Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 5, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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1O. NO. SO. TITUSVIL.L.E FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1OOJ. PRICE (Co.CAL :) p '

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NEWS Dolan It. Wnlkcr: & Co., The Un-To-I>ute Clothing House Right Out of the Rand UO"l:" West 'Fit rsville! .'rOIt'rt11"., bo found on our 7th page servos some ,
> For Sulo. of the finest dinners and luncheons to be .

fee of General Interest. Carries a full line of Clothing, Gent The only store' of its kind In the city. That Is the way a nice looks and feeli obtained anywhere In this country. The 'j"
> Fine residence and tract of laud 1, containing
Furnishing. Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hate, Our leaders: whom he buys a suit of Clothes or t nt Cafe Is a few yards north of tho RoyalPnlnHnna
21 of which Is a Fine
acres part
BoaohvThis
Capo, Underwear Shirts, etc.; Trunks Schloss Bros. Clothing. Overcoat from grounds, at Palm
ding notice ads. are ten cents ORANGE GROVE The RESIDENCE: ) 13.Brotton :;. t.,
( Umbrellas Dress !Suit:: Cases' etc. Stetson Hats JULIUS KLINE, tine Cafu will open on January
i this page. Is now and In perfect condition throughout
THE ADVOCATE, Also Dry Goods, Millinery Notions, Knox Hats. Tltusvllle, Fl.i. Residence contains eleven room, I. Inn, Ormond Beach, under 1 '

Furniture, etc. ]I awes lists the of Mr. Wm. S. Kenney
management'
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and
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her annum, In advance. exclusive of Bath r>om Pantry ..
will
-Mr. Wm. It. McFarland probably
A first-class Dressmaking establishment Edwin Clapp Shoo Is and entertaining a number
six: months, China Closet Hot and oold water i In now open,
countries. attached to this store. CroHsett Shocs.Manhattan In a few days, leave Peru Indiana homelike hotel .,
|er an. to foreign bath room, kitchen and pantry. Hath of !guests It Is cosy, ,

|m subscribe for the ADVO- JOHN. R. WALKER & CO., Shirts.' fur Titusvillo.Mrs. room has sanitary closet; Laundry has situated on n high bluff, and commands" .:

he year, It does not cost you TUB I-AUOE JIItICK 8TOUK. E. & W. Collars, and L. H. Bruce, of Evanston, Ill\ ,. sanitary' closet and water facilities. mitgnlllcent view of the Atlantic ocean .}

i per week, postage; included Tltusvllle, Floiida. Queen Quality' Shoes for Ladles. who has been with her husband at the Water, good and plentiful. and one of the llnesc benches In the

,e of expiration printed upon Mall orders a speclaly.See Itaulover for a while has returned i ti Barn :24ft.x0ft.! ;! new and up-to-diito world. Read the 11.<1.
or wrapper every week. This -Mr. Edgar Freeman, one of Phila our large display ad. on 8th ')1
f page Tltusvllle.Mr.1 In all its arrangements.' Carriage house The Grand Atlantic hotel, Daytona,
t for your money. No need delphia's well known hunters is expected
,'end receipt for subscription In Tltusvllle to-morrow. PKNNKY & BHANNINO, J. R. Baxter, of Lynohburg,, adjoining barn. Water In barn managed by Messrs. Jnmes Johnson A

fives It to you. The Up-to-date Clothiers Tone, father of Mrs' A. Wagoner ha Largo Chicken House, consent Moor, Sons IK now open for the winter season, ''

-\IrR. W. T. Wells, a prominent Men's and Boys' Furnishers, been In Tltusvllle\ for a week or so, enjoying also supplied with water. as will he soon; by the ail. on our 4th ;
for sale at the Red "
JATJCS TItusville. resident of Melbourne was a pleasant Tltusville\ Fla. a visit with hU daughter\ ; and son- Grounds, surrounding! house, under page Tills la.. cony, up-to-dato\ hotel 1
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Tmacy, visitor to Titusvllle last Friday in-law. good cultivation. Shrubbery etc beautifully located on the bank of the

IVCH has returned from a -Rev. Mr. Henderson, of Cincinnati To be to be appreciated.A Halifax] river. Road the ad. '
ert DR. F. II. HOUGIITON Is still attending and soon
-Mr. and l\Ir. F. T. Budge family; ,.
0., is a guest of Mr. T. A. Snider:; at bis
visit at Fort Pierce. to business at the Indian River beautiful winter home at Hobe Sound of Miami who had been spending tho A \ decided bargain for somebody Mi. Harry E. Farlntosh lists arrived at ,

will be work to attend to In Hotel wharf, Titusvllle. :See: him before Christmas holidays with Capt. and Mrs, CHAS. T. McCov Miami to accept the position as acting "

ver Lodge; No. 00, F, & A. :M., be leaves -The Misses Ruth, Maude and Grace James Prltohard left for home last Fl'ldny. lw 'Titusylll, ]<'11\. cashier at halcyon Hall. Mr. Kurln-

next Wednesday evening. Harilce, throe of Rockledgo's popular tosli Is a popular hotel man, and.was. '
Quite a largo congregation greeted; Miss Charlotte Wood of ,Jacksonville)
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young ladies, were pleasant visitors i with Mr. Louis Cole at Niagara for one .t
'shipment just' received of liar-: the Kev. Mlllldge: Walker at St. (Gnbilel's Titusvillo a day or two this week. THY TIlE DE-TAN-ATED COFFEE.! Is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr.f and or two seasons. Last summer was spent ''i,

Imperial and Breakfast 'Del. ] Episcopal church, Titusvllle, last Sun It's pure and harmless oven for Inva Mrs Joseph Arthur, of Hobo Hound., I
Master Rufus Robbins and Miss at tho summit, (House, Poland :Springs
at Wagoner & C.o's. day eveningMr. lids Wagoner & Co. i
Louise Brown who had been spending WE h HAVE SOME BEAUTIFUL PREsents ,

R. Walker has rented his four and Mrs. ,J.I""'. B Priire, of the holidays with their parents In Tltusvllle -Mr., Jaa. N. Dewitt and wife, of for New Year. Call! and[ see Me.Mr.. H. W. Merrill manager of' the

tags in North Titusvllle, to i a Brooklyn, N. 1"'.. are spending a couple[ \ returned to Rollins\ college, Winter Lansing, Mich., who arrived In town a them at the Red Cross Pharmacy Tl Hoy alt on, New York, and the Royal Palm tot I'

from Atlanta, Ga., who are ex. of weeks at Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville Park, on Tuesday few weeks ago are now settled one of tusvllle.Mr. Hotel Miami, accompanied by Ms private ,: "
ore leaving for Rock ledge for the winter Walker's In the north end
about January Oth. J. cottages has arrived at Miami for r
Robbins secretary,
and Mrs. George M.
The Ladies' Guild, of St. Oabi lei's -
:. A. M. Rogers, of Jacksonville, a season. Episcopal church, Tltusvllle will be en of town. of South Tit II II vllle, pleasantly entertained the season. Mr. Merrill will give his .I ,,

mploye of the ADVOCATB office, Fresh lots of Nichols' CHUSIIED! OATS tertained by Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, at -!Mrs. '1'. A. Snider who recently underwent the Misses Maude and Grace Haidoe,, undivided attention from now on to pre- 'ft '

couple of days or so In Tltusvllle just received at Wagoner & Co.'s. her residence In South Titusvillo, thin an operation for appendicitis In of Itocklodge; and Mr. and Mrs. I). 13. palng tho house for opening January 8, "
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bis old Now York will\ join her husband at Dr. 14', H. Houghton, Mr. for what promises to be the biggest/ sea- .
it of the week greeting -Miss McAlister. of Washington, Oi.; (Friday) afternoon at three o'clock. Prltchard '
tenth who Is spending the winter In Eau Gal lobe Sound this week, to the pleasure' Chas H. Walton and Mr. I. 11'. Spenceron ion In Its history. Mr.\ !Merrill has many 4/
-The two little girls: of Mr. and Mrs.. of her friends. Wednesday evening.In friends along the East Coast" who gladly .1, \
Wm. 1\[. Brown president of the lie, was a guest of Mis Geo. M. Robbinsof Wm. Uindle, of Cocoa spent last weekIn many welcome him back. T ,I'

alias National Bunk, Miami ; and this place, from Sunday until Monday town visiting their young friends, GOING AT A SACRIFICE, all our New this Issue we make the announce

esident of the Indian River State afternoon.' Misses Helen Wilson and Leah Losley. Year's Presents Call and son thorn ment of the engagement of 1>1'. B. F. Lehman TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS. a

ritasville, has been spending the WANTED, by January Oth, two experienced On Sunday they returned to their home without delay, at the Ked Cross Phar to Miss Edith Hay lor. and the marriage '.. .

's with his family in Tltusvllle. hands to clip and pack oranges: accompanied by Helen and Leah who macy Titusvllle, Fla. will take place In Juno, Dr. Lehman The following hotels anti boardinghouses

48 Frankie Stewart, who has been Address, Samuel W. Greene Mtcco, I will spend this week with them. -Mrs. A. J. Lovelace, wife of Capt. Is a prominent physician of Home, along the East Const are now ; M I '
City, O. and is one of the most populargentlemen r'
ug the holidays In Tltusvllle, with Fla. I -Mr, R. 1>. Paddlson\ Jr., who had Lovelace, of Tampa, has been In 'Titus In that section. of Ohio Miss open as will be seen by their ads.on our 1 '

,,'nt8. Mr. and Mrs A. A. Stewart Judge J. D. VanDeman, Delaware,, I been attending the wedding of his sister,, vllle since last Friday visiting her sister jaylor; Is a resident of Arden 0.. whore 4Ui and 7th pages: "\',1.1,i !

i jcd Tuesday to St. Augustine, to O., was a passenger on Wednesday's I. Miss Annie E. Paddlsou, stopped oil lure E. E. Rollins. Capt. and Mrs\ she has a host of friends. She I Is well Jacksonville 4f, I

f.f.her i studies in St. Joseph's Cath- train, en route to his cosy winter home here, Sunday, to make a short visit with Lovelace formerly resided at Miami. known at Daytona, where site Is greatlyesteemed The Hotel Westmoreland Windsor.

: 'event at Rockledge, for the season. His wife )Ir, and Mrs. Geo. :M. Robbins and family, Captain Lovelace will join his wife In by a large circle of friends New Traveler .1 '

' od JAMS Sunbeam CORN; one and daughters; will follow next week. while on his way to Eau Gallle from Tltusvllle this week. who will gladly join the ADVOOATH In Magnolia Springs.Magnolia.- ;c

, the market Point Caswell N C. and Mrs Geo. M. Robbins who happiness > : Springs) hotel. t ,
Miss
he highest grades on Highland Park Cottages! at Eau Gallic -Mr. wishing Saylor every '

goner fc Co.'., Tltusvllle. Fla., overlooking Indian River, good -There has been a change; In the staff went to Point Caswell N. C., to spend! advance. St. Augustine The Alcazar. 4 t

'. LeSeuer Oaulden son of Judge fishing boating and hunting, short distance of the Eureka Fish Co., Tltusvllle. Mr. Christmas with Capt. and Mrs R. P. ADDITIONAL LOCALS:: will \be foundon Hotel St. George. J' I
L.V.. Halle has retired from the management addlson and to attend the wedding;
[
Irs. D. L. Gaulden of Tltusvllle to Ocean Beach, all new and nicelyurnlehed our 8t.h. page.I..rnhlhetl Jo'Jorltlalouae..
,
Land has been spending the lioll- 4.;5 and 7 rooms each. Photos and his place Is filled by Mr. Mrs. Robbln8' sister Miss Annie Paddt- Granada Hotel. , '. "
application. Louis Alexander; while Mr. R. W. Cau- son, returned to Tltusvllle on Friday I loon To Kent. Ormond Beach-
and full particulars on
, |with his having come ,
parents,
I thon holds the position of secretary and afternoon saying they had a delightful Bretton Inn ;
; Conn. where Those. requiring treatment for for Renton I
from New Haven eye Large Furnished Bed-rooms =
treasurer. Colonel D. J.. Gaulden Is nett. The wedding came off with great Dayton
student at Yale University. or nerve troubles, or requiring new the Wm. &[. Merwin place at Rock- Grand Atlantlo hotel-
of the the bride received not only
and
president company. trial
will do well to await the next hotel. Day tona House. 4t
glasses, New Rockledge
aster Frank Stetson Fort Pierce, WHAT YOU ARE heart) congratulations from a host of edge; opposite The Cleveland. fj"\ 1' ; ,.i'.".
JUST
visit of the renowned eye and nerve specialist WE HAVE Box 73 .
to ,
md been In the hospital at St. friends but valuable Apply The Cedars , ti
a great many pres :
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Dr. E. II. Armstrong, of Jacksonville looking for in the way of a pretty pre 17 3 Rockledge, Fla. The Pines.The 'Ii:' ,
tine undergoing: : an operation for ents. The ADVOCATE acknowledges receipt -
,
\ who will be in-Titusvillo\ on sent for New Year. Call and see all\ Ivy Inn. #t t.1
,
,ileitis has been In Tltusvllle this of the bridal cake.
of
some
and Mr. January 22: ; Cocoa, Jan. 23; Merrltt the lovely articles at the Furnished Cottage For )tent.A Seabreeze .
his uncle
aunt
visiting January 21. Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle.Mr. -Seven room cottage ((3: bedrooms The Clarendon. I
rs. Chas. T. McCoy at their beau- toilet {5-roomod Furnished Cottage on The Colonn e.. ; :
cold i
bath hot and water, ), If
tome In West Tltusvllle. HAVE: YOU SEEN THOSE::! LOVELYNew -: R, W. Rhodes, a former prominent room, wash house HeVv- river front torrent Daytona Beach- I .16 'I''
attic screened porch ,
Year's presents at the Ked Cross merchant of Titusvllle, but now of Apply to HJX 73, Seaside Inn. '\ .
YEAR'S PRESENTS. We are ant's small stable ((2 stalls), and
Pharmacy Tltusvllle You certainly Miami stopped over here from Tuesday quarters : 7.3[ Rockiedffe) Fla. Lone Bay Inn. ,.
r receiving one of the most pretty, to view bin. fine carriage house; smoke house for gameneat White house If {
should get one of them for your wifeor until Wednesday, orange "'
o-date line of goods for Christmas hammock. He hen house and runways, acetylene The Pinehurst. 'of t
In the Turnbull. HOTELS.The
best girl. grove; AMONG THE :
ents you ever Maw on the East was returning homo from a business gas, cistern, tank, windmill. Grounds Titusvillo-SomblerCottage. ...I r fl

it. They are superb-looking art- Among the pleasant callers at the trip to' New York. Business. In Tltus are 130x17511: l piped for water supply ADVOOATK Is on file at all the Peacock House. ;}' I

i, so do not send away for anything office last Saturday, war Dr. C. A. fleet, vllle Is much Improved since Mr. Rhodes 111[ the garden! ready for use, are tomatoes best hotels In New York city. Merrltt River View Hotel.

we have just what you want. Re. of' \hlode Janeiro, Brazil.' Dr. Hentz left here, and there Is not a store for onions, radishes turnip.; CO orange Melbourne-Hotel arleton.! j

iber' some of these articles are and wife and two children have been at rent In this town. trees, tangerines, grapefruit, kumquats, Mr. G. W. Traylor I. to be room clerk Hotel Bellevlew. .

on view. Call and see them at City Point staying with Dr. Wm. B.Tent and pawpaws' shrubbery plants and hewers, at the (Hotel Indian River Kocklod Palm Beach- v.'
and Mrs. F. S. Modlcette
-Mr.
Rod Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. /, and may stop on Indian River all In abundance On Barton avenue, Hockndgo this winter Beach Club Cafe. I IMlaml.

callers the winter. Drs. Wm. B. and C. A. maid of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived In Fla. Convenient to landing, post- Where to stop along the East Coast .- + ;"
the recent pleasant Saturday and left for their
mong Jentz are brothers ofMre. Geo. N. Hatch, I'ltusvllle on office, station store, hotels the fishingrounds See list of hotel. and boarding houses The Gautier. "
office Mrs. J. A. Lovelace twelve miles
i were winter home at Frontenao
of Fort Christmas, and have a large :; of Indian River (salt water), the on 4th and 7th pages.
npaj; Mrs. E, E. Rollins and Miss south of Titusvllle on Sunday. Mr. Furnished houses Fur tent I I'
dental practice in Brazil They spend St, Johns River (fresh water); and bunt-
Brady of Titusvllle ; Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Modicette's daughter and Mr. The PInehurst I I" the name of a. cosy '
the winters In Brazil and In Florida. Its nggrounds (wild turkey and deer), four _'I'
the Laura of New London E. Moulton Minneapolis\ are home-like place, at Daytona Beach, managed
Bailey, hot weather in Brazil at this time of and :Mrs miles distant. The entire place In a Two Furnished Homes for Rent W :* *;
; Misses Ruth and Grace Uardee, t expected at Frontenao next week. Mr. neat and attractive condition. by C. Botknap. Red the .,d.on our winter tenant These houses have, respectively ,:

dge; Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of year. Moulton Is cashier of one of the largest tidy Its page. / seven room and four rooms. i
I OIlO.
Price '
llle Miss MoAhster of WashlnGa. :- WOMAN'S' DANCE 1906.At b"nkllio Minneapolis-the Farmers' and Mrs. Foltz ,
; NEW i A. R. )Moore P. O. Dox 2.: Rockledge, The Ivy Inn managed by For particulars, address, ) ti
; .; Miss[\ Mamie Burr of Holly I I Mechanics' Bank.FURNITURE. i Florl
,'s, X. C.; Mrs Evans sod the the Opera house, Tltusvllle\ on I DRY GOODS 5110115.Souvenir :: receive guests i us will be noon by the ad. Fla. ;

+ Evans, of Chicago; Mrs. C. L. Wednesday evening next Jan. 10th, will\ Card of Duck Hunting.M. on our 4i.li pugo. 1

and MlM Mabel"Berg*, of A del- take place a New Woman's Dance. This Titusvllle FiirnUlicil Cottiiice\ Fur Kent. '
In W
would like" cnlilou
L. Peacock at Tltusvllle Is prepared Northern lady j< .
N. J.; Mls Henderson, of Mar* to be one of the .ellellt dances and ''II'A
promises J to take parties. out for duck shoot- the South, fur the lnui season, aplaollt ',
"ro, Tena.; Mis. LI1U JOM, of at the season. Grand march promptly State views. lthoiii. Address seven room house to root-furnished
at reasonable rates. Correspondence [ ; orchestra or
In*. The IldlellII\ ajk favors. wood cards. Ing Price $23.00 1 1p"r
it *:SJO: p. m. Orange postal solicited. Box[ 2';, Kocktedge Fla.) M-4 for light housekeeping.
Admission: Ladies i Oct,.; gentlemen, Telephone 31.CHAS. month.

Walker Hardware ('.. f.... __ 4., OABDJCIH, TITUSVILLE FLA. Jersey hull For Hale. The Breakers l I. open at Palm Beach Wat. R. ROKSCIC.Ott : 'I Ii

with Mr Fred Sterry, manager; Mr. Eau Oallle Fla. '
Orange and Grapefruit Wraps. Thing You Need. Nearly full blood 1.1 months old 1, Leland Starry, ..Utut manager; Mr. 1"' ,

'arry a full line of tnwU flanewsre () P. O. Walton Tltusvllle, lr, Ge .
trice, t.20.00. \Skinner/: front clerk; ) <> Hopkins Winter Homo For Hale. '
lost everythieg.ls.Is..r Ho*. We bave a Urge stock of orange auJ We always carry a Full Line of the Fla. cashier; and Mr. Cook, mull clerk. sit'I{ .l

ire making a .pedal russ ear grapefruit wraps, extra fine quality. celebrated Keen KoUer Tools. For sale a beautiful winter home,

*If in need of a eookln stove, The grapefruit wraps are extra heavy. ,. John Lucas Paints In all shades, tint. Fruit and Vegetables Considerable work is I being done on atoll at Lotus Merrltt Island Fin.. ; 2:1acre..room : v

oil beater of wrapping and colors. and about the Hotel Royal Palm Miami, dock sod break. I l
Ie range, stove or It pays to buy good paper. Shipped to Marx Brothers corner of ; houseaasl, .
od be call and examinee A SCPPLY Co. Oil Heaters. The only perfect 011 to: get It tardy to open January Sth. i %
sure to EAST COAKT LUMBER : Bay and Jiilla[ streets, Jacksonville, be done t" the water; orange grapefruit, tangerine, y
before buying etowbere. Heater made Is the Perfection; It will results. Their Much yet remain to king and kumquat trees In bearing. Oats k
Fla. always bring good
have the prettiest lot of Toilet'hlna For Fainting, Paperhanging. not smoke or smell. When you get this facilities, for bandlingIineapplo., Grapefruit zrlll room which I I. an, extensive affair of the best location on the Indian River.
the ballroom. This
and Glassware Including Heater you will not have the trouble and Early Vegetable cannot located underneath 700ft. of river front on both Indian and

'it' and prettiest China and Glass Kalaomlnlng and General Repair Work you have been used to. Price, $4.50 ,be Oranges surpassed. This I I. one of the place has hail to be dug out of the solid I Banana rivers. ....c e

i, Ornaments, Fancy Dishes, Eta.WALHEII at reasonable prices writeS each. JAS. PBITCHARD Sox oldest and most reliable houses In this rock. Address, Box F., : '
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HARDWARE Co.Tltunllle W. M., Box Tltnsvllle 213, Fla. TitniTllle, Fla. Mate Try them. The Beach Club Cafe whose ad will 10-tf Cocoa, 'Fla.. -,. !

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hit uniform riddled with Maum-bullets aeeatJ J4attn.aea.n : t Electric

Free and of JJoBton, who come south lo hunt every which never "touched him**" thewas In reels It 1.. the hi.!. It sewn:. to Standard Compa

winter one of the few who eucapot! from, seek rrputiw \>o ,1.-.1 nn ttrw .-*. says

Accepted Mason S. The cool, refreshing bealtb-giving, tb- General Slocuui holocaust Se
ozone-laden breeze wafted IIcr.>.. from lio rescued a woman from a burning >"ml silks are road and Altai with Jacksonville, Florida.

+ the Atlantic Ocean and tho troad bay, hotel, getting bill clothes burned half ,violet heliotrope UC' .laveutier and sewed .. ..
= No. 00 most enjoyable feature the! slaw of the mil ttJ'\"U.. These ... .- --- -
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of this phenomenal location. a gasoline tank on a motor boat batty. which Impart to the bed R ,'**"- FRED E.. GILBE
TltusvilLodge. brit l with satin rib- "
River e' for. i cUm fngrauret are" ( 1t 1
l' There la a large area of primeval which he wn: running.; Naturally being --
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of the wanted uiattnvsse -----
boat"' SOWN .rft
r Florida. est and pialrle land beyond the northern, a man and not a cat, be Is -wondering I ar* moot elaborate a ff.:firs.. and though I II \L. '\

Roldetamentmgatheaecrnt4.ndfonrthWneadny ed, southern and western boundaries of Tltiiiivllle just what kind of a finish! Is comingto the dealers urge that they are" old!! for -..automobileState: :
of eaph month. In the Muaonlo Tent| the advent of the I 'I
awaiting _
him. t women
Tltui,m.., at 1:30: o'vlotk p. in. n mere song It strikes """' e
nuttier to till the fertile soil which .." ::, Agent for
p M. 8.' mama Womhlpf Miwtor. thrifty Kauie that they must lx those "sonjrs" I W _
Hall of
the
F.F.A.A. Morgan LiHiley.lnnlor Himlor, Warden.J. Wanton. which now abounds flame( litre can Barred From to eminent tm Bung by high chis opera birds for OLDS, AUTOCARS and FMOTOR ]{ t\1
The committee appointed put
1 M. 1)/non .rr.a..r.J. be found quail, turkey and deer huntingto I lE'tY'8l..Uftcntloll. __ __. -.c" .
of Fain ; GlNESrrI
Hall E
J.'nrrtltlum', HonrBtnrjr.J. suit the most ardent huntsman.TltUBville Americans Into tho BOAjS AND STATIONARY --

+' M.. K.E.Walkar Piiirlmti Hanlur.luninr Dimoon.Otmotin.. has shelled streets, electric teem to be especially: btiy la keeping I T" (;ur.- It fold I In; line l hay ; keep the laijiPttt s'ock, Iu the South . .

i; / U. U.Walton wart, Senior.Innlrir St Htewartl.wartlA.A.St lights, a reliable bank, several fine bllck8tOl'ell famotil persona out of it. At a recentveiiucv ., Tak. I AXAIIVK UM',M'' QI"I\IO: : ; !Inh- Batteries, Coils Dominion, Lamps, Horuli.Vrllo or call ins ''I(

\ A. 1). Penney, (Iniplulii. a Hoard of Trade, five white James RusHeil Lowell and lien .1.I M ih .U..UH ri' sun li" unurs, if It I'tlcus. Moll otdcis. receive prompt attention.

;, M. A.. Knnl"Stewart: Artlnir,Tvlor Tvlnr.Win. oral 1 Shermun were given fullredeu- 'f lulu 10 onto KV. .rave'Nt.. t.1 'she JACKSONVfLUTHE [
,1,1) fisheries tanning extract -
churches, largo a I'll' .tnnu 37-41 West Forsyth Street
i; , Red I""M )
.Il.McKarlnnU, Marshal.OBUEIt tick. for pedestals, and Whittler got la wench box o .. .
.
and palmetto fibre factory, an Ice, -- -- - -

factory, law and teal estate oirlccs, an by a small wIII'gln. On another ooca York bnuk. have forbid-
OK \STKHN; BTAIt.rrlonilHhlp aloe John Quincy Adams James 5lad[ Some New VEHICLE & HARNESS (C
: house well-organized band, an wberIntAxioants
a places
enter
opera cleiuto
t ('hupter I Nn II, hold. Its lIeetlnll s Alexander Hamilton, lien their
in tho JI."lo l. l..,,inn room, '1itusvlllei, on t no I"" armory, shooting; / club, a largo and com lion Agusnlz. fire sold. This limit tho Corner Forsyth and Cedar :Ms.:
t.: r first and third immUys 1 in each month at 8: Paul Jones, Mary Lyon, Emma \\ l1urd
besides
of th Ie foilablo hotel, overlooking the bay, sandwiches and FLORll)
p, m. 'Ihe following are tha nllloers and Maria Mitchell polled the requisite boys to a lunch on JACKSONVILLE, \
Chapter; : n number of boarding houses in cold writer In the ofi\cv\ or nt least rice
.... Robbins' W. M. flCty-one votes and were declared offlclallr -
IIr. n. M. various of the town. kitchen. Now,
parts the
John K. Wnlkor. W. P. I famoun. and milk In dairy Our stock of . .
MINIS('athur,,,.. gents, Assm-late M. The facts ns preMonterl' should<< hive, a If the bankers them-wlves will set an
Mn( Kate"Htawart' Lnniliiotrms.Minn :: I'oe was found to hick eight ,,'Isel1I WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES<;S,
ilMHHln Hamlorn, AHN clate Con.MlManilln tendency to direct, the intention of many example by cutting/ oat club Imrs! and
lu the committee who would overlook ROAD CARTS
n ,
Stewart'l'reaenrer. prospective visitors" to our cosy town, ID lifeIn pjilnco hotels the crop of SUKREYS, TRAPS,
Mr N. It.Wilson "Htiemtarjr.Mm. ; cottalu phases of his life and declare high
F. A. Morcan, Itulh.Mr . making their plans for the winter. embezzlements and defalcations shouldwlmlU HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC., ETC., ETC.
*. .'. 11. Wnlker. Ada, thut the phenomenal fame hid
!Mm. :M. A. "BtirliiiitBoiir' Martha.\ We have a fine Masonic Hall In Titus for him the world > In short order.Josephine ,. -IS NOW cO'Jrpr.ETE-:
works have won
Mrs..>. Ivlliin. bi:,'tor.Mr vllle, where Indian River Lodge No. HO, ---.-.----
.J.1). Hiinin, t;IIM tra.lias. over Is authentic. Oliver Wendell
(' II. Walton, Witnler. K.< & A. M., Indian III ver Chapter, Royal Shaw Lowell, who died recently
.1. Jn (rriith,,r'', Kmitlniil, Homes was Joined to the ,discounted nr-Call on us and you will find our prices will please your'
II. It. M llnnii, Mlimhal.Deo. Arch Masons, Friendship Chapter No with I'oe because he lacked I' Iu New York lost a brother klled -

M. Rubbing, Chaplain.TITl'SVII.IK; 11, Order of Eastern Star; und Tituavllle class along at the .utormliiff Wagner In IStl
three votes of being truly famous Horace -
Camp No. HI. Woodmen of the World, Greeley U also outside of the Pantheon and u husband killed! nt Cedar Creek a--c 3--t1 --$dII.: B !!P3...mCI a--.'
CAMP) NO. 141.I of heroine
meet reguUrly. In ISlH. She wa pometh'nsf a
und :Nathan Hale is: cyily 10 percent
The EAST COAST AKVOCATK: Is pub- on her own acTOUut. too, for she r.tSEmDS:: ]'ORii PL.A.JSrTXN"G.I .
famous, since he got a meager ten
litdied every Friday morning, and i by ti and devote the! whole period of her widow
votes", where 100 Americans good I
glance through Its advertising columLS hood, over twosooro' years, to charity;
true bad a chance to extend the glad :
you can easily see who are the prominent and phllunthropy. Turnips-and Ruta Ullgall.I .
bund and pull him into the snored ('01-
merchants of, our t.own-men who ii.I fll Onion Sets-Beimudaand I'eail.
To what limbo famous Ainerleaua -
+A 1tiV me up-to-date citizens and who ate axkInfj umn. It Is l believed that the receipts of thLewU Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans
of the class of Davy Crockett
Jy6 MVP for your patronage Head the a 's. on anti Clark exposition at Portland Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Tilumph.
'+ will be consigned U I a matter for mid I
ever page very carefully reflection. the committee will Ore., will pixy the running ex L bl I Poultry Supplles-Intel'nlltlonal Stock and Poultry Foods, El.

Menu every I1r"t und, third Mnnilnv In eac)' Sample copies of the ADVOOATK will Perhaps penses. The result Is due to good: mannsement -
month at T.JO: p. m., slurp; at the IIla.onlo I !graciously establish an annex or two .
Tumple. be sent, free, to any part of Canada) and and shows that big expositions I L. O-A.SMDEJIO.OiN':: SOOdSD:1n.n.: : : ,
vestibule for the storage
... ..... ... with a roomy
nitHiil; Commander .A.i II..P''nnt work their It the
Adviser Lltiiiteniint. .... .... .... .....J.lt.Waike the United States .upon application. of busts barred, at present, but carried can onu way I i 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Hunker ... ..W.K.WalkeKnoiirt --- - - --- occasion and the cxblMts: : are worth tt\
........ .. '" .. ".. O t,.al! ndavlll n on the waiting list to see bow their alleged -
'lerk ...... . .. .. . ... .J.I..arruthnr The Church and Ijemocracy. fame will out. And Holmes, while. 3 T3 f r f3 ilQ: 3 E3m :3e s'
Watchman .. . ... .. .. . J.N.WalloHnntry } pan
l "" .... ..... .... . ... .... .J.1) Finn: e The gist of the argument set north Poe and Hale will not be lonely outside have
r Ulroutors...... .. . .......I I'.wllsmK. tn and Politics u recent All of the weather prophet who
.K Pyles and H..1.Norlm. "Religion ag will be seen by the list of brll- thus fur hare predicted a long Cosz.ti"' iere !
Camp 1'hynlrlan' ... ..... .. ....... K.K.Kollmi a volume from the study o( tho Itev. A. llant Americans besides whom the lofty spoken : s: :
who have not
cold winter abend. Those
y All "Ialtlnl111I011' are eordhilly" Invited tIt
S. Crapsey, la. that the modem chorea tribunal by Its latest decree has denied -
attend the
+ meetings sized It up are considerately' holding
stands. outside the current of Influences the imprimatur of its approval: Your .A tttec.tioc. Please
-I their tongues to allow the weather a : : :
that make for the world's progress. Natbanael Greene, James Fenlmore
free hand In the business.
THE. The author speaks of the "divorce of Cooper, William Culleu Bryant George Wo sell you Groceries at WHOLES

what it called religion from life, which .
Bancroft, John Lothrop Motley, Franels tie
There in $742.000,000 in gold In
.M la the characteristic of the modern Parkman Mark Hopkins Phillips treasury Washington, which means Prices. Write for our Price List, G

INaTMt world," and declares In specific' terms Rufus Choate Patrick Henry,
UCC Brooks ,
,
$10( for each and every one of us. But
eSS F t. that In the present stage of democratic John C. Calhoun. Charles Sumner aud saver.
DY (AT I' } we must not all call for our abate at money
BUJ (( revolution, that occupied with the.conflict Andrew Jackson.A ,
Uncle 'Sam's bank will
r IIIJ once or go
between capital and labor the

hurch Is not on the side of those "In Cry For More Wool. I roke. The Enterprise Grocery Cot

whose supremacy the democratic revolution 1'1gureSt given by the United States ,

will reach Its goal" To quote Investor show that the price of native
1 7 Bridge St.
further: wool In this country bus increased In
TzLc1.ncouvi11e: UMor
It Is 'with this phase of the revolutionthat ten years three and In some cases four ,

tho world la now occupied and In . ,
what ten - - -
times over it was years ag()
the churches
this crisis organized are
not for the most part, with tho rising Quotations in London and also In South

peoplo but are either Indifferent or arewith American markets show a corresponding tr Hodges c& ,O'Hara
the dominant claai. The churchesstand I ,
( I o i 'i'
advance. This rise of priced may
for privilege; the bishops In the .
...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
Episcopal churches are a privileged class stimulate the growth of wool in Australia : -

among the clergy; the clergy are a prlvl- and In South and also Rough
baud class among the people; the wealthyare America with and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LDM 6
u privileged class. In society. But prlv- affect the sheep growing industry In DreHStd

TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. liege of any and every kind la becoming this country to some extent.
every day mere and more odlou Equality LucasPaints Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable( Crntea. 1\louldlnps! : Shlnlle8,
J
political social and Intellectual Is a constantly Of Into ;years sheep raining In tile I i Mills and oflice located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Wiltous for prices deli

growing demand and all Institutions United States has rested upon a mute ;+ to any part of the State. Address: Uod es & O'Hara, Buffalo Blurt,

that stand lImply upon privilege are ton basis-that is, the value of the meat : 4 .
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A Favorite Spot In a Favored passing away. The democratic revolutionIs
the working out Into the life of the has been considered rather than tbe [OF YOU WANT A.-
r Secton-The Famous East world of the life and teaching of Jesus. value of the fleece. For' the past fifteen (Tinted Gloss)
The only privilege which he claimed for
? Coast of Florida. the number of bas not
hlmsolf or allowed to others was the privilege years sheep will hold its color,
.N of service and mcrltloe. and that Is Increased with the growth of popula
tho only privilege that can endure In the brightness and gloss
tlon. One reason is that land with the Lot
ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. day of the social revolution that Is at Building1
hand.Mr. exception of certain districts, baa been for many years. The ..

Crupsey, who U a minister of thoEplseolul too valuable for other purposes. But paint doesn't fade

Just the Plac'e to Fit-out for a Cruise church, maintains, moreover, If tbe crops are to rot on tbe ground | streak blister or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
lavish abundance for the or crack
Down this Far-famed River that the churches fall to keep pace because of or

y Fine Fishing and Hunting with the Hcieutltlc spirit of the times lack of harvesters or the means of like some paints do. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

theca farmers PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GA:
The town of Tltusvlllo l 18 alum toil on and to give heed to the spirit of social hauling to market may Any paint will look or
conclude that there is money In raising fe have for sale what
probably just are seeking.
the Florida Eiwt Coast Railway, 13-1: evolution. Ills indictment Is not aimed you

ie'. miles south of Jaoksonvlllo\ 113: miles ut religion which In not dying out but sheep for the wool. The' prospectwill well at first but none Settlers are flocking in but still there is room. If r

north of Palm IJeach, and 212 miles northof changing its mode of operation, but at be Improved If science finds someway looks well so long as looking this way drop a line to
to stop the sheep disease which
the churches und denominations which
Miami. Tho Tltusvillu branch of the
has fastened its blight upon some of Lucas Paints. JASj. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Prf"iden',
"claim the
r defunct Jack onvlUe, Tampa & Key to represent religious Interests ; ,
the old wool growing sections. Ask dealer.
a West Railroad, now controlled by the of mankind. These" he places In your BLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y

Florida East Coast Railway Co. also the rear Instead: of In the van of tho
1111)4 Stood the Test 25 Years.! John Lucas & Co ST. ATJOTJSTINE. F
i runs Into tbe town-thin being tho terminal forces: "that make for religious prog-

+ roes" The old original GROVE'S Tasteless PhiladelphiaHold
point of that branch There areeeveral ..

trains arriving dully! from Jacksonville Chill Tonic: You know what you are "; It :> .': t. 1 .!
It I lion and quinine In a tasteless -
Diplomatic Secrets.In taking. *
and Sanford. durluit the smiaon.An COct at the by t/UM I'rltelmrtl & Son.
form. No cure no pay
publishing to the world tho tcrmtof
? tho county went of Itiovard county Red Cross 1'linrmncy, Tltusville, Fin. TUiiHvllle, I II\.
It has a courthouse and a modvrn jail' their new treaty of alliance Eng- Blind Headache
- -
land Unit Jupun probably had good - -
building, with rlU'elyover two or three,
grounds for breaking the usual custom
Inmates. The population I I. over I.OIM) I
Illness I of secrecy in cases of the kind. The About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen of
I la DO race, that one doctor In town ,

", finds amplo time to act an Justice of the most Important treaties among European MalloryLinesSPECIAL 1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I suffered with

Peace and Notary 1'ubllc, bouillon attend'ing powers of late years have been blind, sick headaches and backaches and could get<
kept secret. Recently the kaiser had
to hU medical practice while the no relief until I tried
to ask for the text of the Anglo-French
I other lluils time to go buntln .
agreementvhlcu he believed affected PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
Here In virtually the head of the

p Indi.tn River, and the favorite point for the Interests of Germany. WINE:
The Austro-Ceruiuu treaty of alliance and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
titling out and starting of numerous CARDUI
made in 1871)\ was communicated to -NO OYEnCROWDIXG-
Cruising; parties during our balmy winter
('zlIrItxa11l1E'r II. of Russia becauseof OF
months; as everything necessary to com. IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these

.. fortably equip) a pleasure yacht, can here the close personal relations betweenthe gulps, all no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths

be obtained at tho most reasonable price czar: and the German emperor, but or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indlvtdua
this step was taken ngalnst the wUhpn Woman's ReliefI
*. This Is evidenced by the fact that service and attention.
of the Herman chancellor lllsimirtk, ___ ..
the same parties have been coming here
and the text was not published to the PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FJtIDAY. I Immediately commenced and
for to
annually many wlntors for that pur. improve,.
world until nine years after the event (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Uoion)
now I feel like
In
Roan preference to any other point Later the RtMso-Gcrman I a new woman, and wish to
agreement was .MM Hn MMMM
alone the East Coast. kept !secret! all tho time It was in force, LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH, recommend it to all sick women, for 1 IWRITE

wldo To the south of salt east of Tltusyllle, U the and the terms of tho dual alliance of Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the know it will cure them, as It did me."
sweep water bay (About six
Hl1ll.Ihnn.1 Austria and of the triple FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." US Cardul is pure, medicinal extract of
miles iu width), formed by the waters of '
the famous alliance of Germany Austria! and FREELY vegetable herbs which
Indian Itlvcr. Hero relievesand
tubing, Italy remain unknown. If one partyto Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding attractions ,

wild duck shooting sailing and rowing a treaty, with the consent of the otTered by no other line; diagrams, reservation, tickets etc., apply to frankly, clescrIbtna female pains, regulates female
can be Indulged to the your symptOGIS. w. wm
heart's
of the most f mttdlons content other or others, takes nu outside power\ ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet JacisonYille, Florida. consider your case aDd gift f unc t Ions,topes up the organs

sportsman Into iu confidence for some special you free advice (In plait sealed to a proper state of health.
On the ocean bench nearly a direct ------------ -- envelope).
------ Don't
reason, it is a matter of its own choosIng : hesitate, but T.it for
hint east of Tituavllle, I I" Canaveral Club, write today Address: Ladl s' Ad- your trouble.
and
surrounded by over 10,000 acres of land. courtesy. not called for by diplomatic THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDOES dam vtsory Co.Dept., The Chattanooga' Me.J1Every drugfUst sells h t

Chattanooga TeDD.
f hl. property Is owned by some of the In $1.00 6ottles.

+ coat' prominent and wealthy residents A- volunteer In the Spanish J. war had\ ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES.


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>yp, .eBaion.al Cards. FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE, HOTHOUSE GRAPES. The Walton\ Mason: : M. Clark Co.,

I
A Lonit Island
!1t0 BOBBINS, IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE ANI Uront/nit irnpr In 1'0". Commission Merchants ,

The gardener who cannot nffonl Self-Locking
DADE COUNTIES.
NEW
YORK'
EY AND COUNSELOR for hothouse STREET, -
0 pace lu the greenhouse 110 MURRAY ?
LAND FOR SALE, St. Lucie and Dad
ATLAW.in e lu beds cnn grow them to good
land Wee grapes
of
counties. Description : I
doe State and United State !i of northeast lj: and west fg. of soutl- advantage In i'ots. This U easily done. Tackle Block.

(Court.'fBce east U, seo. 1(1, township Jj: : range 31, Early In January strike one ere cutS Grapefruit Pineapples
101 :'JO-! 100 acres, St. Lucie county tluga of the different varieties, especially Oranges ,
at TITUSVILLK, FLA.. \Vost \ of northwest .J Vj[ and west j..g nUll Muscat of Alex ,
UlucU llambui-jj
of southwest" 14: sec. 'M: township ::1:3:
Lucie nn<.lrhL. The cuttings: must have a bottom .
range 30, ICO acres, St. county Yl!{n TAU1.1' OUR SPECIALTY.F.
SOrniKKN
y, OAULDEN, Northeast ;4 ot southeast,4, BOO. 3, heat ranging from 70' to N ilo- AND ALL

!a JR. township :IS I south range 41 cast; green, anti In two or three weeks they - -----
& TORY-AT-LAW, close to O. Ii:. Wood's pineapple plat. will be ready to put oft. I'ut them at

r due In all the Conns of the fltatxk ration on :St. Lucie l'lverto; acres, once In three I.nI'otll\ lu u soil cou8Utlug & Co.

,'4nd the United Status Courts.TITUSVILLE Dade county. : of heavy loiun and 81111 .
Also I the northeast Vj; of northeas ,
FLA. Whenf
gV6. Is U( PM81\ry.
: 18 township &1 south, rang Bunny greenhouse
}4, soo. i 2111 Washington; St I NE\V YOHK.IJ .
of St. J.uci
41 east; on south fork :
I !):) :sunny tH'ut.: I f N. Y.
EBB, river; 40 acres, Dade county
Apply to W. A. HAl, Stuart, Fla. I


,'TTORNETATLAWtlce In the Courts of the 7tl item Estate JSitr .ilus. II I I Oranges Pineapplesand

Taxes paid for non-resldenti I ,
and accounts collected. Nice .S-room cottage, well
ocaied, lu TltuHVllle. . . . ilJOO; () 00
I Specialty.
fcLK, FLORIDA 12 acics Land and House, Florida Fruits Our

part set In Change Trees, In 'Ifs 1JF
Jl'ENNET, Elm .. 700 00 We represent several of limo largest Bluppcrs In your /State, and wliili to representyou

30 Laud!, nearly } t
acres ? Established) 30
:Mile River Fionr, (1 miles. also. Nye Itll n truth shipment. :years

i.TTORNEY-AT-LAW, north of Ran; Uallie . . . 400 00'' I

LLB FLORIDA. 20 area" River I I Front at III IIII

ILtideevllle . . . . . . . 40Q OiJltf :
Slice In all the courts of the 7th 2 1). L. OAULDBN Agent,
Judicial Circuit. v TttimvllleKla..
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E. ANDREWS, Flue Property For Sale.


S.TTORNEY-AT-LAW, Two nice ci>ttaven; adjoining/ encl!
slier In Noitli Tltusvllle, with an ItCI'eof
Judge of St Lucie County. hammock and live acreeof itch nnict I VID.
and, Huitabln for truck farm OOIK( I li I BALTIIVIORE ,
I
Font PIERCE, FLA.IEN river front. The larger( cottage has thru 1 Il, i ii PRODUCERELIABLE
Beeping rooms and a servant's room ui.tails I COMMISSION FRUIT &

E. FOSTER, ; und a pallor sitting loomdlnlnt; ... .-.--- UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. .
I PROMPT,
room and kitchen boUiw. The adjoinng *

BATTOUNKTATLAWJyalUpchurch I cottage has two sleeping\ rooms apeervant'a IIUHCAT OP' ALBKANDltlt.' HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO., MD.. a
second and .
In storv
room .
llllcd with roots shift the
the pots are
Building, Iax ilttlng room, dining loom and kitchen -
lelow. Large, brick clsteins to both plants to pots two wises larger, mixingIn -,. ---- -
I JACKSOHVILT.K, FLA. for 1nice winter the Hull dome tow inauuio nud horn KsrAlH.tSIIKI: 1H7CI.M. .
louses. Adapted i I t I I'' i t Ili II III I
.
lome. ahnvhiK. The slues will soon begin to I III ,
Apply to OKO. fit. (toiiniNs, grow runkly. It In necessary to keep; V

NERAL DIRECTORY.U. TltiiHville\ Fla the foliage well eiirnyeil. This cu Lane & Son

hances the vigor' of tho plants) and the la claimed to be the Finest Tuckli ,
.8. SENATORS.iaferro 'rake Notice 1 leaves Which In my opinion, are the Block In the Worl.l. To nee It In to buy;

lory,. .,......,..,.......,.......Jacksonville. .,.'.enaaonla.U. One of the handsoinesr places on \Mer- main factors Keep on for trannpliintlng producing goal the It.TbouBiinds of them ID tine t1roljtholltthe : 250 WASHINGTON THE1<:'r, NEW YOUK.

CONGRESSMEN: "'I'be Wigwam," Krnpos. North. Rend I testimonials Iron\
itt Island known HH ; Inch ;
ark.... ........ .... ...LnkeCityirkmiin inlonglng to ;\11'''. Eva J. 1),air, of New vines' until they are In ten pots. ,hove who use them.Thlsloailholdlnitblock. and Produce
... ..Tampa I trull them to the rafters of the greenhouse mitlaln vnrlUM .. Southern Fruit
la
ar,:;::::.:::::::::::. :::.MoutlcelloU. : : : Cork ten room, Is for cottage sale or, with rent, launch fuinlitlittd.house A, ns nho\vn In the Illustration. 1. > Rliaprn. and alien. of WOOD 11ttJ.

B. LAN OFFICE. laundry, all newly painted, And have had best results with my greenhouse and 11KUNZK: Will work equally well
Knbh .. .... .......... .Ketcliitor new has from '70 to 80 wire .
Mis. Bl.ilr of wlth chain or rope.Will
6.hlnAon Otttces at,..Gainesville.. .. ... ..,,Florida.,.. ....Rocelver hree net spent acres seveial in glove hundred dollirs In degrees.at a temperature I rope work, at any height upside down! ,, oro.ro..j"oo1oc.: :: : Iivdlercl3.ctra.ta.FLORIDA : : : ,

|I DEPARTMENT: Cutting the plaon In puilucC repair, lay New side shoots should bo pinched loilzontally. or at nny angle, nud vllitop SPECIALTY. ;

EXECUTIVE H. nrow..rd.\. .. ........Governor Inll out llowur buds, new break water back to tlve lea,'es. After the las Rod lock at any point.kind of bualnem I PINEAPPLES OUR
.i .... Htate n.nd. board walks all .Kiuncl. the house, Invaluable for every
Crawford ...... Sooretaryof : shift In the pots which should be I ;f;
: TreasurerJills lovely winterr shale a block ,IM needed, frequently) miv
wanting
nett.t that one furnished on
.. .......... ,..Attornay-tlBiieral 110 all-year-round any home will do we I to made about the middle of July the rig the labor of one man or more. Stencil, Card and quotatlona application.'r.'r.t.:
.. ... .. ...Comptroller Iget --
L. Croon : should be heavily fertilized. tor or stretch :.
like It hanging
: plants -
bfjln...... .Commltwloner; i i Agriculture cut this article out for reference.Adde8s Nothing -
olloway..Supt. 1'uhllo luHtruotUmBrd Meriltt, Fla. best results with .blood. bone superphosplmtes .- ag wiren. k
L.V. BLAIU,
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n Fonter..... .. ...Adlutaot-lloneral the WOOl!
I c. I'te'Iwu Html( with the famo
... .... ----- All blocks Nurseries.
jtadforcl,.. ..... .flurveyurOenuralime The Ocklawaha
............. ..._..., .State. CliemlHtlmnti iOlEYSnONEYANDTARfor begins to ripen I take them out of 11001'11 ALTOVIITOlRotLltlt- UICAUINO.
..... ...... .....Rtate ICxamlnarJltlces . l and harden them. I generallywit W
( .at Tallahassee, Florida. child.nt fate, .u,... Fife opit.I hold water from the plants until tho Address all communtcatloD to the

FLORID.LEGISLATURE...................Senator. leaves nre fallen About Nov. 1 I I.ut i be had from other nurseries, but l
udaon.Btead. ,Miami Fort Pierre.....Reurosentative .......................... them In n front proof place or ('ellnr Walton Self-Locking Block Co Do not sell trees cheaper than they can who want to produce
i and keep them there through ;rover there la a certain amount of protection for Florida growers,

SUPREME: COURT JUDGES.... Justice : and December In January I taltl! (Incorporated) drat claim fiult In buying treed from us, for they can get jllst what
ahry............ .... Chief her Atlantic AVI a
lirtor. ... ....". ... ....A.snolat.Juotioe. them ,and prune them In the Mume Ofllce and Wardroom401 older from ua
ylor............ .."... i up that hothouse grapevines oro Near Kowo'n Wharf Elevated :Htntlon. they 11 what yau. want, and you want them
i
JRAIt.ROADjCOMMI93IOXER3.) : ; I.n IF YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE I' way handled and put them In the gl'1.1'0-: BOSTON, MASS. Trees! Pasttl'yely True in N II mP-to eOlno to you |In first elites condition.
....... West.iin .
,
[. n.IIowne.Burr.....chairman.... ..........Iittl.IUver. COPY OF THIS PAPER i iIT house. I then treat them hi the saIDo OWNERS OF THE CBLEUKATEU!: You also) want thorn free of WHITK PLY, and you want HOUY TO TIIR e
Iryan. ... .. ........ .". .........KI..lmmp8.linn. i manner as hothouse grapes grown 1 I In I
clerk. .. ....... .... ....Maohnm.quarters IS TO- the end ot WALTON-YINTON ROLLER BEARING. BUD, and GOOD ROOTS.Our .
and ofUups at. Talliihanseu la. .. the usual way. Usually by hoes liavo all of these Rood point In their favor, In fact, they are JUHt
Itl
CIRCUIT COUHT. LET YOU. KNOW TIIATWE *. Slay they ore ready for the table. SCIENTIFIC JIETHOD3:' OK CULTIVATION AND r
......Circuit JiKlRT.nen this manner I secure grapes every year HH good on
Joneii. the boat.
.TltnnnIej.ro.eontlll Attorney. : WOULD LIKE YOU TO $ la our private department with Kplei ..N.......N.. 1 .... KEKTIMXATION CANMAKF: THEM. They are Won't
March. li free.
In I cultural noted
Monday valuublo
f leg Term-Fourth only ten 1 to Illustrated Catalogue, with
; Grapevines .i
|l: Terui-Fourth Monday In October. : BECOME A SUBSCRIBER. did success. Our new, tO.
COURT.tenney seventeen months old bear at least six 1 : you wore tie for It ?
COUNTY:
BREVARD,......... ... .......County Judge.I : :1 bunches. Home of these bunches wele; JOB "VIT" Ooxrzxoa: I'rcp.
mlilun .rroseeutlnir Attorney.ktewart from two to three pounds each. TUId : ; I,. i
:::::::; :: :. ..,.Comity: Clerk.; .. Knowing from lI\ldl :1 TANGERINE: FLA.E1i1V1VE

tug'rerm-Second Term-Second)Monday Monday In May.Omer August.Bl . !'I. young certainly vines a, good concludes Adolph Jai _____.___________ _ __ _ __ .h _.. __._.

I Term-Second Second Momtay Monday In November.In February.COUNTY I.......................... nicke of Long Island American Agr l- : ii'D'
liter Term- -, : >T"E-IEFS.:
culturlst. :BFC
SCHOOL BOARD. I IQ : : :
(Talker, Superintendent,. .... .TltusvlllfIM \ l'IIUNI'1II1IJ. JoajTAIII.JIIIItH: : 1HHH-'
-K. n. Arnold Malabar. ; R. E. Mlmiponaventuro MaaaKvmrnt of Cuttlnv PRINTING \VINIH: HINS ANn nItAN )fJo04.! I :
8 I I Is WIIIHICII,
rurnbtill. time, when growth
; J. A. Carter, I At the present _. -...-
F --- --- -- -' --
cutting --------- 1
COUNTY COH\1I8SIO\ER8.: practically at a standstill Lamp's Beer
(D
TMlman Wm. V. F naturally make roots. If left Express Prepaid. Pot D.nh
Crinkling, chairman John R. Mint IndlmtolaWooten ; : will wore well ,, i /-it.0it.IStt.:! Falt'AfT hoer. . .... .. .. ... .. . ...... .. tan ; i
Is atv .
|r TitusvIlle; T. J. Cockahutt, I*- : until the growln"t'allon Full (part n..11" hairs .I., .. .. .,. . . . . .. . ... ...IIf)
...- Cocoa; = at- a need growth will be made at the expense "re)." . OF ALL FINns . IlnntingInh. .. .. . ...'I.UI''OO.7IHI MII."d."I.. .. .. .... ... . .. .... . .. ..?... 1 1111
:: held' tint Monday in eau i Nxi.uh'nuntyltys.. ... . .. 9: rNM1: fM1 A ..It.eatra. u.irk. ... ... . .. . .. .... I le 1 '
par teaaiona are L, of roots. The almost continual] i .JJl Munnlt..1II Itv" ... .... .. ..::6:111: 1 IIfI a 'HI C,"hurlt"', lIuportell .. .. .. . .. .. ... .. ...., iIM: ' ,
: .d g' vV'vob Just now, both day an<1 1t""O'A ""1'+'lIye ... .... .. ....YTA II lNYM1 IICES Ala. phta ..... . ...........,.....,.... YGuhleas \!IM"ltWhl.kMv \
J BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. ao.f: A > firing: necessary bottom tl EXECUTED "'''''lall'.A.. ... .. . .. .. .. 1 110 811ft Ir (IHI stunt, lint. .. ........ ...... .. ......::1:18: 4 )!
tt. night, produces a more even I .... .. . < II'1X1 U/III/
........County Judg/: : 8TM1
enney Tltnuvllle; .... 61Mi/
/
.1'roa Att'- The nun's rays not beln Yem. hllrandR . .. Bulk Goods Jugs FreeNotAppleltrxudy
sadden, Tltuaville; : s temperature. ... .. . .. .3111 61'w' U //III t '
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:
Jitewart, Tltimvllle.. :. :... .CountyClarN ABWMIII ti Z :S aoa so powerful, less air Is admitted, anll CIIEAl'LY, : lIolhmIOIII .., .. .. .. ... ....la'' ::111 1 VII PrepaId.RNUev. .
Al.'Mlllan Fun Oalllo,. Tax ;;;i CD . .... 0/111/ .timid Ora.le.
folleutoi 0EtBu atmosphere prevails. Ver .. (till.... .. .... :' 111I'HI/ 111.1\0 per n..I.-ItyeUI"'orn. I
.. Tax
llfall.Tltiiivtlle.Ilanry a a moister .. . . .. NA 4 CHI 1 'M' Jim, Uor, 1(1111I. Fine,
: \ :::;; :::::....TreamireiSuperintendent: : North Gndmnurn, .9 1III".t' par GYI.-Ity., ( nr
Tltunvlllfl, t little artificial shade In therefore nelw : l ARTISTICALLY, ; Mu..ntoln Iran' .. .... ... ..8111I/ f Mi Y, /II/ 1 tlnrllty.Iamalen .
ralker rice, TltiiflTllle, Tltimvllle.,. :;,..Omnty: SurveymUSE HhnrlflNorwood :. 'I n.gJ ed. and less water/ Is required. The : I : .M""ror,1 nllm Ihn..., ..,. ..7.:'1 Iif'111I' ./ ,2/1./, 7 YM 7M1! aqua for" h.r the lno"Y.n..I.-Ity., tin, Corn, Item Boat w

Brown, Tltuavtlle.Reglatmtlon05lcm a aSo day and night temperatures are al80 '\: 1Trr7 and with DISI'ATCIf.. era... IIr.ly.! .. .... .... .. .. ..8111I'H'/ "IO! ''t't'rti: par 11.1. ."H" Un. J..h and AI'IIeK
that : n.S 711 /I'M'III' / Mnllnw.III bv Lure.i'urt
fact 'tlutnck
i TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL. = more nearly equal. From the IIIV : It I g,bherr or or A"lleli"y .. .....IIIf/ ) a 711 1110 YI tHI I"r' Gal.-.VIeCrts' IIi., Social IlreycA..ortnrent

I. Fhallinn .Van Worley.marshal. an.1.. 0QJ .., the nun's rays are less powerful nod ,, (ej" "" i allowed nn all JCfMIII or Aallle price. _ICy..... Me".h 1"lIty.u' '
. less evuporatlo '. ( - -
[\Hector tK. It.Pylon, clerk and treunnrerHenry ; lees air Is admitted " .) N
tax. .*.e mir; J. It. Walker, r. A. : j' ( the leaf takes place, and the ICllt I ITMI-IUAH: Went AduiiiH Ht. .TfU'knoiivlllo' Fin.
1 :
n. J. L.(',..counoilinfln,rlltho", W,The S. BrannlnK council meet.nVrltcharcl .1 "toen ban from thus a better chance of surviving i OUR HTOCK OF 4i1L Ik ii _..___ ___ _____ _ _ __. .. ___ __.u ._ __ _. _ .___

relay In each month. the ordeal than It would have later ot.
TITCTSVILLK BOARDJOF TRADE.Rnbbineprealdent.T.M.Dixon. s. ., STATIONERY . r ,l..rSIIOlmrA1'1)TAR e. t IOLEY31101mYAlmTAR "
1
.
-I. ; tramLO.Iluatsecretary. 1 Tall Moth. ooutft and bl.luntf. Cures Colds Pr.v nt. Pneumonia J
M..U wooncl Wed ns The nrown lops tea.
room. I a. brown tall : IS!: COMPLETE: ----
night In each month at their t If the caterpillars of the --. - - - - --- -- -

cV ::a 0 moth only attacked trees fruit shad : YOU AKE INVITED I ITO : "TCiU* jr V.ff f J3r.-cr: taU" i iw P 00. .

OLD STYLE BLOCKS::!, ... < "; and forest, the case would be serlou Mli fliMB fmJ
Ion you can buy the best Self-Lock Q..) CD a enough, but they are a menace to the : INSPECT IT. :. 1117. ale w. B., It., JACKSONVILLE:: '. FLA. ,

; Tackle Block at nearly the III\rne ..., bl3 .,O comfort of the residents of the infester .
ce. Now In mine in the Unite* en G c hE' district, and If they are allowed to remain -
e !
tea Army and Navy Department. undestroyed In our shore resor i r rf t

amine them at (he ADVOCATE office cs: > '1; '" towns their presence will keep away [ EAST .,. : FUGIJ Ty/TtJ. VVAPHA
?
ueville (E-e < I .. 0 the[ summer visitor. The residents of : ',' roR

towns In eastern Massachusetts
SThD BY CHICA.CSO MANUFACTUR nanny of leaving home< !I I i f f1S
triuitwortlilne am. now make a practice COAST A I 2
of
I'
hat: familiar:;; with I local: territory M' asIt early In June to avoid caterpillar pot D43

in branch olllc Salary. No ale ine paid tment weekorman"nt re.-.. & toning, and they will not go to place:

II. Prevlmm position.experience not ementlal to i Infested with the brown tall.-t'arrToumal. / i I ADVOCATE I

ting.I Tanager AililreMi Hrahchea: Coino mock Chicago.. f :. Ib4W.
oN ti ,
i t9 The Green Ro... i E.b T

,11'g"' : t, --.. I am bound to any that admiration tho Jrt'l'etJrORe I; PRINTING OFFICE.

meets with very little .
'-' :fi The general verdict III, "More curlout .
e'Q :han beautiful." But I like the row, .......................

1 Eri and even admire it and to botanist. I

extremely valuable because It S.). r 1
EJ IDS gog '" It ii* ------ ---- -
fi. H On me of the best proofs we have that all

jpi i iMnt the vnrrlvttj of.ow wi.vnMBnve w. : N < C1:1.a'E darts of a plant above the root are
the '
need bou..111
brrom the lanmt t
world Iwcauiw our wiwM are bailer Cbaa nodlflcatlonx of the same thing, an.tSu tand
. wUH to crow.h.acctheenupal
others Dn you part t*
may
\ flower end the swat teas & the green rOMe every DEPOSIT
lriwr.f rlaothebmtm..de-Ferry.I 0&:. ailed a leaf. It also gives a stronj f\f\f\ BANK

100 appllaaua Reed teasel fn. to all rapport to the view held by many $J,\J tl If R.A.F.nraldMaleTakeaaoo FHERCOCmF"

D. M. FERRY A CO.. great botanists that all flower were! .----__ Board.lCoet.WrtteQuiclI Agents for the Pabst Drewlnz Co.
Detroit, Mlort.iv RIEYSKllHElfCDIlE irlgtnally greens-Canon Ellaeombe. Ci&OIlGIA-ALASAIU BUSINESS COUEai.Mac...Ca

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TITU'SVILLEv FLA. JANUARY 5, 1916 ,
ADVOCATE
COAST
EAST : President: W*. M. BROWN,, V1e&INeT01f .! .
PIUTCHABD.
I JAMES Cashier.
BBANNINO,
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EAST COAST ADVOCATl A TENTH ILLITERATE. JfJ B K Gilbert Wilson It . 7 M> RIVER STATE Bll!

\ : FEEDING PHISOSKIM: FUN1 INDIAN

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. According to" bulletin Issued J. P. Brown feeding prisoners 12*this 80 Royal

by the census bureau, about 106 'J here being no furl her business until al first COUNTY DEPOSITORY. I
ZnWredatthePostofllceit Tltimvllla, Florilla, in the U. S. time the Beard adjouroed
1000
lomind-cliuis matter. persons out of Monday In February, HKMt, at 3 p. m. Authorized capital, $'
a* whichis
--- over 10 are unable to writ, Paid up capital
CBi,Liut H. WALTON, Editor: A PnblliAWBBELV equivalent to about tenth. KItKVAKU COUNTY TKKASUKKKS'8TATEMKNT.. BakingPowder yr Average deposits, $;-j
Of the native white population, .

JOOBNAL. DBVOTBD TO THB DavaLo only 4'J! out of every 1000; of the Jan. 1t, loon.
OrMEHT OF Taa INDIAN BIVBR, LAKI. whites 128 out of hand Deolnt. 1\106..1\ II,*"'IIIR Transacts a General l
dorn HalivneaCttHhoi.
WORTH AND BIHOATHB BATSBOTIOHH.Discontinuance . foreign received in Dee IWJBTtH .. .. .. 1.4M 411
445 Amount
1000 and of the negroes
every .. 117..51) 43: ; Business
illiterate. .. .. pi
of advtu. must bo made per out of every 1000 are warrants| paid. In Doc HUMS, ,
LPI"
i .. lly at thin' ofllce or by wrltlnc. 1 ho female, BfX is shown to be cud' cliiliveroil li> County (..ouauiB8loiorsanaHubuol ...".
.. 1.43472'
HOII"!." ... .. of Grape Largest 'and Oldest Bank ou'':
the : made
to CRABLII: more illitrrute than the male, is ;I ,.,e 11
Obock,eto., may be made payable for females being 112 per Balance on 111111.1 Jan. l illiteracy t1Ytl.ii. xr "
WALTONpublbher. 5tr'; ;
H. Tartar.Absolutely Ih Conn trios
of ?
the
101. But Cream ,
1000 and for males ABUVU II A LA NCR 114 HKLU .AS FfOLLOWR'u"'r.oaIWII t I, f

IsIn writing to tho ADVOOATH for Inrorma. contrast is lellll marked! than it was In Inilliiii' Klver Htuto gel ne l l'.tr at.to -
kind,the writer wlll oblluebyenclI when the illiteracy for the per 'HUier' cerclllcuto.! checksnot treatmenttudevury. fnvor tM l J Jervative
in 1800 Lens
tlon oi tny bed to monthly rejiort. aukinp,
. 6,.: 7tBALANORH Pure. rlllllt<
ml.addre""Od l envotopu. t
OK a .talll\|> two sexes was 114 and 123: respect in A. FULLOW. w CORRE81'O}:. 'ryn. '
\ KACII FUND
IIELONOINO
BOSTON OFKICt-The lirnni'h Boxton ofTHB ", ively. .ICnunty1Wveuneneaeral Empire Ttnst Company wFlnrhla i2t
OAT ADvl'rATal.' Bt M llliIk the illiteracy Fend .3 JIJHonil / .,
the
FAKT In country ,
street) null loin clmri/e of Mr. Hari; 1'. JlluUllwo, 1000 in and I Hrlilgs, Kunil J Jllulkllnir : Makes the food ? al ,t IlDkand.Tnlst Co in pkri '
fur thtll children is bf ; . ate
ailveitlHluif nuntrnctii per ..
will nuke among Fund -
i who :' !: \ ... 4 4M Ml :: I :T.Ai.
;. papnnAddreeg. the city, using the term to designate .>. >Fuc.llnlt Nne RiiU ITIMiiuir Forfeiture' *Fiii i1. . 11.11I M more Wholesomeand jLrr.US"7"ILLE. ,
25 .. ... 1.113 ------
onrnmunloatlonato collectively cities of over floe Fund New Dint. No. I. .. .- - ---- -
all 1.4\,80. .. .. JilO U4 -- ---- --
--
.. M" 2. ---- -
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 000 inhabitants it ia only 10 per .. u .> 3 ... ... 1''k4' .. Delicious. -- :D c:> JE3J3:: ][ 1"VS." :
.. {.
TITUHVH.LK. FLORID .. ., .. N .i .. 4 New L'IHI I I)' J. :E
1000. lame Wanton? Fund............ ....... Ord Irropertvof (Sucussortt0: Uobblos Bros.)
The contrast 181t'u'It the North UeiiHKHOil IVmotn Fund.. ,....... 11CoturtykchonlOsnoral .. --'--=-- .". ; c'x SL'lJTDadge8 : : :
Department of Agrleult Kuml.. . .. 113 - -Urn2cI.. LO
I,. 8. In this section --
Atlantic states Nu.l.... .... 'JR (14 c-
Weather Iliireim-Jupiter, 1-8. child illiteracy In the city Is 8 per Special.. T..x School II Dint... ? 2.... ..... t11; For ALL KINDS O)' .IOU' "I'RINTINC( Checks, Door :Numb< rs AND, Stencils REVOLVERS, Tlunk and A LocksmlthSuiL'EPAIRING SI'JoGIA..n

1000 ; and in the country 5 per Total .. . ..i.... ........ .. .3 Wffl 11! rem..mher the AUVOCATK office. OF and GUNS keys:: nt whoh'Rale.. Trunks and Valises Izz4 ,

r The lollowlnlt IS a comparative Itate. 1000. dons JlicuBY County TreasurerWALTON -' - --- Oun and Revolver parts:!: Main tat. Jacksonville\ 'Ia.
went of temperature and rainfall for 1 tbe difference 1 1 18
the
In the south -- -
week ending/ TttesdnyJan.2,1000. in the south Atll.ntlcdivision SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS,, Fruit Co. -
marked
-190fl- -190.JD..TII. very ; Patented In all countries. Only tackle Consolidated ,, SUPPLY COM
I and AND
y MAX. Miff. MAX. JIlIN. 32 and 103 for city kind In the world. Fitted SOUTHERN FUEL ,
of the
.17 70 OS 78 7.1: country respectively, and in the block

2S 1 7H 1 r,8 7t 4J south central, 45 and 181 per 100C( with the Wallon-Vlnton Rollei Distributors of-
20 71 !ill)0/ ::1\) in I In Bearer. Useful In any place where Coke Brick Lime Centeil:
30 7J 61 71 411! Illiteracy is general greater done. With these. blocks Wood Coal, ,
I;
Is ,
alclasses hoisting
I fi8 than the north for
72: till 73 the south'
:il
1. January. ]IIOt}. 1006.R of the population. one man can do the work of two Fancy? Oranges, *'
M 75 t>7 sold in the north. Cal!
72 Thousands
1 liB There are fewer Illiterates utnonj and Sidewalk BrickJffloes ..,..
PaYing .
,; 2 75 70( 71' born and see them in working order at this Vitrified
children of foreign ,
the parents
4 Total rainfall for the week 1.04 Pritchard A and _
Departure from normal rainfall for "be than among those of natives, office, or the store of .Ins. Grapefruit Jacksonville Florida. Tclepliom|

a week: plus .03 Indies. Depart owing, it is said, to! the fact that a Son Titusvllle. foot ol Dogan Street,

from normal rainfall slooe January; 1, portion of them live ii J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.;
greater
plus .21 Inches. Dude County Land For Sale. Fancy Vegetables .
cities. ___ ------ -
HAL. I*. HAROIN, Observer, __ - u - ---
For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House in tlu, I
MY CREED. of southeast quarter of section 3, township

Tins la the year 100U. Do not 38, south of range 41 east; close to PtT A

it 1905. We haver i e. Tltusvlllo Fla. ))00.31 toO! .>. on CAU LOTS ,
keep writing O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation CAR LOTS--LESS Wm.:: : : .. Boors: dt

r celved many letters of the above Lt :furJ''nstCoast.4dt'orafes St Lucie River;40 acres.

kind. We ate among the latest races to become Also, the northeast quarter of north. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEE!
civilized, and can already make : east quarter of section 18, township 38, ,
\ NEW YEAR'S DAY was n quiet one spectacles and false teeth. As I am on south of range 41 east; on south fork of Trite for particulars,

In Titusvllle. It was, however, a my journey homo from the meeting of St. Lucle River; 40 acres Apply to ; Flour, Grits Meal' and Fertilil200fEagtBay

lovely bright, sunshiny day, und the state Touchers' As ocliulon at All- II. WALTON, Walter Hawkins Fenl. Agt.
ami, aud not having much to do at fituavllle CHAS M Street, JACKSONVILLE, n.!'
everyone was hard! at work in this but to toiler about In the gunny TItusville Fla

,. town. or 1)inly nook, provided by the pepetu- Store 228 West Bay street, Catalogue Free. Warehouse on tracks of S. A. L. K'y.. and ACi I II

al green of thin land, and thus take Cleaning and PresHliitf. FLORIDA .. .. ..
ACKfONVILLE ..
lIun-batb-us a citizen of Titusvllle remarked J ---- -- .. ---_..- -- ----- - - -- --------
j,'. To the prophecy of Edison that I -and listen to the perpetual All work done up-to-date. Call and

'j electric automobiles will drive out chirping of birds It came Into my mind see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor

., the horse, the World replies that to write out my cioed. Barber Shop, on Washington: avenue. 4'APPLERATES MeMurray & Bake]
when the streets are that dangerous I am not much In favor ot ironcladcreeds. 'IN
; Homo, Indeed, claim that every IJruylng.
nobody will be here to care. thinking/ man has a creed, and that hlaBleed Street Jacksonville, l lorhl.Makers' ,,,
Plant
Day ,
. . developer or la modi lied as the ) 4O1-413
,
-
-
mind or changes. I think moat Draylng hauling l: of all l rude piomptly -
. IT ii understood that the will off ortieda grows contain some good thought and attended to. Meets all tralnn. Stove and Jobbers of-

Sir Henry Irving leaves two-third material. Just how my ireed will become wood for sale at all times. 'VRAPS'

of his estate, which consists solel ly modified ID tho tuture I am notl'repl1l'ed n. R. IIoJLTEif Tltimvllle.lilacksmltli Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Mat J

of the 100.000 realized at the recent to any ,
I. 1 believe in education. and
sale of his theatrical relief, II. 1 believe that children should! be aiul Repair Shop. Saddlery Rubber Tires.
t art works and library, to his two provided with such employment and exrclne ,

;!\ eons, Henry B. and Lawrence Irv > naturally an will enable, that they their may minds be to the develop If you want a new wagon; or an old NAILS First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Et

r I Ing. ____________-_-_-____ letter prepared to get a higher eduoa- one repaired, write, me.J. D.I KNNIS pay ,freight --- ---------
-- -
lon If they wish; or If not to bo better one way. xx -x- =i
!E: A NEW leaf should be turned thl8 repined lor this life, and consequently Titusvllle, Flo. TJT'D'S"V'JLLEJ::: -PRY: ::: ST11

r year. We want everybody to whom )urn enabled to add something to the THE "BOND" CRATE.

we are indebted to send in their)! wo..lln which they live. Druying tutu Hauling. ;d; SADDTEJHO
r 11 f. I believe that mothers and others BEST DUALITY WRAPS. FEED AND SALE
f bills for prompt payment. We do ihould be able to cook scientifically, for COATED NAILS.
the ADVOCATE to owe and ohlld- kinds of Braying and hauling CEMENT .. BUGGIES,
n I not want any ibe benollt t>f their children All ...STABLES.
( one as much as five cents after tin eu'a chi 1<11 eo. >promptly attended to, and Satisfaction See our samples and get our prices bflfore scrnd

10th instant. 1'lease remembe IV. I believe In an education that uaranteed.; buyIng. We want your or ,till cacao our children to have as muchLLspeut JOHN KKTTLER, Titusvllle. GallliM
''i I this, and send or bring your bills. r for the alted-and many beside Write us at Eau TRANSFER, TUKXOl

''I alt do the children of the "heathen Chln- Shoo Uelmlrlng. .. kiau

} TUB Cunarder Curtunnla's trip| 011. <'." :XXT:: ::: -X HAULING ETC. .ail
V. I believe that proper education
from'J tverpool to New York, made llacovers .and developes the hidden qual- I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair. J'. Di.!:. 01 b4an: ,

a comfortable showing for the lea and properties of the soul, that they lng, and do not forget It. Opposite Jaa.rltchard EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, TITUSVILLE.In rear of nobbln8' Law Office. TUW

greatest turbine merchantmen. Ii nay bo added to the.ntoe, and thus utll- & Son. ANDIIKW GIBSON _. -
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t. a mighty tempestuous trip she avo zeil VI.by Education all. that la worthy tbe Titusvllle, Fla. EAU OALLIE, FLA. -

erRged nearly 17 knott. She wai in avid .. -- --.- -
name will nee quality a person -- I InAYTOYA. ..
j, not designed for speed ; but the from his clothes anti belongings, and --- -

coal tests made, give her a rating; will fully appreciate* such persona of .

: of value. The turbine steamer rare worth.

s may be said to be a fixture. Negative.VII. 1 do not believe one can rank DAYTOVA, AM Eld YDAYCOIPAL

- . fairly correct estimate of a pupil's ed Hotel Grand Atlantic
1 ucatlon by the stack of books be carried FLORIDA.The PLA.IN r.A19L --
; r. TIIKUE: are thousands of pooph VIII. IX, X, eto. I omit at this time, ,

" in the North, who have become run not knowing how my mind may hang

i down and weak, that should come later. .
Oh, thin Florida! A person can hay Moat Beautifully Located Hotel In this Resort-directly on tbi
Coast the
the Florida East
to says -not 1hot, roasting climate In om ft. verandas -ORANGE B CRATE !
llorueaeeker. Many of them have place, and by going up two or threi Halifax River Only botel with large lawns. 2,000 al} Piece DX

no particular disease still they miles, one that is freezing, but sprinp Spacious office, Sun Parlor, Billiard and Smoking Rooms. Four 11
and winter mixed i All modern conveniences. Rooms single or en suite with bath IlL
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have no strength, and are gradually summer, autumn Orchestra iAI
f failing. To stay in the North one day ; nod that much better than tin Rates moderate. Ownership's management.
most approved climate-mixer of the pro
i met ns death. To come to the Kaei sent d.iy.: WM. THUEX. -- '
\ Coast, live out of doors twelvemonths J. II. JOHNSON & SONS.

in the year, means life;; Patient:
f COUNTY COMMISSIONERS We Never Our
r still there are some rather titan Disappoint

leave there their and die.old homes prefer to staj (continued from page 8.) IVY INN DAYTONA, FLORIDA. t&fjh Fulfill Every Promise and Un.r Hold Out False Hopes watt
... Vnrlennele
Stricture without the .U. orbongleand po
r WE CURE
Blood
p..hl 01' d etention froal business. Uoot.'ODII" of Me
B R Wilson phys In Insanity case. 2 on Cored serer to r.turn. wthorn mercury or mnerai mlxtaret 1.,1
CHEAT interest is being mani John Henry exam oom Ins ease . 1 (00 Will satisfy those who desire elegance with all comforts and conveniences VNfnr The Dr.Po.ftlwalyecred King M.dlo.1 Co..I.noettmul.nt on lutJ'u.lon org.nl.rII but p.rlltan.ood r.

tested in the Oruond-Daytona an E E Kolllna phys In insanity case 2 00 "'i-__.. lawn of the ewe or 080'1(1. for the t..atmeDI and fou.duJe'ra7 c"o
.
J l' Brown Ins . 1 .11 11 "..nrou..DdobroDlod'.n.' Dr. N. K. KI"" the ',
Bums com CBKO. MRS. FOLTZ Proprietor. ..._Iallo... ...,1011-
tomobile the .h.oblat eon.ol.lnl(
races on Ormond-Day tbl.10.01.ulo..I.
Wagoner & Co mdse for poor f. . 417.& .. -- --. "' \by urea of mtnnt pbllcl..1 And urgvoa. ,
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: tona beac Reports are coming A A Stewart rept of del tax for Nov 121110AI --- ---- ---- - ----- --- ---- ,..5 It:! ___V Our..oo..lo thetreelmeoeof rbrontu dlMaeMill I.. ..
AYTOXA IJI ACII. V w.u..both mtHllral.0.t.loo.rle.1 agenda
in from all of the world tha
\ parts ) FUND DIST. NO. 1. ,1\ w Onrofnaaa are equipped wltb al tb. ft A!v to to,sserr'jdra.ttn'
lea X-r r.Tlot' t r.y, nd Hn eoryi la fact*
parties are being made up who wil N M Fish road work . . . . . 5 no oonrrtTftnoe; known to cbametlloml .. .. Our,CUIU rl.u.h
tn
\ go to the races in January. Reports 'A S Wilson . . . 82; trained modern and In every.m.'ool' r...prct etund.nta.rguterly, and .e employ qaailflctl none but IJI'U'aDd

I are being made on the specie ROAD FCJI) DHT JfO.'S. The Pinehurst DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. lloenned pbr.tot-nn being In cbnnra .

construction of machines that wil N M Flab rood work . . . . . . 4 0ROAD t'' .We .... -ooQO D'.orC000mked forIlarume.rewai .
1\\\ oyihla Invtutlon. Onr terms for treatment average true:
enter the It is \, \ *
races. predicted I
tit*
laoluded aud we give
FUND JUST. NO. 3. 7)ra
that considerable excitement wil DAYTON C. BELKNAP ,If aoce of a cure within pOQlfled time
Prop.
N M Fish rood work . . . . . 32 I 0..; :20.4 fI'n .ueeeaafellytreetssdP
DISUSES.
1 C
be the result of the voting contest MY BEST Rrrr.AEIiczIs: CHRONI euro all ahn et.tT'1VY
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through the Florida Times-Union, ROAD FUND I>IST. NO. 4. - - :f ", UHll'WIJ" r oueb"Rupture Jtlltn..y Hydrooel.and. Praia.Illadder, L.....irouhtal.. ow. ..nd.ll I< Fn'
b T A Robinson roadwork. . . . . 4 M 3 tS; {;I1Ib DI....... tomo" end mellgnaat tronbba. .lCtarrb. doff
for all the clubs and road houses UNTIL CUllED.
) ., . . N..... Tbrost. need and J........ DIM... 01 K,. liD
A 8 Dixon 7\: :
intend to keep posted on their bul N M Fish 't . . ." 107' 110 Lorillard :Boat Co. N.CoNiuLTiNa K. KINa PxmotM.M. O. Chrome Unnatural D I>'...oh...ri...e....nt and VVnman.moo weaknmnea.uon an of wun IMiplweni"O"n "n.uatutlay .
letin boards the count of the bal raKardlncyuaroondltloDiryou ra lrk or .mlct.e. On reqoest
Roan FCNTI PtST. NO. 5.: W .ta mend you cur IIMratnre.Ineludinn Symptom blank for home trnnfmenc.
lots. It will be a great event foi TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. tW4SULTATION.YXAM1l4ATiN! ANI) AI>VICKTlTI: N M( Finn road work. . . . .. . 42.:
H beautiful Southern girl to crown DR. KING MEDlC L CO., YtirlytfXAiedheath.hwBuer! :: Atlanta t(;?
the speed kink. lie may be a de OA.MK WARD(.( Fl'Sn. Boats Bought Sold and Built to Order
+ stinguisbed Frenchman or Avneri J P Brown sal game warden . ao) Ot::) ,
Johnson A: Paterson com on bunt 1 0 (XIIA '.)
i1 can millionaire. Senator \\ J, Conkllng IQ (.x; ::: :: ::: .. ].led
1 Morgan, of New York, is working ZE3ra.grir3.eFOU SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADYOCI
like a Trojan to make the above KINK AND KOUKK1TUKK.: FUND.J nr"DOAT8 THE SUMMER-RepresenUtlve for;
P Brown com on linen j p ct. S 07 the'r.&ill. Reversible Gallolene EngIne, ifs to 25: horse power. The only
of the successful
( races one most J M Sanders: trim pros J p ct . 213: engine; of the kind In }Florida and the best on the market. See this engine In
f ever held in Florida. J P DrowQ" . is 13 boat at place of busIness-end of City Wharf. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING



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EAST! COAST NEvVS. .: -
Ellis bas moved to Mima to stay. Everybody anxiously looks far the ar FIRE INSURANCE I

Too much water at Long Coi'nor. vival of the APVOCATB. .
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i Mr. Bloodworth left, Sunday, for a Mesdames IlochkUs and Battler were

few days' stay at Valdosta, Ga. visiting Mrs J. VV. Naylor on Monday.Mr. \ .

'p Contributed, bv Our: Ilewular; t J. T. McGuire has commenced to sot anti Mrs. C. D. Provost, of Gooigl


Mrs. L. Price lost a valuable Jersey Tho Victor Eros", of Georgia, are visit-
. . . .
.N..fa1N.N.tt.l1N. ....- .- ..................... cow last :Saturday, killed on the railroad UI: ( Master Qeo. DougUs for a few days

Mi W. W. Ballard has been appointed ndtnlnlstiator Mr. end Mrs. Frey wero visiting Mr .1

*Jtle5 e send all communications I I Eau Gallie. tate. to. the C. C. Kernoddla: es- e"and". Mrs, 1C.. Salmon' ou New Y ar's .,

.iwm-1tol"] publication to "Editor

'pAxft;Titusville, Fla," Geo. Gardner, of LaGrange, has purchased ,1. B. Bakor, of Abodoen, Md., has ClJUched .
WI" ;, --- the oitngo crop of Mrs. B. J. \ to erect a line residence on his ,
'", 'I SAKATI I'. ROD( SO"IMUBK1AN AM BOJlORUN. .MIlAM. K>t on ItaitoD. ave.
WeT'camiol' guaianteo to publish fcan Ualll Florida.
1"do not reach this office before W. J. Duncan l1 commenced shipping John Cooper, of Atlanta, brother of

. \f1 I Pleasant! wonher: with local showers the Drop of oranges from the tiooil Mi'*. It. E. Minis, hits boon visiting the
ursday8.
lining, the week nil grove. AIIIlIII* family the pout week .
.
Lot Pi Ice returned, Monday, from a f'6wls Herring erecting n boathouse
Mr. nnd :Mrs, K. .S Randall: Boston\ ,
.. OI respondent 8 oblige UM by are now at Miami, Kin. short visit with his parents in :South: 01,1 has bought a fast yacht from tin

.he uamoH of people. anil places Carolina. 31 1 tthows Boat Co., of BoHcom, O
Rev. J. \V. Walker was the gust' of
:r possible\? li. .s. C. Hodgson on Sunday hist.Col . E. 1). Redfleld of Philadelphia, was in bliss Florence llodgion, of Euu Gallic, ,
Minis on Fiiday, soliciting consignmentsof "ht has been viaitllgtItedaughtersOf I
,,. N. II. Perry killed I two large oranges. R. )'<. Minis, left for home on Sunda)'.
(elbourne.t. rattlers: this week while out hunting. \
Mrs Eunice Woiley, who Is touching bliss( Kntlier Genl.sli, daughter/ of Mr
Capt. McNab In Improving the lawn at Artesla, was visiting Miss It. N. Mlms lefrlsh. of the Cumnior Lumber C"U ",
about Craig Appln, his Eau Gallic teal a few days last week. visiting Miss, Stella Douglas this week. LOWEST RATESLEADING

!\\ QOODK. Real testate, dence.
Convevananr.- Anent fur Notaryu Ktn.i Mr and !Mrs. Harry Roberts entertained Will| Cox, who has been nt his grovo
and Loiitlnnnncl Globe:And If artforianroCompante. : Miss A. Florence Hodgson returnee at New Y ar'tl dinner, Mr. C. 8. Hal. here the past: mouth, left on Monday to
.. .Special' attention from a pleasant weeks visit at Bonavcn lou, Miss Ballon and Mr. DI lIou. 1 aoce Pt position. with the Western
e Interests ot non resident ture on Monday last. Union. m
.-1- A. M. Tcrwllllger returned, Tuesday,
hbftcrlptlons for the ADVOCATK, The watch night at the M. E church from St. Augustine; after spending the bfisi.Stella Douitlis gave acard party AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES
on New Years eve, was well attended by Chilstmas with his of ,
apex of the East Coast, will bet holidays family. oi\ Tuesday evening, In honor her
| the Melbourne Postofflco. an Interested congregation.Mr. guests( the Misses Ilitllo Covington

L_ McAllister Is pushing on bin boat In A her daughter appearance of a at very the tender lenlderne ago put of aDd lather.!; Oerrlsh. The color nrhema. :EE: c-- Gk 'AZaTON':' .'

[IA. Ilorton Is visiting her chll- an fast as possible.. The new one 18 !Mr. und Mrs. I'. L. Kjzer: on Deo. 'J7.! "'\' rod and gru u. The hou o was ,

grandcblldren in Fort Plerc!!. much larger than tho old one. IOaJ1t1fully decorated wllh evergreens (Successor' lIOI.ItILlIValton)
Mrs. Owen and daughters/ after spending and gland display of roHen.. The tal TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA '
ee, of Fort Pierce, was among Capt. J, II. Andrews returned to Tlb- several days with relatives,' returnee lies, were hand-painted by !Miss (Ion lab. <
of Hotel Carleton on New bnls, Fla., on Saturday last, after a pleasant to her home in Jacksonville on Sunday. '(ho invited !guests were the Misses ._ L ."'

week spent In Eau Gallie. Eveline Travis, Willie Martin, (Iell\ent- I
Judge J. B. Whlttlngton of Valrlostn \
tntsmen are bringing lu big: lots Capt. Symmonds returned to Eau Ga., Is expected in Mims,on the Dili Instant liu! NnKletvn. Blanch Felt, Cornelia Magr TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT ,;
There Is no finer fishing grounds Gallie on Sunday last, after a short Hip to look after his orange Interests.R. . ).ler, llallle Covington, Esther (}ei'-
ast than here to Melbourne, where the Captain has a risiii Xiiiide llardi-p' M.ilme Ilardeo, ;
charter A. Conkling, chairman of Ttievaid Elizabeth Ilughlett: Kate WalkerEIIIIOJ'POtlee
lenrv Sutton and wife, of St. County Commissioners, was In Minis on Martha Greene, Marguerite; Win Send your money by Post Office i:
o i., who sj out last winter at the The Ran: Gallie Card Club met at :Sunday, visiting P. L. Kjzer and P. W "tlll1dIUItfe"rs.. Harolii Givunu. 1'. lCanava .
are again among Its favoilte Ploewood Lodge, the residence of Mr Roberts Leslie Bennett, E. E. \Hanck, TJ. Order, Express Money Or- 1

and Mrs. J. E. M, Hodgson, on Thursday ( !too,,"., Walter Hatter, Theodore
A. M. has fine der Draft New York Your
last. Terwlllfger; purchased a Walter on ,
Eue Ilopkinenfterapleasantvisit TrHln, Grimes, Frank Allen and
ten-acre oiango; grove a few miles south
| and Mrs Henry Whiting, at Mrs. Fowler and several assistants:are of Jacksonville, on the, east side of the Ge0rKe ouglas./: Personal Check, or If Currency, ,
left :New Years IS. E. llanck won tho first prize for
woottage, on now at Sarno awaiting the arrival of the :St.: Johns River
tuart. Kentucky Military Institute, which Is ce\it'eineii' a silver stick pm ; Eveline by Registered Mall Upon receipt .' .
Travis I the lad.,'ti prize a burnt wool ,
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this week.
adsworth and sister, Mrs. Saraho expected !! TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The bov,1'l and Fra.nkl1en, the booby prize: of deposit we will mall you ;'

came from Fennville, Mich., O. F. Paddison and family, returned a Iltt Idrull1, with the lusoilpilon, "May-
be ago, are now nicely settled In on Sunday last from a weeks stay at be yOu can beat this" a pass-book with your name . ;,

w home in Melbouine. Point Caswell, N. C., with Capt. and following ale the times of arrival T'I'o|' refreshments consisted of dellcl- and the amount of your deposit u'

t. Lyon left Tuesday on a busi !- Mrs. K. P. Paddison. and departure of passenger trains to and owl (ice cioum and cuke Souvenirs weie ,
his Northern home \Vau- bOllrt-ahape,1 bu. s of candy. enterod therein.
i to at The Advance Guard, of the! Kentucky from Titusville: ,
IL, but we hope soon to see him Mlllltary Institute, arrived In Eauiallie S 9
[his handsome Melbourne home on Saturday last. The special train Is SOUTHBOUND. Torture of a 1'reaelier.'t1 .
L0av sTltusvlll for Miami ami 1 ::ID a lumturmtiUliite ,
lary K. Moses, of Philadelphia, I expected about the 7th lust. points at )} 9,40 I'i m << story of the ,torture of lov.! 0. 1 U.

ved on New Years .and is again I A large; turtle crawled out of the liver NOHTIIKOOND.Leave Moore, pastor of the Baptist church, (If
ne guest at Hotel liellevue. Her : at A. K Hodgsn'a; house, on the Eau Titusville for Jacksonville }I as3aatn: llm-j'ersvlllc, N. Y., will IntniuHt you. The First National i 1 Bank '
Melbourne friends are always glad Gallie, and deliberately made her a nest( ana Intermediate points at a:U8 p i m lie says: "I sulfured agonies, b cansu ofa j
or return each season. and laid her eggs, not seeming to mind Titusville for Sanlord Too: a m Persistent cough, ,insulting from the ,
Alrrives'lltusvliia rroiu HanforU liD!! uiUeorgiana.
p Ctrlr I hail to sleep sitting In bed
the lookers In the least, and when she up
nd Mrs. Alex J. Ooode : a on Miami Fla.Payl1
gave
got through, waddled back to the wator.A I tiled:l many remedies, without lellef, .
dinner the rela-
ars to following I took
until|| Dr. King's New Discovery
d friends Mr. and Mrs. H.t.. for t/ousiiniplion! Coughs and Colds --a; por ooatxt.; oxx>> Savings y
Mr. and Mrs. C. !M. Beiinjoan, :Fearful Fnto.
wblcl entirely cured
my cough, amsavod
-iUII'OUNDI'U) '; QUAK'IHItLV .
ABle Beanjean and Messia Kyle It 1s a fearful fate to have to endure me from consumption." A nand f
Frank of Kenosha WIs.
Lyman, was
bot, of Piles. "I can for
the terrible torture cure diseased conditions of Throat
In town last week visiting his aunt and
Simmons and wife, of Detroit, truthfully say," writes Harry Colson, (If cousins, the Misses boud. and puogf/ At the Red CrusH. 1'bar CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $10,000.
ho spent several weeks at Hoteln Masonville, la, "that for Blind, Bleed ruaiiyi; price Wlo und $1.00( guaranteed
> are now at Rockledge, where log, Itching ami Protruding Piles, Buck Mr and Mrs.\ White dined will Mrs Tilui bottle fioe. Fire-proof Vault. Burglar-proof time-lock t ;
lually spend the winter. We were len's AinioaS.ilve, Is the best cure made., Handy and Miss WI fight New Years Hay, ------ '

o see them go, but know they will Also best for cuts, burns and Injuries and called on Mrs. Luna Ilalnlin In the Lotus. steel chest. Fully Insured against 4 t\.
ack 25o at the Red Cross Pharmacy. aftei'noon.Mis. '
again.
fire and burglars. Every officer / .
Luna Ilntnlln and charming .,
Thomas Meehan and sister, Mr,
s, John Burn and little son, John I Merritt. daughter, Miss Elsie, of Miami, are Mr// Ennis, after upending two weeks and employe .', ti',

0 Mr Burn's mother all of Philan spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. here, went to Tltusvllle, Tuesday, to visIt is bonded. ., :, '

arrived Saturday night, and are F. Bergman Is oonvaleslng after a temporary O. N. Page.Misses bet son, J. D. Ennls.

their winter homes in the west 'I illness. Emily and Charlotte Bond were plies| Alice Chalkor, of Rockludge, re- WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS--.LARGE OR SMALL. ,'

Melbourne. Nevins Is having a speed boat calling on Auntie Hughes, Miss Minnie retllrrJed| home on Tuesday. after spend y
Thos. F. and Mrs. A. J.. lit' Tues with friends I
W. L. Ilaskln was made happy built at his boat house. Hughes uner, on ing 0veral tiny" here. ,: .

arrival of his wife on New Years. day of last week. Mr. and, \Mrs. L. I). Tucker returnedto

list Mrs. Haskln wiI!!! be as well New faces Is are seen each day.. The Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Simmons, of Kenosh.i Stuart. this week, after spending the Do Agents M\ ooy RONALD & FISKE Tho Agents(/Standard I' ;)! I
d with Melbourne aid its people population Increasing. 'j
1V Is., arrived some ten days ago, holityays with Dr. Capron's family :ii Cycle Engine 4 Cycle Engine

1,el General.Caileton.Their headquarters Is Rector Martin has returned Fla. after and are cosily Mettled In .their comfortable School cloned) last Friday; after a suoceHirul l>i to 0 U. P, COCOA, - FLORIDA n to 3(1) H. I'. 1 i, : l
at Tropic winter home
spending Sunday IM.A.n.XN'JD
term Miss\ Miller, the teacher,

Rebecca Spongier, and charming A party of Flttsburgers; who are spend Mr. and Mrs. Frank JCIngman, of Itils- left, Saturday: , to opou school at Grant. : : : : : :lDNGXJ.TE. : SUPPLIES '. I
ter, Miss Kmma: arrived from ing the winter at Kockledge were visitorsat tol, WIs., on their way IOMIAmitospeud I I : ,
antsvllle :N. J. New Years Quite' a number of orange/ trees are -XJnrd.'VV'n1"0-: I .
on the River View Tuesday. tho winter, stopped over here for a few
and are again among the pleasant days visit with their many lends, who beli>i{ Ret, and tho weather conditions WE CARRY THE MOST: CUlI'r.ETI LINK OK MARINE UAnDW.AnE
and
.
Nevins kind
F. that of
Thos. be for
better
of Hotel Carleton. It Is needlesswe Mr. and Mrs. Erupt never ION
to their faces.
are always glad bee smiling
N. Y. will THK EAST COAST.Acme 1' ,
are all delighted to see them Frank Nevins, of Brooklyn, work
bourne again.se arrive this week for the winter.Mrs. E. Vosey Hall's now passenger; and 1 'Chalker No. 10 and Climax No. 0 Dry Untlorlos\ Hwltch, Spank Plugs, Spark: Colls, ;i.; {, ;
freight boat the Lena made her Hint Aubrey and Albert aro over Wire, Timers, Spark (laps, Detachable Terminals, Pocket Ammeter ,I I'' II,
M. B Parker, of the St. Luole trip January 1st., front Tropic to India- From Uockledge, thla week, harvesting Bras and Iron Pipe, :Elbows, Tees, Unions, etc. Tobin Bronze Shafting, I'ropal- I '1:I, ::.
of liieiiinoulaoa Record Club, St. Lucie, Fla.,. has been spending nola, landing at Intermediate points on sweet; potatoes! and setting young nursery lors, Steering Wheels, Hlieet Urnnn, and eOI'Ier' Copper, Galvanized and Wire Nail*. t "
of Miss .
[do not know of a single Instance the past few days as the guest the Island, as well as Itockledge/ and HOtk| Write for Catalogue, / I .

a cough or cold resulted In pneu- Lore, at the River View. Cocoa. We all wish him good luck anda CliH tmaA here was pleasantly spent. I OUR PIIICFH AHE LOW AND OUR OOOUS THE JEST, 1 If

6r consumption when Foley's Dr. Chas. Hill and wife, John Reed and, busy and prosperous season.la . Thor was A nice XMas tree, loaded with .. -- ....-- --- ._, ___h... _ __. _. _ ,
r and Tar had been taken. I ten resH wife /and son, D. btClalr Nlsbet candies' and presents; also a nice pro-
and colds perfectly, so do not Arthur Robling, of Indianola, were Mud Chase. ;ramn>*> by the reboot. aboard, Mr and Mrs. II. W. Ilessey, and Indianola. .
banges with some unknown preps at the hotel Sunday, !Mr. and Mrs Chine Woodward. bin.Ooslingexpectcd .
guests Ming Elr.iii!: Geiger of White City came
,
mad chase to make the In
which contain opiates, Millions rush In after run f
may of faddlam up a from extreme
cause oonstl!pation a condition that Pirating Foley'a Honey and Tnr. health, one to : during the b.>li when if would eat
for another they only ,
Ask
a recovery from a cold. originated; and Whit City OQ Saturday. Judge' Hancock has Ids launch, tile with nine scholars, and a prospect of j t
s Honey and Tar and refuse any Foley & Co., Chicago good food!, keep their bowels regular {
I lute offered. Sold by the Red Honey and' Tar as a throat and lung with Dr. King's New Life Tills, their Egypt; :, out on the ways, giving her .a non having throe more.

Pharmacy, litusvllle, Fla. remedy, and on account of the great troubles would all pans away. Prompt Furious 1"I&rhtlllJ thorough overhauling for the winter..* Abel Hlldreth has bought n large )
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey relief and quick cure for liver and stom- uiness launch, :'Clft.: In length, with u 20th century ,
Job I'rlutlng.ot and Tar many Imitations are offered for ache trouble iifto:; at the Red Cross Thar- "P'ur seven years, writes Oeo. "W. engine, of Capt. A. Goode, of Melbourne ;
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey ma:y; guaranteed.: HoffttJn: of Harper, Wash., "I had a Robert McPherson's) residence on and Is enjoying himself! very
substitute offeredas bitter fattle, with chronic stomach and avenue D U going skyward rapidly, and
and Tar and refuse any much on the river
that at the AD- ---
forgot the fact other preparation will give the liver trouble, but at last won, and cured already helps the appearance of that partof ),
B office, Titusvllle, we do job no satisfaction. It Is mildly laxative.It Malabar.Orange my diseases, by the use of Electric Blters. town very much. Mr' *. George II* Moore, who hall been I
ig of all kinds. neatly, cheaply and same and Is safest for \ unhesitatingly recommend them visiting her daughter Mr*. J. M. Field, .
Itlously. Letterheads, Noteheada, contains no opiates Sold by to all, imd don't Intend In the future to Thos. J, DnStueben Is busily engaged( of Seabreeze, arrived In Indianola last .
delicate
ads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other children and persons.Tltuivllle Fla. be without! them In the bouse. They In erecting a long dock which connect week, to spend some time with relation
,
Red Cross Pharmacy, and has
the grapefruit packing
I wonderful medicine to ilsi fish and oyster house with the shore. here.
are certB.inl a ,
taken the place of fishing. will\ be of the I
Tltlll 1 one be.t.equipped
'
--- -- --- have nuch a bad a* mine. I
- - Hared case
establishment on the East Coast.The Mr and Mr, Meeker have taken the"Birds ,
..F... Miss Frances Arnold returned on Monday Sold, ullder guarantee to do the same for Nest" for the winter and
Ftff we
.. :
....+fifrFtf'ftf'fiMtf..+ftGtf.444....... to Eau lapis, where she took chargeof yeti, by the Ked Cross Pharmacy, at 6Oo ground around the Danforth hope they will find It such n resting

her school on Tuesday a bottle. Try them today.Btuart. lotel have been very much beautified place that they will not care to leave U

Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne,office, Mrs Ferris Is making Improvements hit season, the Interior hats all been repainted very soon.MUs .

# 00 her place. She Is also going Into the eta and guest will find the
Sanderson Ih.|
Whiting
la creating our Raymond
raising of poultry on a large scale. hotel run on the usual high standard. Sanderson and Mr. and Mr Fred i
.. . .. ... *
.. .. ..
..... Remember, the AbvocATB Is one of Mr. and Mr. Walter Kltchlng daugh-; Humphry attended the party last Fri
- the largest weekly papers published on The east: Coast Fish Co., at this points ter Josephine, and Mr. nod Mrs. Langley/ day evening, at bliss Hughlett'i, Cocoa,

FURNITURE DEPARTMENT i the, East Coast. Are you a subscriber slipping a number of barrel) of fish Kltcblng, of liewed'y! England, returned and report it very delightful: evening.

daily. Monday night from a week'. cruise
Wllliette Forest returned homeon / ,
Miss Jalma Lapliam met with.a very painful
Saturday from Miami, where she had Cleveland Kltelling returned home to In their handsome launch, all far south accident last Tuesday morning, when

wants of tbe people and he :: been attending a meeting nf the State: Stba tn, Wednesday morning, after a M Palm Beach loading his launch with orange, lie ;"
the '
to meet genuine reacbers' Association. few da1* visit bore. Tbe yawl-rigged; yacht Trochee, dropped : made misstep, and truck his limb between j
::
now claims to have the most complete line of Miss Julia Arnold returned home on The town I I. filling up with ttrangeV anchor In her borne port on Monday the boat and wharf, breaking a- ,

\ ... I Saturday, from Boston where she has Every tom I I" rented, and the hotel are afternoon after tv week' cruise on the blood vessel between the knee and ankle. j ,
pent the past two' yearn. She:! has come lillnff up rapidly.' Indian Hlver an far a* Ucbnstlan. Stops: The iitruos care and quiet will be necessary . .
House Furnishings ever seen on tbe river, : :borne to take charge of the household Florida Is here. were made at Bewail' Point, filberts for the next ten days or two weeks, I ,v
. The If. H. dredge-boat: vessel
to allow the blood to heal. '
,duties, since her mother's death. She will|| dredge] out the channel enteringInto liar, Fort Pierce, Hue: Hole( Narrow,

? : Jupiter :Narrow at (Gilbert liar. and .s>t Orchid, where the finest grove Kev. J, O. Black Green Cove Springs, ,tQave
of citrus trees In He. Lucie county can I .
Lamps
You have heard of Angle Doctor. Could Not hells Her. u* two fine sermons last Sunday. ;
... Frank Andrew, of Cincinnati, Ohio be seen In full bearing.! 1 hi* grove I I. both ff
If the size of the congregation, lathe
# who I I. few day here landedan owned Frank Foster and 25
"I had kidney trouble for years, spending a by cover and .: '
morning evening, was an1lndlcation ,
Some people call them Angel Lamps. Write us ## 'writes Mr. Raymond Conner, of Shelton :! 8ft. s P_rk On Monday jnornlng, at the ere*. Oyster<< duck and fish were of the esteem In which lie I I. held j, ,'
I Wasli., "and the Dr. could not help Inlet. found to be plentiful on the upper Indln '
It the
among us, wi a !good sign all I
and we will tell you the Joke on Mr. Rockefeller. .1 me. I tried Folej'a Kidney Cure, ard FisbluX near the bridge and around lilver: A stop was made at Pelican \house was filled both morning und even- ;
. I the vary first dose gave: me r-ief and I edge o/ May Montana shoal, has been Island, which I Is a very Interesting sight. ing.

m am now cured. I cannot say too much very good thlll week. Large catches of Aboard the yacht were: )[r. and Mrs. J. At the evening/ service Mr. Brondage:

FEE & STEWART COMPANY : :for t'oley's Kidney Cure." It makes tbe .beep.U.ad are made dally. Hancock, on, Frederick ; and Staney delighted: the congregation/: with a con-
rr 4 Diseased kidneys sound so they will elimInate Kltcblog: owner. tralto solo "I'm a Pilgrim url, I'm a
,
.
the from.the blood. Unless Oeo. tfosllog left early Monday niorn-
poison with Jrl. Charles Hill
: a* accompanist -
{ Melbourne and Fort Pierce. .. :(bey do this, good health Is impossible log for a trip to l'alnllleaola In his speed /Stranger: the
done at this office. on organ.
,Sold by the Ked Cross.) Pharmacy. launch. The following guest were JOB PRINTING
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TITUSVIL. r FLA. JANUARY 5. 1906.
1. EAST OOAST ADVOCATE 1



0 ERMANBNT MEADOWS should have ------ r 3.e Florida East Coast R'j'




T 9-j I an annual dressing of 500 pounds per rr 1


acre of a fertilizer containing eleven per cent. Watch this space for the new time-tab]


POTASH and ten per cent. available phosphoric i On January 9th the winter tourist


acid. schedule will be inaugurated,


force out sour with four trains daily
This will gradually grasses
I .
: / t, cyryo each way.
f.' ;
the meadows and bring good
t and mosses from f


grasses and clovers; thus increasing the qualityas


well as the quantity of the hay. NEW TIME TABLE.


WI Our practical book, "Farmer's Guide," gives valuable facts'for every "t. Commencing Dec.,22nd- a new.schedule

sort of crop-raising. It is one of a number of Looks on successful fertiliz- 'brlY ?l will be effective on the Florida East

ation which we send on request, free of any cost or obligation, to any l( } t Const Railway.

farmer who will write us for them. The new time card will vary consider-
the present one In effeot, but
ably from
GERMAN KALI WORKS
N. .. Adclrei/l.Street. or Atlanta. U..-2ZX So. Broad Strict. Each Week. . those employed at the station and the
New York-93 /i u .. __ __ .' n . Four Sailings will more
-- ---- -- traveling public In general,
--
--
-- ' Hhnpe oflteriiol:;] In that of a wpdxe havIng YORK. appreciate the time of the art I-

V CORN BREEDING straight' sides, nUll edgex. This BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW val readily and departure of trains.

shape admits of the kernels titling together and Miami
seleetlon of Srvd-Kr..m Stuck!' In the at Charleston, S. C. both ways) No. 09\ the Palm Beach
?, HO compactly that little or no Calling at
dally
I Klel.l to slimed Iratle.Dy will leave Jacksonville
'?*, C. P. 1IAHTLEY apnea Is wasted. The germ the most in the Coastwise ServiceThe Limited In ntusvllla at J:30a. :
Steamships arriving
Finest
without nutritious portion and the portion in rhe 8:20: p. m.,
L A dcslrabl") Htalli' of corn In one Miami 80: a, m.
and at
which Is locutcnl the embryo plant Southern Lines. m.,
;\ suckers, or ofTnlioots thick at the nhould be !Urge, smooth and firm! Clyde Now England and No. 211! carrying United States and
i hate, with well developed roots gradually Direct Service Between leaves Jacksonville dally

t taporlnif toward the top and bear-, 1Ye.tern 11I11".1' 1..CrT. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. at:0a.inarriving Havana mail, Tltusville\ 2:1S

tag n good our or ears .BllRlitly lx>lovtr of the unique cli.irncterlHtlcH of 10o'clockin ;
f One tfoth Miami
::
C. ) at
Charleston, S. ways the afternoon
c not advlsablo west (Calling J; at In
Its middle ..oint. It In poi-hiipH the sheep raising Industry lu the BAILINGS

i even In the southern staler, to Is that It offers' opportunities to men .. .... . . .... ... .8EMI-WEKK1.Y.. .. .... . . ... ... ... .. ..... ..from Lowln Wharf JackMipTllle. Boston the evening. and mall, also sleeping
obtain a taller growth of utnlk than with no capital.. Instances are common orthbounil..'.. ..... ..''.... .. .... .... .. ... _. ...from. foot of Catherine Street Ko. OS, baggage arilvlatf -
m.,
Miami at b:20: p.
,
l huialx leaves
and In tho extreme north the where men starting\ as on cars,
fort,
ten
short growing HPUHOII docs not permit monthly pay of, say, $.10, and having Clyde St. Johns River I ine. In TitiiBville at 3:33:I a. m., at

; of morn than half tliln growth of Ktulk.Ti'lie been found faithful have boon trusted . Jacksonville\ 8:40 1\. m.
stall .should bo free from smut or with flocks of sheep on shares. "'ltI1 BETWEEN JAOKSONVILLE:: AND SANFORD. No. 'is, leaves Miami at (1 I a. in., arriving

other dlMcuHO, IIOHHOHM' well formed( this ns a stepping stone they have pro- stopping at Palatka. Attar St. Francis Ilaredford(DeLand),and intermediate landIngs In Tltimvllle 2:08: o'clock In the
November 18,1'WB.!
>'I, Wades, preferably twplvo to sixteen groHHtil until within a few years they on the St.Johns River commencing( WeitneHclay, .. afternoon, and In Jacksonville at 7:30

find have Its ears uttnchi'd Uy un cur have got together hockS of their own "CITY JACKSONVILLE": nmi "F 13I)'K I>elSAKYnra .

stalk or shuuk not more titan four or numbered by the thoUl Bail
to atl following
Is appolntod The
who
engage {
farmer .
The western leave. Sanford, tlally. except Sundays at 9.30 a. in. Oth.
In other Industries ou hilt land usuall; Nortb.l!<>und the above schedule on January

shows a disposition to keep a flock ot K..tlth-liUlllul SCHEIJULE_ Itel..1 up. :No. 35, Palm Beach .and Miami Express -

from CO to UX! ) sheep as a "side line'" Iteadt ( Iwn. .... ... ..., .. ..... .. ....J..rkM..nvllle..--:..- ..... .. ................. 'rrlve 2 00 a. m. leaves Jacksonville .. :20 p. m., ar
Leave. 830ptn. ....... .., .............. I.eave 8 CO p. m. ,
and Incidentally It may be rcmurke Leave S 4/1/ p. 111. ........ .. .... .. .... . . ..a/.tk1.. .... .. ..... .. ..... ..... l.e..ve 3 3f p. m. Tltusvllle 10:30( j>. in., and at
.. .. . at
f 00 n+. ............... .. A"t..r .. .. ........... Leave. 200p.m riving
of fal Leave 8 a. .. .. ...... .
1 1t of the bent yields .. .... .....St. t'rnucl.
..
that Home ...
........ .
Leave 430a. at .. .. . .. .............Le..ve 100 p. m. MlarnlTtfOa.: m.
r sown wheat which have brew s'uretl Leave ... ....... .... . ..ereofor'l'i ((11.&n.l..) .. .. ... ... ........I..ve gaOa.m. Y Special-all
,...... Nassau
.... .... fI..nford. and
... .... MIami
.
.. . .
. ..... 10 Oil a. m.Gen' No. 23
lu recent bay Arrive 1130 a. ut .....,........ ....... Leave
In the northwest years Arrive 10:011g. II). ..........................Enterprlse. train leaves Jacksonville\ 8
,
, i ir broil from land. on which the growing', Jacksonville 1'ailorcar
,
122 W. Bay 12:40 m.,
Ticket Office. Tltusvllle : p.
and at
thfurnler's arriving
crop was grazed close down by ) Passenger a. m.,

i sheep In the curly spring untl M. ItlONMOVOER: JK., Aunt. ton, Pans.. Ann. t'l"Mt: Bay St..Jacksonville Jacksonville. Fla. And Miami at 7:25: p. m.

iI I>, the field looked absolutely bare.-Wai W. O.'r.COOPEK.Jr., Local Frt.Altt.Knot( Jacksonville llnt. St..okHonvllle" C. P. LOVKLL, Kla, Buperiutandeut No. 28, Palm Beach and Miami. Ex-
Farm and Fireside. CUYDK Ml LXK, Gen. Frt. A<{t.;dew Vor1THEO. 3:10 m., Titus-
lace Fuwcett la A. O. H AOKIl'TY, Oen'l E...fn Pom. Attt. New York WM. F CLYI>K CO.. General. Agents. press leaves Miami at : p.
a. KGKR: General M.i.iaer.| New York. arrive at Jacksonville -
Park and
CliosolirouifU Huildtiuc. 19 State St..Opposite Battery vllle 1:13 a. m.,

r I<, I'liltnl; Htnt..N n* hints Country. C. H. WAL/rON1. Agent, Titusville, Fla. at 7:40 a. m.No. .
; The United States has entered the ---- Special-all
- ----. ... --- ., -- -- ---- -- - -- 47 Miami and Nassau
list\ of the world's rice producing and - - - leaves Miami\ 8:15 a"m.,
Parlor car train,
exporting countrlcn. Figures compiled arilvtngatTltusvUleat2:50\ : ( p. m., and
by the bureau of statistics' show that Coast Line ,
i ( Hi'&: <::'.':'::i.i\:: t MI!!':it.\t!\ ; ::;:\ ;tt':::.!;I}. the exports of rice to Cuba alone In Atlantic R'y. Jacksonville at 7 :40 p.m.
'
the fiscal yenr .100. amounted to 34-
A PBODUCTIVK AND A I1AUBKN BTALK. 1)70.414 pounds against' GO.H.OH3! poundsIn

\ five Inches lu length. The first cut 1luatrnteH II.f' the preceding year the value of rice The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson 1

f' a good stalk and a aloud exported to Cuba being UU3N19 In Bale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November. time-card etc.,
.1 barren stalk which grew singly and 1005 n gal nut'$10,085 1004. The total For information. ,

'. but eighteen luclion apart. 'value of rice of domestic production, TO THIS EAST.
"
I', It should be borne In mind that the. shipped out of the country in the fiscal Over Its own rails to Savannah. Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence f.e. .6-sk: the .6-gec.:: t_
t stalk U the individual and that It coiresponda year: loon Including that to the noncontiguous via the Pennsylvania Railroad. .

to the Individual anima territory of the United! ._ _
... n
._
which with good brenlera la BO car* States was $0,301.011 against' .fO<))7- TO THE 'Wl ST. '
R.
& Ohio R.
I fully chosen. Experiments conducte 387 In 11KK and lrt.4C4 In 1"1),'). :Meantime The Louisville A Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile :

f' by the department of agriculture bave the Imports' of rice have fallen Southern Railway
IcmoitHtratPd that luiiiortunt eta from practically $4,000,000 In 1800 to TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.

characters such ua height height of $2,000,000( In IOCS.impoveiisfietf. VIa Savannah and Ocean Steamahlp'Company for Now York, Fblladeldhla Via Savannah B08-
Baltimore.
car! character of root growth quantlt; ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and for Balti- EFFECTIVE MAY 2 8, ISMW.
and width of foliage number of suck and Merchants' and Miners"Trannporttalon Company

ors number of Stalks per our etc., are soil more and Philadelphia. Vestibule Train. Ea t. :No 841 I No.20 NORTH AoiD WEST. .

transmitted to a strong degree. It 1 III Two LvJaoksunvllle. )0.1"....... . ......SonyJesup. .
HAVANA. Jacksonville..BuRy It lea leap ...... ' II'Lv '
therefore iiecensary to select lIl'aears TO KEY: "WEST AND Lv Lv ...... .... ......... .". 11411.. I040p LvJe.up.Oa.\Oa.... ................. I. u .
from stalks that are well developed Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. R..vannab.. ........... .... .". .. 1 Sip 1215a Ar ArMacon Atlanta. Oa. . .". ..............,... .e.
tl\tOe
Boil Columbia....._..... .. .. a Sep (Ia.. .... ... .............. "
antI this can bo done only by selectloifrom Impoverished ,like impov- ArCharlntle...... .......... ." 1021\1' a /Sea Ar Rome ... .... .............,. euDanville
standing stalk. at ripening time. Made Jacksonville for all Points AI' Greenbl.re............... .."' 113112 1p Arl'hattanooga Ar1)altdmGa.; Tenn............. "
'riwlieil blood, needs a proper Connection AI' .....r..... ..... H 22180 21111' Ky ... ....() J CRichmoin
The most Important character see chemist Ar .... .......... " -6-6S" ti'42 > AI'ArCinclnnntlll.Lexington .."...". .".....". .... .. .. ,-
enro can posseR Is ability to reproduce f rtilizcr. A by nnnlyz- MILRAGR TICKETS. AI' Lvno lburp: .......... .". 4841 42np Lv CJnclnn"tI,0..... . ........Blg Four I :
i( abundantly a good quality of can tell what miles of among the principal .'
ill the soil can ;you Interchangeable mileage; tickets good over 13,000 Ar ( / / ..
.ltunnre" I'
and thin can be determined only bj; sale by the principal agents. AI' i
for different railroads In the southern states, are on N. .. .
comparative growing tuHts. There art rrtilizi-r to use! to agents of the A. C. L., or write, AI' aWest Yhlladelphla. ....... .". 1 14/1p 286p D I .
visible characters that u ROCK For reservations and Information apply New York. .. .... ..... " 4 lip! 630a .v Cincinnati.. 0..C....... 1 .Jt ,
many iruducts. Pass. Ajlt.; W. D. STARK, Tray Pass. Agt _ AI' l'htcl\po.I\I.: .... ... .... .M..non I IOall
DUt. -
should and u corn RANK C. BOA'LSTON, ; .
epd ear |pot JACKSONVILLE, FLA. To.84-"New; York And Florida Expreeal Lv Cincinnati 0..C H ..
having them lu addition to tho character If blood is impoverished 138: Went Bay St., Astor Building W. J. CRAIG, Geu'l. Pass. Agent Pullman. Drawing: ItoonoRleeplngCar tort Ar'l'oledn.O ............. ...... .. I
can be secured your II. !t. EMERSON, TraOlo Manager. ...amp..n..Jack.onvllletoNewYorl. <. .I>.. ro.t..l\flcb. ................. rtO..lIy
. of great productivity, doctor will tell what WILMINGTON. N. C. No.3"-.W..hlnjtton .and Florida Limited" {Cmohrnat 0.... .... ........ Fa Line"
.' i by selecting such ears from tin our\ you _..__ -- --- -- -- _ ----- Pullman. Ur..wlnK. Room Bleeping Car.Lv ArPlttaburgI'a. ..:. ............. .. I'
progeny; of those cars that ytold most ou need to fertilize it and givet -------- :onv.lIetoNewYorl. .tmmnnasl. 0........ .... ..Hlg.. Four
S'\ In the comparative pro<1 II<.ot Ion tests > Arlieveln5l, '. 0 ... .. ........ "
. Both alma can bo accomplished at th< t tho rich, red corpuscles: that SE :JB<>.. ..JFitI Througb "Till': LAND OF THE SKY"I I NO). 311 L1 ilnvteu.Icy.'y I .

I name time by porsliiteiit selection to Ire lacking in it. It may be you .lacksonvllllie.. ..............So...fly.. 71\1\1)\ Ar8t.Lonl ArLmisvlllo..air,... .... ..... .. .... "
..................... 1:1111I.:
from the of the most pro LINE RAILWAY.FOR LV S..vannab.. 0. ........ .... ....... a u I
typo progeny tonic but more likely AIR ................. : :: 600a ArAnnld n. AI. " I
11'I1l youIt'ed AArclh"IUII'Ia.8.C. .......... / ArIllrmingltamAla. .
ductlve seed ears. ........ l/IOp '
I' ......... .. ... :l3' ArMelU"hll.'Je'nn..::.. ::::::,:::"1'1"0
food N. 0. :: p .. ..
An ono; of cylindrical shape, well a concentrated fat r Hot KnoxvllleTean Sprhtgx ................. 6001 ArKaoanSIty.Mo................ .
I rounded at each end affords the large element .r 1' (..ou v e. ................ .. ... ..I 8 15<1... -..lemphla'I'onn.. .,,.... ........... I IArClnclnn..tI.O.
of cob as well ai' i ml fat is tho lacking COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, St. Louis..... ..... .... .. ........ I 4ro1, }:otHrlnlll'. Ark..... ....................
percentage grain per SAVANNAH: .. ........ ... .. .... Q.tC: 81r",
y'\ kernels of tho mottt uniform tdinpo ill your nystem.There BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK NO 13-"The Florida. Llmltel" Dally
WASHINGTON,
Tim cob should be neither too large nor Xn. :fI-O..ily. Pullman. Orawhnl .nand vPBtll\.le tmh+. tbronjth day cnarbes and
too small and should possess the prop is/ no fat food, that is HtllTet CIDrlllnlLti.Slepplnl Car between Jacksonville and man.I3-J'utlm..n 81..plnlCan.. .Orl\wlngRnom J..keonvlUe to Sleop'n CI..eln'N :'

1' -rty of drying well and quickly, caun tin easily digewted and assiiniutetl . Two Elegant Trains Dally . hetwenn Jack nnvll18. Blnninghany )let
lug It to be of light weight and of 1 a Excellent Dining Car Service Kansas City and Colorado 8prlne.AnnnALS .

. bright, healthy color. The kernel ] UScott's:\ Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.

rihould fit compactly together throughout AT JACKSONVILI.E.

, their full length ou both sides amHlgct Emulsion From New York. ...hlngton.ote-Xo.21>.""W..blllgtoD FlorIda Umltell".. .. 0lOt'

; j. ( nod should' lie uniform lu Hh.ipi O MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. From New York Washington.ele-No.lJ3."W... btngton and Florida Ex'reeM"..,.. 8 2nr'
... . 9 01':1.:
of the From CincInnati.Ashevlllo eto-: o 29. "Wa hlnglou and Florida Wtnlte.l"
, eats
,.t nnd Tho length second ou cut all Illustrates portions the Tlslbli of[ Cod Liver OilIt ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. From Chicago Clnclnnati Atlanta. eto.-No. H. "Florida.. Limited"................ . 93.14'J.
-- -
I :;
characters of n desirable seed ear.
! Length Is. a very desirable characteitor will nourish and strengthen For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any' Agent O. LU"SJ3: :.y Dist. Pass. Agt.,

the kernels. of to ni It writeA. Jacksonville Fin.
corn possess Seaboard, or lO8WestBaySt., -
when milk and
. Is by Increased length In proportion to< ho; body cream

the diameter of the cob that the per ail to do it. Scott's Emulsionis O. MACDONELL, Asst. Oen. Pass. At.( S, C. BOVLSTON Pass. Agt. 8. H. HA RD W ICK. .'.T. l\t..Washington: I).C.;"!W. u,TAYLOE.0.P.A. Wa.hingha.''

\ JACKSONVILLE.: FLORlDFOLEY'S _\. BROOKS 3IORGAN. A.0. 1'.Au Atlanta.Ga
\ / nl\vnys the same ; nhvnyapalatable ]
_
11 ,1/.1/ IYtr 0I -
,.- and beneficial:
I :> :' always YEARS'
CO
( : 'h I It 'I
'Yal"M
t 'r.'if; : trn where tho body i is wasting from EXPERIENCE

*> anise either in childrenr
ny ,

'. > adults] I Visiting Cards and Invitation


We will send you a. t.tmple free. MONEY AriDT AR

TWO I1UU11ADLB EAltH. Be\ sure that thU piu- TRADE MARKS
tare In the form o( nlabel + DESIGNS
outage of JrrllllI.U Increased. Soft, U on the wrapper Prevents Serious Results tCOPYRIGHTS &.c.
cbaffy kernels though long or kernel A acne eendtne n ketr'h mid rtonortptlnn mar;
: of Kuiul- :
bottle
of every From Cold. Outofclr a.rerlnti mr oiMitum free whether an
.
with prolonged chaffy caps are> not do< eton yon buy a .Invention rtrohnhljf. "nUilemlnl.pntrntahta HANDBOOK. '(Vininiiinlen.ttnnniMitallrc on Patents PRINTED AT-

sired It H much better to select fo Remember the nameFoley's sent rnn, UMilttt Riii>iry for Hortirniir biUnntN..
; increased length of kernel than to *t t SCOTT &: BOWNE and Tar. Insist Patois t, I,ki"t WUhndtvllnnia.thr:unit Munn lu theScicnlii'ic &: Co.rmjolnttrtiltniill

led for small crab Selecting for anal Honay

1 -.ob results. in reducing the size of th o CHEMISTS upon having the genuine. Jlm rican.A. .

war and It Is also on easy matter t( '- 409 Pearl St., Jew York Thr. .I!!.. >Sc, BOO, ales ."nd..h..I' l11n trnr'Hl wt klv.ciilnlioil itrmut dr.o .
>f any.ttennno journ.L Tar"' 13 m
reduce the size of the cob to curb a' COo. and *1.00. Prepared only by Tonr> fnnr L mantba;,lI. Hold by all eew.d.mlera.: THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFGEr !

extent( that the pressure of the kernel: All bruggl sta. Foley & Company. Chicago MUNN & &Co.5iBr.d New York

cnuan the\ ear tQ break Deslrabl) lied Cross!! Pharmacy. Breach Vince. G&r St.Vrubliwtua.D.C.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE.! FLA. JANUARY 5, 1900. 1



JACKSONVILLE. 1 AYTOVA. H BA III t I' EZ. .



DSOR HOTEL . .
The PI'nes' DAYTONA, FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S Hotel I
.WS: South Rldgewood Ave Colonnades SEARREEZK: FLORIDA -
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND: HOTEL.

-A NEW HOUSE- ,

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-e- Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Baths. Finance. Heat. Now open for season 10OVG.
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Rates: $::,50 per day and' upwards
NEW ouNKiwiup.: ( NEW MANAGEMENT:
IS, 4 MRS.\ J. B. IlINbKY::: Propiletress. ,
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Culftine Unexcelled. All Northern help "

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]Unto Booklet. '
on Appllcatlou. S
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r The Cleveland <\tOKO.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
B a aaO1 lI: II. BENNETT, Manager*,

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81-12 S. ]J. GREEN. Proprietor.The The Clarendon SI.t1ib 1 : ...m-n.\YTO-A: :

__ FLORIDA.
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Cedars DAYTONA, FLORIDA. '
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AVOW Open = ,

NEW HOUbE. HOME: COM: FOnT-I.:

DAY ItOAKD. NKAR IIALlF.1RIVER. ,

18-12 MRS. WAI. JACKSON, PROPR.OAYTONA E. L. POTTKK C. IF. It'N AI>PE, .

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AND PROPRIETORS.
Proprietor
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5TMORELAND HOTEL, West JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Lone Bay Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. -- TITUHVIM.i:, .- .

Formerly Ooodall.
American plan Centrally located. Just built and opened -
First door east! of Postofllco Rates: .l.fiO to Ip 1.(111{)(); special by tho week. Sembler Cottage 'TirUSVILLK FLORIDA.
this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water
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BaLLs Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All 1-.t MRS. I., DAUmiARTY( Proprietor. Open All the Year Good Board and Attention.HEAfeONABLK .

e.-eet cars pass the door. Rates, .l., to $2.50 per day. nATl 8. "i
Two doors from F. E:, C. Railway :Station" Tltusvlllo.MRS. '

lI rs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. White HOUSe A n DAYTONA BKACII, FLORIDA.\ \ A. J. SEMULER, Pioprletross.PEACOCK .
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ANNhX

New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. HOUSE T1TUSVILLK, FLA.
On iseabieezo avenue, near Ocean and Automobile Race Course ,

-On the American and European Plan- Pint-class hoard lit Reasonable Kates. Keittniiiant and Retail Grocery In
J Under new ma..:\gement. Newlv famished and renovated. A pleasant Houao Renovated Good Northern Cooking. Terms moderate. commotion. MUS.\ M. L. l'EAUOClI'I'ol'.

family homo. Rates: Ameilcnn Plan, *i.OO and\ $'l 50; European dOcts( 1
[ and up. All cars form Union :Station stop at the door. 1S-8 l:. T.. HOWARD, Owner unit Manager.The 1 t
CKI.IUU:.
H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.

beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the

same management.: Seaside Inn DAYTONA I BEACH, 'LA.III .
Hotel ROCKLUDGK,
Indian River !''I, ,,
MAGNOLIA HIMtlNGS. FLORIDA.KNTIHKLY t I ,
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now open for the winter HCMIRUU, under the management of the owner. \ .... ,'
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HORACK F." STEWAKT. Handsome and new, situated on Dnyt'-i, / '.. I'
Reach the It"'ells modem In nil Its appointments' with laigo RKNOVATKD: and MOIUCRV: TIIItOUOIIOUT.I ,. t 1
/ dry, pleas- 1 ., \ ,"
Magnolia Springs Hotel nut looms overlooking the ocean and opposite Koailng's" Catiino. and Pier,

Terms niodoiate It Usituated! In an Orange Grove, and In I the heart of the garden( spot of FloilJu.\ {f t i 1,i
HORACE F. bTEWART, Owner BtidMauanoi.NOTABLE '.
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(St. Johns River) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. A Hiib-tioplcal region on 1 the bunk of tho famous Indian River.CUISIXK t
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miles south of Jacksonville Atlantic Line and ----r- :
$I by Coast R'y river steamers .
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[open) fireplaces In all rooms. Steam lieii. Elevator. Electilo! Lights Pur I be refilled she said: "Now :Mr. TTnwthorue .' .f.lt
hpiing Water. Dry Climate. No Mosquitoes Well-kept Golf LinksTennis, II TEA TOPERS: I am going to )play Mrs. Ihrnlt SA5IK! AS: AT ELHKRON HOTEL, F.LUKKON: : N. J. i ,'I Ii,

Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming! cools and baths. $-t per day; spocla I to your Johnson. I know you are 11 i ,"

weekly rates. O. D. MEA VEY, Owner nnd Manager .slave to my tea." The young man Boating\ Hunting Fishing, Orchestra, Etc. :I '\,':

MEN WHO IMBIBED THE STIMULATING nndi no' reply, but lie had, no Incllim- Rooms.. with or wthing( baths, Uates: 93.01): ) to t.t.lM; y' .)'

ST. At/GUSTINi:. BREW TO EXCESS. tlon to play the role assigned to him ,
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and for live years from that night Also Manager! of KL11EKON: HOTEf. "Y' ,;
De Itulncer IItI.tI..1 1II. Cuim FrnniH I Ian'thorue did not taste a cup of teaa J. V JORDAN IVlgr. l.U.oion: \ . Now York. "

o'clock lit Mwlit Till 4 III the l'roh'atVhleh seems ns exoesslvo In __ ,__ .,4 it
aloruInir-J"hn.on II shamed(.. 'I'... Its way as tho Inclination which bin \ .
OTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE.: Dibber-Wli>' Hun thorite (lull.Tho . hostess bad attributed. to him. l\H:It H 1'1".'. f r t.
Theme have been other heroes of tho ----------- -

inoHt hardened tea drinker may teapot not u few Hartley Colorldgo/ VIEWrn -u.I''I';; ISLAND, FLA. t ; !i )1 I ,
that tea drinking can be and RIVER .I'
admit 2
may fairly slim u place nniong the f < ''n time banks of the Indian ]{Ivor. ,
often In. overdone" and jet the bentknown i H
ten topers. Home one Is Bald to have and\ C/'noon stations Fine and Fish
do not to hll.elIutrcl''d Opposite Rorklcdge floating, Hunting, !
tlltoPt'I'S appear
asked blm how lit
onco ninny cups ing. Rates per day, if'J.fO: and ta.ollcr+; \ week, $13.01)() ) and upward. c .
In of their excessive I
conspipui'iico und have lecolvetl\ the
Now usually drunk to I'
Open .......... Indulgence in the hearing cup. scornful reply, : "Cups! I don't count Write for booklet W. C I. I.ORE.l'rop. .. :," ':,, ay

De Qulncey wan u notable ten top'<*r. by cups. I count by pots!" Then :

In his picture of a winter evening lu there have been, others whom It would, I.nHrJtNIJ:. .

his cottag1. among the Cumberland bo hardly fair to rank as ten topers
hills he mentions the tea equipage on a but who have shown. marked devotion t
JOS. I>. GREAVES, Manager. table beside the fire, and behind the to the teapot' In recent days. Mr. Glad! New Hotel Carleton WKI.IIOURNE\ : FLORIDA. 7 I r w

table a fair tea maker, whose,duty it ntoiio! and Denn Stanley would appearIn Urovard\ County
to fill an almost endless. propsiou "nljhollt au was
this class, but Indeed list of \ .
any
with wide vernndik, Sanitary plumbing, gaa-llght, bath loom on {
of cups I>e> Quincy declares that
enthusiastic lovers in recent times ofwlm f' '
floor, and privatebuths, furnace heat and good dunking water.
every / '
he drank tea from '8 o'clock at nightto .
Waller called the "best of herbs"
_ Two blocks from Railroad station, and. near Crane Creek launch I y
tel St. George ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. 4 In the morning, and, claims the Infusion would be of most Inordinate length. harbor. Excellent Fishing and Hunting. lntoj: :! per day anil\ up. '.
as "the favorite beverage of the London Globe.Hnfirrlor. J. M. FERUUHON.Hotel . ,
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Intellectual. -. i
Another tea toper was Huzlltt the j I "
Prp *l lnn.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON: I,
essayist who was not only very fond A young American wIll Is studyingat Bellevue JIEI.110URN1C, FLORIDA ..:. \
of the beverage, but deems to liuvo Oxford was struck by the care with J.:;; I
Elevator. Steam heat In every room. Private Bathe First-class, up-to- drunk It of extraordinary streugtu.We which chambermaid. cleaned bin A healthy winter resort on high pine land, overlooking Indian River 'i.

date hotel $2,/00 and up per day. Send for booklet. are told on excellent authority that desk without disturbing hid papers.To Hates: $:.2 and upward per Uy. Special: ) rates per week or season. 1 1Wl'lte 1 '
be used two ounces for hln breakfast reward her bo offered her sumo for rates to- U

and two for his tea, with cream, and confections which he bad brought from :
B, MONTGOMERY, of Huestls House, Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor that for this tea-the finest Soo'hozighe London. MA1)An E. II. CAMPRKLL, <: n, W. CAMT1IELL ,>,.'.r 1'1

paid at first 14 shillings and afterward Mary, wouldn't you Ilk* some of this Manager : 1'roprictor, "I I ,vbeach.

12 .shillings per pound. Peilinpn! candy?" --, .\, !I.

this extravagance and excessive consumption I, "110, thank you ulr. Ye, ilr. Hut 1>,A (.1'1 IIKACII.Olirulo. 1ly,
he Hotel Granada ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA.. of tea may account for soiue hexciis me sir, this ain't candy; It's tti'

of the essayist's. quarrelsomeness. sweets.! ,,';: r":"

Cowper, as we all know uppreclntedto Then she proceeded to give him a le,.- Ocuf ,
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT the full the charm of tho flagrant sat In the difference between sugar uOL'EN

Most beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opposite the Ponce dc leaf but there Is hardly sufficient evi- or molasses candy and bonbons, choc (Incorporated) i 1 '

Leon and Alcazar hotels The dairy poultry and vegetable products usedIn dence to show that be was guilty of olate confections and other sweetmeats y
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JANUARY 13TH.(
the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm. Rates $2 GO per day : undue Indulgence. The mont famous or "sweets.. "i,

and upwards. Rooms alcove, single or en suite with or without private tea toper' was of course Dr. Johnson "Thank you for telling me the dif Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal 1'olnclanii, Palm Reach, on the north.
baths. Special! rates per week and to parties. with the which Mrs.
fonts "
whose cup
mild tho student, some-

-lfi FULLER & Mc RATH. Throlo known filled to need so assiduously enlarging nro upon.too well Ills all what lert'ncl'Iury candy.all1u"(+1., "In America we call It Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. , :r:, ''S


record appears to have 1 been twenty- "Ho, yes, sir; In America! I fancy It's Fir"t. la"1I Chef Cnlnlne and Beivicu.Ojpooo. I
FLORIDA.
orida House ST. AUGUHTINE, be drank nt a sitting.t .
which
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five
cups all the same, sir, but In HlngUnd: we $ I
but t In mitigation of judgment It should 'are a nyrne tor heverythlnk." to HVEoaaoL'tooirst: : :: :: C:::>:J:11.y-: 1./ Y

TOURISTS' AND 'TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.Most loo[ remembered that In.. all probability. Order received for Dinner Paptle of any number: at alt hours. .
tie cups were much smaller than !). ,the time. .
In at present ..
centrally located.with all modern improvements steam heat; more teacups use roads prevent u'cesduselillon\ S 1 ;
Johnson told Miss Reynolds In :: !.
rooms with southern exposure than any other hotel in the city. Still. for the merchant who him to leave bill .I._ ,l

Accommodates 20.;:; Rates $2.50 to $:1,00 per day. playful verse: goods upon blot shelves to become shelf I If
make the tea o fast ,
Thou As I cannt can gulp not It down. worn and out of date, making It Impossible The Gautier MIAMI, FLORIDA[ f l 'fj f; 1,

F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. And be described himself as a "ha rll- for him to meet his payments Corner Avenue 0, and Dili Stieet. '** "
.. promptly to the factory or wholesaler '
--- -- - -- ened and shameless' tea drinker, who Under New Management.! Cuisine and Service Flnt-class. '
and
thus lending to unprofitable unsatisfactory
ACJ[. bas for diluted his meals ,
OICMOND ]H: many years results. On the other hand, -NOW OPENMRS..1.- .
with only the Infusion of this fuscJnat- '
lug plant; whose kettle has scarcely<< good permanent highway Insure an X. FEASTER, Proprietress! .
air of prosperity equalize' trad and
AT ORMOND BEACH FLA. time to cool; who with tea amuses the ;
the exchange of products and prevent -.r
retton Inn evening, with tea solaces tbe midnight
NOW OPEN and with tea welcomes the morning" congestion In traffic conditions In the :XK\V YORK. I '
market. They Improve the system of
confession, but MB
It Is an amazing
Situated directly on the famous Ormond automobile race eoarie. Good remember that this Intemperate public schools', add value to laud, encourage '
bound to
garage accommodations. Steam beat In rooms. Transient rate 3.00 and are social Intercourse among the ,1'
':Jr", per day. Weekly'rate, $15: to $21. Florida East Coast Railway; 100 of seventy-five.tea bibber lived to the age people, bring comfort to tbe home and Hotel Marlborough ,

miles south of Jacksonville.
opportunities for the children: obliterate ,
by
Johnson's record was equaled
ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY.Ww. Proprietors.IJAYTONA. . Bishop Gilbert Burner, tbe author of the Imaginary! line between urban Broadway, UOth and 37th Streets, New York. J, r
8. KKNNET, Manager. and rural districts, establish more
.... -- .4 the well known "History of My Own Completely Renovated and transforms.! In every depa1tment.fod centrally "
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of
firmly the free
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Times," who 1 Is reported to have disposed principles government located hotel on Iiroaday. ELECTRIC LKJ11TH and TELEPHONEIn f
foster a higher and more w ele-_ "
of twenty-five cups in a morning eVillY room In the house I
Another man of letter of a very spread Intelligence and secure withal EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 20O bath rooms. Rates .\I.00 and upward "'

different type, Nathaniel Hawthorne happy and contented people.A without bath. 9J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath ,.t: 1) y ,
ytona HOUSe DAYTONA, FLORIDA. who might bare equaled the doctor, and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $3 and upward. j +

curbed Lie tea drinking propensitiesearly. Gauruuteed Cure For 1'llea. SWEENEY-T1ERNEY HOTEL COMPANY :

Open all the Year. Block from Postofflce, Bank and Principal Stores. When he was. a very young Itching Wind, Bleeding, Protruding I E. M. TII 1LNEY, Manager. v

man Hawthorne was In tbe habit of I'll.". Druggists; are authorized to refund .. _.. . . .
the week. -- -- - -- -- -- - --
Rates: $::2.()() day; special by
per .visiting at a house where the hostess money if Pazo Ointment 'falls to

C. A. KENNEY Proprietor. made excellent tea and one evening care In 0 to 14 day 6110. at the Red SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE. .

Formerly of "The KeDnlce..IL. ." when the visitor's cup was r>iHsfd!: to Cross I'harmacy1'Ituevtlle, Fla.









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TITUSVIUJg. FLA. JANUARY 5. 1906.PADDISONPRETLOW. .
ADVOCATE!
COAST
EAST:: '
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8 .- ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. PTNNEY dt; $ ____ _


..........44444444444. ; UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS,
*..*.*.AHr*****.*..*M1ta444 L. Brady left for Miami on THE
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: been dealers In dla. 9 Wednesday last i at FURNISHE
We have on BOYS'
thigh noon AND
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A Point (Ja8' Wednesday.Mr. MEN'S
\ church
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Presbyterian
iDIAHONDSli I : and other precious stones well was oeltlo. prominent resl
monde N. C., pretty wedding Russell Yates, a '''lol'lI
PaddlRon, '
-
: Annie arrived at -
. establishment of our J when Mian united 'ID dent of Buffalo, N. Y., has Tituesvillo: --

j E[ **********...*****.*.***: since the andtlllr.1 Joel the! C.ceremony Pretlow having were been pei IobeSound, to do some fishing aDd SCIILOSS BROS'
than 20 :: marriage; ) 1>. D; ,
years. pro,
for more Kov. A. D. Mcf! hunting-
and direct importers by
formed
business in 18/8,
:: Andrews Presbyterian Fine Ready-made Clotl it.
of St wlshe
= pastor "Widow without Inoumbrance, .
profit
=We save you the middleman's -tt church, Wilmington.: docort to widower or:
!. The church bad been prettily position os housekeeper $10 to $18.
ted with banked palms, ferns and noutli hotel; or will care for Invalid. References -

I ere smiUx, while the ceremony wan pel' .-Address, L. M. Ii., Cocoa,, Fla. KNOT: :, STETSONand HAWK
I I of evel'"rl'enR.'fhe
;
i 2fJ' Cn r'Y IG c WRITE FOB OlTIt kxi. formed under an arch
and was
k church had been' darkened _Mr. Wade [I. Jones left here, Toes Hats
CATALOOI'E. [ 41 lighted by tapers The Misses Gortrudi where he will open I a I4L4'
JEWELE1ta&jMPORTDRe Jay for Daytona,
: niece
lallie
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:: vt Eau
I'addiaon, .
Jacksonville, Fla. _------ and the Until bride, acted as ribbon bearers store for the sale of cigars, fruit, etc . '. 1 d.ewnMZr $3. to $5.
of
.... 41 West Bay St. 4 and Jlr. Oeo. Paddison, will afRo( havo a pool and bllliari, '
Lucas lie
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Fred
...*.**.********....* Mr.
***..*..*...*.*.*...**.... of llrgaw, as ushers. The attendant, room attaoheu.Mr. SCHWAB CLOTHING CO.,,
Black with Mr. Porsoi

I -- -- COUNTY COMMISSION were Padd'ison Miss; Dries I'la| Irene:Simpson, Mr. Joni G.: G. IIoward1'ltuaville'a express Ready-made Clothing for I
BREVARD Fre
I L. MOTXO'VVt : Bessie black, Mr. lithlsspring
Jlawes; Wins agent, has gone to Georgia's
ERS. : Simpson; 1II18'l1IIal1d Paddlson was maid for while. Mr. Jules Knox oc $1.5O to $10 All Sizes,
and the damo of honor, Mrs : a
of honor;
I Oa., formerly the of express agent dur-
G. T. Anthony, of Washington, cuples place
'rbe Board of County Commissioner Wins Jeanette Paddlson, of Titus.. Mr. Howard's absence. EDWIN CLAPP and CROSSETTShoes

$1 DUZ met <-n this let day: of January lt HOII!, ville. The ring bearer was little Oeo, '

l 'hi.: at 2:00: p. m. Present: K. A Conklin, Robbins, nephew of the bride. -Mr. and :Mrs. Chan. T. McCoy, ol

1 chairman W. K. Walker, J. R. Miot,J. F. The bride was gowned in a Oreclai West Titusville, bad as their guests,

OLD OLD JWE Wooten and; T. J. Cock shutt, with A. A. princess with pearl' of trimmings white chiffon, ber satin long: and veil lace|wai luring the holidays, their attractive. $3 to $6.6O.

r Stewart clerk, and J. I' Drown, shorn looped with blossoms, and! she carried i a aephew and niece, Frank K.. and Florence J Ctt;
lE WI"iiSiar and QUAKER
: I If Ir I{ Minutes of last meeting were rend and bouquet of white violets and lace ferns Stetson, of Fort Pierce. MANHATTAN

f approved.The She entered leaning upon'the arm of her -Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Aldrich and son,, 7 ShirtsSOFT
roll\ of the Tai her Dr.l\lcClJre
supplemental tax father who rave away.
7 7V Assessor was examined and found cor performed the ceremony in a most Inv ind Miss Murphey of Kalamozoo": Mich., >CHLOSS BROS.R.Co.

H Il recr, and wall accepted by the Hoard ireBHlve manner, the beautiful ring ser tie spending some time In Tltusvllle, and Fine Cloth Makers and STIFF FRONTS

r ,i :Notary Public bond of John Henry rice having: been used. lave rented one of Mr. J. R. Walker's $1.25 to $2.OO.

V t r with C. 11. Walton and F. A. Losley 1\8 There was a reception and banquet the at tottages In :North Titusvllle.Dr. At all times a complete stock of every.
surltles was approved.The the house of Capt. Paddlson after I BOYS WEAR. QUALITYShoes
r .,.rrw.+avx Board proceeded to drawthejury lorvlcei at the church. On the btlde'i, and Mrs. W. E. Billiard have ar- thing that MEN AND QUEEN

list for the ye..r ]1101}. able were two curious fruit stands, heir Beach for the winter. Dr. All goods marked plain figures- for Ladies
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers Peek to Hopkins of thereat Ived at Palm All.
l fond of Jennie U. carry ooms, used first at the wedding Strictly One Price to
Ales Stout, Etc. & Allen pistol No.; ISO/ 32 calibre ; great grandmother of the bride,, Milliard la the genial house physician, 92.5O to $3.50.
service on such the health of the guests Mall orders a specialty.
I f5T"Send me your orders! was approved. and> which have done vho looks after
C.OAI"LORIDA. Band of Sand L. Jeffords to carry Tensions for each generation; since: the Polnclana and Breakers.If .
and
In Lei
:'t TITUSVILLE Winchester repeating lltla No. 81)782 caliber TheMe were trimmed with mountain These brands are recognized leaders In styles fit and finish. Sold only by

I 35-'l5: : was approved. ;alax and laden with fruit from Florida you have any houses or rooms to TIlE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY
The Treasurer's report was received, Mr. and Mrs. Protlow were the reclpl send ad. at once, as we are WE SELL _
rent us your .... .
1 Graham Co.Inoorporated,1 J. K. Idiot and valuable -- ---
': Robbins & ,. checked up and Messrs. eols of many handsome number of letters from North- -
vetting a
a Inhe
and W. R. Walker were appointed 'resents. They left for Wilmington ;
committee to destroy the paid warrants evening, from which place they went erD> people, asking for particulars of :: Iardwase::: : Stoves"" Oil
k ( ) turned over by the County Treasurer to Virginia and will visit the relatives of louses; and rooms along the East Coast "

I L .PAID UP CAPITAL t.'S.OOO.OO with his repot't. They reported that Jr. Pretlow on their trip. I'AINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
they had performed their duty and were -We acknowledge receipt of a very

1 Tills company owns l lac hurged. The Treasurer had attachedto MILITARYINSTITUTE pretty calendar from Geo. W. Scoble &

,: X3ST :3D S, the his amount report his a certificate report called showing for was that on THE KENTUCKY 3o., of Norfolk Va and It now hangs

the Indian River Country; On the St. deposit In tbe Indian River State Bank OD the wall of our editorial department;

'. to his credit ns county treasurer. also a fine one from the Antietam Paper
Lncle River; at New River and on Bay Report of.Tusiioes of the Peace, J. M. Will To-Morrovr Leave For Eau Oallle. }o., of Maryland.Mrs. .

Prices to suit the times.t +anders C. T. McBride and W. R. Itnescu A letter from Colonel C. W. Fowler',,
, 1\ Biscayne. For :November 1P0.1: were received. uperlntendent of the Kentucky Military' 1V. N.: Hendry returned to Fort'lerce

Send for Land List. It was moved and seconded and motion nstitue, of Lyndon, Ky., asks us to Saturday last, after spending the

t Offices at Titusvllle and Miami. Fla. carried that the payment of the end the ADVOCATE: to Eau Gallle Fla., holidays with her mother,
Christmas;
: salary of the Ferryman at Sebastian where the Institute will make Its\ winter '
will be of and her daughter, Mrs.
A.
movement lira. Brady
be suspended. iiaiters. Tins .
i [River [ l '
Market The towns of Cocoa and Tltusvllle are pedal Interest to residents of Indian V. D. Penney. Mrs. Ilendry's grandlaughter. 4. 9t 39l '.ra1 4T j tip ll

't, East Coast Meat requested by the Board of County Com liver, for to-morrow (:Saturday) mornIng Miss Laura Penney, accompanied -
tho county public the Institute will move bodily from
nlimioners to pun and will spend
.t Fort Pierce
her to ,
G. F. DUREN, Agent. onds, Cunning through said towns, In jyndon to Eau! Oallie, where It will be
/;ood repair, and should they fall to do ituated for three months. To move the a t few days. pr
o-r, Commissioners Florida It will\ require a M e a((
to
the County nstitute rtar
S!=: 110 at once, We acknowledge receipt of a very {
c::> rill\ take action In the matter to have! It rain of eight coaches, and these are exacted b-
p:> \ ::! lone, and will deduct the part of the to pass through Tltusvllle on pretty song from Mrs. Chas. M. Ileub-

rn A: and tax coming to said town from the unday. IIn, of Harrisburg, Pa., entitled, "Roses
c::> S>> tex levy of 11)1)0.) ) There will be about 150: ( students, a Vith the Thorns. Mrs Heublin is the
:>> until of teachers and tbe ordinary t
s On motion the Board adjourned large corps words and music of the
of the
Vk)
= J an :l, IOWi, at 8 a. m. ielp, numbering; about 200)( In all. composer '
e. } The Honorable Hoard of County Commissioners Colouel Fowler has rented the Sarno hove; also another popular piece, "The

met on this 2nd day of Jan- property from the Degrauw estate, and Awakening.." Mr. and Mrs. Heubllu

uiry 1000, at 8 a. m. Present: U.A. It; will be used as a barracks, schoolrooms are friends of the editor of this paper

Conkllng, chairman; W. It. Walker, commissary, drill grounds; etc. residents of Day-
'. f -= J. It. Idiot, J. J<'. Woolen and T. J. The location Is a very pleasant one on and are known to many
s:=w CockBhutt, with A. A. Stewart, _Clerk; the bank of the Eau (Vallle river and ona, Seabreeze, Ormond and Tltusvllle.
'If :3 = anl J. P.It row n, sheriff. djoins the property of Capt and Mrs. Wa,11er: 23ardwaro::: : : Oo.,

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Reports of Cattle and Beef Inspectors, J. O. Walton, of Boston and Tltusvllle. .
, J. Simmons, Eau Gallle John Powers, The moving of this Institute from CHURCH NOTICES.Rev. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

"{ Jocoa, and J. W. (;Carllle Titusvllle, were Kentucky to Eau Oallie is a unique departure ___ _. __ .. __,__ u__ - -
:': ecelved.Ic from all known rules, and it IIIdue J. B. Hawk will preach at City ...........
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I' Holgsollllros. j la moved -and seconded that the primarily, it Is said, to the desire to 'olnt on Sunday morning, Jan. 7th, at .........ON.....NON

, 1l L alary of the Game Warden be Increased //the the studens a full military training, 0:30 o'clock, and at Eau. Oallie, St. F. A. MORGAN,Proprietor Pit. E. R. BLAKEWOOD: ,Registered; Irujglst
to fo 33.00 per month, and that no more which Is not possible at Lyndon Ky., aul's church, in the evening at 7:30: i
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ommlsslona be allowed for collectingame on account of tho severe and uncertain'Inter 'clock. -
4. licenses except they come through weather. Mr. Hawk will\ also conduct prayer
Marine Railway .he Game Warden or his) d.putles.M"tl meei'-Di'ae' St. Paula church, Eau Gallic ,

; t CJeneral.Merchiiats and Ship Chandlers, ncarrled.Whel'eaB "FAREWELL" on Wednesday evening. I
Lex Frazlnr, an Inmate tthe RED PHARMACY
..Special Facilities.. farm has expressed his wlshe Rev. John W. Walker 11'11officiate\ as ,,
I I.* to leave poor,the poor farm and KO to the [From the Cadet Adjutant.) follows on Sunday, Jan. 7th:

for Hauling Out, Storing and Ropalrlnf home of his sister In Georgia who wll\\ When Meets sod mows Cocoa, St. Marks church.- Sunda' t
motion Mr. liR. Old Korean blown, school at 9iOn.: m. Morning prayer at .
Yachts and Launches. give; him a home, and on And makes the liver shiver; : "
1; Walker Is appointed a committee to When all our bonesAre 10:30): a. m.Tltuavnle..
Mention the JkovflOATS when writing. secure transportation for said pauper to turned to stones St. Gabriel's church.-Blbl< TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAA
the place where bill sister lives. And we When are seta-quiver Colonel t"o.; class at 3:30: p. m. Evening prayer at
u r It Is moved and seconded that tbe With cold U blue 7:30p. m. Complete Stock of-

Board purchase 200 peach trees, 110 Anti litmips up In a h"UI Walker will officiate as follow
Rev. M.
Stanley Kitcliing aud 10!) trees to be< When Major' lip SUNDRIES.'r
grapefruit, orange Begins to Hip, on Sunday next, Jan. 7th: PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS
planted on the county poor farm. With no excuse at all.t Hoi
Dealer In- Gallle St. Johns church. ;;
Eau
Tax collectors report of licenses col When Miss Kate's Ira ,
31 From luck ot tire Communion at 11:00 a. m. Evening Filled with tbe
Doc
month ending
CIGARS looted during the JP0T Prescrlpttons
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY Him risen in a trios t
at 7:30 m.
7:30
c> 1)05, amounting to $3.00 State, and When hand and feet prayer, p. Utmost Care and Promptitude's
Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China ILSUfor: the County, was received. And bead and. ""atAre Melbourne, Holy Trinity church t
't, Drinks. Tax Collectors report of poll tare frozen cold Ice Morning prayer at 10:30 p. m. Rev. Dr ORDER.
and Temperance It's time to stake our tent>flaps down : WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL
The following brands of cigars-deliverec mounting to 5.00; for the year DOS! And pack our summer clothe. I Du Bose officiating.Tltusvllle. .

at $::1.2per:\ box of CO: collected during the month ending Dei It'i And time In to the seek sunshine a warmer dote clime, St. Gabriels church, Friday .......................,.........................

Uumbol.lt, Key West Smokers Promos, 31, 1005: were received evening at 7:30: choir rehearsal. -- "' -
r'ohalskl.Flinch Report of Tax collector of license Bo off to Florida we BO
. Cremo, Cnbanas, Doi To find our youthrul spring, Preaching by the Pastor, at the Math. -
month
the ending 310.
, collected during seek the Gold by Ponce told, L. =R1 C &:, :
Cards, CDc.; Hand Made Palmetto 31, 11)05, amrnountlng to $51,00: Stat To And" ever laugh snit. sing. odlst church, Titusville next Sunday,, E.
Hats, 25o. o.50 received.On Jan. 7, at 11 a. m.; at Cocoa at 7 p. m. IN-
was -DEALERS
c and 9 County
Then fare-ye well dear friends at home, be held at Cocoa
will
!' STUART, FLORIDA motion tbe Board adjourned until Uood-bye for aye and aye A church conference service at HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUC(
2 p. m. January 2, 1002.: We love you sore-Kau Oallie more, just after tbe preaching GROCERIES GRAIN AND ,
Commissioner! Good-bye till a warm spring d.>y. which every member Is hereby requested ,
The Board of County FEUTILIZ
Hall Invited.EASTERN handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for :SIAPES
E. Vesey of Jan. at 2 m to be present. All We '
1 XX met on this :2nd day p. IVe deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all con1ri.
I I Georglana, Fla. M I A. D. 1000. Present R. A. Conkllng, CATHOLIC LECTURES. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station
Chairman, W. It. Walker, J. F. Wooten, STAR. E. L. BRADY & BRO.. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
IOO: :ty BLI11delI : T. J. Cookshutt, with A. A. Stewart, 7
next Sunday January
,
Clerk, and J. I'. Drown, Sheriff. Commencing .. --- --
I Agent for New: Superior Motor. The following vouchers were approve at 10 a. m., Father Brosnuhan a mlshlonary will- Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order ol .
of St. Augustine
priest : <>l'TE:
.ACW
ordered be drawn for
and warrants to usual CO.Deller
call and see it. Eastern Star held their meetingIn
hand ,
Have 4 h. p. on ; lecture at the! Catholic church, for tht
this 2nd: day of Jan. lOOt:
the same, on their Chapter-room In the new Masonic
Estimates and prices furnished on benefit of the citizens Titusvllle. The
I'
ORXKRAt.: : FUND.V. first lecture will be at 10 a. m., Sunday, hall, Titusville\ on Tuesday even-!! In-

application. It. Walker, Co. Com , .$ 4 (X.It. when the audience will have explainedto Ing. Since the move to new quarters, FRUIT A
J. Jllot, & mileage 8 40)( them the Cathollo service of the mass, there have been no excuses about the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN,

TIlE ANHEUSER BUSCH. H. A. Conkllng" . . 18 80 and such questions as why use vestments difficulty of reaching the Chapter-room. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.:
:' ,. J. F. Wooten . . 8IX and lights at your services? Why peak The ladies 'of this Order appreciate the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
T.' Cochsuutt" . "toIO latin sii much will be answered. The beautiful Chapter-room, hence the large

Brewing Asso's. A A Stewart, accountant. . 80 CH night lectures will be at 7:30: continuing attendance on Tuesday evening.
I1..Brown, waiting on Co. COlD.Ii 011 untill' Friday nlgbt. The audience At the next regular meeting a candidate
. i I). I.. Uauldon.) sal. Pios.Atl'y ;!:i & will find at the door a box Into which I will be Initiated Into the Order, anda Wm R. Walker
t Famous St.touts. Keg and But A. D. Penney, sal Uo. Judge, :25: ,0< they are Invited to put all question difficulties full attendance of members is request r
tied Deer. I' A Momlllan to comp agr sta. . ,,:I 00( and objections regarding Cath ed. Refreshments will\ follow -the Initiition. -

and W. 8. Norwood salary log officer 15 till olio belief. The lectures are free to every -- Dealer In -
Sold by IIle..n..A. I.osley Brown . , . 5 00 anal O-rocerios: :
J. 1'. ,Janitor one and all are cordially Invited to attend taple Fancy
R.1. MutliiwTltuavllleri H. Howler ferryman. , . . i00 and hear the truth with! regard to NEW YEAR'S BALL.,
B M r. R. .-. Motluw,Cocoa, FU J. P. Brown Jailor. . . 3000 such doctrines all those confession and Fruits: and: Vegetables,
A A Utewait min for pub. . , 5 (00
' JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., A, A Stewart auditor. . . . 73 110 purgatory.. L ""-- '" The :New Year's ball, which took place Hay: : Grain.: : anal: Fee
? 2 Jlhn Henry ledger for on trees A 811 A DINNER PARTY. it the Opera bnnse, Tttusville was a
John Henry com us C') tress . 73 fl: /treat success. The hall was crowded, -Your Patronage< Soliclted-
Sole Distributors, S J Norton wood for J jail. . (II i 110 and the merry dancers> "kept the ball TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
J It Walker & Co radse for jail, 2 (00 Mr. and :Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins rave' rolllug" until nearly one o'clock a. m.
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7- 610 to 620 West Bay Street Rod Crollll'hlum.oYl11ed for j. II. !a l s( a very enjoyable dinner party Sunday, Wednesday night's dance was also - -
k I W Diihn cook for poor firm. . 12: ((1Ctania at their residence In SoutU Tltunvllle\ well attended. Card parties seem to be
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Johnson work for poor f 2 IX) In honor of their BOO, Maa'er Unfits, a a I thing of the past in Titusville, for INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

- ----.--- J Prevatt supt poor f.irm . . 4.\ John White & Co.LOUISVtl.L Jo Jamerson work fur poor farm 4 CCW Cover were laid for nine and the table TITUSVILLE, FLA.

J arllle" .2 \MI was beautifully decorated with Marshal b prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attt
Wood for Sale.
[. KY. t}' F Duren mdse for poor farm, . :a 0.1 :Nlel American beauty roies, hibiscus, .
a.t.eu.b.4 tat' Knla paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T.
...... r M'Werura. Walker Hardware Co" 2: 00F. ferns etc. At each plate was placed apretty
.ot* Mr w J C L A b Co lime for poor farm. 1 2.1J favor for the guest. :Mica\ MoAlUier Pine or oak, any length. See or ad. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
FURSand It Walker' Co mdse for p f. ]33!; of Washington Ga.; Mr. Chan. Iress Flo. -
A I) Penney insanity case , . 2 OC 1 II. "Walton of Titnsvllle; and Mr. R. P.Paddison J. W. Jamison TltusTllle

1 ".Hides..,. Jr., of Eau Gallle, were among SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.
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