Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 23, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00439
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS, John It. Walker .<'.fc Co., The UpTl>ate Clothing House! Special- rlc4! !In Clothing at "West Tltiisvlllo Property, l-'lu., I Informal hop on Saturday night In the

Carries full line Julius KltneV, Feb. ID.I For Salo. Casino ball room when everybody I la out
d Topics' of General Interest. a of Clothing, Gents. The only stare, of Its kind In the city.
In their' boat bib and tucker and the
Furnishing .0IludM, Boo', Shoes, Hats, Our leader.: Fine residence and tract of land containing
Underwear In order to make room for our Spring I music Is kept up until a later hour to
Caps
Rending notice ads. are ten cents shirts, etc ; Trunks, ScliloxH Ilrcm. Clothing :21. norm, part of which Is a Fine
UmbiolliiH Dress I and Summer Stock: .. e will other ex. make up for the lack of It on the morrow
line on thin. page Suit Cases, etc. Stetson. tints, ORANGE: GROVE. The UKSlDKNCKla :
Also treme price rl'duc Ions on fine Clothing when the usual morning concert IIIIIiMpenllo.1
THE ADVOCATE, Diy Goods, Millinery, Notions, Knox lira.Hawes i new IIn.llu )perfect condition, thiough
Furniture and Overcoats for men ; the well known wills In order not to Interfere .
annum In advance. etc Hat*.. out. Hesldence contains eleven rooms,
$1.80
per
.' months A flrst.class, Dressmaking A. B. Klrclibniim make. exclusive with the church-going crowd
.T, Biz establishment Edwin Clapp Shone of Bath rjom und Pantiy and
Also reductions in Youth's IID.IUoys'
$2.00 per an. to foreign; countries. attached to this store. Crossett Shoes.Manhattan same China Closet. Hot and cold water lu Clan. endon guests don't seem to mind If .

,'lion you subscribe for the ADVO- JOHV. U. WALKER & CO., : Shlits. Clothing. bath room, kitchen and p.mtry. Math winds, do blow dud the atmosphere Is a
Our stock of Shoe for Men and t
1by the year, It does not cost you 1IIG: LAIKiE 1I11ICK STORK E. & W. Collars, and Boys room has sanitary closet ; Laundry bus bit chilly, for the morning dip can be

,cents per week, postage Included. Tlt.isvllle. Florida Queen Quality' Shoes fur Ladies. Is complete. There Is no question of sanitary closet and water facilities.' t"kl'nJuRt the same Indoors. The bathing \
your being lifted and, Hulled In either
ate date of expiration printed upon Mall orders a speclaly. Water, !good! and plentiful pool In the basement answers every purpose -
paper or wrapper every week. This -Mrs. M, P. Robbing was taken suddenly our IIanon &" Son< Walk-Over or the Burn : and the still ,affords u .
See our large display ad. on tuh :Jlft.x.'IOft., new and up-to-date sulphur water \
receipt for your money. No need 111 page. celebrated' r. Douglas/ Shoes I
on Monday but
we are pleasedto In
all Its
nrrungemonts. Carilago hoimo grunt sport for swimming contest
to Rend receipt for subscription. PFNNICV: : & BKANMNO j I /
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us state she In now better. A lirxe/ stock of the well-known John
date Ilvealt to you. The adjoining b"rn.Vlltc1r In bun This big handsome, hotel on the sea-
Up-to-date Clothiers, B. Stetson and the Howard Celebrated!
ADVocATKS for sale at the Rods Judge A. D. Penney, Attorney Oeo. Men's and Buys' Furuinhers, Hats.. Laigo Chicken House, commit Hour, shot, lots been holding Its own In the

M. Robbing and Deputy-Cleric Oscar A. also. supplied. with water. way of )pationago ever since the opening
Pharmacy, 'J'ltusvl1le.r. Titusvllle, Fla. Men's negligee shirts, all In most daHlrable .
/Stewart, of Tltusvllle, attended Circuit Grounds, surrounding bounty, under day, two mouths ago.
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patterns, mostly In light /grounds,
Charles II. Walton spent part of Court at foil Pierce this week. -Mr. and Mis. G. A. Duncan, prominent good cultivation. Shrubbery, ..Ie. A Valentino
heartily
with neat neat HKUKIS" and ntriiios' with party wa" enjoyed -
Sunday and Monday at Hotel residentsuf I'urtlnnil. _M'L_ .airnln. To bo seen to bo appreciated.
unlay< HIM of the Colonnades Soubrei'jie
ALL KINDS: OF VEGETABLES IN n"r .n separate culls, regular price, $1.(Hand ) by guests -

iiond. season at Wagoner & Co. at Hotel Orniund for the season. |1,23; special Ma. each. A very decided bargain for somebody and a few outsider. bidden In on ,i-, '
CHAM. T. McCoy"
Miss Daisy Brady will entertain the -Mrs. Copnt and Miss I Ward, friend Ladles while Oxfords, In linen canvas, the evening/ the I Ith. whun "heart
-Mr. and Mrs \V. E. Klplej of Providence lw 'l'ItIlIlVIll.Fill. .
ics' Guild of St. Gabriel's Episcopalrcb of Mist Murphy, arrived In Titusvllle, with plain: too, Uigo eyelet and covered reigned supremo." Most uhlquo In dua- ..: '
R
I., are'' attain
/: their
Tit itsyllle, this Friday afternoon.Mrs many Mends at lintel. Ormonil.among lie Monday\ on a short visit heels, at ",7*>. S.imo with 1..Uher. heel -Capt. (Jeo U. Floyd, assistant. general orations wan the long; sun pallor, a bow. ft. ,.
HI.50. er of green, all aglow for red heart
I.
W. S. the Is a -lIIr.S. K. Me..rellof freight agent of the F. F.:. C. Hallway .
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Kenney, charmingof property owner on the East:" Coast bury, Neb, :
Mall orders given special attention .).,njllell from brunches. of palm and .
Manager: Kenney, of Bretton after spending a few weeks. at Sanford, 'was a pleasant caller at this olllco , 1
.
-Word from Boston, yesterday, says Jut.lira KLINE:, last ,growing: plants. and with largo polnset- .,
returned home has left fur home F..ldIlY.Jlldlto ,
Ormond, on Sunday and the ADVOCAFK'ollows. ."
that Captain J. O. Walton. tins about the
l president of Titusvllle Fin.Mr. artistically grouped room p
delightful visit at Palm Beach. and Mrs M. S. .J left
r a the Walton Self Locking/ hl.ick 1 Co., is and thetahxy/ of colored elootilo lights .

''j you subscribe for the ADVOCATE? recovering from the utt.ii'k of pneumonia Messrs.: Charles Oxitood and L. 1 I'. E. r.. Brady left here, Sunday, here the Ilistof the week for Fort Pierce, throwing/ a fiiMclniiilng glow upon beau !; >

Hud U able to \\ia nut ".I't bed Menilhom. both of :New You k, are for Palm Reach, to look, after his busi- whore Judge Jonas. has. boon holding tifully gowned, handsome. women, attended . y
Mr. C N. Patterson, of Baltimore, IpeDoI-1
log a couple of ...'ek'.r. NO with less I Inteicstx.Supt. court. by gallant' escorts, gave; one just a I
was on his way to various points -Miss Mamie Burl I. of |holly| Springs, ",
Mis C. B. .JuffciHon.of Hobe Sound. -Mist. Josephine Brady, after spend.. peep Into fairy laud. Every little detailto ]
li, as far as Miami and Key West, N. C who has been a guest of her uuole /. G. IJ ist, of Canaveral Club,

a pleasant caller at this office last and aunt, Dr and Mrs K. E. Rollins, of -Mr. D. N. Cone, a prominent and has the thanks of 'thin ADVOCATB: for a ing a month most delightfully; In Fort u letter was carried out, till bright t : 1'

inlay. i Tit 1I1tV1lle, since last October, left here, well kuown ioUlent. of Uonton, Fla., bits" present of a bunch of Hoe ducks. They Pierce with her sister, Mrs.. W. Hendry, occasion i being a progressive. heart party. j'I'
returned to her home last Cupid however with his dart kept In ,
Friday, ) (1
Wednesday, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs been lu town this. week, visiting his were bald pates
Mr. J. A, Collins, Miss Collins, Mrs: the back, to take the front of the stage ( {'
Denliara, Mrs. Walter Black and L. C. Jiiaonlog, at Palm Beach. daughter{ Mis. A. A. Monroe\ at her -Miss Lena Mendel returned home -Mr. and IUrll.V.. W. Driimmoiid, in future developments. Manager Den t ,
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cosy cottage lu South Tltlla lIle. prominent and popular residents of .
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i Brown, left here, Friday last, for -The editor of'the ADVOCATE: has re lust Saturday, from Daytona, In response nett onriled out this nffalr very success- 'r ,\ '

Gallle, to plav for tbe dance given celved several invitations from up aDd -Mrs. F. M. Wooten, of Camden, S. to a massage that her father, Mr. J. Loulsvlllo, Ky., are again at Hotel Or. fully. f ,

he Kentucky Military Institute. down the East Coast, to attend WashIngton C., 'who arrived the. home of her parents Mendel, of Tltusville, wan critically 111, inouil for the, Hoason, much to the plear* I+ Ii,
of their friends. Have visited. Ormond? If ,, %a
ure
birthday balls and parties on Mr and Mrs K L Brady, Titus. and be remains. In about the aims condi- many you ever
SHOULD SEE Penney &: Bran. not do all for '.. '
so by moans Ormond')
,
22nd vllle ifrcaiiple of weeks. with her tlon at this writing. Mr. (1. E. editor ,
Feb. and !:Jrd, but he egrets Msnability ago, Jennings; -proprie- I '.
ng'sllDe of Children's Shoos Large hoteill-Tha Ormond ": .
managed
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to attend all of them. bright little baby, left for home on Sat- YOUR SMALL PHOTO. ENLARGED tor of the New York Fishing Gazette, r '
ipment just received. They are just Mesxr' Andoison A. Price; and Brettou t
hId.J'EolN'EY. :,
urday the
was among pleasant callers at this
edge you are looking: for. Every -We acknowledge receipt of a basket to8x10 in. for tl.ll>, and will give: you Inn, under the management of Mr. \Vm. t. I

>ir guaranteed, of cjellcloua strawberries from Mr. R. A. : & IWANNING have Just Christmas picture free The Eagle office on \VullneMd. y, and was very enthusiastic S. Kennt y-presents such diversified/ attractions I '

lonkling, of Tillman Fla.! They ale opened up a swell Mod of Boys'. Stilt Portrait Co., 421 } West Stale street, over the Walton Patent Helf- that everyone sharing the hospitality 1\\
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy, of Locking Block and Roller Bearing, and '
the finest strawberries we have seen and pants. Call la and make your Jacksonville, Flu 21-1 of its. hotel must find soma
'land, Me., have arrived at Hotel Or. any- says there Is. a grout future for them. s'
where on the East Coast this winter selections. thing entertaining and agreeable. For ( 1t
.1 1 for the balance of the season, and Among; theopularyoung; ladles at editor Jennings: left, yesterday, for varlus ,

have been receiving: a warm wel- and the ADVOCATE staff thorough! enjoyed -The Indian River Yacht Club will Ormond Is Miss. Shirna, of Washington, > points south as far as. MIAmi. those who enjoy quiet, delightful/ stroll i ,f

'u from numerous friends. Mr. and them. hold a special meeting of Its members D.C., who Is visiting her grandfather, through the woods, nothing more "t II

McCarthy spent last winter ID Calla IF YOU WANT 1'0 BUY OR HELL:! ,. this Friday evening at 7'W:: o'clock, at (Chief Justice Shims, who owns winter ADDITIONAL LOCALS will -be foundon charming In all Florida can be found. l'

but their friends are pleased to Real Estate on Indian River, apply to tbe law office of Mr. Geo. Robbins\ home south of Hotel Ormond. she also our 8th, page.'Va..te". Easy, luxurious carriages, with fine t.., .

they have returned to their first Judge D. L. Gaulden, TltnsvlMe, Fla. corner of Julia and Palm streets. All expects to visit Judge/ Shims at Enter. horses. and careful I, experienced drivers i I ::1

-Hotel Ormond. members ale requested 1 to attend this prlse" and )help him to haul In some of u Roy olin Lu had, or bicycle chair may be I" 1,

-Miss Sarah Jefferson, who has been the big fish. he Is substituted and all effort avoided. For ( '
meeting, as the contract for building tho brlnglngln dally.Mr. I'
Dr. J. H, Morally and wife, Dr. C. at Kobe Sound for several weeks, visiting 'Clubhouse and other impottant matters Wonted a boy to work In grocery and lorse-buck, the bust of iuldle-horsos. s ,t'l N(11 I ;:

Hill and wife and Dr. I. Newton ; her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs will be discussed. Harwood Huntington, of :New ostturant. Must be smart Address For bicyclists It I Is a paradise, and for I .

abroad and Chav B Jefferson has tbe York, who owns an orange grove at Ly- 10 own handwriting to t- I .
wife to borne
are a jovial party gone children l learning to ride a wheel careful x .
i Dayton, Ohio, who clime to Titus- of her aunt In Boston, where she will remain -Mr. W. J. Clemson, of Taunton atla, was a pleasant caller at the Auvo- F. E. C. GuocKiir, competent Instructor I I" always at J I .;

for a couple of weeks' hunting and until her uncle, Mr. Thomas Jefferson Mass.; and Mr. P. L. Fish, of J!IJI)!), Fifth CATS!!: office on Wednesday, on his wayto Titusvllle, Fla. hand to give lesson Seabathing, river .ti"i

nl ff. They have rooms with Mr. and. resumes his play,. Rip Van Winkle, avenue, N"ew.01 k city, who have beenIn Rockledge, Miami and '" ussau. Mr. parties, fishing by the hour or Uy, golf, '" ,

I*. G. Walton on Julia street, and I on March 4tb. Tltusville and neighborhood during Huntington Is prominent analytical\ For Hale, on Kant Indian Itlver. ; and for children the beach offer many ''I'II I

been past[ week or two, In their house-boat, chemist In New York city, ''recently
out duck and
day quail charms It doe also for their elders
every s.
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McFarland of
-Mr. Wm. H. who had held the of assistant. Fifty Acres Land, live under cultlatlon. -
important position
enjoying the fishing left Friday last
,
ting with Mr. who I
J. M. Osban, or anyone that enjoyes a walk or drive
been cruise Palm .
to Orange trees
on a lengthened tropical plant
for the United States
For Rockledge. On Monday Mr. Fish! appraiser !government
lien ,
the necessary teams and guide. its firm hard iiirface. A: / hl j
over fitting
Beach and :Miami returned to Titusville and (lowers House of eleven ,
rooms,
at the New YOlk Custom House ,
left for :New York and Mr. Clemson
above ; ,
party said the temperature close to tho day I III the 9 o'clock tea served t
the first of the week recently built/ A good fort .
accompanied by opportunity
after spending several days at Melbourne lIe hits also been admitted to tbe bar of
eight degrees below zero when they lu the assembly room, or rotundii" of the *' ,h
Messrs. Fred DeWoIfe1, C. A. Bell, Harry peison of means for a desirable winter
left for Ills home Taunton Florid as n ful 1-11 edged lawyer. While
at Mass.
Ilhlo> and on !' b,
: as this Is their first visit hotel. Here a. general air of sociability
and R.V.. Bell borne. For
Creamer prominently particulars, address
We 10 Titusvllle lie wax the of Dr and
Wednesday. acknowledge a pleasant guest
nr genial clime, they are more than connected with Wallace's celebrated and e DlllfllI'rllflIt prevails and ono meet old friend and I I
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call from the Irs. E. E. Rollins.
lited. with th. change from Ice and world-renowned shows. Tbe latter four above geutlemen. :23w! > : Canaveral, Fla. make new ones. In the evening there : ,

to warm weather left for tbe :North on Monday, and Mr. FURNITURE, ORY GOODS, SHOES. Clothes. Cleaned and Repaired.I ---- ..-- I I. no end to the diversions; cards, dance ,'

and Mrs. McFmland expect to follow In Sectional: flook-Caees, Fruit and<< "'..JetuhhH l : ing In the Casino to entrancing inuslo

AVanteU a Power Boat. I week Batteries ind Supplies. : by a celebrated orchestra, with now and
a or so. > 1-
clean, press" repair an House and Boat Paints. Shipped- Marx Brothers, corner of 'then a dramatic entertainment. To y ,

anted a power boat, large enough to I Groceries-Ch en I). Pictures Framed. neatly, quickly and cheaply. Call andsee lay and: Julia streets, Jacksonville, music lover the orchestra I Is ever a delight 1V' "

!nimodate 12 people, for thirty days, IIAWKE-S Eye Glasses. me on Hopkins street.CIIAIII.KK Fla., always bring good results, Their never more-'N.> than this season, V

March 13.Address.. ClIAS. A, GARDStll, TlTUSVILLB, FLA. : CAVIANM' facilities for band ling Pineapples, Grape the selections being of a high order, :
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If wlfcb to save money on groceries, Titusvllle\ 111.
"XX" care ADVOCATK. you Telephone 31. fruit, Oranges; and Early Vegetables can- while) the popular catchy airs of the day \

etc., try an order at the Peacock Grocery Dot be nurpossed. This Is one of tbe are by no moan neglected. .

Walker Hardware Co. Store, Tltnsville. Everything fresh Itean Uasketi. fmunch for Kale oldest and must reliable house In this Mr. D. J. Trudoan I I. still the obliging

and up-to-date. -- state. Try them.AJvlONQ chief clerk at Hotel Ormond ; while Mr.

" urry a full line of Shelf Hardware Tbe handiest and neatest package for Cabin Launch, Margaret; R., for sale. Chu Davis and Mr. K.. G. Brown look ','

,ImoNt everything else la our line. Launch for Hale.2.2x0 shipping beans. Hold. same as octagon Good, reliable boar, :2Dx7ft.) ; draught, THE HOTELSThe after the cash Mr. Paul Davis I I. front ;I I j

'. are 10 J to 2f Inches; :Hi h. p. Lathrop engine; clerk Mr Albert Chase night clerk
making a special run on our crates, and brings more money. ; ; ,
ADVOCATE In on file at all tie
ee, If In Price 100. IIi; to 7 miles an }wur. Built last April. and Mr. A. D. Wright: mall olerlc1:! Sam
need of a cooking stove, : :! feet, covered top, 3 b. p. Regal; tll.OOper test hotel In :New York city. }
ent range, oil stove or heaters of marine engine. Nearly Dew Will be It East Coast Lumber &: Supply Co. Apply to A. JACKSOX Clifton, Kl.. Smith I III' the) head l porter and Wm. "

kind. be sure to call and examine sold cheap. Apply to The Kocklvlg hotel have been doing O'C'onnoll, head. [_bellman.li '

,>nt. stock before buying elsewhere. TlIOS. SCMTKR, Hardware Of All Kinds.We For Sale, a nice tourist buslo.." thl week The I

..t have the prettiest lot of Toilet 20-4( Eau Gallle, Fla. beautiful orange groves are well worth a ) Yon Want Htri wl>orrleV .

. hlna and Glassware, includingteat will make you a price on Stoves Motor boat, 27 feet long/ four feet I sit. I am now prepared-to supply you with "f

and prettiest China and Glass A Hare Chance. and Ranges: that will surprise you. Oar beam, 10 h. p., speed 15 miles. For Mr. It. If. Borders, chief clerk of the fine, ripe and freshly-gathered straw .

:lee, Ornaments Fancy Dishes, Etc. stock of everything In the Hardware further Information, write, hotel[ Indian River, Hookled: was berries. If you want good strawberries

WALKER HARDWARE Co.Titusville line Is complete la every particular. 0--.it: DOle 23:>, Eau Oallle, Fla. among the pleasant caller at thl* omen write to K. A.'tNKLINo, "
Tor .1,11011! offer for sale about eight Rod Friday( J tan'
Fla. You can anything you need at our on Io (
:27 8t Tillm n. 'JU< Klver Fla.
Fla.
acres of the property, ID Georgians.: store, arid our prices are) as low as good .
To Furniture .
HeMler" The young f..lk.f "Grand AtUn'io" - ---
'"II till):, Paperhanging: Etc. known as the Lyman place. This In- good; can be wad for. "
house and other are 'having flay lime, and the older Winter Home For Hale. ,
eludes a seven room Let "" quote you prices on all shelf

. \.u need any" kind of Painting, improvements, together, with, upwards hardware, ship chandlery, paints, paint I want to furnish a fifty room hotel guests are) jest s* happy and amused|, For sale, it beautiful' ';' winter home, slt- 1 d ?
taking It all In, for lire add. mer-
''.''ng, staining;, finishing, kalso- of 3t($) thrifty, bearing orange trees. ers' supplies. and, In fact, anything In with almost l.erltblo"prlog. Matt young anted at Lotus, Merrills Island .'1- ; 21: '
Iment to the house. After 'flue ball
"If' paperhanging or sign painting This grove has always bad Intelligentcare tbe hardware line. tress, Floor Coverings China, Iron Ded- ..Vrooiu house,good dock Mod break- l'l'acrllll.
If and I Is In a condition to produce steeds, Lights (gasolene), Linen, lot of which wa the opening social event of k
you do, I am in TltusvHie to J.u.PaITCHARD& Sox, last week and the largest function water; orange) grapefruit tangerine, p

.1' to It. I want a share-of your pood crops of fruit. TliusvilU, Fla. Towels. Bathing Hulls, about 21)0) Chairs thIs winter In Daytona wlieu given king and kumquat trees. lu bearing. One !
ooo.reRldllot, I am unable to for Porches and Pavilion and other necessary everybody
,
"! will guarantee to give satin Being a of the bent locations ou the Indian River. !
tad
a royal good time, more Informal s
m Old furniture made to look: give the property proper attention. Wood for Sale. articles. but enjoyable events have followed. 70Oft. of river front on both Indian and .1 1 1

new. Address, or call upon Address, by letter only, Banana' river

Address, MILTON< ELLIOTT, H. M. rEE, Pine or oak. any length. See or address ..UOTEr.:* care ADVOCATE, One of the most pleasant features at Address, Box F., I IO.tf ,

.Tltusvllle\ Fla. 03.31 Georgians, Fla. J. W. Jamison Tltnsville, Fla. tf TltusTille, Fla. the Clarendon, Seabreeze, I I..* the dancing, ] Cocoa, Flo i yMnsrcut










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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE FLA. FEBRUARY 23.! < um 6. _
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Free and Ilj-ums. u homcleni Jew wandered to tlOIl which exist! to this day the traveler Nervous Women Standard Electric Company:

the top of u lonely hill on the\ Yorkshire sees the "wltfih towers," the torturo

f Accepted Masons.No. moors. There was a strung gale blow chamber\ and the collections\ of Instruments ,

ing from the east and to( protect himself of torture various towns on Their de Are Usuall" Florida.

from the cold blunt he entered u the continent-notably at Nuremberg Due to r.tnl* Disorders Jacksonville,

00 !big shed of wood and gorse ou the suui- Itntlxbon, Munich and The Hague Hut Perhaps UnsuspectedA --
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River r TltunJlIe.Lo the sheep vividly, before us than the execu MEDICINE. THAT CURES. FRED E. GILBEPTElutomob
Stopping,; through the door which tioner's tariff still preserved. Four of -

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Hnlil IM ineotinKfc the.uiion.l. and mirth Weil. to timid Inside over sixty wild\, nell university and among them well-known '' --,

,1 nmiluy of curb aunt). in the. Masonic I.IlIJe) ducks, half stunted, but quacking violently. cially"that Issued by the nrchbl5bopelector ',, 'fact that American
at7&la'ulorkp.ut.:
I Titus 'ills, : lie slammed tho door to uud of Cologne In 17S7.:' On four women are ner-
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Wornhlpfiil Agent for
F. A. MorK
WHlliir. Hunlor Warden. started catching the birds and wringing printed folio p-itrev.: It enumerates In M' |vows

,S Philip W. IbdmrtsJunior. Warden. their nock*. llftjr-flve paragraphs' '' every sort of hideous How often do we OLDS, AUTOCAKS and KUAN M.rBOAIS
I 4)1.I..CarnRhursSueretary K." [. wren. Tr..mirer. The\ shed lay right In the flight! line cruelty which nn executioner "+ hear the expression .

I J.A. J>. 1'eliriuy. Mall;." IMUKIID.Poriy of the myriads: wild ducks that\ come could.. commit upon a prisoner, with the "I am no nero -MOTOR AND STATIONARY ENGINES--.

v1 HWnt.mSunlorMtewsnl.n. )waIUn4.1'unlnr HmuKin.O . to r.rltulu from the north, and flying ,mini l11\o\\'elll1ll11\ fir (each and for tho I i I ''l vou8Itsel'mllaslf should I rrl: keep the hugest stuck in I lie South . .
flyor,
m L M. H. Manes. .Inniiir HtuwarU.J . low In their hundreds some of them Instruments therein required. Typical "Don't speak; to 11o."e", Culls l>.\ lilt mOil, Lamp, Horns. Write' or call ,

F.. It.A. Walker Limlny., Tylnr.INDIAN I'hnpliili.. bud entered the door of the shed which examples from this tariff are the following ne.." Little things 1'lc..s., Mall orders lecelve prompt I lUlentlon.

t bad been left open by the shepherds, / : Af"N.E.Sh"I/I Annoy you and 57.4iVest FOrl'ylhl"tr."I." JACKSOXVli I }F Fit

} and ntunuoil themselves on the rear Thaler Ulb. make you irritable ; you can't s eep. -
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I JCI"JoIt C-IIAI'TKK wall.nynnia. 1. i-or tearing. asunder with you are unable to qa and calmly

1t1/YAI.AItC11 1I1lIflN'I.n' sold lilt lucky Haul for a sum four homo. . ...........i..i R za perform your dally tasks or care lot THE
2. For finartcrlnff ..... .. .. ...... 4 ehli VEHICLE & HARNESS CO
Chiinior KmBl n'h'' Masons I exceeding IN, mill with this he wu able your ren.I
Klvrr'
I The Indian I ; I:: I : ;: 6. For beheading and burning.6 20
Y Unit Weiliimilay, : each ninnili at the rt'HpectnCly and thug relation of the and
meaty' the to clothe himself : T. For Mtranffllnf and burning." 4 The nerves gen. Corner Foisyth and! Cedar Sts.

Mseanic'1'uulde., tin, c.lll wn of till rhapteriM. find employment. 8. For heaping tho pile of wood I i eratlvo organs in woman Is HO close FLOKIHA
; The 'ollow", are which the and kindling .. ............... 12 that nine-tenths of the nervous prostration JACKSONVILLE -
I'rlunt. Oil the beach frlujfos precipices
f y { ] M. Rams, Bxmllent. Hljili 9. For burning alive ....... ... .. 4 nervous debility, the blues,
Walknr. Km if.II.
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1. 1"loClive Nome there Is now a I'I
i Andrews. Hiirllio 11. For breaking a man"alive on and nervous irritability
I 1"". A.N. ""'Ie"". 1I'M're''V.II. proHperous city peopled by 40.000 miners the wheel "...... ... .... ...... 4 sleeplessness arise! from some derangement of the Our stock of . .
K. Wlhnf,' .r.ulI.ur. but it one time and not BO very U. For nettingup/ the wheel with WAGONS BUGGIES CARRIAGES,
p t+e0. s..:. 1'ltchn"IAy..1: ,arch, Captain.T. . the body twisted In It ....... I 13 organism which makes her a woman. ,
H. Satulurs ('J..r" Ilost.Imui4 . long ago, the spot wa uninhabited.The 19. For cutting" off a hand or sundry I Fits of depression or restlessness and SUKKKVS, TRAPS ROAD CAnTS, .
Alex 1I1I1..r. l.rh..I'.1 Mni.urner.' discovery of the gold II) the district I af'J'ected.llo
r' fingers and for beheading irritability ; spirits easily
i ,Ix J.O.N.A. $\Vsllsr Uwnrt. .I Mo set, '''r fir fir fI"1 II'lrA', V.V. and Its ultimate prosperity was -altogether ..... .....s. S 26 that one minute she laughs the next HARNESS SADDLES, ETC.: ETC., ETC. .

F." M. Taylor. ..".t... ofl rhld V. ,'uth''I'lll1o to a .seal.! 20. For burning with a hot Iron.. 1 2tt j, minute weeps ; pain in the abdominal *-IS NOW COMl'J.ETErrCall -
l J. v. Ennis: SunUuicI.' 22. For beheadingand placing I region and between the shoulders;
4 Two American hunters had wounded the head upon a pike .*..... 8 26 .
loss of voice a
the strange creature nod It led them a 24. For beheading, twisting the ; nervous dyspepsia ;
ORDER (K KAHTKKN!: HTAIt.FrlomlHhlp pretty dunce ncroHn the Ice und Into body In the wheel and placing 1 tendency to cry at the least provoca- on us and you will find our prices will ",lease :you.
Chapter MI. II, holds Its meetings I the head upon a plko. I I tlon-all these point to nervous pros
!. :.: ; rom.i, Tit.i: vlll: i.n tfie. an unknown buy, where) the seal was tration. -
In mlI'rrid. suit altogether ...................i t
anmih, .. sa h at II Mm killed after of the I
tint of the badly wounding one 28. .For tearing criminal before Nothing will relieve this distressing
are lime olKeers a--aI g3 flQ-----:
in. Too fullowlii|
Chapter: hunters.In his execution with redhot condition and prevent months of prostration ,
( Its death .ntrugilos the seal I flung plnchcm each tearing of
a Mm II). M. ltnbblsV. M. the. flush ...................... M and suffering no surely as Lydia W SEmcS: : FC>:E1.. :PL Nx'xii.
Jnlin. K. Walker W. I'. up tha ground and tho hunters, to their 31. For nailing tongue or handto E. 1'inkham'a Vegetable Compound.

Miss 'atlipriiin Kate:. Htewarl. Hani",, -..omlnal.r.HH.MlM \"",",.'In'''.!M. ngrpcabla surprise, found themselveson tho gallows ............... 1 28 Mrs. M. E. Shotwell. of 103 Flatbush I
Miss
.lMnBl,.M.tudnre. Aimoulata. Con. u golden strand.-:the richest one In 42.: For the first grade of torture 1 20 Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y" writes :
]/.inillnHMiw.irr. l're '.11""'. 44. For tho second] grade of to,. II Turnips-and Ituta Sagas
the world.
I "I cannot the wonderful relief I
Mno. M. t K. WII.....". Hm-rntury: ture. Including setting the express I
Mm K. A. ].Miir/aii, Kulli.Mm. I Tho death. of a mule brought great limb afterward with salve have experienced by taking Lydia E. link- I I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. I

J. It. walker.A. i ]Mr*. M. A. Hi-rliiiKiHinr, M.irtlm. a long time with nervous prostration, bnok-
i t ]Mr.1. Kline.I'i i mr.Mm. dliter who look part In the memorable and BO on through fifty-five Stems. and ache headache, long of appetite. I rculd Seed Potatoes-for fall, N). 4 HUMe and Triumph.

J. D.l Huii: .. Kli'ctnf : "rush" to the gold fields of Yukon. lIe specifications.-Andrew D. White In not cheep and would walk the floor almost I International Stock and Foods Eti, I
r .b..... II. Walton, Wanlnr.J. night."I L I Poultry Supplies- Poultry ,
l.. rarrutlwrn. Hmiilnol.H. left lilt mule standing one day on a Atlantic.Top. every
{ had three doctor and got no better" and
It. Wllwin. Marshal.4leo.lh ,.
of land fur from tho
<< ] Itiilililiw, Cliaplaln.CAMP- "claims plot and another away miner who had a Clrufllnir Pecan Tree life Lydia. was K.a Pinkham's burden. I Vejretablo wax. lid vll Compound to try, I L O :l\I.Imn.c: : >N". SccdSnLL\n.: :: : I

grudge ngulnst his fellow digger shot The Florida agricultural experiment and It has worked wonders for irio. 1 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
'J'lrU"VJI.L NO. lit. station has recently reported experience "I am a well woman my n..rvoUSnltRIIIII all /1.
the animal In tho neck with his revolver. .
In top grafting pecans. From the tone and my friends say I look ten yean L
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younger. --ee emWo : .
std middle of 1'ebruury to the middle of
O4J Tilt mule fell und In Its agony kicked Will' not the volumes of letters from
March la the. for this work 111
up the ground with its hoofs WhenIts nounon women made strong by Lydia E. Pink-

owner returned he found several I Florida If the trees are small, the ham's Vegetable Compound convinceall Consumers. :: : : !
be time trunk If of
"pebbles" of strange weight and shape graft.may put on ; women of Its virtues ? Surely you
middle size, on the\ main brunches uyttlo cannot wish to remain sick, weak
lying round the dead nnlinal. He
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1t.I from the trunk it and discouraged! exhausted each day
large
f yp cleansed the supposed pebbles and they on the wny main branches farther; up from put when you can be as easily cured as Your: .tttec..t1oJl.: : :E? ease :

proved to be nuggets of virgin gold. other women

aleetevery Hmt anil third Monday In eat.11 The dying imilo hud struck one of the tin trunk sell Groceries at WHOLESAllI
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month at 7:ai"( '''., shrpl| at time AlamiulcTouipiu richest'pins In KlolI<1l1t". you
HAVANA NASSVIT! FORT T.\ .IP\ MIAMI KKY
' i Ad"I.luuW'"t, . . ,...1. K.Wnker by an animal occurred In ScotlandIn .
Hunknr . . .. . . .. . W. H. WulkoKNaort 18(18.( A wounded Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company.United
; ,. ..... . ... . . .. .CI I. Mitmlavfliiriark . dog badly by a money savers
I ..... . .. .. . .. . ... .J.J. CHrrutlierWatiihnuiil . shot from a gamekeeper's: scratched .
.. .. ... .... . .... .. r.N WalleiHnntry ., which 1111Itoutefor Key W e.t. Went IiiillHH situ Ilia Kiihan an Via \t In",1" and
... . .. ... .. . . . J .D. KnnliDlroutoM ( up Home gold on ground was Port: 'fan, '
...... .. .. .. ... . J I'wllKiin afterward known as the Dunroblngold Proposed. BailliitH| In Fir,.rt on the bates 511":: sun. Ilam.lxet. j to ('imuieend In.llviilii* Piiytnninient.
K H Pylon. ami R .1.Nnrron mince near Golsple. Over 20.000 Without >onu< The Enterprise Grocery Co.
Camp PhynloUn . .... .. . . . K.K. Idilllni ; MlHIIll-NltBKHIl. Lilt*.
worth of the precious metal was washed ,
All vlHltlnit Woodmen are conllHlly invited to Season" linxl Stem innhlii "kllaml
atteuil the meetings.i . out of the mine by the owner of the Kir.'ctlvn Ironi. Nlimit, .'In. with Bulimic' January.. it >, tOHI.(
1 St.
fortune bringing dog. LvMlinil' .. .. M"n.W".I.FI. .. . HID' lu I v N iseau. . 'I lion. Tin r.. Bat .. . . 3 IP pill 17 Bridge
Tho Pntorl sliver mines In Snaln A..II,1, .. .:.III"e..J.hllr.Hllt. (0 t 30 um.. Ar ml uol . .. . Wed, FI il I, Son.. .. U ee am1'ort .. .Tssekmiolt: >lville, - hlolt ida.
THIIIIIH. -IlMV/nit Llne'la.. Kiy Went.SteaillHhlpll .
i Wl're11...,. dlnco\ered by n wounded OHvff'tH" "\ -
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Jog, and. It Is Hiild that the famous diamond Hfoi'llve. friiin Tort l'''niin, Khi., wlili Suliliii" l> :caii tier 14, Ulna'
Lv 1'cirCTampa..81111'luiH' .fhll'.....II oil' |tIll l.v HAVUIIII . . Tiian'Ilinm. Hm... . ,:'..NI n'n
TI61Mq PA mines at Kimberley were first A r 'Key: W".,... Mint.. \\ eil Krl. . 8 ::11'> JIMI ,\r 'Key w ,-sD Tin'K.'riiiiri.MiC.. .. n ;is pin. Hodges cl O'Hara
4V revealed to a wide awake Hoer by n I.. I Key WtHt .. .. MullVuil.. .'rl. .. . S :311 |I''III" Lv Key; Wuitt ..Tilfi/l'lilirn.SaC' . .. I" :5t' I'lu .
IN 1Me UCefSSf41I4 A' 1lavaha..Ttmr-, eat .... II .HI am Ar 1'urt T.'I'' ..Wml. Krl, &him.. . U.HipiuMliitnl
( BOW which ho hud shot.fjold
-IlHvilim Elite, Vln. Key Wfiit.8inMitii ...Mallufact rers and Dealers In...

to the value of spume hundredsof IIIII -I'.NI.' Hleunii-liip. ,. rhlliiiiM'iiuk" in..il "II. ii itax" Rough
pound was dug out of u portion of fclfurtlvu/ Irony" ..Vlluiiil Kl.i. with Hnl.luit. Duvaiul er 1.1. '::0'11.' CYPRESS ANn YELLOW PINE LDMBfl
limo I.v Miami' I .... ' Mun, w"il Frl . uiHium 1.r Ilavnn' Mini, Weil I, I14 am and
ground belonging toe :fir: Ireton of *r buy Wwt. .,. .Mini I ", W nl:I. Fri .. :. :1" On pin::: Ar I Km:: W out .. ManVeU: : : Fri f.I..I;:; :: 7 ;pin Dresatd
western Cumberland. A fowl I chasedby Lv Key West. TIIB'' Thurii, Mat IIOBIII w ... ..
L.V ,
Kry emit HIM 1 hunt, Sat. .4 nil am
u boy threw u of Ar lliivHim .:: .Tu,<>n:Tliurs; Hut. .; uuunni:;:: ::: Ar r.Miami' . tuec'Ilimit a, Sat:: : ft 30 nnFor Orange Box Meade, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings, Shingles, etc I

with Its up nugget gold "' HoHurvBtliiim Apply. to (I. Lawton (lilliln A: Co, Uun'1 Agta., No. ft Blerca'lore* Street, Mills and office located at Buffalo lulu IT, FIn. Write us for prices delivered |
claws as It fled from Its pur Havana Cu!>... to any part of the' State" Address: (Hodges & O'llara Buffalo Bluff, T:&
suer.Subsequently. It. II. Sawyer A': Co., Agents. XanKiiu NT. J. W. Morris; Agent, Port Tampa, Flu
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: ... It transpired that where L II. HllIgllI"". 'llcket Agent Fun Tampa, HA.,
C.H IImlIey..III..nt.MI..I.lI'h.. A. C.,1..IimmAgent Key, Went, Uu.'
' nUt bird tenth been was n dried up Lyiuan KciiUun, City Ticket Agent( No 8, kerns street ll.ivana, luuu. IF YOU WANT A...

Btreiun and contained gold dust and lorntlon an tn putwiniirnr" ami freight rates to all .points In the United States, Cuba Went
I iI hid los and llHliiiiimx, cliueriully turnUheii npiin appllmtlou. ,
A /L
( small nuggets In large juuritltles. .
F, M Jolley T. .. *: J' A. Clmrlen. L. Mtern, Manager P. J. SaundrreTraf io Agent.
l11I1I! 1l.ltlt harbor was once flooded< TliiiHbn\>gate> previous notice. Javkniuivllie Ill. November; lat, HMD' ,

"..lthI mighty shoal of mullet and .Building Lot
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when the dock gates were opened to allow -= ...'1rn: ;.. IBWT.Trgpa.' .- -Ziii.Uli'll-;; .. ,

u ship to pass Into the inner basin

the HHI| followed and the basin became We\ Never Disappoint Our Patients
WON :FROM DISASTERSUCCESS thick with them. or..a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY

t When the tide went down the authorities Wa Fulfill Every Promise and Haver hold: Out False Hopes.wltnout LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

had the dock sluices : ',... the knlf or b""lfl. an.t V..rt".I. wH h..'"
AT TIMES FOLLOWS SEEMING opened and G1 cuaE Spain )
C or detention from buttli>....| Voi>*"irl..u4 Hioo, l Folson PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDLI'We |
ILL LUCK. the water drained, off. Over twenty cured never tn r.'D. without mercury or mlnaral m',,' 111'.1 I OMB of ,Mealy
cart loads: of mullet of two pounds V gar PoalttT.'ly rar. '*'l| ""* at' mitt .t bat permanent.9''ne probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
--- jjo"' '. Dr. King Mi'illi, el Co. (It' nn I Ji>tattml uruuiitMt'tlundur the
' weight and upward were taken away \ laws if time simile of Uwirifla' lur the ireuriu lit and o1 is of all Settlers are flocking In but still there la room. If yon "|
flow tI.I' llnkn I>lr tfuiii ft'tFr, : :: ; .
Ilcpoatt ,
from tiorvoitptnndohrontnd. f>f V. K. Ki -ir tbs founder of
; were Ul.c..vvrvd1yntt seal I>Urluiril the floor of the basin, and their .-A, I 'bl In.I.ullo".I. the cbivf<.Hinntiltlnir' ye.nlsll.t, .belotf er.mnwl I looking this way drop a line to
sale brought to the cotters of the llama- v.z: ; tlf....a ofmifl tnlnliT-iii'ltiiimtml' ' uri.tunii.Oursuocei .
I.m. m l''I'o >..!..... Gold Hecret.Tl (!:;f1"7" In tame trtHtm..nti or (>hn>ttlt dl...... !. unsurpes. VicePreoliident.II
.. gate council nearly ,(;:;00. eel; w* nee both fledlatsnd, eiuntrlcal atr. .ncle. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd ,
Urlalii of Tliilvd l'ai>... .I' Ou'umcnor..qn'pr"' .1'" ..1111.I 8eivatdo. f.radlo betterir.
A piece of blue dropped by accident ., x-,... violet\ rat, aid >iu..'n. rUfl In .iot .very.lecirlvnl l EAST COAST R'T
i Tbo Dnku petroleum deposits, which Into a vat of pulp was responsible\ for eenrrlknown to the in.''10.1 l ",,,t..loo. Ours-tnltnrlumi. ,
iu.xl.rn in every Hpcct, and wa .mplor none but the bee! FLAl
have yielded inlllloim\ of pounils' worth the production of blue tinted paper, *r liifHl and .moillo attendanu, r<*miltirlquMiiUttd' fraUuftUii ST. AUGUSTINE.

of Due oil\, are situated in UviHaluu Cuu- and to this Blight disaster the foundation sad l lloennetl. pbjriloliinB b"'n"I"' chHrun.. _
We employ nu DilslwadluK fleece to arcur patients ndrunu .
tusur, of a great Industry Is to bittl'ul't..I. '., *>-noC. O. 1)5 or unnMk' <', ;\ -f.". ..,'lilts" litntutlun. Our (**rm. f.u* treatment. BTArw..e tram IA 00 ' 7i ---n, . Ii'-
Years ngo n number of rattle were 1'1- to I1U.(M) per itiuntl.meJlot .r.I"oludodl !lad ..givo the Mwur .A. ,
The wife of \1111111I8t.\ a poor paper >>9 enre lit a cure wttliluMMpeolfled' tlm*.
l>lnood ou Rcrrrul tracts of Innd well ** w* .uotMWMftilly trout and p>rinAbnilUnlM -
maker, dropped' blue bag Into one MYEESTREERNCIy0 : 19. DISUES.( :; n ntlr. curt* clironlo d I**.; *
o'l'ro"th\ Uerbage. The unlmuls, \" Kttlney anil Iiln however refiiMinl of her husband's, pulp vat, und as a ()1\t 'uARNEfDgAS., II....oc"a... T>r..lD0. Lo..e., ..... and llrtvi.c pigruui Pff QOI S
to feed nt first, but result the pulp assumed a blue tint. UNTIL CUBED. III.I ......, $nmor..n.t, tnalltfimnl trouhlt' 44atMrrh of the
Throat, flAKil and I-'intm.. Vi...... of
later.: In their hunger, they ado the Nnon. Eye and Bar,
up Lust considered the paper' to bo a N. K. KINO. M. D. Chnnle DlSsesaS of IYnmen. such a. VI.pl.II.,

trass ravenously. All of thorn were grave pecuniary loss, but when lie sent CMW C ..aukTiNd astvaioi.W .- Unnatural, : Diauhnrireii.; : 'and. auob wTtnknemifia of wnmrn. Life often 'seems too long to the who Differs -
er to mey r.gaMingcur condition If you are alrk or atttlor e d. (in regueat; TT. woman
taken III, mul u number died.The it up to London It found u ready mar HI TO eiiil. 1 you vurrrtaratu'rfrTinfludlnc' aym'ptoro blanks for lu.iuo'irH..'went from
cause of their death puzzled the ; ket. Indeed, It been mo BO popular that 4INtfVITATIOPT, KXAMINATION "'PIIU A l"VICKrFR; KK painful periods. The eternal beal.Inadown -

owner for some time. lit the long run Kant was asked to supply more. He DR. KING MEDICAL. niSdttan/Ft81hltottt: !:: :: :', fiilonia! Ca. headache, backache, leucorrhea nervousn-; ,

lie discovered, with the assistance of ant did nnd eventually imulo, n great for- dizziness, griping cramps and similar tortures are

Englishman: tint below tune out of hit "blue bag" paper .
: the mendowavero dreadful. To make life worth living take

rich oil nprlngs, which caused the A chemist of Nuremberg was! pour Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's ,
Ins! out somo aquafortis' from a bottle
gorse to bo poisoned with imratHu. The
when a few drops fell\ upon n pair of
lows of his cattle brought u fortune. gold rimmed spectacles, which be had O

, A Bummer or two buck a sea wall on recently purchabcd. ne"oJ@rdUjWoman's

_g tho Suffolk count was: blown down during That's u catastrophe," ho called to

!m 4 u ulroiig gale: ami when the tide his wife "I've upset some miuafortlu

rose many ueres of low lying laud were on my new upecs."

urrt Hooded by the BCU. The farmers who "Mas it spoilt them?" was tho reply Tasteless Chill Tonic Relief

S'U' rented the In ml were in despair, Im.lln "'\"l'1I." said the chemist, "the glassIs

,(I order to save their crops they started corroded hero tho fluid touched U." It quickly relieves Inflammation purifies and enriches -
f Thou an Idea struck him and getting No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cents.it.lEriJt ,
draining the
water off. the blood and
the constitution
a piece of window glass, ho endeavoredto strengthens
Two dujs later the water soildea etch thereon He succeeded after permanently cures all diseased conditions from w rich

Ia '; meadows wer a sight wonderful to be many failures. 1'y drawing designs! ou I YANDT R Foimllo E} TAR weak women suffer.It .
hold.
i They were ouo thick carpet of the glass: with varnish and applying
fine Slope the Qoullilh aDd h..l.luads Cur.. Colds Prevents Pneumonia is matchless marvelous reliable.
mackerel! .\ big school of the fish aquafortis he made them appear an ou ,

had swept In through\ the breach In the a gray background. For many ;years --- --- --------- --- ----- At all druggists' in $1.00 bottles.

embankment nud been carried to the lie kept Ms secret close and made a -

fields. by the Incoming sea. mail\ fortune out of his designed glues WRITE US
A
i:+ 'I The farmers hired Mcorun of carte 'to Pearson's London Weekly. SUTTKRED!: GREATLY
r l volloct the niacki-rcl, and within twen SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE den freely and frankly, In Mrs. L. E. Ctevenger, ot E kts Ifc-
e, telling us a II your N. C., "at my monthly pe.
ty-four hours the fish had been packed THE PRICE OF TORTURE. troubles. We 'A'III send free Tenn."I lffe. but the first bottle If Oar

Wito boxes. amid were eu route to liilf \- plain sealed envelope). .... me wonderful relief and no": ;

f O'L! jugAllllt. where they were sold tor Eluhtrvnltt, Century PunUhmriHi dies' Advisory Dept..The better health than I batetem

r ,, over tflOU.I and th* ('..t. Tti..rof.Among U e FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING Medicine Co., Chattanooga, time"

,4 I Starving: Ill clad cud W tlclIlI, ltu crt the monuments. of supersti .






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COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE. FLA. FEBRUARY jj; IHU6. 3

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professional Oard TITUSYILLE! FLORIDA WE ARE A-PATIENT PEOPLE. I
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t 1'cr.llcof Jrrouio ,,. .....0.... .tftvr e Mason M. Clark Co.

"E0 M. BOBBINS I FewVrk...* Iiii4.<*tIon.Jrroino I

AND COUNSELOR tll5ll'' I II I ; 111\il\ 3 (III) (///I/Ii A Favorite Spot In a Favored K. Jerome, the KnglNh/ humorist Commission Merchants

ATTORNEY Secton-The Famous East who rt-i-eiitly It'dII'l..1 In ['It hi" ,

AT-LAW burg has, born interviewed lu chlciiKoou
Coast of Florida. 10 \did KAY MKKKP: :NEW: YORK
practice In State and United States lily luipi't>.loiia during his! tour tuiys'' .

fill (Court i l i III I IPI the PlttHlmrg DIR{>lIh'b. First of nil lie ,

Office at TITUSVII.I.B FLA.L. ill I O illil I u / III ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVEP Indignantly ilculed that ho prviiouncnl

his amine Jerrum K. Jerruw.: "Jcr-onul. Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples

I Iii suld.
OAULDEN \ I p please, ,
Just:: the Place to Fit out for a Cruise ".\ gifts deal of stress! jri>tu>r lly Is
r (Tinted Gloss)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Downl this Far-tamed River. laid on the fact that America U: youthful \ XI' AIL MtriimtX VKnKI'AlU.KK): ; : OUU SPECIALTY.P. .

I practice In all the Courts or the sexruFlorldi hold their color longer Fine Fishing and Hunting ," lu coiunienUil. "I should CO Teen

Win United State Cnurts.l.ll and last than further and lll'dll"l'JUI'I'I,'" extra: *'ugitutly -- -
'' and the longer any The town of TlHuvllle Is situated on 1t'I..h.011 are lilt n 1 hl U family .

t 1IOX.2J8. TITUSVIU.K! FLA. other paints. the Florida Etasl Coast Railway 154
of lu-iiltliy. rollicking l boys, working R-uh-lman & Co.
Another thing : they miles south of Jacksonville, 14:. miles \\ltli nil tlielr aright playing. li.inl but .

.1. WEBB, cost less because they north of PRim Itench and 212 miles uuiliiic-lpllnod r,'8tl\t> of rent"whit nudoftcu \
'111 \VnnlilnutonM. NKW YOKK.:
north of .Miami. The Tltusvllle branch: miuinnagoublo You are \t'III'III1./\ / (
A ATTORNEY -LA\V cover the surface so I wl: \liii. 1.1, \ -iii'.u. I N' Y
of the defunct Jacksonville, Tampa & how to brluivo properly\ by ezperieucc.You .

i \\vill practice In the Uourts of the 7th Key West Railroad now controlled by !! gi lilting bore for a wiioriitum orno

Circuit. Taxes nod accounts paid for collected.nou-reHidents well.These arc reasons the Florida East. Const Railway To., nllo wing your bud 1 h.)).... jour Kraft '
(
ill rents enough why ought also runs Into the town -t this\ being the t'r" na you cull them to plunder you Oranges Pineapples
IrI18VII.LIC. FLORIDA.D. A you terminal point of that brurcLi. Thereare right tind loft uuil suddenly 1 3011vuko\ ,

to use them, but there several trains arriving dally' from up tiud' say. : 'Here, thin! Isn't. right

PENNEY ; are still others. Jacksonville and Sanford during the "'c'\'" got to reform thin,' and then and Flo-Ida Fruits Our Specialty.
you tiike ton minutes I olT to do tin Jh.) !
dealer
Ask
ATTORNEY AT-LA1V your Benson. its hard' on the grit' tl'I', poor fillown.Heri Wit io.|>roHoni .Hovurul of the hugest shippers In jour Mulo, stud wish| | represent
-
r As the county gent of Brevard county
have bot-u golnjf along with
they
: >
ITL-SVII.LB:, FLORIDA. John Lucas & Co It has a court-aouee and a modern! their 1.III1III'I'luthlllilillg\ / It win all\ you also Jive in* n teal 1 lilpniont' KHtabllobed 30 years.

ill practice In all the courts of the 7th 14 Philadelphia Jail building with rarely over two or fight lnfiiUHO every one else thought .

Judicial Circuit. .a three Inmates The population U over It way /11l'lghl.\ and then mulilruly r

1000. Illness Is so rare tout one doc. they are Culled! In nud<1 told tlioy arc
'
', I 191i ' ''i r'll
t 1'IIJ' r + tor In town finds ample time to act as I1II1Uhtyl1Il1'1I1'" ixinlshod."llion : .
.t1IESE.! : ANDREWS,
Justice of the Pence and Notary Pub you arc such n patient pooplo HEYSER'

.\TTORNEY.A T.r.W' He besides attending to his medical "'b)', today coining I /from tint nillwny)

practice while the other finds time to station with our luitrt-thoio are never

County Judge of St Lucie County. Hold Ijy .DIM! Prltclinrtl .\t Hon. go hunting any portoi'H to curry OIIO'H liiKtfuui' wo .

TitustllUI'la. wort stopped fully ton in In nl OH by a
Forte PIERCE FLA. _____ - 0 _____. ___ Here Is virtually'! the head 1 of the In-
train on H croMHiiig. I un.s fuming,
dian River and. the favorite point for
BAL-TIIVIORE rvf iD.
with litillKtiiitlou, but my J'l'lIuw1111'1" ,
FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE.IN'
TKPIIRV: E. FOSTER fitting out and starting of numerous! ican vmoil to be, eudtirlni the out

cruising parties! during our balmy winter rage with good,I 111'1111'1'1JIll th'wc" In COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE

ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpchurch months; as everything necessary to England we ulioulil liurc iiindo cl\lIt. a
BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND RELIABLE PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. r
comfortably! equip a pleasure yacut: liners tit .
Building, 'IU. row about It, wl'IIIl'll( I to pupors .
DADE COUNTIES.LAND can here be obtained at the most reasonable itud, land 1 the l'IIII1'Oll'I'\llIllIh"I.! WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BAL TO", MD.

.IACKsoNVTr.T.R. KlA. f FOR HALE:, :>t. I.I.cl."nd \D.uln prices. This U evidenced by ..1'...., you Lave the virtue of asses' \... .

c >u nt lug DtfHcilp'iiMi uf l l iudVu8t: the fact that the same parties have site lui-cUiu'Ks. Tlio way (lie grout majority -

GENERAL DIRECTORY >a of nOt th...let 14: end west 1, of NOIIIIllll | been coming here annually for many allows itself to lie bossed! Is cur- IIII'r": II LillI!1>::11 IH7II.1 (

o.t.t 1.(. sec 10. wn.hll' 33:I:!. range :W. Inters for that purpose In preference 1>prlrtln I've never liovu ItO much bosS. ,
:20-101)! arum" ht. I.licit COIIIHV.WuHt , tmttoin.. In
o u. 8. 8E ATIt'l.{ !' !? .,,1'II..'. I Ill \urtl' j l 4:: lad weal lj. to: any other point aloug the East lift' One om't loavc his. sent In M. Lane & Son .1

\I''. fillaforro ... .. .... .. .. . .Janinioiivllie.t Of ai .llWfKT' Ji 4' ...." ;.15, ".e lI..hl" :32 j Coast. DIY Ixt-
Mallory, . .... ..... ... ... . ..I'eiiKAOola.U. range :W, HID) eulcc,4, .,. .. u'liiuty.if To the southeast of Tltusvllle\\ Is tie the car or "I"'UI|> window without :

8. COVURE33MICX.nk No/'thu.. .': iii.. i liu it i t,:. sec :3, wide sweep of salt water buy (about hog bl' "l'c1. One) must: wait until HOIIIO '.. i

Clark ... ........... .. .. .. ..Lnke'lty.II.KI'.rkm..n . :IS H"II'I.| range 41 eiMi; In one with\ buttons given bit permission: !MO WASIIINUTOX STUKKr: NEW YORK ..
,..... .. .... .... .. .ranlgru.| clone to . .VillHl'rt. pinrnpplu plilU six miles width), formed by the wo. to movi You UHS-kly allow yourselves ,
n" Lamar,.... ..... .... ..... .. Muntlcel: o. \J A\ | | | tern of the famous Indian River Here
urderod, about.
bo
tition mi MI. l.ii'-le ,1v..11(1; ( .el es, to
U. 8. LAND OFFICE. Uiltltt uoililtyAlHif fishing, wild duck "hooting) sailing "Over hi Uiiglnnil we l boss' the cabdrivers Southern Fruit and Produce

4..I'hllhh. ... .... .... .... .... ...RBd) IHtllr. the 'lI"r'h< IIM. li of norilie..Ht and rowing can be Indulged In to the and the pollci-mcn, but here i
...
(t llnbliiflnn.... . .. .. .. .Kucelver.UOWee .
aC aainesvllla, Plorltla.. U. coo 13, lo.viii.lilu .1, MtI..th. ntotfe leart's content of the most fastidious they boss you. Thnt'n wiiy I say that .
41 ..a.o.n et/nli' | toi< k if It. Lncieilvei '
EXECUTIVE: DEPARrvIEST 10 sores I Undo O','.nty. sportsman. AniorloaiH mo mock. orc.rc..1oo1ol.: :: : :: Mrchan.ta.: :: .,
rilimii H.lltow..r,1( .... . .. .. ..Jovemor. ; On the ocean bc-nc'n, nearly In a direct "How much of the ridiculous have
Crawford ..... .... .. nf State. Apply L"IV.. A. ItAM., Stuart, Fin.toUHliip .
Play V Kitntc. . ... ... .. Secretary reaxurer. -- I line east of Tltusvllle Is Canaver.al you HO.>U shies| j-ou lance \boon lu Amor- FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.C \
I If. j.iiii.- .::. ::'. :.-.- ::.:.Attarney-Oeneral.: Club, surrounded by over 10,000 lea, Mr Jerome?" ,
"ntnC. (;'room..... .. .. ..... ..CiiinptrnilerMi'Mn. .' ICoul Estate 15arjriIii.H.Nice ; "
.... ..Commlnnloner Agrrlciiltura. acres of lan.1. Tills property Is owned "llion"Xolliiug.we're not un umtiMlng. pooploV""Far :Stenuile, Cards .and 0111 IllIotatllllR fnrnl"he,1, on application 4.

11, anllnwat..Supt.1'uhlln K. Foster. ,. ... . ...Adiiitant-Oeueral.IimCriiftlon.tIlltonl 8-room cottage; well by some of the moat prominent and from it. You all eom to be _____ ___ ______ ._ __ __ Oh. _____ '
)"i lira'Iforil,. ?. .... ...Snrveyur-leneral locaredln TitiiHvllle.. . . . *1':.>/DO 00 wealthy residents of Ikmon who come i .
.. Ru.e .. ... .... ... .... . State Chmulnt.UIMi'HH / fond of your mothors-ln-luw, and you "'r
"".t Alii'', ... .. .... ...!Btatu' IIx..mh..r. 12 acres hand mind! ilouae, I' south to hunt every winter. never got \drunk. As for swearing, :E3[..A.nJ1'VE: : :: B i:: <> HERS.
.Tallahassee. ..e, Florida... part: net In <>ran"e Trees, In The cool, refreshing alth-glvlng., "
FLORIDUGIlL.TlRE.. E.tn i.illio . . . . . . . 700 011|) why, every out swonrn' BO much thllttbl'J'u' I'IIUN aln. .'{:It'r"IU.IIIIIY.U IXNNVl1iSlIlk ,
ozone-laden breezes wafted across from .. derived. from "
humor to bo
1.IIIII.on.11..101., ; .. ... . Senator. 30) iicieH Lund nu.uly Ja no \ ':! \VINI': UINM AND)! HItANHU:8. I
;}. Ulmiiteail Furt Fierce . .Iteprvsentxtlve. Mil River F'ollt.I\ mllu the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, It."

north of Enl (tiillle . . . 400 till are one of the most enjoyable features -------Lemp-'s Beer. .
SUPKUMK COURT JUDGES Express P cpald,
II.M'hry. . ... .... .. .. . ...Chle'.III.tloe. 10) micros Hummock> !I.nnd of this pheoomeo.a.110cntlon.. NEW WIRELESS TELEGRAPH. J'dr m...
"'
farter t . ... .. ... ..Ahsoolatejimtloe. 1)3 miles\ flour 1'11"\111.I There is a largo area of primeval Full linertubuacure. 4t/UUlsltltts. : Extra I r.latalr<: I'nlu.1I..r..t. .. .. .. . . . ... ... ......... 1 us:Ill ,'
'Taylor .. ... ... .. .... " with l tirove. . tllOO.OO) tllI"II"ICJII"II '" . ... . 1 II/lI"(1I111"/ ( 'l
U"ullnO'unjte: I forest and prairie land beyond the l.rltrr* IJI.t'nll'al.h..cl| l>r Mo.lcnlTun :oo..I.o..l'oll"'Y. Ife., .. . . .. 4 ''NI' 41//1/ 1/111/ X.xodnrll.. I . .. . .. ... . .. .... . ... .. ... 1 Iqwooogrsul
RAILROAD. 20 ucres River H'ront atlUrdenvllle .... 2lvlnH Increnneil dpvrtl Ih". ... .. . ., II 1111 4 1\(1 alq, .I..It.nxtra dark. .. ... .. .. .. .. .... 1111Ilanne'e'44' ,
_. COMMISSIONERS.Ke Went.Hiiiltnn \ . . . . . . . 400 00 northern southern and western boundiirlea Itye .... .. ::1111 IIIAI. 11M) 11I""rlt"IIIII''r'.I. . . . .. .. .. ... ..... \1'10I4'H'lftl
rtuin II.Hurr Itrowne. ..,. .. ... . .. ..Lima y River. viltf! I II.) I.. OAULDKN, Agent, I of Titusville, awaiting. the advent Iii the presence of u hundred 1 retireMontatlve l'r"l.ft' . . .. .. 1 1\1I "I11 ,Is. juice Ale. Pleb ... ... .. .. ........ .... .... .. % :m i '
"I. Itryan. .. ................ .. .KlHHiminie.i ritnsvlile. Khi. cltl/ons of Hcrnnton Tii., a Malt. Whhket ... . . . . a 111 II''In II 11I1) lIhleAt, tllo"t, ,.1"18.. . . .... ........ .. .. 1Im:
'. Dunn clerk . ...... .... . ...MtulMnn.EDailiturtHni of the thrifty settler to till the of the wlroloHM telegraph. !' :nrh: Brxndr: :::: . ' a TD g INI : M1: Bulk Coods. JugS Free-Not '
I' and olnoeft. at Tallahatirioe. Flu. I public lent Apple: Ilrxndy ,: :: : .a rn axe MI .
which In
| fertile soil now abounds
syHtcni Invonttsi by Rev. Jo""pl1lur: ; (1"1..111I"' .. . . .. .. . . .11"1' ..1111 11111 Propald. t t .
CIRCUIT COUHT.nnr Fine Property For SSalc. . . .... . .151 11M t
'nuevr/lln .1111111.
game. Here can be found quail tur. fut-eiitly want \between crllD- "1.11" I'''. 1I.1.-lIy lIln..r... (1..1 I Ora,Ie. t'l
8. Jonnn, Tltnavllle Circuit Jiiitm..JoneM I Rtoil was N nrh'urollnn' Pura : 1 M : m: 7 Iq::: N/.INI (1141.-lo)0, 1111i' O ors. 1inn.. t'I.H .
Orla'H''' 1'rnxeeuting Attorney key and deer hunting to suit the: moat and \Villiesbiirro, a dlxtnuce of Alnuutnfn 1'x1411' ..., .::: : TD / MI lfnlltp: : ,IfX14 :.
'rerunFourth Monday I In .March.Jill Two nice cottages adjoining" each ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle ..Jnlllllh' Rau . .... . ... .. :I"" 1 %:") 1:1: n .',.nit' ; : Olin Corn r'f j
Menu-Fourth;; In October. elghteen miles. says n sp(>cliil I from Mu..ro..III". In .. . ... . . 311I./ / .' N Ml per (1r1.--Itye, Rllln. litis'
Monday other Io North Tltusvllle/ wlili nn acre has shelled street electric! Hcruiilon. I'll., to WaKhlngtoii Tout, UrMI'd Xrrudy" .. . ... .... .. ... IIJ 6111 UMl NA/N/psr: r"ru"y.Old -."4&" (Ity. Peach and Apple I r,
IIRKVARD COO a I'V COURT. of hammock and) five acres of ilcb muck Kh.g IIf K..t""ky llourlaun . It./I/ N In U 11I1 .
and IIr."lv. Al
n.I Penney. ....... .... .. ......County Judw land, suitable for truck tarm. Good lights, a reliable bank, several line Sovoral iiieMHUKOB were rooelved I'ortclerry l ?r Angulloa. . .. .% Mt a 15 11\1I IIIIUII I'"'' .1..1.-VIIIor"M"lInw"lhy 1113., Soldl limps iH
lUiildan ..ProeecutingAttorney. river front die larger cottage has three brick stores a Board of Trade five sent wltli precision and certainty I>r,. .urtllleut allnw.1' nu Mil roue .C ur .unw. .,r...... Iy.. ,\Io.'II.lnal'IIl..lIt' ,. .
: :::: :: : !i :
: : Clerk.
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Stewart Mnnilay.County sleeping rooms ao.la neivant'n room upstairs white churches large fisheries a tanning Van ICnagt roproHentlng the iniUoiiuKovornment ------ -- - - -T----- ..

Bummer Spring!: Term Term! --Seoonil Second, Mnnilay. in In May AUKUit. I ; and l n parlor, sitllnu loom, dining extract and palmetto fibre factory, AVnsIiliiKton, wan nn intcrcstol 12.1(1-IL'6N Nest Adams St .JIWkllflU\llIt.. 1.1" ;

(nil'' Torlll-Rocolld! Monday In Nov"inlmr.H room and kitchen below. The adjoin an Ice factory law and real estate offices spectator of the text and upon' d 111
In
Intor Turin Second .Mouday February.
lOll cottage has two steeping rooms and Ills. report will depend In a great measure .
COUNTY SCHOOL, BOARD. servant's room In second story and !! an opera house, a wellorganizedband wbethoror not the nysteiii will 1 bendoptoil Lines r

1 L Walker Superintendent.Tltnevllle. sitting room' dining loom and kitchen an armory, shooting club a large by the government Mallory ,
I
IIIIBN .K. H. ,Vrnolil', Malabar. ; R. .,. Mini, below.. Large, brick cisterns to both and comfortable hotel overlooking the The system differs from other wireless .1

lloiiavantnrcj, J. A. Carter rurnbull. housed. Adapted for a nice winter bay, besides a number of boardinghouses : Inntend of using the ( .;
systems.
COUNTY COMMI&8IONER9.: :- M
A. Cnnklingehalrman, THIroan Win. R. home. Apply to URO.. M. RonuiNt, la various parts of the town. :Morso (code or alphabet of dots. and I 1414
TltUHviilei; John K III lot. Inillannla; TlttiHvllle\ Fla The facts as presented should, havea dashes. ciiririt'tter Is dintIngululled, >>y SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS 1 .I
I. Wiiutun Cockahult: Li -
Cooua T. J.
; direct the attention of the -..
Inge. tendency to a musical I tone, which enable in -

ntn..tular BonHlonH are helil Hnt Monday lu each Application for Tax I>ee/I.Umler many prospective visitors to Oll cosy sage to b>e sent mill received at a spewed Lnige.t and host tliorouxli'y vqiilppod I pat/1Aeuger.teninabips. i>o the count.

town In making their plans fur tie:: of eight to ton tluioH greater than that -NO OVEItCHOVVDINaATKHOOMH *"
!
IIKKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. attained 1>y oilier H)''''tplII". Father .,-
1 0. I'enneyTltnnvllle;. .... ..County Jiulire.ilaniilen , !Section 8 of ('hap'er.f8ILII.fawn or FloridaNOTICE winter.We also that his Instruments ."" ( ARE POSITIVELY: flU A ItANTF.ItD on these
I I. . ... Att' have a fine :Masonic Hall in Murgiii says IMPORTANT
Tltunvllle;. .. Pros : In hereby then that Peter N..l.on h
t. Stewart, Tlt.ievllla..County Clark.Mi ...... "r 'rae. |Vrtlnunte Nt>. im, ilnrm Tltmvllle, where Indian River Lodge are so. delicately mljuntod. that they canIntercept sloll|,||;H, HH no ticket will b" soul to exceed! iiuinlmrof berths,
> I. Uallla, .. .Tax Ae.easor. the nth day nf June A. I). IH)". IIIM Bled Kent \by other Mteins '" the u' Ilnlnt liiillit. thus all i
me."nltl' Mining capncliy
W rln.evllle:\ :: \ or ( { Innurlnft |passengers ID.IIYlclull a
hill. ., . Tax Collector. Kali) certificate In rnv ottli-e, and Inw. made a|>|illCHtlim No. 90, F. & A.1.: ., Indian River Chap i:
'"II"nry. Tltu.vllle. .... .... ... Treasurer. for tax deal to l I..ue. In acnurdnnne. with unil May that bit has IntorccptinlHovcral service slid ntl nilin. ;
\
Arch : _
Masons Friendship
: walker TltuitTlllif. ..Superintendent. ter. Royal
'law. said cerilllisare wnlirji-e" the followlnicilB.orll'eil ( nioHHagoM dent by.oceiiu llncrn.
''..Brown rice TltimTllla.TltuAvllla . . ....County Surveyor..Xherltt.B.orwuod . |iroKirty| itltuated In Bravard county Chapter No. 11, Order of }stern Star; PAisHK.VOKKS: LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY> '
Florida tnwlt
) Tltuavllle.RepietratlonUBlcerTITUBVILLMTOWN l.otd, Reidell'iiail'tltlnn, to Tltnuvllln. Hocllnn and Titusville Camp No. HI Woodmen WIND MADE ELECTRICITY. ( HunSclirdule\ of Ship In Florida Tlrnon-Unloo; it
COUNCIL.E. 3, TuwnKhlii. 'it Month' or Range JA Ita- 1. of the World meet regularly.The IiOO.
The said. Innd Wing( .u ..c.r> il at the I data I of the
R lilne. mayor Van Worleyunnrllal. and iNKiiani-a" of nrh. ".rtln,'."" in the linina nf East Const Advocate is published Indium Mun I'crf..ct.* n l)."le>. ..feasy LOWKHT: HATE; TO NEW YORK AND ALL I'OINTH NOHT11 41
cnlloi>t ri R. K. Pyle., clerk and treanurerj; ftilemixilil. certificate shall lie r.,. 1
,n Henry tax nmemior t .1. K. Walker, 1"". A. dweinml I'nkniKvn. aconrilinir to law tax deed. will i.Miiatlitrfon every Friday morning and by a Adnptabulty.It. Including/ ilellKlntuI UAYMUIIT HAH, through I the to t
'II'' ..n.1'rlb-haril.1. L. Carruthem.V.: H. H council"nnluic meet and on thn Irth ilnynf torecandsealthisthe glance through Its advertising! columnsyou W. WllMoii' of "' IIUlcM. ml.. I ii* FAMOUS HA; I LAN Vii." it(.j| e
oonncilmon The Wltiiiw* inv olIli'UI I \ house and workshop with
Tuesday In each month. lith IMV| "f fiinuitrA.. I. 1551. can easily one who are the prominent nJtftllIgJh. ;,
TITL'SVILLK HOARD OF TRADE.M. ('if'IronltPOUrt. ) A. STEWART.. . merchants of our town-men who wind, made electricity\ through a deviceof Through tlokvr auld l" ull northern point For full Infornmllou irirardltif, at f: ;

. Robbins, prell..lent.J.. ; M. Dlxiin. trein-,. Clerk Circuit:' Court IIY U IIrev.r.I""rv.. A.STESYAIITD.C.!: .Florida.12U are up-to-date citizens, and who are ills own on which he tints secured lr.cti<>n.. (itT..rtid by no otlii-r l line; dliiKmum, re8crvIIUus. ticks i", e.rtir apply lo i
r .
Well.
aaooml
0 diet, Meet -
lay night in each itenrecary.mouth at their rooms.' asking .for your: patronage. Read the IMters'pntent from (Urn W for.IRvlllp.,. snyii n lud.special to dispatch the Chicago \ CHAS. DA VIES, Fla.:Pdsseoger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreel, Jacksonville, Florida If

ads. on every pose; very carefully
Inter Oeeiiu. A windmill In usodIn - --- .
1\[ USE' OLD STYLE BI.OCKH GUAJlANoI Sample copies of the Advocate will, -
; pumping water Into n hydraulic roguf.itor '
"hen you can buy the best Self-Lock I td/ /t(. nd TEED BY be sent, free to any part of: Canada built on the principle of a hydraulic CHAS.:: : :E3 Z'LTM:: : . ':

lf: Tackle Blocks at nearly the same DEPOSIT and the United States upon applica lift. rile pressure H regulated SIT' BIB w. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. "
rice. Now, In ORe In the United t fT rtrtrt BANK soy s& ,
t.Ue Army and Navy DepartmenU, $ % I 11 I If R.B.Fare Paid. Note Taken tion. by weight! ami the water In admittedto .

.znmlne them at the ADVOCATK ofilceNrKDBY ,. iTllMIMIBilllBilllllil FRERCOUR'E'l the hydraulic rlmmlx-r. nn.llt Is clUdiAr -
usvllle. .. rd at Coat. Wilt.Quick Hat Stood the Tent lifi Y -nrn. od from It under wevonty-flve .

.EORGIA-ALABAMA BUSIN' EBB COLLEGE Macon Oa. The old original (}novs;'" 'fastelusNChill \ !pounds pressure through valves workIng ;

: MANUFACI'URUut'SE. Tonic. You know what you' are automatically.
CHICAOO
,\ iiennin, of truotworthlne and JOB I'RIVTINO: done at thin office. taking. It U Iron aodgninlneln it tanteleMH TIll water Is then forced Into a generating CXPRT3S ry"'rpR I mWA
familiar with l local territory as. ..ebrancholUne. .- form Xo cure no pay, Lout; at the plant and rung through a motor PREPAID
week- -
-
Salnry 'li pfd ---
Red Cruse Pharmacy. Tltn .lll.., FI.i.
u niannnt po-ltlon. No InventniKnt re- directly connected with n small! dye ( 't ar
I'revlntiA xiierlanca not ea. .entljl to uamo. In thin. way there In a !steady , x

'ir.. tiger AdilreiM Branch. , Como .Chicago.w4 The Hal of Unman drontli.'o pressure and enough electricity !U generated i -fa 4 I AI I ill 1

"\\ crow nt a uniform rate." salt trt provide nmple light T ie cant 4V' (1?! ..

n physician. "Tb(>r" are role of of the windmill and electrical apparatus W" 'tfSjSSB .

growtH that unconsciously) we all obfj. doe! not exceed $3fK). nod Mr. \\'\ 2QTS b Tt ,

m.aQ; "Take the average man. lie grow non nnxerti that every fnrmliotiiio can d & m .

: at follow "First year, eight Indies; be easily snppllpd. The plant once f.- : A : '

mfr y } 4 1"'Jf11Etm.r second year, alt Inches; third year tabllMlied run C'oDlHlrntively"Ithout 4 4 -m i

..! hf RlSN f'e f five Inches; fourth year, four iaclie; cost t t 1 I

SEED.. em's.D.r.er.llcrsll 3ft!) year, four Inches; sl.xtl1Tear. four !' f7JtWT17! 'i+ I t 1 V

nches. From the sixth on the growth ,IJ. Work In .!>. f)1'.h..d. adrwcuAn l'f h
'\ the.orvtTaIoftlianltPi' >t. w. "* 'I
.>....lb."tbo.ln'-. / Patlrnsuer4l5t Il.w 1 J. slower until the sixteenth Tear-It Is I Young tree nhould have a mound of -C 111 *w gir'" "" I Ir mriEAST
be. M eel n_ti" are Iwo' -r limn I only one and a half lathes a ;year. The l
of *
p. *
J... on wish to .rowlh. need B,.... IS.e.l.nv.nl.a mat "udle /. earth raised around the stem a* a sup- r, *
as I Isleran' MSKsaaase L
>,ll sneer and the Uarft vrve- suunt 015.41 .kyle, C.-'Y ,f r. haesybn.m.r.wb.eebne seventeenth ;year has a growth of two port and protection against mice! etc.
The.;n'
\ CW,1,t t b.beet eedn-F em's. )israalee U..e., V I r l. l ere O,. Inches. The eighteenth year has a Small and lately planted trees must J\\\ \ !
L<
\ DOG .. A..I ftse. to all w
(' o. ,..IIcIw... y..r. .b.on.a .r." unum y eb.tlb.t .u.4e1 aM r... growth of one inch. At eighteen the bare stakes' let beside them and be r + f(
ae.b
r. .. b ,a+4 e4.rI.aavAaesuWa.ted ft"el'hze man !I. fire feet eight Inches II
v7 D. M. ".RRY & CO.. I.rr Yr. Kaedw..emnl..eion. : tied to the stakes with a broad bent ,
Darolt Mloh. .v.ww.w. . t a-ae 1 1 e..Se.SCeC high. Thereafter be grow DO more.- Trim superfluous or unhealthy wood

1u.a flan Pr AJdraw 9 RY M1 ALL Guy 7.ww. Yr5. Philadelphia Bulletin. out of the old orchard Aoareut fAr tl1elaaJJltt lirttwlnc! Co t



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l ,.'6EAST
FEBRUARY 23
1 BAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVHJUE, FLA. -- __

WM. M. BROWN, VCe.pteirWINSTOM
President; |( ,
4 .IAMBS.: PRITCH BD. Cashier. \
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S. BKAHNINO
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i, COAST ADVOOAT1 GOOD-ROADS. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

' KVBBT FRIDAY. WE want" good' made nil alonlC

PUBLISHED the Knur Coast and "'e ought/ to J

fnntonice Flllr"a, Good roads are ini COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Entered at the have them.
I M aea.nd-ci.i at'rltuevlfe. portant.factors in the development Authorized capital, $ ;: COCO'f'

and do much Paid up capital -
countries $2500'
s Editor R Publlllher. ..f nil) ;
; CHABLKS H. WALTON toward thftbullding of p.ipuUtio Average deposits, $:.100:00: :;

i JOOKlfAI. D.VOT.D TO TH. D.lOrMEMT and. wp..It h. The Florida movement '
WBIKLT
k,, r OV TH. INDIAW ilyaR, 41.rwogRINDIIACAtaabATaXOT'It(I.Dlnoontlnuame is a most important one I> .. Transacts a General BanliofNc

Its bearings on the future of our 1 akinsPOW4C

t of ad viII. niimt. he made l 1 per Stale I und should! hove the hearty; Business,

r, ..ally at thin ofllre or by rttlrft. CM operation of all our people.In I

t the past eight years the general Ldrgest and Oldest Bank on the Rhe(
(Check etc., may he made payable t1)CRAUw introduction of the bicycle did, I ? ,
a ' Exchange bought and milu '
r of VV ,: font P
wALTonpuhlleller.
a
u' much toward the improvement Countries.
,f Inrorma" our highway; but the coming of
for
to the ADVUOATK ,,
arIn writing much I'atmnageappreciated. l'ronii" ir
,.. bn (
will a
tlon 01 \ny kind the wrlt r will obhireriyenoliInff the automobile i truatiuitni', end every favor onto.! ,(tlfervBttve a
b forwarding the' banking gnu in
*. a itain>ailaSM ll envelope. greater power
,
p Good U'luds movement along the COItRESPOS T'

. \ BOSTON ()IKKICK-Tho branch HoHton aRlee East Coast, and we hope the timiis ... Absolutely Pure Empire Tiust Comnany Nm % 4 t
'i J of Til it EAST ( O"OT .Ar v '.
street "n.llllia charge or Mr. Carl ] 1\lollIlWII, and national arteries of travel 7E I.A.
contracts for I tIla rr.J..I..US"\rXLLE.
i who will make. lvortlnlng smooth hard sod durable wil A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER ------------------ -
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paper. --
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of our ---
all sections ---
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bind together ---
to and render : ::DcC> :BBI1'TS.::
a IQ rI &4<1re.l all ooimnnnloatlnn country with new ties I-I.
1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE', and frequent' deliciousand (MiccvsBoi-,10 Dobbins liros.)
communications
( makes the most
FLORIDA It
TlTDRVILLB. : :
: :
LOCKSMITH:
nncfhvxpen
I between our people, facilitate G'U N' 4LncL: : : .
.. the marketingof products. Numbeis. Stencil.*, Tinnk and Lockfmlth b PDlie..
:
H.IepartrnentofAgricultt healthful hot breads Badges, Checks Door! KEVOLVERS A bPECIALTY: -
U. benefit all clus bUN.-- AND
{I and In uiuny ways KEPAIIUNO(} ()lf wholesale. Trunks and VallBcs Bcpalnx; .
-tTiiplter, IR. : aid. keys at
Unreaii
Weather ell t> of our population. Gun and Revolver parts l"la.
Lt United States by 224:.!:! Main e>t.:.:l JnckBonyllle.
the
'I he loss to biscuit and cakeFREE -- -
The following is a comparative statement hud roads In estimated at from -- --

of temperature and rainfall fort I2u0,000,000 to $300 000,000 a year, COMP
week ending Tuesday, Feb. 20, IWXI.DATE. $( enforced Idleness SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY
( -190 U is a loss caused by FROM ALUM,.LIME OR PIIOSPIIATIC ACID TilE
-. during'many months of the

'I 4 14 74 0. nil and by the employment of Brick Lime Cement
03M year
;, isid/ 71 74 (ot< : 157 118 4-111;a needles! horsepower during most. *. Wood, Coal, Coke, ,

75 OSni 74 In: nontha.
17 *
IS 73:' 7n 117; Let us have nod, hard-surface Alum: baking powders are unhealthful. Do not use them for Sidewalk Brick

20 In! 7'i 75 1111 On 78-n 01 71'. 'nnds byGOOD all raising food under any circumstances. So detrimental are alum Vitrified Paving and ,.,.,.

Total rainfall fur the week: ..ODepartu"e 6 .baking powders considered, that in most foreign coi#itrics their Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone No.i 2''.
tbe foot ot Hogan Street
from normal rainfall for ROADS ALONG THE )f lose
r; week: mlQiis ,r 8 Inches I Departure, sale is prohibited. In many States in this country the law com- J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.The .

! from normal rainfall sine January I, EAST COAST. pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contain
t -- -
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plus 2.i O Inches. acid while in the District of Columbia Congressalas
,
HAL. P. HAHOIN. Observer Tile St, AugiiHtine Record says: this dangerous Oldest E tal>llnhed Grain and Beed House in lhe 81atl.
.I "Mr.I 1'. I.. :Sutherland: him emphoIzed prohibited the sale of all food that contains alum.
the fact that lie Is In earnest, ie-
that the Dad aicling! ( the extension of the Monltile :Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 PUAT

r County A LATE Fair report has says been changed to road.. to to Pclllcor contribute Creek, even', and more that than ho he IHilllioif cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents, or 25 cents a pound, :cl.E30":1.rS::: I : & CC

March 6th to 12th. IIrllt offered. While In the city yesteray and when not branded may generally be distinguished by their

< lie was overheard. talking to a GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
price. ,
aunty commissioner and asking the .
FROM nook and corner of alone: the route ofthe
every la sterif the people Meal and Fertilizer
r Florida comes the story of progrea proposed extrntlon would contribute ,., Flour Grits
is 1 It Dwuids.. building the road if the county
and prosperity, but nowhere bmmiaslonerawould. l consider the ptocl. 20(1( East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, }'LA.
evident than, along the Eas t
would
more this
DHHiirvrl' that
Coast ; and the music of'the trowel, have i ; coii Its.ldvi was IRb t e elTeot, in lecummeod.Inlt -- --- Catalogue free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and A C LRI';

the saw and the hammer Is abroad+ tile work tbecomnilssloneii. Miriulherland MARRIED AGAIN. Luckiest Han In A rlo\!ilt II.I -- - -- -- ----- -.- -- ------- - -
then said he would guarar "I'm lh. luckiest roan' In Arkansa,,
in the land In preparation for even. cash the use of five team I writes" II. L Stanley. f Winio "sine..
tee tJOUO: In Mri
greater things another year. Floridians for the entire winter" and the use of oDe Mrs Lillian\ Alllen. otherwls. resident the restoration of my wlfi'n health afte & Baker
are now right upon the eve' team Indefinitely if the commissioner Lewis Alllen. known to mnoy,,1001Ihe: five yearn of conMnnoim, couuhintf: amblfullna MeMurray
Florida, the roail. of TltiiHvllle and other places (rum the lunif ; and! I owe" my;
of a greater and grander would build and heiress to I Metre 1.0111.I
l Count, 1 \
East iluwoild'M !lI'P"IIIRt
clou ti> !
Creek fortune
runs good
ao do not let your chances slip by. to The the count road to and Pelllcer shell Is available akin; lard's fammi nt"ok farm married H'mcocnn qule'lv' '\ Itl at !medicine, lr, Kill!!'" Vnw DIMI'ovt-iv' for 4O1-413 East DRY Street Jacksonville Florida,
b Jobstown N..1., was slued' I know (r"m xpeilencn -
could
- Its entire stretch, I therefore, It <" Barnesa (JunRII mptlm.,
much cheaper than It coup the home of her brother A. M. will oiirc n""+nniptionif| 1 lake, -Makers' and Jobbers of-
Now comes political talk, and constructed towards the Interior where materU' broker, 10.15: : ProHprot piece, Brooklyn, In time Mwife! linpi'\pil' Chairman U. U. Fletcher of the be would be scarce and hauling would be to ..x C"niinlnHloner of Public VVoiki first bottl"' and twelve l"..1, ire" roni|.I'ed Material
Comm George Livingston on I he Nth Instan' lit t, omiitloi Bud Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon ,
State Democratic Executive over a long stretch. The county has not : trip to the cure Cures t < m'' !
honeymoon
and then left. on a refunded At HIM' I Rec ,
the the time colds ,
mouev
it tee, has issued a call for I he funds available at present his death Mr. IjOtllUrc, i r
doub ; Georgia.: At oOo and tll(10. Trla
specific work, but can no Crass" Pharmacy
In Jackaonvlllt for that estate. .
meet beautiful (country Rubber Tires.
commltten to left her the Saddlery
find/ lie necessary money If the work i III horse, bottle free.CARNIVAL, .
Saturday February 21th to fix tstlmale of tin, Kanoncas, Biid the priceless rune
decided upon A rough there foi Painting Etc. Etd.
breeding and ,
hud been First-Class' Repairing
date for holding the primary elect. cost places It at about 10,000. The *2.- that he IN HAVANA.

ions for nominations of State and (0(1(1( ( In cash: olTeied by Mr. Sutherland year Mvlnsfon IKin years old, anti]

f county olTloers. Let us hope there and the use of.his defraying earns I will the contribute." come Mr. of an old family.Mr. I The canlval Mention In Havana begin TITUSVILLFI LIVERY /5iT11IILEFEED ,
towards expense
will be no early primaries, which largely. Mr. HiHheiKind's additional offer at Jake Lorlllard\ Jr., who. now ooon-Tltuavllle. . on Sunday, February 2.!;:>.ih, three days

waste not only the candidate's time noted above Is something which tbe East plea Cnpt. J. O. Walton's oftbelRteMr.1I'lerre In before the Lou i en Reason and continues
and StAugutsnecannot . "IR.le nephew for the five follow lOll :;uodRy These Nh ''SADDLE IIORsl:
particularly SALE
Urevard Florida AND
time of county'sresidents. of -
but the Coast of
afford to let slip, Loilllard, and! wan' manager days the city IH given over to the pleasure
celebrated stud farm for many beekers and maKqiieraden, who make BUGGIES
above
either bj the \
will
'If bt. Augustine supply he ...STABLES...
- or by help from the year; In fact. It was" thought that the bent of it. On toe Pi ado, one of the
private subHcilptlon should have been the owner" of It on the terraced street In the world SCRM
COMMISRIONEK of ..AgricultureKoiner the balance needed to complete prettiest i'
(county UA.GOAOE
within Polltcier Creek: It will death of his millionaire uncle.A the po;>iil>ire gathers. The entlio city
road to
of Virginia tbe shell
expects I
at that ikssumea a holiday air, and the O'trnlvnlspirit 1St and TURNOCT3IIAULING
make connection
a TRANSFER
the to bring about be easy to 1 Encouraged. rrmnifea', and more
present year with the Ormond-Daytona Beach habit to >e Is strikingly i /
30,000 of the poor of London to point either via tho Old King's\ road from Vlr- The mother who" has acquired the io than In any other city In the Wettterti ETC. ..all kinds.,

Virginia to work on the farms taking nil Dupont's, or by connection: with habit of keeping on hand a bottle ofhamberlain's Hemisphere.Go .
the place of lazy and undesirable the l Gieen Island road at St. Joseph. Cough Kennedy: saves to Havana and see the Carnival. J'. M. OlsibaxnFITUSVILLE
I of uneasinessind
Theie Is no reason why St. Augustine herself: a !great amount FI.ORE'
lie has already of Robbing' Law Office-
negroes. cold and -In rear
lib auld not be one of the greatest winterIng anxiety. Coughs, croup A Alennre to Health. -
,'; communicated with the lord mayor places la the world for automoblllsts lo which children are mitcRptlble are Kidney trouble IN an Insidious danger - -- -- _
of London and the British authorities It already has Anastasla Beach and can I liilckly cured by Its\ u"e. It counteracts aDd many people) are victims of a serious -

and expects a favorable sandy, reach North Beach, thus connecton ny teniienov of a cold to result In pneu-. malady before the symptom are leoognlzed. -
with Atlantic Beach then the con- inonla and If given\ as goon us the firstlymptnfnI Cine corrects Fs.io. *
answer to his plan. Commissioner himself action: It youth to the Ormond-Daytona of croup appear It will prevent rie! ularlteit. \Foley's| and Kidney strengthens' and builds -* } :: .tirl.g: :

Kolner will not confine to each would settle the matter. Sorne- the attack. This remedy containsiothlog tbe kidney, and It should be taken
up \
English to Virginia farms, will make Injurious and mothers i give: It to VARNISIIINU" STAINING, FIN ISUl\
bringing Ime, probably St. Augustine ; it the Drat indlcatlou\ of kidney trouble PAPERrJANGING, KALSO&UNINO, ,
but will also draw upon the poor Ih., road to 1'elllolerCrewka wide shelled Ittle ones with a feeling; of perfect is it Impossible to have good health If
} of palmettos on Sold by all dealer, Etc, Etc., done at reasonable rates bynrSIGY
line the
ot Belgium and Germany to some boulevard with a lecurlty. the kidneys are deranged. Hold by
has a bill either side like the beautiful palm b"r- ted I Cross Pharmacy. PAINTING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.Corner .
extent. lIe prepared .
out
lered road lu Cuba from Havana Notice.

''t which will be submitted to the Legislature iowtuds :San: Chi Utobal. JUT": OLD NRWSPAPKRS for Sale :ELJIOT] : : :
with MIZITON: : ,
in connecting rlr-
feature
for
asking an appropria Another The undersigned Intent to apply rt'rat: : heap( at this office.
; the
would be that the on
lion of $10,000 with which to pay rmond and Daytona automoblllsts would" then :Mill nit .ludge HUT of. lor Maxih Hrovanl A. I>I'ountv. lens for a charter fore of Washington Ave., and Main St.
in >t. Augustine for profit with, the name, or thIn
of Virginia foreign countries. olul club not
agents of the road across the Tax Statement. FLORIDA.
ret tbe benefit "' The ottlce of the commies, hate: all Volusla. county will doubtlesnonatruct of the club belli* the promotion or sushi, -

oner will be i bureau for negotiations a good road between UI'Ln.uII. iiterootirtte niiMiirnicoment auionir, yachting Its luenibeni aOll tuotot and.boating the Tax statement from Nov 1st, ItKUi to Agents 'rboStodiCycle

between the immigrants and and l the Ormond-Daytona Is Beach and tu ipmi tin Indian. River. Tltusvllle, Florid. ,ran 31st 1900.( For taxes levied and col De Mooy RONALD & FISKE, EC
Orlando, In Ornoge county moving '|'ho club will he Inflated at 4 Cycle
the farmers desiring help. connect its good roads system with De- I ,,,ml will li,,T.ati 'ems at varloua polnu on the noted for tbe year li'O'i' : as per SectionS 2 8 Engine _ FLORIDA. 12 to 4W R,
be ndUn Rlv..r. The olmrter la on ale In the 13.: Chapter 4115: Laws" of Florida. 1.4 to 6 n. P. COCOA, -
will
Liand. The next step a oon- Vie,
;l rk'a otHcc at Tltntvlllo. Nov." Amt. to
Col. from t.
,Pet
ALL of the facilities necessary leollon between -Oilando) and Tampa JAOOH I-OnilLARII JR.1KO 1IJII to Jan.31, IWMI. be Col'il. : .
S"C'PPLXSS.EXnrd.
1 the hlehway across the < M.HOIIHINH M1IRINI7' : : EN'G-JN'EJ: :::
bus completing:
and enter. I'EKCY a. WALTUS.K. ('o. Rev.-Hen Fund .. .. W3.e3 f eSatSechoul
for the transportation ate. And why not have the Indian .A. MOHOAI, .... ITllnil...... ........ l.Xlnilfl 13.0.108(1 -:: .nro-
talnment of tourists are now in full ]tlver suction connected Into this systemy s K. K. BLAKKWIMJO, tiuul; and bridge Fnml.... Bill: ,((17 11,1116.119 nARDW.\1II
All of the hotels along supplying tho 12: mllen of road needed I. A. BKAIIT, 'Ina amt Forfeiture fund. 41.1'J 4.!>'K1'en ( WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MARINE
operation. J.P. WILHOX Tax School Hint. No. t 1.J7.4O 2.ot699
the East Coast are open for the reception letweeu Minis and Oak. Mill? Jony K. WALKFK, 'oils(tiohool Fund)._.... 20.00 fiHO.uo ON TilE EAST COAST. .c patkWire I'M'
IAN I'Krrt'HiKO, No. 1C and Climax No. 0 Dry Batteries, Switches, Spark Plugs
of guests, and the regular -- ----- I). H. 1'BITrilABI. Total................."a, aT.s7 tw.wiiToLCt. Acme Timers Detachable Terminals, Pocket Ammeter
the roads fOU ALL KINDS OF! JOB PRINTING U. f. Ul'KKN.ADIIKMAU .Ct. Beall] A. A. Sf1WAIf.Clerk Spark Gaps, Shaftme. vr?1
winter schedules over I remember the ADVOOATK otUoe. HUADV Circuit Court. 3rass and Iron Pipe, Klbows, Tees, Unions, etc. Tobin Bronze \\'Ire.>1
leading into the State, and to the len. Steering Wheels sheet Brass and Copper i Copper, Galvanized and

remotest tourist resort are now in Write for Catalogue:

P operation. All that remains to be "W'HEYOUVV ANT-TCiMATO PAPERSAY : OUR PRICES ARE LOW AND OUR GOODS THE BES'i

I' desired is a rush of.visitors 8U ntci. '. -------- - -- -------- ---- - -- --- -

V/ ent to task the facilities provided YOU -WASUNITED

IF for their comfort. While it I. still Lorillard Boat: Co.,

.< a early to forestall results from

actual business this season, it is TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
,

safe good to as say last that winter.it should The volumeof be as Boats t Bought g t Sold d and Built t toO Order r d r

4) travel thus far Is slightly lighter ,

to date over the East: Coast II VEGETABLE. :::En.gin.es::: : Ita11od'BOATS : :

Railway but? there ban been a .
SUMMER-Represeotstl! le.
C.AHEFULT"STORED FOR THE 01
in I.VV I.
gradual increase paeeengerbw
; the T. & M. Reversible Gasolene Engine, 1.>,B to :23 horse power TD"f ear+1
r; flees during each season for several engine of the kind in Florida and tbe best on tbe market. See thi t I

i; years past. At the same time TT per.w boat at place of business-en several new hotels have been built SAY -- _- -
-- -- - - --
(t and many others have been enlarge

tt. ed. The "house count" in the

hotels at present is not quite so 11VERY: BUNDLE Of QENTJTN'E IS LAAEITD. TAKE: NO OXHEH THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDOES

largejks it was last year while the
Ia'r Write' : ; You S.nD1p1.oa.: For s xlo by
in
db number of families cottages

y x along the hast Coast Is much EA.ST OO.A.ST x.'JVrT1.EJ: d3 SUPPLY C70MI'..AN"Y. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE R.\'rE3-

larger. Ii7au G-n1.1:1.o: I'loril1ae: : :


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EAST COAST ZTSTIE'WS. Many: Thing of-Int..r..t 5s Seen by n & Walton :
Mr. linker's new cottage, on Barton Prominent Vlitltor. Morgan
avenue, is progressing rapidly.
******************** j Eau Oallle Fla., Fob liU! KHKt. ,
Hotel Indian River U
filling rapidly
.
In and location this charming
with guests, and all Is bright and cheer. beauty Tit' ;:-7-111o F o.
_
Notes Contributed spot is like unto Capri, as It rose in ,.
Newsv bv Our: Regular t ful there.
misty charm before us, through its blue

Corps of EaHt Coast C01'1'e.pon ents. *. The ben.vyInd of Friday and Saturday limped, sun-klased Italian atmosphere,
caused much unhapplness among on that moinlng In early April.

. . . . . tlshermeu who haunt Rookledge. Col. C. W. Fowler was wise when ho FIRE INSURANCE.
..........* .* .* .*...*...*.....*.* .* .P....tr.........1........... decided to bring his school-Kentucky .
Mr. and Mrs. hunter, who have been
Military Institute-down where life In
sond communications\ I spending the past month at the Flax, all out of doors, whole mitiue touches RKUA1U.K COMPANIKS LOWKST(: UATKS;
r Dense Eau Gallie. left on Saturday lust for their homo I INew In
I items for publication to "Editor, York city. ono on all aldis and the waves make mid PKOMPT PAYMENT OK f.O.SSE.S;;; : ,.
music on the sl\n\-\
[VOCATK, Tltu vlllpFla.\ Miss Capehart and M'SK l Dooley, of "A breeze that was born In the

SARAH c'. It010IJV1'11\811'IA.II! AND 8UKOKON. Cocoa heights, on Indian River, were heart of the ocean 1 I
r \Ve cannot guarantee to publUb : bun Onlllo Florlila.
thai d" not reach this offlne! before day and Sunday. It's whispered answer Is whispering still
IS Cloudy weather, for I ibe |past week. Of a love that slumbers never."
u on Tlmrsdajs.Will Our hotels David Uattenlleld and his sister from The school Is at hurno, a mile and a SEE IF YOU LAVE A GOOD TITLK: TO YOU PKOrEHTV.!
me keeping ipilte full. ol.iwaie, Ohio, arrived on Friday last
half from Kau (n..Ulo. however, we \hlt.
correspondents oblige us by Alex Near U Kinking two w"lIslor the on u visit to his brother, I.V.. li.itti-u ors go daily at :il)0 I: ) to see the boys drill,
Held Barton
dug the nimesof people and places K. M. 1 HI bat no. ou avenue. regarding not I the heavy sand since half REAL ESTATE

as posiilble ? ))on'I COT get the II li>hitr"; on rildny Mrs. [latch's delightful boarding, hone the wny we walk beside the Eau Oallle .
Blob afternoon, at the V. E. chinch In, 111I usual full uf guests, among the liver, then close It nu u foot ,bildge. t
latest arilvals bllojt1111.. McCieaiy. anti where we always loiter to look afar at
HANDI.KD 0V COMMISSION.
J. (C.: Carr, of Went Vnelnla, has two children, of Kenton, O. I Indian River, on to tbe Uanana river,
Melbourne.HARD leaned the launch caned bj 'luos Sum out to the broad Atlantic. How boats, "
ter for bin private l use. Mr. and Mrs. Means and two children' motor launches and sailing vessels are
Your Business Solicited
of Low Moor, Va., who have been spent Respectfully ,
Intent and and
hopeis
on pleaeure profit
MaJ. AfcOowan was in command of log the winter at the New liock'edga: ,
W OOODE.-Real Estate, Votary the I:. MI., cadets who visited DeLand U'f:, Monday, for Palm Bunch and MI- entertained that the once well equipped !Reference: Indian River /Mute: \Bank, Tltiisvllln, Fla.
will be
hue and Conveyancer. Agent for Attnarr last week. ami. passenger steamers replaced _. .
Hartfordre -- -- - ---
toil and Lonilonund Globe and wish yet finer ones. "
Inmiranoa Companies. Bpeolal attention Dr Sarah C. Hodgson \\entertain\ The Sunday evening song service at Frequent trips are male to Palm .

,J to the Interests of. non.re.ldentA. on Friday, of this week, at her borne, the New Itockledge h..relOaK the largestof lienoli-the tourist's Mecca-(including THEIR RIGHT TO KNOW !

Pinewood Lodge. the ttpaxon. Mrs. Wallacesan a beau lo fish, landing to fry and sleep, then elf
If': SubMirlptlons for tbe ADVOCATK, Grand tlful song, and Mr, Marsh, of Ibe 'H..ck. again with a "lapping wave and lifting
picnic to the beach Wash.
on
of tbe East Coast, will be People who intrust their
pink paper ington's birthday. Particulars la next ledge trio, gave several tine solo selections wind and lAzy afternoon. moneyto
Ived at the Melbourne Postoffice./ Issue of Ibis paper. on the violin. Boats !go Gaily to Kocklcdgo taking a bank want to know something

-- and leaving; freight chlelly vegetablesand ; .
.iss Clara A. Lenker, of Canton, 0., Dr. e.! C. Booth and party, have re- fruits, frequently pitHsengers. of Its financial strength. .
turned from a cruise to Miami. The LaGrippe and INiemiioiilu. anti Mrs.
ne of the charming young lady guests Last Friday night Colonel
he Csrleton.r. Doctor reports a most enjoyable time. Pneumonia often follows la grippe Fowler gave\ the boys a dance to which WE FULLY RECOGNIZE THIS RIGIITCONDITION ,
but never follows- the use of Jo'.loy'sIiouey all Eau Oallle and Melbourne was In-
and !Mra.\ J. S. Murry and three Miss Weatherall, of Chicago, III., la and Tar. It cures I lit, grippe vited. We had! a fine time. .__ _. h_ __' __ __
,Iron, of Toronto, Canada, are pleas- registered at the Inn. Miss VVeatheiall coughs and and
; prevents pneumonia Melbourne U four miles down the
just
baa a brother who Is cadet of the : OF-
guests at Hotel Bellevue. a K. ,:
At. I.Capt.. consumption. Ask for Fnley's! Honey river. You can reach it by railroad but
ma Margaret Petter and Mia, G. and Tar and refuse any substitute otter It's far more fun to go by boat scions '

'all, of Philadelphia, are among tbe Kogeio hauled out his freight ed. Mr. O. Vachei, of l.YT OHgood( 1 ht., and beyond Indian River Melbourne/

arrivals at Hotel Carleton. launch, Mystic, on Hodgson's nays on Chicago, writes: "My wife had a severe Bench, go; In the suit, and return when The First National Bank :
Sunday 1..lIt. and had the vessel over- I caso of la grippe three years ago, nnd I It the sunlight Is seeking the sea at the 1
and Mrs. A. ,<\ French, of Newk ,,
r hauled and painted.The left her with a terrible couch: sho edge of the far Itkyllne.'J'hur..dRyW"HblnjCton'.
were guests of Hotel Bellevue the 'tried a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar '
week. They left on Tuesday for atilt K. M. I., cadets won the match and It gave InunedUie lellef. A 50 cent the K. !M. 1. sal Its visitors will blithday spend :Miami:: :: ,. DF'lcu' .
Jensen. game 01 bull at Stetson University. De-
bottle cured her coiigb entirely." Itafu the at the leach of the kind .
Land, by a score of 0 to 6. 1'he cadetsretuined e substitutes. Sold the lied CrossI'harmncyTituaviII day guests At I the close of business, February 1, 1IHM). : "
m't forget the Chaiitaiiqna of the to :Sarno :Sunday evening. I by generous; folks ot Eau Oallle and Mel.
)pits at Melbourne begins Its 1001( Fla.'' bourne. Imagine faculty, students, RESOURCES MAIlIMTlKSrLoans II '
'on on March 4tb. Good acoommo The picnic on Thursday. of this week, women and glils, out for surli a treats[ : ,

,DOS\ can be found for those who wish Washington's birl hd.y, was well attended Merritt.The The novelty of I lie water Lido, the joys and< '
'line. by our guests and citizens, and a of the Miiif, and a day of fieedom, not to tr. w. Bonds, A: Premium l\J: (tHIII.O) ( Circulation . . . . noooo.oo27, ) t1+ :
large contingent of cadets and oUicers mention the love story that Is expected . . IIOOIl.IIO! ) t.
KuTand u.f- . . , 10ctG.87( :{ ) I
RCneh
r, and Mrs. J. L. Hlgley; antI Mrs. I.
from the Ii:. U. I. to be whispered Into the ems of youth duo from
hotel
r, of Canton, Ohio, are again pleas- Is crowded l and mote guest and beituty. other banks 10,1-1\121'1(); \ )DEPOSITS . . :!,887.10I.VMKKOO( oIIr.l I
The largest audience of the season at are coming each day
quests( for tbe seasou at Hotel Cnrle- In North!. Eau Oallle Bills ( ..
We are stopping: Due from U. S. Trensuier :2,1u0.J0! ) > ( ) : ;
tended tbe dress ade of the K. M. I. ,
wbere they have spent other winters pal James
old and ou Friday! last. Tioj.io, liookledge, Weir, the noted florist of two short blocks from the railway Total . . . . . . Tll8avJ.l)7\ : : ) Total . . . . . $:fII.oItI.D1:.! !: .
lollgbtfully among new X Y and wife
Brooklyn, are expectedat station. nvenlent'! to the school house
*..18.| We are always glad to welcome Ieoented.Melboume and other points, were lop the River View Satuiday. cliuiohen, post cilice and ice factory, amt :. '1 I

'> nice people Monday and Tuesday nlchts a crowd') la fact, we gel everything here one :
J. C. Llnnemaa and wife, of Liana, (U., of guests from the River'! View attended could ask for, wllli scent of orange soft Commenced business December 1 1902. ;} ,

The Yellow Fever Germ were the guests of Mrs. harry. Hodgson the show nt the Opera house at Uooo.i. seat breeze aud but sulphur baths, without '.,
I last week Mr. Linneman and wife the anklng.AoroHS .
locently. been dlscoveied. It hears a I have been spending a month at the Merritt Is very lively now, almost equal| the way Walden Park, the Depository State of Florida. : : ;,
: resemblance to the malaria germ. i Breakers, Palm Beach, Fla. to the seashore during the summer winter home of Mrs M. E. liaibour, of

'lee the system from disease germs, : lioutlng fishing, hunting and bathing New York, where IOMIS run riot, meet
must effective remedy Is \Ur. King's The sharpie Ll/zle was out for a spinon also. games of tennis and quoits are in- and kiss In the looming dew, peep In at Depository City of Miami. f.'l

Life Pills, Guaranteed to cure all Sunday afternoon last. Among those dulged In. tbe windows and threaten entrance at 1
on board were the Misses Hen dlct, ; I
1 Sea due to malaria poison and oon-
ition. 2.1o; at the Ked Cross Pliar- ,. Lucia Perry and Bessie Hodgson; Messrs. The guests at the hotel had a pi ogres( tbe Oranges gate way.and grapefruit, mixed with Dividends paid since organization $6OOO. ; .
Brown, J. A. filbert J. Kingan Hodgson slve euchre Saturday evening. 1'ilzo
), Titnsvllle, Fla.Georgiana.. hibiscus, oleander and violets, with "
I and others. were won by Miss Ilagan, Mists Delaney, + 4Br
ij
Mis. Petit, Mr. Little, Mr. Keating and" I mocking and led hd In giving; pleasure
Write us for booklet "How to Bank by Mall"-4 per cent Paid on Savlnco
Mis. Burnett, of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. Delaney ot New York. and bounty. At the rivet's edge Is a

has leased the Harrison cottage tor the pleasure launch, duck and sea wall- : ----- -- .- .... . -. -... '.' -. - I It'
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balance of the season. Miss Bush and high above a seat where-

W. Handy, of Chicago; arrived here. Miss blatter are guests of Mrs. Burnett, A lIeahng OOHIJel. "Only Nature's solemn psalm S. K. ISTatts

Sunday whose BOB is attending the K. M. I., at Pulses throng these vests of calm."
The Kev. J. C. Warren, pastor of j
18. Fox arrived here from Chicago; this point. Sharon Baptist. church. lielalr, Oa say Hut 1 the charm of the place Is the In- p'

,itter part of last week. The, launce Dawn, Admiral Olllla of Electric Hitters: "It's a God*enll to mates of the cottage where If a sorrow- ;
of ladies to view mankind. It cured of lame back burdened one domes, hind one willIng Boots :
v. J. R. Hawk filled his regular aptincnt owner, brought a party me a they Dry Goods Notions Shoes Novelties
at this place last Sunday. the dress pal ade of the cadets on Sun- stilt I joints, and complete physical col to help bear; and whether the '
day afternoon last. Miss Uillls, Miss lapse. I was so weak It took mu hair an huller I were slender or full, a stranger Is tit

rs. AnniA Hughes Is expected home Edna Brown and Mrs. Sllckney were hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of welcome to share it. LADIKS': AND OKNTH' FUKNISIIINO( / (]OOI>. 8TATIONKIIV; ETC.
i St. Augustine the latter part of among the ladies on board. Electric Bittern have made me so strong Full In view Is. the picturesque rock ,

week. I have just walked those miles In BO mlu ruin of Hotel! Granada the former homo KAU: OALUE, I"r.OnllJA. t ,
The K. U. 1. faculty and cadets gave a utes and feel like walking three more. of .the JlciisoOH, where a home like hospitality ., :

relay plain.| Carter,for with Miami n party to, left be last grand; ball on Friday eve last. Mel It'. made a new man of me." Oreatns \ was dispensed; and many are ____ _= _ _ ._ ._ U .- - - ..- -. .---- J; ,
evening gone bourne and other point were well represented theta that treasure fond memories of the f
remedy for weakness and all stomach, i
week. L/It110ltack.
as well as our home town, Eau liver and kidney complaints. Sold uncle days that were, and condole with the PINEAPPLE 'J i t .

18. Sarah Allen, of Seabreeze, who Uallie. Col. and Mrs. Fowler and Alaj. guarantee at the Ked Cross Pliarmncr loners of so valuable a house. This ailment Is usually unused by lCRATES

been visiting her mother, Mrs. M unreturned and Mrs. Vos received the guests. The Price !50o.) We, of "the annex," cannot fancy abettor rheumatism of the muscles and may be : ,
home Tuesday morning. I other officers of the Institute vied with rostlng-place/ than this, wherewe cured by applying Chamberlain's" Pain t (
,
: each other In seeing" that every guest: are looked after with scrupulouscare. llnlm two or three times a day and rubbing I ,"
"sum. Taylor and Powers left, Tues- received attention. The smart uniformsof TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The the parts vigorously! at each appli .
(for Washington, D. C., after spend. and the quieter ones worn sITord relief WRAPS>> '
the cadets The bread the thistle down cation. If this does not f' "
ome weeks visiting filends and rela- the a beautiful following are the times of arrive things we l' .
room
by tbe oflioeis, gave; call bread I bind on a piece of flannel slightly dampened ;

effect. The orchestra,of lour pieces- and departure of passenger trains to end Why, we scarce dare whisper.. or sneeze; with Pain Halm, and quick relief I' 1 '

18. Jake Field and friend from Sea-, from Titusville, were engaged for this from Titusville: For the rolls are so light, the wafers no almost sure to follow. For sale by all and i .
1.8 visited Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Pro- function, and tbe music was all that SOCTHBOVUD. thin, dealers. I '

and other Georglana friends tbe could be desired. Supper was served In Lana: They might /float away. on the breeze I 'y ./Ili, : ,.,
r part' of last week. They returned tbe pagoda at 11 p. m. The buildings; LearesTltnsvtlie for MiamI and } 1:4.* p m A Vim'rou. Driiylni' & and llniillnir NAILS
0 on Monday. and rooms were beautifully decorated Intermediate points at 10:Hil n m i :
with ferns, vines, palms and flowers, in U:4U |p mWOUTHBOOKD. It
'e ladies are planning; for a birthday and the hundreds All kinds of draylng and, hauling i
a very artistic manner, A VALENTINE -:-(- >< -X-
"I 1 at the home of the !Misses Bond, of Chinese lanterns added to the effect. 1 1.11: a m promptly attended to, and Satisfaction ri *

Saturday evening from 2 to 6Dck. It would be useless to describe any particular Le T.Tlturivin for Jacknonrlll I a'as a in. guaranteed.
Everybody Is expected to give; costume among so many",boaull- and InleriuedlKt poluUKt J f :tau a:'cm pin TV Walden Cott.o. r.au <}|>lll_, Klorlfln' JOHV: Karrt.ks'l'Itusvlllo.: TIIK ION. CRATK. f fUFIi'I' p

nny for each year of their age. The ful' dresses. The belle of the ball will\ Tltn.Tlll for Sanford 7:no fiu ant FabriiHry 14. 11551. QUALITY WRAPS.CKMKNT !
cods go for the benefit of the church not be specified this time, it was however Arrives. Thusvlllefrom Sanford i04pm: I know a p1iu*. where. roses sweet f
t e program Is being prepared for the tall beautiful brunette young llanizo'er the fence on either nldfl, Shoe Itepalrlntr. COATED NAILS.
a A womtrone screen Mf loaf cud, Monm
ion, and a good time Is expected. lady, and two equally tall and stately Pirating t'oley'M Honey and Tar. Behind which sunny iprtlauii hide. Hoe! our samples and get our price before
blonds. Some of the petite young I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng '

Frightfully Burned. ladle were also named as close aspirantsfor Foley A Co., Chicago; originated With dainty wind tounh.11", by and a nhalleiiK nu'rry. sprite 1 irayTim ,, and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. buying.::'We want your orders l',
and Tar a throat and lung: | Prltcbard & Son. ANDIIKW"' Unmor, -Write u* at Eau (Oallle n ;
as
.:as. W. Moore, a machinist of Ford the honor. Honey A mntln flnrot iron the blr la \ tj'x
,1'a remedy and on account of the great 'Trill through tin morn.Ing*iwe..t delight. 'lltuivlllo, Fla.
had his band frightfully burn-
an electrical furnace. lIe applied Cleaning and I'renMuK. merit and popularity of Foloy's Honey Each day I'll wander down this way --- ;:-( ;-:: J.a ( ,
Imitations offered) furY
and Tar are ..
Ion's Arnica Salve with the usual many For wart aM well literary' rettt, .
','t'' "a the genuine.: .Ask for A'ale 's Honey lime found tin vat anionic tli:, vlnMTnai JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at i a
test quick and perfect cure. All work done up-to-date. Call and and Tar and refuse any substitute oiler- shuts bur garden from the t atroet. this ofllce, at reasonable. rate*. Give
healer on earth for burns EAST COAST LUMBER A SUPPLY CO
ads': sores, eczema and piles. 25c at see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor ed as no other preparation will give the UH share of your work.

cad 1 Cross Pharmacy. Barber !Shop: on Washington avenue. same satisfaction. It Is mildly laxative. Common Colds are thc Cause or EAU OALMK FLA.
It contains no opiates and is surest for (t.

-- _._--..- - - -- -- --- children and delicate persons Mold by lUany HerloiiHPhysicians HIHc""elt. .....: r

.. .................. ... I the Red Cross Pharmacy who have gained national Stanley Kitching
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reputation as analyst of the cause of a'i
Dealer In
: Hargalns In Jtcal J tae. various diseases, claim that If catching Marine& Gasoline Engines :

tc& Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne office old could be avoided.a long list of FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS ;

our : 200 acres of land on Merrltts Island, dangerous/ ailments would never l he Manufactured by- '

Is creating which Is a fine residence ami, 23\ acres beard of Every one knows that pneumonia Tobacco, Pipes' Candles Fancy China ,

''T' .. .. .. . . . on Bears 5000 boxes of and consumption originate from and< "'YJ In Orange Grove. a cold, and clironlo cattarrli, bronchitis The following brands of cigars deliveredat ,

DEPARTMENT oranges. Cash price $:.22,000.: soil all throat and lung/ trouble are aggravated ; $:l.2:1: per box of CO: OSHKOSII, WIS. I

FURNITURE 200 acres on Indian Klver. Jieautlful and rendered mure serious by each II am bold t. Key West Smokers.! Premos,

Railroad station land. fresh attack. Do not risk your life or Cremo Cabanas, t'ohalelti.Bunch :
... . . 4c River Front. on I take chances when you have a cold.Chamberlain's ,
Bearing Orange Grove and Resilience, Card, SOc. ; Hand Made Palmetto
will
and'henow euro
Cough Remedy
: to meet tbe genuine want of the people, : will yield :20 per cent profit yearly. i lit before these disease/ develop. This Hats, :Mo..! o.__ A h.f Vii.

claims to have tbe most complete line of : Price $10.000.It. : emedf contains DO opium morphine or STUART FLORIDA.'
L. OAULDKX.: Agt.rttusvllle; oilier i harmful drug and has thirty years ?

Fla. (if reputatlho back of It, gained by Its ., '

House seen on the river, cures tinder every condition. For sale .
Furnishings ever
:E3sSwrl.S
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.. Dado County I-.aii For Sale. by all dealers. : : _
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Lamps ? : For ole, cheap, the northeast quarterof WALTON SELP'.LOCKIYO BLOCKS,
Angle
You have heardof Wardwell's $6.00 Bus.
southeast quarter of section 3, town Patented lo all countries. Only I tackle .

ship 33, south of range 41 east; clone to block of the kind In tbe world. Fit. Davis Wax 5.50'

Some people call them Angel Lamps. Write us : O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on ted with tbe Waltoo-Vlnton Roller Curries Wax 5.50"" i

Rcckefeller. : St Lucie River;40 acre.. where Refugee 4.75
Mr. I Bearer. Useful la any place
and we will tell you the joke on the northeast north Valentlnq 4.75"
Also quarter +
hoisting Is done. With these blocks I

r w. east quarter of section 18, township 38, do the work of two. '
one man can -All New Crop- :rOet Our' Catalogue.
t} FEE & STEWART COMPANY south of range 41 east; on south fork of' Thousands sold 10' the north. Call !
'f Lacle River 40 acresApply to Lorillard Boat Co. Agents
:: St. ; and lee them ID working order at this CRENSHAW BROS. ,

4 Melbourne and Fort Pierce. Cn.a B. WALTOX, office, or tbe store of Ja*. Pritchard fc T1TUSVILLK' KLA. '
< 2M TAMPA FLA.
Tltu.vllU. Fla.C Son Tltnavlll ,
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I II I II I FEBRUARY 23. 1906.
ADVOCATE. TITUSV1LLE FLA.
I EAST OOAST ____


I A A Gaunuitecil Cure For Piles.. Florida East Coast Raihva


4' EARTH ROADS. Itching, Blind Woedlntf/ PiotiudlogPlleH. / yt

are authorized to refund
UrugKUta
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"{ Kail 17 Kept In Good fondi! lon by faze Ointment falls to 6-1. In Effect Jum
If Card No.
t the New fond Ilraic.In cure In money(I to 14 day. COo at the lied local Time : ry 4 9. I lyy Q

k Iowa the problem l of good road: Cross I'bnrmacy'I'Ituaville, Fla.. + .' iI SOUTH.BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH. .BDUNe REAP UP.N" .

1.lft: been studied in such u way an: to '

l tiring prompt nnd practical help to the One of flow the to fumlllur Detect tests Armrttlc! by, whicha I >: D51, 1I' ai... liD No.n.\ly 113 Cvillo. No.) TR'N., 7.) 'trill'' '? 'o.to U ", I i
.s/ A011I' '
,I people., / If the average farmer: y is
+ country chemist recognizes the presence ol a. .. : 2a 800 Lr......... .. ........Ar T I
I i ;J were to state his need In connection arsenic is the odor of garlic given off ..1120........P.. 4 :III P 11211 a ............ :: .....So. Jacksonville..Lv. 7 :I.. .... ,: II"".,
......, .
I' UO5 .... SLAuguetlue 020: p 6 'to
M1 a J
I with good. roads' to the experts It seems when one of Its compounds Is heated r S 'r.C't 080..P.. 6 540 III I'1,1045 IL 11 a.. "M...........U..UIlIl.. ........... 5 119 I' .... 'J '
that lie might reasonably" say "FIrsi the blowpipe flame The same smell ol t0":iii I' II 87 1'111 IItI a. O45 Lv..EasC 1.oh..k..Lv. 1II.'i.: p II :..1 t I ,, -
a 1 toll bow to make pill3> i 1010. A r...........l'8Iii ka .............Lvil0 p ;; '
and foremost us garlic/ Is produced when certain fungi JO 1 A 4.; ,p 6 7110 W pill U6 a U 20 t Lv........... Yalntka. ...... .,Ar 7 00.L" to71.u J n .11'! '

earth roads, and how to keep earth grow on substances containing arsenic t t ,, .........i'.... M: ............ Ar..M Sal"' Moleu...........Lv TIr I' TotlUiI ', J '
wI1 road In good. condition" This the And It lit iiitereHtlug to note that one ...r 4n ygtiOG 1GS. l'I8U5, a bOb a Lv..........SpinMeeo.( ..........Ar _7511, -1'.7 W I 'nT .
4. 1 .. ............ Neuga. .............Lv 4 40 .. -...!'
Iowa state highway /coiniiinHlon hud species of fungus I III found to accomplish ............ lit .p a I-OP .... .... Lv. .. I i
........... 7 82 I.I I2 IU ............llInlloll........... 4 11'1 p..... I -
done and hero aro the Illustrations: this. font of chemical analysis .........,. 7 10 20 p.-. ...........Dupout............. ., .4 211 p ..,.. -
moro effectively when It U grown) In ............ 1121 "pl.11..1......... ." ........Ormoud. JlotuL.?.... ilK I -
p, Water la the foe to good! earth roads It 110 KI1"211II: p1113 ..........Ormond........-. .4 2" I I11tO -
., connection with yellow algal/ 'olhl-In ',I"p'84I'' 1011 p1120' a ............ .lIoyloll............ III I' n.
I other. words, when It form tim plant ...... .... It 117 p I' 113 tel., ...... .........I.or& Oran/lo......... .. .. ... : IJ.JlIOIa .
nHHoclutlon known nn. lichen. Thor .M : / 11.:101': 2.11" p tl 4l a Ar..S.y I'myr".I.v I.E p _3lii I u IN,
d 4 sfr 1021( malt. 4 41-p 4 .11 p, Ar......... l.oke lelen.........Ly .14 4P 1'1 45 I' --
Coni above method, of detecting/ nrsenlc 10 IIU a ala 811 a 455 I' .4 W I' .........OrmlguCity; ......... I 13 81 p12O: I'' ] \4U ,
Heems! Hpeclally applicable to cases of IS! ill 43 a II OIlI' 5 0U I' ..Orenge City Junl'lIon.. 8tJ..J' 12 10_I' a I l 7W,;(;!
where the substance Is mixed: 1..1110-a, U NU-p Tan p at a v.........Now. Smyrua......... .v 8 1i: I' 0(l p i iI '
t loldonlng : ............,,, \\I M I' 2 1:1: 1'1............ .. ?..........lIak Uill..J.v 2 H I' ......... ., '
with organic matter which would form Ili! s t0 1I11p_ 3 44 p l9 41 Ar............'rlhwvllle............ 7 011 I' !.2'1'! J ;

suitable medium for tho culture of U iio.-.1 U 110 ........ ...1.-... A r....."......8nn( lur. .............. v Il :31i. 1120 a -
bo fungus =...,., 'Il' 2U_.11_:20_ ::== Ly............_ -"nrurll..Ar ::::;"=: ='- 9"12J .-
---- alU-1111 I'I\ 41t P 1141.p Lv...".......TIUIxvllla..At: 2 08 J'I\ rlI l'' , fi"
Each Week ............ 117\ p 321 I' ........... ............. (;oeo... ........."...L. 1117 p...,.. ;
i To Cure Cold In One Day . Four Sailings . .,....... .. II 2J ,I' N 211 P ......... ...........Rol'klecllf........... 1111 n......... ,>j.-.
I t. 'Fake J.AXATIVK JillOMO QulNINK Tab- ..... ......'............ 111111 P.121 P o ....Hocklellge 1101"1..... ."., 1 21 P 216 P '-
ti .......... 1..1 110 nl 4 11 p.... ...........Jo"n 1.1..111........ .. 124 t I' ......... -
KINO ROAD DRAG, 1'IANK. leis. l druggists roliiDd I the ,iiuiney (fit BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .,.... .....IJ1J a. 421 I' ... ...........1I1..looufDe.......... 1282 p....... .. -
Rtructlon and iimlntcimncn t lit, to get fulls lo cure. K.V.' DrDvij'H. signature ...... ... 121.1'' 459 p........... ." ..........I''I.I..tlon .."....... 1150 .... ; -
.r In each box 2.1o. Ked Cross. Pli .......... 1is "I a., II 41 ... ...........In. Luole........... 11 ot a........... I, -
1M't ; rid of the water und, Its bud effects rraaoy. Calling at Charleston S. C. both ways) 4. 2U s :2 I 0) a'' 6 1M 3 116 P .II ......... Fort Fierce ........ ID M 1:1: Up : t 2'-
Three of dralnnKo, are 1H" "'<1 : ......... :IJ.'I: .I; IIlU: ......... ........... TibbaUs ..........M.. 10:12: ........... I''
a systems VALUE OF COTTON SEED. ............: :2 'I, &: II 21 ........... ....... Eden ._ .......... 1018 .,........... -
t Klrst tlio or siiliclrnlimse.. ; Whcr- The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe ..... .... :I 0 It 821) I i........... ..........?..Jensen ........... 1013 a..I "J I .-
t'' ever the Hull IH ,imttinilly wet from ......... '' :21o' It II lit< ii........... . ....... Stuart ......... ". 1003 a ...?..... .1 -
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lr.f..*"or IJotlnon of l.oitlaluntt Would ...... .... II II a 7 (14 .._......". "......... Hobe Sound ....- 0 81t .1........... ], -
ground wnter u line of four Inch tile I Sell Sveil ....1 Buy IJenl. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ...._... .1' a"I: a 7:11: 'I' ........ .... .We.t JnpUer....._. 9 2t '.......... I -
1 should )he laid 1 to u regular grnilo longitudinally Direct Service Between II 07 410 a 760 I' 1111pAr.......W'e-tFelmlleaclt M... 8GU tiIURA ;'1\00\
I have a good many letter regarding II 17 .1 150< -I" 21 I' 5 BO P Lv......... I'sim 1I0..oh .........Lv 840 .10211 : ION
Ions the uphill gldo of the II Un" a St II 40( V .... Weft alm J1eucl1..Ar IIl .1000 7 I 101R
rood under the side! ditch ut u depth ot I this !snbjeeJ< nnd, I always advise Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. ..o..27........ :28 al, 8 II" I I'" .... ............JJoyn Iou ...........LV 7 411 a...........1
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that tho planter sell time need nnd pur- ............ II 1111 .Iuliit ." .............Delrny......._.. 7 BII a ..."...,.
Y three or four feet. (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ......... .. A iI.1 a II) Oil .. .. ...J-ort, J.auderd..lo.. ?.. 6 .1) ........... -
Second tililu< dltchex. A goad, big/ chaNo cottonseed meal provided the SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS ............ 1142 a10011 I< .............. IJanl.. .........._ 644 a............ I -
elde ditch built to u coutlnuoiH\ grade inIIIn will give him a fair price' for his Boutlilinunil....................... .. ,.. .... . ....... ... .....I..... .from Lewis Wharf Biwton ............ 66.1021) p.-. ..........Ilsllandsle..._ '" 8 8U .... I IX pi l -
seed. and sell him meal ut u corre- Northbound .. .. .......... ........ .. ....... from foot of Catherine. Street, JScksonvilleClyde' N.......... 7 211 a II! 411 ." ......... Lemon City ..._ II Olt ............ ', ,r'-'I
as dctonnlni'il by u road, level HO that _. 180 a T80 1055 p.. ............ 1111 a m ......._..LT 6 00 a.. 115 a ; IC'' ;'ArBo(1
HpondltiKly fair price. When mill men -- ........... a,,.......... Lvt ...M..1I11..mt.. ....... tAr _m ..m..... 3 Je.' pi
the water will not stand In It ut nay for .............10Ik) a''.......... Arf .......Itomeatead ...... Lv _........ .............1t' '11 ,.' ..:
want to $8 to $1)\ a ton first
point should, be provided' on each side pay St. Johns River Line. -
of the rond. The road level should bused class Heed nnd Hell IIIl'ulIt $23: to $21 .."....J aunt Dally! Parlor except" 9r sundry on trains 23. 20. 78. U. Buffet Sleeping Cars on traJo.B5, 09. s. 111. :..

to make nun that tbo ditch I IsI a ton us IIIM frequently been the casein BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

I built to a crude which will not leave HONK' part of I.oiilxliiim and I am Stopping.: Palatka, Altar 8t. PranoU, KareHfurd (DoLanil), and interineillata landIn CDNDENCEI.: _' ) NC11EIULE" IIJoTWKICN: .'ACKIIOoVILLFJ ANn liT. AI'tit'i71N_ :

ponds of water In the ditches iifternlun. told alMi. lu Texas' there Hliould be no A on the 9t Johns River coiuuienolujg Weilneailay November 16,10011. No. 23' No. 27t No. 29t No. 43. N ..31sNa..3t"NO.35'No.' ; 99tNo: 93tNaa'SUUTIIllOUND '

fI' All surface toads should bdrained hesitancy on this part of the farmer to STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONVILLE" maul "PJtl f.JC DellAKY" Dally Daily Dally Daily b. M nIE.. M n Dally Dally Dailackaonvflle y 101 '

J Instead of trying to luulntulialia refuse to Hell hilt sued whether lie considers are apiwlntoil to mill ta folluwsi Leave Jauluonrlllo l.illy except, Saturday, at 3.3U p. m.l J Returning Lv 800 a n 00 0211 110 P 250 p I B W P 420 P 89 O ," 1 P' I aAr a ;;
p' How einhanknientx subject to the It from the standpoint of fertilizer leave Sanford dally.. exoept HuniUiy... at I'.30 a. in. SLAUgt1! xllnn.__000 IOW .10811( a 2 JO P 8110 I' .00 J' 11110 I> II 20 I 1.1 ,( I 1'1000-

capillary: action of water und, (to destruction or rl''*'I. If the mill. will pity l'I.mtIJ-J1onll.l' SCHEDULE' NorthHoundIl I No 30t No. 7Jt: Ne.44. .-NO- .8.NO.. 28tNo.;' S8tNo.. 92tNallNORTUDUUND -1
l by water and by IlIu>llu'lIls. $1:> a ton for m>1.,111111 will sell meal e au down .. ''t..1. III' : 2.IN I Oany pr
ly Dallv Dallv Dally Dally Dally
: Third Hurface drainage.I for $'SI: n ton and a man doc not have 3 3<11" m. ... ... ...... . ...J..ck.ollvlll... . ... . ....... ..... . _GTiV.-rOlT a. Hi.Leave 7".1"0' I b. Sun E. Sun I Et_
,, 1'ropernnrfuce R.45 p. at. .... .....,. ......... ... ..l.olalka.. ....... ......... ........ leave 8eU p. mrnt.eave 'P fi"2 "'j'i2' "'"j; ;
dralnatfe, to shod tho water to haul the xce.il and. meal too fur I 3'HI..0I. ..... ..... .... . ... Astor .... . ...... .. ...... .... Le.ve 'III!' I'. m. L. St. AUIu811ne. 10 PII 10 all 40 t II 80 7 408 4 I .,
( ; promptly Ilito tho Hide.] ditches should would Hiiy sell the need und buy meal. 1Mev.. 4 3U.. III. .....,..... ......... ......St. Francl. . ....,...... .... ....... IMavO 2 00 p. m ArJa..hntlvlll... 74U P ,0 1' 780 1' 110 J.1210: 1,1240 P 740 a840 021 .IM,,
Leave . ....... ...., ...er".lor'l (De Land.) .. ... . ...... .....Leave. lOOp. m. Trains rninponed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Can and ex Ira goat fare. will beihiipi
bo provided by properly (crowning the Fontrrliitc an Industry. Arrive 8 30 a. m. Sanford. .... .I...Leave 0 80 u. m. t Day conches operated on tliera trains on which no extra or oat fare is charged.
road and by then keeping It bard and If farmers would take proper precautions Arrive 10:.oil a. u m . ...... .... ..... ...... .Entery'rlse: | ...,. Leave. 1000a.m. .

I smooth with u King road drag they could supply a better Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, I 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. No. 93INo.. 111 No. 10 NDan.l17; ; Jlrll.h, N o. tR No.10,, 20. ::010. ,ul11l1n.
' l io Earth roads will not luulntaln themselves quality of seed, and the mill men would 101m. Dally 1-:x. 1I1..port Daily Only" Dnllyl I
11'. M.' moVNfOVCJBR.:- : JR., A.. O..n. P...... .lire. 122: Went Bar St..Jackonvllle Fla. _Only Only H..n. -I
In good condition oven if properly run less risk of variations, make n (,. Jacksonville.Koot .lI 8l a .. ....Jarkeunvllle .... .. f NU -all -_
W. (} COOFKrt Jr., Local frt.AKt.! Jiu-kannvllle. P L.OVELL, Superintendent J () 1"1010 W P v. ? ? .Ar 12 BO P 6 p
built but reiiilr| frequent attention better quality of oil anti give more per Hofan St., Jacksonville Fla.A. :2 z 40 V ,lU94a 6U 840 P 8 M Ar.......... ..!>lo Beach.. ....... 6 roo aI1l] 60 .4 fie P 1 _
Without such attention/ tho tor' O. AOKHTV.( : O.m'l Eaat'n I....,.. AKt. New YorK 'LYJIC M11.IC, 0"... Frt. Acrt., New York p,1g55 8" P 860 s ...,.\l1anllo Dcach._. 6" .111 411 445 P?_
water ton the need. Moro than that it TIIKfl. O. KOKK Oeneral. MaiaK. ..r. WM. P OLVDK CU.: Oeneral. Aenta.Uliesebrotiita 8 W'P Il JO a 7 00 I' 9 U ............ Mayport............Lv 8 BO a 80 a 480 pl_.._
does not shed Into aide (litChen would pay the farmers to make an exchange Building ID State St.. Opposite Battery Park, New York.

They thus become InipaHHUhlu after with the mill men If they only C. WALTON". Agent Tltinvllle.! Fla. l' INSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT NIL
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ilca\y storms and when the front ROOM got 111 the meal and hulls tin feeding - ._ ___ .___ _u _ "_ __ ._ __
Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. k o. S. S. Compl01 II
.out and are very rough for u long und fertilizing value of the need. By

.NVhllo after mick bad perlodi., The supplying the Heed to the mlllM. they Havana Key West and Nassau.
work of maintenance should be directed ,
; router an hulimtry that helps them Atlantic Coast Line R'y.
toward keeping tho road smooth Indirectly and helps the community in Three Sailings Each Week.

null hard. and maintaining or lucreusIng Bringing the greater portion of tho val Trains discharge passengers at 5hlp' aide. No traaafeu

the crown. ue of the oil into that community Thi>8"Time Tables show the tlraoa at which tralnn may be expected to arrive sill dll"
Tile best us well OK the cheapest In- whereas! it would be lost largely If THROUQU SCHEDULE from the several elation but their arrival or departure at the times stated le not guamr
have found for thin nor U this Company to be hold responsible for any delay*or any ooaaoquonoea arising tlmn n|
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purpose Ted and wholly if used as fertilizer.

la tho Icing rond drag Thais of Ui other words be is contributing to Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

this simple and Inexpensive device aregiven the maintenance of in his "
an Industry "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
In accompanying cuta. North Carolina and South Carolina
midst that gives employment to a goodmany
J. D. RAHNER Asst. Oen'I Pass. Agt. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
After each\ rain drive up one aide! of men who help to make a market ,

time wheel track! and back on the other for other farm products and convert The Great Highway/ of Travel Between ---- -- .-- - --

aide at least once with the drng In po-
useless material into
practically Florida the East West North and South.
n valuable commercial product.-IroieHHoi Southern Railway

S- r. DodMon of Louisiana in Farm .'

and Hunch.

CONVENIENT SKKVICE, ELEGANT PULLMAN EQUII'.MB.VT' MAGNIFICENT KKFKC1IVK: J\fi. 10. 1003.

) DINING CAIIS. liaise VestlbnleTralneEast\o32I: | No. 841| No. 3D NORTH ANIJ .WEST. -I Ni>..Ui' -Lli|:>-|

I .'Jri (NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL. Lv Jiivksunvllle. ... .So Ry: H 2"II' Of a J lift Lv jKckxuntillo Ha ho Ry 7 "'II' "Ii '
lm 1.r. SEEDTIME JoJ FLYER." L.V Jnaiip... . .. .. " V Mip< 11\ gala. 111 4i.|. Lv Jean p. (1,4. <. )ll Hot' ) II 'r"I
TI1R "DI XI /
ROUTE OF ..
e.ts I Lv Savannah.. .. . 4 lIp 1 2"p, U IflAr Macon.CU: " :1 Bill Xli+-\
.J 1o'J.IHIILANn- WF.ST INDIAN T.u'T'nTRAIN' -._ Ar ("f nnilila . ,... " U ::11I1' II NIp 6 "'11&I r At ants lIa .., " II :lo.a 5$>' ,
; hettlFbf! & *. i MONTGOMERY: L. A N.: Ar Charlotte .... .. " :i 15.m III IAp/ 9 Sta Honie.lla.( .. .. ., 7allll 'I IepPAr ]
CELEBRATED: : : .. .. .
& FLORIDA Oreenhiiro.. ... 2 32JI II: ftoa 12 Alp Ar Dnlton (>a. ... .. '" 8 2tll' S"' ],,'
dr KINO ltO4 DRAG LOG. LCIlICAUO MMIT.ED Ar IMnvllle ... ...... .. 8 .'IaI\ 011. JJJIip: Ar Chattanooga. Tenn " II1... l'' ,
AI'' ILlchinnnV-:::-ro. -e-/IIIa/ 1i4:11): Ar Lexington: Ky Q &: C ::1111' 4.U
Ulan to throw the earth to the center 4"'
CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING -- ArCliuilnnatl.o 766p_ p _
ArLynilibtug.; .. .. " ,0 344 TIi, 42op: '
tIde on the drag. Haul I at nu angle of ATLANTIC COAST LINK 1OO) mile tickets good over 13M)0( ( miles of railroad embracing Ar'harhtte8vlli( .. " 7 l lea 81'la: B lOp L- 'Cliicluiiutl., .. n n ia: V i1 8 4t. r|. :NeAr '
.. " 10) lea 0 4flali n I'J'o" 1II'tlCJouur 7 ors :41'Arhaitlmure. _
forty-five ilogreou. Gradually widen tho all portions of the South, on 8:lie at nil principal agencies, at rate of $25: Washington.. .. ... 1'RR \Ilna: \ :311. II ) f.vClnuhutatl.U.PMLlues"9a5p! ''lotAr
trip dragged ai the rood improves.To die experienced farmer each. Limited to one year from date of purchase. For full, complete and reliable Went Philadelphia .. I 4\p 1 45p :llll'a Ar "hlt'.IlO.11l i .. .. 7 lau) ,311 _

round up tho road better plow n has learned that some Information regarding rate, schedules Pullman service etc., call on Agent/ or address Ar New York -" -... lap 4_!Up! -II 31 a Lv rini-liinatl.' 0 ,0"I D: -811' $ J.

shallow furrow occasionally on each grains require far differ- : No. 84-"New york and Florida Express, Ar-1"1""alCo.lli ..Manon -I2a: AS_ 'p,

side of the drugged strip and work the ent soil than others ; FRANK C. BOYLSTOK, DUt. 1'A, (?t. W. D. STARK, Tray. Pass Agt. Dally l'ulhuan.fr"wlull KcM>m HlHeplrn' Car; Tort I.v Ar Toleilo Cincinnati', o I...O. C.l''I&.P! S 0 liii 41p 90 W

'1 loose dirt to the center. some need differ- 1.-18: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Tampa, and, Jacksonville to New York. Ar lMtnnt.Mlcb. . n F T 2.'Ia 41"p''
crops
Any farmer can make a rond drag II. :M. EMERSON: Gen. Trnlllo Manager.: \V. J. CRAIG Oen'I. Pass. Agent. No.: .It- ."Washington and Florida. Limited." f.v Cincinnati, n:8Iii'ollrP3"1' :wA
cnthandling than others. WILMINGTON Dally Pullman I>ra.lnic nrnnn, Rioting Car '
N. c. ArCldvelunil.' 0 .. na ""I"1
for liluiRolf! at an outlay of only $1.Wto J.ckonvdleto\ewYork. UinfiiKcar.
He knows that a great inn: 'IM
k Lv Lex Ky So Ry -1I-3f11'
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$3. per of deal right No.32\ -"flonthnrn! Palm' Mmltctl." Vestibule Ar l..iuiivllla, Ky. .. " R 1\11'\
road treated with the King road drat;, depends upon trnln Pullman Drawing Kouiu Compartment Ar St. Louu, Mo..7 Kfcl'I I* ,

where all the time has been paid for bytt.o. planting at the right E>> E.A._ <> :Ei.I> t'luh bntweon Composite.81.\ AuKitntlnu Olmervatlim, Jackhonvllla sail Ulnlnir anil Nest ears Ar *nnit.ton, A'll .. .*'. "'* IIIl'J'/ ..
1111
soil Ar Birmingham, Ala. U
., time and that the
hoar lius not been found to exceed York.
_____________ Ar len."h'M.enn..Frlal'o| 8 (I\I-
? $2.-iO. to $3. must be kept enriched.No .AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Ar lauaalll'lty. Mo.. " 9 41)o
-- ----- Through "TilE LAND OF THE SKY" | No. 30 --
I use of complainingin ;Memphis, Tenn.. .. .. .. 8 3"|,
Hot., Birlnf| | Ark .. .. .. .. 9 r"Sfo. '
Sprlnir I.nuibw. summer about a mis- Lv Juck.o' ville. "a..8". Hy 7 561! -
Tho south IK. overlooking the early t.... Savannah Oa.......,.......... " 1.1: fin > .13: -"The Florida Llmlteil I Iall.' t
take made in the spring. ArColiinl'a,8Ci..n; ... ........... " H nna vestlhxletram.throu .' .d.." I'OI..' .C."rn.u i: ]
pi-Inn/ lamb In her efforts to grow Decide before the seedis SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, Ar A.h..vllleA.C> ............ . -. 1/101)/ m..n81..plngl".r.. ., .'''''.k.'nvlllu' (
spring Irish potatoes and similar Ar Hot Springs| | N. O.... .... . ... :2 37p HlrmlnKliani, Memphis and KaiimInir "I'(
crops planted. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK Ar Knnxvllle, Tenn .. . . . ........ e ui'\ car. .
Tlie spring lamb U a safer proposition ArLoul8vllle. .. .............. .... 8 flna S>. n-.Chll'.1 Florida ""....I.I'
for un. Till market will never lie over Zee best time to reme- Ar St. Louis... ........ ... .... .... M 0 I''pM vutlbllletr.hl.l'nll1..n Pruwinu lhr'I r
stocked conditions in ArCln..lllnatl.O.... ...... . ... ... Q.&C 1.1.4 tw.enolt Aup'imtlne. .lackaonvllli >nvClilcnico ,, ,]"
against us. Now that wo are dy wasting . Two Elegant Trains Dally . Cleveland, Detroit and !W '" ],,
dereloplajr tho art of diversification the human body is before :, No. 8Ii-Dally Pullman Drawing; Room and tmlt sleeper w \11 operate north C I fat

"IIJ' not take nn Intelligent! step and the evil is too deep Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Cincinnati.Kxrrllent Wnffet Sleeping' Car between Jacksonville and Tnpmluy Mnniiuv! Weilnrsrlay TlinraiUv and and Frliluv Suturilu)la C"III'' I

grow! spring mutton lambs rooted. At the first evidence --___ Route Diiilnn. car. .

Like tho full barrel of apples. Into of loss of flesh .: liming Car Serviceon No. IT-Konin'TIM Sleeping Atlanta: C RpvclnDrawlnn .r... 'K"r'., ,.

wlilcli a bushel of sugar was pouredwithout MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. a all through tratna. Atlanta and ( hntlnnmiRn.. . l'"ser '".
running It over so twenty to Scott's Emulsionshould mala In sleeper lu Atlanta nntll a

fifty head of sheep may be kept on ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans AimivALS AT JACKSONVILLE:.

f the average farm of this section nnd be taken immediately From New York Washington ..* -Vo. SO), MVii, ..hlii7tnn Sal Florida I.lmlteil "

Just 1111 lit between the cracks left by There is noth- For Information and sleeper reservations! call on any Agent From Front New New York York. wa.hlugtun. eto-oIo 81. "S.mthern Polio Limited"X. 5'o,,I
Washington etu-Xo.Sj:; "Wanlimutrn and l bruit Expreiw1
our larger'' live stock mid crop Interest ing that will repair Seaboard, or write From I"lnchlu".! ".lltoeto-So 20. vrashmirton and Florida. i.i mnJi l" inw sail
*. wasted tissue From rhlcairit, ( IlIclnn,,", A Atlanta eM._No. 14, "Florida Limited" .. .
The small flock la the most profitable.Sheep more .. i. o. MACDONELL, As t. oeu. Pass. ABU S. c. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt. From r:ilcairo.. Cincinnati (Chattannona. Atlanta etc-No e, -Chlcago-Fla Seer
FroiiiCliatunooga Atlanta
quickly or replace lost No. in, "Atlanta Hpeclal .. .
4 e Increase In numbers wonderful43 .
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flesh abundantlythan JACKSONVILLE. F'I.ORJD.FOLEY'S .\, -- -
ly fast Wool is nt n good price. AVhlle Scott's more Emulsion.It J. o. :J.USI3: ::.. DICIt. Pack Agt.,

trying to lire nt homo by rnlalu bacon -- - 108 Went Ray St.: Jacksonville vlA
+'' poultry and vegetables use some nourishes and buildsup t !60 YEARS'
-I B.IT.IIARDWICKP.T.M.tVaehingtonD.C. \T. II.T.\YLOF. O. P. A, VT
frosh mutton Instead of bacon. The the body when ordinary EXPERIENCE BROOKS .MuRGAN. A. a. P. A, Atl..nta. oj,,.

wall nho does will not bo IIorl'1.-1'e't.' foods absolutelyfail.

as Farm nnd Ranch. I
1 roiusn i lUI7 R fGnii IDDHEr

Vl.Uile Supiilr I W loin njyoa stmfli frt*.
C'oltan. A'pIl'
far vtittdnni fafo man Jt. and Clad. :'
opiate
Makes
Tbo worlLl'if"Islhl.., supply of cottonon HONEY ANDY AR Kidnoya
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Oct. 0, n* reported by tho New n. ...t. that thinpiutitro ? rj .
In the formof + TRADE MARKS
TbrU; Commercial und Financial Chronicle label I I.* un the Prevents Serious Results ;r CESIGNSCJPYRIGHTS Always Remember She Fall i 1'l
*, was 'B.OSS.KU bales as compared, -- wripper of .very Ac.

rwltu 2.103,41 bales ut the correspond-\ you buy. Emulsion From a Cold. gnMav,Anvnne.er. ; .i.'..ri dlnff i .u our a.krlrh op.ntnn|| :and free flpflrrtpflnn w .ether nmy luil
lag date lust ;year. Of this the total .n 1'1 HP'' hnb'r' paif>*it,blt' >. ri'iniiiunlri' ''
SCOTT Remember the : II, !">.If'ot'V"' 'I..midi. HANDBOOK un I P..t..nt..ent f axatiye B loo
American cot'in: 2.nTiO-I c nameFoly's QuiniJ1
nsnotint of war : trv- t.i' "+10" -MII-V f r+m "tirulir pitttflllM.'
PiMir.,, liikt"i Hi' .,i"t H .Munu *. Co:
CC4; bales. n. against 1.no..tt\U\ ) bale ntt&e BOWNECHEMISTS Honay and Tar. Insist .,...,.01.. It, .. w -ii.it chKTia in. tb. rwalT ri"r* *iir'

,. "ftTI other corresponding kinds. Including date in East llxvi\ 1 Indian and of 409 Pearl Street upon having the genuine. Scientific I I Jltn ricane Cures Cold in One in ?WC

Thr. 5105! ISO BOO I.OO a Day Grip
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''Egyptian Brazilian etc., 738,000Ccalnst NEW YORK /I h."I ninntrnf w n>klr.( T sweat rira ,
Prepared dilution' of nnv .oi ntidi Umrnal. Term. 3a
z ( 013,000 at the name tiro* last soe. and tn only by renrr f our month*:fL. 5OIdbyall n.w.detisn.l .

w season .11 druiglata Foley Company. Chicago MUNN & Co.3l"B"-h' New Cork

k t Lied Cross Pharmacy ar....ili unit., ttii: r \Vubltwiun.,b. t.:. lrJ.irQVL on Box. 2' C.


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C I(/I4UN!' V1 LI.J OltMONO 1ICAC1I. TITt'SVl..I,

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riNDSOU HOTEL . fJAeKl"O Bretton Inn AT OBMOND I1RACH FLA. Breitwisch Villa TITUSVILLK, FLOUIDA. ,

VJI.1.E'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S -NOW OPEtf- ,
L4KOKSIAND UEsr YEAK-UOUND HOTEL. (Late Sembler Cottage) Good Hoard and! Attention.

Situated directly on the famous Ormond Automobile race course Good I REASONAULK RATES::;

.,,,. ..... ..-:. .... .. garage accommodations. Swam hens In rooms. Transient rate *.l,00) and: Two doom from F. K. C. Railway Station, Tlluitvllle. .
.. fl.r: ) per day. Weekly rate, |13: to $21. Flotilla Kant Count Hallway; MX
MRS.: J. UKEITWLSCir
: .. '.' miles south of Jacksonville. Proprietress.
ANDERSON: A PRICE HOTEL COMPANY.WM. .
,I. ::'1.1 KKNN E\, Manager.' l'rDpI'letor. PEACOCK HOUSE TITUtWILLK, FLA.
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1> VVTON'AHotel
: oonii cilun. MRS. M. I I.. PK.YCOCK; Prop.
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Atlantic FLORIDA. --- -- - ----


New Rockledge Hotel '

The Moot Beautifully located Hotel In this Rosoit-dliectly on the

Halifax River. Only hotel with largo lawns 2,000: so,, ft. verandas. .L..ilcl:
Spacious: office, bun: Parlor, Ullli.ud 1 and Smoking Rooms. Four Piece .
Oichestra. All modem conveniences.. Room, single or(-n suite with) bath

Hates : $2 GO pet day and up; td2..r and $1\.1111: ( ) per week and upward. Hotel Plaza, .. .


Ownership's manngoment. J. II. JOHNSON A SONS.::
:rt.oo J.1odgo" r'loriclttieRoth

,DOE & -CULI/ENS., __-=__ OWNERS AND .PROPRIETORS..-----. of there modem hotels, ate situated In the midst of bearing orange
groves, overlooking the buuutlfiil Indian" River; complete In every detail, In ,
iSTMORELAND HOTEL (Vest Bay and Cedar! Sfreots.I The Cleveland DAYTONA, )FLORIDA. eluding rooms cusultu with private batb. Sluam, heat The vuiy best Hulling

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and hunting Daily excursions by launch to points of Interest. Bowling

Alleys Casino containing hllliaids, pool and other giiiuo!; Two concert
American plan Centrally located Just built and opened daily by an orehestin! composed, of "..loIMI". Rates $::1 I per day and upward.

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water 81- S. ]J. GREEN, Proprietor.IVY Special weekly. Yew Kockledgo'' llotul cud Hotel l'lii/v now open.: Personal

Rnths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. Alls. manHgemeiitof
11, R and 1'. SHARKS.:: ,t
.eet earn pass the door. [Kates, ,#:J.v! to f2.l>O per day. _.
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& A. .1. WALKER INN DAYTONAFLORIDA..
.rs. Proprietor.e
Hotel Indian River ROCKLKDOtt, t
"
e New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FIA. Will satisfy those who denlie elegance will. all comforts and 1 conveniences.. KM)KM)A.. '


-On the American and European Plan- !MRS FOLTX, Pioprletor. KNT1BFT.Y RKVOVATFD! and MOiIr.1tY'I'llito11Oilolr-r.:
Under new ma..a em..nt. Newt tnrnNlieri end. renovated. A pleasant T- "
home. Ra'es American Plan *J ( and $J 60 SOcts/
: : European,
family HJ! ;
It..U situated In an Ot'IIIIMe drove, and\ In the heart of the "''II and up. All cats form Union Station stop at I the dooi. The Cedars DAYTOXA FLORIDA..
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. A nub-tropical teglon on the bank of the famous Indian River. .

|io beautifully located Riverside Hotel at peen Cole bpilngs. Is under the NEW )HOUSK.( IIOMi COMFORTS.DAY ;;
same management.
HOARD. NKAR: HALIFAX RIVER. CUISINK: SAME! AS: AT KI.IIKRON: MOTEL, KLIIKRO.V: : N. J. .; ."

MAGNOLIA S1MCINUS. 18-12 MRS:: WM. JACKSON, PIJOPR. +It)'. .

.. h.. ._ .___ __ __ _. Iloatlug, Hunting, Fishing Orchestra! Klo.: J
Rooms with or nlthlng lint ha. Rales' : f.l.Od: ) to $3.00.A1an4hamagerer,5t.11ERONnOrEt.( ,
IAYTONA BEACIL : : I
Hotel ._ .. ,
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Magnolia Springs ,: : .. a
J. V. JORDAN
Mgr Klbeion, New York: ;

(St. Johns Miler ) MAUNOLI: SPRINUs( KhA. The Seaside Inn DAYTONA HEACII, FLA.Is -. .--' 'r'

'* miles south of Jncki-onvllle bv Atlnnilo' t'oiot Line H')', and river steamers.fipin JUKIMttTT. \ 'J .
liip|>l"c.*n In all i<...m... :Seam ht>'1'. Kleva'or:I Kleclilc I Lluhts.! Pure --.--- - --- - - t r \
J pilnifaiei.'. Day Climate. N.. M squiioeM. Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis, now open for the winter reason, under the niannuement of the owner. S
Fishing, Shooting. Tan", swimming I ixiolx and baths *4 per day; special HORACK F. (STKW AI'l'. Ilindnonie, and new, situated on Dayt"na RIVER VIEW HOTEL WEUHirr ISLAND:: ( FLA. '" "
i\eeklv. rates. O. D f MCAVEY, Owner and Manager Beach, the hotel Is modern in all its appointments, with large/ ally, l pleas, On I the batiks of the Indian River. ; 'I
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The Mailo Amusement Co.'s' Opposite RockIcdKO( and Cocoa stutIons.' Kino Routing, Hunting unit, Fish !
., !
Casino and Pier. Terms modotale
ST. AUGUSTINi ing. Rates per' day' f:J.fO: and tI.OH:I ( ; per wvek, 1t1l.INI( ) and upward' t .
HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager.
Write for booklet W. (J. LORE, Prop r ,I,
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: ;1lI 1':1.: no IT UN I':. ,

i iIX The Pinehurst DAYTONA REACH; FLORIDA. ;
: .B N-I ;' :; I <.

2D4 DAYTON: C. HELKNAP: Prop Highest nod healthiest Point( on the. INDIAN RIVER.: Hotel It
with wldo vurnndiiM. .Himlinrv plumbing, gas.light, bath rooms on 1 i\\( '
every (loor.nnd pilvatehatliH, fiiinaco: pent and good thinking wliter
Two blorks icon, Kullumd, siatlon, and near I'rane Creek launch
&mi& SSBSSCjPiW ay LtaiiTgg&g harbor Excellent KUliing.. and Hunting. Katesj.JO( per day ,. ,
White HOUSe A I> DAYTONA: BEACH, 1o'LOIUJlA.ASNF.X .1. M. PERU UHON.: I'
AmaSf SMS Sf SROUT. . .
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On tieabrcc/o avenue, near Ocean nnd Automobile Race Couiso. Hotel Bellevue, ilELlJOURNK:, FLORIDA. ', 4t.

House Renovated Good! Northern Cooking. Terms moderale.K. A healthy winter resoiton high ,plnu land, over-looking Indian River. I )

Rates, : f:2 and upward: per day. (Special rates per week or sonson. I
K. L. HOWARD, Owner anti Manager. -Write for lales to- I t..

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M AI AM K. M. CAM I'll KM,, R. W. CAMPBELL, It., .
MI Allltl' I ZI I ')1"
tot Ponoo nolaoon, Munager. 1'roprlotor, .
- .-
MURRAY Manager til
1'\I.1U IJJ-AUII.: !

Hotel Colonnades SEAIJREEXE:, FLORIDA.Now r' (

::Eoach OL"vo.lo Cafe; ';,

OTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUOUS USE.
open for season l10! ..IJ. (Incorporated) ,RI J

OPEN: JANUARY l.VTir. /1
;- NEW OW ER'HfJP. NEW MANAGEMENT.Cuisine : .
Adjoining ground of Hotel Royal Polnolana, Palm leach, on the north.
) Unexcelled. All Northern Help.

Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. '
Rnlcs on Application. Booklets. ,rl;
4, Now Open I ,
18-12 OEO.: II. BENNETT, Manager. First-etas Chef, Cuisine coil, Service PI ,

-Ox>on.to: JVflCoaaoL'toojrs: : : Only :C t

Order. received for Dinner Parties of any number at all lioura.1IOYNTOV. I t

HKABREEXE-DAYTO.VA, -- ,
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. The Clarendon .
FLORIDA. _____ ii


-Now Open Boynton Hotel, ItOVNTON, I-'LORIDA. 1- I o oAt

foot of Lake Worth 11 mile south of Palm Doach, on Ocean Ridge. '

tel St. George ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Oooil Jtathlog, Fishing, Boating and Hunting. New Dining Room and ,i ,

E. L. POTTER, C. II. KNAPPE, Rotund. 150; feet from ocean beach, with :'lit feet elevation .'.

IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON. For information apply BOVN'ION HOTEL CO., t ''
ENLARGED AND
] Proprietor. Manager. 22.3 Boynton, Fin.,1Ii:1M1 .

Elevator.: gteam heat In every room. Private Baths. First-ctaea, up-to- -- I
-- ; l"v
t
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'l Cato hotel.)|I2 50 and up per day. Send for booklet. EXCELLENT TRAIN SERVICE.To ,For full Information "Consult thin I
Purple Folder"or sea any ticket agent
(1\ MONTGOMERY of Htiestls House saratoga, Owner and Proprietor the K..t smlrV... "I.l.. the AtlnntloCo. of tbe Atlantic Coast Llne.L The Gautier MIAMI, FLORIDA, '
I"'
lit Line. -- -- ----- Corner Avenue C, anI'lItb< Street t
New YORK AND KLOIIIUA SPECIAL- Cuisine and Service First-class. .' I p
Under New Management
1 of (
This train U compose exclusively
Pullman Finest Vestlbuled Drawing I NEWS AND NOTES I -NOW OPENMR9..f-

Hotel Granada ST.AUGUSFfoDA.: Room Sleeping Compartment Parlor, i" ,
ie e Dialog, Library and Observation cars, Fertilizer. to the value of |1S30,610:! N. FEASTER, Proprietress.JTKW b';
electric lighted and steam heated. were Imported Into the UulteJ States. t
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.Most Schedule-Lv St. Augustine daily, except during the first six mouths of the cal
the Ponce de Sunday, 11:40: am; Lv Jacksonville, YOItK. rHotellVlarlhorough
situated on the Alameda directly opposite endue year. __ _ __.__ .. t
beautifully products used li: :.V> pm; Ar Savannah 4.V: > pm; Ar ___ ._ - -
(teon and Alcazar hotels Tbe dairy, poultry and vegetable; Rates $2 /LO per day Richmond 0:10 am; Ar Washlngtoo 10:2."> Import; during UM nix month elided t
m the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm with without wlvaemd am; Ar lUltlmore 11:10 am; Ar Philadelphia June 30, 11X15) show an Item of.breadstuffs .
upwards. Rooms, Alcove, single or en suite, or : I:.... pm; Ar New York ,l::31) pm. valued at f3l :::..2UO.TbU ,,
baths. :Special' rate. per week and to P-'M- "tURA TII. CUICAOO AKI FLORIDA LIMITKII country Imported during thi .
de ,
FULLER
This train I Is composed ot same clans of
tint six: months of the calendar year
York aod Florida 30th and :37th Streets New York. .
equipment as New 4Z8I,14J/1! ) pound. of raw cotton, valuedat Broadway, ,. t
Special. Schedule i Lv St. Angastlae 10 06,378.. Completely Renovated and transformed IB every department Most centrally t I r
FLORIDA. Jscksonvllla 0IO-am! ArWarcross
.20smLv.
;
rida Honse ST. AUGUSTINE : ; ll:15am:ArTlfton 1:20 pm; In the month of August, 1005, SIHJ.Sll: located hotel on I1ro....*.'. ELECTRIC LIOIITH and TELEPIIONK y yto
Ar MSCOD1:11 pm; Ar Atfsnta Oil: pm; dozen eggs were exported. every room In the haute. f
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVOR!fE. Ar Chattanooga 10-*.1 pm; Ar Nashville I Of tbe American spinners' takings/ EUROPEAN PLAN. 100 Rooms. 200( bath rooms Rates: $l.SO and upward I
steam heat; more 3:13 am; Ar St. Ix>uls 2:10: pm; Ar during the season just closed 24X2,1 without bath. $J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $3 j
Most centrally located with all modern improvements, Chicago 6:10 pm. bales went to northern rail's' and 2.163 and I a
hotel in the city. 'rho shore trains. are to addition to the and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and batb $1 upward.
rooms with southern exposure than any other Florida sod West Indian Limited; New COS bale to southern mill, making a COMPANY !
> !SWKENKY-TIERNKY HOTEL ,
Accommodate. 230.; Rates *-> 50 to $:LOO per day.F. York and Florida Express, The Dixie total of 4,445.&'.0 bale .a azalnit: TIERNEY I
Manager. Flyer and other all year round trsJos. 3,1>>6.219 bale In 1003-O4.) E. 51. Manager I
C. HAYDEN,



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HAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE FLA" FEBRUARY, 23, 1908.

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:3: 1\/T\/ T0 I, S We have been dealers In ai9" *, On Friday evening-/ lust, the Opera Wm. Evans has, as his guest,, THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS, --

D 1 IA 111 IN IU : 0 house filled to Its utmost
lip V monde and other precious atones : capacity, Titusvillewas with a cultured and highly his nephew Mr. Sayler. MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHED

since the establishment of our pleased audience which witnessed a very -Mrs. Oeo. W. Hanford left here on
a ************ ************:*: creditable entertainment given for the
a Wednesday for Palm Beach, to spend a TJt'1.1s'V'l.1.1.o: '],
8 and direct for than 20 benefit of the Methodist church, under : ..
business In 18' more
} importers years. the sole direction of Mis. E. E. Kollins, few days with relatives.Mr. -- --- -- ---- -

- | =We save you the middleman's profit= i success.who worked like a Trojan to Insure Its A. A. Thompson, manager of SCIILOS3 BROS1 I

4I A farce In three acts. entitled, "The the turpentine farms at Cow Creek and Fine Ready-made Clothing

t p Ugliest of seven," was. the opening event, Maytown, of the Hodges. O'Hara, Russell -

n TCC/flcll tY a; cW O i In which Messrs. Bert lees, I.oulll! Alexander Co., was, in Titusvllle on Tuesday, $10 to $18.
WIUTK rOle ouitCA.TAl.nGVK. I'bilip Wright and Master Julian
and this olllco a pleasant call. -
I Norrls. and !Misses Burt, Bal flen. Jones /gave k.I KNOX STETSON and 11.VKSHats \ -
'
yJ : JKWKLKItH & IMI'OllTKltS, ::
and Hunter took ,
prominent assisted
parts, -If you have any houses or rooms to
:Z Fla. :: by the Misses' Lena Henderson as '
41 Weit Hay: St. Jacksonville rent, send us your ad. at once, asjwo are .I ?
r Hone; Daisy Brady as Gabrielle ; Mabel p'
/ ******iH******************* *************************** Merge, as. Amelia; Nora Joyner, as Dora; getting a number of letters from North. : ,1 1 ., 1 F.isr $3. to $5.CLOTHING .

Kate Stewart, as Adelaide; Rattle Hen- ern people asking for particulars of
-- Hereon. as Elise.. and the East. Coast.
houses
:R. L. :lWC: >TLC>V"V'.. VETERAN BANKING MAN. It would be rather difficult for us to rooms along SCUWAIJ Co.

.. / discriminate between the players as Messrs.: C.- 1'--. and- -U. -I1-. sneicon-- or I rsr.

I'' "..... U. Mll.Min
i After Continuous Service Minna. 1803, manyof Jamaica and other In the West '
III I those present, and those In the play. places $1.50t0 $10 All Sizes.
tDnZt Mr. W. D. Mussenden, of Bath, Me., were loudly applauded ; Bill), we cannot Indies are now enj vying: the hospitality
IYLtU . was n pleasant caller at this olllce on but that Miss !Mamie "the
: ::. say Burt as of, Hotel Ormond with which they are
lie l Is EDWIN CLAPP and
Monday. In Tltusvllle
visiting ugliest of seven much the CKo.iKTTShoes
pleased '
his nephew, and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. audience by the rendering the diflioult much pleased. ;:;r I'i le. .?ra'tJ; !

i ; OLD J OLD IIXE M. Kobblnn, and his IIIRlerlnla"Ira." part of Ernestine.." -The A. G. Allen United Minstrel > l Lri.
M. P. Robbins, and expects to remain on This wan followed by Mrs.
a song by :
RYE WHISKY the East Const for while. J. Lorillard, Jr., entitled, "The Sweetest Shows, gave a performance In Tltusvllle ', { $3 to $6.50.
The resignation of vvrn. D. Mussonden Story Ever Told" which was loudly en on Tuesday evening that was very much y\ ,

as treasurer of the Bath Trust Co., Bath. cored. She responded' by singing.a song appreciated by a crowded, house. This MANHATTAN and QUAKER: (
removes from active service In Maine 'Iry
entitled "Duskjola. show Is all It Is. claimed to be, and Is
i banking circles one of Its oldest and Miss hose Evans "The
a reading
gave ,
most prominent figures the Boston free from vulgarity. There was |not an Shirts
l tirrR says Old Family Servant, and so well was It >CHLOSS BROS.&CO.
w Globe. rendered that she had to respond.Mr. objectionable feature In the whole performance Fine Clothes( Makers
t Mr. Mussenden was the first cashier SOFT and STIFF KUOXTS
: Louis Alexander next gave. "Fri a.n.n .w. .,..)w*
the Fret National bank of Bath when It day afternoon ar. School." lie Is quitean $1.25 to $2.00.
wv was organized In 1HD.1.( : with tbe late adept at this business and was' -The Tampa Evening Herald has At all times a complete stock of everything -

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Oliver Moses as president.It I cheered to the echo.A been greatly Improved recently under that MEN AND BOTS WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY
q Ales Stout Etc.KTSend was the first national bank organized one-act farce
laughable
entitled All goods marked In plain figures-
the of Mr. Charles S. Emer-
east of Boston and was numbered "Sl management
orders! ter Masons followed and caused Shoes for Ladies
me your II.( Its charter number would haveb".n much muniment throughout. The following son, late of the. Fort Pierce News.TMr. Strictly One Price to All..
[ TITUSVILLE and CJCOA, FLORIDA much lower but tbe
notary public took part In It: Emerson Is a practical newspaper man Mall orders a specialty. $2.6O to $3.50.
forgot to attach his seal when he made
--- Worshipful Grand
Master Sister LIHIe
out the and and a hustler, and promises to make the -
papers they were sent back Jones; Senior Warden Mister I !
Bobbins & Graham Go from Washington to receive It, thus Brady; Junior Warden,, Sister Hattie Daisy Herald the leading newspaper, of Tampa. These brands are recognized leaders In style tit and finish. Sold only by f.Ad.

causing a delay which made Its number Henderson; Treasurer and {secretary -Manatee River Journal. WES1/ higher than It otherwise would have Sinter Kate Stewart Tyler Sister. MabelBerge
;
been. and Mrs. R. T. of ,
9 (Incorporated.) ; and Sisters Hal den. Joyner, Hen Judge Jones ------- ------ -- -

ii PAID UP CAPITAL *25,000.00Thlscompany Doing the only national bank east of derson Walker, Hunter and Burt Shell Bluff, Oa.; and Miss Lula Cox, of .
Boston it wax viewed. with fora :: Iardware: : Stoves.: Oil
suspicion Miss Jones, an the Worshipful GrandMaster the same place went to St. Augustine\ ., ;
owns while and started In with 11 stockholders
\ was all that could be desired,
Friday last after a pleasant of
a
31I&T: :: XD S and 5 depositors, but It was for' her per onatlon of that high and ftay PAINTS! mOCKERY, GLASSWARE ETC.
:
soon seen that the State banks must go mighty official completely captured the few weeks In Tltusvlle. The Judge

a the Indian River Country; On the St. and the business went to the First quite audience. All the others who participated came here quite 111, and was greatly:

rapidly. were also good; and, with the benefltted by the change of climate on
Lucie River; at New River and on Bay BaluK, a national depository for the little
dug Glenn and
; tbe "H')yal Butter' Indian Klver. He will remain the
sale on :
JBIsoayne. Prices to suit tho times. of government bonds, it built up a tout: which was brought on the stage
.5 big business, wed. later sold many bondsto by Miss Jo)nor, the feces of 'Sister Ma- Edit Coast with his family until about
/Send for Land Lint. banks which were organized and lr. i on." caused considerable merriment the middle of March.

Offices at Tltiisvllle and ll\Ilaml. Fla. Mnssenden says they often sold from among, the audience.
r $80,000 to $100,000worth In a single day The sisters, I looked lovely In their -Mr. and Mrs. J. Sondergaard, of

and<1 one day he sold bonds valued at a enutlfnl, aprons, and the Worshipful Perth Amboy, N. J., who, are visiting

East Coast Meat quarter of a million dollars. The !Marine Jrand Master kept them In good odor Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson of South '1'1-
Market
National, which was organized the with one sledgehammer blow of hernighty tusvllle
next year, bought 100,000/ when It started gavel. were pleasant callers at tbe

G. F. DUI EN. Agent. buslnuss.Mr The total receipts of the evening ADVOCATE office, Thursday afternoon
Mussonden remained with tbe mounted to $74 50 and were accompanied by Mr. Jas.
First National :'M years and then retiredat 'fit rte ,
Orowney, an architect of Pel.th.Amboy
the formation of the trust
company
eD
.;0;;" .O...,. to become its treasurer.Mr. RESOLUTIONS. N. J., who arrived In Tltusvllle Thurs

; .:....,;........", ." Q; TltiuvllU.A !MusHondou. Is now taking a rest In day, and Is also a guest at the hospitable t ts.

L "'. Whereas, It has pleased the great Nelson home.
Ruler of the Universe! to take from our w cc.

.po g. GRAND MILITARY BALL. midst Sovereign Jas. F. Prevail, be It -Mr. John R. Walker, superintended III

-- Itosrtlved by Camp No. 111, of W. O. of public Instruction of Brevard county, h.

W.. Tltusvlllo. Florida : expects to leave Sunday: for Jacksonville -
Prominent among the musical and social 1 That during; the time that Jas. F.,
where he will join the other .
eo elements of Eau Oallie during the I Prevatt was a member of our Camp he superintendents
-cI:: : .- present winter was the grand! balllthenby was ever loyal, and proved himself to be of public Instruction of the %; b

h a.I ti, the Kentucky Military Instltue at altogether worthy of the conlldence Imposed State, and proceed to Louisville, Ky., JWalker
d Sitrnn, Eau faille, last Friday night. upon him by such an order. where they will attend the National
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Colonel C.V.. Fowler the superintendent II That In his death the Camp has Educational
Association
was' assisted In receiving by his lost a good man, a faithful friend and meeting Mr.
wife and the following, : Major and Mrs devoted member a I Walker will be accompanied by his son, : : Hardware:: : 00.1TI1'USVILT.E.

Voss, Misses Kate Gregg Fannie Itotts, HI That we each feel a deep sense of Master George Walker. FLORIDA.
Florence Morelln; Majors Kldd I, Greene ,
Hodgson Bros. and Van Duyiie; Captains Ewing and personal spirit and in the will passing ever of cherish his /generous his- -There Is a popular, regular winter __ _ H _ _____ _ _ ____ ,_ ___ ____

Brown. memory In our hearts. guest at Hotel Ormond, who halls from .............................................
:EAU: OALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. The dining room was tastefully trimmed IV That we extend to his bereaved the grand old Kentucky city of Louisville .. '
F. A. MORGAN Proprietor. DR.
with roses and evergreens and the E. R. neaarwuopRegisterei Pniegi!
sincere
family
our and .
Marino Railway Hoot cleared for the dancers while the' the Father that He sympathy will comfort, themin pray and the Ormond correspondent has .

Soneral Merchants and Ship Chandlers. parlors were thrown open for those who : their sorrow the following pleasing Item about her in >.

enjoyed cards, games, etc. V That a copy of these resolutions the Taller: "Mrs. K. W. Smith, one of .
..Bpeclal 1 Facilities.. The gymnasium where refreshmentswere be sent to the family of the deceased; a Hotel Ormoud's most popular guests
served, was decorated by numerous copy be spread on the minutes of Titus.yule . ,
IuIM
r"r Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Chinese lantern*. Camp No. 141, and a copy be given wan christened 'The Belle of Ormond'on RED PHARMACY
Tie cadets of this fine Institute Wednesday. Mrs. Smith has
Yachts and Launches. Military the EAST COAST ADVOCATE for publica- long ,
were very profuse in their attentions tion. been a favorite at the Ormond, and 2
Mention the JDVOOATK when to the numerous guests. that came
writing. W. F. AI.I.BX. have
from ) I might sooner been awarded this
Coooa Hook ledge, Melbourne and HARHV WILHOX Committee.
-- -- - -- -- -- Eau Oallie. t flattering appellation but for the wantIng -
F N.
HITCHCOCK )
The Tltusvllla Orchestra was engaged l proof which arrived on Valentine's TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAA

West End Pharmacy for the dance. It was under the direction Day In the shape of elaborate and choice
Complete Stock of
of J. A. Collins and was composedof MR. THOMAS JEFFERSON.Owing -
valentines
-so of them that
many a boy
Miss M.
Collins violinist; firs C. J.
EAU GALLIE, FLA. Denham, cornetist; and Miss II. W. to the serious Illness of Miss had to be summoned to narry them to PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

S. C. Hodgson, M. D., R, P., Brown; and as far, as the ADVOCATE Lauretta. Jefferson, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Smith's apartments. Tokens of 4

Proprietor. can learn this orchestra proved Itself Thomas Jefferson be love from everywhere of which
\ was suddenly called some Prescriptions Filled with the '
all
equal to emergencies and those
Corner of Young and Houston who to D.
Street Washington, C. Mlus Jefferson were hand-painted and very beautiful.
attended the hall given by the Facultyand who takes the of Utmost Care and Promptitude
Meenle In
part And neither
Cadets of was she
the forgotten
Drugs Kentucky Military by her
t. Complete Stock of and Druggist's. Kip Van Winkle has been seriously
t Sundries, Cigars, Stationery, Perfumery the Institute Orchestra's were unanimous In praise of with typhoid fever In Washington; but Ormond friends for her apartments were 2 WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE OS A TRIAL ORDER

t '1'otleArticles. The festivities.work. we are pleased to note she has passed filled with gorgeous valentines of every
Souvenir Cards, were brought to a closeat the crisis, and now there l Is good hopes description. Of necessity there must be _
12:10! :! 1m.. by the sweet strains of ----- ------ -- -- --- - - -
Candles Etc. for her -
Miss Lauretta
"Home Sweet Home" recovery. Is a a romance with that day, and It Is whlsrjored -

Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. the charming editor young of the lady AnvnnATR, well- known! and hAP to that the donor of one n f the ra_ ::EJ. "T"- :S D :seo.,

DEATH OF MR. BELLIS. hosts of friends throughout the United: membranes gave away a heart ttbe
DEALERS
I States will be pleased to hear of her same time. It is IN-
safe
Anyway, to
E. Vesey Hall ultimate recovery. say GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODDCWe
l that
\* XX News come to the ADVOCATE: that Mr. Thomas JefTerson has. been visiting Wednesday evening found :Mrs. ,

Georgiana, Fla. i i iBc Mr. J. L. Hellit. proprietor of the Itellls Mr. and Mrs: Cball. Jefferson, at Smith the happiest woman In the hotel., handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FEKTIU"

house, Berlin, died! on the hth Instant. their orange grove borne at hobo Sound We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all tom,
: >a"'t :33ia.llc3.OX'Agent : Mr. llellls was a genial, whole-souled and will resume the season with, Hip CHURCH NOTICES. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.

gentleman, who generally spent the winter Van Winkle on March 4th.RECHARTING E. L. BRADY *: BRO. TITUSVILLE,, FU.wt .
for New Superior Motor at Hotel Plaza, Itockledge where he
Have 4 li. p. on hand; call and see It. bad great many friends lie WitS 111 Rev M. Walker will officiate as follows -- - ---- -- -- -

intimates and prices furnished. only about two weeks, and was nearly INDIAN RIVER on Sunday next, Feb. 23:
on c ;-<>:iVER
J 1'0 of
application. years age at his death. Cocoa St. Marks church.- C2Dealer :
The survivors of J. L. Bel Us
-- -- are one Colonel N. O. Winston of Sunday school at 0IO::
Washing a.
----- - - m.
Bun, C. E. Belli, and two daughter, ton D. C has In-
,, been making his headquarters Morning prayer at 10:31) a. m.

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, T.Mrs.J.A.Oolaporte W. Ryan, of of Berlin Duluth all, and of Mm.whom C. tusvllle, this at the Indian RIver hotel, TI- Holy Communion,10:30a: m. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT !l

were with him during his last Illness week accompanied by his Tltuaville, St. Gnbriel'schurchSunday ._ ,
and I death. wife. Colonel Winston. arrived here the school I 0:30: a. in. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

Brewing Asso's.Kaiumu His Koni.il; countenance will be missed first of the week with staff of civil engineers Evening prayer at 7:30: p. m. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
for the purpose of reestablishing .
by many of hU Florida friends.WASHINGTON the survey points and chartlng. Rev. John W. Walker will oiBolate as
St. Lanls Keg and Hot Indian River. Ills launch follows, on Sunday Feb. 23:
large: the
j trod near. BALL. Gertrude, has. been moored at the end Melbourne Holy Trinity church.- Wn1. R. Walker'

r i Hold by III........ F.A. Losley and of the Tltusvllla barf, this. week, and Morning prayer at 10'iO:: p. m.
., the Colonel and party make dally survey Eau Oalli, St. Johns.
r. R. L.MatinwTltueyUleb'Is." One of the biggest bulls In the United church. -- Dealer In -
In ..
this
"' NIa H Mr.R. r.. Mntlctw,Cocoa Fia.I . States took place at Hotel Uoyall'olncl- remain trips about two section weeks., where. The they next will Evening prayer, 7IO: p. m. Staple grid FancY'" arocerl.eFr1.Li : : : ,
ana, Palm Beach, last" night, and Air. The Right Rev W.
stopping place will be at Kockledge. C. Oray, D. D.,
,I JOSEPH Chas II. Walton, editor and proprietorof Bishop of Southern ts
ZAPF & CO., this. who Florida, will make : acid Vegetables. .
paper attended the ball, his annual visitation as follows, : .

Sole Distributors wired present us, and that that about It was 1.40O a grand people success were. CLEANING OUR STREETS. Melbourne-Holy Trinity, Friday. Feb. :Hay: O-ra-iza. anal Fe
yr, 23:!:t, 7iO: p. m.
In every respect Manager Fred
terry -Your
Marshal' John N Waller had Patronage Sollclted-
a force -
010 to 020:! West and assistants. worked like Trujrnx to
Street
Day
of TITUSVILLE _
ti men on tbe streets of Tlttmville lastwtek FI.ORI"-
a v make It the grand; success It certainly BISHOP GRAY.
i P cleaning up nil papers and rllbbl..h
; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. was.Ve Mill have something to say -
about tins, ball, In the next Issue of the sod. .now the streets look'neater Tbe Right Re*. Wm. Crone Gray D.

1' John White & Co. A DVOC.\T 6. and months.oti nn. r limn' they have In several D.his, annual Bishop visitation of Southern to Florida Tltusvllle, made. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY,

------ on
'. d LOUISVILLE. aT. rr Tuesday, when he delivered a very Inter TITUSVILLE, FLA. i
.; EiUMtib1HT Illiu-ksmltli and Repair Shop. Druying. cIting sermon to large Is atlll
'
congregation. prepared to furnish
aam..w.$ Ice In Special
prte. There any quantity-Sacked or loose.
r.N f.r... was only one candidate for contirmarlon -
; FURS '' If you want a new wagon, or an old 'vlx' Miss Fanny Budge, the I paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. P'alrdeallng Is my motta
Draylng or hauling of all I
;; one repaired write me. I pay freightone Inds prompt; bright :young daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

t'4rl and Hldes. ,,;\ +' Il L way J. D. ENNH: 1 ly wood. attended for sale to.at Meets all times.all trains. Store her F. '1'. Budge; of Miami, who la visiting - ---- --- -
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grandparents, Capt. and
Tltusville Fla. Mrs. James
H. E.
HOLTEX. Tltusville. Prltchard of
Tltusvllle.
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