Title: East Coast advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00431
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 29, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00431
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS John It. AValUer AS Co., Ot or(-
C, II. Knappo, manager

I And Topics' of General Interest. Carries a full line of Clothing, Gents ,,'e are showing, this Benson, the largest 3'01l1(1e.1 a Suit of Clothes: or an When you oomo to Tltimvlllo, the fIrst Fred Storry, of Hot Springs, Va., manager

Furnishing (Good, Boots, Shuns, Hats, line of up-to date Overcoats for extra coat. or pair of trousers( remember place you want to bead for Is the TUus. of tho Royal! poinciana and The

Reading notice ads are ten cent Caps, Underwear l Shirts, etc. ; Trunks, both :Men and Hoys that was ever before that wo carry the largest and most select villa Furniture Co., the only up-to-date Breakers, at Palm Beach, recently
:Jr Umbl'clh"OM8\ Suit Cases, etc. stock the Indian lllver. Furniture store in (the city. passed through Tltusvllle with his family
this on
line on page. shown In Tltusvllle-tlio finest coat
THE ADVOCATE, Also Diy Goods, :Millinery: Notions, and prettiest patterns: you ever saw. Also complete and up to-datu line Prices right, terms\ e<>sy; cash, or on and several friends, on route south from

Furniture, etc. of Gents, Furnishings Shoes Hats Etc. time Hot Springs, Va. They tmvelod In the
annum, in advance Prices, $:3.00) to *2000. ,
$1.50 per A flrst-clnss Dressmaking establish Baby carriages and Go-Carts a specialty private car Signet Mr Storry, with his
.i:; six months, You should see those C'ravenettcs. ; When It come to Dry Goods( Notions:: ,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. ment attached to this store. they are winners al if 13; 01)) mot $.h),00. Etc,, wo always carry the latest design! from $1 01) up. force, ar.o: working/ like Trojans, preparing
the ADVOCATE JOHN R. WALKER A CO., and II. K OXNRII: : Tltusvllle. the !Royal l'oIIlCIIIllfor: opening,
When you subscribe for Call In and look through( our lines patterns
by the year It does not cost you run r.AII'IDlller< sroitic.Tltuevllle We can please you. JlTI.H'S ICl.lNK: which will be JI\Ollllryl1th.

three cents per week, postage included. Florida Mall orders a spvcialy., Tit'"191\10\ Kl.i. MASONIC INSTALLATION Col. H. K. \Dick(, former manager of

date of expiration printed upon tho Hotel anti Dr. J. M.!
Mote See our largo display nil. on 8th page/ Tampa\ Bay: ,
your paper or wrapper every week. Thl -MUs Mamie Holmes, of City Point, -Mr. W. N. Hendry( was up from On Wednesday nftornoon, about:1:>, Munyon, It Is reported, aro contemplating -
Is receipt for your money. No need was in town this week, spending a dIY, PKNJTICY & BIIANNI.NG, Fort Tierce, spending< the holidays< with those members of Indian River Lolgo: thu erection fit a hotel at Pain Beach

for us to send receipt for subscription or HO with Miss Grace Rood The Up-to-date Clothleis, :Mrs. JU'tnlry and relatives In TltiiHvlllo.Mr. No. I'O' F. .ft A. 3\I.\ who ware recently to cost $.'OOOtxl), while the Jacksonville .
The date gives I it to you. : Men's and Boys' Furnishers, ,
Fresh lots of Nichols' CRUSHED OATS elected and. appointed to till otllues for that these have
for sale at the Red Titnsville, Fla.Following -: J. T. Knox, of New Smyrna, Metropolis says parties I
ADVOCATES just received at Wagoner & Co.'II. spent Christmas' Day Iu Tltusvllle. with the year IDiNI, wero publicly Installed secured an option on the old St. James ,

Cross Pharmacy, TltunllIe.lIII's. blaster Rufus Robblna nnd Miss / our usual custom since Masons, :Messrs. E. E, and J. T. Kuox, Jr. the now Masonic ball, Tttusvlllo. Bro Hotel lot In Jacksonville, and the indication \- I
Winnie Oxner, of Wlllocoochee, II. R. Wilson al'Ie.II10lltllllh'K officerand , point that they will erect a hotel i
Louise Uiown of Rollins College Winter the Inauguration of the EAST COAST .
of Tltusvlllo
-Mrs. C. S. Schuyler, formerly .
Bro. A, A. Stewart marshal
her son, :Mr. II to
In is
Ga., is town, ; there. If there any.dispute as
Park have been the Christmas hard-workec
spending ADVOCATK, we gave our but now of Jensen Is expected II
Installed to
The following were servo
of Titusville. / which will have the hotel let
E, Oxner, place ,
holidays In Titusville employees holiday on Christmas Day. here next week, to visit her friend, Mrs. for the ensuing year':
I thorn come to TItusville and put up a
all sizes
BOYS' OVERCOATS, very CALL AT ONCE and see tl-oso Uojs WANTED, by January' 1 11th> two experienced S. N. OUdwIn.OOINCJ Fred A Morgan, Worshipful Mauler..loli paint I al hostelry.Manager .

latest styles, at Penney & Branning's.Master Ovorcuuts at Penney & 1)ruuning's.They hands. to clip and pnck oranges AT A SACRIFICE, nil our New 11 N. Waller, Senior Warden. I
!I'hlllp W. Roberts, Junior Warden.G. O. D. of the famous
tfenvoy, 1
Andrew Rice left last Saturday are wlnneis. Address Samuel W. Greene Ml ceo
Year's Presents. Call and see them
F. Duron, Trennuror.
hotel Flu. whose ad.
for Jacksonville, where he spent the -The T. & M. engine for the J.ollllanlDOlLe Fla. without delay, at the Hell Cross Plmrmacy J. L. Can ut hers. Secretary Magnolia Springs ,
found 4th has leased
holidays with relatives, and enjoyed the Arthur D. Penney, Senior Doaann.) will bo on our page, I
Co., Tllusvillo, has ailived, und -Miss Charlotte Palmer of New York, Tltusvlllo, Fla.: of his to former
largo a
of the Percy 0. Walton, Junior Doaoon one cottages
sights city. will soon be I Installed I iu the recently regular\!' winter visitor to Tltusvllle for -If you have any houses or room. to Chas I II. Walton, Mentor Steward Professor of tho celebrated Hill School 1
Assorted JAMS Sunbeam CORN; one built launch which will bo UHod for demonstrating arrived here, Tuesday M. S. SUIHH, Junior Steward.
many years, on rent, send us your nd. at once, as we are at Pottstown, Pa.: who will open a

of the highest grades on the marketat purposes night, to spend the winter among her I getting a number of letters from North. John Fred< A.R. Losley Walker! ,,Tyler Chnplaln.. : school at Magnolia Springs, Fla., says an

Wagoner & Co.'s, Titusvllle. DR. F. II. HOUGH ION Is still attend many friends. ern people, asking for particulars of The name evening> an ADVOCATH reporter AI>VOOATK eorrospondont By havinga

-Miss I.enaendel, of Daytona, came ing to business at the Indian River HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE LOVELYNew houses and rooms along the East Coast noted that Bros. E. K. Rollins winter school at this .place It will give

down to spend the Christmas holidays Hotel wharf, Titusvllle. See him before Year's presents at the Red! Cross -!Mr. Julius Gutermuth, of the firm and C. H. Stewart were brought forwardto families" who have sons, an opportunityto

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mendel. bo leavus. i'harmacyTitusville f You certainly of Rloou & Outurmtith, of Grunt aDd tako their Hooond degree In Masonry;; take a winter's outing, nod yet have

Mr. Mendel has been quite sick, but we -Dr. F. A. Wulter, of Wayne..>llle, should get one of them for your wifeor \Vawn, spent Christmas Tltusvllle, beIng and although the gout" was a little frisky their boys at school under competent

are pleased to know be Is Improving. N. V", Ill'll Ived in Titusvllle last week, on best girl the guest of Mr, and Mrs. T. N. the; candidates for Masonic honor: Ml
IF YOU WANT ANY CLOTHING, rL visit to Lila graLdsou, Mr Louis Alexander -Mr. W. W. 'rruex, of Mulberry, Fla., Decker. Mr, Gutermuth says Ills firm ,themselves proud" In their strenuous Hopkins. This school should be an.

Kline undoubtedly carries the best and wife. Mis. Walter has been was among the callers at this ollloo on has recently purchased the Huh business; efforts to reach the followerft goal, and acquisition' to Magnolia Springs, and

and largest stock In town. here for the past three weeks Wednesday He was on his\ way to Miami of E. J. Uicmi A Co., at Jensen came, out of the fray with easy honors.A whengenorally known, will prove beneficial -
to the hotel,as there aro many famIlli -
Mrs. F. IT. I lough ton, of Wester- -Dr. J. M. Dixon former to attend the State Teachers' Convention ,
a prominent s who ""oul.lllke'to oome South, but
ville, Ohio, arrived In Titusvllle on Fri- resident of 1'itus'viile, but now of do not like to leave their sous at home;

day night/ last, and next day 1>1'. and Jacksonville, arrived in town on Wednesday A new shipment just received of lIar. Ethul Illcksou entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Morris, who weremarl I neither do they wish to take them out of'

Mrs. Hougbton left for Melbourne to and was. heartily greeted by old lame Imperial and Breakfast Dell quite ltd Thursday evening December school ; but lit l\I j.tnolhSprlngll, under
on ,
number of her friend Wednesday /
spend Christmas with friends. They returned rlends. He left, next day, for City Coffees at Wauoncr & C.o's.Messrs. a young on the present. arrangements, they can continue -
evening, at the home of her 21st, by the Rev, II. F. Hlckaon, at the
to Titusville on Christmas Day. Point, on a visit to his mother parents their studios and enjoy tho saluLirlous -
Stockton and Fearing, of on Washington avenue. The house First Methodist\ church, Jessup, (ha., ar
AX ATTRACTIVE 1000( CALENDARto PENNEY & BRANNIXG have just. re- Boston, who have been enjoying the was decorated with Clulstnins ever- I'lvoliin Tltusvlllo, Friday lust, on a visit air of the youth At present,

any address, Post Paid.< Write us. celved a largo shipment of Boys' Over. duck shooting on the Canaveral Club greens and presented .a cheerful greet' to Mr. end Mrs. H. E. Oxner, of Palm Manager\ Saavey U. painting his hotel

The First National Bank, Miami, Fla. coats. Call and see them grounds. left for home on Tuesday. Col. leg, and all the young folks came to enjoy street, Tltusvllle, where they received. and giving It a thorough/ cleaning, preparatory -

Capital, $l 0,000.( ) Surplus $12,500. Horton Is l still at the Clubhouse, and Is themselves' entered Into the serenade. The bride and groom left hero to the opening on January 17.
Four per cent paid on Savings. 2m -Mr. and Mrs Fred Pfellter have aI'I'lved said to be making big bags of duck. that were played with on Sunday, for Savannah, where they lie l Is also changing the steam plant, and
Francisco and many /games
from /San: Cal., are will have three gasoluuu launches' In
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbing and touch spirit., Delicious refreshments will make their future home
located at The Holland. Mr.\ Pfelffer Is Widow, without liicumhruoce, wishes \ commission. during the season.
Master George Bobbins left 'here, Sat an experienced journalist, and expects position as housekeeper to widower or were served, and ono and nil declared -- ---- --

urday last, for Point Caswell, N. C., to to spend the season In West-Palm Beach, hotel; or will care for Invalid. Itefer they had enjoyed themselves, end that NEW YEAR'S BALL TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS.

spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. probably taking up special work.-Trop- ncos.-Address, I.. M\ B., Cocoa, Fla. Miss( Ethel was a capital hostess -

Robblns' patents Capt. and Mrs. R. P. cal Sun. A !grand ball will be given In the TI. The following hotels nnd boardinghouses
-The Sun Bros. Railroad< Shows were
i'addison-and to attend the wedding of ST. AUGUSTINE. iiisvllle Opora house. next Monday even the East: Coast
along are now
WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU AUK In Titusville yesterday, and two
Miss Annie Paddison, which took placeon gave lug, January 1st. Do not fall to attend, will be their ail,,
open, as seen by on our4th
for Iu the of creditable entertainments In the
looking one
Wednesday at Caswell Presbyterian way a pretty pre- Mr. and Mrs.\ Henry M. Flagler/ and a ,, as this. promises to be one of the most and 7th
sent for New Year. Call and see all afternoon and one In the evening. The pages:
church. party of lelatlvos, spent Christmas In St. enjoyable dances of the season ; Jacksonville-
the lovely articles at the weather was wet and disagreeable, and .1'.1'AuJtDlltine. ,
In the rotunda of the Ponce Hotel Windsor.
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS. We are Red Cross Pharmacy Titusvllle.Last prevented a great many town and suburban -
do Leon, they had a handsome Christmas furnished' HOIIHCH For' ]tent. The Westmoreland.
now receiving one of the most pretty, people from attending. New
week, 1>1'. William Rolfe, the tree, brilliantly Illuminated with a -
up-to-date line of goods for Christmas
Shakespearian scholar and author,passed VE HAVE: SOME BEAUTIFUL PKE- myriad of electric lights, and numerous Two Furnished Homes for Rent to Magnolia Spring*.-
presents you ever saw on the East Magnolia; Springs hotel.
artIcles his 78th! birthday at his home, 405; Broadway sents for New Year Call and see presents for their friends who were thereto winter tenants: Those houses have, respectively -
Coast. They are auperb-looking St. Augustine.
so do not send away for anything Cambridge, Mass., and was helping them at the Red! Cross Pharmacy, TI. ; enjoy the pleasure. seven rooms and four rooms. The Alcazar.

for we have just what you want. Re- its small granddaughter, Josephine tu vllle. For particulars, address, Hotel Ht. George.
Jefferson Rolfo, to celebrate the 7th anniversary DANCING IN TITUSVILLE. J. U. WAr.KKB. Florida. HouHfl.
member, some of these articles are -Mr. H. C. Sparkman, editor and proprietor Granada Hotel.
of her birth. The little Fla.
now on view. Call and see them at girls of the Zolfo Advertiser, joined Tltusvlllo. _
l the groat-granddaughter/ of the late The dance In the Opera house, Tlusvllle : Day ton
Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvtlle. his wife and baby In Titusville, on Saturday Daytona lions,.
Joseph Jefferson, the veteran actor, of to take In the Christmas festivities on Wednesday night, was well Furnished Cottage For Kent. The Cleveland
-Mr. J. R. Bradley, of Palm Beach, Palm Beach and Buzzards Bay. attended, and was kept up until after 8cibreo/.o
and visit Mrs. Sparkman's mother, Mrs. :
has been hunting In Africa, and the Kate Myers at the Alpine Cottage. midnight. Dancing seems to be very A roomed Furnished Cottage,; on Tho Colonndoa. '

African Standard, of- Mombasa\ says: Oranjje,nnd Grapefruit Wrap*h 1\1 Ir. Sparkman, left for Zolfo on Tuesday. popular In TltuavllleFurnished river front, for rent. Tho Cllrenrlon.'I', .. '
"J. R. Bradley, of Florida! has returned Apply to Box 75, Daytona Beach- ..

to America, after a successful We have a large; stock of orange and May You Koom! To Kent. 17.3 Kockimlee. Via. Seaside Ion. ,".:

shoot In this country. Mr. Bradley, wbo grapefruit wraps, extra fine quality Lone liny house Inn. ,
left by the Burgeraelater, has secured The grapefruit wraps are extra heavy. One and All have a Happy and Prose Large Furnished Betl-room. for Kent AMONG THE HOTELSThe White .' )'i

some splendid trophies and Is taking It pays to buy good wrapping paper. porous New Year.Souvenir on the Wm. M. Merwin place at Rock- Tltusvllle-Sembler 1'eaoock Cottago.House 'I,

away a very .fine collection of photo- EAST COAST LUMDEK Jc SUPPLY Co. Card. of TltusvllU edge; opporlte! New Rookledga hotel. ADVOCJATK I I" on file at all tle Merrltt ,:-
for sale.
Apply to Box: 73.
graphs. best hotels In New York city. River View Hotel ,r
7-3 nook Fla.
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for' Painting, Paperhanging, CHAS. A. GARD.TEK, TrruaviLi. FLA. Melbourne-Hotel <;arlet in. "
Sailboat Wanted. Where to stop along the East Coast Hotel Ilellevlow. I .." "1 1

Kalaomlnlng and General Repair Work, Went TltiiMvlIle Property Fla., See list of hotel and boarding houses Miami.- i

Wanted to purchase, cheap, for cash, at reasonable prices, write Things You Need. .For Sale. on 7th pages. The Gautler. to>.

a good Cruising Sailboat, well found and S. W. M., Box lId: -
in good condition ; about 2ft.: to 30ft. Titusville, Fla. We always carry a Full 1.lno"f the Fine residence and tract of land, con Northern lady would like a position In Furnished Cottage For Kent.

over all. To be delivered about January celebrated Keen Kutter Tools. tatting :21 acres, part of which Is a Fine I the South, lor the winter season, as

lath) at any point between Titusville and .Machine. Jobn Lucas Paints In all shades, tints CHANGE OKOVE. The RESIDENCEs Pianist; orchestra or without. Address, Highland Park Cottages: at Eau Gallle
Victor Talking
Fort Pierce. Address, naming lowest and colors. new an.llo perfect condition throughut. / Box 2-1, Rockle
cask price and giving full particulars, I Before buying a talking machine, seethe Oil Heaters. The only perfect Oil Residence contains eleven rooms, Take note of The Gamier hotel ad. on fishing, boating and hunting, short dl.

"Cash," p. O. box, :330, New York. Victor Talking Machine; prices from Lleater made Is the Perfection; it will exclusive of Bath room and Pantry and our 4lli page. This bmiM Is managed tames to Ocean Beach all\ new and nicely

22.00 to 10000. Record, 35cts, COcts, not smoke or smell. When you get this China Closet. Hot and cold'water U by Mrs. J. N. Feaster, formerly Tltus- furnished, 4-5 and T rooms eacb. Photo

Walker Hardware Co. and $1.00, each. The Red Cross Pharmacy Heater you will not have the trouble bath room, kitchen and pantry. Bathroom yule, and we bespeak for bar a share of and full particulars on application.

Titusville Is agent for this, you have been used to. Price, $..... ) has sanitary closet; Laundry has public patronage. Wet K. Ror.scu.tf .

We carry a full line of Shelf Hardware the beat talking machine on the market. each. sanitary closet and water facilities. Eau Oallle\ Pb,.
JAS. PiUTCir O.t 501f.Tltanllle Manager J. V.Jordan, of Hotel Indian
and almost everything else In our line.( I Water, good and plentiful.
Fla. Liver, has arrlyed at ICockledge/ from Winter Home For Sale.
We Barn, 24ft.x30ft., new and up-to-date<<
are making a special run on our Orange Grove For Sale. I
few York and Is
now working a'rojsn
Stove If In need of a cooking stove, In all Its arrangements. Carriage/ house
Fruit nnd Vegetable putting his hotel In first-clans For sale, a beautiful winter home situated -
gasolene: range, oil stove or heaters of At Gomez, Fla., containing twent- ,. adjoining barn. Water In barn. to the at Lotus, Merrills Island, Fla.; 23
shape .
preparatory opening.The
any kind, be sure to call and examine acres, with about ten acres in fruit trees, Hhl' pad to Marx Brothers, corner of Large Chicken House, cement door, acres,broom bouse,good dock nod break

our fine stock before buying elsawbere. principally grapefruit and tangerines; Bay and Julia street, Jacksonville: Iso supplied with water. Clarendon, Seabreeze, U one of water; orange, grapefruit, tangerine,

We have the prettiest lot of Toilet just commencing to bear. Front proof. Fla., always bring good results. Their ,I Grounds snrronndlng house, under the large and up-to date hotels of the king and kumquat tree, In bearing. One
Sets China acilltles for handling Pineapples, Grap good cultivation. Shrubbery eto. East Coast. It Is fitted with all modern I
and Glassware, Includingthe las this year 000 to TOO boxes of fruit.'ery of the .best locations on the Indian River. ,
latest and prettiest China and Glass rich and floe "ardensoU. For particulars fruit Oranges and Early Vegetables cannot To be seen to be appreciated.A onvenlences and Is elegantly furnished 00ft. of river front ou both Indian and .

Articles, Ornaments Fancy Dishes, Etc. address, be surpassed. This Is one of the very decided bargain for somebody. hrougnout. As will .b. seen by the ad. Banana rivers

WALKER HARDWARE Cb.Tltusville T. A. SXIDKB, oldest and most reliable homes In this CrUM. T. McCoy on our 4th page, this fine hotel Is now Address, Box F., "

Fla. Hobo Sound, Fla. tate. Try them. w TltasTlll/ ;Fla. pen and ready to receive guests. Dr. 16.U Cocoa, Fla.


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Free and of Boston, wh> come south to hunt ev- FOOD EXPERIMENTS. i shall organize two separte squads, Standard Electric
ery winter. one of which: will be fed for several Company
Masons. months such time nn It may require
AccePted The cool, refreshing, health-Riving, I
for the test on strictly fresh products,
ozone-laden breezes wafted nemos from How Dr. Wiley Will Test I while the other wilt dine eacb day on Jacksonville Florida.

tbe Alhiniio Ocean and i lie frond bay Cold Products. cold storage foods. We believe that ,

radian ;-- No. gO are one of the most eojoynble' feature Storage at the end of certain period we can -.-

% of this phenomenal location. I tell which squad has shown the great.

River TltmwIlU, There Is a large area of primeval for JURY OF EPICURES TO BE CHOSENIn I est gaIn In health and flesh and which ,r FRED E. GILMEUT:

Lodge Florida. eat and prairie land beyond the northern, I has shown a decline. ,
bunndaiies of TI- "In various other ways we will test 0
Holds IM meptiiiKO the second l and fourth Wed southern and western
nemlny of each luonih, InthulnuwnloTeniple tusvllle, awaiting tbe advent\ of the Determining Itelull N..trlth.1 cold storage methods and product '-.ELutomobilos--: : :
Titus rtlla, at 7:30 o'clock p. ,u. Vnlneu of Free, and Cold Storage with a view to determining the length ---
M. R.Same, Worshipful' Master thrifty settlor to till the fertile Holl. of time It N sate to keep food prod-
State '
'VlnuilK Agent lm
F. A. Mornnn Snnlor Wanton.K. nbnundK ID Here cut the Thief of the Uurpnu oXCliviuUtry
.. Warden. which now /game. nets Ic,'." I
Junior on
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J. M.lltxon'rreesorer.LL.Carnrthors be found quail, turkey and deer l hooting Blunt lurlle Men With : OLDS::!, AUTOCAHS and Flu( 1\.,
Hurretary.. Cultivated ralutt-M to He III.* Gue.<> .
J. 11.Walker, senior IJnauon. to suit the most ardent huntsman.Tltusville Ituil IloniU 1)1,1t. 'MOl'OIt BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGINES
M. K. HnirllnU: Junior IMiuion.O. has shelled streets, electric aDlraerMay IJ.* Two Squad A frrrtrr lad so we've been told
H, Walton, Swnliir Btwwanl. With! u team of horses strong U-I: keep the largest stock lu the South .
A. A. Httiwurt, Junior Htowanl. lights, tellable bank, several line bile! hit with huavv load Horns Write
Chaplain. llavlug completed experiments Drove down tho road a rUtlerieti> Culls D.tnsaios, Lamps, or call i 1"1 i iPi
M.A. A.1> HMwart I'i'iiniw,Tylur stoles, a Board of Trade, five white iii food adulterntiou, lr. Harvey ,y. While slnifinrf his merry sons tens. Mull ciders receive prompt attention.
Aotfnic Tvlnr. Hut his mirth In song was not DO long.
J.Win.l> 11.Knnla; McFurlniul, Murxli.il. churches, large flnheilen, a tanning ex Wiley, chief of the bureau of ..hem),- For his horses gave n leapt: 37- West Poisyth /Street JACKISON:'; \ 11 I |1.1 i \1'1\ t

tract and 1 palmetto Illue factory, an ice try of the department of agriculture, As ho run amuck In the mud he stuck 11t -- -- -- -- ,- .....,
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OKOKK OK EASTERN: !STAItiFrlanilxhlp factory, law and real estate ollieus, mi will luaiiKurjtu n new and Interesting HAD ROADS DID IT.

Chapter No. II, helix Its mootlnir opuia bonne, a wcll-orgaulzed band, nn series of tests, with a view! to solving THE VEHICLE & HARNESS C(),
Ant a wheelman gay" went out one clayFor
In .. etohnmonrhatS'00p armory, shooting club, large) and comfort certall1lu1pol.tnut but U4 yet unanswered
tint and third lTiaedayanIn. a Joyful, merry spin. Corner l'olsyt1aUlI Cedar Sts.
in. The following are the ollleors of the. able horel/overlookltig the bay, bo problems lu cold storage; says the With the weather bright lila heart walUht .
JACKSONVILLE 1'Lutliil\! .
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) Chapter: sides a number ot boarding houses In Washington I'ost.
All tie loft tho country Inn.
Mrs. fl It.. M.Walker.llfitiMiiN W., Vf.I'. M. various parts of the town. "I would like to have It understood" But he went not far when ho felt a Jar
stock ot . ,
Miss Catharine Hnini, mwtiitfl M. The facto as pieHcnte! should have a bo said< recently, "that I am not at- Wlilih started his troubles and cares Our
Mine Kate Stewart. Conduct,rims.MlM .- lie was laid up Ill, while the doctor's bill BUGGIES CARRIAGES
J,....BO| joInnI", AiiHocliita Con. tendency to liirct the attention of many tacking cold storage nor seeking to Came In with the ono for repairs WAGONS, ,

Mre.It.It.!HIH. /Aiiillo, WilHim Htewarc, -nitary.TreHMiirer. prospective visitors to our covey town, In condemn cold storugo products. Cold BAD ROADS DID IT. I SUKKEi'S, TRAPS: ROAD CARTS

III..... F. A. Morgan, Until.Mr making/ their plans for the winter. storage It a great benefit to humanity. In an automobile of wood and steel IIAUN'ESSADDLES::! ETC., ETC, ET( '.

!Mr*..,M.I. )A.t. walker HrrliiiKiHMir Ailn,,Martini.Bint. Wo have a fine Masonic Hall la Titus but connected with the problem of cold A millionaire prim and neat

It .J. Kllno Kit' ..r. villa whole Indian River Lodge No. DOV. storage are many questions that nen'l'bave Went out for n ride by the river's ulilo -IS NOW COMPLETE-
ii Mre.Jl.Hnme,1I.ctra.Chae. In u style that was hard to bent.
II. Walton. Wanler.J. . & A. M., Indian River! Chapter, Ho.y. been settled satisfactorily, and But alas he found that the broken
Carruthur", Puntliittl.. al Arch Masons, I'.rlendHhlp ;h"plor No to that end we were authorized by the ground :Jjy;: Call on us and you will find our prices will please you.
And the ruts and the hole ko groat
geo'at.RoIbinn chaplain. lust congress to undertake a series of .
U, Order of Eastern Star: ; and Tltusvlllo ITrul manned a wheel' of bin. automobile -
experiments with a view to settling
What he nnld 1 we cannot relate.BAD .
Camp No. Ill, Woodmen of the Woildmeet definitely the questions of which I ROADS DID IT. : + 3 P3 i3 aa, E EesEtl tbris
h lugtiUrly. speak und which I shall presently de VJoooe-il ?
The EAST COABT ADVOCATE Is pub. scribe. Thus far I'have had much But we'ro triad to nay there shines a ray PL.A..N'TIN"CI );
o >t, nr so ot hope thnt will right this wrong. >c>: :m s FC>E1. -.
it I hushed every Friday morning, and by a work on my hands with the European ,, When In every state they will legislateTo

glance tlirouuh its advertising culumtiH whisky ale, wine and brandy tents, the help the Rood road along :

you ,can easily nee who ate the piomln salicylic acid and other tots, that I rho man never with ngnln Ills Kt wheel the or I bluen; automobileWill Turnips-and Hul,,' Uagall.I .

ent merchants of our I.own-men who have bad no time to devote to the mut And the farmer smllos when trallngmiles I I r; Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. .1..1.I

ale up-to-date citizens and who are, allk. ter. I Cabbage-bent varieties for Florida Beans.
IK fit to
.Now that these problems are off my On a road that tine. '
I 1ng for your patronage./ Read the ale on GOOD ROADS WILL DO IT. Seed Potatoes-for fall\, No. 4 ROHO and Triumph.
hands, I shall investigateold storageproblems. (
-Harry Ellard In Cincinnati Commercial '' Stock and Foods i'rl.au. .
International ;
every |pogo very carefully. For those tests: congress bus Tribune. Poultry Supplies- Poultry ,

month Meets at every 7&0: Hritunil p. ,ni., tlilril Hlurp;;Momlav.lit the ManniloTouiplu. In oath Cample copies of the ADVOOATR will made no special, provision, the cost of r I I'

be sent, free, to any part of CanatU and the experiments coming out of the general Orchid BntterflloK. Among Violet O.A.1.v.IEE1..C::: : : >N". Sooc3.sxaa.fiia: : : J
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Consul Coininandor A '>.1'''''"'',
AdvlHor Lieutenant.. ... . .. J.K.'Vuker, he United !States upon\ application iipproprlutlon for the department. It appears that the popular bouque 1 1 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
t Hunker. ..... ... .. ... .. .W. H.Walker I'' Congress ought to grant to us an appropriation of violets which has been n great con t
" Knoort... .... .... .... .. ..... ri L.ManIavhleClerk i
....... ... "".. .. ..... ..1 I, CurriHlmrWatchnmn < OYSTER SHELL ROADS. large enough to erect and veulence to those who do not know B3 ee3+ 3ree e4.'a173 fre f.3 3Y+ ,
. I ... ... .. .... .. .,.... J.N WallerSentry. equip u cold storage plant of our own what to order in the way of floral of. ..

I ...... ... .. ". . J.D.hnnlRDirectors wU""n: When Properly Unlit They: Are Goo. -not a large one; of course, but of ferlngt, Is to take to Itself added honor -- -
R.It Fyloe and jT.P In All Snona. sufficient slzo to facilitate our 'experiments. this fall. Florist: are setting fort! Cor I
CampIMiywIclan. ... .... . . .... E... .ltolllllll :
On the Eastern Shore of Maryland, I should like to make u scrletof bunches of these modest flowers with
All vlHltlng Woodmen ore normally Invited to
attend' the meeting as It 1s termed-the section between! tests with various frozen foods on a three purple orchids almost Imbedded

Chesapeake buy and the Atlantic ocean larger scale than I am able to do at among them. The orchids are said to Your: .. .ttten.tion. :E1.ease :

-the soil Is principally a sandy loam present, for us the case Btuuda we are look like enormous butterflies pinned

THt with hero and there some clay, and obliged to get our cold storage products as prisoners Into the violets, their dell. Wo sell Groceries at WHOLESALEPrices

I about the only material at hand. of from plant that are owned privately. cute wings fluttering above the round you

which a roadbed can be constructed l lathe "Ono of the chief things I desire to nosegay. Write for our Price List, Great

TUtsar FA shell of the oyster, sayd the, New test is bow long various kinds of ,
rnt r U FSSF U York Tribune. As Is well known, these meats, flush eggs; fruits and vegetables 9
bivalves are found In Immense quantities can be kept lu cold storage without rf ; money

In nearly nil of the rivers and deterioration or becoming unwhole tiMftiEffl1

bays which form n network of waterways some Fowls" of all kinds-chickens, [
In this part of the state. If laid turkeys, ducks, geese, quail and grouse w The Enterprise Grocery

I If upon the highway to a suillclent depth -are much better If allowed to 'ripen' ,

and tho bed properly graded to afford a little before eatlug. They should be
17 1 Bridge St.
adequate drainage, the shell binds itself bung up somewhere until the meat hasa
Into a concrete mass which possesses chance to become tender and Hoason- .Ts>LClr::+lonville, IT'loridn.

remarkable firumcHS and over ed. Fish should! be cooked when taken --
-- -'" -- -
which heavy loads can be drawn on from the water Thus some classes.

wide tired wagons with comparatively of food ought to Improve by remainIng <& O'Hara
little Injury to the surface.An n certain length of time lu cold tipi Hodges ,

f Illustration of the endurance of storage, while In others deteriorations ...Sliinufaoturers and Dealers In...
tho shell road Is found In the vicinity apt to set in If kept! too long on ice.

I''II' "1 shall text first the nutritive nod, i Then you know Rough CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
' gustatory properties) of cold storage \

foods by taste. I shall select u jury LucasPaints Urosstd
It TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA of men who are used to good living Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Sbinplco etc.
who and whom I Mills and offico located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. VVilteus for prices delivered
! men to any part of thin /Stute. Address: llodgea\; 0'Jlara, HulTalo Bluff Fla.
know will help me. Practical jokers

A Favorite Spot In a Favored 'a &41it and persons: disposed to make sport of -
my experiments I will not have. I i( (Tinted Ghost) IF YOU WANT A...
Sacton Tha East
Famous r shall have a kitchen rigged up and on 1 If you paint houses with-
I Coast of Florida. },_ ,* certain days will nerve meals consIst
.1 rr out them there are surely
__ lug, of freshly laid egos and cold storage -
chickens that have been killed Some thing about them you Lot.or
! iIm > eggs,
} f. ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER, g.; x.. I only n few hour and chickens that ought to know. They are ...Building| ,

nave boon In cold storage for sometime I, economical in first cost and
jl ; also fresh and cold storage milk, 4 last cost. The prices are
Ij Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise fish, oysters, steaks, game and vegeta r K a lot with a BUILDING: READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
right and the paints cover,
t Down this Far-famed River. bles. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
1'1\ Fine Fishing. and Hunting "These will not be served ou one day, look: and wear to beat any PLANTATIONar TRUCK (iAKDEN) 1.We 1.
" but the menu varied. The cold storage other paint ever made. Thereare PINEAPPLE

The town of Tltusvlllo Is situated/ on anti fresh food products when other reasons too. probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

I i the Florida East Const Hallway 154 cooked will be placed on the table In ''t Ask dealer. Settlers are' flocking In but still there Is room. If t"""I' nose
ll I miles south of Jacksonville, 115: miles separate plates. and the jury called Into your

i north of Palm Beach, and 212 miles north SHXII ROAD IX MARTLAKD. dine. The members will be Invitedto John Lucas & Co looking this way, drop a line to

of Miami. The Tltiiavlllu branch uf the of Baltimore, for to the noutli and cast select which are the fresh and which PhiladelphiaSohlby JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Previd''nl.. <

defunct Jacksonville, Tainpn & Key of the city arc over fifty miles of this are tho cold storage products, to determine -
what difference if FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
West ]Hallroiul, blOW controlled by the kind of construction on rends which first just
i exists In the various products. F LaNflJL .
Florid East Count Hallway\ Co., also are In continual use, as they reach the any Jus lritclinr l A ROil.'rU"'lIle ST. ATJGrTJSTINE.
"Other will be carried
runs into the town-thf* balng the tel'mlnlll largo vegetable farms which He adjacent experiments 1'la.;
w decide that It Is safe.
and If
on_ ,, we .
and Its
'a to the shore of the bay
point of that branch. There are of __u ._ __ p- _
tributaries. Most of product --
several trains arriving daily: from Jack'
these farms Is carried to the city lu

I I :, sonvlllo As the and county Sanford Meat durlujr of Urovard the county.HUIISOM. uul wagons three, some tour,of;yet which the highways transport, two canto Mallory LinesSPECIAL P l Plt ll llLife @

1 I. .
It ball a court-hoime and modern jail used at nil seasons of tile year, and

/I': building, with rarely over two or three even when the frost Is working out of

::/ Inmates. The population Is over 1,000.( the ground In the spring they are In often seems too long to the woman'who .<\\:1-:

Illness so rare, that ono doctor In town almost us good condition as during the PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS fers from 'painful periods. The eternal beam *.-
iI' It mutt be said, however, '
dry RcaHon
finds ample time to act as Justice of tlio down headache nervousnr-s,
that they lire aerloualy neglected, and backache, leucorrhea,
'I Peace and :Notary Public, besides attend on the coast
:: ing to Ms tnedloal practice, while the repairs may not lie made to the surface largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger dizziness griping, cramps and similar tortures air

other ads time to hunting. for four or five years. Conaequpntly -NO OVERCROWDING- dreadful. To make life worth living take
become rather but
Hero Is the head of the MDAPTANT STATEROOMS ARE
virtually seldom finds a hole whore the sur I
I one .Hll Ulllnll 1 exceed the number berths
tickets will be sold to ,
" Indian River, aud the favorite point for face him boon broken through ships, as no

ilttlng out and starting of numerous The same la true of the Eastern or the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus Insuring: all passengers Indivldua 'ine.of@rdujWoman's

cruising& parties during our balmy winter Shore, where sufficient: shell has been service and attention. _ _ ?._ "

months; as everything necessary: to com' laid down and the problem of good LEAVE: JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.
roads In Maryland so far as this section ,
fortably equip a pleasure yacht" can: here Florida Times-Union
of Ships In )
Is concerned, would seem to be
be obtained nt the most reasonable pri Relief
solved by the application of .shell although -
ces. Thin U evidenced by the fact! that I a short section of highway baa LOWEST:: JU TETP: NEW YORK AN D ALL POINTS NORTH,

the same parties havo been coming here I been made out of furnace slug which Including: dellghltul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the It quickly relieves Inflammation, purifies and enriches

annually for many: winters for that pur- has given excellent. satisfaction. FAMOUS[ "SEA ISLANDS." the blood strengthens the constitution and
In to other ,
pose preference any point
Colony of Ttrnt alnte.. full Information residing at permanently cures all diseased conditions from whl.h:
along the Kast Coast. Through tickets sold to all northern points, per
To the south east of Titiisyllle U the Caney Kim. IK to be-the sleet mutes' ructions offered by no other line; diagrams; reservatins, tickets, etc., apply ro weak women suffer. ,
paradise, of whom fifty from Iowa
wide sweep of sale water hay" (About six Missouri and Kansas will soon form a ARTHUR W. PiE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville, Florida. It is matchless, marvelous reliable.At .

miles In width), for mod by the waters of colony under the leadership of Edward __ _. .. __ __ _h_ ____ __ _._ ___ - -- -- - -- - - all druggists' in $1.00 bottles. -
,', the famous Indian River IIere Hahlng chullng: says a special dispatch from u

r wild l duck shooting:, sailing and rowing Zldorndo Ia., to the Chicago Tribune. OFFICEDOES GREATLY,"
1 can be Indulged In to tho heart's con .V form of government will be adopted THE of' :
freely> and frankly: In Mrs. L. E. Clevenger
tent of the most fiuitidiouii Bportmn. similar to that used at such places as manMf per ..
dence telling u!all your N. C., "at my
On the ocean beach, nearly In a direct the Brook farm. A deaf mute town ALL KINDS OF( JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES. troubles. We will send free Tenn."I life, but the first bottle of t*r r-

line east of Tltusville, Is Canaveral Club flourishes In Belgium and It Is from plain sealed envelope). ve me wonderful, relief,and > i 4

urrounded. by over 10,000 acres of land. hU that Schilling got his Idea of formIng dies' Advisory Dept.,The I Letter health thalli I b,1ve
I, the Caney co'ony. The same Idea Medicine Co., Chattanooga, & time."
'Mis property U. owned by some of the JlOLEnIIONEYANDTAR fOImKlDmYWREoJl' .
will lio carried out on the Kansas: prairie < ,
I )r root prominent and wealthy residents us now flourishes In Belgium. ( calidr.al 0..1. ...rcr. a even makes CCe1.;,cy$. Alod C:. dCo CPubS

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Professional: Cards. FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE I:: Feac i diplomacy nd tbe Underworl.l.AlLboiLKli has effected. i lI The Walton\ Mason M. Claris Co.,

= I I worldwide! \ petu-o which given a mirfacproiulne

( 'EO. M. ROBBINS, IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE ANI of lusting, thprt are ouiluou Commission Merchants

DADE COUNTIES signs o( turmoil ami discontent lu tin Self-Locking
ATTORNEY AND older clvllixatloufi of Kurope. Kvery- ; NEW YOHT .
LAND FOR SALE:, St. I.ucle nod Diul" 110 MURRAY:
AT-LAW. counties. Detioilptlon of land : WeiJa : whore there U a ooclal r'elllonI1gnlu8t ''

Will practice In State and United States of noitheaiit lt anti west li; ohuu'h.. class anti capital and timou, Tackle Block

(Court. east V sec. 10, township 3J: range 1)1: ). ;.; smell nationalities rt-nowetl iiaplratlon .
101 :W-I00< aCI.t.'H. lit. I.ueie count.y. Grapefruit Pineapples
for freetlom. Tho Norwegian* Oranges
Office at TITVSVILLE, FLA. Wont !'a of northwest * and nest 'II I.I ,
-- of southwest '.4, see. 35: township .'J::! split oflf from Sweden for social roUtes ,

I GAULDKX ranee; SI), lUll uoios, Si. U.clo county than political reasons. Tlioy! soy thil

t 0 L. Xoitheast *4 osoutheast 4' sec. 3.1 the SwodOH are haughty, nud domineer. AN1) AT.I SOUTllKKX: VEGETABLES OUl SPKCIALTY .
township :a is south 41 cost
ATTO1NTAT.LAWIwill range ; 1ng.'bplI the llu.utfarl.iu; u1IlmIrrecollies 1 1I
close to O. K. Wood's pineapple pint'
I practice In all the Courti of the Stat. tutlon on St. Lucie liver; 40, acre,. I to b*> fought out it will iirni;)'.

at Florida and the United States Courts. Dade county. I tile masses tiKtltiiMt' the I'laswos Thipetty P. Kulilraan & Co.

''i 1. O Box, 238. TITC8VU.LK FLA. Also, the northeast '4 of nortlioai' uatloiii" of tlio Uulkaus mire lit

f.l(, sue. 18, township ;3'i south, rang war ovor race privllpgos. .
41 east; ou south folk of !St.:: I.uct'" :J!tll Washington; St l NKW YORK.
1:4': J. WEBB, river; .10 acres, D.ida county. lu RussIa the grout forces of tin! H3: ;Muirny I Micct.' f X. Y.

1. Apply to W. A. HALL, Stuart, Flu.Keal country are \\Mrrlni!; over IHXUOH whk-1 - -
ATTOnXET-AT-LAW are social aud Uuluatrlal rnUier tlnn

Will practice la the'Courtsof the 7th i:"tute Bar: I.luM. political nnd tile Kliilaiulora nud L'oli"" ,
Taxes' paid for non-resident I I Oranges Pineapplesand
Circuit. are out for coiupleto oi>uration or autononiy. '
and rents and accounts collected. :Nice 8'room cotttge' well ]! In there U n strlk ,
( FLOIUDA. located lu TUiiBvlllcJ\ ( . . . $12i>0 Oil Oertu.iny
TITUSVILLK, 12CI'OM Land and House, lug example of the union between HOclal Florida Fruits Our Specialty.Ve .

part sec In Change Trees, in discontent and practical pnlltlcn.

Kmi lullio . . . . . . . 700 00
\ A D. PENNEY, Tho Socialists ure hostile to the stati \ rnjirosont' several of the largest shippers In your State: and wish to represent
3(1( Land
iicret neatly ;
anti to tho Ualnrr. did tlu-lr .
TTORNEY.A T.LA W Mile Klver FI'OlltI( miles you also. Slvo us a tiial, shIpment Established\ 30 years.
A north of Eat 1: (tallloKM. ) 00 who fire in political power boldly attack

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 20 often River Front atIlardeeville the \policy of the emperor. It

. . . . . . . . .|(IO 00 France there Is for tlio first time In tin m
in all the courts of the 7t! ,
will practice
21 If H. L. GAl'LOKN<: Agent solid
Judicial Circuit. ritiisvlHe Fla. history of that republic II Kroui

of radical Socialist,
nnd their lender! and. drillmaster HEysNER"I
For Male.
JAMES K. ANDREWS, Fine I'roporty
reeeutly dccliiretl that Socialists I

ATTORXEY-AT-T, Two nice cottages adjoining eacl bus no business' In politics! except ti I

other in North Tltinville, with I an nci! hasten the upsettlnK/ of capitalism. Another ,
County Judge of St Lade County. of hammock and five acres of ilch mud spokesman\ of thin dims reeentljoun I

FonT PIEKCK FLA. land, suitable for truck f.um., Uooi <<...U>d French noldlern to strike Ii EJALTIIVIORE IVI I.
: .
front. Tho l.irgnr oottago has
(fl5.t. rf war und jyo home.As I
rooms IIn,11\ servant's room 111' FRUIT & PRODUCE
E.: FOSTER, stairs; uud a parlor. Hitting I : loom dinlni in 1848 there It now all over Eu. I COMMISSION

STEEN room and kitchen below. The adjoiu, rope n spirit of unrest antI discontent' RELIABLE, PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. I .

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW ing cottage ban two Bleeping: rooms alld Unless there should 1 1 be u diplomatic DALTO. MD.1
servant's room In second story, nn HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, ,
Jyal-Upchurch Building, Jax,. and kitchen war to encourage revolution at home
sitting room, dining loom .
ACK80NVlp.F., FLA bolow. Largo, brick cisterns to butt the general peace may not lx, soon dls "._. = _-:,--. -----
houses. Adopted for a nice wlnto' tnrb.1110\ jrovermnents are strongly
: &
home. armed, litit, if they are not IJllro of tho' &
to GKO. M. HonniNs
GENERAL DIRECTORY. fidelity of the Moclallnt troops, may still I
-- ,- Titusvllle, tho storm by granting concesslonn until I M. Lane & Son
IH c lid in o.l to lit the Flmmt Tackle
U. S. SENATORS. Tuk Not the masses !K,'t what they tint-k ,
.Jacksonville Block la IheVn'tiI.. To see It In to busy

J.8. p..r R.Mallury; r-illaferro.. .. . .. ..... .. . ... . .reimaoola out n repetition of the scenes of 1S4S. I it.
One of I he hiindsomes' ,places on Nier.itt II HTKKKT: NEW YOKK.
CONIRESSME.Frank I TliouniiniU, of them In lieu tl-.rouitlioiH 2l,O WASHINGTON\ ,
U. S. "'
Inland known a* "TheVI w\m. the North. H. ,nd li' tliuonl.xl Irontlume
..Lak. City. Thief.A "
Clark Culling n I
.TainimWin. belonging; to MIH. \Kvn.l.; BI1..f New who nun them.Thin .
f H M.:U.Hpiirkman Liiinar. Montlceilo: York is f or n-ile or rent,, furnUhed. A speaker at the recent meeting ol I loud-holding hl<>d< IH m..doln. vuilODH I I. Southern Fruit and Produce

U. 8. LAND OFFICE. ten room cottage with I t Ian tic Ii house, thc Maryland Hankers", I".uelntlollcltl' ,,linicK| and nlxuH, of WOOl/ IRON:

H S. Vliil>l>.ReiclntorW. new laundry. nil nouly )p.iinti-d nni as uu evidence\ of tho relaxation lind. HKOS'XIC.( Will work equally' wall
< Kiililnnou. .. .. throe acres In grovo \uI re. Blair line society I .lih I rope cluiln or w lie rope.
Olllces at la.nosvllle Florida. just spent suveiid linndiud dollars In of moral standards iwrvadlnjf Will woikntuny hol"h'.III.1(18" down, o orc.rxl.1so1oJ.l.:: : : :: eroha.c.: : ts.
tlm I In joif.-ot repair I la tbe general acceptance of the word) ,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Xnpfiluon ; ,putting place | > hoilzontally or at any nnli): till will
H. Ilroward. ,.(4oveinorH. ,. Inn our I ll"wltr liudM, lIe.y bienk wnlei' "grafting" when plain stealing la stop huh lock lit any point.Iiiviilnal.il FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

W.. Clay V. Knntt Crawford.. .. .. .S"oret..rr.nr. ... Treasurer SUito. and boaid walks. all I ruin uid 1 the house winter, melUt.Yb, ovpr the significance! of i ) for. every kind of buHlnom
HO lh.it: any '\ wanting II lovely where block IH needed frequently Kay.
\V. II. Kllli.AttornayOennralAlnnroC. the word graft when It was first Introduced a
Croom,.ComntmllerU.K. : or all'Y"llr.r"n.1 home will do weI H lug the labor of one man or more Stencils, Card and our quotation furnished on application.\
M<-r.ln. .Commissioner Aurlcultnre: out this article nut for lefeience. .,,," Into dally apeecu, everybody I Nothing like I U for hunglng; or utretcli
... ItiHtrui-tlon
I J.Cllffora W. M llollowaj Foster" ...Supt..t'uhlJo.. .. ..Adjutant-General Addr ,-! L. \V. Iif.A.111, !Merrltt, Flu.AppllcAliiMi known now that when n man Is calleda lag wlr....

John Hrailfurtl.. . ... .HurveyorOeneralK. ,. -- "grafter" the speaker moans that be i All blocks fItted with the fanioui
K.Hone. State rhemint.
KriioHC Auinfl .. .. ...!.tate ttxainluurOlllcea > for THY I)ood. Is u thief but to nave appearances or I 'ALTOfVDI1'oN:: HOLLEH UKAUINO. The Ocklawaha Nurseries.
at Tallalinn( Florida. perhaps feelings does not call him so In
Address all coniniunl \tlonn to the
FLORIDA LKOISLATL'UE.V Under Hec 8 nt Chap.. 4MKH, r.nwn of Florida_ blunt English.Originally .
?I. Huilson Miami...... ... .......Henatnr .
.. IS HKIlr'IIV: lIVEN THATVII. the word "graft" wan
C. F. OluiHteail Fort IMerce RepreHentative8UPRKME :NOTlt'E[ I'rltchett. II. K.; Prltrhett abut (I. K Walton Self-Locking Block Co. Do not Hell trees cheaper than they can be had from other nurseries, butthen
until to gained under ,,,
COURT JUDOES.M.H. J'rltuhett oninpdMlnir th"rol of lrltchntlllrothum widely mean money ..
IH a curtain amount of protection for Florida (growers, who want to produce
r TAX ortffU-Ate> 1211iliitml
Mahry.Chlof Jnntloe purnlianor <> : : i the cover of lax or ambiguous law. (Incorporated.)
F, It.Carter. : .. .. .. . ._ . .Asiwrtute Juntlue. the trd day cut .,ii ly. A. D. 18in I ), linn Illeil"iildoertitlrate n (IrstclUHS fruit In busying treats from u", for they can get juat what
K. 1'. Taylor.... .. .. .... . .. .... " I IRA In iiiv <>ltl,,*e, nnd IIIM. nikde.. utll| lea. Prosecution of such cases failed because Dllloeiind Warorooin 101 Atlantic Ave.,,
thOU for tax ulenI. to I'HIIM In aonorditnre with the shady transaction wait shown I Nuur KOWO'H Wluuf. Klovated: :.StiUlon.1IO.STON they eider from us. .

.TefTnrson It.lLltO.\1J llrowne r.COMMISSIOXER8., citairtitat.lCey. Went ,i law.< turlho Halil l protmrty uertlrloaiu fclcuated einlinicon In lirevurd the follnwlnuilv county, to be legally warranted even whenmorally MASS Trees PosItively True to NamP ame-locomeovollnlrill.claH1oondltloI1 I.. w a'yau want and you want them

Florida to-wlt .
T.IIiulHon M. liryan.Burr.. ... ... .. Little. ( .. tllv..r'l iutli.-imt I4 ,.r HnilthimKt t',. Section!' 1, TownAliloJl wrong. The offender was called << OWNKKS: OK TIlE: OKLKUHATED: .
of J4 ;,uot. You nlno want them fuse of VVJIITK' FLY and want 1JODY TO TIlE
Hoiith ,
M.i Hm range you
R t,. JInn, .. < >n i ., aHHtmnod the date. of thaIHMII lucky\ or clever, aud thus' tho moral
... The ,1.11..1 being nt BEARING.IJoB
ileadq.UIrtore anil, ofllceo at Talluliaoiwe, Fla. :ine nf Hiioh i-urtltlnate In the niiine of cense became blunted anil weak. The I WALTO .YINTON ROLLER hUt), and riOOIl HOOTM.
CIRCUIT COURT. .I. 1). Tutmi. TnleM naiduertillcate shall he reilneined have all of these In their fact
good f.vor.l" just
Our trees ; point they are
of the
the face
JU :! acfmnllnif. to I..w, taxileed will IHHIIUtlic plain thief steals! in I
Minor S. Jones, Tituevillo..Circuit J. C. ones. Orlanilo. .... .IroHerutln Attorney, >re .n oil the let day. January, A.seal U. 1'KHI thin the law as well as in the face of other I.H good all SCIENTIFIC M15TIIOO8:: OF CULTIVATION ANI)
8 Fall|>rlnu rerin!!;'r..rmtrOll-Fourth rth Monday Monday lu March.October.; let Wltnemi 01..iv of December my olllrlal, nl A.{II.niitiire HUM.ft. people's rights. Only by the subtlestof I .......................... FEHTIL1XAT1ON CAN MAKK': Til< )r. They are the bent.

([ Ct. Seal) A. A. THWART, Our JlUmtiatud., Catalogue with valuable cultural note la f'ee.Von't
now ,
the two kinds of I
l1Iu.tIuIa.155t 1118Unctlonllun
IIKEVARD COUNtY COURT.A. Clerk Circuit CnurtoC Hrnvard < .D. Judge Hy O. A Srt.W .lt'fl'.U. thievery be separated on the moral ::1 YUII willie us for

A.A.Stewart I.L.flaulden..j'roaecutlng.County,Attorney Clerk: I sIde, ami It might help to abate 'thn ... II'C ii iiI. It'tO.. "%7T. CJorxxiorTANUEUINK: : : -, r'x.:

Spring Hummer Term Term--ftooond Hocond Monday Monday. In In May.August.: i AlllllIcaUoli for Tnx Ioe
Fall. Term-HuoimU Monday In Novmulwr.Winter I of other people's money under all circumstances I. _. ___ -0-- _ .__ .. ._ -- - . _____
Term-Sonoml Monday In February. Section! 8 nf Chapter; 4nKR, Law.of Plnrldi simply thievery and leavo :

COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD. N oruE h&r..hy "it I veil thit William.. .:. I'rllfbntl rrltoli- tho finer distinctions to the culprits I : : j: <>rr :EEi.I'IIUN" :
etc, II K.: rmnhntt and < ::B
.,. K. Walker.Superintendent,. .....TltiiRTllle ai 'iim %18"'hA.n." Arnold ;\r..laharLn.. K. Shine,. ntirohnoor nt tux -ortitli'm No. 17. dmed. the 11th themselves. I -MB, l-MTAIIM: <4lliil: IKMHWMIHICIICH -
Jlonaventure J. A. Carter: Turnliull. day of Jul, A. 11.. IMI.I: tine flied nlil ccrtlllcata I PRINTING
In my <.Hire and has niiulu. ai.I.i icatlot, for tax I WINKH, GINS ANI,> nltANI"I
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.; !' .,IH. ..I| to I.HII.. I In ucoiirdiinre. with law.. Hald rertillaate A Virginia farmer recently drew first ..
H. A. Cnnkllni!! olialrman TMltnani Wm. R. enibra.*eN tIn followlnuc: .1..rlhe"Irnl"> | for pumpkin which ho exhibited --- - ------ --' -
Walker TltuHvulo; John R Mlot Indlanola. ;; ertv atu..II.rAvar.1. (tiountv,Florida' to.wlt:: prlzo n Express Prepaid -Lemp'S-Deer.
J. I.. Wooten. Couon; T. J. Cooloihult, Le- Noi-thwH.it >., of SmitliHaxt V. and Isortlimuit at the county fair nnd then Rent the : I'er Dos.
UranlCe. ' r SiinlhwBntiHvcll 1 <>n 0'lowimhlpilfluiith. -. i Full jimrt iiieimnre.HnntliiKl 4 lt" II Qts I'JIJtn: FalstafT llaer . .. .. . .. 1 mt
K icular esslon are haul flrat Vfoflday In eacb .nio 3% Kant.: yellow wonder to President Iloosovelt. : .(S) . UK ALL i KINDS . lub liveNelHni. .. ... . ...p:JIIII"I I n,11111 RaIns; 1'nlu. .. . .. . . 10
mnnto. The Hald. IlIn.1 I tmlnir asHMwrl at the dato of thus Reconstructed "rebel" or not' there in : lIi' ,. ('oiinry, HyeMoiiiiKriiin .. . ..2INI j ) 4 !IU J 7 Wl $Hianilaril . . .. . .. .. . . .100
HHtiance. nf tiirli certlncatu In thus naniA of 1. .Mfvrflaiuar. Ilye . .. . . ., a \II 4 mi s IMIA ) Malt extra dark .. . .. . I 10
BREVARD COUNT OFFICERS.A. I'nhvuH said I'vrtlncate shall tie rn- no room for doubt as to the patriotism : -" L i 11101111" '.44'. Hye . .. . . . .. a 7A/ W) U IMI Coliiiricur, '1"rt.\ . . ..... -i ooaw
. ... will H. .. Unas [ .... .. .. . . .
D. Penney Tltmvllloj .County Judice ,lanmnil uoonrillnit to l.iw tax dvxil u a. KXKCUTKDGIIK M'tul l>rum . , . . ,1\1\) 0 /mi n IMI Aid JI t :
l>.L. Oauldan Thrdevhhle.roe: ; Att'y, linrenn on the I.r.l day at Jann...,. A. I). limi.VVItnns . of a man who would forego the joysof : Malt Whiskey .... a 7n) II IHI)' II Ml\) (lu IIClU Hlout, hints, . . . .. :
A. A. Aeewart:TItiiavhhhe..rnnty: ::: Clerk. my ,,11I,1.1, signature coil seal thIs this "boasting before his neighbor till : I'narll llralidvAt .1 711I/ IMIA IIMI\
1'. A. McMillan; k'an (i&ihhhe..Te. ,. AonesHor.K. ilujr liBconilwr, A. Ii., 1'Hirt.) :.\PiYlAHTWTIOALLY-, J | |>le HriindyIliillanilllln .. . .:a 7A 110 0 All\ Bulk I Goods, Jugs Free-Not
W. lUll.lltciBvlllf.Tax Collector.tlolm 1.:8': al ;:l. t. Ct.) A.: A. HTKWART the pumpkin should fall together, even : . .. . '. .. . .. .2 511''' 4 :"JfflA 7 VAU Prepaid.I. .
Henry, Tltiisvllle.......TreaHurer. rMrk I'lroult fliinrt.ulerk.ii to have the honor of getting It sampledby p liiimva tllu. . . .5 75 IHI M "q .BO |>..r fl.il.-Dye, filII. Corn. (OIMII! Clrada..
. .
J. It. Walker TltiiKvllle. .Hiipflrliitend 3-8 My r> A. Stewart Iwputy $ North Carolina; Corn.:: :, :::::.t .1. (I. Krlwn. Tltuiivllle. . . ., .County Surveyor. the White House revelers. : ]Mountain( toni .. .. ..3 7A A Ml OMITIM $4fp55, puop (hucI.-Iy., out, Cure, Ju"' Flue
J. I'. Iiown.Tltu.Ylllo.. .... ...........Kh..r"f. I .fiiinaluii' ,,," . . ... .. .'t Wl 4 !M ." .110 LjuiaiIy.) 'fl..I. It
liar Ola, Corn; 1"11I. heat
W. S. Norwood% Titusvllle. Registration OlllcerTITU3VILLK . ye.
Vleilfonl llniillraNt II 111 II IM) II All) .
TOWN COUNCIL After all It turns out that RUlJllta's i E T1S7 and with DISPATCH.: Hraudy. ... : :.. : .8 1 j g A IHIA j U IMIU ...i.lu r .r, tsar m lust isisuiny.liei.-4I' .. Psaihi" and API,1elurt.
ElitE tir Kuncuvky llonrhon, 3 71$ IM) flu) ::
K. K.': Rollins mayor; VanWorley.tnanhal; and boast that the war In Manchuria wan : : Sherry or AiiKnlliia. .2 Ml II 75 7AO israuu.ly. SIoltow.tl Age., ..
: 'IN'
collector. ) : K. It. Pylon, clork ami treasurer; .). tier fllol.-Vlrt.'a' Y Social D IJ.UJ.J '-
.lolm Henry tax ss ; J. R. Walker, F. A only a side show In her affairs came ortiiient' allowed on ull KOOIH of lama prlue I :_ _111' Me'II<'lu..1 CalltT.
L t'1.\:::: :
Morgan .1. r H. KraiinliiK I and tho -
II. H. Prltohard councilmen The council m*",ta very near being the truth. Ixirlnif jikiif' :ZuhM Went AtlaniN Ht. .JI\'IlIOII\'lIh', I'' .
first Tuesday lu each month. war she built n thousand miles of railroad
'TITUS VI LLK HOARDJMP TRADE. arid into Iorsa! E ,
across an tteppo ,
'>. M. Rohhins president J. M. Dixon. tressnrar I --J. 5n01mYMiDTARFoLri t fiY TAR
with the
night: In each month at their rooms. Transslberian line by building a new : 1SCOMPI.KTK. I : :';wlO' ':!Au Ooaaf and h.1.1uaags Our.* Celd| Prevents Pneumonia

road 2.0OO miles in length. She baa .. .
-- - - - - -- -- -- -- - - ----
WIlY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, also planned to make the Transslberianii i E YOL ARE INVITE I i
wben you can buy the best ::;...If.Lock.In OE-J!: : -&- ::8. H3 ZLi TJ": ILxE cSc OO. _
Patt..ODld ,Iath.Vsk.4Item. ii double track route. TO IXSI'KCT; IT.
Tackle lllocks at nearly the came 'I'tI..MeC.1I.. ..k. el laialtcwHiat > oS JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
than ol anv other i pafl.rn. I i I 'T. AIOW. B. st.,
price. Now in use in the United el theIr. 'FI.. aonracy and implicit, : ii
...,.l..(Th.O.....of "i!")haa. of the
$.state Army and Navy Department. Mer>ll' M L.a..'M.. .. Prince Kltel Frederick the son '
....ub.cnh.r. than Mh.r "Jr ;
Examine them at the ADVOCATE office. ,.arulncnptl,,n(ii AUbOVI any cc... 1)11.."..- La.,-2. kaiser whr has just been allowed to r ClI
Titusvllle. ..u.b.I/ e...*. *..,7 .abicfibr..!.a MwCall; ; 1
.lira *>... b.',.crib< lod.,. I cboole his bride for himself Is noted I JAST .,. : (
Hai l >iii. *?' : .
iWr.l'J.k; ? ,:,:, .\V of>.a 11... n C.l.l a. ( < *: < ? I la being the only handsome boy in the ; a. ;

INIJ WA.TF.DY HOI'HK. iienon. CHICAGO of"trimtwiMrthlneM M.NUFAUFt'1t.'n.f _Matfre..) >n4..rramliim AU. ..C.I.l&iu.. flIt. McCALL. l.howinl CO.*>., .praaiM.... V..*>). family. One day the good fraus will [ i iI I 20 __

somewhat familiar with local territory is .*-' 'Jze the whole bunch by; the .< i COAST
--- up
Uuint' In branch oftlne.' Salary. *H pai.1 weekIT. ----- .Il1g"1 'p1z
fermaaenc position. No laventment required fllan
engajlolf.. frevlou Aililreu* experience not enmntfal to .............0............

\I.tu.tger Hranalie|Conio Block r.lllcafCl ..S. ... The "foreign devil" with hilt repeatIng i I ADVOCATE I II D.

ride 1 a good schoolmaster
>t proving '
vs t tor the heathen Chinee. Not long ago h

: IV YOU KKfEIVB! A rtAMPI.E: : I the Chinese! tore op railway built\ by I PRINTING OFFIGE. ___ e 'I

_ _
I foreigner and threw the rails Into the .
COPY or THIS 1'APF.i : ; ,
: &*
the railroad
: I wa. Now they buy up .......................... .
:\ -ITL4T0p : and run them like men of .ellM' ISo t5T.u t paul
. _
: I AutomobillstA who clare the farmer -- - ---- -- -- -- -- _

If I .. .: :J WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO : I of the country to patrol the public # _. d; f _ i'irj_ _ _ _
: __I cuassa.
'I j '
"" <. .. : BECOME A SUBSCRIBE : t highways with firearms should take '-&ae2n.I TEEDDEPOSIT Ce. : I, 1 I i
ft. t..L' .... when settler ._ Lj..r
I I.... .1 > .. ..... .... .. llI S.p. warning from the day __ II
..... ... ,,,..... I !
l9S.dAen.aI fI. ."d .. b.ifu_ : ," ... p.p used their shotgun on redskin and HA1K 4 t.p _- I
trated free to ai .1 I .. panther The farmer now own tbecountry $5 i.OOO R.R.Fare Paid. Not.*TakOO I

D. M. 'ERR' CO.. Detroll, Mlcll.I I and the existence of these ... IRPKCOVK rt II
r---.________?_.01. BwdMCoM. Wrtl.QuickEOIIGIAAIAB4MA I
...........4.. ............. "varmints" I* only a tradition. BUIN ESS COUEOC,Macm,(.. A ren-:" for tlio L'abat lire wins Co.


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-- ----- --- J.\M1tS. I'BircHAMJ. President; W,j. M. BROWN, Vi, f.r

ADVOCATE. THE Pure Food and Industrial IIodgson Bros.EAU WINSTON a. BBANNIN, Cashier eeClst
Exposition, opens January 4th. and


In a building built especially for Marine[ Railway.

Entered at the 1'oHtufllce ut Tltimvllle, Florid, the located at the come and Chandlen
purpose ; Only General) Merchants $blp I
AS Becoinl-cliws mutter.CnABLKf and Church streets, Jack COUNTY DEPOSITORY
--- of Hogan ..ypeci.il: \ Facilities..
Publl.her. sonville Fla. '1 he opening will "" '"" Authorized capital, ,
H. WALTON Editor & 'i- ;
--- take place at 7 p. m., and the prc "'or Hauling Out, Storing and HEpalr'lnllYachts Paid up capital, : C'
Cream of Tartar and Launches. IC" j
*'W.< JOOBItAL DBV. '>D TO 1'8. DBTKOFHXHT gramme: aa arranged, embraces Average deposits *; r
OV THB INDIAN. KIVBR, LANE. reception to Govenor Broward and Mention the ADVOCATE when writing OOC :

WORTH AND DMOAVIIE 1141'8BOTIOIfS.Dllloontinuan Atalf; the State Board of) Health ;
Transacts General
and l Clt PowderFood Ban9loi
e or ailvts. must be made per Mayor of Baking

easily At this ofllce, or by writing- Ofllcials! ; the Bond Trustees of Consolidated Fruit Co Business.

Jacksonville, and distinguishe
Check,eto.,may be ", ..dol'ayable to CU4.LltIS. visitors. /Addresses will be ds Largest and Oldest Bank .

WALTONpuhlleher. livered: by President: C. I':. Game: : made with alum -Dl trlbl1tnrlt of- -in 1
Board of / 'l,? ,.. ,tt Exchange boujrtit and -.4 I IConntrl
lap- writing t.)the AIIVOOATK) for Inform of the Jacksonville carries alumto *
baking powder
tlonoi iny kll"I,tbowrltcrwlll oblige by ouelo.8' Trade ; Governor Hroward, Mayo I
t 'y
log a Munipeil-nililrenHeil. onveiopo.RORTtVIFFICir.The . NoUn, and others. Presides the Stomach unchanged. Fancy Oranges, "" / I'etronage.approrgted.and r i i xry fay
----- Roosevelt will send a messag .."fb '. Mirvuliva baiiklnCORRKBrol .
hrancli fluHron ollon ( < I + d ..
MB KANT: ( "AM'r Abrrr'A rg I. Ht 24 :lllIk] which will be received by wire i in Scientists have positively and W''+vY7 ? .
street, 1111.1111 Iiiclwrtrfl of air dill, 1'. Mellow, which will foe Grapefruit ,
IiI I who will intiku advertising( oontrncu for tli the building, and demonstrated this and that T rf. r$. Empire| Tiu t finuiinnv \
paper. molly open the Exposition: and 1'lurtda Hunk and Truat t'" i irb'.11'

i communications start the machinery to work. A such food is partly indi Fancy Vegetables LT e'q' rT g..LI ::, r s .

Address all EAST COAST ADVOCATE, carnival will be in session on tbe gestible and unhealthful. ..- --- - .. ......,
"I outside of the building, also, nub n
'", TITUSVILI.B FLORIDA. elms time. J.'iI-3L. ::rDI 4: ::IE:3::: =5ivi" }{:ru S.OU"C""S'I .

: a. s. Department of AsrrlciilturWeatlicr _v _.. .. (:- Uobbius ISnm.)

Itnroau-Jupiter, Flu.. Tug late' cnnlllct in the far east CAR LOTSLE S CAR LOT!! cTJI'T : I.ACX .S1+LLITf1: : .

! will down In history as the Drayliitr.i DadgiH, Checks: Door Numbers: Stencils\ Trunk and LockumltlKBPAI1UNO > "
followingis a comparative statement Russo-Japanese! Why it I Is nl... Trunks and Vall.
I The alit I IiuUi Gun and Revolver parts at.d keys at."hole. ) I
hauling. It: promptly
" Druylng ;
'" for tbe
I of temperature and rainfall that in about all the great wi rs of Wilte for puitloulars, 211: MuinI'.t. Jacksonville Fl.i.
week ending Tuesday, Dec. 211,1005. modern times the name of the defeated attended to. Me.,ts'" all tininn. Stove . .
-- -- - -
1005( -100-1-, ------------- -- =
all times.II.
wood for mile at
first i Is
DATE. MAX. HIM. MAX. MII> country is placed E. HoI/TEN. TltllMVllle.Illucksmltli Walter Hawkins rent Agt.
, 20) so : 21 70 112< :! ((17; 4fl have to explain. The same rul ,
74 till and Repair Shop.If Store 2!/8 West Bay street,
I I 22:! HO 71 obtained In the Franco-Prussia

23 H-2! 71 7.- 70 war and the Spanish American wai JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
, ) 78 01 ,
I 21 82: 7" well! you want a new wagon, or an old ,
7(1( 12J Language In the as
53 newspapers
I :25 ill(I I one repaired wore inc. I pay freight; w1
I ( 70 W) 78 08 us in histories!! inevitably takes the one way., J. D. KNNH, FOlt ALL KINDS OF Jon PRINTING -
Total rainfall for the week: 1.311! line of least resistance. In eacl' ++
I Departure from normal rainfall for Ui. : Tltugvllle, Fin. remember the ADVOCATE office Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick."
I of these cases it appears to have ,
, week 1.07 Inchon. Departure
: plus
/, from normal rainfall wince .January ], been simply a matter j of euphony Ta1IsIlaullll} Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Tflopii' <' \. a8k

plus, 7.0.t InclicH.UAL A Japanese-Russian war, PrussoFrench I (Nothing (o Adjust Nothing

,. P. llAi'WN, Observer. war or an Awerlco-Span. All kind of draylng and hauling to Learn, Simply Shaver J. K. MUNNERLTN" Jeneuil :Manager;

ish war would have been something promptly Attended to, and Satisfaction ALWAYS READY* .
,'\ NEW YEAll'.S I1KI.LS. altogether lawbreaking guaranteed. :' r ALWAYS KEEN The Oldest KxtabllBliecl drain and Seed HDIIHI, u, .n. "\t&l

Ulna In the new year with !gladness, JOHN KETTLES, Tltnsville.
KliiK out tau old with u teuri f SAVES TIME,
')'hore''"HIWUVH u fouling or sadnessA THE President of a bank, when MONEY, and Jijl!'e. that
A ,war we Hoswlft wl limns In the It*dusk.tlnptliifr.Witli ot u. yuar asked; by a young clerk how he Shoe Ue)>ulrlng. TEMPER rjlr! guy Wm.:: : A. Sours. : &; C C.
., safety razor
sorrow wo wutuh IM lust hour r
v could distinguish bad bills from
Then From give the the bolls now In one each n utocple grunting aril. tower. good ones, said : "Get acquainted I do all kinds of boot and shoe repaii- ':' that is not only a ( 1 GRAIN! HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
A sigh for the year that In dylnpr, with the good bills, and you wll Ing, and do not forget It. Opposite Jap. v safety but a razor ,
i I A tear whore tho memory dwells the bad bills at sight: Pritchard & Son. A.NDHKW OIUBOJT,
with Its recognize Grits Meal and Fertilizers
t Tbuu punish the pant sighing TlttiHvllle Fla. Flour ,
I A".III.t I lor the von-e ur the liullH The principle which this adviceIs The 4

I The That"song\voluoniun of tliuuksiclvlotf the birth an of'I an plHiumro hour, based is so sound, says Youth'i JOn PRINTING done at this office. PURINA MILLS 2I()( East Bay Street, JACKSONV1LLK:., 1 K1A

I The soul stirriitir vlUrutlntr meamiro that it ought to lx .
I ''ilmt rolls out from each utooplo and tower ( CaU'Iloaue Kicu. Waielions on Hacks of S. A. L. I 'y. and A. f I Kv
more widely applied in practice
Afnr o'er the night Rhivloweil city .
I'' The surges of harmony. roll. When one knows all thero is to PINEAPPLE
In anthem trln..plllUlt or dillY, know about flrst grade corn 01
1 Tlievlluhten the sorrowing anal
[, A volf'e Iriiin enrh; country and nation wheat or potatoes or sheep or cotton & Baker
! ltosi; ..ii II'' Anti ji lim In the wild exultation : he can detect at sight everything
' Of limo bolls lii-eaeh" steeple and towor.
I', I that does not come up to the

.. A thought of the dead, nabnly' sleeping, standard. One who is fully occupied WRAPS 4OI-41.-1 Knst" flay Street Ja'kMftll\'JlIC', riorld.i.,
, I lliilow In earth's ilrcary. gloom\ |Iti
No O..IIK of tlxiTikniclvtiiic or wenplnp: doing the right thing will .
Can iiieroB their dull curs In time tomb in from -Makers and Jobbers of-
nave no dilHculty refraining
limit above where all heaven r..joh""'". mid

I They And grout heralds with with sweet praise weliinino every the hour voices( the wrong. vThis razor hag "a Vehicles Harness and Material
and tower Carriage Wagon
That rliiK out from each steeple
NAILS solved the shaving problem for every ,
PARENTS, (do teach your children man. Though but a new invention.it

A HAPPY NEW YEAR. good; manners says an exchange: I I hat already attained enormous popu. Saddlery, Hnbber Then.

It will help them all through life: -X- -XSr: larity. MODE: THAN 2OO.OOO

The 1906 will be ushered in There Is so much difference., to been MOLD TilE FIRST TEA. The First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

year 'BOND" CI ATE. secret U in the WAFER BI.AUU.S. _. . .. .
child ami TIlE -- ---
on Monday next, and we take this ) in the well trained which are AS THIN AM PAPER and - -- --- ----

opportunity of wishing our numerous the neglected: child. One is al. BEST QUALITY WRAPS. sharper, than any other r zor. Each blade TXTUS""V'XLLE::: : : IIVIFt.Y: ST.A.DLE.

j v readers-North and South-H ways respectful courteous and po. CEMENT COATED: NAILS.See ::;. will give from I twenty to forty shavrs. One
Year Ite, while the other is coarse, rude dozen blades are good fora daily haul '
happy and prosperous New ,, I bo- L' '" 'NIJm
and our prices
our samples get for a year. + 8Allll.1' (t'R'E") :
the best state of and inclined! to be low flung, n
accompanied by
'foro' buying. We want ;your orders. THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL FREE II you
health.In L'arcnts, do please teach your chll. Write us at Eau Gallle- ore not back more nUdly.than MtuBed wo will give your ...STABLES.:& .. ''ll, BIC.GIIh.JAGGAGE : ,
thanking our friends for the iren good;( manners, which will money
Tripletilvtf-plaled! with 12 tUd $)00Em )
" \ liberal support awarded us -during I nake them lovable b'y all. I feel] *bUdra,per dozen . I.CORed V'_ ,i -il IUW Y"
1\ when I the child who has )" X.E' R
the and hoping for a continuance i lorry see "
past Cross Pharmacy TRANSFER, ysltL w and TUiN' IV I lrfis l-
of the name, our chief en. 10 manners, for I know its road in. A ,

;1 ; deavor will be that the ADVOCATE ife is a rough and thorny one. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. Titnsville, Fla. HAULING" ETC. ..Ill) kui"Te

, 1\1\ might Improve with age-ever on .. . .. .. .. .-
J the alert to discuss' measures for THE eye of the public along the . - 3V3C. OsbAn:: FI.01,1I1.1, ,
-- -- -- lobblus' Law OtIlce- -
i ----- TITUSVILLE.lu rein
the interest first of 1'i. -- --- ---
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j enhancing --
Cast! (Coast like that of an Individlal -
' tusville its surrounding 1'IAONOI..IA. SIMUNGS. __ _. __ __ ___ n. .. __ _
country i ), sees only what is in sight The
i i.\\I and county in genera!, then those I nemory of the public, like that of

"' ;, of the entire State, fully confident 1 the individual is short. Hence Hotel !$'"" -

!11 P \ that wherein, as all mortals! we uccess in advertising comes Magnolia Springs -. -::-

' 't may at time err, an appreciative hrough keeping; the business con ,

p, and considerate public will attribute tantly before the public eye and I (St. Johns River) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. A NEIUtYDAY CQ hI hI1PA11
"j' mistakes tho head and not and river steamers
' I to persistently in the public memory, 28! mile south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Const Line It'y, Pure
the heart S'eam: heat Elevator.< Electric: Light
' In the ADVOCATE.ENULANU open fireplace In all rooms. 1itLA.
Golf Links TennU,, J '
No Mosquitoes Well-kept
. [til Again we have passed Spring Water Dry
\ and bathe $4 per\ day; special
,: ]|| ciclo of time-1903: is a thing of Pinning, Shooting Two swimming O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. DEI1H'ORANGE
is of America'siest weekly lines.
what one ... .. ..
the remembrance
,:' past-a a - .- . -- -- --
, j has been. Its joys, its sorrows, its friends for she takes over i bxCEU1uAL
h prosperities! and its adversities are $1500,000,000: ( worth of productsrom iI
I farmers annually. No I
: present memories, but noon will be
other country ever made such a .;

. largely The East forgotten Coast hits, just reason jlood;; showing-sny" the U. S. goy The Clarendon SEAUREE/E-DAYTOXA, .1

rraent statistics'! !
itself the FLORIDA.
t to congratulate upon progress
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developed during the year

I''! past. Alt along the line material LAKE TITICAC.A, the highest nav- Hardware., stoves, Oils

1/;/ improvements have taken place especially igable lake in the world, is to be = Now Open
I -@ .
' ,; at Titusville and various apped: for electric power to run PAINTS CROCKERY G(.ASSW A HE", ETC.eullsior

:r towns along the coast. In our own the Peruvian railroads and to supply -

; I locality marked developments have a surplus sutllcient, it is be-
' !t been made, as all former visitors to lieved. to enable Peru to tike a E. L. POTTER, C. ,

, this town are well nware. The incoming prominent place among the man. ;' 'T A V t ..4l

'r'' of actual settlers and the facturiug countries. Proprietor. Manager.

various new towns established .- -.
j along the East Coast has openedup - -
TIlE hunting this season in the
rich in hitherto MIAMI.
a country resources neighborhood of Titusville\ bus been l 1 ,,
unavailable, RO that, as we retrospectively ( k
hove the average; and big bags of a/q I
consider the local q nail and duck are daily beingnought The Gautier MIAMI: FLORIDA,
events of the past year UK applied into town. Several deer Corner Avenue C, ami Oth Street. : I

to our advantage or dIsadvantage, have also been killed this season, Under Now. Management( Culalne and Service Flrst-elass. wwrs _
we have reason congratulate ourselves
IInl1 fish have Meet{ plentiful. -NOW OPEN-
as being the most favored of

fair Floriila'u c-llly.eni. MRS. J. N. FEASTER, Proprietress. ___ _

In again wishing all our readers TITUSVII.LE: would present: a very I' . . --- -

a Happy New Year, and heartily!I
much better appearance: to visitors
thanking them for their patronage, Ii' househoulders would take pride' Lorillard :Boat Co.

we conclude tLe word of Hip In I cleaning up their yards and eide- +Ilk.

Van Winkle : walks and paint their fences. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

family's,1"'Here's your!may goad they !llvw health long,prouder.and your" Boats Bought Sold and Built to Order ,


LET everybody turn over a new work of building a railroad to Key Iristalled:
leaf in 1000) but let it be a goodone. ""est will he the crowning effort ofhis Ec..gio.es: \. -.- ZE3IcLcca.-s7-are: : Co.,

Treat your friends as you life. May he live long to enJoy Representative for the T, ft 31. Reversible Gasolene Engine; 1', to 25: horse power.

would have them treat you the efforts of his labor. The only engine of the kind In Florid, and the beat on the market. 'He .Vtr.f.E, FLORIDA.

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I ........... ............ ..........................: Mims. Rockledge.Little .

i : COAST NEWS.Nowdv : Happy Few Year to All. Louise Lockliait' hits been quit 1 FIRE INSURANCE I

: ill this week
John Peal was In Mims lastveck on
: ******************** .. business We are pleased to again BOO Mr. Yol

veaton in the express olllce.
Miss Taylor la visiting friends in St.
Note: Contributed bv Our Ilo nlur : I, Augustine Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Horvey Bower the
Wednesday week, a blight little daughter the best protection possible at
: Corns of Enst Count C01'1'o pondonts. .. V. J. Pickling made a business trip toOk '
; lllll Sunday.

. _ _ __ .... ...._... ...................: lion \Viuln II, .JOl1ell was la Minis visiting Jon Neiklrk of Republic 0., ariivoi'
............. TTTTTTTTTyT ? ? yTTTTTyTTTTTyTTyTIvenn. on "Friday' night, nod is located his
lends, Sunday winter home.

J- Please Bend all communications u coitluil.>, l here Welcome friends. are always sure tlf W. D. Benson is iiHslHtlnki: J l>un' : M. 1<'. Green, n prominent resident of

and item for publication to "Editor,, can with his oiangecrop. Xaalivllle, Tenu., has aillved here, and

ADVOCATE, TItusvlnV, Fla.." )lr. thtltose, Miss Poineim and Miss A. M. 'J'.r" I iI"rlCar spent Christmas U located In his cosy winter homo.
Susie Dnltiwv, o* ::;uwnneo, Tonn., were ,
with his family lu IIt. Augiistluo
a"nn\llhe pleasant, nrilvals last week The F. F. C. Uy. Co.'s trnlns are now
J3T" We cannot gnaianteo to publltb Thoy will spend the next three months J. I.Eenleand: family spent Christmas runnlut: Into the river station which I .
Items that do not reach tills office b..fol't'nOD In Ihcli' Melbourne winter homo with -Mr.: [ mid 1 Mrs. .1. Coward. great! convenience to our citizens.

on ThursdaWill ) ----- --- -- .- .- John Coward and family, of Cocoa, :Miss Clenientlne Sill lolOII and MisMamie
._ : llaulox two school teaoli I
----- -- Torturo It' 1'reiu-lior. spent Clnlstnias with hllll"reI\IIIIII'lo. young:
( iv
are, ate spending the holidays with their I
-- correspondents oblige nil by The dory' of the terrine of liev. O. 1Mooie >. Mrs.: lien and family, of Sebastian, are patents,

writing the names of people and pianos |pastor "f the lliptlst\ rhurcli, of visiting at Mrs. .'lcll1ln 's for :a few ,days. H. I.. Urlfllrh of I'lovidnnoe.lJ. I., Otto \ 4

nit plainly as possible ? tl Haipeisvllltt, X. Y.. will IIIM-IOSI." you Lot rrl.-o left, Friday, for a visit of a of I Uockludjre's most noted winter llsboi-
He Hays: "I ,sulTeied agonies: because or fow weeks with hU> parents' lu Coliiinblit. men, uud a valued APVOCATK subsur
u pcifclsteut cough! lesulting from the :S. C. bee, \is at the New )Kuuklodge hotel for
.:rl". I Intd to sleep sitting up In betl '
Melbourne. \V. I). Benson and family are entertaining tho season
i I tried many remedies, without relief,
until I took li. icing's New Discover; relatives from Notlli Carolina, for J. V. Joidan!. leHm'O of Hotel India LOWEST RATESin
for Consumption Coughs: and Colds n few wccka. River, whoso ,,,Ivt. can bo seen In tin

RICHARD W. OOODR.-Real Rotate' Notary which entirely cured my cough amt Mrs.: Owen and throe charming ilaugli' ADVOCATE:, Is hero with his son, and
I'lihllo and ('nnvevaneer Agent for Kriia saved from A Ill'auel making things: lively around
Ixinilnnmidaiolie,anllIarUor'Fire me consumption.' tots, of Jacksonville, are stopping fur II they are
Liverpool Ineurancompenltle.and Rp..lal) attention cure for diseased conditions of Throa w hllu lit the hotel. the hotel. Mr. Jordan, la putting th! in
imld to the liitoreHta ot non-reatdente. and Lungs. At the lied Cross 1'har hotel in elegant sliapo.
fiOo and $1.00 guaranteed, JelT. Hal" ley will soon move his mother
Trial bottle free to Oak Hill, whore he has I it utemly job Miss Stella" Douglan, tho charming AMERICAN AND
:J3T: Subscriptions for tho ADVOCATE, with the !'. K. C. Ky.K. daughter of Mr. and Mis. K, V. Douglas,
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the pink paper of tho EmIt Coast will be arrived' hero on baturduy. from Jackson
received at the Melbourne Fostoflice. Eau Gallie. II. :Sackett and! wife also Mrs W. vllle, to spend tho holidays. She wa ;JEEO"'T: at-_ VT..A.L'J'Ot'r..
who at >V ost l'lllrllllellch,
--- -- II. "Mickell are accompanied by a school! mate, MisCovouliugtou
S. D. Noel, of Richmond Ind is a are expected Mims soon, on a visit i.f "Thiunasvlllo Oa. (Successor to Morgan .+1 Walton)
with filends.T. -- - KLOIUDA
-.guest of the Eaton cottage. --- riTUSVILLK, -
SA R.\( ('. Honosov-riumciA.f AND SmtOKON. .
*"rf ames Lamberson, of Strangling; Ind., Eau flalllo Klorlila. \V. Uikbcrtsntteiuled installation I No Cn6! 01' 111111111011 In on ICet-ori "
ceremonies of Indian River Lodge,1'Itusvine -
is a guest of the Mclirlde house Wo do not know of a single Instance
School No. 22 will be resume on Tuesday Wednesday, and was installed
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fee spent Xmas next. Junior Warden. where a cough or cold resulted In pneumonia '
at Fort Fierce with their sons or rousiimptlon when FolcY'1IlIoDoy
Cooler weather and! northerly wind Mrs. C. S, Ballon and daughter: Miss nnd Tur had been" taken. !tclIl'e&
Mrs. 0. E. Crowell of Brooklyn::- Y.,. this week. Blanche enteitalneil at Christmas dinner coughs! and colds perfectly so do not
is the guest of her brothes, E. K. Hedges.) 111 r. and Mrs. Hairy Roberts and take changes with some unknown prep. .

Miss Sue Hopkins, of Stuart, was the Capt. Geo. Kuddlman will soon have Mr. 1'V.. Itoboits. oration, which may com cia opiateswhich %
his new houseboat ready for a cruise.Itev. thirst 4
/guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitingthis Monroe liloodworlh has jiiiicluisei causueouetlptuiuniiemtditiou
this of retards. from a coM. Ask for
week. J W Walker was guest twenty acres of tine hammock from tho recovery
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, on Sunday last 1111,1111 commence ut \Koluy's Honey anti Tar and 1 refuse any;
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1'. Branch were the Hawthorne estate, siibstllulo oll'ercd. Solil\ 1 liv this lied
/guests of Mr. and Mrs J. It. Lee on Mr. McAllister will soon have his new shoe tocloarand putout \iu orange grove. Cross I'liarmacy, 'I'll III1VI\1o\ Klu.(
of Indian fiver _.
Christmas. launch In the waters -- --- --- -- -
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Mayor R. \V. Good and wife were the' Alex Near is making: good! piogres Pirating Foloj'n/ Money and Tar.

guests of their son, Alex J. Goode, andfamily with tho new artesian well for tho Inn. Foley & Co, Chicago oilginatec: Fort Pierce.

: on Christmas Miss A Florence Hodgson): U visiting! Honey and Turns n throat and Innremedy : -

Miss Mable \Vhitacre came down from Miss Gertrude mil, of Jtoniiventiiie, and on account of the IlI'Olltmcrlt W. K.: Conner letnincd< 1 host' u shot Interest Paid on Savings
Courtney to spend the holidays with her this week. and populailty of Foley's Ilouej visit to his. home tit Ciillahau, :Tuesday
nUll Tar Imitations are otTunid! for
in Melbourne many
parents Capt. Andrews of Tlbbals, has his the genuine. Ask for Koluy's honey j Mr. and Mrs. iSegar, of 1'11>1111111, were
Paine Harrington, of Chicago, III., ban sloop Vixen hauled out onllodgsou'[ and 'I'arnid refuse any subsiliiite on'ert'd| lu town Tuesday, muling lit Ibo various
rented the handsome new sayers house, routine railway for repuiis.dipl. us no other preparation will give the stoics. beau Corripour:: .ded. Qt-Lartorly-. : :

on the blutT, for the winter. McNab Is having his catboat, same satisfaction. It Is mildly laxative Itariy' J..nnllla..f.'ib..I1I..wllllln! tonWediieodny
Hon. Fisher and wife of Fennvlllp, The Alice, painted and put In first class It contains no opiates' and Is safest for I aUeiiding to busiiieHS! con
:Mick.! are among/ Hie pleasant guests: at older for the winter cruising." children and delicate persons. Sold by lice led with I Ilse Tulophone.

UraDd view cottage fpr the winter. 1>1'. s. C. Ilodgannand daughter: Miss the lied Cross i'harmney'ritssvlllo-- .- \ Kla,. The Clrou InstSttturdiy was well nt We pay you to save. Bring or send us
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Mr.' and Mrs II. L Sutton, St. Louis llesslo. visited Cocoa, on business Fri tended by young and did, and all suetnci
Mo., who spent last winter nt Hotel day last, via\; the E. C. Hallway. Merritt.Mr to have enjoyed It thoroughly, your money by draft postoffice money orderor

Carleton are again among its pleasant Mr. and Mrs. Linnman of Lima O., There will bo s rvK'i'B In St. Anlrowschurch your personal check. Let us keep it for
guests arrived In Eau Gallie Saturday List
on and
1\llss\ Emma McFailand and her uncle and are i he guests of Mr. and Mis. Harry Drawily butchered one of his fine Ing. Alt, next are Sunday cordiallyIntl\ morning tud. cve- you "as savings" with interest credited and
for the wnok.JlI fat ahoten ono day this week
Dwight S. McFnrlnnd arilvcd from thaN'oith Hodgson

last week, much to tho delight of r. nn.I1\lr.... J. S. Johnson of Chicago; !ICectoi Martin bus services each dIY; was fudge a pleasant T. K vlsiior Lewis,III of town Palm, WeilneH Bench. compounded quarterly, or open a checking

their relatives here. urilvi'il" lust week, arid will sojourn at this week at ( ho church. day attending the Masonic biinijuet.J. account with us.

Capt. John S. SamHi, of Brooklyn, the Inn for a few weeks. They have More lumber and other mater IAIs have
M. Y., Is a guest of Hotel Carleton for many friends in Eau\ Ualllo. arrived for the erection of another cot. II. )rywether arrived 1'f)1II.os\
Angeles,: Calif., Monday Ills many
the winter. The Captain owns some
Melbourne best Capt. e.Y.. McNab and wife of tage, friends were glad to sea him hero iigalr.
property. Youngstown 0., arrived on Friday last L. Thiirsby was tho guest of Mr. and Our... aono: liito. (q
Hotel Bellevue will bo open to guestson and are settled! la their flue southern Mrs. W. 0. Lore at the hotel for ('hiUt-- Quite a number of the young folks enjoyed -
January let, and all who !go theta will\ home, Craig Appin for the winter. mas dinner. a dance at the town hall Christmar.
be well cared for and find this a nice night. Thc Hand furnished. the lire S'1.r1C1.r1d.od: : 1:>3rVO1
Cnpt. J. II. Andrews of Tlbbals, arrlvoU of India.
quiet homo like place to spend a winter.T. :Messrs Niitbet and Rolling, music.
In Eau' iallle on Christmas eve. nola Christmas with the 1"Be8HOliliand [,
W. Durston, of Syracuse N. Y. who The Captain was the guest of Mr. and spent Lore at the River View hotel.Tho Messrs A. It:. Trowel), Nato Trowel!. Y" So. 'o- i1tLI'cL.:
has spent many winters Melbourne; Mrs. A. 1(. Hodgson on Christmas Day J. ti. Howell and Charlustliuykiu; left
!Is another of our late ani valli. He willpend lintel launch; is being painted and: Monday for a few days heal Mis. A.KTiowoll .
tho winter usual at Hotel A party of Eau Gallie's citizen sailed repaired fur the winter season l'roMtollWhlte'a mid Mis. J. C J. Howell aoooinpanloil -
as for Melbourne Beach on Sunday last,but i
Cnrletoa. launch will run In Its place a them on trie trip.
were obliged to return by carriage fromMelbourne : few ,
The children of the Congregational): owing to tho high north The Mnsonlo Lo"lgo had their! banquet| As for safety we have fireproof vault, burglar
church were delighted to find a beautiful winds that prevailed. I Mr. Xevln's bandnome launch has boell Wednesday evening, also the Instaliatloi:
Christmas tree, loaded with nice thoroughly overhauled and a new engine of ollloers for he ensuing year Only) proof time and combination steel chest,
things at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christmas Day passed off quietly In I has boon Initialled. On Tuesday she ineniheis and their families partook of
Chas; Stewart. this town. The tree at the Methodis I made a trial trip down'ha river.In the liHiitjuei. at the Fort 1'lerco hotel. and in addition we carry. burglarand
church In the evening/ being one of the -- ----- --- ------
lIon. Oeo. U. Lyon and wife have best attractions. All tho little ones In fire insurance. All officers
moved Into their elegant new home on the town were romembeied by gift on .Mud: Clia.sc. Furious, 1"Jllhtlll/ol'/ and

the bluff May they live long): to enloy the tree and many of the older ones m Millions rush In mud disco) after "For seven years," writes Goo. W. employes
their Melbourne homo and its pleasant well. The entertainment was A grand health from one extreme of faddUni to IIofTinaii, of Harper, Wnsh., "I had a are bonded.
surroundings success and showed careful training of another, when If they would only eat bitter battle, with chronic stomach and
Messrs Fred J. Simmons J. It. Lee the little ones by Mrs Houston. good/: food and l keep their bowels regular liver trouble, but at last I won.and cured With
and Uen. Wm. L. Haskln, have been the ---- with !Jr. King's New Life Tills, their my diseases by tho use of Electric: Hit
champion fishermen lately, bringing/: / in Doctors Could Not hells Her. troubles would all pass away. Prompt ters. I unhesitatingly recommend themto ample capital
relief and] quick cure for liver and storm all anti don't Intend the future to
!great quantities of fish and giving; them "I had kidney trouble for years surplus
: the lied Cross I'lmr- : tho houne.1 They a growing ant
away to their friends. writes Mrs. Kaymond Conner of Hliel- ache trouble 'J.'o at blt\\lthollttham /In
ton. Wasfi, "and the Dr. could not help macy; guaranteed: are ccrlnlnlo a wonderful medicine, to" efficient set of officers/ a
The beautiful W.
pineapple plantation I tiled Foley's Kidney Cure an have cured such a bad case nit mlue.
T. Wells owns, at East Melbourne Is a the me. very first lose gave me relief and 1 I Sold, under ifimranteo! to do the same for strong board of directors, we offer
sight worth seeing.): We doubt If a finer much Georgiana. by the Rod Cross I'liarmacy nt flllo<>
cured. I cannot sty' too yen
Held cf pines can be found on the East am for t'oley's now Kidney Cure." It makes the n bottlo. Try them today.Indianola.. you a'safe place to deposit your money.
(,oast. The field has been well cared for
will eliminate -- -- -- -
sound they -
diseased kidneys so
and the crop the coming season will\ be from the blood. Unless Carl Wlttfeld returned from Cuba,
the reward. the poisons health Is Impossible Monday night;; )glad: to be at homo again I .
do this good
they under the .Stars and Snipes.' .
S. T. Mlddleton, of South Tacoma Sold by tho ned Cross Pharmacy '
Washington, Is a !guest of Hotel Carle- Chan. Wornlng; of Neptune wan up RomomY: or--: :
ton. Mr. Middleton has a host friends ,Jol 1'rliitliijJT. here several day. spoodlng'C'hrlstmas Miss Mendel, our school teacher, wan
In Melbourne who are always glad to with his friends. He left Tuesday mornIng. called home to Tltunvillo, last week, bjth ---"VQ"0 :J-ny You: to: Sa/v"o.
welcome him and any of his Interesting Do not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATK
i family who have spent so many pleasant office, Tltusvllle we do Job Willie Barnett loft Tuesday, of last ,,11reopen\ January 2nd.Itev. .

days among us. printing of all kinds neatly, cheaply' and week, for Ht. Augustine/ to spend the Black former will
c .J. (h. a pastor,
Miss Matilda MUUy has arrived from expedltlonsly. Letterheads, Xot beadn, holidays with his mother ami bi other In hold service here next Sunday Dec., 31,
Canton, O and Is now nicely settled In Billheads, Envelopes Tags, and all\ other the "Ancient City. both morning and evening, 10:110 a. m.

her pretty new cottage; on Stranbridge kinds. J. tV. Uruner and daughter Miss anI1 p. m., standard time

Minnie Itoy Carpenter Miss Minnie The First National Bank
Mrs. J. r.. Crawford and her brother-
Owen to
and Miss >ellle( went
.. ftf'/...w.f M'f'F...M'M' .. Hughes in-law Mr. fiouhull went hack' to Scranton ,
ly V'hf...... 'f.....'f...1hX.'f 'fla the Christmas tree at Lotus, Monday ,

1'8nn., for thin holidays, but will
evening. soon return, bringing th"lr families this :I .l.t:1o.t'O..1. F
: I Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne office, : Mrs. Lucy A. Hob'ofeld. who has !keen Lime to remain for the winter. > : o._

:'. i is creating our :.: months housekeeper left Haturday for J.V.for. Uruner Cocoa, several where Last, Sunday: evening Charlie need, theonly E. M. BRELSFORD President W. H. SPITZER, Ylca-Pres. j

.* he Is making arrangement to run awarding child living In the village! had a
-- I bons Christmas tree, to which the relatives DWIK A, WADDELL Vlce-Pres. EDWIN C. ROMFH, Cashier.
i i I and A few near friends. were Invited.
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT A 1'eiirful Kate. The trey wan prettily decorated| with\

paper l chain II lid cornucopia! Charlie's
It I III a fearful fate to have: to endure '
*, -- own han
to meet the genuine wants of the people, and he :: the rutbfully terrible say torture," writes of Harry l'll..*CoU. "I..n,can of J"I by kit the \bit\) boys .undlrlit.( DO'MO'O'T. RONALD &. FISKE, 'l'beMtant.lertl Agents''

now claims to have the most complete line of :: Masoo villa\ IlL, "that for Blind 1. Htrtng. \ Last week 1t11'yrllondjlln.lor.on./: Joe 2 Cycle Engine: 4 Cycle Engine
Itching Protruding Tile, liucfc- Klol'l and Urn Abbott, made n trip up Its to ti III. P. (;COCOA FLORIDA. IS: to 3M'( II. V.WK !
1eu'. Arnica Hal vel III the best on ta mater.' to l),.yt Also best for coin, burn and Injuries ho Loul.s, lit meet Miss Haiidenon and --- ---
House Furnishings *wMinU5! *_-river.! : 2 JIj:: at the lied Cross I.uar01ac'Y.TITUSVILLE'S I 'hrlr hou. guest, Mils Clint V Whit.I .A.rt.tN'JD: : :lDN"G-XN"EJ: SUPPLXES"Xtarc1 ::
I lag, who thin year U. Indent Stetson : : nro-:

? TRAINS.'rhefcilowingarethetimes I L.'olverlty. : CARRY TilE MOST COMPLETE LINK: OK MARINE ItARDWATtKON
a. You have beitrtl. of Angle Lamps
j I Hunday last Mr. Hildieth Mr, Taylor TUB: EAST! COAST. ...;'
t-s of arrival end wife, !Mr. nod Mrs. Hprngua' and Acme Y .. 10 and Climax No. 0 Dry Ilatteilei, Mwtchv| paik Mugs. Spark\ Colin, .

:: Some people call them Angel Lamp. Write UK ::, of train to and laughter Helen wont to Melbourne Wire Timer. Spark (jap*, lletechable'1'etlnioal., Pocket Ammeter I,
r i I iud departure passenger lioacli to spend Cliiintman, aod DOC wIth. bass aDd Iron lips Elbows: Tte, Union, ato. Tobin Bronze Shafting/ Propel. '' .
I i and we will, tell you the joke on Mr. RcckeMler. : from Tltuiville: i itandlng/ the very sudden change In the lere, Steering W beefs, Sheet Brass and Copier; Copper, Galvanized and Wire Nalh. "
r i I OtTTHBOUliD.. I weather some of the party bad a dip IDba -.Write. for Catalogue ,,;

rn 151 :.av.aTltanllletorMiamland I ln.m ocean. The party went to Mel- OUR PRICE8 ARE LOW AND OUR OOODS THE BKST.SE.VD .
IDt r'Dledla'.laU at I FEE & STEWART COMPANY I bourne on Monday, the ,__ -._ .... -__ .,_., _._..___ _.._ ,. __ ._ _.._ . .-__ .r.-
OKTMBOOVD revere wind storm In the sfternooo ,
eae.Tlrnavlll.forJaekaonalle I I..am lunch was disabled n ;necmiltatlo the ft
:: Melbourne and Fort Pierce. :: anti totsrm.Aiate points as | IOtt: : pin I of tie homo by
w # r TltiuvlII for Oanfnnl 1i0am1) eturo of some party j YOUR JOB PRINTING TO "I IIB: ADVOCATE. 'II.

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FATTENING STEERS. AVe have About Keen" Ifoldlnv much Cotton.of. tLe cotton Florida East Coast R'y:1Watch :

crop In Georgia and South Carolina

Bolnt* of Valuo In V>e llv. Corn mid and from what we read they have the M
Clover liar.U. best crop of any of the cotton states.

\V. l\Il1mtorll of the Illinois\ exI There will not be any top or late crop
and we do not think these two states
>erlment station hut! recently announcoda -
number of conclusions] from a test can make over 03; per cent of a crop as this space for the new time-table

with ten lots of stern to determine the compared with last year. Now, we rejoice -
the winter
most profitable wny of footling corn with all southerners In the ten On January 9th tourist

and: clover buy to cut/ tic.: Tliey! are o* cent prleo and we think those needing schedule will be inaugurated
follows: the money urgently can afford to sell ,

.tfSllatfo ranks with ear corn corn- at this price but no one need be In a with four trains daily

1:innl and corn and cob meal In Itt! hurry to sell as It will certainly reach .

ability to make rapid gains on fattening 32 cents before another crop III I mnde. each way.
cattle. Tho Cultivator hue always held for
Cornmenl and corn and cob meal .marketing the cotton as used during -w F! "

seem to bo about equally efficient In the twelve months of the year Now

producing> quick! flnl ll. all who are In a position to do so,
In thin tent morn rapid Kilns wero bold your cotton until next spring and ,' "

secured with wholo than with shelled] Bummer and let those who are forced NEW TIME TABLE.

corn and equally im good! as with men I. I to Hell market theirs during the fall. '

A reasonably quick ftnlHhvrnay", be secured and winter.-Southern Cultivator. Commencing Dee..22mll\ schedule

without the fci-dluK 01 an e.xc-csn-
the Florida' East
l'onre For the 80u.". will be effective on

The KlefTcr: pear la hardy and productive Coast Railway

belonging to the oriental group. The new time card will vary consider

Its range of growth In this country isvery ably from the present one In effect, but

wide, extending from the gulf re- . Four Sailings Each Week. . those employed at the station and the

rfy gion to the lake region. The Bartlett traveling public in general, will more

I I much belongs less to hardy the European but la of group more and delicate Is- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK readily appreciate: the time of the arrival -

of trains
flavor The oriental shouldbe and departure
pears at Charleston both ways) No. 1)1)! the Palm Reach and Miami I
Il! gathered before ripe and placed In a

yet 1 1I dark, cool place' for two weeks or more : The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Limited will leave Jacksonville dally at

I I ( ,lf ( r li ,I i to mellow up. Something of the same 8:20: p. m., arriving In Titusville at 1:30:!

Ij 1iI lilt I l) treatment Is usually followed with the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. it. m., and at Miami 8:10: !(> n, m.
j iI European kinds. Texas Farm and United States/ and
I Direct :Service: Between Jso.' 2: !>, carrying

f fII \1 6 6II Hunch. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. Havana mail, leaves Jacksonville dally
fI arriving in Tltusvllle 2isin
I Illlwht In the Mounr Ikea at !IJ : m.,
(Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) o'clockIn
at Miami 105;
In a record of some field\ observationson the afternoon,
II IIJ the sugar beet O. AV. Shaw of California .......... ..... .... ..... .. . .... ... ... .. ......... ..from e-wln Wharf Kontoi tbe evening.
mentions nn tibuormul development Northbound,. ...........,... ... ...,.,.. .....-.. ....from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville! No. 08, ,baggage and IUI\II. also sleep-

J of aide roots us the usual aecom- Ing cars, loaves Miami at 8:20 p. ni., ar

II Clyde St. Johns River Line. living In Titusville at 3:33: a. m., at
t' {Market: value, JU.15 per cwt. nation made BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE* AND SANFOKD. Jacksonville 8:40: a. m.
meat, ollmeal. Miami at 0 a. m., airlvIUR -
up of cornmeal. gluten Xo. 7:S, leaves
I; be Land ,and intermediate landings -
and clover hay.] 1 Stopping at 1'alatka, Astor St. Francl, IleraiiCord ( )
o'clock In the
on the at Johns River commencing Wednesday, November IS,IBOIi. In Tituavllle at 2:08:
Ivcly heavy grain rntlou. In this test afternoon, and in Jacksonville\ at 7:30p.
, '
the largest average amount of conce'nIratos STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONVILLE"< and "I lu > K DelJAltY'ire
Leave Jackgoiwille dally except SutimUy,. at 3.30 p. m. Returning m.
Rail follows
fed doily throughout the experlI appointed to aa .
trains will be added to
Hiiiuliiyn, at I'30 a. m. The following
leave Banlonl dally except "
went was In lots 2. G, 7 and 8. In all of
I i Nonh-ltound the above schedule on January: Oth.
Is Included. The dally tJ."tb.H."nd
which the cob SCHEDULE
1, React down ltead _" No. 3.j. Palm Beach and Miami Express -
ration of concentrate In these lots i: ...... ... .......... .Jwkeonville; ...............::::::::: .arrive 100 a. In.
8311 m ? 4:20) arriving -
i varied from 23 to IEJ.5 pounds or approximately I save save 8 40 p.p. 1fI. ....................... ...l'ulatk.. ...,.... ................ Leave 8 CO p. m.cave leaves Jacksonville : p. m.,
of ear corn and [. II le 1 1\. m. ........ ......... ,. .. ... Astor ............ .......... Leave 9 3C p. 10.Leave" at Tltusvllle 10:30: p. m., and at
one peck ...... ........... i 00 m
\ 30 m. ........... ...... .St.' .n'"cIK...... Leave p.
three pounds of gluten meal or oil meal Leave a. .. .. ....... .. .....Ilereelurtl (UeLand) .. ... ......... ...... Leav.. 100 p. 10. Miami 710a.: m.
830..m. ... ............ ......... .. Manforll.. .. .. ...... ... ...... ..Leave .80 a. m. all
of cattle.
\ per 1,000 pounds live weight Arrive Anlve loraIn. ..........................Enterl'rla......... ..... ............ Leave 10 011 a. maen'I No. 23 Miami and Nassau Special-
It1 The feeding of a nitrogenous comeeua Tailor car train loaves Jacksonville 8

t tate\ to supplement corn undoubtedly Passenger and Ticket Office, I 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. a. m., anlvlngatTHusvlIle 12:40: p. m.,

\II If stimulates the appetite and Increases r. M. IRONMONGER: JR., A8 t.Oen.Paim.. Age I'M Went liav St...rack olfVllle. Fla. I and Miami at 7:215 p. m.
tbe capacity of the steer for consuming V. O-COOPKa. Local Frt.Apt. Jaoknonvllle O P. LOVKI.L Superintendent Jacksonville
, Moot Hogan St..JaokHoiiTllle. Fin I No. 28, Palm !Beach and Miami Express
to advantage large] quantities of con- A.O. H\OKKTY. Oau'l Knitfn. P..a.. Agt.< New YorK CLYDB Mir.XB" Gen. Frt. Aftt., :New York, 5:10 m. Titus-
Miami at ,
'centrates. Hence this system of teetlI l ITIIRO. u. KOKlt.< Genurul Matmicur. WM. f CLV1 K CO. Cleneral Agents. leaves : p.
I'I, lag Is to be recommended where a, Cuaiiebrougu: Kulldlnic. 10 State St.,Opposite Battery. Park New York. vllle\ \:i3 a. m., and arrive at Jacksonville -

I finish Is desired. C. H. ALTON Agent Tltusvllle! Fla.Atlantic ] at 7:40: a. m.

quick Where conditions are such nft prev __. __..___ ..._._..___ __.._ _ __..__ ___ .n' ...-.. ____ Xo. 47 Miami and Nans,.\u Special-all

I -,Ucd Jn this experiment corn and cob Parlor: car train, leaves Miami 8:15 a. m.,

II I meal Is not so valuable for fattening ,' Cr Line arriving\ at Titusville at 2:50:: p. m., and

I steers. pound for pound ns cornmeal. Coast R'y. Jacksonville at 7:40 p.m.
The presence of the cob In grouud corn

does not appear to materially Increase

tho efficiency of corn for beef produc- The Great Through Car Line from Florida Conch Excursion tickets
tion or for combined beef and pork DEft AFFECTED: WITH BLIGHT. on sale Tuesdays and! Thursdays in November.

t production under conditions<< prevailing panlment of the so called blight of For information, time-card, etc,
In this test. beets; also a darkening of the outer TO TilK 12AST.

A given amount of corn and cob meal layer of the cells of the crown and Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence ., .,
! did not produce any more beef and basal portion of the petioles. via the Pennsylvania Railroad ".A..sk the get.tSouthern -
\ considerably less bret end pork combined -

than did. ear corn. Marketing Cotton. TO THE 'VI ST. ... .- .
, Cornmeal proved much more efficient Cotton reports show an Increase of The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. -' -- -
for beef production than belled :20,040! bales In the' total quantity of

L '" corn while for combined beef and pork cotton marketed Sept. 1 to 8, 1005 as TO THE EAST VIA STUAMSIIII. Railway
with the total quantity mar- '
compared Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Pl.. -\deldhla. Bos
keted during the same period last year.Consumption .
! ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
and Merchants' and Miners'' Transporttaton Company for Baltimore KFFKCI1VK, MAY 2a. IVOR.ARRIVALS .

I aud Philadelphia. ,I
Two Vestibule 'Imlnll 1ol18t. No.&II I No.20 NORTH AND WES'r. ,
7 'iu.. ...-- -- ,- !Ofd It!) '1.\j
re Jaekaonvtlle ) .. ..
, TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Lv, Jaekoonvllle..so.......... ......... "Ry.. 1140a U Ilia 10411p 7 Sep Iv Lv.lesupOa... .......... . 1'I''./eIiS
V. Jesup U"
,I Ii .. .. ..... .... .
Occidental Steamship Company. ......
Ii. Via Peninsular & Lv"'a..annah."' .............., IlClp 12t51Ar1lIacon.Ua. .... .... u" Ur
: i ie (lnlambla........... . ..: " 6111p 600... ArAtlan..UIL... ..... .. ,"
i ...... .......... " 102llpJ 6"a Ar LatmeM..... .. .
Jacksonville for all Points ArCharlotl. .. Ar1l..ltonOIL.. ... .... .... .... . .. "
1 Connection Made at ArGro..l1l>oro............... If 1:11\: 12 alp ... .. " I"
................ " i lla 2101' Ar.h..ttanOf. Tenn ;
.. ...., .. Ar l"xh1IftOIl. Ky "
ru. IIhti Fresh TICKETS. Rlchmon_ _. .... ... ....... _655a_ T_4 2p Arln"innatl.U: .., .... .. .. ; "
consumption. air exercise MILEAGE 2411 ... .. . ...:..- lilg F'nr lur r
Lwnch :: :: : : Lvl'lnchmatl. U. : ;
miles of the principal :::::::::: tea 10p "
nourishing food andScott's Interchangeable mileage tickets good! over 13,000 among I r / harlnttesv ArChtenge.; III .. ........ '
.. .... .. If 06011\ 0fll'/\
Emulsion will railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. I Ar Baltimore Wahington; .... ".... ".... J1 ;JI'a 11 2"1' Lv Cinclonarl U..irweetl'htladclplda .. .
come reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, I .....,. " I4dp 28"p ArChl"aKo.III...... .... .
For ...... .. ... " "Up 6Wa: I.v ,1."lnnatl 0.... ........ CII&I f:
it if thereis rNewYork: ,
pretty near curing FRANK: C. BOYLSTON, r ist. Pass Agt. W. D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt. ArChlcajto,III ... .. .,............M,....'" --
, anything to build on. Mil- 138 West Bay /St., Aster Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. No. &I-"Xew York and Florlda Exprea+'" L.. ncingatl. 0.. .. .... ........(,,11.I Ci!: IJ )'LP pa
,.. W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pass. Agent O..lIy Pullman Orawlnp; Room Sleep/ngCar Port ... ..
Traffic Manager. Ar Toledo, 0
,,\ lions of people throughout the U. M. EMERSON, WILMINGTON N. C. Tal11pa and Jacksonville to:New York. Arletroft.btleI.. . : :.:::::::...y, 1' ).[ ;. Lp J'p
No.3g-"Washingtnnand" Florida Llmlted; -(Ctnalnnat- l )....... ... -l ",py
world and in good .. -- ----------- Room Car.Lv .. :
S are living -- --- ---------- ------ --- Oally l'lIl1man Drawllllt Sleeping !Z1ttaburgPa.! : ...........
CCyO.t' health lung. onvllletoNewYork.. Lv'ln lRnatl. ()...... .. ...- ItIgP',, ,u ,' Lu 301'
on one .. > ... .. .... .
< I Ar'levelnad.0 .
SE. .JB<> LAND Oil' THE SIY"I : o.30 ""
t LOT 7 AT TIMB Or 1\U1\1tUTINO.\ immemorial the Throngh "THE Lvlexlnatnn. I\.y.. ". .. K!', "Ii, II';'
Stf.15 cwt. Hatlon made 41]I From time .. .... Arr\Ii vllle. Ky......... .. .. ; Iii
Market value per vJackonvdlr/b.. ..... &oRy 711II1'
up of corn and cob meal gluten .meal doctors prescribed cod liver AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR L" Savannah 0.. .................. :: :: 1:1: elilans. Ar St.Loula- lit". ....... 4v
I ollmeal and clover hay chaffed] r'olnnddnt4.C .. .... ............ 6 Ar..nnl A-T.-. 114110Ar
I p oil for consumption. Of A.h."lIIo.N.O........ .......... :: 1 sop ar. Blrmtngham.AIIL. .. .. .. ,
appehr to bo about Hot Springs. N. C..P\ Arl\lel11f'III.'fenn....,. ... Air
production they course the patient could not t r Knoxvttle.Tenn. .. .... .......... 60/lp ArK..nnaJI(',ty.1I(".. ..... .. " .
vqually eQlclent Cornmeal la not more ArLonl vllle. ................. .... I' 8 /MI11'. tblx, Tenn...... .... rip
d 'Hlolont for beef production than Is earcorn take it in its old form henceit SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, Ar.Lontn.. ................. ........ I. I 4 /Sill Jlem'HotaprlniraArk........ )a-
-.rCln-11111-tl. .. ...,.. .........O.'tC alas/ "IMNn
did very little good. Theycan WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, :NEW YORK X... 13-"The Florltl r.h."lt';: hnlP:: .t )i :"F:
F Ear corn Is much more efficient for 8fJ-O..lly Pullman Or..wlulr Room and veMtihllle tram thro.III1" day rnarhe+! tr'",ama
Ir take betweoo Jack8flnyUl8 and tn ( Ins
urea Bleeping Car J..kllonvl
,:, beef> production than In shelled corn. nclnnatL man Sleeping Care 1'rl "'e nr
/ This test Indicated that the supplement ', . Two Elegant Trains Dally . between N...1:1-: JlLl1kllOnvllle.Pullman Orrawtnlt lJlrllllllltl'PII'Hillin''' M. 'IDxK.nxae

/ lug of corn with nitrogenous concentrates SCOTT'S Eac..U.nt DlnlnJ Car. Service City and Colondo 1\1'1'111'_ __
I I used In this Instance increases Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.
the etllclency of corn and clover AT JACKSONVILLE.From .
I bay for beef production. EMULSIONand New York Washington,eta-No.211,"Washington and Florida Limped -'I1' .'
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. From New York Washington eta-No.33, "Washington anil Florida Expresn' "'
Clover IId.I From Cincinnati,Ashevllle,.tc-oi.29, "Washington and Florida. Limited" :::
I Of the thirteen principal clover need tolerate 'it for a long ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta ..to.-No.l","Florida Limited"., .

I, producing states one-namely, 11l1nol.rllIorts .
I f im Increased acreage; four time. There is no oil, not For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent OT. O. X.'1J'S Dlet. Pass. Agt.,

t I, namely, Ohio Utah California and Col- excepting butter so easily Seaboard or writeA. 108 West Hay St., Jacksonville. 1"3!

orado report no change In acreage digested and absorbed by the ,
S. C. BOTLSTON Plate Agt.
r. and all the other principal states report cod liver oil in the O. MACDONELL Asat Gen. Pass. Afjt. 8. H. HA UDWICK P.T. :M.,WaaiilnRton. D.c.::- wir.TAYLOEI.r.A.t's"l' 11
: 1 t decreased. In Ohio and Utah conditions system as JACKSONVILLE.: FLORIDA BROOKS MORGAN: A. O. I'.A- Atlanta..

aro reported 1 the "same, a* their form of Scott's Emulsion, -

,: ten year average, while In nil otherprincipal and that is the reason it is so BO YEARS' .
t conditions aro above
such av'rll" helpful in consumption whereits b EXPERIENCE

t use must be continuous. FOLEY'SHO
8 vr.lIoW Timothy wad Clo*..
A common practice In Iowa and other <3 \Ve will send you a IA Visiting Cards and Invitations

sr. states Is to sow timothy In the tall sample free.

with a light eeeaing of wheat or rye as .. EY ANDY AR

"ra i a nurse crop and early the next spring c Ba tur* that this 1t TRADE MARKS .-
.i t Rend the clover simply sowing broadcast picture In the form of DESIGNSCOPVRIOHT8
: Serious Results 4.C.An.nn .
anti depending U IIIthe spring/ a I.bella'on the wrap. Prevents .
*nn rEins to cover the seen EraO whether tul
', Emulsion buy. a tuv.nttntt ,In pmltHhlf patent AhlH. CiHnnimilrtt.
'It. tlnn.noll""hltl.nll..I.IiAN0800!( on I'nlenutit
:. jug Corn Crap. r Remember the nameFoIIJ's rr o. till i .t nil 4ni-y fur aerunngpat.ht...
Scott &Bowne Pitt1 if* *Nk i 1h- -uirb Munu den tvcolr
The official! statement for September] I and Tar. Insist tertw..e.., v if hnak chNrvtt, lu the

::' .: I o( the corn condition as H+ .5 is used as Chemists i Honty the S ciciHific i i JJiucrican. ,
the total yield ; having
the basU for estimating 409 Pearl! Street upon 5OO .I.OO A .nl1..I m..I" wr.klr. ,.........t elr
Thr suss! 2SO.
:*it 2.710,918,000 bushels! which Is nbout fm In of an,.ct.ntlao i'mrnul.: Tern ,*4 a
0,000,000 bushels larger than the prev New York Prepared only by -'t': montbL 5iud byavll neead..l.ra.l THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
I .. -- Chloaco. S819roadw.y. New York
mis high water mark, established! la j Jc.a.4''lal101..i. Foley*' Company. MUNN & Co.
Pharmacy. Stance uiilu. IrA F 8U Wuhuwtuo.D.u:
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JACKSONVILLE. CHINA ROUSES HERSELFHow eacu of CTie ttreo provinces named.' ; ---- -
through which the railway is to pass,
shall build its share of the line, and
SVINDSOU HOTEL . foreign engineers are to be employed

JACJSO VIT.T.E'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S Great Empire Is Adopt- as superintendents! of construction and Hotel Colonnades SKAHUEKZK, FMHIIDA.

LARGEST AND REST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL. ing Methods of Civilization. operation until natives can be educated ,
to assume the responsibility.MARKTWAIN'S .

Now open for season IdO.VO.{
} NKW OW lmSI1IP. < NEW MA .\n:30I.EYT.
lluuiorl.C. numeration to Detect and

Wllllniu E. CnrtU Sn>. t&. Olenlliil Ponl.li or .i>r*
!sow 1'In? Kootball*. llnnvlinll. Ten, Murk Twain bus taken up the cudgels Jutes Booklets,
untolsts null on Appllontlon.
erspeodiug ,
kin stud llttw A Nntlonnt 9i>nirVI k* ) against
characteristic! letter In Hurper'
In a
0 letlo :Meet lit \Vucli.... I.nrarl .It- novel lueu'nll ot l.S-12 OKO.: It. 11EN >IKTT, Sfanagor.1JAYTONA .
u o oa Weekly' ho proposes a
t..nd..II. Sons; SunK b y Oil- detecting and punishing! thorn lie

nose Student.
spoil l laws for nil If In good iu {(UACI:
The sleepy old empire\ of China: U
theory, and I believe It would prove
awakening very rapidly nud If fairly and tllspaaulouatoly -
1\"Pt'Ug'I' good In practice
modern Ideas with remarkable triad. Tho law dresses a Lone Bay Inn DAYTON DKACIf: FLORIDA.

says William U. Curtis. tho Chicago : convict In a garb which makes, bin Formerly (iooilull.First .

lkeordIlernld'sVashhigtou. correppauUeut. I Dually distinguishable: from uuy uiovluj
q+g..vwa.rwr I Private letters: tell of recent I thing In the world: lit 1115:; yards> excep dooreiiHt of roHtotltco. Mmes:; f l."i ltlt.. .f J: III; special by the week,

events of the greatest HlgII1I1'nll", a zebra: If ho escapes' In these clothe
which\ Illustrate \how rapidly the people he cannot got far. Could not this. principle 18-1 M H-I.: I, I)A un I r.\HTY, Troprletor.IIKACII .

bo extended to Include his broth .
arc throwing oil their old wuyx utidadoptlugthe -
cr criminal, the overspoeder, thud IDa k
features of modern clvllUatlou. Ing the pair fairly and righteously

Each of the new universities" and equal before tile law? Every day White House AN!)) 1)\YT():iA FI.OIUI..V.
: academies that Lute throughout America tlio overspeetle:
. _o ._ .
educate candidates l for otllce lu mod runs over somebody and "escapes.."

HOTEL West em sciences and foreign affairs\ has> u That Is. the way It rends. At prusvutlio SunbrccKO/ avenun, noon Ooiiiin and Automobile 1 Iviico Course

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. physical culture department, n gymnasium 'mobile numbers are so small !Uiuordinary Mouse Renovated Oooil. Northern Cooking! To mm moderate.
read them
eyes cannot upon
and other' facilities for outdoor

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened excl'w111.1.1') the direction of American a swiftly receding machine at u ills I 1.i-$ N:. T<. II\VAKI, Owner and Manager:
titmice of a hundred feet, u IU..tUUCti
this season. Fine cooking! and good table. Hot and Cold Water teachers or natives who limestudied which the machine has covered before 0 __

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All American or English schools.>. the spectator can adjust his focus. I
They have Introduced football, 1111<4. think 1 would amend Ute law. I M'ouliculargu 1 The Seaside Inn DAYTOVA) IJKACir, FLA.
s.-eet cars pass the door. Rates, j.to $2.1 0 per day. ball nud other American giuues> aud tin figures'' nail lUll ko thrum

track athletics> with great siiecens.' Not readable lit a hundred yards. For oveispeeding "' ,
i.rs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor
only the students, but their parents Urst. ufl'eimo, I would enlarge Is now open for the winter nnnMon, under the innniiKomont of the owner
niul friend uiid the public generally. the ilgnres' uguln and muko them readable !. IIOltACK F. NI'KWAUT, Ilindaomo and new, sltuatod on DI\ytona

I The New Travelers Hotel have become oiitliuslnstlc( on tho subject lit 300( yards, this. In place of a I touch, the hotel U inodmn In all Its appointments, with largo, airy, )pleasant -
the mid K ana Pier.
mind at the first truck meet ever lane stud us a winning to pedestrian rooms overlooking ocean opposite cut Ing's
Terms moderate,
-On the American and European Plan- held In the Chinese empire\ more tlum7OUO to climb a tree, this enlargumont to
Under new ma...!gement. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant students and pupils of the public continue two months, with privilege ot IIOUACK F. STKWAHT, Owner nod Manager.

f.nnily home. Rates: American Plan, #J.OO and $2 CO; European, I'Octs schools were present, with several thousand resuming the Hinnllor' llgiires after tile ; . .. __ _ __. _ ._ A.
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. other spectators. first thirty days upon payment of$;}Oll, 'rITrlsvr I.(.I':.

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The The meet was held Wuchang, In 1'j r each Hiibsefiuutit" oftonso reculurgemcnt .

beautifully located Kivurskle Hotel, at Green Cove ISpllngs, Is under the llupch pro\iuco. In the very center of for nix mouths, with prlvllego .

same management; China. '\'\1'hnu18 provincial capital of resuming the smaller figures Sembler Cottage '!'ITUSV'I I.LK[ FLORIDA.
and the residence of that great and, upon\ puynient of $1,0011( at the cut! or ,
ST. AUGUST IN 13. three.Vilh unto numbers. readable II.S
good viceroy, Chung Chlh Tung sometimes -
Open All tho Year Good 1 Itnuid! and Attention.iIEAtNARLE' .
called "tho lludstone of China"and fur as one could tell a convict from 11 ""
familiarly known us "the grand barber polo' none of these criminalsennui ItA1'E4.Two .

old man." Chang Chlh' Tung presided run over a person and .'.'......11110." doors from I1'. K. C. lUllway Station, Tltimvlllo'

nt the athletic exercises which gave Two months ago u touring 'uiobll JIHS. A. J. HK.MDLIOU I Proprietress.
HOTEL ALCAZAR AUOUSTINK.. collie within an Indeterminable fruetlon .
them additional: Importance and significance ----------
for he of killing a member of my family,
and the old gentleman ( PEACOCK TITIWVILI.K
Is past eighty years of line) bevnmo inrnucli aid Its'" number was out of sight ruikgt HOUSE, KI.A.

excited over the contests us any before tlio sharpest\ t'Y"ll't'14"lIt' \ could Flint-olaHS, Hoard nt UeiisonuUle! Bates UoHtHiiriiul' and. Retell (Oroeory In.
youngster In the Immense throng lie make It out It was HO small and the oonnuotlon. 111 H-I.: 1.1. I<. PEACOCK, I>roI1.

.& Now Open .;IEe awarded the prl/.es to tho winners with spectators BO dazed by momentary
fright./, I have had two narrow escapes
grout ceremony, thus making the event
In New York, and BO has everybodyelse. UOCICI.I'Un I':.
uu olUc'ul 1 tumid pun. It Is understood .
None of us ban !succeeded cap --- -- -
that these tournaments will occur every
turlnff the auto numlier. I feet 1 u sort
JOS. P. G1JEAVES Manager. year hereafter, and this will of personal Interest In this. suggroiteircfornij .
wake athletic training a feature of Hotel Indian River '

educational system of China. FLORIDA.) .
Perhaps\ the most Hlgnlllcnnt Incident
of the occasion. was the singing of n
Hotel St. ST AUGUSTINE FLO'HIDA. national hymn by the 7.OOO children Jumping KJ..rk.VIII Flank A -rClilt'ittfa <... ,
and students who had gathered for the C >llNe tournament. My Informant does not It situated In an Orange Oiove, timid In time heart of time garden spot of Florida.
\ promlMes to be the most star.thing
EXLARQEL ANn IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASOX. say who wrote either the words or the result of modern electrical In\'cll- A snb-troplcnl region on tile bank of the famous Indian River

music, but us Chang Chili Tung Is a poet lieu will/ bo used uu uu exposition to

of wide reputation and has frequently attract (attention I to the Chicago ColHCIIIU -
Elevator. Steam heat In every room. Private Bathe Elrst-chiiu up-to- written verses for ceremonial occa for the electrical trades exhlb. CUISINE HAMK AH AT KLIIKKON HOTEL: l ICLIIEKON: N, J.

date hotel. $2.50 and up per day. Send for booklet.M sins It ii. entirely probable that he lion to lio held! there next January, for

was tho author of the words, and they which plant are now well under way, Boating, hunting, Fishing, Orchestra, Eto.

may have been arranged to some foreign says the Chicago Chronicle. The Frank; Rooms with or wlthlng batliH. limes; .1.00() ) to 3.0O.;
R. MONTGOMERY: of Huestls House, Saratoga: Owner and Proprietor. air Intro.lu'f'lby tho missionaries
will furnish the
H. Dolts company muehlnery '
or natives who have been America.. for a jumping spark) create AIKoJ\lnllllgt\rofl r.ulqtNIrOTEr.) .
China has. never had It national hymn. from the lurgost number of ampere Elhoron, New York*

ST. AUGUS' She perhaps the only nation that has and tin highest voltage ever 1lro The Hotel Granada been without hence this little
one; The spark( will flash buck and forth
FLORIDA. cplModo nlso marks an epoch In Chinesehistory across the entire length of the' Collseuni >IIUICITT.RIVER : .
------- ---- ----
high above the oof, upon' a oplru! y
AtJll tlc sports have, been cultivated coIl connected with two big electron, MKHIWIT Isr.Asn. FIA.
beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opposite the Ponce eta In all of missionary schools and
tlcniunxtratlou will have the tho banks
This On of the
uppeunince lilver.Opposite .
Leon and Alcazar hotels. and used
Tao dairy, poultry vegetable products colleges and other Institutions under
In the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own f.\rm. Rates if2 M per day foreign teachers. There are cricketclubs of a huge uud magnificently Kocklodo and Cocoa Htatlons., Fine liontlng, Hunting, nndIUR. Flsh-

and upwards. Rooms, alcove, single or en suite, with or without private composed of natives In Shanghai, billllunt hash of lightning. lutes, per day, .-.I.r.0 ami t.t.OOj: ; per "o..k, $15.00( C and upward.
baths Special rates per week and to parties. For tin electrical show many other
Write for booklet. W. O. LORE, I'rop.
Tientsin nUll other of tho treaty ports
l*-lG. FULLER & McQRATII. features are being planned.! Homo of ,
la Imitation of the English: residents which will hu quite HeiiHiilkmul and all -

who carry their sports with them\ of which will be new It Is proposed .1\11:LBO U UN J':.

Florida House ST. AUGUSTINE:: FLORIDA. wherever they go. I have seen ninny to huvo tlio various" telegraph and cable --- -- - -- -
tennis courts In China, and the Country round tho world will '
club of Shanghai, to which mnny of companli-ii Messages' HOIIIO nice going by way of dug New Hotel Carleton MI'LROUIINE! \: 'LOHlJIA.

TOURISTS AND TnA.VEI.Ims': FAVORITE.Most the wealthy Chinese belong; has very FruucUco nnd others vlu New York ; lIrellnrl Jollnty.
t "I1I hf'Mt ami Healthiest Point on time INDIAN KIVKIC. Hotel
good golf links. At St. John's college, .
centrally located with all modern Improvements, steam heat; more la the suburbs of Shanghai, the students These iueHiig will leave the Coilscow with with verandai. Hiinltury plnnililnj, gnu-Unlit, bath rooms on
at the same hour each day thy every floor, and pilvntebntlis. fiiiniiuo' limK. and nooil drinking water
rooms with southern exposure than any ,other hotel In the city. have a football team and they eontust. Is on. Tim wireless telegraph Two blocks. from llullroiid station, nod hear Crane Creek launch

Accommodates 2-;>0. Kales $:2..Z<0 to .1.0O per day play baseball They have u glee will \have dally demonstrations, luau- harbor. Excellent: h'lshliiK and Hunting. Mattes: $:J per day and up.
club and banjo club, awl It Is Inter- gurntlng the Merles with a message to J. M. FKRdUHON.:;

}'. C. IIAYDEN, Manager.; esting to bear them singing the college I 1'reHldeut KooMevclt announcing the ---- --------. --

song that are so familiar to Americanears. I opening of the moat up to date eiposi:
1IAYTOXA. lion In HID Morld.There ,
Tbe Chinese, however, have very \
-- ---- few national sports' and athletic exercises. will be wireless teleplioulng A healthy winter resort on high pint laud,, over-looking Indian River

Archery has. been practiced for lu fact, It looks us though tho available Rates: |:j and upward/ per day. Special rates por week or SOIMUII.
Daytona House DAYTONA FLORIDA. UH.OCH) square filet will be too small to
centuries and has been considered an -Write for rates toK. -
uccomijuxlato tliu uppllcunU for space
admirable sport, and even now on the
Edison, the wizard, may be there, hlAhAU M, CAMPHKLL: JC. W. C'AMPIJELL,
Open all the Year. Block from Postoflice, Sank and Principal Stores. palace grounds at Peking tournamentsare I uud during the progress of the exposition -
often held In which famous bow Proprietor,
Hates: $2.00 per> day; special by the week.C. luuny/ of the technical clubs. and! '
men from different parts of the land' :;:'JI
aHsoclutlou from the various parks of
A. KENNEY, Proprietor. content for prizes. Hut foot races jumping "
well II/L7'II/Oltls' N. o.
the United l States will attend, UK .
Formerly of "The Kennlce." throwing weights, vaulting, football us organizations representing 1II til 1 III1t til
and other physical contests hare .

been hitherto uukuovru. The publicwas interests. .
--- -- HILTMORK N.
never Invited to witness such exhibitions Stud" ol icnall.h !. llvilco. Kenilworth Inn

The Cleveland DAYTONA FLORIDA. and they were never recognized "Mexico Is becoming Americanized PICA' : AMIJKVir.LK.
the officials until the meet at
: by and that very rapidly," sold W. J.

Wnchang In September. Peters :>f the state of Chihuahua to aWashington OPEN THROUOHOUTTHK TEAK.
There are many other evidences of 1'ost reporter. "The greatest

progress In the empln Last summer factor la tUft accoinpllahmeiit of .... : EDGAH U. MOORK, Piopiletor.NKW .
S. II. GREEN Proprietor. for the first time In history a matterof this result U the *pr.iil of time Kugllsbliinguago
xi-13 public policy was submitted to a .
lu the/ land of tho Moutexumas. ,
popular vote. The business men and When I Unit went down thure YOltlC.
property holders of Kwangtung, Hunan .
twenty years ago It was the exception
The Cedars and Ilopeh provinces were' Invited to meet Mexicans who could speak any -- -
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.NEW to express: their opInIons by vote lu I English while today It la heard In
publl meetings regarding the purchase Hotel
every city and town throughout the Marlborough
of the Hankow-Canton railroad cou-
republic. Moreover, the study of English
DAY HOARD. NEAR HALIFAX RIVEH. :-_ cpssloa from an American syndicate Is compulsory la the schools, and . .

I 18-12: MRS. W31. JACKSON, PKOPK. represented by Pierpont )[orgI1D. Hitherto young Mexicans are taking to It with Broadway, :With and :huh Street, Hew York, '
I viceroys and other authorities that before Renovated and trtriiifnrmed In
such many years Completely every department. Most cen
have acted upon their own judgment the youth of that country will be as trally located hotel on lJroadMa,.. KLKCTIUU LK1I1TB and TELEPHONE ,'
without reference to public opinion or fluent In IUuut a* they are lu theIr la evtorv room In the Itouve.KUJtOPEAN .
f The Pines DAYTONA. FLORIDA. the Interest of their constituents and mother tongue. An a matter of fact, PLAN don Kootns. 2(X) ) bnib rooms. Rates: $1.30 and upward
338 South. Are.A seldom been brave l without bath. $j and with bath. Parlor '
RIdgewood private citizen have the time l Ia coming when the KnglUh : upward bmlroom and bath 43:
, enough to question the wisdom or honesty language Is as certain to supersede ami upward. Parlor, two bedrooms ant bath t.1 and upward. ;t

I NEW HOUSE- of a viceroy la this case: however the SpanUh beyond the Rio Grande as HWEENEY-TIEKNKY: HOTEL COMPANY, '.

I Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Baths. Furnace Heat. I local Influence compelled the gel It did/ time Preach In Louisiana. It I II E. M. TIERNEY, Manager. '

: Rates: ti.50: per day and upwards. eminent to cancel the concession and the all conquering speech and Its dominance . ---. -- - _. - -0 _____ __ .__
purchase"" all the claIms of the ron-
of American continent la a
1"14 bias J. B. HIXSKY, Proprietress. es.londrgp! It l.. naz jjroBosed thai cea talnty," SEND YOUR JOB PKI.VTINO TO TIlt ADVOCATE.u .




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which the drilled the choir for the oooas. ?EN'NEY:: zj :s RA1_ ::t'rt_: :
i, NI k1 afe .IfK'fl'IfItit1t.... 11r...tMk..w'f................... XMAS IN THE SUNNY LAM, iou, and her well trained voice was a do- ::

; 1. "" I We have been dealers In dla- :t light to the vast audience that ol'er- THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS,
TT\ \/ -
I'A M 0 i, other stones flowed the aisle and packed the cllurch MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNIShE
? 1 : U ll I/ M m nds and precious IN TITUSVILLE AND OTHE to .Its utmost capacity. Before I the

since the establishment of our |: EAST COAST TOWNS. presents were distributed the Pl\stor,
lrl;,,' ; *. *************,H**********:* W. F. Allen, made a brief talk on
' s : business in 18' 8, and direct Importers for more than 20 years. t: What the "AI>VOCATE" Corrmpomlen. subject of "God's Gift to Man," in whl.b:: SCHLOSS BUGS'

Christmas. showed that the birth of Christ I had '
About he
= i Say
4 4 : =We save you the middleman's profitJKWKLKKS -KK Christmas Is over, and a good Inany revolutionized the thought of the world. -FlI I o Fine Read y-made Glottal:

residents of Titusville and elsewhere At the conclusion of the address! the
$ I 10 to $ I 8
.!It :: f I -* are rejoicing over tile many prison presents wero distributed and the little 4

: AVllITK FOIl Dun --tK they received and the merry Chrlstmi folks were' made happy as Wall Street :, + KNOX, STETSON and IIA\\
While Christmas Day I In brokers after a big day's graft. The
IMI'OItTaat 8, CAT A 1.0<1 UK. they spent ,1 j
JI' -Ksfc many northern cities was a day of snow, occasion was one of enjoyment and wl1l L Hats

IU St. Jacksonville, Fla. K at Tltuvlllo remembered.Some .
West Bay ------ ice and stormy weather, here, be long p $3. to $5

.' } .1i ***************************************************** Indian River, Florida< we had of our East Coast cor'espond., '
-. skies and pleasant" neaMoi LY.
-- ." - bright blue ante write the ADVOCATE as follows: SCHWAB CLOTniNO CO..
I'UIU'LK: IIKATIIKH.: able weather, although on this Chris ,4a
:E= .. L. 1 20TIOT and windows wel'e CHIU8'r (A8 A'r I.AOJIANOK. for
i' mas Day our doors ; Ready-made Clothing n BI: :
r11 Bluff heysinghoabnneI of purple ImattiBr, not wide open, an for several years past, LaGrange residents spent a l\fe'ry I t art '
Crimea with the mill, rrom my "dntir. old l land!t t f : $1.5O t to $10 All Si/ex
and summer clots: and the Christmas tree, as usual "
The I IrAKmnce. of the moors armed me hover and light,: shirtwaist XMas! ,
.r It I And carry memory hack to the hill so Kran. Ing were not much In demand., Betwee was I a grand success. An ADVOCATE i reporter -

rl 7 i r fa gtI 1 Dn' !Methinks. ,with I sea royal lien. .Lady Mitloiidorlti'' ,tow'rlnff the to sunset the olniulilituHHHit Klo. ,, 10 a. m. and :1:00: o'clock p. m. the thermometer leached LaGrange hurch when I ,, : yr,.t EDWIN CLAPP and CKOSShoes -

1': Again I m hor roliail In trailing, mlH'lehrollcl"' I registered, low as 58 I in the the distribution of a wagon-load of preR- 9r r
And again. ,envolopiiil. In a ".. i ;r tj1
Day the taken and when
I 1 ahude, while last Christmas ents had nearly place
1 have rowed on the hnnom or Loch Kutliorlno,
And pfleedeurepturedonInch. ,lull,dnleand. thermometer registered 82 The weather Mr. Tom Johnson and all present wel'e ,. $3 to $6.5O

I The far HKV distant: peaks showed steadily, between however, was appreciated( by man In high glee over the pretty souvent y q
While birds ming gaily In the hantliur near by and there were very few complaints as given and received on this festive occn+ x MANHATTAN\ and QUAKFI-$

lint wbere fair Lnnarolgnodglnrlrnisand. bright: to the oool temperature on this occasion Ion., As usual, this was one of the largest L .
en"Ided. .. mantle readlnr out afar Shirts
Her star Hi>
II Fringes! with. the hills,and the winding cbrynta The stores in Titusvillo did an Im- Christmas trees on the East Coast CH LOSS Res.&Co.
rills business during/ the holidays, Florida. There was not a person prell-
r rP to tits of the stars. manse ncClollipa Makers SOFT and STIFF FIH' >N
Bang a melody queen '
I Iyr r!/ and the exchequers of our merchant tot at the tree but received! something( aen,..,. ad nw.r w
P IY I Tha winds vlrlnff with the rills In noiitaqy _. $1.25 to 200. p
Canoe sweeping, ; o'or tin hills\ ,and. through tin were considerably Increased. Titusvlle'! If only apples and candy. Everybody At all times a complete stock of every- -- -

t ; -.m wrrkb' Swelling:hraken: tr.len a adghty/oymra, / nyini.\. streets were fairly crowded with shop was remembered. The ADVOCATE bas thing that MEN AND BOYS WEAK. QUEEN} QUALITY

', Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, And the old oaks rustled a subilueil' refrain. pars on Saturday, and a big pile of dol lot seen the programme gotten up for All goods marked] In plain flgures-

I Ales, Stout, Etc. I 3o 8oennn. clings! like, these,memory fondly. ,firmly lars changed hands. he above occasion, so cannot publishn It Strictly One Price to All. Shoes for f Ladies$2.5O

orders! Though 1 now I dwell on a lovely! : !.<.ire,, On every hand were signs of )'uletldpamong this Issue.
3en l theta to
1'I' 1 n dT < me your Yet, Duly:: a breath from "8oote'ranil ADVOOATI Mall orders' a specialty.
TITUSVILLE and COCOA: FLORIDA sprliiKHIx .. our residents-the CHRISTMAS AT M1M9.
.>nKln liberally ,
---- more edItor, also, being The Sunday school Christmas tree wall These brands are I'eoogulzed leader I In style, fit and finish. Sold only bv 'al "

I.C. II. by friends In and out of town, with pretty a decided success Miss Taylor had prepared SELL THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY,
iPI ''d Robbins & Graham Co : pl'ellents-useful and ornamental. a program, which was well ret --.
CHURCH NOTICES. Christmas Eve was one of the most The tree was beautifully deco -

1 r (luoorporatnil.) unpleasant In many years, for It rainet ted with useful and ornamental present .....0.................... ......N...............

j PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00 Rev .t M. Walker will officiate an follows almost Incessantly; but the bright sunshine !tlr. P. W. Roberts acted as Santa: Claui: , Du. E. R. Reaaxwoonlteglstered; : OtPHARMACY e'
; ; y much F A
wan appro
; the day
I This company owns : and was dressed becoming to Old Santa, :
1 Cocoa, St. .Mark' churoj.-, ; :Morning slated. vliich pleased the children and ol"sed .

tI "L: .E N :c s., prayer, 10:30:: p. m.lltusvllle . The Indian River Band performed a the elders to Imlle.CURlSTA8 .

the Indian RIvet Country; Ou the 8tLticle :! St. Gabriel's church.-Eve' sholce selection of popular airs, on the'
r tand-stand, about 0:30:: a. m., which was AT BOCKLEDOB. i
Ulvor at Now River and on Bay, ning prayer, 7:30: p. m. I RED
i1 was much appreciated by those present Christmas was a very enjoyable day 1,
officiate follows
Kev. J. W. Walker will as
Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. A number of masqueraders, on horse at Uookledge, and some very excellen

Send for Land List : rack, paraded the streets during the day, Sinners were enjoyed. lIon. and Mri :
and Fla. Melbourne, Holy] Trinity church.Morning and fireworks were much In evidence! II.[ S. Williams were entertained by Mr .

l p U Offices at Titusvillo Mla.ml" prayer, 10:30:: a. m. t 13: the delight of the small boy. "nd Mrs. J.V.. lUttenfield; Mr. and1lra. :. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Oallie\ bt. Johns church.-Bible
Many houses In town were nicely de [ Rossiter and Aaron Hunt by the .
East Coast Meat Market class, 3:30: P. m.; evening prayer, 7:30p. : orated for this festive occasion; several Lev. and Mrs. Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Lori -\ Complete Stock

p' u m. Christmas trees were In order for the hart and family and Mr. and Mrs M.! C. ;

: t (1. 11', DUREN, Agent. Monday, Jan lilt, Festival of the Cir children at their respective homes; and almon by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White; i PURE DRUGS AND I SSUNDRIES.lr

cumcision. Inner and egg-nogg parties[ were numertus Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Averill) by !lIr, and1Ira
:!3C" Cocoa, Sr. Marks church.-Holy Communion : around town. [ 1>. P. i: JOB; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. : ypre8cilptlons Filled with .,

-. at 10:30: a. m. There' was n ball in the Opera housen reese by !Mr. and !Mra. C. D. Provost, Utmost Care and
Services will be hold! by the Pastor In > Christmas night. It was largely attended and Mr. and Mrs. Covert and Joe Ne :

c:> w the Methodist chinch, Titusville, next and the merry dancers, l tripped kirk by Mr. and, Mrs. Zimmerman.The i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

h,1 $ 5 C>> Sunday, Doc. 31, at 11 a. m., and at Co- he.light fantastic until nearly one a. m, Christmas entertainment held atthe

I :>> joa at 7 p. m., this being a 5th Sunday. Christmas trees and ser- Presbyterian" church on Chrlstma
There were
3 All are welcome vices In the following churches in Titus- evening, was a very enjoyable one. Tin i Toys Novelties Souvenirs Etc,

fn pcy:: k llle: tree was nicely decorated, and numerou ,
"i rat . MARRIED. EPISCOPAL THEE. resents, besides candles and nuts, wen !
1,1'?1 i'p It C'a There was a lino Christmas tree at the given the children. The selections wen : Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery BrushesToilet

The following is from a former engine IplHcopal church, Titusville, on Christmas all 1 freely rendered, showing Mrs A. Mil.lar . Shoulder Braces! Fine Candles, and ,all other article kept
Articles ,
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.J. eer of Ibo Canaveral Club poet of boats, Eve, and It was well loaded with our music teacher, to be a very eftclent !- : ,

pr 1 - and we tender hearty congratulations: resents for the Sunday School children, Instructor. She was ably assisted : by up-to-date drug stores.

t + L. MOI5LEY ,tditorEust: Coast Adrorat( : each of whom received a present. Itwas by f Mrs. C. H. Willlfred. The church' : Z3J'We Rive prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.

s !th'. and Mrs. Allen Fletcher announce strictly a Sunday: School tree, ando was decorated with palms and a beautl .......4........... ''J 1
collection of from A. Ml1Iar'sgreeDboutie. ..................................
ful plants
TTTUSVILLK FLA. Miss members of the Episcopalr
/ the marriage of their daughter, presents' for . . .
( p" Contracts for all kinds of Painting, 1a1.t Hargniet May Smith, to Mr. Orrin Chase any other church were placed upon Itfor ...'.
o d somlnlng, Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging Journe, on Wednesday, Deo. VUtb! 1005(}! ; distribution. Rev. Millldge Walker CHRISTMAS AT OKOKGIANA.!: .............................................

11tA', at the moat reasonable price Mass. At borne Tuesday, beld short service and a pleasing
ll Sea View a Christmas at Georgiana was a great
1 1 t :r t consistent with good workmanship, January KJthat eight o'clock; 21 Boll- dress! to the children. During the ccess as usual. When our young peopIe 2 C.i D.

k All Work on the East Coast vale Street Linden, Mans. evening Christmas: carols wero sung by undertake things of that kind they ..

h tho obolr,oompOle *' for
Ji Esycclnlly' Solicited:\ Professor Pupln to Build Goo (loads Irs. F. A. Morgan, Mrs. J. Lorlllard, most excellent, Mrs. Handy, Misses *' O. I. filandavllle, the Jeweler, Is ready ( e

Lot me knowjwhat you want and get my I'rofessor M.; I. Puplu of C'olumblit[ and ilesars.\ Chas II. Walton and Percy aachey, Emily Bond and Nellie Owen,, Business In his new location. tltl

} 4 1; estimate on It.; Prompt attention college, the Inventor of the nciMin" telephone O. Walton; while Miss Daisy Brady ably AIr. and Mrs. Munson, Miss Cora andOuy tltl,

,' ,i given to all work. who building a Urge:! << vllln und resided at the organ. Miss Fannie are all good singers. The recitations __ 4 4I
tlioimundx of dollars: developing i
Dodge also sang a very appropriate song. were all good and gave evidence of Repair Shop Optical. minipoKtfllce
huudritln of acres of rocky and :: Sates room i Cf e
s l ( Stanley Kitcliing marshy land In Norfolk N Y.,' hat offered nAI>TI9T THEE. ireful study and training. Misses Edna I 31.sonle. n....,... (fundingj.
I laborers there $2 a day for nine Sunday school had! their Bond, Jennie Wlttfeld, Nellie and Beth i
Dealer In- The Baptist
aI 4 i hours' work and $5 a day for teams to llruner, Winnie Dixon, Nina Baldwin,, *************<
Christmas( tree on the afternoon of ***************************************
t I t FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS work on his place, says the New York and well attended eramie Wittfeld and Ollie Page and -- .
lirlstmas was
<: Day,
lernld.[ As a road builder Mr. Pupln Masters Walter and Clayton Carter,
1c 4 k Tobacco, Pipes, Candies, Fancy China: ball few equals say Norfolk people. by the members of that Sunday school. Hiram and Jobnie Dawley a11spoke &: ::seO.:: ,
I Hobin .D-Z
and Temperance Dilnks. EZi. ::se.:: ,
the was
that public .
t F I; I delivered [first he lays oM ,trees! across the roadway 'fo are Informed _
The following brands of cigars their pieces well, but as theywero
I then a layer of evidence however, as nonotice
to be Improved, not much In -DEALERS IN-
box of i 0
1 :
Y at $3.23: : per announced I cannot the
I rocks and stonos, then the branches of the in the last not give PRODUCTS
was given I of same ALL FOOD
West Smokers, Promos,, GRAIN AND HAY
Ilumboldt Key GROCERIES
h coat subjects of them. Then .the wonderful
the tree and lastly a heavy tbe ,
l young and for same ,
Cubanas, j'ohalskl. Issue of tho ADVOCATE, >i
Cremo, FER
I s of gravel and small stoneR, which grad- was tree with its heavy crop of presents We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES j ILlzf Jlfe !!>
M''' k Flinch Cards, roc<> \ Hand Made Palmetto ually work their way down. ,The result >moo, no ADVOCATE reporter present theme was harvested. much to the delight of theIILtte deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all |
.I unable to give station.E.
Hats, 23o. therefore we are at
delivered your
bard and Immovable roadbed for on Grain and all Groceries,
is a folks and their friends. ers. Write us prices FLA.
STUART, FLOKIPA. aa elaborate a mention as it delIerves. TITUSVILLE,
I L r which the waters cannot tear to pieces. L. BRADY & BRO.

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E. Vesey Hall, XX Wood for Sale. MKT1IODHT TREE The Methodist Sunday School at EallGallle
, Xk: I Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock an en- did Itself proud In the Christmas ..AG1"VE: : .
: I I Georglana, Fla. Pine oak length. See or ad- half the
or any luslastlo gathering of nearly exerolses I on Monday evening. Everything -
'' ', Bon: ; B"U.:11d.orAgent : dress J. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fin. whHe population of Titusville, witnessed went off like clock work from beginning -Dealer' In- AN'!

f for eSUlerlor Motor. Cleaning and 1'resslnjf.! the brilliant Christmas tree display attbe to end. The longs and reoltatlons STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT ;
Claus was
Methodist church. Santa '
and motion exercises of the cnlld-
i{ t Have 4 h. p. on hand; call and see it. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
I and furnished on All work done up-to-date. Call and refuse In! the distribution of gifts, and ren-all bearing on Christmas-were of TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Estimate prices
ee me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor the young people were made glad by a light order, and rendered almost per-

.' application Barber Shop:! on Washington: avenue. umeroua presents received, and the 1mDartlal fectly. The exercises reflected greatcredit
manner in which they were distributed. those who trained the
upon young Wm R. Walker
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS, i Great credit la due Mesdames folks for the entertainment, viz., Mrs. '

Patented In all countries. Only tackle A. P. Conova, A. D. Penney, E. E. Rol- ', 0. C. Houston, Miss Snell and Mils -- Dealer In ;+

k '' Brewing Asso's block of the kind In the world. Fitted lins and W. F. Shoemaker, who worked Roesoh. There was a large oongrega- Staple and FaD..c'37" Qrocerl.eS""rFJ'lt.i. : :

: with the Walton-Vinton Roller assiduously to make the occasion an emInent tlon> present, filling both the auditorium

1c i IamousSC.LonlsKegsnd Hot Bearer. Useful In any place where ( success and that they thoroughly and the lecture room. .ts and Vegetables,

t ( i I tied IlmrBulil I II hoisting Is dono. With these blocks succeeded Is evidenced by the many expressions The tree was loaded with presents, Grainanal: Feed'Your

rc i by Messrs.I.A. Lousy and I ".
A M t B.kbtetlnwTltuslllefla.t Thousand sold in the north. Call Ides. The muila was unusually fine, t kind remembrance of friends. There Patronage Solicited FLORIDA.

1 B Mr.' K.I- Mutlow,Coco*,Fla, and see them In working order at this the choir being composed of )Ir". C. J. waa a treat of llSlba. of candy, nuts, TITUSVILLE, -

;t 1 office, or the store of Jas. Pr It chard A Denham, )In. Harry Wilson, and Misses and raisins for the children of the town.The -- .

JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., Son Tltu ville. Kate Stewart, Mamie Burt and Fannie tree waa free for the use of all who FACTORY.

lq f Budge, Rev. W. F. Allen and A. D. Pen desired( to make presents, and It waa atreat INDIAN RIVER ICE

Sole Distributors, Dade County Laud For Sale. ney. Mrs. Harry Wilson's voice was In for all the little folks In town-no TITUSVILLE, FLA.
For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof tine tone, and a solo rendered by her (Jne being excluded. Everybody seemed b )prepared furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend

t ;;4 'it j t 610 to 620 West Bay Street southeast quarter of section 3, town. was thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. W. T. to enjoy a good time, and went away paid sacking for Yachts or for family pse. Fair dealing U my motto.T. i
south of 4t east close to Wlnterhager,; added mach to the enjoyment feeling happy.
t JACKSONVILLE FLA. ship 38, range ; WETMORE, Proprietor. J C
r O. K. Wood' pineapple plantation onSt of the occasion by rendering an
I John White & Co. Lucie River; 40 acres. exquisite vloline solo, with organ accompaniment -
Little Miss. The Xmas tree and exercises at the
hire Denham.
LOUISVILLE. KY. Also, the northeast quarter of northeast by I
quarter, of section 13, township 3d*, Fannie Budge la het sweet childish Epllcopal church,last Monday afternoon, END YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCAI
decided The church,
Bolo "The Babe of Beth was success. waa
outh, of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt. voice sang as
and delighted her hearers. Too, orowded with Tlstora and children, whowere
Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply to leham,
ba accorded all pleased with the nice presents .
could hardly
CRAS n. WALTON, much praise PRINTINGr
Titusville Fla. Mra. Denham for the able manner In Santa Claus had brought them. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB


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