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 26, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00435
Source Institution: University of Florida
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1(3.( NO. 33. ___ TIT8VILLE, FLORIDA: DA-Y, JANUARY QO( 1OOC( PRICE 50.OCAL I


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NEWS, John K. Walker)) A Co., The UpTI>ato Clothing lions Sale of McuN: and IlojN Suits Went l TltiiHtlllo Property i I'laKor ., Ing resort I Is delighted with Rocklodge ,

and OtercoatM. Sale. tumid Its beautiful orange groves. '

ITopIct" of General Interest Carries a full line of. Clothing, Gents The only store of Its kind in the city. Whore to. .stop along the East: Coast .
Fine residence ami tract of land con'
Furnishing Goods, Hoots, :Shoes:; hate Our leaders ,
: As said to the other, thl
we you day, "I Soo list of hotels and boarding housed
training 21 acres, of which Is 11l'lne\ ton
I part
Reading notice ads. are ten cents Caps, Underwear, Whirls, etc. ; Trunks, Schloss Bros. Clothing has been the banner year with us fo 4th and 7th
Umbrellas Dress ORANGE GROVE Tho UKSIDKVCIIs :: ( \ : pages.
o on this page. Suit: Canes, etc. Stetson data Clothing. We still have 1Ilno assort.

THE ADVOCATE, Also Dry Goods, :Millinery, Notions, Knox Hats.. ment left. We are going; to take all omit' now and In perfect condition tliiouuli Mr. W. '''. Russell, of Now York city,

Furnltme, etc. Hawes Hats.. out Iteftidnnca contains eleven room*, hue nrrepted (a position. as clerk at the
and Snits and Overcoat
advance.
In Fancy Staple ,
10 per annum exclusive of Hiith' rom and Pantry and
A fiiat-claHB Hotel Oimond.Brotton .
,;:> six months, it Dressmaking establishment Edwin Clapp Shoos.Ciossett . and put them on sale at the mercy of
China Closet (Hot, and cold' water Ir
00 per an. to foreign; countries.n attached to this stoie.JOIIV. Rho014.Manhattan the first coiners. Now just let us give: < Inn, (h'm')11I1110RCh, has been
bath kitchen find Bathroom
room, pitntry.
you subscribe for tho ADVO i K. WALKER CO, Shirts. you an Men of what. you' can pick up at cinwdnd, with guests of late, which has
has closet Laundry has.
sanitary
it does not cost you TILE LAItGtI HlilCK STORK, E. & W. Collars and ; ,
by the year, this Bile, If you come nt onco.Boy's rniiHoil Manager Keuney to wear a smiling
ents per week, postage Included. Titusville, Florida.Mr. Queen() Quality' Shoos for Ladies. (nook Thibet Navy Blue ::IlIlfsat sanltiuy. closet and water facilities countenance
Watoi, good timid plentiful. .
date of expiration printed upon Mall orders spuclaly. $ '.8\J\ each '/
week. This Barn, 2.Ht.xJOt't.: now and up-to-ditc, Mr.\ I). .1. Tmdeau I III again In his old
or wrapper every John Cone of Benton arrived
wee Sea our large: display ad. on 8th,page. Men's Fancy Woisted Suits ut $10\ ;
ielpt for. your money. No neo<:1 1to In all Its arrangements./ Canlngo house position ,its chief clerk at Hotel Ormond, I
last
Tltusville, Saturday, on a visit to PEVNKY iVt lIaA < in fnct suit and 1 overcoat at cut
send! receipt for. subscription :iNINI, every a '
his adjoining barn. Water in barn whoio he has been for many season.
sister Mm.
ite gives I It to yuDVOCATKS A. A. Monroe The Up-to-date Clothiers, price. Largo/ Chlckon House, cement floor,, The Oimond" , under the able mana e- R
-Mis. A. A, Drgianw) and Mr. and !Mtn's and Boys' Furnishers, Don't delay too long, or you will mU
for sale at the Red I also suppllud' with water went of MOHSIS. Andoison A Price, has
Mrs Win Warnoek of jAtnica N. Y Titusville this chance.
Fla. laving
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,
money
Pharmacy, TItusvllle.\ Grounds, surrounding house, under always boon n popular house, and the
are now at their winter home at El Mail orders given Hportal attention.
cultivation. etc have boon large since the
!good ShriibbeVy, bookings quito :
ttornoy R. II. Seymour, of Miami, Dora. -Dr. L. M. Tiffany, of Baltimore, arrived JULIUS KLINE,
To be seen to be appreciated. opening/
town on Tuesday. In Titusville, Wednesday, and at Titusville\ Fla. r
Colonel C. Fowler I'
W. superintendent A very clodded bargain for somebody
Mr.\ L. W. Maxon for several past
left for Canaveral Club. ,
Goo. A, Worlev ono of Miami'snown : of the once
r. Kentucky Military Institute, CIIAS. 'r.cJOY; ( t
connected with tho Royal Polnclanit -
Mr. Jno Walker and Charles years,
son
legal lights, was In Tltns- Eau Gallle, was u passenger' on Sunday's -!Mr. Wm, II. McFarland and party Iw Tltimylllo, Kin. the cashier' sOIl '
In department,
Ionday, upon law business before northbound train, on u business visit to returned from the automobile races, at spent yesterday at Daytona, attending of the PurkInthrPlnes ;
who bait also been manager -
the! automobile
M. S, Jones. Jacksonville.Mr. Daytona, yesterday, and today they laces. -Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, of Eau Galllo, nt Alkeu, H. C, well\ v

leave for the motor Palm ]loath -Are looking for beans? If the only lady physician and surgeon In
of Nichols' CRUSHED OATS races at you you who
lots E. F. Cooley, Miss/ Eva Cooley, known among the guests frequent
Crenshaw Bros. of have Florida, has a new ad. I In this Inane| of
are Tampa
received at Wagoner; & Co.'s. Master David Cooley and Miss| Marie -Take note of the new ad. of S. K. 1'ulm Beach, has lately buoti engaged/ OH
them. Rend their mid. on. our 4th the A UVOCATI!:. It can bo found on
r. Augustus ntou, Now York's Platt, of Lau..lnl''I1cb"' ,' who lived in Watts, of :Eau: Gallle, on our 5th page page. page ..J.CAUIIFI.OWEU. manager of the Queens Hoyal Hotel,

Enown and popular playwright, has 'Iltusvllle lust week, ha.e gone to Palm He duals In dry goods, shoe", notions, _Mr. II. M. Found, of Wilmington, N. YOUNG ONIONS, Nlagara-on-the-lake, Ontario, for next P

and winter Beach and Miami In !Mi. Cooley's line etc. Road the ad. C., uncle ofII\ rll. Geo. M. Rabbins, wan' summer.-Palm Beach News
his 1.
I at orange grove green cabbage, turnips, oranges, etc,
launch. East Wind. In TltusvlllA from Saturday until Sunday .
lice at Hobe Sound, Fla. -Mrs. Jerome Twlchell and. family, Wagoner & Co.
while south. TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS.
on u trip
r. and Mrs. Geo. .M. Robbins leftn -Mi. I.ollertV, Parsons, 2nd vice- of Kansas City, Mo., will piobubly join -This office does not know everything
of the Florida Hunt Const Ky. Mr. Tnichell his A new shipment just received of liar-
president at
the early morning; train for Day. pineapple plantation, "by !long odds," so If you know an Itemof
to witness the races has arrived at Miami from New York, at Sowalls Point, this week, and remain : lam's Imperial and Breakfast Boll The following hotels and boardinghouses
yesterday, : interest, do not think It too much
the of Mr. and Mrs. and has been receiving hearty greetings for the balance of the winter. I Ilr. ColTnos at Wagoner A CO.'H. along the East Coast are now' M
are guests trouble to write the item and send It into
from his friends Mr. Parsons open, aM will bo seen by their nd.*. on our (
Tlolman on orange avenue. many -!\ J. K Bradley arrived on Saturday -'Mrs. Geo. 1' Slssons and son, of( the ADVOCATE!: ofllco. Write It plain : i iJacksonville
will spend the winter at Miami and the Ith and 7th page:( :
ipt Nelson and family, Mr. andJ ADVOCATE follows. from :New York, and the Reach Club Franklin Park, Jamaica Plain, Boston, especially! Initials and mimes. -and '

Sondeigaard and Mr. and Mrs.M. : will be opened to the public on Monday.The were passengers ou Saturdays: south. on one side of the paper -Hotel Windsor.The .

Prindle boarded Oapt. Kelson's -Rev. S. '''''. Lawler, presiding elderof management have this season so- bound train, on their way to Roseland, Among the recent arrivals at Hotel Westmoreland. '

iinch Keewanaw Wednesday the East Coast district, preached two cured an excellent corps of chefs, and on. a visit to Mr. and Mrs L. C. Moore New Traveler.
on
Ormond are Mr. and MM. W. Clifford
lied for Palm Beach, to witness the every able sermons on Sunday last,In the they will be better able to care for their They are relatives of :'trs, John Goode Earp, of London. Mr. Clifford.Eurp' ha* Magnolia Spring*.-

E. A. Is chief Methodist church The church was many guests and keep up the excellenceof and her daughter, Mrs. Moore. Magnoll Boring hotel.
races. Mr. Morgan made records as a chalTeur and racer I
well tilled In the and In the the Club Palm Beach News. St. Augustine
morning, -
per on board. -Mr. and Mrs J. F. Hathaway, of that have made him famous all over the I Ponce de Loon

: SMALL PIIOTO. ENLARGED evening fairly packed. Mrs. Denham Judge R II. Lalmbeer and wife, Boston, regular visitors to the East world. He came to Ormond to drive the The Alca/.ur. '

and will pleased the congregation; with a beautiful !- prominent residents of Brooklyn, N. Y., Coast for the past fifteen seasons, have fast machine of the Napier Motor Co., Hotel St. George. u
xlO In. for $1.40, give yon I sacred solo. Florida KOUHO.
irlstmas picture free. The Eagle/ write us that they ate now at the Hotel come early, an In their custom, and will ,>f England. Granada Hotel.

street DR. F. II. IIOUGUTON Is still attend- Ponco de Leon, St. Augustine, for the remain late. :Mr. Hathaway Is an enthusiastic .
trait Co. 421 West State
} IF YOU( WANT 1'0 BUY Oil HELL Ormond Roach
kxonville, Fla. 214r. ing to business at the Indian River winter. The Judge, who Is very popularIn autolst, and his valuable Stanley Real Estate on tod"an River, apply to Bretton Inn.

Hotel wharf, Titusville.\ See him before New York city, will soon make a machine Is at the Hotel Ormond" Dl1ytonl1-
Judge 1). L. Gaulden Tltunvllle Fla.
,
Jeppe Sondergaard. and wife, of he leaves launch trip down the East Coast, stopping where they are guests. Mr\ Hathaway Grand Atlantic hotel.

Am boy, N. J., arrived In Tltus- off at Tltusville, Rockledgfl, Palm Is really "the father' of automobile rao- -Col. Frank\ Budd, of Rutland, Vt., Daytona House.

>n Saturday last, accompanied by -To. Miss Mary Simrall, of Ormond, leach and Miami.A InJ{" on the ,lytomi beach. accompanied by liln charming niece, The Cleveland
fallen the honor to the Speed The Cedar
has crown
friend, Mr. Spencer Dayton, a !Miss Wlloox, have been spending a few
the close of the automobile raceson of left Eldred TRY THE 1)E-TAN-A'1ED COFFEE The Plnns. '
: King at pity young men
and contractor of Perth Amboy. day at Palm Beach, as guests; of the The Ivy Ion,
Oi' beach Her to- last nod night In'ItuavillB.Saturday.oomposed Ii's and harmless even for Inva.
the mon i-Daytona Friday, stopped over pure
of the winch
will spend the balance Palm Beach Hotel. They crime down Seabreeze:
tal vote was 20, 20; while Miss Louise \ of Messrs. lids. Wagoner: Co.Mrs. .
Clarendon.The .
Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, at from Fort Pierce In Colonel Build'syacht The \

line home la South Tltusville.\ The Foote, of Daytona, got 10,0'X!' () votes. II S. Thomas, S. E. Lewis, D. P. Eldred -: Geo. W. Scoble and daughter, from his elegant residence at Colonades. .,,

ATE acknowledges a pleasant call From the very start of the contest Miss and R. P. Robinson( of Eldred, and Will Merle, who have resided In Norfolk, Fort Pierce The Colonel received avery Daytona Beach 1 i,

Simrall held a leading position almost T..Frantz, of Ankona, en route to Daytona Seaside Inn.
hem on Monday. Va., for the past year, arrived In De- pleasant reception here from his Inn.
continuously. A few times her name to take In the automobile races and will visit Mr. Lone Bay
Land this week, many friends of last winter, and will White )House. ,
nator W. J. Morgan, of New York was second or third In the lists as they here this week. They were traveling; In and Mrs. W. M. Woodward until the vlllit here later In the season.-Palm The Plaehurst.

arrived at Ormond on Saturday were published dally, but throughout the fast little launch, Lucle II, belongIng let of February, when they will leave for leach :New 'ritunIll8-Sembler Cottage.

tilled with enthusiasm over the the contest she was easily In the lead. to Mr. If. 'Ihomas.. Titusville, where they will spend the re- Peacock House.
net and most successful automo- There are few people who come
and M. Flaglor went These althoughIn mainder of the winter. Mrs. ricoble MerrlttRoukledgo-
Mrs. days
-Mr. Henry warm summer ,
Cft ever held on the Orraond-Day- outh for the ,winter who are better River View Hotel.
from Palm Beach to Ormond, Monday, winter, are offering most attractive will receive a warm welcome, as her
inch. lie is general manager of known here than Mr. and Mm, Charles -
In their were Ifo to those who enjoy to bask beneath friends here are pleased to know
'lorida East Coast Automobile to view the races. party I many D. Cory, of Boston, !MIHH., who como Hotel Indian River.hotel .
of N. C. Miss the sun's In the morning and late that she expects to again make Tltus Plara.
ttlon, undor whose auspices the Mrs. Kenan, Wilmington; ; rays. / I early and stay late. Mr. Cory I II an ardent -

,itlonal mid-winter race meet took Kenan, Mr.[ and !Mrs. W. R. Kenan, Jr., afternoon, there are the dully concertsof : ville her home golfer and In Ills capacity an secretary Now Itockledge. i

his week! : on the Orraond-Daytona of Lo kport, N. Y. ; and Miss Hanna the combined orchestras of the two -Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dowltt, Mr, and meets the greater number who Melbourne-Hotel Hotel Bellovlew.Caileton.

Holies, of Wilmington. At the close! of hotels, where pleasant programmes are Aldrich and Leo and Miss the I III
course. lIe took to OrmonJ the ilrs. son frequent green Mr. Cory one Palm Beach-

-Union crown trophy for the Speed the races Mrs. Kenan will go to Wil heard and sweet strains are wafted Murphy, party who have been occupying who I III early on the link and while often Beach Club Cafe.

lad also some of the handsomest mington, while the other members of through the trees. Out In the Cocoanut one of J. R. Walker's houses North playing/ alone, give; his opponent an In. Doynton-

iir badges of the Ormond-Daytona the party will return to Whitehall with Grove afternoon teas are served at the ribusvllle for the I past month, left on .creating game. lie ha been known In Boynton hotel.

eet ever gotten out for a similar Mr. Fligler.-A Inter account says that hour of sunset, when the whole scene 1 I" Monday, for a week's stay lo New some literary work and take great Inerest Miami.

ilrs. Flagler and her mother Mrs. Kenan, set aglow by the ray of the setting sun. will his The Gautler.
'n. The badges are of gold, and Smyrna, from which point they In that line of work, while
changed their minds[ and stayed at Palm Many declare the closing hour of the Ormond .
credtable.
tacked to a watch fob, making take In the races at Daytona contributions have been especially

meful and ornamental souvenirs. Jeach. _________ day at l'alm Beach as among the most beach. They were much pleased with { .-Palm Beach News. Furnished house For Jtetit.
ttractive.-Palm Beach News. -
r Morgan Is hustler. ritosvllle and may return after the races.
a lIou e-Cat For Sale. ADDITIOVAi. LOCALS will be foundon furnUhed
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. Before leaving they ordered the ADVOCATE A soven room house to rent-
our 8th, page for light housekeeping.\ Price .:.1!*>.() "
Pictures framed style : to follow them.
Land For Sale. A sloop-rigged House-boat for sale; any month.

lead room and toilet room. Cheap for Souvenir post cards. Motor floats, ljel 15,00 f per address/
:Motor float Wanted. For particulars, ,
Edison and Dry Batteries.
acres In Indian River Narrows; .
cash. Apply at -
J. It. WALK EH.Tltuivllle.
t this Is choice garden land. TlTl'svnulAIUYE: : RAILWAY, Boat and PARIAN house paints. Wanted-a motor boat Id to 2'-ft long. Sixteen feet long, two horsepower engine Fla. i

eras opposite Grant; part of this 2J-1:) 'Iltusvllle, Fla. House Furnishing Goods. Give particulars and price *lx mile per hour .f jm

mock. CHAS. A. GABON, TITUSVILLE, Io LA. Box 17, Tltusville. Fla. McCoy It no*", Furnished, Cottages: Fur ICent.

sell above In tracts to suit pur- Public Notice. Telephone 3&. I Dirtona, Fla." -

i. Duck Hunting.! Highland Park Cottage, at Eau Gallle r '
Pianoforte Tnnlnj
res In Bearing Orange; -Trees, one As Agent, I sro directed to notify the M. L. Peacock-, at Tltusvllle, Is prepared Orllf'Ie"Vrll"" '". Fla., overlooking Indian River, good

rthof Tltusville.CJ. public not to( Hah) In Bird Lake or trespass Adolf M. Jaehde, the well-known and to take parries out for duck shooing lulling( boating and hunting, short dl-

F. PADDHOX, thereon, as It and adjoining landsare practical pianoforte timer, will be In at reasonable rates. Correspondence Consignment of Itxlt) and 12x13. or. tance to Ocean Bench, all new and nicely

Eau Gallle, Fla.U'alker private property, taxable, and the Tltusville shortly, to attend to the tun- solicited. ange wraps| ; extra tins tpiallty.EAUTCiMDT furnished, "I.5 and 7 rooms each. Photo

tax duly paid theieou. log of pianos. Look out for him. LtlHIIKR: SUPI-LT Co., and full particular on application.WM. .

Hardware Co. JOHN HEJTBT: ,Jersey Hull Kor Hale.' 23-2w Kan Gallle, Fla. U. RoKMCir.

for Owners. Otf Eau Gallle, Fla.
,
2t Agent Thing You Need. Nearly full blood, 15 months old,
carry a full line of Shelf Hardware \VuOII for Half.
price, JO.OO.: P. U. Walton, Titusville,
'abet everything else In our line. Hiii-galns In Iteal Mutate.2ttO We always carry a Full'Tine of the FIll. Winter Home For Halo.

are making a special run on our celebrated Keen Kntter Tools. Pine or r.iik, any length. See nr ad- -

If In need of a cooking stove, acres of 'land on Merrlttn Island, John Lucas Paints In all shades, tints Fruit and Vegetables drOll" J. W. Jamiiton, Tlrusrllln. Fla. For tale, a bu.vutlful. winter home, lit
:Merrltt Island Fla. !2'J
nated at Lotus, ;
jie range, oil stove or heaters of which is a fine residence and 2"> acres and color .
id be call) and examinee on of Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of AMONG THE HOTELS acre',5-rooni house,good dock und break >
sure to In Grove., Bears :5000)( boxes Oil Heater The only perfect 011
Orange Bay and:: Julia street, Jacksonville, water; orange, gtapefrutt/ tangerine,
before buying elsewhere Cash price $:!J2XK( Heater made Is the Perfection; It will -
oranges. result Their \ and \ tree, In bearing. One
Fla., always bring good ting kumquat|
have the prettiest lot of Toilet 200 acres on Indian River. "Beautiful not smoke or smell. When ;you get this The ADVOCATE: .111 I on lie at all the
facllUlen for handling Pineapple, Grapefruit of the best location on the Indlao River.
'1 hlna and Glassware, Including River Front. Railroad station on land. Beater you will not have the trouble i iyou best hotel In New York city.
Grove and Residence, Orange and Early Vegetable cannot 700ft. of river front on both Indian and
set and prettiest China and Glass Bearing Orange > have been used to. Price, $".:>0 ,
.*, Ornaments, Fancy DisheS, Etc. will\ yield 20 per cent profit yearly. ach. be urpaMd. Tbl I III Doe of the The three up-to-date hotel at Hock- Banana river

Price 110,000.D. JA PJUTCHARD A. Sol, oldest and most reliable house in this ledge are open and doing a nice business, Address, Box F., ,
WALKER HARDWARE Co.Tltunl1le L. GAITTltuaviillle t. visitor to this charm. 10-tf Cocoa, Flat f
and
them. nearly
Fla. Fla. Tit 0...tlle-, Fla. state. Try very .

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4 i TW property Is owned by some of the Standard Electric Compan

4s Free and surfruge Bas something of the tDM'al T1TUSY1LLE, FLORIDA. moat prominent and wealthy residentsof .

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bunt every
s D', and Imaginative weight of a plebht. Moston, who come soutli to

Accepted Masons. citum which hns for the time beinlC winter. Jacksonville Florida.

Irresistible momentum Even a de.-. A Favorite Spot 4n a Favored i iSecton The cool, refreshing, health-Riving ,

I potlc monarch will acknowledge tlbis -The Famous East i ozone-laden breezes wafted across from I _

Indian No. l 00 people when acting together have the Atlantic Ocean and the troad bay,
of Florida.
Coast FRED E. GILBERT
rights which ho Ja bound to re8pect __ I are one of the most enjoyable featuresof
River TltusvlFlorid Oriental despc !
and to safeguard. this phenomenallocatloo.

r Lodge J have been: know to acknowledge theIr ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER, There Is a large area of primeval for --butomobilos.

Holds IM mrxtmg.thepsrondandf.slrthl obligation to the peasant' class and t. est and prairie land beyond the northern,

a Bimdav of each month, In the Mwmnto r..ml' plead their welfare when resortingthe tit BouUiera and western bouudaiies of Ti-
I ; 7 tae o'ului k p. m. p State Agent for
l Titus illle at : the
dualli
k Manwr. most savage: despotism iu Just the Place to Fit-out: for a Cruise tus\llle, awnlMng the advent of
F.A.Mornrnn. \Vomhlpf chess which Intercei; fertile soil, OLDS, AUTOCARS anti FIL\\KLIC
John n. WKllof Mentor Wanlen.riilllp with tho olflclal Down this Par-famed River. thrifty seltlei ti till the

(J. .... IJuren W Itoher"'unlor Treamirar, Warden. ed their direct authority Hellish unct.. Fine Fishing and Hunting which now abounds la game. Here can -MOTOR BOATs AND STATIONARY ENCUNKS137 : -

J.I. Ho"ir..tary. headstrong kings often fear and. dl... and deer hunting .
found turkey
quail,
A.I.Pennoy. Heuliir InmimnI'eroy The town of Tltusvllle U situated' on i bo stock lu the South . .
than they do (tlocted Ie- I the l largest
IJoiioon.C. like the 1)01'11lelll'! huntsman keep
O. Walton, Jiminr to suit the most; ardent Lamps, horns Write or call ior,
Bnnlur Hteward. the Florida East Coast Railway 154 HutteileM, Colls. Dynamos,
.; H. Walton tlusHcs, whoHO sole claim to 1m- electric
attention.
.I. M. H. Mums, Junior Hrnwaril.J. of Jacksonville/"> tulles lluiavlllo! has shelled atieets, 1'rices. Mall orders receive prompt
.K. Walker, ('linrlaln.F.A port u nee la class privilege. miles south reliable bank, several fine bllckNIOI'CM JACKSOJfA' ri.I.E
LoKluy 'lylur. Tho first use' to which the man wltl1 north of Palm Beach, and 212 miles northof lights a a Board of Trade, five white 37-41 West Fomytb Street, -. .-. ,, PIrHE
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brunch of the -
Tltusvllle - --
isIncreuHo to Miami. The -
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this -
will weapon
tho ballot put CIHII'cheNlllI'le fisheries, a tanning ex-
It1VElt'l1Al'TeB'A4; >. the general com- defunct Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
in
I" INIHAN his share IInot palmetto fibre factory, an Ice VEHICLE & HARNESS CO
ROYAL AllCII MAHI1N1. fort, mid what bo got extra will not West Kailrond, now controlled by the and real estate offices, no

/., Thelnillnn River(Cliaiiinr,lloynl AnJi I Mainiiou stint! the king/ for It COIUCH from tiopulent Florida East Coast Railway Co., also factory, law well organizerl band, an Corner Foisytli and Cedar :Sts.JACKSONVILLE : .

the llntt Wednesday lIP until nxniln at thot classes' which the king lot.. runs Into the town-this being the tor- opera house a o'J.OHIIJ\.
/ Tengde. club a large and comfortable ,
JVlHHonln | shooting ,
t 'Jhe following: aro the olllaeni/ of th.J"cIIOI.torlt none too well. Hoary; IV. wished tin'every mind point of that branch. There are I I armory, overlooking the bay, besides -

J\(.B.Mama huciilloiit lllfh 1'rleot. "' peiiHiuit' lied n fowl In his pot" several 1 trains arriving daily from Jacksonville hotel, ,
houses In Block of . .
T. H. Walker, King cumber of boarding Our
t I 1t. .N. Amlrewn, Hnrllin.F. for he knew that If he bad the grlln-: and Sanford duiloir the season. a CARRIAGES,
R..retarv. vailous parts of the town. WAGONS, BUGGIES,
A. Morgan
\ and the HfHrurlty of the crow As the county seat of Brevard county,
dour
W K. WilMim. Irwimirnr.lieo. should have a CARTS
ROAD
i K.I'rltt'Itott! ; Itnvul Awh Cttl'tal"" would be augmented. If the muss)< It has a court-house and modern )jail The facts as presented' SURREVH TRAPS, ,
.
1 'r.Bandnrn, J'apterlnxt.'I direct the attention of many ETC. ETC. ETC.
to
Y.urtleC. rise tho king's head IK In danger, but building, with rarely over two or three tendency HARNESS, SADDLES, ,
.A.Mtewnri M.teturir irlrnt visitors to our town, In
cosy
!. J.I N. Wnlliir. MimMr of Hmmnil V. If the classes rlso the king and bill Inmates. The population U over 1,000. prospective for the winter. -IS NOW COMPLETE-

, )0'. M Taylor Master of Third V. .'I>l'OlJle" can bring them to term [llnuss Is so rare, tbat one doctor In town making their plans
I J.V. f.imlit, Bonilmil. We have a tine Masonic Hall la Tltusville -
1 Boclullsui may take on startling phase finds ample time to act as Justice of theE'eaoe will please you.
where Indian River Lodge No. HO, p Call on us and you will find our prices
8TAK.FrlemlHlilp while the war for the ballot Is on, but and Notary Public, besides attending ,
OltUKlt KASTKItN F. & A. M., Indian fiver Chapter, Roy
secured the movement while the
the Is medical
when prize to his practice,
hold' lie nootlnjll
NnlI,
"+ /In the Miwonlo. Chapter Ixiduurooiii| Tltusvil.e, tin I thlt, will be upward until peasant an, ther finds time to go hunting al Arch Masons, Friendship Chapter No ylm-aide..a3 E7a aaa Ea17Fii-Ea: f dalmee)oIIooaoo(

I I Drat and' third following'CII""O" aro," In the eucli, ullloora month of at 8 I the IN'.i king shake, !lauds in fleCkIng the unversal Here Is virtually the head of the 11, Order of Eastern Star; and Tltusvllle

,.i r L t'hapter! welfari -- W SEEJS I'OI3: ::PL.AJSTTJN"GIII : :: -.

M....n I. M.1bbbbe, W, M.
H. Walker. W'. ', '
.fuliu
Mice ratlinrlna: I4ante!ANHiirtaM M. New Rules For Powder Cars. -c
Mice Kate H'..w..rt.loniliiotrmui.Mlm.l .. the Peunsylvanl / and Ruta Bagas.
.....1"l aandnre, Avnoidnta (-. The accident on _. III Turnips-
1 Mt.e'Zan.tleM6ewartlre/shier-. railroad last July, caused by dynainlt! Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl
Mrt. K. It. WIlBiin, Hnnmury reform In the best varieties for Florida. Beans.
I Mre. F. A. Marmii Hiil.li. In transit, has led to Cabbage- /

1 y Mm. I. It, Walker Ailu" Manna method of transporting explosives! by t Seed Potatoes-for fall, N'1.4 nose and Triumph.

Mre.J.lIneEllor 1I1re. M A.( rlinitBiniri' rail. New rules have been adopted bthroe I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.

Mm. J.II. Moms, EIetta. Into the I
roads running
niaii., H. Walton Wmiler. principal
\ .J. ./. Cnrriittinrii. .focitliml.M. mining districts and will doubtless) be L. O.A.1'\JEEt..ON"' : Soodan:1.an.: : : ,
.
Mimlial.lei
It. VMlMon, _
I ( >. M, Kul>blim, ChaplainTITlI9VII.no extended to other systems. ( l' 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. '

Under the new regulation explosive

.. CAMP NO. 141. are limited to one car on a train, am' 3 C5 +C3 mt EIi173--I b-.. t:3e: tJhr r31-ra''/'

tho car must be steel lined with nlr
16 n ____
v brakes, and tho whole train must bo

controlled by air brakes. The powde Consumers: : : !

ct must be placed lu stronger receptacle ,,...,..

compound than formerly must, and not the exceed nitroglycerin 00 per cent In IFk Your: h..tttec.tioc. :E 'leaoe :


It 1 I.. also required that the car be ful 1J WIIOLESj\]
Ih ( ae. We sell Groceries at
and the powder package! so small nil n aI you

month Meets at every 71JO: nrat p. and,"., third Bluriii Monday; at the MaionTninple. In <...ch to be easily handled The Industrie! Prices Write for our Price List, Gi'(!

of tile country cull for the transportation : '

C"n..1 ('omlmendnr.,.... .. .........A.n.PnnncAdvlmr and their trans
ii' Lliintenant,, .... .. ... ... J.R.Walker of blgh explosives, saver.
Hunker. .. .. ? .... .? .' .. . ..W.u WalkiKxonrt It should be made safe without serf money
: ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... . .,.... 0,L.J\lanl..vUlo
t'lork....... .. ....... ..... ... .... .J.I..Cumuli... ously Interfering with traffic and trade
Watchman .. ., .. .... ., .......... J.N.Walk Co
.... ,, J .1) KnnDirector The Grocery
Enterprise
sentry *...;::: ::: : " ..::':::.::..,F:p.:wllnij' :, It Is estimated that 73,000 settler!! ". .. ------ ,
a. JLft.'}'10' and K.J.Nnrtoll NEWSPAPER AND JOB HINTING OFKIUE.
Camp Hiyslclan .. .. .... . .... l1.nolllll': from this side of the border have become THE ADVOCATE ---- ,
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----- ---- St..TncliMoJlvillc .
Wonclinon Invited It I to 1 17 Bridge
All vimtlnn are cordially naturalized citizens of the new '
attend the meeting Indian River, and tho favorite point for Camp No. HI, Woodmen of the Woild, Florid];
Canadian provinces. With our people : ,

going over at the rate of 1,000 a month, fitting out and starting of numerous meet regularly, .. -- .. -- - - -_.- -- ---- --- ---- --
In -
published -----
DART APVOCAIE -- -
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during our balmy winter The EAST -- --
parties
cruising
us they have been for the past year, the
and
locoin- '' every Friday morning, by a
months everything necessary CD'Hara
; &
contro Hodges
American vote may ultimately <
, cxlumns
the politics of western Canada. fortably equip| a pleasure yacht, can pore glance throughltsadvertising; ,

I tislet obtained at the moat reasonable '!- YOU can rosily see who ale the prominent ...Manufacturers and Dealers in....
p U FSS '
II IN T is evidenced the fact that merchants of mil town -men who
This by
I The "poHsuni nn do coon" shivered ces.
have been coming here are .to-date citizens, and who mo ask YELLOW PINE LOME
, ill for nothing when the underground the satne parties up| RDeirSd: CYPRESS AND

, telegraph brought news of the recent annually for many winters for that purpose log: for your patronage. Read the a is. on

rlsit to the south of the mighty hunter In preference to any other point every pnpe very carefully. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings I Shingles, i et"
of the ADVOCATE will located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices tielivi
along the East Coast Sample copies Mills and office
Washington.. With nil his Incllna- Hodges A O'llara, Buffalo Bluff,:r..
ton thut WilY the president didn't To tho south ease of Tltusyllle is the be sent, tree, to any part of Canada and to any part of the State. Address. :
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nUll time to Indulge In u real old fash-. wide sweep of salt water bay (about six the United :States! upon application. - - -
fLjJr
'..1. t on -d, jolly coon hunt miles In width), formed by the waters of IF YOU WANT A...

. the famous Indian River Here fishing/ ,
Has Stood the Test 23 Years.
I II Ii I MEETINGS OF THE LADIES' wild duck shooting, sailing and rowingan

i. ,; CULTURE CLUB. be Indulged In to the heart's con The old original GROVE'S Tasteless Lot

i'" ;tent of the most fastldloua'eportaman. Chill Tonic You know what yon are .Building
. ( ,
Tltusvllte U. developing Into a ..
quite
It Is Iron and In tasteless
t On the ocean beach, nearly In a direct taking. quinine a
fi club town, and among the most popularf \
j these clubs U tho Ladles' 1'iogiessive' line east of Tit usvllle, Is Canaveral Club, fOI m. :No cure no pay, Oct at the

lultnre Club. This club him been surrounded by over 10,000acres of land Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

The lUau With the Uallot. holding most Interesting meetings; each ----- GROVE
I,. -- -- ----- -- ---- --------- -- --- ------- LAND FOR AN ORANGE ,
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It seouis from the present outlook In 'eek' and have successfully carried out TRUCK OAR] !:
the which wits published! Inthe PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or

Europe elected that legislation by general through Rufl'rngo asaciubiles wll. New programme ADVOCATE member several have been weeks added ngo. to tbe We Never Disappoint Our Patients \V. probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

be In vogue all over tine continent with- roll, and new books' to the library; and Settlers are flockIng In but still there Is room. If you\ I
Hold: Out Fain Hopes.
We Fulfill Promise and Uevor
the club hall been striving to be Evary
a moans
In few Franco and ,
u years.: Gt'rmany Htrlotura without the half or..gl..n.1 Vnrlo"".l. without looking this way, drop a line to
1fC .
of r good In the community. CURE buelues.Oonrapluue lined Pol m
already hare uulversul manlnHHl suf 1 C. pain or detnettoo'from
'Hie following programme; has been cured* never to roturD. without meraarr or mineral mixture I.o... 0' Many E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-President
fruge, and doubtless the very ideu rranged for the next three months: Voter Vof Hlv..ly cored; no .tlmn'....' but p"rmanon' JAS. ,

that I led BlHtuarck to counsel the, new Feb. 6 Unslness a meeting A: .""- ::\ law ThePr.uf the'. Klnn stele. MnJIoul of.Ueoral Co.Ii. foe in Imtltailnn tbe Iruatinut. oruanlnrdanrtar end. cure of its.n. JLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y,
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departure will in-evull In oUior oontlueutal 12-History dav, roll call, quotations ,'aJ.: r r neroa..ndehrontodl.e.ers.' whist e.nenlli.a lir. N. apeolellat K. Klnu.,.the belall rounder.....ted of ST. AUGUSTINE. FI
the
; France, :Mrs: Morgan; rl.4't't I tbl.II.tt.u.lnn la .... ..
lands. Bismarck bclUntnl that :......: .Y.. by a itatf of eiulm phyafciuni wud HurjOuriuoo '
.
French literature, Mm. -4 a In the treniumutof hnmlo dt. .. l.oDtorp- --::::
-
the great runes of grownup men couKI! Curtis Paris Mrs. B. K. fed i we ana both me4tul( and eluntrloal' mr.nclei.. - ----------
; wl'h | the' gwlvanlo. fnradle batten
viuliHHtd' a .
Our emcee are
'tie made nniennhle to 1 i' lountrtvanoo w
'I moro Imperial Wilson. 1 leax-r.yviolet ref. sad tlp.enr.yt lo Inca every !eot lc

Authority Wait tho few whoa gelded Washington day, roll call quotation : kuuwa npiict ta the,uieuiuitl and we profe.yh.n.vniptof. none Our*but alinrtaJDlmudorn the t beer

ly tho 'lutellectunlH nit tho pulltloally ,,; leo. Washington: trained. and la every rtttolent nttt nrtnt..reioiUrly' qualified fr.du**.4
Monroo Colonial )lit. t>.-Inti In cbnrge.Wa .
M Uceniied
rM. '; old pbyalolnna
fictive middle cluaa I.. called lu line employ. no uitHit.ntlluic 01.'..... ta secure patl nis and "CUT IT OUT""says
eralur. Mm.Vm.. M.: ." ..noC. O. I>:.or unawkatl. for Ut0r..turo.r*..ae out
bla. At present the great battle Brown; reinlliiur, Mrn.! Kliolllns. ,II\\\\ ERtrnnaua . Our teems for&reetmvusavurare. froo.Ohp
"'I\\ '" tb. swursni -
liiel dadKod we SirC
grounds of general tuifTrngo' lUnv to 11000 I per niontl)uiwlliili: :
h are \,.. ...,>>j e of ft lure within apwilllcil time.MY .
.gary and Knsslu. The pnsHloa for 2(1( -Village Improvement; Titus.vllle'a BEST KJCKHttB. CHROXIC DISEASES. XMTSSFX'SSSSftESZflncti the doctor to many of his lady patients, because he doesn'tknow

t the 1'roiuh has established needs, Mis. A. Brady "101..1' And Hl..4trler tmublva. KbeumAtuni. of medicinal treatment that viII positively cure womb cr
equality among' ,_'f"t\l\IIADN' a. ...... ... any
Ways And moans, the club : l lD IJI-IJJ: hi. Knpture. llrUruor. Praia. L a. nd al\ Private
the prlnelplu lu Prance beyond members. N\1V\P ? CURED.1lIJJ tl..gr.. Tnuion wit miklliinitnl troublx. mturrh aXf lha ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.
UNTIL ,,.. lloul cod l.iinmb I>|M>IHM of Eye Xw.
the
n Ttraat.
all prolmblllty of restriction. Both ot Marohnlllllnnll> meeting. N. K. KINO. M D. C'hronlo llUm.." of Womon, iioh a. DI.p'aceraeDM That such a medicine exists. however, has been proved by
,
'due tho nut li: -History day A hip to Italy Uenctnr.I|Di.eheraea. and each< nskiiMus of wonderful diseased In thousands of
Nupoleous popularized Cxiw ds.eeNnq.mvtiaiM. : If you *r* lrk or miut.d. On r.qa_t w* cures performed on women.
Mrs. I'eicr O, Wiilton\ ; Italian Write u tu-d y r.eaMlor youroondttton bltnki (...11"01.tr"" imiik
.
\crsal framblHe lu the days of Imperial xnd l TOUir llMrniur Inaludlnic symptom cases, by
art, Mrs! Kolllus. __ CONSULTATION KXAMINATIOV' ALAI' >)> VICErFHltB! -
hway Music !Mrs W. Trindle. 'tamole.htrHaBt!:: ?" ftlantfl Gao
CO. ,
DR. KING( MEDICAL
lu Hungary the experiment of what 1'!)-Library day. Suggestions. for S WINE

will adding to library from the
amounts to universal suffrage -- ----
1 doubtless be made befcno long The! members; books of reference CARDUI
I' 1IrllVllger; now 25 YearsGrove's '
leas Stood The Test
mere Introduction of tile prupu.ltloaaroused books Miss Daisy Brady OF

recently such au outburst ot( aU'! -Fiction d"y. Favorite quotations

national enthusiasm that tile grunting ; early novelists, bite.L. I .

vf the trant'IIIMelay prove to lie ex- A. Brady; modern IIo- Woman's ReliefIt
tlon. Mrs I) B. 1'ritchard ;
pedlent tor the of the ,
peace empire.
reading front (lotion, Mrs.Kathbun. .
k, It Is not strange, either that the vacillating has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women and

I, mar of ItusHla clings to the April Himlness meeting Tasteless Chill Tonic has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of
H-History dRY. bpnin, MrB. LorIllard -
1t1t'1of
giving the lunxHes the ballot,
chancs.
; Spanish explorers chror c Invalidism. It will cure you.If you will or.ly give It a
It do for Russia vliut It did
can for
t Mrs A. Urady; reading Sold at every drug store In $ 1.00 bottles. Try It.
(prlDllnY-lItrc.'I1gtbt'n; the crown nt theexpeuao from Byron, Mrs. \Valler.II No-Cure-No-Pay. 50 Dtao _-_

of the luldaieinou who UMas 1(1( -Eunti r. toll I call, quotations. -

Btubborn us were tho kings of old Easter In foreign lauds, WRITE US A LETTER GAVE UP SUPPORTER"I
Mrs Kelson. Easter at fOIEnKIDNIYCORE] for
*n claiming it their Bpvclnl privilege to FCOLEY3IONEYmTAR fiely and frankly In strictest confidence wore supporter for year

take the laws A monarch who can home Miss Palmer; readIng for * Mrs. Dcuhani. all S.
telling us your troubles. down before It,writes Mrs. -
have the wall t'II with him Is Independent Federation day. "l*suffered '
W. trill send Free Advice (In plain .of M4nnsvllle,N.Y.
,
of the cabuU and tUqucs Which UP-Social day. untold. misery and could h w'J!

J, surround the court and, If ho chooHe,,, sealed! envelope), AdJress: Ladles' walk. After taking drJul I gl.sa: !'
To Cure Cold In One Day TO THE ADVOCATE
ft the parties which assume to dispute n SEND YOUR ORDERS Advisory Dept.. the Chattanooga: my supporter and can now be on B7

Take LAXATIVe ItKOMO QCININK Tab- Medicine Co., Chattanooga,Tenn. feet hall a day at a time."
UK sovereign will. let. Drnuglsts reliiml' the money If It

The vote of a general assembly fall. to cure. E. \\'. Grove's signature I! ' FOR ALL' KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .

which has been elected ly.unlnal! 111 each box.. 23o. Red Cross Pharmacy.r. .





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EAST COAST ADVOCATlz TITTJlSVI.> FLA JANUARY 2R. 1906. 3 .

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v

rofeaaional Cards.O. t NOTES OFTHE RAILWAY! eh nbnrttRI'm and. Ohio! butternut this season In the TTest hoof VIglnla Ir- Mason M. Clark Co., 'l'! '

:,
Ing steamers have brought over 5,0t)()() J.j

M. ROBBINS, / bushels to rtttsburg within the lut Commission Merchants

AND COUNSELORATLAW. Pennsylvania System's Plan i to few days says the Flttsburg Dlmpatcand ,

ATTORNEY the wfrarf boats hare been' pnckec1)
: Provide Against Drought. from eud too end with nuts. 110 MURRAY STREET NEW YORE''. I

til In State and United State

* I practice (Court. H 7 AUTOMATIO STOKER FOR ENGINES The Walton


/OiBce! at TITUSVILLE, FLA. Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples
,
---- Ke\T York Crntrat E"p.I..tlnlC .

J I. GAULDEN, 7 With, K Dei'lev IntriKlvil to SnvMoner Self Locking

and Labor Itrmiirkabl.. AND ALL .sOtmiKKX VEQKTAIU.KS OUU SPKCIALTV. .

I ATTORNEY-A-LA\V, Most everything ....to.... of .. Capo rnlony Hall _., t
all the Courts of the 8t..tlorSila about a house has paint.
pra'tIcen/ ruad Lolqnv Map of the llarrliua"
the> United St.te. Court. Somethings ought to thathaven't Tackle Block
,Rii'l '' Line*-New IIIt'e ot tHepplmu; c.'ar. P. Rvihlmaxi & Co. '
FLA. ; floors .
.0 DOE.jJ5.; TITUS VILLIC. walls, ceil < 't

ings. They are easier to keep The 1'eiinsylvftulu Uallroad coiupuu .

J. WEBB, clean, and healthier too, ipainted if j Is getting Itself In position BO that I In 21311VashingtonSt.: ( #I NEW YORK t;
'
iW :t1urv'ny Stieet. ( 'X. Y.
with times of drought It will\ always hav
- -- ------ --
? ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : enough water ou bund to meet nil 1 lu

Ivill\ practice in the Courts of the 7th) Lucas 'wants$, says the I'hiliulclphiu free '

JLflitT Tunes account paid for collected.non-resident I The dry weather of lust year showe Oran Pineapples ,

&I I'Cntsl1nc1 PaintsTinted that the old system of depending/ on ',

t/9VILLJI/ :, FLORIDA nearby streams and towns for wate '
l'
and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
( Gloss) for the locomotives will no loiigc

D. PENNEY, They are best for inside serve. At one time nearly one-half of T
VV" represent several of the luigiist dlnppeiH' In youc State, anti wish to representyou
Cost
outside, everywhere. the motive power wnu laid up on at '

ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V, less-takes less paint to cover count of the corrosion of the boiler alio. Jive us a trial Mhlpment. Established :80 year; +,;. .

t:9VILI.E, FLORIDA the same surface; wear longer; by Impure water. This happened, nt a _. i

In all the courts of the 7tl; look better longer; don't'blis- time when the luminous, was the hcavi,
1
'I 1 practlco
Judicial Circuit. ter, crack or peel. est. It ineutiit a loss of largo HXIUH or i iI

A!lc your dealer. money and wnu In 11 measure responMl

NEB: B ANDREWS, John Lucas & CoPhiladelphia ble for the piling up of freight train fHEysNER'

which could not lie moved on account

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of there not IwIiiK enough locomotive

In :
servlot'
ounty .fudge of St Lucie County. Soul by .la l ritcliar fc Son
TitliHville, Flu. rresidont, Casautt: realized that mot I

FonT PIERCE, FLA. ,--.- - - up to date uiethoil- would have to bemiiloyed. BALTIIVIORE MD. ,

FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE, Since then h. has tlirougl FRUIT & PRODUCE .'
COMMISSION )
'TEPIIEN E. FOSTER, his. ofttcern secured tho water rights to I :
many stream, and the work of (cot UNSURPASSED 'FACILITIES.
PROMPT.
1 LUCIE RELIABLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW IN BREVARD ST. AND etmctlng/ a water pipe line sixty mile '

Jyal-Upchurch Building JaxiACKsNvtLLR DADE COUNTIES. Ions hag begun. The water pipe' line I Ito III. WM. HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO., MD. \ ,.

LAXD FOR SALE, ht. Lucle and Dad bo extended throughout; (the nee' "- I
: FLA. counties. DeHcriptlon of land: Wen lions where at time!: the waterway! _._ _=__.._____ __ __ __ ..

;io of northeast !i and west }5 of soutli- become very low. The outlay for thl KHTAIILISHKD: IH7II.M. .,

east .h(, sea lU. township 3:!, range all, pipe line will be cousUlorabli', but i It i
GENERAL DIRECTORY. 1(11( 20.100 acres, St. Lucle county. to the
will be of immense advantage
West whim water U as It I Lane & Son
of Bouthwent 3s.; sec. ;al: township :fl I:! company scarce

'. Mmferro U...S....SENATORS.. .......... ....JacksonvilleUMnllory range 30, lUI( acres, St r. hi.cle oouuty.Nol'theaet will insure the railroad a supply of ill I I 1 ) j l I I i eI' ..{
..... ...., ..... ........Peiwacola. 34 of goutUeaxc }4' sec 3 3, pure> water at all times. I
CONGRESSMEN.nk I township :a tS south range 41 east; 250: WASHINGTON HTIIEKT, NEW YOKK. '

Clark U.....S.. .......... ..v.. ....Like CltyI. close to O. K Woori.'s'plncu: ;>!plo plan An automatic stoker it the Intent ex, II IIIs
M 1.H rkm n...... .. .... ..... .... Tampa,. tatlon on St. Lucle river; 1O cote, pcriraont by the New York C'ntl'ulleo. I'' 1 n I' I l
[u.I K|.I'Lunar........... .....,.. ....Moutluello,. Dade county. of norldeanJ.j1 / pie says a special dispatch from Troy; 4 Southern Fruit and Produce
nortlic-nst
IT, S. LAND OFFICE. Also, the ij York World. Kx' ,
the New livening
Clmlili i ........ .... ........ ..Register. sec. 18, township 3t south rang e to
.. KecelverOlllees eolith' fork of 81. Lucii perlments have practically been completed '
e. llohiimon 41 east; on Tackle
claimed to be the Finest
at Galneevtlle'Florlda.EXECUTIVE river; 40 acres, Dale county. at the West Albany roundhouse Commi>roion. Mrcha.ri.tc.
It In to lui
mock in the World. To see ;
DEPARTMENT. Apply to W. A. HALL, :Stuart, Fla. and the Indication Id that the In von 'I

ileon B. Hrowaril...... ... ........cove nor. tlon will result m the most radical say it. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stenotls
Crawford....... ......Secretary: of state Thousands of them In use tl.roughou .
lay .
I'. . .... ...Treasurer. Itenl Instate! ItartiriiliiM. Ing of labor and voxt. The experiment. the North Head testimonials fro

II, Kill: *. ....... .... ...A-ttorney-Ueneral have been carried ou upon a common those who IIHII them.ThIsloailhoMIMKblock. Cards. and fiirnlshnil' on application.
our quotations
... . .... .Coini>trollerMcLIn ,
:moC. Crooin,...'..'.'::.Commissioner, ; i Agriculture: Nice 8.room cottage, well locomotive of on old tyi.e. Is mndeln varl .------ -----------. -- -.- -- -. .- -- -_ ---. -- --.-- --
)M l Hollowa,.......8ui>t. 1'uMlo IimtructlonIIITnril located In Titimville . . . 1200: () 0( The device is placed Just lu front ol oils shapeN and sizes| of WOOD 1UI:
U. Fo.ter.AdJntant-General. 12 acres Land and! liouse, and IIKOVXK Will work equally wel
n llrailfonl. .... .... ...tturvejor-Oencral. In the tender box with which It connect* .PI..1'T1"VE RO'r'i1 :E S.
In TreeH B
Rose..... .. ... ........ .State Chemist. part set Orange 700 (K by menus of a long feed pipe leading tc) with rope chain or whe rope
u>,Amos ... .State Examiner. EAU- The contrivance consists Will work at any height I. upside down I'HONK ale, KMTAIILIHIIhll: : I$5'1VIIISIIES ,
011 Ice. at Tallah.taee'Florida.FLORIDA :30( acre Land nearly .1'y, tho furnace. hoilzontally or at any angle anti l wll
LEGISLATURE. Mile! River Front, 0 miles'I of long corkscrew arrangement! whlcl atop and lock nt any point. AVINKH' CJINM ANI. IIKANDIICS.

Hudson' .) ... .......Senator north of Eau l.illio.. . . . . -400< 01 carries the pulverized: coal from the bin Invaluable for every kind' of business --- ------.. - ._--.-.

r.Ullln"teed, fort I'ierce. ....RepreaentamveSUPREME 10 aorea Hammock (Land'B to the feed pipe Into which the con] where a block In needed frequently say. Express PrepaId. Lamp's Beer. l'er I....

:) : COURT JUDGES miles from TltiiHvllle, falls and la wafted by meant. of a fun lag the labor of one man or more. Full Qnartnteaaore.. II" 6 Qt. Ill. V"Io'a" II....'... . ...............,.,. .,....,..' 5
H.Mahry............. .. .. ...Chief Justice. with Bearing Orange Grove..tlt00.01. through the pipe Into the fire. The machine Nothing like It for hanging or stretching Huntlug1uhIt.. ... .. 1 1I".11fI17f10 Joxtr..I.III.: .. .. ......... ...., ..., ...... ..... .. l 10N..I".C."nty
; .. .. ... ........ .... ... ......... tJtlM..II"jCrRlII
IItall"I.
Tarter... ...... ... ...AaeoolateJu.tlcea. 20 acres River Front at takes comparatively little wires. lIy...... . .. ... \\I UO 41111 7 no
. .... ........ ... .... .. 400 OC up Bye . ... .. .. ... .. ..... .20 4 110 II CMI ).Iall..extra duk. ... ...... .. ,. .' .. .... I IdHanur'a
Uardeevllle It la with the famous1VAt.ToN ( ..... .. ........... ..... \\I IS)
space and Is easy to operate. run All blocks fitted .'H" .. .. ............3 7/1/ II tel, U MI/ charger! mupurted.
RAILROADCU; MMISSIONERB. 21 tf 1). L. UAULDKN Agent, but later 14..lal. l.r..I'Rye... .. .... ... .4 110 II II" III Ian Iles. Alc pinta...... .. ...................... II m:
'rpoon II. Hronrne chairman,.......Key Weal 1 Tltusvlllf'. Fla by u small engine at present, : VINTOX HOI.LEK HICAHINO. halo whln." . .. .ate 111.. O/lfl/ O..lne. Sbatt plos .................. ......11 III! .,
KtnUon Burr..... .. ............?Little River. Bert Beabolt the Inventor, expects to Prank. IIran.'.. ...?....... ..,.. 3711 1100 II n., Bulk Goods Free.Not
U.llryan..... .......... .. ........KlaalmtueeC dispense' with the engine, procuring hit Address all cominunlcatliins to the A pple )trendy I .lb 75 a Iaa 5)IluaandOla. Jugs .,
Iimin, clerk. ............. ......Madison.. Fine Property For Sale. Itself. .!: ; : ..:::. ::.;;;;;.;:.. .. aso 4ae Taa I Iuennvs
iMclqimrters and ollloes at Tallahassee. Fla. steam from the locomotive .Itln.... .... .... . ...e 111 111"1 O/lf/ ) aI.eo rial.-nye.Oln.Corn., Grand Ornde.Snrth .
It the device proves successful In the Walton Self-Locking Block Co (Arull"" ('urn... ... .. ... .? 11/1/ 4 IN' TIM) .".'M) per per 1I..1.-lly". 01... Vnrn I1II1U. lain.Stnuntahn .
CIRCUIT COURT. nice joining each In ('urn .. .... ..... ..3 111 II 110 I IIf/ .
Inur 8.Jones. Tltusrllle. Circuit,TudK;". Two cottages with final tests a saving of 32 per cent .Ia"a Itngt. . . .... . ... ....:. wlat: T zM1 1.110 quality Onl. -Rye. inn, Curn Rum. (bat
0.Jnnea, Orlando! ......Prnseoiitlnir A ttnrney,, other la North Titusville, an I1CI'eof fuel alone will be achieved. (Incorporated.)) Mollfnr" Rum .171 .151 IIlfl/ rflr per lhrnuuuey.vrape .. ,I
|lrhtItTerlUl'ourthond..y! In March. hammock and) five acres of rich much 11",1)' .... .... .... .. .. .. ..8 7/1/ 11111'III, / ) .:MMI per eial.-44" Ity. Pasch and Apple'
Fall farm-Fourth Monday In October.BREVARD land, suitable for truck farm. (}nod Oflice and Wareroom. .)()( Atlantic Ave., KI"It..r Kentucky Denrben.E 71 IIINI I IIf/ / .. 51.1 lowed hy All"I'ort.
COUNTY COURT. river front. The larger, cottage! has three la the construction of the AiuubcleItutterworth -. Near Howe's Wharf Elevated, Station.BOdTOX .MlDrry or "'"pullc.; .. ... .. ..::1110 a'ill 7 11I1) .IIMI I..r'U..I.-y..t..rl". Ily'.., Social DropaA""nrt"t

D.Penney......... .... ........County Judge; sleeping"rooms and a servant's room tiu railway In' Cape: Colony. MASS. ----- allowed- -- on--all-- genus or-AIIIO- -price. -H1'- -_ M.lIelnal- -{-nallty.-
L.OuII.nProeecutingAttnree; stairs and a parlor sitting' room dining unusual dlffcultlea' had to be surmounted
A.Stewart........ .. . ... .....County Clerk.; ; below. The adjoinIng to the Tall Mall Gazette, OWNERS OF THE CELEBRATED: 12.1(1.12t1M 'V"'Mt AtlnlllH At. .Inkllonvllle, 1.1". \
Spring| Term-Sncoiid Monday In May room and kitchen andservant's according __ _u _..___ __ _ .. u _. n _. __ ___ _. _ __ __ _.___.__
Bummer Terra-8euuml Monday In August. cottage baa two sleeping rooms and the result Is. from an engineering ROLLER BEARING.
.'all 'riirnt-Second Monday In Novniuber. room in second story and point of view one of the most remarkable WALTON-YINTON
Winter Term-Second Monday In Februar). kitchen
and
sitting room, dining room railways In existence. After pawning LinesSPECIAL
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.. below. Large, brick cisterns to both through the died hills tho line winds Mallory
It. Walker Superintendent.Tituavllie.nuhera houses. Adapted for a nice winter
..&. n. Arnold, Malabar:i R. E. Minis, Borne. around another hill and then at a lower ..........................
Hunaventnre; J. A. Carter; ,Irurnbull.COUNTY Apply to GEO. M. Ttonnixs, level goes under Its own trace This
Tituitville Fla portion of the railway Is known as the
COMMISSIONERS.
': A. Crinkling, chairman'; THIiuan; Win. R. "spiral." I JOB I PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS t
like,. I'ltnnville' ; John U. Mlot, Indlannlaj. ; Notice! At another point the line travels along G I ...
'. WnotBii, Cocoa 'r. J. COO .hlltt. Lab- Take
"I K". ; the banks of the Maugulu river for two Largest mid most thoroughly equipped)ii8 uger ateamMhlpi on the coast

I"egl nlar nesnlons are held first Monday In each miles and then doubles back for a mile ti -NO OVKItt'IiOWDINO
tti. theliandsomeHt pl.icea on Merritt -
r One of threeInd
iud a half, HO that after covering
BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.D.PonneyTltnav111e Island known as "'fheVlgwam., In STATEROOMS ARE roaiTJVEIA1 GUARANTEED on tlieiw.
half miles the train really IMPORTANT
[ ;. .......County Judge. belonging to M I'e. Eva J. flair, of Now a mile to the good. flits etc 0Qe slops, all no tickets will be told to exceed i he number of bertha .'
U iauldon, TltunvlUe:.. ........ ..fro Att'y. Vork Is for sale or rent furnished. only half a
*.Stewart Tltiwvllle, .,....'ounty Clerk.. ten room cottage with launch ]rouse, tlon la called tho "zigzag," and with PRINTING! or the '."atlii capacity of pining Hull, thus insuring all passengers. Indlrldunnorvlce \

>t. )le'l1lhm.lI'l\\1 Oallfe..Taa..... .. ....Tax'.olleetor.Assessor.V.llallTltiMTllle. new laundry all newly I painted, and the spiral, unique In South Africa. and nttenllon. _____
O\II.nry.( TltusvllU..... .. .........Trea1rer.l. three acres In grove Mrs. lilalr hall All along the Kel heights the route Is l .
.. ) 'rltaaviiie..Superinteorlent. several hundred dollars Inputting through cuttings or 'embankments. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FlUnA '
1. Fries, Tltusvllle... . .....County; Surveyor.I' lust spent .
;. Htnwn.Tltn"vllle. $I".lIf. the place hi perfect repair, lay. Some Idea of Its extraordinary character (See Schedule:: of Ships In Florida Time.-Unioa) r

Norwood, T.tusVlile..Regiatratton. Officer Dg out flower beds, new break water may be formed from the statement I.( ). 01" ALL KINDS! . :

TITUSVH.LETOWN COUNCIL. ind board walks all round the winter house that !In eighteen miles the line fnlla or : 4'1 I' .. LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NOUTI1.

>'.E. R di ins, mayor;VanWorleymarshal and 10 that any one wanting a lovely well rives to the extent of 1,500; feet. .. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL; through the
to
will do
.'oi'llwuiri' R. R. 1'ylen, clerk and treasurer; >rr all-year-round home EXECUTYD.
nn Henry, tax .amwssor i .r. It. Walker F. A. jut this article' out for reference. FAMOUS "SKA IMLAND ."- '
"'[pi'i'''J. L. farruthere,"W. 8. Hrannliiu and E. II. Ilarr'man. president of the i 4
1I.'rltt'hR"I.! councilman The council uie t9 Address, L. W. BLAIR, Merritt, Fla.Application
,iLTSeedayineach month. I Union Tactile, Southern Pacific and the : CIIE.\I'LY, : Through ticket oll 1 to all northern point For full information regarding at

TITI'SVILLK( BOARD OF TRADE.1.N.Robhlnepre.iIentJ.M.Dixon. for Tax Deed. Oregon Short lines. Is going to print radians offered l>y no other line; dlugratn, renervatlni tickets, etc., apply toLRTIUR
'. trens- and publish to the world a map of his :

""'''rJ'.Itast.ecretary.":..v.ill-lit. in each. month;at Meeti.enond) their room.Wed- big system without the time honored i ARTISTICALLY, W. PiE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville Florida
L'ucter Section I of Chapter 488.law or Flor"l"NOTIC itralght lines which since the first !
!': In herebv given l that Peter Nolnnu' anti with DHII'ATCII.: -
..... Certltlrata No. I".. dato.ithe wbeelvas turned has always repre- iiI IT to
of Tax :
llU':3E: OLD STYLE BLOCKS, Ath day of Juno A. I>. im 4. has) sled! Rented the routes of roads says the O =-IAS.: BZ.VM c2c O O ti
When you can buy the beat Seif-Lock- will certificate In my attire, and hue made. applltlon Cincinnati Enquirer. The folders are ,,(ee I e- !
"if 'Tackle Block at nearly the name : for tax deal tolHmielu nemriluni-n with straight :j erel_ Alt 'Uti w. n-ynt.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA. .
Said certificate emhrncmi the followingl always! almost absolutely
Price.Mates Xow In use in the United .law.l...oril'ud property iltuatvU in Hrevaril county, Now Mr. Harrlman has told bin. 41{ flf
Army and Navy Departments. 'lortda. .wit t IlInf'tt. !r OUR STOCK 0.
to print a
Section
addition to TltllAv1lle. representatives f
famine office. Re"teU' passenger
them at the ADVOCATE '.ot a. !
Titusvllle.i' 3. Tnwnahi C 22rud M being'atth'aeaeaierl of Range at E5 tha Fast.date I of the I nap showing exactly the way the rail. . STATIONERY : FULL QTS.
said :
The of .neb certltleate/ 10 the D.U.. uf I or these roads III.'. As a result there I
." : MA.xurAtm.Tui 'tsuance UKI10WII. 1.161".8..1. certltleato shall b. re- I vlll soon bit Issued by the passenger! : IS CG\II'I.ETE.: I I I I : 2r
Y CHICAGO deed will IIIIIIID
ir '( ?E> '.......n ot tntatworthlneas and ..Inenieil oeordlnic the IJth to tlayof law.Fehruarv tax A. l>. 1'ae.tVltneaa '' I lepartnient of the Harriman lines the i I I cxpltXss 2 4
I Jinnvon on YOU ARE INVITED : i eeti
"familiar with ducal territory a. SHlirancb olnclal .1tnRtllre| aril seal thin the ever sent out by ainroad. i PREPAID
' my i lost unique map I
Wr" offine. 8nUry" ,IU paid week- 191$. ,
"
. '''''an.nt position. N<) in,e,,tuient re.rrevlftns I Seal 2th,day of Circuit ot i January. rt1' A. A. HTKWA RT : ; There will be no straight : TO INSPECT IT. i : r +
( Florida.
essential tot"Il.
experience not Court ''' ,
J AiUlresslanar. 2-A Clerk Circuit Bv AA.StkWA: KT. U. C. Ines on it. : I i 1I I : ? \
__ Branches, Como Block.Chicago.;
The Chicago. Milwankee and St. i _I
i llrrr _
Job Printing. Paul railway la building a new stylef I BASTCOAST LQTS tJ,6 QT .
aiee.e I ,- ,
Chlcaro
between -
the fact that at the Au- > sleeping cnr for use !
forget 00
DDwentthe.fV
Do not !
and Minneapolis', says a Chicago
Titusville, wo do Job
office
OATS rioting: of all,kinds, neatly cheaply und llfipatcu to the Kansas: City Star. They I -'a.-1 .

'Xpedttiouslv.' Letterheads, Noteheads ire of the compartment type, but the i *
and all other will be In the middlef ISrc
Hllbeads, Envelope., Tag., I, raving rooms .

.Inds. > the car.Prizes I i ii ; ,
:
-- i ADVOCATE
WDe -- --
of the BUNt. -- -- I
em.tb.W..taee.l boln tbs.d r I ItJd amounting to $3,5OO hare been '
bo.ocau. our needs are better tbaeIt. GUAIAIIo warded the Pennsylvania railroad Y
by
tin you wlab to Grow'he m....t ,' it

i !t'lr''c".a: Aaaaal::::,.twed.FerryVDcesllcPeed free to: all adUUU BANK DEPOSIT TECB i I t() employees for of well the kept construction"ectldna department of- i[: PRINTING OFFIGE. sNNNN14)4f4) I -, -.,,r;I '

rack. .
'A R.R.fartPaKj.HotMTik.1 I .
5
D. M. PARRY A eo.. $ FREE COURSFSI: .....N....N k
BOO Le...
Boat
v Detroit, Mloh. BeerdatCoa.Writ. !fate r a Agents for the l"alJtJt Brewing Co. f

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i: ADVOCATE TITUSVILLEV FLA. JANUARY 26, 19<'6 .
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EAsrr COAST ----- -

i. PRITCHARD. President: WM. M. BROWN, Vice-Prc.i1
4EAST JAKES.:
WINSTON S. BRA.NBINO, Cashier


r' COAST ADVOCATE THE AUTOMOBILE- RACES. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN}

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PUBLISH Evanr FRID V. baking powder I
Does
your
for finals DEPOSITORY.
ItntoredMthePONtPDleeIt Tltim\lllo, Florida. the fantest second qualifying COUNTY

...con".011\JJ8 matter.CHARLKS In finch event.Immediately. hurried for Authorized capital, $100
a8 the three cars Look
?
S PublisherA the Hying smrt trembling with their contain alum upon Paid up capital, - $25p|
II. WAI.TON, Editor almost. poimemied
great power, seeming the Average deposits, $20o

JOOIMIAI. D..VOTZD TO THB DBYBL.OrMEMT of the pxcllemont lined that wan foi the stirring Hnal but Use only a powder ;tea, -
r WBUbT JAKII crowds. an. they up the label. .
Or TH INDIAN J11VBB erHOtS.Dinmmtlmiamn tie for the trophy. ; .. .'M., Transacts a General Ban!
BAT SH was ,
Cedrlno
ASO BIHOA.THR and -
r, WORTH Stanley bAd the pole

\ or ailvtfi muiit be mado per- on the onltllde.1IIICIIl.owlll. /( to some trouble with whose label shows it to be T Business

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at thin' oflU'O or IT writing.Checketo. unable to start ,
ally
his car, was rt
-'r
like a ; and Oldest Bank on the
Down the Htieich they lImn ( Largest

., may he ma
WALTOJO.l'ubIiNher. ,> n Instant later came trios.
Marriott, with the Stanley racer, hadwon "tJ 1 1 1i __
S'
"' In writing t->the AD-VOCATR for Information bin time being/ Mm-ooruts.: Cedrlnowns .Ykiitlur f patronage appreciated. Prompt .
gg 01 uty.k&inn. .tho wrlt.orwlll ol.liKObyenclose- live seconds behind him, requiring NOTE. Safety lies in buying ,, t i treatment,and every Dunking favor cotmltttu uCORRESPONDENTS molly
vol to make his mile. i ervative grum
ell "po. seconds
stamrinil-aililreiinoil 38 rr
lag* ----- fuixtcely had the excitement caused by the Royal Baking Powder, t'c''
' The branch Boston nftlPenllHK subsided, "bon the next number only .
N HIIKTO-.r 1EFFIf (- ttio race Empire Ttuitt Company, ties N rk c
KAKT I PANT Al'" OAllr! Is Ht. 74 Milk wan. called-the one-mile heavyweight of tartar Bank and Trust Co., JackMonultel
1,i .treot, nun l.lnchergeofMe advertising contracts Cnrl !I' JMollows for thin championship for gasoline cars which is the best cream .y lorlila

papor who will, make only.Hctchornnd Cedilno, withtne Fiat,, powder that can be had. '1 1rr L111rLI.4L.T, T'L. Aa .
( baking
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01 '-
to beat one --- -
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I: Addr""* all oonimunloatlnns ran off the first preliminary --- ------ --'--
1. BAST COAST ADVOCATE, exciting events of the day JE31f31'Ts.:
the most
:
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; JHSC-: D
(If. Trrmvin-n. I'LORIDA.c Down the course went the two racer .
Bros.)
Dobbins
:
machines SuccesBOit
war ( |
strange
r like some _
appearing
Martians. Uy the startmotpoint / CX:.. S11/S = T'I".
of Afrrlcultur I of the r.n.c11LaO :
J
Ji 1' (/. S. Department aide and aid Go U 1Badges
they Hashed. side by Ttuuk and Locksmith biipjeZUEPAIBINO |,| ,
,
'\ Weather llureaii-J"i.It r, Fl by aide thov raced almost to the. finishOnly . YOU SHOULD READ THIS. Checks Door OF Numbers.GUNJ* AND Stfticiln REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY-
second separator
1 one-liftit of a wholesale. Trunks and Valises liopal'
, Itat GUlll&nd' and keys at
Cedrlno winning Revolver pans
stati them at the finish Jo'la.TJlI .
, The folio wing is a comparative nod Fletcher making/ hit Tlio Wild wood N"w14 ....1)! ": :2H.! Main ht.; Jacksonville
nnd rainfall forth : ) fill seconds
:ft ment of temperature it-ban Gasoline -
tell ilio m Engine
Marine
You can always
.( Tuesday, Jan. 23: lOOit. mile In ::1\14< (1.
1 week ending/ 11)05) The second heat was run off between who do the best, and\ who me tlnanclnll
1 -100l( -Mm. MAX.- MIK Clllford-Earp with his Napier I,ancln safe and up-to-dale as to methods! of SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPA

I DATE. MAX. (IJ3 70 !W) with bin, Flat and Joe Downey, drlvlnlIardllljt's /( carrying ii geuwtal, mpioantllH 10",1.
(
17 711 71 71 (Hli i iID I Daimler. Italy took thin ness, l hy Imiklng liver tl.nr homo pipeA '
HO) Manufactured by-
I 18 flat and Earp who dues not 1O"l'port
In 4.8: lnihlnew man
Lands winning
01( heat
20 81)70 73 Ul:I 71 70 ot comloff, Hocond In 4.1: 3-5 seconds. Downov'u and jiKllolallV advertise weakness In, an ,a lluui rule, Wood, Coal, Coke Brick, Lime, Cement,
taken lao.'rIDunller Home
-4(1( time was not
W
1\ <
70
21 7H : (7 ..jnI ( In the Jlnals Lancl, Cedrlno anti dally or "thorwllOA shrewd and up
22: 70 73 started all with HO-hoiaepowet .date bcislne-s mau of today IK nut *
Bt Fletcher to
7d Co "
I 23: rainfall 75 for 05 the week: : 1.21 Flats, and again there was a pretty race. ashamed to let tin town and ..urr"'Ind Term.at & Monahan Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.."
is Total .
normal rainfall for tbe< Over the course spun the powerful lag country know what he has and tbnba ,
\ Departure from the dilveia Intent only on finishing wants. their tiadc nod In. willing i to
cars, Si.
Inches. Departure Florida Telephone
'. from week:normal plus\ rainfall.30: I since January ], llrat and l chancing all things for the sake meet competition uud 1'1II100t: you an I to OSHKOsn, WIS. Offices foot ot IJogan Street, Jacksonville,

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minus. ,7J Inches. of winning.By price J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
dashed homo I'a-
I the starting"point they If yon wllll..o"VOl'\ your
,- HAL.P. UARDIM Observer. disappeared. draw own cutelusions ..
J and keeping well together pets you can soon your -- -- -- - -
.. and the second 1 who ere the promluerstorekeepers
Only a few .colldllla'er as to drain and Bead Honea In tile But,
'i event had ended. Lancia winning in ;!7Beconds In a town If you see a The OlileKt Extabllnbecl
1 .
: Do NOT throw trash about pour Lit; Fletcher second made the merchant wan advertises ti \eiy you U....

,t yard or upon the street Burn mile In 37 3.5 seconds; Cedilno third, UUt him down alt an 1lp-to-rtai, pngitmslve '' c Yaaala

all your rubbish, or place it In barrels time ;t8 Heoondd. merchant and one who wlilglr Wm.: A. Sours: & C

for the scavenger! to remove. The last event for the day wax the one- you the bent prices sod iiualliy, for your mrOet: Our Catalogue.
st mile championship! for steam cars. Excitement money. A merchant: that Is ton sing' -, ,
Increased as the juoer-shaped to advert|Isu la too oUme II) give' you you GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
,,
ALL the big and little hotels racer, appearing!: almost. like u red cigarof money' worth. ,
mammoth proportions, mounted on Thin la plain language( but true without -
\ along the K!Ut Coast/ are now open, wheels spun down for the flying start. an exception, Do your trading with ? I and people are Hocking down here Frank Durbln) In the small {Stanley car Iho merchant wln ndviirtlnes, for he 1 1MI

'. by the thousunds from the north. wan. also. attracting attention. Like someKreat I here to .Htny It linn been proven I"nll; fflvP&JtPt 'y 200( EastBav Street! JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

hotel and boarding houses in projeoiiln hurled from a monster ago that advcioUlrg U ilio lire of (trade' TTI.lu it- '
The
Titusville have been doing a engine of war, the Stanley! steamer hot : rind In I Ili'H dty of advanced times, with Lorillard Boat Co., Agents, Catalogue Free Warehouses on trades of P.J: A. L. IVy. and A. C L.R''

I for several by the crowd In the gland! stand. Out put.it .vou are n noiitntlty.Cleaning' ___ ___ n _
nourishing business of space It seemed to come and into

Ii weeks past. space It vanished almost before one could and Pressing.
realize that It had gone by, and then, & Baker
i while were still seeking to TITUSVILLE, FLA. MeMurray
SOME: people find t faultno matter spectators sounded that All work done up-to-date. Yell am
:I. what the weather in, but one man keep It in sight, the shot lot rne. Andinw Gibson, at the 1"1&11.,1'HII'I16r
gave the signal that the race was over, ....
he :Shop, on Wiv hlutt avenue.
that was :
p Bald n few days ago and the announcement was made that 4O1-413 East Day Street Jacksonville FloridaMakers ,

;, glad to have it rain occasionally, Marriott bad made the mile In 81.i

r i as It kept his wife at home. Aa a seconds establishing a new world's re West End Pharmacy and Jobbers of-
cord. Durbin was second ALL SICK WOMEN ,
lie said it Is I so fine
general thing, Ormond-
the famous
that his wlfe'-wanted to be out of Daytona Wednesday beach was, In the best of condition EAU OALLIE. FLA.S. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon MateriSaddlery

f doors all the time, which gives her when the hour came for staitlng SHOULD READ MRS. FOX'S LETTER Hodgson, M. D., R P., ,

I such an appetite that lie was afraid the races, and a strong north wind with -v- Proprietor.;

he'd have to hire another cook. which the cars were to run, whistled United States LydIa Corner of Young and Houston Streetslamplete Rubber Tires.
i along the course, as. though I It wished to In[ All Parts of the
with that of the B. Plnkharn'B Vegetable Oompound First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
--' contest Its speed giant .
and DrulCllst'sSundries
Has Ktrected Similar Cures.Many Stock of Drugs !

I TUB great ok--; of Mr. Henry lining. colder/ up for than the Tuesday! big speed, but battle.tho thoui Iwas ",. Clgais, Stationery, Perfumery -

M. Flagler in developing the Bee nude of 8peotat"j. certain of magnill : wonderful cures of female llli :Souvenir, Toilet fards Articles. , TITV5TJ'ILL93: LI'dT:: Fi.t ST.A.DL'FEED ::

\ Coast of Florida, and buIlding; cent sport, minded It little, and ilgb: ire continually coming to light which Candies Etc.

palace hotels, has given the Stat well were they rewaidud. have been brought about by Lydia E.
f
,, terminated follows: Compound, and SADDLE nORSF
The races t'inkham's Vegetable
the whole AND SALE
extends
a name that over In the live mile open champlonshl Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.

t r world. No State cnn point to line race the first hunt was won by IancllIII ...STABLES... BUGGIES
i Ir: hotels and they are admirably con hiH tlO hom..-|''>.w. r gasoline. automobile

: I... ducted. Mr. Flngler has spent Time, 2.11: :3.;;. v Ees.rl.s-: BAGGAGE SURRE
dollars tin Second:: heat was won by Marriott, I 10 '4t
millions of on
I many his. 20!i liO-horse-power, steam; time, 27 TRANSFER, ++ and TURNOUTSHAULING :
East Coast, and the extension of 15. Second, Fletcher 11O.hor o-plwer I

:'. lila railway to Key! West, means gasoline; time, 3:0j. Vardwell's $6.00 Bus. ETC. ..all klu.ls..
the expenditure several million* Final won by Lancia; time, 3:01( 1-8 Davis Wax 5.50"
Second Fletcher; time, 3:02.: Third Wax 5.50"
a more. Hurries T. 1VC. O J LL13
Marriott; time; 3:03.: 4.75 Office11.01W!;
-- -- Flve-mlle middleweight-Won by Ced Refugee '1TUSVILLEIn rear Rabbins' Law

t EnglIshman] named 1<'. D rlno, 30-horse-power, gasolene; time Valentine 4,75 _n_ ..

\ a naturalized citizen residing 3:4(1.
Cary,
: championship, New -
Five-mile heavyweight -All CropCRENSHAW
C. Cal.! nnd of!
Oakland a man
I" of
for gasolene. cars only -\Von by Earp,
considerable wealth, id by right; of England; ;80 bOise-power, gasoline; time, BROS.

w birth king of the Calf of Man, a 2::>tl. Second, Downey, OU-borso-powor ,

i r, small island near the Isle of Alan gasolene; time, 3:2: 15.TITUSVILLE'S. ./1/lrr. Fannie D.Fox 2J.4 TAMPA FLA. A kJI Co fl flPAIIrA'1'

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,, in the Irish eeu. The island consists J r14

of 000 broad acres and has a TRAINS.The hrougltthe advice of Mrs Ilnkhnin, lF"LA

loyal population of 41 souls. The following are tho times of arrive of Lynn. Mass., which is given to tick PINEAPPLECRA'.fES rBCE

t I Cary family is the royal line of the of trains to and vomen. absolutely free of charge.
and
departure passenger has for IFS'OBANGE
r.f Calf. The kingdom in as free and The present :l' from Tltusville: went.v-rlve years made a study of the .
independent as Great Britain and she has consulted with ,
socTimounn. Ills of her sex ; G.CRATEVI
"r its king or lord of the manor does 1:.tn a nLearesTltimvlIle iad advised thousands of suffering
his people and makes for Miami and }I 2:4Xpn vomen who today owe not only their iVRAPS
M justice! among intermediate point at I 10::.Ul p III
their laws by word of mouth. lie UHI: : p uHOHTHUOUSD. lealth but even life to her helpful NATAL

is president, congress and supreme. vice.Mrs. Fannie D. Fox of 7 Chestnut i ana
I ltlan
court. Leave Tltiiivllla for..Tacknonvlll }I a:::Han. Street, Bradford, Pa., writes! >' I - .. -- - .. -. - - -- -
-- - -- - -- --- -- Intermediate. points aC [ t:N Deal'(
\ \ 1\1 1 KEY
TAdP.1IIA!
NASSAU roat
HAVANA'
: fnmal
I suffered for a long! time with NAILS
will be keen for
i. Tn EH E rivalry TltnsvilieforBanlnrtt\ Ton: an rouble, amt finally was told by my physician
the magnificent prizes offered at trdve.Tltuevillsfrom Han ford liDS p In Sat I had a tumor. I did not want toubtnit Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Companj

the Second:: Annual Itegatta of the to an operation so wrote and you did forhire. as -x- -x- X ,
.. I received your letter Miami
t Power and Boat Association, which Shoe Kepalrliig. told me and to-day I am completely nlteil State) Fast Mull Itouta for Key West. Went Indies and the llabarana Via.

t r.. will take place on Lake Worth, Jan I do all kinds of-boot and nhoe repair- ural you and My doctor I am onre nays more the tumor a well has woman.llnap- TIlE "Ho n" CRATE. Prol'otw!< ISaIllIllS(: In Effect/ on the Dates 1'ort Hhown.Tampn 8"l>jeot.-1&.to Change and Individual p"8fJ\On'

*,, 31st and Feb. 1st The most not ng, anti do not forget It. Opposite Jaa: lia"l. Lydia E. llnkbnjn'nVenotftbleCoroountl BEST QUALITY WRAPS. Without Motlcv.
able will be the sterling; challenge Pritchard A: :Son: ANDREW QIIISON is the best mutllclna in the world." III1.ml-N..n Line.
"
COATED NAILS.See Reason 191X1. Steamship "Miami.
' shield awarded by the Palm Beach Tltusvllle, Fla The testimonials which we are con- CEMENT 211. 191MI. '
\ Effective from ;Miami\ Flu with hailing January Iff1II(
gf rom grateful women and be- Wed, Frl.,.... 800-iin Lv , Tu..8.Tb..8at.
Power Bout Association Sir tnntly publlshio oar samples get/ our prices l.vlll..ml..M..n. vnasau. .. 3I
\1 by stablisn beyond a doubt the power of Ar B..au..r..l'.Thllr'.8.' ...... .. 6 30 am Ar Miami.. ....W'ed.J..rl.8un..
tVALTOX SELF LOCKIN(} BLOCKS, We want orders.
Thomas U. Dewar M. 1', London. fore> buying. your, T'la. AVext.
tackle ydia E. 1'lnkham's Vegetable Compound Port Tampa-Havaii* Line. Key
Patented In all countries. Only
t The shield stands about three feet to conquer female diseases. -Write us at Eau Gallic ateaninliljin "Olivette" and "Mascotte."
world. FIt-
block of the kind In the Effective: from t-ort Tampa Fla.,with Sailing December 14, IMS. (
and the plaque of silver is attachedto ted with the \Valton-Vinton Roller Women suffering from any form ofemale L..Port'Tampa..Sun TUPS, 'fhur..11 "pin Lv Havana ...... Tiles Thurs, Sat, "/2 N
English oak, the design of rhe Hearer. Useful In any place "borebolstlng weakness are invited to XrX -*- Ar Key Weat.Inn., Wed Krl... .. e.Wpin: Ar Key Went .. ..Tile..Th""" .IIBt 10 Arrtavana
With blocksone communicate with :Mrs. Lv Key West.. . Mon, "'ed. Fri. '... S an pm I.v Key Weat..TuesTtlnrs.Sul. G -
shield being the work of a famous Is done. those promptly asks .........Tu sThureSat..8a00.m Ar1'ortTampa..WedFri.8nn.
the work of two.Thousands' Pink barn. at Lynn, Mass. She
maD do .. .
'
pan IMUml-Havana Line,Via Key AT *t.Srason
silversmith. 'he Interest
London }
north Call in return for her advice. It is
sold l in the othlnfr EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO 100B-t9mi.: Btranmlilp "Hblnneeock" and "Ilallfaic."
shown by Sir Ihomas in the Palm and see them la working order at this absolutely free and to thousands of Effei-tlve from Miami Fla.with Salting December 13. 1111.: . I

Beach regatta, follows hU visit to office, or the store of Jaa. Pritchard A women has proved to be more precious EAU GALLIE, FLA.Lorillard 1..Jl.fIBrnl..... .. Mon,Wed, Fr'.lIoo.m LvJIa".oa..Mon.'V.d. Fri.., Not
e "'r Key ":oat...., I..n. w fit. Frl... .,..In 00 pun Ar Kev West .. Won Wed Fri. .
Palm Beach !last winter, when he :Son Tltu..lI1e.Uade ban gold 1..I Keywbat..Tiles, Thur",Hat Imam LvKeyWesr.Tnee'IhnrsSat. All
the shooting r Havana. .... Tues.Thnr. !!at.. ... 9 00 am Ar Miami ...Tnes, hurs.Sat
c.; enjoyed splendid boating, l 9lrn.H.Bawy
1 County Land 1'or Sale. For Reservations Apply to (r. Lawton Cliltiln &: Cn., Gen'l Agts.. : o.22 MerC'tertt7atuPaf
and fjshlng. Among other I* mn*, Cllb*.
Boat Co. rro.Arrnw.-VoManN P. j. W.:\rol'Tla.AgentPort
;I', prize donors for the races are : For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter |.I-H. Blnghara.llcket Agent Port Tampa ria. "e*r
WDI. Heick, II. 1\1.- o'lagler, H. A. of southeast of section 3, town- C.? Ilradley, AKeiit MlHinl. Fla.. A. : .in.Aeent Kc y
quarter TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Lyman. Denlnon Olty Ticket Agent,No.3, Keman Street. Havana' ,Ctiha. T
Lozier, the Royal Poinciana, the hip 38, south of range -II east; close to tnrnrllntlnn a.top.seengerand. lehtrate: to all points I" the United Suttee. C .b.

i Breakers, the Beach Club, W. O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation ont and Built to Order Indies and Hahamas.cheerfully'urnl.hedu""n" uppllcatlun. _*
Sold
o Gould Brokaw, and Greenleaf ACroeby. Lucie Hirer 40 acres Boats Bought, F. M Thla Jolley abrogates. T.F.A previous P. A. notice.Charli JacknuuIlia L. ;Mycr ;Manager, ria. P.J.Bunmlert Nevend.eriITHE Trajlf' ';

,!r The New York Motor Also, the northeast quarter Of north- ._ ._ __ .. n _._ __ -
Club will giye a prize banner to last quarter of section 18, township 38, Ec.gic.es: : IrietaUech::

t, the boat club winning tae largest; oath of range 41 east; on south fork of nr-: O.\T" CAREFULLY STORED FOR THE SUMMER-Reprenentatlve for ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDOES

number of events during the car U. Lucia River; 40 acres- Apply to the T. A: :I. Reversible OoMoleno Engine, IJj' to 25; horsepower.. The only

nival. The fastest boats in the CJlA" II. WALTON, engine of the kind in Florida and the heat on the market. Sea this engine In R.\'rE.
United States will compel Tltusvllle Fla. boat at place of business-end of City Wharf. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ATREASONABLE

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HAST OOAST ADVOCATE:, TITUSVILLE; FLA. JANUARY. 26, 1900. y '1 ,. JT; ';

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................................................: and wife, J. E. :M. Hodgson and a number Rockledge.Our i

whose names correspondent did
COAST not learn. The evening your being that 011
ISTETWS.
EAST i 2NetivsV which the prizes were /given the followIng three fine hotels are open and entertaining FIRE INSURANCE

2Z were awarded: Dr Sarah C. Hodg many tourists
******************** son, ladies' tlrst prize; Miss A. Florenc I
Hodgson, Indies' consolation prize; L>. A. A. p, Huoy and family, of Kane Pa, ;
Peek, gentlemen's first pilze; Mr. MoA. are located In the Garvey cottage for tbe
Notes Contributed: bv Our Regular : lister, gentlemen's consolation prize winter. 6

Corps of East Coast Correspondents.S : The evening wns one of the jolllent (\f Mr. Lewis Herring's/ new launch, bull the best protection possible at the
this winter season. by the Matthews Boat Co., of liascom,

1N1111111...........................,..11110111111 Ii.oo1101Eau Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson entertainedfew a 0., has ani yell. It Is a beauty
friends on Friday eve last. Amon; Miss Cornelia Magruder\ left for Tarn

the ladles present were: Mrs Nato pa on Saturday: to spend a mouth will] ,
S r PleAse send all communications I II I Gallie. Voss!, the Misses Gregg: ; Scnggln, Boll her brother, Lawson Magruder 1

publication to "Editor,, and Morliuul. also Maj Kldd, of tha ,XM. .
(I Items for 1., thu Misses Minnie and Anna Dan. Mr. and Airs. Henry Whiting: of Mel 'j"I ,

gnvocATE, 'rltus IIII', Fla. ___. paArttll fOI'th. .Mr. and .l is. Harry Hodgson and bourne, were visiting Mr. and .Mrs. J. J. .Y3ihYt'J'. ( t,' .- t

r )lono nvl'l", 81t.'IAY AD apR :Mr. J, A. Ullbeir The evening wa White, several days last week. "'

;- We cannot guuiunree to publKli Ofcoji... .>--I-'MU.-iulllo--, Florida- pleasantly passed with. cards and vooa Mr. and Mrs. Groat, of Nibs Mich,,

[m that do not*i.each Lbl l.. office betoir! The Inn IH now tilled to ovetllowing and instrumental muslo. arrived Saturday! and will spend tin .

,noun Tr.urnd.ijs. every ..III hi. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells and Mia 1 winter with their lilend, Geo. Matthews "'
I
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Gladys Melbourne: called at
umlllerel'h.r, Wells Miss\ Eva Wolfe!, talented young 91f
and .h"wol8', .
Will coiicspondents: oblige us by 'the past weuk.Ifl. dining the Kentucky Military Institute, on Sat :iady of Dublin Ga., arrived hero IlIlIt ,",
uiday last. The faculty\ and Col. nndMts. I week, to spend the winter with her
liitliiK) the| mimes of people antll'iact'llphllnly S. Randall loi.k his launch: Hi'leu to howler' with a number of cadet' cousin, Mlssbtclla: Douglas.II. .
L us possible P Cocoa tills week. accepted the offer of a uplu on lulll\n' tl t ,
River iu the Hatassoo, Mr. Well's tine W. Matthews n prominent bust .LL'ti9it 6JalluliPl. ,
.m flMMnMMMMOTWMMMBMa BBMMMM Alex Nnai'H residence on Houston M., launch. 'The party Inspected the pineapple ness mun of D.iscom O., arrived las .mot

Melbourne.Vlre Is now filled with !guests jlantution nfh': Wells b'm'etlelr week accompanied by his wife and an

( return. Dr. Sarah Hodgson wa nicely located In their cottage In Soutl
Capt. Bennett now at Daytona in
..t
the houseboat Rochester. also In I the party Hock ledge. LOWEST RATESin

G. F. Pnddlaon's launch carried The excitement over the speed contests -
W OOODE.-Rllat ttetate!: Notary Mr. Nicholson. sailing master is doing a part;
for dStnatitreqaenlandLnndunan4Glel of friends over to the beach on Sunda on the Ormood.H.ytuulbeacb lint
I'uhllo and Cooveyancer. AltUnt the work on Capt. Clemson's large yawl.
I, ..",an" Ha.rtfortJ last Aiming those on board were: Mrs I been completely overshadowed at Rock. w
fire IiiBiiranca Companies special attention Col. Fowler, of the K. M. L, wont to Paddisou, Mm. McNab, and the MisnoHodgson : leJgo by the rivalry among/ the voterarllshermen ,
iialil to the interests ot non.f8eltloots. Jacksonville, on Saturday last, via the Young, Perry, Bouner, Mo of the New Hock lodge hotel' I
E. C. L. during the past week. The banner reo i
Allister anti Ives and Messrs. Brown
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES.
[ Subncrlptlons for the ADVOCATE, out 1 made !Simmons anII'.lnce' LEADING
w- The Wells pineapple plantation was J, K. Hodgson, J. A. Gilbert, and Mnj was by
lieplnk paper of the East Coast will be visited by the faculty of the K. M. I.on Kidd and Miij. Green, of the K. M. 1.. last Friday, after tho AUVOOATK: waf
Jcelved at the Melbourne Postomce. and several whose names lepoitc published. They brought In seventy
Saturday last. your :PERCY: :: cw TALITON'. ,
all landed without
-- d'd not learn. A most enjoyable time large trout any guide
Allen Mlddleton\ of Philadelphia Pa., Bible class: will be at 2i:: () p. m. on was spent by those who attended till Simmons running his own engine I'DII!
among the late arrivals at Hotel CarloD. Sunday next, at the Episcopal church on pleasant outing. I I Hulling at the sumo lime with the launch (SuccesHor to Morgan it: Walton) FLORIDA +;
TITUSVILLE -
Young si reet. Wuiu. Messrs. :Simmons and Pilnceal .
i so had the phenomenal pleasure of ciitch- -- .. .--
out for a Pop Corn A grand ball U mooted for Tuesday
InviUtlons are Mims. at time
lug/ two trout one on one 1.luu.
West's hall Friday night theth eve before Lent ("Madi Gras"). Keep .
at ,
moo the bill torn minnow (Plunger/ No. B). 1 ,
inst. rolling I Other large catches were made by Mo.

Mrs. George K. Lye'llls b'vlnmany/ Rev. Millidge\ ; Walkf wns the guest of 'J'. tl. Suckett, Jr., Is at West Pain : t'ardle and Uoodall, Grltllth and Williams We are rowel

'atitiful plants shrubs and trees set Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, of Pinewood Beach, with his patents. for the winter. and otheis.

it on her pretty bluff property. Lodge, on Sunday last. Anise Flossie Taylor spent Saturday; Capt. )Kllwood, at the l'lsZlbrOIl ht
In a U51b. channel bass on Saturday,,,
Capt. Cooley of Lansing Mich. anch- and SundRY with her mother at Cocoa.P. .
Dr. C. II. Stewart went to Jackson- caught still fishing.
Ins last week to attend the Grand med In our hill'hour on Tuesday last In W. Rjbeits attended the meet I nil The lake Is too high for black base LARGER AND STRONGER EVERY DAY !

edge of Free and Accepted Masons. his now yacht East Wind. of I. R. Lodge F. and A. M., Wednesday fishing at present, but the water Is goIng .

Minn !fcudie IToke has returned fromr The next meeting of the Card Club evening. / down every day and will soon be in I

,' visit to Macon, Ga., and again en- will be at Craig: Appin the residence of Elliott Mlms of Social Circle', Ga., bon /good shape. Meantime, the iishlng! on WOULDN'T 10U LIKE TO
jlng life In Hoke cottage with her far Capt. and Mrs. C. W. McNab. I a short visit at the residence of Mrs, Indian liver In of the best and cannot .
be tlIalletilmywhel'e In f'loilda. Lover
er and sisters Mo 'Ulster's launch is B. J. Mime
Capt. new now
this do butler than
of royal sport) cannot
Judge D. L. UAuldeo of Tltusvillu, plowing the waters of Indian River. Judge J. B. Whlttlngton, of Valdosta stop at Kocklrdgo.
m among tbe pleasant visitors in Mel- The Captain wants a second mate. Ga., is a recent guest at the residence Growe Us?

lime last week. The Judge owns a I Rev. Millidge Walker held services In M. T. Jones.P. Torture of u Preacher.
nutifid atTlllman.
orange grove St. John's church on Sunday eve l.int.
J.. Kyzor Is busy harvesting: and
la this season to The sermon was particularly Impressive. The story of the torture of Rev O. H.
Melbourne prepared I shipping the lost of his huge ClOp of -
of the church of I
Moore Baptist
ntertala} all who may come to the Col and Mrs. II. W. Perry entertained sweet potatoes.Mr. pastor
N. interest
Uutauqua, or to spend the winter. a few friends on Monday eve last. Cardswe..e llaipersvllle, Y.111 you SAVINGS MAKE CAPITAL ,
accommodations are bet- and Mis. D. W. Benson are enter lie suys.: "I suffered" agonies because of ,
ich our
year the feature of this pleasant evening./ V. siateut from the
taming a lady fiend from Charlotte a- pet cough resulting

'f. F.. S. Randall. of Boston was in Eau C., fur a few weeks. itrlp. I had to sleep. sitting up In bed You've known of oppoitunlllos' to "get! Into 8nlllelhlu,," for yourself; t" 1

Mr. and Mrs. II J. Alloe nnd two Uallie on Sunday last Mr. Rindall has Mr. and Mrs Pete Beardeii of Madison tiled many lemeiilus, without relief,, haven't ? Probably unable to avail yourself. of them for want of capital. s
Indiana you
nitty children of ClovenUle: not been In Eau Uallie for nearly three until I took Dr. King's; New Discovery N dSTMtT
their
settled for the winter in Ga., are on a short visit to
e now nicely for Consumption Coughs and ;
.e Snedeker cottage on New Haven years. friend, W. XV. Uatlard. which entirely cured my. cough c.01,1"1 S.A.N'O'VV',

onue. Mrs. tvcs and Miss Helen Ives, of B. J. Mims Jr., who has spent the saved, me from consumption.. A grand
Pa Grand Rapids, Mich., are now In Eau past, two years In 1'heonlx, ArU., Is expected cure for diseased conditions of 'I'hrolttand and lu a year or so you will bo surprised at the fine start you've matt<
The Cook family from Newcastle ,
Gallie for the balance of the winter
again occupying tbe l\IoFa..ldmloot. sea to arrive in Mime next week. Lungs. At the Heil- Cross Pharmacy toward .suuoess., ________________ .
son. fiOo/ and .
price tl.OO guaranteed
,{!e. Life to them In this very pleasantace Mrs. J. W. AlnHllo, of Dorsey' Ga., ; .
buttle
was so weU enjoyed last season! Mr. and Mis. Montgomery, of Cincinnati arrived Thursday for a visit with her Trial ties

,at they are again with us. 0., arrived on FRiday last. Theyme brother W. vy Ballard, and' her mother. ,
the guests of Col. and Mrs. II. W. J. Hawthorne. The First National Bank
The Spinsters' Convention will be glvn Peiry. Mrs. t> Fort Pierce.

In the Chautauqua auditorium on Harry Roberts spent. from Thursdayuntil ,
ilday, Feb. 2nd, at 7:::10. Admission, Capt. Poage and four cadets, ,visited Saturday In Jacksonville, and upon .
"0), All are cordially invited to help Melbourne In time for breakfast, on advice from Dr. Mitchell, he left Monday A, T. Weaver has tailed painting the Miami:: : F o.._ '
ly the debt on the auditorium. Ad. 1 Sunday last. These gentlemen report avery for Now York city, for medical treatment residence of Alex Hogg.

The Ladies Chautauqua Aid Society jolly time. and an operation: The concrete company are laying a Pays 4. per 00:1:11: : ; oxx St. 1.n.KS: Ir I

of the K. M. L on Sunday sidewalk for the Methodist church.
ivo a pleasant card party last Tuesday Dross parade Several of our young/ people attended:
'gut at Hotel Carleton. It was a very last, brought out a largo number of tho. dance and social at the residence ofMr. Quito a number tourists are In town

ijovable affair, as la always the case visitors rom other points an well as EAU ] and Mrs. 11. F. lees at LaGrange and the hotels are' filling with them. QUARTERLY----$1< t ttV"'Wrlte
ben any social, event occurs at .the Oallie., Capr Er"Ing was In command. ''''edDeMlbyevonlng. given In honor olMr. ;

arloton. Mr. and Mis.: Wells and Miss Wells, of t and Mrs. It. K. Wynn. was The anrboied magnificent off steam the city yacht wharf, Rowans a few, or ask for "Specimen" Savings Pass Book. i

There are furnished cottages and also :Melbourne, were in Eau; Oallie on Saturday The citizens of Mims leased that days this week. A
ems to rent In Melbourne, but they Inst calling upon friends. Tbe party the Tltusville Hoard of Trade and ADVOCATE -
!!lould bo adverti-ed, so that. strangers dined at the K. M. L, before their return. : are endeavoring to locate a oniony ]Lev. John Brown held services at St. Agents & >"ntdord '
RONALD FISKE The t
IJu :
know Postmaster will be Andrews church last Sunday morning 1I10llY
ay It. Howeter, In 1I11111M.an l hope they success
II. Walton editor and proprietor J .1 I Cycle Engine1y
ouile will Information Cbas. ful. Wo have some of the best lands lu and evening to large congregations. 2 Cycle Engine
gladly give any of tho ADVOCAIK, Tltusvllle\ Fla., !' ; to 011.1'. COCOA, FLORIDA la: to 30U H. I'.
a may have.Preparations. visitor In Eau Uallie from Saturday the State for homes, groves and truck The band gave a dance In tho ball last '
was a
/gardens, and always work for willing Friday' A largo number were present ----
are going on for a splen- until Monday< as the guest of Mrs.
nl session of the Chautauqua of the 8. E. Harbour, of Walden College. workers. ___ _______ and enjoyed the evenlnve..y/ much. J.v.I.A.X1.XN'E2: : :JIN'a-XN'E2: SVPPLIXSIILLlrc1wcLro ,

roprcs which will be held In Melbourne Her. Rev. Mr. Woodson held services In the -
Doctor Could Not hello
om !March lib. to 18th. !Jr. Davidson Capt. Clemson's yawl Princess, Is and onHorlgsons' Baptist church last Sunday morning and WE CARRY THE MOST!: COMPLKTK: LINK OF MAKING HARDWARE
overhauled
m prepared a fine program Hesl- ways being "I had kidney trouble for years," evening./ Quite number were In at- ON T1IK; EAHT COAST.;
of
anti' all Indian Kiver painted. Capt. Clomson is a citizen writes Mrs.\ Conner of Sliel-
at along Kayraond '
places
.
hound take advantage of this rate treat. Taunton Mass., who makes yearly visitsto ton, Wash "and the Dr. could not help tendance.Mr. Acme No. 10 and Climax No. 0 I Dry Untteiles, Hwltcbei, Spark: I'lng, Hpark Coils,
Eau Gallie for the shooting and fish- I u fad. Foloy's Kidney Cure aid Ilamner and family of West Virginia Wire Timor., Spark isps, Detachable Terminals, Pocket A mmetel'..
:Melbourne seems to hold some ...peal In me. first dose relief and l Jam / arilved this week and, were so Brass and I Iron I'lpa, F.lbows; Tees, Union, eta; Tobln Bronze Shafting Propel.
the l
me
attraction for the cadets of the Ken- ; very ciiiod. I CAnnot/gave too much pleased with the place that they decided lers, Steering Wheels, Sheet Brass nnd Copper; Copper; Galvanized and I Wlro Nails.Wrlto . Il
now say
>ckv Military Institute of Sarno, which Every sail and row boat In Eau Oallie for Foley's Kidney Cure" It makes the .o rent a house for a few month. for Catalogue; /

lee seems to be a most nttructlvb placer Is in use during the afternoons. The diseased kidneys, sound so they will eliminate TIJImas.JelTell'lon' of Hip Van Winkle OUR 1'RICEH: ARE LOW AND QUit GOODS THE WEST

many of our people to' visit on :Sun: cadets of the K.the!I.Eau I.., Gallie are all River ardent Is the poisons from the blood.! Unless nine, son of the late, Joseph Jefferson __ __ _. _. ____ __u.. .. ... .. .. _ __ _ _ __.____
)Even Tittisvllle and
.Iys. had a representa- boatmen
and fishing they do this, good health l III Impossible nrilved here on Wednesday, from Hobe
Ive iy afternoon at tbe Military Institute last Sun- peculiarly, having adapted high banks for boating and good land. Sold by the lied Cross Pharmacy.Georglana. I Hound to enjoy a few davV (lulling. at S. B: 7atts'r

I the Indian River Inlet which Is teeming. .
Ings. I with all vailetlos of IllIh.I ,
Furious Fighting. The Eat! Gallie Card Club met. at the I -- I t, )t

"For seven year," writes Geo. W. Inn on Thursday, the their 18th Inst.wInter It derleB.was I :No Case of I'licumonluoii Record Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties

foffu au, of Harper, Wash., "I had a the most the successful guests present were Col. F. Mrs. Mcfarland was visiting Mrs. We do not know of a single Instance Dry ,
itter battle with chronic stomach and Among .
cold resulted In
J. H. Johnson and afternoon. where a cough or pneumonia
vor trouble, but at last. I won, and cured W Fowler und wife ilughes Monday when Foley'' GOOIW STATIONERY: TC.
wife of 111.\ ; Mrs. McKelvey, or consumption LADIRrt': AND UK NTH' FURNISHING J
>y diseases, by the use of Klectrlo Uitfs. Chicago McNab and wife, Mrs. Katie Carter was calling on Mrs. honey and Tur had been taken. It euros

I unhesitatingly recommend them k i'oungstown 0.; Capt. Vose van 'lughes, Mite Minnie Hughes and Mrs. toughs and colds. perfectly, so do not EAU: OALLIE, FLORIDA.
Majors
'all, and don't intend in the future to Dr .s:C. Hodgson 1 Hall, Saturday:! afternoon.Mr. take changes with some unknown preparation -
without them In the house. They Duyneand Kldd MUses Bolts, Gregg, . .. ..,.
which contain opiates -- -- - -- --
and Morgan, of the. Kentucky Odell and Van Hoose, from Hlrin- may I -
recertalnlo a wonderful medicine, to" Military Scoggln Institute; Misses Hodgson. ngham Ala., have gone to the Tlionimd which cause constIpatloo condition that several selections. Reading i / were given i I day or two. All report a pleasant time
ave cured such a bad case as mine. and[ etards recovery from a cold Ask forfoley' Xevin.
and Mrs.
and Misses Donner Islands hunt. Miss Ron
tbe on a grand by
old' under guarantee to do the same for Young/ Perry / Honey and Tar and refuse. any Lawton Geiger returned home lat
9U, by the Ked Cross Pharmacy, at BOo McAllister\ of School No. 22!;' Mesdames Paddlson Mrs. A. L. liruner and daughter, Miss. .ubstltute! olio red. Hold by the ICed Crosby OelsMler and Mr. Clark, of week from throe months school taught

I bottle. Try them today.. McMillan\ and Christian; G. F. leth, and niece Mies Nellie Bruner, were (;'ro..I'ha..ma"1) Tllusvllle! Fin. Evansvllle, nil., are spending the winter about I5) mile from Fort Pierce

___ __. - >anneoger on the Lena to Cocoa; and - --- with Mr. Gilbert. The ground being/ prepared for mel- ?, '

u .111111"fhf if return, Saturday.:! Merritt. A party of friend... from the hotel Ions, cucumber, tomatoes eta, etc., of '+
1'F>w'FIII'w' .1111.11..IN111..BFI'w1 f1'f11'Mtf'wrIrF : I Il A. n. Carter and family Mr. Slmms visited Mr. and M rll. McQueen on board ttlilch there will!! be a I good!. lot planted. '*<

and wife, anti Messrs. Simmons:! and the Rowena, at ICockledge.I'iratlntr V
Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne! office, : Gould, made a merry party to Oceanus, Mrs T. Xevlnn took lunch at 1\1rs. ...-- -----..- In Mud Cliatte.

(- : md returnSunday. Oardonvllle's Sunday.! Foley'M Honey anti TnI' Million rush la mad chase after
t Is creating our . health from one extreme of faddlsrn to
Mr and Mrs. II. K. IIughes leave Wed- Shelton took Co. Chicago, originated
. ... Mrs. Frederick cupper Foley A ,
... .. another when if would eat
))1 ... ... ,' .. .. lesday for St. Augustine, to attend the with Mr*. Nevlus Sunday. Honey and Tar a* a throat nod$ lung good f""rl., and,keep they their bowel only regular
of the Methodist
nnual conference and of the greatmeritantlpupulautty'of
church. Mr. 8tout baa had a new cement walk remedy, on account' with !Jr. Kin*'* New Life Pill, their
DEPARTMENT Foley' Honey
;-i FURNITURE Episcopal >ut down in front of hI. cottage.Dr. Imitation offered for trouble would all pan away. Prompt
:: :Misses Nellie Owen and Nellie Bruner and Tar many are ,relief and quick' cure for liver and stoin-
.... . ... .. .. . .. were out driving Thumday afternoon, E. II. Arm"troDjof; Jacksonville, tbe genuine. Ask fir Foley' Honey ache trouble. :2'iQ: at the Rod Cross. Pharmacy I
I and he anti went as far an Dr. Wltlfold's. Mrs. was at the hotel all day Wednesday. and Titrand refuse any substitute offered ; guaranteed.: .,
to meet the genuine wants of the people, :: Vittfeld still suffer very much with and Frank Nevln attended a. no other preparation will give! the
i Thomas --- ----- Y
laxative.It .
samesatisfaction. Itl I. mildly
i now claims to have the most complete \line of :.:. heumatlsm the auto races at Daytona this week. contains no opiate and I la safest for Malabar.Are .

i I 1 4 Fred Gould l left Sunday for his homei Thursday. night the guests of tbe River children and delicate person Hold by

I I New York: City. He baa had a most new visited the Opera House at Cocoa. the Red Cross; Pharmacy, Tltuivllle, Flu. you a ubscrlb. to tbe ADVOCATE
House Furnishings ever seen on the river ellKhtful vacation hunting and Mining,
PFishing
.. aDd visiting among bl. old friends Mr. Jule Dardonvllle, wife and mother, :
wild bad a splendid camera and took a ..rare guest of Mr. Nevln at dinner, Lotus. Is Improving and orange are

Lamps ? : umber of negatives.! He wart op to 'uesday night. leaving the station dally.
Angle i
You have heard of .. Uncle II UK be*' Saturday afterpoon tak- Mr. and )Ir.. McQueen, }fr.. Walker, A heavy rain fell here Monday night C. W. Hnltnn wa hauling lumber last

.. log picture. 1oIr.. Swift and Mr. Msrlette, were the week for Dr. Ilarrl new packing house.,
Orange and tangerine are being .hipped he will\ have erected.
which shortly
Write UI :: of Mr. and Mr.. Nevlnit Saturday
nests ,
I Some people call them Angel Lamps. A Fearful 1'ttte. lornlng. In small lot*, and are commanding Mr*. Jane FerrI. I* having her home

I and will tell the Joke on Mr. Rockefeller ::. It is a fearful fate to have to endure of Rochester N. fair price. painted by E.V.. Arnold. She! baa
wife ,
we you .5tJ Paul A ex: and ,
In the she
"I high made since ar-
I tbe terrible torture of I'iles. can String bean are quoted many Improvement .
truthfully say," write Harry Colion, of Y., and Mr*. Glbbln, of Atlantic City the, market, but there are only a few here, rived! Ibis winter.J. .

COMPANY i lasonvllle, la., that for Blind, lileedig. N. J., are among this week.the late arrival at and mostly all blighted. F. Farley has returned from Val- '
STEWART fiver View
&
FEE Itching and Protruding Pile., Buck- Saturday afternoon there was quite ai karla, where be hn been doing
tit, l x: len'. Arnica Salre,is I the b .tcare made.' There was a musical at the hotel Tues number of the. Lotus people boarded the ter work lie will commence packing i lF
Fort Pierce. best for cut, burn and injuries. and Mr*. K. Shelton, \lrs.
Melbourne tad .. Aillo ay'evening, launch Mystic, and went to Tropic for a bit orange next wrek. l
2:10 at tbe Red Cross Pharmacy. 8. McLaughlin and Mis Lore, rendered
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1 CHRISTMAS FLOWERS. Com' await CROP Grain REPORTS., Potatoes, To..... ,. v Florida East Coast R'j'

lit Home Features of the JUvnullfnl lloll. fo ana Rio.. trs .
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., day Show of the "'lu.I. Some items In the September report ,

" It I. cyclamen u ClirUtumg Rift/ an with a of agriculture are as follows:

littlo care n good/ thrifty plant will The condition of corn on Sept..,,l was
.. t odtlmie In bloom until ,.rln,;. The 80.5: as compared with 80 last mouth, Watch this space for the new time-table. 'i

cyclamen will give goad results in 84.6 on Sept. 1, 1004. 80.1 at the corresponding ter, b/qf eF January 9th the winter tourist 1
On
iiiftoma nnil follut.ru", and cOllie out emil date In 1003 and a ten ;year

d T Ing train cousldcruMo linrdshlps. average of 81.7. schedule will be inaugurated i
1'be rich reel and the blending of red The average condition of spring ,

and green lu the iioiiisc-ttla appeal wheat when\ harvested was 87.3 com- with four trains daily
p strongly to the Hentluifiits of warmth pared with 89.2 one month ago and 6(1.2:

and brlfifatuesM ubkli. fiprvndo all well on Sept. 1, lOOt The condition in the each way.

' regulated bplntf/ at this eensouext fire principal states is reported as follows

t tor the tfol'Kfoujf poinsettia' urdlslu IK of : Minnesota. 84; North Dakota 80\ ;

great worth and good lasting qunlltleit. South Dakota 6t; Iowa 01. and Washington -

) I Good Poln of i' Oa<., Harley. and It,...
:ArJIslu I".Jy/ no means u novelty jIM1 d e r I
4 jl but has /been n general fuvoilte for a The average condition of the oat crop) s NEW TIME TABLE.

i season or two past It IK u host economical when bun' ..ted was (W.3 against 00.8 -

il plant to l'Url'hIlHI, an the berries last month 85.0) reported I'II'' )>t. 1, 1004 Commencing Deo.,22nd a new schedulewill

contluuu until the flowers come Ins 75.7 at the corresponding! date In 1003 Florida East
and a ten of 81.4. be effective on the
I stimmer: and noim'tlrm-a hang on year average
The condition of when Coast Railway.
ttrough; the year. Plants sometimes average barley
: 1(3To( the new crop us well us the old harvested was 87.8 against 8!>." on Aug:! The now time card will vary considerably -

hanging upon them. The plant endures 1, 11)05 87.4 reported Wept' 1. 1004 82.1 . Four Sailings Each Week from the present one In effect but
at the . .
the Louse well. It IK ut its tout responding date In 1003 anda those employed at the station and the

:when not over eighteen inches tall. ten ;year average of 83.7. traveling; public In general, will more
P Above this height/ it in tree shaped and The avers Re condition of rye when BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. readily appreciate the time of the arrival '
harvested .
<< was 00.8 against 801) reported
not so pleuHlng. Usually at this stage of trains.
and
the is topped to make Sept. 1. 1004 84.1 reported Sept. 1, 111Charleston, ) departure
plant a new
i/ one. 1003 and a ten year average of 83.8. Finest No. ItI)! the Palm Beach and Miami
The tollage U lung and narrow with the Coastwise
The
fluted margin and of good green. The The average condition of buckwheaton Steamships in Service Limited ",11leave\ Jacksonville dally at

flowers are bright ml. Sept. 1 was 018 against 02.0 one 8JO:! p. m., arriving in Tltnsvllle at 1 ::30 .
Vaeiou. month ago 01.5 on Sept. 1, 1004 01 The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. H. m., and at Miami 8:30 a, m.
Aural-liana.
at the corresponding date in 1003 end Direct bervice Between and
United States
!>
No. 21, carrying
Ardlulu has somewhat crowded
out
the capsicums and "cherries" from the a ten year ,ernge of 88. Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern PoInts. Havana mail, ]leaves. Jacksonville dailyat

Uigti dasM market though for cheaper The Potatoes sad condition Other Crop of flax. (Calling at Charleston, S. O., both ways) \0 ::O a. m., arriving In Tltusvllle 2:4S:
berried. plants. Molauums, and celestial average on SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS In the afternoon, at Miami 10.ri:;: o'clockIn
peppers are used. The azaleas are Sept 1 was 04.2, at, compared with 00.7 flirathbound......................_. .. .. .... .. .. ........!....froin L,wl. Wharf Boston
one month IIRO and 85.8 on Sept 1. Northbound. ........... ...... .......... .,,.... ......from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville the evening.
very handsome.. 1004. .- Xo. I 01)*, brggage and mall, also sleep-

'dajT'iiTnntM I heaths"or and crToaa the are later among forma. the of I1oeI lioll-- The average condition of tobacco on Clyde St. Johns River Line. Ing oars, leaves Miami, at 8:20: p. ra., arilvlng -

Sept. 1 was 851. against 84.1 one In Titusville at 3:38: a. m., at
ton ferns are also Hold at this IIpailOIl.
I I month ago 83.7 on Sept) 1, 1004, 83.4 at BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Jacksonville 8:40: a. m.

the corresponding) date in 1003 and n Stopping at Palatka Astor St. Francis, Hereford(PeLand), and intermediate landings No. 7S: leaves l\1lamlat 0 a. m., arriving
DAFFODILS IN WINTER. five year average of 813. on tho St. John. River, commencing Wednesday, November IS,1105. In Tltnuvllle at 2:08: o'clock In the

.Koreed For (;Ior..t.....> and I:ill venal The average condition of potatoes on STEAMERS "CITY JACKSON V1LL13" and "FUEI>MC DellAUY" afternoon, and In Jacksonville at 7:30p. :
Sept. 1 was 800) against 87.2 one
*-. Window Garden .'...orUOI'''. ere appointed, to sail ae folluwsi Leave Jacksonville, dully except Saturday at 3.30 p. ro.) Re. m.
month ago DIM on Sept. 1, 1004 84.3 ut
The main Interest of the 1'olyimtliu. the turning leave Bantonl daily except Suniluyg at 0.30 a. n>. The following trains will be added to
corresponding lute in 1003 and a
narclsHU Is in two varieties. that mica Bontb-Hoiitia. -Bound Oth. .
schedule
ten year average of 80.2. ''Iteed. down aCIIED..'LE Read up. the above on January

universal favorites for window gar The average condition of rice ouSept. Leave 3 30 p.. in ...... .."..............Jacksonville.I'alatka.i. . .... .. .................. Arrive--a 00-a. m-' No. 85; Palm Beach and Miami Express -
dens. Tho Paper White narcissus Is 1 was 02.2 against 02.0 Leave 8 45 p. in ......... ................,. .......... .........,....... Leave 8 CO ]>. in. ]leaves Jacksonville 4:20: m. arriving -
doubtless the most popular bulb that Is one Luava. 3 (10 a. in. ........ ......... ... .. ...... Astor .............. ............ Leave !IlK' 1>. m p. ,
month ago 80.7 on Sept.; 1, 1004 and Leave 430a.m. ........... ..... ........8t. FranelB.Kereslorcl ... ........... ........... Leave :lOOp.mI..v. at Tltusvllle 10:30 p. in., and at
forced for Christmas flowers! And the 03.0 at time date .. .............,...... ((1..1101)... ... .................Leave 100 p. m
Chinese sacred! Illy (N. Tazetta corresponding in 1003. Arrive 8 ,10 a. in . .. .................,... Bunfonl. .. .... ......... ....... I..eave 930a.m. Miami 7:10:: a. m.
var, I Arrive 10:00 a. i... .......... .................Euterpriae............................Leave 1O 00 a. 01. No. 23 Miami and Nassau Special-all

A Guiifantccfl Cure For Pile Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office t 122 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. Tailor car train, leaves Jacksonville I 8:
.,t; IIr <,,+
+ !$ Itching! Blind\ Bleeding, Protruding I .-r.M.IRONMONGER JR. Asst. Gen.Pa... Age. 122 West BUT St.,Jacksonville Fla. \ a. m., arriving at Tltusvllle 12:40: p. rn.,
PIluH. DiuggUts are niitlio Ized to rotund W. O.COOPER Jr., Local Frt.AI't.! Jacksonville O. P. LOVEI.L Superlntemlent Jacksonville. and Miami at 7:25 p. m.
money If 1'nzo Ointment fails tocure 'out Hoican Jacksonville.., Fla.A. .
,If,' t, In 0 to 14 day. OOo at the lied O. HAGKHTT, Oen'l Eanfn Pas*. Aut. New York CLYDB MILNE Hen. Prt. Aet.. New York. No. 28, Palm Beach and Miami Express -
hTIIKO. O. rOF.lt: n..neralllla"aKer. W01. P CLYDE< & C'(>.. General Agents.ICIieMihroiiKli leaves Miami at 5:10: m., Tltuavllle -
Cross Pharmacy, Tltimvllle, Flu. Building lu State St., Opponlte Battery Park, New York p.
li tijI7} n141l{, I C. II. WALTON" Agent Tltusvllle' Fla. 1:13: a. in., and arrive at Jacksonville .

__________ _________..._____ _____ _______n____________________ at 7:40: a. m.
'i1 Revised Football."I No. 47, Miami and Nassau Special-all

humbly beg your pardon sir; Pallor car train, leaves )[ll\.mI8lIla.: rn.,
Lk \\.Y\ ; I fear that I have armuhed your to.. .
:, , Such accidents will oft occur Atlantic Coast Line R'y. arriving at Tltnsville at 2 :*O p. m., and

In gathering Ilk. this you know." Jacksonville at 7:40: p.m.

'And I have been" was the reply
rore hasty than was rightly due The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson
I fear I hay. confused.
7tn your fye-' sale] Tuesdays and Thursdays. In November
And doe. this ear belong to you?

"Dell eve me, air, I meant no harm.It TO Till 13AST.

( 'i $ lt biJ happened by the merest chance.I Over its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence
+ trust that mill take For information time-card etc.
t you my arm
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is1li't: +i;ii In getting to the ambulance." >*lkJ; i&. via the Pennsylvania Kailroad. ,

Ii/1.1 t m lt !I Tin now fulfilled, our fondest dream; TO TUB WEST.
Th.... college ruden."es are poet. The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio U. 1C. "AskSouthern
Kind courtesy doth reign supreme.
And football la reformed at lastWashington .
Star. TO TJIE EAST VIA STI AIUSIIIP.

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Via Savannah:! and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Fhlladeldhla Bos-
ton. VIA Norfolk Steamer to New York. Washington and Baltimore.] Via Savannah >
... or. and Merchants' and Miners'. Transporttalon' Company for Baltimore -
aud Philadelphia. Railway
1110 DOTJULB DAFFODIL VAN BIOS.orieutulls .

) will make a growth of twenty TO KEY W. ST ANn HAVANA.Via .
EFFECTIVE MAY Rs, JOO5.
inches lu forty days and flower in Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company _

i tour to six weeks after being plantedIn iw Alav y Two Vestibule. Trains. Kant. No.34 I No. 20 NOKTH AND WEST. %.

Hballow bowl of water.In Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points Lv.Jackeonvllle..8oRy 0 MaU 7 Nip l.vJacksonv.lle. ..'I....... .. .,....I ..ny T
double daffodils the common variety Ly Jesup......... ......... ? 40a 10 4Mp L.T Jeaup, (>...>................ ..... u 1103
Lv8ava..oab.... .... ........ " 1 mvH 12 Ifla ArMl\CoD.U... .... .. ......... . .... 3"
of old fashioned gardens Is the MILEAGE TICKETS. Ar Cnlinnbia.. ........ .. ... .. ,. Mp 0 Mr H A r Atlanta, (JaArKmne .. .. .................. .. U
Van Slon:, which Is also the best for Charlotte. .... .......... " 10 Zap! a /AnaM ,<)a.. .. ... .. .... ....... n P
r Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal ArUreunlMiro....... ....... .. 1 lla32la: alp\ Ar1)altonOs........ ..... .......... U
forcing and for the window garden.Its railroads in the southern states, are on Bale by tbe principal agents. Ar Danville ... ........ ..... " : :2 lap ArChattannolI\.Tenn........ ...... H
luxuriant foliage sturdy! stems and Ar Rlchnionil, .... .......... *' '8-8a642p ArI"xlnlton.Ky .. .. .............Q "'.C a '
For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L. or write : 1A. t
fI -- ArCinctnnatl.U .. ... ..., ... ....
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full Lvnuhburg. ........ .,.. -
big\ flowers of 4"20p
( n rich, strong J1OYLSTOV flat Pass. W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. 434* Lv I. I .... . ..... . t
xt FRANK C. Agt.! Agt. Ar ('harintto*vllle..... ..... " H 1sa a Dip ( 1I1J .nat. O .fllg Four,
hearty golden color) light up a room In ii8: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Washington. .... .. ..... " 0 005 0 BO\ )| Arhleago.. ....... .. .... Iii'
the dark days of March like nothing il II. SI. EMERSON", Traffic Manager.; W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass Agent. A r Haltunore... ... .... .. 11805 11 znp2.V.p LvCln"I..tl.O..I'a. Lines. T'
else that Van Sion is ArWe.tl.hl1adell'hla....... " 1 4Hp : Ar Chicago IIIT.v ...... ...... .. .. ...i I"u'
the only WILMINGTON N. C.
grows. .. . _ Ar New York . . .. " 4 Up 83f1a rMnnfnnAH- II..,. ..,,,.,. ..0 11.1.: D H
big double daffodil .. .. .., u --
that will force; the .
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others "come green."-Garden Slagaelie I nail No.M--Iew York and Florida Expr..A." Lv (',1 ncl..nat.I 0.. .. ....... ....0 II .S; D
Y l.ulhnnnOrawlnitRoomt'll..plngCllrJ'ort. 0 ....... .. ... .. .... .. 3J
SJE.A.B: : <:>..A.Ei.I: > T allllaa111:Xo.31-"Wa I Jackennvllle hlngton an,1 t New, Florida York.Llmited" ArTetrolt. !\IIch. ... .. ..........., I'M I t r.:.

Dally Pullman Or..wlnJr liana 8leepl..g Car, 1.v'uiulnitatt I 0.,., ., ..... .. rat I' nee.. $)
New Pear Itooaevelt.Itoonevelt Jackaonvilleto\uwYork. Arp !.bnrK.J'a....... .... .... 5-
Is tho namo proposed for n AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR -- ; 0...... ........ ,.liig! Four, 0LY'imcmn..tl. )'
Ar8v..lall .. . ....... U'
new French which Is Through "TIIIl LAND OF TilE SKV" I fio 30 l.O.
I pear very large dl rvr..xl..tnn.: Ky.. .. .. ... . .SOn) 8)'
of n light yellow to lemon color with Lvlackaurvdle ria..... ..........So. y 7MI ArLouisville Ky.......... .... . .. t1'Ly '
bright red spots on tho side the L1f : M..vannllh.ll... .............. .... .. .. 12 Ion Arfilt.I.oulo.l\lo.. . _,.,. ,., _" TAr
sunny SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES RICHMOND, Columbia.8. c. .............. ... .. 6 nos -Ar-n- :.- .... -.- -.. .. B rAr
flfah white delicate and well flavored. A.I..llle.L'i.C............... ... .. 1/11'1'/ I ArHlnntnnietnn: .Ala.-. ..... .... 'III
The] tree la robust and very productive. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK Ar ]ins Spring.. \. C.......... ..... 2371' ArAlmnplna Tenn. .... ,... .. .. .Frlaen> Ir'
ArKnoxvIReTenn.. .... .......... II (Sip' ArKan".IIC.ty.lllo.. .. .. .... .. .. tArI.oulevtIIe
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I J HORTICULTURAL BREVITIES I above picture of the Xo. tJ-t'Tbe Flarlda r.hnlteI" Oal1. 1"I
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,orE and, fish is the trade] Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. Bnftat No. 3s-Daily Bleeping CAr 1'lIlIman'hetweon J>rawlnlt. J..k.IIDvllle Room allli and veat/bnle tram through; day ranchos Chcinmuo. and j't
Chminnad man Sleeping Care, J..kson.111e to
Tho cherry is the subject of a fine of Scott'BIuullsion] ( la-Pullman Drawing Room !Sleep11'R' )

report recently Issued by the American and is the synonym for Excellent Dining' Car. Service between .iaeketmvllle. ; I
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY Iasaae City and Colorado IIprl..
t l'6uiologlcal society. The report Includes strength and purity. It is sold

also Information on the pear in almost all the civilized countries LINE Operating Dally Through/ Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans. ARRIVALS AT .TACKSONVII.LK.

I. plum peach grape and small fruits by of the From New York Waehingtnnetc-No.29"Waahingtonand.FtorldaLimited". nun
globe.If
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special committee. The report is gent For \ Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent From New York,Washington. I etc-No.M,"Washington Anil Ylortda Exprenn".. KO'a'
tho cod fish became
to members of the association, of which extinctit From Cincinnati Aahevllle eta-No 20, WaAblngton. and Florida Limited". o1n
Professor John Craig of Ithaca N. Y.. would be a world-wide calnm Seaboard, or writeA. From Chicago[ Cincinnati!\ Atlanta etc.-No. 14,"Florida, Limited". vw

secretary. ity, because the oil that comes O. MACDONELL. Asst. Gen. Pass. Act. S. C. BOTLSTON, Pass. Agt.

Ilecont Investigations; Into tho winter from! its liver surpasses all other JACKSONVILLE.: FLORIDA JT. O. XjTJTSIS.: : I>I.t. Pass. Agt..

killing of fruit trees aro'lIal,1 to bring 108 West Bay St., Flo..H. .
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fats in and Jacksonville
out strikingly tho necessity", of thorough nourishing liftgivingI ; .. -

and unremitting) sprnjlng to control I properties.' Thirty years ago e, 60 YEARS 8. IIARDW1Cl{, \'.T. 51.,Wanhington, D. C. W. J(. TAYLOE.O.Y. A. Wa"hin-tnn. )-c|
luaeet pests and fungous diseases. proprietors of Scott's Einulnion EXPERIENCE BROOKS MORGAN A. G. P.A.. Atlanta. Oa.

Trees on undralnnt or very rich soil found a way of preparing FOLEY'SO1'1EYADTAR

tires borers weakened all alike Invite by overbearing winter Injury.or by cod lit er oil HO that everyone can Always Remember the Full Name]

Professor Van Pemnu has recentlyrrcommendeil toko it mid get the full value of '

the Crothers as a pencil the oil without the objectionabletaste. ,

( of medium size, very handsome mluud Scott's Emulsion is the A TRADC MARKS Laxative: f&romo Quinine

nlilto color and excellent quality. (lest thing in the world for weak, Prevents Serious Results DasicaeCOPYRIGHTS !
Cantaloupes have done well la Lawrence backward Ac.Anvnn i minmm
children thin
l'licatell"Op1l"1
*nonOInu hutrh and le.crliitlon'
mat
county Tenn., and this section From a Cold. finlcklv :: nur oplnhm; roe weether an
( and nil conditions of ertIi ' r inimiinlfi Cures Cold in One in Two.
a
promises; to become a great melon Remember the tk.neanut1vrvmndentlal.\: : :: I : : HANDBOOK on Parent Day, Grip
country. wasting and lost strength. nameFol.'s 0nt emu. tMdent aitimry turaeruriliir jMbtciit..
Pm.ntil taken through %I nun A Co. ncelT* >
The high color pleating quality nnd Send Ibr tfff .mpl.. Monty and Tar. Insist ttrflat, wok, without ahA..... In tbSciCiUiHc r

iCKular medium size of the McIntosh SCOTT Ss40041S DOWNS upon having the genuine. Jlm ri\an. fB. on SoL 25C.FOLIE1SIIONETAZDTAR .
CrTEMISTS
Ited apple are making It popular a* a Three eliee ISO, goo, SI.OO .
I A.n'.m..l1f' l11uM'At..cI weekly. ].meet "'Po
fancy or denser fruit as It flits the PAL .T..Ift.law TOtE Prepared only by cul.tlunt an.eienttanJurnd.: T rm 54a
wants of yen r tour month,f U Sold by all new id**I lor*.
the restaurant and hotel Joe. and Pole, A Company. Chicago.
fl.do. All dru8PU. FoLESIIo1flT
trade. MUNfi & Co.301ama, ....,, New York
Iced .
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JACKSONVILLE OUMONO 1IKACII. TITUSVILLK, f M, .


rINDS OR HOTEL . Bretton Inn AT ORMOND BEACH, FLA. Sembler Cottage TITUSVILLK:, FLORIDA. ,Ji"
JACKSONVILLE'S: FINEST AND :FLORIDA'S -NOW OPEN ,
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL. Open All the Year Good Board and ,ttentlou. "
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Situated directly on the famous Ormond automobile race course. Good REASONABLE: RATES.
garage accommodations. Steam heat in rooms. Transient rate $;.1.00) and Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station, Tltusvllle. I
. .... $:j.r;)>O per day Weekly rate, fl.t; to (2J. Florida East COAst Railway; lOll
-, .' MRS. A. J. SEMULKR, Proprietress.
,, :.:.... miles south of Jacksonville. .
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'" ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY,
.:', WM. 8. KENNEY, Manager. Proprietors.liAVTOXA. PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA.Firstclaim .
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Bard at Reasonable Rates Restaurant and Retail Grocery In I.'
connection MRS M. L. PEACOCK, Prop.

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1Ii Hotel Grand Atlantic PAYTONA FLORIDA, ,. itocivLii.---- -:-.-.. t'


New RookiedgeHotol

The Most Beautifully Located Hotel lu this Resort directly on the
Halifax River. Only hotel with large lawns 2XX( ( sq. ft. veran.I.is 1Lzld f.
Spacious ollice, Sun Parlor, Billiard, and Smoking Rooms. Four Pico
Orchestra. All modern conveniences. Rooms single oren suite with bath.
J.c J.
Rates moderate. Owneiship'a management. Hotel Plaza

:;g; ,
J. II. JOHNSON & SON r
3 >o1E..1oCtgo, F1cu1.d.n.: .
|DODGE:& CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. Ii'
--. ------ Both of these modern hotels me situated, III the midst of bearing orange
Daytona House DAYTONA, FLORIDA groves ovoilooklng the beautiful Indian River;; complete! In every detail, InJ: t I
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE eluding rooms eusulto with private but h, Steam heat. The very best (lulling

FLA. Opeef!;all the Year. Block from Postoffice, *Jauk and Principal Stores. and hunting. Dully excursions by launch to points of interest Bowling
Alleys. Casino containing bill 1111'I1.., pool and other tunics., Two concerts
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened Rates: $2.01): ()( per day; special by tile week.C. .
dally by an orchestra composed of soloists. Rates .:'l per day and upward.
this season. Fine cooking and !Rood table. Hot and Cold Water A. KENNEY, Propiletor. Special weekly Yew Rocklodgo' Hotel and Hotel 1'111.1now: open. Personal ;

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Formally of "The Kenulco." management, of '
II. R. and 1'. A. SHARKS.
a.eet oars pass the door. Rates, $2. to $2.50 per day.
Th Pines DAYTONA, FLORIDA
}. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.
:3.18 South Ridgowood l Ave
Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE, :-
-A NEW HOUSE- H .
he New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE: FLA. 'I r
Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Baths. Furnace Heat.
-On the American and European Plan- Rates: $2.50: per day and upwards ENTIRELY::' RKNOVATKH: and !MODK.RV: THROUGHOUT.FLORIDA.. .
Under new ma..gement. Newlv furnished. and renovated. A pleasant I
family home. Bares: American Plan, $J.OO and $2 CO; European, SOcts 14 MRS..1.; B. IIINSKY, Proprietress '
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. It situated In an Orange; Grove, and In the heart of the garden/ spot of FloridA. .1'

H. W. Hr1NCOCKProprietor. i A sub-tioplriU!,! region on the honk of the famous Indian IUvor.

| The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Greco Cove Springs, Is under the The Cleveland -- '.
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same management. DAYTONA. FLORIDA. .
CUISINE\ SAME: AS AT KL1IKRON: IIOTKL, KLI1KRON 1: ', N. J. I

lUAONOLI.SI'IClN.OS.. ,'
hosting, Hunting, Fishing, Orchestra, I Kte.Koonis I '//I
S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. with wlthlng baths Rate: f.J.Oft; () lo $.'.olr. ..fl" '

Magnolia Springs Hotel 81-12 AlsnManagornfELIIERONIo'l'E1'.. {j

J. V. JORDAN Mrrr. boron, New York.

(St. Johns Hiver.) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. IVY INN . .--J
DAt'TONA, FLORIDA.
:28!/ miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y, and river steamers. DIIHUI'I"l': .
Open fireplaces In all l'oumM.leam\ llJa', Elevator Electric Lights Pure1 .. ...
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Sprier Water. Dry Climate. No Mosquitoes Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis t
Fishing, :Shooting. Two shimming pools and baths. $4 per day; special Will satisfy those who desire elegance with all comforts and conveniences. RIVER VIEW HOTEL MKRRITT: ISLAND, FLA.On .
weekly rates. O. 1>. :SEA VEY, Owner and Manager the banks. of the Indian Rlvor. j,'
MRS.: FOLTX, Proprietor Opposite Rocklodgw and Cocoa lit lit 101111.O'In8 Boating, Hunting/ and FishIng -
ST. AUOUSTINi liases per day, f'J.fiO anti' f.'I.O: ); .per week, .11>,011( ) und upward." ,
Write for booklet, W. G. LOnE Prop. .
The Cedars .
DAYTONA '
FLORIDA i '"
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Al rIIOUItNI'
J NEW HOUSE. HOME; : COMFORTS.DAY : .
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I BOARD. NEAR HALIFAX RIVER. \
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I.IIOUltNE) [t'I.OHWA.
New Hotel Carleton
18-12 MRS. WM. JACKSON, PROPR.OAYTONA 1I'pVIII,1 County. I
... 'Highest and Healthiest: Point nil the !INDIAN IUVKK.: Hotel .
-- - -- -- -- with wide verand.tH., Sanitary plumbing, gas.\light, bath rooms on .
igjgg Byf jgJjESr j JJUACU. every floor, and pilvutelmllm,I fiiinaco hellt snd good thinking I witter. .. t
L ._- .--- --_. Two blocks ft oin KxlhoHd. station, anti near Crane Creek launch
iernral? wl harbor. Excellent KUhlng and Hunting Rates:iipJ.AO per day and \
** '- jiK-'iiL fcji-i Lp* *zr ''i '"-f Ji"t'' Pnr?>jwi"" n i"M''v' mi"<*m, J. M. FEIlO U ON. .

W f 1111rd 1 i i } "1.. QR? A l r r-.rl c' 6 The Seaside Inn, DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ---up.- -- . -- .. --.---. .+I.t /" .'

Hotel Bellevue ;MELBOURNE':, FLORIDA. .. ,
Is now open for the winter, season under the management of the owner,, \...' ;\'
HORACE F. STEW'A It'!. Humlsomo and new, situated on Daytona A healthy winter resort on high pine Und, over-looking Indian Klver. ',I 1'st'
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, ,
airy
/ plea-' week ,
Rates: $2: and upwind per day, Special rate per ; or season.
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The Mailo Amusement CO.'IICasloo irl.
and Pier Terms moderate -Write for rates to- ,to, ,

1xxotol HORACE F. STEWART. Owner and Manager MADAM K. M. CAMPJJKLL<: R. W. CAMPJJKLL: ,
Jb Z3.c--c- noLoon, Manager. Proprietor, J t)

ROUT. MURRAY Manager,, ,
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The Pinehurst, HAYTONA BEAOH, FLORIDA PALM ItUAC'll. .' i:/;

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21)) 4 IA YTON C. BELKNAP, I>rop. beach Club Ocuf: i t
(OTEL ALCAZAR :ST. -AUGUSTINE.Now .
(Incorporated) '.,'

OPEN JANUARY: 1STII.:

Lone Bay lllll j DAYTONA Formerly BEACH Ooodall., FLORIDA Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclunn, Palm Beach, on the north,


,'/ First door east of Postoflice. Hales: 'I..")O to f .OO; special by the week.I Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.Firstclass .
Open ,
18-4 MRS. I. DAUGHARTY, Proprietor. Chef, Cuisine and Service i iOpen

: to: 3VEox3aLTDOX: Only::

Order received for Dinner Parties of any number) at all hour, '
White HOUSe AND DAYTONA' BEACH, FLORIDA.
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JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. IIOVNTON. I
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On Seabreeze avenue, near Ocean anti Automobile Race Course. V

House Renovated. Good Northern Conking Terms moderate. Boynton Hotel IIOYXTOX( FLORIDA.

.
]8-8 E. J.. HOWARD, Owner and Manager At foot of Lake Worth, 13: miles south of Palm Beach, on Ocean Ridge,

total Ii St. George, ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. - -- -- Good Bathing, Fishing, Boating and hunting Now Dining Room and
SIAIIICC:1./I:. Itotunda. 150 feet from ocean beach, with :MO/ feet elevation. ,

ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON )For Information apply' UOYNTON" HOTEL CO.: ,
I' 22-3 Boyntoo, JTIa.

Private Baths. First-class, up-to- . -
Elevator. Steam heat In every room. Hotel Colonnades
SEAIJREE/E, FLORIDA. IUADII.
late hotel. $2.50; and up por day. Send for booklet. ,


SI r 0 :MONTGOMERY, of Hucstls House :Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor. Now open for season 11)00.; ( The Gautier MIAMI, FLORIDA, '.
Corner Avenue C, and "I'th Street s
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NEW MANAGEMENT.
NEW OWNERSHIP. -
Under :New' Management' Cuisine and Service First-class.

.T.AtiG1TS' . Cuisine Unexcelled. All :Northern Help. -NOW OPEN- !!;}

he Hotel Granada, FLORIDA. Rotes on Application. Booklet. MltS. J. X. FEASTER, Propiletres I, ,

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.: 18-12 GEO. II. BENNETT, Manager. '
:Most beautifully situated on the Alameda directly opposite the Ponce de :SE\V YOltK. .
and vegetable products' need -------
Leon and Alcazar hotels. The dairy, poultry
In the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm Hates .2.:>0 per day
and upwards. Rooms, alcove, single or en suite, with or without private SEA BREE2 E-D A YTONA. Hotel
baths. Special:! rate per week and to parties. The Clarendon Marlborough
111 to. FULLER McGRATH. FLORIDA. ,

Broadway, 3f1th
lorida House ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Completely Renovated and transformed In every department Most' centrally
--i Now Open) l located hotel on llroad.ay. KLKCTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE:

In every room In the house.
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORI rE. EUROPEAN: PLANlOftRoomi.: 200 bath rooms. Rates: *1..V> and upward ..

Most centrally located with all modern Improvement, steam heat; more E. L. POTTER, C. II. KNAPPE, without batb. $J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $.:S ,
,
bedroom and bath 13 and upward. I i w
room with southern exposure than any other hotel In the city. and upward. Parlor, two "
Accommodate 2.W. Rates .50 to *:3- per day. Proprietor." Manager. SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY; I i
E. ."I. TIEKNKY, Manager. I .t4.t4f
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TtTUSVrLLE FLA. JANUARY 26; 1906.
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I ....rf.lt.'Ftf.Maf frf.....Yh.*.av....rf..tlrf.....rfMMrf.....* THE AUTOMOBILE RACES. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. :PE1: T2TEY 13 ARAN:N" -....


: I i \ :: .\Ve have been dealers in cUa. Notwithstanding the unpropitious Attorney P. W. Vans Agnew of THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS, ,

IDIAMONDS I state of the weatber the first of the week,
a monde and other precious atones i thousands of people attended the races Kissimmee, was In town yesterday MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHERS

since the establishment of our on the Ormond-Daytona beach-one of -Mrs. L. II. Brace returned from her --
: ***********.., ****.*****M i the best race courses in the world. = J JAt.
husband's hunting camp at the Haul- Tit-t&eavl.HOiCHLOSS: r'loi'L :lr'l'
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business in 18' 8, und direct importers for more than 20 years. :: The feature of the trial runs over the --..
? Ormond Daytona course on Monday\ WAS over Canal yesterday.Mrs. --

s j rt =We save you the middleman's profit= : freak the kilometer cigar-shaped record steamer.made by Unofficial Htanley's A. O. Kreatzor of Brooklyn SCIILOSS BROS'

f :K time gives the car a record for the. kilo- N. Y., a sinter of Mrs. L. W. Halle of Fine Ready-made Clothing

meter of 1915 seconds. This Is 21 8 this place arrived last Saturday quite

,. celIJnF & I :: seconds under the record made by Barns. 111. We trust she will soon Improve In $1 0. to $18.

:: !2? 7/ \.3 WKITK FOR otitCATALOGUE. :ti with his 80( horsepower Darracq health In southern clime. ---
KK Announcement has been made by President l. our KNOX, STETSON and IIA\VEo.!

,''f r JEWELERS A IMI'IHITKKS I :t Asa Paine that in nil probability -Mrs. F1.. Wooten and baby of
i :: the crownlug of the Speed King of the Hats
4r 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. _____ ..*" World would take place on Saturday.The / Camden S. C., arrived here, yesterday

***************************************************** I coronation will be hold just before on a visit to Mis. Woolen's parents, Mr. $3. to $5.

the club house of the Florida Kant Coast and Mrs. E. L. Brady. Her many friendsare

d r rt.-- L. rilC: >""X"LC>'VV".' EAU GALLIE FORGING- AHEAD Automobile Association. pleased to see her In Tltusvlllo.Mr j'' SCHWAB CLOTHING CO., --

Jl'1.OJUL I'AKADK AND BAM.
'I -: J. D. Crabb and family formerly '

I Mnnr Pretty ]If>m.,.. Shelled Stroet. the This Friday night grand ball will be of Tltusvllle but now of Bronson ,p o ''sti '((1811 Ready-made Clothing for Boj
/given In the !Hotel Oimond Casino,
Y ; I ''lir Kentucky Military InKtltuta, Eta. which will be one of the most elaborateand Levy county, arrived In Tltusvllle on $1.50 to $10 All Sizes.

,' ., '"' ': l girl IDnt1'J Eau flallle In much improved since delightful social functions of the Tuesday evening and will make this *" --
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," ,'r1.l r1.: the editor of this paper visited it some entire season. A special .orchestra has their future home occupying their EDWIN CLAP and CROSSE'I
I years ago. Many new homes have been been secured, and an elaborate dance
r erected', now roads and sidewalks laid, program will be (tendered house In North Tltusvllle.

oLO OLD RYE and many streets shelled which giv.* The Floral Parade arousing enthuslasm -Mr. and ]\Ir A. J. Sembler will Shoes
tills, pretty Indian River town quite a and Indication points to
; every leave for Sebastian about the :3rd
I wuisgyI' city air. there being many cars, beautllully decorated on or $3 to $6.6O.
'I.here are a number of nice homes In In the line The floral parade of February and the Sembler Cottagewill --

S Sr 11'1fr11'1fr; Eau UaMIe, among; them the winter homeof will be led by the Times-Union car be managed by !Mrs. Broltwlsch until MANHATTAN and QUAKER ('ITT

Mis. Thomas Harbour a former very beautifully decorated, bearing the SpeedKing the end of April, when It will be
r prominent resident of Paterson N. J., Miss SI in rail,and the Times-Union n.un.eey j ShirtsSOFT
'" I but! now of Verona N. Y., mother of Htalf representatives. closed for alterations I3" >S.&CO.

r i r (''li'J.:' New Colonel York Wm.city Harbour one of of the Paterson principal and On Tuesday, the world's record for -Dr. Cbas. O. Weld, 'Mr. Dudley B. aea..nw.fine Clothes.e. MaKrrs... )w* and STIFF FRONTS

I 1 owners of the world-renowned Harbour the mile was broken and once again a Fay and Mr. P. V. Ely, of Boston, who $1.25 to $2.00.
''''''_Y' racer speeding over the famous Florida all times a complete stock of everything -
Thread Company, of the United !HtatPS: have been enjoying the duck shootingon
has set fur the
a
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers i and Ireland Mrs. Ilaibour who upends Speed course: ,Kings of the new world.figure And It was the Canaveral Club grounds east of / that MEN AND BOYS WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY
Ales Stout Etc. the wlnlms at Eau Gallle, with Mrs. A. All goods marked ID plain figures
: the wonderful Stanley steamer, driven Titusvllle, left, yesterday for their respective
1'. Friend her has
KT"Send me your ciders I home as, surrounded guest, by about a very two delightful by Fred II. Marriott. that did It, the :Massachusetts\ homes. Strictly One Prim to All. Sboes for Ladies

TITUSVILLE and OoCOA FLORIDA acre of land, planted orange, grape- cigar-shaped record to !I2 1-6 racer) seconds first lowered and later the closIng mile- Commodore F. D. Hughes/ and wife. Mall orders a specialty. $2.5O to $3.60.
fruit and other trees well of
as as many
the most beautiful In the state- Its magnificent/ performance for the New York, who have been attending the -
roses day by reeling off the mile in 31 .l-i) These brands are ipcoguized lenders style, fit and finish. Sold only by I.enilc
Robbins & Graham Co some of them having been Imported direct seconds, a record 2 :3-3 seconds under automobile races, were passengers on ,
from England.Mrs. WE SELL THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY
the old one made by McDonald.The yesterday's train, en route to St. Lucte,
Harbour recently had a stone- first event called, was the one-mile where left their
they launch. They will ----- ------- -------------- - -- -
(Inoorporatocl.) and-eement wall erected along the east
International for the Sir.\ Thomas Dewar
Hide of her lawn along the Indian River attend the motor races at Palm Beach
,
PAID UP CAPITAL 1.1: +;,000.00I trophy. In the first preliminary heat =aStoves Oils
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bunk?which is said to be one of the three started. At the and then go to Miami.At ,
pole was Fletcher
This company owns best.built and most substantial liver
( I walls at any place between !8t.: Augustine with George W. Young's 110 horsepower the regular meeting; of Indian POINTS- CROCKERY GLASSWARE ETC.
Flat, next to him was Marriott with the
IEL I N2DS
4L
/ : and Palm Heach. Mocking birds blue !Stanley: steamer and on the outside River Lodge No. 00, F. & A. M., In Masonic

the Indian RIver Country; On the St. jays red birds and other species of bird nearest the ocean, waR Clifford Earp, hall, Tltusvllle Wednesday
swarm in the trees around her
home
Ladle River; at New Hlver and on Hay and delight In being fed by Mrs. Har with his new six-cylinder Napier. Just evening Dr. E. E. Rollins and Mr. C. R.
after the three bad disappearedfrom
bour aud !Mrs. Friend. cars Stewart rode the Masonic goat tor the
Blieayne. Prices to suit the times. view, announcement was made that
In addition the above beautiful third find
to time
the race had ended, Marriott winning In now they are full-fledged
Send for Land List. winter Mrs. Harbour has
place a seven. Freemasons.
3J: 1-5 seconds, and establishing a new
acre where the trees have
Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. orange grove world's record.
been loaded with golden fruit thin win Subscribers to the ADVOCATE have a
Earp was second, making his mile in
tor. The or-angeR on these trees are of a 40 seconds n.\t. and followed Marilottby been sending; in checks and postofllce

East Coast Meat Market superior them kind, and Mrs. Harbour /grows almost seconds. orders rather freely of late but there
specially to /give to her relativesand
Fletcher was third, but no time was
friends In England Ireland, Scot announced. are a few of our subscribers who are-

O. F. DUREN, Agent. land and the United State and Canada, The second heit was between Lancia, still\ In arrears, and their attention Is
and It 14 almost needless to say the recipients with his 110 horsepower Fiat and Ced- 'called to the name-and-date slip pasted -

e:: of with boxes them.of the This above fruit are rlno, with a Flat of equal power. Up upon their paper or wrapper every week. h. 41I YI ., ,n I a. I
delighted
.",. 0rn : / orange: grove the stretch came the two mighty machines -
-_. and all plants, shrubs, flowers, etc., are almost on a line, and in almost -Mr. and !Mrs. L. 11. Clarke, of Toronto -
-uv: tenderly cared for by Thomas. !:Sumter
the same position did they continue to ; and Mrs.\ Clarke's mother, Mrs.
former head the Governorof
P:> a gardener for
c:::> the finish, less than two seconds separating -
the Bahamas.. their times. Lockwood, of_ Ouelph, Ont, are guestsof

tS: The ADVOCATE editor was a guest of Lancia won, making the mile in 37 3.5 the Indian River hotel, Titusville.
w
:> '
7 xtVrr Mrs )Harbour from Saturday:! until seconds, while Cediluo'd time was 33 'They visited some of the orange groves
Monday afternoon and he Is under the 1-0. Under the conditions this made and I d!.
d Fd that should yesterday expect to leave for Palm ,. '
Impression she feel justly
I \Marriott Lancia and Cedrlno eligible for -
of her winter home Eau Beach to day. ..
proud lovely at
the finals the winners of each beat and ,,
_. C'IItS Gallle Florida.A .-,.... ,{ -. -- -
,
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-a-: cursory glance on Sunday also [continued on pageI,] --< j ."""
_eon Ct showed that Mrs. A. Treutler and Mr. CHURCH NOTICES.
and Mrs. J. E. M. Hodgson also have
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. DIME SALE.On .
very pretty homos Rev. M.\ Walker will\ officiate as followson Walker: Hardware: : 'Oo,

Sunday afternoon was quite lively at Sunday next, Jan. 28:
Monday afternoon at :3 p. m, Deo. TITU3VILLE FLORIDA.
Eau Gallle for many people were wend ,
Cocoa St. Marks church.
,
20th (! the ladles of the
Culture
HIOO.
Ing their way to ::Sarno where the boysof
Hodgson Bros. Sunday school at 0'IO) : a. m. -- -- -- -- - - --
Club to have Dime
the Kentucky. Institute Tltusville are a
to parade with Military colors and baud were Sale. All of the ladles of Titus villa are Morning prayer at 10:30: a. ni. ..N.NN....................NM.....NN...NNN
flying
Holy Communion, 10:30a.: m.
EAU GALLIC INDIAN RIVER FLA. playing, at 3:30 p. m. They presented a cordially Invited to attend, and each one i F. A. MOROAN,Proprietor. Dit. E. R. BLAKRWOOD,Registered Druggist
Titusville St. Gabrlel'schurch.Sunday
Is to either .
very smart appearance, and were much requested bring/ something ( -
Marine Railway.QoneralHorchanta complimented on the precision In which dainty or otherwise) costing a dime. school. 0:30 a. in. .
The packages will be exchanged on Bible class at 3:30 p. m.
they went through their drill.
and Ship Chandlers Everyone whom we met In Eau Hallle the payment of 'one dime at the Culture Evening prayer at 7:31) p. m.

..Special Facilities.. spoke In high terms of these boys: ; and Club Room In the rear of the Presbyterian Rev. John W. Walker will officiate as
In conversation with several Indies on church. follows on Sunday Jan. 28: 1 I i RED HB PHARMACY

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Sunday afternoon, ono lady said: "Mr. We Are anxious to increase our library, Melbourne, Holy Trinity church.

Yachts and Launches. Walton, the boys. of the Kentucky Military \ and hope to have a large attendance. Morning prayer at 10.tO:: p. m. ,
Institute 'are jiist splendid' and SECRETARY.AN .
a Eau Gallle St. Johns church.- HHTITUSVILLE
Mention the .AnvooAr when writing. credit to Colonel !Fowler Eau Gallle Bible class at 2:30: p. m.

and the Kentucky Military Institute, OTTER FARM.A Evening prayer 7.iU: p. m. i
and everybody hopes they will return FLORIDA
next winter." Rev. W. C. McCall will hold services -

Stanley Kitching To move the Institute_ boys and staff_ otter recent farm Inquiry could be from started Texas on! asks the If East an in the First Baptist church of Titusville Complete Stock ofI --

Dealer In- from Kentucky to Florida required a Coast of Florida. As otters are known 'on Sunday next at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. DRUGSAA
special train of eight coaches. There
are about 120 cadets and to exist In Bird Lake about six miles Sunday school at 10 a. m. PURE DRUGGISTS S SUNDRIES.
ofHcers a large
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY. CIGARS of teachers and numbering southwest of 'Tltusvllle on the Delesplne
corps help /{
grant It would that this industry
seem
"
Tobacco Pipes Candles, Fancy China probably ISO/ or 200 In all ; but we were might be carried on successfully In a A DEMOCRATIC CLUB. .* &TPrescrlptlons Filled with the g.I

and Temperance Drinks. told more students would have come to lake where there was plenty of fish by : Utmost Care and PromptltudeTS;
The brands Sarno but there was no sleeping room
following of cigars deliveredat
someone familiar with the raising of
The Cook
$:j.23: per box of CO: for and them.If her Mrs.Kentucky Fowler friends Is quite could popular see these frisky amphibious members of the strong, which County left Chicago Democracy on the 18th 140 | WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

Humboldt Cremo, Key, Cabanas West Smokers x'olmlskl., Promos, the large bouquets of beautiful roses she fur-supplying--family.-- band instant of, on their special reached train with their ..+. *.....+**...<>.....*.+..... .+.+ .....
receives from Ecu: Gallle residents, they forty pieces Tltusvllle
Flinch Cards, bile ; Hand :Made Palmetto would open their eyes wide with surprise NO FROST IN TITUSVILLE. about 11 o'clock on Sunday morning, en

Hats, 113o. route to Rockledge, Palm Beach, Miami E. L. ::se
:c &:: :seO.:
STUART, FLORIDA. As previously announced in these and Cuba a report oT whose trip win ,
Up to this date (Jan. 2i5th) we have last week's
columns, the idea of making the headquarters published In ADVOCATE. -DEALERS IN-
had

----- no frost In Tltusville and In consequence -

w XX E. Vesey Hall n I II at of Eau the Gallic Kentucky, for Military the winter Institute , grapefruit of the peach very mild and other weather fruit,orange trees just coat Each: arrived and man high wore from; silk London.the hat conventional, as If he frock had GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS]

1 I j Gcorglana FII,. I I oilglnnttul[ with Colonel Fowler, who saw are In blossom. As to flowers all kinds We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER-:
the advantages of bringing his cadets to may he seen /growing around town. We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all\ consul
] OtEtrt :I3"11:1.1dor:: a more genial climate-hebca Hotel du While we have had no froat whatever, KILLED A BIG BUCK. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
-- --- -- - Nil anti cottages, all thoioughly 'lurnlsh this season on Indian River, the U. S. E. L. BRAD V BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA
for New od, were secured for the Institute. The Weather
Agent Superior Motor. Bureau records say it has been While a Florida East Coast I
of the Institute Railway - - --
Have 4 h. on hand cal and It. moving from Lyndon the wettest winter In 23 years. work -- -
see train
p. ; Ky., to Eau Gallic. Fla.) is a unique departuia was cornice:! south on- Monday '
Estimates and prices furnished on from all known rules, and it Is morning, some of tleti l hands 4c <>:nJEB: : OQ.:.!

application. due, primarily It Is sl\ld. to the desire to A BIRTHDAY PARTY. espied a big buck deer near the track, a c

give; the students a full military training few miles north of Tltusvllle. Xo one -Dealer In-
and plenty of outdoor exercise which appeared to have a ride or shot-gun, so

I THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,, the not severe possible and In uncertain Kentucky winter on account, weather of Is party Miss\ last at Grace the Indian Rathbun River' bad hotel a birthday, Tltusvllle several ward the revolvers frightened were animal soon pointed who was to-, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AID,

evening. Covers laid for
were In a short time laid low.
Venison PRODUCE OF ALL
The KINDS.
ADVOCATE editor
: questioned several
the table
Brewing Asso's of eight, being beautifully decorated steak followed. TITUSVILLE .
theoiuletsas to how they liked with rotes and other flowers. The FLORIDA.

the change to Florid, and all said they party was In charge of Miss\ Brown who _-

Famous I\t. Louis Keg and Hot were pleased with their new quartets and "did herself proud" on this occasion. KILLED THREE DEER.
the roaldonts of Eau Ulllo.
I tied Ileor.. Tbe oiUcers connected with this well- Wm :R Walker

Hold by Maura. F. Lesley' and known und popular Institute are a very rajlnir nnd Hauling:. Quite a number of rleer have been killed ,
gentlemanly lot of young men, and are In this section of Brevard county this Dealer In-
.
R. L. Motlow .
,Tltil Ylll ,FI'
as follows: : All kinds. of dr.lying and hauling winter, and thoufamls of quail have Staple anal:
II M r. R. L. Motlow,Cooo Fis Colonel O.V.. Fowler Majors G. A. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction been brought Into Titusvllle. Mewsrs. Fancy Groceries:

Gorman J. \V*. VOile, S. I'. Greene II. guaranteed. Wm. :M. t'rln.lle, L. A. Brady, I>. B. Fruits: acid:
JOSEPH ZAPF &: CO., U. Kldil and C. Van Duyne; Captains JOHN KETTLE, Tltusvllle.Itlncksinlth PrItchard and M. L. Peacock, of Tltusvllle "Veg-eteu'toles,
U. F. Erwing and W. )r\ A. Brown. went after deer the latter part of
Sole Distributors Among the radots lire the following last week, and returned with three fine Hayw Gxaira.Tour : : aIFee

otllceis, : niul Itep.Ur Shop.If bucks Some of our townspeople were Patronage 8oll0lted-

610 to 020 West Bay Street Adjutant Hcntley, Ciipttins: Poage, well supplied with venison this week. TITUS VI LLE, FLORIDA.
lY. Green and S. Low; UmiteniintM ::>ullins you want a new wagon or an old
1 JJACKSONVILLE. Grover, :& and Wlua and SergeiuitMajor -- -- -- ---
1 egur/ ; one repaired, write me. I pay freightone -- ---- -
FLA DEATH OF MR. CHALKER.Mr. .
/ Aldridge..
way. J. D. EVXH: ,
INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORYTITUSVILLE
Tituaville FIJraylng. :\. -
John White & Co. BATHING AT PALM BEACH ; W. S. Brannlng received a telegram

LOUISVILLE KY. e r / yesterday, stating that his father. FLA. j
J..bll..4. t I in-law 1011'S.. Chalker, of Mldale- li prepared to furnish Ice In any qUl\ntlty-Sacked or loose. Special attt'otl<
.
""' 00' rs. Hundreds of visitors to Palm Beach
burg Fla, died '
_t...... Wednesday morning. paid sacking: for Yachts or for family motto.T. .
have use. Fair dealing Is
been my
enjoying the surf bathing Mr. Branning has been with her father
FURSand 4 most tUlly: during the past few weeks, ly Draylng attended hauling to. Sleets: of all all trains.I Inds prompt Stove] for several! weeks attending upon him T. WETMORE. Proprietor.

-h.Hides. .. a which ,U a great pleasure to those who wood for sale at all times In bU Illness. Mrs. Chalker and family ---- - - - - - --
.
have the sympathy of their
-.. many Titus
-
arrive from the frozen north. n. E. HoLTEjf. Tltusville. vllle friends In their sad bereavement. SEND TOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.











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