Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 2, 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: VID00436
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS .Tolm It. Walker V;: Co., The Up-To.Date Clothing House Sale of JUonN/ ami ItojN Suit West TltiiHvillo I"rol."r'1.1..,.. AMONG THE HOTELS..
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For Sale.
and Ovcn-oatM. .
d Topic of General Interest Carries full line of Clothing! Gents The only store of its kind In the city. ., ___ of Tho A VOOATK la ou file at !all the ft,
Fine residence and tract land con
Furnishing Goods.' Bouts, Shoes:' Haw, Our leaders: As we Hiiiil! to yon the. other day, till talning 21 part of which Is a Kim best hotels la New York city. ,

Rending notice ads. are ten cent Caps. Underwear, Shirts, rte, ; Trunks, Schloss Bios. Clothing. has been the banner rend with us for ORANGE: n'rt'll.GROVE The UESIUKNClila :' : (; On Sunday evening last, a special , I.

Umbrellas, Dress Suit Cases etc. Stetson tints, C'lothlng.: We still. have' a line assortment Grand Atlantic '
Rune on this page.: new and( in pnifoot condition through concert was given at the ,
THE[ ADVOCATE Also Dry Goods, Millinery: Notions Knox Hats.Hawcs left. We lire going trt take all our out. Resilience contains eleven rooms, hotel, Daytona and an excellent pro- j ":',

11 t.50 per annum. In advance. Furniture, etc. fiats Fancy and Staple! S-iltti and Overcoats, exclusive nt Bath rjom and Pantry ant: gramma was. the order of tho evening. ,'t.'. "

I ;s six months A fiist-class Dressmaking establishment Edwin Clapp Shoes, and put them on wile at t the mercy ol China Closet. Hot and cold water Ir Miss Dnvls' of ,Washington Inil., a .
: an. to foreign countries. attached to thin store.JOHN. Cioanett 8lweR.ltaubltttan the first Now )"tlA give '
|{j 00 per comers. just bath rn"lI1. kitchen and pantry. But): youn lady who plays charmingly on ;
then you subscribe for the ADVO K. WALKER. CO., Shirts. you an Idea of what, von can pick up ill room has sanitary closet; Laundry hut the cornet added much to the concert "

|g by the year It does not cost you TUB r.AltOE 1I1IICK 8TOI1K.Tltiisville E. &; W. Collars and this sale, If you comv nt onre.Boy's sanitary closet and water facilities. ami the pleasure. of the /guests by A '\;; ,

|a cents per week postage included. Florida. Queen Q i-tlity Shoes fur Ladles Black Thibet or Navy lUnegnltint Witter, good and plentiful. cot'nut solo, the Palms.I .t'I' I
of expiration printed upoi Mall ciders a spt-claly. :
eAch.Ien' .
date fflO: "
etc' week. Tilt Meters. Walton and Jackson Burn, 'Jlft.x.'lOlt! ( : ) now and upto-ilntc Take note of the ml. of the Breltwlsch. ''. ';,
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Ir or wrapper every prom See our huge display ail. on 8th
paper page Fancy N\'oisted' l Suits at *10.;;
I receipt for your money. No needle < Inent orange growers from Clifton, were In all Its arrangements. Carriage hoimc Villa" (known ns the Somber cottage) on "';I< "
PlCNJfKY & BlIANNlNO In fact Hull niul overcoat at out
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every i .
for subaoilptlondate burn. Water In barn. '
; I us to end receipt In TitiiHville on Monday adjoining: our -Itli page. This Is a cosy, homelike I / ,
Rives( It to you. The Up-to-date C'lolhleis price. Large( ChIcken House][ cement lloor i house. two doors from tho F. 1C.! O. lly. ,,: \
-Mr. A, S. Halgli, one of our valued .1 en's' and Boyi Fiiinlxhers, Don't delay too long, or you will tntaithlrt also with water.
the Red supplied
for sale at station Tltusvllle. Owing to Mr and
ADVOCATES Nassau (N. P) subscriber, will, it is Tltusvllle, Fla. money saving chnnoe. Grounds IIlIrl'onn.lInbOIlM... under
Tltusvllle. / Mis. A. J. SoinbW leaving for Sebastian 'I. ,
Pharmacy, ..
| s said, shortly another visit to Miami: Mail orders given RI.eclaIILUentletn.
pay good I cultivation Shrubbery, oto.
the house has. boon rented by Mrs. Julia
llr. Cornelius Chrlstlanoy, of PoUInge and Cocoanut Grove.Mr. -Miss A. Gertrude Phillies, a popular .lunim KLIMC. ,
To be noon to be appreciated.A BroltwlHoh, who Is anxious to recolyo a .
lady of New Hampshire Is a guest
young Bla.
In town on Monday. Tltiisvllle
was A. Eugene Curtis, prominent of Bretton Inn for the winter. very decided! bargain for somebody. share of public. patronage The Brelt- f'

-Mr. Chas. H. Walton was the guesl carriage' ( builder of Worcester, Mass, has CHAS: T. McCoY, which Villa will remain open until the 1 ,

Hotel Ormond couple of days the been spending a week or no In Daytona, -Mr. Wm II. Peters, of Brooklyn, N. Attorney R. II. Seymour, of Miami, lw Tltusvllle', Fla, end! of April, when it will be closed for i I"

week. the automobile Y., has returned to Daytona for the winter was lu town on Tuesday. considerable alterations the .J ':
attending
of last rucoHMr. by owner, ''t:,,:
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and his many friends are giving him -Rev. W. HoldfU mid! Mr. '''''. 'Y, -Tux Collector E. W. Hall bus boen Mr. Chas. H, Wnlton.Dullmt .
I R. E. Rose state chemist, of Will Mathews of the polite
Colonel one hearty handshakes.PIOT00RAPiIs.Mr.. Kenyon of New UI'k. were In town a down the coast\ looking after his orange i r:'
Ihhasseo, was among the pleasanl clerks In E. L. Brady & liro's, grocery the automobile. races, the well :,

ere at this office last Saturday. store at Tltusvllle, paid .a visit to his : Faust,, the pho- few days this week. grove. known C'luremlimSeabreeze;) managed \y.t I dI

and MasteiIk parents at City Point, Sunday, returnIng tographer, will close his studio in Titusvllle -Mr. Adolf M. Jaolulo, of Leesburg,, -Mr. Piece R. Noll), of the Quebec;; by Mr. 0.! II. ICnappn, with Mr. O, R. d"

[Mrs.! Wm. M. Brown foiInil to TltusviIk.Tuesdty. on February 21 tho Have your one of the best plauofortu tuners In Florida Central Railway, Boston, has been spend Crelghton an his .able assistant, and '" ;

Brown left here, Wednesday photographs taken away hefote that was In town couple of days or so mr. about a week at Hotel Ormond, Colonel Crocker as "First Lord of the ( Y .
spend the balance of the win -Miss Hodgdon! a talented!
to young date. wbeio he made friends \
many f
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this to business of the
week attending Treasury, wan one great centers "
lady from New York, was a guest at
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Hotel Ormond with party( of friends, -Mr. Jni Caraghar, vice-president of -Attorney Ceo, !M. Robblrm and his I' -Dr. F. II. lloughton and his assistant of gayety and excitement; and the (popular }
YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL the Farmers and :Merchants! Deposit Co Dr. Uriel, will leave here this (Fri. owners, Dr. E. L. !Potter and wife
List week and this They are on their mother, Mrs M. I'. Robbins spent .
Lai Estate on Indian Ulver, apply to to Palm Bench Miami Key West of Swanton 0., Is a guest of BreitwUcli several days In St. Augustine this week. 'I'' lay) morning, for Daytona, on board tho did much toward making things pleasant u: 'J
way '
liilge D. L. Gaulden, Tltusvllle Fla. and Cuba on .a pleasure tilp. Villa, Tit UIIv lIIe, for a few lays, and was Mr. Robbtns attoiulud!" to some law canon Dontos, which will be towed by Captain for the hundreds of guests In the house. r'', I

Jllr. II B. Mace, who spent seveialIks among the pleasant callers at this office while away. Sam Martin's launch They expect to Our representative, while attending the r 81!

In Daytona returned to Tltusvllleuniliiy -Take note of the ad, of Terma: & yesterday be at Rocklotiga on Monday automobile moos, heard several nice ,,voompllm0nta :.
Monabnn Co of Oshkosh ''''IR. Theyare Mr. Oeo. E. Prltcbott and family, t
of his paid the Clarendon and Its
much, to the pleasure the manufacturers of that celebrated -MI' E:t!:. U. Wager and son, Myles, left who h,ive been occupying tho Scobie residence -Mr. W. E. C. Eustls, of Boston, who management. '

ky friends. gasoline( motor, which Mr.[ .J. Lorillard Tuesday night for Palm Beach to attend for a few months, have taken has been enjoying the duck shooting on 1I67, t

-3reHRf8.AHa Paine,O. E. Sebrlnlt and Jr., is sole agent for In this. section. the Motor ]Bout K,ices, retuming Thuis-! suite of rooms at BioltwUch Villa, until the grounds of Canaveral Club, for a .' The past couple of weeks or so have t

I A.Whiting(, as a delegation from the For further paitlculars, write Mr. Lorillard day morning./ The !Star: oltice was In their new" residence In South Tltusvllle week or two, left for home on Monday, even some gay times at Hotel Ormond, j

1,fax River Yacht Club, attended the at Tltusvllle. charge of Mrs. Wager during Mr. Is completed.Miss stopping over at Hotel Ponce do Leon, and Messrs. Anderson &; Price, the popular

it races at Pal m Beach. Wager's absence. St. Augustine, a day or so en route hotel managers, have been very # ;
YOUR SMALL PHOTO. ENLARGEDto M. Emory, one of Jacksonville'smost '
busy nion. As most readers of the EAST "
wellknownry -Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hatch, of Fort of
-Ir. J. M. Osban, our -Mr. Jerome Twlohell, Kansas
8x10 In. for St.JO, and will give you popular and charming young ladles COAST ADVOOATH know, Hotel Ormond ,
stable' keeper, hag been adding Christmas, spent several days In Daytona City, Mo., and Sewalla Point, wl.ere he '
Price at
of IIlr J It.
a Christmas picture free. The Eagle was the guest Is one of the famous hotels owned by ,
homos and fine carriages. to his last week, on their wedding tilp. Mrs. beautiful the Daphne
jro owns a grove,
Ormond the first of this week
Portrait Co. 421)West Mate street, [Hotel! ,
that wholo-soulecl nlllltl.mlllionalre) 11 Ir. ,
Hatch Wins. Sadie Cox of ,
try, which will compare favorablyh was formerly und homo was a north bound
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while !grove,
friends at
Jacksonville Fla. 21.4 and she made a host of ,
Henry M. Flagler whose name I Is a ?
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Christmas have to .
Fort They gone . Jacksonville
this coast. route to
anything on Sunday, en
hard passenger
she to
the hotel. As a musician In
-The Lorlllard Boat Go's.launch. Tbe'Succe Rnckledge. to make their future homo.- to moot his family, and all returned household word not only in Florida, but ,
-Dr. C. O. Weld, Dudley Fay and beat. all the United States.! The Ormond
over ,
i covered a measured mile in 7/a News. !
R, Daytona Tuesday, to spend the balance of the
R. Ely, of Boston, who had been minutes Dr. Blakewood holding the -Mrs. Oeo. W. Scoble and daughter: with Its first-class accommodations for t
Sewalls Point.
winter at
')iyln the shooting at Canaveral Club -Mlsa Edith Saylor, of Ardon, Ohio, 1 I. well handle the .
; watch. We think this thoroughly Merle after spending a week In DeLandidling (1100 guests, prepared to
I some weeks, stopped over a day or so demonstrates the power and ability of will be married to Dr. Lohman, a prominent Mr.[ and Mrs. W M.\ Woodward, -:Mr. A. G. Kreatzer, of Brooklyn, N. big crowds of tourists which are now 1 (

llotel ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, the Tormaat and Monahan engine as the physician of Home City Ohio, on arrived In Tltusvllle, on Tuesday, from Y., arrived Tltusvllle on Wednesday rushing up and now the East Coast of I IFIOI'ldl& t t
|route home the end of last week. the 21st of February. They will make a night In answer" to a telegram calling This hotel two
boat Is heavy and the engine only .a 2)' Norfolk Va., whore they have made was enlarged,
-Mr. C. F. Smith a well-known merlot h. p. Mr. Lorlllard l Is very much pleased bridal! trip to Palm Leach, Miami and their home for the past year or so, and him to the bedside of his wife, who re- years ago, owing to so many tourists) !'ij yt +' 1''
Cuba and also expect to stop oil at Daytona her sister
arrived at the home of ,
cently
home In continually being turned In connection -
of Memphis Tenn., who had been with It and feels that be can thoroughly are now occupying. their fine away. .
where Miss :Saylor:! Is well known K> frs. L. W. Halle, on Hopkins street, '
with the Ormond Mr.\ Wm. S. ,
|,> visit to Stuart and other points, recommend It to anyone wishing to pur- Tltusvllle.Hotel. ,
a pleasant caller at this office on chase a high grade englneat a low figure. many of the residents.Mr. suffering with nervous prostration. Mrs Kenney ably manages/ the Bretton Inn, ; t ;
Sembler who Ormond's guests recently Creatzer has been III for some time, but which Is situated '
IIday. lie was on his to the and 1 Mrs A, J. picturesquely upon A 1 m'
Jer View hotel at Merrltt way for a while. Manager II. E. Bemis, of the Colonial have been residents of Titusville for five welcomed the Rov. J. :M. lofcrathofBt.( as there has been no Improvement In her high bluff, overlooking the Atlantic ' I ,

Smith la an enthusiastic, fisherman.Dr. hotel Nassau, with a few of hla or six years, expect to leave for Sebastian Paul's Cathedral Cincinnati, and his health since her arrival In Tltusvllle, her Ocean, and which can accommodate r

British friends Messrs. Harcourt Mal- St. Lucie county, Fla., to-morrow, son, W. M. McGralh. Mr. McOrath conducts husband was sent for. noarly 100 persons. Ou account of the I

Ilarwood Huntington, son of com, E. P. L. Solomon, and Frank the services at the Bretton Woods demands made each .
where Mrs. Soinbler!: will manage a firstclass -A party from Freeport, I>a., composed Increasing season on
Rev J. T. of Hartford lolmes-were at Hotel .Ormond during Hotels In the White Mountains during .
Huntington, boardlnghoullelmllar to what of Dr. L. W. Mchnattf. .rly, Mrs. L.M the livery, Messrs. Anderson fe: Price ,
pa., arrived at his orange grove place the automobile races, and left for Palm she has run In Tilusville for many years. the summer months, and as usual will > dchnatterly, Capt. I', H. Hudson, have provided for the maintenance and .i' ,'
lyratta, In the Turnbull hammock, Beach on Sunday night for a short stay. alUclate In the St. James Episcopal !1'
We wish her every success in her now ifrs. Ada Hudson aril daughter/ Miss operation of a number fine automobiles .
t Saturday. lIe has been ill for ten from there they went to Miami, en routeto venture. 3'aurch: at Ormond. Florence Hudson, arrived In 'lltusvlllo for public. Ormond( and Its vicinity h ';

k8 In Yew York with typhoid fever, their Island home In the Atlantic Senator Wm. J. LaRoche and Mr.[ for the balance of the wlner abound In magnificent. roads, hence f k'

|I has come south to recuperate. ocean Nassau. They had a delightful l -Mr. W. 6. Branning/ cashier of the 'IV'. K. Banks of Brooklyn, N. Y., who on Thursday and comfortably domiciled' In the groat demand for vehicles of every ,I$ K
Indian River State Bank TltusviDe, left are 1 .
the East Coast and returned : .
-:\Irs. T,. II. Clark of Toronto, Can., time on Florida and here on the early morning! train Tuesday rave been enjoying a cruise with Prof.J. one of J. H. Walker's houses in North description. 1,,

I her mother, Mrs. Lockwood, of home much pleased with for Jacksonville to meet his wife M. Lallln on board the houseboat, Tltusvllle. Capt. Hudson was In Tltus On the ofllce stall of Hotel r Ormond are d e, +

Mph, Canada, after staying a day or the many friends. they made on this who, has been with her, mother and father Japt.[ Jack, of Tltusvllle, attended the vllle about thirteen years ago when he the following: D. J. Trudeau, chief 11. 1

I'tthe Indian River hotel, Titusvtlle, coast. at Mlddleburg, E'la. for a couple of automobile races at Daytona and then sold a steamer to Capt. R. P. Paddlson.ADDITIONAL clerk; Charles Davis cashier; E. O. t, ?

{ for Hotel Royal Poinclana Palm Launch For Sale. months or so. As reported 10 I last week's eft for home, stopping over at Hotel LOCALS will be found Brown, assistant cashier; A. Wright, ,\ t
lich, where they will watt for Mr. father died Ponce de Leon St. Augustine a diy or mall clerk; l'aulDavltl. front clerk; and u
Mrs. Branolng's
I'll for sale. ADVOCATE, this week. their Prof. Lallln on our 8th, page. Albert Davis, night clerk.A. .
on
who went on a week's hunt In the Cabin catboat( Margaret, 21th. Mr. and Mrs. Brannng so. way I
1'hboruood of Tltusvllle, with Dr. E. Good reliable boat :2x7ft.!() ; draught on January returned here on Tuesday night. returned! to Tltusvllle on Tuesday.To -- -- J. Fitzgerald Is chief of the dining

I Rollins, Edgar A. Freeman, T. G. 18(J to 20!f) Inches; 3J h. p. Lathrop engine; ANNOUNCEMENT.Tltusvllle room, George Rowland is head of the p + e

I lIter' and J. M. Osban. H to 7 miles an hour. Built last April. FURNITURK. DRY GOODS, SHOES. Furniture nt'ulerlt. livery department, Sam Smith looks M,

Apply to A. JACKSOX, Clifton, Fla. pictures framed, any style. Fla, Jan. :20, 1000.() I after the baggage O. Lamont. pays ';

Land For Sale. Souvenir post cards. I want to furnish a fifty room hotel To ify' J''iirn; find fly I'eoftfn of ItrevnrdCounty great attention to the automobiles, Gee r " (I

Announcement. Edison and Dry Datterles. with almost everything/ -Spilngs, Mat : Merrltt keeps the golf links In excellent I 1

1-0: acres In Indian River Narrows; Coat and PARIAN house paints. ''ress. Floor Covering, China Iron Bod- I beg l leave to announce that I will be trim, Mrs. M. Smith takes goal\ care of f'''j,

I" of tills U choice garden land. To My Friends and Patrons of Rock- house Furnishing: Goods. testis, Lights (gaaolenr) T.lneolot of a oanlIdlte; for Election.Assessor of Taxes at the the news and curiosity stands, and Miss ;,'

I"'' acres opposite Grant; part of this ledge and Vicinity: CllAS. A, GAHI):t K, TiTUSVILLIC, Fr.A. '1'owels, Bathing\ : Suits' abet 200 Chairs next I fuel Primary tint I urn qualified for the work Cary and Miss Sawyer are .adepts In the Q

I nmmock. The D utos will be moored In front of Telephone :ii.Orange '. fur' Porches Pavilion, and other necessary required' and will| | I hank yon all for yohr bookkeeping, typewriting and stenography ',"d

I'Ull'\ Roll above |In tracts to suit pnr- the Plaza hotel, Rockledge on Monday articles. Inil s-M'p-nt.' At the propur, lime I will depArtmenu There are several d Ii Iutters I

"leers.'acres, next Feb :>th. All desiring my professional Wraps. Address, by letter only, make my regular( anmtunreinmit.Yours tutor connected with Hotel Ormond ,' ,

In Bearing Orange Trees one services, please take notice.F .HoTEl," cuie ADVOCATK, W. ,H. IlAt. who deserve petl.il: mention, but their b'
I f. 1
f e north of Tltusville. HOCOHTOX. Consignment of 11x11 and 1112:! cringe If Tltustllle, Fla. names have slipped the memory. of the ,1

O. F. PADDISOX, 1'1'1'11.1'1eJtr". \; : tine qualify. Wood for Male ADVOCATE representative.. ; r !

Eau Gallie, Fla. Jersey" null l-'or Sale. EAST COAST LUMIIEH :SUPPLY Co., Duck limiting.M. / A/lautio tf
2-2w:: Eau GaUle, Fla. Hotel.
blood 13 months old, length. See or aol-
full oak
Nearly' Pine or any
Is ,
L. Peicock at Tltusvlllo prepared
Walker Hardware Co. G. Walton Titusvllle, dress J. \Y. Jaml.un1'Itnsville. Fla.Wlntnr %
P.
' price $.0.00. Tiling You .Yeed. to take parries out for duck shooing The rates\ of the Grand Atlantlo
l'e| 'arry full line :of Shelf Hardware Fla. at reasonable rates. Correspondence ------ hotel, Daytona, are AM follows : $2.50 per 8

'l' almost everything else la our line. Bargains In Item I:>: tate. We always) carry a Full Line of tin lolicited. __ Homo For Male.! day and upward. ; 9U: 50 and $15,00 per ) t
"* Keen Kutter Tools. week and Read the ad.
are celebrated upward. on our
making a special run on our
beautiful winter home !sitlated _
sale ,
For a ,
"'e8. If In need of a cooking stove 200) acres of land on Merrltts Inland, John l.uClUIl'alnh'in all shades, tints % Fruit and Vegetables: at r.tu8., Merrills Island, Fla.; 22: 7th page.Furnished. v

H1>lene oil stove heaters of which l III a fine residence and V acres mil colors. 1 ITA :
range or
on Shipped to Marx: Brothers, corner of scres.3-room hou"I.1Ot'1| dock and breakwater Ilouse For nent.
7 kind, be sure to call and examiner Grove. Bears :S'xW' ( boxes of 011 Heaters. The only perfect Oil
In Orange
and Julia streets Jacksonville tangerine -
lay[ ; orange, grapefruit, ,
fine stock before buying elsewhere.. Cash price 22000.< > Heater made Is the Perfection; it will house to rent-furnished 1''
seven room .
oranges. Ha.! always bring good results. Their ling and kumquat trees, lu bearing. One
.re| have the prettiest lot of Toilet "00 acres on Indian Klver. Beautiful Itnd. not smoke or smell. When yon get this 'acllitles' for handling Pineapples Grape- of the best locations on the Indian River. for light housekeeping. Price ':!3.00'l't 1 i 1
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:*, (hlna RI'.er; Front. Kallroad on Heater will" not have the trouble
you
and month.
Glassware Including
,' Orange Grove land Residence, 'molt. Oranges/ and Early Vegetables cannot 700ft. of river front on both Indian and] per j'
latest Bearing been used Prlc1M
have to.
and Pettiest China and Glass will yield 20 per cent profl? yearly. eacb.101& 1 be surpassed. This Is one of the Banana tlreri. For particulars, address, i .
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doles, Ornaments Fancy Dishes, :Etc.HABDWABE Price fIO.OOll.D. JAS. PKITCHARD: Soar, i oldest and most reliable houses lo this Address, Box F., J, R. WALKER: !,. It I ITltunllle.

WALKER : Co.Tltuevllle L. G.A.ULDE", Tltusville, Agt., Fla. Tltnsrille, Fla. itate. Try them 10-tf Cocoa, Fl*. Fla. i I to to3't
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1 I. : Free and the Danube to rut the French off from '
I Tumors Conquered Standard Electric ]
Accepted Masons. : tho road back to France. The allies Company'

vA\lll/L\ / believed that Napoleon would winterIn

(r Vienna! I but Instead ho marched Without OperationsUnqualified
Florida.
Straight/ for their camp on the! plain. Jacksonville,

I IDdlRI1 No. 00 of Olrnutz, in :Moravia. The 'reu'lJr"lwlwcl -. .- .
Success of Lydia E. Pinlham'sVegetable --
r River JK\jPf|| ; ntunvllle, Hrunn on the evening of Dec. Compound in, Cases of Mrs. Fox --
1 and, found the allied emperors Alexander ,. FRED E. GILBERT
Adams. "
Lodge / V \ Florida. I and Francis"" with 80,000 troops. and Miss.

Hold It*m nf earl) iitonih In Ibo JVnutoiiJo' 'f"'llu a oeIAu..1C: >:JX\.c: >b1.1cs
JoMbmh. had but SO.OUU -
1 Tltiii .II Iii, at 7:30()iiVIm p. 411.h Napoleon i"( -

F. A4'"rgan. Wor.hl|>rnl ..MneterJnhnlt men In hiM column and the ulllert believed .... .'. D:' : i ..
;r 1 Wniliir, Henlor' Warden I: : State
1'hllll'| W , .limlur, Warden.w that he would not rick a buttle t Agent for

<1. JI'. fiir ii. Trduxurer. hence did. not wait for re-enforcement, OLDS, AUTOCAKS and

J.."nrriiiliurn II.I'IIIIIII'H""I..r, xurralary.A I>MIM.fin.. but threw forward their colu/nun. early/ WlAKUjMOTOR .

grv furry({. Walum. .1 on lot liMtmnii.V on ]),.c. 2 to seUo the Ylolluu.rOlltl.. BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGINES-
11. vviuwm.., nuuior m ,,wwr,i iM. a
i b "' K. Pan.., .liluiiir steward Itefuro the battle opened Napoleon 7-I keep the largest Block lu llio South . .
r t. 1\ 1. It. Wnlknr, Implolri.' bud been apprised. by an ainljti.SKu.Uorfrom !!!. IlMtteileH, Colin Dominion) Lamps, horns Write or cnll tor
1'.A. Lutluy. Tylur. 1'ricoH. Mail orders lecuive attention.
,"crii11.>tf the king of Prussia", that Prussia!!! ,C prompt

,' would join) the coalition at the first 37-41 West FoiHyth Street, JACKSO VILI.E, FI
I INDIAN IIIVKIC (tllAITI; NO.110VA1 . .. .. _.
; french and ( la - - -- - ---
1t reverse put 200,000 men ?
Altf II M \SONM. 4t. .
!. :.J11 tho Held and adVISed to make peace.Suld iyi THE
Tho Imllnn River ('hniitor, n"1'nl' 1 A roll Mnmummeotii Napoleon; : "Thu event of the battle VEHICLE & HARNESS CO
I : the llrMt Wed no. H.t each inouili ut theMHNonln .
I f t Ttttupln.Jho will decide every tiling. I think I Corner Foiejth and Cedar :Sts.:
.
following ere tho olllner ut this chaptersM.
ahull ffaln: It. If .HO I will dictate such
JACKSONVILLE
'LOHlD.\
] S.NamaKarotluntRtahl'rluat.| .
.1. It. Walker, "'"If. poato us answers'" lay purpose.'

I F.11.A.AiiilrnwN Morgan, ,Hecrutiirv.,Hurllio. The conduct of tho allies Which gave Our stock of . .
II. K. WilMtn. TraiiHiinir. Napoleon( his (banco for a masterstroke
;, <;eo. K. 1,1 tchrt.t, ItiiVHl ,\"ili Captain.. WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
T. H. HuiKlgra, ..I".r Hunt. at Atinterlltz and also tlio genius Fannie Fox I issLuela ams

:", II.laths A. Htowurt Alexander Miuuuror, rrlnrlpnl,Vint Hojoiirnur.V. of tho mighty Corsican are shown by : SURREYS 1UAPS, ROAD I CARTS,

+ ,: t .F. N. WallnrIII.lnr: <>f xenon V.t.ft. au Incident of the! fight. Tile French HARNESS SADDLES ETC
K. M' Tavloi. Mortar Third. V. One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia by the physician and he Bays I have no sIgN ETC., ETC.
:: J.:1>. hnnlK: ,'s fcmilnnl.OUIJKIt i.or corps led 1 by Marshal. Sault lay hidden r E. 1'inkham'a Vegetable Compound Is of a tumor now. It has also brought my
V from view before thE main periods. around once more; and I am -IS NOW COMI'I.ETE-
In a valley the of woman's dread
U I conquering .
: entirely) well. I shall never be without a bottle
OF KA8TK1CN 8TAK.FrlamlHlilp position of the alllex. ou the heights. of enemy lumor.8ocalled of Lydia Finkham'a Vegetable Compound
Chapter, .,". lllu>l I I In tho AliuMtnU I.inltfH ,room Tittivlllti mi thDree come from its early stages or the pres-
and third '1'.1'3". In snarl tumuli at H"onw. poleoii asked Soult how long it would ence of danger may be made manifestby Another Case Tumor Curedby
ni. '('1'0 loliowliiK urn the oltluon or the take his climb K IMukham's Vegetable -
Infantry to the heights Liyiliii
!! excessive monthly periods accompanied -
I 'haptertr I 3 :e8h+-c E. 3-I EQQ3-af: "tl'--f.Boe-oI:K .i.ixroxt
In trout "Twenty minutes sire. Shall by unusual pain extending from, Compound.Dear
11[.". (}. Itr.ldilililnM, W, M.
John It. Wulkur W. I'. I go forward answered the marshal. the abdomen through the groin and Mrs Flnkham W
1 SnEDS:: : : :lLA.N'TJN'G.: \
MlftH i'tttliitritut Hums AMum'tiit M. thighs. About three years ago I bad intense palll
MIN* Kale HfHwart, inmliiotruHM.MlHH.lMHHlnSiimlurH . "No. Walt twenty minutes. When It you have myeteriouspalns, If there In my stomach, with cramps and raging
1: Aniiorliiia' Con. the enemy is making a false move bo are iudlcationsof inflammationulcera- liendax-hHS.. The doctor prescribed for me, J I II
;MiiiH' ZuiifUfi' HMuvurt' '1',..imiriT.Mr tint finding that I did not get; any better he
careful tlon or displacement, don't wait for
B.. It. WIlHiin, Hmniury.Mm. not to disturb him. The enemy examined me and, to my surprise, declared i Turnips-and flute Bagas.I .
1 ere. I.. A. Iorotnll, null. time to confirm your fears and go I bad.. I I
could tumor.
..I.H. Wulkiir A'lit, us Napoleon hear wus stripping II Onion Sets-lleimuda and Peal'l.U 1.
I
the horrors of I
through hospital
operation felt that It death
meant
fiure my warrant
.
lit. ;M. A. Nnrlmirfioiir. Martha.
tile heights of Infantry to reeuforce
1I.f. KIIIID, E1: .Wr.Mflu. ; secure Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable and was very disheartened. I spent hundreds Cabbage-V-best varieties for Florida.. Beans.
.J. D. Hiinm, K.IIH.ta. their attack on tho Vienna road. Compound at once and beginIts of dollars in doctoring, but the tumor kept r Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph
Clia) *. II. Wulton, Wanlur.fiimi Soult carried the heights after fearful use and write Mrs. Pinkham of growing; till the doctor said that nothing// but if I
i i .I. I.. tliur_, Ktintlnul.WHtion n ,Mass. for advice. an operation would nave me. Fortunately I l Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
,
Lynn
' )C. It I I MnrHlml.M. combat and the Russian cavalry corresponded with my aunt in one of the New
( I -rTITUSVILLE under the ftrand Duke Constantine, ful women who have been cured: E Enland8tatcewhoslvieedmetotry I'inkham'iVegetableCompound:: beforesub-Lydia I XeC .dMTRON:: : : Soodlsm: : I

CAMP NO. 111.M rushed. to stem tho disaster. At this Dear Mrs. PlnkhamFII'8t( letter.) mitting to an operation,and I at once started 1 14 East Bay St.. Fla.
h li Napoleon led up In person. his wholechivalry "In looking over your book I nee that your taking a regular treatment finding to my ti Jacksonville
and medicine cure Tumor 1 have been to a great relief that my general health began to )
reserve swept the field of doctor and he tells me I have a tumor. I improve, and after three months I noticed a
/ Itusslan horsemen. will be more than grateful if you can help that the tumor had reduced in aize. I kepton
I Having broken the Russian! center meL as I lo go dread an oporat1 n."-Fannie taking the Compound, and in ten months
V. Fox, Bradford, Fa. it had entirely. disappeared without an operation
I offi Napoleon turned upon the column Dear Mrs. Pinkham (Second Letter.) and using no medicine but Lydia 15.Vinkham'a Cor: : S''l.LtCl.SrS:: : : !

which was dashing for the Vienna I take the liberty to congratulate you on Vegetable Compound, ana words
fail to express how grateful I am for the good
the I have had with wonderful
road. An Incident of this phase of the 8uccu a your it ha done me."-Minn Luella Adams, Colonnade
battle was the shelling by tho Frenchof OI8"Eighteen
] ""u every HrNtniul third, MiHidny, In each it bridge of Ice over which an Austrian topped. (Shortly after I felt so badly I submitted Such unquestionable testimony
month 1:.M (p. Ii,., nhir]>| .at tlie Alaauulo. corps! of 5,000 men .were march to a thorough examination by a physician proves the value of Lydia E. Finkhamn e Wo sell you Groceries at WHOLESAli
r Tompia. anti was told that I had a tumor Vegetable Compound and should give

Cornul Cmnrnanilnr, .... ..........A.n.Ponney. lug Napoleon ordered his cannon to and would have to undergo an operation. confidence and hope to sick
AclvlMir Lloutenant. .. .. . ....f.It.W.k"r play upon the Ice until nearly the I soon after road one of your ailvertlaements .. woman. every Prices, Write for our Price List, Gre
Ranker. .. . .. .. .W.It Walker and decided to give Lydia l. 'Fink-
h;.oo.t. ....... . . .. . .... fI I I.Mitnilavllle. whole mass, with horses, guns and ham' a Vegetable Compound a trial. After Mrs. Pinkham Invites all ailing
('Jerk. ... . .., ... .. . ... .J.I, CamitheM five bottles as directed, the tumor is women to write to her at Lynn, Mass, money saver.
Watchman. ..... .... . ....... ,1.NVullnr wagons"' wus engulfed In the chilling entirely I have been examined for advice.
... . .. .. .. .. gone. again
Bnntry' ... .. . ,J .1).Ktuils: waters. The demon
lrootor..., . ... . ... ...?....t HwllHou war In him wasnrouped Lydia E. Plnkham's Yejctable Compound 11 a Woman's Remedy for Women's Ills.
K.R 1'lesand H.J.Norton by what he considered", ( the

Camp All 1'hynlclim' / ,.... ...... ,,....... K.K.Itolllnii perfidy ut his enemies. lIe had said ---.--- ----.-----.--. ------.--- --- -- - __ _. _. _ _. c ,. The EnterDrise Grocerv Co.
vlHltliiff Wnnilmen are cordially Invited to
d attanil the meatlng*. to his soldiers the night before, "Vic- U JI

tory must not be doubtful on this field." Mallory LinesSPECIAL 1 I 7 Bridge St..TncILfooi&ouvillc. .

HI ( O t'It-fL] }' Ho gained his point and "the sun of FJori1.n
THr.kS I AuHterllrz". nhono his
dI'1f"h' ;. c.:.'I'' II gn pathway for __ _
A. II O decade.

i TlarotIN The peace. of Pressburg. which followed .
1)y PASSENGER-EXPRESS & O'Hara
t THE U ( 1 Austcrlltz, changed tho whole map STEAMSHIPS Hodges < ,

DY ATE" BU I 1Se of !:nrope. Austria, was humbled, the Largest Rod most thoroughly' tij.it.rd| pn>.|pllIll'r Htc.imxMi.I> on the rtm .t.NO ...Manufactuicra and Dealers In...
oi czar marched! home, and Hngland wayleft
; OVKIU'KOWDIXO: \ Rough
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alone to cope with France. I'rlm and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE
srA1EI'UOMS; : AllK: ]'O
I I Minister I'ltt of England, the geutui IMPORTANT &lTIVELY OU.ARANTEIW'Hllheae: Dresstd
I ,1t ships, ns no tickets! i will b.. sold to exceed! the
number
er of the coalition/ died a month later berths Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable: Crates ]Mouldings\( Shingles, etcI'
from the shock caused by this disaster or the stinting/ capuclty of Dining Halls, thus, Insuring all passengers Inrllvldua Mills and office located at Buffalo !Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivemj!

amid Fox who succeeded. him, opened service and attention to any part of the State. Address: Hodges A O'llara Buffalo Bluff, Fit J

..
-- -- -- -- - - -
negotiations/ for pence. Napoleon
PASSENOEUS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRU>AY.
created kingdoms formed a confederation (See Schedule of Ships, In Florida Times-Union) IF YOU WANT A...
of the thine and alienated from

the German empire fourteen princes LOWEST 1CATE8 TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,

and 10,000,000) ) people.Wniron Including dcllRluml I DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the Lot

FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." .Building
..
.
t Road ta Manson eft,. ,

Auaterllt-Napuleou.: The Itoyal Northwest Mounted police Through tickets sold to all northern points for full Information regarding at

Of special Interest to recall In this lire now engaged In building n wagon ructions I ottered by no other line; diagram, reservatlns' tickets, eto., apply ro or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOIl OCCUPANCY,

I :year of surprising war events Is the road from Edmonton to Dawson City ARTHUR W PTE Passenger Agent 214 West Sreet LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
'I battle of AustiTlIU, fought 100 years a distance of about 1,400 miles, says Bay Jacksonville Florida ,

{ ago. Uy his victory of Dec. 2, 1805, on constables Itesources. One party of about fifty 7l: ; : "!.t. ,,"1' '" ",,'&:.xr -;:----.t- _,0=---.. .., PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK CARD]
tho field Austerlltz Napoleon burnt under Superintendent Con- We probably have for sale just what you are seeking..
stantlue left Edmonton In March and
fI from lain narrow environment as dictator have already reached Fort St. John on li J Never DisapPoint Our Patients. Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If 7"

of revolutionary Franco and the Peace river. Here they will build .1IS I looking this drop line to
a
way,
loomed before tho astounded luouarcbx barracks and storehouses to serve 1Wo Fulfill Every Pronha'and! (!ever C f.'old: : Out False' Hopes.
as '! t l/ItutE/ NtrloturO witUout the kolf. or bt>ugU; ..nd Y..rlooo..l. wittmo JAS. E. INGRAHAM SrdVice-Pre.ident,
of Europe us a World ('ollquI'I'or. Is'aolt headquarters for the winter. Tho police >{ 1'i .. : pulp or tti'ntton from bu"...*.>.t Joi'tMtflou' Blood Poln ,
.,..,.
|) ">ou showed at his beat, ns n leader will cut a trull from Fort St. John .w! ni nsVer to r turut vitliott mercury or mineral nltxlurel, Lose of AtAnly LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
V'gnrl'u.lttv.lyaar.dl( noIt'tunlu.t14nlpermanent' .
end soldier In time cuniiiulgn which eudIH to Tesllu, putting up roadhouses every : .#a'kn.C'. -,, Tlie1>r. King MfillonlCo. Is an 'InniltuUnn' orpantxi'd. under the
.1 twenty-five miles and stations : ;; \ law of thfl .t.i. <>( iJoor!?'iti for lie return tit end cure of all ST. AUC+USTINE. F
gloriously for him and for France every I .
tervoueendohronlddlaa..es' Dr. 17. K. King the found of
at Aimterlltz. lIe had been made emperor fifty miles and keeping communication f' ';I" J S)"V. t i 1 the.ID.'lIullon. !I. the chlnr oonall'llolf' ....rl..U.t, bflintf satiated
by titan of eminent pli jali'laiiH nml*>urf eona.
open between the two places by menus '''; Ourauccoa lo trvarmcntof( rtironlo' rtlxranaa Is ,J' ,
of Frunceouly uoiurpaaMd ) ,
a before. lIe .
year l'
; ""
;
of pack trains. At Teslln they will I ,' .I I w it use both nimlloal, and .' otrlc.I..n.'e.' .
:was eiigrowaed with national ambi '.:\iI\ ouroftlott.Rr9"" jiili>i>.d .t'II..1 the K.Iv"..'", f..adle bade?
connect with the northern detachment, ,'" Co Ira, X-my. violet rny, and Hnn ran In fate, every elsctrlenloourrtvauoe
tions. He desired to build lip French which la working from Dnwson known ta ihu omUiiuil prufvwdou., Ourstmlturiuin I Unitidura
City In SORT? rHpnci, unit we
employ none but the beat
commerce uud Industry and above all. under the command of Inspectors! trained' and. efficient atti,>ndnnu, roirulurl/ quail fled gradut THE "DODGING PERIOD"of
and tluentted belay' lu ,
to secure for Ill, country a I breathing Donald and Fruzer. Three years' supplies We employ pttyHlelnna no DitHluadluir lurna chnrne.to Koeure pnUont .nd
vpell. from wars and revolutions. have I been contracted for. The p..onalCs-Do C.0. 1>.'.or uuuku I for Hi ruiure are sent out
t>,lh" luorutlon. Our termi for troittmi-nt average from IA 00
England dlsturbeil\ Napoleon'ti dreams expedition will help to open up the sane(otlUtH or)a par cum moniL within" .C..eIIlol..a a tneoleed llloludwland i Gale.f1YBEST iratflvo tb.aster a woman's life, la the name often given to the "change of life."

of peace by making, war upon the sea Peace river and tho Mackenzie district ArFEAENCeIS. CHRONIC CISEaSfS.eeniiicurealrchnniaddl"feel: : I Your menses come at long Intervals, and grow scantier until they

and blockading Trench ports Sudden- _.* tniM% ikOHFFn Sr'.. mirb M Kidney_ _and_Bladder trouble Rheunlarum.V1. I
.. ,..
.. u . stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts threeor
jy Austria ana UuHslu, iu a (coalition Mr -wyx.Mt'. f'' unptu""t iiyuroooiw urain I.IMIHK. u> enll all frlr...L.i
%rtvlth Entlllutl.lultl'l to march overVand A New York, stock broker put on a \ UNTIL CURED. Nlmt:': Tbroi} :>|1B,sad, coil msllrnsnk lnK troubln.DlM: >H< of Cittnrrh Km mad of:Ear the four years and It Is the cause of much pain and discomfort
full outfit from N. K. KINO M. D. Chrunlo l.I"e....l of Woman, mcb an
DliplacamanM.
and attack the eastern frontiers collar to shoes and Oosr CON.U'''_ axraioi UnualuralDlauKarirKi. and nub. w... nn.. of women which can however, be cured by taking
gloves which cost $T.TS::>> and was dubbed W fete u. u>- nka' for home treatACONFUTATION. .n"
well dressed by his associates. KXAMIKATIOV AND AIHICKTFKKK _
"nrero marshaled on tile Fliial-
ily tho Austrian troops invaded roasts Ituva- The toga Which American mothers used DR. KIrO! fIEIC8l.CD.e S daua! rlp.b'tr.o:: & ; AfJ nfa. Ga. WINE

:ala, which was time ally of France, and to make came cheaper than that by CARDUIWoman's
;. half although they were not so scrump
Napoleon bestirred
himself with that
tious (;till it Is a comfort to a young flas Stood OF

;point.tigerish Newspapers energyhlch. were was lIuI'prR8l't1.I8nd his strong, fellow to know that he can dress: for The Test 25 YearsGrove's

A whole season on a single week's
before tho ,
enemy suspected his
wages and have carfare with the priceof ReliefIt
move ho hud crossed the Rhine be-
creams and bonbons left
twe('u the Bavarian posts and Austria over.

11 with 180,000 wen In a bloodless cuuipalgu quickly relieves the pain nervousness. Irritability, miserableness -

ending Oct. 21, Napoleon destroyed According to the Technical World It Tasteless forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness

au Austrian army of 80,01)0) has been demonstrated that the same Chill Tonic tired feeling etc. Cardul will bring you safely through this

!capturing at Ulm a united force of plant and about the same "
apparatus "dodging period. and build up your strength for the rest of your life.At
20,000. From Vita Napoleon hastenedto which supply electric light for the
No-Cure-No-Pay. SO cents. all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try It.
Vienna which tho Austrian emperor household
abandoned. News of the annihilation can be turned on to the refrigerator! bya -

..f the French fleet at Trafalgar, Oct. mere twist of the electric switch., WRITE US A UTTER EVERYTHING BUT DEATH

21 reached Napoleon nt Vienna about freely and frankly, telling us all your I suffered" writes Virginia Robson,
fire middle of November and ho also To Cure a Cold !in OliO Day SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE troubles. We will send Free Advice (In of Easton, Md.. "until I took Cardul.' ;

learned that Alexander I. of Russia Take T.AXATIVK lluovo: QUIXINK Tablets plain, sealed( envelope). Address: la- which cured me so quickly It surprise

I knIt united his army of 100,000 Druggists! refund the mono? If It dles' Advisory Dept.,Chattanooga my doctor who didn't know I *+staking
menvrllh falls to cure. EV.. Grove's signature: Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "

au Austrlau .force of 150,000 on- in each box. S.io. lied Cross Pharmacy. . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING - - ' it.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVIUJS. FLA. FEBRUARY 2, lU06. Srofeaai0nlal

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Cards" FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. POTASH IN COMMON ROCK !, '

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Secretary Wllxon Tells of Illirov :.

E0. M. BOBBINS, IN BREVARD ST. LUC1E AND of .. G..t Supply. i '' 11i '> to hv-paint your kitchen, bath-room, :. Ta

A Favorite Spot In a Favored "Where do you suppose we WOUlll I liviog room, every room with ,
COUNSELOR DADE COUNTIES. of If there I\bOl1ld ;
ATTORNEY AND I Secton-The Famous East get our supply potash "
LAND FOR SALE St. Lucle and Dad happen to be a war with Geruiuuj
ATLAW.In Lucas Paints
Coast of Florida. t
countloH. Description of land: Wellt asked SC'I'etl1ryV1I1I011 of the lll'part- if''

practice la State and United States. 10. of northeast t4 and went'.? of soulh. went of nKrloultiiro the other day, 811YIII (Tinted Gloss) t

8 (Court. east ', see. 10, township 3-:>, range :-11I, a Washington special dlsptitrli\ to I the

TITU8VILI.E, FLA.L. 161( 20-100 acres, St. Lucle county ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVE, New York Times.e It Better than paper which holds dust

Office at Went 4 of northwest l 4 and west l, "The only deposit of potash In 1 the and germs. Bright and glossy. Easy to

of southwest 44., sec. ::1 I3; township 3J: world that can bo mined U at Stnllll.: clean !
keep
OAULDEN, range 3D, 1UO( (> acres, St. Lucie count' Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise furl loriuany.\ Our supply comes fl'OIl1, I.ucas faints arc best for indoors and
Northenst of southeast 3
4 {, see. .
township :J S south, range 41 ellst. Down this Far-famed River. there. Our geologists have search\ < out- oar\!. Most economical: because theygo
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
: Fine and Hunting the country over high and low to nnll
close to O. K Wood's pineapple plan Fishing farther and last longer.
1 in practice In all the Courts of the 8tate ration on St. Lucle river; 10 acres, potash deposits fare from other 11I111' dealer.
[ Florida, ,and'' the United/ States Courts. Dodo county. The town of Tltiisvllle Is situated
.0 Boa, 215. TITUSVILLIC FIJI Also, the northeast ti of norlhei the Florida Bast Coast Railway, 154 Immense supply of potash we 11"1. i John Lucas & Co Philadelphia

J! |'", BOO 18, township 3s south, ran e miles south of Jacksonville\ lib mUes' The naval writertell!' ;you that the IIt'xt

41 east; on smith fork of St. 1.l\cle north of Palm Beach and 212 mllett grent tier we have will be wltlt'r.<: I
J. WEBB, liver -10{ Dade I'rilth.iid .V Son TltiiHvlllo I\ << Flu. .1-
,
I ; acres, county. north of Miami. The Tltusvllle brunct: many. The moment that war with (it' '- ; solil! by J""
to W. A. BALL Stuart l"la."
Apply ,
I' A ATTORNEY T-LA W I of the defunct Jacksonville, Tampa & many comes If It Is ever to (>i>nu. we I ___ I

Iffill practice In the Courts of the 7loulti Uenlll4tnte;: Ul1rJtuluH., Key West Railroad, now controlled 1 by should IM* cut off from our supply' ot I Ii

Taxes: paid for collected.non-resldet the Florida East Coast Railway Co.' i potash nUll It would go son ring up to I Mason: M.! lark] Co. t
its price
account" ten times' present
and th
1,1, rents also runs Into the town-this being
Nice 8 room cottage, well linn dl..ovt't"ed.
tIle
:\ow government
r\JsVILLE.\ FLORIDA.ATTORNEY..ATLAW located, lu TltiiHville . . . $1200:! OU terminal point of that branch. Tbere I ," continued the secretary, "that we Merchants "
12: acres Land, and House, are several trains arriving dIly from Commission ,
have In this country; nil the potash we
PENNEY part set In Orange Trees, In Jacksonville and Sanford during the
need und It Is! not
D. Kan Oallle . . . . . . . . 700 00 can ever! possibly 110 MUUKAY hTIirCKT NEW YORK I II
30 acres Land, nearly } season. so very fur to tteek. It lies about us 011 I
Mile Klver Front, 0 miles a As the county seat of Brevard coun. almost every lillUUlo: and In c'.ry


FLORID north of Eau Jallie. . did Oil ty, It has a courthouse and a modern: rocky; field. The discovery vte owe to I I'
r\JsVILLE\ 10 acres. hammock Land Jail building with rarely over two i or the work vf the 'good roads> bureau
1,11, practice In I all the courts of the 7th lg miles from! Tltusvllle, three Inmates. The population Is over our 111'1'11 rtllJ<'u t. Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples :

Judicial Circuit. with lieatlng", Orange Giove.$1100. 1,000. Illness Is so rare, that one doc. "Dr. Cutohiiiuit one of our brlghte I ,

20 acres River Front, at 00 tor In town finds ample time to act i as and ablest ncleutlstH, bas given it tine .
Hardeevllle . . 400
deal of time and study to the pivble' AND ALL :SOUTHKKX VKdKTAHI.KS OUR 81'ECIALTY. .
KM 133: E. ANDREWS 21 tf 1). L. HAUJ.'KN, Agent, Justice of the Pence and Notary Pub. I
and has found that lu n large class of .'
ritusvllle Fla. lie, besides attending to his medic -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ortliocluse Locke. t there H ns high its M i ,.,
practice while the other finds time to I
St' Lucle County. Flue Property For! Sale. go hunting. per cent of pitu-ih. It unit tberefoisuggeHted .
of & Co.
County Judge Itself Hint wo can mine 11ot- P. Rulilman ." \
Here la virtually the head of the In. ,,,"
Hindi wo do tiny nth
I liMit very << im .
Four PIERCE, FLA.. Two nlco cottages adjoining each dlan River, and the favorite point for< 81\lt- :: "' "
mineral I If work out n
we process NEW YORK. :"
201 tit
WnHldnpton
other In North Tltusvllle\ with an acre out and starting of numerous, : .
fitting
conditions under which Iot. Y. ,,''
of hammock and live acres of rich muck I ed to the DiJ Mm'ray Mieet J N. '
TEI[MIEN:-/ E. FOSTER, land, suitable for truck faim. Uood cruising parties during our balmy win.I ash bearing, rock of tbo kind 1 name - ---.- --.- "

river front. The larger cottage has titssleeping ter months: as everything necessary i to..I are found :

TTOltNEYATLA ; rooms and a servant's room i 11 p comfortably equip a pleasure yac-i. "Dr. Ousbiimn hm demoimtrnted thnt

Jynl-Upchurch Building'a stairs; and parlor, sitting room dlnlnlt can here be obtained at the most re a. by stumping such rocks and I emplnyln Oranges Pineapples ,

J ACIcsONYILLR. FlA. room and kitchen below. The adJuln. sonable prices. This Is evidenced 1 by nn flectrolytlcnl process the potash call ,

lag cottage has two sleeping rooms and the fact that the same parties have be got out of these rocks I'I'Otltll bly. :It
servant's room In second story and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. "
and
Inter
been coming here annually for many Is believed 1 that sooner or n pro
and kltcben :
dining room
GENERAL DIRECTORY. below.sitting room Large, brick cisterns to both winters for that purpose In preferen, pee It possible will be brought to extract out the that potash will mah frorn Wo represent several of the IniKcnt shippeis\ In your Mnto, and wish to represent i'

houses. Adapted for a nice winter to any other point along the East
v. S. SENATORS. home. Coast. tho common granitic rocks of the or. YOIl ale. ". Jive us i\ dial shipment Established 3D 7unrs.:

,', r,.ll rorr<>,,... ...... .... ,.....Jaovsonvlll. Apply to GEl M.: KooniNs, dlnury hillside nud mountain farm ot I"r ,t,
|Mallory, ......,.......>. ... .. ...k'en..uola.. l'II""ncvllle, Fin, To the southeast/ of Tltusvllle Is tle the eastern states so (Unit the furuitcan .atttttta. ra.ee. r '
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wide aweep of salt water bay (abollt the that Is now
U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.: enjoy fertility L

IIIkCI..rk.. .... ........... .t... ...Lake CIty. Take Notice six miles in width), formed by the WIl_ locked up in them and with the UKof o t
..... .......... .. .Tmp... t
of the famous Indian River Here' Ir
11.1I1.Rrk"'Rn.| ... .....JtontlceU! tern nitrogen withering letcumliiouH! cror a
..
|11..11. Lunar........... ... V
U. 8. LANlJ OFFICE. One of the hancl.o.lwS' )1'1010" on Ier- fishing, wild duck shooting, IW\l1Ing gradually\ enrich liln land HO Unit only r HEysNR'

1I.I'hl1hh. .... ... . .... ... .... .....ReQlrte rltt IsUnd. knmvu an "'I" :" Wigwam," and rowing can lJ.e indulged In to the now and then at long, comparative titervnls -
1O. Knlilnsnn .... .. .. .. .. ...Receive bnlonging! to MIM. Eva J. li.air\ of Nllw heart's content of the most fust Id lot will It be 111'I'PMllnry for hIm
Olttoes, at Gainesville, Florida. kirk, Is tar sale or ion', futnlKhed.ben A tport aman. by the purchase of bonplmtp to I'rOo ,
:DEI'ARTME with launch hour* whatever from thrommercliil : + I
EXECUTIVE
loom oo'inuc: On the ocean beach: nearly In a .11- vide> any "fertilizer
,"'loo".lIrn"'ard." . ... Govntno Sew laundry all newly painted, BOIl fertilizer market"WHITE "
.Sucretary of HtutV. Blair rect line east of Titusvlllo\ Is Canave IVIED.
'Clay Crawford \ IIIIS
!. .Knott.....:::':::: :::.. TreasureH. : three itcres iu I grove 'I rs. ) 10,30( BALTIMORE '
Kills; .. ...... ... ....AttorneyGeneramioC. lust spent .bevei al hundred' dollars In al Club surrounded by over 4.
C'roout.... ... .. ..i.. ...uomntrolle .. putting the place In poifeot repair, lay- acres of land. This property Is owned ON RUSSIA'S PERIL., COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE ;
E. )MrLIn..... .. Commissioner ArluulturM | lower, beds new break wllter I
(
,
llolloway. .., ....Supt. I'lihllo lustruutloi\ ragout hoimio by some of the most prominent and Bubjwt Hare In Cilrure DHIBIC. uSpoliation FACILITIES. l
all round the PROMPT UNSURPASSED
.
walks
Clifford R. Footer.Adlutant(1enerr aDd I board residents of Boston who come RELIABLE, v
millratford/ .\ ,. ..... .... ...8urveyur-G. nora th.it any one wanting a lovely wlntt'r wealthy Says Former IStiroy* BALTO. MD.1 (i.
E.Ibne............ .......... State. KxamineOlllous ('hamlaicstAmns .. or[ all-year-round homo will clo we I 'to south to hunt every winter. Uefore- tho Cornell University Co,,, WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, ,

at Tallaltaasee,State Florida. ;ut this> article out for reference.AddresH The cool, refreshing health-givin; mopolltau club Andrew i). 'White foi ._. _t"

FLORID LEGISLATURE. L \V. BLAIK, Meriitt\ Fla. ozone-laden breezes wafted across from nor ambassador to Runnln rl''ently! __ ___" __ __ 4ICKTAICLItUIIU

'I.III1lson.llnml.: ..... ... .... ...Sonato the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay.;; poke, on the dlfllcultlox of constltitlonul : I MO.M. . .

OhunMad. Fort fierce ....Ropr..oeutatlvo.SUPREME Application for 'rax Ieed. ire one of the most enjoyable feature : liberty In IlusHla, says a IIp..lal

COURT JUDGESH. at this phenomenal location. ain|>atch from Ithaca N. Y., to tbe : '

M-xliry.... ...'..... .... ...Chief .'uatloe.II. .. of primeval New York Times. Lane & Son
Carter. .. .... ..i .... ...AaaalateJuatlo.. Under Section 8 of Chapter 48KH,lo8"'s' of FlorliNOTICK There Is a large area generation no publlmeeting1) .
K.Taylor. ...... .... ....... Is hereby (given that 1'eter Nalsn forest and prairie land beyond the "For many '.
No. 184 dlltoll for free dlHcusulou of publl
I'ertllluate
of Tax'
COMMISSIONERS.iTnrmm ; : . southern And western boundaries -
RAILROAD of June, A. l>. 1HU4' has" IIled northern known
the hilt day (luE'MUons have ever been ; no 250 WASHINGTON bTKKKf, NEW YORK. 1.
II. Browne chairman.Key. Wes laid certificate In my otHne and lies made appl of Tltusvllle awaiting, the advent -
Hudium purr. .... ... ...........Little Rive tatlon for tea d">-d to iHnue In .aci-ordiinre with dl"1I8"lon has been allowed In newt
. M.Bryan,.. .. ....... ,.........KIssitmiiMC. ... ,. Said ceriltloate emhrures. the folluwli of the thrifty settler to till tho ho said.
Dunn clerk:. .. .. ..... .... .. .. ....Mmilnnilloailcinnrtent . rle.orll'oll"roJlorty aw. situated lu llrevard. count which abounds I In papers, Fruit and Produce
fertile soil now thinking Southern
and ollloes at Tallaliassue. r'la. \Florida. ,towlti "The result 1 111I that every lf.,1V l
CIRCUIT COUHT. lot 8, Rei'dell's' addition to Tltusvlllo, Beetle ?;ame. Here can be found quail turkey [tusNliin forms some theory of his owr.

tour 8. Tltusvllle,........Circuit JudRiC 3'I The Township; acid/'\mud IW I Month being' 'I lunteiiseii of Range! at an the I ha-t date of the anI Jeer hunting to suit the: most and ai be cannot discuss It to any es. ,
. Jono"\\ .... .Prosecutlnx Attnrne;: ceniflcate In the imineJnknown. of he it by him
an 010. ssimnce of mich irJent huntsman> tent with others develops 1 oicho.i to. t ,
.
SprliiK Term-Fourth Monday In Alarch.. 1'nlesssald. certificate shall liar.. attached o Orr:1.xo..1oo1oc.: :: :: : ::: : .
Fall lurni: -Fourth Monday In October. "loomed according' to law tax. deed will 'ice 0 Titusville has shelled street electric \elf mull ho becomes bigotedly
,ti tir'ltenolls.
of February. A. 1>. IIHIII., und It becomes to him ainsplred
BREVARD COVJMl'T COURT. hereon Witness on u the>y otllrlal lull.day signature' andoeal this the lights, a reliable bank several fine to it, said the FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. t' .

D.Penney,......... ... .... ....CouDty In.llN. t 2th A. O. IIKHI. brick stores, a Board of Trade five truth. Home one has
L.fiaulilen. ...........Prosecuting( Attorne] Seal otyctrcaitC.nrt.) A.A.STKWART, wherever you have two Russians yoi + <
A.Stewart.... .. .. .. . ..County Clerl ( Clerk Circuit Court Hrovjnl pn.iutv, t'Iorhla. white churches large fisheries a tar lave three opinions! The greatest dar Cards and our quotation furnished on application.IIIOMK ,
8\1rlnl> Term Second May Uv O, A. STEWART. U. C. fibre fxctorjin .'
| ( 3* ling extract and palmetto ----- -- - ------ t
Monday ----- - I
I Iihe ----
time Is ---- --
Bummer Term-Swond In August. tor to Russia nt tho present J ,
t'all 'Turra-Suoond Monday In November. Ice factory, law and real estate offices assertion of wild theories by Lana ''lit''

Winter Term-Second' Monday. In.February. Job 1'rlntliiff. an opera house, a wellorganlzedbanJ lcs: of all sorts."Universal . [j.A.n.TnrE; : : : :ROTHERS: 1

Walker.COUNTY Superintendent..Tltuevtll'SCHOOL. BOARD.R. Do not forget the fact that at the Ai an armory shooting club a larg suffrage today In lu 8M IIi HIS, I.MTAIILINIIKII: : 1HHH- ,' '

.bON-E.. R. Arnold. Malabar; R. E. Shin, roc AT K ofllce, Tilusvllle, we do Job o tnd comfortable hotel overlooking the would probably mean voting for the 1YIIIYICIES" 'VINmoJ, OINH ANU JJItANU.IIH.;: i i {

llonaventure| J. A. Carter. Turnbull. >rioting of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and lay, besides a number of boarding! ipollatlon and perhaps'' the murder of ---- -- ---

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. izpedltlouslv.. Letterheads, XoteheadiJillhe houses In various parts of the town. urge clnnsen.. Certainly there Is dange Lemp's Beer, ( '

R. A. Conkllnir, chairman, THI m..nl. Wiu. Psalter d Kuvelopes, Tags/ and all otht The facts as presented should have hat if power be Intrunted to the satin! Express Prepaid. r.r 1>0... r 1 k;,

. F. Wuoten, Tltusvnie; John. T.K J.Mint Cockstautt Indlanola, I*- cinds. a tendency to direct the attention of holy of the ItusHlan peasantry thi, Fulllnartuteaeure. 4it,0cpal'Stat RnlHtmlf K::.tr... lltlv.HiftmUril hoer.ra. . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... . l ia lrn
Genoa; Jews within the Jewish pale the Germans nnlltlnll' 'llIh Rye.. .... . ....+J p II. nn'1 nil i . .. .. . . .. . . .. . . .. .. .. .. 1111I .
ranis .
nany prospective visitors to OUT cosy; N I801.C''IIIty lI'e...... .. .. N 711I1 .lark..t in
Regular sosalons are hold ftrst Monday In each for tnvlnter. of the Baltic provinces, thi """lr./11. live ..... .. .. ... .. . ..811! 1 11I1 K t'HI tOhll'II'III"rtl'.l.Mult eats I . ... ..... .....200
m' stn. G own.f In making their plans e .'oles the Flnlnnders. and many other U..nllo'a..It. ). . . .... ........8. 1/1 II'w I IICI/ ImHK. Ale, tints . . '". ... .... ... ... . .. .. I'O:! .
HUEVARD COUNTY'OFFICERS.. Ii/J nt r "'KI..I. Ura' ... ... .. .. ... .. ..'.. II" 1I1111' fHI Oulnm.* Htout, pint, . . .. .. .... .. .. ... .... aMMirtiuitnt ,
001.C'pnrllh..1\ from tho main inns ,' alt whLkw'hHrandv" ..... ... ........ ...3111 II Sal II 11I1 J
\.p.I'ollnoy.TltiiBvlllo ;. ........County In.lfo.! (f BY We have a fine Masonic Hall: 1 Iiritusvllle ; will bin ', .. . ... ... .. . ::1111 bus' 1111I.. Dulk Goods, Jugs Free-Not I'i, R', 1
>. Tltusvllle ..... .... Pros Att Y. BANK DEPOSI by traditions of race or religion HrIudy' . . :. .::11/1 II 'tai II 11I1) .
l.Stewart,Tirnsvllla, . ......County ClerB where Indian River txxlgJo. very considerable, danger as regard \'ple Unll.I'1I1I\ . .. ." .. .., . . te1 rh 1 yn Prepa a. ,
A. ale\Lilian, Fan (Oallle. ...:Tax AssessorW. .. $5,000 R,A, Far Paid 1' Nofe . . .. rvdlertoilm heir property even 4' '
. .Tax
' H..II. Tltll"vIU8 4Bin' Tat/ .. ..
Corn..Y riiMJnitllcy
Uln Hum.
BOO FRERCOURSFBoardatCost. Nnrth ( #'.CN) r OKI -Uy Cora
>, Henry TI tuevllle( ...... ..... .. .Tre..llrer.n. . vrlt.Oulc ter. Royal Arch Masons Friendship] nuntal0'ors.ol.lnll .. .. .. .. .. . ... 1/1 A ''H' 1111I1 ( p ,
Walker Tltunvllle\ .. .. Superintendent ___ . . ... . .. .. .. so 11II 1 ilII ,
MABUSINESSCOLLEGEMaeonGi.. No. 11 Order of Eastern Star: Walking of Kanan Ulrln. .Jnlllah'a Itum' I. .".//'It) |i rr Osl.-Rye, flu, Corn, Ruin He t .
Pant
'f Chapter
<> Fries, Ituavlller..County Surveyor ,EORGU-ALAB Jll tlr..r.1 Hum . .. . . it 711 A'M' IIlfl/ fur the """"'y. \
P. HrownTltnsvllle .Sherlll ind Tltusvllle Camp No. 141. Wood On n wager laid. by W, W. Watson, rape. nand 7 .... . . ... ... . ..a711 II 00ICI/ .:|L l. S. Norwood Tltuavllle..Registration\ OHlcei . . ..3711I/ eNMI' / 1 1rt
meet regularly. of n wholesale house in 8aIna KlnK..r lltllcky Itnnrwn brandy Mellowed l!v A ire.Hi 1r
TITUSVILLE COUNCIL.E. men of the World resident '.. h..rry or Angelinc..5'. / ) bib/ 111I1 ,Yt ( per /tat.--Vlrtena. Uye, Social' Prop t I" t
TOWN
Coast Advocate Is pull Kan., Miss, Clara Hageman, Mini Menu,Inal ,
E. Van .rnarehat. and The East allowed oo ..lIleo..l"| of ante prlne.' Iy. cjuallty.7nckMonvlll
Rollins worley .
mayor;
and Mists Ada liar ----- -- --
morning and by i a illldreil Ilagemnn ---- --- -- 1
''xcollaotori It. R. 1'ylen clerk and treasurerIm shed every Friday ,
' Henry tax assessor;: J. R. Walker F. A. PA1l 4W' through Its advertising column rill, society girls In Sullnn recently J :':.JU.I.jH:' West Aflam" Nt. <>, Flu. n
1 .F..Carruthere as iKf glance
"rlt1lll.4. W. 1>\ Hrannloff ; a
I miles against time
says
ralked four
' II Prltrharil, counoilnion. The council meets can easily see who are the promInent )-
"t Tuesday In each month. you tallna dispatch to tbo Kansas Cltjrimes. '
TITUS VILLE BOVRD OF TRADE. merchants of our town-men who I Mr.: Watson at the table of 11aahlonable iOLEYSfi3N1P.rmTAR fOlEY'sKiDiffiYWRE :

'1-ar r ,M.j.Rohhln..l'reohlentl rat. n,MC neoretary.. J.llt.Meets Dixon second tress Wed... .' are up-to-date for citizens patronage.and Read who are the< i boarding house tleclarl'l.1tbat for ./tU
"',lav night: In|each month .at their room!. NTp I A11t4 asking your it Is Impossible for a woman tcpolk .. -- ,
ads. on every page very carefully. four wiles In ono hour unless sba --- -- - '

Sample copies of the Advocate wtl 11111 t trained athlete. The three girls 1maedlately Lcr; M 00 :
FHf USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, o := A s :s c ,,.
of Can ad i could
to part asserted that they
be sent free any "
when you can buy the best /Self-Lock .laft.Unhnsat United States upon applies talk that distance In less than one Alt' Slew. B., st.. JACKSONVILLE.; rLA. li'ff.1 I d d'uLr
Patt.rII..14 and the
lug Tackle Blocks at nearly the same ". ...."''IIIMeC.n.. ...... aa leMcCall' da
... od. of "
price. Now In use in the United 8, .. s1 c..1r.of...,1.. .ccura".a aepldty Ion. onr. A wager of five pounds candy ,

:States Army and Navy Department. .at M..a.I..ITheQ..f. .ye.htaaAuCr. ....... )On I vas made with each girl and at noon:
Examine them at the ADVOCATE office .ar'.uMcnpdnn.rub.cdbw. than Oa euwb.rd any whir ce.se L.dw.Se Cent.H.latl. Lanni Yura : Has Stood[ O'I'PNt! Year tbe party went to the raco track nt tlmnlr ; ,. ,,
gets a box I Qrrse tt7DRCSi
Tltusvllle. t labS a..ta. b.ry.eba.nb.r grounds, Each girl won a oftndy S,

.. L.AfA@nuWgt Fr... a..bOcribe tad.""... It. d....... p"1I"l'I1Mr The old original QUOTE'S Tastelew I I two walking the four miles' inttyfive NR ZQ t I ,'

:!,\"A'i'nD-HY: CHICAGO MANUFACTITR"I luae"CNdotw, (..howmI 4spree.'..." hill Tonic. Ton know what you aniklnir. and a half minutes and two Inrtyfive .

tit HurtE.list familiar rvrson with of local UIUtwnrthlne.a. territory 'as and ss... ..,..tai.:j i,and...Pn MIII"1'H.& MCCALL CO.,N.w Ys.a0000000000000000NOON00. . It I la Iron and quinine In a taste. I and three-fourths minutes.ilantlnK VRJr7AID .. 2 I );,

tent lii branch of t'e. S..I"ry.11t I paid! week.. 11'8'1 form. Xo cure no pay, 50ol at the, I
. Permanent po.ltlon. No Investment rennwi Fla. I mil fleet Caro. I II
, Tltnsvllle II
1'harmnoy
' frevlnns experience' not essential to Reod: Cross I
''I V IB. Address Several young married women In I
\I..ualerJranohes., Como nioo .Clneaan. "smart" have I
+ :nglanil ticketed ns L

; I A I'nlqav f1rl of wood and when settled In
a"TV The s-wlnir'ng! bridge which they practice

I YOU IlECEIVE A SAMPLE a: I rope crossing! a chasm In the Irish their winter bunting quarters, says tbeLonlon

i If[ Il
,.. eeMe are h'.t Aeneas N Yp COPY OF THM PAPER : I ban-hlgb above the can, which break lay's run (and they often hunt five I
wftd ta.n nr In ; ; ,
ywu. Mro ar. ,
neap en.etopmmt-Mir a rmry I In t foam and embroidery along the lines a week) they ride borne, have tea tit .,' ILl
:
N Turn ants In m.ktnQ luau :; -IT IS TO- : bed and eat
a'pw.aball niMn1te I icky coast, ii unique and unmatched. an.1 a bath go straight to .
( .rs rrweallat. In frmwlny KNOW THAT the salmon flaniff heir dinners safely tucked up In th Iidownles.
1bw.r and ee..nria .ends. :! LEI'( YOU : I It; Is only used during
lees tt.ed Au..l fret.D and ronnrrtft the mainland ." This means rest and sleep
M. FERAY& CO.. : WOULD LIKE YOU TOBECOME : season C
WE hours.Baka'a
; rock whence the placeertvea for perhaps fourteen '
: Detroit, I with the huge 4 \
p :! A SUOSCRIBEP. : I Its name. Whether sailing the : Dig Property Lo.. 1 "
the mainland,,
from
or coining up
o 8ea
I seem but a fragile tblnra At the conference of naphtha prodacrs
the bridge supported by thin ? at St. Petersburg the loss of prop II : _
sidewalk
.. .. l floating and Imagination. *rty at Baku during the recent revs Agents for the Pabst nrewtos Co. I ii I II :
alr your utlon was estimated at 4,500,000.::; i y

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE FLA. FEBRUARY 2, 19C6

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JAMES. PBITCHABD. President: WM. !t. BROWN, Vice-P

: : EAST COAST ADVOCATE. EXCELLENT TWAIN SERVICE.To I WINSTON S.


lice Kant anilVrar.. v.... the Atlantlo ifNsTi'TE BANK
'I punusnico JeVBBT FRIDAY. Count LIDe. INDIAN

Entered; at the Itistolllco nt Tltt vl1le. }Florida :NEW i'oiiK AND FLOIIIDA SPECIAL:!

as flecuml tilttM inultor. Tli I it train is compose I exclusively of Home Made

--- ---- Pullman Finest Vestlbuled Drawing COUNTY DEPOSITORY. i ir

NI CUABI.KR H. WAI/TOM Editor; PubllHher.OV Room Bleeping/ Compartment, Pallor, Authorized capital
$100 Cd
Dining, Library Rod Observation cats, '

.. "...LY .roua"AL II.VQTSD TO YEC DBVBL.O.IWS..T electric lighted and steam heated. -.T--\c. Paid up capital - $25

TUB IWOIAK an..... LAZE Schcd ulv-I.v'lt Augustine dally, except ._ Average deposits, $200:

WORTH AMD DMOAVHB BAT.BBffIOZm." Sunday. 11:40: ( Km ; Lv Jacksonville, Have cake muffins and biscuit cL I
tea =.:
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12i:< O pm ; Ar Savannah 4j: >.> pm ; Ar your --
;
,. DIsaiinLlnuiinn of advtll. iniiKt be ma.le pe,. KIclicniMiit 0:10 I / am ; Ar WiiMhlnglon 10:25am : s Transacts a General Baa.ii
s-
..mil? at till* olllG-fl or by ,mrmtImmg.I. ; lixlilmoie 11:10 urn ; Ar Philadelphia home-made. They will be fresher, ..--, !
y
I'i5;;; pm ; Ar New York 4:30: ( pm.CiiiC'Aoo Business.

O&eoK.eto., may be Diaile payatito toCHABLM : AND Fi.omiA LIMITED: cleaner and wholesome. I
Tide HalD Is composed of same class of more tasty I
WALT01'lI"bll.her.
: H equipment ns New York and Florida Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe Rhi

Special. Schedule : Lv !St. Augustine Royal Baking Powder helps the house I S
1:1'"' In writing t.> the ADVOCATe for Inronnatlon'oi ; Exchange bought; and sold' on, ,.ul FO"1" I ICouotrle
1 a:29: ami; I.v. .Jacksonville 1l:8 : < am ; Ar ; .o Itl
k(nil.tlio wrl tor will old"life: by enc1oieug t .
my Wavcroxs ::13; am : Ar Tiflou! 1 :'JO( ,
;
pm wife home and ---
.. 1.alolro..o,1 envelop" produce quickly
to at
I a .1.I.1II1. < economically I
.. ---------. Ar Macon 1:11 pm ; Ar AlUuta 0:51: pm ; Patronage appreciated. Prompt -MUCH, j t
Ar i Cliatiaoooga: >7 pm ; Ar Nashville treatment aDd every favor coimlir.! ,,' nm'
-Th. brmirli K"i ton ofllpooflim
1IOATOOlrp'IC"KAKT: 'OAH'r AnvvArICI. t14\ Milk :il.'J: : am ; Ar :St.. Locus :2:10. : pm ; Ar fine and tasty cake, the raised ,, ervative banking gruim l

fr<. itV1n.lM I, n.'liHrfO. ( of. JIIr ('on I'. Mallow Cliloamgr, 5:10: pm. : COTIRP.:8)'ONDEN1'S:
; who will iimko nilvurtlitiiiK oontraat lor tUm. I The above mil us, are I In addition to the I frosted 15r
,
paper.| - _ _ _ _ Flotilla' and I West Indian Limited, New hot-biscuit, puddings, the layer- : SiS Kniplre 'J'lust Company, New rk. :X.
-!.- .h-t" Florida Dunk and Trust Co., Jacksj '" 'III,t"r
- _
York and Florida The Dixie
KxproKs,
all mmunloatlon to
I Alircicie EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Fiyermsnci other all year round trnlus.Kor cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and : 'I"'U.S"\rILL"' i1It..
full Information thn .
"Consult
Tl1'VclVLLt.mc FLORIDA. .. -- --- - --- ---- -
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Purple Foldci" or see any ticket agentof muffins with which the ready-made food - H

c 0. S. Department of Agriculture the Atlantic Coast Line. .J.: :Li. :X> C> I3BI1"T:: !::; .


.lii Weather Jlurcaii--Jupiter, Fla. CLEANING AN OLD CLOCK. found at the bake-shop or grocery does G"D' N" LL2cI(SlIcct'RBorlo::z:... c>Dobbins C :s Uros.;. S) T :DlI: X Ta:


5.. not lJadgeH Checks, Door Numbers, SienclU. Trunk and Locksmith Suppilet
i The following is a comparative state
Have of lie compare.
uuy I readers the National KEPAIKINO OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPKCIALTY
and rainfall for the
J week ment of ending temperature Tuesday, Jan. :JO, 11)011.llXMt ) n clock they value, that seems to be neur is the of Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises I.rpnlted) .
-1005DATB. the end of Its career of mefulnens: does Royal greatest bake-day helps. :.!:i\! Alain /St. Jacksonville Jo'la.
It skip a bent now and then, and when
MAX. MIN. MAX MIN. It begins/ to strike seem to be in pain? -
24 iii s 57 74 iiI; Let me tell you what to do. Take a bit

!. 23; (W 54 {III I :31 of cotton batting, the size of alien's egg/ n. _ _ ROYAL. BAKING POWDER cn. NEW YORK. TIII SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAS

20 02 55 41 :at dip ItiD kerosene, and place Iton the floor
:27 Oil: .III (Cl;1) :il of the clock, In the corner, shut the doorof A KANSAR' ii'in who him dodgedhis turrit'! the wimuint into the con

28! <(12 I! CO 02 41 the clock and wait three or four days. poll taxes for futir,, .vour* l h.. H'icncp i fund. He pr>>h hlvv has
2H! 72 .111 72 48 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Your clock will be like
a new one-skip conscience stricken
came
:JO 72 51 I 7/1< f 8 and! hug made his pile.Local ,
no more; It will strike as of old, and as .
Total rainfall for the week : .10<1
you look inside you will find the cotton -i-
Dopa turn from normal rainfall for the batting black with dust. The fumes of -

week: rniniiH .115 Inchex. Departure' tho oil loosen the particles of dust, and Florida E sFCst Railway0 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick...",
tram normal rainfall since January 1, they fall: thus cleaning the clock. I ,
minus 1.13 Inohen.UAL. .
have tried it with
success.-National Offices foot ot Street Jacksonville Florida. Telephone..
Hogan
,
HABDIW. Observer lor .
Magazine
January.Frightfully Time Card No. 61. In Effect t ; 9 H :
---- terery; ;; ;. J. K. lUNNEKLTN( General Manager.r4J.iFiI .

THE AUTOMOBILE RACES. Htirned.Chan. _SOUTH.BOUND-READ. ---- -DOWN.- _. -- NORTH.C.HJN-P.\D! : !: \ UP. on __ ._ __ ___
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W. Moore, a machinist, of Fold ;;:9ONo.' 33No.; 2&No.;; :J fiATJONS: : ,.o. 'TK'No.' Tf"' ... Cm% :' PR The Oldest Kututillshed! Grain and Seed Mouse 'ID tiLe theta
Jlty, Pu had l his band frightfully burned iiiuly vaiL3' IhtII$ 1)imlly i's
[continued from page S.] In an electrical fur mice. lie applied I J'ally Ily niilmyl. Jlllily ;
'i-i: ; 20 "I h U 21) 1\ sou ; Iv..Ja.'k.ol1\ .........
tile .tr 7 IU : .
ISncklon's Arnica Halve with the 7I.p/ 1'1't :0 a, 9 40
bed In bill 200-hornepower Dar- usual ..........PI" 18 I I"' Old: ci ............ ......100. Jnck.u".tll".J.v 7 2J p..7 '; ......
compll a result: "a quick and pel feet cure." P au / 4U I' to U, .j'o mJr ci ........ bt. Alllf".1111......... fJ/:') 40 n : 1"I. 7 WThi-:: ._ :SO\LJS: Co
racq flying the Flour de Lin. It was the Greatest healer on earth for burns, ..... ......, fI 1\1\ I'll Il ci ............ .............1111.,1111"I/ H"I.'I l'/ / I II ii .s, ...40..a
grandest utriiRgle ever witnessed on the it. 2(1(' ..1 dl 87 p It !ii ft 11I.4., a. lv..I.II.1;, 1c.IuIki..I.i, //IL\ ti.t Oh ci..I. .
/ wounds, soies, eczema and plle 2t/' at .. :.:. : _p1: I. .. I.I 6 ''o_a
world famous Ormond-Duytona Uoach >o 104., I 7IIJLfletCiOci Vr........... Jjl.Ia; ............ -
.I.vI/ 0.1 & W / ..
the lied Cross 1 I" ,1/1 <0 U 1'061 GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Pharmacy. / .1 414111 ........ ,, . ,, al ... _
thousand I> n 00 "II, U.1 a. .Lv.. ............ .i no. .J n LI. q
and of cheered in - - -- .. ,
RpeotatorM : ---7.: .: ::: :: __' ,
: = : :-.I.
the wildest excitement. ............ ri5i ,12tna''............ Ar........... Pan 'roleo..Lv O'p 1 Oip ........... I ..... ....
..!!2Ll> .101I'i 801\ ci .II 0/1/ ci J.v..fI.n \1.1) ...........Ar 'M I' 7110j i.ouci Hem) .
.1.
Only two racers started In the big WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS, ............ 7 III I'il', : ()( ./............ .............. Z'eogit, ..............Lv :: -.Is',.- == j -asff Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizer!
event, Fred Marriott! In the /Stanley Patented all countries. Only tackle ....... .... 'OO! I' im HI ............. ... ............)11111111'11............. " hIll a.. ........... 1'tm.IM MltLS:
steamer, and Victor Demojjeot In the ........... 7.1f) 1,12d; J ii............... ". ..............111'0111.) ............. :.1J'1..4. 22 ....,...... 20(1( Kast Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, ]<,LA,
powerful 200-hontepower() Dinrnci. ) block of the kind lu the world. Fit- ............ II 21 1"i''......... It 02 ci ........Orlllo.III if utul........ .,... .1............ .J! .:...
ted with the Walton-Vlntou Holler III1U I' II III 1'126/1/ I' It JJ: ci. ............ OrllJDIIII ..........., 4 (,2 .42" .1'II 2a
The llrsc trial resulted in Marriott II W P 14.1. 1 m 1',1t,I 20. ............ 1)vuuIia ............ II 6J 1'1 4 III 6 12 a Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and A. C. L. Ry
making the two miles in one minute and Bearer. Useful In any place where ........... It 67 t'/ 1 I In; l I' ............ ........Port 0"1/. ........... 41 I' .......p..,........,..a. _
three seconds, and Demofteot/ In one hoisting In done. With these blocks 1l''U.1: ( 021 J.I..1II1I';!! :!s Ar..NelV [;1I1 .rlln..I.! J :121"j IIM.I !' - -- - ------ ----

minute one and three-lift Beconds. JO 21 a iii2Cci; 411 i 1-ru-i-j-: Ar........ 1lIk.. 11..1..11 ........,1v I ;i'c1 I' I i.n 1>.'kumciirzt-
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one man can do the work of two.ThollllR.Dds Is) hi) ci 'I'm' kim a1 I 61I' "II} I' ....,,,'.OruIlJle.lIy......... 1:111\: 1111:185} : P n 4iJ /. 49 P P
Not yet was the trophy won. 10 1\ 110 41) A II W II { /
I' VII' "o"nKo 'IIY Jl1nr.lon. I i2OJ. 121t1): p 6 lOp 1140 .
In the next tilal the /Steamer made the gold in the north Call Es: ito & 9 no- ., -1jI11., 1161. Lo..Xu'v IOmyruu..ItI -II-I i MeMurray & Baker

two mlle In 51)) :2-3 seconds, but the end and see them in woiklng order at this ......... ft M I'/ :2 1'1 1.1............ .. ............ malt Il IlL............Jv :2 .1.1 1.1./.. /.2:2 21 2-aITI ci............ci.
was not yet. Up the long/ stretch came office or the store of Ja*. PrItchard & _1!" .IO 11'1' J.t !l1$ 14_ it i. Ar ...........1'1r1l .vmk' ............. 2 '4 1 ...!_.i=

the Darracq with mighty/ roar. Its /Son:: TittiHvllle. truo15. ..... I" I .a ...... ...1.. ........... Ar..............,.'uiii"ri..............Iv iiiTmtm: : a.......I.I..... ............ 401-413 East Street Jacksonville
Day
- :: .:. 11.IU_ ci 11 m ., ... Jv.H!<' ,I..A ...... a, I : Florida,
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U202
fearful flashed like .
_ _ pace was ; It by light 12J: .. I ;-11 p I'I\ 48 I' U 41 I' ............;; '... ............ :2 UII ::1 6d:::: t 411:
nlnff and In what seemed scarcely half ...... .... I II 11 i I' 11 :21 u I' ........... ... ............. ('OVOId ..............Ly 1117 1 P J' 01 AIIlII,...........a. -]Makers and Jobbers, of-
n minute the pistol shot told that the Marine Gasoline ......... :alJ: I' II 25 1.1.. ........ .........Itoc'kleiloe......".. 1 H4 p..1.,, 611 ci............
Engines .......... .... 1111'I 1 U .....itock led II ..... ... ...ii..
I. .
finish line had been and the 1'1 I' are ole IH: :I 1'1 ..........,
passed i ............ 1:1: 0'1) utI, .. It P! ........... ...........Emiii: ( .IIIu.......".. 12II "I.........:.I'.. 11 ..4 A!......... .
markers announced the wonderful time Manufactuied ............ 1:112: t ci, 4 2t I'...... ..". ..........lhleltrniiriie............ U 52 1 ............. 12 .. ............ Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
J of f,8 45; seconds. by- ...... ..... Il fill, "I .. Sic ,. .........., ........... t1cb..ll..n _......... \I bu' ci., ...........I'I 27 .I',...... .... ,
Such cheel'lnhall/ never been heard ............ I 1/1/ ci 6 H I I I'....... .." ..........."t. J"clp..,......... I It 01 ci ........... ... IJU ,.. "
Termaat & Mooalian Co 420: ci/ :.! U., a' 6 CO I I' 8 IJlI I' .........lo.urt I'herce ......... iOf,4i 1:0116: ') 1.iIbi..
[ p105' ,
before on the Ormond-Daytoua Ihoach.I , ............ :It: '. a' 620 I,.......... ." ............ ::1'lbb..118 ............ 1022 a,....... ... 9117 ............ Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
Five thousand people shouted themselves ............, ::1:111: ,,' 621 I I' ........... .". ..............Eden.. ........... .. 10 lit a........".... .0 r.n P.
-I hoarse and the daring Frenchman OSIIKOSH, wis.fcW. ........... :.! :'.; a 211 I'.......... ..............J..n..11 ............ 10 1.1 .. ............ 048 ,i..I..N.......... First-Class Repairing and Etc.
r N.......... 1"I" a R :t'4 I'......". .." ............. tllUlltt .............. 1001 .'............. \I 87 .......... Painting, Etc.
I'
received the ovation of his lire. ............/ II II a 7 (4 I'............. .......... Hobo. "uIIIIII ....._. 0 Hlf a .............. 008 /............. .
Scarcely bad the excitement begun to fOur ............ .II :11.1 ttm! p.\. \ 0.1' Jnl'lter......... 021 II''....."...... 8411 1'P.,........ -- ----- ---- -- --- --- ---- - ------ --
1\ 07 a JO a I'I' .p 1OJ I'. Ar,... Wo-t 1'.ln\ lionel ..... 800. II) H/I/ ". /I 111 11 00
subside when the Times-Union lav. I'
P "Y
car, II 17 ci, .1/11) ,,' lIll: I' II O I'. Ly.. ........ taIm liea..h .........I.v 840" 10l: ci H 01' I 1.10/10 1 / P TXTUS'VXLLE L'v: :.i ST.A.DLEFEED
Ishly decorated, hurried up the beach. 627 AI/ 011 ci It Hl I'.r II 40( .. "'N West i'alm 1I0a'h ..,..At It Pt ci 10 (1) 7 HII
In It were seatrd Miss Mary Sim nil I, of ............ II 25 a II ItO I' ............ ; ............ 1003ntoi ............Lv 7 41t ",...........ci. 7 fa I' .11):16........P. ,
............ ala ; I, Olt ............. ........ . .. J
()rmond and her Mm. J. D. I', Jelrft( . ......... 788 a.' ........... 7 M .... ,
chaperon ............ 1HJ\ : .10 UO p........ .....nun, J..u..rcJllO..M 6411" ........._ fJ 00 ._ AND SALE SADDLE IIORSE!>
Price. Up to the coronation stand l It ............ 6 U IU Od p........ .I .,..._....... Vallia, .........._.. .. 64:& a.; ........... 6 00 p...... ....
hurried, while willing hands pushed the ............ (fI/ll I / II 10 211 I' ..... ...........Halhu..lalo........_. 6110 411 ... 1
beside It. smiling ............ 7 \II? ci 10 II l I' ..... ......... Lemon ('Uy ......... .. 6 Os 21 p......" ...STABLES... "I Sr aSB fe BUGGIES,
big raoor up Dcmogeot/ SIIU a. 7110 ci to G I'. 7:1 p. .............. Miami ............Iv 000 im / i
8O!
but almost bewildeied by the attention ............ 500) ci ......... ............... Lvi ...........IIII1\ml.".......... tAr .........cii..5, 00 p..........:..P. lUGGAGE (
that were showered upon him, =:....::..1'.'!... '0.'....:::::::::::....::.......... .. Ar ...... Homp.leael ...... Iv ............ 1 till ............. .. SURREY

'm stepped from his car, grimy with the n"\.t, I'arlor (',er.on trains 28, 20, 15. 74. liulfct Sleeping Cars on trains 33: 00, 2R, US. TRANSFER Sja Hjif BW
dust and smoke thrown by his machine; .. t Uully em.ce.ttiiiliciuy.CnNflENETSCIIEflVL1t. ) I 5. and TURNOUTS
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close wrapped his dilver's costume. .
President Asa Paine took him by the .._ ': .. .. _I .:"T\V >f_JACKaOXVll.I.E AN1> ST.AUOUMTINE_ HAULING ETC. ..all kinds..

arm and escorted him to the platform SOUTHBOUND |MoT23;;: *[Nii. 21t|NO.; 29t No. 431 NO.3iNO. o. 351j50.' -O9No.:g3 N -fI6.

where he was received by Miss Slmrall, Dally|| '._ Bay|.'| Day[| I Dally Ex.al M nEx., .M 7.I! Dilly|| Day|| I Dally ,EXaMZS J'. :3V3C.: E "fcxrx:

Airs. J. 1>, Price. Mrs. M. Houston, !Mrs. "T---- --- TITUSVILLEIn rear of Bobbins' Law OfficeFLOIUD'
Lv ..liicbwiuvllleArSU 8 no a/ 0 }a 0 0; ;/ iitij; 2BO\ piBflO i j p420; pi 8 20 I'I/ Hit pi 9
Asa Pnlne, :.Mrs Cherry and Alis. LI U., OOp
llawson. President Paine stopped forward !!!:rOet Catalogue. -_AllKllitlnH. LI ulIciIwioeci2Iupasop.. ... .. !! -_ -|j; 4.00..J p IS.HI 0 p 9 2O J pi_O80plO_ ._ :!' OQp -- ---.------ --.- .. --

and after paying short, but glowing Lorillard Boat Co. Agents NOltTIIIIC>UND No. 74' No. 30; No. 73t No. 44. 3rNO. '8.o.- 28t ;!981No.,' : 92tM ,t,6-' HAVANA. NASSAU TORT TAMP.MIAMI KEY WEST

tribute to tho wonderful achievements ,. Dally Daily Dally I Oally E Sun'U 'Ex.aS s'un 110lly I Dally Daily JE Ex.aS' n

of the Frenchman, near whom TITUSVILLE: FLA. ; -- Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company
atood an Interpreter translating all that I.v 1. AUlll10llne -TTr-7. <<120 P' 12 II) P It 10 cHIC ACHO .740 J, 8 20 ci76a a ,
AiJtckciuilivlhie., .. 7 40 I' 7 Iup7Bc!.. ..!. ) p' I 10 "p 10 p-J:a 40 p| 7'10 a1, 8 40 a' 0 il!n It1 8 Faci
was said, Introduced Miss Him rail. -- United, States Fast Mall Route for Went. ..
Trains Key Wont Inille and tho Bahamas Via. Miami"
dompoieil exclnilTelv of
The sweet fared little Ormoud girl, Es6.tl t Day coaches upurated on Amuse II Pullman""II or whluh Pnrlor Garland extra neat fare will bo charged Fort Tampa, Fla. .
::: S on uo extritor mat fare Ii charged.No. .
voted the piettlest and most popular In ,. -- --------.'------ -- --- -- .--- - - --- ----------- Prol'oHe,18alllnJ\ ElTect on the Date Shown. Subject to Change and Individual' )'o.I.onemltW !
all the State, stepped forward, saying 83 No. 91 No" 11 Notice.
No. 10Dally N. 110 .
clearly : Nun.Only. I Nun.Only. IJlllly Jox.: Mayport llraiichLv No. tB !''I..... No. a 9 Miamni-Nasmaut Llue.
"In the palmy days of Imperial Home Wardwell's $6.00 Bus. Sun' f)a II y I ftnly Dully Season IlKKl. BtAiimnlilp "Miami."
. Effective from Mluiiil. Fla., with
and Greece, it was customary to ciown Davis Wax 5.50" 7'ii: HI P1 lo 10 ail 6 00 p 816 I. .........Jar k ton vllle ........Ar 7 80 ,ifdj: I' nTr; :::::::::: Lv Miami........Man. Wed Fri.... . It no pm Lv Meall.Bulling January. TUBS 29.1900.TI"'t8.8at.. *' I
their national athletic heroes, the lIorvlcebelnlt' Curries Wax 5.50 If 40 1 IOW a a 40 p 861 ci "'r..I.oblo. k-iih.! ........ to a BO ci115O' ci ............ Ar >II .l1.u..Tllel.Tlmrs.Sat.. . . a SO am Ar1 Miami. .. .... Wed, Fri, Sun.. '" ""
9 4A/ j p IQ 65/ a 649/ p 8 59 ci ..... ..Allan tin lluaoh....... 6 4% all 40 41S0.p./ .............. Port .
the performed by. the fair daughters of Refugee 4.75" B OO p It 10 a 7 00 .p ".lit: _" ........ .. Mayport...........LT 8 BO all' 80 ............. Tarnpa-Ifavanm' Line,, Via. Key 'tVeiet.Steamnhi'is .
nation. Through the votes of the "Olivette" ciii "Maiiootto.. "
kind people of my native State, Florida, Valentine 4.75" PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Lv Port FfTertive, from I'ort Tampa, Fla., with Sailing December, 14. tOOS. ?
'lites ..
Tanpa.m. 'rhura .11 40pm Lv Havana ... .., Tues Thiirs, sat 13 "
_ _ _ have been commUxloned, Mr. PemoCeot ------- -- ArKeyWent... .Mon, Wed Frl. . .. 680pm. Ar Key Went... ..Tue.,Thura,8at. : )l
to crown you Automobile /Speed All New CropCRENSHAW Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships flf the P. & O. S. S. Compaay for Lv Key West.. .. .Mon, Wed Frl. . . .. S SO) pm Ly ..vWe.t......Tiien.Tlmtii.Sat. I( :JII'>
King of the World. Ar 11..al1a..Tn..lI. TburR.Sat. .. .. OJOum. Ar Tuuipa..Wed. Frl, Silo. 1W

ci "You have won tntoinational honor BROS. Havana, Key West and Nassau.Three 1\1I..ml-U..v. Line. VI... Key Writ.Rpnmm .
1 in competition against the bravest and 190WOOO. Steamnhlp "Bhlnnecock" and "Hallfai."
q 22-4 Sailings Each Week. Ilfective!: from Miami .'IH.. with Biiillnic: December 15, 1:106: _
most protlcont drivers of the world. To- TAMPA, FLA. Lvl\flnmt....... Man, Wed. Frl... .... 9 (siam Lv Havnna .. ...Mon, Wed., Frl ., "I JJ
morrow your fame will be known Trains discharge passengers at ship's side. No transfer Ar Key West..Moo, V ed., Fri.... ....10 00 pm ArleyWe.t., I\lon.We..Frl. ... '"
throu out the world' through an Tr, Lv Key >Ve>t.... Tues Thura Hat .. IliOam( Lv Key West..Tuea.Tliura. Sat. 400''
agency
.e rimaTablea show tho time at which tralni may be expected to arrive at and depart ArHavana..Tiio.Thur Bat. .. 000am ArMianil.'Tue..Thmur..SaC *"'
even faster than flue car. May from trmcnvnral atatlnn. bin their
arrival or departure at the times etatoil la not
further fortune an Jour health attend PINEAPPLECRATES aorta thai Company be held reaponnlt>le fur any detaror any ooniequences arising guaranteed therefrom. Iteaervatlons Apply to O. Lawton Chlldn Se: Co., Oen'l AgU., No. 22 SlercaJere 8tW
.. Havana, Cuba.
you Is my sincere wish. -. Sawyer .& Co., Agents. NaMau N. P. r:,
Por Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other J. W. :Morris Agent, Port TanIr"C.
The Times.Union. the leading paper of 0 Information ?. Bridle !- Ii.!Kingicain, 'l cket Agent, PortTaiupa' Fla. -J
the /State:: through Its editor and manager SEE THE TICKET AGENT." : ''llw..l1uonleon., Fici. A. C. Elgin.: ; Agent Key We."Fl'
City Ticket Agent, No. S, Rernaza Street lluvunft Cuba.
S this, beautiful Hon. George 'V. Wilson, furnished J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUQUSTINB, FLA. Information: an to. passenger. and freight rates to all point. In the United States Cub W.
crown, emblematic of the : Indies and Hahama. cheerfully furnishes upon application.
championship, and It Is now pleasant WRAPSand S F. '1If. Jolley. T. K
my > *: P. A. Charles L. Myem Mnnafrer, P. J. Sanndern. Tranio *r!
duty to present It to you, the winner." TITUS VIiM.i:, Thin abrogates previous notice. Jacksonville Fla. November Jut I1* '

"As she concluded Demogeot knelt be .
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fore her and bending over she placed -'-- --- -

upon his head the emblem of his victory Breitwisch Villa
a laurel crown and an Instant later i'ITusvi LLE. FLORIDA Lorillard :Boat Co.

I banded him the' fl.JOO 1 <) Tlme .Unlon NAILS ,

Trophy The Frenchman bowed his (Late Sembler Cottage.) Good fount nod Attention. TITUSVILI-E FLORIDA.
,
thanks and then, prouder than aoy KE4SOXABLT3 RATt S.

S Emperor, turned away. -* -xx: : Two doors from F. E. C. Station Boats
President Paine then presented MlsnSlmrall Railway Tltusvillo.MRS. Bought Sold and Built to Order,

with the gold medal, the gift of TIlE J. BREtT VISCIf0 Proprietress. ,
"ROND"
the East Const Automobile Association CRATE.

and time ceremonies ended. BEST QUALITY WRAPS. :E3zigflra.es: : : :Iia.sta.llod.: .

i THE! AUTOMOBILE HAM.. CEMENT COATED XAILS. -BOATS CAREFULLY STORED FOR THE SUMMER-Representative';'?!

i The automobile ball announced / Fewirl.tirLgI'ArERIIA1'GINO : 44. the T. & M. RererMble Gasolene Engine, la to :23!; horse power. Tue < I
laU week's AI>VOC.\TK,, took as place In the In See:: our samples and get our prices bn- engine of the kind In Florida, and the best on tbe njarket. See this engla'boat ( 'I

Casino hotel fore bllyln .='We want your orders. at place of business-eoj of City Wharf.
OrmoBd
on Friday night. _.._
Residents from nearly every slate In the -Write us at Eau Gallle KA T.SO >fIXO, VARNISHIN'l, STAINING, FINISHING h ______

4 Union were present, and the ADVOOATK
3 representative took note of the fact that Etc., Etc., done at reasonable rates, by.4IJIQT

It wan a grand success from start to -XX -X- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDOES

tlnlah. Some beautiful young ladles ::t\I.I:JL'I'Ot't": : : = '
I were on the floor during/ the evening, EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY :=: :. : : : : 'II
: CO
but we do not earn to mention who was Corner of Washington Ave., and Main St.
"the belle of the ball." (
EAU OALME, Jo'LA. TITUS: VILLE, FLORIDA. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES.










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COAST ADVOCATE; TITUSVILLE, FLA. FBDIUMJIY 2, 1906. G

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EAST COAST NE"\VS.. :: O. C. Ilanael, of Tltuavllle, Is in :pima M. Grether has sold her entire FIRE INSURANCE 1'; :
and cord wood to Tltim !
cutting shipping crop of ornages: on the trees to MaxtleUl,
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Miss Flossie Taylor returned, Monday a number of our people have .

Newti1V Notes Contributed by Our Regular : from a abort visit with her motherat gone down to Palm Boach, this week, to t

Cocou. set the motor tacos, and enjoy the beauties \.
Corps of East Coast: Col'li ospondents. :. Nearly: everybody reiula the AI>VOCATI of the place.A the best protection possible at the I

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In this section, and the ads are all carefully dance la announced for Friday< eventngof -

I.N 0 0 001 N 000OOO NOOOOOOOOIOOM000000000000000000. .rend, this week In the Club house, bit l-f qn

't'"" A. M. Ter....elllelgar U at Shiloh, look with so many of our people) away It will

T Please send all communications Eau Gallie. log after his orange groves and putting very likely be a quiet ulTair.

j I items for publication. to "Editor, them In shape. There was a lareo attendance at the

LOCATE( Tltuavlllc. F I 1\." \V. D Benson went to Lce burg ROIl Sunday evening song service at S: J.
Ooala oil a butiiiicfia trip last weak, ro. Field's." Next: Sunday evening the song
SAHAIf f < "nnoR"I'II81'IAY, AM SUBOKON. service will be hold at the Indlanoli r
. turning Satuid.ty.J. .
to publish KHII Inllle I Klnrliln.Conlop .
cannot guarantee
\-7We ..: ,House, to which all are welcome. 1
that: do l not lt"cn( this' office before i D. Ennis anti wife, of Tltuavlllo,,
Ong WI other for the p let week were in Mini, Sunday, visiting Mr. anti Mrs James Oscar Seniors who ban recently .
LOOK Thuradaja.
.... The Inn Is no.v ijuito' full of ,guesta.'aids : Mis. Julia Coward. returned from a trip around the
I world, and who spent some time In
_Will ooiieoponilents, oblige us by : < are out fur It ball at the Carleton: John and Percy ]). vis, who have Japan, has kindly consented to give i 1\
of and ho-el, Mulb'iuine, on tho 1 lit h of Feb. been woiklng for P. W. Robot left talk on Japan at an early date, for the ,
people places
ltlnit the names on Monday for D.vyton.i, benefit of the W. M, Society of Indian
'
Luiul ? Col. end Mrs ,dpr, of K. M. 1.,, ,
| > us possible' ola church. Mrs. bonier has gaihorui ,
have. Rone t') the motor race on Luke On Monday' morning we had the (first I : ,
Worth. frost of this winter, but no harm done many interesting cut'los. which she will u.t.-: uw ,wlUgllltl
to the interest vegetnblo.Mm. have on exhibition, and which she will
Melbourne.THIRD Mr. and Mrc. C. W. :MctfaX nr untriedtho gladly show and explain to those Inter-
mot r boat races at Palm Beach, (X N. Minis left, Thursday, for ested. Announcement of tho ditto will .
this week. Fort Pierce, to visit her eons, C. N. anti be made later. LOWEST RATES '
-- !t. K. Mime, for a few months
W GODE.-lteal Estate, Notary Capt. C'lemson, of Taunton, Mass., is Mr. Sam Sanders rather surprised the
ulillc and Conveyancer. AetmG for dons: expected In Eau Oallie about tho Oth ol Til. A, Stewart, pf TltiiRvllle, was In neighbor hood by going off to Georgia for
Londimaml" Qlobo, ", llarctorilIre Mima \VedncHd.iy, looking at of t.
""ol'lfIollI",1) FebruaryC. Home bride, where he was married Thursday:
}: Iii.iir noB Companies. Special' attention the Sheffield: land, with a view of buy Ii. i i.
tlia Interests ot noil'residents.f evening, Jan :!:th to Miss Eugenia; m
aiil to W. :MacNab and wife, left on Sat-
log Woolen of Broxton. The marriage' < was<
-
Subnet I ptlona for the ADVOCATE, Lake urduy Worth last to view the motor races on 0, L. Mindavillo ban placed a telephone solemnized at the home of the Baptist! LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES yEEEOS ,; ;

of the East Coast, will be In the store of W. A. Urrqp, for minister, Rev.' P. It. liliter, and was R
a pink paper The work on Capt. W. J. Clemsou'a quiet affair, only tho family relatives .
Lived at the Melbourne PostolBce. the accommodation of the citizens of very .
yawl, Princess, is being pushed to completion Minis' being present. After the marriage; the :: : 'W"ALTONa:: >:
.- as fast as possible. wedding party drove to the home of tin '
r.oulsJ. Yeoman, of Waukegan the Air. and Mrs. John Chambers, ,,'holut groom's uncle, Mr.:\ '1'. C. Allen, where n (Successor to Morgan & Walton) :: '1' ,
R. and wife. The large houseboat of Dr. Weld's is been the in '
icitof Goo. Lyon u spending" past.week wedding suppej1 was served. Mr.! Sandem TITUSV1LLK FLORIDA \, '
now being housed at Hodgson's yard Mini left forist. of ,
Augustine the first
and bride and Miss Jessie Sanders
II. Stewart ]net week In
spent
Mrs. C for the balance of the season. the week. -' J. ,
visiting relatives and friends. took tho train the next morning fur
lytona Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells, of Mel- Jell Cuyler has purchased five acres Florida, arriving In Indianola Saturday:
Miss BeatiIceVlnal und Miss Jessie bourne, and a party of lends, viewed of hammock, and has a force of men nfteinoou. Heartiest congratulations '
Raw two charming young ladies from tho dress parade on Sunday last. clearing und setting orange and grapefruit nnd best wishes ate tendered to Mr. and We ',t ,
ibuiiio| Iowa, are late arrivals at the tieus. Mrs Sam Sanders are Growing"
llovue: hotel. Mr McAllister has his new launch In

commission, and now' runs back, and Mr. Dean, of Lake Pink, On., Is at the
Dr.Conley and slater, Dr. Katherine fourth to his orange: grove at Tropic. residence ot Scott Price, looking at our Luckiest :Man[ In Arknusus.

cran,Chicago, and, her 111.,sweet are pleasant little baby guests girl all at E. S. Randall, of Boston,loft] for Rock- lamia for location for a home and orange "I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas," LARGER AND STRONGER EVERY DAY !IWOULDN'T

itol Uarleton. ledge, In his launch Helen, this week grove.Elliott writes II. L Stanley, of Bruno, "since
el re. R.tnd. accompanied her husband.,) : ; Minis, who has spent the past the restoration of my wife's, health after :

Don't forgot that tile 1DCH1 session olodiautauqua A dance at Melbourne Friday few weeks in Mima, left, Friday, fur live years of continuous coughing fed :: ;
of the Tropics In on eve YOU LIKE TO 1
opens Uonavenlure on a shun with his brother bleeding from the lungs; and I owe my
last attended several of
iilbuurno on March 4th and will con- ,'was by our citizens woild'a *
good foitnne to the greatestincillolne !,
U.K. Ml
uo until March 18th. and guests, who report a jolly time. inn. Dr. King's New Discovery for '

Mm. Henry Itunge and charming Mr. and Mrs. John Asplnwall, of Newburg Pete Konrden and wife, who spent ten Consumption, which 1 know from expeilence ': i Ii; 11
days with their old friend, W. W. Ballard taken
ughterrhs.Theo. M. Weiss, of In- N. V.? are expected heie. Mr. will cure consumption It Grow With Us?
innpolis Ind., are among the pleasant Aspinwall owns some valuable property left, Wednesday, for their home in In time. My wife Improved with the j I
Madison, Ga. ,
eats at Hotel Carleton. In Eau Oallie. first bottle and twelve bottles completedthe ,
!Mrs. J. W. Alnslie) who has' been on cure" Cures the worst coughs/ and
\.S. M.iltman and wife went to :;\Ip]. Dr and Mrs. C. C. Booth, of Youngstown : colds or refunded. At the Red
money
a visit of a t'ew weeks with Mrs. 1\::\. J.
Ohio In Kan Gallie and
Beach last Monday to enjoy the are now and () Trial I
urns Hawthorne her mother left Wednesday Cross Pharmacy KOo! fl.Oo.
on
have their launch Carlos II In the wat-
(ire.rf f baths they at will that be guests pleasant of place.the Whiting While! eis of the Indian JU ver. for her home in Dorsey, (.}-. bottle fico. SAYINGS MAKE CAPITAL, }

'nee Dress parade" at the K. M. 1., on Sunday Monroe Blood prtith returned. Friday\ .
You've known of opportunities to "got Into nomuilitug" for yourself,,.
!
from "u tow w..ks'llllt with his family Ueorciana. <
The Old Maids' Convention to be ul ven nfiutnoon last, brought out the
it Friday: evening, February 2nd., at usual large crowd of guests and citizens at Valdosta, 01\., and at once. started to haven't you? Probably unable to avail\ yourself of them for want of capital
D Auditorium for the benefit of the to watch the soldier boys. mako Improvements on his hammock
land.IMnUlnjur. John Bruner made a business trip to j
will __ ST.LIrL T SA."VXN'GN"O'V'V' rand
mtauqiia building, we are sure' m ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddlson left for Cocoa, Monday.Mr. .
grand: affair. No one should miss
': Lake Worth on Saturday: last with Mr. i'olei'x Honey and<< Tar. In will bo surprised at the line start you've made
ing It. Admission 25ots. Paddiaon's motor boat in tow of the Wy- Mitcfarlaud and Mr. :Simmons a year or. ao you ,

lotol Carleton has been full from first nona A number of friends were onboard Foley ..ICo\ Chicago, originated visited Cocoa,. Saturday: toward BUOCUHH. _____ __ ____ 'I.J',
and Tar throat and
>IIr to garret already this season, but and a jolly time is looked forwardto. Honey lIa a lung C, Peuohy's sister of Cincinnati, Ohio,
the guests come and go.' Proprietor remedy, and on account of the great aa-rlvellllloudo1Y afternoon.Mr. I

rgiison Is always ready to take the Mrs. (. (I, Gilbert entertained on Monday and merit\Tar and in popularity,ir} I mirations of are Foley's utTered Honey, for McCarty, wf| and niece have returned "
lit of care of all who come to him.I The First National Bank
,isie i truly popular house. I ant. Card were tho feature ot this the gonulno. Ask for Foley's Honey tu Myeia, Fla af'er upending
very' pleasant evening Engloside, Mrs and Tar and refuso any substitute offered loveral days at Mrs. Baldwin's.J. .
Mra. J. Karney Rodgers and daughter, Oil bert's handsome residence, presented as no other preparation will give the
IT. Sconce formerly of Springfield,
It. of N. a beautiful when lit up with satisfaction.. It. Is laxative. F I
IBS Mary Rodgers, Newburg, appearance same mildly 111. who Is stopping at Rockledge, went Miami: ::: o._
., are the guest of Mrs John Uoode. vareigated lights. It contains no opiates and Is safest for ,
(hunt to Bananas River Monday.Mrs. .
i INN Rodgers spent a part of last winterre The sharpie Lizzie was out for a 'spin children and delicate persons. Sold by un a Pays 4 per oer.1.'t.: on: SFLVin: : / ,'
and made many friends in Mel- on Sunday last. Among those on board the lied Cross Pharmacy. Annie Hughes who Is being{
line, who are delighted to welcome were Miss Lucia Perry, Mrs! Montgomery treated at the F. K. C. Ry. hospital at CO.MPOUNDKD: ({UARTKRLV

back, Miss Bessie Hodgson,) J* KinganHodgson !St.: Augustine, la reported as getting

Mr. and Mra. Oeo. II; Lyon left on ;?Erwing and'I Capt. Brown, Rockledge.Mrs. along very well.J. ---$1 will start an account:

uir handsome, new launch, last Monday, of the K. M. I., Miss A. Florence Hodg- II. Vanhoaso has returned to BirmIngham ( (
"irnlag, on a trip to Palm Beach. On son at the wheel. Mary Scott Is on the sick list Ala., after spending,: three days flf Write or ask for "Specimen" Savings Pass Dock, t

,aid, an their guests were, Mr. and Mrs. entertained with jaundice.Our limiting' and (Halting on lianana river &. tf'
has It. Lyon, Waukegan, III., also Dr. Sarah C.last Hodgson Progressive eucher on fishermen are still bringing In lie was accompanied on hilt hunt by J. Agent: Agents I
Tuesday eve
aukcgan 11. Lyon'g 111.nephew, L. J. Yeoman, of was the feature of the evening. Among big strings of Huh. A. Odell. Ie Moo, RONALD & FISKE, 'l'betitanltaNI -

those present; were Mills Gregg, Miss Hon. It. E Mima has been on the sick dipt Albert Ross, U. S. :N., aooom.runted :t. Cycle Engine 4 Cycle Engine t y ',
The work on Mr. John 15. Lee's liandmo Morgan, Maj. Vose, L. A. Peek, and list the past week. < by Mr. l.uniburton, both of 1)? to (0 II. I*. COCOA, FLORIDA. 12: to 300) 11..1'. I. '

new home In going rapidly on-a others. Miss Gregg won the 1st prize fcr Washington, I Is t. C., went to Canaveral -- --
rite force of good workmen are making ladles, and J. Hodgson gentlemon'a.//: Mr. Irwin has sold his orange grove to Sltur, ings,:: hum. Mr. Lee la from Chicago, -- I a Mr.( Dull, of Indiana. Dr. Wlttfeld. t I
'"
,a like most he belives in -: : : a- I.
Chicagoans
The Yellow Fever Germhas G. S. Ilardeo and daughters' attended "Uncle nu hle" returned, Monday af- ill
nlbourue.'ring things/( quick, and doing them well. recently been discovered. It bears a the automobile races. ternoon, from be. Augustine, where lie WE CARRY THE MOST COMPMOTK LINK OF MAIIINE IIARlnVARK!: , 't
wants such
more men. close resemblance to the malaria germ. Dr. Houghton with his house-boat trended the St. Johns River Conference. ON: TilE EAST COAST. ,
,
LuOrippe and Viieiimoiilii. To free the ystera from disease germs, Dentos, will be at Rockledge next week nIt reports having//: good lime, also that Acme No. 10 and Climax Xo. 0 Dry Batteries, Switches, Spunk Plugs, Spark CcUo t u''
the most effective remedy Is Dr. King's Itev. J, II. Hawk will be returned to thla Wire, Timer., Spark. Gaps, Detachable Terminals, Pocket mrneter.. ,
Pneumonia often follows la grippe New Life Pills, Guaranteed to cure all George Baker and Lewis Herring were charge\ for another year. Brass and Iron Pipe, KI bows, 'l'ee.'Unlonlt' etc. Tobin Bronze /Shafting Ft pftl. M
It never follows the use of Foley'a diseases due to malaria. poison and con- I calling on friends In South Rockledgeon lora, Steering:: Wheels, Sheet Brass and Copper: Copper, Galvanized, and WIre NaU. 1 t ,
'mey and Tar. It cures la grippe itlpation. 23o: at the Red Cross Pharmacy :Sunday. Write for Catalogue V ( >,

mmmptlon.
'd 1 Tar and refuse substitute Foley'a Honey offer. Pa., are occupying Miss. C. M. 1'0 Ne's Mr. Page has been on the sick \list for ____ ____ _.___ _u______ .__._______.._ n__ ____ --- --- -____ -!.
any Malabar.Mrs. cottage for the winter. some time, but Is Improving now. r!
Mr. (>, Vacher, of 157 Osgood St.:) 'I
ilcago,:: wrItes: "My wife had a seyere Clarence lilakesleo, of New Haven, K.: P. Kilnkand wife are settled' In tho S. ". Watts
ne of la grippe three years ago, and It J. E. Battler, of Rockledge, la Conn., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Nelson house, and little lU/el Is Inviting ..... ,
it her with a terrible cough.: She visiting her parents here.T. !Mra. C. W. Blakeslee. all her friends to "coma and see us."
::0,1 l a bottle of and Tar : : .r
d'lit immediate Foley's Honey ." J. IIn lard has just returned from Geo. E. Prltchott, of Titusvllle Is baying Joseph McCarty,ICaukauna,Wla., with !
A 0
gave relief. cent
'ale cured her cough entirely."> HeI its fishing trip to the Everglades; a camp erected for bin turpentine bh wife anti his niece, Mlsa Corcoran, Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties ;

substitutes. Sold by the Ked Cross Mrs. Ada !Saltsman left on Friday to Hill, just south of Coijulna station. made his ulster, Mr*. Baldwin, a visitant r '

larmacy I TitusviII, Fla. visit her brother, C. 8. tJehuyler, of Jen- Mesdameit. Baldwin, Garde and Walk- week. LADIK.S': AND OKNTH' FURNISHING GOODS, STATIONERY; ETC. a
len. er, also Mr and Mia. K.; A. Hartwell Joseph McCarty wife and niece, Miss f

Job .Printing. M. II. Ockaner, of East Syracuse fruit were calling on Mr. and Mra. Salmon on Corcoran, Mrs. Baldwin, and Nina, tooka EAU GArLLIE, FI.OIUUA. N ,y
arrived In Malabar, last week. He Sunday. trip on the Mystic, )Friday, to see the .,_ 1 t r

Do not forget the fact; that at the AD- farm reports, others to follow. Messrs. Roasiter and Wallace have Improved lights of Cocoa and Indianola. .._ n _ __ __ __ __ _._ _.__.. .. ._ .'-. -- y-- . - --' --. -- .y '

CATB, office, Tltuaville, we do job of canoeists were In Malabar the appearance of their stores M l Un Margaret Carter celebrated her dially Invited. '
nting of all kinds and A party Fort Pierce.
neatly,cheaply fixed by! painting them and making other Improvement ilrtluUy on Krldy. She took supper
Poditlously. Letterheads, Noteheadtf, on Sunday. They had everything The Rev. Van Antwerp, of:New York, ,
"Heads" Envelopes, Tags, and all other up in Jlrat-clans style-everything water : *. wills Miss Margaret Russell wasn't and such Miss rend the morning prayer and litany aer'l t ,
and It avery
ode( proof. Nearly everybody read the newsy Margaret good Corcoran day for Peggie, either. Ho far the cold ha done no damage In vice In St. Andrew church, last Sunday, t.to t. "r "
ADVOCATE on Indian River. It Is one thin section of the country. large congregation. t
of the best advertising mediums on the E. V. LInilabury bas one of the finest I'
M.fI'OhO fOtf000001140Outf0OOOOMt< .0000000000OOk; I :East Coast patches> of pines that hn ever been Quite a number of our citizen took In \ .I'V r

if that grown nn the Island. Mr. Llndabury, the races at Palm Beach this week. Merritt.The . e ii'l i
We are to state our
Mr. Stewart of our :Melbourne office, :: tockledge pleased boatbullder, Geo. Glngias' 1'. II. Wittfeld and Mra. Baldwin all have Dr. Armstrong, of Jacksonville ban i ,
this
prospects for a good pine crop year. been located at the Stetson House for tho
took of the at the motor race
one prizes
A River! View hotel Is I nearly 'full of 1
la creating our tif: at Palm Beach. Capt. A. B, Carter bought a fine loop past few .day*. guest. "

h ... .. ... ... The bazaar of the Ladles Aid Society the other day, ao the huuter can now A. T. Weaver left, Monday) for An- I''
... ... .. ........ .. will have a social on Thursday afternoon have their choice of sailboat or launch. kona, to work for Fletcher Russell paper- Frank Novlns' speed boat 1 I..* nearly

when Ice and lunches Captain Carter la kept busy now taking log his house. (HnUhed./ )I I IMessrs.
and evening, cream
.
-1- FURNITURE DEPARTMENT bunting artier to the Thousand Islands,
served. Shelton nod Crouch' house' -
will bo
.. and they nearly all report excellent luck. The Rev. WomUon held service In

... ... ... .. .. ... . . .. .... Augustus Matthews, wife and three - -. --- -- the Baptist church, last /Sunday morningand am completed. 1 ,
children, of Nile, Mich., arrived hereon evening to large congregation Jules Dardonvllle\ attended tho regatta si
to meet the genuine wants of the people, and be ::: Monday, and are stopping with Mr. A Healing Gonpel. J. II. Merrlwether left, Monday, for at Palm Beach this week

now claims to bave the most complete line of ::: and Mra. Covert. The Ro. J, C. Warren, pastor of Melbourne, to work with H.:: H. 8uell on a Ben Morals ha returned] to the hotel l ryf
.. Mr. antI lrs. II. W. Mathews entertained baron. Baptist cliurcb. Bolalr, Ga say large house for a northern gentlemen.A after pending a few day at Palm Bench! ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gioval, Geo. Matthews of Electric Kitten: "It's a Godsend tolanklnd. and Miami. r "
river It cured me of a lame back, party of two caught over 200-lbs. of
the and daughter Gladys, and Mr.
House Furnishings ever seen on atilt and complete pbyalcal col- heepfthead' beside other fish, at the Inlet I Mr. Pardon, vllle\ and! mother were the
and Mrs. II. )t. Covert on Sunday, at Joint, '
if if theIr pleasant borne. An elegant dinner ipne. I wa so weak It took: me half an Wednesday The fishing I I. at its guest. of Mr. Nevlns at luncheon, on /r l'

wu served. hour to walk a mile. Two bottle of best now., Wednesday ( MMr

You have heard of Angle Lamps ? : --- -- Electric: Bitters have made me *o strong Mrs. Reid and family expect to leaveIn Crocker III I busy attending to the 1.

; if A Menace to Health. I have just walked three mile In ro mln- a few day for Havana, to join her gathering, packing and shipping of oranges - '.
I' mites and feel like walking three more. husband who bas secured .a lucrative for A. M. Young. l 1---
Lamps. Write us :: Kidney trouble Is l an Insidious danger, of Greatest Y
made
; Some people call them Angel It's a new man me. I there. '
victim of serious position The of the River View are having :
::: and many people are a remedy, for weakness and all stomach, guests'
I and we will tell you the Joke on ilr. Rockefeller ifW mAlady before the symptom are recog- verand kidney complaint Sold under Mr. E. E. Grimes, of Cocoa, representing great: sport, fUhlng. Eacb day they ''I
__ Ized. Foley Kidney. Cure correct guarantee at the ted Cross Pharmacy. I the Van Deman Co., of Jacksonville bring In large strings of channel ha*& I I ,
Irregularities and strengthen and build PrIce fiOo. wa calling on our merchant, and trout, j

FEE & STEWART COMPANY i iif up the kidney., and It should be taken Wednesday. Mr. Anld and party of frIends, from I t'
a& the first indication of kidney trooble, kinds .
arrived this week at the "' t t
ul& in Impossible to have good health Ifthe JOB PRINTING of all done at II The It... John Brown will hold services Cleveland O., I fi
+ Give In St.. Andrew* church next Sunday hotel. Mr. Auld' ha* hla handsome f' I
Melbourne and Fort Pierce. : kidney are deranged. Sold by the thin office, at reasonable rate. t
him
+ Ail launch with
and are cor
Red Cross Pharmacy. u* a bare of your work. morning evening. I It
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',?' : : farmer knows I tip, t 1 "" w Florida East (Coast H'y'


olr7EKtruck ,
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know) #11s.

; .._ IZj| ( that

POTASH is indispensable for producing i Watch this space for the new time-tabu! ,

January 9th the winter tourist
h'Ye On
truck ,
crops.
good-paying
schedule will be inaugurated ,

.

A liberal quantity of POTASH, I II with four trains daily

cyiM'
of each way.

with ample amounts
""y along _


'phosphoric- acid and nitrogen, is

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vital to successful truck growing."Truck NEW TIME TABLE.

, -0 -
book dealing with Commencing Deo.,22n anew schedule
pray
Farming, an interesting the Flo lda East
will be effective! on
i tical truck raising and valuable to every truck farmer, will Const Railway.

I be sent to farmers on request, free of any cost or obligation. i-> ir/I p VTiyiy-y >1 m J -- The new time card will vary consider-
; WORKS."r In effect, but
Addr.M. GERMAN KALI ably from the present one
.C ot Atlanta, Oa,-S8; York--03 Haa.au .tn. Each Week at the station
--N.w . Pour Sailings . those. employed
--- will
traveling: public In general, more
MILK. him a" Ionia for the beautiful. It re- of the arri-
time
PURE fines. him so that he will let others p BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK readily appreciate of the trains.

Hl.pn..ed From 16. take of his enjoyment. It stimulates val and departure
I, T. Standpoint Problem of I'roilartlon. civic pride, promoted love of home ancI Calling at Charleston, both ways) No. OS the Palm Beach and Miami

By CHARLU3 L, MARSHALL Mlchlgar/ country and thereby assists in makl, the Service Limited will leave Jacksonville dally at

( Ir It la unfit to( estimate that at loan him a !better" citizen. I'lants rocks wa- The Finest Steamships in Coastwise 8:20: p. m., arriving In rifuiviUe at 1:30 .

ter trees, have an educational value, Miami 8iO:: a, m.
Moro of tbo poopleot and at
TitO)( per cent or oven The New England and Southern Lines. a.. m.,
aside from the subject itself that IItlm. Clyde United. States and
any town or city are unwilling ta< Direct Service Between No. 20!), carrying
ulates reasoning from effect to cause.
pay extra prices to secure a milk prod- a power of analysis, a tenderness I1nd Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. Havana mail, leaves Jacksonville TItusville dally 2:18

act which la guaranteed to tie clem susceptibility! of mind, habits of I\eat- atOTOa.I) m., arriving In

And tree from Ulmmso fe'jrciu. Thej ness, and In addition have value 111 I (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) In the afternoon, at Miami lOtfB: o'clockIn

Imply tlemnuil cheap tnllk, and they teaching the natural sciences lotithbomvl........................SEMIWEEKLY.......... .....BAILINB9...... ..... ..... ..from Lewla Wbarf, Bostc the evening.
usually get It. Most of tho contamInations Northbound...,................... .... ....... .....froiu foot of Catherine Street JnckHonvili No. 03, baggage and mAil, also sleep-
to whirl milk Is prone will b Record I'rleo For Male. Ing cars leave Miami, at 8:20: p. m., arriving -

found during the milking process and The record price for mules was paId Clyde St. Johns River Line. in Tltnsville at 3:38 a. m., at
down in Kentucky the other day when
la tho inuulpulutlou! before cooling 01 Jacksonville\ 8:40: a. m.
'bottling.It one breeder sold twenty-five choice BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. leaves Miami at ft a. m., arriving
No. 71,
Consldc'
wennllngi at $110 per head. lierOBfonl DeLand and Intermediate landin -
St. Pranola ( )
Astor the
at Palatka In
Stopping o'clock
would be advantageous to have a Tltudvllle at iOS: :
this Js In
Ing their age and everything, on the St.Johns River, commencing Wednesday, November 15,2005.
);
table which van be kept clean stall probably the best figure ever obtain* afternoon and In Jacksonville at 7:30p.

Which would contribute no dirt cows for a like number of the hybrids. The STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONVILLE: and "FI6E1VJC: DeUAUVro m.

'which wero BO thoroughly clounwl oDd mule market It active everywhere and apM>lntecl to ....n.. follows i .Leave Jaeksonvlllu, dully except Saturday. 3.30 p. m.J Re The following trains vt 111 \Le added to

i, clipped that no dust or dirt would full young stock Is selling at good, figures! fuming leave Banlord dally except Sundays at 0.30 a. in.Cen'l North.Bottndltead the above schedule on January Oth.JTo. .

r from them a milker dressed lu a duck National Stockman. 13ot ,-Bonn.dnwn BCIIEU-LE. Read up. 35; Palm Beach and Miami Express -

suit and sterile, a milk pall that U free ..... ...... ............ Arr ve 2 a. .
Leave 330 ...... ..................Jackennvlllo Jacksonville 4:20: p. m., arriving -
from any contaminating material and A (Gaurantec Cure For Piles Leave 840 1'.10.m. ....................... .....P..I..lk.......... ................. Leave 8 COl". m.Le..v. leaves
p. ... .... ............ I"ave 9IM! m. 10:30 m., and at
<1 ......,..... .... . Astor . p. at Titusville p. .
30
Proper: apparatus for aerating, ooollng I Blind Bleeding Protiudlr'lien. Leave 4 ao.a.a. IU.m. ........... .......? ....St .rancl.. ........... ........... Leave 2110 p. m
and bottling nillk-I repeat that It Itching, ................. ...ltsreelonl (D..Land)...... .................Icave 101111. m. Miami 7:30 a. m.
'!. rugKlnts are Hiillv rlzed to rrand Leave 8311.. .. ...................... 8anfor. ,. .... ......... ....... Leave 9 80 a. m. and Nassau Special-all
Would be ndvniitagooua. It JII practical money if Pare Ointment falls I to Arrive Arrive 10:110 a. m.m. ..................... ...?Enterprise, ....................... ... Leave 10110.. w. No. 23 Miami 8
but only to the man who cnn curry tire In (0 to 14 day, !)lIo., lit the Red Parlor car train, leaves Jacksonville
these thIng: to execution. Only one Cross Plies macy, Tltusvllle Fin.I 1 Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville a. m., arriving at Tltuaville ]2:40 p. m.,

man out oC every hundred milk pro I ... M. IItO-f tOfOERt..JIAsot., O.m. Pans. Aftt./ 122 West Bay. St..Jacknnnvllla Fla. and Miami at 7:25 p. m.
ducers Is capable of doing it, lu my W. G.COOPER Jr.,Local Krt.Afft. .tacltannvlllB O. P. LOVKI.L Superintendent Jacksonville Deach and Miami Express
V hoot Hogan St.,Jaolcnnnvlle! Fla. No. 28, Palm
judgment.It; I FARM BREVITIESIn --1 A.O. HAOERTV. O"n'l Ejwt'n !'....... Ant.; New York CLVUB: MILNR.Oon. Frt. Agt., New York. leaves Miami at 5:10 p. m., Titus-
would ulso be desirable If there TII EO. O. KUKlt General Mauaiter. VM. V CLVDK A CO. lonoral Agents.Che.ehrougb ,
with hay UutldiiiK. 19 State St..Opposite t Battery Park, New Fork. vIlle 1:13 a. m., and arrive at Jacksonville
potatoes
1, could be a separate milking room spite of high prices
all the couveulences the water supply, moved very freely C. II. WALTON. Agent. 'rltu vnle. Fltv. at 7:40: a. m.
..
all
other utensils and belt) -- -- -- - 47 Miami and Nassau Special-
cooler aerator, and More and more Is the clover No. ,
,tho foul odors of the stable completely pushIng westward! and northward. 1 It Parlor car train, leaves Miami Silo a. m.,

eliminated, but all of these couveu- Is interesting to the clover growers ot riving at Tltusvlllo at 2 :ti0 p. m., and
Line
:r fences must accord with the cost of Ohio and Indiana to note the steadIness: Atlantic Coast R'y. Jacksonville at 7 :-10 p.m.

production. )f Ha northwestward march remark

Milk of Quality.If nil exchange.

the consumer Is: willing to pay 10 Winter ventilation for the poultr; THROUGH SCHEDULI

or 12 cents per quart for bin milk, then souse by means of the open or clot!

tho milkman or the milk producer overed front la now all the talk. Florida? Georgia Alabama Virginia
,
,
should bo compelled to produce that R. Diuwlddle of Arkansas says tha ,

'quality of mIlk; but if, on. the other where hogs are allowed free access to< North .Carolina and South Carolina. For information time-card etc.,

hand, the consumer Is willing to pay rotten seed they will probably poles

only B or 0 cents per quart then the themselves unless freely supplied with] The Great Highway of Travel Between ",

consumer must expect to have that other food. "L.d!' ..sk the -gSDt-

quality of milk furnished to blm. If Apples and potatoes are money bring- Florida the East West, North and South.
,
' we arc to fight for a pure mIlk supply era to( the farmers who have them tar .
for something that la -- ---
let It be a tight mobs this wlntpr.For .
definite and to tho point-something
that we know can be produced. It CONVENIENT SERVICE ELEGANT PDX.LMA.K EQUIPMENT, MAGNIFICKSTDIKINO
GAIO. Southern Railway
must be something that wo know canbe .

produced at a profit to the producer The NEW YORK AND FLORIDA :SPECIAL.:; ,

i The matter must be put ou a business ROUTE OF TUB | "DIXIK FLYER."
basis. \ FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN I;T'D. EFFECTIVE MAY 2$. 10O3.1

I MONTGOMERY, L. &. N.Kl.BiutviKU SJacksonville. "
-. TKAIJfS.; M No 20 NORTH AND WEST.
Trains EMt. No. I
LIMIT.EDCONVENIEN'l' Two Vestibule
& FLORIDA
Moody F.ed Hack For Bh.vu. BabiesFat I.CI1ICAOO .... ..... .....80 lIy :i iL.
Iv Jack.onv.U". Ifla. .. I
Lv ............$0By I SIOe LOOP/ ......... ..... .. ,,10L.
.. . ...
In the care'ot sheep In winter, when .. .. ........ " Ii 40.. 1040" Lv Jesup. Os.
METHOD OF TRAVELING.ATLANTIC Jesup.. .... .. tin .... .. ......... ...... ? 3'Ar '
good deal of hay la ted to them. It la .,. Savannah...._._........ " 1 \/0121ft.\ Ar l\l..on. ... " 1
a mile tickets Rood over 1 .OOO miles of railroad em- Col..mbla...... ..... ..... .' 6Mp S coo Ar At antaOn.-. ..... .. '. IiOreenbnro
racks that will COAST LINE 1,000 ArltnmeOu... .. ., ........ rAr
to have bandy ....... " / II Milo
.
.. .. 102/1'
necessary .
of $25 Charlotte ........ ?
sale at all principal agencies at rate Ar ... .... .......
account all of the South on ....... " I J:1a: 12111p ArIlILIt..n.lla.
preclude the waste which often occurs is of great racing> portions and reliable ........ .............. " tBlchmom.
from date of purchase. fullcomplete ....... ... ..... " :221a 210p Arl'hattanu"gaTenn
nAr
the fleece full iaoh. Limited to one year Dauville. ... ..............Q&C
and also. prevent Oiling to baby that is why nfonnatlon regarding rates schedules, l'ullman service, etc., call on Agent or ad. ..." .......... " 6118a BP2p Arl.exlnlCton.Ky Cincinnati 0 ... .... ....... .... T'Ar '
of ha>.need and the wearing off of the : a ; dress: 1.ynchb.I( .. ......... ... " 4II4 Tiol'Ar v Cmulnuatl.0....... ........ Four! FCharlotteavlile. .
wool ou the parts of the neck where fat. If Dlst. Pass. At. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. Ar .......... ".. 8laa Slop Archtcaga' 111.. ......... .... -I I IAr
roach through to get at the abies are your I fRANK C. BOYLSTON, ( Waehingtoo .. .......... II 9 Mla/ II1111') Llneltaltnnnre 1
the sheep 1:18 West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Ar .... /... II 11 3/1. It 2"p Lv 'Inclmtatl O..P.. .. " i''i iA'
? ..... .... ... .
Scott'sEmulsion : Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG,, Geu'l. Pass. Agent. ...... " J 4IIp :2 Slip Arl.hlo..jo.Ill. -
is We..tl.hlladell'hla.
jaby scrawny, II. M. EMERSON, Gen WILMINGTON N. C. ArNewVork. .. .. .. " 41:1: S :iO'a .v Clneinnatl. 4)............. ... H A n /'1N
AvChlcagnlll . ...,............ \
is what he ----.----.--_ u --- J :M.'Nw-or-.7Flor"la: ; Express." Lv Clllclnn..tl, ... .. ............C.l.'I.P! ': 8'
])Sly Pullman Drawing; Roamsleeptngcarl'ort ... ........... ...... I.
h vants. The healthy baby Tampa an"Jacksonville to 1Sew York. Arirnlott0. .. .!. ............... I.11 i I T.
_! :
ll SEA.,_ .Ai.: ';".3't-"W"'blnjttonantl" Florida' l.hnitedl. LvCrnoln"atS.... ... ....... 1.'u LI uealksonvtlletoNewYork. I";
f fat what it does ])ally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping C..r. Ar Pttf" JrIt. Pa. .. ... ........
tores as .., Lveinamnntl,0...... .. ...... .BigFnut'''8'i
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Art'leveeal. 0 ... ... ..... " /
foi -
lot need immediately Through "TUE LAND 01' THE SKY" I No. 30 LY Lexln.t.UI. liy. . ... ... .. ......B.I..lIy.. eifly

....... ......... 711II11 ArLilulsvllle. liy.................. .. FI.V '
..
bone and muscle. Fat "" " ArSt.I..111.. M....., .... ..... . ..
Savannah 0.. ......... ... ...... 12 Ina "" /o
ArColumhll..8. C................... : enter A'rnnlelon. Ala. .. ... ....... '
babies happy they do SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, A.hevllletvC" ................. 1 Ml' ArBlrndnph.mAfa.! . ..... .... " II'',
) are; ; Ar HotSprtnga.N.C............... ::13.Artolllpht.'Tenn.\ ; ...... .... ......Frl.ro '
BACK. '
KHttEP BALTIMORE PIIIL.ADELPIIIAlEW- YORK, .. ............. "
..
WASHINGTON, Knoxville.Tenn... .... .......... Steep Arli..allC'lt.IIt. -
hay. We present a drawing of the lot cry ; they are rich ;; Louisville. ................ .... ... ... 4tl tl58p 'II"mI"II". 'r"01)...... .. .. ........... I',".
.. .......... ......... .
Arf't.Lol1l...... ... !let Spring.. Ark. .... .. ......
hayrack: we have moat In uso on our fat is laid for . ArClnclnnntl.O.. .. ......... ......Q.eC 811S*
heir Trains
Elegant Dally M
sheep farm, and after having tried up . Two N" 13-"TIe FlorIda Limited. lJRllr'dRulYot P
back to /':". Pullman nrawhuf Room and vestibule train through dry ."." '
other kinds have come I
many ime pf need. They are Seaboard Mail. Bleeping Car between J""k.ouvIll8 and man Sleeping Car...J..klJnvl1l! to Claclnua'
this one. It Is easily made convenient Seaboard Express, Cincinnati. .. No. l3-i'nlltaanDrawingRoom BleepIntohetwen
for both shepherd null sheep. lappy because they areotnfortable. Jaekanuvllle Rlriuinghalu ..loadExcellent
The hay never gets out of the reach MODERN Dlulnlr Car Service' hILn..s. City and Colorado Sprine.ARRIVALS .

ot sheep If the rack la made at a proper : The fat surrounds PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
.
width, which I Is about three and one- Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.! AT JACKSONVH.T.K.From (!(all
Lt N E Operating "
ONLY
their little nerves and Florida Limited"
half feet anti tho length can be made> New York Washington-No. 21', "Waahlnuton
(\
2\1'11
... I
These racks From New York Wa.hiogtoneto-No.33"Washmgtcnanti: ; Florida Express"
fourteen or sixteen feet. to cushions them. When For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent From Cincinnati Ashevllle eto-:So 29, "Wa hlng'ou and Florida Limited". .. .. > (wu'
can be made In such a manner as .. ... .. H 3S"\
... .
Answer for partitions between two those Seaboard, or writeA. From Chicago, Cincinnati Atlanta. eto.-No. 14,"Florida Limited"
hey are scrawny
apartment In the sumo barn. It will O. MAtDONELL AR*t. Gen. Pass. Agt.. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pans. Agt.JACKSONVILLE. J. O. 3LiTJSI5:., Dlst. Pass. Agt..
also be well to make them so there will serves are hurt at every Fla.II. .
be no sharp corners projecting or narrow FLORIDA. 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville

pussnges between two rocks or tngentle touch. They C .l
sheep will frequently get hurt.-Iowa -- 50 YEARS1EXPERIENCE' . HA RDWICK, P.T. )St.WaebingtonII.C.! \T. H.TAYLOE,0.1'.A.Wahl"gtumtBROOKS
Homestead. delight! in Scott's Emul- 4 I MORGAN, A.O.P. A Atlanta.Ga.

FOLEYtPrevents =--
.
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School G........... .,iion. It is as sweet as i 1 -

Whatever leiula n boy to asm.mbh i wholesome to them. A Always Remember the FWl Naroe

the comfort* and elegancies of life

around his habitation tends. to Increaao ;. '
ANDY AR
HOr V .
local attachment and render domestic Send for free sample. .'"W '''- . .axative Promo Q.uininE
.
MARKS
TRADE
life more delightful thud not only augmenting '. ." "
lib. own enjoyment but Ba aura that this picture In Serious Results -'f fV-t\j DESIGNSCOPYBICHTS &C. ,

strengthening his patriotism and making a the form of a label I.l on the AnTonffqntnxlf ." "*1I T A trt..h! .find <....crt)>f1rm. runt <.
him a better citizen There lit noenjoyment 'O s wrapper of every bottla of From a Cold. toy i.tiilnn j--4J.*i r pr i"" ..,.epwnn-tHt" o4,i ahT ii Ino.., G whi nnnl.,'her ant Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip inTvBox.
or recreation! which affords Emulsion you buy. the tlimMHrrtctlvrxout ," ,, j. HANOROQK( on I'BI.M.I.
Remember name Ore.. Vh1..t .pry for Bwimrutir ptUentH.tbrmuh .
Ito mind greater or more permanent Munn t (; receive
Pnt<'uiA t tin t <>
Hutlsfactlou than that of cultivating: a r Scott $- 'BowneChemists FoUy's Honey and Tar. Insist I .\Iff..i**II . en :: .
laslo for the beautiful In nature upon having the genuine. S\I nUrh: JJmcrican. cJ. i.Cs

Therefore the school ground that has 409..'., ffart Jtrfft Thr. alr.e! JSo. SCO a/.O0 A hiinrt..oiti..l. I11n.f ralml "_"'". iMrmrnt circulation
Instructive of of .(*i..titttto Journal. Term.$J a
natural and groups any
,)(.ru York Prepared only by ..
.L1.? rear fonrmnntb.,81. tfulii bjall naw> plants and vines will influence the Foley A Company. Chicago. FOlmnONFXARDTAR IIPrevauta
'"" York I'
the It assist the 50o. .nJ $1.00 MUNN & Co. "V"1" New PoeIf
mln"s of pupil
.e. All Druggists Hell Cross Pharmacy llraucb um..... CS I .. .." .....D.c. .tope the cOVoctb aDd bea1elualt.
tylld; to observe!!!! !and!.. .cultivates! within '





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE T1Tt SVILLE. FLA. FEBRUARY 2. 1906. 1 t t tI
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TITUS VI ::. I
:
JAC:80NVILLE. OBMOND DEACU. T
*

*INDSOR HOTEL . AT ORMOND BEACH, :FLA. Sembler Cottage TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '
Bretton Inn ... .
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S NOW OPEN' Open All the Year. Good Board and Attention. I
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL= :
REASONABLE RATES.::
Situated directly on the famous Ormond automobile race course. Goc
garage accommodations. Steam heat In rooms. Transient rate $:l.OO() Rnd Two door from F. E.:: C. Railway Station:\ Tltusvlllo.

fai\U; \ per day. Weekly rate, fUio *21. Florida East Const Railway; ( MRS I A. J. SEMIU.KH: Proprietress.: .
miles south of Jacksonville :
ANDERSON A PRICE HOTEL COMPANY,
S. KENNEV: Manager. Proprietors. PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA.Firstelans < .
WH. r.
.
-
--
--- -------
---- --- -- - In
Retail
Hoard nt Reasonable Rates. Restaurant( mxl Grocery
? AA'TOXA. Bonncntlon. MISS. M. L. PKACOCK, Prop. tl

u' ae '

t Hotel Grand Atlantic DAYTONA FLORIDA., ICOCKi.h1)II.

,
New Rockledge Hotel


The Mont Beautifully LI ontoil Hotel In this ort-tlh'tJctly on tIlO

Halifax River. Only hotel with large lawns 2HX sq. ft veranda A.n.c1.: y{- .

Spacious cflloe, Sun Parlor, Billiard, and Smoking Rooms Four Piece .
Orchestra. All\ model convenience Rooms single or en suite with bat]II.

Rates moderato Ownemhin's management Hotel Plaza, j; j .


J. II. JOHNSON & SONS.: rl.c:1n. j
F1c>: : : t
n.ools.loca: ; so t.

DODGES CUGT.ENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS Duth of tho'o model hotels me situated\ In tbo midst of bearing orange '
------ - -- -- ------ Daytona House DAYTONA, FLORIDA groves, overlooking the bniiiitlful Indian\ River;complete In every iletall, inj:
,
t.ith. Steam heat. The very host flaking
with
eusulte pilvato
eluding rooms
West Bay and Ced.ir' Streeta.
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL Dally uxournlnns by launch to points of Interest. Howling
and
> JACKSONVILLEFLA.Amerloan Open;:all the Year. Block from Postoflico, .Jauk and Principal! Stoics. Alley hunting.Casino containing billiards pool and other 1\ln08. Two concert

plan. Centrally located. Just built and open Rates: $2,
C. A. KENNEY, Proprietor.Formally . Special weukly I Yew:: Rocklodgo Hotel! anil Hotel Plaza now open. Personal
ed thin season. Fine cooking,.: and good table. Hot and Cold Water
of "The Kennlce.\: management of
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All II. R. and P. A. SHARES.

s.'eet cars pass the door. Rates, $2., to$2.50 per day The Pines DAYTONA. FLORIDA. ----- ---- --- -- -- j

J. WALKER :ii8: 'South Rtdgewood Avo!
J.rs. A. Proprietor. ,
ROCKLEDOE} ,
River
Indian
Hotel ; ,
-A NEW HOUSE- FLORIDA. ,h
iTew Travelers Hotel FLA.
JACKSONVILLE, Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Bathe Furnace [lent.
Rates O and TCNTIHELYUKNOVATKD<: and MODERN Til ROim I1OITT.
-On the American and European Plan- : $2. per day upwards

Under new mauagetnent. Newly> fUl'nlllholantl, renovated. A pleasant 18-4 111 US. J. II. HINSKY< Proprietress I of Florida '. ,
family home Rates: American Plan, *:.OU() and $2 50> ; European, SOcts It situated In an Orange: drove, and In the heart of the garden spot
and up. All cars form Union Station: stop at the door.II. A sub-tiopleal legion on the bank of tho famous Indian River.
W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. '\ '
'I'
\
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Jioen Cove Spilngs is under tho The Cleveland, DAYTONA, FLORIDA 7 t.
same management. CUISINE HAMK\ : AS AT ELBRUON: HOTEL: ,, l KLBERON< N. J. '

to tt/' 9

MAGNOLIA. SIMUNCfS. Boating, Hunting, Fishing, Orchestra, Eto. r l; "
baths Rates: fa.OO: (><> to 43.01)). .
Hl'onnl11th or Ithlng! ,
S. 13. GREEN, Proprietor.IYY C :
"1"
81-12 '
Hotel Also' Manager of ELBERON Ir0'rFT: (
Magnolia Springs J\r JORDAN IVIgr.. Elberon' Now York. '

. .... *
-. --- --- )h; k>
(St. Johns River) MAUNOLlA SPRINGS, FLA. INN DAYTONA, FLORIDA.) - n IIKUITT.. ;

:23! miles south of Jacksonville; b.v Atlantic Coast Line R'y and liver steamen -----_- !1 tf" (
fireplaces In all rooms. /Steam hea''. Elevator.: Electric Lights I'm ,
Spring Open Water. Dry Climate. No Mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf Links Tenuli, Will satisfy those who desire elegance with nil comforts and convenlencei RIVER VIE'HOT'E' 31 ERh11"CIST..1N1)1 1 FLA. '
Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools nnd baths. *4 per day; specie: [ /, On the banks of the Indian River. 1

tfeekly intes. O.. 1>. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager.,.: MRS. FOLT'Proprietor. Opposite Rocklcdpo) and Cocoa Mai Ions. Kino< Boating, Bunting, and FUltIIIK. j'.'

-- -- /:. Rates per, day, |2.r>0 and *i.OO: ); per week, "lII.JllIntl! ()( ) upward.
ST. AUGUSTINIC. Write for booklet.W. U. LORE, !'rol>. .
The Cedars DAYTONA, FLORIDA -. I 9 "

: ,
I 1\UIBUItNI': ';.
I NEW HOUSE. HOME CO IFOnT8. ,'"

I DAY BOARD. NEAR!: HALIFAX RIVER MKLltOUKNK\ FLORIDA. '
Hotel Carleton Ii ;
New
18-12 MRS. war JACKSON, 1'ROPR. Itrevunl County.
and Hentihlcit Point on the INDIAN \Ii[VEIL" Hotel
"Highest
'
,
,light,: bath room on }'po
------- - ---- -- -- --- with wide vurnndaH. Sanitary' !plumbing (gaa I
AYTONA ii l ACIi. every lloorand pivato baths, fiiinauolinat: and good InkIng water. '
Two blocks. from, KiiUioiut latlon, and near Crime Creek launch .
harbor Excellent Huhlng and I Hunting. JI"tosfJ.rJO: per day and
d7 nfliTh'r' ft J. M.\ FEROUHON.Hotel :\ ;,
, LC1 rtrrr.91 It up.
The Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ------. --- ----- s sA

FLOHIDA.
V-LJ" seas Bellevue MELBOURNE, .
Is now opnn for the winter n, under the, management: of the owner, j., ;l
,,4fen.M'Tftgzo HORACE F. tlTK\V: A H'I'. HimUome and new, situated on Dayt"fla healthy winter resort on high pine land, over-looking Indian] Hlver. "
Bench, the hotel In modern In nil Its appointments, with large, airy, pleat. Rates: if2 and upward per day. Special' rates per week or season t ,
>! iBOOT. ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The Mario Amusement Co.'s -Write for rates to- C e
Casino and Pier. Terms moderate. '
HORACE F. STEWART: Owner and Manager -deuAar J4:. M. CAMPBELL: R. W. OAML'liELL, t aManager. a
: Proprietor, '.
to1 Ponoo noLoon, --- 1 1
- -
MURRAY Manager. IIKACII. \ $14,
PALM
Pinehurst BEACH
The F DAYTONA FLORIDA

'
3cach CJ' : b Cafe ,'
.
20,4 DAYTON C. BELKNAl', Prop. : ,

IOTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE.. (Incorporated J) v

OPEN JANUARY IBTIt.Adjoining < r I
I
Lone Bay Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA ) grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm peach, on tho north a


First door east of ,Postofllco. Hales:Formerly f IJ.O to fl.IIII:Ooodall.< ); special by the week. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours '
,.
& I
,
e6 Now Open /6" 8-4 MRS. I. DAUOHARTY, Proprietor.Nhlte Firnt-rlass Chef, Cuisine and Service! K+

-Oi>oio. to; JJLflCoxaa.'tooDrs c::>n.1v- ,

Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours.I1OYNTON. M

HOUSe AND DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA - '
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ANNEX '
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. i

On Seabreeze avenue, near Ocean aDd Automobile Raco Course.

Terms moderate. Hotel mnrxTox, FLOKIDA.At ii.
House Renovated Good Northern Cooking Boynton ,

I 18-tI F.. L. HOWARD, Owner and Manager.! foot of Lake Worth, 12 miles south of Palm Beach, on Ocean Ridge '

Good Bathing: Fishing, Boating and Hunting. New Dining Room nail, I
FLORIDA.
low St. ST AUGUSTINE, ------------- ---- ------------------- t 1
George Rotunda. 150 foet from ocean beach, with HO foot elevation
,
SLAlIIIIE'LE.: : t
For Information apply. 1tOYN'1'OYIOTEl, CO., t
IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON.Elevator. Boynton, Fla.
ENLARGED AND 2-3 t :
.

Steam heat In every room. Private Baths. First-class, up-t lotel Colonnades SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. 1 AMI. }i't,

booklet.M .
day. Send for ,
and
date hotel. $2.50 up per ,i'
MIAMI, FLORIDA, .
Owner and Proprietor. Now open for season IttO.VC.! : The' Gautler ,'t" ,
B. MONTGOMERY of HuestU House, Saratoga, Corner Avenue C, and tuli Street.

NEW' OWNERSHIP. NEW MANAGEMENT' Under New MalJl\ "moDt. Cuisine and /Service:: }'Int.cla ll.. ",I j jNW I .


-ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA.. Cuisine Unexcelled. All Northeru Uelp. Mlt.Ol'"tN-.:J. N. FEASTER!: Proprietress.. "Ivy 11 S'tit
' Granada
he Hotel Rules on Application. Booklets. _,_ I,. t ; '.

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.Most [ 18-12. OEO. II. BENNETT, Manager. :NF.1Y Yolt1C. d
directly opposite the i Ponce, de situated on the Alameda
beautifully used
Leon and Alcazar hotels. The dairy, poultry and vegetable products day
f2.60 per
In and the upwards.Hotel Granada Rooms are alcove drawn, single from or our en own suite.farm., with Rates or without private The Clarendon 8 EA B REE/.E-D A YTONA, Hotel Marlborough W

baths. Special rate per week and 'parties.FULLER A McGRATH. FLORIDA. r ""
It H- Broadway, 30th and 37th Streets, New- York '" J
; t )
Completely Renovated end transformed In every department. Most centrally I
,AUGUSTINE' FLORIDA. Now hotel BroadM ELECTRIC LIGHTS! and TELEPHONE
lorida House ST. ---f Open l located on y. J
la the house
ID every room '
FAVORITE.Most EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200) bath rooms. Rates: .1.1I1) and upward J I'
TRAVELERS'
TOURISTS' AND KNAPPE without! bath. |:2 and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath$3: If I
beat; more L. POTTER C. H. f 3 ,
team E.
centrally located with all modern Improvements, and upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath 43 and upward. tSWEENEYTIERNEY
hotel In the city. ' ti''
other COMPANY; lul
HOTEL
than any .
rooms with southern exposure I '
Accommodates 230. Rate t 2.1 50 to *3- per dT Proprietor. Manager E. M. TIERNEY Manager.: ;

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TTTUSVILL1C. FLA'. F'EIDRU\ARY\ 2, 1906.

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..................................................... A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION.On ADDITIONAL LOCALS. .? : -G

: We have been dealers in dla. i CLOTHIERS -
UP-TO-DATE
Sunday January 28, Mr. Wm. -Owing to the crowded state of our THE ,

IDIAMONDSII I : monds and other precious stones spending Evans, of tbe ltUJdletowD winter In, N.our Y.,attractive who Is columns, this week, editorial and otber. MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHER'

.
mutter had to be )left out. ;
since the establishment of *, little town, celebrated his eightieth birth.deli. -
: ************************: ourt: On this occasion his daughter and -Mr. David Dixon Trexler, one of Titul villo = F1.or1c1.>lA

; I *: business In 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. :t nieces membered made by the this day gentleman one long to who be has rn- Chicago's prominent lawyers, has been -- SCDLOSS BROS' ,

I : reached such a ripe age, and Is yet hale m Tltusvllle a few days this week. I
r i =We the middleman's profit=
save you and hearty. A tempting! dinner was pre. Fine
N. -Ic pared, and the table was gaily decorated -Are you looking for beans? If you Ready-made Clothing :

with roses and bright; flowers cut from are Crenshaw Bros., of Tampa, have
1 $1O J to $18.J !
n/ a; Jr( > WKITK FOIl OURCATALOGUE. our January.Florida gardens In the month of them. Read their ad. on our 4th page. ) -I

While Mr. Evans' friends New York -Mr. W. C. Thomas, of Wilmington, KNOX, STETSON and HAWKs:
E i JEWELERS A: IlWr WTKK8. :: are seeing snow and Ice, he Is enjoying N. C., Is now bookkeeper for PiitchettJJros '

Jacksonville Fla. :t fine sunslilny weather, and we trust bin. Titusvllle office. Hats
41 West Bay St. I ., at their
.. future years may be as bright as our
***************************************************** Florida days. -Mr. John H. Same, a prominent and 41 : $3. to $5.
Mr. Evans III having/ the, names of of ,
well-known Courtenay --
orange grower -
,e - all the of
streets placed at the corner
: :a.: L. :1tdIOToT.aO'V'P'' .. THE AUTOMOBILE RACES.: each,at Ms own expense, so that strangers was a pleasant caller at this office yesterday SCHWAB CLOTHING CO.,

1 :I can find their way around our town ;
ll'lI I Isp Saturday wan it much bettor day for This Is most commendable of this Ready-made Clothing for Boj
Ii -Capt. H. C. Bus e, of Minneapolis! ,
I i' and his generosity! will be
the automobile the Ormon.1nlytona
ruses on t I
I'' Beach than usual, but Sunday greatly appreciated by our citizen! as well Minn., Is stopping at Mis. Corwins. Ue i1 'k r ,' ;Cd p $1.50 to$1O All Sizes.

I t DUZ anil Monday were beautiful sunshiny as the strangers/ within our gates Mr. la suffering from rheumatism, and came SaifL' -

: Q'l'::. days. Tho 100 mile race caused no end Evans ban been a pleasant caller In the to'litusvllle for relief. EDWIN CLAPP and CROSSF'I i'P I
of excitement, for the racing for ,"xty.el ADVOCATE office on several, occasions
'
sp ; OLD crLl7 ]Z17: ht miles with no tire on one wheel, -Mrs. K. P. I'oroberand children have i Shoes
giving an exhibition of cool, nervy driving CHURCH NOTICES.Rev. returned to their home In Cocoa after a

I I RYE wl usxlr that stirred the spectators as has pleasant visit with :Mr.! and Mis. D. A. $3 to $6.50.
else
nothing during the tournament,
WalterCllllord-Earp, of England, amidst John W. Walker will officiate 'all Blodgett, of Daytona.Mrs. w It s re.nre.e --
the cheering of thousands, on Saturday follows on Sunday, Feu. 4: MANHATTAN and QUAKER <"ITT
U. II. Pattlshall, of Geneva,
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afternoon smashed all previous records Cocoa, St. Marks church.- -
for 100 miles, and won the Minneapolis Sunday school at 00::! a. m. and Mrs. It. E. Polar and little daughter, e. t ShirtsSOFT

;/ cup trophy, and the now woild's record Morning/ prayer at 10.31)( : a. m. of Tampa, are visiting their sister, Mrs.J. >CHLOSS BROS.&CO.
{/k. stood at 1 hour lu minutes 40:2 6 seconds, Finn Clothe Makers and STIFF FRONTS:
.
\I (I/'" Tltusvllle, :st. Oabi lei's church. A. Begg, of Titusvlllo. a..e .v..f.N
.' nearly 3 minutes under .the previous Munday school 0:30 a. m. $1.25 to $2.OO.
I ;t ........-.... tcord. It was England's day on the Bible class at ::30: p. m. -Miss Jeannette Wilson: left Tuesday At all times a complete stock of every-

: Fine Liquors, Wines Beers, famous course and It8a the Union Evening prayer at 7:30 p. m. afternoon for Palm Beach, where she thing that MEN ANT BOYS WEAR.All QUEEN QUALITY
I Jack that floated proud': at the head of
Ales, Stout, Eto.J3J" I I the green Napier an It sped across the Rev. !M. Walker will officiate. as followson will be found in charge of the news goods marked In plain figures!

Send:! mo your orders! (Inlull lino. It was a race won by the Sunday next, Feb. 4: stand at the Royal Poinclana. Strictly One Price to All. Shoes for Ladies$2.BO'to

sheer! pluck and nerve of Mr.\ Earp victory Eau Oallie, St. Johns church.
TITUSVILLE and COCOA: FLORIDA. snatched! from the very jaws, a; during Bible class at 2:30: p. m. -Take note of the new nd. of Milton Mall orders specialty., $3.50.

i dash for honor, but a dash backed I Holy Communion, 11:00a. m. Elliott!: on our 4th page. He Is preparedto

by unflinching courage and perseverance, Melbourne, Holy Trinity church. do all kinds of painting/ papeihangIng These brands me tecogulzed! leaders In style, fit and finish. Sold only by Leads

Bobbins & Graham Co. and right well was It rewarded.In Morning; prayer at 10:1)0:) p. m. kalsomlniug, etc. Give him share WE SFLL TIlE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY,
consequence of Earp winning this Rev. Dr. Uubose will officiate.
i of'your work. .._ ..
Important be and his wife -- --- -- ---
race, were There will be preaching/ Titusvllle --- ------- -- --

(Incorporated.) /given a reception at Hotel Ormond on at 11 a. m., and at Cocoa at 7:30 p. m., -There 1'1'11be' \ a regular meeting of
,rAID UP CAPITAL W,000.00; tn.ilmdav:\ evening, while the British 23ardware: Stoves Oils
Sunday, Feb. 4th, by the Pastor, Rev. Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of : ., ,
Union Jack was waved, the famous hotel
This W. F. Alton. All are cordially invitedto .
owns
company orchestra played "God have the King," attend the services. Eastern :Star: on Tuesday evening next, PAINTS; CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.

:XJLl.: IfcT ZD S, and cheers and hand,clapping rent the Rev. J. 13. Hawk, who has been ap- at their Chapter room in the Masonic
air. Mr. John C. Wettmore of New
,
A full attendance is
appointed to the Melbourne-Georglana building. expected.
it the Indian River Country; On the St. York, made quite a neat little speech. .
the fourth
and the reply of Mr.I who modestyrClipoDded charge for, year, will preachat
Earp, If have houses to
you any or rooms
Lnolo River; at New River and on ayIIJoayne. City Point on Sunday morning, Feb! ,
was enthusiastically applaud 4th, at 10.10 o'clock.ATRIPONTHE. rout, send us your ad. at once, as we are
Prices to suit the times. ed. Mi. Earp, however, thought that .
Mr. E. Cedilno! who came in second, getting a number of letters from Northern
Send for;; Land List. should have been Included in the reception INDIAN RIVER. people, asking for particulars of

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. although he very much appreciated houses and rooms along the East Coast. ., ,
the many attentions showered upon him Last Sunday a small party left Titus Fe Ipi tulry, ie ql i e

and his wife by the large conoourse of vIII, by launch, for a day's" outing down -This ofllce: loes not know everything! kr o '

East Coast Meat Market people Who were present. the Indian River. The launch left TI. "by long odd," so If yqu know an Item r I} .

The summary of this exciting centuryrun tusvllle at I 0 a. m., and arrived at Cocoa of' Interest. do not think It too much
was an follows; before the u triuble to write the Item and send It Into
O. F. DUREN, Agent. One-hundred mile free-for-all championship banks' of the river under the large oak,
: they spread their lunch, after which they the ADVOCATE: oflice. Write it plain. 1 1t

Whn by Clfford-Earp, of England, (>i- left for Ruckled e. The day wan a beau. especially Initials and Dam'elandon l rlpt, i 4itw 'ter

rn of I horsepower gasoline Time, 1:13:1025.Second : ; : tiful one, and the time spent In viewingthe ; one side of the paper. -
11fJJ -K. Cedrlno, 110-horsepower. p'eUYllACes, and large hotels, of
+ rte. Time, 1 :IUm.'J'hlrdlIlIfard: Cocoa and liockledge was a pleasantpassti -Subscribers to the ADVOCATE: have 1 1I ,
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co ().hor epower. Time ,. me, been sending in checks and postofllce _
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rty > 1 :.1:05.() The loft Cocoa homeward bound
party orders rather freely of late, but there q
p&: : Lancia, larding/ and Chevrolet did
: at 4 p in", reaching home by moonlight,
-- not 1lnl b. feeling well paid for their time spent. are a few of our subscribers who are I .n

Older at start, thirty seconds separating The party was composed of the Mlssea still ,In arrears, and their attention Is ,
races-Chevrolet, Earp, Codrlno, handle and Kate Stewart, Miss Nora Jov called to the nameanddateslip pasted -,.

_. entS .Lancia, Harding, .Milliard. ner, Mrs. D. 11. Prltchard, Mrs W. II. week. '.. ,.;../;' ",., \
:: : -" Order at 10 miles-Earp, Cedrlno, McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson upon their paper or wrapper every

a Lancia, Chevrolet, Illlllaid, Harding.At and Messis. Clad Stewart and Jack Cone. -Mr. C. W. Seamans, whose annual
3 28: miles-Earp, Cedrlno, Lancia, .
Illlllard, Chevrolet Harding. visits are a great pleasure to his friends
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Waller Hardware Oo.
At 40 miles-Cedrlno, Lancia, Earp, PALM BEACH MOTOR RACES. In the Alcazar, came In Thursday with : : : ,

r Illlllard Harding Chevrolet. Miss Relners and Mr. and Mrs. T. G. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
At 68 miles-Cedilno, Eaip, Hilllaid, Or Tuesday, with weatliea conditions ,
Loomis, his daughter and her husband; .._ ..
Lancia Chevrolet: and Ideal beautiful -- -
Bros. Harding drop with Lake Worth, admittedly - - --- -- -- -- - -- - -
Hodgson ping out. the fastest stretch of water In they are now at, Ormond where they N11111N111N111111NN111NNNNNNNN1H11F

i At 70 miles-Cedrlno, Earp, Illlliard. the United States, for the course and have spent many seasons. Mrs. Sea- .
EAU OALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA. At SH: miles-Earp, Cedrlno: Hilliaid. with all events) programmed for the day mans will pay her visit later, the pros- :t A.. I\loRoAN,1'ro1rletor. Du. E. R. BLAKKWOOO: Roglsterod DruggiPt.S
On Monday, which was a beautiful started promptly by the officials, no .
of little now 16 months
:Marine sent a grandson :
Railway. sunshiny: day, the lace for the Times- more auspicious opening could have .
GUneral.Merohants and Ship Chandlers. Union Trophy was won by Victor, marked the first day of the second old detaining her In her home Mr. bea- t
Demogeot, of Tails. The feet was ,ao- annual regatta of the Palm Beach Power mans took the first automobile to Or
..Special Facilities.. -- ------ boat Association.\ e1
mond and promoted the first races there, _: RED PHARMACY
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on page ] Among those on Indian River who en
but hal now lost interest' In them.-The
for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing tered their boats were: A. J. Ooode, Geo. ,

Yachts and Launches. A FACTORY CLOSED.The Olngraii, I.. F.!: Pettee.C. S. Coggin, G. F. 'fa tier. :.
Paddison l and u. J<... Andrews. ;: -
Ex-Governor William L. Douglass,
Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. In the 1S: -knot race for the higher
Manetto Factory, of Miami, of Massachusetts, with Mrs. Douglass
boats In Class A., the 23" owned
where iM. 1<;. of Titus power TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
English
vlllo has Capt.been for, time by Oeosge Ulngras, of Rockledge: won and two friends, Miss Jennie Richmond i -
employed some ,
handily, and was cheered roundly by and Miss Louise L. Gould, of Brockton, '
has shut down peunanontly. The dryIng -A Complete Stock of-
West End the she orossnd the finish
Pharmacy kilns are to be moved to Cape Sable, line.spectators as are at the Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine,

and the dried bark of the mangrove will for a month's visit Mr. and Mrs. Doug. i PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
EAU OALLIE, FLA. be shipped to New York. It Is said the
BOUGHT A RESIDENCE AND lass have formed the pleasant habit of E"
S. C. Hodgson, M. D., R. P., scarcity of mangroves In Dade countywas
Proprietor. the cause of the factory closing.Mr. / ORANGE GROVE. spending a month there each, season.! I' 2 "Prescriptions Filled with the ,

I Wm. M. Brown, of Titusvlllo and This was Interrupted)last; winter, as Gov. :
Utmost Care and
Corner of Young and Houston Streets. Promptitude"WE
Miami I Is interested in this tannic acid
Mr L. R. Decker on Tuesday purchased ernor Douglass found It Impossible to .

Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's factory. _________ the beautiful orange grove and residences l. relinquish the cares of his office even fora 2 WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

/Sundries Cigars, Stationery, Perfumery owned bv Mr. \V. W. Kenyon, of short trip south consequently they
Toilet Articles, RAILROAD MOTOR CAR. Brooklyn, N. Y., situated a short distance doubly welcome; now. Mr. Douglass are +_-..*.+.+.+...+.....+.......+.....++._.+...... ._.+_....=
n
Souvenir Cauls, southwest of the Tltusvllle Ice
Candies, Eto. Mr. It. M. Flaglor has ordered a rail- Factory. There are 12J acres of land in has not stopped off In Tltusvllle for '"
road; motor oar capable of holding/ fifty the above purchase" Including 500 bear- several years. Gov. Douglass and party ZLi. SIES.-AuID":: : cSS J J.bciO.-I

Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. people. This car Is expected shortly, Ing orange, grapefruit and other trees. will be at Hotel Ormond In Feb.
as It has already boon shipped via New The purchaser is a progressive contractor -DEALERS IN-

Orleans, and will bo placed in operation And builder, and improvements will -The Taller, bas the following to say GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT
E. Vesey Hall between Jackson vlllo urnl Atlantic Beach. soon be In order on this valuable prop- about one of the ADVOCATE'S! valued ,
XX XX The Union Pacific ha made successful erty..ere Julia street cleared and Improved We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER-
subscribers the
I j Georglana, Fla. I I experiments In the motor car for track to the residence of Mr. Wetmore : Among returning We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coning

I use, and thore noema no reason why one this propery would be brought into close guests to Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine / ers... Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

33OLat1; :Bui1c1erAgent should not be equally successful on the proximity to Titusville. are ;Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lnlmbeor, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.wt .

for New Superior Motor, East Coast Hue.KILLED. of New York, who are expected: each --_. -

A HUNTING PARTY. season for long visits. They are fond of
Have h. p, on hand; call and see It. c
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Estimates and prices furnished on IN A WRECK the old city and delight in, the hotel TER C

application. Game In the neighborhood of Titus. The Major, for the gentleman Is entitledto

A head-on collision between a north vlllo has been quite plentful this winter, the title, will\ a little later spend sometime -Dealer In-
bound passenger train and a southbound and big: bags! or game have been sent Into A All
fishing In Indian River Mrs. Lalm- STAPLE AND FANCY FRUIT
GROCERIES HAY
GRAIN
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH freight, on the Seaboard Air Line, near this town by the hunters. Early on ,
,, Columbia, S. C., about( 7)0::) o'clock on Friday morning last another hunting beer remaining! here Mr. Lalmbeer was PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS

Wednesday morning, was the cause of party left Tltusville for the woods, fully a member of the famous Seventh regiment TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.Walker .
Brewing Asso's.famous the death of two Florid mall clerks, one equipped to spend week or more roaming of New York City, and Is now on -
of them being Mall Clerk II. A. Patlllo, through the wild country like the the staff of Brigadier-General James Me-
of On teen, and the other M. C. Watkins, Seminole Indians of Florida. In the
at. Linda Keg anti Hot of Putnam Hall. Both engines, three party were: Dr. Jo:. E. Rollins and Mr. J.M. Leer, command. the Second brigade WlU B.

tied liver. freight cars, mall, express and combination Osbnn, of Titusville; Mr. L. U. Mrs. Lalmbeer Is handsome, has a charm-
car were completely demolished Clarke. of Toronto, Canada; and Messrs
log personality and has admiring
Hold by Mesan. J'.A. Losley andR. sings, many -- Dealer In -
Edgar A. Freeman" and T. G. Coulter, of
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U Mutlow,Tltl101'lIIeFla. Philadelphia. They were a merry parly, friends. Sto/plo and: Fancy: GrocexieS: ,
i U Mr.R.L. Motlow.Coooa, VI*. A MARINE RAILWAY. and a. they hud beautiful weather while -
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Contractor T N. Decker has a gang camping woods, they enjoyed every minute,In Draylnj Fruits ar: .d Negate es,
JOSEPH ZAPF the
& CO.
of men at work building/ marine railway
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Say. Gra.1c. Fee
for the LorillardBuetCo. Titus The above party returned to Tltnavllle : :
Draylng or hauling of all Inds
: prompt)
Sole Distributors, villa. The ways are being built, on the yesferdiy Afternoon, having killed ly attended to. Meow. all trains. Stove -Your Patronage Solicited
:30 while the hunt. irkeleaven
quail on Mr. Cl:
east Hide of the large building owned by wood for sale at'all
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times TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
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( for Palm Beach and Messrs.
% F.iea
Mr. Adhemar Brady, nt the end of the
810 to 0.20 West Bay Street City Wharf, which the l.orilhird Boat man and Coulter for Miami, on the .par. II. E. HOLTEX. Titusville. - --- .. _...

r JACKSONVILLE. FLA Co. ban leased from Mr. Urad". The lor car train, today.
marine railway. will\ be about 80ft. In Shoe Itejtalrliig. INDIAN ;RIVER ICE FACTORY-
length, whore all kinds of boat repairing Blacksmith nod Keimlr Shop.
John White & Co. .. ,
will be attended to. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
LOUISVILLE KY.Eo..I1. I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng -
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._ ....' k + If you want a new wagon, or an old and do not forget It. Opposite Ja prepared to furnish Ice In any; quantity-Sacked or loose. Special atttD

8_....,_......... ..... t a. Drajinj: nud-ilauling. one repaired, write me. I pay freightone Pritchard A Son. ANDREW GIBSOX.Tltusville. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my; motto.T. .
way. J, D.'ENNH! ,
FURSand All kinds of draylng and hauling/ Titusvllle Fla., Fla. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
attended to and Satisfaction '
promptly
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Hide. ,
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....n , guaranteed. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
I eo.-- JOHX KETTLES, Tltusvllle. Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE:? remember the ADVOCATE office SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TnEADVOCATE.a .






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