Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 19, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00434
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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CAL NEWS, John It. Walker A. Co., The Up-To-Date Clothing House KlIiieN I)ry foods and (lent'sFurnishing 'VCHt Tit uvvillo| 1'roperty>> Fin, water sports will\ bo given to-morrow

Store. For Sale. evening, Jan, :JOth. This Is Mr. Tsylor'H

Topics of General Interest. Carries n full line of Clothing, Gents. The only store of Its kind in the city. tenth year' na manager! of the Casino
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Furnishing Goods, Boots, :hoes: flats, Our leaders: Fine residence and tract of land containing
Our stocks In better
Caps Underwear Shirts Trunks were never condition :!lal'I''' part of which Is n Fine Hotel Indian River, Rookledjo, one of j'
etc.
; SchloKs liroH. Clothing '
notice ads. are ten centson for the time of than now. f'
Reading year the fine date hotels of tho East
Umbrellas, Dress :Suit Canes etc. Stetson ORANGE-< 0R()VE. The HKSIDENCK: : tip-to
Hats.
this pace.; The backward season forces us to unload Coast of Floilda Is now and readyto
Also Dry Goods Notions Is new and In perfect condition throughout. open
Millinery Knox
Hats.
ADVOCATE to make for stock
THE room our spring receive guests. This well known
Furniture etc. Residence\ contains eleven looms,
,0 per annum, In advance. Hawps lists which will soon bo In Tltusvlllo. exclusive of Bntli rom and Pnntiy and hotel Is managed by Mrs. J. V. Jordan.
A flist-class.
establish-
months Dressmaking Edwin flapp Shoes
.,, six We must have room, and all winter
)R I) per an. to foreign; countries. meat attached to thin store ClOBSett I'ihoe14.Manhnttan merchandise must at cost. China Closet Hot and cold water In Hotels Plaia and Now Uocklodgo, at
go any
you subscribe for the ADVOy JOIIV. It. WALKER;: Jb CO, Shirts We will\ surprise you at the low priceswe bath room, kitchen and pantry., Bath Kockledgo, are now open, as will bo

> the year, It does not cost you TilE LAIEOK BRICK STORE: E. A W. Collars, and are making on poasonablo goods.If room has sanltiiiy, closet; Laundry has seen by tho nd., on our 7th page Those

mts per week, postage; Included. Titusvllle, Florida. Queen Qunllty Shoes for Ladles. hive winter sanitary closet and water' facilities. two cosy hotels are under the able and
delayed f
you : your purchases
date of expiration printed upon Mall orders a speclaly. here. Wo will Water, good 1I11IIlelltll'ul.Uarll popular management' of Messrs, II. It.
come nave: one-
per or wrapper every week. This -Mr. L. C. Moore\ of Roseland, was See our large display ail. on 8th page.PKNNBY half at least you want :2-ift.x.lOft.: now mid I IIP\ .to-dute and 1 I'. A. Shares proprietors of the

,!int for your money. No need In town on Tuesday. on anything you may In all uriangunionts., Can'(ago hoiiso Longaoio' hotel, Now York city; and
< < A" BUANNINO< < for the wlntei'd In Furnishing
send receipt for subscription. wear Clothing, -
> adjoining barn. WiUor In barn
that fine summer" resort hotel, the Klameshii -
to i Rive It to you.rocAfics -County Commissioner II. A. Conk- The Up-to-date Clothiers, Goods Hats or Caps yourself
Large Chicken House' cement floor, Inn Kliniosha N. y Tho Pll1zaan,1
ling, of Tillman, was In town a coupleof :Men's and Hoys' Furnishers, and boys. ,
3 : for sale at the Red also supplied with water.
\ New Uock1odio hotels are thoroughly -
days' the first of the week.
, TItusville, Fla. Don't delay too long, or yon will miss
, harmacy, Tltnsvllle. Grounds, surrounding house, under up-to-date houses, and are lltted wltbevel'y
I'' 't -There will be work to do in the third this money saving cluuice. cultivation
good Shrubbery, etc convenience. Every visitor to the :
.s Maude ILirdee, one of Rock. -Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of Fort I Mall orders given special attention.
degree In at the Masonic hall
Masonry, be '
Tues- To be soon to appinclated. East Coast of Florida should visit Rook-
popular young ladies, spent Pierce are the of Julius KriNK<
proud a
parents baby :,
Titusville, on Wednesday evening next. A decided bargain for somebody
very lodge and see the beautiful orange and
v\1le.\ /
Tltu boy, who arrived January 17. Titusville, Fla. I 1
-The many friends of County Judge CIIAK. T. McCov, /grapefruit groves.

ke note of the sailing dates of the A. 1 1). Penney were pleased to see him -.Mrs. Amy Monroe has Improved her -Mr. :S: J. Norton Is having the "white Iw Tltusvllle, Fla.Mr The stuff/ of the Plaza: Is as follows:
and
O. steamships to Havana on tliesueets on Monday, after several home In South 'lltusvlllo, by having scoio building on Main street thoroughly II. U. Shores, manager; A. RiilTnor,

published in this paper.II. days of indisposition chimneys and fireplaces built.A overhauled and repainted I.. H. Brace left here, yesterday, room clerk; J. Manner, cashier; It. .

HOUGUTON Is still attend- new shipment just received of Har- for Jacksonville, on n short business Maiklo, night clork; F.SodgelI: I, steward.
-Mr. E. L. Brady, who had been enjoying Prof. Chas. II. of Boston
Cory, was trip.
the will bo found
n business at the Indian River lam's Imperial and Breakfast Boll At Now Rocklodgo
a business and ploitaiue visit of a southbound
Ll I wharf, Tltusvllle.\ See him be- Coffees at Wagoner A C.o's. among Wednesday's pasxon- CAULIFLOWER, YOUNG ONIONS P. A. Sharon, manager; Wm. Con norM,
couple of weeks or so In Miami, teturn- en route to Palm Beach
Ilie leaves. gore, green: rabbago, turnips, oranges, eto, I room clerk ; :S. S. Pei I'ry, cashier' ; Sidney
ed to bis Tltusvllle home ou Sunday: -Mr. C. H. Hacoy of Waveland, and
-Mr. Wm. II. McFarland; after a visit nt Wagoner .t Co. Holmes, night clerk; 1). Wood, steward'
Jo you looking for beans? If you some friends arrived In Titusville on
,
-Mr. F. F. Dymnok, of Rockledge, of a fow days In Daytoua, returned to -
ienshaw Bros., of Tampa, have Wednesday, and yesterday they went Into -Mr. Ilobt L, Motlow( returned here,
says: "Kindly take my ud. out of the '1'1 tll vllle, by boat, on Wednesday even- TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS.The .
Read their ad. on our -1th page. : tile woods nfutr quail. Wednesday night, front Mulberry, Tunn., ".
ADVOCATE:, us the cottage is rented, and Ing., -
where ho loft plenty snow and luc. Ha
iss Annie Jones, who has been we have several applicants after the -Mr. E. M. Jolm'lD' and Mr. Malbyof
-Mrs. A. (l. Kraotzer, of Brooklyn, I thinks the weather rather warm In TI- following hotels and boardinghouses
her parent Judge and Mrs. M.Is room." When you want good results, Daytona, recently made a trip down
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the Suet Coast
V. Y., Is expected this eve tusvlllo.Do. along/ are now-
of Titusville, for a few weeks, always advertise lu this paper. the llillsboro river, as far as KlDora: ,
I ning, on a visit to her sister, Mis. L, W. open, an will be seen by their ads 011 our
Id to Stetson University, DeLand, and returned home with (OS I ducks. not forgot that Dr. E. I[. Armstrong
-Mr. C. V. Doolittle, of the firm of If alle. 4th and 7th pages: I IJnckllonville
I,lay afternoon. tho well-known Eye and Norve
Doolittle & Co., ilsh and produce merchants -Mlas Clal'l1lIanford. of Green Cove -
Fresh lots of Nichols' CRUSHED 1 OATS Specialist) : of Jacknonvlllo, will be In
'lIE[ DE-TAN-ATED COFFEE. of Atlanta, Ua, airived in Titus- Springs, who has boon on a visit of : Hotel Windsor.
just received Wagoner & Co.'s. our city on his next professional visit, \ Westmoreland
I'tire and harmless even for Inva- ville, Friday. last, on a visit of several about a fortnight with her brother, Mr. Tho
Jan Not troubles
on 22. only are eye New Travelois.
I Wagoner & Co. months for the benefit of hIs health and Geo. W. Hanfoid, of TItusville, left forborne -The ocean bathing at Palm (Hunch Is
handled, but all chronic disease" If .
Magnolia Spilngs.Magnolia/ -
I to l father who Is a fish dealer In ( fine, and a great many of the guests of
has see Jane on Monday, staying a day or so hotel.
yor Smith, of Daytona, gian- drugs have failed to cure you, let him Springs
In this place. with Mrs. U. E. Brown, of St. Augustine, tho Royal Polnclana) Breakers are
ermlt to Mr. E. M. Ilolman. of talk over with you his Improved systemof /St.: Augustine-/
dally enjoying a bath.
,ter, Mass., to erect a $2,000 resi- -Mrs. J. Will Merrill, Miss Dolly en route. Neurology' and Osteopathy The Ponce Alcazar.de Loon.

on Fairview avenue, Daytona. Merrill, Miss Gertrude Helm Miss\ Bo- -1\(1' Wm. Evans and daughter, Miss Messrs.! Geo. M. Robbins, Fred A. -Mrs. Emma Terry 1'ollaid, of Columbus Hotel. St. George.

Iman Is well-known In TItusvi'.le. lena Saunders and Master Preston Mer- Rose Evans, of Mlddletown, X. Y., ar- Morgan and F. A. Losley left, yesterday, Florida 1I0uso.'Uranllla .
Ga. one of the most charming
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N. rill, of Causes City, Mo., are enjoying a rived In town Saturday last, and are for Jacksonville, to attend the meetingof Hotel y
J. V. 13. Pilnce, of Brooklyn, concert singers In tho South, will give n
delightful stay with Mr. and !Mis. John comfortably domiciled in one of Mr. J. Shriners. Mr. Morgan was accompanied Ormond Beach "
0 has been spending a few weeks concert In the Opera house, 'I'Itll14VI1l0, Bietton Inn.. ,
W. Menlll and O. F. Schley, at Mrs. Walker's furnished cottages in North by his wife and son. 1
01 Windsor, Jacksonville, passed on or about the let of February Mrs.
Merrill's beautiful Florida\ ,, home at Titusville, for the winter. They were Los A Black Lace Scarf 1)aytool&-
l'a yards!
'to
h here, Sunday, on his way I'ollard will be accompanied by Miss Grand Atlantic hotel.

dge for the winter. lIe left his Tropic, on Merrltts Island. accompanied by the Misses Mary I. and long, )'a I yard wide, trimmed with black Julia Gautler, a handsome and talented Daytona House.

Jennie E. Sayer, o' WeHti> ,\ n, N. Y., 'I laco. A reward of $1.00 will be to The Cleveland
given
id son at the Windsor, where they YOUR SMALL PHOTO.; ENLARGED pianist. Tills concert is n treat In store The Odars.

stay a while longer.; to8x10 In. for $I..JO, and will give\ you nieces of Mr. Evans, /Under, If returned to this ollloe. for our readers, and, we want them to 'I'he 1'1 nOli.

a Christmas picture free The Eagle -Mr. and Mrs. Modlcette and Mlns mAke a note of It. The Ivy Inn. tSenbreeze
IV WANT TO BUY OR SELL -The Ladies' Guild of St. Gabriel'schurch '
State street Modlcette and Mr. and Mrs. E. Moulton !
Co. Went -
Portrait 42H ,
Estate on Indian River apply too will meet at the residence of -Mr. John Walker, superintendent The Clarendon.The }
21.4 of Minn. In town on
were
MInneopolis
1). L. Gauldeo, Tltusvllle, Fla. Jacksonville\ Fla. Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins! this (Friday) of public Instruction, left here, Wednesday Colonades.

W. Wednesday, having come up by launch afternoon Instead of the residence of for Point Cocoa Indlanola
-The many friends of Capt. Benj. at City Daytona Ue8ah-
and
Geo. E. Sebring family, from Frontonao. Mr. Moulton U
Jerome, of New London, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Brady. and Courtonay, on a tour of Inspection Seaside Inn. i
popular residents of Rockledge, cashier of the Farmers' and 1IechanlclI'Dank \ Loan Ino. I
Bay
West Palm Beach, Fla., will regret to of schools lie went In the yacht MerleS
rived at the new Bennett cottage, of Minneopolis, and be and his --rll.; Chas. B. Jefferson, who has White house
III In the John accompanied by Mr. and, Mrs. Aldrich -
learn that he la quite ,
i orner of Kldgewood and Orange wife are guests of Mr and Mrs. Modl been staying at her beautiful orange): and The Plnohurst.
Md. but Leo Aldrich, Miss Murphy, Mr.
hospital Baltimore ,
Daytona, where they have been Hopkins cette, at their cosy winter home at Fron- grapefruit grove at Hobe Hound, Indian Titusville-Sembler Cottage.
we hope it will\ not be long ere he is I and Mrs. Hewitt and Master George Peacock House.Merrltt .
hearty greetings; from many tenac.' River, for a few months, was joined, on
basking in the sunshine of the Walker, who will enjoy, seeing the sightsof
again -
They hall from Sebrlng 0., Tuesday, by Mr. Jefferson and their
Florida East Coast.' Mrs. Jerome Is still -Mr. Wm. M. Brown again went Into the above places while Superintend River View Hotel l,
fine building site Ina. charming daughter, Miss Sarah; and
ve bought a
at West Palm Beach. the woods near Tltusvllle\ Saturday, and ent Walker visits the scitoolsADDITIONA'LOCALS Uocklodgo .
they were accompanied by Mr. Thomas
Hotel Indian Klver.
Mrs. Drown and Mark were delighted to
-Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Heaton, of Jefferson, whose name Is becoming a will be foundon Hotel Plaza.
Snider, wife of Mr.T.A. Snider, see him return with so big a bag of fine, -
household word Van Winkle 8th New< Itocklodgo.
Sun-
Spruce street, Boston, were among as "Rip our page.Horse
ilthy tomato catsup mnufactnror, plump quail. If It were not for the law, ,
---- - ---- Melbourne Hotel Carleton.
day's southbound passengers, on their the character portrayed by his honored -
mnatl, was a passenger on Frl- Mr. Drown could keep some of his Ml. I Hotel Ilellevlew. I
to Uotel Royal Poinciana, 1'alm Father for a great many years. Mr. For Jteiit,
imthbound train, en route to her way ami friends well supplied with quail. Palm Beach-
si]x or seven weeks. Mr. Thomas Jefferson will spend about throe
Beach to spend -
winter home at Kobe Sound, The Mystic' jbrlners will meet In Jacksonville Beach Club Cafe. I I1I07nton
II I eaton was suffering fl om a bad cold in i weeks at Hobe Sound, but It will prob- Amply furnished, In Indlanola, Fla.
her several and Mr.
er husband preceded this (Friday) evening -
which doubt, will get a ably be six weeks before Mr. Chan. II. Twelve nix bad-rooms $100.00
In the throat, no rooms ( ), I'oynton hotel
go. Mrs. Snider had been a Brown will\ be on hand to walk the burn-
"knock-out blow" at Palm Beach. Mrs. Jefferson and daughter will join the for the season Knitbe piano, orange Miami.
rk sanitarium for nine weeks, Ing sands. By the time his Masonic
Heaton was as charming and full of vivacity famous Rip Van Wlnklecompany, which trees loaded with fruit ; small dock. The Gautler.Kuriilftlicd .
ring a severe knife operation( for brethren have "put him through his
as of yore, and she will make recently met with so great an ovation toJacksonville. Apply to Mrs. A. M. Grether, Indian
icitis but she informed the AD- paces, he will not feel like going quail
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Polnclana. : tho above did House For Kent.
new friends the Royal Sorry: party ola, Fla. It
E editor she was now quite well, many shooting In the woods of Brevard county
not stay over at Titusvllle, Tuesday, on -

roger than ever. Public Notice. to-morrow. their way to Hobe Hound, and renew old AMONG THE HOTELS' A seven room house to rent-furnished

FURNITURE-< DRY GOODS, SHOES. acqualntanceblp.Motor for light housekeeping. Price t-.VOO:!;

Land For! Sale. Souvenir Cards of
As Agent, I am directed to notify the per month.
Titusvllle Mont 'VRnt d. The AnvodATK Is on file at all the
public not to fish In Bird Lake or trespass ( For particulars, address.! ,
ores In Indian River Narrows; and best hotels In. New York city.
thereon, as It and adjoining lands Wanted- boat UD-ft J. II. WA-UEIC.
10 to !
a motor : long.
this U choice garden land. I and the State views. Where to stop along the East Coast. Tltusvllle Fin.Furitlalied .
taxable ,
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privateproperty, Give full and
res opposite Grant;,' part of thin are Orange wood postal cards. particulars price. See list of hotels. and boarding houses ---
tax duly paid theieon. Box 17 Tltusvllle Fla.
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flock JOIN HENRY' CIIAS. A. OABDXRH:! TmrsviLi-ic, FI..A. on 4th and 7th pages. Cottage For Kent.

I sell above In tracts to suit pur- Telephone 91.
2t Agent for Owners. Duck IIiuitliiK' Manager: J. V, Jordan, manager' : of the
Highland Park Cottages! at Kill Gallle\
Hotel. Indian River, llorkl e, spent
<'s in Bearing Orange Trees, one IMatioforte Tllnln Fla., overlooking Indian River, good
M. .14. Peacock, at Titusville I* pee- Wednesday In TItusville.
rthOf Tltusvllle. Orange; nod OrulefrllltVrallt. fishing. boating and hunting, short distance f
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Adolf M. Jaehde, the well-known and pared to take parties out for duck shoot-
O. F. PADDISOS, Take note, ol the, ad ut the Boynton to Ocean Bench, all new and nicely
Ing at reasonable rates. Correspondence
will be In
and pianoforte tuner,
Eau Gallic, Fla. We have a large stock of orange practical solicited. hotel, Boynton, Undo! county, Fla., on furnished, 4d> and 7' rooms each. Photos

grapefruit wraps, extra fine quality. Tltusvllle shoitly, to attend to the toning our 4tli pxge. This I Is w cosy home-like and full particulars application.

of Look out for him.
grapefruit wraps are extra heavy. pianos. Hull For Hale. place to
IValker Hardware Co. The Jersey stay. WM, H. RoRscir.

It pays to buy good wrapping paper. Otf Eau: (Jail I., Fla.
LUMBER A SUPPLY Co. Tiling You Need. Nearly full blood 15 months old, Mr. ltol>crt II. Borders, formerly chief .

lurry a full line of Shelf Hardware EAST COAST price, IJO.OO. P. G. Walton, Tltusvllle, clerk of the D'ival hotel, Jacksonville, -- ---

Loat everything else In our line. W. always carry a Full Line of the Fla. now holds position an ns l..tant manager Winter Home For Hale.

|>te making a special run on our Bargains In Heal Kutate. celebrated Keen Kntter Tools. with Mr. J V. Jordan, l lessee of the

If la need of a cooking stove, John Lucas Paints! la all shades, tints Fruit and Vegetable Hotel Indian River, "oc1de
Merritts Island, at Lotus, Merrltts Island, Fla.; 2J
range, oil stove or heaters of >00 acres of land on and colors.
'which is a fine residence and 2.;> acres Shipped' to Marx: Brothers, corner of The Casino St. Auguntln, under the acres-room: liouM.gnod dock and breakwater -,
d, be sure to call and examine on of Oil Heaters. The only perfect Oil
Grove. Bears litJOO boxes and Julia streets Jacksonville able management of Mr. A. M, Taylor,
k stock before bnylng elsewhere. In Orange Heater made U the Perfection; It will Bay ; orange, grapefruit, tangerine,

oranes.! Cash price 2,000.:! Beautiful Fla., always bring good result. Their U again open for the .e"on., and morn- king and kumquat trees, la bearing. One
bv: the prettiest lot of Toilet on Indian nlver. not smoke or smell. Wbeo you !get this 1

|hn! and Glassware, Includingt RI-'er 2t;(')) acre.Front. Hallroad i station' 00 laod. Heater you will not have the trouble facilities for handling Pineapples, Grapefruit Ing concert are given daily.\ Alreadythe of the) best )locations on the Indian Itiver.

snd Residence, Oranges and Early Vegetables cannot swimming pool and Turkish bathsare both Indian Bid,
and prettiest China and Glass Bearing Orsne! Grove you have been nsed to. Price, 14.30: ; 700ft. of river front on i

Ornaments Dishes Eto. will\ yield 20 per cent profit yearly each. be surpassed. This Is one of the doing a good business; and enter. Banana rlrers.

Fancy Price '10,000.D. JAS. FHITCHAHD Jfe Sox, oldest and most reliable homes In this tainmtnts of various kinds will soon be Address, Box 1'., t t f I
Itr: .Age.
\VALKEB HARDWARE Co.Tltueville L. OAUL Tituavllle. Fla. TUnsrtlle, Tla. state. Try them. ,In order In the Casino. The first of the 10-tf Cocoa, J'la.rtaa .

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2 This property Is owned by some of the f Electric Compan

and clearest known wtatlier. The Tanan TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. moat prominent and wealthy residentsof Standard ]
Free timbered the prevailIng -
valley In densely Boston, who come south to hunt every
Mason wood being r spruce, as la the calle -
Accepted elsewhere In Alaska. On the low, rol winter Jacksonville Florida.
Ing hill, considerable birch Is In evl. A Favorite Spot In a Favored The cool refiehhinn, healtb- Ivlog, .
from - --
dence mixed with poplar (a rare pn Secton-The Famous East ozone-laden breezes wafted across _

Indian No. 00 ductlon of Alaska: ), and In the low of Florida. the Atlantic Ocean and the Iroad bay,

ground I have found alder and wlllovAn Coast are one of the most enjoyable featuresof : FRED E. !LIJEn1I
.rftu.vlls e
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River regarda Fairbanks, I have to lay thin. phenomenal location. _

Florldn that I found It a thriving city. I est BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER "TThero;; area of primeval for f'; : .
Lodge. roughly, at 3,01people (() ON THE Is a large # .\.... :: : .
the population
.. and mute land beyond the northern,
HolilH or It.o rminlinir.-,. month.then In"on the, < .....rOft.r.o.i, and I would Imagine that at est and prairie of TI- -_= /W. .4' ---
buundailes
nnmliiy .r. 1pt
and western ;(!
Titus fill", at 7:91)'Mack: i>. II'. least twice thin number are scattere southern State Agent foi
Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise the advent of thethrifty /rml
111 ttwHl'Ing
tusvllle
"l Master existing
F.A. M"rgan. W mlMl,>' over the different creeks AUTOCARS and FR \ \KLllAIOTOH
JolinK. Wiilltir IGdirkl.lanlur, Bunlor Wunlnn., Warden mid surrounding the vicinity of thllt Down this Far-famed River. Huttlei to till the fertile soil, OLDS,

(llilllp J. K. Dnren.%V. 'IraaHiimrJ.I. . thriving nud well to do city. The newpapers Fine Fishing and Hunting whlrh now abounds In gamo.BHere( can BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGINES-

1'enney...(' rnitliorn. Rumor, HmrotaryA IMHI "". report a state of lawlessness 111 Tile town of Tltusvllle In. situated on be found quail, turkey and deer hunting stock. In the South . .
II. ",. Fairbanks, and I was prepared to lUeet ardent burtsnian.j'i: w-I; keep the laiRHl Write or call ,
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furry he most Horns. ?
suit I
<). II. nYRonluriRlawiird., . element. Very much to the l<'IIII'IJIEUlt Coast Railway, 154; & to U.tteilcM, ( oils, ));, n'11I10a, Lamps,
*. Sittnn. Junior Rtewanl.t . a very rough TltUHvllle has shelled stieets, olettliO ovdors receive prompt attention.
I M. t be miles south of Jacksonville( 115:; miles Pilc"s. iliiil
(Inil'lnlii. I found the city to a
Walkor surpriso,
.1.11. Mick
my several line .
1".A. Limluy. Tylur. most law abiding community. The city north of Palm Bench, and 212 miles northof lights, a reliable bank, live while 31.41 West Foisvlb Street. JACKSOyvtl! u. r|

authorities have taken matters well 1011 am I. The Tltuttvllle branch of the III'Orel<, a I5onrd> of Trado,

INDIAN JII\iU CIIAI'll.;It NI). In band and no holdups, saloon row defunct Jacksonville, Tampa & Key chinches, l.uga fisheries, a tanning extinct -

noY,\ AKCII MAttONS. or brawls of any kind are features I In Went Railroad now controlled by the and palmetto limo factory an Ice THE VEHICLE & HARNESS C(

Klvert-hniitor. Hovnt\ An-li MIMOInieuti the forthcoming city of Alaska-Fall Florida" EiiHt Count Hallway Co., also fctorlaw) and real estate ofllced, nn Fotsyth, and Cedar sts.

Incllnn the tlrnt W..(liio.'ii\ay of><"el>.iiiunth at tl, banks. The lawlessness reported frog thus Into the town-this being the ter opera house, a well-orgnnl/fd band an Corner FLOR1UA
Mnsudra'1'unq,10. time to time by the press Is purely an: club large and comfortable JACKSONVILLE:: -
Thn Inllnwlnlr I; I are the ..moa..r thin eliaptarM. : minal point of that branch. There are armory, shooting a
.R.' RnmN. Kxroll"t high 1'loHt. exaggeration and founded alone upo several trains arriving dally from Jacksonville hotel, overlooking tho bay, besides -
.1. n. Walker. Klnir.II. jealousy. numbtr of boarding houses In Our stock of . .
N. ,,",''rowa, HrrlhB. The creek lu the vicinity are eitniordlnarlly and Sanford during: the season. a ) CARRIAGES
*'.A. Wilm Morgan., Trails Raorutary.:rnr,. productive. Every Satin, As the county seat of Brevard county, .various parts of the town. WAGONS, BUGGIES,

oi"li.H. K. :. l'rllA'helt.' .r..r Royal Mont.Jxi" Arch. CAituln.| day night a long pack train comes Into It has a court-holso and a modern jail The facts as presented' should have a SUKKEVS 1RAPS, ROAD CARTS,

...HumlHW.Ala' ''.,11,10'( a.(Hrl.K-lp.1. Hnlourner.. the city loaded down with gold dust, building, with l'Iuelyover two or three tendency to dIrect the attention of miny HARNESS:: SADDLES, ETC., ETC., ETC

I',.N.A.Wader Htuwart. "bL Meternf"IA".r< Hnnimil Klrnt<1 V.J V. this same gold dust amounting oil nn Inmates. The population Is over 1,000. prospective visitors to our cosy town, in COMl'LETE-

K, M.Taylor' ':, Mi ,ti'"r.of Third V. average from one-quarter of a mlllloi Illness Is so rare, that one doctor In town making their plans for the winter. -IS NOW

J. I>. Flunk; Hnntlnfl.OKOKK to one-third of n million dollais. Think finds amplo time to act as Justice of the We have a floeMallonloHallI01.ltIl8vllle -

ST.R.II of thin vast amount of wealth! Pence and Notary Public, besides attending whets Indian River Lodge No. \DO, ::rr-Cnll: on us and you will find our prices will please you.

< OK EASTERN The country In the Immediate vleln- his medical while the F. & A. M., Indian River Chapter, l Uoy. -. -
to practice,
II I FrlonilHlil Clnpter. No. II I ,.holds HH ffi8t1tnlaIn / und wherever a site Is avallnbli
fly
b the 1\Inlo! Ledge| room, ntimvlllB.'' month on at S'IH t" and favorable bus been homesteader, other finds time to go hunting. al Arch Masons, Friendship Chapter No .......u 3 no: -

I, ant 'rilelifolloeuln11'urolithu ollluuni of thUhttptur find ull around you cuii sea cabins Here Is virtually the head of the 11, Cider of Eastern Star; and TIlUHvllle

: spring/ up, clearing1 made, all\ the nuclei SE>CnS: FC>:::EI.. PL.A.N'TXN'GI .
III,.. (I. M. Itiilihltm. W.. M. of the farms to be Instituted! tin -a r
.Inlm' It. Walker, W. I'
:
Mills r'alhellIe! Hum, AHMii'lftfn.M. near 1'uture.'IPro there is H doubas ( : :
mi MIH KaW Hmwnrt, cmiilnutriwit.IMlHH of Fairbanks Jet -
.
the
.|MHHI" Hunilorii Am,,i'Into t on. to prosperity Turnips-and Hula Dagns.I
{ M Inn/amllo Ru.warr'I're I. miner.IMw ., . aoiuo ono visit! the city und his doubts i I i Onion Sets-Bermuda and Peat I.!
,, I
KiMTHtary.Writ.
It. Wile .
.K.H. A. Morgan, Until.Mr will soon bo cleared.Two : Il Cabbage-best varieties for Florida Beans.
I ....l. II. Walker A'1" market gardeners ut Fulrbanki -/:1: ? j fall No. Rose and TI'lumph.I .
))1 M. A. Hiirhiiin-oiir' "Martha.Mr Seed Potatoes-for ,
Mm.
These to
...l. Ivllno, fc.it:. .ir.Mr have each a greenhouse. are ) I I Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
...J. l>. HiinHt.l.lfUiilinn. I . force whatever the market demands 1 Poultry
(' . II. Wuluin, Wanlur.J them cucumbers and tomatoei
Piintlnul, Among
hp L.f'arruthur", (
H. It %Vlla nl. Miirnlial.oc have a great Hale. The latter fetch $1 I L C7 11't >GRON. sooca.sxxi.cm: : : ,

liD"! M. UoliblllH, Vh."I"III, apiece., and the former sold early lithe = l 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.We .

BOU'SOII at the same price but whet \.
TITl8\II.I-K: CAMPNO. 141, I I there they were selling at th:' +':
wm 3a b-f--C3= at.fwElf= : II3a: aC} r3C3-+CA
rate of $3; per dozen, and for numerouc _
other commodities) there Is always at ---- -

I Qr open market. Most of the small gar. yrfrra' 'Bali ? / OD.S"\:1.ro..ers: : !

less la the front of the dwellings an
tOA
brilliant with flowers of every concetvable

Lv hue, and all around are small gar Ar f wrr caFfiCE 4, raft' : Your: AttteID.tiozz: : Please:E :
lens full of vegetables.

I I took time to visit the famous Hoi sell Groceries at WJIOLESA1
SpiltigH homestead nix miles from the you
Mnrti every ttrntnnil third Monday In each miles from the mouth
ruimnu, eighty Gr
Price List.
month ut 7:ilO l>. m., ch.rp; at the Mammlu4'nnfliil Prices Write for our
1'0"1'1. of the river, near linker creek. It 1>1

<<: CommanderAdvlmir .. ..... .. ...A.Penney Indeed a most: wonderful place. A
Lluiitiinnnt' ,. .... ... .. ........J.It.WiukmV stumbled It money saver.
Hunker . .. .. . .\ .K.Wulkei prospector upon some
}I 1itoortOerk: .. ..... . .. . .. ..., /i Mwnilavllla ihreu years ago and remained, deciding ,
.... . .. .. '. .... .,1.1,.('HtTiitlmn homestead
W"wh."o.. .. .I.N.Waller to take up a Including
!1, gentry... ... .... .. ..... .. ,1 .n.hnniH; tho springs. He cleared about half n -,. The Enterprise Grocery CO"Jt
{, ... . .. ..... --
Ulrooton... .,. ... .... I'.wtlHon which Is at present plant "
dozen ,
" It 11 t'ylosaud H,J Norton acres, I TIIEADVOCA'l-E NEVVSPAPKU ANL: JOB I'lUNTLVO: OFFICE I
., Call1pJ'by.lolan..... ..... .... ...... K.:.K.Kollinn Eil with all kinds of garden produce,, -- ----- -- ------- --- ---------- -- ----- -- _-
' Indian River, and the favoitte point Camp Florid
attunil Mm niootliiKii.AGRICULTURE (
tho )laud around, so as to enlarge th .rxLekPoItvueq -
.
. fitting out and stattlug of numerous meet tegul.uly.Tho
urea for use In cultivation. There arc
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' i ii three or four hot springs coming from cruising) parties timing our balmy winter EAST COAST ADVOCATE 1* published - - -

i- the base of neighboring rounded bills months; as everything necessary to comfortably every Friday morning, xnd by a & O'Harea

; imd a number of seepages of warm equip a pleasure yacht' can here glance thioush advertising culutnos Hodges : ,

Tu1Nc crA enter scattered over a considerable be obtained at the most reasonable prices. you can easily' see who are the prominent ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
.1 ireu. The ground all around is warm, This\ is evidenced by the fact that, melchlnlll of our t.tIYnmcobo

I f; DY (AT e SSf a life! warmth being probably caused by the sumo pull"8 have been coming here am up-to-date cltUeus, and! who ate (taking R CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMB!
\underlying surrounding hot rocks,,
BU511it 1 annually for many winters for that purpose : for your patronage./ Read the a ftt. on Droestd
which produce a natural hotbed. Theroprtetor
of this wonderful proposl- In preference to any other point evoiy'pnre( very carefully. Orange Box pleads, Fruit and Vegetable\ Crates MouldlnRS, Shingles,(I
Sample copies of tho ADVOCATE will located Buffalo Bluff, Fl.i.: Wiite us for prices delivn
lou has started to send to market all I along the East Const Mills and ollice at "
I1 l !. .Lj free to of Canada and of the :Mate. Address: Hodges O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff,,
y.? ti dn; "ln. of produce at least one montheforo : To the south ease of Titusville is the be sent, any part to any part .
1I 1 any of his. neighbors. Ity tho : wide sweep of salt water bay (about six the United! States upon application. = - -

fourth of July he had In splendid con miles In width), formed by the waters of IF[ YOU 'WANT A...

I \ lltlon green peas, cauliflower, cabbage, the famous Indian River Here fishing) ,
\r HUN Stood the Test 25 Years.
new potatoes, beets, onUna, carrots, wild duck shooting, sailing and lowing

I .>to., all ready for the market at Falr- can be Indulged In to the heart's content The old original GROVE'S Tastclcus,
where sold at from 40 toM
ranks, they Lot
iridlrlduul I of the roost fastidious sportsman. Chill Tonic. You know what you are .Building
cents per pound. That lucky -
in direct taklnac. It Is iron and quinine a tasteless ..
1l tile owner has a proposition I On the ocean beach, nearly a ;
t i t way ahead of a gold mine because It line east of Tltusvlllo, Is Canaveral Club, form No cure no pay, 50ot at the

ivlll never be worked out. surrounded by over 10,000acres of land Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusville Fin or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

I IN ALASKA In conclusion I must say that if my 1------- ______ __ ---- -.- - ---- - ----- --- ---- LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
convictions as.to the possibility of ogIculture -
( In Alaska had any need of PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GAR

i I >elng strengthened all that I saw on The Ocklawaha Nurseries.Do Ve probably have for Hale Just what you are seeking.
What Professor C. C. Georgeson his trip would certainly convince me If
Settlers are Hocking In but still there is rcom. J'|
hat Alaska has a splendid agrlcultur
Thinks of Its Possibilities. al future. looking this.way, drop a line to

not sell trees cheaper than they can be had from other nurseries, but JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Pre-Ide.

The death of' Sir Henry Irving re- there is" certain amount of protection for Florida growers, who want to produce ,
A SPLENDID FUTURE PREDIOTED
doves almost the last link between the a first-class fruit in buying: trees! from us, Ton. they can get Just what FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

modern and the classic, days of thL2nKllnh they order from us. ST. AUGUSTINE. I

'j t, TKn.uj> Country Said .u Bo Particularly : speaking stage, When Irving Pndtivplv Is wbalau want| and you "nnt tlietn
Trees True tn
I Sullnl For AKrlcuttu 1nrpo eun ho bad for models at home the ruiiuicij i'fliuc--tocome,0ouaflrgtclaggconalt0n, | >

.e.. Snair
Bv Hr.er.ed For I1sp.I'.ntal 8ta. Anne Kemhle and Macready.In BUD, and GOOD ROOTS.

: lion -"'brio "'II' Market Gardener this country the elder! tooth had Our trees have all of these Rood points In their favor,iu fact, they are justus I

r. at r*.lrbi Hk.. lust passed away but Forrest and good M SCIENTIFIC METHODS OF CULTIVATION AN U DRAGGINGdown

[)ucnport were ut the height: of their the best.
FERTILIZATION CAN MAKE: THEM. They are
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In an lntt>rlcwUth Troft-ssor C. C.
, info. Edwin both Barrett, Adams, is flee. Won't
" Goort'OHoa ha kindly gt\\'" us the following .. Our new, Illustrated Catalogue, with valuable cultural ,notes pains Ire a symptom of the most serious trouble which ca|:
Warren Gilbert
Bnn.. Lester Walluck -
facts! nbotit Alaska, says the and Mrs. Gilbert were hU chief you write us for it ? attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this, general!)j

Sltka Alnskau: Vmerlcau contemporaries and have all O. 'W'. O'OXXZXOXT: : : : : Prop. come Irregular painful, scanty or profuse periods wasteful, weaker

; rursuitut to luntructlons from the ilepartiucmt : leparted before him. TANGERINE, FLA. Ing drains dreadful backache, headache nervousness dlzzlntssrt\ "\

of ugrlculturc I took stouiu- -- ._- tablllty tired feeling, inability to walk, loss of appetite, color u:
cr to the Tnuana, Btori>lntf over at
Tbe 1X Wet whom the Germans rerently beauty. The cure la l
Falrlmiik.i! 207 miles from the mouth. arrested In Southwest Africa for ,Las Stood The Test 25 Years

Thither I traveled several days throughan
F dotting rebellion Is nephew of the
excellent country. Every feature WINEOF
I- llHtlugulshed l Boer general, but should
was grand In the extreme. I therefore Grove's
./ lot bo Identified with the young De CARDUI
UocUltxl to make 1't'8t'r\'lt*lon of a certain
t 'Vet who visited this country during
tract, well milted for the purposeof
of agriculture, almost mldwny h..twt'l'nClltma the hoer war. This. hut De Wet claimxl .

mad KiilrlmnkH. .\ survey of to bo n nephew of the general hoseaumo Tasteless Chill Tonic,

over two sijunri' tulles dcvelopevl a tine he bore He was killed about 171'nr \, Woman's Reliefthat

display of If\)''''. Houutl Bowtux: land ago in fouthmerlca..
and 1 rwommeml that tills hind lie : I No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cents.
I marvelous, curative extract natural of herbs whlC:
roworMxl and shall certainly suggi'st -- --- -- or essence ,
that such nMcnatlon be mode by order ulnae Inanranr For Mtneri. 1iOlE exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female crgars l

of the president for nu cxuerluieutulstation. Stipulating that the mines shall note : IIONlYA1'mTAR fOIUSKIDNiXCUREI Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stwf!!

> hut down for the employees to nt- I 'a, onlldren.af.. aura Ma opiate. Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place.It .
.
_
The whole of the Tanana country end tho funeral of any worker a Cnu - - --- --
t is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints.
.
seems to be particularly putted for agI ot large Independent coed operators in

I 'rlcaltural purposes. From observations 'iVllkesbarre, I'"., recently agreed wIth

, I note that the Tanaua valley U. warmer heir employees, says a Wllkesbnire I Cards and Invitations SUFFERED AWFUL FAIL

I and In fact carrier a higher temperature I!'pedal dispatch. to the New York Visiting In womb and ovaries "writes.\11

throughout the year than the ''World, to pay to the family of each your Bake of Webster Croves>"

Yukon or Copper river valleys. There nine worker killed or dying as a resultf I via (la Tenn."I) my menses! were very p' r'
aro In reality no high mountains In a mine accident $30:\ ami at the rPIUNTED AT- dress: Since taking CUJ0..]
. X those\ peaks. clad with the whitest (ach laborer CO cents-a total death r.oogs, as I did."
winv pure sntelllte of the Alaska Benefit of about $:.T\<10 for each stricken I THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

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BAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE. FLA. JANUARY l9, I90fi.fess3ion.al 3

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> Cards OPEN DOOR IN CHIN! The Walton\ I Mason M.: : Clark Co., i 4; .



EO.: M. ROBBINS, Commission Merchants, ..
Chinese Minister Tells Why We Self-Locking b I '
AND COUNSELOR
TTORNEY Lose Opportunities There. 110 M17UKAY STKKET: NEW YORK'I
AT-LAW. jl

| practice In State and United States Tackle Bloc!
(Court. SHOWS HOW EUROPEANS PROFIT: I

I. Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples
Office at TiruaviLLK, FI.A. T A ,

Sir Clientuuir Liana Chen In !Spa.. ,
first-to the '
6' at
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L. GAULDEN, average al PlttuHarir. Trllsj -m.rl..n. ThiE

E eye-but think of after- ..*rjr <.bln... ,lultur to Iluroillecomea .. AND> AI.I. SOUTHKRX VKdKTAIU.KS OUR SPECIALTY.P. .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ward. nn Atlvnnce Agent 1 1Manner. Fc .

[ I practice In a.1the Courts of the Foricta ))1 and W.r.. of That C"I1- j

.and the United State Courts. Lucas n.ftt.plaln. I<..N. of Ir...Mtltf... R\alilman cfe Co.

Bo Box, 235. TITUSVILLK. FLA .
The Chinese minister, Sir Chen ;;
a Ml;! 1Vi ehingtun 1St. I NEW: YORK:
PaintsTinted Liang Chcutr cppiiking on "The Com-:
J. WEBB Murray: Street" { N. V.
taerclal Relation Hetwreu China 1 attLo I _ ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ( Gloss) United Stuto.s"' nt tho recent dlu.ni 11.11.I

'ill practice In the Courts of tho 7'iiiit of the IMttsburn chamber of romuicrc .
for non-retiiden are made to wear. Theygo TAT : Oranges Pineapples i
Taxes paid Y which con<'l\111tl1 the founder') corcin ,
collected.
rents and accounts farther, have a richer Riles of tho t'lirtH'glo Institute. saki: :

SVILLE, FLOKID. gloss and color- "I can hardly say that the Amerlcn and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

people have made the most of their op-| r
and hold it than Q QI
D. PENNEY, longer l>ortunltle In China."Tliere \V> represent IIOVl'I'lll) of tho largest liippor In your State, and wink to represent .

other paints made. was 11 time when the Unite I 0''
any I you ali (>. live UN n trial shipment IlII\blllOhcl1: 30) years
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Wisdom" States occupied a much better posit
"Pound says I J'
FLORID. lit the China trade than It does uov .

'sVILLE Lucas Paints. Ships ifs lug the Auierlcnn flag used t to
practice In all the courts of the 7th r
Judicial Circuit. Ask your dealer. be, seen nt every treaty port l-'lrs!

went the American flag; then grnduu >r
John Lucas & Co
1 ly followed one after another the olUK'rciuitlle HEYsNER
MRS::) E. ANDREWS,
Philadelphia eMtabllHhmentd tlilit bad. tor .

ATTO RXE Y-AT-L\W, ;years! upheld\ the Atnerlciiu natnu In I 010 1 1I

far east. The grout house of Russell .&
Judge of St Lucie County. Sohl byJulol rrltcliir! ...STltnsF'flle Son. I II I
ninty ."In.. Co. was the last to go. Tho (allurethat of IVID. I
BALTIMORE
Four PIKIICK FLA.. - -- ------ house, was each a heavy blow t to

tho commercial prestiKO of the Uulti & PRODUCE .
FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE COMMISSION FRUIT ''
States that the effect of It In Htlll feat I
E. FOSTER
-EIMIKX
the present day. No serious'" effoi! !, RELIABLE, PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. .

ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpchurch IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND has been sluco made to recover tlle I I HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, DAL TO'I MC.1
DADE COUNTIES.
Building, .7"X.: ground thus! lust. I I '
LAND FOR SAL, ht. Lode and Pad ,, \:
this y
for Been -
"There Is u good reason ;
jACK80 vrt.i.R, FLA. counties. DoKCilption, ot land: Weiitf 1 l
---- of northeast \4: and wont 1i1' of pout] Ins Indifference on the part of tho I.l'\'I': A m.IIt! \ \) 151(.

east l;(, sec 10, towimlii. U-J:J !, range 3\1.\ Americans to their great opportunity

GENERAL DIRECTORY. 1(11( 20-100! acres, St. I.ucle county in the orient. They have been no I 01cupleil -
Weet J IQ of northwest $4 and west IV home that they have bad liD M. Lane & Son 4
of southwest k, t.cc. .M5: townnblp. ::1.1:: at Is claimed to be the Finest Tackle ,
U.8. SENATORS.I'thaferro. JaoVsonrlll.Mallory range 3i\ Kit acres Hr. l.iicle county; time for things abroad.' The domes shock Iu the 'World To see It Is to buy ;
f sniithensli If, see. 3, all their energ'
..rensaool. Northeast % <> market bas engrossed It. NEW YOKK. '
township :'H I Hiiiith. rungu" 41 oar ; end attention but the industrial exptu Thousands, of them In use tl'.roughoi ( '
U. 8. COSORE8SMEX.: cloHo to U. K Wniid'H pineapple pine lie I North. tend testimonials fro III
.. .LttkeCItSpnrkmnn of the country deems to have now A.'Fruir.Fa :
.K Lamar' ,.,..... ........... ...:Mcmtlcefl; TAIIIIIII : tittlon county on He. I.ix-Ie liver; 10 itcretD.ule reached don the limit of home colbsumptkThere .. hose who UHO t.hem.'fhlsIOl"I.bohllnlt block. ,Is made In varnus Southern Producee

U. S. LAND OFFICE. Also, the north-.nat 1i} of northoncf can be no restriction of prolnc.tlol1. slinpe and M/.OM, of WOOD) JHIIS ,

Chubb. ......... ......... .... ....Regiat } Dec. 18, toiviihliip 3s; Month, niDK which would only mean ludustrlii and HKON/K' Will work equally. well .
Least Kouih toil it of St. Lucl and retroRresHlon. A foi .iih chain or wire f }.
ltxhi anon.Kecelve 4 jon; stagnation! rope, rope. Comrss.iccion.: :tMIoroho.c.tc.: : : :
Offices at Gainesville Florida.. I'lvel'10; act on, 1)1\11"I county elgu market must ho found for American Will work nt any height: upside 110\\n.l '
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Apply tll %V. A. HALL, hiuarr. 1". goods. luiilzoutally. or At uuy nngii-, and I e l III

loon H. llrowiird. ..... ... .........Gove'nnr.IllY : .. "There Is no doubt that China. in JUP t .top and lock at any point.) FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. . ,
Crawford. .Sooretary of Htati.Know Invaluable for every kind of bimliiohwlieie
,.. . ..Trea uroiEllin Heal Estate Ilnrgttius.Nice the market required The America: block Is needed fiei uently HIIIus )!
I. ........ ,.. ..Attornoy-Uener at least has tipared t 110 a Stencils Cards and our quotations fiirnlxliod on application. 1 )
government the labor of one man or mOI'e.Not.hlnjt .
ComntrolloMiLin well _
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Croora 8 ----- -- - ------ ,
cottage;
.oC. -room <-- - - -- -- -
: estatlUhuient --- -------- .j
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... ,Oommlsulonor Aprrlmilturi. located, la Tltuovllle . . . $1200 diplomatic efforts to secure the like It for hanging or strotclng IIIJE

1 Rolloway..Supt.l'nbliolnatructkdtord .. .. .. Genec 12 hand and House, of the 'open door' policy I InChinn. : wires. "1
R. .Foster .AdJutaot- acres .A.1"\.TnTE: : TI-J: i
Bradford........ .... ...8iirvejor-f enora. part set In Orange; Trees In The recognition of this! policy All blocks fit tod with the Il\moua )[ ::

,Hose Amos.. .. .. Examine Clieiulu! lS.ui Jiillle . . . . . . . . 700( I OIl by all nations concerned Is a triumph 1VALTON.VINToN UOI.LKH: UKAKIXI.: fllONIC ala I'.NTAIH.I-IIIKII;" '' 1"""' 'II,\.

Offices at Tallahassee Florida. 3D acres Land nearly: Jj J, American diplomacy It may now W1IISICI1, AVINICH, TINY ANI MHANIHICS.: i1'
LEGISLATURE: Mile Klver Front 0 miles be regarded as nu e tubll hed principle Address all communications to the .
FLORIDA north of Eau (Jullie\ . . . . 400 I 00 law as applicable to Lemp's Boer. I
..eenattOhu.tead of International
Miami
.
lliulfton
1'lerce.. .. .Represen t..tlve.. 20 acres River Front at the :Motiro Walton Self-Locking Block Co Express Prepaid. I'er t>oi.Falntaff ,
Fort Hardeevtlle .*. 400 O21tf I far eastern questions us \ nwasura. 4 0 (its Wits li"..r.. . .. .... ... .......... .........*1 Ul
SUPREME: COUItT JUDGES doctrine Is to purely American queatlona. 1"111"llart Extra; Tula .. ...... . .. . .. .... ..... ..... ..110 -j
......... ... ... ....Chlef.Ju.tlee. D. L. lAULiKN!: Agent, bo remembered that (Incorporated.) 11 tuiUn g ('llIh RyeNnlHtu. .. ... ... .f'1 H/I/ f 4 (III '7 INStandard, 1 . .. . . .... .... ........... ...s..l no .,
M-vbry.......... .... .Associate. Justice ritusvllle, Fla. hut It must .Atlnntlu( Aw fiiiinry (<>.., ... :t IK) 4 :U.I 7 Mull extra dark' ... .. .. ....,. ... .. .... I1II :;..
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Carter and Wareroom, .... .
)fllce .. . //1 \lt 4 /Ml II Ml' I '1
tile 'open loor mean open competition \f"'lCra'" lIyo. ohiirKxr, ... .. .. ..... ......... 'J IK)
Kowe's Wlituf Klovated: Htiitlon.I10STOX Manila's"44" .. .... .. ... a "ft A no i* mi "ll..rt..l ..
survive fuar Kye Iliiim Ala, ... ............... ,... aminliieM ..I'.
the
For Stale and leaves tho law of 1'\.II1'lIrnl'o.' . .. . 4 (HI 0/111( I H 'IKIa Hiouw .. .... .:
RAILROAD).COMMISSIONERS.inn : Fine Property Then: : MASS 1I1..1r.I WhlHlnvI'tiuch .... ... .... . 7t II.H. II no ( pint* .. . ., "..... .. 'I'M 1'1
II. Browne, chairman.Key Weslulnon of the fittest In full operation. llramlv.' ... . ..... . .. :.371111"1 u MI Jugs Froo-Not f'11AI'I"ullrallly
'. Durr. Rivet. nre active competitors already In the< OWNERS OF THE CKLKBHATKD . . ,. . ..1 Tit eta( /III'( .' 'tJ
.llryan.. ..KlmlnnuHf Two nice cottages adjoining; each have to take their JI,1I811IlIn| | .. .... ... . . :llI/t 4 ilA: T Kit Prepaid. "
Dunn, clerk .. ....,.:MUlionkiliuartera other In North Titunvllle\ with an ucn: tleld and Americana WALTON-YINTOM ROLLER BEARING. 'Iniievn flln.... .. .. .. . ... 9 711 ft IHI II Ml IIIt.no |>.r Isl.ttye, flln. Corn. <}Rind Orada.W4. '
and offices at Tallahassee, Fla. of hammock and five acres of rich mud Llmiiee with the rest. Nn.tItI..I'uro. . .. .. . ...9! M 4 INI "M'( : . |..r IJi.1.-H>''', Din, Cora, Hum. Flue 'i.
i of Mivuntiiln Cornlainnlra .. .. .... ..3 Tit B IKI ,It /Ml, I
CIRCUIT COURT. land, suitable for truck farm. Good "Iu this competition the people KillnVlutifortl .. ... .......:'J Wl/ M T :Kita / .9540"|i..r .r 8.Jones Tltnuvllle ....Circuit JndirtJonus. >. river front. The larger cottage has three< Europe: have resorted to all availabUDiethods : Kuni . ... . Tit B IKI u /no, for the inoiiey.W .
Orlwnde.Prosecuting Attorney ... .... .. .. .. .. 111I (Ml u no .. 1 1KlnlC
sleeping rooms and a servant's room 111 to advance their Interests. .OOON000. II rape Hrnnilv /a :|. MI per I .1.- 41" Ityn. I'narli and Allis .
March. .
grintc Term-fourth MOIlIII1In: IN000000000000 "r Kunt'iicky' llnnrliuii. ..a Tit B mi u /All llrauily.. Mellowed by AIr".
all rerm-Fourth Monday In October. Lairs; and parlor sitting room dining They welcome all Chinese student :' re, "Hlmrry nr Angelica. ,. .. ....\\111<1 a T8 TOO .4 on per lnl.-.Vhitorlu Itje, Social Drops I l
BREVARD COUNTY: COURT. room and kitchen helow. The adjoining who come to enter their schools am .iMnrtinwnt, Allowed on all Koodrt of name prloe., Iye. Mndiclnal. (uullty.. r .::

Penney......... ............County JixtKlaiiltlen "_ cottage has two sleeping rooms anrvant'a "Dd universities, they encourage Chlnesi i[ JOB J .
( .Prosecuting Attorney > room in second story, ... 1140-11I5K Vest Ailiinif" Ht. .Jacksonville Vln.!
Stewart:....... .: . ... :...County Clerk; lilting room, dining room and kitchen merchants to visit their country,wit am _ ___ __ _ ____ h _ __ __ _ ___ _.__
')>ring! Term Term-SecnndMonday_Second, Monday In InAU May.{net. below. Large; brick cisterns to both they treat Chinese travelers : :
-mn.er
ill Term-Second Monday. In November. Adapted for a nice winter Friendly consideration.
Inter Term-Second Monday In February. jomo. 'But It baa seemed good to the Unit i i MalloryLines

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. Apply to GEO. M. RonniNS, States to adopt a different policywith ,

Walker. Superintendent.TltunTlllewr Tltusvllle, Fin, the result that all Chinese of the _

-&. B. Arnold, ]M.il Cartertfurnbull.: ..l> r R. E. Minis: leslrable class have for years; pant en I. PRINTING;
Honaventure; J. A. Trtko Notice tOne savored to avoid the American shore i'
PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: is much as possible. The consequence SPECIAL
Wat. Rar
THlnian
\.,Conkllng TltuDTille chairman Jobn R. Miot, Jnillauoia.; of the handsomest plebes! on Met a that every Chinese: who has. been li:
Wooten Cocoa; ; T. J. Cockshutt, Laiil'ar rltt Island known as "The Wigwam," Europe becomes on his return to China: : and most thoroughly equipped pimnunger steamships on the coast.

; e. sessions are hold first Monday in eacb longing! ; to ilrs. Eva J. Blair, of :New in ardent admirer of European nieth'da : er.' ) . Of ALL KINDS: . i -NO OVXHCnOWDINU-

n. fork, Is for sale or rent, launch furnished.house Aten > and institutions, while every Chi- .AJ'll "TATKKOOMS AUK I'OSITIVELY OUARANTEEDonthese 1

BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.Jndg ; room cottagewith painted. ant lee", who has been in the United State\ : EXECUTYU. IMPORTA'NT tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths
all
newly UN no
,, laundry .hips, /
.Venney,Tltusvllle;....... jew : Blair hll8just has only a sorrowful tale to tell on hlfl .
Oaulden Tltimvillej;.Pros Clerk Atfy three; acres In grove Mrs. dollar Inputting of American Inhospltallty. 1 I (ir the Hunting capnnlly of Dining/ Malls, thus Insuring all pnnHengers Indlvldiworvlco '
,Tint.vllle.County novel al hundred return
Stewart
spent
McMillan, Han Uallle..Tix..,. Oullaotor.Henry AnseHior. the place In perfect repair, lay ueutlon this merely as a matter offl1ct. : CllEVPLY, i and attention

Hall. Tltusrllle, Tltnsvllle..... ........Treasurer" gnat flower beds, new break water not In criticism of the govern- I'ASSKXOKUS: LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FJUDAT. .
IValker 'Tltusvllle. ...Superintendent and board walks, ail round the hoiiHC, neiital policy of the United States, butJUJlt i ARTISTICALLY, .s ,
...touDt8urveyor. winter t Hchedula of Ships In Florida Tlme.-Unlon; ,
Krles, Tltusrllle.. !SheriffNorwood 10 that any one wanting.a lovely to show bow Europe wins an ad i (See t

.Brownrltnavllle, TltueviIe..Reglettatlco} OfllcerTITU8VILLK or all-year-round home will do well toout rauce agent where America turns: i and with DISPATCH:
COUNCIL. this article out for reference. customer."I llIrf LOWEST HATKS-TO: NEW YORK AND>> Ar.I.I'OIN'I'H NOKTI1 '
TOWN >>way a possible '
and L. W. BLAIR, Merritt, Fla. : dellglittul PAYLIOIIT MAIL: through the
Address, Including
':. Rollins,mayor. ; VanWorley.marshal am pleased to note the announce i eele( e. .
.,Hector It. It.rylee clerk.1. R.and Walker treasurer F. A,. ncnt by Iresldeut Roosevelt of achauge e.e erel.i : KA1IOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
Henry tax assessor; Deed.
in,J. I. Carruthers. W. H. Hranntnn and1'rltchard Application for Tax : of policy 111 ,hla regard withtbe i
counCilmen The council moet. view of giving the Chinese what' I. OUR STOCK OF JIL, i Through tlokeU sold to all northern point. For full Information legardliig at

'uesday TITU3VILLH. In each BOARD month.OF TRADE tnllcr Section 8 of Chapter.&IIM8.* La...of FloridaVTOTICK be Ise expressively calls 'a square deal.' raotlooM otTert-il !ty"o other line; diagrams.. reservatlns, tlckms, etc., apply toARTHUR

I.J.Rohblns,president. |J.Meets M.Dlxoo second, tre.Wed-... pun-bMier l. herehy of Tux given CertifIcate that I'eter No. HM. Nelm.n., date,1th. LOU" may be assured friendly that advance China ontbe hieady i . STATIONERY . i W. PIE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonyllle Florida,
U. Heat secretary. L has IIle.l.ald to meet any
their rooms. .. /ISth day of June A. l> 1110. IS CO Il'r.ETE.
month at
night In each .
T certlncata In my oltlue,and lee m ila apl.lIcation part of the United State more than : --

Bald'for tax cerillleare dead to tuiiiie enilinii'eK In acrnnlunce the following withIILw. lalfway and I hope that the only i YOU AUK INVITED tI 3JL cSc 0 0
BLOCKS, has long o 2313:: S. IS 11 "CT .
USE OLD STYLE e crll-oit pm|' rty ltuate<( In Frevaril County use< of difference) which so (
the best Self-Lock- rl.la. tow I t II.oC understanding be.tweeu TO INSPECT JT. i ii JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
en you can buy ) ) Hercl..II'.addition to Tltmvllln, Section llsturbed the good I .1 AIT. lUll w. H.yst.,
5. i i
nearly the same( {
at be
Tackle Blocks will soon
: Towimhlp aa Month, of Rang.85 Ea t. the two countries
ce. Now In use In the United: ,.'he.atJ I"1 being a..eimml at the I date of the I tI.
Department, of such corUScate In the name of amicably adjusted. ;
iteg and Navy Renee 1l1ff
Army hall lie re- Interest to Amerlnns i i
l'nl M said certlltrat "Of far greater
office,
:amine them at the ADVOCATE Jnknown. lI"ell will l.o..etber..on
!
law. tax
to whlehthe EAST
aocnrdinit undertaking Furl Ts.
'..ugville.NTKD iMtineil the Uth day of February A. 11 lixw.Vltnran Is the great e'.le'
on oinclal signature and neat tliU the Chinese' government has only falrY '
\ my LI'.1
h day "I January. A. U. '1'.I\TJoWART. of grtdlronlng the empire
MANUFACTUR- IJ I" ; ) A. begun i ii hrxvluss
-BY CHICAGO nClrrnaCuurt. i 2P
( together
.. ,
anilvliat China proper
) !! of trimtworthlness Clerk: circuit/ court \ nrEWART.I'.rCla.I with railroads. COAST : I
familiar with local territory as us- 12-3 liv u. A.. with :Manchuria In of about the size

'orrnaneni t In branch odlne. SalarylIla No Investment paid week-re- f the United State You have about /
ponltlnn. Tr
I.; revlon experience not ementlal to .OOOOOOOONNONOIF SO.OOO: miles of railroads In the country i ii
i ADVOCATE t' I
I nlf. N"
Mal ieger! liranche., Como Block\ ,Chicago.Mak \ . and are constantly adding to this ,
manse) mileage.!\ With five times the

.. .. opulatlon of the United States and QTS, r6 QT ,

& bout the name extent of territory the i PRINTING OFFICE. i 4

YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE *. el bteen provinces of China and thIree I 4
Cr "
?1 P f
bare .
L COPY OF THIS PAPER JIT [>l'o"lneelof Manchuria Railroad ..NOONOOONOOOOOON00000i //1 i t '
.
nly'1.COO miles of railroad 1 J1 ;, II

: IS TO- .* building has a great future In China."

In coocluslon Sir IJan Cheng said:
*
: LET YOU KNOW THAT The national control of railroads Is .
.
WOULD LIKE yOU TO $ problem which the government of

cor Whoa*a yleM your of lunar quantity p>anl and l WE China as well an that of the United ? aZtt 6UAT lw ijw ; 19

Ferry Quality.a. th y war. the brat on the : BECOME A sUBSCRIBER.S' Btate* has to solve. Perhaps some ofus EI,

market per,but stno they Vi'i have ar two. .xpvrut ImprovIng lainw here will lire to see a great many fffBANK DEPOSIT .4 ... 1

.r and T.tc.tabl *.**! .. .. 'Ittiburffs rise from the bank of thoM SOeAJUU ....r'i'.r M.I ota Tak.. S l-I
I Me Pw.mlfutly fIIa.
raud,Seed tn.toul.ppti0aob.Ann.l I tr earns wbowe waters swell the floods 8OO FHEH COURSE! tl

I. M. rCRRY CO.. Detroit. Mick. .. .. of the majestic Yangtze or the dettrne- 0QI4lAiAM- A Bush.acardat 11 cotta Cost.[.cant.,MMo Quirk*.U. A entii fortbe, PalMt Brewing

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TITUSVILLE, FLA. JANUARY 19, 1906
COAST ADVOCATE. -----
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4EAST JAMES. PBITCHABD. President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-pt

WINSTOS S. BBANNiwa, Cashier


: COAST ADVOCATE. SHE HAD-EVIDENCE. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN


: EVERY FH1PAT. They may grant; divorces in the
PUBLISHED Dakotas on what seems to easter- I

Entered at time 1-ontofflce at TltuM IH Florid' ners rather easy terms. But it Is Buckwheat COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

a. MCimd-clam matter.CHIBLRS apparent that the recreant lover Authorized capital, $100;

WitTon. Editor Jt PubllsneA . cannot readily disregard his prom- Paid up capital, - $25'
H.
isee. A traveler who returned Average deposits, $20c

....!.T JOOMIAL D TOT.D TO TII8 D lOPHEMT from that region tells this : "I had( Cakes

Or A"D TB BI.. IHDIAS Y"R AT BIT..OTIO B. LAKBWOBTH ".. settler stopped to at get the a cabin drink of of water K Dakota, and Transacts a General Ban'''


r DUcontlnuan of wlTtn. mum be made. .per when the man hotel brought it tome r'r Business

at thte office "r l'y ..rIU..It.Dbeck with his own hands he asked :
n.ity
Stranger docs It happen that you 14f ... th Royall "+4"i r, a s R t Largest, and Oldest Bank on the:: .

,etc.,may be made payable to CBABtK are a lawyer?' 'No. I don't happento .a.ll.JP..C .\J."V: : :
bought and sold Exchange pw
% WALTON.puhliNher. be one' I replied. 'I was goingto 1 ftt-i. Srtl; N sit .
.
j that gal Mary has {? t Countries
|rr- In writing t.> the AnvwiATK for Inform.. say to you my suit hand, B' .. : Powder t' appreciated. Troinp 1 '
ul.l mo by enclose) breach of promise on th ( 1 L'Atronaffe miw
a
e ngklnrltkewriurwill favor eonNty <
tlon ol 13 : treatment,and iW1,
of ever '
Ings tampeil-aildreminil envelope.BOHTOV and! ask you what you thought v w gem 'lad

--- -- -- --------.. it.' 'Has she letters to prove a CORKESrONDENTS: !
'
l.rani-li lIoo.on k1 007t
orriCK-The{ "J'V
of : ADfA1KlH Rt M cage?' ':\ot a one for the feller Arc delicious and wholesome-a perfect Emplre Trust Company, Nev rki
S eit."nalVliioliarKeofWr., Carl I'. ;.teUowII. : 'Has anil Trust Co., Jiirk
can't write his own name. .. Florida Bunk n.
thlo
for ,
advortlnliiK' / contracts _,
will
paper.who ujaka he ever asked her before wltnenseg cold weather breakfast: foqd. - S FLA.
\
i Address all communications to to be his wife?' 'No.' 'Then Made in the morning ; no yeast, no setting" _. ---

EAST COAST ADVOCATE his word will be as /good us hers,
TITUSVII.I.B FLORIDA.J. won't It?' 'Jt might, but there's over night ; never sour, never cause in- J. :I-I.: ]I> <> JI3B:::: I1'T S.

something beyond words. It l isn't digestion. (Sucoessortb) Dobbins Itroti.)

8. epiirtineiit of AgricultureWeather two months ago; that he sat with To make a perfect buckwheat cake, anda ex UN" :r: >Ld.1I: C> ch: .. S :l\I.IJ: : : T

>> ['Ia.j her on his lap! one night and :Numbers: Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith iMijiIUKPA1KINV
\ liureiIH-Jupiter lugged her 'till he broke a rib, and thousand other dainty dishes, see the : OK GUNS AND REVOLVERS A BrECULTvGun _

j The following is a comparative statement that rib Un't all right yet, and he Royal Baker and Pasry Cook." Mailed and Revolver paints IInti l keys at wholesale.] \ T n1t Ha.TII sand. Valises llcrai
Jacksonville. !
of temperature and rainfall for the dodge und squirm and twist :.; Maln !:>t.
may
week ending Tuesday, Jan. 10-I(1lm-, 1I1Ofi.10111 ( all ;lie wants to, but I know that free to any address. .

H DATil. MAX.- -MIN. MAX. MIN. the l lllw of Dakota will hit knock him ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. FUEL AND SUPPLY CO iPA
and SOUTHERN
1 Jo jO M 77 70 right between the eyes *
if I 11 ja WI 711! 71 him into the middle of next week.' -

1:4: 71 (10; 70! !li0 A RAILROAD OVER THE SEA. shallow, being from ten to thirty feet
i II! 1J: 10; M 81 ((13It : deep with a bottom of limestone.. The Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Oil!! M (Ii/i$/ Il(II In AT the race meet on the Or- best engineering talent of the country ,
) fill 50 Henry M. Flagler has outlined to a been to overcome all ob
15: 71 I 55: in Florida. has employed '
5' Oil: IS mond.J Uaytofu Beach representative of the National Magazine, stacles. Mr. J. C. Meildithls the engineer *
711
10(Total rainfall for the week: .1 1)ij January 22J to 27th inclusive, In Its January number, the details of in charge of the work at Miami. A and Sidewalk Brick
t Departure from normal rainfall for the will be the roost notable automobile his proposed railroad over the Florida large ileet of tugs and barges are employed Vitrified, Paving$ ""

$: week minus .41 Inches. Departure speed tournament ever held Islands to Key West "The practicability constantly. At Key West exten-
:
J from normal rainfall since January 1, becomes every day more apparent surveys of the made project, work has been begun proven, and ,New tho sive docks ami terminals will be built. Offices fopt ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone

ij minus 1,0:! Inches. Pays the Washington Star. One York and Key West will be connected. by J. K. MUNNERLYN', General! Manager; .
Observer.
I HAL. P. HABDIN month thirty-six racing machines mil" said Mr. Flagler. THE DEMOCRACY MARCHING

i I ago six nations The writer of the.article Joe :Mitchell
representing CLUB IS COMING.
Chflpplo, adds. : Grain and Seed House In tlio, Pia'
Kritablinlied
\ is when the The Oldest'
THE!: honeymoon over were in preparation( for the coming "Next to the building of the Panamacanal -

I I bride asserts her right to cat onions. meet. Some doubt was expressed one of the most remarkable and Marching

at the time, that so; many powerful Important transportation enterpil'es The Cook of County Chicago Democracy, 108 strong, with s YIIAAlt11 cSz C
Club Sours
A. ::
but der way Is the extension of the Florid. Wm.:: : :
would be taken to Florida! of 40 musicians. left
KEEP your yard. and sidewalksfree cars East Coast railroad from Miami FI.. ., to their famous band
of weeds and rubbish. Be the Indications now are that the the tip of the gulf at Key West. A Chicago yesterday, the 19th Inst., for the "

and clean around prem list vlil; ha consilerably'swelled be- glance at the map shows a long string otIslands East Coast The Club Is on its annual democratic GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
,. neat your off tho southern of outlnganil, is well known as the big ,
point
lord the closing of entries.LIGHTS leading winter u
lees club of Chicago Every
these ( Islands)
Florida. Along 'keys' or
r --S-- --- -- Henry M. Flagler U now constructing a they make, trip to someSouthern< pointof Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertiliz
man which will bring: New York and interest, and travel by lIJ.eclal! | train of PUiN
WHEN a girl tells a young AND BELLS. railway MILLSeT.LvL9tea
t West Into dbrectrail communication four Pullman uleepeis, a tourist car for 20(1 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
that the best is none too Rood: for Key will the band and a baggage car. The party
trans
from Key West a car ferry
is him to otter him to Jacksonville, St. tracks of S. A. L. and A. C L,
her it up to HMAI.I. I'LKASltUK BOATS MUST 1 KPKOFKKLY port a train of thirty cats to Havana and are on their way Catalogue Free. Warehouses on R'y.
self. the /gulf and straits will be made a veiIt- Augustine:, Ormond, Kocklcdgct, Pal in
i'' F KUtTlI'rii>. able harbor of commerce Reach and Miami, and will sail on a 1'.

the "The small power-boat owners have "Mr.: Flagler turned In Ills office chair A: O steamship for Key West and Cuba.
. WASHINGTON dispatch says Ormond Sunday
' will arrive at
c' They
boon busy of late, putting,: their crafts ID I and handed me the memorandA of the & Bakei
Roosevelt'Wedding Hotel
Miss breakfast at
c \ arrangements for I condition. compilable with the Govern. work and 1 saw that the distance from i morning and take at Or- MeMurray
I the sights
seeing
Ormond.fter\
are proceeding (quietly meat lawn altecllng their use at nigh Miami to Key \Vut Is 154 miles; the will leave for
thev
the i Is Intel Idllue railroad already extending: twenty! eight mond and )) 'ytonn.
But perhaps correspondent navigable wt>ters, says a .
upon will take dinner.This ,
of tho l\llamll\letlOpolls, miles of thiti distance to Homestead. Itockledgc, wheie they 4O1-41JJ East Ray Street, Jacksonville, Florida
hard of
hearing. tiuiu Is due at Tituavlllo
This means that all powor-boats- Sixty miles. of thin lond is on solid lock special
those driven entirely or la part by stean embankments through the water of lime about: 11 a. m. KobertK. -Makers and Jobbers of-
Florida is the engines must bo equipped will! ocean, Heperating tho malnHnd lion Key Thos Gallagher Is president ;
of -
TIIK East Coast or gas ,|.hn II. Volvln.mal.hal. ,
(Ituike secretary;
favorite winter resort of Arnericn. both HI inboard and port bund lights, i R \Vesf. Uf Mia entire distance only sixty Those gentlemen) are In chargeof Harness and Hater.Saddlery
P' compressed air whistle and an engine live miles of road will be ou tho islands, Vehicles Carriage Wagon .
; and the tourist is already here by; signal bell.Heretofore. the rest of the distance the rails will be tho exclusion party. ,

. I the thousands. The hotels are not many of the Hmalle laid thla ty.one feet above suit wntor.
. Rubber Tires.
buss. and craft In fact, Four concrete viaducts aggregate nearlysix ,
open and are doing a thriving launches, pleasure Drnylng.Draylng .
nearly all of them carried no light miles, with fifty-foot spans' resting and Painting Etc. Etc,
First-Class Repairing
;; noes.fi __________ whUlle or boll, but It will be illtTerenl upon concrete pieta set in tho solid rock ,
\ from now on, and It all came about I by and strengthened by pllex. There are or hauling of nil 1 fads promptly -- - --
fi L TUG!: Florida East Coast Railway the arrival here of I an Inspector of the seven water openings each twentylivefeet attended to. Meets all trains. :Stove:
inaugurated its winter schedule 01 TieiiMiiy Department who line taken it and three drawbridges which aggregate "wood for sale at all times :exTIxat., II Ll'I
j foul upon himself to>> notify all launch owner ; 410 feet. II. F.. HoLTEJf. TUunvllle.lilacksinlth .
,I Tuesday week thus making and niAHtem" In a rather nice, but at the "Lnrgo Is tho largest of tho keys and Vw'n
passenger trains going north and same lima ImprcHslve manner, that It in forty< miles In length but the railroad AND SALE:! SADDLE HOP.
four going south of Titusvlllc,. In would prubitbly! be the best for thorn to only traverses fifteen miles of its : anti Repair>> Shop.If (t

addition to the Titusvllle-Sanfort 1 supply lights, whistle nnd bell without area. Next comes Plantation Key and ...STAULKS.- BUGGIES,
', delay, thereby putting themselves In so on down a. long list of ken to tock: you want anew" wagon or an old

train. ____________ good: 1 Htaaclintf with Uncle :Sam: and his Island nod Key Went. In addition to the ODe repaired, write me. I pay fielghtne IAGGAGE SUAi
navigation laws. As. a result all the keys which the road actually passes over, J. D. ENJIIS,
AM, over the State of Florid Iianlwaie: stores have done rather good there are n number In sight. way. Tltusville, Flu" TRANSFER, and TUUXOU

even at the present time, the tour. b"sllllllilin the past few days with the "Tho water: between the Islands Is '
have yachtsmen, and there In now lu the placeof HAULING ETC. ..all kind
Hundred --
lets be
{t, can seen. f.woroil old couch sheila a large Dumber
their winter homes in the State, of neat new brass whistles that coot JJOYNTOX. J". 3VT- O abctin:

' and( most of these are now occu Ml ouch TITUSVILLE.III rear of Robbies' Law FI.OlI
. 1 f pied. Hundreds of hotels and Although the above law affecting Officei
launches has. been In vogue for a long --- ---- - - -- -
: \; boarding houses have guests whc Unto, It has just J now been generally enforced Boynton Hotel BOYNTON, FLORIDA

I Intend to remain until spring. ), and while a number of local i -- -

//1 pachtninen, especially those operating miles south of Palm Beach on Ocean Ridge. :
At foot of Luke Worth, 12 ,
? boats had complied with the :
larger pro
i TIIK census bureau has issued a vlsious by necessity und the smaller Good Bathing, Flatting, floating and Hunting. Now Dining Room and

I bulletin showing the quantity of cinflgineii considered that It was unnecessary Kotund.x. 150 feet from ocean beach,.wUh :JIO feet elevation.For .
, r cotton ginned from the growth of for them to do so, and aw a result fi5'ii4ui Co
BOYNTOX HOTEL CO., rDZIN
: 1905 to Dec., 13; to be 9,282,191 the agent, Mr. Italhuitlne. caught; information apply

.' hales, counting round bales as hall them napping, hut took no other advantage 22 fJ Boynton, Fla.
t than to explain to them just what .. ,
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I bales, as compared with 11,1)71,177! they must do In the preml........ --- - ------ -- ---- ----- -- --- -

bales on the same date in 190 and The following rides relative to liahlogvessels ItVVANA NASSAU 1'OUT TA.U'UAlU: ] KEY WKST

I 1 8,520,214 bales of the same date in will be of special Interest to the

:. 190XHE: large number In this of business our" citizens and who.a are proper engaged Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. 0 GE x .C

compliance with the same, may save youa United States Kant Mall Route for Key Went, Went Incltoi and the Jiulmiuas Via. Miami and t
!:A 11 APMIIIAT CAi-i's'!' recommendation trip to Jacksonville, und a good; many Tort Taui|>a, Kin.I'roinmuil ., HAT SAL
I earned dollars ftuilliiKS In KITort on time Ihitu Hliown. rttihlect to Change Iniltvtiliial\ rimtiirmement 4
of a dry dock at Pensa.i hard : Without >! otlti.

i ; cola, Fla. capable of accommodating I.HlJnK, KTO., Or FI1IINO VKStKI.8. "' ''..nl-Na.)..AU I.lne.

the in the ART \I) (A) Fishing vessels of less than R nncm IINHI. !iininhlp !Iaml.. -- --- --
largest ships --kwaaW. ::
: navy lOOt (
, KITeutlve: from .Miami Fin., with b.illlnif January
c raps the climax of naval develop. Lou gross tons, when under way and when Lv Mliiml. ... .Tniirmluy air udnys. .3 00 pm I." :Niumiu ...NsmrvaiysWe- ".ilny.,.3 on pm -
not having their uots, trtwls, dredges, or Ar Naa.au.. ... KrlOnya. Tuemluyn. .. ... 6 30 am .ArI"ItII..8un.l..y..TbufO'lay..630a'" WB Never 'i f PaienISria
\ ment. 1'ensacola is a long way lines la the water, sluill not be obligedto fort T mpift-llv..n.. Line, Via. Hey AVent.SteunmhlpH . Disappoint Our
, from Charlestown the new the colored but "
so navy carry sidelights; every "tlllvette" .and "Maooontl.
yard dock need not feel that it is .such vessel shall, lu lieu theioof have Elfertlve from Port Taniiii, Flu., with r'.llIuDecomber/ 14. 1003. Full)UN Every< Promise and Haw Hold Out False Hopes. I
: Lr Port Tampa..Hun"" Tliurs..II 40 put I.v Havana ... ... T..". '1'1I..r.' 8at.... .12: 00 n'n 8&rlo&II. knife ..oelv will""
hand lantern with wunoot the or bougie Kurt Vnrlo
in danger of having its nose broken. ready nt a green Ar Key \Vest. .. ..l\IulI, Wed, Krl. .. .. .6 30 pm ArlveyWrat .. ..'I'ueii.Tliura' ... .. S DO pm IVScured' -. t'J'u'PE paln' or detention from bualn.w>| lontBVlont pined rot*
glass; on one side nail n red glass on the t.v key West..atun, Wel. Krl... .... 8 34)pot Lv I Kayw'eat..TtmesThtlreSnt..10 JII pm Lever' to return, without or mineral Lou of M.am
other side, and ou approaching to or booIng Havana. . ....'r..""., Tbiin, Hat .... JOani ooa1lAr.ortTa"'p".Wed.'rl.S." ... .. e OOpiiSI ......_ Y'xnr Positively mercury; ..undl BO stimulant m'xturei but p.rnii""J
r approached by another vessel such IHIII I-Havana LIne.1>,. Key '.IIt. A 1e; Tne mm,. Kln<< MoJlcal Co. I I.an Institution or"QUI.rdnnd..l r.7f,
FLORIDA with the most magnificent lantern shall bo exhibited BiitHciont/ Season' lOnikl'MM./ Steamship !"Shlnnepuck" "Italifax"Elfeetlvr 1';; '="" lawiof th< orate ot Oaornl. lur tan ,.....m'ol and fuutin 0"' "'' '
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GJ' ,; nervouiiaDdobronlad' Dr. N. K. KMH. tbn .
December 19. I INI: J "
with Sallion
from Miami, Flu. "
t, climate in the world, is"the time to prevent collision that the I." Miami... .. Mon, Wed, Frl. ... .... IMM>am I.. llAvamt... ...Mom Wed. Frl.. ....It 00 tom : In'.lu.Uoloo.' l>the chief onno"lttll\l.p".I.Uot. belo P' !IOurauooati
natural who would green light 11111,1not\ be seen on the port Ar hu"W08t. ....Munw. e. frl... ....10 on pm Ar Key West .. Mon Wed Frl.... .... 7 on pm |Ibyaltaa/ of eminent In the treatment phy.'ll\o."od" or rbroolo.U'"II.oli raji.111 nniwr'"|
resort for those all<)0 nor the red light: on the starboard LT Key \\cat ....'1'.."*, 'I'bll..t! .. I no am Lv Key We.t."f"oa. 7'hu' Pnt.. . 4 no if, w ort: WA use both nifl .. escape the blizzards! and the Intense sldo. ArUl\vRn..rutlo.'l.hurs. Sut.. ... II 11I1 slat Ar Mhnml. . Tues. 'lh"u. Sat...., 5 :30 pm Onroalersareegalpwd| "l'h a I '''frulvmilo f.radle bot.
b Al1l vessels and boats For Reservatlorn Apply to 0. Lawton ChililH & Co. lon'l AgU.. No. 33 MercaUeres Street, Ise X-r.r."lol"" 1'.,.and hoses ran In tact .T ry .!.<'"'I
! cold. Easily I accessible from ( ) lUhlng fishing lUvana, otmha.It. .r. eonrrlTanr known. to. the nominal prcifaoilan. Our."nlwrl"'Inodura '
1'traaxd
all parts of the country, and with of ten gross tons or upward, when under H Sawyer 'Ii: Co., Agent Naosaii: N. r. J. W. Morrle.tgent,Port Tampa Fla.I. In very reipert, end w. cmplor nono hut grade the
way and when not having their nets, .. II. HlnRtmin,1 Icket Agent Port Tam).*, Kla., Maud rmolent wtIu. .nII.o. rp"uluilr. qualldeil
( unsurpassed transportation facill- howls, dredges: or lines In the water C.H HmUli'y, Agent Mlmnl.. FIR" A. r, Klictn.Agent, Key Vent. Fla. sod lloenflvil employ pbytlolnna no niliiluadlnfr, binnii' la nirnaa cbnrtftt.We to .ecure p"tI..II'
" ties, this State hi s long since shall cairy und show tho name lights as .,mlln HenUnn Olty Ticket Agent,No. 3, "ern... Street Havana Culia. ."." i\_ I patronaue-no C.O. 1>,'.or uoiiMlitiU for literature ar*wo' ,
Inform itlon an to passenger" sod freight rate to all points In th.. United State. Cuba Wen '','\WI h, \S "f o.; ,. by'h'o' inatution.Our. term* for truutnu. avuratfe f,081'
eclipsed California, and all other oilier "e"Melllunder way IniHu and luhaimu.cheerfully turnl liel npim applli-atton.\ :."1:; t siu.uO per niuntl.110.dlnl..loelud..J and...give t he"1

i winter resorts. (c) All vessels, when trawling dredg f. ]M ..lollev. Jo'.& P. A. Cliarle. L. Myer: , :tanager P.J. Saunders, TrnBlo Agent!: Ii.. ante"ot a surewlhloase.atfedl/me..-....,.", .. We/SUOmsafelytreatnedp! "...
lug, or Itching with any kind of dragnets; 'fhUabrngate"prevtonsnotice. Jacksonville' Novemhvr, 1U06. MY1fSTittfEAENCCIS.; : : cG"r..CDIllA'li oSo;..", "". ..nil, cure oil: obr..lo diRnptnre ....
shall front nn mirh as K>il or linos exhibit some of I'L tlD
part - -- I Drain. Lo..... ...> .nd ail f'Mamor
TIIK trade of Great Britain for the vessel. where they can be best seen, IJ\ f\UItTILCUIlED.lIl......... and IUnam, troubles. 'utnrrll ',.|
the two lights. One of these lights shall be No.. Tlu'oa Ifnsri and I.imim.. DlaeaMn. of Eye: snl,
100. shown
w year an by the red I and the other shall be white. The Lorillard Boat: Co. N. K. KINO, M. D. Chronic 1)1.e.. of Women nab ss Dl.plarVa"
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board of trade returns recently O C2vsutnso PNv'.eaa Unnatural' D.iinhfirKea. and ciioli weakaeres of fmmi
red light shall he above the white light, '.' Ul toxluy reffardlnit"areinditlon If)cu Ire ilk' or ..llIel.8 issued, reaches the enormous ag and I shall be at a vertical distance from TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. W rate end yururmiwramreInaruding..mptomhlsnk/tobnmetrr smut
.tea CONevt.FAtloM; : KXAMIMATKIV l>> "filll>VIC E IFII r.K
It of less than nix feet and
of not not
greguteexclusive of more
$1,476,511,315; an ammount re-exports which than twelve feet; and the horizontal distance Boats Sold and Built to Order 01:1;: l-IPln '}1EDI"IL, no" lt.7.DiemSt.EtidtanaPutknteSta CO"'I'l., .01 ...h.Idt f14,

has never before been roached. It between them If any shall not be Bought, .... ..-r' ..,.. .:';!t 'f
more than ten feet. These two lights ..
exceeds the record figures of 1901 IIh,1be\ of such a character and contained -- -
by 217500000.: With reexportsincluded lu lanterns of such construction D3ra.gfIn.eG: : Xnstdllod."ih0 : : .

the total increase over "iw to bo visible all round the horizon< ; .\ CAREFULLY STORED FOR THE SUMMER-Kepre.eotatWe for THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

1904 l Is :$225,000,000.: This Is a the white light a distance of not less T. eft M. Reversible Oaaplena Engine. lja j to 2S: horse power.
than three miles\ mend the red light of not engine of the kind In Florida and the beat on the market. See this .DRM"q;!

good showing for England: ose than two miles. boat at place of buslneM-en





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EAST COAST ISTETWS. i I ;
W. W. Ballard spent Sunday In Tltus- Miss Maud Ilardee spent Tuesday In FIRE INSURANCE'I I
vllle with friends. THusvlllo.
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Tom Ellis secured a line bunch of Js E. E. Ran ke has addod now\ standto

i t ducks on Monday.J his business.

|Newsy Notes Contributed, bv Our Regular i G. Kyzer has finished the dwelling) Hotel Indian River Is open, and has u ',t I

Corps of East Coast Corri llondnts for Will McCollough. fair number of guests. the best protection possible at the I

Jas. A. Taylor, of Shiloh, was lu Allnis Miss Myra Williams was visiting Mrs.E. .

.ON.TTTTTTT..T..T'...........................&.&..'TTTTT...................ONO..IoN.0. .000....0.. on business List Saturday.Geo. . M. BreeHo on Tuesday,
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Kuhl', of Shiloh, and Albert Nolle Manager Jordan' of Hotel Indian KIvtr -

Please send all communications I Eau Gallie. spent Saturday( with G. Nolle.\ was in Uitusvlllo ou \Vodnesday.Tliero !! .

Items for publication to "Editor Chas, Simmons, of Turnbull, was In are ((10 !:UE'stll't! the Now Rock-

CAVE, Tltusvllle, FU." --- Minis, VY'tdnesdiy, on business ledge and Hotel I'laia opened! with ..10.Jeio !

----- BAR til c'. "'onO"I) -1'1I'AlJlAl'I' AM BunOKON. Capt. M! II. HatrUon, of Turnbull Xblklrk, of Republic, 0., anlml r, qr -

|- We c.vnnot giiiutuuee to publish __. _ Kim Unlllo. IJIiirl.ia. was u guest of P. W. Koboits Sunday., on Saturday: and Is located I In his cottage

that do not I ouch this office befoul I Miss Flossie Taylor has removed her In South Itoiklcdgo.Mis. / fl'

on Thursdays. I "'.HulI'r \v".ithfi' fur the past week. JJFnll.die residence to the homo of Mrs. J. Z. J, S. Coats left, on Sunday, for 1.

-- -- s paiadn' at the l K, :I.eveiy Kyzer.J. Macon( 01to J upend some time with 1!
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'\\11 coiiespondoutu oblige us by Friday and :Saturday. altvinoon, 55. Kyzer has commenced work ou her daughter Annie.A. i J

g the names of people and places G. 10'. paddiHon will enter his fast lily turpentine f.inn, two miles north of II. Mockrldge, after a two weeks' .1 .
? launch for the races on Lake' Worth Alums, visit hero with his brother-in-law 1). I'. 1
IDly us possible lloimes, left, Sunday, for his homo lu ij, '
Miss niiuchu B.illou and Mis. C. X.Minm .
Rev John Walker was the guest of Mr. : Dover, X. J. buulhllllt
and Mrs. E 1J. Tayloi, onSiimlay last. wore visiting friends In Tttimvtlle .
un TUuiKilay. Melbourne.RD Mr. and 1\II'K. J. Johnson, of Chicago, of Nile Mich. arrived '
lieio. :Saturday,
are domiciled at (he Inn for the winter, Miss Ella J. Enunons, of New York and have taken rooms for the vt Inter at I
city, a popular winter resident of Minis, LOWEST RATES
II U. COVill fll.
Rob Mensel has rented his cottage toa is expected next week,
\ W. OOODE,-Uaal Estate, Notary couplo of ladles from J. Jacksonville for
Mrs Jeunlo Rogers Mrs J. VauCleft
iu and Conveyancer. Agent for yKtiia. Hov. One ,
W. F. Allen delivered
tile
a aeriiion -
Hartford season.
r1moolandLoutlonandGlobe,and and daiiKhtor, Maignoilte 1101111811: Bellows .l'
Inminuica Companluii.\ Hieulal hlont8.attention W. T. Wells, of Melbourne was In } all on Sunday afternoon to a largo and til .Noivtlob. N. Y., arrived I hero
to the.interests ot uOll.ro OlLllle on Monday last lu his launch appreciative congregation.) last week. and have taken one of i.1'. in
----- IILt US800. Gardeners have begun planting their Holmes' cottages for the winter
LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES.PERC'Y
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, spring clop of beans, potatoes! and tomatoes ,
ink paper of the East Coast will be Col Fowler, of the Kentucky Institute, for the northern markets. Mr. and Mrs. C. \V Illake'loo received!
elat the Melbourne Postolfice.s took a party of the cadets to the ocean the Bad news of their sun, Dwight, having .
beach ou :Saturday last :Several of our young folks attendedthe been killed by a railway train on ; -W'ALaTON': ,

tiaveling!: mlllstrel..how.. given In a Mond:ty, 'limy have the sympathy of
Teeter Is a welcome guest
.. Susie Admiral and Mrs. Ulllls an.II' party of tout at Titiisville, Saturday ulght.ThoH. the etitlio coin in unity In their boienvenieut. (SuccoHHor to Morgan & Walton)
o> Grandview cottage. friends were in Eau (Jallie on Friday FLORIDA
Butler of Boston Is oue of the last, In the fist launch Dawn. Knoch, of Jacksonville, representing TITUSVILLE, -
( the Consolidated Fruit Co Is a Dr. F. H Houghton' and Editor Chute .
int guests of the Brown house. The Eau iallie card club met at the of Roberts while II. \Valton .
guest Harry shipping marie a lying trip from IItusvllle
Fowler and wife, of S.vrno, were Inn this week, Mr and Mrs. McMillan nnges. to Kockledge on bunilay. They
friends. being the host nnd hostess at this meet- the TO OPEN AN ACCOUNTSond
Ibourne 'l'lIeHdaycl\mogou Ing. U. A. Bobbelt and n party of relatives came In on 1 ::'J H train took dinnerat "
the New hotel nail i "llow-
Conover, a popular young gcntle- and friends were In Minis> I last: week, Kockledge r
Messrs. and Himmond of d.> yon-do" to a few Mends, and rushed
Sharp I ,
from Trenton, N. J., Is among they looking for a location for. a home and
of the Eaton cottage. J Boston returned to Eau; Uiillie on Mon- orange grove. oil to Daytona! tho 2:10: tiaiu.Messrs. your money by Post Office ,

diy, last, after bagging a lot of ducks on GilUHh andVllllaiiiR Wednesday
',. S. E. Harbour and Mrs. Governor the Ranana/ River. VV.C.. Ballard 1 killed on Kitd.iy the on Order, Express Money Order -
brought Iu trout
of Eau Gallie, were calling (.n'' finest buck eyer killed In the woods of titty Jtoo.III"mll
'on, i
LJoode friends In Melbourne last I The Military Institute nt Sat no will Hrevaid county. The AI>VOCATK scribe) and channel bass, beating the record of Draft on Now York Your :
give a grand military ball In the near l'etul'lIlIlh.lnk" for Hull catching at Hoc,kledito( up to tills
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lay. future Major Vo<'e, Major Kldd, Capt. quarter. di&te.IcUlll'dle and (jnd. 11 were' a clown Personal Chock. or If Currency, ,
,d:imes John B Lee and L. A Peek, Erving and others at the post are adeptsat :Mrs. R K. Wynn, life Miss Lizzie Ives second, bilnglngln .HI ou time sauna day, i I
alned for the Ladles Chautauqua flipping the light fantastic. of Camden, N. J,, former popular and all being good huge, ttl/uable:: Ilih.Messrs. by Registered Mall Upon receipt r \
ty at Dr. Peek's attractive home well known voung/ 1 lady, who has many ) 1'iiuco and 1 bimmons had to ft, *
ituril.iy evening.pt. A dance at the hall, In the Inn, on friends In :III mil, In visiting for a few take third place with only :31. Fishing of deposit wo will mall you 11 :

John S. 8.1 in mis and Dr. Peek Saturday list, was much enlivened by the weeks her parents Mr. and !Mrs\ It, F. at Hock ledge wan never better, ami the a passbook with your namo i" ,
of the oflicrrs and of the
some .
shade presence Ives, of LaGiangoMr. guests of the Now )Kockledge are enjoyIng
st this season to set out trees .
cadets
from the
Institute. TheMe gentlemen
)Dt of their lots. May others follow are fast making friends in/ Eau Moore and family, of Tltusvllle, rojal spoit. and tho amount of your deposit \ t \

example, and In a few years leap iallie. have rented the It. J I Mutt house for the entored \* oroln. \ '
1'6ward. as other generations will winter. At this wilting there is not n Ill Alai Chase.
Messrs. Sharp nnd Hammond of Boston
them. vacant house In Minis and theme. Is talk
have chartered the houseboat, :Millions rush In mad chase after :' I
o friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. Noel of more houses to be erected at an early
Rochester, and are shooting on she health fioni one cxtiemo! of (add Isum to '
pleased to see Mrs Noel step oil Dannna River. These gent; Imeu sent at dLle., At Minis you can nee some of the another, when, If they would only vatgood

rain last Wednesday night Mr. once fur their licences btfuiu leaving for lineHt orange grove on the Eist: Coast; foot!, cud keep thulr bowels legu- ::
The First Bank
and if fur location National
has been here for nnno time the shooting groun.l.Ahollt l you aio looking a good lar with \Dr. King's New Life wills, their
and this fnvoied
are nicely settled tor the winter In to settle come see troubles would all Prompt ,
20(1( ladies and gentlemen from In Biovard puns nway.
:.icon cottage. : spot county. "
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relief and quick cure for liver and! atomaclio
Eau Gallie and I other --- ----
j. Mailman and wife, of Chicago, : Melbourne Tropic trouble.! >o at the fled Cross Pharmacy Miami: F lcu.orx .
viewed the dress of the
points parade
110 guests of Mayor R W Oomle andMr. I Doctors Could Not Ilelh Her. ; guaranteed. '
Malrman is a brother of Mrs cadets at barno, on Sunday afternoon last. riLya:: 4 per 00:1:11: : : Sn-.v:1n.A's: :
i. This Is not their Hist visit tonine Col. and Mrs Fowler and all connected "I had kidney trouble for yours,"

and we hope to sue them with the Institute, made the large number wlheR AlrM. Raymond Conner, of :iShultou Fort Pierce. -CO'lIOUNIH.J: ; QUA II'IEIILY--!: tit
of visitors welcome. Every one was Wash "and the I>r. could not help
winter for to come. {
very many years delighted with the parade. The young me. I tiled Foley's Kidney Cine, aid(I CAPITAL 50000. SURPLUS 10000. i''

nes Williamson, of New York, was la.lies\ of mir noighboilng towns were out the very first doHu gave me tellef and I SlieiUT Leiiuaid 1pl1l.1 Schintian a visit, ,
lest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. In foice am now cuied. I cannot nay too much Tuesday

,Williamson last week he was Tho dance on Fildkveve' last, at the for 1'oloy's Kidney Cure" It makes tho Fire-proof Vault. Burglar-proof time-lock i "

paniod by two Mends, MONHIS. Inn hall, were n great success. Coffee/ diseased kidneys sound so they will eliminate Mesdames Julius and Frank Tyler paid steel chest. Fully Insured against :':
A. Fish and l Wm. A. Wheeler. and cake was nerved about 11 o'clock. the )poisons from the blood.\ Unions Palma Beach a visit, 'lucsday. f

I) gentlemen have gone) down, the Among those present were Dr. Sarah C. they do this, good health Is Impossible W. I. hrefer paid Tltuavllln u visit fire and burglars. Every officer ri

ou a cruise. Hodgson, Mesdames I'. F. Padiiison, hold by the Ked Cross I'harmacy.Georgiana. Monday rutumningTuesday afternoon.
;
:McMillan: Taylor Christian and and employe : t
number of cadets from the Military VOile, W. T. llajes ban the contiaot for
at :baino were visiting Mel- /a number of young ladies from the Ins ,",
ute palnt.lntho/ Town Hall, and ban a foico is bonded. \
titute at Sarno and Majors Vose Kidd "
ne for the first time last Saturday of bands ar work on It.
urne people ale pleased to welcome Oreen and Erving; Capt. Brown, Cadet BUSINESS-.LARGE' J}
'row neighbors and we are sine thlll110t Bratton and ten or a dozen cutlets whoso Messrs.. Gould end. Mnakrtilfritvery \ .pent n I W I.. :Moss, connected with the Fort WE WANT YOUR 'OR SMALL, ;

bo the last visit of these young names your correspondent could not pleasdntafternoon; ; -with' ; Uncle and fierce I'hoto Concern, left, TuoHilay +

and their handsome Colonel. I /learn.. Auntie Hughes, i'hiumlaj. night, for \Daytona to take viewKMr. -_ J'i

with tho Tribune' left Agents Agents I
Ie entertainment on Friday evening Mr, and :Mrs. Odell and two bright Held lately ,
the Mrs. Albertlne Trentler presented .St. tor Havant, Tuesday. having tecoived a I)e )Iou, RONALD & FISKE 'J'lloMtllnllLr.1 ),
successful netting to holyatymatblefont
very l'Aul'lIl\Iethodlst Episcopal 1 church, Eau little dtughturt, and a cousin Mrs. luctativu appointment there. ,,2 Cycle Engine/: .I Cycle Engine if'r t,
I fund $.20. Thepub- Uallio with a beautiful silver collection Durham of Evanston, Ill., came a work veiy 19 toan.r.J COCOA, FLORIDA f-J:I to .100! if. 1'. 1
'olved the program with warm np- plate, last Sunday I -moining. Tho gift ago and 11I"1II1t home lu the F. W. Mun- Rev John thrown will" hold services In '.
e. Miss Gladys Stewart's I'celt a- son cottage. St. Andrew's chinch next Sunday at II

was beautiful, and her encored was was greatly appreciated. The for the church earnsSaturday a, m., and 7 ::.10 I'. m. All mo cordially .A.rI.JNEJ: EN'GINE:: :: SU'JJLrES:: :: 'y n nIIai
' that the audience I Insisted on SlIn.lay.January218t. Rev Mis Louisa new carpet Invited. -vvnro- r '
her Fraser Campbell's violin rewas Rush tile noble hearted IndlnnaQuaker- and way. put down Monday I by &
> a surprise to the audience whoJot ess, will, preach at St. Paul's church Mrs. A. L. Bruner and Mrs. Will Witt Rev. Toinpkies ]held services In the WE CABBY THE MOST( ) COMl'LKTK LINK: OH1 MA1UNE\ HAUDWAUK ,

expect such a bold handling ofow Eau Uallle at the hour of 10:30: a. m. feld. It adds. much to the nppotiranco Methodist church morning and eveninglast ON TIIK FAST: COAST I ,

' from so young a boy; his rang faster Hawk extends a hearty welcome of the Insideof the already neatly finished humlay. Large congregation were Acme No. IU and Climax Xo. 0 J Dry llutteiles, Hwltchen, park Plugs, Spark Coils, r\\'

of "The Holy <.'lt>" and "Oospa- to; everybody.The church. In attendance.A Wire, timers, Spark Gaps, \Detachable Terminals, Pocket Ammeters. 8 .I'ITVIerritt. :';

were very good for a lad of eleven faculty and students of tho Ken- 1f. K. Hughes und wife, and Mrs Mo jolly party, confuting of Mr. and Brass and lion. Pipe, Elbows'I'ees: Unions, etc. Tobin Bronze Shafting, I'ropel- ,'

piano solos by Mrs. E. M. Campbell Military Institute attended services Karland, took a pleasant trip In the rowboat Mrs Almond, Kev. John Brown wife hers, Meeting Wliuuls, Shoet Brass and Copper, Copper, Galvanised Wire Nails. "
lrs C. II. Stewart were heartily np.lell tacky Wlttfuld's well named vVilto for Catalogueoim -
at St. Paul's M.\ I::. church, Eau I I down to Dr. and daughter, Mrs. ton and Will ".
and the comio readings by Mrs. Iallie in a body, last Sunday morning. place. Fairy Land l, Mon ay' altel no..n. Fee, paid Ten Mile Creek a visit, Wedjonday. ruicts: AUK LOW AND oun GOODS: TIlE BEST "
,
F. Campbell caused much laughter. The church was filled with worshippers. Mrs. Wlttfeld is still suffering very much -- -- - -- -- ---- - --- -- __. __ u. _ _. __ u __ _'_ _. ___ ___ t l
Shaking: Qaakoib" were the causemoie with rheumatism.
t merriment and closed a RUCIII as a large congregation from the town Indian River Camp, No. 51: "". O. W, '
1 was present. Rev. J. B. Hawk, the pastor Herbert Leo and family, of Kansis at thtlr regular meeting'ruoaday evening means.

program.Furious preached the sermon. City, arrived :Saturday and are getting after all business wan over, hail a :

Flslitliij --- Very comfortably nettled lu their winter upper and smoker and a most enjoyable Arthur Kohllng, of Indlanola, was a

writes Oeo. W, :No Case of liiciiinoiilaoii J record home which Is well known as the Ly- time was spent l by the member present. caller at the hotel Sunday. Wardwell's f
Bus.
"I' seven $6.00
years Instance man place, but now belongs to Mm. Lee.
nan, of Harper, Wash., "I had a We do not know of resulted a single We are always glad to have these good Thos. Novlns, Frank Nevlns anti ..lulusD.inlonvllle Davis Wnx 5.50"
in
cold
battle, with chronic stomach and where a cough or when Foley'sHoney pneumonia people come among us. Torture of n l'roacher. \ will attend tho auto iiious at Curries Wax 5.50"
trouble but at last I won, and cured or consumption next week.II. .
been taken. It cures The story of the torture of liev.: O. H. D.iytouu, "
the of Electric Hit- and Tur had Mr Hall's new boat, the Lena, will Refugee 4.75
I"OaStS. by use do not Moore pastor nf. the Baptist church, of Morris of New York who Is locatedat
so iallie
I l unhesitatingly recommend them coughs and colds perfectly, make regular trips to> Eau Mondays Valentine 4,75"
and don't Intend In the future to take changes with some unknown prep. Wednesdays and Saturdays, ie- llarpersvllle X. Y., will Interest you. the River View, U enjoying grant
shout them in the house. They aration which may contain opiates, turning the same day This. makes It He nays: "I uniform! agonies, because of sport with his. rod and reel on the river All New CropCRENSHAW -
which cause constipation condition thai pleasant for our winter to.nrl.twho persistent cough, resulting from the
medicine toured
very and Frank
'tnlnlo a wonderful Mr sail I Mm. Thos'Nevlnn
lu bed..
I hallo Hitting
mine." retards recovery from a cold. Ask for want a delightful day's outing. grip." Bleep up
such bad as Nevlns the of Mr. and Mrs.
a case were /guests
under guarantee to do the same for Foley'a Honey aud Tar and refuse any The other days It goes to Cocoa and return I tried many remedies, without relief JuloH Dardon llle at dutch dinner on BROS., t .:,
Sold by the Red convenience until\ I took Dr. King' New Discovery k
offered. which also
Is a
.
substitute great
Oorle. ,
.y the Ked Cross Pharmacy, at Fla. foi Consumption, Coughs and Colds, 'I'ue.. THusvllle
Cross Pharmacy, for our Island people.
Try them today which entirely cured my cough, and I Thos. Nevlns and I wife, and Frank ___ i
Fred Gould of New York and Arthur unveil me front consumption." A grand Kevins, were given a duck dinner on

Mat'f F'F---rfmfyK 'Fiu- + .1tmf.mf.. Mockrldge, of Dover X, .J:, have been cure for diseased conditions of Throat board the Captain Jack, last Saturday PINEAPPLECllATES .
F'A
mf
.Mfy1tf ;
t > fmFllmfJAit..mFyi .i'mfF. 'mf-a having the time of their lives several and Lungs. At time Red Cross 1'bar- night.

days hunting and fishing the Thousand macy/ ; price IMio' and tl.OO/, guaranteed.
of our Melbourne office, : Islands. They spent several winters Trial bottle fruo. Mr. and l\fu. Sylvester !MacLaughUn F
Mr. Stewart I
here about twenty years ago and know a charming young couple of Jamaica N. :

ia creating our :* where to go for game. It has been 18 Y., aro spending their honeymoon at tho
.
i :* years since Mr. MockrUlge was here last hoe Itepnlrliif River View. WRAPS :...

..... .. tt but Mr. Gould has been here several ,I, W Crocker, an accomplished buvlnosttniao .
I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairing
since then. The "J'lnk Paper"follows
times of Plant City, Flit who l III .n-.
each of them to their respective / and do not forget It. Opposite Jan.Prltchard and
FURNITURE perintending the packing shipping. und
DEPARTMENTM A: Son ANDIIKW GIBSON, :
home and Mr. Mockrldire'i little boy
.
Kla. of oiaogos fur Young & C. ., of New
has given its already popular and well- Mltusville,
York, U staying at the River View.
*c ho call it - --- -
known name a new meaning, : ---- -
the genuine wants of the people and he :41 "the pink paper; for pain people" which Senator LaKoclie, Capt. Jack Lallln/ NAILS
to meet
(l l'r \
nH\ng.
Is very appropriate, as hundred of pale Cleaning an an.1V.. U. Hanks, of New York stopped
::
now claims to have the most complete line of people have taken Its advice to acme beta over .Hunilaf In their houseboat r
S .I bouth for their health and have returned All work done np-to-d.tt Call and Captain Jack. They took dinner at the ;::xx.. :- t

home with cheeks as rosy, with lenoweil see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor hotel Sunday as the guests of Mr. .N'evin

House Furnishings ever seen _on the__river s youth, as the beautiful 1'iok l'.per," Harbor Shop, Washington avenue. and family TilE "IIOM)" C'UATE. .

.
--- BEST!: QUALITY WRAl'S.

Angle Lamps ? : Pirating ....ole)'" Honey Blld Tar. WALTON :SKLFLOCKIXO: BLOCKS, A Tearful ,,'ute.It CEMENT: COATED N'AU..CJ.

You have beard_ o1 Patented In countries. Only tackle l I. a fearful Ute to have to endure
:: Foley A: Co., Chicago originated See camples and prices before i
of Tiles. "I our get our
the terrible torture can
world. Fit-
Honor and Tar... a throat and lung block of the kind In the
I them Angel Lamps. Write us :: remedy, and on account of the great ted with the Walton-Vlnton: Roller truthfully say," writes Harry CoUon, ofMasuoville buying.! \V. want your orders.
Some people call U., "that for Blind, Ble <| -Write UI at Eau Oallle-
of
merit and popularity Foley' Honey
:: I Bearer. Useful ID place where
Rockefeller any lag, Itching and I Protruding Vile, Uuclc-
Mr.
on and Tar Imitations are offered for
the 5
and we will tell you joke .. .. the genuine.many Auk for Foley's Honey hoisting U dove With them blocks len's ArnlcaMalve, U the Umtoure made'

and Tar and refuse any substitute offered one man can do the work of two Also beat for cuU burns and Injuries. xx >:

STEWART COMPANY J i HH no other preparation will give the Thousands sold in the north. Call 2So at the net! Crocs i'harniacy.

FEE & ama lailsfuctloD. It U mildly laxative.It .
and lee them In working order at till EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO .
+ : contains no opiates and U safest for FOR ALL KINDS OF JAB PRINTING .
I office the tore of Ja*. Pritchard A: .
Pierce. ev
.
Hold '
Melbourne and Fort .. children and delicate persons. by remember the ADVOCATB office. ''
the Keel Cross Pharmacy,Tltuivllle, Fla. Son TltanriUe.,, EAU HALI.IEI..A.. I :
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ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE, FLA. JANUARY 19. 1906. -
EAST COAST -



I 6 AREFULLY conducted Florida East Goast R'J I


!: "

experiments, ranging over t a oy 1 1s 1yF


tt. Watch this space for the new timetableOn
have proved conclusively -

.inany. years, January 9th the winter tourist ,


that the liberal use of ., S gYj 1 schedule will be inaugurated ,

with four trains daily
i

POTASH is essential to the pro- each way.



duction of big yields of full- S

'.
I

!' : eared corn. NEW: TIME TABLE.


I Let us send you our practical books telling of these and 0 Commencing Dec.,22nrl- new ncheilule

many other careful crop-feeding tests ; they are free to farmers will be effective on tIle Florida East

without cost or obligation. Send name and address. Coast Railway. consider
! i any The new time card will vary
Address OERMArt. KALI WORKS. one in effect, but

j ____"N' .w York._93 NMMU. ..Street.. _or Atlanta. ,O..-:-Z1K_So.:_BroaJ,Street.---,- I Pour Sailings Each Week . ably from employed the present at the station and tbe
-" - ----- -- - - . those
In general will more I
traveling public
CHESTNUT GROWERS' TALK Otherwise they wLl"receive-u-brow ze BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK readily appreciate the time of the arrival -

I" medal stamped to how the kind 't of of trains.
and departure
fflfffh iuMllty llrlnic, Uuoil:AoiiviortBi I'rltfeft.llteatnutl medal to which they are entitled. I Calling at Charleston both ways) No. 0)!II the Palm Beach and :Miami I

J For thirty yimt-H Mr. Ixivctt a PwmpyJvnnlu Sweet I'e. For Easter, in the Coastwise Service Limited will leave Jacksonville dally at
: The Finest Steamships at 1 :30
il IJ fernier, him been 1111 fiithusl No time should bo lost In Howie 8:20 p. m., arriving In Titusville
!
tt. ast'ou the Mih.lwt' of c'litMliiut ('lIllul'e.a sweet )pens to be satisfactorily In floe The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. a. m., and! at Miami 8:0::: a, m.

a lie now liiix.. about tll'tUl'r, ,," pluiitpi er for Knster.. The Heeds> germinate :1 1a In Direct I Service:> Between :No.2!>, carrying United :States: and
to cliestuuu, thirty IICI'!'" lu buuriut few days after sowing. Cnre must be mail leaves Jacksonville dailynt
11 and in young trees 1111.1 tho not Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points Havana ,
}J twenty acres I 11I1'n that young plants ore arriving In Tltusville 2 :JS
i)::0 a. m.,
; ': nursery rows. The l bearing' trees are negloctiKl nt they grow very rapldl. (Jailing at Charleston, S. C., both ways) at Miami 10:.":' o'clockIn
j afternoon,
l, uixl twelve old (from in the
mostly ton years They should be handled as soon as poBlblo BEMI-WEKKLY SAILINGS:

' the graft). niul at the time of my visit after they have started and plat< Southbound.... ..... . ........... . . .. ... ... .. ... ..... ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Hostn the evening.
thexo treesvru heiully louded wlUiMIIIH e
'r immense n bushel or u biiHliul and delay Sometimes! sweet peas lire log cars leaves Miami at 8:20: p. m., arilvlnjf -

I m a. half to n tree grown lu buses six: Inches wide and as Clyde: St. Johns River Line. In Tltiisville at 3:38: a. m., at

!I ".\11 rnniiconi I asked him "..AmII much deep and three or four feet long; Jacksonville 8:40 a. rn.Jfo. .

+I bow much do they bring In market or any other convenient length.-Gaiilenlng. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. leaves Miami at 0 a. m.. arrlv-
7S
II .durlug n veniK" yearn?" Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. rranclD Heresfonl (DelAnd), and intermediate land. o'clock In the
River,coiuinBnclnjj Wudnen.lay, November 19,1009. I Ing in Tltnsvllle at ::4:08:
":\Io tly I'arn:;nm. I've It'err; few lags on the St.Johns at. 7:30::
I :Is'uuiIjoH and KltlRcl<>.vs, tint I dud. Ibnt To Cure a Cold In Ono Day STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONVIM: :" lout "FUE1VK! DellAUY". afternoon, and in Jacksonville

I it the 1'nragoii Is a morn regular hearer Take LAXATIVK KKOMO QI-INI.NK Tat are appointed to sail as follow i Leave Jaoknonvlilu, dully except Saturday, at 3.30 p. m.| Returning p. m. added to

.''I and more dostrnble. The nuN not me leIs Druggists rotund the money If I I It leave Bunlord dally except Nuudiiy at 930 a. m.. The following trains will be Oth.
schedule on January
\ BCHRDULE.NorthRound the above
1nrove's IIllnnture l S..uth-lI"un,1
alls to cure. .

h In cad ) box: 2."o.; lied Cross Pharmacy, :Iteau. d..wn.- ... ... .... ........Ja"k..on\'lIlo._----=--.. .. ........ ........ .I.rrlveI_ \ 00 a. III.Lea.e No 30;;, Palm Beach and Miami Express
' "I.I I.d I. saiyYr Leave /I/8411 30 p. 10. ......... .. ....... ..... 'ulatka.......... ......... ........ Leave 81'0 p. m. leaves Jacksonville 4:20 p. m., arriving
;. 3.MIa.10.p. m. ...... ......... .. ... A.t..r ..... .. .... .. .......... Leave Y 3C p. m. 10:30: m., and at
Lave
!Showy! Winter Plant. .......... .......St. )l'ranclA, ... ..... .... ........... Le..v.I\ 00 p. to at Titusvllle p.
When the brilliant showy bracts ol Leave 4 30 a. in ... ............ ...I.e'eelo..1Oel..nd).. .. .. . .............. Leave 100 J" m. I Miami 7:30 a. m. J
leave .. ... .. .... ... ....... Leave a 110 a. m.
.... ............ ......... ..I..lIr..rd.
S :30
well expanded main Arrive a. 10.. .. .....,... ............ Leave 1000 a. to. Miami and Nassau Special-all
poinsettias are Arrive JOOOa.lO.............................Enuorl'rl"' .. No. 23 .
aln an even a night temperature mtOBslble. train, leaves Jacksonville 8a.
Tailor car
Sixty degrees l la about right Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, m., arriving at Titusvllle 12:40 p. m.,

I M1w discontinue feeding when the bract '__\1'.M. IRONMON'OER: ,JR.,Aunt,(Ion.Pam. Art. 122 Went Bay St..facknonvllle.Fla.. ,. and Miami at 7:25 p. m.
aro well expanded. Uso great care In W. O. COI'I.JJr.. ., Local Frt..Ajlt. Jaokminvllla O. P. LOVELL, superintgndent JacksonvilleKoot
Express
St..Jaoksonvl ll ., Kla. Beach and Miami
Palm
M1c. 1 Hogan 28
No.
j4 watering! In order to maintain good fo- A.O. HAOERTY, Oan'l Ea t'n l'a811. A (e. New York. 'LTTIK: "MILNE, Oen. Frt. Apt., Sew York, Titus-
c.\ lingo. ..J.TIIKO. U. KOKK. Clieanlro: >iKh HallillnK, Id. State St. Opposite Jlattery. 1'ark, New York. vllle 1:13: a. m., and arrive at Jacksonville
WALTON.. Agent, Titiisvllle Ma.!
C.
Giuiraiitcetl Cure For Piles.
/4\46 A at 7:40 a. m.
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----- ---- all
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-------- Special-
r / Itching Blind Bleeding, Pl'otrudlnjtJ'lIett. : No.: 47, Miami and Nassau

JJrugjildts! authorized to refund Parlor car train, leaves 1\I1am18:15 a. m.,

money If Vnzo Ointment falls to Atlantic Coast Line arriving at Titusvllle at 2-JO;\ p. m., and

f V rABAOOJf NUTS (llEDUCED SIZE). care\ In 0 to 14 day. boo, at the Red R'y. Jacksonville at 7:40 p.m.

rub- Pbarmacy'I'Itusville: Fla. .._
$0( or $7 per bushel on uu \'UI'III\ .
' ; Then I've u new variety lla'eu'C'I
s Critics of horrid man should take notice The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson
named It yet, but the nuts are HO superlor
,'I l that I readily Hell them for $12 n that this country over the gallon sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November

bushel on the New York market. This HeX Is vigorously protesting that the TO Til 13 EAST.
farm. I am fine of $35 and costs recently impose
variety originated ou my
t t'r- now propaKUtlnje it an fast an possible. on a miscreant who stole1 kiss was Over Its own rails to Savannah the Charleston Pennsylvania, Richmond Kittlroad. and Washington, thencevia For information time-card etc. ,

"How do you market tho chestnut altogether too<< low


Fp. crop"Just?"' sit still and the orders uud buyers That new counterfeit $1,000 bill will The Louisville Nashville TO, via TIIK Montgomery.WEST The Mobile & Ohio R. K. ".. -'sk the -age: : .t_'

t r come to me. Tilt demand for chestnuts have a long run of prosperity If the

Is steadily Increasing because thecountry's average man la depended upon t< TO TILE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. .
r Is growing. Hut -------- '----'
population ---- -
-- - -
for New York Pblladeldhla, Boa- --- ------
"spot" it.14SVET. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company -
! the supply Is rapidly decreasing. Wliyl? ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
HecauMo the native chestnut trees are and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore Southern Railway
_. being, sacrificed to supply lumber And .irtThat's aud Philadelphia.
t: where are the trees to replace those S nil .

It i eaten by sawmills? As regards Paragon TO ICKY AVKST AND HAVANA.Via 10O5.
MAY 2a,
i' or other large varieties, the supply! Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. EFFECTIVE:

/ H very very limited The few attempts what a prominent Two Yesttbule'trains ERAt. No.341 I No.20 :NORTH AND WEST.

that have been maile to establish druggist said of Scott'sEmulsion Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points .............. 1I10a. Trap I.vJack8onvIUe....................SiR. ..)
C ........ ......
commercial orchards have not generally .... " Lv..III..Oa. ... .
.. I ILv
1140. 104111'
......... ... .... "
CJesup ... ..............
time ....... ........ 1 Pie 12 Its Ar III.on, 0. .
Bucct-Hsful short .valln..b. .... .I
..
I'rovetllilstingly usually a .. .............
f.
? ( ArAt'.nta.O"' .
... 6 .
MILEAGE TICKETS. ... .. ....... .. II Mp 1I"
r'olunbla ...
beeauno of faulty methods. And .. ... " \filii.. ArU..me.O....... ... .. ........ .. .. ,
i' : ...... .. .. 1e map
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ArCharl..t. .
As rule don'tuse miles of the principal .... ........... I'Ar
we 13,000 among ..
good
tho foreign; variety of nut I* too inferior ago. .a Interchangeable mileage tickets : over rfreenhoro...... ......... " 11la.: lallip ............. "
Bale the principal agents. .......... ..... " \\I 21.. Arthattanooga Tenn. .
by 2111"
railroads In the southern slates are on Danville Ky .... .............Q..f:
In flavor to deserve notice or refer to testimonialsin .. .......... u S 8a.. t 12p Arl axinatun: ....
For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, iluhmnn( ArlJhrolmtatl,0. .. .... .... .:.
"Rtit I Inquired, "what has become the public W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. ArIyn"hbnrll' ... ....... ... " "4s.i.2I1P LV ( .... ... ......?EI!gF.I': "
f. ot the acres and acres of grafted chestnut addressing PRANK O. BOYLSTON, Dlst. Pass Art.( Ar Ch.rlottesvllle....... ... " 8111a St lop Ar('lnchUlatl\o.: .......... .. ..
land that farm 138: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE! FLA. Ar W..hlnKton..,....... ... " 0 1\11"\ 111\01' .. 1.ln.
o sprout so many papers but the above remark and I. 1EME.HSON, Traffic Mananer. W. J. CltAIO, Oen'l. Pass. Agent.WILMINGTON. Ar Jialtllnore .... ... .... " II 30a It hip/ J.vClnclnna" 0..1'..... .... .. .. " I
exploited n short time ago? AVowero ArWe.tl'hlladell'hta....... " 141\1' a 31Ar" ChloRpo: 111.
. lei from similar i expressions are N. C. ArN.wYork. ... ... ..... " 4_Up! 6 3Oa Lv Cincinnati. U.............. .. &: ,
to things
? .. expect great ---." --.---------- ----.- ----- ArChlcagolil., ... .... ............MnnaaNo '
f. Bticli ,groves" nade: so often in connection --------- ------ .34-'New; vork--and Florida Expres." Clnclllm.tI, 0. .. ."".."...C.I.! .P

). "I'll tell you. Tho principle Is wrong )tHyl'tdhna"DrawIngItocutSleeptngCarl'ort: A r'Toledo n ... ............ .....
i -nil wrong It seemed! till right to with Scott's Emulsion SE:: ]B<>.. .]R.I> Tallll.n an4Jacksonvtlleto ,ewYork.Florida' !:)J.. rolt. lIBch. -..,........... I'llNo.3""Wtt..hlnJlton
an.J
: Lhnitwar Lvfmuinnntl,0....... ........IiiLlnn
graft, 1'urugim scions on sprouts from hat: they are worthy ofjccasional Dally Pullman Drawing Room Arl'lttllmrJl:. Pa.... ... .... .... ':-
chestnut stump' and thus quickly see AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR unlletoNewYork. Clreinnatl' 0.............. ..JlIg Fill..
note. From ... . ....... "
uro a grove of bearing trees, but In I No 30 A'('lov..IIII\I1. -
actual practice the Idea hasn't worked _
nfancy to old age Scott's ............... .
First tho LV .1..ck..lIIe. .. .. .... .. ... "
well :'
out for four reasons: Savallnah.II". ............... ... u. 121St Ar8t.l..ol..1II0.. :
new trees have un Insufficient root system Emulsion offers a reliable SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, T.v ArColl1l hla.8.C. .................. .: :: a Ana .ArADnIRI, AI..... ,.. .... ........1.. ..
Ar A.b.vll1e.N.C...... .. ..... .. ... l /top Ar RlnningIan: Ala... .... .. . ....
ami the autumn winds on the of remedying improper WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, Hot Springs: N. C.......... .. ... 28\ ." Ar .. '1enn...... ........ ..Frl'l.ro.
'\ heavy, bur laden tops lire very likely tobreak neans ArKnoxvtlle.Tenn..... . ......... : nip ArKan.RRdty.IIT".... .. .......... "
Arl..nl..lI1e. : I I 8 81/n. .......... ....-. ..
the tree off at the stump\ ; second and weak development .. -1"'Ihl. Tenn "
r' 4 1\111'\ Ark... ........... ..... .
r' ) Ihore It much danger from fire owing lost flesh Two Elegant: Trains Dally . ArCloolnnatl.O.... ...... ......... Q.JI.0 8 ma Jlotl\.lnl(1',
restoring ,
to the difficulty of keeping down the Nn/"TheFlnNdaLimlted": Dally

i constant growth of underbrush; third, and vitality, and repairing Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.MODERN I\lIlTet N.. 3O-Dally Sleeping Car Pullman between, rawlt'Q Jacksonville: Room and and man ve.tUmle 8leeph'K tram Can through, Jw. .keonrllle dry roarbee to Clam aClnelnnatl.

I the weevil l Is right on hand-In force In I No.la-Pullman Drawlnjt RofOm 81eerltEx..eIle..t '
I I The action of .. ytKnnse
fait ho mid his ancestors have lived waste. between Jackaonvllle ]I\lnnlnlllla.:
Dlnln" Car Service anti Colorado Sprlus.ARRIVALS .
; on the spot for centuries, and as n re- Scott's Emulsion is no PULLMAN EQUIPAIENT. City

r Mult the nuts have no chance to develop of secret than the ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleani. .AT JACKSONYJLT.E.From .
j nore a
Into commercial value, nor has the '.s
..."
New York, W..hlugt..n.eto-No.2n..Wa.hlngtonanrl. Florida LImit.
srower any .bunco to tIght the weevil, : of the Emulsion 1!.
and;; s
omposition For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent. From New York Washington,eto-No.I3: "Wasl\tngtoll Florida Exp1'8"S" "
J owing to tile rtltlloulty of keeping out I it doest writeA. From Clnclon..tt.lb."III.. ., .to- o 29, "Wasblngtoo and Fbirlda LImited".. ., (th
. I underbrush and the luck of cultivation, itself. What Seaboard or From ChlcagoCincinnati.Atlanta, eto.- o. U, "Flort.... Limited"....... ..... ,3ti.T.
r' and that's thi> fourth reimou-no cultlvttllon nourish. S. C. BOYLSTON Pass.
does thrpugh O. MAcDONELU .o\.lIl1t..Gen., Pass. Agt. Agt.
for bow eau you cultivate nu JACKSONVILLE FlORIDA.FOLEY'S . o. I: "'t7S3i. Diet. POliS. Agt..
i orchard that Isn't lu row?"-W. I,:. A. nent-the kind of riourish- Fla
108 West BaySt': Jacksonville
1n I-'uriii Journal nent that cannot be obtained -: --

t food. 60 YEARS "I 8. H. II\RDWICK, P.T. M., Washington: l).C..-*w'. It. TAYLOE, O.P.A.'VRllblll I" .
{1. A MrOlry.AccoiiUnit in ordinary EXPERIENCE
..
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BROOKS MORGAN A. O. P. A. Atlanta. G.
t I. to nit exehnngo.
Secretary
No is too weak or
; Ooudiuan of tho MlMmnirl Horticultural system '

society In conjunction with other authorities lelicate to retain Scott's t Always Remember the Full NJ

announce that medals. awarded .
ftt the St. Touts. exposition will not Emulsion and gather good HONEYINDTAR g r

lie ready for Rome time jet nna will 'it. ,I
then be n.* follows: Every exhibitor rom TRADE MARKS Laxative Bromo: Quini

will bo given A cvrtlQcato of award and \?II will tend you a Prevents Serious Results :r*Yi'Vit' i' DCSIONSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.

n bronze medal for all bronze me.lnll l.unplc.free.. Anyone inullng) a tketrh.nd rimcrlrtlnn may
awards. Persons who were awarded B.._.that'hla picture In lh. From a Cold. ")illukl. ? aarvrtulii.la prohablf mfr piurntHhta.opiniitn free Cummunlraatt"n..tnctlrmnudantlnl. whether anInv.ntlon Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in Don
surer ml'llnl.t111 teem of a Libel U on the wrapper Remember the .. HANDBOOK on fauratasvntfrao. ,
receive name
a bronze ol vrf.botll of BmuUtan you Uldrat .1tear' for'secunuep.l.nta.Pstenta .
inednl with tho word "Silver" stamped a.I bur. Fol.,'. Homy and Tar. Insist tprrlal notice taken without thntuirh ch...Munti.., lit the:a Co. receive

y will thereon receive,; niul bronzo winners.medals of (fold with medals the l SCOTT & BOWNE upon having the genuine.Thr..lx..10.0..I.00 ScieiUifie: Jlm ri\an. t8. i os. 25c.o1.GiM1o111T.1AlDTAR .

word "Oold" stamped then-on. If Chemists A hnn".m..l intmtrittM weekly. tartest Mneld.ttan -
nny
i or any..t.ntm t Prepared only byFol.y
who are entitled to gold or silver tued. 409 Purl St.. N. Y. ,II. Sold by all newedealers,
A Company, Chl ..e. FoLGiSIIoNUlop.
nit wish medals l of these metals they 11UNN & Co:3/i8r.adwa,, New Yorknreoch

OS secured bj paymji for theta -5,. SOc. aad $I; an dfug bt,. Red Cross Pharmacy. Otll_ Q6 r 8U W..ID.I"o.D.C. the ooo tf la and Za.al.lassg. Gr.c Cold] Pr vi>ts Fees**







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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLK. FLA. JANUARY 19. 1900. 7

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JACKSONVILLE OUMONI In AC)[. H 1n n I':I'Z': I I

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NDSOR HOTEL . AT ORMOND BEACH FLA.

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST:: AND FLORIDA'S Bretton Inn NOW OPEN- Hotel Colonnades SEABREEZE FLORIDA. .
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LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL. ,
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Situated directly on the famous Ormoml autumobllo\ race course. Goal
garage aecom lo.ltlol1> Steam heat In rooms. Transient rato .1.00: and !i
Now for 1HO.VC.NKW
"'. *J,fio per day. Weekly rate, f 1.1: to &il.: 'lorldlElllit Coast Railway; 1X open svaaon !
miles south of Jacksonville. '
OWNERSHIP.,: NEW MANAGEMENT
ANDERSON & THICK HOTEL COMPANY,
Wv. S. KENNEY, Manager. Proprietors t'ulttlne Unexcelled All :Northern Help.
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Kntoa on Application Booklets.
DAYTOXA.Hotel
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1S-1J: (11<::0. If. UENNKTr: Manager.( 1:1

DAYTONA, ______ n..
41tr177 Grand Atlantic FLORIDA. I '

8 1 KA U It KEX K-I: )A Yl'O.VA, i
The Clarendon

FLORIDA.3sNow .
The Moat Beautifully Li>cntvd Hotel in this Rcsoit-directly on the

Halifax River. Only hotel with large lawns. 2,000) R'I'| ft. vernndnsitpuoiotm .

::; t.l1IeoSun/ Parlor, Billiard and Smoking ltoo 111". Four Piece =: Open: .=
Orclieatra. All modem eonvenlencoH. Rooms single or en sulto with Imth -

Rates moderato Ownership's management 1

E. L. POTTER C. II. KNAPPE
J. II. JOHNSON A SONS. ,

& CULLENS, OWNERS Proprietor. Manager.TITUNV1LLK : 1\1\ ;1
GK AND PROPRIETORS.
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Daytona House DAYTONA, FLORIDA. -' '

STMORELAND HOTEL Wont 13
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Open all the Year. Block from Pontofllce! 3. uk and Principal Stores '" ,I
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American plan Centrally located. Just built and open- Rates: $::!.(KI) pe" day; special by the week. )

ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water C. A. KENNEY' Propiiotor.Formerly Sembler Cottage, TITUSV1LLK, FJ. HIIIA. l Y

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. AUB.'eet of "The Kennlce." Open All the Yeai. Good lion id and Attention.REAfrO.VAIJLK .\
( : RATES.!
oars pass the door. Rates, $2., to tJ.HO day I,
per The Pines DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Two doors from I F. J E. C. Railway" Station; Tltuavlllo. j
1>.1'11. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. 318: South RIdgowood Ave MRS. A. J. HEMI1LER, Proprlotroas. ;'
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-A :NEW HOUSE- ', '
B New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PEACOCK HOUSE TlTUaVILLK, FLA. :
Electric Llglita. Hot and Cold Bntha. Furnace Heat. .')
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-On the American and European I'lan- Rates: $:!.r.O per, day and npwaida.MRS. Flr t.clllHIl Board at Reasonable R.vtos. Restaurant. and Retail Grocery In "
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MRS. M. L. l'F.ACOCI1'1'01' .1
Under new management. Newly furnished lenovated.. A pleasant connection. o '
U-4 : J. 11. ..
family home. Rates: American Plan, $2 Ol) and $2 30; European, OOcts 1IINSKY, Pjoprletieaa.Cleveland ,ri
and up. All cats form Union Station stop at the door. "1
UOCJII'IU.
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. ..
|o beautifully located Jtlveiaide Hotel at Oieen Cote Springs Is under the The ----- ---- ------ +
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

lAUNOLJ.SIJtlNGi04.Slime management. Hotel Indian River UOCKLEDOR;FLORIDA., l


S. 15. GREEN 1
81-12 Proprietor.IVY KNTIHK.l.V' { HKXOVVTKI: end MODKItV TIlltOIUllUKfT.

Magnolia Springs Hotel
It lasltufftpd In nn ()iniif; (!I'ovo, lIulll1 the henrt of the garden spot of Flortdcw.

(St. Johns. 1 lver.) M.l1XOLIISPIUS: (} FLA. INN DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Will A SUb.tll'IIl'IlIIl'jllIlIlIlI], the t bonk of the famous indinaRiver. ;. i

L'S: miles south of Juckeonvllle" by Atlnnilc Co-txt. Line It'y, and river steamers .
Klpen firoplnoeH In all ""'DIll. Seam heal Klovntor. Electilo; Lights Pure v
.'prlnlr Water Dry Climate No M juitoea. Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis, CUISINE! SAME: AS AT KLIihKON: : HOTEL, P.MUCRO.V: ', N. J.lionting ,
those who desire with all
satisfy elegance comforts and conveniences
l'ishing, Shooting. Two swimming I pools and atha. $" per day; special: '

weekly rates O. It. hEAVEY, Owner and Manager. Hunting/ Flailing, Orchestra" Etc ; )'
MRS. 1 FOLTX: Piovrletor. Koonm with or wthing( I ballm.. lUtun; M.fiO: (' ) to $3.tk:\ .
ST. AUGUSTINK.':

... The Cedars Ala.i Manager of 1 ELDEROV: HOTEf.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. J. V. JORDAN i\lgr.. Klbeion 1: New York.

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NEW HOUSE. HOME COMFOUTS.: .. .. -- - --'

r- t'. DAY BOARD. NEAR HALIFAX RIVEK.MRS. ]\1IHIU'l"I': .
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;. hli r-T t 18-12 WM. JACKSON, PROPR. '
M1i nlElllfcc
-al ? ,.tFu) ---- -- -- .. - -- .. RIVER VIEW HOTEL I fAXIl'rA.
,1 (>n the, banks of the| Indian River
llr AYTONA llHACIf.
Opposite Kmkluilo. ( eel (:'ecru( stations Kino" toiling){, hunting, anil Fllb-. t

Ing. Rates per day', .f Jt0 and t.l.CHl: ); per week, #in,00) and upward. K
Write for booklet W. ft. LORE, Prop. +
The Seaside Inn, DAYTOVA' REACH, J<'LA.Is -

l\IBf.uounXI':. i
now open for the winter, lIen"onImler the manaeement of the owner, ,',
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HORACE F. ISTE\V A It'!. Hindnume and l new, situated on I>:.iyt"m V
Beach, the hotel la modem In all \Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant New Hotel Carleton MEi.l3UIJiLNE, 1'LORUA.
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The Mailo Amusement Co.'s lIr "lIr.1 Cuunty.
Casino and l Pier. Terms moderate "lIl bellt mud. healthiest Point on the INDIAN RIVER." Hotel
I HORACE "'. MTKWAIt, Owner and Manager.DAYTONA with wide vernndim. {Sanitary plumbing, //lIsJljht bath rooms on
every /floor,and private butlm, fuinuro heat and good drinking wulor.
Z o .oon, Two blocks\ from Rallroiid Ntatlon, and near Ciaau Creek launch
DEEotolKOBT.. MURRAY Manager. harbor. Excellent FIshingandhunting. Rates:*:J per liiy and up. '
The Pinehurst J. M. JfERUUHON.:!
1 REACH, FLORIDA. .

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Hotel Bellevue MEMIOUKNK:, FLORIDA.A .
:2 ) DAYTON' C. BELKNAP, Prop. .
OTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUOUSl'INK. healthy winter result on high pine Und, over-luoking/ Indian River.

I Rates: f:J and l upward 1 !per d).ly. Special rates per week or season h,
-Write for mien to- 1 f
Lone Bay Inn DAYTONA BKAOH: FLORIDA. v'Manager.
Formerly Uoollall.J MADAM\ F.. M. CAMPflELL: R. W. CAMI'UELL,
( Proprietor,
<' door east of Postoflice. Rates: |1.50 to JJ.OO( ; special by the week.
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Now Open %I >
.%. 18-4 MRS. I. DAUUIL\RTY, Proprietor. I'AIJU] IIICAOII.':

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White House AND DAYTONA maCH, 1<'LOIUIIA.ANNEX ,

JOS. P. GItEA YES, Manager. I (Incorporated) '' '

OPEN: JANUARY IVril.Adjoining : [.
On Soabrce/.o avenue, near Ocean and Automobile Race Course.
ground of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Hosed on the north.
Houao Renovated Good Northern Cooking. Terms moderate.

Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
18.1'1 E. L. HOWARD, Owner and Manager.

tel St. George.AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. .______ ._______ _n_ __ ___ .. __ __. ___ ____ Flrst-rlass! Chef, Cuisine and (Service r ;
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;' UJENT.ARGEJ )toe It 1,1':1)(1 J-:.
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-Or,O33L 'to moaaOLTDOrS: : :n..1y--

> AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours.

Hotel .. -
Private Baths. First-class, up-to- New Rockledge
Elevator. Steam heat In every room. M Ltlti f.
and day. Send for booklet.B. .
date hotel. $2.50 up per ,
A..n.CI.Hotel .
of Huestls House, Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor. The Gautier MIAMI, FLORIDA, '
MONTGOMERY,
Corner Avenue C, and Oth Street.

Plaza Under Now Management. Cuisine and Service FlntclaHS.NOW . V.
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OPENMRS. j>
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le Hotel Granada ST. AUGUSTINE. .J. N. FEASTER, Proprietress.'
F1or1.Cl.n.Botli
FLORIDA. :Et.oo1.1.1oc.'tgo, I

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. of the-e modem hoteln ale iiualcd+ In the midst of bearing orange Nmv Yoitic.

MOil. beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opponite the Ponce usedLeon de groves, overlooking the beautiful Indian m"erj complete In every detail, ID ..-......,..- .. '
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and Alcazar hotels. The aud vegetable products eluding rooms eniulta with pilrate \bath., Steam heat. The very best fishing --
In the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm Rates |2 CO per day and banting. Daily p.x nrllonl by launch to point of Interest. Howling
with without\ private
and upward" Rooms, alcove, single or en suite, or Alleys. Ca containing. billiards, pool and other games. Two concerts Hotel Marlborough
week and to parties.
i p batbll Special ut..s per FULLER *tr* .McURATII\ dally by an orchestra composed of aololstf. Rates $1: per day and upward.
lyw Special wee\I ly. Yew Rockledge Hotel and Hotel Plaza: now open. Personal
Ilruadway, Smith and :l7tl1 !Streets! New York.

management of Completely Renovated and transformed In etory department. Most eeft'o 4 V
rida House ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. ,, I II, li. and P. SHARES. located hotel on 1)roadway. ELECTRIC: LIGHTS and TKI.EPIIONK: '
..._ .. .. trally .
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In'eVIlrY room la the
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TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. EUROPEAN: PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200< bath room Rate'.: $1.50 and upward I "
and I with bath. Parlor,bedroom and bath t 3: v:
Improvements, steam heat; more SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE without bulb. $J: upward
modern '
:Most centrally located with all other hotel In the city and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath *;"> and upward. 1,4
than
rooms with southern exposure Rotes any $:!.*> 10 $3.00 per da' !SWEENEY-TIEUNEY: HOTEL COMPANY: ,
Accommodate 230. FOR ALL, KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. K.: M. TIERN'EY, Manager.;
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE. FLA. JANUARY 1J, 190G.
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8 ADDITIONAL LOCALS. PEN'N'EYdL' $RAN:I1"Jt\rC::

.......................... MEETINGS OF THE LADIES'
...***..******** *.*- *** CLOTHIERS

: We have been dealers In dU- CULTURE CLUB. -Judjte and Mrs. M. t}. Jones have THE UP-TO-DATE ,

: it- !, to Quay and Klondike, to visit their MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHER
DIAMONDS gone
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: moods and other precious stones Titusvllle Is developing,: Into quite a .
ItS club town. and among the most popular sons.
7r since the" establishment of our J Is the Ladles' Progressive F1.e>
r of these club who bad been x'jdaf
: T1t'-1s'V"11.1.o
***** **** ;>**********1, Culture Club. This club has been -Dr. Wm. B. Hentz, ;

lit* business'in 18' 8, and direct Importers for more than 20 years. holding most Interesting meetings each visiting friends in Jacksonville, passed SCHLOSS BROS'
; week and have successfully carried out through); bere, yesterday, on his way to ,

E =We save you the middleman's profit= r the programme$ which was published in City Point. He left Mrs. Hentz In Jack SSgflP Fine Ready-made Clothing
... the ADVOCATE: several weeks ngo. lllB ||
... New members have been added to tbe sonville. .J.Jn..lpwer $1O to $18.t
roll, and new books to the library; and -Mr E. F. Cooley and daughters, of :

ccIl r Ya; Jr WJUTE run eels of the good club in has tbe been community.striving to be a means i Lansing, Mich. bave arrived in Titus- KNOT: :, STETSON and HAWES

;: JKWKtfc.lt1* A IMI'OKTt.KH i CATAI-OOfK. :: The following programme has been ville. Mr. Cooley is /getting his fine Hats
arranged for tbe next three months : launch East Wind, in readiness for a

=: 41 Wool Day St. Jacksonville, Fin. i..__.ilot ___ :.:.. Feb. B-Business meeting.$ cruise south as far as Palm Beach and $3. to $5.

******************** II 12-History day, roll call, quotations Miami. ..
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" ..- French literature, Mrs -:Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Perry, of Norwich SCHWAB CLOTHING CO.,

" n.. L. 20rj'xatr.. EASTERN STAR INITIATION. Curtis; Paris, Mrs. B. R. Conn., who were enjoying a visit
for '
ii WasblDKten Wilson day, roll call, quotations of a few days In Titusvllle, left for borne Ready-made Clothing Dui;
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.. A Followed.Frienclahip
Supper ; Oeo. Washington, yesterday owing to the expiration $ t '.50 to $1O All Sizes
: Chapter: No. 11, Order of Mrs. Monroe; Colonial literature of Mr. Perry's vacation. They are very ,
Eastern Star, held their bl.monthlymeeting :Mrs Wm.f.: with Titusville, and will
much
I Dtl/ : In the Chapter room, Masonic Brown; reading, Mrs E. pleased EDWIN CLAP and CROSSKTP
'1'::. hall, Tltusrllle, on Tuesday evening.Mrs. Rollins.. return later.

. George )I. Robbins ably filled the 20-Village improvement; Titus- Miss Mary imrall: of Ormond, l is in Shoes
OLD RYEs chair as worthy matron, while Mr. John vllle's needs, Mrs. A. Brady -
OLD R. Walker made a good worthy patron. Ways and means, the club the lead In the Times-Union contest, $3 to 650.
RYE wIItSKIrOnlrw.araf Tbe usual business routine having been members with 7,074 votes to her credit. Miss

; \ gone through, the Chapter was "called March 5_Business meetinir. Louise Foote, of Daytona, ia in second MANHATTAN and QUAKER I ITT
off" for the purpose of producing a can ; : trip to Italy
12: -History day. A with 0KI3 ballots. This count
didate for admission to this popular Mrs. Percy O. Walton; It- place, 4
; ShirtsSOFT
Order. was to Wednesday.Miss .
alian art, Mrs Kollins. up
Miss Lottie Teeter then came forward Prindle. icHuoss UROS..CO.
W. M.
to be initiated into the mysteries of the 41 10! -Library Music day., Mrs.Suggestions: for -! VanDeman, daughter of Judge FlneClolhos MaK-rs : and STIFF FRONTS!

a Order of tbe Eastern Star, amidst beau adding; to library from the and Mrs. J. D. VanDeman, was a passenger $1.25 to $2.00.

tiful strains of music pealing forth from members; books of reference on yesterday's train, on her way At all times a complete stock of everything ",

the organ. The very impressive cere Mrs. Wager; new from Delaware, 0., to Rocklodee: to that HEX AND BOYS WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY
and Miss! Teeter having
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, I received mony being hearty over congratulations, supperwas 20-Fiction books day., Miss Favorite Daisy Biady.quota spend the balance of the winter with All goods marked In plain figures- Shoes for Ladies

Ales, Stout, Etc. prepared. The supper table !groaned tions; early novelists, Mrs. her parents and sister, who preceded her Strictly One Price to All.

+ Send me your orders! under the weight of the delicious L, A. Brady; modern fiction ome time ago. $2.50 to $3.50.
Mall orders a specialty
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. things provided by the refreshment com- Mrs. I>. B. Prltchard ;
, mittee, which were done ample justice reading from fiction, Mrs. -Mr. J. P. Freeman, of Social Circle,
I to by all present. The table was decorated Rathbun. Ga, and Rev. W. f. Allen, of Tttusville, These brands are lucogulzed leadeiv In tjle, fit and finish. Sold only by Lead

t Robbins & Graham Co. with. bunches of beautiful roses of April 2-Business meeting. paid: Palm Beach a visit the first of the WE &FLL THE BEST THAT MONEY: CAN BUY
: various colors. Mrs. LorIllard -
1> Spain,
-History day. week. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman, who have _
The meeting wan a very pleasant one, ---- -- - - -
( Spanish explorers: : -- --
and thoroughly enjoyed.An ; been spending several weeks in TltusIlle -
Incorporated. Mrs. A. Brady; reading
i'R ( ) ; ADVOCATR reporter was presentand from Byron, Mrs. Wager. visiting their daughter and son-ln- :S: :ardware: : ., Stoves, Oils ;
PAID UP CAPITAL $.1,000,00f noted the following us being In attendance -
I }O-Ea ter. Roll call, quotations.' law. Rev. and Mrs. Allen, will leave today
This own : Earter In foreign: lands, PAINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
company I and
at St. Augustine
f : Mrs.' Geo. M. Robbins, Mrs. B. R. Wilson Mis. Nelsnn. Easter at for a few days

Oli si= ILT:: XD:: S, Mrs. M. A. Scrimgeour, Mrs. De home, Miss Palmer; readIng then home.
Veaux Sam, Mrs. F. A. Morgan; Mrs. :Mrs. Denbam.
; r the Indian River Country; On the St. J. Kline; Misses. Kate :Stewart: Catherine 21-Federation, day Subscribers to tbe ADVOCATE have
Sums'Jresie Sanders, Zmdle :Stewart : been sending in checks and postofticerders
River at New River and on Bay 80-boclal day.
Lacle
,. ; Carrie Mendel and Lottie Teeter; rather freely of late, but there & ; -
Blsaayne. Priced to cult the timed. also. .
who
subscribers are
Dr. B. R. Wilson and IIIe 8r... Jno. R. THE SUCCESS LAUNCHED.Tbe are a few of our
; Send for Land Lint. Walker, Goo. M. Robbins, F. A. Morgan till in arrears, and their attention l Is

Offices at Titusville and Miami. Fla. and C'has. H. Walton. Lorillard Boat Co., of Titnsvllle!, called. to the name,and-date slip pasted ry i yut t J lwuh,,,''' ,w?

launched their demonstration launch upon their paper or wrapper every week. 1

THE CHAUTAUQUA OF THE Saturday, with a 2,',.' h. p., Temaatt!
East Coast Meat Market TROPICS. Monahan engine, which Mr. Lorlllan PALATIAL HOUSEBOATS.Colonel .
represents on the East Coast! of Florida
The launch stalled off without mishap,
O. F. DUREN, Agent. Melbourne: Is to hold the Chautauqui and baa been named the "Success.: Robert M. Thompson, of

1 of the Tropics, this year, on March 4tl There was some spirited brushes on th New York, and party of friends, arrived
=::3ca
: to the ISth., and the new board of dlrec- I river Sunday, and the Success held her at Tltusville\ Wednesday, on board the
.... In readlne with launches of twice her
,.. tore are busy getting! everything; ; own power house-boat Everglades. She
-- s. Dr. W. L. Davidson' will\ be the of other makes of engines palatial ,
U2ca s:>> Superintendent of Instruction again this Mr. Lorillard designed and built tin. is In command of Captain R. D. Hoke,

-: s:>> year, which Insures a good program Success, and he is well pleased :with her, of Jensen, and John !Myers formerly of
= Some of the finest attractions to be baci as she fully came up to his expectation Titusvllle, Is chief engineer. The Everglades
e.. are already engaged, and the season of: The (success Is 18-ft long, 4-ft lU-in ..Ide.
is a fine boat, and Is thoroughly
lil will be up to to the high grade o and draws 11 Inch**. The I.orlllardDoat
=s other years. Co., have leaned, with an option to equipped with all modern conveniences. 7

::: k) From one to two board meetings; anleld purchase, the A. Brady property at tin She. Is on her way" to Palm Beach and +
W
', U2I :- every week now, and no stone will end of the city dock (this property bav- Miami. Colonel Thompson who Is said n y
=CL y be left unturned to make this the red log been newly under pinned and to be a million.lire, is accompanied by
r = letter year of the Chautauqua of the thoroughly renovated) This building,: I Major Parsons, a prominent civil engineer -
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, Tropics. The plan l la to suit the taste will be equipped with a marine railway,, on the Istbnian Canal Commission, Walker: : :Hardware: 00.,
of every body, and to furnish a program and will\ have an up-to-date shop for and one of the chief engineers of the
that will be uplifting and entertaining building boats, repairing and installing New York subway, who loaves for home TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.NINONNONOONOOINNOOONNINNNONN.

The Board of Directors recently elected engines, beside having a place where to-morrow morning; Mrs. Garrison, Col. __ _ _
sas follow: Mr. Wm. T. Wells, presl- launches can be stored, all under cover,, Thompson's ; Mr. Kelley, Mr. Ro- u '
Bros.EAU
Hodgson lent; Dr. L. A. Peek, vice president;; all the year round. mant and Mr.lsteri'. Racey. .ONO. *
Uv.. J. B. Hawk, secretary; Mr E. P. Is said to have cost .
The Everglades F. ...MOKIIAM:r, Proprietor. Du. E. Ik ULAKIWOOU, Registered: Druggist
OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA Branch, treasurer; n.V.. Goode, J. E. THE HUNTING PARTY. $40,001); she was built by Capt. R. D. :
f hL Hodgson: Nathaniel Downey, It. E.lImll. Hoke, at Jensen; and although: the Ever .
Marine R\11: way.General.Mercbants . W. L Matcalf, F. 11. Fee and Dr. glades has travelled over 15,00):) miles, .
Chandlers Geo. W. Holmes. Dr. E. F.. Rollins and Messrs. C. II. abe has never leaked or been strained. :
and Ship : I Race, Edgar A. Freeman, '1'. G. Coulter The above partf Joined Messrs. Racey

..Special Facilities.. I END OF A LONG LITIGATION. and J. M. Osban, with their dogs tent and Osban yesterday morning, and went RED PHARMACY
and other returned to Tl
paraphernalia, Minting In the neighborhood/ of Titus
r For Hauling Out, :Storing: and Repairing tusville last Saturday evening);, after I vllle, and although It was a hot day in ,
Yachts and Launches. Judge O..nVlne. III* Ca.... spending nearly live days hunting In the the: wools, they returned with 33 quail ..
Judge D. L. Oauldon, of Tltusvlllo, woods, which were anything but dry Last night they left for the mouth of .
Mention the ADvocATe when writing. pent 1'IIoniiayanl1 Tuesday In Jackson after the, late rains. The weather was Banana river, where the party have gone: .
llle\ attending Circuit Court in that wet and cloudy most of the time, and after duck. They will return to Titus- : TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA
city, in the case. of Gaulden vs. Wllkln- their hunting outing was not pleasant ville to-day, and leave for the south to- .
eon, unlawful detainer. as usual; but they killed 208 quail up to morrow. Complete Stock of---
o Stanley ICitcliingDealer The Court gave judgment and a writ the time they left the woods for Titus Colonel Thompson Is a genial, wholelouled .

of possession to the plaintiff, Judge vllle.Mr. gentleman, and our editor and PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
In I ianlden. Racey returned to Titusvllle on Jr. Houghton received a hearty welcome
STATIONERY CIGARS The Judge Is to be congratulated; on the 1 :;r 0) train-Titusvllle-Sanford branch from him on the Everglades last night.On .
FISHING TACKLE, ending this litigation which, in various -and left forWaveland on the 2:.:>9 train, Wednesday, the big houseboat Prescriptions Filled with the '

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy Cliina. form, has been pending for the past live last Saturday :SInce that: time Dr. Rol Vagabonda, arrived at Tituaville, andleft :. Utmost Care and Promptltude'Q .
and Coulter
line and Messrs. Freeman B
tl south
for ,
and Temperance Drinks years yesterday, .
varlousJOlnts
1 The following brands of cigars delivered The lantllnvo'yo.lls about forty acres have been dally: making big bags of a is far ait Palm Onboard :i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. 'GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
at $2.23:! : per box of 50: river front In Rlveiside, Jacksonville quail and duck. were: The owner, James R. Mellon .

\ Humboldt, Key Wast! Smokers, Promos' and Is said to be the most beautiful -- the well known Plttsburg banker, ...............................................N
Ciomo Cubanas i'ohalskl. tract of land In Jacksonville, and Is A CHILDREN'S PARTY. who was accompanied by Joseph R.
i : ,
worth, at present, about *I iiO,000. Wood well, W. 11'. McCook,Frank C. Mo-
''I 'w Flinch Cards, >0c. ; \ Made ralmetto Gerr, Emil Winton and others. They : 3RA::o'"Z d<: seO.::
EL
Huts" 23o.t : : On Thursday evening, Master Mark are on a fishing and shooting and ,
STUART, FLORIDA AN ITALIAN COLONY. Brown gave an enjoyable party to about the boat Is well supplied trlP\\* the I -DEALERS IN-
t; 13 of his little friends. The party took necessaries of this life.CHURCH II
! Endeavor are being! made to locate place at the residence of his parents, I GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODOCI)
: E. Vesey Hall XX colonies of Italian agriculturists In this Mr. and Mrs Wm. M, Brown, Julia FERTILIZE:
X k
I Ii street, Titusvllle, and was continued NOTICES.Rev. I We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES
I I Fla. I tate. There l 111 plenty of room along all com
i Georgians, : 10:00 o'clock We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of
the East Count of Florida for Industrious from 7:30 to p. m. Among
? Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
1 s\ J3oa"'t: :BU.11c1arI workers of the soil, unit the returns the various: representative amusing noticed games! there an ADVOCATE was- John W. Walker will officiate as era. E. L. BRADY BRO. . . TITUSVILLE, FLA.
, from well-grown of vegetables
I crop ollows on Sunday:! Jan. 21:
would labor an animal contest In chewing !gum, and .
Agent for New Superior Motor. amply repay for the expended - -- -- -- -
,I and leave a marcia besides. Just alter collecting and adjudicating' ); upon Cocoa St. Marks church.
Have 4 b. p. on band, ; call and see It. Sunday school at UiO: a. m. .
now there are two excellent colony sites the merits and demerits of these wonder P c;; c>1VE:
M Estimates and prices furnished on In the neighborhood Titusvllle\ -one fully-formed animals, the committee Morning prayer at 10:31)\ a. m.Titusvllle : zr C

application. located on the Delesplne grant, which awarded the first prize to Ityals Wager, St. Gabriel's church.Sunday .-
-Dealer In
l' ---_. fronts on IndUn River; and the other at who made the best. Imitation of a good- school! 0:30: a. m. -
Mime looking! elephant; and second prize to Bible class at :t:3i: p. m. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT A,!
,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Tile Tltusville Board of Trade is- now Fanny Budge for a rat. Evening prayer at 7:30 p. m. ,
In communication with an association" in Refreshments and music brought; to a Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
New York that has been making In- close one of the most pleasant children's on :Sunday: next, Jan. 21: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.Walker .
Brewing Asso's.rmroue qulrles as to suitable locations in this parties given in Titusville this winter. Melbourne, Holy Trinity church.

section of Brovtird county. Morning prayer at 10:10:: p. m.
S.1fc.
St.' Louie Keg knit Hot A GIPSY PARTY. Holy Communion, 10:30a.( : ( m. W1n :a

IK tied Rear MRS. MONROE ENTERTAINS. Eau Oallle, St. Johns church.-

Hold b j Metnrt. f.A. Louie; and Mr. and :Mrs.! F. A. Morgan, of South Bible class at 3 p. m. Dealer In -

R. L. Motlow,Titusvllle,F''''. Mr. Amy Monroe entertained the Tltusville!, fave an Impromptu Gipsy Evening prayer, 7'K:: p. m.Titusville. Staple and: Fancy: Groceries'
Party on their lawn Tuell,1.1yevenlnl:,
.
Gabriels .Frlday
Progressive Culture Jlub. last Tuesday St. churoh,
B M r. R. I. Motlow,Cocoa, Fla.
afternoon, at her pleasant home In >outliTltunville. to several friends in that neighborhood evening 7.i:: <>, choir rehearsal. Fruits and Vegetables
A bonfire made chairs ,
big wa were!
A large number of the members .
; JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., and! their friend and placed) In a circle around it; the grapho- The presiding elder of the East!: Coast :
were
delightful time I III reported present by all., The phone played many popular airs of the district Hay. S.V.. Iawler, Is now In Hay: O-rstian.:: an.: L Fee

Sole Distributors, afternoon of social. chat and musical day Jokes were cracked and refreshments 'ttusvllle, and will preach nt the Metb- -Your Patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE. -
,, selections, both vocal and instrumental served under the bright blinking odlst church here next Sunday, January
610 to OJO West Hay Street rendered by some of Titusvllle'stalented liars, and the party ended about ten 1st., both morning ant} evening. This FLORIDA.
o'clock. being the occasion of tbe first Quarterly c--
musicians, and the dainty refreshments -- -- -
JACKSONVILLE FLA. served, all helped to pass the time too Conference, of this charge. All are invited -
quickly away. I BOUGHT A LOT. I to hear him. INDIAN RIVER ICE F ACTOnY.TITU .
, Each: lady was presented with a fancy Also preaching at Cocoa next Sunday,
John White & Co. I. by the pastor, at 11 a. m. and 7 m. VILLE FLA.
postal card as a souvenir of tin very Mr. Jake Lorlllardd, .Jr., haspurchsedft p. ,

I LOUISVILLE.1..U.bod tsar KY. pleasant Occasion tine building lot on the bank of Indian I Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special Itt*

.-'ue'wnFURS...? ..._ r River Nelson'Tttusville residence, just where south la the of future Capt., Drayins and 1au lIng.: paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

Wood for Sale. be expects to erect a nice residence. At All kinds of draylng and hauling T. WETJIORE Proprietor. -

and Hides. \_ present Mr. Lorillard and family are occupying promptly attended to, and Satisfaction ---';
wLe Pine or oak, any length. See or ad. Capt. J. O. Walton's) cottage in guaranteed.
1-- dress J. W. Jamison, TltusvlUe, Fla. South Titusvllle. Jolla KITTLE: : Titu vllla.'Ajf.Ui SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.


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