Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 9, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00437
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS John IE. Walker cV; Co., The Up-To.Dato Clothing Hois\!> < I>o m Need<< New 8lios ? Neat! TltiiMvltle! Property, Fla.,, AMONG THE HOTELS ,t\ 3! ''I'

For Sub.. -
.riilliiH Kliiio, Feb. lil.

LI General litotes Carries n full line of Clothing, Gent Tho only store of its kind in the cly. / The ADvocATE is on (lie at all the
(I Topic'of Fine residence nut tract of land, con)
Furnishing Good. Boots, Shoes hat Our leaders:; Settle, / then Now what: you want Is taming 21 acres, part of which is a FlucORANOEliiOVE best<< hotels In New York city !

Reading notice ads. are ten oents Caps Underwear Shirts eto. ; Trunk Schton Bros. Clothing the bcrt<< poHslblo value you can !get The KKSIDBNCKIs :: WANTED, THRICE: DINING ROOM .f '

[r line on this page. Umbrellas. Dress Suit Cases, etc. Stetson 11 at8. Here a'e' same that combine style wear now and lu perfect<< condition, through. (lisle; Pity ttll per' month., River y

TIlE ADVOCATE, Also Dry Goods :\Millinery Notion Knox Hats. and low prices: out. Residence) << contains' eleven<< << rooms, View Hotel, Merritt, ]Fin.W. .
Furniture<<, etc ]!awes Hats., Gentlemen's. Shoes and l Oxfords at
<
.go annum In advance exclusive of Bath rom and Pnntry and \ O. Lourc, Propr.
H per
.75;) "six: : months uJ A first-class Dressmaking: establish :Edwin: Clapp Shoes t.WO.2,511: ( \ ( *::1,011, *:i.r.o, HUHi.oo( ) : China Closet.) Hot and cold 1 water In Club Palm I
to foreign countries. ment attached to this storo. Crossett: $l hoD!'. llrnnds Hanan The famous I'hlIollch. N'
J J.OO per an. | and. :$:Ji:>0 1pllr.. : The bath room kitchen and pantry. Bathroom
llourlahInif
JOHN. It. WALKER A CO. Manhattan Shirts. Boach, Kla., Is open and( doing> -
Svhen subscribe for the ADV< \VI II-ver( rind W. L Douglai. MadeIn has. closet. Laundry has
: you sanitary ; has of the
biiHlnuHS. The Club one
ITU by the year It does not cost you TICK': LAHGB JIltICK STOUK.Titusvllle ':. E.V.. Collars, and styles suitable for all occasions! amt facllltios. !

Le cents per week, postage Included,. Florida.Mr. Queen<< Quality, Shoos for Ladies weather condition sanitary"Water closet on'IIIIIlII'ItlJtlt'lIl.nltrn and water most expert chefs In this country

I'ote date of expiration printed upoIir Mail orders a speclaly. Patent Le thor. for dross w<
paper or wrappeevery week. This J. W. Ballantine, of Somervllli, See our large display ad. arrangonientH. /
fe receipt for your money. No nee N. J., and Sharpus, Fla, is at ITampto and. mid hostelry. ,'
All uptodateoe elogant .
I to send l receipt for subscrlptioi Fla. PEXNBY;: BUANJJIMO, heavy Holes. new adjoining barn \Vntor In barn enjoying this now .
us Springs
a date gives:\ I It to you. The Up-to-date Clothlois: shapes Large Chicken lloiinn! cement. floor, Although Halcyon Mull Is among the ., ,

sale at the Red -Miss Jeannette Wilson daughter:\ of Men's andlJuys' Furnishers. Ladies' ISh..eMaIIfIOxfor.lllat. tl.O.! <> also supplied with water latent 1'11ollH-opf'nod, to the public It has ,

ADVOCATES for ,s Dr. B. R. Wilson\ Is now managing the Titusville, Fla. $1.73: t2OO. W: ,fiO, $'i I (IK), $8.50 lit (Of) and Grounds surrounding house, nndor no lack of guests rind Manager S. Graham ;

|oas Pharmacy Titusville. book store lathe north wing of Hole .'1.50. Brands] : Hamilton; Brown, American !good cultivation. Shrubbery etc. and 1 his ulTablu I\IIsllltlult,1\lr.\ Louis ,"-; '

Circuit Judge M. 8. Jones has bee Royal Poincianu, Palm ]teach. -\lIsII: Ethel Wilson left here, eay lily Krlppendorf &: UlUmnnno. To be seen<< to be appreciated.+ Cola, do All In their. power to make It ';)11

JMing, court at Orlando this week. YOUR SMALL PHOTO. ENLARGE! Saturday morning for Tal1alllsKee.1O Latent styles and up ttt-dato toe A very decided bargain, for somebody.CHAR. pleasant for all,comers. 'f'N'a'

enter the Florida College for Woment, In Viol Douglas. Patent Leather : ; I
;
shapes Is
-There will be work In the third de- to 8x10 In. for 91.40 and will give yon T. McCoy I Palm !Bench is n gay resort at present, ,y!

loin Masonry, at Indian River Lodge, a Christ mas picture free. The Eagl; a student.Do and Patent Viol, with light or heavy Iw 'I'lt u..yllFla. \ and It Includes Hotel Royal; Poi nolana, 't! "

|,00, F. &: A. M,, next Wednesday. Portrait Co, 421J West state street, not fan to attend the concert f solos. for It has within Its portals about 800 of i: t'
In order lo make room for our Spring Mr. S. R. Merrill one of our Nebraska +
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Jacksonville Flit. 21-4 the Westminster Glee and Concert PaIr tho rli'le' of the United States Canada
-Milton Elliott, Titusville's flrst-clas and Hummer. Stock, we will offer ex: I I.. at Sanford Kla.Captain '
at the Opera house, Titusville on 811- subsoilbors now and I Europe: The Royal Polnciana" In I
later and Is. painting R.V.. Parsons end vice reductions fine Clothing
paperhanger, -Mr. president on
treme price
day and Monday evenings, Feb. 11th ail J. O. Walton's many Indian ably managed, by Mr. Fred terry, upon
lalslilng, and staining the Inside of tJe, of the Rust Railway fur the well known
Const Compy.. and Overcoats men; 1 r
12th. River friends will, no doubt, egret to whom tho responsibility, of this mammoth r tl(

IVOCATE office spent Sunday at the Royal PoincianaPalm A. It. Klrchbatim make. learn he has boon Beach where Ills. friend -Mrs. E. R. Bradley of Chicago, I Also reductions In Youth's andUOYII' ;
same
Ir. J, G. Bennett and slater, MisImett him hearty, welcome.many again at Palm; (Bench, much to the plea Clothing. 'pneumonia; but Is now Improving In of tho size of this hotel, we may say that 4; 1 ,

of :New York are again will] Cave a health. the nainas on !the pay roll roaches a total ,
her friends ;
of in
I ure numerous FlotId. Mail orders given special attention
],ir many friends at Rockledgo for tin -Mr. Eugene Heine went to Jackson Mrs Bradley's charming personality h$ .Jui.ius KI.INK: -About a doKon members. of Tllusvtlle of I 1'JDO(), and 1 the Iyerlldally/ pay roll 'ti

Imceof the winter.Mr. villo lest week, and purchased a 8m all made her very popular.Mr. Titusville, Fla. Camp No. 141, Woodmen of the World, foots up over 1,501)) ). The two dining: .

naphtha launch and now he Is enjoying rooms will sent l(10l( ( people at one men].
; ,
J. E. Ingraham, chief of the went to Eau Gallle\ on Tuesday. where,
Cnas. If. Walton was guest Indian used at the height
,I department of the F. E. C. Rail I a dally spin on River accompani. -The Lorllhird Boat Co., expects) << to with Mr. Carter II. Dame, state organizer Tho provisions i
mother and Hotel Royal Polnclann, palm: Boiicljt about Fob." 20th:! cost not less
his )
rolncl.1 ed at times by father season (
K,was a guest of Hotel! Royal have their mini no railroad; l completed by of Ocala; they Installed<< a Camp of t4'
few the llrst of the week. This
I days I ( ) tho ADVOCATE Is .
sister. than $2.lNl: a day; -so .
of las this order with thirty-seven members.Mr. v
f. Palm Beach the latter part hotel In the and tomorrow. ,
the largest world ciii Informed. The consumption of coal 1;

jk.k.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Peck of Rockled/e/ entel'talo.. at one time, about 1,000 pe -lIflsll Sophl!) Banskett Fort Pierce G. (U. Howard, express) agent, sometimes amounts to i5! tons In a day. ,

| and Mrs.\ Chas. A. Wllletts and who have been at Grand Rapids Mich.,. sons. spent Sunday lu town with her ulster, returned to Titusvlllu the latter: part of There are 111,000) electric, lights In the

N. Y. hav< for some time bave returned from a tripto L. W. Halle.Mrs. last. weak after an absence of several 1
Chester of Jamaica, Palm Beach Miami and Cuba. They -Mr, and Mrs. Robert C, I teaton, o Irs. I ; hotel and 1,0(10( rooms and ((110() baths
In Ge' lie Is much
visit with Mrs. weeks trgla. Improved
veil at ElOora on a
[ were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. Boston are still at the Royal Poinciana Walter Black of Charleston H. The I length of the hotel front notch to
und Mr. and Mrs. Wm In health having" gained a pound a
j A. Degrauw them South A. Taylor, of Cocoa.Mr. Palm Bench whore they are quite popu C., arrived In Titusville Monday night, day; the last thirty days .' Ills friends the south entrance In 1)11): i feet, and the

Warnock, who preceded lar. At last Saturday night's dance, at:and will be the guest of her sls'er Mrs. height Is seven<< stories.. The combined
of Van glad to see him looking so well.
are
weeks Thomas Jefferson "Rip
Jew ago. the Royal Polnciana; Mrs.r tleaton was ,C. J. Deuhnm for several; weeks. dining rooms embrace :2tt,3HO! square

YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELl WInkle" fame, after visiting his brother one of the best dancers ou the floor rilOTOGitAPIIS-Mr. Faust the photographer -Mis. W. 11. McKarliiml! who has feet, or two-thirds of mi acre; the kitchen

: Estate Indian River apply tc Mr Chas U, Jefferson, of Ilobe Sound burn at tha'llaiiliwer' with Mr and Mrs.
J.eiil on -Owing to the big rush of job printIng i will cloae his. studio In Tltusvlllu pantrlos and serving rooms, 17.1TOsquare :
the I
D. L. Gaulden 'Titusville Fla. for several weeks, left for Breakers L. II. Brace for a fow days, returned.YI'Hh.r.Jiy. t
fudge In this office of late there has beena on February :21th.! Havoyour foot; and the corridors open to
Palm Beach, for a while. Mr. Jefferson made ;
little delay In executing It on time; taken before that date. to Titusville. Hhe some guests aggregate a distance of two miles .
the enjoyable parties recent first of photographs
Miami the '
Among few days at \
pent a but things are getting-straightened: out big t catches of fine while In camp. Mr. or more. Every: night the Polnolana Is )
given at the Houseboat, at Lake week. -Mr.\ Julius Kline, loft Titusville, C. F. Smith of .Memphis Term., Is also olootrlo which add p
again, and the ADVOCATE Is prepared to aglow( with light.,
rth Inlet, was that of Mr, and Mrs who -Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs of Charleston receive more orders for printing. This. Wednesday, for his regular spring trip at the Ilaulover. making big catches of very much to tho charming surroundings. F

gustus Pltou, of New York home, and '.. Va., arrived here yesterday and rented office has been a. busy place: this winter D the New York market lie was no- lUh. Potted plants palms, etc., are artistically -
:ed
clown from their winter
of Mr. John R. Walker's housesIn "tompanled by bins little daughter, Leonn.Mr. arranged throughout the rotunda t. r Y
one Leo
and
-Mr, and Mrs Aldrich son, ;
age grove at Hobo Sound to the In- -Mr. J. II. Jarrott wife and three I r
, Mr, and Mrs. Pltou entertained atcheon North Titusville. All Mr. Walker'sIx children, of Savannah, Ga., arrived In \ Wm. A. Warnock, n prominent also Miss Murphy, who hind! boon spendIng where every night hundreds of I 1j

Mlle cottages advertised for rent in the visit to Mr. evident of Jamaica N. Y., who Is at the past two weeks at New Smyrna guests gather after dinner, to hear the *
Herbert
Mr. Morgan Titusville on Sunday on a
ADVOCATE, are now occupied. Nothing and tlDora Fin, with his wife and Mrs. A. have returned to Tltiiitvlllo and are now famous orchestra render sweet music ) 'I Igraphers
:ou and Miss Louise Pitou. Jarrott'a uncle Mr.J Tom Johnson, (
like advertising if you have anything ot of LaGrange. Mr. Jai'rott, accompanied 1. Uegrauw/ for the winter, was among pleasantly located In one of J. R. Walk. The Royal Polnolana well worth 4. I

Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Clarke and Mrs. rent, buy or sell. family, his cousin Mr. Bert Johnson tie pleasant callers' at this, oflloe yester- er'. houses In North Tltusvlllo for the visit It la a monument to Its worthy I ,
by
okwood prominent Canadians hall- -Palm Beach Life, Is. the title of anew paid the ADVOCATE office a pleasantcallon ray lie was on his way. to Sarno where balance of the season. They expect a owner, Mr. Henry M. Flagler. h
! from Toronto and Guelph who were du Nil and cottiges ollloe staff Is means "lMi Q
weekly publication. It Is published Monday, Mr. Jarrott expects Ie has rented tho Hotel party of friends to join them In a few The by no
Titusville a short while, and latterly to the Kentucky Military" Institute days. one, as the following list of names
at l'almBeach by Messrs. J. 11. Welch to return home on Sunday but Mrs. Jar
tlio Hotel Royal Polnciana, Palm jlr. Warnock will return to Tltiisvllle In addition to the able and
and F. A. Lawrence. It Is an acquisition and the children will upend thi
Q. rott i" 'awl
icli, for a couple! of weeks left for to-day. -Mr. R. K. Olds manufacturer of the manager !Mr. Fred. Starry:! and his
ti> the above noted resort; and, balance of the month here. i
'ir respective homes In Canada this Rou automobile, was In Titusville Monday lar chief clerk, Mr. F. C. King, ;

uk. We hope to tee them In Tltu's. with the interesting Palm Beach Daily _The celebrated Westminster Glee -Tuesday's Palm Beach Dally News In a houseboat, en route from Jay- Albert I>. Cushing and A. C. ;

[le next winter. News! Palm Beach has all the society and Concert Party, whose concerts will says: "Mr Charles II. Walton editor ton to Palm Bench. Mr. Olds was assistant room clerks; George I), # w
she needs. Mr. Welch Is no new aid proprietor of the well known EA8.rCAII'r
papers take place In the Opera house Titus- accompanied by the mayor of Lansing, cashier; William K. Huston, steuo"l
Tho Westminster Glee Singers will Palm Beach. ADVOCATE and<< a property owner
to ,
omor: vllle, on Sunday and Monday evenings Mich., and several other prominent cashier; C. C. Brain and T. B.
pear at the Opera house Titusville, Tltusvlile, U n guest of the Royal tt '
-Mr. Tbos. O. Knight, of Brooklyn Feb. llth and 12th: Is. representative of gentlemen who have been attending the bill clerks; L. E. Stlnsou and T. I 'y
Feb. llth ond 12th. A feature which P.lnclana having arrived here Saturdayaf
V. Y., arrived here, Wednesday after. the original body which officiated at the automobile races at Daytono-Ormond Hart front clerks; L. H. .,
II
undoubtedly of popular inest tirnoon from ]Hotel Ornionil, where he "
prove
noon, on board his line 4.1ft. launch poronatlon of King Edward VII In Westminster Bench. Carroll N. Terry sub-ofllce; 'I
la the solo soprano boys, who al'eI hal been enjoying the automobile races.
,I t ,ose Mary, with Capt. !Samuel: Jacksonn Abbey London, on August Otb, ler and Herbert B. Spear, night ; c
celebrated J. O.
to
rank amongst the most Editor Walton's brother, Ciipt. DANCE NOTICE.
command. She had a very bad pass- toO: and was selected by the organizer T. M. Lonehon chief clerk 4 ]
y soloists In England. These boys revel Wilton of Boston, Is shortly expectedat ) '
age Mouth, but those on board are pleas. Mr. Edward Branscombe not only for glee; Rob T. Holmes bookkeeper;
their musical education at the Palm, Beach with a party of friends.
ed to say. the Rose !Mary, and l all on their excellence as solo vocalists of as Grand Ball lo Opera honse tonightFeb H. Wilson Arid Geo. C. Itltlner,

, t'Ke of Choristers, London England )oar], arrived, safely at Titusvtlle. This cured position In England but noted for 10th. This chance. promises to be ; John T. Sheehan and Hobert

,1 their singing Is a treat you should aunch Is on her way to Palm Beach and that perfection of blend, sympathy and Liiuucli) For Siilo. the best of the season. After tonightthe B. Crocker, postofllo. department; Leslie )) f

t mini. Reserved seats, $1.00, at the lIam!I. expression In ensemble singing which dances will be given on Wednesday W. Maxson, special auditor; and j
thing store of Penney & Brannlng. Launch, 21ft., Oft; beam draft, 18 In.;
stamps the singers as cultivated musicians. evening of each week.fjiiiificli Frank C. McDannald, secretary to manager ,
liars speed, 7 miles; 4 h. p. Buffalo engine, !
Clmiice. Reserved seats, *1.00 el\Ch. at Sterry. 1
Land For Sale. with reverse gear; oushlotm and spray
: For Halo.
Penney & Brannings. Also Mrs. Ella Green, Is housekeeper li

For $:!,:'OO I offer for sale about eight DRY GOODS SHOES.: hood. Apply to ife -- Miss It. Llneaweavor Mrs. McKlnney, d.,.,
-0 FURNITURE RONALD FriKK' ,
acres In Indian River Narrows; ores of the property. In Oeorglana, Fla., cards Cabin Launch Margaret I!., for sale Mrs' L. (L McDonnold I, Miss M.' T. A 4
rt of this Is choice land. Valentine,Houvonlr:! Titusville post 21 Cocoa Flu.
garden known ns the Lyman place. This In- Brussels etc. Good reliable boat, -JOxTU.! ; draught, Bums and Miss M. Deverln, assistant 1 1housekeeper.
,0 of this Tapestry carpets rug. .
acres opposite Grant; part room house and other ( Inches : h. Lathrop engine .. Timothy Murphy stew hard
hammock. ;udes. a seven Boat and PARIAN house paints. To Furniture" Dealer 10} to 20:! ; 'H p. ; ,

mprovenients, together; with upwardsf and Edison A to 7 miles an hour. Built last April. ; S. C. Melghers, assistant steward; 1
Will Batteries, Dry ; Supplies. "tin
sell above In tracts to suit'pur.isers. h
. :IIJO) thrifty, bearing orange trees. Elastic Sectional Bookcases.CKAS. I want to furnish a fifty room hotel Apply 10 A. JACKSONClifton! Fla.lrocerleeCheep. James Long wine steward ; F. B. Cou- ;
has always had Intelligentare chef Patrick MulUnu head porter; f) l r
This ;
- acres In Trees one grove A. GARD*Jr n, TixusvittE, FLA. with almost everything Springs, Mat. sey .
Bearing' Orange ,
| in condition to produce Harris head. hallman.
and Is a 1 ( Walter "
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Bedstead
.e north of Tltusvlllo. Telephone t. tress Floor Coverings, China, Iron
of fruit. the summer Mr. Sterry I. I
During/ ,
good crops i
1lnenlot of -
1 (gasolene),
Lights
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G. F. PADDISOX unable to
non-resident. I am of the famous Homestead hotelat
Being a Thin You >Tee Eau Gallic, Fla. attention. ? Twels Bathing Suits\ about 200 Chairs If you wish to save money on groceries bprings.Va.'r 1

pre the property call proper always carry a Full Lino of the for Porches and Pavilion, and other necessary etc., try an order at the Peacock Grocery Hot
Address, or upon .
articles. Store1'Itusvtlle. Everything fresh .
Walker Hardware Co. II. M. Lair, celebrated Keen! Kutler Tools. Fiirulli lloiiitu I For Kent. ,::t'', ., [
Address, by letter only sal to-date. ,
Georglana Fla. John Lucas Paints all shades, tints up
2:1.lt!: ;( ADVOCATE !
MIoTEf., care 11
We and colors. A seven room house to rent-furnished ; 't
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carry a full line of Shelf Hardware tf Tltusvlllv Flu. Winter Home For Hade.I .
1 I almost everything else lo our line. Hartfaliis In Heal 1:.itnle. 011 Heaters The only perfect 011 for light housekeeping. Price f'.I.OO:! t t
Heater made Is the Perfection; It will l
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ate are making special run on our I sate beautiful winter !home, situated per month.
Inland For a t4
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Merrltts Fruit and Veget'ahlesShipped
When this
293( acres of land on not smoke or smell you get address. I. '
['Ve> If in need of a booking stove Merrltts Island, FU. 22: For particulars: : if ,
and 23 acres 1 at Lotus, ; II '1
residence will not have' the trouble '
' an which l Is a fine Heater you \ J. It. WALKER.. !I' +
(lene range oil stove or heaters of Grove. Bears 500U boxes ofranges. have been used to. Price, $".00 to Marx Brothers corner of acres,5 roOm hoim,g in Orange you ,
1 kind, be sure to call and examine Cash price $22.0110. each. Bay and<< Julia street., Jacksonville ; orange, .grapefruit, tangerine r' tt1

lr,t fine stock before buying elnwbere."e Indian River. Beautiful JAS. PRITCIIARD A SOy.Tltunl1le Fla., always bring good results. 'Their king and kurn
'\ have the prettiest lot of Toilets 200 acres on Railroad station on land. Fla. facilities for handling Pineapples, Grapefruit I of the btlllt locations on the Indian Klver.700ft. Jersey Hull Kor 'Ie.
I
'". China and Glassware, )Including River Front. Grove and Residence( Oranges; and Early Vegetables can of river front on both Indian and :

latest and prettiest Chin and Glass will Bearing yield Orange 20 per cent profit yearly. ] Wood for Sale. not be surpassed. This Is one of the Banana rivers. Nearly full blood; : 15 months old, ,..". d <

ticles Ornament., Fancy Dishes Etc. Price I|)to.09u. Pine or oak, any length. See or address oldest I aDd most reliable booses t In this Address. Boa F., price 2000. P. G. Walton Tltusvllte ,. Ji; I v'I '

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, ,,, Free and new rates' may be reversed by till, EXCELLENT THAIN SRVICE. A TRULY IDEAL WIFEHER Standard Electric Company

I, Masons. court of transportation, should one ta
.:. r Accepted To the K .t Hitd west Via. a AtlitiitioCount
'' of appointed or by the supreme court o(. Line. HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER
< ,1 the United. States The hill also given I Florida.
:NKW Y"JIK ANn FLOIIIDAIB: Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of Jacksonville
the commission. jurisdiction over terminal ,
'1 No. 60ntiisvllle 'Thl tiuln! U uumin, >"Hl *'yeln <>f Power to Inspire and Encourage
Indian
roads, the rates of private car Pullman 14'""!"*' WltlllMll.C. ) Dl" "VllIK AU Women Should Sertc: I'. -- - -- -- -

," River'r' companies' and long and short hunt I[ KOIMII4cplnu, 1'umpxrvup' I't'ioi. .
,. One of the most noted successful and \ \ ..
rules, with full authority to examine Dlolnu, Llbixry "nil Obi-eiVI.HI cms' 4 JMi : :\ FRED E. GILBERT
recent
Huctiin. Jiifliuid IIn,1 l helleol.'ch..IIII.Lv richest men of this century, in a _
Lodge. w Florida. railroad record and to prescribe' how :- area article has said Whatever I am and r .. ,"0"- '\ .-
M. Aiigimilnud-til' ex '< dft.'Q\ -,
. Hold. lt. m..t.olC..he."" "n.l.n.I fourth Wed. ,' w \
In
the and attained
books records shall be k'It.One whatever success I have .
neailay of each month In the ftiuaonlo THIIJ loTltua cepl: i ttuijdAy, 11:4) mn ; I.v .1 knointilH, rf :r. -.4.utomo'bilos; : _
". of the to bo 12 I *, .,h>i world I owe all to my wife. Front ,,,,) .:.; ,r..
.ille at T ilto o'clock p. m questions fought : U pm ; Ar taviinnali 4:1 |pal ; ArItichinond0:10am 1I.Jtr. 1: ;N I .A. '"'i.
the day I first knew her she has been ,'.... ; I :r
/ : ; trWssb1ualIO.i
U that :
F. A. Moriran. Wornhtiful Maot< an Inspiration. and the greatest helpmate )fr.+ '-11?y'' Stale for
John K. Wnllor Senior' Warden HIP ; Ar lt lllni.iM1IMO ttr.Jf I'lnia Agent
Considerable :
to thin -
opposition :
":.,.; I'hllll'I W. Kolinru Junior. Warden. (1011.11'" ) I IIiS (Jiu ; Ar New. VuiI :.!;) pus of uiy life. .
AUTOCARS and
<> Treseurar.A I OLDS
I F. Ouren. feature was manifested ut the last session 1 FKAXKLIX" 't<
J. L. k.irrntliorM, H..cr..tary. IIIUAMO AMU r"j.iHIiDA: Li.MirF.i .. ,
D.7'onney., Honlor I liuiKiiinI'orry but the framers of the modlfliKl\ TliU ,null] la I'limpiin .t.in, I<.,j.* e."i f ..r '-"t BOATS- :" AND STATIONARY ENGINES'I -
. f). W..lt..n. Junior linncon... bill have retained the court Should rqijluiurut) his' .Ve* Voito H.I I Jrl."- In> woTuu

C.,II.S. Santa WnldmMnnnrarewsrd.M Jnnliir' / HtHWitrci.J. the court be eliminated, in cane the bill 8.n'ol.ii.| ficlK-d'ili' } : I.v M.. .1"I. I :;; k".1thu' laiirrm slack In llie :South: . .
I K. Walk.!!'; ('liiiilalii" | Nde. itm ; Lv..lacks.u./ Mm !) :|i nn ; .'1. II lUtleiloc, Colin, U> niimuH, Lamp, Iloros. Write or call) loi
F.A. Loalujr, Tylur, become u Jaw, the supreme court will ., U'avcion II :! ."> HMI : AI I 0\\ I rjn: 'pro 1; I I'tlcrm. Slnll ciders. receive prompt attention.

have/ a big addition to Its regular business. !- Af !Macon\ 4:11. pmr; All I J 11I'\'| 0:51:: pal ;
: : What the people want is equal ''Arl: (.hxrtHDooKH:.> |"ni'N' ; .niivklluil. 37.41 Went Foifjlli Street JACKSONVILLE FI] '
INDIAN ItlVKK CIIAI'TKIC NO. ,, rt.drr
1 rates tor freight. The fact that the : : :! iin ; Ar M'. .1..1.. | 2li: ', pin ; AChiuiiKii a -- -- --

Z f I. The Inillnn.ItOVAI-AKCII.. Ivor < MASONS.Ilmul A n'li MIIHIImeet ". maximum anywhere may be comparatively I The ..I.bald ii\: ..,,' n.iluH pin. she i In nllih..n 'in ilnFloilurt II E VEHICLE & HARNESS CO

th. Hrot ......'hlll.r. ouch mouth at tile high or low, or the minimum low and! WrMi, IlIcll.,,, 1.11..1!, 'Ii

i Mn-uinln'1'helolluwmgaretlronlllsereotthlachapterlAh Toniilo.| or high has nothing to do with the YOlk and Florida, Ex...rext, li.- DIXIOPlytT Corner Foisyth and Cedar stu.

E r merits of the cud i.rhel..11 Leer [<'LOmOllr .
B. Soma, Hxoflllant II lull 1'rlunt. question. tuundlr.ina. JACKSONVILLE, ) \.
k .1. R. Walker King Mar full liifui m:"'I.n "C'lMhiill' the! I
It. N. AmlrawH, Horl ho. I'll I pie Kiililei" or, HI.e any ilolMi ngi-ut
c F. A. Mnrgnn( HwntUrir.II. A Little War With Savages. of the Atlanllc C'DHMI' IInn slock of . .
K. Wit...". T..a."r..r. It U: not well to begin to scoff at Jessie JIns ley
Hen I'rltPhott lloynl Ar I'' 'r. H. H.inilnm ( a"". <:-f Mime.Ixiulit Germany because her disciplined Olden Tim Cnnrlern.
Ali-xiinilcr. l'rl"nll'1"jll..rnor.| troops und educated officers held olden 'b be such a successful wife to re- 8UKHEVS, IRAI'S, ROAD CARTS,
h u. A. Htnwart" IWiwtHrof Klrnt. are Carrying messages in times
t J. N. Wnllor, Miwwr of "Hnronil' V. up by the Hottentots: und Herrerou of called for much Ingenuity. "Jtothlng tai; the love and admiration of her HARNESS: SADDLES, ETC., ETC., ETC:
F. M. Taylor iwiwtwr or Third V. huband. to inspire him to make the
J. 1J. Knlils: Soullliel.OKItKIt southwest Africa The Insurrection in the world" wrote Ilerodotia "Is mat of himself should be a woman's -IS NOW COl\IPfETE-

began in 1003, and for two years there borne so swiftly as messages by the coBtant study.

1'' OK" K/ltrKltN IVIII.FrlenilBlili has )been u steady How of troops to the Persian couriers." They had over a I a woman finds that her energies

I U Chapter: No. nliln! Ira mestlnQ. German colonies A hundred millions. hundred citations each a day's journey ariflag-g-Infr, that she gets easily tired //nrCall: on us and you will land our prices will please you.
In the MaKonln: I Ledge!: : room, Tittmvlllo. on the from the other and a regular serviceof dak shadows appear under her eyes .- -
Brat and third Tiiw"d.i3a In each month I&t8fH'' have been spent and the war la now sh| has backache headaches bearlng-
The the ullluum or thu riders carried messages to anti fro
p Chapter m. I I1IIr. following are costing $12 ..OOO a day. The losses lu den pains nervousness, irregularities rv .:t--C""""' JW Jla: :.--c'--E'
at the rate of from sixty to a hundred!
battle and disease orrhe; blues, she should start at once
by have been
.. (I. M. RoMilno.' W. AT. ) heavy miles n day. They had their "through '
John It. Walknr' W. I*. and conhpeteutjudges declare that tho tonulld> up her system by a tonic with SEEDS: :aj'OIt PL. INTING.: 1
couriers/ too for In the of
,
Mica' rutlwriiia. 8111111, AxHOflato M. case a spcifle powers such as Lydia E. Pink-
Mice Kate Stewart, LOiKluutrcKH.M lighting may lust for years. specially confidential message the text hoi's Vegetable' Compound.
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Inn .1. HandHra' AHmHlule' Con.
1 MimKiinillnMrHwnrr' / ., "l'r....iBUier.JMrf Tho German army Is not the pattern was tattoed upon the shaven head of a 'ollowing we publish by request aJt'ter
It. It. \Vllnoii, Hmimtiiry.Mm. of all military virtues but it la doing man whose hair was. allowed to grow from a young wife ; :5 Turnips-nnd Ruta Bagns. .

I *.. .P.,It A.. Walker Morgan,Ailu Kutli.Mr ns well !In southwest Africa as the before he began his journey, so that lair I lEver Mrs.since finkbam my child was born I have auf !,|[ Onion Sets-licimuda and Pearl. I II

Mr]Mr*.. .1.1 11..\
J. D. Hum. i KlituW similar circumstances. Great Britain reached his goal where of course ha flmraatlon, female weakness, boarln lovm Seed Potatoes-for fall, N,. 4 Rose and Triumph.

J.C'liaa.I., ('II."rru WNlt.ilV.i..lsr.thor., Pitntfnel.II. l .. has had the experience again anti would be reshaved. pies, backache my stomach. and wretched BO I could headaches not enjoy mym Italt'ted l Poultry Supplies-Inteinallonul Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc. I

It. WIlHon. MarHlml.Jeo. . again with tho Zulus and other sav- ...................... I I Ia, and half my time was spent in bed. .
( A1. II<.hhl" t'liHilalnTlrUSVII.LK | i. [Lydia E. PJnkham's Vegetable Compound ,
I -- ages, and our Custer massacre and i mitt me a well woman and I fuel so grateful t I+. a. 9MZCR.oN.:: : :: sooca.szxxct.xi: ,

CAHIINO.. til, the tragedy of the Modoc lava beds + tl* I am glad to write and tell you of my 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
44i n velous recovery. It brought me health
have not yet' passed' from
memory. A + nir life and vitality."-Mrs. Biwie Ainsley, / I Iao

platoon of men should have. driven the i IF YOU RECEIVE) A .SAMPLE + 81 South 10th Street Tacoma, Wash -+E3 P.3s-nt3 t2riEIIIIl: : ooaii tlm-maE!: I+f31 .gS-as qConsu
landfill of Modoca from the lava beds What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
III COPY OF THIS PAPER Cinpound did for Mrs. Ainsley will --
short order' but before the last of i
d for every sick and ailing woman. ::: :': : sZO"Lr I
the baud was finished the Indians had .. -IT IS TO- f f you have symptoms you don't hind .

more than killed man for man among stand write to Mrs. Pinkham /
LET YOU KNOW THAT. d ighter-lnlaw of E. Pinkham
the Lydia
troops, who were' skilled lu savage -
yr. lYkv warfare f a Lynn Mass Her advice la free and : tttec..tior.:1.: : : Please :
WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO 1liKCOME a rays helpful.

Meotaevery ItrntHnd third Monday In each : : A a U US GUI Wo sell Groceries at WHOLESAll
month. ac 7:30 p. m., ulurpi I at till 1\.oonlo The Human Plant. BE It. you

Tuiupla. Luther Burbank the wizard who develops : : Cleaning; sod 1'1 e ,.llIg.
ConatilConmaudsr . ... . ........A.r>.Pnnnny Prices Write for our Price List Grea
Adviser Uoiitenant .. . ... ......lit.' Wak..r marvelous lowers and fruits ,
hanker . ... . .. . . .
. .... .W.H.Walker has : |
Jvtoort: .. ..... .., . .... . . .... n I f. Alandavllla been often Jollied by the wag IIOOI.k rlone, np-ro-dato.! 'nil and
iVerk ..... . .... ... ..... .... .J.1. farruther about trying his hand oil the humankind ; : N me. An
fO Vauihnmn ntry.... ................ ...... ... .................. J.N,J Wall.nmnle or. ; especially to tako some of the ...*...e>*..e...+....+.*...> I lilt her "111>11. on VV..nUlout,
Llruoto... . ... . .
..I'.wiiaun out of which
warps species seem born --- - -
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It.It Iyleuanti. H.J.Norton The Co.
Camp Physician . . ...... ......... K.K: .Kolllnii ; crooked At last Mr. Burbank hu HAVANA NASSAU PORT T;,- Ire MIAMI _KEY WEST Enterprise Grocery
All visiting' Woodmen. are cordially Invited to the ,
spoken on subject to the effect that
attend
the
meetings birth la only the beginning of development Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. 1 7 Bridge St.

for the human plant and that the i icuvlroumt'nt. .TncJot4ollvillc. Florid
-
: ; Unltiiil Btutos Fast Mull Route for Key west. Wnt milieu and the Ilnhuii.na Via. :.Vlninl and .
: of children has! a force -
fort 'r.../'a, Flu.
.: for good or evil equal to that of hered ProposodSatlingaIn EITureon the liute* "shown "hJnct.O| Chuiit-eunil lu.llvhIUlII'o.lJoneUlent|> ---- --- - -- --- -

I ( ity. Without o"c.
'y171Ne MII."I-It "oc 1.ln. Hodges & O'H-ara
: W
; IN TXE 5U$55i. 1 What the soil is to the plant environment Semen II) (I. stif nmlilli "aiunil" ,
rI IL ElTertlvn Ir"1II1II1I."I.., /IU.Sat'l'lugJaunnry21IlICI\
y caTE 1' : Is to tho human mind ando I.v MI..nl..1II..n.. Wed Prl." .... . H of( | in/I/ .v \HIWUU. Tuc-1' urn Put . . .1 0' pin) ..Manufacturers and Dealers In...
I ; <-roRR the water' Sir James Crlchtou Ar >u.m en. tai l, bun ... OolOlllUJ..t

Browne, an English physician baa TII"'I"a-Jh"' i .1... Via Key Went Hough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMB1
HteuiiiKliliiK' "Ollvn' if* noil ".Mn-ootru."
spoken' upon the dearth of ability In EIFecM, lye from I'ort Tampa| Kli 1,), with pulling Ducen her 14, 1IKI5/ Dressed
( tho I.v PortTnini>"...Hun,'rues,1'hure.ll'a 1 1 iml Lv H..vna 'rues'I'hurxSat. . U 011 n'n
I" 'I cultivated classes from which the ArKoyWe.t... . .Mon, Vod, Krl, B :m nil, ArKcyWmt. ..Tiie..,Thnrs,Mat.. ... 8 /aii' pin Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable' Crates, r ol1ldlnjtll, Shingles, etc. !
world Is Bald to bo Buffering. Dr. l.v hay Wut..Muu. Weil., KrlTue. . .,. H an i'lil lv key Wer t .....'f"e..I.hllr..flae..tll 3n) I'''' Mills and office located at Buffalo BlutT }'1I1. Write us for prices delivered!
: Browne ascribes! the evil complained Arlluvnun .. .. ., Thnrn,Sat .... 6 JOunj Arl'ertTaupa.1VedFri.. Hun."' .. .. . ixipm to any part of the .state. AddrpsM: Hedges A O'llara, Buffalo Bluff FitTF |
1\1I"ml-Uav..nll n.., 11.. Key \\'.. .
of to the artificial production' of etupiuny Snaxon I'.mn-IlKKl.' 8tflHiiiKhlJ"'ahinneenek"and "Halifax". - - -
"
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... .
- }: frfiiti Sit., kith '
-- IYectlvo oI.'Ie. Hiaillnir l) nMinh
"r t/1. 1:115.: YOU WANT A.
''t.\ SttK uy piacmg mnuKioti in untie environment Lv Miami... ... Mon Krl ... .... UIKIHII' Lv Havana. Mon., Wed,' Fri .. .. 1I'.m( ..
lie says that It Is a mistake Ar Key Went....Mon.\Ve.11 i. Frl... ....to on 11"\ Ar Key West .. Mon, Well Krl ... .... 7 .INI) |pat
(A (\F tttPW\ I.v Key Wect.Tuoa. There, Hut . . I no' HI I.v Kry N Silt ... I mm, 'I hunt. fat ...... 4 '110 But
i..' to assume that the city Is the Ar Havana..Tnes, 'l'hu., Sat. *.. \\I 00 al Ar Miami Tree. lhu t., Sac .. .. /8 80 pat

< place for quickening the human Intel. For Reservations Apply to C. Lawton Child 't Co Gen'l Agta., No. 33 Meruatlere Street

lect. The city hastens development' ) R. II. Sawyer: Co., Agent. Xamnn N. P.n..va. a, Cuba J. W. Morris' Agent, Port Tampa, Flu .Building Lot
and the result la precocity up to tho I... K. lilllgham. Joke Agent Inrt Tampa Flu." .. ,
C. H Krudley' Agent| Jllninl, Fla. A. U. KlKin; Agent, Key Went Fla.
Haste Without ago of thirteen or fourteen when tho Lymun Declaim Olty Ticket A gen )Xu. 3, Hernaza, Street Havana.llllla.
Progress.
Recently our former ambassador to powers come to standstill.. City life mile Inroriikitlim.* aJIIlllah..ma.an to. cheerfully piisimnirur and turnlHhed freight rpm rat application.to all ,point In the United States, Cuba Went or a lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY,

OCngluiul the lion. Joseph H. Choate, dries up the reservoirs of strength in F" M. Jolley T. 11'. & P. A. Charles t. 111 'r., Manager, I'. J.flaundem' Trafllo Agent LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
the population) and leaves a mass of In- Thin abnmates previous notice Jaukmii vllle 1'1" November let 10(01.
told a New York audience of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GAKDE:
ferior Tho
quality history of our
change which hud :
come over American country shows that the strongest In- We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
commerclul life during his few years' P
absence' in London. lIe mild that the tellects as well as the noblest and Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you '
,
most forcible characters
have been developed
opportunity for young men to get on looking this! way, drop a line to
in the rural districts. :
was never so good as at present yet I .V'E without tie knife or bougl* ami Vnrloonele withon' JAS. E' INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Present,
the pare of modern life li* s) greet as f C U, C CURE Ptrtetnro detention a-om buln.*..l *-0.1....* Hinoil PolsIl ,
To Open Up Alaska. cured never to return without mercury or mineral mixtures, f nee of ManlyV FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
to break
down tlio burrlora of honesty gar I'ojtlvly, cured| atmiula'it but permanent ,
and to The The conditions of life in Alaska are 5''i.! :, The I>r. King Mi'illnat: Co. U an liifttltuiton. orffanU uuder ..bor ST. F
sweep ruin. AUGUSTINE.
many youutt A{- 1 laws| threcate of tieorula fur the trentm- and onre or all
man hits simply to be Industrious and hard at best and lack of transportation ,- neno..lohronlod'.a.' Dr. N. K. KfiiR., the touchier. of
..,.....
facilities j :. I Inlalnitttuvlon.Utheonleronnaultlnidp'olalUt. being a
odds: to tho drawbacks
faithful nUll ho cannot full of succosu ,... ,I by a*taH o eminent phfeicluueaed.urleuos.'
AVhlle which nature bus placed upon that region. i i.r I. 1".1 .--' Our.uct*. In the err etnlaat O' chronlo' C'houte .
Mr was i .
siieuklng u V led; we UHabotli n.tle.laud elootrlo..I."n.' *
Railroads are needed at this '. \t Our offloeiare equipped wlrh a I nlo, fara ;young man who hud looted $100.(()())) .t rJ It 1-.. 'I-r": ,. violet r.,. and, Hn rn ral'o fact every eleotrlcal
from an stage of development In the territoryto 'j contrlvauceenown, to the medlual profeiwlon. OuranDUuriuml
express company which employed .f modern In tveiy rtp..'.. '*nd we emplor none but tbe belt
him was undergoing torture at help<< people Into the Interior, to make trained' aiulirfltnlenl' attcnd.uterrgel.rly, quailded ,redueIit ...* TO DELICATE \OMEN
life endurable for those who In .",llueniedpbiralolana tii-Inu In cberse.We .
o'r get
tho hands detectives and Haying, "I it rtnnlof no uilnlwaillutc me... to afrure patient and
and for bringing out the wealth that O. D.'. or nnaki l ".llraratura ar. .ell& out
wish I had 1\ r.atr.n..e-.C.
remained honest. \
.,111 I 1i1\, t\ Our tfrma for trentmi-nt averaKe fruai Lee
Sermons on how to succeed Is found there. I \ ,.t. to I10.UO per nuiitt meillnli'r Inalndod) and .give tbe ......- You will never get well and happy -
hnve no ''oItit auceof a Cole wliblnanpeolded time. strong, bright,

charma for lays smitten with the craze Alaska has sent out during the last MYBESTBCrEREHCCIS.{ I CHRONIC DISEASES. Benny We,auooessrully cure :silk', obr.'nlo tr.eraJ. dl.eee.remu hearty and free from pain, until you build up your i
to get rich quick or to get there eight years $33.Olio,000:: ( In gold to this N\1 H n NF1'fl pt mrch tf Kidney and Hleddar trouble. Itbeunl.m.
easy. country an,11t Is believed that she baa 111p G:j\.W\JI\A{ "' lJ/ i Itniifcnre. Hytlrooele Drain. Lo..... ...... and all Private constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-making ,
Tho "loaves and flahea" In night now UNTILCURfD. }) Dlees.ee.'tumor* and inallttnanl trouble*. (!..., ,r the
rich resources lu copper, Uu and coal None. Tbroat. tired and I.nng" Ulaeaiiee of Kye sell Er tonic, like -
appeal more strongly to some youug N. K. KINO M. D. Oraronle Mesas at Women .""" a* Dlaplacement*. 1
minds which must lie dormant for lack of Oxnr OONauLTiNn Unnatural luuU weeane..s of women.A .
than the fruits HV
of m.ouu.s
character I-311:
and % / u. to-day A.If&: :.: 1 are d.4, or atltlueed., On regueil we
ability certain to be reaped in the fu means to bring the products to market. VY rite t sent you evr literature Includingaymptem blank* fur hume tract'01.""
Several projects for u have t.ONMITTArlOW EXAMINATION AND AHVICKrFltK _____

ture.never pays But lu the the short, end. cut It menus to 8U'CCesS dishonesty been brought before tho railway public from DR. KING MEDICAL CO., Yt4onsaaaeeerau: :; ;: : Ailanin Ga. WineosWdUl u

or unscrupulousness of some time to time, and now the men behind

sort. alienates true friends and wrecks such an enterprise propose to ask: the I

opportunity for real' advancement Toe United States to guarantee the Inter- las Stood Th Test 25 YearsGrove's It Makes Pale Cheeks PinkIt

pay In particular poult Ion may m-oin est on $l .OOOOOO for a railroad COO

miles in length. It Is to bo
small 'ibut faithfulness anti Integrity hoped however
insure <>uiploynu that the construction of a rail- Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic, made from vegetable
always and
; hence' they are the' best Invest everywhere way Into the coal and copper region of ingredients which relieve female pain and distress, such as headache.

ment a young man can make. I the virgin territory does not depend backache bowel ache dizziness chills, scanty or profuse menstruation

I upon government backing. dragging down pains etc.
,
The New Bate Hill. The exploiting of Alaska's known Tasteless Chill Tonic ; It !Is a building strength-making medicine for women, the only

It la announced that the railroad regulation and 'supposed resources would add to medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try It.

plan embodied in the Crfch- the wealth of the nation but the people Sold by every drxiggest In $1.00 bottles.

Townsend bill of the last session of are strongly inclined to let purely No-Cure-No-Pay. 50 cents.

congress will'be retained la the niean- commercial enterprises paddle their WRITE US A LITTERfreely : "YOU ARE TMENDS

151 tires to bo brought up for future conIderatlon ."'n canoe, and frankly, in strictest confidence of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jones, o* r'
telling us all your symptoms and Gallatin, Tenn.:
but with some modltlca- troubles. We will send free advice "For since taking Cardul I !have

Monti. The modlQvd bill gives the lato'ratute Amendment to the Golden Ralr. SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE (In plain sealed envelope), how t
commerce commission power Brotherly love and charity do not cure them. Address: Ladles'' Advisory than for the past 9 years. I tell mY

Lis fix rates, or at least to change rate consist no much In what you give as Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co.. husband that Cardul is worth l it

which It find: unreasonable how little you take from your fellow Chattanooga, Tenn. weight in gold to all suffering ladles.'
but these
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''prof:3t3b0- a1 Cards T1TUSY1LLE, FLORIDA. I THE SIX-COMPANIESA -- I Mason :M:. Clark]. Co., 1.1 .

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M. BOBBINS, I WEALTHY AND POWERFUL CHINESE I
-EO.
1 A Favorite Spot In a Favored CORPORATION. Commission Merchants, a" 1
AND> COUNSELOR II! 1 I
TTOItNEY 1 1 Ja Secton-The Famous East J

ATLAW.Ml Coast of Florida. The n.n>nrk. .bl. Social m.A C >turner.clill 110 HURRAY STREET: NEW YOR .

and United State8 Orvunlantlon. Which Jp..l .ualjr
In State
r nractloe Guards the llliclila or All the (.' *.- I

, (ICourt. FLA. ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER, tlale In '.'lalo Country, III.
TlTUSVlt-t-K, Pineapples
Grapefruit
Office at t tM Oranges
!
When it comes to organisation\ : : the ,
,
.- : Chinese could: Rive the politicians card .

L. OAULDEN, Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise : and spades and win out. The proof of,.

D. Down this Far-famed River. i this In the Chinese. Six UomiwulfS. Ash ALL SOUTIIEKX YJ<:nETABI.}: OUR SPECIALTY..

ATTORNEY-AT-LAIN, Fine Fishing: and Hunting: whose province!, however Is. uot HO __ _. i

'.\111 practice In all the Courts of the NIylorhle ..teI Lucas much political ua social and commercial. "
the United Statoa Cuurti. The town of Tltuvlll Is situated on I
, and d II I: I.i I.

I,.0 BQ8.238. TITCaVlLLB. FU. Paints the Florida I ast Coast Railway 154& I i The original purpose' of the ('h111l'!!'" P. Iafg uhltnan: c& Co. .

1- ) miles south of Jacksonville 145 miles Six Companies\ was the mutual rirott'e.tlou .
ti I I
WEBB, (Tinted Glees) north of Palm Beach and 212 miles of the Chinese In their Journeys to :all! WaHhtnvtnn. M. I l NEW: Y OIiK.mill : .

+ J. >' are the most economical north of Miami.)\ The Tltusville brand: I: ami ft'ommel'k'n anti Bending, home :! II1I'1'IIV1",1': '.. ( X. Y.

& I, for Il\u'lulln itilci-Htral tombs the hones ______ I
I' ATTOKNEYATLAWmil paints can of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa

I practice In the Courts of the 1 1roult 7th you contain Key West Railroad now controlled by of those who died lion. Tho purpose i | 't""

for non-resldei) use. They hits broadened, however, until today ,
Taxes paid the Florida East Coast Railway Co., Pineapples
accounts clIoctel.8Vtl.LF only the best mate- the Six Companion net otllclally lii all Oranges .
and
,| rents I also runs Into the town-this belpn", the ,
r.,1 affairs of moment for the ChlneHu people
FLORIL rials better
cover 'There
:, p terminal point of that brauch. America.. To understand the I

b'withthesameamount | are several trains arriving daily trontJacksonville !, necessity. for Much a society one, must and Florida! Fruits Our Specialty. ,,;

D. PENNEY, of paint look better f and Sanford during the take a look at tliu l'hluai nor at home,
,
.
.anti wish to representyou
of the Kluppoira' In State ,
several Ini'Kf't your
\ season. In China the most. Important' politicaland We ie|>rcnent
endure and
rATTORNEYATLAW { longer, As the seat of Brevard county Institution la the clau organization. I :
county social Ill...... Hive HH a trial lili>niont. Established. 30() yearn.:
FLORID i' keep their fine ap- 1 Ij has a court-house and a modern I Family trees lu Cliiun are I ,

rU8VU.LE, pearance longer. Sail building with rarely over two or deep rooted and many brnnchi'd and I .e..a. ..

.;11 i practice In all the courts of the 7th Just tell your painter to three Inmates. The population U'" over almost. any C'lilniunan'8 j.t'I'Ul'llojtl"1I1 I

Judicial) Circuit. record dates. back. twenty-live to llflygenerations.
use Lucas J'af/tts. 1000. Illness Is so rare that one doc.
t Indeed, tw'n ty..lI\'c centuries
John Lucas Cod tor In town finds ample time to act as

.IMEd E.<: ANDREWS, Justice of the Fence and Notary Pub- U what Home claim. rHEysNER' 1 1I !
d PhiladelphiaSolil Tim descendants of a common ancestor
T-t.A W ;'t lic besides attending to his medical cluster toKelher
ATTORNEY S form n chin. They
,"" ?. :" practice while the other finds time to 111 village! or district' calling one another

;ounty Judge of St Luolo County. by .Tils l rllclutr| .1t Sou. go hunting. cousins, but are not allowed tobnternlarry rI

Titusv' lilts FilL Here \Is virtually the head of the In on penalty of death Among j: I :
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.. lit:a. '
FLA.TEPIIEV ---- - --- ---- --- lvii OECOMMISSION M ,
.
Four PIERCE, for over O/M-
dlan River and the favorite point the people of u clan every man "J

FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE fitting out and starling of numerous sixty years In an' elder. reitarilless of +] FRUIT & PRODUCE ''f. ', ;',

E. FOSTER, cruising parties during our balmy winter Ills station. Only those of the younger 'J) .
I
mouths ; aa everything necessary to men who have passed government examination I RELIABLE PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. -

A TTOHNEY-AT-LA W IN BREVARD ST. LUC1E ANT comfortably equip a pleasure yacit. / are worthy of the distinction PRATT ST. WHARF DALTO. MD. I II

Upohuroh Building, JaJACKSOSVILMC gained by virtue of age.The WM. HEYSER 1
.)
yal- DADE COUNTIES. can here be obtained at the most reasonable "
.
I latter are known m "klmgming"or .- "
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KI.A. prices. This Is evidenced by I -=- .
LAND FOR ,: Lucle and lii)
DoHCilpilou\ of landVen; : i the fact that the same parties have the elders. they constitute tutu otlleers! I K8TAllUHim: > IHTI)

}a of northeast !.J: unit went !''s of IIOU' h- I been coming hero; annually for many of the olau. It N" the business of these .

GENERAL DIRECTORY. eitnt4, sec 10, ,.LowuHhl|> :1.4. raittio ;:1\\). I winters for that purpose In preference oiJleer* to decide all ulTiilr of liupor- '

101 :'JO! 100 mid t04, SI. l.ucie COI1I1''). I to other point along the I'asCoast. of & Son i \
any Lance for tho elms In matters especial M. Lane
U. 9. SENATORS. West !fa i 'if n-Hlli. I \ eau. ; J 4 ..mdVUHI. !; attainstheir .. : a
who have ,
..Jao".onvllle.R. of south".'...! i.j.Bio: i tit, low, iii-dip :>: Interest boys
I'..,rillftforro.Mallory'' ..I'.aoola. range 3D, UiO >>o>ux. S l.i.clf uauuby. I To the southeast' of Titusville Is tie majority-eighteen; )'1'111'14-111'0 ai-I fI F"'

U. 8. COSQRE83MEX. Noitluiasito SS ,-f K 'irluviil, ( l *.i. wo 3,,, wide sweep of salt water bay (about lowed a ,'oko.t an animal IlIl'l'tlulot I 250 WASHINGTON 8TKEKF: NEW: YORK.

ikClark.....' ... ...... .. .... ....LakeCil <*n"lil|> :7 I N "..u h. i I'IOjd( 41 east. ;:; six miles In \\Idth'), formed by the waters the ancestral. lands, are rented out i to I

flpsrRnian| ..Monticei.: ; i ::/: : close to O. (1Ctition -\ iml'i.. pln<'ik,,;|>iu |1".111' of the famous Indian River Here the highest. bidder, thoxe near by I I Imembers to I Produce
and
, :, 1.11"1. ilvt-r 41) i.ofeH .. Fruit
II Lamar nu :M. ; ,, fishing, wild duck shooting, (sailing of the clan those at a dltitmice Southern t
U. s. LANE OFFICE. bide co'inty.A I outsiders. Quarterly the oil\.. '
I 1' and rowing can Ue Indulged In to the to
{' .Raglsh r.O. iso, the U"I"( i ho., ( of uorilunittt
8.RiililnHon. ,... IlecelvtUllloaa sea. 18, to'iinlilu' .*?, south, range 1[ bea rt'a content of the most fastidious ears meet to collect the rents. Thei

at Oalnesville, Florida. 3/t' want ; ,.11 HI.I| |1'.nk f'It.. I.ucle sportsman. rents from the nuceitrul property aikept otC..JO..1ooior:3.:: : :: : :b./.IoJcho..n.: to. f;

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.: liver lO.mii'H. i Mill. oalury. In the clan treasury to pay tlUel:
,;;
On the beach nearly In a direct }
Neon II. Hrownril.. ,nor. Apply lo vv A. HAM., Muxri' 'Ia. I ocean and the Kenernl expenses of the elm PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
.... at8telhnntt FLORIDA
Clay Crawford. .. ..... Secretary rr..nror.H. line east of Tltusville Is Canaver.al such as lawHults. public buhlingroads : .
'
\[., Kills;;: ,....... ... ....Attorney-uensri. Iteal Kstnte ltirj:,;.liis. I Club, surroundod by over 10,:>00 celebrations of births and death... furnished on application.an .; ,
I and i
: Cards quotation
, ..CuutptrnlleMcLln.Commissioner owned t.lIlIoi1", out
tnC. <: AifrlcultuiI acres of land. This property Is Should; a member of the clan fall I to - -
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t:"I I Hnllow.'v; ......Supt. fublla IimtriiotluHorcl well by some of the most prominent and pay his rent the olflceri demand It -- - - -

Iin' II. Foster.. . ..,.... ..... .....Burveior-deneri.AdjuUntUenertHralforJ .. oented Nice, 8 lu room TltiiHviilti.cottage. ,. . . *UOO:! ) (on Wealthy residents of Boston who come from the head of his Immediate fninll; .A.1'T: iT JE: <>"'rI-IE: : : !5;. l :

I t.Rooo.: .... .... .... ... .... . Stale. Chem(. 12 acres Land mind llousn\ south to hunt every winter. All quarrels, disputes and unsettle :B I
.. .... .. state KxAUliiiuUtllues : '
1MMa
... :
I (l..t Am"o laEAII settled uc.<+ i'ni'Aiu.itiii'i:
Tallahassee. ,Florida. p"l.t net In OraiiKo frees, The cool, refreshing health-giving debts. within the clan are J'IION1" :

LEO13L4TURB.Ilinltion Oillie: . . . . . . . . 7tK OMUK ozone-laden breezes wafted across from cording to the counsel of the title \VIIIHIUm., WINIH, OINH ANI IIHANIHICH. :'1 1L

II. FLORID, Miami V ... ... ... ...SenaKiUliu9t 30 acre 1.')1)d!, Hourly J the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, scholars and elders. In rime of a qua( i .. f,
..., \file River' Front, (II I miles another clan I I if i amp seer. :
I" .ail, Fort i'lerre RoprdsentacivSCrilK.ME rel with members of Prepaid. .. ;
of the most enjoyable featuresof Express Per 0. .
of Kau 1 H Ilie. . . . )) Ot) are one
: : COURT JUDGES orth <> their own member Is III the wrong tbe 0Quai'It11 I Fulstsalleea. . ... .... .... .... . .........1as ,i
....Chief.funtlo 10 acres llamiiiiick 1.I1lJd1J this phenomenal location. I Full lunrtunoasure 4tile I>:xlral'IIlo. . .... .. . . . .. . .. . . .. .. .110 .
the
H..Mtbry.... .... .... .... JUI.tle... miles from, TI'iiHvllld, There Is a large area of primeval olllcers nnnloKlze and punish wronidoer. Jllln.h.ICCI"hUy.. .. .... ... 1:11111'1701': ' "u""lllr.1 .. . . . .. .... . ...... . . ... . ... IINI i!; .'
.
.Tarter. ... ...... .. Atsoolate" a U..ve. .smooo /Otherwise, they demand redren ".alarmrotary, Rye..... ... . ....a. I IN' 4.111:. 71\41\ a't.' oxtra d"rk. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . ... Ile ;\
dill\ He.nlni Orange forest and prairie land beyond the lute I "I..IC.a... "> .... . ... .. .. .....8ltl 4110 AIle, I "..hllrll"r.ort"1. .. . . . .. .... ... ..... Y I IXI I t' '
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 20 acres River I trout', ut southern and western boundaries from tile other vide. The olncern ,non's W4" Bye ... ... . .. ..8 7/1/ II till, II III'' 1I..Aln.rlll., \ ...... .. ......... ... .. .. ..... .II fat ,"
We* lardeevllle, . . . . . . . . 400 00 northern, authority to correct wayward )'outhll' 14".1"1111'1.... . . . .... .. ..11II 611111:1IH': II II I lIell, Hlllllt, limit. . . ... .... ......... ....1 iI rneh ,' "
,..mm II. Browne, chairman Key of Tltusville! awaiting the advent 1\I1.lt Whlnke, ..... .. .. . .. a 711 D 'N' "III' I,
IIt..to", II u rr. Rive :./Itf 1). L. UA111.III> Agent, who disobey their parents. also to parIsh I "" Urundy" .... ., ., 8 711 DOO "III' Bull Goods Jugs Froe-Not 'I''
II. Kryan..Kl;: .esnuneUnnn .. ritiiNvllln. Flt'. of the thrifty settler to till the those who sell opium In the villageor A"I'I..llr".ly.' .. . . .37/1/ A IHI a /Ml I ,
C. .M.nliaoiiljuarter which abounds la I 1I..1I""dlll.. .. . ..:: .:. . 7:. Irz1) 72/1/ Propa d. '."
' ... ( and ollloos Tallahassee, Fla. fertile soil, now Kumbo| with hoys. I .. .. . .... . . . 8 Iii II'M'' 1111II ,Ilan par 0..1.-1IY8. IIIn. ('orn. (1".1 {Imrie, '
For Sale. I tur. .n..va.IIIII. ,.. .. .. . ..11.11I 140) 7101' tl/n Corn, 1111t1t. Fine. F
CIRCUIT COURT. Fine Property game. Here can be found quull: Thus the nature of the Chinese fIx( N..rth (ur"I!"" ( .rn ey.at pee eel-.Itye. ,
III'
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oor S.Jones, Tltiisrllle.......Circuit JaK: key and Jeer hunting to suit the: most Companies In tills country Is appureni .MUlllltRln/"0.1,1,90 "n"'"r"" .... . .... . :I IXI 4 4A 7 7A 1e9.lI"'/II..lIty per 'O..I.-RY". Uln, e..rn. Rum. lint i irurthe

..Julius, Orlando, ...Prosecuting; Attorne; each ardent hUll Rl'rlnjTItfID-.ourtb. Monday In March.\ Two nice Cottages adjoining Brandy 711 III"' lilli'' MLtar: per let --:W+" Rye. Peach and Apple )
rail rarin-Fourth! Monday In October. other la North TltiiMvllle\ with an Her I Titusville has shelled street, electric California, the Chinese flocked hero loy I' {lug rape or .." ...L..3 711 II'''' U //Itl IIra"ly MoII"w8d lIy AIre, r i irthherry
muck : I\fJ\ II 711 7 110 U..I. -Vinhlrl. (lye, racial Drop.
BREVATID COUNTY COURT. orhl\rnmtlckl\nd fheacl'e"ofrlcl1 I lights a reliable bank, several fine thousands, what was more natural tha "I' Angellee..a edan per .

D. Penney..CoautyJndgItanllen ;' land, Biiitable for truck farm. UDOI brick stores, a Board of Trade five< that they should 1 organize after the CUllI A..rt..ent alhwl'.1 on all g..o.le- --of same-prloe. lIy"._11I".11"11.1 lrilataty.124I12M i e
,..,.. .Proseoutliin: Attorney; river front. I'he l larger '>tlaire has thre of the ,
A.Htowart..... .. .. .County Clerl sleeping: rooms and n eel vant'l! room u I" white churches, large fisheries a tan torn of their country? Many \V..ftlt AdAm" Ht. Jacksonville, FIR.
111'1'1111Torm8..oond' Monday Inlay! Chinese who cnme hail never been more
; sin luff room llnln nlng extract and palmetto fibre factory
imtnerTerm-Second Monday In AuEtiftt.: Btalra; and parlor, thell'!
ill Term-Secnnd Monday In Novomber. room and kitchen below The II.IJ..loInll an Ice factory, law and real estate ol! than fifty or a hundred tulles from
Wlntotr Term-Second Monday In February. him, two sleeping rooms am well birthplaces and 1 to be landed, alone III ?
cottage flees an opera house, a -organizeh Lines
D.IValker second Rod. roaring booming Han Fraiicln Mallory
COUNTY SCHOOL BOA;) servant's room In story I shooting club a )large rushing, ,
.. band, an armory,
R. Superintendent,. mboMl-I""., B. Arnnld Maluliari; n. E. Mimi. below. Large, buck cisterns. to boll I and comfortable hotel, overlooking the out pigtails.. At first there was but onsociety t

1I'IIav..ntur"l J. A. Carter; 'Eurnl>llll. house Adapted for a nice winter bay, besides. number of boardIni! and when a ship' came In thsociety '

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.\ home. houses In various parts of the town. sent wagons to take the Imml STEAMSHIPS

''to A. Cnnkllnit. chairman, R.THlman jndianolaSVuoten Wm. R. Apply to OEO. )[. KOUBI.VS, The facts as presented should have and their baggage to, Chinatown SPECIALPASSENGER..EXPRESS i iI.nigost
, grants
''kor.> Tltusville; Jobn Mlot ; TUiiHvllle. Fin,
r. Cocoa; X. J. Cockuliutt, LaIOK" a tendency to direct the attention of where they were supplied with a room, and moot thoroughly equipped passenger' Bteumililp on the coast, r,'

In eaob'uta. many prospective visitors! to our cosy water and wood for a mouth or two a'',
legnlar SBMlonii are held first.Monday Application for Tax Deed. -NO OVKUCUOVVDINO
' i. town In making their plans for tat: until they found work. This tool

BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.PenneyTltuevllle.County. money, which was supplied by voluutary .STATEKOOMS) :: ARI TOHITIVKIA' (UUARANTKRI) on thone

p. ; Judg.7a1tlden'rituevllle.Pros ( < .. Under Section of rlmpior 18M Lawn of Florid. winter.We have a fine Masonic Hall! Ii subscriptions and voluntary taxes IMPORTANT iiiim| aw) no tlckota will bit noli,!itllexee,..tl the number of bertha, p t

irewartTitnevllle,;.. .....County Clerk Att'y.A. NOTICE: I"I hereby..f Tax.(given Ccrtlticntfl that Peter No. I 1X4.Nelson"'''te,1 Titusville, where Indian River LoJgc Then a rule was made, whereby every)' 01' the Renting capacity, of Dining Hulls, thus lomirlnn all inuMongeri ludlvlilu h' l

,\, HcMlllitn, Van (Ialtle..Tea A*se..r.. time nth iluv nf.JnnutA I Ir.IiW 1 hall mar. No. 90 F. & A. M., Indian River Chapter Chlniiman leaving the United, Rtatei and attention.
W. Hall.Tit.usvllle,.Tax (foileotoi said certificate In my ofllce and IIIM made spilt rvlce "f
''I lenry Tltimrille .Trenmireitalker uiktloii for tea. deal l t.. issue In irconlnnre wit( , Royal Arch Masons, Friendship was required to contribute an niiiomi
II. 'ritusyllle..Superintendenl'Anus ,law. HuM oerilMcata embraces time follnwlmilenrrll'vil ) ( which has varied from 10 to fJO. PAMSKNOKK LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FJtIDAY. '
yard Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star;: .
Tlhuvllle.Cmmty Surveyor .situated lire county ,
'
rown.Tltunvllle.ShwrlllS'orwood Florl'ie.' towlt property I and Tltnsvllle Camp No. 141, Woodmen At first the president of the aocll'tywnlt (See:' Huheilnle' of Hldp In Florida Time-Union) I'.
Tltuaville..Registration OIHceiTITU8VILI.K lot H, Uerilnn'd addition toTltunvllle, Soctioi I chosen for an Indefinite term bu
3, Towiwlilii ti rtmith.' of llnnire W Ka't. of the World meet regularly and dlfTerenl YORK AND ALL POINTS NOUTH, i ,;
TOWN COtYNCHRollins. : until lanil I being ,IUKHHHKII at the date of tinIHBuani I is the Chinese Increased LOWEST: RATES TO NEW '
The la pub
':. E. mayor'| Van Worley,marshal anll >.. <>r mifb cHrtlllodtK In tile n tulle of The Kist Coast Advocate :Ian. were represented' Jealousy np- Including dellghitul DAYLIGHT /HAIL, through the ''I '
t lloctiir R. H. 1'ylen, clerk and treasurer. ; Unknown. rnl: ..nn ...ilil cerlltlcato shall here I fished every Friday morning and by & 1'l'lIr..l. No clan was willing that a "SEA ISLANDS." 1 10 f
' Walker 11' A. tax deed will I."e FAMOUS
10 J. R. oonl'"K to bmw
ameiuiiri; deeniud tt<:
' lIenr'tta W, H. Hrannlnx an.1 tli>ti-eoii mi the r.'th day of Keliruartr, A. D. I1VlcntHH ."' glance through Its advertising columns nember of another clan should lie tI

R.I'rlt'hard.o"nnolonen., The council meet \ my oltluial signature. and neat this tin you can easily Bee who are the prominent resident for life. It was not long be Through ticket sold to all]) northern points for full Information regarding pC
:
19041.!
.t In each month January A. P
il.ivor
ueaday
riTUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE. (12th:Seal <>t Circuit Court ) A. A. STEWART rlorlila12B merchants of our town-men who 'ore' there were ill different societies. tctlonit. olTcrrd hy no oilier line; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets, etc., apply to V:

''I. )t. Rol>hln., president. ; J. M. Dixon, treaiI. .. Clerk: Circuit Court Bv0.A.SrKWARTI'.C.DUAMAN.revar.I..tntV.l are up-to-date citizens and who are or companies representing the most ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonville( Florida 1 > yr
or.J. U. H.it,necretary. MeetH necond Wed for patronage. Read the loptifous) clans:< They were called and '
asking your
..
.dav night. In each month at their roon ads. on every page very carefully. I ire still known RII the Hum Yup\ Yung - . on --. - H' -- -.. .. - .- -- -- i"t t t tOS.A.
I
of the Advocate will "'0, Kong Chow Nlng Yung, Hop Wu
Sample Copies
:11\ BLOCKS : 3. IB ZL, -crtva:: : & 00. '
USE OLD. STYLE /t' of Canada I ind Yan Wo. ."
to part
nj be sent free any
t:2d BYEA: ,
Self-Lock '
:n you can buy the bent United States applica From a small beginning the Six Com- lilT 610 w. K., lit.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. i
upon .
nit Tackle Blocks at nearly the sameprice. and the .
BANK DEPOSIT I mnles have become a wealthy' organlat i: !
United
In the
Now In use tion.
Mate Army and Navy Department. $5,000 R:.R.Fare Paid Notes Taken i ion with a large surplus on baud, ,
COURSES Increased by In-
BOO FKEB rhlcli U constantly
office
Titullvllle.F.zllml oe them at the ADVOCATE HBJUBUIJ iJi ._' Board COLLEGE.at Co t. Writ Macon.OulciGEORGIAALABAMA Oa Hits Stood the Test 2.1: \> r... 'estment.' Their disbursements are ULL TS, '1//'
BUSINESS
OIIOVE'S 'l'"teletlsChill'l'onlo. orrespondlngly hoary Tbey spent 1,1
The old original I
'100.000 testing the constitutionality of ,
.
MANUrACTCRI'JI'SE -
I\'AsnD-JlY: CHICAGO this office."i..jr You know what you are \ :
01'' person or triiotworthlness and JOB PRINTING done at the Geary net and have from time to PR DAID 2
.ue..hat familiar with local territory as ait. -- .--- taking It I Is Iron and qulnlnl! In a taHt- time I contributed liberally to the aid ofafferent I
!.tnt In branch tirtlne.! Salary 'I|i* paid. week
'"rmanenc po.ltlnn. >o investment re leas form. N o cure no pay, ftOcit at the from disaster both la China 1 1'to

"1".1.' Previous experience not essential. to [ted Cross Pharmacy, Tltunrille Fla. and this country and to other' public J '.
'b"'ll. Addresn, "' '
tanager liranche, Como Block, ,Chicago., flair bore. I II

PAtT NAP The fart that virtually all the Cbl- I: .
1l .CT' i 6
't
QT '
does .QTS "
Sir henry Irvlarn'm Lead Anlowraph. ese belong to the Six Companies , ,

Pathetic Incidents la connection with not prevent their forming similar

the late Sir Henry Irving' last hours I mailer Bocletles In every town where

r ''ra Rats are rat berMi m re CsePol L continue to be revealed, says the London -i heir number Justifies It. Tbey may i
y.er. M Iren et' it InIl.e.r Bahl R- the name as one of the fill:
dus eionie.mtllnlf a eennrral News. A Bradford boy who had have gone
.ra rt ran In maa.nr t uanp.nartoa but they art purely local tt P
041..rawe a.ae shown considerable ability on an artist 1 JompHnles, '
sre alx.nhu. In rr.winraICO Ia anti hI character. .important matters are i'r
actor
of the
.o ..et'. / did a portrait great i f Itr//
aed mien asked him for his. autograph. The taken to the Six Cowpanle., whose dl.I (
,.
D.M.FERRYDeirol4ACO., ..... Pau.n.lOla lath V." health at I I rectors are men of affairs who under-
ts gS.r.a... ..,k. ..",.. The. nod breakdown of Sir Henry' .
at.tn tba. 0'anv ..bar. sas.r.ry o'la..ph 'Y. Wolrerbamptoo prevented his signingthe stand the lawn of this country employ
MICA. aoooea.f.k.lr.tyl.I .. Ius
t. MusC.ll's Maart..tTks, rM.M.to'.. ..kt. ) .. picture but on the last night( of Sir j American lawyer and take all rcsponIbllltle -
.
;:::.-:.ubswned. .than.(iii..u.-.I._ wb.v.b.t gill.'a nt Mcb&L..la..tw.bw.a r.a.I. Henry's life the 1001' was handed the *2f the shoulders of their ,
c..... 't rethren who know nothing of the
today. with a bold unwavering autograph
.. liultoeribe portrait,
ataW..tvd ifand.in.; C..Ioa ys'ss't"fe the last which the. actor ever j: Iowa of the country and care lets, tare Agentm for the Pab t Brewing Co. I' I'n;

c.ee..en.. fec( ..... w'here they are forced to consider them.
0 .. ......u. ' .L-is: -y.. wrote. 1
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE.. TITUSVILLE. FLA. FEBRUARY 9, 1906
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President WHo M. BROWN
JAMBS PBITCHABD. : Vice.pred, i
BAST COAST' AiJVQME.' PROFITABLE FELLOWSHIP. WINSTON 8. BKAMNINO, Cashier.;


PUBLISUK1 BVKIIV FRIUAY. Among the pleasure and profitsof INDIAN RIVER STATE RAN
Intelligent travel are the com
Entered at the I'oMollloe. HI Tmuvllle, Florida, paniotjsbifs one forms.. The well-
nit BOUIMKI clum matter.
poised traveler Is never afraid to COUNTY DEPOSITORY,

COADLItS H WALTOB MltorWBCKLV ill l'UbIl8her. make new friends, says the Four- oy.1Bal1 Authorized capital $ ;
Track News lie soon learn to rte' Paid oocr
up capital
$25'0r:
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JODBMAI. D.VOT I> TO TBB D T tOFHBitT read. human nature suUlcinntly to +
or Tire inoiAH nivKK, LABI Average deposits, $:.!OOOC
know whom to trust, and l one can
WORTH AND BIHCAritB HAT(NeurmsN
1 not travel, even<< to' very limited, : :

Y DlsoiHitliiuiin.w of .,Ivto. must be made per- extent, without" meeting many pe">. .in1 ezAbhte1y T ... s Transacts a General Bankit'J

..ally at IIIla olllre or by "rltliir.o. pie well worth knowing." ", The little ( -

)ti Cbeck, .,tuay lie made payable. to CHAHLKH home circle ia delightful and, often Business.

*. WALTON, puhuahnr. helpful, but the viewpoints and I
I :; Largest and Oldest Bank on t the Elt-
r opportunities of our fellowcitizensare .' :
.:,- In wntlnir b>the AovocATK for Information so nearly identical that our ( x3sl,! 7, ah \ Exchange bought and sold "I'>. K-,
Ii OtIIY klll lal(" il-nililr"iMuil envelope. next-door neighbors ore not apt to p, Countries
A --- ----.-- PureDISTINCTIVELY : 1r4
furnish us profitable friendships! us 1 fatronazeappieciated. rrouiiittruatiiuml.
)
flIIR'rOOFFIC"'j'he: brnnrh) Htmtnn ofllrBOf / '
j Til K KAfIT OAT Anv".-'" ,'" U HI K4 SUlk persons we meet whose environment 9 i errative. Hint every favor oonalu' rfnp.!
street. niKiln liirlmrire of' Mr.' Curl I'. Mallowi DaiikliiK grunti
different and who
have
y wh" will iimka lailvt-rtlMlnK' oontniiitu for thin, hire RRE8PONDESTS:
pll"r.Addr., perhaps!, Ijinl l a wider range of opportunities A CREAM OF I r
f Empire Trust Company, :Next> ,
v ... all eomniunioatlons to and seen more of the ' Florida Hunk and Trust Co., Jacks $
TARTAR BAKINC POWDER :: g lie,f'ri'i
KA8T COAST Al>VOCATB, things worth while, which are the
'
I TrrusviLLie, FLORIDA. heritage of the traveler. When U !+ TIT L 4', rL.A..

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who with the does of
the ruuti is familiar It not contain an atom phos- -
0. 8. Department of Agriculture I east, meets. the man who has learned till. k-- :3O: ::: <> :BJ3:: InJ: S.

Weather nurt'nu-hIJUf'r. Flu the great story of the west, the phatic acid (which is the product of bones (.siicue sorto, Dobbins Bros.)

The following in-a comparative\ statement worth conversation I is pretty apt to be digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum G: ; TJN cLl2cI: : :J:... C> C S MIT: : .

w of temperature and rainfall l for the listening to. Badges. Checks Door Numbers, Stencils, Ttnnk and Locksmith SUPPlies,
week ending Tuesday! Fnb. 0, IMMI.DATB. which is one-third acid sub- -U PAIHlNU OK HUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTYGun
j -10011-} -1)01- COUNTY COMMISSION ( sulphuric ) and Kevolver parts and, keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises to-paired.
MAX. MIN. MAX. MtfT. :.I.-Main tit. Jacksonville. 1 la.
q ::11 72 5:1: 77 08 ERS. stances adopted for other baking powders
1 70 61' 75 (08) - --
ti 2 (18( 47 74 NaI because of their cheapness.
I :1:i 66\) 63 I : 7tJ ((1:1t : The Board of County Commissioners TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAfi|
%t 111-I 00no 72 03; met <>u thin 5th day\ of February IIMIU\ /
4o 4r 75 7(1( ((14 at 2:00: p. m. Present: It. A. Conkllng,
I 73: ,0 81 70 clmiinmuW.; Walker J. U. IOlotJ.\ F.
Total rainfall for the week: 3.02 Woolen and T. J. Cocksliutt.. with A. A.Htewurc 'Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime,; Cement,
Depa tllre from normal rainfall for the : clerk, and J. P. Drown, sheriff. t'1

week: plus 2.81)) I Inches. Departure Minutes of last meeting were rend and and on motion, the same is lefcried to K \V Dunn cook furuuur! t. . 12 00 -.x.
from normal rulnfnll since January, Approved T. J. CockshuU, of No. 5 toad District, 1" E CIty Co fl on lees A: olll'S, :2. 17
and Sidewalk Brick
plus 1.75: InclioH.IlAt. 'lax collectors report of licenses col- for action. .. ft on fertilizer for pf. 225 Vitrified, Paving ,..",
''I .. P. HABDIN Observer. laded dining the month ending Jan. 31, Complaint of citizens of UoRklodge, 1'iltclinrd, A lost m 11)00, amounting/ $110.00 Stale, and living on Barton avenue, asking/ that the J I I' Brown sums witneaaeeaud Olltoetl foot 01 Uogao Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone' !
- $!)O.OO) for the County, wan received. obstiuctions be I lenmvml from said\ Hurt jnl'sat' ItKjMCMt . . . . 040
,, TilE football game will never be 'lux_ (Jolleolois; report of poll tuxes, on Rvenlle. and tho Road S."el'llIl"n"-. I John Henry ink testimony" af Inq| 4 1 00 J. K. MUNXERLYN, General Manager.The .
as dangerous aa the automobile for the year l)0r!) collected dulng ont is Instructed, to notify "h61111.,16S\ A A Sluwurl.' '. rcpt of dul, taxes ForDeo
scorch. tho month ending Jan 81, 11>U<), were placing the obstruction In said aveuueto mill. spec 1 lepoit . . 4 00
received
remove. I the same at once John Henry Hppnr tux ri-dmnpt. 22 ill) Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Site
----------- of Justices of the Pence ,
Report J M. It Is moved and seconded that the,., Itiady BIOS oil, elks "i.fllcu . . 1 00
TUB annual Dude fair Sanders, C. T. !McBride W. It. Uouscli, C Board purchase. horse fur IE "
!: county, a use at the I I () ADVOOATIC: printshier/ heads 3 CO U11i
will be held usual II. Nnuni.tu, L. K. Alyeis, II.Jt.. Wilson Poor Farm I'''A A :Stewart .' of 7
as beginning on deco w a ian t tax
or about the second inUlarch and W (U. Peterson, was received. Applications from M. H English, .1. VV. assessor on Mill tax I "coll . GO WmA.:. :: Sours dc Cq
,
Tuesday Cleik's' report of tax redemptions and Wilson, J. Z Kjzer, L. K. Mvers, J W. A A Stewart reco ouler of Judge ,
of this year. purchasers duslng,; the month of Jan Osban, .John Coward, J. E. Illckson, J. ,n/tj et oh . , . ,". . . . 1 20
10K( ), was received. N,, Choker and J. K. Gore r GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
L
\\'erert'cdved. K Myers draw: e'l ot jury . . ii UO) w ,,
On motion the Hoard
adjourned until and of those names put la nomination A A !Stewart elks cost wand sageCo
Now along cornea New Jersey Feb G I, lOIMi( at 8tO:: a. m. the ballot was cast. and returned as follows comrs vs J Ifenry. . . . , 12: !)
Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer!
with a story of how wild geese are The Honorable Hoard of County Com : A A "itowarc writing names ofjnr'sonslipandsealinjury
attracted by automobile horns at missioner met on this 6th day of February J. K, Gore rrcelved four votes and box 400 M
!II/IIH/< S'M a 20(1( East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE' FLA.
ul I'lcsont ,
a. m. : K. declared ,
elected
night and fly into the speeding was iinon lonely SuperInteudanc A A Stewart: attend on co ct ndj
A. Joukllait. chairman; W. It. Walker, of the Oonnly Poor Farm. It aDd Nov
machines and are killed. J, Jt. Allot, J. K. Wooren und T. .1. was moved and seconded that .I._ .... Sept tel m 1(303. 20 10 Catalogue Free. Warehouse on tracks of 8. A. L. It'y. and A. C, L I Il"!;.

Cocksuiitt, with A. A. Stewart, clerk; Wooten uoury J. K, Core to proceed tu ROAD fast DIST No.1. - -
and J. P.Jirown, sheriff. the Poor Farm and take charge at the NMFlats! rood 1 work . . . . 523 -
As an evidence of what Mr On motion the Tax Collector U Instructed earliest possible convenience F It[ Uuyo .' . . 13 75
Henry M. Flagler has done, it Is to collect the taros: for If)>()."> on The Clerk Is Instructed to have some) K!: C L & H Co lumber for bridge/ . 10 31 & Baker
only necessary to say that within sections :ii: and 34, !15, UJ( tp( :22! S K. 31, E writing paper puichasod for the. Count lOAD FfND DIST NO. 2. MeMurray
and sections U and 7 23! : . 35;
r. three months, the early part of valuation of tp S I' E at a Commissioners., N M Fish road walk . , . J3: 75
25
cents per acre, In pUceof The Cle+'k is Instructed to puiulmc U D Provost ", . . . , 7 laJiOAO
last
100,000 people had registered the 401-1:13 Kust Street
assessed Bay -
year, present valuation. 10(10() stamped envelopes tor the use of Jacksonville Florida,
at the hotels. Mr. Flagler's Tho Treasurer's report wan received, the county biidness.Ou FUN DIST NO. !i.

hotels are known all over the world, checked up, and Messrs. J, R. Allot motion I the Fire [insurance on I he N M Fish rood work. , . . . 700 -Makers and Jobbers of-
but they form only those resorts in and W. li. Walker were appointed a Court House, the now and the old 1 VV Herndoii .. .. . . 5 00
committee to destroy tint paid warrants Cleiks Olllcen is given\ to O. A. Stewart .V KKinulm-d!: " . . . . . 150 Vehicles Harness
one section of the State. In every turned over by the County Treasuier agenr, and ho is. requested to writ up E O L & 8 Co lumber! , . . II 43 Carriage and Wagon Material!
portion of Florida there are magnificent with his report. They reported that such policies, for the amounts that the, ,
hotels, and the State is they had peiformed their duty and were are at present Insured! for, as they expi ROAD FUND' DIST. NO. 4..V .
dinchargod. Tho Treasurer had attached I re. M Fish 1. . 128 in J(! Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
consequently well equipped to to his certificate A S Dixon 1 . . , .
report a showing; that In the matter of taxes: on the rock I . 6 23; First-Class
handle the visitors the amount Ids report called for was on land lu Dude countythosame is retes red E O L A. :S Co lumber l . . !II 03 Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.

._ deposit In the Indian River !State: IJank to J. Wooten for notion.' __ u __ _.
Y KI>AI> FUND DIST. NO. 3.

LET everyone keep hustling to to The Ills credit following us county bonds trnasiuer.for carrying 1 p.On m.motion February the Board(II!, IDOil.) adjourned mill r. ,lorgenson/ boll on contract 5 00 TITUS" ':IIL3: L3YjFi.Y' ST.A..DLE
H U Chaudoin road work . . . :23: 25:
improve the of their pistols aereapproyed:
The Hoard of Commissionersmet
appearance : County
J VV Rowland . . . 11 23;
:
t streets and lots. Keep all kinds of "eau i'..iiooino, American Toot uo on this Oth dny of Feb., at 1 p. m. :/) I llll hiiIi
rubbish off the streets and sidewalks I rlBtol No. Cal. :3B: ; Win. It. Campbell, A. I H. 11)00) ) Present It. A. COli kll nil, NAME WARDEN FUND. FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSE.:
llnrilson & lllohardson No. ual.:18: ; Chairman, W. It. Walker, J, F. Woolen, J P Brown s1*! game warden . :33 I: 00 T
and see that, your houses, 11. V. liallou, Smith A WOHSOD No. T. J. Cockshntt, with A. A. Stewart, J Sanders com on hunt Ho col. 10 UO ...STABLES.., BUGGIES,
fences, etc., are neatly painted. 3(1703( Cal ;32 ; A. 1'. Sawyer, Colts Mfg Clerk, and J. P. Brown, Sheriff John Houston[ :20) 00
There la nothing that helps the Co. .'0. 1)42) : Cal 33: ; Ou motion the :Sheriff is Instructed to RAConklloK 't . 12 00 BAGGAGE = ,' SURREI
looks of town and induces The following Bonds. to carry '\'Incbes.tel' take charge of the Poor Farm until the A A Stewart mak a cop for game '
a new. repenting lilies' wore approved and new Superintendent appointed can get; wardens license Issued to hunt 0 50 TRANSFER, *; IL and TURNOUTS<
corners to settle in it more than permits IlIltUedY.. II. McKarland, there aud take charao.: FINE .
AND
neatly painted houses and fences, Colts repeating; rlllo No. Cal.\ 3i: ; E. H. It wax moved and seconded that tho FOHFKlTUItE FUND. HAULING ETC. ..all kinds..
neat and tidy streets and sidewalks Perry, \Vinchester rept. i-ltle No. U725I: \)) Hoard puichane a horse from (J. E. J f !M Sanders crlm i pros j p ot. . . !8:I 03: ;
r[ A Robinson boat
Cut 32.40: at*::4UO.OII( T. :avc.:
and fruit and snaae trees on your No. :243120: Cal. 22: Wm. Campbell, The vouchers and oaring fore It, . . . . 20 00 OsbA.n:
lots. Let us see what you will do I Winchester rapt rillo No. 187t:: : VA!. 40; and warrants following ordered to be were drawn approved for J f C Gilbert cram pros J p ct. . 7 70 ITUSVILLE.10: rear Bobbins', Law OfficeFLORID.\ .|

for the benefit of Tituavllle. A. 1'. !Sawyer, Winchester rept. rifle No. the same, on this Oth day of Feb 1000: [) L Uaulden con vet fees co ct. . 20 (HIJ ) -. .--
:U540/; Cal.: --'. I P Brown trim pros J p of. . 21 ao
- Road petition of citizens of City Point OENERAI FUND. J 1 P Brown com on fins und l ct. . !0 23

TnKitE is much truth in the say. was received and on motion the same is W. R. Walker, Co. Com . . . .# 4 00 FEKDIN-O rRISOKICIlS FUND. -OO4* FSwirl.tineg *

ing that n pestilence does more referred to Commissioner J, F. 'Vooten.of J. It. Idiot, & mileage: 8 40 J.' P. Brown, feeding prisoners .1:>iS 70
that Dist. for K. .
harm in the action. A. Conkling" . 20 20
many cases, by panio A letter from Kobt., Uowier stating his J. K. Wooten . . 8 (00, here bel nit, no further business at this PAPEIUIANQING[ KALSOMININO, VARNISIIINU: STAINING, FINISHED[ [
it causes than by the loss of life, Intentions to remove the wire trom the J.Cocbshiitt" . . 480 time.( the Board' adjourned until first
which la its most alarming effect ferry ut I Sebastian Kiver, was received. J. P. Brown, waiting on Co. Com 4 00) !Monday In March, 1000, at 2 p. m. Etc., Etc., done at reasonable l rates, byriHGS

Great suffering comes from the It In moved /and seconded that the Chairman I II. L. Oanldoii. sal. Pros. Att'y. . :ii: :'tt Q: PAINTING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.Corner .
checking of business and the lack bo appointed .committee of one to A. 1). Penney, ,,"I. Co. Judie.5!; 00) Luckiest Man in Arkansas
notify Kobe Bowler that he must not \V, rt. Norwood salary: Hug otlicer 17 (ICs) "I'm Dm I luckiest! man In Arkansas," '
of employment. A whole city may Intel'Corollb the wire or the ferry, In .1, i'llrownJ.snltur. . . . . . 500 writes II. I. Stanley; of Bruno, "since MI2rTON: : ELLrOT.:: .
be demoralized and subjected to any way, aCl'oslllto :Sebastian River, and J. P. Brown, 30 00 the restoration of my wife's\( health. after of Ave.
losses of the gravest character that the Chairman also notify the corn.ml".lonela A .\ Stewart nun' for pub, . A (IK) five years of continuous coughing and Washington and Main St.
nut in the long run there is a of !St. Lucie Co., to appoint a A A Stewjirt, accountant, . 3O 00i bleeding from the lungs; end I owe my TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
very ferryman and our county will pay its 0 Fries correct plat books, . , 73: (00 goad fortune to the world's greatest
important factor on the other side, part of h 1IIIIIII..ry.I'tltlon II .t W H Drew Co legal/ blanks medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Agents) Agent*
says the Cleveland Leader very of John II, Hams, ut al. cltl- for elks offino. 9 JOTitusville oii8umpllon(! which I know from experience Do Mooy RONALD & FISKE The smnd""I4CycIeEngi
truly. A dreaded pestilence Is a zone of Courteuay, praying for public E L Co.Iigil"ti jail "e"t.., 30 (HiT will cure consumption If taken 3 Cycle Engine (=l I
''warning imperatively needed, it road from Courteuay to Promise Hammock I N Decker mend clialr elk otllce. 1 OIl In time. My wife\ improved with the 1 J ti to C H. 1'. COCOA, .. FLORIDA. 12 to JI11 R'1 11 ,
was received, and It appear. Prltchard & Son md e for jail. . 7 00 IIrat bottle and twelve bottles completed
seems, to force sanitary progress' ing that Bald petition foes not contain J P Brown sharp lawn mowers 'J 00 the cure" Cures the worst coughs/ and i
in many cities and countries. It the number of D.lines an'required. l by I\w. Julius Kline mdse for Jill ,, . . 225ISnicly : colds or money refunded. At the Ked M:. 1ItIN. :EN"G-IJ'Q"E:' SUPPLIES: :: ,
is a hard lesson, but the only one the Hoard takes the view that they have: llroll" , 1 20 Cross Pharmacy SOo and 100. Trial -IILLx: : : c1w4aroWE : -
heeded no authority to not on the same.: J K Walker Ji Co .' . , 2(1 (Oil bottle free e
Notary \hoed of K. J. Webb with F. Brady Bros md* for poor"'I'm. . 40 :M: CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MARINE UABDWARJ) |
A. Rowley and (;1"111. ll. Walton aa surl- () LTaber bill forfruittrs poor f 42: (01Jos Jobrlntlng.. ON TUB EAST COAST. .
HON. CLAUDE A. SWANSON, who, ties, was approved.itequest . Willis work on poor f. 3 00 Acme No 18 and Climax No. 0 Dry Batteries, Switches. Spark Plugs parkCdWire '
with his wife, were pleasant visitors of L. A. Peek for pot mission Ennis.t Fort shoeing/ f horse 1 00 I Do not forget the fact that at the An. Timers, Spark Gaps, Detachable Terminals, Pocket Ammeters. I
to the ADVOCATE olllee a few to place telephone poles along the pub. U FDuren m else for poor f f..2.: 43: OCATB office, Titusville, we do job Brava and Iron Pipe, Elbows, Tees, Unions, etc. Tobin Bronze Shafting$ 1'r?P
ago, is Governor of Virginia. years Virginia's Ito road between Kim Uallln aDd Melbourne J R Walker& Co rode for poor f. 20 1 50 printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and I ers', Steering Wheels, :Sheet Brass and <.:opper'\; Copper, Galvanized and ll'Irele'
was received! and on motion the 'V'" Shoemaker chickens for p f 3 (10 ixpndltiously. Letterheads, Noteheads, Write \ogue-
new Governor, who was, for came Is granted.; / I J N Waller seeds for door f, . :'J /'i0/ () Mllhends, Envelopes, Tags, and all other OUR PRICES ARE LOW AND OUR GOODS THE BEST
seven! terms, a member of Congress, Letter from Chris Brown is received, Wilson\ &Toomerfertllizorforpf. 35; 73 Inds. . .
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representing the Fifth Virginia district
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was inaugurated as Governor WHEN YOU "W"ANT-'IDMA.TO: : Lorillard
of the State at noon on Thurs. P ERS.A"'Y" :Boat Co.,

day last, succeeding Andrew JAck. "
YOU -WAJSTT TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
son Montague, whom we MINI met .

at Hotel Ormond, a year or so ago. B Boats
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The ceremony took place In the hall Bought, Sold and Built to Order],

of the House of Delegates, before

the General Assembly, In joint ses- :E-za.grir3.eG::: : :Iizsta11e.: :

don, and In the presence of the :::J""BOATS"( CAREFULLY STORED FOR THE SUMMER_Reprenentfl'iv.' ,

Supreme Court of Appeals, the the T. Ot M. Reversible Gasolene Ei.RineV; IJj th 23 horse power. The j
corporation commission, the heads UNITED VEGETABLE. : engine of the kind In "Florida and the best on the maiket. See this enRiw':

of the State goverment departments boat at place of. business-end. of City Wharf _

and former Governor CAm. - -- - --- -- - -

eron and tyler, and a brilliant

general: Swanson gathering.Gov. is. a very popular SAY "e PLAIN. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

gentleman, and we tender him

brarty congratulation, -- JtVany: : BUNDLE OF GEND INT IS ILABEUED. TAKE NO OTHCETR. t DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. AT REASONABLE BATE* i





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LAST: COAST NE-VS. i r ;
S. Randall, of Ikmton, Is at tlNew 1

Kockledge.Mrs. ; On Saturday evening Feb. \
******************** : o'clock In the Club
7tO:
O. W. Skelly nnd children tbe dlanola, there will be a I
Wis., have, arrived at
V Notes Contributed: : by Our nogulat.Corus : home of Mr. and Mrs. O S.: Ilardeo. Mrs. J O. Sonieis who has' .
:Ne'V tureetlfrom a trip mound < J
of East Count Ooi'1'ospond.eiitB. F. A. Merilatn general: manager of the i and who spent several mouths '

.1 I Daily Argun: of Mount Vernon, N. \.. During her travels she p;.
la a I winter guest at the Now KockledgtMm. valuable curios which she
_ ... .. .. .
..- .1.N..N.N. aIIN . ...A.T.... .....AA...".A... exhibition.
and Dates Lowrio entertained tbe
Palmetto Club on rueaday afternoon.. !In This collection includoH .1.1' '"

. please send all communication I Eau Gallie. honor ct I ihvlr guest, -MiH. Ernest!: 1'attf Chlnose embioldeiles old
twins und othor brasses. !
to "Editor ,
son
items for publloatlon Cloisonne, Damascene, I and

OCATB! !:, Tltusvllle, Fla. y Mr. and !Mis. Ernest n. Patterson
HARSH ('. "onnsov( '-1'ninuiAX, AM Suit Henninit..n, Vt., are visiting Mis. Low model of a Japanese bathtub,
,rfe cannot guarantee to pubil.l 01<"".1. tug ilnlllu. Klorlilu.Hummel ilo and daughter, nt. their new oottii:" other intoiestlng/ HI tides.Mis. \ .

reach tUU olllce b.l..rt.II ) on Kocklcdgo: lioulevard.Mr. Someis Is a keen ;
'I" not
:18 that weather and showers.Tim and her talk
'situjs., ; and Mrs Iloraou U. Shines, of I be ready talker, \
on Tlmt cadet base hill team Is nov Xew Kock It-dun and Plaza, hotels bave slit willingly gives )for a veiy
their diamond. the of Limo jest U worth much mom than. '
piacitcltigon Hmpiihy' entire cuiunniuti
,respondents, oblige us by admittance fee chained! ac
\Will lu the de.nh uf their iul.viu: child.
of people and placetUinli Mr. und Mill Montgomery: l lilt, on Wed- without the added attiaotlou \
tin)! 'I"' acmes l1eh ,
, 11M possible 11' \ of Tail. Mass: moud, Va., who have been enjoying] Ibll This is a rata. tieat that () t
uon, arrived
Hailing at Ponce P.nk, mired at huh miss Tho ptooeedn, of the j
111 Knit: Gallic Suud.i Last.Miss .
\ on .
Indi.iii River on Tuesday, to lumaiu for be !given to the Florid, II iptlst
Melbourne. CanlH shave! was the guest; of Home time. age Fifteen cents will bo ;

Miss IltBsie Hodgson on :sunday last. Among the Hockludge people wh I ho door. H

Miss Benedict of New York, Is the achieved prominence In the Palm llo.io A shot m u..lcall'l'oprllrn;

"RD W GOODE.-R..al Estate Nntnrlet guest of M.ij. and Mrs. Vono at the K. 1 motor boat, races were MeHsra. UlnguutiCoKgimt ranged, and Ice cream. and
I, and COllveyancer. Agont for ..F.tu"r 1I.. anll'uttee. who have leturuuanil ou alo.
Londoll""d Globe.and. .
of
lar. receiving tho congratulations
I slm14nrsn000"alpanto.[! Hpeclxlatteullucdw Mrs. St Clalr.of the Hyde Park bakeryis their fileudn. /\. Menace to
. the interests ot non.reltld..nte. doing a land office business In pies: Kidney trouble is an !)
Vumt yuml! Editor Chan. II. Walton stepped off and people! aie victims
many
Subscriptions for tho ADOOATK:,. Tuesday aftoinouu'H northbound tr.ilt, .
ff- the K. yi. [.. malany\ before the symptoms
Col. and Mrs. Fowler of
of the East Coast will be shake hands 1thII
just long; enough ofo \\ '
pink paper .
ni7.ed.. Foley's Kidney
the Melbourne Postoffice. arrived on Sunday last, after a run tcHavannah few lends and well 18hel", of t.htl "
Ived tit Cuba. InegularltUis and strengthens :: : ::
.-
newsy mud popular' ADVOCATK.: lie ha
it should
the kidneys, and
up
nand Mrs. Mancler of New Jersey,, The Eau Gallie\ card club met at Cl'algAppln. been spending a few days ac Hotel Hoyi1Poluciaua at the Ihsl Indication\ of

pleasant guests at the Bullevue. the handsome residence of Uapt. Palm Keach. as It is Impossible to have I I
and Mrs. W. C. McNab, on Tuesday --- the kidneys are deranged.
unit Mrs. Page, of Chicago Ill.,,
.
pleasnnt r guests of the Brown houtio.r. last.Mr. Pirating FoleyN Honey and Tai Bed CruH riiaunacy.

and Miss Han Is, of Bermtnaham.
& Co Chicago: oilginatei ;
Lambeitson has returned from Foley :
Ala. are here on a vacation. Mr. Hariit and Tar throat aid DO YOU WANT .
of ? Honey as ft lunjt
south and la again a guest
visit the M. I. ai
has a son attending K. ,
and of the
McBride house. remedy, on account jt'1'ellt -
Sarno. merit and popularity of Foley's (Hone, Jton. Flunk Clark writes to
r and !Mrs C. Rash of Daytona,. Percy Fish. of lioston, arrived in Eau and Tar many Imitations are uttered for Union. from! Washington
e(been the guests of Or. and Mrs. C. Oallie on !Sunday last. Mr. Fish wit\ the genuine. Ask for Koley'g Hone; partment of Agriculture hl ; .

'tewart tbo pant week. cruise. with Capt. Clemson in the yawl' and Tar and return auy substitute olli-i" made tests of the soil of d !
Ind. has Princess. edas no other |iepuiaiiun\ will give tho)
r. Xool, of Indianapolis lions of the country to
a tine lot on Strawbridue: avenue, Is same BatlHfiicIion. It Is mildly laxative luiaptabillty of such sections t
.jht Cadet Brattin, of the K. M. I. eu !
It contains and U safest tor
no opiates
will build a winter home. culture, anll\soel.tllln which I Ibest
soon visit from his blotter Mr. Brat
joying a children Said
aud delicate (.eisons. : by; suited for each "
II1l0n R. French and wife\ A. J. Ross tin, of Brazil Ind., who is hero for r\ the lied, I Cross 1'hainiacy. Second \Plum
1'ho lauds in the :
wife and! Thomas J. Chapman and vacation with his aunt. _._n___ _ / touted, and
have been thus 1.
", all of Cincinnati Ohio, are. late arIa A glance over the amusements and en- mentis now toady to v
at Hotel Carletoa. tertainmontg at Eau Gallie shows that 'Fort Pierce. need suitable tor! the .. ?

he Spinsters Convention which was our town is second to none on the liver He suggests as. the seed will

rat I the Audltoilum, was a great for refined society and hospitality. out Indiscriminately: that' t-
Aid Miss Xora MerrUether left for Melbourne In the district who desires l
and the Ladles Chautauqmi
ess, Capt. Poa e and crow have added n
cty wish to thank all who helped toe boom to the mainsail of the Captain' rhurnd.kv. Immediately write him a ..

It such a success. yacht No. 33. This adltUm has ncl: edmlIerla.ly The County Commissioners have buns ing/ his correct postottlce '
of the vessel. In session Ins week will see that thu proper" 1t..011 tf
tho lotto to the speed ;
has (
;lee Eliza Eaton bought ) Iy forwaided !I'm< rumors ..
t Miss Miday's new home on A number of ladles and gentlemen Hev. Van Autweip and wife" !have in SO"III\I'e also requested' to lit)
briiljje. ( avenue. Miss Eaton airy from Tropic, Melboumo and! other ml- tinned hum a few it.iyn, visit at I.. I''" I I in mediately.IIUKVAKI (

has a nice homo here and we pre- j.| cent points, viewed the full dies par beach :

11 she may sell\ this again. lade of the K M. I., cadets, on Sundaylast. ; Chas 8 Emerson arrived Sun.I.IY !
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COUNTY ;, :
!: )
mass meeting was held at Ste wait's night, from Taiuutt, to spend a day or so HTATJCMKNT..lail. !: : : :

I, Use Monday night, to form a town The cadets of the K..t. I., attended with his family f-
.
ovement Hociety. The Rode Band St. Paul's M, E. chinch on Highland The Rev Mr \Voodson held "HorvicuiIn /.r. lIHtn. !
mhed the music Dr. Chas: htewart 111I11"eeelloh".. hand Jan. Int. "' :
chairman and C..1. F. avenue In a body, on Sunday morning the baptist church Sunday:: niorulii} uiuuiit received in Jan I'JUO.. . : I
appointed\ last. The students were in command of
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'\ secretary' About 40( names l/'apt. Krwing. 1 and evening, to large congiegatloim.Mis. Total .... ... ... .. I '
\low on the roll call. Neat meeting Schraeder IH having Home alterations Less wurrantii pall In Ian tiKMl', !, '

be at Stewart Hall Feb. 12th at 8 p. The lawn"" tennis court of the K. M. I., '' trade In her house, also having 1 1palmed. It .and.re mud ilnliverail Sulioiil!to hoard County; .. (". ... ,.... .
nil all are I invited to at tllud.e is well patronized by the cadets Home l. When !completed W. K.; Holdmi -
1 of our ladles could take a hand and per 1 I 111 will occupy it. halanoeonhandFob.1st, 1'KHI'!( .avenue.'a:
, frame work of John B. Lee's flue points from the young i
hags'' gain some I
,iii Is up. When done this will\ be men, or show them how. Indian River Camp No. 63, Woodmeit AUOVB HALANCH IS HltLO AS . ::! : ft i1 V
nf the best homes In Melbourne::, I the World held their regular meeting >n 'o sited In Inillan River I
ml In the center of town and sur- A number of Eau Oallie's citizens and Tuesday night, when 'I'. I'. Howes. win I allk.lOa per i iMlimr's "," : : : : ,
I :
'" <\vby( beautiful bearing orange quests, and a contingent from the faculty initialed in tho arts of Woodcraft. tatihuil to uionthly report. Less .
.
the ball at not In ..... ............
'palms, and other tropical trees. if the K. M. I. will\ attend Rev 1'
Juoll, of Fort" Pierce, has charge of the Carleton on Friday eve of this week. John Brown held services In St IALAMOKS: IIKLOHOINn: TO KAOII "

building, and has a big force of good; A pleasant time la anticipated by those Andrew's church, last :Sunday morning{ bounty Revenue-(lenorui LOWS, Funtl I . !\ ': 1k '
I dolnif the ....ol.k. which la being having cards. and evening. Mrs. 1) T. Mccarty; sang) .. Koucl .ml Hnilito Hind. .. .. : .i, .
a very sweet solo at the night service. liiillUtnir! 'Kiiml"... ..- -. k 'y
':rapidly' and well, The Inn launch with P. A. McMillann Large congregations were In attendance, <: Una: : ttiiU Forreltnre; Kiiml; : '

command, carried a jolly parly overo __. __n Fesdng i'rixuhers Fond ... i :. ',
The Yellow Fever" Germ : the ocean bench on Saturday last. 1.o.lt..d.. FunU. Tow.JJlot.Nu.:a t... : .
bears several visitors from Eau Gallie and l.aGrlJll'6 ttiul I'neiiiuoiilu. u '. I u a.. ; :' i
i.l been discoveied. It a
jr cadets from >, .. .. .. .. .. 4 (I /
resemblance to the malaria germ. abouttO of the faculty and Pneumonia often follows la erlppi! 1I Mme Warden' Fund ... .. .......... ;, I'
:on the system from disease perms: he; K. M. 1., were on board<< jut never follows tho use of Foley'iHoney .report' of Ituouimed, !I'Krvinii. .. ..
most effective remedy is Ur. Klojj's out for a spinn and Tar. It cures I.l (grippe| dimity ttl.h'N.I-tlu..ral .'111111. ... .
Lizzie was '
The sharpie ... ( I
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tluh'N,1 l Dint. Nu.l.
Life Tills Guaranteed to cure all Sunday last Among those on board ioiighs anti prevents pneumonia' and peulal'fax|.. u n .. o 2...... 1 I i
a.oa i due to malaria poison and coo- Montgomery the ionsiimptlon. Ask for Koley's) Honvjmil it !

lion. 2So:> at the Hed Cross Ph.ir- : were Misses noticed Harris Perry Mrs., Floieuceand Beanie Tar I and refuse any substitute offer. Total . .. .. ..... .. .... ........ I t,
y, Tltusvllle, Fla.Merritt.. 11Iodjson. and,Messrs. VanUuyne, Brown, id., Mr. O Vac her, of ]:>" ORluodt.:; .,, Julia UKNIIV: County ,
Jhlcago wilten: "My wife had a covert :;. '
rwing, J. K. Hodgson and other \ : :
caMe of la grippe three years ago and ll WEATHER .
An oyster roast, on Monday last by J, eft her with a terrible cough :she } ff
''A. Gilbert wan much enjoyed by those Irleclll bottle of Foley's Honey and! Tat : I!!' ,
r. and Mrs. Shelton have moved Into >reseot. The Misses Perry, Ilodgsnn, itid it gave Immediate relief A r>0 centotds ly Hev. Jas. II. White a
if new cottage. larrls and Mrs. Montgomery, Capt. uured her cough eutirelv." He. Veather Bureau, U. S. i.l IQ +
VanDuyne, J.K. Sold the Red Cross FOR JAN., !) ( << i
i nel' mann has just built a fine new irown, Capt. Krvlng, Maj. fuse substitutes. by KUMMAKV
* In front of his store. Hodgson, Cadet Urntton! and others harmaby, THusvill, \Kla.Georgiana.. Ilghent temperature on :! : :
were present. Several,I bushels oysters Lowellt" ., a8t! '
"iitene Rodfleld of was
lerritt Philadelphia, were consumed, \loan for the month . . . \!
on Wednesday. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. pad lllon enter- A average! mean for 21 J years t 1 ri
be hotel Is nearly fllled with guests alned on Monday eve last, cards were IJllhest" 2t: "in "& < I

, are having great sport fishing and he feature of this very enjoyable evening Mr. Taylor and wife Washington, LO\fellt" "at:I "In }!: !(
ting. were Mes- Lalnfall In inches . . . . :
the guests present D. C. arrived hero Monday. ,
Among 'I ,
'"e' guests of the River View hotela MoNab hell and Taylor, the A iveiage for 21) years . . . :I
" very pleasant progressive\ euchre Ilssls ames Hoaxer, Ives, Hodgson and Perry, Mrs. Haven and family, of Cincinnati, UreltolltJ\ In III!05); I
'y' on Tuesday evening. Several nice laj. VanOuyne Captains Brown, and 01,10, arrived Monday nfiernoon. vest ::1\1!) In l I88!' <> < ,
of wind .
"'s were won. Irwlng; of the K. M. I., and Messrs.Llngan Miss Jennie Bower from ILirrltiburg, 'revalllng direction
Hodgson, Taylor, Paddison, '''enn., is vlaltlog J. B. Dower and fatuity umber[ of clear days . . . I
Frightfully Uuriicd. and other of our citizens. Ieclou "fair . . . . ; a
' Peek sherbet, were served ItIl Mis. Jennie G rat to a from Preston, cloudy . . . . l .
hR8. W. Moore, a machinist, of Ford cake and Galllu Is noted for Its (Inn., In visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. II. days with rain. . 1 t p
. Ta hud his hand frightfully burn. 1 o'clock. Eau
"
/hlte. with
an electrical furnace. lie applied hospitable hosts and hostesses.OB days
J many : :
Klon'g Arnica Halve with the usual Mrs. Annie Hughes Is still\ Improving, Inland Home, Merritt ; : tV Vq

iIt: "a quick and perfect cure." of a1klnda\ done at and will soon be able to return home -- ._- : N
ttat< ; healer on earth tor burns, PRIKTIN'O Give from St. Augustine

Bed ode,Cross sores, eczema anti piles. 23o at us this a share office,of at jour reasonable work.: rates. Capt. Carter with a party of ten, went TITUSVILLE'S, ; :! l,

Pharmacy. to the beach last Thumday. They all The following are the times

- dn -- sport having*spent the day very pleas and departure of passenger 1 I li

..rfM.. f'f4<.. fltl'Maf1'4r'f I ntly. rrom- Tltusvllle:
xllr. ftNf Ftf....'f..IrKV fKtf : J. A. Odell left here, Sunday, for his SOUTUBODKD. '

)nma In Chicago after spending; several :: j
Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne ofllee, : week. hunting und fishing ou Indian "..ve Tltu ,lll. for Miami and }I : : ,

CC*f\\ la creating our and Banana Kivers. intermediate point at ,

.. .. ... On last Tuesday a surprise picnic partyr .
. < D. I
t -'" .. . .. ... ..... ... . ... .... .. of r 47, with well tilled\ baskets, gathered ) ) : -P
V.J
- at; the home of Mr. and !\tn.J.1l. White e.T/tu.vitl.nrJack.onliis I : fl ,
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT 10 i honor of Mrs. Whito's birthday, she and Intermediate pulnu' JBTIIBOr t

i belnjf HO years of age AC noon a feast ::: : I .
. Hanfnrd - :
TltniTllle for
.... .. .. ... . ... .. of; good things was enjoyed by all presit. 4rrIY., .TltuiTlll from Hanford 1\ y"f

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and be ::
to meet the genuine wants of the people, 8ELKLOCKINO
\ rALTOV I
line of :: A Healuijt Uotpel. : yI
now claims to have the most complete .. Patented In ill countries.
The Kev. J, C. \\'arlen. |>a..tor of block uf the kiwi In the ; : ,t1'l .k

Sharon Baptist church Bel..lr, Ua says r ( ti
river ted with the -
nn the "H's Godsend to :
House Furnishings w seen j of Klectrlc Hitters: a .
- << mankind. ll cured me of..a lame back, Bearer. Useful In any .

sllj'f'jolota, aod complete! physical oolpite. ( hoisting Is done With

beorJ of Angle Lamps ? :: I I was sXj weak It took me half anh'lIr one man can do the IN t'
You have et to walk a mlle Two bottler of '
<< lectrlo: Bitters have made me so strong Thousands sold in the I :; ;t i 4

Write us :: I have just walked thee miles ID M mlnutell and !see them In working : :;; : ; '
Some people call them Angel Lstupa.! and feel like walking three more. office.or the store of Jas. : I+

the on Mr. Rockefeller. I It''. made a new man of me." Greatest i Son Tttiisvllle. I. .
and will tell joke
we you medy fur weak nest, and all stomach

ii Jlyer and kldn ? complaints. Hold 1 under Cleaning! and lre : ;: .
the Ked Cross Pharmacy.
t iarant a at '
'
at4 r FEE &: STEWART\ COMPANY + I Price 60e. i iFOR .I All work done-np-to-dt \tl'\:. ,

KINDS or JOB PRINTING me. Andrew Gibson, at
Melbourne and Fort Pierce. :xw I ALL llee> 'I :1: I II
remember the ADTOCATC office. BarberShop\: oo Washington(
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FLA. I!"'DRUoARY 0, 1906 .
TITUSVILLE -
--
EAST COAST ADVOCATE ..- - -- '
WM. :M. BnuwlII, Vlce-Prelld
Prellident; Ib
PRrrCBA.RD.
J.IUS.: c.a: bler.
8. BSA.NNING,



EAS1'' COAST ICVERY ADVOUA I'RIVAY.TE.I'UBLllUKn PROFITABLE--FELLOWSHIP.Among the : rt'9 and prollt I Iof I INDIAN RIVER WINSTON STATE BANK


nt IrRvt'l are the com
Intelhg
DEPOSITORY.
Entered at tbe 1''o/lle8/ a' TU1I.vllle, FlorId", panlobshlJ8 one form". The well.pol N
as c..nrt.cl..... m8tter. ed traveler Is nev..r "frald toIDttke o.I Authorized capital. $ ; 00 Cc
Paid capital, $2S'OC
Fourl'rllck
------ new friends, 8"1', the up
ill 1'ublbber.
II. WALTON. ".dltor deposits, $200'0
CnAaLB NewlI. He 1I0un I".rn" tort'ull Average e
---- .."

.."..aL" oIOUBIUL 0" Tn. I IIfDIAI>.VOTSI< >.IVBR TO T, .L..D..LO."S1fT ... know hUIJUIl whow to n..ture trusl,8ulIlcl..ntly"nel one c"u.nl.t to. Transacts a General BankiBusiness. .

-1
"oaTH ..Ifl>.,"0'" "10.8."IIBOTI0IfIl.DI trl&Tel. en'n tu' very limlteelt'xtt'lIt powder

o."th'118nJ of ",ht OIII"t be D.ade pe,.. "lthout "'t't."tin mliny (lion.I'I Baki.nf: ItciOCA

at tI,," "Oll-e or by wrUh'C! wt ll wurth knolll/lnil./ The 1IIIIehum" I
.ally
circle Is dt'ltghtful "nel "ftellbplpful Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe Rill ,

Obenlt,etc., may be made "ay"ble to CU.ARL"' the viewpoints Rnfloppouunltles ,
but
A solutely EJlohl\nge boujtbt aOlI "ohl n Vn I
... W4LTON,11I11.IIHher.In . (Of ourfellow.dtlzenp.He CO'lDtrle8. C< 1dbu

.. to,th" AOVOCATK for Il1for"", .. 1Ilirly Identical thttt 'Jurn.xt on
.
"Unlt .. 110
byenelo. "..tron"lte alp"cl"teI. ?rOInI'I r.Ir"stmoul .
"011 mI'Y khul.thnwrltur..lJlobl1l1e, door nelghhon ure not apt torurllilth PureDISTINCTIVELY ,anti everr f"v..r cOIIHI. ,jiJ".erVltIV.
lru".oll el1volol'u
1I1II1'811.l, < ., \\\111
I oj(" itS IJrulllu lo frlcnd hlpA liSpe bauklog gr..ult

nFYle"-'I'b' bron11 ""H'on om"" Ult'ctholle environ.lIIellt. CORRESPOND!':""!! 1011
ORTOS" II1111&] rt'O!' III we
Tn }:AH'r ('''A.T A OVtt"A"K tH Rt .... h..ve. OF :SO" \ 1.lnlplD
of K ,,, In "1".IlIl..r Mr. ('lIrl I'. Jllull. .. I.re 111J1"t'rent Rnd who A CREAM E I.lre) TI\I8t ComPM"r.
111111 ,,,
.treet
ke lallvurtlHlnK "..ntrBl''" r..r th of !lorhillo H..nk. and Tnl t Co., Jilek. ;
who will "" perhlipll, h".1 a wider range op.portunlties

papor..ddre.. anll seen more of Ihethln TARTAR BAKINC POWDEIt USrII..LE. I L.A......
.. oOhlmulllo"tlon. toKAS'r r.J.
all ."hlch lire tbeherit
Vlorth whIle. ---
AIJVOCATE, 8 -- ---- -- --
COAST -----
-
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TITIJ8VILLJI, II'WRID.A.T <1ge who of the Is farnllllH trl1Veler.with'Vhpnthe'man the does not contain an atom of phosephatic .. -- -- --- --J.HI---- -:-.---:D--<> BBI1'TS.::


T S. Hepnrtmell t of AJ'rlcultllrc eltst, lIIeeU tbe 01 Ii II who has learned acid which is the product of bones (.... ( c S 1'\lI: TaBac1g6 ::
the rc>
of Ihe west, an.d.
>uu-.JuIUer, 1"111. the story : 1'1"
great Gcr
)Jur<<
Weather to be acid or of alum H'enclh'. Tillok and Lock mlth buppllea.HEPAIIUNG .
Iii Numt.crB.
cnnVt-rlultlon pretly upt digested in sulphuric ) Cbeck", Duor SPECIALTY
EVOLV"' H8 A -
8tate.ment AND }{
The followln"I. oomplnaUve worth listening to, 0\4'\ HUNS
.. and Valilled UepRlred,
Trunk.
week of endlnTne8day temperRture/ Rnd, F..b..rainfall 0, 111011 for, the - -- --. (wh ch is one-third sulphuric acid) substances Gun aDd n.vohel' pArta 224 IJlleI MRln kf'Y"t.a' wboleaale.Jack80nvllle. 1<'1110.

-10.)1)-.) COM MIS- -- - ,voll
100fl-MIN. JlfAX. JIIrN'. BREVARD COUNTY adopted for other baking powders -- ----.-- -

D4TB.:U MAX.i2 1:1: 77 liS I SIONERS. At D SUPPLY COMPA r.RI1.leR
of their cheapness. FUEL
1 70 lH i5 UMJ because TIII SOUTHERN .

: 118 n N fin Tbe I1lJar" of Conllty CORlmlH..lonerH J r. SIplolt
:1 III) I):! iO UI: thlll 6th elllY of Februliry ]IJOII,
n 110 7a: 0:1l : mot ton R. A. Conkllnlf, Coke Brick Lime Cement
4 IHo at :lIIO p. m. I're ent: 'Wood Coal ; ,
75 r.o 70' ehlAh'lIIan W. n. Walker. J. H. l\lIut, J. F.Wuolen r. }
; _._
n tU 701'otal with A. A.StOWDI.t. ,1.lt
7:1: alld T. J. Cuokllhutt, T""

rainfall for tbe week : 3.IJ2Depa clel'k, and J. P. lJl'O"I'" : ...herJtT.Mlnute ( .. .. r. . . . 12 00lI' ....
I'Rlnfall for the la lerl'rlt'd 10T. E W DUDn couk ur "" Brick.
tUI'e from normal of l/18t/ meetlnjl wore read and and (\n mollon. Ihe amo r ticl'a & potll'S. 2 17 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk .""
"Week: plna 2.1 1I Inohe.. Departure I approved.'fax J, Cuck..hutt.f. No. G Ioatl Dllltlltt, ..E CHi.. It"t.o on uu ferlIlzer, fur p f. 2 2.ip.ltchnrd ,
lnfall alnc" January .
from normRI rl of IIC8nll" 001lecled for IIctl..n.Omnplalnt
colleotor report 31 of cltlzon" of It""kle tre, & H..II mtiR ru,' p."r f II 1J JRck onvl11e, Florida. Telephone Xo.2J.
IncbeM.lIAr. JILn.
plus 1.7 Ihllln" the month endln Officea foot 01 11 ogao Street.
that ..heOblltl I' UrulNn ." lI' wlr IW"""'" RlldJUI'1I
.. P. lIARDrN. Ob erver. IIJUI} amouolln t.) '110.00/Slale/ andIIIO.OO IIvln" un U.ton, avenufO. lI.klnj( . 0 .'0 ,
received. UCUtllI" b" lem..v..d from slttd Hart.on at hlfl"f'.t . . . K. :'>IUN HLYN, General Mana er I
:! for tho Cuunty. Wit" Road :iuT.erlnlenll.ent ,''ohn Henry lok 108111110ny at Inll, .1 00A I
and tlte
. - 4ollectol" rtolort of pull taxo avelllle,

TJlE football gllme will never be for 1'1\.11 the: yelll' IIJO c"1I6 Id dUllulI: III !rllltllIoted to notify In Itnl.t th., avenue VRI'llellplaclnlt A SI"K"Itee"I.t/ r'II.It'polt..t .1,1 tIlX". . .". r..I'Deo . 4 00 Eatl\bJJahell Grl\ln anti ee't' IIoll8e In tile 8'ato.

88 dangerous all the automo llescorch. the month ending JIIII 81, 1000, wele the UhtltJ'UCII.n John Ihnry "pl'nr II1X rlelllpt, 2:! 110Hlady The OleleHt
be slime at onco.It
received to reloIlOve I .econde ) tbat tit,, ; B..I'. 1111 clkH ""tIIC6 . . . 1 00
nnd !
,,, J. M. t moved
. 0' .1u ll., of the Pencc,
Uepnrt lU'ati 3 1)0A )
-- -- fair Ran era. 0. 'I', McDrlde W. H. HoeHch, 0H. Bun rei purohllllo a hot"e for use lIt I he I I Ippllclltlonltrom (A) A tewlu.t ltVICATE reco p.lnt.....":.Iltnt letler of tax ""\/ :: :: .. .. :s Ou.rS:: d:::; 0
THE annual D" e county L. K. D.' H. Wllllon !'Hor Farm ,
N..unMn, Myel" roll. . 00A
III. Engllllb, .,. \\ R".eHsor on HilI' lax
will be held ftlII u"uul" beginning onor and \V. 4.I'eter"ol1, wa recelv..d.Cltn J" ,,.,. I'I\"erM, J W, A '8<\ on recu 01 der "f Jud e

about the second Tue d"y In k'8 lelOI'I. of tax: redemptlonll of .andpurch..era .J"nUJII6 WlI.uu,Juhn J, Z Cow"rd I"yzer, J. E. Jllck.uu, .J. ",IJ ct ct . . . . . . , 1 20L GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
month O.bRn
tiIIHI,, Ihe I ,
. . ;1 00A
,
draw cl '
March of this YeI\r, recel ved. N. Chalker Rnd J. KOole we'er..celved.and K Myel'lI : 0" j'UY.

- 00, WM mollon the JloRrd aelJourned until uf theMe nllmftH aUI.l put I'eturno In nomination New Jersey Feb (I. 10011. at 811a.; / m. the bllllt>t was ca..t ofJur'son
Now along comes A "ifOwart wrllnname"/ .
Com.mlt.llioneril i . ONVtLIE, FLA.Cat"t
The llouornblo Ol&1'I1 of County 10. : 400A 200 Eaat Day Sheet..J ACK
with a story of how wild geeflle are met on this 6th dllY of }<'ob.I'UIUY I J. K. (hne received four vote and Il\lpand\ .Iallnjnrybox.

attracted by autolllobile Iwrn8 nt 1111111, lit 8:;11) a. m. 1'1 e..ent : K.A.4oukllnlt. I II de.llar"d ulllll1lloualy Puor elected\.<',11'111.1I1IIJer.Intoutllint ItWR8 !Sept A Slewa'r Rod,Nov atll'nd te.. I""JlJOi.co ot. .adj. :..10 10JlOAD \ >//Iue; FI'ee. Warf'bOl1aoS on track8 of t:!. A. L. 1'y. and A. C. I..II,. I'I

and Ily Into the speeding cba.outuV.; ; n. WILlker, of the Oonnly .. .__ __ _. .
.n
night killed. ,J. n. 1\1 lot, J. .... Woor.en and T. J.Cockllhutt moved Rnd "econded that .1. . FUND IH T. 'NO. 1.N - . __ -

machines and are with A. A. IItewal't, clerk; Wooten notify J. K. OOI'e to pl'Oceed totbe 1\1 FIHh rOIL
aD II J, P.Uruwn, ..herllf.On Poor Fum and take ohargo at the 1<' JI U..ye" . . . . . . 13 15K Baker
evidence of what !\Ir. motion tbe 'I'ax Colleotor I.. Intrncte earn"st pOH..lble convenience.'rhe C I. & Cn lumber fur brld e. lU 34JlO'U McMurray &
As an to oolleot the la1tes fur 100d onlIoollons Clerk I. InHtructed to hav" somowrltlD" Fl'NJ) DI 'r NO.2.N .
Henry 1\1, I"lagler JI88 done, It Is ::1:1: and 34, :J 30 tp 22 8. It. ;H E pRver 1>..IIChllH6d for the Count,
I Fl h road WUI k . . . . .13 75C
only necessary to uy that within and 8eotlonll II and 7 tp 2:1: H. :Id E at n C..mmIHaluner Street, Jacksonville, Florldll,
lulttrllcted to pUlullltlelOtiO D Provollt" ". . . . . . . 7 1:1nOAD : 401-413 Emit Buy
three months, the eRrly part of valuation of :lIS oent8 per acre, In plolceof The Clerk la of
pe'ople had regls.tered th" rellcnt a8aeH od valuRtion.'J'be 8tl&mped en ytlope rOI' thu ulle FUN)) rouT NO.I.N : _Makcr anll Jobbers of-

last yeRr, 100.000 Treasurel"8 report wa,. received.checkod the oounly bu.lncllfII. 1\1 Fl.h rOl d WOI k. . . . . 7 00W
}< ,beConrt
at the hotels. .Mr, 'Iagler'shotels Up. ami Mo ar.. J. H. llIotam. 011 nwtlou Ihe Flrtt [nsu.-ance. on 'olttCle. lt rnIUlI .. .. . . . . . . jj 00N"
!
are known all over the world, .! W. It. Walker wtJl'e appolnled acumnllttee Houlle. th uew "lid Ihe E KlolIl"..., .. . . . . . 1 50J Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materia
S'ewO\1t'
but they form only those resorts In to IteHtroy tb pallt war""L8turnel .k. 011lce" 18 hen to O. A.w.lte <1CI&tlCulumber. . . tl. ;) ,
I" led 10 UlIuoh '
And be -
over by th. County Trea8111er "!tont, lefJu"
In
one section of the State. every ... the llntK tlH\t the.aro No.4.N .
with bl8 repol t. Tbey reported tbat l'lOliole. for Itm. nOAf> FU D IHIIT. Saddlery. Hubber Tire..
portion of .'Iorlda there are mall:' they hl\li pel fOJ'meel their dnty and were at preHenG Indul'ed f"r, ns Ihey ex.pll' 1\1 Flllh '" .. . . . .128 .'11A

nlflcent hotels, and the StRta Is dl oll&r ed. 'r he 'freli ltrer had attached ''. 1>1 xon .. .. . . . . . 6 2;} First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc,

consequently well equipped to to, bl report II cerlltlcllt" 8howlng thattho' In the matter of tRX". till the I"OckhLlld EOI.t./SCI/ ) IlImbI.. . . . \\I 03lNAU I
amount hi. repol.t olllle for wa. ondepo..lt In 1I.. couu'ythellame' 18 rolellto
handle the visitors. FC1'If' ) UI"'T." No.3.
Ulver tato llnktu .J. Y. 'Vooleo for nollon.On y. SoT.A.DLE:
In the IlIdllLn T.JTUS-V-Xx..LE:: ] L..L v .a:.:
RdJourued ulltll . . :> 00it :
his er"dlt aa oounty Irtalluer.'l'he mol.lon the loRrd: J, ''or enHcn b,1 on contract.
folluwlDj bonds for carr)Ingpilltols 1 p. m. February II, 100.1.'rhe . It Ch.Lud"ln. rua" wurk. . . . 2:' 2;}
LET everyone keep hustling to Approved( : Board ot CO'IDty' Comml alonor ,I W Howland" ,. . . . . 11 21; SADDLE IJOHSE
the of their "ere IUh do\y of Feb.. at 1 p. m.A. FEED AND: SALE
thl. .
Improve appenrance JolJo 1'.1101)1.he, American Tool Co met 00 GAMb: WAfWICN FUND..r

streets and lots. Keep all klndFi or No. C, I. ::12; Will. H. CIt 1pbell, n. lOOt! l'rellent If.. A. Conkllnll, P Brown "l game warden, . :\;) 00J ...8TAI1LES... I1UGGIES,
Wooton
rubbish off the streets and side. I'llItol & HlclllLl"dllon No. ';1,1. ::18; Chltlrml&lI. 'V. R. Walker, J. F. II! Manders com 011 hunt 110 coi. 10 UO.J

housell! II. V. Bllllou, :smith ,It WeH on No.8U70 T. J. Cock"hntt. with .\. A. Srewart, ob Uou Lon .. .. . . lit) 00n SURREY
walks, and see that. your elll ::12; A. 1'. SI\wyel', Colt. 1\-1 fgto. Clerk. Rlld J, 1'. DrowlI, Shel'llt.On A n Conklinlt Ct' .. . . 12 00A I1AOGAOE
fencel etc., are neatly pltlnted. .. mollon the :sbel'IIT I.. In tructed to TunXOU-rS I'IIA
..o. 1)12 4;", ;15.'I'ho t.he A IeWR..t. mak jj cop f"r IlILmewarden. TRAX8FKR, and
There Is nothing thlit helps the foUuwlnlt Uond. to carl'y Wlncbes. take ch..rlte of the PlOor FlLrm until 11 cenHe I"aued to II n nt II 60nNI'
and Induce... new. l'tlng rWell wcre a )pl'ovfnl Rnd new Superlntend"nt appointed oan !tettbel'e ..all kinds..
looks of a town, tel rep ud flLke oharge.It : .As'D: FOUFltITUIIE FV:>In.J ULI G ETC.
IlIlIuell. 'V. II. Mol<'atlllnlt, I
comers to settle In It more than (per Jolte nil I"l'epollllnlt rUlo No. ..... Cal. 3.1:. ; K B.J WR" moved allll lIeconcled tbat the M Sandel' crlm pro II j pot. . . II OJr :
neatly painted hO\lses and fences. > "Inchellter I'ept. rille No. U7lJO: ; Dond 1'UlohaHe hor.e fl'Om O. E.I'rttobett A HoblnHon Capt bOILt and seln J'. Osban.:

neat and tidy streets and sidewalks, Cal err)3.1.40!.:. ; U. It. I.yun, Wlnobellter rept.ll1le at$:..100.011 and olLrlnlr for It. . ; . . . . . 20 00J TITUSVILLE.In rear ..f.Robblns' I..aw Office- FLORID.

and fruit and shade trees on y"urlots. NI). 2434.1:.{) CIII. 22: Wm.. tam1'bellVlncheKter The followlnJt; vouchers were Itppro'ed C Ullb.tI.t cl"lm proll J p ct. . . 7 70D .. -. .. --
rill., No. UI7:! Cftl. 40; and warl'Unls ordered 10 bit d..lLwn for L UallldeD cunvcli lee. 00 ct. . 20 (H) -
Let us see what you will do \ rept. of Feb 11100: . . . 2l ::10J
A. I>. S"'yer' Wino heater rept. rille) No.l the 811111". 00 thl. Oth day J P Drown crlm pro" j l' ct.
for the benefit of Titusville. P I1rown com on find ..nel ct. . \) 23I'EEDI .{+-
: 40 01\1. II:!. GENBRAL: FUND.W. Fe-j.rl.: tirl.g:

-. Hol\d petltlou of oltlzen" 01 City Polot n. Walker, Co. Com, . . . . .. .. Oil :>Ill PIU ONEn8 FVND.J. }

TJlERE Is milch truth In the say.ing WRit reoel vetllLo,1 00 motion the a.\me lrefert'ed J. R. Mlot, .. & mlle".te: 8 41)H. ) r, DI'own, feeding prl lmer . .1:5S: ; 70 I II :;
P.Voolen 5i1I
J .
to Commhslol1er . . 2\1\ 20J. I KA LSOMINI (}. V ARNI: IIIN STAL ING, FI [
G
does more A. Conkling" fnrtber bualnEllla lit thl. PAPEmIA ING.
bel
tbat pestilence of that Dillt.. for action.A .. .. . . II 00T. 1 here n lot, no
harm, in many eaSel, by the panioIt Itltter from Hobt. lIow1er atatlng hi.. I IIn \Vooten" .. .. . 4 1'0J. time the 111>11 reI adjolll'ned until flr.t1loOlby EIO., Eto., dODls at reaHonl& l" rale., byWillGN
of life the wire frl>lII the J. CUChHblttt" In 1IlIroh.! JUnt!. at ::1 p. m.
1088 >VII
than. the lenllolls to l'eml 011II.
causes by reoel vetl.It . I'. Brown, wRltlnjl on Co. Com. PAINTI: G OF ALl. KINDS A SPECIAI.TY,
which Is its most ftlRrmlng effcct. fCI'ry I t :Seb"atlaD" 8000m.lod HI ver, that WILd the Chair.nllu . I,. lhuld..n. ""I. 1'1'0.. Att'y. . ::1:1: ::13A. I.ucldestIull: III Arl imms."I'm .

Great sutrerng! comes from the Id 1m movelR",1 nppolntedloommlttee of one to .. U.-;. (Norwood.'enney, a'ii.' ..altuy Cu. }Juhe teg otllcer. . 2 11:) 011W. IH) the luoklellt IIIILO In Alkanll".... ::t\I.ttLTO: : ELLJOT:

checking of business and the hckof notify I.obt.: Uu"ler tbut he mU8t not : 00 wrltea n. I.l\tnnley.\ of I1runo, ".Ince
. . . . is
.J. I'Drown, jlnltur. Ave. and Main St.TITUSVILLE. .
whole ...llh tbo wire or the ferry. 111 of wife'.. belLlth after Corner of Wa blngton ,
employment. A city maybe Intel'Cero ..J.IUrown, ll'r. . . . . . ::10 (4)A ) the re toratlon my
ILcro a I beSeba/ tlan IU ver, and 110A five of oontlnuon.. cou blnll anti FLORID"pent. -.
demoralized and subjected to any way .\ Stewart n.ln for pub. . . yeara -
tllat the Clmlrmlln alHo notlry the com.mllllliouel" 00I blet'dloll from the lung"; and 1 owe myIlooti
character, rt I\.IOOllntallt. . . ::11}
,
losses of the grR\-est of Ht. Lucie Vo., to ap 'olnt A St"wl fort une to the world'8 greate"tmedlolne Arent.lDe
bunk... . . 7;; 110J :
0 \.< 1'10" COrl.oct pillt .
nut in the long run there Is a very ferryman and our county will 1'"Y It.. [ & W n Ol'ew Cu le/III/ blank. Hr. Klnp11; New 1>llIcovery lor. I : RONALD & FISKE 'J'be ::>tanlar

important factor on tbe other side, part or bla IOLhuy.I'"Lltioo for clka olflolt, . . .. . . . . 2 40Titunille (::01l8umptlon. which I know from 1'.11: Mooy 4 Cycle Engl:.
2 Enjllne
cltl.zeu Cycht
Leader of .Iuhn II. .'nl "t al. 11 .. . 31! 1111 pellen.e 11I'11cltre\ oon811mptlon If taken 1:! to 3110 II.
the Clevcland very E I. Co IIghtH j. et. (I H.I'. COOA; FLORIDA.
says for publloro.,1 wife with the 1." to "
of (Jourte"y, praylnlt 01)l'rltchlud ) In time. 10ly Improved
il mend clll\lr olk ottlce. 1
DoJcker
A dreaded pestilence a'warning 1' N
ruly. fl'ont Courleonay to l'romlae ll.1m.mock. bottle anll twelve botLiea completed
Ilr
t
. 7 01)J )
meltle for j.II.
Imperatively needed, it WIIH I'eoel.ell, aOlI It Itppear.Inlt Brown&8harp Son Illwn mowers. :! 00JUllll11 the ollre." Cures the ",or.t coulth Rndoold" .A..B.Irq-E: :: :EN'G-XN'E:: ] S"C"PPLJ: :: S,
I'
seems, to force sanitary progres8In that said l'eliliou d.... not contain Kline I11d e for jill, . . 2 2IJI'lIcfy (lr money refltnded. At tbe Hede"olll -EJnrd.: : : "''V'Vnro-
many cities aDli countries, It tb" nlllltber of n..nH'" "It nqnlrc.1 by hlw.tb" DruH" .. . . . 1 20J rluumacy. 600 and $1.00. Trial MARiNE UARDW.111ON
l1u"rdlakell Ihe view tllIt tbey lIave .. bottle free. WE CAnny TIlE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
. . . . 241 I1UBr"dy
Is hard lenon, bu t the only one It Walker & Co ..
110 anthlllity to "o 011 the all1e. : TIIE EA8T COAST.
mds for (arm. . 441 :I.in COl.
Bro.
l1ee ed. : 1I0nd of 1"" J. W..bb, wltb F.A. poor Job Printing.Do Swltchell 8pnk rJUf8! Spark
Notary llatteI'If's
L 'fRber bill for frulttr. poor I. 4a: II I Acme :No. 16 anll Climax No.6 Dry .
Losl"y ILnd Chit". 11. "'I\I"u 811 BI1I'I- .Jull WIlli" work on poor f. . . . 3 00Ennl Wire, Timer.Opnrk:: Gal'II, Detllcbable TermlnalH, Pocket Ammeters.Dra. rrp '
HON. CLAUUE A. SWANSON. who'l tieR, WI\II aplrovtltl.Ite.uest & Fort shoelnjt p f borso. 1 isO not forget the fact that at the AvVoC..u ... and Iron l'lpe. Elbow Tees. Union.., eto. Tobin Bronze Shaftlnll, iJ//.

with bis wife were pleassnt of L. A. re k for pOl'fnl"slonto U It'Duren mdlle for poor f. . . :.! .1\.1J ; : office. Tltu vllle, we do job ler., Steer!ng W beels, ::;beet r"" nod Clpper. Copper, Galvanized and Wire
placo tolf'l.hol1e pole "Ion" the 1mb. It Walker & CQ mdll for ,.oor I. 20 l'>O'V prlntlnll of Rli kind.. neatly. cheaply andexpedltl0l1.ly. -Write for CI&ta,ogueOUIt -
the ADVOC\TE olllce R few yeRn' UaW" and Melbonn.e .
Eall
Notehead
between
to 110 rOlIt ohlcken. llr f. 3 110J Letterhead. : GOOD8 'l'IIE BEST
OUR
\.< Sho..mnker p PRICE8 ARE I.OW AND
ago, Ie Governor of Virginia. Vir.ginia's wad recolved, and on Dlotlon tbeeam. N Waller 8eeb for door f. :.! 111Wllann \ Dlllheads, Envelope., Tag., and all other . -
for ., 111 Rrl&nled.I.etter kind". - -- --- -
nE'W Governor, who wall, received & Toomer fel.tlllzer for p f. II .3
from Chrl,. Drown Is ,
.....v..n. . t..rmA., member of ConIress.! --
- -- - -- -
-
representing, was inaugurated the }<'1fth Virgin""s Gover."; 11Istrlct VVHEN- - -YOU-- ------- "W'ANT.TOMA.TO: : PAEERS.A Lorillard :Boat Co.,


nor of the State at noon on Thursday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,


son l\lontagut'18st. ucct't'ding. whom Andrew we 11180 JRck-met -y ,YOU "WANT Boats Bought, Sold and BniJt to Order,

at Hotel Ormond, year or 80 "Ioto.

The cer..mony took plal'o III tbe han EJl.giJl.es: JJl.sta: ed.rBOT .

of the House of elpgates, before :
SU ( "' '
TilE
: CAHEFULLY STOlt ED FOR
the General A"I'embly, In Joint lies.slon the T. & :'>1. Reveu.jble Gasolene EhRlne H1 to :!;) horse power. l.'beID.,

and In the pretlence of the VEGETABLE.SA."Y pnJlne tlf tbe kind In Flurld.... and the bellt uu the malket. tee:! tbl

Supreme Court of Appeals. the UNITED bU'lt' at place of bU8lnella-end of City Wbarf. -

minion the belHI8of -
corporation ('om --- -- -- - -

tbe State goverment depart.

menU, and former Governor" CRm.eron OFFICE

ftm\ ,>'Ier, and a hr1llltant : rrSPLAIN. THE ADVOCArE JOB ,PRINTING

eneral g"therln .

Gnv. Sw"nson is 1'lery popular \ . RA'n::".
lenlleman, and we tender him DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRI TI G A.. REA80 ADLE

earty congratullillon.... __ svBRY: : BUNDLE OF GENUDSE 1:8: LADRT.'R'n. T.ARE NO O' TH..b H.

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Rockledge. Indianola.JAPAN. .

hAST COAST NE'VS. i I.; ;

Ii New E. S. Randall, of Ho ton, Is at the FIRE INSURANCE : t

******************** : liockledge. On :Saturday: evening! Feb llli!) at

Mrs G. W. Skelly and children, of 7ti:! ) o'clock, lu the Club House at In-

JaooHvll.e, Wla., have arrived' l at the dianola, there will be a leading /given by
Nowlav Notes Contributed bv Our: Regular : homo of Mr. and Mrs. O k\. Ilardco.F. I Mrs. J O. :Homers: who baa lately: re-

Corps of East ConHt Oori'e.- 1>On entA. : A. Mcii'lam, general manager; of the and turredfrom who spent a several nip around months the Japan.world, the best protection possible at the t

D.iily: Argus, of Mount Vernon, N. Y., During her travels she gathered many

***N1 .................-.-.-._...sa.4)S. ...Na1.NN.. U a winter guest at the New Kockledge. valuable curios, which sILo will have on - x r 1 tI

:Mrs. and Miss Lowrle entertained the exhibition.
I Palmetto Club on fneitdiiy afternoon In I'hlii collection includes Japanese and I
all communications
8,1Please send Eau Gallie. honor of t I ilivlr /ghost, Ills Erm-st!: Patterson Chlnose erabioidoilea, old Templo Ian
items for publication to "Editor, (Sins and other brasses, .1'oollllun8! of ,

Tltiisvllle, Fla." Cloisonne, Damascene and! Satsuma ware,
OATH Mr. and Are Ernest. 11. Patterson of fans, photographs, .lapanene footwear, a v.Upi. .",.
ftARUI C. IfonfSOSI'IIII"'UN AND SimOKON. Ilennlnitt.m. Vt., are visiting/ Mrs. Low- model of Japanese bathtub, and I if.; "
if : We cannot guarantee to publi rim 118111.01'11111' lie sad daughter, ?t. their, new cottage( ocher interesting articles many 1. y 'v;
Kjtliai reach this office bulorv till flock ledge lioulevnrd.Mr. .
t i" out 1I"IIHJI', i vtfathei and! showers.ThB Mrs. Some la a keen observer, and a \
Buon Tliursdajs., and Mrs Horace It. Sli.ires, of the rendy talker, mid her talk alone, which
cadet base bill,) team, Is now Xew Kvckluilge and Plaza, hotels, have olio willingly/ gives fur a very worthy object 1
.uiieitpondents obllpo us by pi act Id, ug; on theta I diamond. the HJ'iiip'iiliy, of the entire community la worth much more than I the small' I

\Will ": 1I1'.lIllIi11'11: :ltonrgnmerylefton Wednesday lu the dumb of ihttir iuf.nu: child. admittance lea chained/ at the door,
inny "II')i lum"M of people and places : without the added attraction of her valuable
1.llnl1111 postilole ? last for (;Cluctnni.t: Ohio Mr.: and Mrx. HotTmnn AU.in.\ of KichiiHind collection of corms. "

W. .1. Clumm.n, of Trillion, :Mass." arrived V'a, who htvo been eiijoylnn) the This 1 is a rare tieat that nono should t
In Eau iallio on Hnu last. hailing lit Ponce T.iik, in lived ut hotel mltm. Thu piocruda. of the evening will
Indian!; River on Tuead.iy, to remain for ,
be given to the Florida U iptlat Orphanage -
Melbourne. MlssCuriln Shave the
was of
guest some time.
Fifteen cents will be charged l at
Miss Iirs ie Hodgson on Sunday last. '
Among ho Koclcledxe people who the dour '
Miss Benedict, of New" York, is the achieved prominence In the Tall ISo.ioh A shot musical program has' boon arranged LOWEST RATES

luRD W ODE.-RoJal( Estate: Notary guest of MaJ. and! Mrs. Vosc, at the K. motor bout I'IICIIIIIero/ JleHHi-s. ilntftasn, : and Ice, cream: and cake will be
lllo and, Conveyancer. Admit fur .Una. M. I.Mrs.. Mltl.,. .
and on .
Cogglns 1'etcce who have
returned
14artfurdie .
*'11'001)and Lomloiiand Globe,nnd ____ I I.,
IiMiiranca Companion. Hpuctul, .atteutlua St flair, of the Hyde Park bakery, and! are receiving the congratulations:( of uu "I', :
|.duo tlie intereBta ot nun- .. hl"DtS. Is their fieuda.Eilltor, 31cnace:: to Health. \
doing n land office business In pies m _
DoOAT5 Fumt yum I ICol. din. II, Wnlton stepped off )Kidney trouble Is an Insidious. danger:( "
1 Subscriptions for the A and many people aio victims of a serious; :,
Tuesday nftui no..u' LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES.
nurilibound train
fiink) paper of the East Coast, will be and :Mrs. Fowler, of the K. M. I.. m.\I.11.1)\for6 the symptoms am rroognlzecl. -
just lung enough !<> shake hauls witha
Vvetl lit the Melbourne 1'ostofflce. arrived on Sunday last, after a run to few / Foley's Kidney Curo correctsirreguhu'itles
lends
flint l !
well-wlHheix of the
llavanna.li: Cuba. and 1 strengthens and builds I',v i ii
newsy and popular AKVOCATK.> lie bad MERCY GJV: 'AL4TON': : I : '
rand Mrs. Mander, of New Jersey, The Eau Uallle card club met at Craig been .pending, a few days at Hotel Royal up the kidneys, IInllt should bo takenat ',. "
at the Bollevue.lr the handsome residence of I'oiaoiaua the dust ludicatlou of kidney trouble, ,
pleasant guests:( Appln Capt. 1'aliu Heacli. (Successor to Morgan & \V 1lt0I1))
and Mrs W. C. McNab as it la Impossible to have good health If 'k' .
on Tuesday TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA '
and Mrs. Page,. of Chicago, III. --- ---- (
/ / last. the kidneys are deranged bold by the 't"
Iplcaxiiut guests of tbe Brown house Pirating Folcy'H Honey uiul Tar. Ked Cross Pharmacy. -,
Mr. and Miss Itariln. of liermtngham, :
Jr. Lnmbettflon has returned from Ala., are here on a vacation. Mr. liar Is Foley A Co Chicago; originated) : 1 I :
[visit south, and is again/ a guest of has a son attending the K. M. I., at Honey and Tar as a throat aid, lung DO YOU WANT SEEDS? r I'; .
Ijlcliiiuo house. bnrno. remedy, and on account of the /groat We
ineiIt and are Growing
and Mrs. C. Nash of Daytona popularity of Foley'M Honey i
|r. Percy Fish, of Boston, arrived in Elm and Tar many Imitations are ulleiod for Hon. Flank Clark writes" to the 'f'nlt's-
been the Clients: of Ur. and Mrs. C. the 1 Department
s ( Unlou from! WAHhlugtou I that
Gallie last. Mr. Fish will the
on Sunday genuine. Ask for )Foley'g Honey I
the week.r. .
Mowart past cruise with Capi.; IXomson in the yawl and Tar and refuse any) substitute oiler- Agriculture lias recently "
of Ind. has Princess. iDiulo tests of the soil of different sec LARGER AND STRONGER DAY I
other EVERY
Noel, Indianapolis ed.as no piepuiallon, will give tho
tions of the country" to determine tho
L'tit I t tine lot on Stl'awbl'ld"e same IIl\tlllfllClluu. it |is
a avenue, mildly Inxathe.
Cadet Brattin of the K. M. I is. .
enjoying adaptability of such sections to tobacco \' '
1 will soon build a winter home. It contaiuH no opiates and l ID sufent for
a visit from his brother, Mr. Drat- culture, and asoeitaln which tobacco Is .
idea R. French and wife, A. J. Roes tin, of Brazil, Ind., who Is here for a children the Ked Crown auil delicate rhainincy.'Fort peiaoiis.. :Sold by best suited for each particular suction.Tho WOULDN'T )10U LIKE TO ;,: '. I;:

I wife and Thomas J. Chapman and vacation with his aunt. lauds In the /Second I''I..I"Idlllu'lct. , .
I", all of Cincinnati, Ohio, are. late arts -- --- - havobeen thiin tef' ted, sad the department

at Hotel Carletoa. teitalnmonts A glance; over at Eau the amusements Gallie, shows and that en- Pierce.Miss seed IK suitable\now ready for to the distribute Second illslrlot.lie' tobacco. : :.i; '

Ilie Spinsters Convention which was our town is second to none on the liver Grow With Us? 1
the seed will not be sent
as 1
suggests, "
: !
1! at the Auditorium, was a great for refined society and hospitality. Ihnt ouch farmer r...
out inuiHciiininaieiy, .
ess, and the Ladles Chautauqua Aid Xora Merrlwetlier left for Mol-
Capt. Poage and crew have added n in tie, district who desires these seed,
wish to thank all who bourne
let helped tIe rhurbd.iy.
; <
boom to the mainsail of the Captain'syacht Immediately write him a postal cal.tllClv.
It such
a success. Xo. 38. This adltlon has add oilmaieilady The County Conimlnnlonern have beenIn ing/( Ills correct pimtollice\ address\ and he

lisa Eliza Eaton baa bought, the lott to the speed of the vessel. session tins seek will i seo that the proper Hoed sire promptly ,, SAYINGS MAKE CAPITAL ;.:
to Miss Ml A number of ladles and gentlemenfrom ( liev Van Autweip/ and wife have ,le- .
abridge: avenue. Miss Eaton al- seed me also ic Tiopic, Melbourne and other adjacent tot ned from a lew li"Y 10' visit at J'.ilniItunch. 'Yo 'vo known' of opportunities to tutu for tl + '
jiy has a nice home bets, and we pre- I Immediately.UltKVAKO "got something" yourself, r
j points, viewed the full chess\ | a- .
loslio may Bell this again.: rude of the K M. I., cadets, on Sunday haven't you? Probably unable. to avail yourself of them for want of capital .
.
Chan. :H Emerson arrived
: Sundaynight .
I mass meeting was held at Stewart's last CTN'I'TIUJHlJlUat.) *' :1
:
I. ) from Tainon, to spend a day or HO ST ].rt..T S. .'V'X1Ta1TC: >"V'V ." :
last Monday night/ to form a town 8TATKMKNT.lu .
attended his
The cadets of the K. M. I., with family f
movement The Code. Band '
lishod' <1 the society.music. Dr. Chas. brewart St. Paul's M. E. church on Highland The Rev. 111 r. Woodnon, held services int. 11"11. and in a year or so you will bo surprised, at the Hue start you've made : .
avenue In a body on Sunday morning Nalnncucadh. oil Imnil .)*n 1st lllc''II..$ 0,4fJI TtA.IIKJIIIIC .
( appointed chairman and C..1. F. last. The students were In command of in the Baptist church :Sunday: murullll rufittlvuit, in Jan imio., .. .. :2, 'i'4' KB toward success j II ly ,f I
,,,bell, secretary.' About 40 names and evening, to large Cun/ofl'egutlons./ .
[now on the roll call. Neat meeting Capt. Krwing. Total.....* 8IUT 66

1 bo at Stewart Hall Feb.: 12th at 8 p. The la"n tennis court of the K. M. I., Mis.made Schroeder In her IK house having nlm: tome alipratloim It. Gals and.' iliilivareil warrants. t<>pnlil County In Jan/euuosslon lltiNI| >
I mil, all are invited to attend. In well patronized by the cadets. Someof having era BiiU Hcbiiul hoard. IW3! 30Ilitlance The First National Bank J
ladies could take a hand and painted. When completed W. K.; Goldsmith
Ilie frame work of John R. Leo's fine our perhaps will occupy It. .on hand I'eh. 1st, 1'KJll'\ ,. ... T.4-4 !IOAUOVB ,
from the
gain some points youngmen / .
1-ioUnp. When done this will be
or show them how. Indian River Camp No. 113, Woodmenof nALANCr IS IIKLD AS KIII.I.OW:
.
of the best homes In Melbourne FJ.o. '
J Miami:
Ited in of Oallle's citizens and the Would, held their regular meeting Oiipoiilleil In Inillun silver BtatoJlank.as .
the center town and sur- A number of Eau: : :
Tuesday night, when T. 1'. Howes wall per < MMlimr's certltlnntH. ut
I'lderl' by beautiful bearing orange/ /guests and, a contingent from the faculty initiated in lire aria of Woodcraft Uulia: l to uiontlily. rwiinrt.' Lo.* chocks Pays 4. 1.=>01OOr.1.'t.: on.: Sa'V"i.n.gs': '
It. palms and other tropical trees. of the K. M. I will Attend the ball at not la .,... .* T.4W': 110BAIUNOKS ) .I'
I Buoll of Fort of of this week.A Rev. John Brown held services In I :
Tieice, has charge tbe Carleton on Friday eve St' DKCONIll.Na TO KAC1II FONTAll. FOLLOW -COM 1'OUNUKII (gUAKTKULY- '
I building and has: a big; force of /good pleasant time anticipated! by those Andrew's church last :Sunday morning; *I ,
lidoinir 1 the work, which Is being having cards. and evening. Mra. 1>. T. McCarly Bang County Rov..nue-IJenorl\1 'nn<1.. $ TIM '
Kimil Biiil llrliluu kunil.. l.lil' usHulliltiiK =:$1 will start an account l'
Joriipldly and well. McMillanin a very sweet solo at the eight service., Kunil... .. s liS
with P. A. !
The Inn launch :
--- -- Large congregations were In attendance. : fine::: aol. ForreltnreFnud.; .....:.,.IWIlIIIC ( Kll Itr-Wrlte or ask for "..oolmon"So.'n.o.o' Book.
command, carded a jolly party over .",, <\ I'rlw.iwrsFiincI .. Old': in( '

The Yellow Fc'er Germ to the ocean beach on Saturday last. - -- -- Npec.. R".I.. Fraud, New.. 1)Ixt.e No... :7..11.t. ...... 3111.1&I III(mn ) - ., .. .-. . .. : . ... _ lj
J recently! been dlscoYeI ed. It bears ala Several visitors from Eau Gallie and I InOrlllc and 1'iioiiiiioiila. e Y e u o 3.. lull. ki
niblanoo to the malaria: germ. about A lI> of the faculty and cadets from Pneumonia often follows )la grippe .. o a e u .. 4 N..w.. SIKI/ ou .
I',ice the system from disease germs, the K. M. 1., were on board. but never follows tho use of Fuluy'a (lame, Warden Fund.. t H04 (MlI'rriiwrty S. B: Watts .1 E: ;
I most of l>eu.... .0'1'e.IIN' Fund .... I Hil N
effective
remedy Is Dr. King'sp The sharpie Lizzie was out for a spinon honey and Tar It cures lit grippe County Hi'himl-llnncrnl Kimil .. ... .... 4111 ,
Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all last. Among those on board coughs and prevents pneumonia and $.psclai'rax Hrliuol, l>l.t. N..1. 1ml III'l Jy
Sunday .. .. .. .. ..
lanes" due to malaria and :t.,... BO U:
poison con- Ask for
noticed Mrs. !Montgomery the consumption. Folev'x Honey

.IUon. 23o;) at the Ked Cross PharTitusvllle :were!\lslIelllIarrla.Perry Floieuooand Bessie and Tar and refuse any substitute otter Total.... ................. .. ... .t 7,4t1 20 Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties t 1
y, Fla.Merritt.. Hodgson, and Messrs VanUuyne, Brown, ed. !Mr. (}. Vacber, of l.:.>7 Ongood /tot., Jells hi: KMuv. County' Treasurer Iq 1 1EAU

Erwlng, J. K. Hodgson and others. Chicago) wines: "My wlfo ba.la severe
case of la grippe: three years ago, and It WEATHER REPORT. LADIKH' AND OKXTH' PUKMSIII.VU GOOIH, STATIONKHV, ETC. 1 '
An oyster roast, on Monday last, by J. left her with a terrible cough She 4

A. Gilbert, was much enjoyed by those tried a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar GALI.IE:, FI.OIIIDA. .. S g
ft, and Mrs. Shelton have moved Intor ftreseot. The Misses. Perry, Hodgson, and it guve. immediate relief A AO cent Hv Kav. .Ins. If. White. obseiver for 1 !
new cottage. Harris and Mrs. Montgomery, Capt. bottle cured her cough entirely" Refuse Weather Bureau; ;U. t H. (Government.8UMMAIIY -.- -- - -. -- -- -- -_---__- .- -----

Beigmann has just built a fine new Brown, Capt. Krving, Mnj VanDuyne, J. substitutes SHift by the Red Cross Foil JAN., ItKH) ). Shoo lt<>| ilrliiK. El Pt.
I* in front of his store. K. Hodgson/ Cadet Hrntton and others, l'harmaty'l'Itusviil, Kla. means
bushels of Highest temperature on :22nd!:! . 711.0Iowcst" : t.
1 gene Kedfleld of were present. Several oysterswere .. I r r rJII
was .
Philadelphia
consumed. 28thti.O: I do all kinds of boot and shoe. tepalf .
Iterrltt( on Wednesday.. IGeorglana.. Mean for the month . . . . . HJ.7 Ing and do not forget I'. Opposite\ J"'. I
[he hotel Is nearly lied with guests, Mr.\ and Mrs. G. F. I'addlson' entertained Average! moan for :21 years . . . Ol.H Pritchard ft: Hon. <%MI>KKW 111111101'1.'J'lr.uRvllle Wardwell's $6.00 Bus. 1,, A
I' are having. great sport fishing and on Monday eve last, cards were Illirhest 2t' "in 1882 . IM>.8 Kla. I Davis WaxCurries 5.50" ,
Iting. the feature of this very enjoyable evening Mr. Taylor and wife, Washington, Lowest .' 2t( "In 11:1I(1: ( . I B.-.4: ti

lie Among the guests present were Mes- I D. (/'., arilved )hoio MoiuLiy.\( /Rainfall In Inches . . . . . . . :1.13 Wax 5.50.
I" guests( of the River View hotel dames McNab, Ives and Taylor the Average for 211! years . . . . 2 ti'i: Refugee 4.75 .''I ,
'' a very pleasant progressive euchre Missis Bonner, Ivos, Hodgson and Porry, Mrs. Haven" and family, of Cincinnati, Greatest 21)) In l11C);;. . . 1043 Stanley itching Valentine 4,75 "
sj'y on Tuesday evening. Several nice Maj. VanDuyne Captains Brown and Olio, arrived! Monday afiernoon.Mlaa Least :.!II") In )1W8:' . . (lI.ao! )) r

|JR were won. Erwlng, of the K. M. I., and Messrs.Klngan Jennie Bower from Harrlsburg, Prevailing direction of wind . . NW -Dealer In- -All New CropICRENS -

Hodgson, Taylor, Paddison, Penn., Is vlaitlng J. B. Bower and family. I Number of clear days . . . . . 13 FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS '.
Frightfully Burned.taR. Peek and other of our citizens. Delicious I fair "' . . . . ... 10 ,
W. Moore, a machinist, of Ford cake and sherbet were served at Mrs Jennie Grattou from Preston, cloudy . . . . . . fl) Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China MAW BROS. ,
I.I'a. had his hand frightfully:( burnlinn 11 o'clock. Eau Galllo Is noted for Its Minn., la visiting Mr. and Mil.\ J. II. .' days: with rain . . . 8 and Temperance 1'links. .
'' electrical furnace. He applied many hospitable hosts and hostesses. White. days with thunder . 1 The following brand of olgam deliveredat : 4 l

Iklen's Arnica Salve with the usual Mra. Annie Hughes U still Improving, Island Home, Merritt Island Kla ti: .:25: per box of l T 0: I .

F1": "a quick and perfect cure." all kinds done at and will soon be ablo to return home _. Humboldt, Key Wont Smokers, Promos, ;IIiiilT--: ;. V- ,
Itest' PRINTING) of -- -- -
liealer on earth, for burns, JOB Give from St. Augustine. Cremo, Cubnnaii: t'ohalskl. :
'ads reasonable rates. "
sores eczema and plies. 25o at this office, at TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. )
Cod: l Cross'Pharmacy.; ua a share of your work. Capt. Carter, with a peaty of ten, went Flinch Cards, Woo J Band Made Palmetto .

- to the beach last Thursday They all 'rue following, _are. tliA!, times_._____ nf__ _arrival.. p __ Hats i.'o\ CJtA'l'ES t't
-- - -- ----- -- -- report having spent the day very pleas STUART, FLORIDA ,
and
and departure of passenger trains to ,
v............af..if.44iMififl'.KaFifafif KifKafrfiFK.* I antly. from TItusvllle: "

<< J. A. Odell left here, Sunday, for hi* HOUTHBOtDID WRAPS ; :, ., 1I

of Melbourne office, :: homo In Chicago, after pending several! i6Nsm, Marine Gasoline .
Mr. Stewart our i'
Engines 1'1
weeks. and Indian : I It
,4 bunting fishing ou LearnTltuivllls for 1 Miami and I a.-Wpm: I ,.t I

fi creating our and Banana Rivers. Int41rmetllate point st } IJ.WpniHOHTHBODBD. to;'::.M) p in I Manufactured" by and .. \ .

.. .. . ....m.h .. .. .. .. m On last Tuesday a surprise plcnlo partyof ,. "
x 47, with well filled baskets, gathered I & Monahan Co
1:1.1am iTermaat ,
*K at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. II. White, Lar. JkckionTill. 3JS: am NAILS ;i i
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT tt In honor of Mrs. White's birthday, she sndlaternle4latepotntast } 3d"iptn: OSHKO.SII: %V1S. '1 .
being HO of At noon a feast 7110 F in
.. . .. .. . .. :* of good things years was age.enjoyed by all pres. TltmTlllnfor Hanforrt 7:00: S m ..yI xx > I .. I
<* t
Arrives TltmrlllB from ttooford I OS pin : ;'J )
to the wants of the people, and he :: ent. t* +4 4RES'r
meet genuine TILE "no [J" cnATE. .. 'o, J., 1
*
WALTON SELF LOCKING BLOCKS,
line of : A Healing Compel. '
claims have the most complete "rCEMEX'l' I
now to -* Patenied In all countries. Only tackle (WAJ.ITY 'VlCAI'S. fa,

TIle HeY. J. (,'. Warren pastor of block of the kind lu tbe world. Fitted k COATED N'AU.s. ;' is
Sharon Baptist church. Belalr Oa. says f .
House Furnishings ever seen nn the river, ** of Electric Kilters: "It's a Godsend to with the Walton-Vlnton Roller Bee our samples and /get our prlce8 before t t. .

4r mankind. It cured me of a lame back, Bearer. Useful In any place where LlI1lnsr. We want your orders. 1\' s
Id'Joints i and complete physical oolpsu. hoisting Is done. With these blocksone :, l k
-Write u. at EDIT Oallle-
,
You have beard of Angle Lamps ? 1..&* s\ weak It too me half an man can do the work of two. Q4'
hour to walk a mile. Two bottle of
Thousands sold i ID the north Call _
Electric Bitters bare made me so strong; '

Some people call them Angel Lamps.! Write UIJ :* I bay Just walked three miles In M mluutes and] see them In working order at this lt
!I and feel like walking three more. office,or be store of Jas. Pritchard tit: : {
:: ''M
and we will tell you the joke on Mr. RcckeMier. .1!' It, made a new man of me." Greatest Son TltnuvlDe.) 44rf EAST COAST LUMBER 4 SUPPLY CO
for weakness and all
<< remedy stomach

n&. |I liver and kldn T complaints. Hold under anil 1'renslntf. EAU OALUE, FJuI \. ... .
FEE & STEWART COMPANY t f guarantee at tbe Ked Cross Pharmacy Cleaning Get Our Catalogue ., +
: Price flOo. j .
t/ + I I I All work done up-to-dat, Call and Lorillard Boat Co Agents OUt NEWSPAPERS; for Salo '
Melbourne and Fort Pierce. : : FOR ALL KINDS Or JOB PRINTING see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor I I yr I "
remember tbe ADVOCAT office. Barber Shop, oo Washington avenue. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Cheap at di.. ,11I4.'e. I I Ir 1 ,
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. FLA. FEBRUARY Q. 19Q6.


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!. LOOKING TO EASTER A Cauraiiteed Cure For IMIen. Florida East Coast Railwai


, Itching/ Blind, Bleeding/ PiotiuJing

Bxperlenrv la Uronlnw Two Popular Pile. Druggists: are mithoilzoil to refund Card No. 6i. In Effect
Time
' I'laiil Fur the Sprluir llollilar. money If Pnzo Ointment fails to v local January 9,1 I l80UiN ?

A writer In Gardening/ 1ms related cure InOto( 14 day. OOo at the Ked tly .ROUND-READ DOWN. NORTH.BOUND-READ
UP
Cross Tltusvllle, Fla.A .
Pharmacy, OyLr
814 experience! lii Htartlng nntl growing/ 1
> I'eutzlu: gracllls and hydrangea for No. 09 No. 3&N0. .0''Io.' .3 STATIONS No. 7N J'fo.' 74 s
Da9n.
Dell
Corn Uarv..ter.The ) Dally Dal l ;
Simple hilly Ub
,' Easter, us follows: I D PI I !
r Idea comes from Australia/ where 20 8 00 a Lv..Jaek.on\'IlI..Ar T 80 7 40 .
fehouM be lapota. 20 d 20 D a "
I Duutzlii "jjrncllls, now the machine Is used In harvesting sugar p I28 pi a..".......... .' ....l o. Jack.onvlllt..L'I 72d I'' ... .I 'II e 1
!'hUIICl' outside In Home lotme nmteriul. '' i "p 640 plO85 a 1O a ........8t. AnllllMlioe N...... 820 I' 840 po" a
anll sorghum, as well as corn. 98D .. ........... a 7
Much 114 long inuiiiire, straw or cane D 19 p1I ll /.. ......... .U..IIrIN. D 119 I' .. 1.. A
The Implement has been tried by a i' '2ii"p !A E yell ao a.. II 45 a v..Fast J.ahuk..J.! 6 2.'IJ'' 6 6N p ;' .i I_A t
leaves, to prevent [pots from bursting few farmers In this. section and pronou1.1 1048 I' ..7 i OU I' iT i6 a 1010 a. .Ar............ i'alalke. ............Lv 6 I W p 6 w p'. ... a'r.
r' Jan 15) 1 ..,......,. ralatka M 7 DO
by trvexliiKAliout remove 9 66 {. OOJ.,1, 0&2 Lv. .. =::= p .L.I' !' s '_ a ;
+'rl them Into u Rri-enlioimo with a temperature a success. It Is made by bolt- 765 a ..ciaoa .Ar.......".. dnnblatoo..- ..........Lv 105 p 105 p-- -
t f 50 for 1few Ing the blade of a strong/ heavy scythe 'K iij"p lO'_ 1 j8U6,< a 806 a.Lv..Panbinteo ...........Ar 766.J'MI'. : M ,"' aBT
of about degrees "! !
............ 114 I''i21(: p ............ Lv............. N.w"?............! v 411 p ......._. I n" : A-
M ;' weeks. Thou If they urn n little backward ....... .... 7 II 2 ,. 1210 ............ .. ...........lIl1nllell............ :... 4 H6 I' ........... 4 .1; A
for Easier raise the temperature ........... 7 40 12: 26 P...... .............1)ttpln't' ............. 4 29 I' .. I 2. A
I' ............, y2I j.'.,......... II 02 a .......ortuondlintel....... .. !88 p...I. .
' to 05: 0"I{ degrees, but do not allow 4' ; IIOD l' Ns1 .1.1256 pt119 ..........Ormond........... 402 P .4 21i I' a :,II aS1l
........... .. ..... 8 62 18 ,
the temperature to KO any higher its 611 I' II .lfl i 105 V 112U a Daytona .N I'. I' ::1 : A ;
.......... 7 J pl 113; .p.I........... ........,1'ortOrange......... 84.1 I' ......... 8.\ A
I I. that
possible, for there 110 plant can 22f) .LD 2O 88_p II 41 a. Ar..I'ew Rmyrn..T.v :l.-II _.860_I'I! "iA,!

$ be spoiled' In a "shorter time by too 10 it a 1O9l:.111 4 41 I' Ar......,. Ls kw 1I e 1.1I .........Lv.. 19 4.S P IJ 41I' If ,n,;I'' 8
much bent when Just coming Into 1'1"11' ..I"" KII .1" fill ,1'// 4 66 I' ., .........\lr..IIIIO Clly......... 12 85 1'12 85 I' 1IU "I! ;
v.41t,1'j ]05 a 10 41\ 00 6 Oil I' ? ..lIr.n"e Clly J nnrllun.. !28_ 3'p 1'1 AU I) 6 40 I' !
bloom. r i.: i(.i It min"'- T4fj-I' mi. ,........ .v 8 12 P 8 48 I' 2 :nt' A-j
f .'.,..'In. the MyilrnnMrm. Bpi ........... 0 /lilt p."p/ 2 19 "I.........." Ar.TLtnavllle........... ? 41 V............ 221 a'
All the Ilorten! liydntiiKcim" want 4b'! 121! a ro ao p :2 411 "I..J:! ........... !: 011 I' 2 69'! _JI 1 11 t 8"

j They should -U 8U s! 1/ a'-I.. ; : : : ............ Ar...............anfor .,............ v 11to: a.1120 aI .. ::
) about the sumo trpatmeut. ''Y I I. ............ I II I 20 a I II :!II a ............ Lv ...........,.sanfurd..............At .u, ao aY.112Ja
bo la a greenhouse an" cold as possible. HOMKMADB CORK fUTTElt. ro-IJII--I'! a-48-1'Ii4rp: : Lv............'tituavllle............Ar 2I-OSJ; u ji --1-' 1II I a 8
so they do not freeze, until the 1st of to sled l as shown In tho Illustration. ............ 17 p" N 21 p ..,........ .............. Cocoa ............Lv 1117 p ...........1 1 Oil, a .
sledge or
a . Four Sailings Each Week . ?.......... II 22 I' II 211 ;I' .."....,... ..... 81 .p "..........;12 ,.d .'
January Then place them In a temperature A riAl of wrought Iron .......... ..........., II 111I I' 1.11: V .......Ttocklwlxe..1 24 P :216 1'! ::"
k of CO or t>:5 decrees for three about Inch In diameter Is bent to ......... IlOOnl: 411 p...,........ ....... ', .) ............iI2'J". : A"
an BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ..:.. . 171 U a42L, "..... ...........lII..lbollrne.......... 1284: p............ U a ..
r or four weeks. Then raise Kraduallyto the form shown. One of theue machines ...... ... 1:1: r.11 4 68 ..... ........... "b..Uan ........... II 60 .. ........... 1// 27 I''
70 degrees or jiosslbly) a little higher Is expected to cut about two and a halt ............' I ''II al' /I 41 ............ .... ..........1 PL L icie............ 11 01 .1.............103d: .V. "
p.. ...,.. Pisan ......... 1006 '
Charleston .20 .: :r 0 I a'611) 88& I' Fort ai1216: pIU3o 3)n2r
if they are behind. That It n question acres per day. After cutting, the crop Calling at S. C., both ways) ......... i 820 .......... .. ............ Tibbultx............ 1022 a............ U57 .p. .
9 each grower must judge for himself." Is lens handled than when cut ......... 'L' I x' 024 .p ........... ...............Eden ... .......... 1018 ............ 051 p .
easily The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ...... .... 2:5: ft' 020! I. ....... .. ........,. :. 1013 a..1 III II .::
Plants to be In bloom by Easter by hand, but the total saving/ In labor .. ........ :I 1'1 u 048 "...... .. .............Jensen.y.N.. 1001 a ............ \\I a, y.'
II should have their climter of buds about la considerable. American Cultivator. . ../ :I I II a 7 (14, p.. ......... ........... Hobe 'olln.1 ....._ 9811 a!:............ 008 I' :::
', tho size of n twenty-five cent piece' five The, Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ............I 8 n.1 a 7 21 .. ......... ........:We.t JIIVII.r......... "" .021.'............. 41! I' "
.
..
81\0
1 1107 a oliO a 7 Oil p !5 03) Ar.\\e.tPalmlt."h. aJ086 a /m:3: p 11Ii
or six weeks before Banter. Give plenty ) Direct Service Between 17 a I roll.' N \II .I.6 UO" ,I'. Lv........ I'alrn Ilea" .........J.v 1140. JO 2fi a t To Cure a Cold In Ono Day 6:17: ..I!.II On)" a 8 III .p II 40 I' .._ We.t Palm Jleach ....Ar 8 1S .1000 a 08 1'10' l
t! of water when yon begin to five Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, ........... 6 28 a 81111 J I..... .. ............Boyn ton ............Li. 748 ........... I i I' ...
more beat anti look out for red ,spider Take I.AXATIVK It HOMO QCI.NINK; Tablets ............ 6 814 a' 0 UK t' .... .. ... dray.............. ... 7 us .1..............B nt) I' ...
I (Ualllne at Charleston S. C... both wave,) ......... .. a If.I a 1'1' 00 I' ....... ......Fort I.allderdale...... 8 49 00 p....
n pent that thriven In a temperature DrnealHta r<*liiml the money If It .......... 642 .1001.. .. ....... 0.............. anhl ,........._. M 8 4:1: .I..m. 011 J p

that will flower hydninKean by Easter fails to cure. K.V.'. Drove's signature Honthbound....... .............. ..SEMI-WEEKLY..... ..... . ... .SAILINGS.. ... ..... ..... .from Lewis Wharf Boston ............ 0 //f a 10 20 P................. ".. .................ltallandale. ..........__. "" 8 805 89 a........... 411 I' .?..
Northbound. . .. ....... ..... ... .... .... ... .... .. .. from foot of Catherine) Street, JackeonvllleClyde 720 a104.1 p.. Lelllon City 21 J ...
in each box 2nc. fled Cross Pharmacy. 880". 780 .10 M I'. 72/1 'p. r.............. .. .......... ... 8W III j b8W
A HOODOO TO HAVE. t n, -- - -------- ............ a.,......... .. ............ .......".loll..ml"..._.... Ar ...... a..5. p...
...."... .. 10 no a.' ... ....... ...."...... Lvi...... ollle.'en<1 ......1 Lv............ 110 I' ..
St. Johns River Line.
ManknirliMi ..f llmnUlle quality Good Cutting IlnoU Iloae. nitflVt Parlor Pare on trains 23, 20, 78, 74. Buffet Stooping Car on trains 83, 09, 28, Ml.t .

For I<'l.lil or l<'orrlnur.Hoodoo In planting a rose first see that all BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Dally exuupt. Sunday.COD1Nsni .

i Islot tho iinina wo should the bruised and broken roots are cutoff Stopping; at Palatka Astor 8t. Francla, HoreaforU (OnLand), and intermediate landing _ )_5C11EDCLE. ueTWEICN: JACKSONVILLE! ANI) AT. Al'Ot'9TI 1

have chosen for the melon shown here smoothly und squarely. Cut the on the St John River, commencing Wednesday, November 19,1005. Mo.- 2) No 27tNo.291No.43"No.3l'NO.37! = No. 35 No. 99fNo.93t8o' .

when. Its exquisite inallty Is considered tops buck, too, preferably Just above a SOUTHBOUND Dally Dally Dally Deity Ea.ManlEx.Mon Odly Dolly Dally Daily Daily ErLv pa'

yet the originator, Michigan: mnn, bud nail, one that Is on the outside of STEAMERS "CITY JACI'SONYILLJ anti'WJLEI'IC! De11AICY"are '
the stem. Do thin with a pruning appolntell to .all as Coll"W.1 Leave Jack.OIlVllltt, daily except Saturday, at 3.80 p. m.1 I He- J..ek.onvllle 800 a 900 a II 20 a 110 p 2 611 P a 00 I' 4 20 J p 820 p 8 80 I' DA '
has eo fhrlxtened: It. The cut U of a rALAngUNGIIB! DW.1000 a10N' 21 1._8_ 00 1. & 80 I' 1120 I' () I10No
knife and hot with shears for these tuning leave 8anlord, dally except Sundays at P.IIO a. 10.S.lIItbK..nlld ... !. .. 2 1
,
fruit picked no lute In the season that -- -
Nortb-lIound 3'4" N. 30iH : 7:-t No. 332"NO.= 38"NO. 28t'No.' 9B tNO' 92160NORTIfIIUUND
are apt to bruise tho bark. The '
the flesh Is. not of thlckneHH poorer 8 8CHEJHI
average Dally Dally
'
1 teau dawn Rea,1
up. Dally D.Iy! Dally [ 44-I'N Dally Dolly Dolly 'h'
yet Its crystalline texture, always an the root the more a rose should be cut I..ve 33111"{ 10. . .. .... .. ...... ... ..J..kMollvilio. . .. . . ...... ........I_-I.rrlvB 201a.'t'i & nhS' "n
Index of high quality Is, plainly shown. back. Strong growing kinds can lose Leave 8 4J! p. iii. ....................... ..ulatka.. .. ...... ....,... .., ..... ..t.tave. 8 co I.m. Lv lit. AIljnMtlne 'ii4 0'P 010 'j.1 i2 0 P''i2i 3) 1110.1t :40 ; 880 s T 40 8 20 n.7'.ArJ..ck.onvllle.
a quarter or a half of their growth Leave 310. a. m. ........ ..... ... . ..... Astor ... .. .... .. .......... Leave 91x' I' m. .. T 40 1 I' 710 1. 71""" 1"110 1,1.110: I 1".1: 40 P 740 N 40 ., 1121)) n.8
The melons are round lieavlly netted Leave .30 a. III. ........... ........ ..8t. Francl8 . ....... ........... leave 200 ('. m "
and just the right size to pack well In profitably, according to their good or Leave . ... ........ ...erealord (ie'and) .,... . ... ..........\Leave 10111", m. .* Trains composed, exclusively, of Pullman Parlor Cars and extra sent fare will be chary
bad roots. Weaker growing kinds must Arrive 830 a. tu... . ...t.......... ....... . 8anford. . ... .,....... ...... leave 930..m. t Day couches operated on tlium tialuvoii which no extra or seat fare Id charged.
baskets or cm ten. The vines are vgHOODOO \ Arrive 10:011: a. III... .. ........ .... ....:. .. ...Emerl.rIMe.. .. .. ... .. .... ...... . .. .....av. 1000 a. m.Cen'l ---- --- -- --
bo pruned severely

Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. No.Mlln.23 'Io.Mun.21 No. 10ND.IIy}:x. 1Uanort Branch No. 18 Nn.Mun..0 No.n:
: Only Only Dally Dally Only Daily
: Mlln.
.. i.<. t P. M. I IROVNIOXOfCrt!: Jit., Asst. Oen. 1'''''... Aft. Ill West Hay Bt..laclc."nVmB. Fla.
I HINTS IN GARDEN'I f W. O. COOFK R, J r.. Local Frt.Apt. Jacknonvtlle C. P. Li(VKI.I., Superlntiudent Jacksonville. 00 10 00 8 i a L".J.rk.onvlllo .........Ar TI a 80 All 7
,.J.,' 1'I' :' .. ..e t t wGN' Foot Hogan 8t., Jaokdonvllln 1.... 2 40 P ro r.O a 8 4" P 8 M a A r..I.ablo IW..rh......... "., 8 6o a 11 6o a 4 tai p.
? / 24$ ,10 65 84r. 8 60 .....A'llIlItiO Beach....... 8411 ''it 411 _
I I'i1' '14y' A. C. AUKRrr, Ojn'l BiMt'n. I'HMB. Aet. New YorK CLVDU!: MILXK, ten. Frt. Aet., New York. 3) a 1> a 44.I'{
:' .At jl! j The fall planted family garden la a TIIKO. U. EO H. General !Manager WM. P CLYItK* CO., General Agents. 800 JlIIO a 700 I' "JI\ a" ............ .iayport..Ly 8 80 .''it' 80 4 80 p..
; "ydl Clieneliroub| llulldlnic. 1" State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.
.. :'i ,,: .1n. rare gem on many farm, so small that O. II. WAI/TON' Agent, Tltusvllle, Fla. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI L
It cannot be found.
r,. : .... '
-- -- --- -- -- --
if. <' Threo crops" of radlxhea have been Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company I

:!' grown on tho same land during a single '
'f.. .. Havana Key West and Nassau.
W' season In south Texas. ,

- ..j1"if'i(. ;\; All beans, peas and similar pod bearIng Atlantic Coast Line R'y. Three Sailings Each Week.

plants respond freely to fertilisers Trains discharge passengers at ahlp'g side. No trangfarj.Thnae .
: : rich In phosphate and potash. The turnip -
Time Tables ehow the times at which trains may be expnoted to ..rr1ve.t and dt[
and nil bulb making plants relish -THROUGH SCIIEDULE- from the.ev..r..1 stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated la not I/UIU'In'

nitrogen above all other forms of plant . -.. nor la thle Company be held responsible toe any delayi or any consequences arising therrtr

MUSKMKL.O.V.oroua 0 food. Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information
,
Is for moist rich' lands.
Celery a crop "
healthy and exceedingly productive For spring setting the seed should be North Carolina and South Carolina. SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

the melons from beginning to end planted In December or January In a J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FL

of season being as like na pens from the hotbed. The plants are set In the field .
The Great Highway of Travel Between --- ---- -" -- ---- -- ---- ----- -- ----- - --
same pod. In March or April for latitudes of Houston -

\Va have grown Hoodoo four seasons and Baton Rouge. White Flume Florida the East West North and South. Southern

both In tho field and under glass," and Golden Self Blanching are popular Railway.

continues. V. F. In notes from the .rletles.-Texaa Farm and Ranch.

Rural Gcouuds. "Fur from being bad I

luck, It baa given us our best melons CONVENIENT' SERVICE ELEOANT' PULLMAN EQUIPMENT' MAGXIFICB.NT' E"'FECTIVE MAY 215, 11505. I

every year, holding off blight from n DINING CARS .
All Run Down Two Vestibule Trains Ea t. No. :34I I No. 20 'oORTU AND" WI.8T.: I'
week to ten days longer than 1'etosky,
(NEW YORK AND' FI.OmDAPECIAL.:::\ I.v JackllOnvlllo .... 80 Ry 9 "a 7 M" IvJsckso'tvtlle )1a.... .. rally '
Emerald Gem or Rocky Ford strain of ROUTE OF TllK I "DIXIE FLYER." Lv Jesup.... . .. .. .. " 1l 411,1 J0411I' LVJ".III' 6.. . ......... .. .... .. .. I
Netted Gem. Mr. Itose tl'llII" be baa < FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN L'T'D. 8"vallnah.. .. .. .... .. .. " 12"1' n Ira ArMacouU. ... .. . ........ .. ". "
. .. ... . .. .. .. .. ..
Ar Columbia 0653) 60"a Ae AL sumIa. ........ .. .
been many years selecting Hoodoo In CET.E1IRATED TnAI"MONTUOlURY I : L. & N. Ar Charlotte ..., .. .. .. .. . .. .. 10 21111 1I1I a .ArHonoe.lla.. ... . ..... ..... . ... .
the endeavor to bring It to Ideal shipping HIS is (.CHICAGO & FLORIDA LIMITED ArOreenhoro.... ...... .. " 11.la 1261p Arll..ltonUa.. ... .... ., ....., ... . '
and :; a common expression Ar Danville .... ... . .... .. :2 21a 2 lop t'hnttauonga.. Telln......... .. /
form and size, at the same 1.. CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING. Ar Rlt3hmnnt; ... ... .. .. .. 66Nn '"i. i2p I .ArJe"h1Jto..h.y.! ...?. .... .. .Q..t.(: '.
time to retain the delicious quality, hear .Arlnclnnot
LJ we on every ATtvnrhllr.r.. .... .. .. ". 4al4 4201'
vigor and productiveness of I'etosky ATLANTIC COAST LINK 1,00) mile tickets good over 13,000 miles of railroad, embracing Ar (tharlnttesvlllo..... .. " \I Isa 41 let{ L. l.mO'"ari.\ I.1I"I'!I ;
and Its ancestor, Miller's Cream" side. Unless I there is all portions of the /South, on sile: at all principal agencies at rate of $25 Ar Washington . ... . . .. ..n 0 ala 911"1' Arhll'otlollI. .... ....... ... .
each. Limited to one year from date of purchase. For full, complete and reliable Ar Halt".re.. .. .. .... " il304 11 25p J.v ("udnnarl, u..I.a Linn _r
.
ArWe..tl."lladel..hla.. ._... " 1 40p 2 mi.. Ar.bh..go.III...... .... .. "_ .'
Protecting the Hybrid Perpetual me organic trouble, the con- Information regarding rates, scheduled, Pullman service, eto., call on Agent, or ad- Ar New York .. .. .. . " 41.lp 6 son vv cielnnatl. J........... CIJ.I\D'

Hybrid pl'rpetuoll'oses should have a dress: -- Ar'hlOago.11 . .. ... .... . slananLvPinchutatl _
good mulch of placed over the i ;ion can doubtless be remedied FRANK! O. OYJ.STO"Dlst.. PSHS. Agt. W. D. STARK, Tray. Pass. Agt. No.1I4-"Xew vnrk anti Florida Expre.a." (0..4.;; I.t.. .

luuunro JACKSONVILLE Dnllyl'ulhnanDmwingRnamBleepingl.'arl'ort ... .,.... . .... .\
138: West Bay St.: Astor Building, FLA. TampaaD roots. Whether or not to cover the tops Iw'r'S .. .. ...... !
"our doctor is the best adviser. n. M. EMERSON Oen. Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. 0.30-.W""hlnltoll" anti Florida. Limit.. Ar tlelt . ; PM
Is a mooted question. The labor of covering WILMINGTON N. C.SEJA.JBC Dally Pullman r"wln.r Room 8leepln" Car. J.v Pifloinn t . ... ... .... ... Pa. Ina I .'
.
forty or fifty plants 1 Is consider .. j not dose yourself with all J.acIi.nnvmlOtoXewYork. Ar g' PaO.. ... ... .... .... "ur
I.v Ctnrinnnt .... .. .... .. ..1111 g
able, and the benefits, except In very Arl'hweln6A' (1.1)... ... .... .. '
.
uinds: of advertised remedies- Through 'T1tE!!: LAND OF TilE 81Y"100.I 30 :
severe seasons, are not always appar >.A.JEi.D Lvl.nxin.tonKy.. . . . . .- FII'j) .
cut Of the live varieties! of ramblers LvJ."k.o.vllle\lla.\ ... .. . ....80.Ry 7 alp ArlAlUlMvllle, Ky .."...... .... ::
.t: his opinion. More than likely I.v Savannah. 0... ........... .. . " 1.1: Ilia Ar St. Louis 1110.. ........ . .
on our porches only one, the yellow, ArColnmhla.8.. .... .......... ': :: II 00" Anannlelun, Ah... ,.. :'-:-.-: .. .: I .
winter kllla. to any extent. Every need concentrated fat food AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Ar A.hevilie.vC........ .... . ..I 1Sop arltirminghamAla. . .!.
'spring, the strong shoots are dead half you a Ar Hot Springs .. C.: 8'11 Ar \leIn ,h1., .Ient...... .... . .. .FrisroArKnsxvllln.Tenn ,.
: .. .. .,,::::::::::'.. :::: ': BaoP::: !,r $ ('jfy.lIlo.. .. .. ....... .
way to the ground, and we only get a i.) enrich blood and tone
your 1.01.1... .. .. 4lWp/ r"ml.hl.. Tenn............. .. . I I.ArRt I.
little bloom about the baae. A friend ; 1I0t ,..... .. .. .... '
ArCI.rln..aii; :::: :..:::::::::::'Q.'lC S 16a. Springs Ark. _
Who has a fine plant saves It by layingIt up the system. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND Rally.ISuftet
N",13e"The !
Florida Llmltet
Xo. Pullman
Hat on the ground but this Is no WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, IIO-Dlltly RI."l'lng Car between Dmwhllr Jack.unvllJo Hoom and and v..tlhule trlun. tbroll.rh. tiny ronrhoa: and; '
easy task when the "shoots, are fifteen C1nolnnatL man tlleo.l'lrlg Ca". J"'k.mvUle tll l'Innr'1
Scott's Emulsion No. I3-Pulllnnn Prawing, R..m SkrrhorExcellent
feet In length.-Country Gentleman between Jacksm'v111e Hlrndnghant. )lalian.aa
, Two Elegant Trains Dally Dining Car !Service Clty and 'olorndo 8prlno. _

Nothing Dvtter For lute t'.e.
The Catawbn one of the oldest and of Cod Liver Oil Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. AJtHJ\\LS AT JACKSOS\'ILLE.

best known of native varieties of the From New York, Waaldngton, ete-Xo. 29, "Wa..blngton and Florida Llmlt d" 'I11'' (

grape. It Is a very late grape and of From New York Washington eto-No,83"WashangtcnandFlorida" Express"! 93' "
.
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT From Cincinnati Asheville etc-:01o 29, "Wa.bllljt'ou and Florida' LimIted" 8
recent year* has 8t'cl.'ptled'ellin only is such food in its best form..
few just a From ChlclIgo Cincinnati, Atlanta, eto.-Xo. H, "Flllr..1a Lanlted"' .. . ... . Jar
n favored localities Where It still LI N E Jacksonville to New
ONLY Operating Dully Through Sleepers Orleans.
succeeds nothing better can be planted It will build up the weakened
for late use. O. X.TJSHBC., Diet Pass Agt.,

and wasted body when all For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville.. Fla:

Seaboard, or write

J other foods fail to nourish. If 8. ir. HARDWICK, 1'. T. ::1(., VTaahlmrton, U. C. ,V. ii. TAYLOE.0.PA.Wwshi'.ppr'
STRAY' PETALS I IOll'nllII' A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass Agt. BROOKS :MORGAN, A.O. P. A.. Atlanta.Oa.

you are run down or emaciated -
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
.. .
.
-- .
n carnation -
new originating - -- -- ------- --- - --

In Chicago, will challenge Fiancee for give it a trial it cannot hurt -- - - -

honors this season. Tho blossom Is of CO YEARS' FOlEnIlONEYAl'IDTAR FOnYSI Dmy

unusual size, the color white with scar- you. It is essentially the best FOLEY'SOEYANDTA EXPERIENCE for ehlt
let edging. possible nourishment for delicate
Instead of forcing Hoyn carnosa. a

la wax winter.plant ns so many do, give It a rest children and pale, anaemic girls. Always Remember the Full Not"


The bent time to transplant dlelytrn, We will send you a sample free. I ''i6 I : '
;! ',:
or bleeding heart" Is said to be In the r Mt '74'1 TRADE MARKS Laxative B romo QuiniJ1

autumn after a hard frost, but before Prevents Serious Results'' !J\.'(. ,
CorvCatcRte
tho ground Is frozen hard. )L B. sun that this picture i of" eta

At a recent ship launching.In : 3'4 a In the form of a label Is on From Cold. Anronnnoniltnn. a ikeirh. and ctncirintlnn timrquh'klf
Maine( a .
: *
iu flowers Instead of wine were used byJlss of he Emuliion wnpperol. every bottU Remember the In prohnblf pfilentnhlo. HANDBOOK. (',onfmnuusont nnmunlru.tten.a"tenyr'nndenGel. Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip

Cobb. daughter of Governor Cobb, you buy. name fr M. 01.t hit HUAm-y fur.xnunngyntaute.
I'nlnut) tiKi Ibriiuuh Munll A Co. re il'v.tp.tllntlc .
Iik christening the "ship., SCOTT & BOWNE Folay's Honey and Tar. Insist :., wuhodb ,oimrva lu the

Decorative plants, particularly nsppragua upon having the genuine. SciCiific i !) Jfm ritat1.A [9.2c.WF.: + on Bex. 2Sc.
Chemists
sprengerl. require larger pots Thr.. sues!, zso, iOo, ,'.00 .
I tt.n..m.I.lIIn.t.....<1 .....kl,. Parrot rlrrulnthiii .
thau blooming plants. Prepared of any nntvntltln JonrniU. Tvrma. M a
409 Pearl Street, New York only by
I
.
( tioldbriUI widialen.
Sunken gardens are an Interesting Fol.y Jt Company Chloaco. FYIUNN r& FGlmllONEYANDTAR iOLE' IIONIY
Co.3018"" New York
feature of modern home grounds. -
"a. 50c. and $i. All
Drutthtar lied Cross Pharmacy Bnuiob om.... x96 r 8t.WariUDHiun. C.; .aop. U coutf la *m<<1 heal.IODIC_ Cures Coldci Prevent* raH




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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE. FLA. rEUiRUiARY 9, 19C. if'

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ORMO BKAC1I, FLA. BreitwisQh Villa TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA r ;,,1'1I'
-INDSOU HOTEL . Bretton AT

JACKSONVILL: FINEST AND FLORIDA'SLARGEST Inn -NOW'OPEN- (Late Somblor Cottage.) Good Board and Attention.REASONABLE .

AND BEST YEAK-UOUND HOTEL RATK*.

garage Situated accommodations.directly on the famous Steam heat Oimoml. In rooms.automobile Transient race rate course.$:t.OO Goo and Two doors from F. E. C. U. llway Station! Tltusvlllo. "

$3.rlll: t per day. Weekly rate, |15: to $21.: Florida East Coast Hallway; lOt MRS. J. lIRKITWfoCII, Proprietress.
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.. "
miles south of Jnckaonville.
.., ,',....... HOTEL COMPANY, .
t" ANDERSON A PRICK '
,
)FLA.
TITUSVILLE,
.. Proprietors. PEACOCK HOUSE
1Val. S. KENNEY, Manager. ,
... -,- ---- .. -- -- -- First-ohms. Board at Reasonable Rates, Restaurant nnd Retail Grocery In
., 1>.\Y1X : *.\.. connection. MRS.::: M. ii I. PEACOCK, Prop._ I

'>'
336I IIUCKLI:1)GI: :. .
DAYTOXA, ____ I, .
nr Hotel Grand J
Atlantic
mar I tl FLORIDA.The .

New Rockledge Hotel r '.' :


Most Denuttfully Lrcated Hotel in tide Resoit-dlicctly on the j: )

Halifax River. Only hotel with! large lawns. 2,000 BI<\. ft. verand.m: .41c1 tt,1 1

Specious office, Sun Parlor, Billiard, and Smoking Rooma. Four Piece

Orchestra. All modem conveniences. Rooms single oren suite with bath Hotel Plaza .

-H. te8 : $:!.1W per day and up; *I2..*>0 and $M: OH per week and upward. aEOO1IC1octgo

prru
Owneuhlp's management. J. II. JOHNSON it: SONS. I'loric1tti: : x
# : : ,
t
modem, hotels situated, In the midst of hearing orange
Both of those aiem
)DGE & CULLEN& OVVVJ5RS_ AND_ _PROPRIETORS. overlooking the l eautlful Indian River;; (complete In every detail, InJ: '., I
House DAYTONA, FLORIDA. groves best fishing '.
Daytona onsulte with piIvato Imth. Steam: heat. The very .
eluding rooms
West B.iy and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE lons by l.innch to points' of Interest. Bowling
HOTEL and hunting. Dally !xcnr t
SSTMORELAND; ( FLA. Openall\ the Year. Block from Postofllcc, Jank and Pi'Inctpal Stores. Alloys. Casino containing billiards pool. and other gumon. Two concerts

located. Just built and open Rates: *:J.H! ( ) per day; "pl'clby: the week. dally by an orchestra compound,I of soloists.. K.iton, t'l I per day and upward.
American plan Centrally Rocklodgo Hotel and \\(1hlll'hl( ) I' now open. Pursonal ''
dew .
O. A. KENNEY, Proprietor. Special weekly. ; I
ed this season. Fine cooking and good; table Hot and Cold Water Koimeily" of "The Kennlce. management\ of ... \. .
All H. It. undP.A.HHAKKrt.Hotel \( ) ;
Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from; any whaif! or-depot. .:

the door. Rates' $2.to:! $2.<">0 per day. DAYTONA FLORIDA. --- - ---- :
s.'eet cars pass The Pines

Lre. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. -A NEW IIOUSE-3ts: South RUIgewooi Av0f Indian River ROCKLEDONrOltiDA.; : ; '



BJtew e Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Electric Lights. Hot and Cold'Bathe; Furnace Heat. RKNOVATED[ null MODF.UV\ 'rI1IUHTOTlOT'I'.
ENTIRELY:
Rates: : 12.50:! per day and npwaitls.MRS. .
-On the American and European, Plan-
inagomftnt Newly tuinlvheil and renovated. A pleasantUmlly lS-4 J. U. IIIXSKY, Propiletres drove, and In tit, heart of the garden pot of FlorlJ.i.
Undcc new In Orange
: situated an
home. Rates: American Plan, to J! 00 'and $U 50; European, /BOcts It la the bank of the famous, Indlau RI vor. .
the door.II. !region on
and All cais form Union Station stop uv A Btib-tioptoal'
up. W. IIANCOCK, Proprietor ,

he beautifully located Riverside same management.MAGNOLIA.Hotel' at On'enoe. Sponge under the The Cleveland, DAYTOXA. FLORIDA. CUISINE:; SAME AS:; AT KLUF.RON' 1IOTF.L, KLBKRON: N'. J. '.u. i

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Hunting, FUMng, Orchestra, Etc. ;
>>IUNOS. Boating! 'I
+
SI baths. Rates:1.1111: :{ <>(> to $:\. with or wlthlug
S. I;. GREEN, Proprietor. Rooms c


T Magnolia Springs Hotel, 81-13 J. V. JORDAN AlslberounAlnnngorofELBERON' New HOTEL,. York.MIMMMTT. : -'. t t ', ''y


SPRINGS, FLA. IVY INN DAYTONA, FLORIDA. I t
(St. Johns River ) Atlimilo MAGNOLIA Coast Line Jt'y, and river steamer, ____:.__ ____ '41{

2 8 miles south of Jiickconvllle all..mR. Seam by' he.'', Kievator: Elecfilo Llplits ParSprint y MEKIUTT: ISLAND>>, FLA. .
open fireplaces Water.| In Diy Climate. No Minqulloes.+ Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis, Will satisfy tboso who desire elegance with all comforts and convenience RIVER, VIEW HftTPI I1UUJL, On the banks of the Indian River Itit'
Brimming cools! and baths. t4 per day; special and Flb .j. !1"1 .
Two
Fishing, Shooting. O. D. SEAVEY, Owner.and Manager.ST. Opposite Itockledgo and Cocoa taltons. Fine Boating, Hunting, !
weekly rates MRS. FOLTX. I'roprletor. Rates per day, jrj.f.O{ : and *:lCM; per. a" uek, $1.\I .IJ()() and upward. ( I I t
Ing. 1 "
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W. U. LORE!!:, Prop. u
AUGUSTINK.ROUT. AVrlto for booklet. i
-- -- The Cedars DAYTONA, FLORIDA. '
DIILItuuRNl:, .. "'fl'New
1
NEW HOUSK. MOUE COMFOKTS. q '
DAY BOARD. NEAR HALIFAX Rh VEII. : ":, }F'LURIDA 'i
61)11UreUrLN
Hotel Carleton, C0nty. .t .
18-12 MRS. WM. JACKSON, PROPR.liAYTONA mud HealthUst. Point on the INDIAN:' HIVKR. Hotel t a. r
aLj "Highest plumbing, gas-light bath rooms on ;
veranda Hnnttury
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------ wHb1.10
.. r a tlonrand p.lvl\te. but h",fuinnro heat end Jluo\\ Inking water. \
'
r- 131AC1I.: every and Crane; Creek launch J
Two blocks from. Kitllioad. million, near t.' :,
harbor. Excellent, F'ieldngandHunting. jtlltollf'J.IiO: J.M.por FlmUUHON'day. 1 1


tL 1tAtnrtwtl, I F. F.1A The Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. e -- --- r.:'.1

Belle-va MELBOURNE, FLORIDA)
)" Hotel e, I ,,.,
la cow open for the winter season, under the management of the opener' winter resort on high plno l.ind" over-looking Indian River I. '.,
F. STEWART Hindxomo and new, situated on Daytona A healthy ",
IIOUACK
4 r ixr Beach, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant Rates f J: and upward per day\ Hpuclnl rates" pot week or soanon. I I t I'
1 ,T M w rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The Mailo Amusement C'o.'i -Write for rates to- t e

Casino and Pier. Terms moderate. it. W CAMPUELL) {
I HOKACE ))0'. STEWART, Owner and Manager.The MADAM K. }t. CAMPBELL, Propiletor, I '
Manager; .J 1'I

tot Ponoo I oLoon, --
-- ?;K3o
r PALM ItKACII. ,
MURRAY Manager Pinehurst DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA '
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: sch: C.u.1 Co: \; ,
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DAYTON C. BELKNAP, Prop, 'I
JO 4 j ,
OTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE.: (Incorporated) ; I 1

OPEN: JANUARY 1.VTH.: !i ,

Lone Bay Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. Adjoining grounds. of Hotel Royal Polnclanii, Palm Beach, on the north. 'r

j Formerly 000.1 all. j
and Dinner at all Hours.
Luncheon
'\ First door east of Postofllco. Rates: $I.r:0 to'J.OOj:! ; special by the week. Breakfast, I r-

Firet class Chef, Cuisine and hervlco.OI I I'
Now Open MRS. I. DAUOHARTY, Proprietor. ::1
.; 18-4 >ODOLto: ; ivaioiaaL'tooirs: Oaalsr: I

Dinner Parties of any number at all hours :
received for :
Orders _
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White HOUSe AND. DAYTONA BEACH: FLORIDA.On ___ ___ I J
ANNEX IIOYNTOV.

JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. 'J. 4.
Race Course
Automobile
Seabreeze avenue, near Ocean nnd .1
Hotel JIOYNTON FLORIDA., )
Cooking. Terms moderate. Boynton r
House Renovated.' Good Northern .

and. Manager. Lake Worth, 12:! mile south of Palm IJoneb, on Ooean Ridge. t 1
}:. L. HOWAKD, Owner At foot of and. 't: I
1S-8 and Hunting.. New Dining Room d. .
Fishing floating '
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Good lUthlng '
tel St. ST AUGUSTINE: F.OR1DA. - ---- -- Rotunda ISO: ( feet from ocean beach, with !al!) feet elevation. t' ..,
George
SIB: %1I1t1L1: ':. 11OYNTON HOTEL[ CO"t r '
Information apply
For '
SEASON- Boynton, Flu. i ..j'.
SINCE LAST 2l.3: _
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED WI i
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_.5 i'
ciaee, up-to- FLOHIDA. 311 AM I. ( .
Private Baths. Flret- Hotel Colonnades SEABREEZE, i'
Elevator. Steam heat In every room. .

date hotel. $2.50; and up per day. Send for booklet. MIAMI, FLORIDA, I If', u, "

Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor. Now open for season 1110.;'(;. the Gautier! Corner Avenue C, and IHh Street t fl S t

[, B MONTGOMERY: of Huestls House, MANAGEMENT: Cuisine and Service First-cina. 1 f
NEW
I' NEW OW EmjJIP.( Under New Management : /
_NOW OI'EN- t

8T .\UGUS Cuisine Unexcelled. AH Northeru Help. MRS. J. N. FEASTER, Proprietress. ,'.t 4

lie Hotel Granada : ; IDA. Rates on Application. Booklets.

OEO. n. BENNETT, Manager. NI5W YOltl ',t::. .
NEW MANAGEMENT.: 1S12
UNDER de
Ponce
the
Alameda, directly opposite
situated on the used
Most beautifully productB
Leon and Alcazar hotel The dairy, poultry and farm vegetable Rata '20:; per day :
Io I the IIotel Granada are drawn from our own eulte with or without privatebathe. HE A BIIEEX E-D A TONAgNow Hotel Marlborough :
alcove, single or en Clarendon
and upwards. Rooms, The .
and to parties. FLORIDA
:Special rate per week FULLER Jr MciRATII. Broadway, HOtb and 37th Streets, :New York. ." '
'-If-; :Most centrally .
transformed In department.
every
Innovated and
FI.ORlD.TOURI'3TS' .\. = Completely located hotel on Broadway. ELECTRIC LIGHTS: and TELEPUONK At J '
Open}:
f
ST. AUGUSTINE { .
orida) House la every room In the boose. and I 6, 4 ',' ) '
Rates: !1.80 upward -
EUROPEAN PLAN"' 400 )(oom.. 200 bath rooms. 1 I

AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. without. batb. $J; and upward with. bath. Parlor,bedroom and' bath $3 .: t t
KNAPPE '"
Improvements, .team heat; more E. L. POTTER, C. H. and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath 13 and.upward. ; 1 I : t
with all modern \ COMPANY, %
Most located EY-TIEnNEY HOTEL
centrally
hotel In the city. 8WJE!: :"f I

rooms Accommodates with southern 230.exposure than. Rates any other$3.80 to '3.00 per day. Proprietor.. [anager. E. M. TIEHNEY, Manager. ,L.'"

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I Tiff\/ ATVTT\ I :t 'Ve have been dealers In dla. : There will be an oyster supper and very sad accident occurred here List: THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS,

1 D I ) I I A ) I social party at the Masonic Hall, Tltusvllle Friday afternoon when train No. 74, of
Jj I other :
and stones
precious
i monde BOYS'
AND
a- J JJ on Tuesday evening next, the lath the F. E. C. Railway Co., was pullingInto \ MEN'S FURNISHERTitusv'111o ;
the ladles the station at Tltusvllle. Mr.
of
under the
Instant auspices +
(, jf ***;*******A************{ since the establishment of our t of the Eastern Star and a cordial Invitation James F. Prevail superintendent of the -
Is extended to everybody to attend county poor farm, was driving Into Tltusvllle !- : IDorlCl
business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years :-t the social and 'see the beautiful new from the farm, which lies a short
ball. distance out of town, and while crossing SCI1LOSS BROS'Fine

| =We save you the middleman's profit= : Oysters, Ice cream, cake coffee Ate, the track he was struck by the train
will be served, commencing promptly at and Instantly killed. The hoise was also Ready-made Clothin
six o'clock p. m. killed and the wagon In which :Mr.! Pre
/I/Cl.i7. -* The candy and cake booth will be In vatt was tiding, at the time of the accident $1O to $ I 18
{ CC r ({; / % ) WIUTK FOK OUR charge of Miss Zandy Stewart, assisted was reduced to kindling wood In ,

4 k by Miss !Mendel\ ; valentine booth will be less time than It takes to tell It. The 1 4- KNOX, STETSON and IIA w ..:_
JEWELERS 11'II'unT.ICH.. VAT'UOUE.t: managed by Miss Teeter, assisted by I road curves at the point where the -I our?

:: several charming young lady canvassers; county road crosses tho track, and also a Hats
I Jacksonville Fla.
41 West, Hay St. V is situated ,
Ice cream by Mrs. B. R. Wilson; coffee colored Baptist church very

***.*********************************************tI Mrs. Oeo. W. Sooble:! ; and the oyster near the creasing, thus obstructing the $3. to $5.
Itt IL stew will be looked after by Mrs. Geo. view from the south from which direction I'
4 -
- M. Robbing and a corps of lady assist the train was approaching when the ,, -
t r': i ::EI... L. C>TLC>'VV'. TITUSVILLE-THE COUNTY ants. terrible/ accident occured. Evidently) b, SOU WAI CLOTHING CO
Mrs. F. A. Morgan( is in charge of the the strong wind that blew 'from tho
TOWN OF BREVARD.
music; and Miss Kate Stewart cashier. north nearly all day Friday prevented i Ready-made Clothing for llr B
+ - Mrs. J. Kline will donate a very hand deceased from hearing the train. The .
trl INYi Tltusvllle the county seat of Brevard some doll, dressed to represent a lady engineer, Mr. Forest Baldwin, did not ; "? ,? $1.50 to $10 All Sizes.EDWIN .
tDnZC county lias enjoyed a full year of pros member of the Eastern Star. It will be know that his engine: had killed a man I fIj} 4 : } y 1 J li-, v7y.
J Many improvements have been drawn for, at I(lets, a. share which will until he was notified of it at the depot.It '
? 'I'::. made within the village limits homes be sold by Miss Kate Stewart seems that when an. object is very CLAP and CROs:-Ry"r

'i f have boen repaired and many permanent LATEII-This doll is now on exhibition' near locomotive the view from (he en 1'' : ; Shoes
,1i'i ( Improvements made. The merchants at the Red Cross Pharmacy, where! tick gineer's box Is altogether obsoure; .
f ILDISKI3 have enjoyed a most excellent trade during ets can bo secured. hence Mr. Baldwin failed to see the team
the voar., uoniln to the New Year During the evening/ singing and recitations when It came on the track immediately II i'' $3 to $6.5O,
with a farpo'Incre; 80 In business. In will be In order In front of him.
the vicinity of Tltusvlllo and Mims there The voices of the world's most famous Dr. B. H. Wilson, Justice of the Peace if/ i MANHATTAN and QUAKER ait;
me a largu number of line orange groves singers will be heard on this occasion. for this district was at once called to
both on pine land and In the hammock.The The proceeds will be applied to a reduction the scene of the tragedy: and a jury composed n.npn.eey Shirts
: trees have yielded their usual of the debt upon the Masonic of the following citizens was summoned >CHlor>sBROS.&,Co.F'nrClothw .
, '1.,1if'ff amount of luscious fruit and the growers : building, and everybody Is invited to be : W. S. Brannintr W T. Mathers, f Makers SOFT and STIFF FRONTS
i r have/ received (rood: pi'Ices. There present. Admission free. John McCrorey, 'redVrllbt, G. B. QULnw A.I yhr)br,

,j ...-..., has been a larger and more satisfactory The following officers of the Eastern Gardner and C. J. Den barn. After ]Impaneling -At-all times a complete stock of every. $1.26 to 200.
demand for groveproperties and during Star will be present at this coming enjoyable the jury the evidence was taken,
Fine Liquors Wines Beers, I \the past year several have been sold at musIcale and social: and the jury returned a verdict "that thing that MEN: AND: BOYS WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY
good round prlooH. There has also. beena killed train No 71 All marked In
deceased was by goods plain filturell-
Ales Stout Eto. Mrs.(h M. Ri>bbliin, W. M.
considerable acreage: planted with new John It. Walker W. F. while said deceased was attempting to :strictly One Price to All. Shoes r for Ladies$2.6O
orders! :
d 7 Send mo your trees, and I with a favorable winter larger: Miss Catherine ails Associate M. cross the tiack."
TIT SVIrLE and CVCOA FLORIDA. I areas will be devoted to the cultivationof Miss Kate "''t"wartond.ot,,,"".
IIIIHII.,..IIHlo "Handurs' Associate. Con. Mr. Prevail had many friends In Titusvllle Mall orders a specialty to $3.5O.
the orange and other cirrus fruits. Miss.mull"Htowart, 'Treasurer. and elsewhere in Bievard and
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The vegetable Industry Is. Increasing In Mr. K. K. Wilson, Secretary. Orange: counties an.1all a prominent( brands;, leader' In and finish. Sold
These lecogulzecl rtjle.flt |
only
M... F, A. Morgan, Ruth.Mrs. mo by (r.1I.!
volume and the tillers of the
Robbins & Graham Co. among: J. K. Aiiu, member of the Woodmen of the World
soil there Is an increaser'tendency for Mrs. M. A.Walker.HurlniKeniir, Martini. Tltusvllle Camp No. 141. The Interment WE 611,L TIlE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUT

more thorough care of their properties Mr...'. Kline, Krt r. took place at Geneva, Fla., where .. __,. __ _u_ __.... ."_.
The Hull Industry Ibis has been a Mrs. J. L*. Same, tli'cta.Clms. ;) .
(luoorporatori.) year H. Walton, Warder. most of Ills people reside and the re
PAID UP CAPITAL $2 ,ooOoo source of great Income there being J. fj. arrilthers, Buntltiel. mains which had been taken.In chargeby :: 2ardware stoves Oil
t several companies employing a large: H. It. Wilson, I.r.llal.l1e" the Tltusvllle Camp, were escortedto ., .,
This company owns number of men and boats, engaged/ In .. 11[. Bobbins, Chaplain., the depot where the Woodmen Camp
this biislnens. Taking/ everything into honors were given by the fraternity.The PAINTS': CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
XIfcT:::: 3D S,. consideration, the year 11)05) bas been' a CHURCH NOTICES. accident was deeply regretted: by

moat successful ono.-From' the East the whole community and has cast a
River the
the Indian Country; On St. Coast -
Homeseekei. shadow of gloom over the town.
Lucia River at New River and Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows
'
; on Bay L _,. a'v _
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ou Sunday next, Feb. 11 :,
Blsaayne. Prices to suit the tiraeH. NEW CARS FOR TH E F.E. C. RY. Titusvllle. St. (iabilel's church. DEATH OF MR. ROBERTS.It .

Send for Land List Sunday school 0:30 a. m.
The other day at St. Augustine: arrived Holy Communion, 11:00a. m. Is with much regret that we publish -
Offices at TltusvIIle and Miami, Fla. two new day coaches to be used Evening: prayer at 7:30 p. m. the untimely death of Mr. Harry

on the Florida Kant Const Hallway. Cocoa St. :Marks church.- Roberts a prominent resident and orange .
They are the first of a consignment of Sunday school at 0'JO):: a. m. : /grower of MIms, near Tltusville,
East Coast Meat Market I ton to arrive and will soon be placed In Morning prayer at 10:30 a. m. Flu. Mr. Roberts had been suffering;
servlco over the road. The coaches are Mr. W. II. C'resson lay reader. from a cancer of the throat for a while"
the finest that nave- ever been run into which caused him Home trouble In eating
O. F. DUREN, Agent. Florida.' They are of exceptional length, Kov. John W. Walker will officiate as and a few weeks ago ho was" advised
t "x7o being 70 feet long and of extra weight follows on Sunday Feb.; 11: to go to( St. Luke's hospital, New York,
s:: being as heavy ns the sleeping] ; cars. At Melbourne, Holy Trinity church. for treatment. An operation was performed -
-c::> the front of these cars Is located a large Morning prayer at 10() :! p. m. but It was unsuccessful; and I
-; -... and comfortable] smoking compartment Eau Oallie St. Johns church.- Mr. Roberts-who left home la such 4
:> ry consisting/ of two largo: and two Smaller Bible class at 2:30: p. m. cheerful spirits a few weeks ago-died at
,- upholstered seats almost the width of Evening prayer, 7:110:: p. m. 1HO: o'clock on Wednesday. morning. NaR wr 7rm'Walk's
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the car. It Is the most convenient and He had been a resident of Mini for a
rs::: : i
spacious smoking/ compartment to be There will be preaching at Tltusvllle number of years; aud, as he was one of
-- found on anY day nnnnhnM In the nmint.rv. Methodist church at II a. m. and 7:30p. Its best most energetic and upright
=a The coach being, ten feet longer than the' m., Sunday Feb. 11th, by the Pastor citizens bis death Is sadly deplored< by a
cerL ordinary day coaches, has the usual Itev.W. F. Allen. All are cordially Invited largo: circle of friends In which tbe
__ c,2rs ; space and seats In the oar proper. Theyare to attend the services. ADVOCATE joins.
::: : -e finished la tbe bUilt of hard woods, Also preaching at Mime at 3 o'clock Mr. I Roberts was born In London, Eng

._.... CJTITUSVILLE and are artistic In every detail. In the afternoon. land; In 1840, and was married in England -
Another convenient feature of them Is a The Kov. Father Cur ley, rector of the ] In 1873 lie leaves a wife and two
r FLORIDA continuous bundle rack running the en- Catholic church In OeLand will conduct daughters and son-:Mrs. W. L. Taylor : : 3ardware: : .: 00.,
rJ tire length on each side, Instead of the services the Catholic church atTltus- and Mrs. L. M. Brltton, of Waterbury
small ones at Intervals as in the present ville, on Sunday:! evening at 7:30.: A full Conn ; and Mr. P. W. Roberts, of MImsto TITU3VILLE FLORIDA.

Bros.EAU coaches. When' these new cars are attendance of Catholics Is looked for mourn his sad loss. .-- _. H' __ .___ _
Hodgson placed in commission the colored passengers acd a cordial Invitation Is extended to Mr. I Roberts moved to Indian River
will occupy the whole of the all Monday morning service at an hour Fla, in 1870, and he has been a permanent :........................................NF .NN

OALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA. combination cars, which at prsent are to be named later. resident of MIms ever since. A. IIlollu.U'.Proprietor. DII E. R. BI.ASxwoonRegistered!':' {)ru gllI
divided between the smoker and His body was empalmod and shipped
Marina Railway. colored compartments. The St. John's River Conference met from New York to Mims, for Intermentat
at St. Augustine Jan 24 to 24, Bishop LaGrange: Cemetery which will take .
General-Merchants\ and Ship Chandlers. Chas. II. Fowler, D. D. LL. D., presid place as soon as the body arrives
WESTMINSTER GLEE CLUB., I ing. The reports of presiding elders
..Speolal Facilities. .
and pastors showed a year of great prosperity -
![ RED.PHARMAGYJ
and progress there being a large DEATH OF MR. JEROME.The ,
For Out and
Hauling
Storing Repairing .
-They are com lag;-Mr. };dw. Brans.Oombo's 1 Increase through conversions and a decided ,

Yachts and Launches.! Westminster Glee Club and Con. Increase In benevolent and other many friends of Mr. Benjamin W. TITITUSVILLE
cert Party-Opera house( Tltusvtlle, on
collections. Bishop Fowler expressed Jerome will regret to )learn that he diedon
Mention tbe ADVOOATB when writing, Sunday:! and Monday evenings In addition
himself as much gratified over the results -
Sunday morning last In the John
ballads
to the promised by Madame
-------- of the
year. Hopkins hospital Baltimore, from : FLORIDA
Marie llooton, the English contralto; a -
The following are the appointments stroke of paralysis age about 55:> yeaI'll.Ir. .
and Mr. Edward Bransoombe the
West End Pharmacy other members of the party, Including tenor; as made by the Bishop Sunday evening: Jerome-who had been spending : -A. Complete Stock ofPPRE -
the Jacksonville!( District-I,. S. Rader, the past 20 or more winters at Rock-
boys, will appear as soloists; while presiding; elder; Daytona F. M. Dowlln; and West Palm
ledge, Urantley lleach-
the lighter vein of humor Is [ DRUGS AND
forthcoming DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.
EAU OALLIE. FLA.S. In the I imulcal' sketches of Mr. Dudley DeLand, to be supplied; Hastings to be was taken to the above( hospital for
C. Hodgson M. D., R.P., supplied; Snyder Memorial Jacksonville treatment about a month ago but there ,
uauston.
;sen:: 11 re reserved seats as
your F. M. Kemper; South Jacksonville C. C.; hope for him. 'w'ire .
Proprietor.Corner ; A was no His accompanied fV' Prescrlptlons Filled with the
soon as possible at Penney
Brannlngsv
James; North Jacksonville to be sup. him to the hospital, and remained .
of Young and Houston Streets. Reserved seats, $1.00r plied; Law ley, G. )F. Scott; Melbourne with him until the end came. 2 Utmost Care and ProinptItude"TJQ\ |

Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's BOUGHT THE BUCKEYE. J.Eau B.Gallle Hawk;City l\1I11ml.Point H. U.and Porter Ueorglana; New, -New The body London was Conn.taken-to for his Interment.home place WE WANT YOUR TRADE GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER

Sundries, Cigars; Stationery Perfumery -' Smyrna, to be supplied; Orange City

'lotlot Articles, 'r- supplied by li. F. Whiteuurst; Daytona . .. .
Souvenir Cards, Messrs.Vm.. T. Aloott of New York Beach, Addyman Smith. FISHING AT TITUSVILLE. -

Candles Eto. city; and C. I.. Spalding of Uevcrloy St. Paul's Methodist church Eau E. L. :SE I A T-"V ij-i o RRO.
Mass, have purchased the houseboat, r ju Co ::
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Buckeye and will soon leave Tltusvllle Oallie has placed an order for seven Dr. I*. W. Scbnatterly, Captain P. IT.
on throe months' and dozen chairs for use In the lecture room Hudson and daughter, Miss Florence -DEALERS IN-
a
hunting fishing
cruise. down! Indian! Banana and bl.: / to accommodate the large congregations Hudson drove from Tltusville to Salt] GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUC
E. Vesey Hall Lucia Ulvers. They expect to have a which more than fill the auditoriumnow. Lake on Tuesday, to try the fishing/ with ,
XX n grand: time on their pleasure cruise and They have been borrowing from hook and. line, and caught i lbll. of We handle PRODUCE of all kind,. We are agents for MAPES FERTIL
I I Goorgl.ina: Fla. I I IBon. the Duckeyd Is being well provisioned four to< live dozen chairs lately, and every black bass and tropt In two hours. Miss We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all corn
before she leaves'Tiliisvllle tomorrowor seat/ Is occupied. The new chairs with I Florence-who is becoming; quite an ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.
; ."t; :$: u.11c1rAgent : Sunday. Tho Ruckcyo may go as far some three dozen on hand will about adept at fishing, so the ADVOCATE: is E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
seat the lecture room. Informed-landed a 0-pounder herself
Palm Beach ,
as and Miami.\ .
for New Superior :Motor. after a hard battle. - --- --
Have 4 h. p. on band; onit nnd see It. I Rev J. B. Hawk will preach at Eau The fishing In these parts was entirelynew

Estimates and prices furnished on -Are you looking for beans? If "you GalHe, la St. Paul' .church Sunday to the above party, and they say iG1T: ER CQ:
Feb. 11, at 10:30 a. m., nnd at Melbourne they lost more pounds of fish than they
application. are Cronsliaw Bios., of Tampa, have In the evening at 7:30: o'clock. caught, before they learned their ways. -Dealer In-
them. Head their ad. on our 4th page.If :Still they had plenty for
themselves and
lends. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT *t
,
dl .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH you have any houses or rooms to RETURNED FROM CRUISE. ,

rent, send us your ad. at once, as we are PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Brewing> Asso's. getting a number of letters from North. Yesterday afternoon, with colors Hy SISTER MASONS.An TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
ing and gaily decorated. Captain Peter
ern people asking for particulars: of
-
:Nelson's liuely-equipped houseboat, the entertainment will be given In the;
famous St. Louts Keg and Rot houses and rooms along the East Coa t.- Keewanee returned to Titusville after a Opera house 'fltullvllle.o'rlday evening,

tied Doer. i delightful two or three weeks' pleasure February 10th, for the benellt of the Wna.: H. Walker
Itlackmnlth! Repair Shop cruise as far as Lake Worth to attend Methodist." irch. The programme: will
Mold bj Mewra. F.A.Lonley andR. tbe motor races. In the party were the consist of u comedy The) Ugliest of -- Dealer In -

L. Motlow,Tttu TllleFI following: Capt. and Mrs. Peter Nelson Seven, and a grand expose of Masonry Staple ari.d Grocerie'"
H 1(1'.1L.' MedeaCeeoa, Fla. If you want a now wagon or an old Mr. and Mrs. Jeppe Honderganrd Mr. entitled "Sister Masons" Fancy.: : :
one repaired write me. I pay freightone Dalton: and Miss\ Cedler of Perth Am- Some women having learned the secrets Fruits
JOSEPH ZAPF & CO. way. J, D. E.v.xisTltusvllle boy N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Wntlam M. of Masonic: Lodge by hearing their hus : and: Vegetables,

Fla. Prindle, of Charleston; W. Va.; also :Mr.Kd. bands talk In their sleep have Instituteda : es
-----.----- Morgan of Tltuavllle. who went as similar organization, and will Initiate E3o.yGraic.. : : .. and:

Sole Distributors, Drajliiir ami Iliuillnu; chief engineer 1 two candidates into the secret "rites" -Your Patronage Sollclted-

,and "work" of the order. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA..
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it tllO to 620 Went Day Street Admission 35 cents, children 25 cents
All kinds of Braying and hauling QUAIL SHOOTING. ..
t, (S ; Reserved seats 50 cents. -. .. - --- - '
JACKSONVILLE: FLA promptly attended to, and Satisfaction:

guaranteed.: :Messrs. Wm. 1\[. Drown and I.. A. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
John White & CO. JOllY KIC'rTr.tIA.: Tltusvllle. Brady and Prof. J. M. Latlln and Robt. INDIAN RIVER YACHT CLUB. .
I.. Motlow went quail shooting on Tuesday TITO3VILLE:: FLA.

LOUISVILLE....bU......pat KY. 7Wdlun. Irnying.; birds.and returned with good bags of The Indian River 1 Yadht Club, Titus- Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special aUC'
.---.. ..... vllle, Fla., will hold a of its motto
Dr. E. E. Rollins and Mr. Ed Knox chartered meeting; paid sacking for Yachu or for family use. Fair dealing It my

FURSand Draylng or hauling of all) lads prompt; went after quail, yesterday and returned at the office members of Attorney this (Friday Geo.)M.evening Robbins T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
ly attended to. Meet all trains. Stove Titusvllle with SS birds. -
Hides. wood for sale at all times corner of Julia and Palm streets.
....... All the chartered member are
',,,-- tl. E. HoLTEJf.:! Tltusvllle. Do subscribe for the to be requested SEND
;you ADVOCATE on hand promptly: t 7U p. m. YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.







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