Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00433
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 12, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00433
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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CAL> NEWS .Toliti Walker .V Co., The Up-To-Dato Clothing House A Great Clothing: Sale. West TillingIllo," 1'ropu irty, FlatFor usual, :Mr. Wm. MoAullfTo is chief clerk;

Snlc. Mr Roberts, cashier, ; Mr. C. W. Gardner,

of General Interest, Carries full line of Clothing, Gents The only store, of Its kind In the city. We've- something unusual to olTor bookkeeper,
Copies Fine resilience, and tract of land, con
Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, flat, Our lenders' : Wo have secured from the nianufnct.uiei taming :21 acres, pure of which Is a Fine The Royal Polnulana, at Palm. Beach,

I Reading notice ads. are ten cents Caps, Underwear, Shirts, etc. ; TrunkUmbrellas Sch I OKU Bros. Clothing a line lot of suits ut a gront reduction, ORANGE OROV15. Tho RKSIDEXCKU openoil, yesterday, January Ittb, and a

: on this page. Dress Suit Canes, etc. Stetson Hats, and we are going to give:\ you the boner! now and lu pel-foot condition through closes Monday! April 2nd. This colossal '

THE ADVOCATE, Also Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Knox: Hats.HawpH of It. Come early anti make your selection. out. Resilience contains.) eleven rooms, hostelry Is under Its former management

Furniture etc. II.itH. There will be no more ",'benthelle ,
Mr. Fred S terry.Mr ,
co 0 annum, In advance. exclusive of Bath rom and Pantry ami ,
per A flrst-claHg Dressmaking establishment Edwin Clapp Shoe are j gone. Late will be too lute.
73 six months China Closet Hot and cold water tu Wm. MoAulllTe, chief room clerk;
an. to foreign countries attached to this store. Ci'OHsett Shoes. Here are a few prices,
00 per bath room, kitchen and punlry. Bathroom and Mr. C. H, Roberts, cashier of the
JOHN. U. WALKER & CO., Manhattan Shirts.E. $18.00 suits 4H4.00; *13.60: suits $10.00.()
for the ADVO-
1 you subscribe liaM sanitary clone; Laundry has Royal 1'nlm. hotel, Miami, joined manager
the year, it does not cost you THE! LAIl E!: RICK BfOItK. &!:: W. Collars, and We ask that you note the price care
>y sanitary closet anti water facilities.Water / !Merrill on S.iturduy night last, having -
cuts per week, postage Included. Titusville, Floilda. Queen Quality Shoes for Ladles.: fully.
good and plentiful.Barn I passed through Titusvlllo on Saturday
Mail orders J u l.i us'" KI.INK,
date of expiration printed upon spuclaly. Titusville I Fla.Mr. :vMft.xMOft.! : new and op-to-dat afternoon's train.
per or wrapper every week. This -Mr. W. S. Branning made a flying See our large display ad. on 8th pnge. In allltllarran emonts. Carriage( lions

oipt for your money. No need business trip to Jacksonville last Mot I'EYYICBI'ASNtNo MosHnrs.( Anderson fries are again
send receipt for subscription. harry Roberts, a prominent and adjoining barn. Water In bILl'll.Llu.lte .
o Hotel Ormond which
te gives I it to you. day morning:, redlining the same night. The Up-to-date Clothleis, well-known orange grower at :Mlms, was Chicken house, cement floor, conducting tho ha .
under their efuVlent management! ,
'IVOOATKS for sale at the Bed -Mr. L K. Pettee, of New York, who )len'8an.1. Boys' Furnishers, among the pleasant callers at this cOle also supplied{ with water. become one of the most popular I of the

Titusville. I owns considerable property at Kookledgc Titusville, Fla. on Tuemlny.Fresh GroumlH. Hiirronnillng, house, under hotel
'harmacy, gro.it resort hotels. This palatial"
was In TitiiHville\ on Tuesday good cultivation. Shrubbery etc.
". H. E. Oxner paid a visit to Day -Miss Clara Hanford, of Green Cove loll of Nichols' fTHUSHKD:: OATS:: To be scan to be appreciated.A 1. opened ou Tuesday r

I Tuesday. -Mr.T. Blake Walker, Jacksonville Springs, I is enjoying a visit with Mr. and just received at Wagoner & Co.'s. very decided bargain for somebody Tho famous Ponce do Leon, the Hotel,

who spent a day or so bee with his wife, Mrs. Geo. W. Uanford of Tltusvllle.
BEAUTIFUL PKE- Ormond and the Hotel Colonial all
", G. F. Duren has bad a force of WE HAVE CII"". T. McCov, I
nploytd, painting his meat maiket left for $t. Augustine on Sunday. MrtWalker -The dickey birds say two of Titus sonts for New Year. Call and see, Iw Tltimvltlo, Kla.Mesilamei opened on Tuesday, January Oth. The

follows tomorrow.DR. ville's prominent resident will soon be them at the Rod Cross Pharmacy, Tl Ponce do Leon will, as usual, bo under ,.

g. F. IT. IIOUGHTON Is still attending united In the holy bonds of matrimony.Mrs. tusvllle. .* I.. II. Union and Wm. H.McFiirlund the same able management of Mr. Robt.Murray. .

. shipment just received of liar- to bnsineHH at the Indian River returned from their hunting It will\ close on Saturday, ;'
J. VanDcman of Delaware
-Mr. George Johnson, who ball been
s Imperial and Breakfast Belles Hotel wharf, Tltusvllle.\ See him before soutbonndpiumongern and fishing trip to the Haulover just In April 11th.MaDl'Ror. '
O., was among Wednesday's visiting relatives at Lathalr Ga,, for a
at Wagoner: & C.o's. he leaves. time to attend the Now Woman's Dance)
en route to her oosy winter few weeks, Is again in his old positionIn J. V. Jordon, of Hotel Indian .

'. and :Mrs. John C. Jones and -Mrs. Sclmwb, of New York, Is visit home at Kockledgn. the Red Cross Pharmacy Titusville. In the Opera house. Messrs. MoFnrland River, wait among the recent pleasant Ii j

. who have been In Titusville for and Creamer also returned for tho dance tills oflloo and staid he expected :
Ing' her brother, Mr. J. Mendel, near callers at ,
be of "
There will a regular: meeting
ime, left, Sunday, for their home LaGrange. Mr. Muudi: l has been quite and harmless for Invalids Mr J. J. Flannery, a former owner to have his\ hotel open next week. ')1'1 +
pure even Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of I ''
udike, near Quay.\ 111, but we hope to see him around againere & Co. of the J. II. Allen place: near the ILinl-, lit has undergone many Improvements, ,
Wagoner Eastern Star, on Tuesday evening! next, '
. John R. Walker, of Tltusvllle, long./ over Canal, arrived Tltusvllle on Monday 'and he has just had a swimming pool :

six furnished cottages to rent,, -Miss Clara Hanford, of Green Cove at their Chapter room in the Masonic on a visit of two or three weeks built, 7jx.0:;( ft. Lawn tennis, croquet, 'I !
ised -Attorney T. E. Fitzgerald, a former A full attendance Is expected.:
/ building. 'r"
ADVOCATE: and he has rented !Springs: has been enjoying a visit with" Mr. Flannery now hulls from Deposit, etc, will\ also be nn attraction'Rt Hotel 11

. Who wants the last popular newspaper editor of Daytona, her brother, Mr. Goo. Hanford, of Titus Assorted JAMS, Sunbeam CORN; one N. Y. Indian River this winter. '"
rem one. was among the pleasant callers at this vllle this wttok _.__ ,
the marketat
of the highest grades on
led cottage? last He -Seven room cottage (:'i bedrooms,
office Friday. was attending to +
& Co.', Tltusvllle.Messrs. TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS. j pI ,Y'j
>U WANT TO BUY OR SELL a Chancery case before Judge Jones. -Mr. R. IT Seymour, a prominent attorney bath loom, hob and cold water, toilet),,

to of Miami, who had boon on a vis Malx Bros., Jacksonville's attic, screened porch, wash house, Merv- '
Estate on Indian River, apply WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU *KE i'
Fla.r. .- it to Jacksonville, stayed oil here, Tuesday prominent commission merchants, have ant's quarters, small stable ((2:stalls.), and The following hotels and boardinghouses / .

'e D. L. Gaulden, Titusville, looking for In the way of a pretty present i for a few hours, to see Judge Jones the thanks of the ADVOCATE for the carriage house; smoke house for game along tho East Coast are now "t,(

, Arthur Brown, a former em- for New Year. Call and see all upon legal,: matters. pretty calendar forwarded to this office meat, hen house and runways, acetylene open, all will be seen by their ads. .011 our ''1

of this office, passed through the lovely articles at the GOING AT A SACRIFICE, all our New This Is one of the most reliable commit gas, cistern, tank, windmill. Grounds. 4th and 7th pages: \I I fi : i

Monday, en route from High Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. Year's Presents Call and son them slon houses In the state. are 150xl7ult, piped for water supply Jacksonville- I 'I I

s to Fort Pierce, where he will be Again "we are In receipt of the newsy without delay, at the Ited Cross Pharmacy -Capt. and \11'11.: J. A. Lovelace, of In the garden, ''ready for use, are tomatoes Tho Hotel Westmoreland.Windsor. ,'J'Z'' I

od on the St. Lucie Tribune. and woll-printed Tatler, published by Titiisvllle, Fla. Tampa were among the pleasant callers ; onions, radishes, turnips; 50 orange; New Traveler "ta.: ,
ssrs. Edgar A. Freeman and T. G. Mrs. Anna Marootto, of St. Augustine afternoon last. trees, tangerines, grapefruit, kumquats' 'I.f
at this ofllce on Saturday Magnolia Springs.Magnolia: -
:Mrs. C. 8. of Jensen Fla. '
r, of Philadelphia, arrived In TIt It Is, as usual, well stocked with Interesting Schuyler, They were accompanied by their relatives pawpaws, shrubbery/ plants. and /ilowers fSlrlngslioteL t ( uSt. .
last '
In Tltusville
arrived Friday on a (
society items, sent from various In abundance. On Barton avenue, Hock- .
beenig ,
last Friday night and have .
i Gladwln. Her -Mrs. E. E. Rollins, Miss Florence AugustineThe
visit Mrs. S
sending In big bags of quail places along the East Coast. to many lodge, Fla. Convenient to landing, postoflloo Alcazar. I
or Colmar Mrs (loo. Hanford and Mlsn
her In .'t!
friends to again
were glad grept Hotel Ht. George ,
station store hotels the fishing .
lay. They are very enthusiastic -Dr. (;lIas. G. Weld and Mr. Dudley Titusville her former home. Clara Hanford. Florida!; House.Granada 1i ,'t
of Indian River alt water the -
In grounds ( ),
s, and are having great sport B. Fay, members of Canaveral Club, Hotel. I '
of Waveland HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE: LOVELY !St. Johns River (rest water) and buntIng -
ode arrived here, Monday night, and left the -Mr. C. H. Kacey, ar : ) ; Ormond Beach! :
for Canaveral Club. Mr. rived In TI tllllvi lie, Monday, to join a New Year's presents at the Hed Cross grounds (wild i turkey and dear), four Brotton Inn. 'tp. I ;'\

YEAR'S PRESENTS. We are next morning party who left for the woods on Tuesday Pharmacy, Tltusvtlle 1?>> You certainly miles distant. The entire place In a Doytoua .4 ;

receiving one of the most pretty, Fay was accompanied by Mr. Wm. Ely, morning Mr, Racey, who brought two should jet one of them for your wifeor tidy, neat and attractive condition Grand Atlantlo hotel .jlj
for Christmas wbo went to the Club as Mr. FaV'8guest.These .
.date line of
goods House.
> best girl. Price OUO. Daytona
with him to
fine dogs expected spend \
all of Boston.
Eastt. gentlemen are The Cleveland.
nts you ever saw on nearly a week In the woods, looking forbear -Mr. Wm. M. Brown tried his hand A. It. Moore, P, O. Box 2J: Rooklodgo, '' Cedar
They are superb-looking art- YOUR SMALL PHOTO. ENLARGED panther, deer, quail, etc at quail shooting on Monday, and re. Florida.ADDITIONAL.. The fines, l I s ,
, so do not send away for anything to 8x10 In. for $1.40, and will give youa The Ivy Inn.
with the
-Those requiring' treatment for turned to LOCALS will be foundon i\ 1 3''
want. eye "
have what '
e just you Christmas picture free. The Eagle Seabreeze ,
of dead birds allowed by the Florida
some of these articles are Portrait Co., 421} West State street, or nerve troubles, or requiring new slate law. It would "do. lila Miami our 8th, page.FuriilHlied The Clarendon.. I 'I" ','
will do well to await the nest Colonades.
on view. Call and see them at Jacksonville Fla. 21-4 glasses, ;
If the big bags Uooiiis To Kent.
friends they saw
ted Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.I visit of the renowned eye and nerve specialist Daytona BeaohHeaslde- J 'a
Subscribers to the ADVOCATE have Dr. K. II. Armstrong of Jacksonville of birds he brings homo when he goes Inn. ", ,

I J. A. Lovelace, commander of been sending: in checke and postofflce who will be In Titusville on bird shooting In the Neighborhood .* Large II'lIrnl..bellJed-ruoms. for Kenton Lone Bay Inn.

Manatee of the Indepen- but there tho Wm. M. Mervtln place at Rock- White House. t
amer late Tltusvllle.Mr. .
orders rather freely -of January 22; ; Cocoa, Jan. 23: ; Merrltt, The I'lnehurst.
ne of steamers, running fromto are a few of our subscribers who are lodge; opposite Now Rookludge hotel ft
January :21. Wm. H. MoFarland, who ha*, 'I'ltueville-SembierCottage.
St. Petersburg aqd other attention l Is Apply to Box: 75. ,li
and their
still in arrears, for time Peacock House. . j j1Ilerrltt
Saturday -One of the prettiest booklets we been In Peru, Indiana, some was 173:J Rock ledge, Fla.
his wife here on .
joined called to the name-and-date slip pasted around town yesterday, shaking hands.) -
of bill re laid have received thin year Is one entitled, +
ich to the pleasure their or wrapper every week. River View Hotel
upon paper with hU friend He arrived hereon
old-time friends. On Sunday "The Southern's: Palm Limited, sent many Furnished Cottage For Kent. Carleton. '
Alien: of the Halifax Mr. John C.. the 10'-IS p. m. train on Wednesday. J i I
ml Mrs. Lovelace, who were the Commodore J. IT. to the ADVdCATit!: office by Hotel Bellevlew.
On Sunday Mr. McFarland will be Joinedby A roomed Furnished Cottage, on
of Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins, re- River Yacht Club, returned Sunday Lu.sk:: the popular district passenger Palm Beach _. t 1
to Lovelace, who afternoon from Miami In his launcb, the agent of the Southern Railway. It Is Mr. Fred DeWolfe, treasurer of the river front, for rent. Beach Club Cafe. t,

Tampa. Capt. Miami last Monday Illustrations of various world.renowned Wallace Shows; also, Apply to BJX 75,
and known to many Bob White. He left full of pretty MIIl lI.- I''t'he
favorably week In the trip. \ and Nassau Messrs. O. A. and Hobert Bell, and Mr. 17-3 Itocbleiiice, Fla. Gautlir.FtirulMlird .
is along the East Coast, WIa and was a making places In Florida, Georgia ; 4 I q
at West Palm Beach, booklet doubt will be kept Johnson. 'r
of the P. Airushlps The launch stopped and the DO '
popular purser AMONG THE HOTELS.The house For Kent. .' ,.
. between Miami Fort Pierce and Rockledge, and :Mr. as a souvenir for quite a while by those .. : '
plying Lout-A Watch. "
having had an enjoyable who receive 'j 'if' 1 1'1'A
- au. Mrs. Lovelace Is a sister Allen reports one.FURNITURE ADVOCATE III I on file at all tLe seven room house to rent-furnished ,,' .;; .

Rollins and Miss Col mar. trip, though the water, at times handsome, was DRY GOODS, SHOES. Between the F. E. C. Railway station Mist[ hotels In New York city. for light housekeeping. Price $ .OO...., t
White Is
The Bob a I
rough. andIs Souvenir Cards of and the resilience of Capt. Jas. Prltch- Where to stop along the! Eat Coast per month. !.'- '
three feet In length, !
Land For Sale. launch, thirty Titusville ard presumably a Toady's.) Gold Watch address : .
finished Inside with mahog- !:lee \list of hotel and boarding house For particulars, \

elegantly and and Chatelaine Pin, on Friday night on 4th and 7tl page. J. R. WALKKH.Tltunvllle. rya

ores in Indian River Narrows; uny.-Daytona Dally News. State views. net. A suitable reward ottered for the \ Fla. : n r

this Is choice garden land.res Orange wood postal cards. return of the same to the Indian River Mr. Border, formerly chief clerk at ,
Public Notice. the Duval hotel Jacksonville will be '
opposite Grant; part of this. :IIAS. A, GARDSIII, TITUSVILLE, FLA. State Bank, Titusville. J"lIrnlllhclCOUI1Jt'1oI For Kent.
l of Hotel Idlao River
lock. Telephone 84. allllistant malinger I ,
I directed to notify the Huckl"; this\ winter. "
As Agent, am ,le.
sell above In tracts to suit
pur- Duck Hunting. Highland I'ark Cottages, at EMU GallleFlu.

public not to fish In Bird Lake or trespass Pianoforte Tunic{;. The Colonial, at Nassau, 'N X I'., will ., overlooking Indian River, good r''

Is In Bearing Orange Trees, one thereon, as It and adjoining lands M. L. Peacock, at Tltusvllle, It prepared igiln/ l he under the mxuaifKtnvut of Mr. fishing, boating and hunting, short distance I
taxable, and the and take out for duck shootIng .
private property, Adolf M. Jaehde the well-Known to parties I
are "
of.TI tusvllIe. n. E. Hernia. It opened on Tuenday, to Ocean Bench, all new and nicely ,

O. F. PADDISOX, I tax: duly paid theieon. practical pianoforte tuner, will\ be In at reasonable rate. Correspondence January Oth, and l will close Monday, furnished, 4.5$ and 7 rooms each. Photo :

Eau Gallle, Fla. Jolts HEXBY, Titusvllle shottly, to attend to the tuning solicited. ,April 2nd. and!: full particular on application ,,
Agent for Owners. of Look out for him. 1'
2t pianos.
Jersey Hull For Hiile. Messrs. A. I). Caching and GeurioG.Beck W&1. R. KOESCH.Dtf \

alker Hardware Co. two of the office ktaff of Hotel ) Eau Gallle, Fla. a
Orange and Grapefruit Wraps.We Things You Need. Nearly full blood, 13: months old, ,
full line of Shelf Hardware Rural) Polnclana, .Pilm head, were "
rrya price, .20.GO.: P. G. Walton, Tltusvllle, "d '
Oat everything else In our line. have a Urge stock of orange; and We always carry a Full Line of the Fla. iinoiig Weilnttday'ii nouthbuind pawonger Winter Home For Hnle. d

8 making a special ran on our grapefruit; wraps. extra fine quality. celebrated Keen Kntter Tools. *, en route, from New York to the For sale, a beautiful,-winter home, situated ' !'"i'I
heavy. Paints In all shades! tints fruit and Vegetables: above famous resort Wr Cushing Is I !
If In need of a cooking stove, Tile grapefruit wraps are extra John Lucas at LotuK, Merrltt f Island, Fla.; 23: 4,

range, oil stove or heaters ofId It pays to buy good wrapping paper. and colors. Shipped to Mara-Brothers, corner of .Mulstant to Mr. Fied C> King, nod Mr. acres. -room liou egoo>l dock and breakwater S'' .

,I, be sure to call and examine LCMBEB &; SCTPLT: Co. 011 Heaters. The only perfect Oil Beck 1 1. cashier. "
EAST Jacksonville ; tangerine :
Bay and Julia streets, ; orange( grapefruit ,
f stock before buying elswhere. .Heater made I* the Perfection; It will hotel the Palm .
Fla., always bring good results. Their Miami' palatial Royal : king and kumquat' trt'ellln bearing. One +

rive the prettiest lot of Toilet For Painting Paperhanging, 'not smoke or smell. When you get this facilities for handling Pineapples, Grape opened on Monday, January 8th, and of the best location.on the Indian Klver. '

klna and Glassware, Includingt Heater yon will not have the trouble wilt clone Tuesday. April 3rd This
fruit, Orange and Early Vegetable/ cannot on 700ft. of river front on both Indian and
Glass and General Repair Work, have been used to. Price $''.00 I
and prettiest China and Xalsominlog you be surpassed. This Is one of the bosUrly I Ie under the management/ of Banana riven.

I Ornaments, Fancy Dishes, Etc. at reasonable prices, write each. JAS. PBITCUABO A Sox' oldest and most reliable houses la this : Ir. H. W. Merrill, who ha* to acces- Address, Box F., '

WALKER HARDWARE Co.Tltun1lIe S. W. 51., Box TltuiTille 215 Fla.fie. Titnsvllle, Fla. state. Try them. fully conducted It la past season A* 10-tf Cocoa, J'la.It ,


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Free and any need that for seem the to labyrintUInn be the order constructions of the .TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA. moat IKwton prominent who come and south wealthy to bunt residentsof every Standard Electric Compaq]

Accepted Masons. day_ecurltle' KO overlying each 0 -
and often 80 Involved that no ODe that'A winter. Florida.
; an expert In buying a security Favorite Spot In a Favored I The cool, refreshing, health-giving, Jacksonville,

cate his claim.! It is this state of affairs Sector*-The Famous East oson -Udn breezes wafted across from --
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Indian No -this fear of being bonkoeJ-that Coast of Florida. the Atlantic Oceanand the troad bay I FRED
River Tltuaville, lends the small Inreotor to put his money ant one of the moot enjoyable featuresof E. GILBEKll

in a savings bank. Ibis rbenomeosllocatlon. j -

Lodge. Florida. ..ludgeGroueup points cut the way I ION THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. There ,. a Urge area of primeval forest .
-.Au.1i0D1obl.1os: :
Holds Its tn.'lnlC.lh.second and fourth "-I1.: whereby the corporations can b* made and prairie land beyond the northern .
nesday. of ash month in the Masonic TempleTitus.lllo not only safe, but no simple that too A W
of TIlesvilie
.t 7:.\0 o'cltx-p. m. southern sod western boundaries -
average Investor can understand their Just the Place to Fit-out for crUIse : of the State Agent for
F.Morisun. Worshipful' Master. ., awaltltn the advent
Waller Bwntor' W r.len. organization and aee clearly: what be U J Down this Fa..tam.d FUvor.l I
John 1'hlllpW It. Hul....", .Junior. Warden.O. I getting for bls money when! he lnve.ts. ,i thrifty Hitler to till the fertile noil, OLDS, AUTOCARS and FRAVKLR
Fishing and Hunting U.
F. Duren. Treasurer. Fine which abound lu ., Here can "
In their I I now ., me. 1
J.t.Csrnithers. Hecret ry. lie also) places corporation MOTOR BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGINES--
A. I'ennoy. Senior J.> a".a. proper light lie! shows how they aw The teen of Tlto. IU I I", situated oo be foumi quail, turkey nod deer hunting

1'.ercr H. Walton ii.; W.ltwn., tonlor Junior BtewarU.Deacon.C3. creatures of the law-a line or two the Florida East CWM Railway 154 tu snit th' .. most ardent huntsman.Titu Ejr-Ikeep the largest stock lu the South . IIornH.. write or call toPrices. .

M. ft. ""m.. Junior Steward.J. In the statute book_aod then pottltOn.ard miles sooth ot Jtd..llylll., II* milrs. ..vilt, baa shelled sweets, electric Batteries! Coils, Dynamos, Lamps, attention.
It. Milker. *-. .\. Losl,. Tytor1NI -peopleliarton" plan. north of Palm B.acb,and 212 miles northof light, a reliable bank several tine buck
conclnilons arrived at by the 37-41 West Forsyth Street, JACKSONVILLE, p;
of the Board of five white
Miami. The Tltu Tlllo branch IItOrl.a Trade .. . - ... -- -
>I\V RISER CII.\I"TtJC >O. jurist are as follow: defunct Jacksonville Tampa ..t Key churcheslarge fisheries, a tanning! extract -- - - -- - -

UO\AI. ARCH :t1.OOSS. oalKmnl Flr,t.-The Incorporation.beginning of the war out I* West Kallroad, now controlled by the and palmetto fibre factory, an Ice THE VEHICLE & HARNESS CC

HI er Ch.rter. ItoTal *"* ataeoS.I SH'on4.-The new corporation must be ,Florida East Count Railway Co., also factory taw and real estate offices, an
TII.ln..lan month M 18ltf.r..nI't.e.l constructed lmplo Un*.. Two cla. *. and Cedar sts.
of each on bang Corner Fotsyth
neete the art WutnaeJay runs Into the town-thin being the ter- opera house a well-organized an .
of erecurltl.e ought In every care to be
1 .:: ;:: : : "are the om.r. of this chapter ufflcl.nt-th. Kecurlty that represents nc> mina, ) point of that branch. There are armory shooting club, a large nndj/ comfortable JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

M. ... Bams. Excellent High 1'r1.n..J. tual cash pall In or H. equivalent In property several trains riving dally from Jack hotel, overlooking: the bay, besides
.R. Walker, Kmit. and the security that may be Innueil
R. \. Andrews Srrlbe.K. I from time to time a. the value of thn ': sonville and Sanford during! the season. a number of boarding houses In Our stock of . .
I .A. Morgan l....:r..wry. property actually Increaava and to cover ,I of llrevard various of the town.
WhIe..fl. Treasurer."eo. As the county neat county, parts WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES
i I'rllchett.. K'yal Arch C*|>lJn. such Increaiiml value. The corporation I should have
modern The facts a
It has a couit-houso nod a Jail as presented'
T.s. Sanders. Cau t.;.f Host.I that cannot b flnnnrtally launched upon SUKRETS, TRAPS, ROAD ,
I uls _Alexander.eFterOIFltntfneroer. lines. thus plainly put before the eye ought building!!, with rarely over two or three tendency to direct the attention of many
' O.A. ".....rt. %" not to be launched at all. for hero as elsewhere In HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC., ETC., ETC.IS .
J. N. Wailer Msawr of I'H 1". M. Taylor. Ma..u>rof Third V. ... that doctor I in their for the winter. NOW COl'trPLETE-
entlal to .ucce. but Bomethlnir open" to Illness is so rare, one town making plans -
J. Jj. Knnls, Sentinel.OltUEK
uneii other than the corporation's success.Third finds ample time to act as Justice of the We have a fine Masonic Hall in Tltus-
I :Provlalon Bliould bo made to interest -
Of EASTERN STAB.rrlen.lHhlp labor In ownorahlp. The securities Pence and Notary Public, besides attending ville, where Indian River Lodge No. 00, K2T Call on us and you will find our prices will please you.
Issued on account ot Increased. value while the F. A A. M. Indian River Roy.
his medical Chapter,
} Chapter No. II.holds ''" """" "aIn to practice, : ,
the Mosnnla: .....hce r........ Titnsrllto, on the shown should be not Indued by prediction only aa or the expectation Increase la oiherflnds time to go hunting. al Arch Masons, Friendship Chapter No
,* In ofttcerhof : .Y+mass-83ev e3---caa 4-d31 a aW --<<'i -ttl -
y.m Thehfonowing are the the but by such experience as proves the fact Here Is virtually: the head of the 11, Older of Eastern Star:; ; and 'IHimvlllowi ':
CbaptertHrs. and provision should be mode that such ,

S1" : I J. M. nubbins. W, :M. aecurltlen may bo divided equitably between r SE1EDS: :: : :: T'OR PL.A.lTTIN"GI : : : -.
the capital Invested and tho labor
; John Miss Catherine K. Walker.: Same W..I'Assonlata. M. put In and expedients be adopted to encourage /-' J (" ,

MIHS Kate Hwwart.wmdiiotre.Mi.Miss . corporation formed.on that basin / rterc
: J..nmo Haniinrs.. ASSIM..lute Con. --.r '. r ,_r Turnips-and Kuta Bagas. .
Mlss/aii'll tewart'Irensurer.Mr Fourth.-The r
corporation" being trustee /
.. I'. H. Wilson Hniirotary.Mrs. . for Its owners, the government must be f I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. ,

.. J.F.It.A.Walker M.iruan., Aflll Kutli.Mrs. gIven opportunity to exercise. a constant frJrV ., ""i"'.. l Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans. .
... rlniifi-oiir.. :.Martha. watch that the truat In executed. Under -., I rliJi r' f
M. A.
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fall 4 Rose and
Seed Potatoes-for No. Triumph.
) ,
Mri.l Kline. Krtvr, supervision, something like the watch the )
Mrs J. l>.Hums, J>.I..c l .t.. government holds over the national bo.nks.peraono.l rr'f r : L Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc
Clias. H. Wslum Wnuler. schemes would be reduced to a /: .. ;, .
Cnntlnel.It. I
J.I.arnither ?
minimum. And what Is morn corporate I
Marshal. , '
Hoe. It.]M.Wilson.IMiulns. Clmplaln.TITI8IM.K; activity would be lifted to a higher plane I ; r,. I : I,. O.Alv.IE: ::: ::ItONe SoodsD1nn.: : ,
of personal and moral roapannlblllty. r I
Fifth.-I'rovlnlon should bo made for a (&<""" 1.' ,, :: 1 .t.1\4!\:; f. JJ 114 East Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.
; ..
!:: '
,> >rrr '.. 1 I Il. ,
CAMP NO. 141.Mnetnevnrv government exchange or a private ex- F".r -jJr-: J 1 st " (
change under government supervision ".".' ." -:;:.-,.;..: ::- -- I,. I '" ,1\::!
l. ,: ' : .I Ik ;;
t i nlanlP9' through which the securities of nationalcorporations Ie. 1 -.7. ," ._ ....>= _:>::::_:::--:.e-, .... C-_ '-_- J'! : I' ' 3E3m s--!!3 r.a zaWo a--!a! R3 aF 4rConsumers
. could be bought and aold ,v .._ ,L---= ; ; l i I
; In thin way would ba drawn a distinctly -lf ,",, i : "

" I visible coiporutlons line between and the securities securities': In of national ." :;::: ::'__ ", -.6'.:>-; _' ----.- '---E.. r: .q'idiCZ :- : :: \" "", "-b i .. .. : : ::: :: : : !

\, that refuse to nationalizea corporations '.--'"-;;.:#1'I.---, .. .,';:..?3- i:-'- ':< :: ... :",. _,"" ,,;">,", ,; ; 6' I

" line that would aoon be understood as the /.-:-- : 'tIi !
t boundary between corporations that were ,- itp} .fJT;#$m1117rn .- :;(.- 'il Your: ttten..t1oD. Please :

willing to be faithful trustees of the luml :'r '( if :
owners faithful at the same limo to their ' ''t .i iM'I'
j duties to the pnoplo. and corporations that z'! rnm ww-nwui; : \ ; .l'.r .: lr.11I' sell Groceries at WHOLESAI
f ItrHtand third Monday In each had Inner and ulterior devlgnn. My own qt J1I ; .M tI']I :I 1 \ I J!:.", ,,: I E"i -"i' ; month at trite:: l>, m., chirp; at the MaaonJo] opinion la that this distinct differentiation 'I \U' f.i1)'Iy'I") ', \,.r [ jr1\ 1 Il }j:1,r.h( : "'''! .I t. I"" 'J'I'I' '' ''-11''
I I \ J Prices Write for Price Grc
I : ... List.
Temple. of the national from the hybrid corporation I,' 1 .. r.11"Ill\ $.1 n ot11 '" r.; "i W ,.... our
Coninl I rominanibtr. . ... . ,......A.n.Pnnnny would In time lead every corporation "..r f1>C q:. ; -I' "", "; ............ I i"V.'I" '"
,.1 AdvlHor. Lluutuimnt....... "........I.Walker. engaged In Interstate commerce volun ""JI lfBZf.x "...' ,.:,f "'f.i ):>;:ii kt1 J l .
Hunker .. .. .. . ..W.R.Walker ) :Jf' money saver.
; ,
KHOiirt O.I. MandaTllle tarily to Incorporate under the nationallaw. .. t!. 1 !;J'j: \ e; "(' ..
:" 4 lerk ::::::'.: ,,: :. .. ::::: ;CarnithoraWatnlimnn A Just plan ot organization and sue :,' :=;.r<<:E, : . o.--1: .,,,.,-, .!.,..., 'ii"."!.! "'f.. --
II; .
.. J.N WallorHnntry I pervlBlon being offered the peoplo would ,,_-_-. __._ -3' I' J
,; .... ':;:.:::... :.:" ':. '. ::::. :. J .I>,KnniiI not long permit the bank and Insurance ........,.";_ ... _.. -. ...: !....Wt The Co.
([.. >lroot r*....... ... "... ..r I'wllmiuIt accumulation to bo absorbed In corporations - - -- -- Enterprise Grocery
r .j't'Yylan: and S..J.NnrtonCamjirhyelalan I-THE ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE I
that the
..... ...... .........K.K.Kollliii refused plan. __ ,
All vlHltlnit W'Midmen are cordially Invited toj" Throughout the article Judgo Gross-
f' attend the meetinge cup stands for Individualism. lie Indian River, and thu favorite! point fur i Camp No. 111, Woodmen of the \Voild 1 17 Bridge St.

shows the benefit which the country received fitting; out Had starting of numerous I meet reguLu'ly.Thu Jnekt'iOliville:: Florid

CA from the method of distributing cruising parties dining our, balmy winter EAST COAST .\APVOCATK ubllHhod u _ _ u . _

j" lands in the west.Inauranro months; ns everything necessary to comfortably every Friday morning, lit oy a

equip a pleasure yacht, can here glance> lliiouah; Its advertising: columns Hodges c& O'Hara.
Manrnate'l Antb.
be obtained I he moHt rertsonnWe Pll.| Jim 1 etui easily! see who are thtll'l'omlo.

$1 INTfl My Sweet comp'ny.mine of'tis Kraft of th for.mo. CCB. Till Is evidenced by the fact tluif en" nierchmts' of our '''\Vo-meo who ....Manufacturers and Dealers in...

JL ', Of thee I slnsr. the same p.nlies have been coming here me up-to'dute citizens, mid who ale ask. Rough '
DV (AT' Graft for my ions and heir*. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW' PINE LUMBE!
ti, BUSINUS Graft for my friends and theirs annually for many winters for that 1 purpose ,ins..; for your patronage.' Rend the a 's. on Dressed

,\ -tomJ All that the plum tree bear In preference to any other point every page very caiefully. .
To me you bring along the East Const. Sample' copies of the ADVOCATE: will Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, edj
Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliver,
Let. critic howl away. To the south ease of Tltusylllo Is the be sent, free, to any part of Canada: ; and to any part of the State. Address: [Hodges: &: 0'IIara, Buffalo Bluff, F|

But here The I'll winter calmly through.stay wide sweep of salt water bay (about six the United States upon application - - --. - -.

Insurance laws are made miles la width), formed by the waters of IF YOU WANT A.

Dut to be disobeyed. the; famous Indian River. Here fishing! ,: ..
Come on. sons! Who's afraid HUH Stood the Test 25 Y nr<4. .
Pa stand by you. wild duck shooting) sailing and rowing

can bo indulged In to the heait's content The old original GICOYB'S Tustelena

Let Verve premium grot 'em payers In the fret net:: of the moot fastidious sportsman. Chill Tonic. You know what you are .Building Lot

C l 'r They can't ret loose. On the ocean beach nearly In a direct! taklnc. It in Iron and quinine In a taste- .. ,

: I 'tf The In our golden nest eggs aa !we'll fore. store line east of Tltusvlile, Is Canaveral Club, less f....m. :No core no pay, 50ct at tho

_ And when they come no more surrounded by over 10,000acres of laod. I Rod Cross Pharmacy, TItnsvlllo, Fla. '

Well kill the gooae.My ..___ ._ _____ __ __ .__ ___n _ ________ _______ __n_________ ____ __ c or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
, ; CORPORATION PROBLEM comp'ny 'tis for me ,
That you are run. e .
t Will I resign? Well say. I I I We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

How Judge Peter S. Grosscup Will They cows can't quit pry eating me away.hayt __, Settlers are flockIng In but still there is room. If yo|

Would Solve It. Its Chicago too much Record-Herald.run. r Paint costs money, but good paint pays looking this way, drop a line to
'i' 1
I more than it costs.Lucas. JAS. E. INGRAHAM ; Srd Vice.Prelildent,
4 Making the Northwest
Many lives have It.. sncrlllced in a R'Y

daring the arctic terrors which the b tS ST. AUGUSTINE. FI

"i" Clilrnicu Janet Favor Actual Con Norwegian explorer AniundHeu faces f SSSY (Tinted Glom) e

I trot hy Stocl&HoJtIe-ra I n.ler >ntlon with good prospect of success, In tho pay best of all because they cover best; f .,; .o ---

\; _1 Sap..I.lon-U..aard.Tw..C1., utteuipt to take hU shIp from the Atlantic look best; and wear best. Reside_

,. ml Rfrarltlvx n. aoalclent-f'Vould into Bering strait The mak; that the price is low. b

I Interest. nbor. lug of the northwest passage' from If you want to save money, insist on happy

ocean to orenn was ono of the goals your painter using Lucas Paints Tell A HomeTo
Judgo Peter S.:: tJrossciip of tbo United
and In fact the important goal of the him to ask his dealer.
States circuit court of uppcals\ of
MUllcr race of arctic explorers. The I' John Lucas & Co Philadelphia 4
Chicago believes lie has found the so-
most fatuous uud tho most tragic: attempt have a happy home
must have children
luUon for the control of great corpora -: you ,
was thut of lS.I:>-4i. vhlch re-
ions lie proposes a plan for their"peopletzntlon"that 8ult.'l.llu the loss of the Sold l>y Ja.s. 1'rltcliaril A: Son Tltuivllle, Fla. as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak
expeilltloa under

I" their actual -- __ woman be made
-- can
Sir John franklin.; --- -- ----- you strong enough to bear

control by stockholders-under the supervision There lire traditions that Spanish\ anti healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to

( ,' of the government In an Portuguese sailors made the northwest yourself, by taking

p elaborately developed argument In the passage in olden times and the Kngllsb Mallory Lines

December uumlier, of the American Illustrated admiral McClure has been cred-

Magazine, from which this Itetl with this feat. McClure got WINE

summary of the article Is. complied by through but lie was compelled to abandon \ CARDUI

t the Chlt'OINe"8.are gradually, he allows not only Unit adding corporations hit ship! xiheu. The the northeast voyaj'ovas: passage halfnccompllBhed. SPECIAL PASS EN GER.-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS OF .

I to their great holdings of property but was made by Nordenskjold In 1878-70. Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast

are practically ouucrs of tho Irnnicune nnd there Mill lie glory for the first -XO OVKKCKOWDINO
wealth of the country Woman's ReliefIt
voyager to take a steamer through
"The butcher of today" Iw says "1s by IMPORTANT STATEROOMS: ARE I'O ITIVELY GUARANTEED on these
the northwest, although the
I a corporation. The lout\ of breed ns it route cannot ships, as no tickets will bus sold to exceed the number berths will
have value for.commercial ease away all pain reduce Inflammation
comes to us on the table Is almost exclusively pur- or the seating capacity of Dining: Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indlvidua your ,

I, a corporation product. From poses. service and attention. cure leucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovarian
whatever of view visual the trouble '
point to disordered menses, backache, headache,
nilud and eye, wo may look at It, the The Anglo-Cuban commercial treaty PASSENGERS LEAVE .IAC'K< natural) and it.
\ domain of property, covered by the will probably be killed when It comes ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union easy. Try
corporations stand out as the great tip In the Cuban senate, and so thero ) At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.

central fact in the industrial of the will bo no harm done, but It Is strange LOWEST KATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS XORTH,
century that Is Just opened." that the Cuban -
Including deliffhttnl DAYLIGHT
SAIL through the WRITE US A UTTERfreely
Judge GrosMCUp does not hesitate tony the framing of a measure tho ratification DUE TO CARDUI
II frankly that the corporation of today of which would be inimical to the FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS. and frankly, telling us all your and nothing else, la my ba.byglrl.a *I
I It not a safe field for the small In- troubles. We will send free advIce (In two weeks oil," writes Mrs. J. 'I
7<>stor. It in Its tremendously complex commercial Interests of this country. Through tickets sold) to all northern )} Int....Fos full Information regarding: at- plain sealed envelope). Address: LaWest, of Webster City, Iowa. 'Sts I Iis

..rgulll7.lItlolthnt makes It particularV Under the Platt amendment thin country I tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins, tickets, etc., apply to Medicine dies Advisory Dept.,The Chattanooga a fine, healthy babe and we i arc

unsafe for, hu i\yn, there never was British has treaty.a right. to protest agaInst the ARTHUR. W. PYE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jacisonillle, Florida, Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. both doing nicely."

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[ ofossioiial Cards. -FINE PROPERTY FOR- SALE.! Professor German and Yaldeyer American of Berlin Aftlnlty.university The Walton I :Mason M. Clark l Co., 4::i

who was a delegate to.. the Inter.

0. M. BOBBINS, IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND national congress of arts'" and science Commission Merchants, :d

DADE COUNTIES. held at St. Louis a ;year ago has re- Self-Locking
.TTORXEY ewUly given his Impressions of A me } SEW YORE( ; J tM1
LAND FOR SALE, :St. Lucleand Dada. 110 lIItfltR.S1'H ET. .,,
AT-LAW. counties. Description of land: West cnn progress In science. lie holds that

iractloe In State and United States % of northeast t4' and west lj. of gout it Is! not true as Oermuns generally believe Tackle Block. +q

(ICourt. east *|, see. 10, township 3':.!, range II\, that Americana hove little Inclination .1.1.osn
101 20-100! acres St. Lucie county. Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA.L. Wont !-,' of northwest j and west N for purely scientific\ things ; ,
of southwest K, sec. 33; township i 3:1: and cites our reverence for our old Institutions ,

GAULDEN, range 81), 100 acres, St. Lucie county. of learning and tho establishment -
Northeast J;: of southeast J j, sec. 3. of new universities. Speaking township ;I8 south range 41 east;
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, our scientific museums collection anti --
closo to O. K. Wood's pineapple plRn-
practice In all the Court of the State tatlon on St. Lucie river; 40 acre. laboratories, the \professor says "Ontt .

Ida, and the United States Courts. Dade county. needs no IIl"CII1I.propbl'tlc gift to pro. Rnhlman & Co. ;
Box.235. TITU3V1LLK FLA. Also, the northeast 14 of northeast diet that in fifty years the United I : : .:
Sam neo. 18, township 3>i south range: ,( '
41 east; on south fork of bt. Iucle States will as regnrds good arrange.I! Jrtl Washington iSt. 1 l NEW YORK J 1I

J. WEBB, river; 40 acres, Dade county. mint: ease!' of use and wealth of what l II:a! MuirnMicot.: .. j X. Y. ;. "

Apply to W. A. BALI, :Stuart Fla Is offered, far outdo t.ermnny." I --- '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Professor 'Waldeyer tells his IH>OP\ 10 ,
in the Courts of the 7thit teal Instate UI\rgl\lnl. '
31 I practice Plneapples'
that Herman students should como 1 to
Taxes paid for non-renidon Oranges
fonts and aooounta collected. Nice 8-room cottage well America<< to widen their mental horizon .

FLORIDA. located Iu Tltusvllle. . . . $1200( 00 and that the two mitlous should mail "
VLLE, U: acres Land and House thin scientific Interooursebotween pt'r. and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. ,
: part set In Orange Trees In . i''J
and ocadomy
D. PENNEY, 'Eau Unllie . . . . . . . . 700 (00 eon, and university person and academy university. Ge. We represent' It4'V.'I'or\ tho largest shippers In your :State, an< 81) acres Land, nearly J-j '. ,
Mile River\ Front (15 miles should to form a corrected Established 30
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW mans try you also. Give us a trial\ shipment years. 9 I I r.,tA
north of Kau dallies, . 400 (00 Judgment of the scientific work of ;
VII-LK, FLORIDA 20 acres River Front at I'I' ;
Americans by visiting the country -
Hardeoville 400 00
ractlce> In all the courts of the 7tl1 21 tf I). L. UAULDKN Agent itself. To quote further:

Judicial Circuit. Tltusvllle, Pla. Let us bo as liberal to them an they are
toward us In the reception of those who r

IE3: E. ANDREWS, Fine Property For Sale. Book that. they knowledge need. In Lot offering their published to them researches all-\ HEysNER ';

be. found In our llbrurlos nisi. :
ATTORNEY-AT-L, Two ,nice cottages adjoining each at leant In the great Royal library of the
other In :North THusvllle, with an acre capital of the empire. Lot u* show themIn
mty Judge of St Lucio County. of hammock .and five acres o( rich muck all things that In coming to German I ';,
they come to a people of Intellectual affinity IVIC. ;
land suitable for truck farm. Good sock BAL-rIIVlORE
under whose political and
FORT PIERCE, FLA. river front. The larger cottage has three 1 \
with their free
Institutions even they
sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs views may have a feeling of well being. II III I COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE I u;
l rtiKN: E. FOSTER, ; and a parlor sitting room dining That they do the same for us can bo said. I' t N I
room and kitchen bolow.! The adjoining to their praliM by all who have been their RELIABLE. PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. ;
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW cottage has two sleeping rooms anservant's guests MD.1 I :
room In second story and WM. HEYSER, t ,,1
yal-Upchurch Building, .7az. sitting room, dining room and kitchen Honor to a Hugo :Mau. + q r {.

jACKSOXVtM.K, FLA. bolow. Large, brick cisterns to both The burial of Sir henry Irving, the I I VII i hl hlI -=-__-_ =-- __ tl, '
houses. Adapted for a nice winter I + .
actor Westminster abbey by the ES'rAR1.1aIIEU: 1"711. t
home. Immortals is I, i I 149'
side of England'a more
Apply to GEO. M. KOUBINS,
GENERAL DIRECTORY. Tltnsvllle, Fla than significant of the English respect .

for the Bingo and out of its foremost Is claimed to be the Finest( Tackle M. Lane & Son A'
U. S. SENATORS. Take Notice I 'actors. The of Shakespeare ,
countrymen In to buyIt.
',illaferro....,. .......... ....JaiVsonvillilullory Block iu the World. To see It
,.._.................... .Fensaooli. of the Kembles Mrs. Sttldon: YORK v''
One of the handsomest! places on Mee.rUt fresh tokens ot Thousands of them In use throughout 250 WASHINGTON STREET '
and Macready owe no
U. 8. Island known as "TheVljtwam., testimonials from)
Clark. .... .......... ,.... ...Lnks.Tamut. City. belonging to Mm. Eva/ J. liialr, of New honor to the drama or to its exponents the hone North.who use Revel them.

t;.iiarkiuan Lauiar::::::,:::::::::::.::::Montloelic: York Is for site or rent, furnished A But the laud which bred Shakespeare This load-liolcllnu( block U made In varl- Southern Fruit( and Produce 11

B. tANU OFFICE. ten room co, hire, with launch house. and his noble\ interpreters also bred i 1\ IIIH shapes and SI7.eN. of WOOD, IRON 1 ,.
f''huMi. ......... .. ..............ReKlllter. new laundry, nil newly painted and drama (and men and women to Illustrate and BRONZE Will work equally well :
KobltiHon,.... .... .. ... ... ....Receiver. three acres In glove Mrs. Blair has with rope chain or wire rope. JMIoJoha.c.
be recalled
Ortlee at Gainesville, rinrliln. Just| spent !level"I hundred dollars. inputting It) which cannot now Will work at any height, upside clown, Comm.iccion.: :: : : : :

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.: / the place In perfect repair, lay without a blush. If Irving did not horizontally, or at any angle, and will
li-on 1I.lIro".r< .(4nvet nor.yCrawford IUIe out il>)wer beds now break water" seek to elevate the stage he at leas top and lock at any point. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
...Bocretaryof State: and board walks all round the house worked to keep the modern stage on 11 Invaluable fur every kind of business
Knott, ..' TrenHureiEllis so that any one wanting a lovely winter where n block Is needed frequently tmv. 1
Crooin...... .........AttorneyCienBralC. ...Comptroller. or all-year-round homo will do we.l to high plane. Herein were displayed the lOll the labor of one man or mono Stencils: Cards) and our quotations furnished on application.
\\(>.Ln| .... ....ColnmtsslonerAgrictdture. cut this article out for reference. character and Individuality of the mar Nothing like It for hanging or utretcli-
... ..,. futillo IiiBtrnotloiinml ,
HOllo.K. ..Foster' ,...Supt..... ....AcljutantGeperaliradfonl Address L. W. BLAIII Merrltt Fla.tiIOANDTAR. Irving. log wires. .
...BurveyorOonoraltone The knighting of Irving the first All blocks fitted with the famous
,... ,.........State ChemimA The OcMawaha Nurseries. .h.hDo
m.xi .!! Examinee' actor to be HO honored, put the stamp .WALTON-VINTON hor.i.Kit UEAIIINU.

Olllcea at Tallahassee Florida. for Mlftr..ni safe, .roo .No oplattt of royal and national approval upon Address all communications to the
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. the stage as he represented it. Irving'c

Ilinlson ,Miami Fort 1'lerce......Representative Senatormiistead .N....N....NNN..N... influence was thrown upon the side of Walton Self-Locking Block Co. not Mail tiers cheaper than they can be had. from other nurseries, but
literature and art at a time when the for Florida who want to pro-
SUPREME!: COURT JUDGES. there I III a curtain amount of protection grower
'I.b'y..r..... .... ...Chief Justice tendency Iu England and on the con. (Incorporated,) duce a first clasH fruit In buying; trees from us, fur they can Ret just what
arter... ....... .... ..Ansouiate Justice.. Inent of Europe was toward frlroltj Office mid WRroroom101! Atlantic Ave.,
'aylor... ....... ** 4 they order from us.Trees .
null corruption on tin stage. He taughtthe Tear: Uowe's Wharf Klovated: Station III / want;, andyon want them :
tMI8SIOXEP.S. whatY/\1I I Ito
on II. Browne chairman.Key West = English' playgoers of two countries Positl'yely < come tu you ,In flrRt OII1KS, condition. t\\ ,

him ...Mule Klsslmmo River. COPY OF THIS 1'ArEIt1r i hat the theater may be made a place'or OWNERS OF TILE CELEBRATED You also want them free of WHITK: FLY, and. you want BODY) .TO THE

II'yan.) clerk... ...Mmlison high thought as well as for equivocal BEARING.
mn and olllcen at Tallahassee Fla. i IS TO- : WALTON.Y1NTOH ROLLER HUD, and OOOD HOOTS. ; ,
lijimrtorit amusement. Knighthood extended la their fact they are Just
Our Moon have nil of these good points "tvor.ln
Tltuaville..CircuitJmi, Irvlng's Influence while he lived ,,,s good n. SCIENTIFIC METHODS OF CULTIVATION ANlJ
,) Jone8\\.. ..Pro.eoutliiK Attorney :J WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO and the honors given to his remains FEKT1L1XATION CAN MAKK: TIIKM.': They are the bo t.
ring Term-Fourth :Monday in March. will be an inspiration to actors to do ............... ....
II rerin-Fourth Monday in October. : BECOME A SUBSCRIBER. Our I'IIW. Illustrutnd Catalogue? with valuable cultural notes I III free. Won'tyou
things worthy the dignity which Irving "i '
BREVARD COUNl'Y COURT. wide lie for
...........County Judge, : living and Irving dead has placed upon JOB e I'O
Iaulden.t..Proeeouting enney Attorney. : "W. OoxmorTANOEKINK: : -, Prc>p.
itawurt' :::.::.: :: ..... ..County Clerk; : heir calling. '. KLA.
Second Monday in :May. Food Reform and Sentiment.In ,
ring miner Terra Terra--Secou I Monday In August: .. tho work of reform timeliness is i 'jt. ---'--- ----- .._- -- -'..-- --- -.. . .- _. ...- ---.---

II TermS Term-oond Second Monday Monday In November.iter in February. :NNN...NNN......NNLg everything, and the ruling high prices

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. ot meat have made the past season favorable .A.1"fn.TE: : :: I'llTI: []E][ .

Vilker, Superintendent. ,.Tltusvllla\ for the agitation of a vcgeta- 1-IIONK: ala, t.H'T: A Hl.lrtllt.lt/ IHHtf '
B, Arnold. :\"I..h..rLR.. E. ]Minis, !(t OOI
of the pocketbook t. ] )) :$
'venture; J. A. Carter Turnuull. Ian diet. The argument WIlISIUEH, WINI'H, GINS AND .

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. II') : Is often effective when all other ____ --- -. --r----------.

Conkllnir:, chairman T)Ilmaol Indianola. 1:1(1)r pleas fall. During the summer food Express Prepaid. Lamp's Beer. !'e r ?.
r, Tltuavillei John K. Cookihutt, La-; reformers, who were usually women + .. Full 4$5Bits l2tta Fal.taR' Neer, ... ... .. ..., , ........Iti: s
Women Cocoa; T. J. quertntessue. Extral'nI.. .. .. ...... .. . .. .. .. ... ....... 1111II..IN..O."y
n. .each 8 1c 1Ia'e agitated and demonstrated the .re) . OfC ALL KINDS . g'lubltye... ... .. tlHllt4Nlt71MI: ) Btandare .. .... .. .... .... ... .... .... ....... l iqbialtertra
Monday In ....
.. , .. /
first ... 4:111 7/111
dar eee one are held \ Ity. :I"" : dark. ... .... ..... . . ... ... 1111
., i .
> vegetable diet from the . .... ... 1M' .
: -.d claims of strict i J1 Jl h . . . .II I 4b /MIa uo ,rted .. ..... a 4111
claims L IlMnnogra",44" Rye .... ... .. b 7M1WwlsilmIra / / 'u.4 I 11/111/ .. "... ""."."...".",.."...
BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.enney acf I Atlantic to the Paciflc. The = ... ... .. UnssAle. pba ... .. .... ... U4M1
..... .4M1/ MMlixal/ :
a EXECUTFD. Ouhtm450,111, .... .... ...... .........U.i'vaehBrandy m
: ,Tltnsvllle;..,.....County Jndire! () :. were not all voiced in the same key Malt Whiskey .... ..... ... .11711 114NII\ /Ian 1lnt" I
Tltusrllle .P">s Att Y.lewart. . ::11II/ 4111 II / .
.anldan, Tltusvllle,;.. .....rounty Clerk, .e12; a C and it seems that the pocketbook nrgu- Apple" Ilrandy .. .. .. ..37II'/ .'. II MBDIk a., JUgs Freo Not
rrMiilnn Fait! Gallic. ...Tux Assessor Perhaps CHEVPLY, i H..II..n.lllln .. .. ... ... II"0 4:111: 7:111: Prepaid.
lUll.Tltusvllln. Tax rolleotor. ErC 0 lent was not emphasized. u..o..v..fll".. .. .. .. .. . ....a 7/1/ 11.111 11/11I/ IIII.M'I.I.I.-It ..Oln. Corn. O.d Orll.le.
lam;, \Tltnsvllle;::::;; : :;:: Treasurer.,. that was taken for granted.One : North CurnllnnCurn.. . .. ...9 7bai ab aIar 7Il .y.tal per 4lal.-ltye. Ohm. Cora. HIlIU. wins
talker' Tltusvllle.. ,...Rnlerlnteo1leut.'Ie. : ARTISTICALLY, JlI".nt.n! font ., ., .,. .3 dlfw 1l1l1l1ty.IHD..d" .
Tltusvllle... ,..County Surveyor,. E244 If argument of the vegetarians . .. It"," .... ...... .:1: MO 4W 7'tM1 .:U.b .r ORI.-Ity.. (flu. Cora, Uum. lien cilxdnrd
Town,Tllusv ills...Shnrirr ( r least-Is that they are MIIIII . .,. .1/ 711 IIII/ ) 'ero1th moony.
OHIoerTITC8V1LLK some of them at : .... ... / a full' III\/) ,
rrwu J engaged In abolishing "the wIn against nrf KIIII ot I I..utllnky Bonrlsm..a: 75/ b fat III/() Brandy, Jlh.II"11 hy All" '
TOWN COUNCIL e /III/ 310 T till rAeeortrnese
; accident ofthe Port h..rry u. Augelinu..U .4IN' per Oal.- Vleturla uy'e. Kmlal Drupe
Itolllns.mayor; Van Worley,marshal andnetton nLmaK" This was not an .(e). . allo".1, on all goods of rams prl".. "y.. 6tull/l'loallluality.. . .
clerk and treasurer|; ., all .
R. R.l'ylo. F. A. O hour for the reformers have .fie .Ie,. -- ------
Walker (
"leery nJ. L.tax Carrnther assessor.;W.J. R.It. Hranninn and ,. along allied themselves with the elements J"..IUJH; West. Adams Ht. TackMonvlllr, Fla.

rltchard, iuncilm n The council me u All _ .. . .
o< which crueltyto - - --- - -- -- ----- --
deplore ---- -- -
lQ of society i ------ --
'.>day In .each month. Q t\e OUR STOCK OF I
M. Dixon treas. "': S of the human : . STATIONARY .
.4.Robbins. Reel secretary.president; .t Meets second Wednltsht en 4 .4'r) are the inevitable corollary tbe Goub .ftd he........tf. Our.. Oold| Pruvont* IPnaumonlaf .

:; in eaolt month at their rooms. t : appetite for meat. In the long run : IS COMPLETE.YOU .__ __ ... __ _. __ _. __. __ __..__ .. _.______ n_ __'____ ____
S E'2 however, man's necessities or his supposed ARE INVITED :

USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS ... (D r'b necessities dictate the dally bill i o s: gj**" :er.: _J -cr:: **:MB V MM T Civ J? ** CC. .

'n you can buy the best Self-Lock- .' of; fare. lie eats to keep up steam toplay : TO INSPECT IT. : Sly. IUIt w. Say 8t.. JACKSONVILLE. KLA.
Tackle Blocks at nearly the same a -P., ; I Ien his part In life. Whatever diet : :
o. Now In use In the United will do that most effectively will Inthe

os Army and Navy Departments office. J"GlUe h e Er I long run get his vpte. More attention 1f i ,,
mine them at the ADVOCATE I
nsville. (-t Q ti i& : I to the preparation of vegetable EAST FULL QTSeQfpI i"

nil along the line from the ground tothe fDR

TBO-nv: CHICACMI MAXCrACTTR- h i table might demonstrate that meat I SS

hat''''IU familiar'. with o( local trustworthiness territory as and as- (/) ,Q III n superfluous article an a strength i COAST i PRVAID: 2 4/v-

..hrauun ofllre. Salary$16aolMeek. illder. That proved either meat orIlgh -

rmanoiu I'rvvlons position.experience. No not investment e ...ntl..1. re-tog i O'i! prices will have to go. I iI : X 'A'P* /

tnagcr. Address Jlranohes, Como 1lookrbteagn.Pmmr'e -------- i ADVOCATE t 09Slifeip

Judging from th*, frequency of assaults .

"f'S f :( !
,-, :s.s i the notion that our Latin-American j I 'e f \ c '- -- sffiB ;

; .Mme aee.lu year.are ear.Mst Men tecoma.rwnt in eUa > neighbors are getting restless under I Itlietr : .4..+N.. ..N.N.4.4 '
S'cgQ In
their ae.eky.ment-Wlf a seaterser the growing influence of foreigners I

) rt.ert tor to all ntrrth an UM,11na b.IW g-o ;' a affairs. The latter day prosperity 'SBW.
- -
rmsnl - -
In -- -
sows are and.p. Jnllaa vez.tahla ...d., o. >4 of all South America bas been augmented - -- -- - -
1505 se.l Aaeel free.D. .. ('.t Co
by the Investment nf foreign I '
M.FERRT&Co.. < G h
1 Detroit, (1):1 N capital I and la Mexico more especial- e1i'nd r i !

gr, Mmah. .2.& r Iy United States capital baa been
In railroads and
0 9 I Iy expended free-I $ 1DANK P ld. MotMTakw I
1 dustrjea.: .' Jealousy I
K DNEYCURE be 1 at the bottom of the) racial Board Coal.Writs Quick i irEOf0IMAUISAM Agents forth I-ab t Browlna Cu. ,
'otE which ends In frequent outrages. "BUMS EDCOLLEDEMacosCa \
D tlaka 1:1&ICY sad DI.ddol' Rlgbt



'; ,," ,

''\ );\ _

I :M. BROWN, Vlce-pfllto,

4BAST : .hl r.

COAST llnh }

unquestionably as K II l ,
FBIDAT.Mitored There are J tt ""
PUBLISHED VKBT for Duet-ess \
opportunities ,
many |" ) .
at Tltnavllle. Florida, an there have been T.....
at the Poatofllce now, the same
aa Mcond-clnM. matter. sinre the creation of the world, but John TntnM' \ capital. $ 00
searched W A fJ capital. - $25]
mbllnherAWIBKLV now as ever, they m
Editor *
CHABLM H. WALTON, obstacles deposits $200]
for. Everyone encounters I I
JODB9AI DBTOT D TO TAI D TW.OPMEKT .. but it should be borne In John' '

Or TUB IHDIA BITCH, LAAR. mind that failures\ are intended to .Tutu : a General Ban
WOHTH AND BIROAT5B BATCBCTIOM* stepping stones to success. '
serve as
be made per Mint successful men have been J. I Business
Dlncimtlnuarne or a office or by writing.; "broke," have met failures, have l
Bally at this ; ;
been discouraged, and have thought 'I and Oldest Bank on this:

Check,etc., may be m. ,
W.U.TolI.pnbliohor. that "life la not worth living," yet ( COlIn trle.

U'In writing to limo AnvorATB' for information their perseverance and determination and C' u' ; ; appreciated. Pronip, via.. |
kind.thewrlterwlll o"hlC'l byencloea- aroused their latent power 1 and every favor connlx .,,I
01 \IIY
lag* tainpnil-aililreaaed I envelope.OFFICE helped them to turn adverse( condition i banking gramm
1 hose who linK
----- account.
-- good
tlOMTO"' -Tlie) .branch. lloxton nnfTlIK \" I manfully and keep up meet Trust Company, Ke\v "tt.
2 4
+ la at struggle
AnV( rA \
street. mold' K:*l"T In COAI1T charge of Mr. Carl I'. Jttpllowa.who for this. their courage will not die without 2:30\ I and Tenet Co., J.ickt v i ffi,
will. make buying achieved! a measure of IUC.
paimr.A4rtrei :
cess befitting their Intelligence - .
all oommanlnatlnfatOEAST
COAST ADVOCATE and talents. IV !:i.
:: .
1'rirn13eoch .)

CT. 8. I)ei rtment of Agriculture carnivnl rilE will, as on the last occasion Uv :: :: .. S :TS/LI:: T

Weather Iliireau-.Jni>Itor, Flu. bt a success, for some of \ ) ; : >*, and A Locksmith f 8PEC1ALT Snpplh

the fastest, most unique and queerly Tiunksand Valise Irlll.

The followl njt III a comparative statement constructed motorboats ever seen I { ) ] : /: Fla.

I temperature andralnfallfortheweek afloat will be entered! in this contest Mean '! ,
ending Tuesday Jao. :I, 10011.(! : ;
: built :
been especially
-1005- -190-1( they having
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX:: MIN. for this event. Many of the lI1( ; COMPi!:

:3 70) 72 M; automobile enthusiasts who will ;

4 KOa: 71 IHm.: have machines entered In the Or- :! ;
r 57 53:J fill .14fir ivonJ-Daytonu racing events, will ' \ Lime Cement
(WI; Sl 71It ,
fJ <* ,
7 7.1: r.1I ( -in/: also enter motorboats In the Palm Least ,

Y 7;; 118 (il ..10Total Beach[ carnival. The parade! of 1

II 72: ou 70 u Jecorated boats will be grander ; Brick
rainfall for the week: .44 soale than \ Sidewalk ..",
ind outs more
normal rainfall for the
week Departure:: minim .4.2: Inches. Departurefrom last year, and Sir Thos. It. Dewar \ < Telephones J(,

normal rainfall since January 1, 1\1.1'., London, has cabled to his !
minim .01 Inchon.. Sew York representative that head P. ; [ } Manager.

HAL. I'. IlAiinmr, Obllerveri h shipped a challenge:; shield for and morn

competition by the fast motorboats bor in the Bit,
I and Seed House
i TilE orange proven in the neighborhood kt the Palm Beach second annul oord. (| .

of Tituaville, are now In rarnival. The trrphy is said to belie ) ; !.

excellent shape, and arc a lovely handsomest ever given; In this |' :: .: cSzj: C

eight-especially where all the (ountry. Senator:: W. J. Morgan, ; .

! oranges have, not been shipped. of New York, is proving a pro- '
in connection \ \ GARDEN SEEDS,
motor of great ability,
1 THE coming automobile races on with the above coming races' 'j; : ; \ : ''t'' :: (: I ; J

3, 1 the Ormond-Daytona beach will be at Ormond and( Palm Beach. ( and Fertiliz

the finest in the history of Florid) : )] l ( ( JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Thousands of people will be pre Do NOT let everyone fall over '
ent to witness these exciting race each cither In their eagerness I to 111 ::::i A. L. K'y. and A. C. I.
., clean up their yards and sidewalks tho : - --

> Self-Locking Bloc ThroW' all your refuse and paper .ml
THE!: Walton
into the ash barrel, and save being|
Co., of Hogtnn arc now plilppln the Baker
summoned before Mayor
thousands of their patent block .
clonnliness. Of
all over the United States. All! Nothing like

who use them say they will buy no course, most people know there i 18. ; l I \' Florida,

other block but the "Walton Self an ordinance against throwing Iy
trash the streets of-
Locking Block. wood r"1"1"1'

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A FUNDAMENTAL fact which persons CREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL Wagon Mater;

who have articles to sell or I BOARDThe

services to render cannot ignore i I \ .

that this is a time of sharp competition Hoard mot at 2:110:: p. mil., Jan. 1st, If Etc. Etc.

in which there is a tre- 10111.! Present: R. E. Mints, chairman; one

rnendouu effort of enterprising met E. U. Arnold, A. J. Cutter, and J. R. one

to Increase their share of business Walker secretary ::: : :: : 5"1"" .A..DL

Inevitably the business man who The tii I nut OB of the List regular mooting .

shall not keep liU estftbllalimem were read and adopted. SADDLE nor.

before the people shall be forgot I Treiuturtu'B report for the month

ten. As long as there shall be men of Dec. wan presented, road and found BUGGIES,
All ; :
who ndyertlse constantly! and loudly : correct, and the redeemed warrants cancelled .
nobody will charge his mind will and flied

remembering those who do not ad.vertise financial Statement. i and TURNOUT'

To Hun. A. A, Stewart,Clerk of Circuit Court
__________ /
with Section 3, Clmptur
Hir-In imtpllanoe\ .all kinds
: : :
mile with
4:W, I.HWH of Florida, we hereby you
LIKE all preceding years, this Ole following, Itonilned atuteinent' of all nionevimcelveil
n|>|iroprlatl<>na nmilo, and wurruntsInmioil
year finds the Ki I st Coast of Florida for the mouth ending Jan. 1, lOOtI. I .

prepared to greet tho tourisi WnrnmtH. outntJicKlluit at last r.I"'it- lOll. OfficeFI.06
Lnuulyechdolfnud. .. .... fll.1I4' 711l4IOCI..1 ,
i in true Florida style. There is a ii tax a uhuul1)1.5.. No. 1, -3 8S fil,647 61

great deal of elegance promised in Warrant l Issued. at this meeting-
County linlliMil fund. ... $ 1.0VJ 75S
what has been done for the winter
i ;>wlul tax HchiMil:1 Ulnt. No. 1. 1,1X10: CDli -
tourist during the dull months ; but,, a .. -1/111/ (0'.1.011II-00 !'

more than that the natural advantages TotalWarrant .......... ........ .... B5,7LJUI'
1'1.1| In Uno.UKI5- f
of thle const have been taken (:uunty.choulfIllet.. .. .... .. A 3NfIDt".311.: CQ

I advantage of to a greater extent i2
than they have ever been utilized .
Total imtHtanillni an follows
in the The Indian River !' !' i <
? past. County .Ki-lmol t nnil. ..3 T,3iU daBpeflul t '
country is getting a big share of tax. ...uhllllilol.t. N.' I. I.OJ4 41
.. "II. i mi fa.ai; ) 72

tourlsta.a Tottil oiiKh on band... ........ . ,- 107 74DolloltlnLands ,
.' ) '
LV ) '
TUG Pure Food and Industrial Cash llnlnnuos. Ar Nn :

Exposition, at Jacksonville, is open. COluty"KI fund :
In tho of between lour Itivl. rash i>ii hand nt halt, report \iR (14 ;
presence lUiuttlvvil l>uo. 9X15' 3wi' 311
and five thousand! people the scene Total . JIIU: -47: I.v ''" | : :
brilliantly lighted! by hnndrcda .o.8 warrant. paid, in rum. 1016 aiii-1111 } 63iiuehd Ar Iv Ki(> i .
M'liool Hint. No. Iiwli -
D tax : Ar
hundreds of incandescent
upon (' mi hand at hat report ...$ H i*% .
lights, the Manufacturers' Pure lewd In le. Lisa... -4010 I' BO inSo \ Our Patients$
Food and Industrial Exposition pitymontB. : '
. M ecUl tux...IIIKJII'I"t. No. 2"unli f.v ,
was formally opened to the public on (mini at lint report....9 SI 17 Ar ( !' !:! Out False Hopes .
last week, with addresses! !! by Gov. v> rocu'ipn or I'aymimta I.v : .. anil Vnrlotirele. wttberl I .
Ar f ( '01."
If. crnor Hroward, :Slayor George M. I Total dull im Imml.... 107 74Itemlauit For
Nolan, and the pressing of the key, Rocoli' no.n.timnlantbutpermi.n.
i U. H. .. orgauleed.ndertb
1 that set the big affair in motion, by ,, COllnt.cl".1 f'un President Theodore Koosevelt. "anil on hen, ,lathsereI.r e .... 2.101 O. II ( J).. N'. K. Kl aa. time founiwr'... ..
!! |{ o'tl K W tall iinlla I'Min .... 11)l' < ) nHii1r.luiBp.iclallat, belotf<* )
Thousands of people have visited! tax 1-KI5. .. 1UI Ot ( I I .and.urcaua.
..... 17.1 07 or rbroula diseases( !. UDourpol'
it since the opening dllaet week. |MIII |>W5..... 1Ii', Indies clentrlcal Igenri.... "
J It Walker ale of upl'i- M 7i) JJJJ: 4jtpevlal F. M. : : : > a I the BHlvanlu, faradln MV
-- ....rays. la tacS.' every
tax auh'w11)1,5 No. 1C..h pn.> on hand nt lust report" S \0 RS we employ nn.e bat lie' (**
interest is '"
GREAT !! always manifested J"'
Ito,1; K W Hull t.,:Mo 1't III ..nU. r.'unUrly qunltlled gr'
In the opening; dates of the .. ,. .. .. ..... lae 111104 In ob.r,.,". patleou er.
-- nivae to arcure
I great hostelries of the Kist: Coast Ipeulal tax ...h"oll..t.. No.9. ,..".. llnrauiremre-Mi'
(rah on herd, at hat report ..,.$ III 11 I lor lreetm.ul.eersge from..*."
Hotel System by the people of the (ixi'it Cninp, Ux HHIJ. --011' iii 17Toted \ = ; \ :::;;r: 3 time.: < ") and we give tba '

East: Coa t. Attendant upon the =$ 440 63Irentlard { : waucee;.fnllytro.t..A. flT'::'
opening are the festivities and the ) .. dee cur.troubles, ]tiwaniiiii l'.
business of the year. These pn., Kxpenillturefl'ounty .: .. LO...., ....... and nil *'r''.'
( School FunilTaaulivri rn.D6 tmubUa. C'utitrrb or-
latlal hotels bring the Ki: \8t Coast naliirlu. ..-.... .. ?. Him On v DUa 9fl of aye and f
of Florida in touch with the rang' nrting '" .. 70 All :: : :: ; l ..n. mob u pjupIin-O's10.I
out- .
.1 I It walker salary. mabt for Pea.$ ,::11 Oui. !{: : :: :: ;::h I'H or ko itllrtod.*. side world. Every: resort is en. K. MiuiH, per. diem, inllui;* 0 oil : blank for homo 'r r.m.u..
; Carter: lilli'
livened by wealth and fashion rep. t:. B. A rnnt.! 0 !211 !: :- : Al>*ICJS7FRKE --
.I"hn Henry min for pub U i>n :" (pray a""nf sa'
State in the
resenting every Unlo.n, 10 State Hunk,Intercut. lit 01 l l ; I ...\r..'" ..rr'.
and the more advanced! foreign I.r ii>A.r AnvwAra prlntinit -
I.UIHI M iHtter hpail .... 971kiMie :
nations. H; you want a good time Otlbort,janitor, .. No. Itl... BOO .--
this winter come to the East: COt! U F linrnn. No. 8 8 00
WI..H|s.t '0, work $1 2S .. 1.1: 73
and if you are a hunter do not n R Kyle. aup plies! b' ). 151 TO THE ADVOGI]
N...It ,7Vt. Sin t ,9W), N.. 100. 4 Itt
fall lltusville
to stop over at one nierlrin Book Co. free b.mka.. 8 "Hit
liii I .f the finest hunting spots! in I.X( W. B Urea tv, ."1'1'"".... 4 M
. .
,,, Florida. .' I.iyregtraae" andhouewaeim :s DO

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'................................................. Mims. Rockledge. .

EAST COAST USTETVVS. .:: R. A. Bobbitt was recently In Minis L. F. Puttee visited.Tltusvllle on Tues FIRE INSUR'ANCE I

visiting; friends.
******************** : day.The Misses Ilnrdee: a delightfulcard 1
11[, T. Junes has nearly finished grindIng gave
sugar cano. party on Monday evening

|Newsy Notes Conti-ibuted. bv Ou Regular : "". A. Green left on Monday, for Miami A. L. Averlll and D. P..Holmes took a ,
on a business trip. largo party vf friends to Oconnua onMonday. the best protection possible at the ,
CoX'ps of East Coa t Coi-re:-pondents. .
O. Nolle has purchashsd the J. X.

. _ . _ __ . _ __t Edmund Day has to Oak Hill I to
............................... ............-............ Thompson crop of oranges. attend to the shipping gone of his large C1'OP .

P, W. Roberta bas been spraying his of oranges. .

please sond all communications Eau Gallie. orange grove tbo past week. Mr. Uardo and family\ of llartfon.

items for publication to "Editor, The ADVOCATE'Is" gettlngriulte a nun: Conn., are located at A. D. llaldwin
ber of subscribers' In this section.
for the
LATE, Tltusvllle, Fil season
Miss Nora Coward Ix visiting Miss\ MJ xv-err ,
------ of
BAit\u ( HOOm\O -1'1I\A"'IAN AND Bun- II K. Shares, the propilotor < t
We cannot guuriiiuie to l'ubllib 6aul.I.It: r.niHu.. )'lo fht.Shellint . title Taylor' Shiloh: fur a few lays. Hotel Plaza, has been ou n trip to lJ:1Y'; ., ,
I that do not reach this, ofilce! before W. W. Italian: Is entertaining, for a tofu and other )points.
: mil. sheets Is still being pro
Ron Thursdays. ceedud with. tow "weeks a cousin front Atlanta, tin. Judge VanDuman, of Del.iwaro\ arc) -

Chits. Giddenfl. of Allant-it, Ga, I III od, here last week, nnd Mis V and hor

Kill\ respondents oblige us bj Tuesday An old Inst.f.kulilinied Xorthci set' In 00 stopping for a while with J. %. Kyzer. : daughter arrival on We.Jnollday.ImproYelnentll .

* the names of people an g W H. II. (J'oiiBnu! Is about after
Iit.lo) \ Kookledge. Dr. Hughlott has ol'enClI t
? the residence of Mrs. C. S. Ltullout I
- ) as possible quite a spell( of illtu-HS. week, his pharmacy hero for the season. (

Cooler wentlitr on Tuendny last Proprietor J. V. Jordan of Hotel In. )
O. W. Clifton, of Aurant la, has begin '
Melbourne. Warmer next day'(Wednesday). to deliver fresh Hah, each Saturday, 1 lu diau River, was iu Tiiaisvlllo last Satu .

Miss Susie Carter of Melbourne is the our village./ ''day. attending to souse law business. RATES .
guest of Lucia I'criy this week. Walter Hawkins of Jacksonville, bl\lI Misses Ilallio Covington and EIII her

\RI> W. OOODK. ,,1 Estate, Notarjiio Mr. and Mrs E. S. Randall, of Boston, bought the orange crop of L. U. Ollvei (hen halt, after upending Christmas weok
and Conveyancer. Aneuc for .Ktn are now at the Liieakera, Palm Beach: ,, at Minis and LaUrango. with Miss Strut Douglas returned to -
ii'pool and l.mu\onalldGloueallel Hartfo,1 Fta. Jacksonville\ on .Sunday.:
I iMiiranoa Companion. Special attontioi !Miss\ Flossie Taylor returned, on Moc in t
I to the lucereHts ot nun*residents. Cards are out for a d.ineo at McMI: day, from her holidays spent In St. Aug, Hugh Blair, a prominent contractor,

_._--- Inns Hall, at the Ion, for Friday of this UHtine and Cocoa. of New haven, Oonn., arrived hero on LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES.
-1 Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE wjek. Friday, and Is visiting his preotll.1': \ .
link of the East Coast, will" bLed < !Mr. Robinson, of St. Augustine/ is fit and Mrs. C. W. Itl.tkeslee.
paper liev. Millldge Walker and wife wore the hotel, !Mime, prospecting/ for a loon'
at the Melbourne Postofflce.il bl\.for. of N. Y. Is back lit :: G.7V..8..L'I'O: ...
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Hod),- lion to plant; nn orange grove. Judge ::EEeO
son ou Sunday IlIlIt.I his old place, the New liocklcdge, Lhlll
>, C. Irwin and wife have gono 01it W, J. Duncan expects to finish the winter. 1'hls Is the Judgo's Hevuutli soil Successor to Morgan & Walton)
visit to Miami and Cuba. I Mr. and Mrs, Winter and family have shipping of the Oood.il orange crop nex son here. He Is oue of our beat llsliei TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA
sailed for the South, probably Miami: I In week and upend the remainder of the men ,
\. Conover a pleasant young gentle' the houseboat Turtle winter at Uockledge. -
1 Is a guest; of the Eaton cottage. Horn, on Jan. 2nd to Mr and I MnW. .
A pleasant social dance In the 1Icl1lIan : A. M. Terwilllgar\ : Is foitlllzing Rnd O. Ludlow, of East Orange N. J., II.11b. .
Is. Thomas Meehan and sister, MrsTr hall,at the Inn, on Saturday last,, working Ills line orange/ grove So: far, boy Mrw Ludlow was turmoil TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT y'II
ot Philadelphia, Pa., are again was much enjoyed by those present. wo have not had a frost, and the orang known an Miss Abhle ilartwellelaugl -

,.settled Mrs. Meebau'enewhomtwest grocers look for a Urge crop next fall.P. ter of E. A. H.ntwcll. I .
end of town. Capt. Ceo. Rueklit, an expects to leave
> I for the southern portion of the East L. Kyzer has sold ono of his horse The flebin/lst'a..on/ has fairly oponoi Send your money by Post Of- .1.
i. A. Tldball and wife, of Knnsai Coast this week in his new houseboat. to J. V. .Jordan lessee and manager/ or at this paradise for lovers of the piece ,
Mo., are In the Sammis cottage Hotel Indian River, Kockledge./ Th,,, tonal art. bltmnoiis, and UillUtli brougli fico Order, Express Money Order -

Mr. L. A. Wood, other members of: Capt. Clemson, of Taunton, MIIRS., III ADVOCATK: hnd n little to say In the sale In four line trout on h'ntl:1Y Your
will arrive soon. and his I 1'1'lncess forty sea Draft on New York ; ,
roily \ expected bboitly, yawl ,, of this horse.IoetOrs of this week In half a day's fishing, th! "

i. J,. Mlday and daughter Miss also the motor launch will be put I In ,I --- being the banner strike up to dun, Personal Chock or If Currency, ,

.a, ni rived last Friday, and are now order for his al rlvlli. II I Could Not hells tier, Other !guests of the Mow 1 Cock Icdg,,:; '!

settled In the pretty Mlday cot The Cadets arrived on Sunday eve last, "I had kidney. tunable for yours," hotel ate blinking In good catches e t'ry by Registered Mall Upon re- t ,. ..
"n :StrawbrIdge a ouue. on a special 1 train. Eau Oullie lias sur. mall .
of Shelton will
writes Mrs. Havraond Conner, dayThe celpt of deposit we you ,
E. M. Pudlefoid wife, promt. rendered already, and nothing is too Wash "and the Dr. could not help| AKVOCATE can bo stets at all Ihe :
people Washington, D. C., who /good for the boys. me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure, alii hotels and good bueti ding! houses alou a pass-book with your name ,' y

d last week and stopped at Hotel A large black bear skin U being shown the very first dose gave mo relief and I the Kant Coawt-from Jacksonville to and tho amount of deposit ';;
ton for a few days, weie on their at Hodgson's store. It was killed bMessis. I am now cured. I cannot; say too mud Key West, ns well us at IIIOHC of the IKtelx your

|to Miami but we look for them tc Futch and Livingston! on the for Foloy's! Kidney Cine." It; makes tho throughout the state-am! that I III ontered tit ereln.

i Melbourne a longer visit; on their peninsula! near Ocean us.Mis. diseased kidneys sound so they will elini ono reason why tlio, ADVOCATK: Is so en .
a trip. I mile tho poisons from the blood. Inlets oellent an advertising. medium. Evtll'Y -
Powell Is now convalescent, anti do this health Is [ bens titeuaet
they good linpusHlbUSold hotel and good boarding! along
is. Paine Harrington,of Chicago,111.,. line n dear little boy to comfort her, by the Ked Cross Pharmacy.Merritt. I should lldvuilUe In I the abov o
.,d here Monday evening, much ti Mr. Powell Is the picture of happiness,

alight oflr.. llaiilnuton, who ar- and Grandpa :Shave Is smiling all over. newsy paper------ -- -- The First National Bank
here some time ago They will\ .
1 the winter in the pretty new The Cadets from the Kentucky Military Torturo of a 1'roaclior. ;'

s cottage on the bluff where they Intitule, now at Sarno, marched throng The story of thus torture of Rev O 11Mnoio .
>e Joined later by some filends fromis. our to\ii on Monday last, headed by A. F. Young & Co., have bought MrN'evins' i pastor (if the lltptlst church, of Miami: F o._
their line band, much to the delight of oraugen. will Interest ,
X. Y. +
Harporsvllle you
our winter guests and citizens. Thesyoung Pays 4 P01001'11;. QJJ. Sa"'tT1.J:1KS t : :
and Mrs. John P. Burn and little gentlemen have already taken the Mrs. Otto Cross and child arrived at He says: "II1I1I\'ore.llInnl"lI, because 'J;

also Mr. Hum's mother, bavo again town by storm. their winter home !Monday a persistent cough, tesultlng/ from tie" CO.MI'OUNDKD):\) QUA R'I'EItf.Y'I
to spend ther grip.' I bad to sleep) sitting up In bud
from Philadelphia
Melbourne home, Some of the Eau Oallle boys are pro Mr Crouch, who is having a oottng tried many remedies, without reliol i
in their SURPLUS
built Is In town supeilnlendtng the CAPITAL 50000. $10,000.
unrled by stately palms and. orange poking/ to get Kakl suits, should they be now until I took li. King's! New Discover
with fruit what delightful, able to procure thoilghcklnd of buttons work for Consumption\ Coughs: and Cwldi: ..,
golden ; /
<_'0 from the North In January The letters K. M. I., are absolutely necessary The hotel launch Is. now making: \\tit which entirely cured my cough Itnll Fire-proof Vault. Burglar-proof time-lock
If they wish to hold their own for teguUr! trips from Meirltt to Cocoa: am saved me from consumption. A grain
pat Alex J. Goode Is putting an the next month or two. They hope this nockletl o.'l'bomall. cute for diseased conditions of 'l'hrolltand steel chest. Fully Insured against r-\\i

0 In his launch Leasy and expects will be considered fair by the military Lungs. At the Ked Cross Thai fire and burglars. Every officer r
to leave for Ilobe :Sound, where he boys. Nevins had a party of friend macy; puce !oo"an.1 (1.00 guaranteed :

pond the next; three months. Mr out In his launch :Sunday for a pleasitn Trl.il bottlo free. and employeis I''
visit the north end of town will
A to
a has just finished building a neat ride on the river t'

boat tor John Ferguson for use at the well repay the visitors works and In Eau the Uallie beauti-! Mrs Duff, of Marion, 0". arrived !Monday Fort Pierce. bonded. ','
and for Mr. Nole, to be Turpentine
ailuton, one spend the winter with her brother
and that of( ful place owued by Mrs. S. K. Harbour, ..J';
for his own pleasure ,
lends who love fishing. Walden cottage. Mrs. Barbour has the In-lnw, Mr. Thomas WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS-LARGE OR SMALL.

only sea wall in Eau Gallie, and a walk Mr. Dardonville, wife and mother Mr Ilftmor, of Ankon.i was a pleusan I
the latest Arrivals, charming visitor In town Monday.Mr. . ___.__ f
long along/ this great Improvement (by per : were the /guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin

.; ladles In Melbourne, we note mission), Is 'well worth a visit. Mrs lit the River View Sunday. C'lyatt, Jr., has accepted a position Agents Agents ,

Jladys Welle..of Washington. D. C., Barbour is now enjoying her Southern Thomas Nevlnn. wife and son Frank In I'. 1*. Cobb's store. Do Moov RONALD & FISKE, 'rheStien.lard:
i':mmaKnightepangler, MerchanUX home, and has Mrs. Krloud as her guest 2CycloEngine 4CycloEngine/ "
J., Miss Grace Adele Youug, for[ the winter Keauon. of Brooklyn, N. Y.. and Mr. and !Mrs. W. J. .Nesbltt went to Jacksonville l.i; to II II. I'. COCOA KLOIUDA. n: to aw; )(. I'.
> of New York, and Mr. Dar- I'etllil 1 ,
Etstown, 0., Misses Emma and Ma- Dftrdonvllle Monday' to attend the meeting of .. '
Miday, Canton 0., Miss busle Car- Mr. and! Mrs. E. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. ilonvlllo's mother, of Fishers Eddy N, dealers. -- --- \.

haron, Pa., Misses Ida and Helen Louis Hhulr: Mrs. Catherine Near and Y., airlved Thursday to spend the winter., the :J.WA.rl.XN'JI: : :mN'G-XN'm SUPPLXES": M :
to note r
\Veai reported '
"I, Waukegan III Mitts Agnes Mls Leah Decker arrived on Indian!: very pleased --XIardvvaro-- r,
cold ho I awe '
wave gave us go-by, ;
11, and the Misses Amy, Menta, River, Saturday last: Mrs. Near and the IMratlnfr l''olojN Honey aii use of Pneumonia on Record welcome to Mrs. Near and Miss tlie; genuine. Ask for Foloy's honey church last Sunday mornlnj; -Wrlto for Catalogue/ l''
do not know of a single instance hearty tail Tar and refuse any substitute orTerml and evening ( .ilto a number were In '
tin .
a cough/ or cold resulted In pneu- all no other preparation will give attendaiico. \
Kali! for the Kentucky It Is mildly laxative, .
1 or consumption when Foley'sv Rah I Rah I inmo satisfaction. Powers had the misfortune. to be -- - -- -- - ------ --V

and Tar had been taken. Itcures Military Institute a liner body of the [[t contains nn opiates and Is safest tot thrown,Capt. rout I his horse the other day KENTUCKY STUDENTS Furious 1,1lJlhtlnJr.
do not senators and. leading men of thel lilldron and tlellc'1teerHollIl' \ Sold hjike
IS and colds perfectly so future ; '
Is ,
toethers. \Kla,, and broke two or three ribs. lie getting ARRIVE. For Severn wrItes Oeo. W.i .
hanges with some unknown prep- several states could. not be gotten lied Cross Pharmacy Tlttiivllle\ r yearn "
One hour after the .arrival of along nicely. tollman i of Harper, Wash., "I had a
which contain opiates, -------- -
n may ;
cause constipation a condition that Lbe boys at barno on Sunday night: Miss Clara Kchraedor, of New Loudon, The coming of the Kentucky Military bitter battle with chronic stomach and.

1 recovery from a cold. Ask for every thing was In order and the cadets Ueorglana. ([;onu, arrived last week to upend th, Instttue of Lyndon Iy., has, on several liver trouble, but at last I won, and I cured t,
II Honey and Tar and refuse any had bad their supper, and the Institute balance of the winter, with her friends, occasion been chronicled In tho column my diseases, by the use. of Kloctrlo; Hit '

lute ottered. Sold bv the Red band was phasing on the parade ground Mr. and Mrs. Keod. of the ADVOCATE causing much Interest ters. I unhesitatingly recommend them k'
could Miss Wlttfeld was visiting Mistlatlle to all, mid don't Intend In the future to
Sam's regulars Mary
if Uncle
Tltusvllle Fla. IVo, doubt Indian Klver. In
Pharmacy Itev. Van Antwerp has been Indisposed among the resident of
hitch and not a hasty liower Monday afternoon. be without them In the house. Theyare
boat this, not a at tho Tyler residence, for the our last H'rtd.iy'\ Inane we made the announcement M
the Colonel In com- \> cflrtslnlo a wonderful medicine, to
Job l>rliitlng.lot xclamation down to from the smallest cadet In th nand tailing on Mrs. Handy and Miss W.lghtMooday would arrive at Tltimvlllo on Sunday
Iio I I.* gradually Improving. Mold, under guarantee to do the same for
forgot the fact that at the Al>- ____ afternoon. returned Monday afternoon; but as It did not arrive until you by the Ked Cross 1'hiirniacy at SOo) R Ra

K office, Titusvllle we do Job E. M, Hughes/ and daughter, Miss Tim Kev TompkUj direct there from upper time ((11:10: p. m ), there were nota bottle. Try them today.TITUSVILLE'S .
From Stuart going
cheaply and of all kinds done at great many residents\ at the station to
ig of all kinds, neatly, FOB PRINTING Minnie out driving with JV.. had been _
were where he and his wife -- - -- -- --- -- -
Tampa, welcome Indian
Notelieadg, give the boy a hearty
itlously.I Letterheads this oflico, at reasonable rates. Give iruner, Sunday afternoon they went as pending their Christmas vacation. TRAINS. f
ids, Envelopes Tags and all other Wittfelds. Klver.The.
us a share of your work. far as Dr. The Four PlcUert Co., has been here. special train, when It arrived nt

Dr. Wittfeld's wife Is suffering a great ilnoe .Sunday, and for the last few nights Tltimvllle\ con llltel, of three coacher -
- -- --- ; sal with rbeumallsm. A hot bath In have been playing; ti> crowded houses and three baggage car*. On board were The following are the times of arrival
................. river water seems to be the only cadet all la uniform\ In command and of train to and
.... .......................... : I he salty her icllcf. It: I I.* a very nice and. must Interesting about 140 Fowler departure passenger/
Churl Weidoy
lung that gives any Ittle theatrical troupu. of Colonel from Tltnsvlllo: p

office .. I Mockerldge of Dover X. J. ---- -.- superintendent of the Institute; ales .OOTIIHODXDL Wit
Mr. Stewart of our Melbourne .,. Arthur / several colored, servants Col. Fowler. r'
here enjoying a two week vacation, r .TltimTl1l for Miami( and I thin a ropm I
i I
: Iu .1\11\41 ChaNco twelve with him.
i is creating our for the first time in IS' years. He went also had a faculty Intermediate point at ) 2ts,
dozen rush In mad chase after hluringtheir abort top at Tltimvlllo the ft 7
:: hunting Saturday and got two Millions MORrilllOCyD.
... couple of
fJ) ..... . .. fine ducks.J. lealtb, from ODe extreme of faddlsm to Institute' tune band played it Iaar.TltisIilefordwekeanrlll. I atlM. aruV
mother, when If they would only eat popular airs; the conductor called 'All andluterm.d/at.putot.at. J :IUM pus
DEPARTMENT.c W. Bruner, of this' place, has Just [;nod food, and keep their bowels! regii'\ aboard;. Colonel Fowl..r l said, "(luod by .. TltnuTlllo. fur Hauforil . Tint, am
L FURNITURE ttK celved the sad news announcelng the lar with Dr. King', New Life Pills\ their -como and visit u*." to the ADVOCATE: irrlvmTltiuvlll' Banfnr.t ':11II pm

.. ... ____ .__" _, __ .M -K41. death of \his only ..", n. Arthur which <>o- roubles would' \ nil pan away. Promptollf editor, and on sped Lisa special train for
41tc tcH. tired at Soda Springs, Idaho, December and quick ours for liver and stoma Eau Oallle. where the Kentucky Military
wants of the people, and he :HXL :.!:!, IIK),">, all the result of pueurnouU. Mite trouble. 2ftn at the Red Cross I'har- Institute will make their headquarter WALTON 8KLP.LOCKINO ,
to meet the genuine for the next: three month, The cadet 1 Patented all countile Only tackle

claims to have the most complete line of XLf: Monday a merry party from Coquina nicy ; guarantfed.Malabar.: and their otllcer area bmly of 11ne-look block of the kind In the world FIt- /
now a. beach at (Oceunu air, teal
weot to the ing follow, and ""v* hope they ..Wilke
ted with the AV'alton-Vlnton Roller
Averlll Mr. and Mrs. Ctrahaia, ;Mr.
)Irs. Eau Oallle well enough' to return every
the river and Mrs. Holmes and Mr. Mockerldgn, Bearer. Useful In any place where
on winter
house Furnishings ever Been aD.I several others whose names Wit did A* previously announced to the At>vo* hoisting I Is done With them block

** not learn. They crossed Banana River CATS the Idea\ of m.tklnir the headquar one man can do the work of two.
III i A. B. Carter launch, and as the Orange buyers\ have been In our town Military Instituteat
tors of the Kentucky
Angle Lamps ? all that could be desired, Thousand sold in the north. Call
You have heard of -* "eatlier gas Uely. Eau Oallle, for flue winter, originatedwith
.. tie, was thorouxbly enjoyed by all. and Stilt them la walking order at this
trip Horn at the home of C. A. Doltnn a Colonel Fowler, who iw the ad.

Write Ut :Hf Monday wail such a beautiful day the laby boy. Mother and child l are doingrelf. vantage\ of bringing the cadet to a ofilce\ or the store of Jan. Pritchard ifc

Some people call them Angel Lamps. fK ladle. were out calling and enjoying the more genial climate-hence, through the Son Tltimvllle.denning.
11'. 1'addlnon" and
I assistance of Mr. Gee< -------
I the on Mr. Rockefeller.FEE floe weather. Mrs. McFarland and entered 1 the home of D. K.
I and we will tell you Joke Tramp Mr. Wra. A. Warnock Hotel du Ml and
.. Auntie Ilnfrhe worecallingon\ !Mesdames Indall and dole 410, a poeket knife all thoroughly furnished, were 81141 l.re"81115r.
cottage, "
ruuf-r, flail I'eachey and Handy. andis. and a piece of bacon.It 1"
for the Institute.
W i Hal and daughter. Miss Eva, and secured r
COMPANY Tin-: work done up-to-date. Call and I
& STEWART baby Ednt were calling on Mrs. Simoon. 'I Tins been rumored that 1>. K. All

Uncle Hughie says U l Is a sure d,11, ha" old a piece of land to a party FOR ALL KINDS or JOB PRINTING tee me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor "i ry

Melbourne and Fort PIerce slltn of a storm to see so many of the fair ..hois gulag to put K) awarm of bee remember the ADVOCATK office. heather Shop, on Washington avenue. I Ii s
In one day.
out railing
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Morel Adjunct of e Regiment la ...
Outcome In ..r.o lre7MUlo Urltl>h Arm,..

iHip .r..t'.a organizationsthe 111 I
W0 can all remember low a few United States: may be 'nterelltel1 q i ; AFtOyf

years ago n craze for bjdrocyanlc glill In a new variety of military hanl1 Watch this space for the new.time-table,
fumigation! passed over the country. 1 1 It which Is now a regular adjunct of thot L

wits cluluieil thnt this deadly/ gnu wool) First Host Surrey regiment of the On January 9th the winter tourist

destroy the srnlo on nursery Htoc Britten army nnrt which other martial C

Without Injuring the trees nnd tom" bodies in this country are planning to Spky tw schedule will be inaugurated ,

states! passed law compelling/ nursery a London cable dispatchthe to
copy says
ram: to fumlK'iti! In California tl.llt Buffalo Express. d with four trains daily

gas was Uffl'tl11/ orchard work t"l1tllbdng This band which was formed only': fT
r thrown over' the tree and tin recently Is compoHed entirely of performers n qN way.

gas generated Inside the tents WisaTT on the month organ. All theilI'"

this tried In a pencil, onlinrd 111 imiHlclarm are members of the First. / w i ,

West Vlrglulu' rmnlgntlou for uurs- Hast' Surrey regiment, and their tunr-

cry' stock It I now JIlt II! better than a than consists of relieving tile regular

fVcu.! Pm et/lenlly every Ilirue nursery' regimental band while on the marct '

haft the facilities for fumigation bill Ti.e effect of their playing Deems to I NEW TIME TABLE.CommencingDeo.,22nd .

most buyers prefer not to hiivo It done, bo: a good deal more stimulating tl18D I -

:UJie compulsory lawslinvebc'coin< pretty thnt produced by n drum corps nnd anew schedule

; nearly/ a dead letter.I'ffert the new Idea appears likely to be
: nti Unit*. copied throughout the BrItish Railway.
Jinny trees have been Injured. by army. The new time card will vary consIderably -

fumigation. When the buds have opened from the present one In effect, but
or after they have beguu to swell To Cure a Cold in One Day
Week and the
Pour Sailings Each . employed at the station
.tho gas will Uo them more harm than Take LAXATIVE UKOMO QI.-INISK Tab. . those will
good. Wo have bought trees which lets Druggists relund the money ii'ails It traveling: public In general,

:were HO weakened. 1 by fumigation thnt to cure 1''v.: Urove's signature BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK readily appreciate the time of the aril-

they were winter killed or dawdled. on !In each box. U':;0. lied Cross PharmacUon't val and departure of trains.

for several I years before recovering. Iu Jl'oirii the Squash Ilu.. Calling: at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. f 09! the Palm Beach and Miami

the orchard this method bus not given As the squash bug wlntem/ iu the' Limited will leave Jacksonville dally at

results Mlilch commend It to practical adult state under rubbish etc., cleanness The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Servici 8:20: p. m., arriving In Titusville at ] :30

I men. A few fruit growers niny practice becomes advantageous In avol -
8:110: a, m.
Lines. and at Miami :
it still 1 but no one advocates It asa Jag Injury the following/ Benson.: Whe The Clyde New England and Southern n. m., and
II method adapted! to general u>e. the pent has been troublesome col lee Direct (service Between No. 2!), carrying United

. The Hight Kind of "Trvr Ing the ciicurblt vines after the crop Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, Havana mail, leaves Jacksonville dally

A smaller tree bended elowo to the is taken and destroying them will be at I IJ:'20 a. m., arriving In Tltusville :! :4:1::

ground nml with u wide open) top will I the mean of killing or starring waDY (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) In the afternoon, at :Miami 10.15;; o'clockIn

be the fruit tree or bush of the future. of the immature bugs. tantbbnun't.,..... .. ............ .SEMI-WEEKLY., .. .... .. .BAILINGS.: Lewis Wharf, Ikmtoi tile evening.No. .
.With till peach the tendency/ will bo to Northbound. .. ..... .... .. ........ ,..,from foot or Catharine Street, JeckeonvlllClyde 0 f ?, bnggago and mail, also sleeping -

I plant new orchards each year and depend Moat Not Uo Specialty Cramf cars, loaves Sliauil\ at 8:20 p. m., arjlvlnff -

J upon. young and Mgoronx trees Crystallizing till spirit statement of the past ot St. Johns River Line. In Titusville at 3:3 a. m., at
with 1iy own Ideas my
for the fruit. The preHent tendency .
the distinctive field of the farmers' nAtional Jacksonville 8:40: a. m.
I certainty Is to depend" less and lesi BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
would be nomethln Miami at 0 a. m., arriving -
upon fumigation.-llural New; Yorker. congress Stopping .1'alatka Astor, at. Francis, Heresford(De Laud),and intermediate landInn" No. 78, leaves
of broa In the
consideration o'clock
like this: The Tltusville at 2:08:
November 13,1006. In
"', on the St.Jojini River,commencing Wednesday, /
national questions related to agrIculture and ID Jacksonville at 7:30:
NEW GARDEN PLANTS. in a strong national manner. Thintateinent STEAMERS, "CITY JAClSONVILLI and "Pltl:1)'IC I>e AltY" afternoon
of the function of the cot ire appointed to sail an follows Leave Jacksonville, dally except SitimUy, at 3.30 p. in.. Returning p. m. added to
1 From China, Africa and ISIienhcrr. tress has these advantages and merits : leave Sanford, dally except Sundays at 030 a. m. The following trains will be

,I Some of the Ue.t. It Is clear and self explanatory; It I Illstlnctlve. Is tI"utb-/luun.J North-lloun.1 the above schedule on January ith.

I Judging by tho addition of last year The purpose as I bar .Re"'J down 8CHEDULE__ tend up. No. 35; Palm Beach Itnd Miami Ex-
.... .................. Arrive 2 00 a. Ineave .
collettors .
.. .J..CkH..UVtll"
Information supplied by .... ..
and from, phrased it Is In keeping with the nam Leave 33/1 p. m. .?.............n.... ............Palatka) .......... ........... ...... Leave 800 I" in. press, leaves Jacksonville 4:20: p. m., arriving -
S 411 m.
\ China Is likely to prove rich In ot the organization. There la a field for 3.M. a p.. m. ................. .... .... Astor .... ....... ............ .Leave 9: OC p. m. at Tltusville 10:38 p. in., and at
eave .St. Francis.... ........ ........... Leave 200 p. m
: plants of horticultural value. Next to organization. This Is an ag save 4 30 a. m. ........... ....... .
men nu ................. ...liereslOrd (Inland) ..Leave. ,, .. 100 p. in l\Ilaml7:30 a. m.
ii'ti' China as n rich source of Rood garden ot specialties, and sptclnllzoUonaccom- Leave ROO m ................. ....... .. 8an'or.I.. . .... ......... ...... Leave II 80 a. m.
.[i plants I should }place South and Cental llitbes great renultg. But we must Dot Arrive Arrlv. 10:00: a.a. m. ..................... .....Eul..rl.rl........................... Leave 10 00 a. m.1en'I .. No. 23 Miami and Nassau SpecialallI'arlorcar
I Jacksonville\ 8
1 Africa from which regions: weha\ There Is train loaves !
to specialty crazy a gOO and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St..Jacksonvllle.
recently received many Hue thh) M. leinaud for faithful, all round men, Passenger a. m., arriving at Tltusville\ 12-IO p. m.,

The expectations formed of the operations ind there Is a place for a forceful all --F. M.IR-i\'O-iGERJR.: ,AMD. O fln.Pan*. At. lit West Ra Superintendent Jacksonville. Fla.V. and Miami at 7:25: p. m.

It.: of the AWI'I'lellllll In the Philip: round national agricultural organlznIon. (i. COOPKIl,Jr., Loca'l"rt.A toot ct. Jacksonville Ho cat St..Jackunnvitln O P. LOVKI.L, Via, No. 28, Palm Beach and Miami Express ,
Islands have not been re Oen'l, KiMt'n, PaH". Aet. New York CLYDK MILXK, Oen. Frt. Att.| New York.
yet Boston. Titus-
pine .-(J. M. AVhltnker, A..0. HAGKRTT Hennral Manager WM. f CLYDE 'O., Oeueral Ageuts.ClieiiulirnuiU leaves Miami at 5:10: p. m.,
..THEO. U.
alized. Bulliltnt 19 State St.,Oppoalte'Itattery Park, New York..C. ville 1:13: : a. m., and arrive at Jacksonville -
.. Among the best of the new Introductions Hye n Good Winter Gr.... II. WALTON" Agent Titu.sville, Ii'Ia.Y
at 7:40 a. m.
of 1003-04 from countries other "O)) exhausted: and poor soils rye Is .-- ---- ----- all
-------- ------- --- -- - and Nassau Special-
-- Miami
I about tile best winter graNs that can be< -- No. 47

own, but on soils of better charactei Parlor car train leaves Miami 8:15: a. m.,

the rescue grass will furnish grazing Atlantic Coast Line R'y. arriving at Tltusville at 2 SO p.m., and
I' ('artier than rye, aDd It is more pnlatutie. Jacksonville at 7:10 p.m.

nape will not succeed except: 011a

i very good soil, and the seed may be
own in the cotton fields at once. It: The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson

YOI1 sow lucern I would prepare the sale Tuesdays and Thursdays in November.

I . land and sow It not Inter than the 1stor For information, time-card, etc.,

.: November, preferably after a good TO TJIK KAST.

\f eason any time In October. I think Over Its own tails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington, thencevia "

,, ,,,' rye will do very well In your climate the Pennsylvania allroad.TO "''' sk: the ..geD.'t.

QJ own as' late as the latter part of October -

but It would be necessary to BOW Til 'VI ST. .- - -- ---
[I It t twice as thick as It sown now." ThisIs The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio K. R. -- --

Director KeddIng's advice to a Ueor1a '

, r correspondent in Atlanta Cons tu- TO TUB EAST VIA STUABISIIII. Southern RailwayEFFECTIVE
'loll.I Via Savannah anti Ocean Steamship Company for New York rblladeldhla Boston -
Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
t t and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon! Company for Baltimore MAY 2H. lt>on.I .

,, d.' and Philadelphia. Two Veerlbul" Trains ":aRt. No.841' Nt'.20 NORTH AND WE8T.,. !'

I 'EveryTwo I AND HAVANA.Via 0 lOa 7 /1/11'// Jaokeonville FIa..... .........So..Ih
TO KEY VEST I.v.Jack"unvllle..SuRy......... ......... " 11 41" III 411J1 Lv Je.up. O&........................ I ILv
Company. Lv Jeaup .. ...................... "
Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Savannah. ............... IlIp! 12 lOa Ar Macon (la. u "
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ArAt'anta.O.' ... ....... .
-- -- ......... .. ... 6 Mp 6 pea
I Ar Cnlnmhla .. ...... ........ "
I .. ..... u. 0 ails Ar R.aue Oa. ..'
10 !
..... \lip
MinutesPhysicians forall Points Ar Charl..tte. . . ...... "
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!' Connection Made Jacksonville Ar Greenboro.............:. " L l3a 12 /alp Ar Dalton 0a .. "
CLEI1ODENDUOX MVllMBC'Ol'IIILUM. Ar Danville ........ ........ It. 112112 lap Archattanoogs Tenn .
.. &
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i than those nnnictl WO have Clerolendrontuyrmeeopbllum MILTCAOK TICKI3TS.: r RlchlUoo"t.... .......... -8/5a :i"ij! ArlA"hljtton.Ky lnch"' tI.() .. .... ....... ....Q.. .

(Hen lllustnitlon), a tell that all the jirlncl- Ar LynchbnrJ g .. ............ u.. 434. 4211pAr.v Clucim+atl. ...... .. ........ 1gF'.nrAr '!.
>' us Interchangeable mileage tickets good! over 13,000 miles of among Ar Charlottesville.......... u' 61"a 6101' ArChlragolll ........ ..... '
!h beautiful flowering shrub from Malaya on sale by the principal agents. W..hlnJton. .. .......... " O/Illa/ 9/1111)/ ,
the blood l in a healthy pal railroads lu the southern states are "altllu..re .... ... .... " II sea' 11 2/11'/ Lv Cincinnati. 0..1'8.. Line...
k ; Pkrriilum nilebolltlzll from New C. L. write Ar .. ..... ...... ..
For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. or ArWeMt t'hlladelphla....... 141\1) 1I3IIp Ar Chicago. Ill.
I Ouluen, Qcsuerlii rcKlnu and Nlcotlnna/ human body passes throughthe Pass: Ar New York ...... ..... " 4 lap 8 Spa LV Clnclnnatl 0. .C II n: D
STARK Trav. Agt. '
i from Brazil and ..1'rltlesi heart in RANK C. BOYLSTON Dist. Pass Agt. W. D. -- Ar Cblcapo.lIi: :: .:: .::::::::::...I1".no. .
Iii fOTEotlaua two -
once every 138 West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. N .31-"New--k and Florltla. Expreaa" Lv Clnclnn..tI. 0..I.,.H.\:'D"l's ,
F i mlobolltlzll, C'ymbldiiini Buiuleruo nndVnmlii minutes. If this action becomes n. M. EMERSON: Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. Dally 'andJackaonvlllretoNewYork. Car J'ort ArTnledo. 0... ................. .. -
t : watsonl from Slam. WILMINGTON. N. C. .. Ar1)etrott. 1\lIch. ................. r::11 .
There in much lex activity among irregular the whole -- --.---.----- No..W..hltlgton. and Florida). Lhnlted". I.v l'tnelnnnt 0....... ........1'10 LlnetIk.onvtlie ''
--- -- -- --------- -- -- -- -- -- -- Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car .... .. "
: -- --- Dally ArPltt.I>Urjt.Pa........ .. .
collectors of new 1.lullt. tropicalcountries suffers. Poor health
: body .toNewYork. .. ....... Four
1I1C1n..iiti. 0...... .Jilg
! now than formerly, although follows blood Scott's SE.A.J3: ((> :D Arlpv..lnM.O... ........ "
; SKY" No. 30 -
lu"_ e iuuntlllta of popular specie of poor Througb"TIIELANO or TilE I LvIAlxln.tuu.li,.. .. .. .. .. .......811111Lv .
" 'o1chl: that the AIR .LINE RAILWAY.FOR Sltval1lnb. 011.................... .. .. 11I11\1\.. Ar St. iAnl.' 1\1". .... ..... ...... ,.
admit yT
I think wo must now pure. One reason why ArColnm..la.8.C. ................ .: 600a Ar-Annteton-i Ah....... .... ........ ?
I most populur additions to garden Ar A.hnv111nN.C............ ..... !\\I'P ArBlrmingh.m( .. ....,...... " "
nowiulays are the productions ArHot8prlnpN.: C......... ..... 1Irop: ArAlempbtn'enn .... ...........FrlereKnnxv111e ..
plants At Kanaaa l'Ity.Mn............... "
1 of the brctMlor says n London (:"or"8IIloIl1'nt SCOTT'SEMULSION PINES RICHMOND :. ,.,..:::::::::::::::::> ... = : Atenq.hi.. .t.enn...................:.:.
IAVANXAII COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUT1IFXN LuLout,... ........ . 4/1flp/ .. ...
In Uunlcnlng.llortlouHnral .., Hot Hprlnlt". Ark............ ..... '
: ,
YORK C/nclnnatl,0....... .,,... Q.&O 1I1r... --
WAS No. 1:1-'I'h.: I'I..rl.l... Limited" Dally
80..I..tl.. ] No. SO-Dally Pullman Or..wlnll Room ant veMtlhnle tram tbrolll/h; day (\01\0'''''' 8",11Cluclnnatl. ,
Among horticultural, meetings for the HulYet 8Ip""lng. Car between JackMon..llle and marl aping( Cart!, J..kaonvllle. W Cillcln

11\)1111011 are the following: is such a great aid is becauseit . Two'Elogant Trains Daily . / h'tween No. I3-P\1l1man.Jack.nnvll1e.Drawing Room; 8lcerln'l

New Jersey. Trenton ,..,.......,.Jan. 4, 6MlBHourt \ Excellent Dllllnir Car Service K..n..s Cltf and Colorado 8prlu".
', valley Kalian City .....Doc.. 10 passes so quickly into Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.

r :, Kanmia Topeka .................DQC. 2i. SB I the blood. It is partly di- ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILtK.; : :
Western Konana City
nurserymen. Doc 19.! 20 gested before it enters the From New York'Washington,etc-No.20, "Wellington" and Florida Limited".... K "*>
Il f MJnnourl: Knnnn City ..........Dec. 28-30 I MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. From New York.Wonhlnirton,etc-No.Sa."Wanlungton and Florida Express"..... a W
8 i, Washington North Yakima ......Jan. S-13 stomach ; a double advan- Orleans. From Cincinnati,Aalierllle, etc-Jfo 20, "Wa lliagton and Florida Limited"... ... '' W>
Orcgon 1'ortlana ............?.,,,Jun la. 17 tage in this. Less work ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New From Chicago, Cincinnati,Atlanta eto.-No.H"FloNdaLimited"ti. ?..,......, '.3.'IJ

t Flower 'and Krnlc N 01.... for the stomach ; quickerand For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent O". O. LUS Dtst. Pass. Agt.,

'I'uborous\ licKouliia upod not bo pot- more direct benefits.To Seaboard, or write
108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FlaIL
toil before the first work lu February the
in order to have them iu bloom by, the get greatest amountof A. 0. MAcDOXETX. Asst. Jen. I'asu. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt. .
good with the least B. HA RO WICK, P,T. $r., Washington I). c.nw. J[.T.\\"LUE. 0.P. A. Wtuhlnjrt"*
middle of May, says u grower.Dalnilo possible JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.FOLEY'S .
BROOKS JroROAN, A.O.P.A.. Atlanta.Oa.
a peculiar JnplllleRo Ielr': effort is the desire of

grown at tho O'nl"Y..) Iotlerl.: in health.Scott's -
everyone poor
roHombloj the Band 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
incut station pear I
I Emulsion does
iu quality. It la Interior and wortblfssfor just

dessert lurpoHeti.11,011( b uiifortuu.ito I that. A change for the

ft* tho true N thrifty and prolurtlve. ; better takes place even be-

fore it. na Visiting Cards and InvitationsPRINTED

In Kuropo and .\1111'1'1"1thl'Y give the you expect liOf EY ANDY Aft .

dead salute of Hhots. Let me confess W. will tend you a

; Fnyn Baron Oottberff that I like ample free. 'r ..f MARKS
tho poetic' and humane courtesy! of the 'a Ba lure that thii Prevents Serious Results i1S COPYRIGHTS*&e.
+ (Jnp better lie tmlnteti the lend with picture In the form ofa
A n.nne rending aak.Ieh and marlulcklr
J flOwers. label U on the wrap From a Cold. niicertnlit, our ftpni*..in d""rtrtI"n aa
'''V''>1'loR tit pr nhtT pitannbin. C.m.niunlnrtlml..tridty
of bottle of
It has long been known thnt highlyfortlzed Ay per every Remember >"'.nnenn. ,I. HAflDBQOK on HIHMIUtfiie AT- -
r Emulsion you buy. nameFoley's f r... UI..t irpnoy for.....urlllll't.rtenln.sal .
I ..
and orchard . ,
it rubs tic" juirh Miiun Co. recolT
niueretl most from attack of the twin SCOTT Se BOWNI Honey and Tar. Insist tpt fcu ., .r" '. wihnatt.hHr; iu the

Ultht, and U 1 H not surprising! that the I ) Chemiiu upon having the genuine. Scientific Jim ri\an.

name seems to be true of tb.al'plo 409 I'tarlSt., N. Y. Three elzee) tae, BOo, .'.00 A banilOTtiiely IllnnrnitiKl w..ky. '...raP.t "MrpilliiUmi -

tHH.<. remarks Professor! AVhetzel. -' '- /oe.mundp.w, Prepared only by v.ert ...al,,, ::r.t'h'di'.1.'bh' ;: : t1 Tnrnn....;'I *.
Th(' grape crop wni! considered generally AU drugguit Foley A Company Chicago. MUNN & CO.3GIBroadw..New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICI

i-rodtable the past season.
Ueil Cross Pharmacy bnuicb um .. K3 F St.VTuhiaituu.l).t:.

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.' .. or .,. '-" ". ..... open for season I'. O1.6.
.,. The Most Beautifully Located Hotel In this Resort-directly on the

Halif.tx: River. Only hotel with large lawns. 2,000 si]. ft. veiaudas. NEW: OWNERSHIP. NEW MANAGEMENT* !.-

.... : Spacious office, Sun Pallor, Billiard! and Smoking Rooms. Four Piece
r Orchestra. All modern conveniences Rooms single or en suite with bath. Cuisine Unexcelled. All Northern Help ; I
.. .
Rates moderate. Owneiship's management. Rates on Application. Booklets.

6 J. II. JOIINSON & SON lJ<-13: GEO. K. BENNETT, Manager 0

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The Pines 'D.\YTON.\, FLORIDA. : : ,: : ,
n.3:!' South Kill go wood Ave. The Clarendon FLORIDA. "


Electric LIght! Hot and Cold Baths. Furnace Heat.K.um .
.Muw-iiwt."*w-iI< :*T>53K Bfc
: $2,30: :; per day and npwnuls.MItS. --Now Open@SKAUKKKKDAVIOYA==

lS-4 J. 11. II Di SKY, Proprietress. H.


GE A CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.TMORELAND The Cleveland, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Proprietor. i [anagcr.'rl'L'Uyl'I1.i.4 :,

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HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. .

JACKSONVILLE FLA. 81-12: S. 15. ,GUEEN, Proprietor :.

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened .
Serabler Cottage TITUhVILLE, FLORIDA.
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water ,
IVY INN DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Will All the Year Good Hoard and Attention.
laths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Open
.set cars pass the door. Rates, $2.* to $2.i>0 per day.S.rs. +j jMRS.
Two doors from F. F.:. C. Railway Station, Tltnsvlllo.
satisfy those who doslio elegance: with all comforts and! conveniences '
A. J. WALKER, Propiletor. A. J, SEMULKK, Proprietress >


The Cedars DAYTONA FLORIDA. Flrst-class lionrd nt Reasonable Itl tes. Restaurant and Retail ironery; In
-On the American and European Plan- ,
connection MRS. M. L. PEACOCK, Piop.
Under new management. Newlv furnltdied and renovated. A pleasant +
f.imily home. Rates: American Plan, *:!,OO and $2 50 1 ; European, Octs NEW HOUSE. HOME COMFORTS.DAY .
and up. All oars form Union :Station stop at the door. 1JOARD. NEAR HALIFAX RIVER. liOCICi.RIII' o

!I. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, is under the 18-12 MRS. WM. JACKSON, PROPK.

same management. . .
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Hotel Indian River KOCKI.KIX1K) ,
I)AYT() A IS 12 AC 11.

m OV.\'I'F.D and MOI/o/ ItS TllliOUmiOUT. ;
Magnolia Springs Hotel ..'
It III Isituated! an orange Grove, and In the heart of the gallon spot of Florida.

IN. now open for the winter season, under; the management: of the owner, A snb-tii>|ilcal legion;: on the biiuk of the famous (Indian River,
(St. Johns River) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. I1OKACK F. STEWART. \\l1IHIMOIIIU and new, situated on Dajtnna ,
miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line Wy,110(1 river steamers, Beach, the hotel Is modem In all its appointments' nllli. largo, ally pleasant -
pen fireplaces in all looms. Meant hl>I1I. Klovator.1: Electric Llghtn. Pure rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Tile Mailo Amusement C'o.'s CUISINE
ring, Water. Dry Climate. No Mosquitoes. Well kept Golf Links, Tennis, Casino and Pier. Terms moderate, ,
iihlng, Shooting Two swimming pools und baths $i per day; specia'' HORACE, V, S.TEWAHT, Owner and Manager. .
okly rates. O. hEAVEY/ Owner and Manager Boating, Hunting, Fishing, Orchestra, Etc.
. .
-- - --- -- - Roams with or wlllilng baths, Raton) : fil.OO: ()() to 'i.l.Oll.:

''I. Elbeuon, New York. 'I
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20-4 DAYTON C. BELKNAP Prop. i
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Lone Bay Inn DAYTONA UEACH, FLORIDA.Forruoily On the banks of the Indian River

Rates per day, 1f'I.W; nod $,'1.00); per week, $1..00:) and iipwaul.
First door east of Postoflioe. Hates: ,IJ60 to f.IIOi:! special by the week.
t. Now Open Write for liooklet. W. G. LORE, 1'rop. ,l

18-1 MRS.: I. ,DAUOHARTY, Proprietor
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Manager. AND ANNEX DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.On New Hotel Carleton) Ilrovnid County '

"Highest;( anti Healthiest Point on the INDIAN RIVER." Hotel k
with wide verandas. Sanitary plumbing, bath rooms on
Seabreeze avenue, near ocean aDd Automobile Race Course. every floor,and private baths, fuiuaco heat nutljloot\\ drinking/ water.
Two block from Railroad station, and I near Crane Creek launch
House Renovated Good Northern Teams moderate.
Cooking harbor. Excellent Fishing and Hunting Kati's$2: day and '

18-8 K: L. HO\VAUD, Owner and Manager. .

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LAST SEASON. ------ -- -- ------ --- - ------ - ----
I The Short Cut lu 1'riat. ,
Great event often hang upon trifles, i Of late the everyday habit which winter rosoit land Indian
i A healthy on high pine over-looking liver
Private Baths. Flrst-claas, -to-
Elevator. Steam heat in every room. up and an ingenious story comes from
some people have of using initials to UItuS: |:J ..ntlnJlwanl per d,ty. Special rule per week or season.
,date hotel. iU.50 and up per day. Send for booklet. Russia to account for the sudden and I express the names of people In tho -Write for rates to-
mysterious change that cumo over the .
the English '
public eye has crept into
conference at Portsmouth. !MADAM K. M. CAMPBELL, K. W. CAMI'llELL,
0. MONTGOMERY, of Iluestls House, Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor. pence press, probably! as a freak of "yellow"journalism ;
that the American mosquito Manager!
Wltte says audacious,
i It IM not very
made him so anxious to quit the country
but it in eccentric to run day after daythe
that he agreed to anything in orderto Initials e..11. to designate Camp I"AI,1\1 HIACII.IBectcii. : .
ii ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA.. and the >n finally came
get Jai
away '
Hotel Granada | bell-IIaunerman and T. 1 when Thomas -
to hit terms for the name reauou.
: Power O'Connor Is meant. OneLondon 01-u.To Cafe
1 U addressed formally ,
UNDER NEWAYAGErEN'T.M08t : Washington hotel men expected a newspaper
beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opposite the Ponce do crowd of 000 or 800 bankers at the con- i I an M. A. 1'. and quoted as M. A. (Incorporated) t'
and products. used I P. The full name of the publication
Leon AlcBzar'hotel8. The dairy, poultry vegetable
and vention of the American Bankers' association 01'1<:"- JA UAnU"fH.,
In the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm. Rates *2 50 per day la Mainly About People. The Dally
and upwards. Rooms, alcove single or en suite, with or without private held recently In that city and Telegraph beoorn D. T. in the band Adjoining grounds l of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Reach, on the north e
week and to figuratively, stood on their beads when
bitbs. Special rates per parties.FULLER of the abbreviator, and It is not rare
'je & McORATII. they were asked to give accommodation Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
to over 4,000. Seldom do landlords to /find a !bunch of Initials, T. P. and Breakfast
D. T. and M. A. I'., for instance, close ,
I make a mistake on that side in Firat elase Chef Cuisine anti Service
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.TOURISTS' together In one abort ll rngrllpb.In ,
lida House : sizing up a bank roll. Usually !It la too
a mall to fit their imagination.The thin country at one> time the initial -c>J on.: to :IVtoxaaL'toojrs:: : C>:n.1y-

FAVORITE. II. O. were known far and wide Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours
AND readers to lie the
steamer Roddam, which escaped among newspaper .. .
Most centrally located with all modern Improvements, steam heat; more from the harbor of St. Pierre through synonym for Horace Jreeley, he him- - 1\IIA1UI.

rooms with southern exposure than any other hotel In the city. blasts of flame and showers of burnIng self Instituting the abbreviation by

Accommodates 250.: Kales :*2.r to *:l- Per day. ashes when Mont Pelee burst forthIn signing Tribune editorials. In that way. .
eruption, baa been wrecked and We have a host of notables Just now The Gautier MIAMI, FLORIDA I ,
F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. abandoned on the desolate coast of whose name, as Mr. Dooley would ( Corner Avenue C, and Oth Street.

eastern Siberia. Here Is a chance for say "are on the lips of every man la Under New' Management Cuisine and Service First,clans.

ORIIOND BEACH.' some poet to depict in thrilling measures town." Perhaps in the Interest of -NOW OPEN'-'
the Irony or the kindliness! of fate brevity we shall adopt the English
J. P. with MILS. J. N. FEASTER Proprietress
whichever way he looks at it. manner and make J. I) and ,
AT ORMOND BKACII, FL\. others that will occur to mind shortcuts -

:etton Inn NOW OPEN Although Europe has on hand several to Hoo'kI'CI'IIt'r: Morgan, and -so on NK1V YO11K.
mammoth scandal -Involving the Then as the list grows prizes wilt be In
automobile race course. Good order, for the brat correct guess as to
Situated on the famous financial world, she affects to be terribly
0 .
' accommodations. Steam heat In rooms. Transient' rare fJ.OO.and: who Is meant in a particular conuto
Insurance exposures
rage Raliway1Hiles shocked over Hotel
Coast ; Marlborough
15 to $21. Florida
3CI;; south per day.of Jacksonville.Weekly rate, $ on this side of the water. Europeans tlon. ,

ANDERSON": : PRICE HOTEL COMPANY. should remember that glasshouses General Williams thinks that no officer Broadway, :IMitU and 37lh. Streets' New York.

VI. 8. KENSKV, Manager._ _Proprietors.- are not and confined there are to any others particular who- above the age of forty should hold Completely Renovated anil transforms! In every department. Most c rrtrally -
.. ... country
----- -- rank of captain in the army All the located hotel on Urouday. ELECTRIC LIOIIT8 and TELEPHONE
AYTOKA. can throw stones. captains will vote for that, especially In every room In the house.EUROPEAN .
200batlurooms. Ilntes: '1.61) and -
general. ,.PLAN.lOO Rooms. : upward
if the Jump Is to brigadier
Insurance investigations clear the atmosphere . without\ bntb. *J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath *J
ona House DAYTONA, FLORIDA. and Improve the PUbll ,'. --- -- and. upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath *:t and upwnid.8WEENEYTIERNEY -
A Gau ran teed Cure For t'lles.Itching HOTEL COMPANY '
i knowledge of one of the most Impor'tant : "
Principal Stores. utilities. Bleeding Protruding E. Dl. TIKRNKY, Manager. .
> from Postoffice, Bank: and of society's great Blind
| all
the Year.
pen Pile.. Druggists are authorized' to re- .... - ..-
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'Kites: 2.00 per day; special by the I find money If Pazo Ointment fails) to
A. KENNEY, Proprietor. Nothing Is so strong as gentlenessand cure In A to 14 day. &Do at the Red SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO 'ADVOCATE.:.
gentle as real strength. .,
nothing so Cr sskharmaey'l'itusvlile. Fla.
Formerly of "The ,


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"" ..................... THE UP-TO-DATE ,
i In 1ia. : ha been In
: been Dealers Tltmvllle. Judgo Jones
have In
P r' TIIT /\ T01, 'Ve Mootlnn An.I of days this week. MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHE

I r'D I A/ IVI N 11 11 monde and other precious stones< : temporarily The above adopted name was for the suggested yacbt cltlb, Daytona a couple arrived here

/f All. V J M .. 5 Tltusvi, Judge Jones and family F1or1:
of : which is being; -
establishment our ___
*: since the from Georgia, and are staying Titusy111: : :
J.J.J.j.j.j.j.j.x TJ first for which purpose was yesterday, --
************ **-* law office) O. Walton OD
t In the and Mrs. Percy BROS'Fine
lit for more than 20 years. j held on Monday evening 'with Mr. SCHLOSS
8 and direct Importers M. Robblus, corner of Julia
*; business in 18' of Mr. Geo. Julia street.
and Palm street, at which time Mr. J. Ready-made Clot!it

w =We save you the middleman's profit= .$: Lorlllard Jr., was nominated chairman: -Mr. S. B. Rathbun Is having a plaz.

..+.[ and Mr. Percy O. Walton, secretary za'and an extra room added to the south $10 to $1 8.
t Twenty-two of our prominent bn81nellR ,
side of his cosy residence on Hopkins "
have promlMed
*>* r tCL'/1l 'Y l .w ..", .WRITE FOR OlTrtCATALOGUE. KX to men become and winter members residents of the Indian IUver street, Tltusvllle. KDTOy: :, STETSON and IIA WE*
; :
!:. XK Yacht Club, and were present either In -The Misses\ Freeman, of North ''fr't.r3 Hats

rt :: JKWKI.I.ItH!: ; A; IMPORTERS, I ,-KK person or by proxy. are spending a few days In TI- "
: As the membership will not be confined Georgia,
M, ,11 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. __------- .. to Tltusville-but will be open to tusville, enjoying tho Indian River a011 ; $3. to $5.

,' -- ****************************************** I the Indian, Halifax: and Ilillsboro' river our fine weather.Mr. : V
************ residents, and others who spend their SCHWAB CLOTHING CO..

_. winters in 'lorlda-lt is thought thai T. II. Sanders and Miss Jes"le

:. tl'f' :OFL: L. ly1COTaaOTJti' : ;: '. PROGRESSIVE- EUCHRE. and membership a committee of 51 of can three easily were be appointed secure Sanders, prominent In town residents on Wednesday of, Indlan-, and Ready-made Clothing for j j$1.6O'to

ola were ,
ellchre to Interview and obtain the names of i I $10 All Sizes.
progressive: call. ,
A i
very also sanctum a pleasant fiti
of our
evening b.v those who are joining; gave t M _
Tuesday B
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party was given residenceher of to get an estimate of tbe coat of building and daugh 1 ..lr KMm
\ Miss Daisy Brady, at the the east end of the Ulty -Mr. and Mrs. P.. K. Wynn ;; EDWIN'CLAPP and CROSSFIT
Club-house at f
t DJI parents, Mr. aud Mia. E. L. Brat a arrived here on Sat.:
wharf, and attend to other matters IDol ter, of Philadelphia, )
I (I'" 1'."" corner of Atlantic tables Avenue and andUayfroiThere play contl dent to the formation of a yacht clu b. urday, and at once left for tho winter Shoes
were four! .
f I't ued with coiibldorable spirit until about On this committee are: Messrs. J. Lorl-! borne ot Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Ives at La
' OLD RYE called. The lard, D. B. Prltcbard and II. E. Oxner $3 to $6.60.
when halt was
OLD 11 o'clock, a Grange.Dr. _
for erecting the _
and it was The privilege ___
I Ir then counted r
r i RYF wt-Irsx scores were and at the end of the City wharf, has was in Dayto yl, i i
I found that Miss Florence Colmar Towa F. II. Houghton :r MANHATTAN and QUAKER HT;
, t. Miss! Grace Reed tied for lady's prize, a been granted by the Tltusville. several days tho first of the week, getting -
of readln -
Council. It will consist a ; -
t.I Urich
pretty little vase; and Dr and his office in preparatory to ShirtsSOFT
I Walton tied for the gentl room, provided with newspapers : shape gneaayCHLOSSBROS.1'r.CO..
Mr. <,has. II.
I I .r man's prize, a chased silver key rlni;( ; magazines, easy chairs, etc.; and late., leaving Tltusvllle\ where lush of dental > and STIFF FRONTS
will be added for the dive Fine Clothes Makers
; ll'l"# while Mr. Philip. Wright captured the lion ther and things comfort of the members. work still holds him. y..e._.. . _wit _,..* $1.25 to $2.00.

: \ (IV':,!'''' consolation was decided prize.It by Dr. Urich and 1\I18R The proposed club flag will have II -If you have any houses or rooms I to all times a complete stock of everything -
l:1i: white ground with the head of a Florida rent send us ad. at once, as we are
4J: .. Colmar, and Mr. Walton and Miss Heed your AND BOYS WEAR QUEEN QUALITY
."...._, Indian, In red In the center; and it Is from that MEN
, ; to see who was entitled a number of letters pfortirn ;
to play one game retting
Beers, Walton and 1\IIHs loped that ere ionIC Tltusvllle will nee It of All goods marked ID plain' figures- for Ladies
Fine Liquors. Wines ; the prl7es. Mr. people, asking for particulars < Shoes
I 1'0 and carried the proudly flying from a flag-stair on Strictly One Price to All.
Ales, Stout, Ec.tySond were the winners, md of the Titusvllle wharf louses and rooms along the East Coast.-
j cake and
Roman punch, $3.5O.
< me your ordorelTITUSVILLE prizes home. Mi, Lorlllard U the promoter of the Mall orders a. specialty. $2.5O to
then liberally supplied. who has been
candy were Miss Florence Colmar,
and COCOA, FLORID MliLllllo Indian River Yacht Club, and has; worked -
: E. L. Brady .and Itor sister,.
Mrs several weeks with her sl8ter Sold only by ftWE .
-- Jones, assisted Miss Brady In rDelving. like Trojan to get it started. in a visit of These brands are recognized tealcl'lln style, fit and finish.
'i ---- The Initiation fee for membership w\11\ md brother-In-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. ]E. MONEY CAN BUY, .
those were: Mis. T. D. be.011> : and $">00 a year dues, a total Collins left on Wednesday, for Palm SELL TDE BEST ;
Cc Among;
Robbins & Graham ( and $. ,O:) --
Walker MUsos Josephine Brady, Laura of> *!(>,00 for the flrst year > per Uel\ch. where she will spend the seasoMrs. -

Bailey, Florence Colmar, Kate Stewar, year afterwards. _

(Incorporated.) Urace Reed, Annie Jones, Mamie Bur, itessrs.Those. Jacob present Lori at liard the meeting Jr., Oeo.; were titobblns .: A. Powers, of this place, anol :: 3ardware: : ., stoves, Oil
Miss DaiRY
CAPITAL .W,000.K; Llllle Jones, and the hostess Miss Lena Powers, of M. Augustin,
: Ueo. S. Prltchett, A. Hra.ly; ,
1 R Dr. ETC.
and Mrs. E. I.. Brady. CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
Brady, thlll PAINTS
callers at ;
This company OWDS Urlch Chas. II. Walton, Bert Ives, I. U. B. Pritchard, Chas.: II. Walton, Percy were among the pleasant
:,' O. L. Manil.ivllle: \ and 1'. n. G. Walton, E.; B. Wager, 11. E. Oxne, office on Wednesday. Miss Powers Is In

L ::t'r :c S., Spencer Wilght.: O. L. Mandavllle, Wm. M. Prindle, anCugene held
Berge; and proxies' were
the Indian River Country; On the St. I! --- for Capt. Jas. Piltchard, Wm. M. Brows taw.

CHURCH NOTICES.: John li. Walker, M. !S.
Ladle River; at New River and on Bay G. V. Uuien .This has been the wettest and most
/e ams,1V. 8. Urnnnlog, Dr.E. E. Rollln ,
I "" BUcayne. Prices to suit the times. Rev M. Walker nlll\ officiate as follow T. II. Sanders and others. loudy winter on Indian River in 28

d Send for Land List. an Sunday next, Jan. 1 Ith: years, says the government weather ilords. -

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. Titusvllle, St. Gabrlel'schDrch.Sunday .- THE SEASON IS OPEN. Still, we have no frost this winter -

school 0:30 11.. in. up to today, Jau. 12, which rather t
,, Communion and sermon, 11 a.m
Holy Five rolling palaces filled with ton inusual.Mr. y l'> f .. II1 "l II u1,
Bible clans at :I:3J): p. m.
;, Marke Ista arrived In Jacksonville\ on Tnead.i: ; .
: East Coast Meat Evening prayer at 7:30: p. m. aDd the tourist season of I'JlXi! Is now opei'hree and Mrs. Henry 31.: Flagler, who

Mr. W. II. Cresson lay reader. of these solid\ trains of Pullman have been enjoying a stay of soveral akj N s P I I'V IC

, G. F. DUREN, Agent.. Cocoa, bt. Marks church.- rawing[ room, dining; observation and reeks In St. Augustine, are now l'osldlng V Irt

, t I Hunday school at 9iO a. m. looping cars vestlbuled from end toent In their palatial winter home at Palm
I 'a= "s7a '" Morning prayer at 10:30 a. ni. came flora New York, and passed has his automobltlh
; teach. Mr. Flagler
C' Jacksonville to St. Augustlni; ,
John W. Walker will olllclate all brougb .
pI.... \ him. raa fFv i
J. and the other two came from Chicago. ccm+r
,' ,:::;.., follows on Uundny: Jan. 14th: With the inauguration of the Florid ti,

:: pa Melbourne, Holy Trinity church. pedal, over the Atlantic Coast Line,the Eugene Elmore, a. 12-year-old negro I. xl1 Il r h

= Morning prayer at 10:10 p. m. 'loilda Limited over the Seaboard AirLine boy, was given a heating, yesterday, on ,..v ri"""

pI ,:::;.., Eau Galllo, St. Johns church and the Palm Limited over tbe a. charge of entering a box In the Titu 1

-- Evening; prayer, 7.IO: p. m. oulhern Rallwav, the season Is alway lllo Postofflce other than his own, and .'"
Bible class at 3 p. m. officially opened la Florida. Thes
a of tbe
= ound over to await the action
from New toSt.
y y Preaching at the Methodist church, came and this Failed States Circuit Court.
without break
. rituavllle\ next Sunday, Jan. 14th, at 11a. schedule thanever.
csaH V i. m. and 7.iO: p. m. The Pastor will year are run on a faster During the short time Mr. Eager

,l CTITUSVILLE hold services at Mlms Invited at 3: o'clock and In the The. trains started over the three roads Berge, of Adelphia, N. J., has been I In Waller: :Hardware: :: : Go.,
ifternuon. All are ; stranger
FLORIDA welcome. onday[ afternoon, and all arrived In Itusvllle, he has become quite an ex.
nckaonvlllo Tuesday afternoon. pert at gardening, for he now has grovig -
The Chicago & East Illinois Railroad . - -- -

.\ A PLEASANT TEA PARTY. on Monday, began a new service to Fla., / tomatoes, peas, lettuce, radishes, ---- ...........*.....NNNN....<
Hodgson Bros. by starting a new train between Chicago onions, etc., at the rear of his parent'sresldenoe. ...............N

Miles of St and :St: Augustine.; This train Is to con F. A. lIrOROAN, l'rolrletor. Dn. E. R. BLAKEWOOU,Registered DruggtI "
; Mr. and Mrs. George; F. at and Miamifor i
nect with steamers Tampa
". EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA LuguHtlne, gave a charming small tea or'uesday Havana, thus giving: a dally aervlci -Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Freeman, of 80clal -
< for Air. and Mrs
'\. I afternoon Cuba. The time front Chicago to and mother of ,
" ; Marine Railway. Plagler and their house paity. Their to> Circle, Oa., father

, "r Chandlers IOUBO has the flavor and bouquet of rare avana Is about sixty, hours. Mr W. F. Allen, arrived In Tltusvllli

Oenera .Herchants and Ship I lot.! mahogany of priceless rugs, heirloom Monday afternoon, on a visit of 8everal I RED PHARMACY

,,1\ ..Special Facilities. the wit silver and, and repartee artistic of the arrangement host and: NOTED FISHERMEN. weeks. They will visit other place. I ,,

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing) hostess proverbial, their functions enjoyable Speaking of fishermen, reminds URthat of'1 interest on the East Coast ere returng

to a degree. Mrs. Ingrahara to Georgia.We .
Yachts and Launches. Mis, there are two fishermen at the yen
oared tea Into rare china cups.
30kledge hotel, Rockledge, who should acknowledge receipt of a copy of .
chocolate -
the ADVOOATB when writing :eagears presided over the pot. FLORIDA
Mention be buried from Florida waters; they fish : TITUSVILLE -
I ,
The table was biilllant with polncetta. only a Danish newspaper, the Nordlyset. >
v and with such success that It is a matter .
road red and embroidered ribbons l of time before the waters of the Indian doubt it Is full of Interesting reading Complete Stock of-

lit with red shaded candles. Doctor and River will be barren of the finny ma.tter. but no one in this office can de
Stanley KitcliingDealer Irs.. Anderson, Mr\ and Mrs. Darrow, DRUGSAA
I Mr. W. II. Pell, and Miss Cutting: were tl'lbe, says Is Mr.the R.Tatler.L. Griffith One of, these of Providence gentlemen -- cl pher It. We note, however, that Mr, i= PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.Y
In- Mr. and who last winter
mong;( those Invited to meet Karl Matbiasen, spent
\ be
the other must spokenIn
\Irs. Flagler, Mr. and Mrs. Kenan Miss ; 10 Tltusville with his family, is preai- the ri
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY,CIGARS Hollos who a de- In a whisper, for It Is the great Judge f Prescriptions Filled with
lenan; and Miss\ spent
: i
I ewschafer of New York City befol'ewhom dent of the who publish the<
/ China gutful hour there.-:The Tutler. : Utmost Care and Prompt!tude Q
Tobacco, Pipes, Candles. Fancy i [ Isaac Walton would blush with mllyset. We wish his new ventur*

P,, and Temperance Minks. shame as he compared his piscatorial : WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
The following brands of cigar delivered FINE MAPS.Mr. ion lodge with that of the Judge.A every success. <

at $;.!.2j per box of 50: -Drs. Wm. B. and C. A. Hentz, ofRio f/..........tANNN.N.........N...........:.!..

R., Itumbolilt, Key West Smokers I'olmlskl., Premoii, John R. Walker, supeilatendentf HUNTING PARTY. de Janeiro, Brazil, who had been 01 - ---- - -- -

r\ Cremo, Cubanas, public' instruction for Brevard county, a visit to their sister, Mrs. O. N. Hatch,
{ Flinch Cards/ t'Oo ; Hand Made\ Palmetto icently received two tine, large; hanging in the here EZ._ ::SD Y dz eeO.:
Hats, 2\0.: of the United StaLes and her colaies. Game has been quite plentiful of Fort Christmas, stopped over
i laps
\ FLORIDA. Mr. Walker has presented these Iffhborhood: of Titusville this winter, while Wednesday, en route toCity -DEALERS IN- -
:. STUART, .. schools of Itusvllle\ and hunting parties are continually leav. where the ALL 'FOOD PRODUCT!
, \ -- maps to the high Inr thIs town for the woods. Among Point, they are spending GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND
and Cocoa, and b.* hopes to get one farthe ,
with their families. They Jeporthaving
\ t t E. Vesey Hall, XX Eats lallle High I School i rom Senatoras. :! those who went, with their camping out- winter We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. Wo are agents for MAPES FERTILE
XX I I 1'. Taliaferro, who gave the above tlt, to the woods on Tuesday were : Dr. had a very enjoyable time atFort We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cots
I, I I Georglana, Fla. laps. 1<:. E. Rollins, of Tltusvllle; Mr. C. 11.I.acey Christmas, where the hunting was en. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .

, of Waveland and Messrs. Edgar cellent. L. BRADY & BRO. ,. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
I IQocvt :lOVLllcSLoi: A. Freeman and T. O. Coulter, of Phll-
A FUDGE PARTY.Last adelphla. -

'I Agent for New Superior' Motor EAST WIND ARRIVES. O

l Have 4 h. p. on band; call and see It. Saturday afternoon Mrs. T. B.'nlker RODE THE GOAT Tl G1VERDealer .

Estimates and pi Ices furnished on and Mia. Fanny Budge gave a
Walking Fudge Party" to about a doz- The fine new launch, East Wind, own. In-
f. [, application. en friends. They walked out Into thetuntry Indian River Lodge No. 90, F. & A. ed by Mr. E. F. Cooley, of Lansing -

: about a mile and a half, follow. 10[., held their usual monthly meeting rUcb., arrived at Titusvlle on Monday STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT

ANHEUSER BUSCH Inlt the line of the Tltusvl'.le! ,Sanford In Masonlo hall, Titusville, Wednesday. She Is 49ft. over-all and llft.. beam; Ispropelled ,
THE ., r \kllwav, gathering violets and other wld evening. After the usual routine busl.nelta by a 20 horse power Murray A PRODUCE OF ALL RINDS.
had been attended to, Mr. Harry FLORIDA.
flowers that grew by the wayside. Before egurtha naphtha engine, and makes TITUSVILLE -
Asso's Wllllon was brought forward to take hissecond miles hour. The East Windleft
Brewing returning home they enjoyed vlulOilS aboll t 8+ an
games as well ns a bounteous Slipply degree In Freemasonry, and herod" Boston on Deo. 4tb, In command ofCBpt.

of fudge, which the hostesses had the goat with much credit. A. II. Denote, of Chatham, Mass.;;
"a"Itua St.Louts Keg and Hut Win. R.: Walker
, tied n..r. ----- ---- HUNTING LICENCES. enpIneer; ; and Alonzo Aldrldge, deckhllnd.
Mr. Cooley and party will\ 800narrl.ve -- Dealer In -
Hold by Moinrn P.A. 1-oHlejr and EASTERN STAH.
In Titusville to take their nsual
.d OxocrIeTITUSVILLE : :
tap1e ar Fancy:
R. L. MutUvw.TttusvlllB.FIik.
In Brevard uer'a cruise, to Palm Beach and MI.aOI. -
Dame has been so plentiful
B Mr.R.L.. lI'oUow.Coooa. rla The attention of members of the aboveider t.
couuty this. winter-especially in theupper Fruits: and Vegetables,
Is drawn to the fact! that there

JOSEPH ZAPF &: CO., w\ll\ be a meeting of the full Eastern attendance Star onTllesday Isguested. hunters part of this have county-that take out licences a Kreltmany :So CATHOLIC LECTURES. Hay., C-rairi.: : ars.d FeeYour
next, when a
flu. we are told that Mr. Jos. P. Brown
Sole Distributors A lady candidate will he lnl ha..< received over JliOO.OO, this season, Patronage SoUclted-
tlate,1 at this meeting and It will be fol-
for licence to hunt In Brevard county. Bather Bresnahan, the Catholic priest5t. FLORIDA.
towed by a supper, which will\ be enjovI 5t. Augustine., will close his mission
610 to 620 West Bay Streeti .
I In the Chapter-loom, Masonlo hall, at the Catholic church, Titusvllle\ tbl.ennlng -- -- -- -- -

I JACKSONVILLE FLA. Itusvllle. A Fearful Fate.t by answering\ the questions. why FACTORY.
-- --- RIVER ICE
[: Is a fearful fate to have to en.lurethe I. tbe Catholic church opposed to Free-

THE NEW WOMAN DANCE. of and dont Catholic .
terrible torture Piles. "I can m sonary' why pnest.marrJ
i John White & Co. truthfully say," writes Harry Colson, of ? ills sermons during the weekhave TITUSVILLE, FLA.

LOUISVILLE. KY.FURS Notwithstanding the fact that there isonvllie, la., "that for Blind, Bleed- been listened to with much incerest. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special atll

. w tat were other attractions town on Wed' IDjt:. Itching and Protruding Piles, Buckten's x M lt { __{ paid cooking for Yachts or for family use. Fai r deall ng Is my motto.T. .

B='::?M+ jsday evening the :Sew Woman's > Arnica Salve,is the best cure made. AVooil for Sale. T. WETMORK Proprietor.
anca-previously announced in these Allto best for outs, burns and. Injuries :

f >lumns-was quite a success; and those 230 i at the Red Cross Pharmacy.
and Hldet. resent occupied the floor of the Opera 'ine or oak, any length. See or addr8ll. -

a bUl1 e, Tltusville, until midnight. Do you eubecrite the TJ:. J. W. Jamison Titusvllle, Fla. 'i SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO ADVOCATE.


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