Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 28, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00483
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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NO. 10. =------ --_-_-_-_ __ -I-TUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY-- DECEl\IDEn' 38. 10OO. PRICE, 15a. .'I" C(

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NEWS CONSOL11)hATl/N. 1Oco. -
LOCAL The Best Shoes Shoes Shoes! Shoes Improved Orange. Coxes II. ]"ernuld Hardware Co. I

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b Topic of General Interes To Our East! Coast! Customer. With the New Look Joint Panel End
Hanan shoes: In all the latest styles, Wo havo the largest) stock and the Duelers In'In'Wholesale and Retail Hardware y.. I
\Ve mo busy cons'ilid.ulng tits Walker swellest )line of shoes shown the :E., Heads, which ate superior to the old '
and prices are right on ist paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds,
: ADVOCATE Grocery Co. and the style panel bends. No oinoUs lit the
THE ( Walker
Hardware The Coast of Florida.
name of Hunan In a guarantee for lime, cement, brick and shingles
pOperannnrn) In advance. Co. with our other departments the being the best on the market. Shoes for men and boys In the Edwin corners. Can lurnlsti them completewith Machine Shops all kinds of repair

I .;y II lx months Urge brisk store of J. R. Walker" Co. and CiOHHott makes. birch or patent cypress hoops In i I
to foreign countries. Mail' orders always receive most niopp work on engines, bolleis and Napbtha
[ lots less
ttOOperan. This stoie r has always been known as prompt attention. Shoes for ladled In -ha world known oar or launches. >
subscribe for the 'ADVO the Department We CliO !give you the Best Box on the
Store I
you and HO It will be
Queen Quality.
JULIUS lyllNR, Tin and' Metal work plumbing steam
i bj the year, It does not cost you when we havo mllr e' and save yon money. r
our slock nil moved and Shoes for misses and nfants In the
week postage Included. TltnsUlle\ Kin.Jtirtpe \ and gas fitting. Good Work at lowest
centl per WiUe for ,
In place for here prices on wraps
you cn fill every need Irving Drew: mak,-.
;Routing notice Ids{ are ten cents In life. No W. A. MtlWYIlAY: CO, prices ,
Ms pnare.e need of tramping all over / Krrd Fee. of Fort Pierce, was At all times a complete stuck. Send us OttO H. FUHNAin IlAHIMVAllK CO., r

kea town to get what yon want. Just leave a guest of the Stelling. TltllllVllle, )'es- your orders; every: pair guaranteed.We \ I'alat klli;; Hn. Sanford Fla. .

e cold snap Is 'over, and warm your order at Walker's Department terday.! pay express: : charges on all out oftowuoiders

r It again with us. Store and all you buy ate delivered at -\11.: R. E.. Tolar, Sanford l. spent MASONIC ELECTION.At AMONG THE HOTELS a

IIOD8. Branning, Hole Agent for the onoo. XMas Day with her sister, Mrs. Begg, WINS i'ox 8. BHANVINO '
hats CLOTHING DEPARTMENT of 'I The Men' and Boys' Clothier, a regular meeting of Indian River Take note of the hotel oils on our
't3,00 1'1 I IINVllle.
lief '
Here will find vDRESSMAKING Lodge No. DO, F and A. M., held Wednesday 7lh "' .
page.The
you an up-to-date stock Furnisher, Hatter and Outtltter.Tltusvtlle .
I Ilii Helen Miller left for Melbourne, of : AND MILLINERY, evening 1)eo.Orh\ the following I
CLOTHING - Flotilla.Rev. oftlueis were elected fur the ormulngjnai' 'AUVOOATH Is on file at all the
j.Wd y, to spend the Christmas boll Mr. C. A. Krulder;Tltur-vllle, Fla. .J N. Waller WOI'Ml1Iptull\lI\lIter.
bust t hotels In New York city.
rib,Pr. and Mrs. L. A< Peek. GENTh1 FURNISh IIlSGS, J, F. 0'UOyI8.f Daytona, was I', W. Roberts, Senior=: W arden.

DRY GOODS( -Mr. T P. Booker of West Jupiter In Tllusvlllu on Wednesday! C. K. Stewart" Innlnr Warden The Sterling, close to the Florida .
Mend
(-Hi! many of Mr. W. D. M1LUNKRV. spent Christmas with Mr. Prank. Skill, O. .V. Dureu Tieasmer.' Bust: Const Railway Station Tltusvllle, ''

iwtre glad to nee him step off the In our in TItu vllle. The finest line of bats In the city, both O A. S Stewart IC'crelllry.: t
I I" the when
LSumlay, to spend the holidays In FURNITURE DEPARTMENT felt and stiffs at lirannlng'n., The Installation took place at 8 I pm now open. Try Sterling you 1"Mr
you -Mrs .las. L. Lytla of Jacksonville, yesterday, St. John's )Day.; visit Tltusvlllo. *
BiiiUle.URMSIRONG. will find a huge/: stuck of House and -Dr. J, W. Newman I he dentist who ,
is visiting her sister, Mrs Jits. Begg -
Office FUI O, U E. Bemts, manager of the
COMES TO OUR GROCERV nltul'e. ir on Main street, Titusville.Miss spent the Christmas holidays with.relatives A COLD SNAP. Colonial hotel Nassau. J and Continental! '
fog bit next profesulonal visit; on DEPARTMENT Is lepU-te In Orlando returned to Titusville
with everything: to supply the Inner Susie Teeter.one of Tltuavl1lCl'sI note), Atlan.Ho Beach, Is making his
IIlIrOtb. on Wednesday night. The tall end of .a Northern bllzzaiMreadied
man. 'Nuf .sed" Our school teachers, spent'the Christmas headquarters at St. Augustine
I Indian River
muchto
Hlr! T. G. Ronald of the firm of Mr.:R. P. Paddlson Jr has been InTltusvllle on Sunday: ,
I1ARDWAIIIEPAlaI\! STtrI.. ; holidays with her father at Rex: :, Fla. the region of our tesUlents After Mr. Geo. U. Irwin .who Is known to
IdIt Fiske, hardware merchants of selected enjoying/ a visit with his alter about 1O months of weather the
were with warm
special Hilentli to The best and largest line of Ladles', many residents of Tltusvllle, writes us
WM a northbound Sunday, en the needs Children's and brother in-law, Mr. and Airs sudden cold! was nod appreciated for It
; of fUheimen. builders' carpenters .. and Infants' shoes at Bran- that he will manage Hotel Alonzir,. Havana
a to Dayton Beach the Geo. M, Robblns.Dr. injured vegetables and some oranges! ,
to spend
housekeepers and other; And our ning'; ". that had nut been shipped.' Cuba, this winter. 8uconns to "j

holidays with Ills parents. stock of Ship ClMndleiy: cannot be beat. Master Rufus Robbins arrived In H. G. Utley, who spent neatly How Floridians would rejoice If some Mr Irwin. See, his ad. on pane 8. ',

'ifr.tnd Mrs. T. B. Walker 'Of Jack- Shelf hardware of all kind; Wood and two weeks' with his parents at Apex: : enteipiUIng Yankee would Invent something r
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Tltusvllle, Friday last, from Rollins College to keep those cold 1 snaps in the Take note of the following new hotel
Hilt arrived Jaaolene Stoves, IlimifiV and (<'Ishermeu's N. C. returned Tltusvtlle the '
In to
Tltusyllle on '
Sunday:
Winter Park; to spend the holidayswith North where they belong.M..JQUERADE. ads. on our 7th page! The Western and I'
IjIIDd the Christmas holidays with supplies. We do net midnight train, Sunday-just in time to
his parents ------- The Cleveland, Daytona; Lone Bay Inn,
and Mrs. Jag.: Prlichard. Mr. BUILD HOUSES, but we have themto spend Christmas In' town.
BALL. Beach Rod Beach Club Cafe '
Daytona ; ,
'bll.i the Florida n.'nt. Furnished or Unfurnished or -Mr. Fred Stones and Miss Mary
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passenger agent Call and see the fine line of Hawes $.1.00: Palm Beaeu.
Ink &&I: Y. Railroad. We acknowl- will "furnish'' your house or Feed and Stones, of Daytona, spent Chi lit mils .
Hats, both soft and stiff at Winston 8. The Tilusvllle Social Club will give a
a pleasant call. Clo'he you. You will have to !go elsewhere with their' parents, Rev and Mrs...Wm. Biannlng'a. grand Masquerade Ball nt the Opera Mr. J. D. Price, manager *f the Mount

for Stones, In Tltusvllle Pleasant house Bretton Woods N. H. "'
house on New Year's Eve, Monday Pee. ; ,
line of'Overooars In the city at ENTERTAINMENT for it U' our WE ARE: AGENTS FOR CUMMER'S: Misses Frankie Stewart" and Mable :lst.\ No dancer will be allowed on the and one of'the proprietors of Bretton, r'

JDllon S. Brannlng's., business Reynolds returned to their Tltusvllle floor unless masked, mid nil members Hall New York has arrived at .
to furnish all the necessities of Orange Boxes q1IaUty'tIe; best Ormond,
priceno of the Club must their cited
present '
homes the latter of list
Ilefnutse/ Brown atopped'ovar In life, and we leave the entertainment higher Write for quotations part wo&k. from at the done, and all not mombeis 1.00 to get Hotel Ormond In readiness for the

"IHeashoit while on Friday with ment feature to the other man. S. F, 'TRAVIS Co., Cocoa, Fla.' St. Joseph's Convent, St. Augustine, to The management la expecting a peck opening, which takes place on Tuesday,

fyof spend their Christmas vacation.CARPKNTKRS of fun anti a larfe crowd. January Nth
young ladles who
were onrvalto JOHN R. WALKER ft CO., ,
-Dr. John M. Dlxou, a former promInent '
their respective homes .to The Department Store WANTED at Sewall's

'Ibe holidays. Miss Louise was on Tltusvllle, Florida. resident of Tltiisvll'e, but now of Point. Good job for good men. A CARD PARTY., IMPROVING HOUSES,
Jacksonville arlived the
">Jto Miami, to join her parents, at Sterling Apply to 6. A> Mathews, Contractor,
The Doctor's Mr nod Mi- Geo. :M. Robblns '
yesterday. fiends
ad many gave
Mrs \Ym. M. Brown. These Sewall's Point, Fla. The Improvements on the properties
-Mr. and Mrs GeO. M. Robbins and were pleased to see him in town. a very enj ivsble progressive euchre r
"Mies are students at Rollins ColIf with party last qlght, at their residence In of Judge D. L. Oaulden and Attorney
family spent Christmas holidays -Mr. F. E. Stone, wife and children,
inter Park and Mr. and Mrs. That W. and Tltusvllle In honor of their Gel M. Robblns completion
all dined ut the Penney son. Master ) are near ,
Jr.. and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlson and family and Mr. B W Osban. leave today for
%while In Tltusvllle.RECEIVED little daughter, of Little Compton, R I., Rufus Robblns; and Mrs. Robblns' and have added much to the beauty of
at Eiiu Gal'le.! Cuba where Messrs.i, Stone and Osban brother, Mr. R. P. Paddlson, Jr. The '
arrived In Tltusvllle last and Tltusvtlle. I,1
Monday Washington avenue,
JT
ONE HUNDRED are engineers on a railroad. Mr !StoneIs : game was continued with great zest until .
I.IPTOS'8 ENGLISH BREAKFAST are pleasantly located In the L. C. Bran-
el Yew 11:10 m., when delicious rcfiesh-
bean seed Refugee 1000 located at Guantonamo, and Mr. p.
8. F. Travis or Tea at S. .'. Norton's. ning cottage, at the corner of :Palm and Osban at Havana. menu were served accompanied by music. MRS. BRADY APPOINTED. '
& Co. Cocoa Fla.
About attended the social.
After spending Christmas In Titus- .Main streets. Mr. Penney Is a valued twenty

kind Mrs. II. G. Utley gave a ville with Mr. and Mrs Harry Wilson, subscriber to the ADVOCATE and we extend Get your Dress Shines from Winston b.Brannlng. ---- Mrs. Adbomar Brady, the president

but enjoyable dinner party at their Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson and children to them a welcome to our town. .. TITUSVILLE PARK. of the Tltusvllle Ladles Progressive Culture ! '

nee on Palm street, Tltusvllle, on returned to their home In Fort Pierce, DR. ARMSTRONG, THE EYE SPEC Fine shoes at Brannlng'n. ,-- Club, has been appointed Chairman

a"May." Covers were laid' for six, Wednesday. (all
mOAt rrrhercl! +e dinner was provided< I, Otb and will be the City, Mo., are spending thnlr honey learn that the V. I. A. are having the Federation of Women's Clubs -'
January at Indian t
the host and bostesH. Those who -Mrs. J. T. Knox and three children, park cleared of weeds, and swings put
Dk of the of New arrived In Tltusvllle, River Hotel as usual. At Eau Gallle moon with the brides grandmother, up for the pleasure of the winter visitors ..
dinner were Mr. aud Smyrna on January 11th. Mrs. John W. Merrill at her Tropic and others For Sale,
'Wm to Christmas ,
spend
' M. Prlodle Monday afternoon
of
;]in. Peroival of, Hunllngton. at the home of her father, Mr. W. S. -Mr. E; J. Stewart and mother Mrs. home on Indian River, Fla. ,; Ileautlfnl Florida Home.
Baltimore Md.! ;
and' Mrs. Utley and Mr. Chas. H. Norwood In the north end of town J. 8. Stewart, left Thursday for their -Mr. Oeo. W. Soobie arrived In Titus IMPROVING_THE. TOWN. At a Ilargulti .

to home In Newberry Fla. Mrs. Stewart vllle Saturday evening to the -
The spend
table and dlningroomw Without a doubt the finest line of up-tc. I Tltusvllle\ Town Council Is Improving 'Two houses, situated near the center' '
bas been the three
* spending past months Christmas holidays with his
utifuiy] decorated with flowers date Boys' Hats ever shown in the family. the streets and bin. ordered vacant lots of the town In Tltusvllle surrounded by b
!"ergreeon on the East Coast, visiting her daughters Mr.;Soobie will spend about three monthsIn cleaned. Trash barrels to be a
appropriate to Christ- made by Wm. P. Montague Co., are placed
city
extensive stable
t while Mr. Stewart came last Mon this seat log and at Sao ford, looking at the corners. We .are to have a clean grounds, beating orange ,, ,
fl.OO, $1 00 and $2.00 at Braonlng's.Mr. and bade
liTE day'to upend Christmas and was the after the Interests of his bouse-Geo. W. town. .. trees, trees. .

ROSE PLUM PUDDING C. W. Skill of Petersburg Va., guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson, 'Soobie & Co, oomm'aslon merchant. of Large house has modern conveniences, d

" ,Izel,PreHerves of all kladj, Byap"M arrived Monday night for a visit to his while In Tlt..vllle.. Norfolk, Va. .DEER-HUNT. hot and cold water, bath and toilette,

" Pears, French Francs, Raisins, son and daughter, Mr. Frank Skill and'Mrs. Rev. W.F.Allen- and Mr D. O. Mon- electric lights, six: fireplaces and cistern.. pr

'Wuu, Cindy; at S. J. Norton's. [ '1'. N. Decker. He leaves Monday For a Fine trunk or suit case go to -Mr. and Mrs H. Whipple, of Brock- roe left Tl'usville, Wednesday, In company Contains, down stairs, five rooms, ball '

!*'. nd for West Jupiter to visit another daughter < Winston S. Brannlng's.Go port, N.Y., have been! guests of Sterling, with II. Beneche for a deer hunt of and detached kitchen with back lattice
Mrs.
F. T. Budge and cbll.I to Brannlng's for Hawes 93.00 Hats. Tltusvllle, several days this week. They ,",several da'lIlo the Banana creek section vecandas etc. Four bedrooms '
'rvholel'tMiaml laanch Mrs H. Booker., This is Mr. Skill's porch, ,' '1
In their to
tithe Florida. are enjoying a honeymoon trip, and are bath room, closets ball'and 'servant's *;J
Christmas first visit 10 -Dr. and Mrs.! E. E. Rollins, former
holidays with Mrs. (Complete stock of Boyd Shoes Suits
iinlte a jovial couple. Mr. and Mrs. .
te'a room; also' large large atlio' upstairs. "
parents, Cpt. and Mrs. James -Ulss Ethel Wells, the popular schoolteacher well-known residents of Tltusvllle, who Whipple went duck abootln" yesterday Paut., Underwear, Hats, Sweaters,
' bad been House I In entlre'y furnished, which furniture 7
relatives in ,
"H visiting Merry
were last reported at Nep- at Mlms, who gave the ADVO- and returned wltb five ducks and other Overcoats. At Winston S: Brannlog'aft .
.""""ere Oaks, Raleigh l and other places North may be purchased at a great bargain
they had breakdown Wednes- !
a and office a pleasant call on
OATH: bird. They will remain at the '
Sterling
,if desired. and kitchen
"Tltunviiie Carolina for several, months Range
for new parts 'to make day, informed us the following pupilsare passed for a month. For, Ueut

nwitie. At Neptune Mr. aid Mrs. deserving of special mention, In through here, Saturday last, en route to furniture. Window shades aDd. scVeens
to send the children op neither being absent or tardy during the Portland Cement.
III,and their future borne. Hotel Kocktcdge. a twelve room house, Tenant house In same grounds, has
they Bevil Jerue Devil ---
the Maude
were on train that month: ,
'r eked paNt We bate constantly In transit shipments with stable and carriage house, Artesian modern conveniences, electric! lights,
at Rockledge and Aleph Kyzer. FURNITURE: DRY
Tuesday, In Ilgdon Bevll GOODS SHOES.
', however of Whitehall Portland Cement, well and.a variety of tropical shrubbery two fireplaces and cistern. Four rooms
no one was hurt. Mr.
Brady, who was also a passenger Shot Onus and Ulflea. Wishing you a happy and prosperous 'and can make you very low,quotationsand and. frnlt. For.particulars address, and .hath room down stairs, and two ''

"train. brought them to TUusvtllerl New Year. ', prompt delivery, : D. P, MKKWIX: rooms upstairs. (

g the next day. We have a fine line of Shot Guns and Tltusvllle souvenir cards, 2 for I 5 cts.CHAS. East Coast Lumber A Supply Co MUford, Conn, Price for entire property, .',030.

Rilles. Get ready for the quail season. A. GAXD3EK: Phone 31. 10-4 Eau Gallle, Fla. Ifou eTor If not sold before January lilt, larger

Kent. house may be rented for! the season,
Inch Prices are right.
for Sale Tltnsville, Fla. -
_. f or" Exchange. JAS. PRITCHARD <& Sox, Sale of Timber' Lands, Furnished houses to rent for the season completely furnished-Including plao -

sell for i2VOO: ( or exchange for a TItnsvlll, Fla. Fruit and Vegetables 11MMI-7. Best hunting and fishing! on for $400.00. Address .

boat, a J A rare opportunity Is here presented the East Coast of Florida. I can fur M na. WM.. M. Iluoww, '
15ft.
t U complete with'I&Torpedo h..p. motor stern, Galvanized( Wire Cheap.We Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of to buy some of the richest timber land( nlsh just what you want. Write t 0 17.3 S -Tltusvllle Fla..

'b""t over and Bay and JnlU street,. Jacksonville, In Brevard county. I have 4,000 acre of JOHN R. WAI.KEH.

iiu". Rood order removable and., used c"nopy very have several tons of GalvanizedVlre Fla., always brlLg good results. Their fine timber land for sale! west of Kan Tltusvllle Fla, ItcHldeiicp, ,Orange Orovo. tc., t

"'' :r ; % No. 8, to No. 16, which we' offer facilities for handling Pineapples, Grapefruit Gillie, In towonhlp 27, south of range 30 _- For Hale. I

C J..:h, IBROE! : very low to Close out. Orange and Early Vegetables cannot and .17 east. This land will be sold at Iteiintlfnl Winter ICesldenCO -
lp : EA.ST COAST LUMBER: 4 8uCo.., the low" price of "1.50 *" In Fifteen acres In groveISSft.; front on
.,.Tltusvllle, Fla. be surpassed. This is one of the per 1"lorlel. .\ '
Ean Gallle. Fla Indian River 8-rn furnish ,
oldest and most reliable house In this J. M.LAKMX, ; im dwelling, :
For Sale: Cheap. Ideal I..c/Hlnn l | ,on ed. Modern convenience such bath '
f' iinchTFor Sale. state. Try th.,m. TltiisvllU, Fls. as ;
t Sour Orange f'eedVantetl.. '- ' l) *S>ll ... !.. f Indian til: .er, near Urge7hotels, ; all mod room, toilet, eta. Both cistern and attar ; v'

torpedo( stern lauaoh. equipped i Wood for Sale. : ". Cook Wanted. .' ern Improvements.. About one se nand alan wat ,. :Steamboat! dock, two; cottages .

P) 20th..century engine; one Sour Orange :;eeda n tel. State f with, orange other, tropical fl'111trol' ''for t'.o&ntll. paekiog-honwe* etc.
r 'od and' quantity can furnish. Pine or oak, any length. Also plowIng ,.> A second cook also charrnber. '
small for owner. price you colored Fur particular address For (erm.,.address or call oo

Gift. ;"*GlxftRAi: *,. :: OLE SAIJT MABT X... IERIE .- and harrowing. See-'of 1dr..w.J.. maid. 'Address "MM'-. ear ADVOOATM t A, MILLAR, JS. :oAt",

Rockledge... ,"Fla.Jeaaaslud Glen Saint Mary, Florida. AV. Jamison, Tltusvllle, :Its.aY . office, Tltusvllle Fra" 10, R. V. D, No. i>, DallasTexas.. Apt 3' ItodkledgeFla! {

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2 EAST COAST: ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE, FLA. DHCEMBEK 28, 1 U6.

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Free and Ireland's Sad Case. Wronging Poor "to." -

Whether Ireland Is to have a measure AH the wrongs visited upon the redman To Honor the First Steamboat. \

Accepted \ Masons. of redress. for her wrongs under the by the whites' since this country Although the celebration of the centenary rrEE: .8.LTOt

present Liberal role neems to depend was settled by palefaces can never be of the Initial trip of Kulton'spioneer

upon' possible eniergenrlei In British Wiped out Ill' the future history of the steamboat has been deferred

Indian No. 00 politics.: If the government needs the Indian and such reminders of evil as two years beyond the proper dnle th

votes of Irish members to save Its ma the recent Ute troubles should con event la not to pass without fitting
River Titu.vlle!
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Jorlty in the bonne of commons It may vince ns that the nmch vaunted American recognition by the maritime wurld."

Lodge. Florida. concede something to Ireland. On thc\ fair play ought not to consist in The International maritime exposition

Hnlils' It.m..tlh|>:h the Hunond Rod l fourth Weiln other hand, Ireland may be sacrificed mere talk. Here In a weak; people to open iu May, 1007, at Bordeaux SELF-LOCKING
"nduy of eanh nxmth. In the Manonio TeinjileTltuu
fllle, Kt 7:30 o'clock p. in.K. to tho same end. So It oil comes to it unable to do a thing for themselves, is Intended to oommemorate

A. Morgan. Wornhipful Mauler* question of party policy, and the weal and brought to that plight by the ceaseless the' harnessing of steam to the wheels ,
John I N. Wallnr; , of The American celebration
Honlur. Wanton or woo of the Irish people Is a mere nnd remorseless" encroachment 01'the commerce.
nil Up W. KiilxirU, .1..III..rIarden..
be
O. K. Dnren 'I'r6..0..r..r. side Issue. materially stronger race.As of Fulton's achle"ementVIII

\ J.A.L.I>.C"rrlltleMl.1'ennny. Htnititr 8nrotary Ifcmtiuu.1'erry Leaving apart the matter'of giving usual, discontented Indians who combined with the observance of the

l.; Walton, Junior Deacon.C. . Ireland actual home rule nt this time next week or next mouth or next ;year ,,, three hundredth nnnlvcrsnry of 1IUlIlon'a -
11. Walton, .H-niinr Steward.M.
H. 14"", .. iinl-ir Hrewaru. the situation in that country seems to leave the1' barrens where the white voyage up the river which belll'Abls T .6..0KLE.: :
J. Jl. Walker, Clm: lulu.F.A. .
> name
| demand nran's and takes place In fteptember .
Loaley, Tyler. n radical change of Imperial government lmn set them down .
;;. policy in' the country on economic to become "good Indians" by Htarvu-1 I 19OO. Hudson entered New York \

if. grounds. The lion. Thomas Power tlon to save the cost of bullets, will I bay Sept. 11, 1001) as commander of
INDIAN ItlVKK CIIAI'TKR NO. !97, the Dutch Bulling ship Half !\loon.Fulton's .
,. O'Connor recently declared that during be hunted and'forced or wheedled Into ,
,
/ ItOYAI AltCH MAHONS.
the ItrltUh rula returning to their first stea lIt bon t,' the Cler- "
i ,' : century strictly appointed doom. Tb<*
; The Indian Kivt-r Cliiipter lloyal rch Mtwon* .
,'_ ; meet* the tlrot W..mlutxiluy each muuin at tue there have occurred three famines doom is to suffer race stagnation and.ldcg'nel'acy mont, started on Its initial trip from :E3LOCE:
t' awmlo Temple. three rebellions and coercion lands New York to Albany Aug. 11. 1807.
The lollowliiK o'e tlta oflHen of thll cltapteriM. ninety on no white man I
acts the of happens to want for the .It Is true that Fulton was not the
; H. Ham, Kxr'ollunt; High I'rltiHt. suHpendlng rights the peo time being.

.,,. Nil..1. R.N.Walker Anilrnws King., Hirllm.X. . ple. Tliene! conditions he ascribed to The better tbe'land Is for Indian comfort first to apply steam\ to the propulsion

K. Wilmm' T'eamirnr.F. British rule and declared them responsible and welfare, the sooner the redman of vessels.' Neither was Hudson the

/, A. Moritan, "ocret rv.I . for the Irish will be told to "move very first navigator to enter the wnters ""
I T. H. Stthilem, 4 nvt. of Ilimt.Ixiuln great emigration on' to someImpoverished
Alex ""I... Prlnnluul sojourner | around Manhattan. Other explorers
which has robbed Ireland of half her sterile
leo. K: I'rituliHtt. ICnyiil' .rch raiitnln.K. or site, there, to '
\1, .' M: Tavlor, "".""rur llur.l V.JIN. population In little over half a century become that "good Indian" which Is saw the mouth of the great

I_i" O.; A.,Wallor Hwwart, ,Maxwr M.mtnrnr of Huunnil r'lrae V.V. A member of the present Lib the white man's delight river but Hudson wall the first to ascend !:;::; la a Dew and preal Invention, HS It "8'8 time, money and labor. It will

'. J. 1) Kiinl; *, Bimitntil.OKOKIt eral administration, Kir. Thomas Tven though the great .white chief the notable stream and to make horizontally, upside down ni lit nn> '"111''''. It IB Impossible for the rope t

Lough has summed 'tip the case in nt Washington feeds the Indian and Its existence known to the world. Ful when locked, and no lever or Hipper rope attachment is used in tills d

OF KASTKHN STAR.Frleiiflithlp tills sentence: "Since the union ((1800) protects him uiidlsturbed on his reservation ton's Clermont hud several predecessors There la only one hoi t, lowt'r and li>ch the load, and It Is Impossible for than,

I hl ipler: No. II, holilH Its meetlnKM f but was tho first' steamboat to jam or chafe and tlifro In iio'hfng in nut. of older In this
,
the Maaonln Lniltta room, Titimrllle, on the. tho population of Ireland has halved; still the red 'men owe thin yet original tackle 1
first and third TIIHH<|U in eiioh month ac 8:00f. : be a commercial success. The Cler May be at the ,
.... The following are> the ullluer* of the the taxation of Ireland] has doubled.] government nothing. They hnd wore seen ADVOCATE! ullieo. Tiiuavlllt-j; The .S. B. Ilubbnrd C,
Chapter iMm. Official statistics bear out the con land and freer range and more to -eatbefore. mont would go, and her trip from E. O. Painter & Co., Jack I'ovllJe. > i

Mr..duo.M. CHmplioll M. Uuliutiia,, W'W.. M.K.Miim tentions of both of these gentlemen ns The burden of conscience In New York to Albany ICO- mites, nnder . iI I
('utliurinifoul .nutate M. Ito tho whole her. own steam, In thirty-two hours I.
.11 the depletion of the Irish people on transaction is on the white I

MlHA MUM 7.4IKII0 Karo !'t"wart..Ol""Iot.O"tuawart, Ananolate..Con. the home soil. In 18-U the census gave rnnn. If the Indian gets desperate it still remains one of the great events : x ",' .$ .. '.

Mra. M. K. Kolinln. Tre.mirer, the population! of Ireland nt 8175000. Is tho fault of his persecutor and keeper. in the world's history. Fulton was a j"i.l .
/ir,. Mrf K. M. Wilmm, Hoorntarir.Mm. ,
I. imrtha KMna. Allah In 1901 the census returned but Plans have' been unfolded recently demonstrator rather than an Inventor.
Mli JI-MHIU ttanitarn, Kuth.Mr ..
> But he revolutionized
*.J. L,. ....rr"th..rM.Ie'.th..r.' .4,458,000' and since then there has by the- Ind/nn/ .commlsiCloner to 'develop navigation.

. Mm. u. C. llanml MarthaMm. .t>ncn a depletion of 72,000. >Thus 'it Is the good that Is, In the red man and
I.. ..
! M* A. Hrli! K onr, Klncta*
':Iii Wlmi Carrie Mu..I..I.IIlrah..l.. clear that with a fertile soli' and make life worth living for the )'outb The World's Finances. .

, "". n.rinm u. WIIHIIII.IMt"Ullol.It. Walton, Warder.John healthy climate anti the natives bound and children of that hapless ruce. With Tho 'recent action of the Bank of

I I : II. Walker Chaplain.IT. to their fair Erin by ties of sentiment homes that they can call their own England In suddenly raising Its ro toot fijij
A.
Morgan/: organlnt.
.. :. as strong as any known to the human forever and pursuits adapted to their discount from 5 to 0 per cent has

\ I..l,' race, the population has steadily- and capacities, the Indians should become created an atmosphere of uueusluesd: >
TI ,"V"VILr,1I1MI'! NO. 141.,
I
rapidly declined. Agriculture and happy and at the same time useful and questioning In financial circles.!

r \ manufacturing have not prospered nn citizens. To pressure from this country the THIS 5HOWJ

f : In other countries, and the whole country present discomfiture of London is gen THE FRONT

' : I"'I. is going backward, while every The American Lalilitu.je,' erally attributed. The New York Journal -

".. other civilized land Is moving forward. Writing la the London Monthly Review of Commerce urges that the hitch OF THE ___

." Plainly those advocates of a square :Miss Enid Campbell Dawncy In the Bank of England's customary WALTONPAT.

." deal for the Irish people are right treats the development of' the lunguago procedure "should be taken as a cautionary BLOCKWaltonVinton THESE, ARE OUR

when they declare that English rule spoken in this .country as the signal to all the world. It may PATENT LONG-

r ..(. Meet flratand third In Ireland Is the greatest' blot on the beginning of a new tongue. Of this not be A signal of alarm or of immediate ROLLER BEARING

I Bionthu every. 8 eh, Monday kin each new language generally the writer clanger, but It Is n signal warning.
p. in rpi .at the Maaonlo page of English history. A rule that SHEAVES.V2 .
Temple.' falls to be says: The rumo paper admits that tlie action
beneficent has
Consul Coininander . .. . '.....Harry Wllnon no moral or
Adrlner Ltonujnune . .. . . . ...J.K.Wa.k..r. political justlllcatlon. At a time when Its element are wide diverse, even of our. treasury department has
. 2..nU r ... . . . . . . . ..II. C. Conkllnn confusing-, composed as they are of selection precipitated that 'of the Bank of Eng-
K.o.rt . ... .. .. . ...... n L Mandavllie the British empire is pouring out millions i *, on a basis of the Engllah ,
tongue
I Slrk ..v .. ... ... . . ... ,J L.CarrutheM millions of treasure from almo land by encouraging shipments of gold
II. Watchman ... . .. . . . ,.... J.N Waller upon for n everlanguuge spoken in '
9'nury ... ....... .. ,. ... .. ... J .n. :nnl.Jill' navy to protect its distant colonial the world at this time. There 1* good to this country for the'"aid of great '.
... ..... . .. .. ... .. ...J.P.wtlnon' reniion why a distinctive langiiairo- should speculative operation" This gave :
''f:: -;.U ryle and 8 J.Norton possessions It would appear simple prlng up In a vnat country Inhabited by ,
\\., :"1:" Campl'hR'cl..n)! . .. .... . . . . ., K.K.HollInt I wisdom, to say nothing of abstract' rrrrultfl from all the world and perpetually rise to the necessity In England for
\\1...; All vlnltlnit Wuixlnion are cordially Invited to refreshed by draft of Immigrant the dlscouingemeut of such exports, ,
lI; justice' to plan In a broad
,
1 atteud tlie uThe .8th1iOe. generous Words that are most expreinlve or eayor
.\, and the remedy was Jsought In the sudden
the descriptive Btrlko the
'4 wat restoration of the once populous ear and ore
Kradually adopted but beelde this there rlae of tha rate of discount.
r and but fast decaying
now
prosperous
New Farthest North. I* that deeper race character which I
:" By the latest achievement In the Island that lies so near its seat evolves Its own mod of apeech.

J polar circle tho stars nnd stripes have .of government.- Accent and Intonation the writer No Opium in Clunub.'rlalu'M

been carried beyond the record line says, form the moat striking divergences Cough Keinedy. I X l .l) !

. la his recent'attempt Robert 13. Penrjadvuncoil Hebrews In Public Life. from the mother tongue In our rimmoeilaln'K There ts nnt the II'Ra' danger In pi vine
Oimgrh RfD>fl} 'In mall
almotit four degrees farther It is believed that Mr. Oscar S. Bpeoi-h' but marked changes! .are also
'J children nn It cooiim' no- pln'ru; i.r "'herl
,. than ho went In 11)02. 'As yet the Straus will bo the first of the Jewish noted In the form -of words. It dot'" harmful drug U IIIIH an rMnb'lxhedlepnlailnn . I

pOles remain unconquered, but !Home! race to have a sent In the United not follow, though;, that what tho English of more thnn fhlrty'yinrn' as

; day a bold explorer. !RpurredVm! l>y the States cabinet. 'However. Jews have !' may deem a wrong or unwarranted the nn-st nuccesi-fut medicine Inline for

I frequently held important political positions use of many words by Americana coldM. croup ond whooping. coiifth. Htilwnvs
desire to' advance Just a little farther oines nnd Is pleammr. to inke. Patent Roller
,; than bin predecessor, will rnlso:' his flag In thin country. Before the war tend* to Impoverishment The overworking Children like It. Sold byJAll;:: Dellle... Bushed Shean

J'" over 0110 of them, aud thou the other Judnh P. Benjamin served iiv the United of certain! wordm Is comment .

,: will bo coiiquoreil In, the same way. Stolen senate from Louisiana and ed upon, as, for.Instance! "claim" as a Job Printing:. t

<<' Such In the naturu of man, always in the course of, thir war held two portfolios substitute for allege., assert, protest, -

,1' seeking to do a little better than ever In the cabinet of .the Confederate profess, advance, propound, depose, VOO.ATB Do not office forget, the1 TliUHvllle fact .that, we at the clu Ai Job>-

. "{' :.wa donq before. In the charge of president. The present American avow and so on;- also- "prominent" printing of all kinds, neutly, chpuplv and

Federal columns aKilnst tho deadly ambassador at Constautlnople, J. O.Lelshman when notable, remarkable, chief, principal expeditlously. LetteiheHds, Notehnida,

,..''l \ tone wall at Frederlckslmrg 'lu IStU Is a Jew, and Mr. Straus leading, foremost, Important and kinds.Billheads Envelopes, Tags, and all other I

.,: each successive Hue of assailants went himself held that post under both other synonyms would better declare

(f ,' n Httlo farther than tho .one that had Cleveland aud McKlnley.Abroad the meaning. In the main Miss Dawn Dude County Land For Sale. I

'(< preceded, and finally tho front row of IXsraelt and Oambetta were cy sees In this now language development I I

dead showed not the extreme of human among the best known Jewish public the assertion! by the American For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter ,
men. Both France and 'England have people of "their Independence of all of lion thtRItI quarter of ectli>n 3, tomnshlp -
but the
daring, limit of humuuendurance.
,18, Mouth of range 41 en .t clone to
;
..'" honored the race with cabinet positions hampering forms of the ancient tongue O. 1C. Woo '" pineapple plantation on

i."' .' Peary's newest achievement in tho under several administrations. While while rtlll hotly proclaiming adherence St Lucle River; -10 acres*

:. arctic leaves less of tho unknown to race prejudice may In some eras have tq classic accuracy." She thinks that Also, the nnrthenst quarter or nortnea -

., become known kept Jews from public life, undoubtedly purists .of the mother tongue''should t quarter o/ section 18, fowimhlp 38,
and will add
surely south of range 41 ca"t; on Niuiih fork olSt.
a iioblo sensitiveness' and reserve not judge with Intolerance the process! I Lucia
t' zest to the spirit of adventure. Perhaps River! 40 acrm Apply ro,
r nothing of vast scientific value have caused distinguished men 'of the unfolding before their eyes but give CBAS, II. WALTON,

" ; can nrcrue now trom. the discovery oftho raco to court retirement! !Surely, ability to it scientific study as the evolution Tltiisvllle Fla
and character have not been wanting. of a new !language.Heccnt .
north i>olo, but there 111'0 many interesting 1.i1i1!! %'W i iw
as Is the achievements of *
proved by 60 YEARS
problems Involved in the line
of arctic travel. Peary reports Incessant Jews In literature, In art and In com statistics show that the consumption EXPERIENCETRAOC J."", ':'::::-.:.:.-..::":=...::..,..".-.,. ''" ,

. buttle with tee, storing nnd headwinds merce. of beer .is rapidly Increasing
-- --- la France and the consumption of alcohol ,
t' and
yet bis party survived to .
Staid oM London U to have a skyscraper In
,, man and that with no serious lllnotm. especially .the perilous form
,'. : ; The new Y. }I. C. A. building of ubslnth decreasing. Tills Is not a
,1 Ills ship llooHevelt bo
proved to n
.
I. !.. in llolborn street is to bo all of nine sweeping or conclusive reform, as the These lonlt Rol'er' il.siln ,, .Sheaves
I good sea boat nnd an ice fighter as which are looked"upoa as the grentlfrlotlon ,
well Sho carried stories in height. Tills ,ls on* story absinth habit is still one of the gravest MARKS rollei b, 011"1l 111'11., world
a crew of twenty DCSIONSCOPYRIGHT are without cages to hold the roll
higher than tho other skyncraper in the that threaten the manhood place and therefoie
'. ,' perils of 4c. HI* far mote durable
men. and
Peary's hopes of success on thin iun with fur less Motion than
'. I city, which was built with American AnTnne 'rifting it nketch mid "rtnUrm m 9
France. But the statistics show that = old-style
qntonly a. 'T" { trip were bused on the fact that hln whether a raBiDfi! < af made solid, -candloz doable the strD
capital In Westminster, The upper the maximum has been Invention U prohnhly pntef itNbl Comnmnlnt. the1' skeleton
resiclwas the stoutest arctic boat danger point BpOK onl IronTUOUSANDS..bea"PII. .
,' stories have never been occupied and panned,. and the decline of even a "nt f MM. Olilont nu-incf fur 'im-iinti*patent*
per- .
built Pm nl taken through Munn
f" ever nearly all of his men experienced A Co. rG l'f.
. it Is referred to by Englishmen as So- ctnitage In absinth consumption la accepted tjMvlal MUM, without chM"' In tb*
: In exploration and his own .
and-so's "folly: using the name of the as ground ,for encouragement' Scientific JIm rican.A
,, ". '.. knowledge of conditions in tho arctic .
.t; bulldar. There U scarcely another ahj hope. h..nl1eomel.lIhttltPRt .. ,.. ...... OF THEM: '
< regions! ex teu.il vo. He expected to . oulutbm of any ulentttla
building la London that exceeds five --
t make his final dash for the rt four month*. |L byall wMlt>"lflni.
polo overa all kind of
; desert of Ice. aud snow COO miles Inextent. stories, and the groat majority are well Thelcftndal concerning the buying r.; 8';:: N businesses where a Tackle Block is used-

content with three ftoors.I 1il'aDGb U r It. W..IIIO .....
[ Thin ho attempted but wns and telling of army stores In South ;' n. '"'

turned "back accomplishing about I Africa during the Boer war has - ---- -

.. 300! miles of the 'The more numerous the parties and brought several otfU-era to grief. Eleven !!!
Journey. ......... ......
Vudependent campaigns represented at ...........
- ----- have been cei'urel; six. Including Walton
.' the polls the more reason for criticis I. Self-Locking Block C(
: .. Former Civil Service Commissioner a lieutenant colonel are required to
log the blanket ballot In general use. : i
< ... Foulke, Just returned! from a trip retire, and one lieutenant colonel has .
'" The the .
solution of difficulty Is belIeYel1'

abroad says that Japan la a bad enemy. been removed from the army without 404 Atlantic
(t'1, The average newspaper reader to lieIn the voting machine a retiring a! lJwsn'ft. Thus It Is Incnl- ., .: If YOU KWEIVK: A \ ,, I'LE :. Avenue. BOSTON, MAS:"
. when that contrivance Is perfected and
learned that during tho late unpleasantness cat<-J that "England expect. .everyman : COPT <>r THIS PAJ'KH : ..
; between Japan nnd Russia popularized. to do his duty." and to be honest Ras -
; $ -IT IS TO- : Stood The
.
.;,: without stirring. from his breakfast table. la doing It. Test 25 YeaGrOVe'S
" LET YOU KNOW THAT .
Had Peary succeeded; In reaching the .
:' \\.' -- -- pole he wouM have gained f r himself The British .gnrrlson has beeu withdrawn WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO : [

"Does n woman own her own an unending fame. Ai It Is, thtf world from the Island of St. Helena.If .

.. ., clothes?" usks the Political Equality vrlU: congratulate him on his really cay* one will take the trouble to : BECOME A ISUBMCRIBER.: !

league. Well, sometimes she 'w ntlef1l great achievement and, further on the look \ttmny, be found that there have .. .

herself if she does when she has a few fact that what he has accomplished been ...disturbances In the vicinity of : .. TasteJ.es iU Toni

irrtMvnup daughters of about her own ha* not cost the life of a single member toe grave of Sir Hudson Lowe, the : : i

wa t mellllt1re'1''nt.' of his party.v Juller of Xapoleon. i :
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mAs'r COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE l"LA. DIOCFMBER 28. 1906. 399Vv.

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.VV..Y9900000CtOt TITUSVILLE FLORIDA VALUE OF SALTON SEA _E"Il'AULI8I1EI 11+30-

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:T. N'_ : COT:: &;, sON',

A Boston .'

weak and sickly. schoolboy was tall' A Favorite Spot In a Favored Brings Rain to Vast TerritoryOnce Goltnmislsion: :lorOhAXl.: : "

Oo Secton-The Famous East a Desert. 1311 East Bay Ita.ll and 3 Atlantic! Wharf CIIAKLE8TON, S. 0

Coast of Florida.

His arms were soft and flabby RESPECTFULLY :SOLICIT YOUR SHIPMENTS OF- '
NOW COVEEED WITH MUCH WATERIt.
didn't have

entire He body. a strong muscle in his ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. Evaporation ewtaratee

0 the Air Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples ..

With NolBtnre Says Major Ovorsr* ,

The physician who had attended g j Just Down the Place this to Fit-out for a Cruise. .. Inman-C.o... Ureatvr HnlnrallIn In fthl|>plut{ to till you have the:Infliction of knowing than, you are dealing
Far-famed River.
the family for thirty I I W..t.... Kanaa. Oklahoma, with one of the oldeat and moot, reliable\ oomrn Union housoa In Chnrle too.I ,o '
years prescribed Fine Fishing and Hunting _
0 Texas and Other 1'lmcf StronK Opposition

Scot f.s Emulirrion. I The town of Tibusrllle !. situated oa to 8to..pn '* of Flow of I -WHAT OUR stIUPPKKH:\ HAVE 'Iff SAY- u

0o the Florida Oast Coast Railway 164 Colorado Klv r Water Into tbo S**. r
I F.' M. 110WAIIU, 0..1... Flu. R ;M. HAYNAItll, Anburndal.Via. S ,

NOW: 0 miles south of Jacksonville, 145 miles Many people of .Arizona New! Mexico! lpntllllll..nA m Sales very eati-f .ictory ; think the best .
north of Palm and 212 miles grant my growersbelieve I have received this . ,
: Beach
\ 'I
IIURII. "
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and western Texas Iwjllevo that the Sal I ill it tticr ruoiiliH' can li.. had

To feel that <:- 'north of Miami The TUusvtlle branch ton tlO.1. Is ono of the greatest blessing b) HliliMxnu tl.IJ'ltno., ranges mitt In Hint It. T. MIIITNAM. Avon Park, Fla. 11;,

boy's arm you 0 of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa & the arid vast poor frill .Hiiiith I have carefully .."- >..Ion very enl Ufao orv. You have done >j".

would think he was apprenticed to 0 Key West Railroad now controlled by ever bestowed upon Buys looted .and khlpied! Jon my '."iv: l best ,MI'ir part ; 11111 lion y that I did not ship
of the
a the Floilda East Coast Railway Co., a Yuma (Ariz) correspondent oranges, and It gives lOt iilo.muie' 'lo acv nil my oranges to you
blacksmith. Kansas City Star. Those who take this that your sales| were equally) aM !gnnd' endinuanyfnetxneesbetter r
also (1KO. >V, '
: runs Into the town-this being Uu than the bestsalesreroived II'S.I'I. 1).harpea. Flu. JJi
view of this newly created Inland' body
terminal point of that brunch. Thereare from noithein hotts- a. I Your cabs art- more than mttlsfactory. .f
I !r ALL DRUGGISTS BOc. AND $UJJO, t tO several trains arriving dally from of wnter nre strongly opposed) to the appiuolate your p&'omplI"'lInod! pleiinautbualDURH Thank you ever 110 much for your excellent :
recent of the'tloof water Into leturns. You have done llnoly. I
I Jacksonville] and Sanford during the stoppage: rel ,alone and take pleamne InreoommendlnK

OOOOO OO O season. the sea from the Colorado river. .my friend to ship to your 1.1 LK CIt ICSTER: u. AugustineFin. rtl
OO
OO As the county seat of Brevard county Major George J. luiuau. who Is well\ hlIIII" Wo thank you for your good pitoes oh-
-- . I U, trained this sunnon nnd prompt. returns. '
-- the southwest
!It has a courthouse and a modern known throughout O. K. FRANKLIN Klo.liiimfxt, Fla. {
Cards. to continue her
Hope IIhl'ploallot
Ipllt'alilln .
Professional i for T.V nc (I. Jail building with rarely over two or one of those who believe that the Sal- Gentlemen :- v our gales have' been / your.W. .

ton sea Is the cause of the phenomenal very atl..fotorv.. You have netted me II. CI1E:!SStN. CIt,..I'lIh.t, 1'1. \

rndi.rSr.r- of. I hup 4>w$, Laweot Florid, three Inmates. The population Is over meteorological change which has como Inure money for my Hhlpnieiit than any Yllllr Halo, Lave been very satisfactory. ,'T,

KO.> M. BOBBINS *.Tol'r..t' ; M IIHRLIIV: (.IVBVTllvr JOHN 1000. Illness Is so rare that one doc. over the whole of the southwest In. oilier liouxe that I have shipped to. I We uppiet-Uie your good: I work: and {

.!., """ry. pjiri-lnwr ol. Tux rtlllcnte :.o. I tor In town finds ample time to act as western Kansas Texas appreciateoiir niptnenn and hoi i e to prompt leturnw. Hope to do a good '
2,8. "V"1 the alb' tiny "' July! A. n. eluding nil of f
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR i Justice of the Peace and Notary Pub- do a "large' bu..ln"1next season llll"lo"s with you next year. ';
I anil the post two
hte'miu apPlientlii and Oklahoma during i
'
,, foratexltlewd! !tai
,.
AT-LAW ue lit besides attending to his medical .
In iiLorirrli" ,"ip wlti law. Palilpuitlttnittu years. Its beneficent Influence extendsfar
-- -
State'"nd' [brace. the fulliwlu (duii-iiliuii prriimrty situutr-rl practice, while the other finds time: to down Into Mexico. It Is contended. "
Unl ted States
m practice In lii Krovuril tr.wf!
county Florida ( :
Court.. T.\i"Mi, 1! '"'cn2.!' !"'Kk :a.'rltIlMYlllo.: tlMtlnn 3, go bunting Major Innmn U Interested In a largo Mason M.: Clark Co. 'f.
Tn' Hh',2',' s"""'. (t"'K"l5: I:imt. Here Is ,virtually the bead of the In American colony enterprise In the ,
auld boil 1 tir-inu assessed| at the date of the ,
Office at TITUSVII.I.K, FLA. .Issuance of ouch rprtltiuate In the name tit dian River and the: favorite point for northwestern part of the state of Chi

I hprnioro Ti tile. nluKH enid ourtlHoiito Bhall be fitting out and starting of numerous huahua. lie snjs that the change/ Commission $?5? Merchants '
redemned.rennl l : .
lie: to law tux iliwr) will lumie I
L. GAULDEN, thurenn on tllu il.t lay ol.I.iniiury. A. I', l9iC.' cruising parties during our balmy win which has taken: place In the- section
) wii-iws my olllclnl/ sign,tnr and seal thin the where his colony Irf located during the .
21Rt'I.y of Dwenilier, A. D 1\6.\' ) I ter months; as everything necessary; to ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LA, [CLCtScall: ] A. )l STEWART, comfortably equip a pleasure yaoit, last two years la marvelous. When 100( West St:, and ti, J ALL l<'UHtlOA. \'V .
Clark Circuit Cmlft1 llrevaiil' practice) In all the Courts of the state con here be obtained at the most reasonable
.. that nothing could, bo raised on 110 Murray Street, VEGETABLES
IIGrlda,and the United States Courts. prices. Thl Is evidenced bY' f
Notice of Intentionto the hind without Irrigation.; Since the
.0 Boi,23B. TmrsvlLLE FLA. the fact that the .sa'me parties have' NEW YORE OUR SPECIALTY., '
]Make made Its the .
Application for I Salton \sea! appearance .
Authority to Sell been, coming herd annually for many rainfall has been abundant, and big

i,' J. MTKKIi I.and"". of Wnrds.!! winters for that purpose |In preferenceto crop nre raised without Irrigation.The Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples

any other point along the Bust same thing Is. true throughout the ,

ATTOI :-lEY.AT.LAW Coast southwest . . .. . .. .. '
E H IHRI: IIf1IVPS: THAT os TIlIi' -- --- -- -- ------ - - -- -- -" -------
(Tillpractice In the Courts of the 7tb NOTl. Any or.I laiuiAr), Iff'7. at III u, in..or a< To the southeast of Tltusvllle Is tie Major Inman says that he will take '

halt Taxes paid for non-roHidents noun thereafter a< tlrloner ran Im Iwanl wide of salt water bay (about up the Salton sea matter with President P. :
J rents and account; oolleoted. the undersigned an R t, LOIIII <'. rtcpwart. In iliul B. Stewart and six miles In width), formed by the wa. Roosevelt and President Dins
Siinlet.. Stnwnrt inmorK. will apply to his view of obtaining the co-
nnviLLK, FLOKIOA. with the
Honor, K. R.SVfl.ntt'oantv.Iudgeof. Hrevanl ters of the famous Indian River Here Wl Washington St.: ) NEW YORK.
(aunty <'lorl'I..t lilt ..11\\.,.. III ntusvlrle, Pror- operation of the United States and
wild duck
flailing shooting, sailing 03 I N. '
I I''la, fur authority trial, the Interentn of said Mexican governments In preserving the Murray btieet. J Y. ,
EMUIX08 & ANDREWS_ : : minors, In the following 11..1111. urevaidt oui.ty, and rowing can be Indulged\ to theheart's
H Is claimed thatIf
Florida' Mz; new body of water. It
CiiminnnHitirat th 8 mth"' Ht corner of Lot content of the most fastidious the sea Is permitted to remain tho
ATTOR-lEY8.AT.T.o\W.: N'l 111, of '1I'lI'k Ml n'or'lIlIlf to the pi It Of sportsman. .
the ,,hate"feat lamefromtlloneerunBat- United Staten government will be saved Oranges Pineapples
Font PIERCE/FLA: ; Hilyriu the hue ill.llhiK, nail lot iilxtran and On the ocean bea.c"n. nearly In a direct millions of dollars that would other- ,

rl Ninth..jt aiiKlen Htreet M with' lent.Ninth Ir-im tn.RtT1 thtmin Northerly ft"t, thence at line east of Tltusvllle, Is Oanaver.al wine be expended In reclaiming nrld w

TKPIJE E. POdTEK Wexterly running parallel with Mnth ntienr, X.I Club, surrounded by over 10,300 lauds by Irrigation projects. and Florida Fruits Our Spetlalty.
trot to the I alliw, thence' Hmithorlv along theEast
cite of hamallev.: 7ft Lest 1)r the imlut I of acres of land. This property .la ownedby Major Inmnn. In discussing the subject -

ATTOKJTEr-AT-LAW o mnieni'emnnt. Haul' tract of .hand helngr situ. some of the moat prominent and said: 'yo' represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represenyou
ateil. on I....t lit of Itlnrk. 2,aiMorcllnir, to the re-
Jyat-Upchuroh Building ..lax.JACK80NVILI.IC. corded nl.it of the vlllnire of Kan Italia, and Is wealthy residents of Boston who com "Tha meteorological changes coverIng -
/ hltuatoil/ on Section III. rnwtmhlp( 27 south south to hunt every winter. all of the southwest nnd portion also. Give us a trial shipment Establlahed 80 years.

FLA. Range 37 hunt Salil. plat Imlng on file and of of northwestern Mexico which have occurred _ ____
record In, the olllrn of the Clerk of the Circuit The cool, refreshing; health-giving -*-- m- -' -- -- _.--_' -
Court,of Hrovaril county \KlorirlaKFILK as a direct result of this now In
\ ozone-laden breezes wafted across from
M l'I'rItWAKT,
A. STEWART, 17-3: Giiitrtlian.WANTBIJ land tea have been marvelous durlntt
; the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay
S the last two yearn. In a few moro G. G. MeCLINTOCK
are one of the most enjoyable feature
FIRE INSUKAXCE.: -Hy Chicago wlmloHalii and mall yenra. If the Salton sea In left undisturbed ,
of this
phenomenal location. .
nil the vast nrld west! will undergo
order hoime. ssiNtunt man'uer(man or woman) .
)Represents!o only strong and reliable for thl. OOllntv anil ailjolnlnc territory Salary' There: Is a large area of primeval a complete ('hllnJe'and will be '
f JO anil, expenses (paid weekly; expense, money -SPECIALTIES-
companies advanced Work pleuantpndtionprnnanent., ; forest and prairie land beyond the made to "blossom! like the rose.More

Office coiner Palm and fine; Streota.TITUBVILLE. No Investment or experience. required. Si are northern southern and western boundaries changes will como about than can now
time valuahlri. Write at oncernrfull particulars
i. :. FLORIDA. andoncloaesrltadrlreeaedenvelnpe.( Address, of Tltusvllle awaiting the ad. be dreamed of. On account of the increased

I O..u..rallIu8gor., 1J4 E Lake Ht., Chicago. vent of the thrifty settler to till the rainfall that has begun to fall Southern Fruits .and Vegetables. ;

fertile soil which now abounds In In the southwest the Rio Grande und

:; GENERAL DIRECTORY. game. Here can be found quail tur. other rivers will have their present

-' B B key and deer Hunting to suit the moat channels overtaxed to carry the water 815 NORTH Ki.ONT ST., .PHILADELPHIA.B3TWrlie .

U.8. SENATORS. ardent huntsman. off. Perhaps whole towns situated In
I fftlliferro. the of these streams' win be ,1: \ for Shipping Stencil.
[ ... ...Jarfrsonrlllo. valleys
Titusville has shelled street electric
I*"lli> .. .
i7. .. .Pen.aoola. forced to move to higher ground."It -
' T.Jkri'ia light a reliable bank several fine .
,
U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.rtCnrk in not at all ridiculous to attribute ;
CAPITAL $100000 EXPERIENCE 25 YEARS.
' .,.. City. 5E. P5 brick stores, a Board of Trade five this wide range of power to tho -

aii....... ,. ...Tampa. white churches large fisheries tan .
.
r 1. ar.,.,, Moutlcul o. effects of the Salton sea. Covering
t ? hare stood the test for overbo yenta, ning extract and palmetto fibre factory thousands of square mimic area In what
U. 8. LAND OFFICE the lead. 1 heir absolute .
11Chullh. ......... .................Rector.m"0" certainty and are stlltln of growth, thelruncommonly an Ice factory law and real estate of. was once a desert several) hundred feet Courtin & Golden Co. ,Y,.
\ ... ......Reoelvur. yields of delicious vrrrptahles and aces an opera house a well-organized below the level of the ocean; It will not ;
Dittoes them the most
make
at beautiful flowers,
Florida.
OalnenTllto i reliable and the moat popular every band, an armory, shooting club a large I only keep the air saturated with mon-! ':
KXECDTIVE!: DEPARTMENT where Bold by nil '*..0'! B. Brow.. .......t. ...,... ....Gnveinnr. Seed AnaucI free on requeat. of winds fruit: Ooxacxxxxlsisiloxx: : : : Morohants/: ,
''1aCrawt"rd, .......Bueretary or Staw. 0. M. FERRY & CO.. bay, besides a number of boardinghouses tvlll ,change' time direction
u V.. I,1"lti. ... ... .. . .... ..Treiwurer.. Dotrnlt. Mich. In various parts of the town. and operate' In ,a number of ways to 83& 87 FRONT HT, NEW YORK.SPECIVLTIBSiOKANOKS .

HriCroom" ...,.,,;,..;....Attorney-t.eneral... ..Comptroller, jirta The facts aa presented should harea revolutionize the climatic conditions of

tWLin I 110110.*.".... .mmieinuerAgrimdture.... Yuhlie Inotriiotlon."Brtir tendency to direct the attention of the south went." !: OltAi'KPJtUIT" AND 1.INKAP1"L138: ,
Supt. the of thollO .who believe I
It la 'theory
klmd&foeter",. ? ..t...t...*..,. .....AdJatant-Ooneral..Burvejur-Oeneral. HELP IS OFFERED many prospective visitors to our cosy that the apparent change of climatic i We ollcit your oon.tKnrnents. Stencils and rnaiket' reports

11ooe. ""."" ""..... .State Chemist.Offices town, In making their plans for the conditions In the southwest la duo to
mama" ........... ....State Bxaniluer C<" ""'Dn.-=-IY YOUNG PEOPLE furuUlied on. application.THIS .
at Tallahassee Florida. matter winter.We the Salton sea that before the advent . .. .. .
., ootly requoiit oil youn persona -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --"
I'LOJUD.oLEGISLATURE.. O'o ""t '
'Rul.on. Miami.........,...;:..Senator.. \C>>":n u tiorouKh busmeoa framinR ml tor trove l Tltusvllle, where Indian IUver Lodge Pacific ocean which were laden with ........ .
Olnetead, For Ple..e..,..Repr 8eotatlve. 'I..n.,I'' ta\r't Furcra.indr by fli-ntm-il endiTcennrt for our probable great l fortune No. 90, P. &: A. M., Indian River Chap.. moisture were unable to get across ry. KUCP HOUSC IN MIND .m- -
"r.
81TREMB COURT JUDGES. 0KUHnint 5. Doi:delny. Write today. ter! Royal Arch Miasons, Friendship the 'great expanse: of desert. The ter-

,('Mercy farter.. .. ............"..".....AeooiateJuettce.-Chlof Justice. r-ia Ga.G1i. Eu--.!a .-. College Macon C*. Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star; rifle beat from the parched arid blister

..vlor... .."... '.,'....,..,., ." and Tltusvllle! Camp No. 141, Wood- Ing sand row Into the air and dissipated : 'HEYSER'BA.LTIIVIORE. '

aUr.lto.COMMISSoS'ER FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE. men of the World meet regularly. the moisture1. This made the region

"sea' II. RroWflO, chairman......Key West The East Coast Advocate Is published to the east of the desert arid and1'unfit
KfM Rurr ... ... .. '. ....L'ttle' River.n.'tierk. for agricultural development. Occasionally .
... . .. :n.Klaelmntee' every Friday morning and by a
" :.",..;;;:;;; bfaainn, : IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND glance through.Its advertising columnsyou In the winter season clouds would IN/ID.
"l'' rterv' and offices at Tallahaaaeo, Fla. DADE COUNTIES. get across the desert and rains would ,.
can easily see who are the prominent !.
in the arid region. Since the 1
CIRCUIT COURT. SALE "*t. Luclrt and Dado merchants of who ensue COMMISSION FRUIT &. PRODUCE
;lLoneJmirOrlando ]*.........CtranltJailin. L\NI FOR land Went our town-men I thousands of square miles of desert ore
, Hrovjantlnir Attorney cllullllollJellerlptlon\ of : are up.tc>date citizens and who are covered to depth of 10 to 120
hT aru-Poitrth Monday In March. i,. of northeast and welltg! of south' now a RELIABLE PROMPT, UNSURPASSED f'ACILITJ S.
"--tourth asking for your patronage. Read the 'feet with water the moisture laden
Monday la October.BREv 10, township 3J: range: 30, 'WM.
east U: 'arc HeYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF BALTO. MD.
tlD COtlB'yY COURT. lilt :JO( 101) acres 1st. J
11"'n .. ........:.. .... County JU.IIM.ProiieonMnir West ty of northwest l-' and west % Sample copies of the Advocate wfll formerly arid region| of Arizona New ,
''hJell. ... . ..... onngibroSx : township Srnnire :! .. - . ..
.13:I part and abun -- --- -- - -
kewart. .. . ... .:.County tlorh.Mon of southwest 14,860. be sent free to any of Oanada Mexico and western Texas ---- -- --- --
'' .l acres, St. Lccle county. and the :United States upon applica dant rains are the result
,41'T".r'J'oron-8econ't Monday In .Angu.t. Northeast % of southeast>f, seo. 3, tion. The flow of water Into the Salton sea IF YOU WANT A... t ,
-Seannd Monday In NoT ml>er.urin south 41 eist
star tn..aMhlp ;1S I range: ; .
ban been railroad
-Second Monday Februarj.CliCVTY recently stopped by
close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation The Sterling, practically new, bating companies which, built vast dams. In a
8CHOOL BOARD. on St. Lucle river; 40 acres, been entirely rebuilt during the
" pastsummer
WKor.( Hiiperlntgndent( ........Titunrllle.7"K .ule county. more added year or two the water In the vast sell '
I) many rooms plttzria
,'hnaventuTe II. Ma'aburi' R. K.: Mlm, Also the northeast J of nortbe"tJ..lIeo. : erected and all modern convenience will be evaporated, and it will be des .Building Lot;
J. A. Vatter,Turnbull. Ss, ert again ;
18, township south range: installed and ha been completely to- m
COUNTy
l. COMHIftSIOSfERS.rl"ylilliiit 41 east on sonth fork of St. Ladle rurnUlexi Accommodation of the bent. ..
chairman Tlllman: Wm. R. 40 Dude county. The TitiisvllI Stable' ball I A Prote.t.IAn ,
river' ; acres. Livery it '
""'""' It. Mlot Indlauola; appl; pie was made by the new pie or a lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUI'ANCT
Fla. line lot of horse and and ,
.Vir Cocoa, T. J, (Jockuhutt, I- Apply to W. A. BALL, Stuart rigs pay making machine that I Is tended by a, man .. '
,
.'Ur W".lon are held Bret Monday In each pedal attention to the tourist and*the and three boy. and turn. out from ..Ixt.ento S LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE ,
' Otlloti Wears 1 longer"F sport eman. eighteen pi.* a minute.-N.w. Item] '
\ Fewer: ; .PINKAPPLK PLANTATION TRCHMC GARDEN "
'"IEVARD couurr orncERs.liHLy The THimvllle\ Graded High School Ala., and has It coma to this s :
: TltllRVlllel.' .. .....County JlltI'fo' ."wpr ffillons, ; taken less of 'PcvoeLe has. an efficient corps of teachers all of That mere machine should makeA We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. ,
:", ".. rituevini..!....... Fore Alt' -\d and Xlno than mixed ""Int.. Wears when bold. drat grmfo!: : teacher cerllfl-' juicy odorous apple plo ,\ f .
I".:?'"" ,Tli1"J..II'.u? > -....County Glert.. hnjlelHI} IfJ" as l"ui R its lead nod oil. stales "I.d! has a school term of eight Like mother umM to bake i Settler are (locking In but still there U room. If YOU art
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A..r.
II' I
Galpe..tTaa
',,8 .Tlt'IHVIII"' .., .. .....Tax Collector. -- month Here the children are liven The flaky crust deftly rolled.ThO'n ," '" looking this way, drop a line to rj' :
was
'dk.r.7 Titnsvlile .........: ..Treasurer.' feipdn Aon *t Instruction: free, sod prepared for ""I- lk '
PttlVTIXO: III all fitted to the tin, e''I'
Tlt".ylll.. IOB ,
dM. .".Superintendent. legia e under good moral JAS. 3rrl'Vlp..PrPII\clent.\
courses. ouodiliune E. INGRAHAM
Hive Sliced!
TI'unlll. nooahl rates. applr sugared well and spice :
"" ...Couoty Surveor. this office. '" r""" and ,
"n Tltll.YlJe.( : ;; .8h"rllr.) of work. association Were nuKlyfoldrd In.' -
'nrv' ?J --- -- - .' Then in the oven put to brown. '}> '
| TOWN ClCXCIIwl Croup.A Such lncen > '\ ST. AUOUSTI F. FLA >
. "* White & Co. a* arone! .
nn,
' mayor.7.; X. Wailer marshal John When cut all trouble war forgot. <<
,:' Itenrytsaeaee.nep0., an Stewart LOUISVILLE KY. 11, reliable medicine ao.I on* that All doubt and fear) and foe*. -
I 1'1' d. A and .....u._liar should al..aJa be kept la 'flehnuafl.tnrIm01e.II.I& ; ,
tray 'Iraq alderman D.The PrlMhard council meets ti oS M.. fareW une 1* Chamberlain Cough; Ah..l man malur the nation'. law, -.Tl EADvociTE : .

.1.,1&1..11. InODth. }jI+fi } Remedy., 1C will\ prevent the attack I( Dor other deed moat WM, JOB PRINTING OFFICEr

rr'-iVILLJr BOARD O* TRADK.n FURS given a* soon .* the child become.hoarse . Aad. tboug-tt machines. make alt things "
el '
B ,,'''1.... Pr 'ld.ntJJ. )f.D.lJon.: tmas. and Hides .4( or even after tbe croupy cough: Ixt woman*e. make. th. pleat t r ., pr .1
> Wd. ......... For sale All Dealer
, tseoretary..MedtsMeonU by
;',' in each r papear . -Ell*Af l'aDnlnc In New York 'World ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE A'rEs..
monto at heir rooms. c.-
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]BAST! COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVIliLE, FLA. DECEMBER 28. 4445 _
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President WM. :M. BBUWH, VicoPresidet

EAST COAST ADVOCATE.WBBKLTJOOBBAL [ I THE NEW YEAR. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. '!MAN AND HIS FISTSMAETERLINCK .1 AM Itll. PBITCHABD. WINSTON! S. BBAKNINO, Cashier.


\ "CloHed Im; record of and team The following-bills were examined, i _- STATE BAN
joy !
oo RIVER }
DBVOTBD.1'1.TO THE, LAZE 0BTBLomBOT Ouce more belillid us lien theoldear's "I| pioveil mill ordered paid by the Hoard ON THE: SCIENCE OF INDIAN
orar INDIA
scroll orO'Miniv' i i.mmiai>l<>ners. at their mee1Inir SELF DEFENSE.
WOTHANP BINOAVNH DAr BOTIOWI.. ; held Deot, 11)0(1!( and on account of
While frelKbieii with hope 01 clouded DEPOSITORY.
luck of apses were crowded out.4 our COUNTY' .
vsLIeltr: *. VICHY KKIDAT. with tears IHHI IHHII A fcrlbnta lu the Art or Iloxlnir: nn
Once more the pages of Ibo new : and a Authorized capital. lOOcc
OEJJFHAt; FUND Aasly.is oi liuiuun Anatomy
Entered at the Ftntofltce at Titunvllle, Florida, year uorOll"Residents M Paid up capital, $25oc
W
Clerks and I Inspect-orb of elec- 2 (If) CaiitMriMou >, the Natural ai'ona
J M MCund'olaas'matter. of BrevM'il. county il''ii: and! IH' uio ballot buxee. lit/ 1 70 of r.ui. itiku rile ouiiuui. Average deposits $200OC
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'I'itusvllir'Inelttded-wiil begin tht' . : 1250K
hrnllaa
of the Florida Prens AHoelattun. pev1| election / NX
Member ellrr\fl07 under r"vlIf"ble circuuicl A Morgan ""un'y t''m. . . '$ (I (4)( Tile fact is, that If we examine ourselves Transacts a General Banki
.] K "lot Co, Cum and milage. 10 4d well we mast taulc ourselves'
CHABLKS II, WALTOV Editor Au l>ublliherHAiur "rices.' At tt general thing, the
without the most unprotected .
.1, P Woolen 10 OO vaulty among
Wll.no.N. .. .. Supt. Composing, Rooms !;PHI| | if our I.t'tlpll) IN excellent ; T J, ( .Oockkliltt. .". <0 HO the most smoked, the niont fragile Business

in fact, toy lire' in i>nt> of the A A !MeWHit Mcn'Mintxnt. . :DO (110 the moHt brittle and flaccid beings

10 ReaalnK aanti a line.norlrun In.loon! column< flout page, heiilthirsl counties; iti th Stole J I' Kniwn uniting <'n board of lu cruiitlou. Compare us, for instance I Largest! and Oldest Bank on the Rid

Raton for dlnpliy tt ; minotrsfurpub, 500) t ky { ly vt EobaDgeJ.oupbt: and !sold! on all Foreign)
r
All:: adT rlI"lnir bills become line after firmappearance yearclosing! with vegetable I In U K Wilson sat! as enuaty. judge. "*S "0 0 equip';'od tar attack and so fuutustlc- ly ?9t > Cotmtrlea.fatronago .'

)>iilat d In of(ion MlvartNnmanunln.a M' not.$ fartien not' known ntliurwlHtntli to' in groat ubiindutice) suiuir "r and l winter W S Voi'wood .rell ..flit.r r . . 15 (.0 ally armor easud.' Contemplate ittu6jtg)/ --
will be ro'inlruil to pay for ailvorilniim In a" II' and the orange groves again! EAST COAST ADVOOATK legal others the slut upon which you may 4b. t';, : appreciated. Prompt Rewire nol i
and l favor
vanou.UUioDtlnnaujn. merchants (Clerks tillice . . 1 50 heap tell or twenty thousand times the treatment every cnnnlaumt anb>! 011wrvativ
of advt. mum he made perk bearing. The !, over the cap pupor banking granted.
k sonaily, at thia oltlre or bv writitiir. wind II A \v H Drew Co envelopes for weight of its body .without apparently COnRE81'ONDENTSIEmpire

, countyire: not complaining. .county -lodge. . . . . . . 42+6 Inconveniencing It. Consider the 'cocU-
Tho F.A.'r COAHP Ai>v(>iArn. I* ,l l.BO per an- all kmdsof businesn Is Kood. While .1"P I I HIM- j ml. 'nr . . . . . :5 00 chafer, the least robust of the beetles, Trust Company New York V yt
...... The riurldaNational flank or ,
Jackson
a
num. nixinontlm 711<'1" To .1"n Countrion. ale,1
*2Xii; r annum. Bubnorlptlonii Invariably In nor people( are nntC..nlnll/ rich, J P Iliowti keeping. court. house and weigh what It Is able to curry before spgms JacknoiiTllle, Fla.svII.4LhJ .
oo.
advance. iht-y the blessing of grounds: .P: (OOTli abdomen crackor
enjoy: greatest the ring of 1U rrlJ FLA
imvlllts\ E L Co light fur ct 1. ,

Irr"ln writing t-> the ADVOOATB for Informs good health, peace and happiness' and ot. . . . . . 10 00 theo casings of 1U fore wings, yield. --.------.- --------- .-------- -- --
. tine fir any kind, the writer will oblme by enoloieln sad) these. ere to be more e..lredtlilln W b Norwood member c-tnvHH As for tho resistance of the stag! beetle -- -------- -

< a .taiiijed-adilreiiRad| envelope. riche Ing bund . . . . . . . . ;2 00 It Is. so to speak unlimited '

r'' CheeksurntnlRrelydanEta.shonlalnmulepayable With the return of the Mltnlelorlu..try ; B K Wilson member cixnv bomd. 201 In comparison, therefore, we nudthe Notice to Pineapple Growers.

Brady A Blo indue for jail. . . 3 80 majority of manunuls are unsolldlned
to CHAKLB* It WALToNpublieher. the good ot-ople of Bra
O l K Dnren md..e for poor (arm. :J :'MI : beings still In the geliitlnuua state aud
-j. vard are again: on the road to pro*. K Oore *. {0 87! protoplasm.Our .
near to the primitive
!) Ad Tress all roramnnloatlon to parity but they should never for- Julius Kline, "- 14 7i: very
I",., leAS'OAH'r AIWOTATK.TITOIVII.I.BS skeletal alone, ,which Is, as It
'" .. FWatDA.dt get .!he lesson the freeze, taugh Wilson A Toomei' Co mdse p f. 11 00( were, the rough sketch of our definitive We ask you to write us for' samples and]
\\d' E W, Dunn cook poor farm . . 12 01))
" 1 them: -not to depend alone on thor J K Oore supt poor farm . . AO 00 form offers a certain conllltlte icy. But '''order.

dt-!-; 17. S. Department of Agriculture nge. Whatever may be the H (U UtU-y med services.at p 1. 1 (U) how retched H this skeleton whlcfiDIIU prices before placing your

: {, 1 Weather Itureau-.Tuplter, Flu' good fortune of: our people, the Pritclmid ife\; Son:: mdse poor f, . 3 :'IS would think constructed by u child:

--- ADVOCATE will hull it with delight Biadv&Uro f. .. 50 41I Look 'at our spine, the basis of our We can Make it Interesting.

, The followlnl(III a ooraparatlv state and rejoice over ,the prosperity .1 I P Uiown 'wilting on oo ct. . 8(1( ( whole 8)'Atelli. whose 111 set vertebrae
i ment temperature.. and rainfall for the J P Brown sum venires co ct. . 2:1: 10 bold together only by a miracle and

r!'i' weekending/ Tuesday, Deo. 2\: 11)00.DATK. peace and happiness that the New A A Mtewnit. reo'd tax sale 11)00 110\ I our'thoracic cage, which presents onlya The QUALITY of our goods is the best |
t )//( .- Year may bring to them.A A Stewart tax red'pl for Oct series of dlnonalwbl -h hardly
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' MAX. MIK.H'J MAX. MIN. Happy New Year to all our to Corapt etc . . . . . . . 40 we
1(1( 7.S 71 51) readers A A Stewart reo'd cert In tax dare touch with the ,pnger tips. Ask any of your neiglibors.x "Wo will tryau
non-readers and friends.
20 71t 71 HO book 11)011) . . . . . . . . 00 Now,' It Is ugitliist this slack anti incoherent -

21 73 50 72 01tt; ----------- -- John L [Hyde extinguishers. . 1 SO 00 machine which resembles an (1

o 22 W 61 711 71 A WELCOME VISITOR.The ROAD FUND DI8T. NO. 1.E abortive effort of nature, against: this

2.1: iiI! :10 HO 71 C r Jfc 8 Ci> lumber . . , 2 114' pitiful organism from' which life tendsto Save you Money on PINEAPPLE WRAPS.
U 48 :10 84: 622Ii first showoftbn M' II lioye road nod bridge win'k. 4 00 escape on every side that\ we have
bill will
51 31 fl2 60 season .
contrived of annihilating
TotAl rain fall for the week: C. Inches visit Tltimvllle, Saturday, leo llt"!> ROAD FUND 1)18T. NO 2. weapons if capable the Let us )hear- from you requesting samples -
wo possessed
. Depa ture from normal rainfall for the !Surely this Item of new will please John Brow road work. . ... 17 00 us even
week; minus .fit inches Departurefrom the young folks, the children and the E W I-ftRoohe . . . 4 M fabulous armor'case,- the prodigious and
normal rainfall since Januay t, older ones also. Sun Kiorhnrit' World'sPioitrenslve N M K"i8b .11. . . n 80 strength and the \incredible vitality of prices.SOUTIITRN.

plus 11.H4 Inches. Railroad Shows la one that RO Bums . . . 40. 001HOAD the most indestructible Insects.

HAL. 1'. llARDlN./Oaiotalln charge.:; bill a. good standing record for pienent- FUNO'DIlf. NO. 3. We hove here, It must bo agreed a -c.r: -JISD:: PAVER 00.,
lag a good performance In It line and
: 'a
curious and disconcerting
very very :
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_. Town of Eau Oallle prop road
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elevated In the
I.:' UNDER e rules Sun Brothers stages run their show good: stllctly old style on tux': 1005 . . v .,. . . . . 70 11 aberration an Initial folly, peculiar'to OFFICEAJtlemtsu ,
present
anyone the human that increasing
on '
race goes ,
business Rod moral principles. NotbliiK( ROAD FUND DIHr. NO. 4. O-a.
who is killed or Injured In playing ,.
ktt '
dully In order to return to the .
l In permitted to that will\ thepletaure
appeal: mar Oo H Singleton road work . 0 00 ......
foothill' guilty of a plain violation followed other living --- -
natural all --
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logic by -- --r---
,'k 1. of the nUepllonlly Inclined Johnson .,. . 1.11.1: : -- -- -

II;' of the ethics of the game Neither are the usual army of takers V .1 Johnson . ]11 37 things, though; we be permitted to The more that we feel ourselves disarmed lusk culled onchldlum... And In the

(often seen following In the wake of Titus Clayton hauling ., . . . ;i ((4)) use extraordinary weapons against\ our In thfnoo' of attack the more matter of eyes'this last mentioned cua-

. i shows) allowed to follow this organizAtion : s II 1'eok rock . . . . . . . 1OIl( enemies of a different order we ought are we tortured by the longing to ture is itself worthy of remark.Its .
; CANADA. points with pride to her The long standing reputation of Iilbbard[ Williams\ hauling . . 14 (MKon&ldift I among ourselves, among men to employ
to others anti to persuade ourselves cephalic or head lire like
prove \ ,eyes
{ the Hun Brothers
commerce. List "she, ihronifhout America Flake mdse for road. 4 611)
growing year only the of attack and defense ''
means
tl'.
crossed the half I billl<5n mark with Khali not bo jeopardized. by allowing any T A Robinson hauling, . :. . . 7 50( bodies. that no one attacks with impunity those of other mollusksaud not worthyof
catchpenny ulTiir. to be oooueoted with O H Hlbbs . . . . 23: 25: provided by our own Courage becomes the more special meutlou.' But its dorsal eyes
(r:: i a handsome margin to spare their show Fifty !treat celebrated ar- A P CJlenn I' II. . . . . . 2.J: 7S Were mankind to conform strictly to fretful the more intractable, In pro sometimes several hundred iu number,

i" .-- - theta will appear at every performance A Z Dixon: rook. . . . . . . . 1\ 25 the evident will of natuie, the flat portion as. our anxiously terrified Instinct are truly remarkable. These dorsal

iv I THE saloons in lltusville closed Fully two hours of rojoymtnt Is afford I', N M Fish /road work. . . . 38 05 which is'to man what its horns are to cowering within the body that eyes although they are very simple In

.v.. ed Let all attend. 0 K Key hauling: rock . . . . 3 50OAMK lie bull and its claws and teeth to the is to receivethe blows asks Itself how structure lu type are the same BI
Saturday night and !have remained Two pviformaoooit dully rain or shine I Ion, the fist should suffice for all our
WARDEN FUND. the bout will\ end. What will this poor, those of vertebrate animals, having
. closed. On 2 and 8 p tn. Watch for (grand free
Monday morning crape street parade diyof: nbo.. at 12 o'clock ; J r P Brown game warden .. : 3\; 00 needs of protection justice and re prudent luMtluct: do should the crisisgo cornea, lenses, retina and "blind pots"
, ? was hung from the door of one of noon venge. A wiser race would forbid any badly? In the vertebrate eye the spot where

r the saloons to show that Jt was In We ate expecllnir tbe arrival of a baby FINE AND FORFEITURE: FUND.A other mode of combat as an Irremlssl- It Is upon our Instinct that we relyIn the optic' nerve pierces the external
A Stewart:!' orim ct ct. 78
W.r: mourning.. : camel and If It arrives, the people uf! A A 1 Stewart pros" cu. ct 2J: 74 ble crime against the essential laws of the hour of danger; Upon our Instinct layer of the retina la sightless. ; hence It

I'.,' Itrevuid county will see a sight,camels .I 1 P Blown, co ct. 851)0I ) the specie At the end of a few generations devolve the anxiety of the attack is called the "blind spot."

: wit-h' -- :' do net an n rule, bleed In cipilvlty.'\ \ .I I P Brown com on tines " . HI 46 we should thus succeed In ; the care of the defense. But we When this mollusk sees the perlophthutmus -

r IT lu much pleasure the No Gambling or lames of chance al- J K lore }Q fine cb ct cases . 25: HO spreading and putting Into force a sort have BO often in dally life dismissed It bounding over the sands It

+;h, numerous friends of Mr. and Mrc. lowed with Son: R roll)em' Minwf. We A A Stewart core copies oo ct of panic stricken respect of human life. from the colitrol of affairs and from contracts a .t d usnnd or so of little

Henry Ai. FUgler again welcome carry our own Klecfilo Light riant. sentences for Hher I Ira . . . 4 ..0( Meanwhile the study of boxing givesus the supreme COUI11thnt\ when its bluddcrllke cells. In the skin of Its

4ym them to the East C.set of Florida. J F r liioxtn feeding' prisoners . 133: 80 excellent lessons> In humility and name Is called It comes forth from Its buck, thereby discharging a hailstorm

May they continue to come here Foreign Titles and Culture. throws a somewhat alarming light upon retreat like one grown' old Irt captivityand of minute concretions In the face of Its
j, '
, countess the forfeiture of some of our most ,
Italian visiting dazzled the of
for Recently suddenly by light enemy.
a many TIME EXTENSION TO THE
great years
f. UN country guve to the press a novel valuable Instincts.> We soon perceive day. What resolution will it take? : The fish terrified and amazed by the

r; -- reuKOiiwhy American girls want to CANAL COMPANY. that In all that concerns the use of 'Where Is It to strike at the eyes the volley turns aside, and the mollusk la

::1 THE East Coast of Florida should marry foreigners. Heretofore It Lao our limbs/-agility, dexterity, muscular stomach! the none, the temples the saved. Thus its, dorsal eyes are of

,,\ fully prepared for a big aea olJ. The matter of an extension of time for strength, resistance. to pain-we have throat? And what weapon Is it to great advantage to the'onchldlum. It
had
get been believed that titles weighty
1 Is and the time the completion of the Florida East Coast link to the lowest rank of the mammals choose-the feet the teeth the hand, Is not able like the perlophthalmus to
: It surely coming, Influence In the vast majority of cases,
canal has been satlsfactoilly adjusted between or batrn<'hlans. From this point the elbow or the nnlls? move those eyes yet situated us they

is but a short time when the crowd but tho countess Insists\ that this la not the canal company and the trim- of view, In a well conceived hierarchy lIe who knows the source of ;Justice are-all over Its back It possesses the

.I' will begin .to arrive Paint up, so. American girls she nays, choose leeR of the Internal improvement fund, we should be entitled to a modest which he holds In his two closed flats power of seeing In every direction.
the Times Union.
and make your homes .husbands because of says place between the frog and the sheep.
;; spruce up foreign simply The agie. ment Is that the trustees has no need for self persuasion: Once
1(l and city attractive and inviting to the superior' culture' of European men. hall deed to the canal company under Tbe kick of the horse the butt of the and for all he knows; longanimity em-

I,, them. ,_ __ Tills sort of talk may set American certain restrictions the lands within the bull, the bite of the dog, are mechanically anates like a peaceful flower from bin Where Wo-.n..n Will Vote.

young men Inquiring ivn to the pnrtlcu- claimed reservation, the canal company and anatomically perfect. It wouldbe ideal but certain victory. The grossest In Colorado, Idaho Utah and Wyoming
agreeing to adjust the differences ,between Impossible to improve by the most women will vote equal terms
of timer Insult on
WHAT ID the use wasting mar faults. of the homemade brand of > cannot Iripnlr h's! Indulgent
the lands deeded to the canal learned lessons, their instinctive manner with .men on Nov. 6. In Kansas women
unknown articles when those suille. Peaceably I he awaits the first
over culture It lias bceu supposed hitherto
company ID errors and the lands Hold to of using their natural
officers
weapons
net of mid may vote for municipal
violence Is able to to all
that are advertised are sought thnt American frankness, honesty and settlers within the reservation, by payment lot we, the "homlnlans" the proudest ( say and In twenty-five other states they
the ? of *:>(5OOO to the trustees, the conIlllonii that offend him "Thus far shall you
\ after by purchasing public genuine manliness would outweigh anymore or the primates do not know how to have a limited suffrage.
being an Immediate deed to 200XI ,- go and no further. A single mnz'cmovement !
Quick sales and pleased patrons veneer of studied politeness or strike a blow with our flstl! We do not ,
( acres to enable the company to pro- steps the Insolence. Why
are the ambition of every merchant limo superficialities\ that come with edu acute time work, and the placing In es- ; even know which exactly Is the. wrap make this moMmicnt? HP ceases even Long Tennessee Fight.

,' If you want to increase cation In a foreign capital. Hut of cow (he deeds for 231,000: : ( acres to be delivered on of our kind. to think of It, no certain Is its: efficacy. For twenty years' L. Baa l'A.of Bulls,

your business, advertise in the AD. course this visiting countess knows partly as the work progressesAnd Look tit two draymen two peasants, And It Is with a sense of shame, as Tens. fought nasal catarrh He wiitcx:
entirely upon completion of I lie who come to blows. Nothing could be "The swelling: and soreness inside i my
,,; VOO.\TE. _________ or thinks she knows what constitutesreal of one striking a defenseless: child,
____ anal wlihln a period of five years Into more pitiable.! After n copious and dilatory none was fearful till I began: nH>lyl"KBucfclen't
culture. Doubtless the noblo the St. Johns river Instead of as forma that in the last extremity he at surface
t Rs broadside of insults and threats Arnica Salve to the Note
TUB Florida Coast! Hotel! Count Ron I de Castellan* would answer I IT contemplated. they seize each other by the throat and length retires! tJ raise ng-ilnst: : the ; Ibis caused the soreness and swelling -

System, anticipating not only a to bar Idonl. This change ol loute' wait ah Irapor- hair make play with their feet with most powerful brute the sovereign l<> dlHappenr/Dever to return'' Bert
'aDt motor 10 lirducing the trustees, to hand that regrets beforehand Its too naive In the Red Cro s
existence. 25o; at
but have ,
great, an early season, an. If tile rountcns would prove her assertion their knees At random bite each other
complete this agreement. easy victor)'.Maurice Maeterlinck I"b[
noune"rI tho open Ing of their hotels n I1tml'rlcan girls"marry for scratch each other get entangled in lmarmsoy.'q
In view of the veto vf the bill by the Translated by A. T. de !Mattes in ,. -
earlier than usual. This company 'llVll'rs simply for the brand of culture last legislature. granting an extension of their motionless 'rage, dare not let London Mall. '

is in close touch with.tho travellug they receive let Ver bring over a hue, the trustees assured the canal go, and if one of them succeed in releasing Stanley Iitching.

, public and l are In a position to lumbor of Europeans who have Vultnro. company that they would In future consider an arm be strikes !out .blindly
and do full whatever TWO QUEER CREATURES.A
justice to
.
and most often into a series of
of the ordinary space -Dealer In-
in advance
know bit no titles. Let them be put on claim the company had la tbe Judgment
burned, stunted and sputtering little
channels, just\ what the travel will l the market and advertised as bargains of the trustees. lows. Nor would tho combat ever end Fl.with n UeaVrvitlr; and Its Favorite FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS

be. In European culture and see how many Prey
dId not the treacherous
knife evoked Tobacco Camsand
Pipes Candles Fancy
,. ,. -- '- - --- of them will tie married in a year. IfEuropean Night Train Service. 'by-the disgrace of the incongruous The queerest: of all queer eyed aril, Temperance, Drinks.

', FLORIDA orange growers are now fortune hunters had to de- sight! suddenly, almost spontaneously male'" Is the pertoputualmus, a fish inhabiting The following brands of cigars delivered
;
m"rkf'tlngth4'lrrrl1lt'nhr <' quantities pond solely on their culture to contract Effective, Sunday; Nov IStb, the Atlantic leap from the pocket of one or the other, the coasts of China Japan .. at $:J.25 per box: of 50:

:"i1? .. but it will not be long ero rich alliances there would be very littl train service Coast Line between will inaugurate Jacksonville night l St.: On the contrary watch two pugilistsno eastern India the Africa.Malayau archipelago" undV Uumboldt, Key West Smokers Tiemos,

j 1" thO' Oenef.hl' .a growers of the E,,.t !t> American money going abroad to Petersburg/ and Intermediate points '- useless words, no groping*" no an.ger This strange creature when in pursuit Crerno Cubanas, i'ohalnkl. a

U I.' Coast will follow, Along the In. patch up decayed European estates. It This train will have a sleeping car, leave ; the calmness of two certainties of Its: prey leaves tho sea and Flinch Cards 50c.; Hand Made Palmetto
that know '
what lies before them the
11- dlan River the acreage is larger, lit the title that attracts certain 'American ng: Jacksonville at 0:20 p. m., making ; conies out on the sands. thus existingfor Hats, ':USo. .\.
evening\ connections, arriving In St. athletic attitude of the guard one of STUART. -. FLORID.T
1, the outlook brighter, and more heiresses a large proportion of. Petersburg ajt 8:30 tbe next morning. the ,finest of the male body. The defeated the greater jiortlou! of its life In an -

'; men are engaged! : In the vegetable whom rue the day they'surrenderer1 This sleeper will be returned'to Jackson- man will rise to Ms feet with no element which According to the nature

(' industry than in any former year hand and fortune for It. villa, reiioUing Jacksonville .at seven. lasting damage because the resistance of things ought to be fatal to It. ..+NNNNNNNNN111Waaatecl $

-- First train. la Jacksonville the The lows of evolution have however : .
arriving
v but these growers must. have a market ot his bones and his organs Is strictly

t and the wider the distribution The rent fact*.nhout the marriage of, 'Oth.Effective fInd naturally proportioned to tne power eminently prepared It for Its .peculiar, !11
Xov. I2th tbe Atlantic Coast mode of
. life. Its gill cu\ltie
i
the less will be the chance for gluts Raracnes II. 4.000 years ago are just wlllioalllturate through sleeping of the human weapon that baa large that when are so i
being; brought to light There Is no lu. struck him and brought him to the It abandons the sea
and depressed rourkets. It is rather oar service on train 21 and $d. It carries In them
a of
quantity water +
that It will outrivalthe Train 21 leaving Jacksonville at 0 round. i .
late for to look connections dlcutlou. however ; P. which
many up Ooultl-Ciiatelliine affair;: m: mnklng all evening. connections sr- It may loom paradoxical, but the fact yields lip the necessary supplyof L.ve ': :

. and many who are new in riving at Kt. Myers the next day at 12:40.: I. easily established that the science of oxygen.

the Industry are unknown to the I IIIh. sleen' r "IIl b. returned to J.ckonvllle boxing In those countries where It la Its locomotion has been provided for 2 a AIIigator. !

. trade at large. .In this there lies a Out of the twelve members of the first train Nor. 14th. generally practice and cultivated becomes likewise for continued uue along certain i .' .

certain! percentage of dungT to the French catilnet eight are newspaper With these change the Atlantic CoastLine a pledge of reace and gentle- lines has so developed Its pectoral .
has Inaugurated the principle' ..In.tOI' fins that :
leading markets. It would be a men-that ItI, they were newspapermen ess. Our aggressive! nervousness our the creature uses them as J
tobedule, with rullman car service leg and HIGHEST PJ1IOES
and watchful finsoeptlblll-y, that sort or' ,. Jumps along at a surprising: .
good thing if all coujd contract until they became Journalists on both rooming and evening trains toall rate of +
their crops in advance, so that cabinet material points reached by their line between perpetual state of ahvm' in which our and speed. Its eyes are very large : PAID. .
prominent
jealous vanity all these and possess for a fish :
house would know'what it aoksonvllle and St. Petersburg Jack. moves arise t
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the
every onvllle and Tampa and Jacksonville and at bottom from the sense of our weakness i peculiar faculty of looking aroundon *

coul'depend upon add every grower It Isn't fair to sneer at Richard Hard- Ft. Myers. and of our phyacal Inferiority, all sides; hence its name, perlopb- '.

know in advance,where he would Ing Davis because he proposes to spend which toil aa best they may to overawe thMmu, These eyes are situated on i OSKY: :

1 lr'; ship.. Ibis is Impossible, and yet but a week in Culm to set material for Jon PRINTING: of all kinds done at by a proud and Irritable mask top of the animal's head and present avery .

:t.f many claim that the problem'veanbe a IHK>TC. Davis helped put Cuba on tb* this office' at reasonable rates. Give he men often chnrlUlu unjust and protettque appearance. Z Jacksonville. Fla. *
partially solved. I I usa share of your work. malevolent that surround us. The favorite food of this fish says
map. the Medical Record, is a naked mol- .........+.....NNN*1+**
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!MST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE FLA. DECEMBER 28, 1906. ," 5 w



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Stuart.
EASTMAN JOHNSON.
Waltoh
G.

' EA.ST COAST 2STE-WS. IIVn. Once Invited to lie Court Percy ,

Oeo. T. Gosling arrived on Monday fnlnter at The Ilairu

******************** i night Rolland, the country above all others aritl3J3T7-3.il: F a_

Dr C. C. Felgel has been bere attending to which art owes gratitude for the ,

: to his patients tbls week. creation and maintenance of antic traditions
Nowsv Notes Contributed: : bv Our Regular \f
of rendered a signal
The fish business took a decided jump painting, .

Corps of East Coast Correspondents.send .. this week, both houses doing a big buntness. service to Auwrlean art In tbe middleof FIRE AND TORNADO '
the hut century In the solid tucUnlcal INSURANCE.

.. ... .NNNNON1..1tONN. .. *._.................. - -.... 'J be launch Pauline has been laid training which It gave to Eastman .
___........... up
fur several days at New River Inlet, owing Johnson. t' r
to some trouble to,her machinery. Tim education of our earlier painters
Please send all communications PAYMENT OF I.OSSEii,
RELIABLE COMPANIES. PROMPT
r
Eau Gallie. bad lu'eii various. When Uiu nineteenth
items for publication to "Editor, Ilermon Bentel, proprietor of the Stuart
d century wits neuritis/ middle period'Hifi'e ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED. 1 y
bakery, will commence' the ereel ion SLOWEST RATES.
Fla.
VOCATE, Titusvllle, ( exodus ot studentsto
of a big, two-story building: Avenue was a general
C, in (the near future. Dusseldorf! find It was to pursue Ills
i We cannot guarantee to publish SARAH C. HO)0801'1I'IICI N ANa 8UR
J that in 1840! Eastman ,
there
Jf o < studies
KOI I. Bmi l aJlle, Florida.Cold The Town of Munrt badly In need
e liens tbac do nut reach, this office before ---- of a bmcherts shop There is plenty of Johnson! took ship: for Europe HANDLED ON

xmon Tlmradajs. WII\" e.1J /Sunday and Monday biiKlncHs here to make! one pay, and tbe Tlio vessel ou which Johiixou: Hulled REAL ESTATE i
Ins", with Homo frost .. at
" * light mum could make money. bound for Ant'rp.Va. detained COMMISSION.lour .

" I Will respondents oblige us by Miss\ Minnie Iinforili will be tbe Air and Mra. J. C. ll.incook and Piedeilck Flushing and it Ii to I IM regretted that ,

ling the Q mea of people and places gullet of her slater, Mis. harry Ilodffson.ibis spent (Jh rial mas Day with W. II.IlairU no written record has been made of
f winter, and 1 wife, ibbuls., As all trains the story which .Tolmsou delighted to

1 u plainly as potmible- Ed. Uraddock iippnr ClnlsrmiH with wale I'''" (1) Tuesday: they returned tell, and told no well, ot bow ho and Business Respectfully Solicited. ,

his. family In Kan Gailie, returning to home HI eight; o'clock nil Wednesday. bin comrade George Henry Hall who {N

GIFTS FOll Till!: NK\V T An. 'dIILlloo! Wednesday Mrs. Arthur 1', Hopartb entertained a survives him Impatient young pilgrims Reference: Indian River State Bank, Tltusvllle\ Fh. '; il

Miss' Anna Danforrh arrived In Eau number of young ladies on Wednesday desiring to plunge nt once luto .. .- .. . - .- -. . . . - .. .
I Hall l love's. elft of grace or power Gailie from Lima, 0 on Fllday last, afternoon They had ice oieani au.j the iiromltied land of nrt-left the vessel I h
I i"f Reread. before my orml1 this. hour and will spend the winter with her sister cake, and spent the afternoon on the and ignorant of the language and
claim life's bent ,
nhoiild t all dower?
1 iruat Dtwr. God, how should I know? Mrs\ Harry 1I0 gsoo. lawn, playing: games/ Mrs J C. Hancock customs) of the country, trudged on foot WE :
attainted Mrs. Hogarth In entertaining the river Scheldt toward their
.ailing love from nun to sun? G, W. Hopkins, Mrs Hopkins and the little folks.! along
J rnfHllinK wealth, In bonor won? gonl.

I Cufiullnir Nay;ln nil. ltt of-these all KlftR may la RO.oca, ? Mr.Mills\ and Agnes Mrs.Hopkins J. E. M.are Hodgson the guests, at 1'lno-of Tbe recent cold wave did very little On tlielr way each step revealed totholr

wood Lodge this week. damage to pines at this place on Mon neworld ('ft'R'Rome detail filled
I fur love, that comes our lives. to bleu" OFFER
I The thermometer went %
I Muni evermore he counted! leas Mr day morning."" with romance end promise; until titternightfall 4 "
I lngr co,nod mlfrbtaiul tIIud"rne.s" and Mrs. C. C Plngrey, of Dele- down to :3:2 J:! degrees on Monday, 3r: on they found thl'mAt'betore! .
1 limn glfo that from us How \ van, N. Y are now settled in their cot. Tuesday, and :tl! on Wednesday. Tomato -
of the city of Antwerp
I Iud health. the tender onl may drain tage: on the corner of Young and Houston plum, and other vegetation quite HA the cloned gates walled town
I of power tel share the sufferers' pain; streets, for the winter. tender, are all right up to the time of which was<< then a DEPOSITORS
I ind itreiiKtU; In weukciBun, |K>wer Is vain, the mailing of theca Items. obedient! to tho old custom of curfew. ,
Thai"Houlhea no human woe. Jno. Edwards, sailing master on Dr. I\U" In conflictIng .
After amusing/ parley
I in1(!wealth of treasure, land or cold/: Weld's houseboat, Wild Duck, Is In Eau ton7uei the capital of Flemish art
[ IionlyawHHt to have %' , 1'0 t IIUHB whoaa mercies manifold Doctor's boat hoagie in Hodgson's yard. received them kindly,
In ceaseless gifts o'ertlow. Dr. Felgel ball been here filling and ex- ward the nrt 01' Flanders. mud Holland

I So,from the daullnp>, tempting three Preparations for tbe arrival of the trading teeth painlessly (to hlmneli\ ). undo: BO direct and sympathetic nn uppenl -
I How can 1 ohcxiHeT Choone Thou for ine, Kentucky Mlllltary Institute are now In system of
I Utve or withhold, but let me be going on at Sarno: and Hotel du Nil, and Contractor Klopp has a large: force of to Jobi\son that his sojourn
Content Oo more sleeping rooms are being added
as .
I Ova love until I love outpnur- rapidly as possible.Mr and'Us' lessons had little or no visible BANKING BY MAIL -:
.
I
these wlione
lite( tlmt hearts are sore
feel ] The Stuart House bus been repaintedand effect on lift llfework.
I way | fOr them I suffer. more and Mrs.' G. M. Kobblns and
Than, for small put la Iirst clans older for.the winter lift earlier student "stage, 1'nFL.I. he
my own woe, family, tf Tltusvllle, took In tbe Clnlstma makes this bank a practical depository for you -
I fllve wealth,but not for selfish groecl tiee at the Methodist church Mon season. "settled, at The Hague, whew' Ills suecesn )

I I ftlveThou W.oltll fur Thyself the sadworld's, then ricli pain Indeed and ,need; day eve. They spent Christmas Day Both the East Coast Fish Co., and the wna! BO marked that when after annbrence -BOOKlet explalnt It-WrIte to-day-

All else rutty: come or go. with Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddlsoo, of E. J. Ktcou Fish Co., aie doing a big of long duration ho determined - ,
our town. business these days. to return to the Tutted States his
carried out In Our institution is supervised by the
patriotic purpose wilts
Chaa. McPherson bag had his riverfront
Rockledge.J Malabar. residence painted. S.: S. Stanley: the face of a temptation to accept the United States Government,

bad charge of the woik. formul'proffer of tho' position. of court Managed by a strong Board of Directors, an d

J Iloke la quite lbk. Dr. IlughlettIs Chas. Scbuyler,. of Jensen, was here Two oar loads of pineapples were painter nt The Hague./ -Hcrlbner'B. your money in ourSAVfNGS ,t

attending her. last weok, spending a few days with bill shipped from this point, Tuesday. The
1 Prof. Wakeflefd spent Christmas at the father, E. W. Scbuyler.The fall crop Is tile heaviest known Th. Will For the Deed.After DEPARTMENTis
Cobb who had
pome of K. E. Mima.J. Misses Julia/ and Frances Arnold Oeo. Goillrig: Is' expected to arrive this called In Mills her I.avlnlti nephew, Frederic, Cobb.nttornf'f as safe as Government bonds.

II. Derby, Jr, Is spending the, holl- have gone to !'It.. Augustine to attend week. Mr. Simpson had his race boat Ht law to draw her will had .
aye with hie parents.Mrs. I the teachers' convention. '1 bey will al- out this week getting It in running order. and
made bequests to beloved relative
L. W, Bittenfleld bun been on the I sit have a,small party. Gen. B. Lamar, o. hler of tbe First friend. and to unknown Individual. The First National 1 Bank

ick lint, the past ween. Reader, are you a subscriber to tbe Xailonil l Bank pi St. Augustine, arrived whom she admired, and had remembered : .
Monday and
here last
ADVOCATE ? If not turn over new / spent Tuesdaywith
a
The cold wave of Sunday and Monday his friend, J. 0, Hancock. her pet charities, she began on
leaf, and subscribe for It. Tbe EAST COR. 12TH ST. A AVE C.Miami .
ighta havoo with all tbe tender Institutions.
played religion<<
COAST: ADVOCATE Is the largest weekly W launch his
II. Be"aeyexpects to "
hints and shrubs. "Now there's the First Baptist, she
on this coast ::: Flaw
paper new freight boat In a few days. She IH34x10 .
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. !Salmon were MrArnold's boarders left : about ten tone capacity and will Raid enthusiastically.! "I don't wantto

lIe ta of tbelr old time friend., Mr. and their", respective numerous homes to spend the be propelled t by a 12 b. p. JAmb motor. leave anything to the church proper, ASSETS $500,000, 2,000, Individual Depositors'

Irs. Averlll, on Chrietmas.Albert Curlstmas. holidays There were judges, The Danfortb house hits just receiveda because It l is,i the richest In town nut ------ ____-.__- _._. --- .- .... _. -_. .- . .. _ -._ ------.. ..-
BlaKslee,, of New Haven, Conn, lawyers and doctors In thejorowd.: They new coat of paint and has been placed I want you to put down $1..10 for :Mr. ,x
spending the holidays with his grandarents will be back in about three ,weeks. In order from top to bottom. This house Blcknell a* slight recognition of his

Mr. and Mrs. O.< W, BUkslee, Is one of the moat popular hotels on tbe casual service to my noul. And"- TEEESFrom

Dr. Edgar D. VanCleft, wife and A Western Wonder. East Coast of Florida. Hut.. nunty," began the lawyer nephew -

,ujRbter, of Oneonto. N. Y., were withIr. There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., tbat's Avenue never looked all busy as It ,. who hud long been striving! to

and Mrs. D. P. Ilolmon fur Christ- twice as big as last year. Tbls wonder does now. A gang: of workmen are busy apeak."What's, Ockhwaha are giving| | greatest satisfaction! to our bun- '.'
lall. tbe M. E church lot making stone WI'onglOW, Freddy demanded Nurseries
is W, L. 11111. who from d weight ot 90 on 'dreda of ooatomor.lo Florida. They always
blocks for the church R, L. Bevllle Miss Lat hdn. "Isn't 'caaualcr'I'e' '
Mr pounds baa to 180. He new ;
and C 1>. Provost, of Ceorgiana, grown over says:
Is residence the foot of grow, and they; always bear fruit true to name of variety..
njoyed Christmas dinner with Mrs. "I suffered with a terrible cough, and erecting a new at nil right? It Is precisely what

'rovoHt's patents, Mr, and ,Mrs., E M. doctors gave me up to die of consumplon. the avenue; J. Y. !Spiers Has purchased 1 mean. I am a member of Mr. Mar
lot the and all the in In planting groves now, think of the future !
avenue
a on property
reuse : .' I wan reduced to 00 pounds, when vin's church-nnd I shall remember Some satisfaction this
I[ began taking Dr. King's New Discovery owners are clem'Ing:and cleaning up their filter but Mr Blck- 'TIlE SUCCESS OF YOUR INVESTMENT

Miss Ioul"t.! Powe and her friends, for consumption, coughs and colds. lots for tilt winter season blm handsomely have -done me much depends on tbe trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE:: but come to-
uoll'H sermons
11. left
rs U: Kldd and Miss Mirror, "
Now, after taking 12: botteles, I have The Stuart House which has been
,
it Friday, to spend Christmas week at good, and I have heard hlrn-'ell. perhaps Treos gu"ranteed to deaf -
than doubled in and t
Aim more weight am Closed for some time on account of tbe Headquarters for Reliable Trees ivoIts
eacb. ten times In all, so I tlxluk 'cas
completely cured. Only sure cough death of Mrs. Kltohlncr, was reopenedlast Uoatloo In /good order, tl\ey
Mrs. E. ber sister and cold cure. Guaranteed by the Ked ual service just expresses it. But If
A Cbatfleld visited Monday morning. ;I Stanley Hitching don't we replace1 them. NO WHITE FLY
,
m. Parson, at DeLaod, last week, re- Cross Pharmacy. Loo and f 1.00. Trial has leased the property and Ming FlorIda you tliluk It doesn't or that It would \

rning Friday, her mother, Mrs. Brack, bottle free. Kltchlng will be tbe hostess for the make trouble put down the legal equiv ADPRFHH '

'companylug her coming season. This house has always alent.- 0 W. CONNER Prop'r. .

We are informed that H. J. Rossiter, Fort Pierce. been very popular with the traveling: "Ifit, not the phraseology, auuty, but .F
ho for the past ten winters has been public, which will be pleased to learn Its your estate. You haven't sufficient
doors are again TANGERINE, FLORIDA. ,
ir photographer: cannot be with us this open. property to make so many and, such
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inter, on account of the extreme Illness St. Lucle county Is claimed to be tbe largo (11; ttll." -- -- r

m his wife.> banner county In tbe stare. The editorof New Cure for l IJllepJ.l)'. "Oh I know that as \\'C1l11l1 you do,"

I James Baker and this paper has some land for sale In with Impa Lorillard Boat
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. J.'B.' Waterman of Watertown O. Miss I-avlnla eald, gentle : Co.
that lie will sell It for ,
county cheap
Biker'of Aberdeen Md. and 0. f. want to allow nil ,
Rural free delivery, writes: "My daughter tience. "I Just my ,
aah. Tbls land will, no doubt treble
,
of
ayles.and Kentucky, arrived here, Satur 10 value In a short time. Now Is your afflicted for years with epilepsy, was frlendu how' I feel toward them. You; TITUSVII-LE, JORIDA .

ay osldence, are on occupying Barton : Baker's new time to buy and hold it..as tbe pineapple cured by Dr. King's New Life Tills. She D(-('tln't look so-so-Judicial, Freddy. --'---- '
avenue. plantations are rapidly extending.-Address has not had an attack for over two It's my will, not; yours."Youth's. Com AOENT FOR THE- -IF YOU WISH TO- : t

Chas. Dwyer, of Brooklyn, N. T., one Cba II. Walton, Tltusville, Fla. years." Best body cleansers and life panion. '
f the owners of the Hotel Indian River giving tonlo pills on earth. 25o; at the TERMAAT & MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOAT <':

Iopert was here, last week, and said Red Cross Pharmacy. A Problem at (:mbrlda*. ,
mt J. V.Jordan would probablybehere Halo is badly needed In this section.Mr. tbe British MARINE OASOTJNE ENGINES.
l lit to When Lord Ilayleleb", Or lease or store one, write us for terms
>out January manager the hotel
tie winter. Coon, of Jensen, was a pleasant Ueorglana. scientist. was a student at Cambridgethe 'o" '
visitor In town Wednesday examiners ,set among other problems
Rev. Paul Hickok, of Delaware, O., one which they based on an ar Boats Repaired and PaintedAgents
reached a very able Christmas sermon Mr. Gilmore and party were up from Dr. Wittfeld took dinner Christmas title'In German mathematical periodical 11
i tbe Presbyterian churob, last !Sunday. Jensen, Wednesday afternoon, trading at day with Mr and Mrs Undaberry.
I r. Hickok and his charming wife the various stores. supposed unlikely to have penetrated for tbe 'Moore Motor, The
are Mr. Pierce had quite a serious fall oa to Cambridge. OnlY two men .8.S
.
i ait Ing their friends friend, Mr. and Each church here Intends having, Hartford, The Auto-Marine and District
[Irs. E. W. Battenfleld. Monday, but was much better, Tuesday.Tbe solved It, Mr. Btutt (Lord Kaylclgb) .-
Christmas tree, some on ,Monday and Agent; for the Lntbrop.
cold spell has not Injured our and another. The examiners: asked the rokam
D. P. Holmes will begin some on Tuesday.
running his oranges. It did not Last .nag enough. other man about this problem. "Ob,"
nb launch, tbe Buena Ventura, on Jan- Mr. Llsh, of Troy, N. C:, arrived her Some bananas 1e
were damaged be said, "I take the (mentioning aio Engines Installed and
lat between Repaired
try Georglana/Rockledge: Wednesday, and has accepted a position
ocoa and Indlanola. It will be a great at I'. P. Cobb'si atore. Mrs.; Pierce, Mrs. Klngsley and her the name of the periodical), and I was : d:;::ak"o
icomntodatlon to the people along the daughter, Mrs. Hunt Miss Peaobey and very glad to, find that thanks. to an ... BY COMPETENT WORKMEN.
"ute, and tbe fare la very low.. Rev: Toinpkles returned from Confer. Miss Hattie Bower called upon '.Mrs. article In the last numter. that: problem .: .
ference, Mond_y. lie bas been appointed on Wednesday afternoon. out easily." When Mr.Strutt's .
Train No. 73 which arrives here came quite Q// ::
at to the charge* at Palmetto, on the 2 KIT-ALL WORK GUARANTEED.Prices .
"20 p. m., ram Into an open switch and West. Coast. 'J heir friend here A pair of hawks have been feasting turn came they expected a -
many
0)
10 engine led the track, nearly burying/ regret to see them leave as. on Uncle lIu hle'. chickens for some similar/ answer, but he astonished .u-aS as low" as' Is consistent with d,

self In the sand and turned partly over, time. He caught one of them In a steel them by replying: "Tbe fact Is, gentle The engine that without good workmanship. Terms CASI1.I '
Tuesday. None of the coaches) left The remains of Mr.-8. A. Tree were trap two weeks ago, by setting It and men, that I sometimes contribute to runs repairs.
u a track, and there was no one injured. brought here Tuesday morning, and the covering It with feathers. But on Monday -, and I could not help feeling greatly ._ _.. --- ---- -------_-_-_- ..__.. n .. _____._ ... .._____ .. _____._____A

t is remarkable bow persons have not Masons conducted the funeral services, he beat that. He beard the hen flattered that you should have ....................... .. ..........................
eon injured on tbls road. which were held In tbe afternoon., Mr. making a noise, and as he ran, b. pickedup
Free was) ruo'over by a train at Jupiter, a small oak stick, 20 Inches long; the thought my little problem worthy" of a :: Xgn..1.'t:10n.: : : XJ.evttoiryZDoltet. : *
Monday afternoon. He 'leaves a wife hawk was so busy killing the hen that place In this examination. He was obtainable a
: .. The hlKhmt type of dry cell thai the purest material << ,
Outwit The.Burgeon. and daughter to mourn his loss. The lie neither saw nor beard anything else awarded the prize. .. .. eon Itlned with the iMlta process of iramifarture can proem*. it
A complication of- female troubles. bereaved ones have our deepest sympathy until be got.a whack with the stick The aF 'I (*UA RA 'IY.IJJ!: <-an .n.not,, 13 Volin. The only hitch. Amperage bell that will stand l ll. without running down. <<
In their trouble Freak Chicken That llao<.. NC DCtxe
Ith oatarrh of the stomach and bowels, second blow killed the hawk. PKK8IST1NO AMPKltAUKI :
::
ad reduced Mrs Tbos. S. Austin, of Rev.. James White and bin little granddaughter Mrs. Ellen Elliott of Uockdale, Pa., ; !moa a marked charsoterlttlii of all Dnlts huttm-len. Nt other cell ,eavenwortb, Ind., to such a deplorable celebrated their birthdays together Is the possessor of a freak chicken, will maintain lu orlxloal amperage for the .h..e InOt Unite time a,
onditlon that her doctor advlAed an IIow'H This? on Dec. 10th-Mr. While his ti3rd: which: ) was batched a few days ago, that lho ....lIs will etand. .-XW XX

'peration; but ber huaband We offer One Hundred Dollars: Reward and little Helen Bower her 1st-at the says a dispatch from Chester, Pa. The wy i 8UIITAIo/EIJ VOLTAGE
tryylElectrio Z Important feature of all Delta hattert.. lit tlivlr ,
fflults t Avery extremely
postponed this *
to
,liters for any cue of Catarrh that cannot be home t>f eke little lady's) parents, Mr. fowl Is half chicken halt owl find I '''internal.. renliitaiice' anil lm ;and to tbe amazement of all who oared by Ball's Catarrh. Cure F. J. and Mr*. Hervey. Bower, In Kockled**. shows little signs of life except at i "" tag ID a strong snd. l smtalulnir *l ntra m..tle lame when the bat :: ,
new her, this medicine completely Mr and Mrs. White and Mrs. Bot _ er7 U being drawn oa. Luau} LifE (fcl.Ln; -Til E: DKLTA.
ured her. Guaranteed CURNEY: t Co..' Toledo, O. t night, when It makes a peculiar, Incessant _-- -1 f <<
kidney disease biliousness cure for torpidver We, the undersigned, have known f. and daughter went over on Mr. Rogero'sboat bowL It has the owl's curved : :RON1]..L7::>> d;) FXSa.Ei : f"I'
,
'!ice,chills and fever, /general debility, Jaun- J. Cheney for the last 19 rears And believe to take dinner with the little MUs, bend and booked beak, also the large, | SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTINQ AGENTS. :i;c
him honorable tbe dR Several
In all business returning same photo
perfectly ,
When i CJooonJT'lfv.: t
ervousnena: and blond poisoning. JBeetnio staring eyes. the chick walks *
of themost
the
transaction and financially able to graphs party were taken
> lua ev Price 5 Oo> at tbe Ked Cross tbe Its feet overstep each other as It SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADE- :K
carry oat, any obligations: made by him Interesting one being four gen
'barmao)'. Try It: firm. WAUMST. Kr Y..Y.t MARVIN, erations. Little Miss Hellen received walking a chalk line. **************************.************************* j

< Wholesale DrugglsU. Toledo 0 some beautiful presents. -

!Shoe Ilepatrfng.I HalT. Catarrh Core I la taken Internally M*. mt' n .tlar. '
:R.xJjJr :]: :' I.SErI.JIDS.: ::
blood .nri :
acting: directly upon the Cleaning and l-re..JoJC. "De man who takes hlsse'f ..erlou,17flTel"J" ,
-
mueous) surfaces of the svstem. Testimonials : "
minute of his
do all kinds of boot and shoe repair sent free. Price 7>>o. per bottle life, said Uncle ORANGE'' GROWERS have 100,000 bride budded on five year old Sour ,,

rig, and do not forget It. Opposite Jan. Sold by all Druggist All work done update, Call and Even "allus gits to be one of, two Orange, Rough Lemon and Trlfollata stock. Kino healthy tree and prices low* r s

ritchard A Son A.XDREW Grnscx.Tltiisvllle Take !Hall's Family Pill for ,constlpaHon. -' lee me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor things-a hero or a Joke.'VWashlngtou Send forcntalogoe. J. A. DANIEL. Proprietor. a;

Flat" Barbershop, on Washington: av.ooe.I I Star. WINTER: HAVEX, FI.A.I '



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, ing power per acre, just as a "- ,. \ . (....... ...,. .,..',," ,-,
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9" ; boiler has so much horse-power per ,',", ' .,>. ,' .' {, ,11-,< -. {o N; "# "':.'1.',[ 'I'r.
"ft'. t. ;\ -, \ : ,
v foot. To keep this growing- .. ,. "', ,
f square ." ':"
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the maximum must .....' I .
to you
power up fi \
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+ keep the soil supplied with the necessary ""ft F.i .' .. !,;..'
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fertilizing elements, just as you !! I "-
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11 must keep the boiler supplied with fuel and water. Therefore, use . ., : .

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yield of oranges i* impossible without a good r '
maximum t F. E. C. RAILWAY.
fertilizer containingat A
soil. complete
supply of Potash in the A. .
used dc,4tstafl''
least 10 per cent. of Potash should be ,r .

j 't"! We want to send you our free booklet, "Orange Culture.

\ Write for it if interested. in growing oranges.

GERMAN KALI WORKS
New YorkfII..u Strwt. or Atlanta <1..-K14 C.ndler Building

. Four Sailings Each "Week. . .
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., A WATER-GARDEN.Wntr AN EARLY PEACH. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORE Now 'Time-table. will "app'carJ hero in


,I Lille and llxnclnlhn With Wheeler a and Texnr Ship.VelI.Variety.Handaome Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .. "

j ... '\ Wild Growliiic S..d.. The Early Wheeler peach which in the Coastwise Service ; January : ,
i Every one recognizes. the charm of a The Finest Steamships '
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sometimes runs "four to the foot" and .,. : "
pool of water In which there are a ;, "
few goldft h. Add, to this. pool a few of which. "a hatful" Is Illustrated by ClycH New England and Southern Lines. ' Farm n nil Ranch has hud Home very
bervlce Between
water llllps scleutlflenlly known annymplmeag Direct
;, good thing said about It. At n meet. .
r L.. ; a few water hyacinths for( Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. \

,, ) : .' a (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) For 'Schedule, Rates' and Information
8KMI-WEKKLY BAILINGS
itf ea Southbound........................ .. ,.. .. ... ..... ... .from Lewis Wharf, Boetc
,,, ytqt Northbound .... ... ..'................. ....... from foot at Catherine Street Jnoksonvll
\ t i -

Y 'I'J f Clyde St. Johns River Line. '.A.sl the OTlclsiet etA.gexitr :

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.!). ( +))'1)I); BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOHD. ,
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", .' W. Stopping at ralntlta,Astor, Uere ford(ItoLjtnd. ), and IIItenu dl.te/ 'landing on the ,
,\"/ St. Johns IJI..r, oomiiteiioInK. Friday November 23,11100.l ,. ? ,.,'
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; Steamers l "CITY of JACKSONVILLE"and: "1..Jtt: )fK I)I2 JIAUY J !

l f." are appointed to null M follows t Leave .''l4ok."nvllle. daily except Saturdays, at 3.80 p. m.
y I Returning! leave Bauiord dally.xcept SuniUya at P.ao a. m. ; ; -' ,' >);:' "" '."",
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f.i. 8 -N .HwmdRetw ; .' .
: Soutb.Bound SCHEDULE ;: .<_' I
A HATrUI. OF :EARLY WJ1EEI.BHS.: Leave 8811 0. .... ..., ....... ......J-kii; ; :. \rrlve :2 IH) .. m. '., ', :.
Leave 8411 p. ........... .........I..l..tka.....,... ................. Leave 8COp..m. .". ; ;
1 A TdU OV WATER LILIES.fbe : Ing of Texas horticulturists It was favorably Leave 800a.N.p.m. ...... .... ....n" . e.t.'r ....... .... .. ........ LeRve 9 !If pm. ,.'. it J'
...... ............. Leave lOOp. m. .
I of with the Alexaude .Ilere..rorcl (1).Laocl) J',
border and a plant or two par compared Leave a..m.-----. Sentnri' .. .. ... .. .. .. Leave 980a. Strrlve .. \ \ \,
i 'I' a' rot's feather, find a transformation of and Mamie Ross. A member said: Arrive 10:110 830: a. 10. ......................1.......Ent.rpI88.\...........Leave. 1000.. n... ... \!1' ...i ; '.'J"';.
J}. Increased delight will be wrought. "Most peaches lose their juice but this '" .. j? ". ,
(I ; Such an enchanting garden, where does not. You can cut It off in slices, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville I ?" .. .

hF the owner may watch the mien unfold and it does not drip., It ripens strictly!;; F. !M. IHOVVtONOKR.! J" "'A..t,leu. '......-.tgt. Hi Wait Bay St.. .''lWk .onvl1le. Fla. ;.J '" ", .
,; their beautiful petal, may be simply with, the Alexander. I feel it my duty;; W. O. COOFBR Jr., Local Irrt.Attt., O, f. LUVKLL BuperintandeniVoac "r t '.'.. .,l
Hop-an St., 'oank..n..m. ri* I. ", "
',\ made of half n barrel or a tub aa to tell you about the best early peach A.C. HAQBUTVf Oan'l Kiwt'n P...... At. Nee VorK CLY Dlt M U.NR lnn Frt. Agt., New YorkTHRO. I I r r ,." .
'1'.. ;" shown in the cut. OL'. bettor, three.or Get the Wheeler. It will ship to Boston .< n. KflKll. V. P. .4 O. M..
:'; : four such barrels or taint placed together just as easy as to St. Louis." General Oltioei\ Pier 80 North Rlvar. Hraunh;2JO) Hroadw.y: New York. { ,, . '. ."'
i and sunk into the earth. Tbe Another Texan has said: "The Wheel C. U. WAI.'rON"gent, TitUHville, Fla. i '
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to. pace between tho tubs may be used er Is superior to any other early peed -- -- -. ----- .. --.-- --- ---- -
tin: for a rockery, and the edges may he as to flavor and fineness. We did not /

) t:.. hidden with moss. The little umbrelln tell any of these peaches. They came \
I'i,'" plant the calamus, many of the wild so early, looked ao fine and tasted 80 SEJ :B<>.A.. I> .
,; growing sedges/ and the wild arrowhead good that the family foreclosed Dilen
;, ,? are all very desirable plants to bo) on the entire crop." 'LinesSPECIAL
:
{ placed along/ the border of the tuba to< In color this handsome early peach III AIR LINE RAILWAY. Mallory

:.' fcldo their artificial shape. a' rich cream splashed with red. It I

The tub should be half filled with ripens in north Texas June 1 to 10 foi -FOR- <

::: rotted vegetable material from bogs or average seasons.
I
ponds or with good loam with one- SAVANNA, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES: RICHMOND PASSENGER--EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

third well decayed cow manure Place Praise of Clinmberlalii'i
la
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
'. several inches of sand vou top of tbls Cough Remedy.Them and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast
i and fill the remainder with water.

7 There: arc both tender and hardy nympbaens I tured that Is has no other received medicine so much manufao prals< *. . Two Elegant Trains Dally . -NO OVKECROWDTNG
and the latter are especially on them
STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
gratitude
of ai"
and expression
dculrdblo for tub growing, for they Chamberlain's RO many Cough; Remedy It is effuotlve Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. .IMPORTANT ships, as no tickets will be gold to exceed the nuraberof berths,

1 bloom freely in shallow baaing. There and prompt relief follows Its use or the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus Insuring all passengers Indlvlduiervlce
are day blooming and night blooming Grateful parents everywhere do not best '
f'I lilies. One lily plant to( each tub Is tate to testify to Its merits for the bane. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. and attention,

.' trafflclent In addition to( the border nt of otheis. It Is a certain cure for EVERY FRIDAY. ,
r' plants. The water hyacinths floatfilti oroup find will prevent the attack If ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans. :IPASSENGEKS, LEAVE JACKSONVILLE ]
i t\\\ upon the surface of tho water without given at the first appearance of the ,,|(See Schedule of Ships la Florida Times-Union!

I : \ root hold and a mass of them with dlseiMo. It is especially adapted tc.
i k, their beautiful light blue flowers some- children nothing as it Is pleasant Injurious. take Mr.and E.contains A. For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,

I r.", times rival orchids with rich markings Humphreys, a well known resident aDd Seaboard or writeS. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the

',I' anJ delicacy of color. clerk In the tnre of Mr. E. Lock, of FAMOUS "SEA: ISLANDS."
': Tender nympbaeas' roots must bestored Alice, Cape Colony. South Attica Mays: C. BOYLSTON, JR Ant. Gen. P""s A-ICe., JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. _

1 1t I t lu cellar or greenhouse at a "I have used Chamberlain's Cougl: I point' For'full Information regarding at
tickets sold to all northern
t Through
'f I temperature of not less. than 00 de- Remedy to ward on': croup and cold It
to
'' satisfactory notions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets, .etc., apply ]
I found It to be very' -
trees, and the hardy roots should be my family.
,i
well covered with straw If left in the and "It gives" me pleasure! to re. : HAS. DAVIES, Fla. Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonville, Florida
commend It. For.sale by All Dealers.
(( mall tubs during the winter. It is

t safer however to empty the water and f11III1I1ff1L1fFj3-ffI1
Free.I a Far CThrl.tiii.. .noo_.
place the roots in the cellar. I romrsKlDNIYCUREf.r
win.
If you would have freesias next rOLEYSIIONIYANDTAR

'I, ter Pruning Jnpnnvaa Ilene.The ))10"" Bulbs should be bought at once -
Japanese varieties of plums on and planted. down during! August./ The ''
account of their wonderful rapidity of freesia is one of the most satisfactory Where you find Shield Brand Shoesit

growth almost wlthofit exception re- of all the winter flowers, easy of is a safe place to trade, because We\ Never Our Patients
qulro an annual cutting back of the growth in a low temperature and free they are sold by reliable merchants t Disappcint

new shoots from one-half to two-thirds of fragrant/ flowers In Its due season Be to ask forlCiser's We Fulfill Every Promise and Never Hold Out False Hopts.
of their length. Unless this Is done tbo And the best of It Is that any one can\ .everywhere. sure Stricture without the luir* or bouvln mod ... "" .
trees will soon become 111 shaped, unnecessarily grow the frcesla. Even In n window .,'E CURE pain or detention Eros b..ln'.1 .,lontaglos )JIo.A rol-M.nlrY. .

j occupy much space and garden the bulbs. will nourish", and flower King $3.50 Shoefor oured never 10 r.turu. wlthod' mercury' O. IBln..al" 00 ._.,mul.'s a",.,'& b.L..'.p.. et....." .....

early become broken and unhealthy six, weeks after growth ..tort,. Csc _- Them.6ISVMedlertColunln.tlt.dnaon.o11rduaeausIaw.ofths.tate ,

through .the wasteful expenditure ofHtrgy a tl'ee. open compact soil such as any men, and you will get yourmoney's oetvou..ed ohrenle of, Oeorgl.dw..re. .for Dr.the N.!tre50m.511E&. stns.. .. i'd: off
" I II eI In the excessive production oft good potting> sol), with an addition. ol worth. Made in 37 .. ,11th.lu.tltutlonaatheohefenoenltlnr.p' '.,l..llitby > NttW."lardd.J
.t- of wood. This an.t I .t.O of emln'OI phrnli-Unxad turceum.Ourianirai ._ 00'-
a Very poor quality<< sand and leaf! mold. Ten large bulbs la the trrxrurDtaf rbnmla DU Is
; t mini heading lu of new growths will can be put Into a five Inch pot. WaterIs styles and all the popular edt Onrulae.1sre.Qutpp.dwt'h w':"see botb mvllcil and eleeerlual.g.nalea a 11h. eslv.nl0. Lille b.t""

, t: result In tho rapid multiplication of given freely at potting/ but no more Leathers, Patent Colt, Vici, iA qP tr.. x-rs.toles rq.lInd, In."d. ray. ID ''''''' ....r' aemru'd'A :
f!' :. vigorous now shoots; hence eCfectlvo until the toll has Income quite dry. CIOo'rI..no'"'.&.0 u4 we.mploy none buttl.1ubr'tk.dned :
I thinning as well as cutting back will Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc. and.; oteut atred'11tL a d :re.alatly qua/a.d:::;;: u".1.: ..,
ud Uoen... ; bo necessary. A Gniirunteett<< Cure For files W. employ no nililmdlDV mono to secure p.II. pofy ;
Kiser '
M. C. .orooukedforlluraur.an..ot
--- Com'panyManu.factu.r.rs n. ,
\ .. pKtronxrnoO.O.Our i. rm. lot tr....n.n& ...ec.""o iron * Or
A Kl.*o A iu.rlam 1'lant. Itclilng, Blind, Bleeding/ ,. rotl1lint! Fat.Colt I\11'' I\' '\ \ ,lit..,;' L to 10.00 thl i. 1"0&(00.per mootb.( (....dl.lo.n.lutle4', .n4 wo t\l\ .tb.war
'f The Moneywort. Creeping Charley Pile*. Druggists authorized to refund st r p, .....of a ooro wltbla iieolfled time.UKTltCUMD. .
; Creeping.. Jenny (Lysltrmchla nummu- money if Paso: Ointment falls to A'TLJlN'T A, GEORGIA Dluehcr. rrf BEST PETCRENCEI$ CHRONIC DISEASES. wemeee. all' ebro"' 1:nPe.nsrack .

fl, lank Llnu Is one of the most satls- oure lu 0 to 14 day. 50o. AHf.'rFf, : ". u Kidney 1iydrocae.: and Dr.Iita.MfeeaentIfee..... Lo..e.ero.Dlea. eLe., ..50 heutnul'e.Raptnre ." Pr'fee' '
:. : factory plants for tho aquarium that I D\ Di.e..1." Tumor. sod m.llrn.ul troubl.a. t..tarrb of E'r.
::R lave sewn and. strange to nay, is eel.'t For 81*.. or Snail leo.e. flood. and Eno... Di..wa of 1I1.pl".0.xt. "and
; Chronic lJl.. ... of Women' won .1
f... dom found In the glass. These plants Salt Is a sure remedy for the slugsor ____ _____ ___ _ '0- .._ __,__ ______ _____ 0."C N. K. _KINC lien rrvaa.rt M' > Dl I DI.ah.rtea nod.0011 weckne..e. ovomffa.r ....., ore
IIII..YI': On mtMnil7oa
c, inch by inch until enalla. Discretion however Is always U.tu.d.y ). yonrcondlt.lonlfyoa Sr. sirb.or mietvd. 'inMB..
.f: gradually spread write ..r nNr.tar,ln<:luiIlD>symDtem bI>iik foTliainalr
I they form ported carpet with bright I necessary In its Use as It Is I ... ... WN.OLTATEOS EXAMINATION: AND ABVICKT FBKIC: --

L ;yellow flowers showing up beautifully. I liable to kill or Injure plants to whichit FREETOTHERUPTUREDF..r I DR. KINO MEDICAL CO.. = ian;: aiu:eiresBts.= Atlanta. Ga. ,
e LIke the Vlnca Moueywort Is ooo of U applied nt all freely We find ordinary
the tow plants for shady! places, but I air slaked! lime just us sure to I
requires more moisture. Try It in the kill slugs! as salt! and probably much

nqniirlmu; It will please you advisesone safer. .Slug are ul;;ht feeders> leaving :25 ;ssra, RH MpeolalUt In curing riip'nrp I hale cured thotiiitnd uponliituiutnfiMof Always Remember the Full Name
who has had experience with It. their hiding places l and feasting on cases of rupture of nil klml LI'-r.lty\ tliiuiwitnrln of CM"e< of danri .
-'- the loaves first reached (usually the [. riipur<> or tone Mumllni nn>l j.r""t1u.c..rt Incunihle have br<.D |>urmanf ntlj
1 Seta" Few l'eeau T....... lower ones) shortly after sundown.: To nred by mv simple :Metliocl. It is 1. 1\ ace .Ilia' M iv. curt-il ..n.t l rliw easy with [Laxative Bom Quinine
AVUen one does not fool like setting destroy the peat dust the lower partsof rues furfivvr. Thi u.itnil., "f ...."'If t""'lm"nt,,,)s from cured pillent I will

" . aside a portion of his. tillable laud for the foliage of affected crops lightly "'nd l a rilKK: : TIIIAL're4rmenr ..nDHirntl d. slaked lime. The effect "ltlii .;t i ne Of n'. You can cur yourxelf rlffht 'In vonr own h"m<*. tihont a duncrous .
the air
.. I' pecans the rough placott on the sides of with Is hml"dJ.tt.ext morning you will [ surgical operation. "nID. dnuafr or li>ns nf time Your welfai demands Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in Two.
hollows and ravines and even fence
hat you accept this remarkable tree otter and write me At not, Do not pond any ,
r corner are excellent places to plant. find the remnants of the 'dissolved loney The tilnl treatment und 1"1I.I"01cO.Irtllln ate "h.olotely frer. | bare
These trees need uo special cultivation slugs.-Exchange.lias : a high aim In curing a few more thonnnnd cases of niptum. Cnilott rupture is
yet cultivation hastens the growth to ot tin experim with me, an mr 25 y ars of ncnial I .xi""ii nce in oaring manytonaands -e f.4lry on Box.. 25c.
the bearing size. All that Is necessary Stood the TcHtl25 Years. of cnitcit: will prove. XVil'e fur the Fir* Ttfairo.nt IIncl l Full l).mon- % >D'y'4.. -

is tJ cut grass and \veeil-t immediately The old original OROVK'S Tasteless ration today, and )o\i will\ forever bleu. the Uy that :jou around the trees for the You know what 'erect Rupture Cure. Addre_ IolEnn01ffiY 1AR
young Chill Tonlo. you are Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RICE. TAR 1'01E II01'mY
first year; or two to keep them from be- taking\: It IK Iron and quinine a tasteless h'asumod3.rnrAw
r lAg smothered..says a Texas 'grower. form. Xo cure no pay, !COo. 3
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE FLA. DHCEMDER 28, 1906. :

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JACKSONVILLE. STAMPS FOR EVERY CITY. OPEX fUBiiCITT THB BEST I NUW V01UC. '
; GUARANTY OF MERITWhen

Proposition to llnvo Srpiirut U..lcn. the maker of a medicine, solithrough .
Travelers Hotel for family fl80. take YORK CITY 8IIOUI.I OO '10-
le e New JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Fur Dllrer.nt 1'oatuaicer.A his patients druggists fully Into his confidence by VISITORS TO; NEW

form of postage stamps with the frankly and fearlessly broadcast
-On the American and Europeaa Plan- names of the cities for which the as well as on Its publishing -No, (10Ve"t 2nd Street-
Under new mauagement. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant a full list of all its Ingredients in plAtt1'EIIOl.8h. The Armstrong
family home. Rates: American Plan, 2.00: and $2,50;; European, COcto stamps nre Issued printed on the face / ., this action on his part Is the (Telephone "Till: Riverside")
and up. All cars form Union Station, stop at the door. as part of the stamp design Is proponed best possible evidence that ha Is not ,
afraid to have tho search. light of Investigation
H. W. HANCOCK under''the terms of the bids for a new turned full hU formula and electriC ':
Proprietor. npon A select family-hotel, near Central Park, subwnjp, tle\ntfd ,
I The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the Issue for the next four years opened lit and that It will hoar the fullest scrutiny for
and point Coney-
and the most thorough Investlaatlon. railways and all places of Interest, a good mailing
I same olftce of the
management. the
purchasing agent's 1)r. rierc-e's favorite Prescription for tho Island, Rocknway and all other seaside and snrburb.m pleasure ronorts. '
__-1e -- postotllco department the 'other day cure of tho weaknesses, periodical pains \'
and functional derangements of the or- Single rooms and suites with all conveniences, new sanitary plumbing
AYTOJTA. says a Washington corre poudeut of gans distinctly feminine. Is the only medicine private baths, porcelain tuba, ample) hot and cold water supply, and hotel
the New York Tribune.If put for salo through druggists forwoman's .
up .
whichis table find service combined with borne-comforts and moderate price \:1'
the bid for the new style Is accepted special use the maker of
not afraid M take his patients Into Term $\\I) 00 per week and upward.
tie e Western D.\YTONA, FLORIDA. the pogtofflce department will order his full crmflrtanco by such open and. A. ARMSTRONG. ,,.
special dies of the one uud two cent honest publicity.A J
glance at the published Ingredientson - -- '
-
stamps for the twenty-six largest post- each bottle wrapper will show that It - -- - - ;
First' Avenue. Special tales the
week
by
or month.J. .
offices, with the names of these otllces. Is mud wholly from natl"o, American, nrnlMby nnchhaClCOII1PUUYt; \7.
medicinal. roots, that it contains no poisonous -
J. C. RAIXhFOKD, Proprietor. of tho j
Including the abbreviations or habit-forming drugs, no narcotics JACKSONVILLE: :, KI.OK1UA.

-- --- states hi which they are. Tor the remaining and no alcohol-purp', trlp ref\III'd; \ tk .i./1k SAW MILLS, ENGINES AND UOILEKS: ".
deuomluiitions for these post- glycerine of proper strength being) used
OlTlMrt A !SPECIALTY.
instead of tho commonly employed alcohol PORTABLE I

He II e Cleveland, 1'AYTONA, FLORIDA. offices the remaining and for pontotllcos all denominations of the three for the,active both for medicinal extracting. properties and preserving found", in ,.. ',, "' -Wills for CI1I..lulC.-. \VitidandJelTersonSta.. k i

clo.alll's-in round uuuiburs tha roots of tho American forest plants Sold on Easy 1'eims. Col' ; !
higher
House employed. It Is the only medicine for _________ ___ ..__ _.__ .. . _: .. _. ., 1 1rlll
Rooming Convenient to Leading Hotels and Cafes. about 5.000 otllces ordinary postage women's peeular diseases! sold by druggists
stamps will be overprinted from elec. that docs not contain a largo )percentage .
:-I:3: S. B. GREEN Propilotor. FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY '
SOUTHERN
trotype plates across the face with tho of alcohol, which IH In the long <

-- -- -- names of postofQces find abbreviated I. run so harmful I to woman's delicate, nervous
system. Now, glycerine Is perfectly
DAYTONA DI ACII. state names. harmless) and serves u. valuable. purposeby ,
The new design Is Intended for all' possessing Intrinsic value all its own, Wood, Coal Coke. Brick, Lime, Cement,
and bosldou It enhances the curative
except fourth class offices. The proposal -
effect of the other Ingredients entering ,sA
to make this change In the design Into the "Favorltoi Proscription.! oM
he Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH FLA. of the stamps is the result of an Investigation homo of the ablest medical writers and '\' 1'

of the subject by a special teachers endorse. those views and praise Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick..... a
all tho several ingredients of which "Fa\!
Is now open for the winter season, under the management of the owner committee appointed by Postma ateI'Genera.l von to Proscription" Is composed-recommending Florida.
No. 262
decided Offices foot or Street, Jacksonville, Telephone
HORACE F. STEWART Handsome and new, situated on Dayt a Ctyrteljou. Tho committee thorn for the euro of the Hogan.
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all\ Its with that there were many advantages very slime dlHoasns for which this world-
appointments, large, airy, pleasant famed medicine Is advised. No other J. K. :MUNNEKLYN, General Manner.
rooms overlooking tbe ocean and opposite. Keating's Casino and Ocean to bo achieved by printing the names medicine for women has any such yrofetmUmtil '
Pier. Terms moderate. / of the postolHoei on the stamps and (indorsement-worth more than - -- -- - :,

HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and :Manager. thus localizing them, the principal ob any number of ordinary tost I nionluls. If The Ulilunt ICatnlillnliud Orate unit, Bead tonne In the State.I '
ject being for the of Identifica Interoxtnd semi name end address to Dr.K. "
purpose ,
V. Plorce, liiiffulo N. Y., for Ills little
tion. It Is believed that the system of book 'of extracts from the works of a vino
accounting In the stamp division ran eminent medical writers and teachers Oo.
Wm. A. Bouso
Lone Bay Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.Next be greatly simplified by specially desig endorsing the several Ingredients andtelling A1 .
lust what. Dr. Pierre's medicines
Issued for the larger
nating the stamps are made of. it's free for the asking. "

door to Pcsto lce. TJnder new management. Northern Table. postofflces. In the supply division of GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS, ./
the poatofflco much dlfflc-ulty Is experienced -
IM large Airy Rooms. MRS. C. E. I1UYCK, Prop. InnonTHoiiTor n conuflnK BCUOOU-
under the present system. titled : 'j \\i
Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
---- - TLo proposition to change the_design cr. In addition to the gasoline power ,
TITUSVILL.K. by printing the names of the po tofflces there U. the usual steam plant for rUFriitA M1IZS" .i'p
t a 20l({ East Hay /btrool, ACKHONVILLE, FLA.
on the stamps Is more expensive than operating ,Balls anchors and pumps. eat ,,

for printing under the present style Independent\ of steam or gasoline power ( Catelualle Free. Warehouses on tracks of P. A. L. H'r. and A, O, L. Ky.MeMurray .

and the postofflce department Is taUl. the Northland fully equipped as a . . .
- -- -- - - -- ---- -- ----
he this Into consideration before makingan modern milling vessel. .
Sterling TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. awn rd. The schooner! has five hatches, two

more than the usual number la a vessel & Baker4O141.J

QUIZ FOR GOVERNOR STOKES of that sl/e. Tho two extra hatches
will be used for handling the product
Located in the famous INDIAN RIVER ORANGE SECTION.
CMlil A.k. Him About Ruble !!. of paper mill and will have tho elevator -
Kant Boy Street Jacksonville, I'Florida
Hain't Got end Offer" to lie Kind.A service.< Each elevator Las a

:Fine Quail and Duck Shooting, Fishing and Yachting. sweet faced little child was play- lifting capacity of about 6.500 pounds. -' Makers and Jobbers of-

.This house la practically new, having .been' entirely ,rebuilt lug about the steps of the *Mechanics' The Northland has Oregon: spars
National bank lu Trenton N. ''J., the throughout. The lower masts are each

timing the past summer, --many more rooms added, piazzas erected, other day when Governor Stokes whoIs 111 feet long and the topmasts are Vehicles Harness' Carriage and Wagon Material

the president of the Institution, fifty-six feet long. The vessel will ,
and all modern conveniences installed and has been
came along says Trenton special to spread about 9,000 yards. of canvas. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
the New York Times. The governor The vessel has two Baldt stockless

COMPLETELY: RE-FURNISUED noticed her and stopped to ask her anchors each weighing 7,000 pounds, First-Class Repairing and Painting. Etc. Etc.

nante. She tmld she was Catharine a steam anchor of 000 pounds and a
Accommodations of the belt. Rates: t21, .aday and up. Johnson daughter of Frank Johnson Kedge anchor of BOO pounds.! There

Special' weekly'and monthly rates.. of Sputh Warren street.' The governor are 200 fathoms of two and one-eighth
followed tills up with a question as to Inch chain. Wire rigging Is used. The

P. G. WALTON, Propr. her ago. She said she was eight years hull of the vessel Is painter, white
old. After answering him the child be above the water line.
I
gall to Interrogate the governor

TITUSVILLE, FLA "What's your name?" King of all Cough Nedlelnes .. i i
WOCK
HOUSE .
.. Cor Washington Ave. and Main St. "Mr. Stokes" was the reply. Mr l K.: G. Case, a mall carrier of Cam
"Do 1 know your little girls?" was ton Crater: Conn., who has been In I the
First I -olasa Board at Reasonable Rates. Restaurant and Retail In
Grocery Service for about sixteen
the next question. U. H yams,,
connection. MRS. M. L. PEACOCK, Prop.MELBOUKNI2. No! I don't think you do," answered HIM*: "We have tried many cnnuh mcdlclne

Governor Stokes with a smile. "I have ..for 01011(1( ,bllt Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy Is king of All) soil one to be ie- .
none. a Iti-d upon every time. We also find It III 1 1 I "
"No babies. Never had ? came
any ,
I ihf bo-t remedy for coughs. nml colds, ,
MELBOURNE FLORIDA. from the child with surprise! smug oxtialn, results\ and I lest |lnl& no bad
New ,
Hotel Carleton "Never had 'any." answered his ex '
Urtward COUDty. oleo,,,. "" ttale by All Dculem.. 1
cellency. ,t
"Ulirhesr and Healthiest Point the' INDIAN RIVER." Hotel with '
on said! Catharine Homo For Nice Old 1t1en.
"Babies cute
are. so
wide vmandas. Sanitary plumbing, gaslight, bath roams on pver!' floor, tile' moved toward tbe ''Two rears: before ha died In 100B .. .. .. .
and as governor -- -- -- --- - -
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private baths - -------- --- -
blocks
furnace heat and good drinking water. Two
James C. Klu from Railroad station and Crane Creek launch harbor. Excellent bank doors.
Fishing and ?untng, Rates.near: *2.60 per May. "You are not much more than a baby married Maude Robinson of Morrison, Some of Our Best Sellers
J. jr. FERGUSON. yourself," replied Governor Stokes III, aged nineteen. They made an :

backing Into the bank while the child antenuptial contract, in which she said
she would give up all claim on Ms'estate
Hotel
Bell6YU8, MELBOURNE. FLORIDA.A told him she was old enough to take for $:JOOOO() says a Chicago din- Star Brand Butter, 5 and J 1O lb. Sealed Palls . . . . . . .27cts
care of a baby and If ever he bad any .
healthy winter resort on high pine land, over-looking Indian River. at his house she would come around patch. When she found he had left Fresh Pork and Frankfurter Sausage, In Kits. . . . . . . . $ J .30

Rates: *2 and upward per da;. Special rates per week or season. dally and piny with them. $.. >OO.OOO Bbo tossed the contract aside Choice Mackerel, In Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25

-Write for rates to- Governor Stokes Is a bachelor. sued for,her dower and got $1.000,000.King In Tubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . 2.25
had bequeathed his whole estate, .
MADAM ;E. M.\ CAMPBELL, R. w. CAMPBELL, E
less the $!.O.ono to found a borne for
Manager. Proprietor. A GASOLINE SCHOONER. -Consumers, write for our Complete Price Llst'-
"nice old men who once held positionsof

-" Her Launching Mnrk. New Km In trust or had fallen In unfortunate *
.
lALlDBACIl, Coartwi.e Shll.pln" ways." No -old rounders will be admitted. The Co.

A new epoch In coastwise shipping li The executors bought/ a site recently Enterprise Grocery

beach: : OLC Cafe marked by the launching at Rocklaud and will) Legln to build at once.Skldiloo .. ,

Me., a few days ago of the four wasted 1 17 Bridge St.
Club at Girl.. ;
(Incorporated) gasoline auxiliary schooner Northland. '"
OPEN The "Sklddoo. 23" club was organized .T..h..o..vJI..u. 1'loridtL.
JANUARY 15TH owned by a ;Maine company, nays a
, Adjoining grounds of Hotel pa'im recently In McKeesport, Pn., by the ._...
Royal - -
Poinciana Beach, on the north. Bangor special dispatch to the New :Misses Gordon Sterling and Klingen- ---

Breakfast Dinner and Luncheon York Tribune. It .expected that, besides smith says a I'lttliburlspecal/: dispatchto l C': : .9. S :E3I0- :rMr: cSc C 0 '
at all Hours. being a good sailer, the schooner the Chicago Tribune. The club la: ,
sly 'Isis w. .,.,8&.. JACKSONVILLE' FLA.
can make six knots an hour with her composed of twenty-three women each yl
First-class Cbef, Cuisine and Service. gasoline motor In calni weather anti twenty-three years old. Too meeting

Open. to :SkCeaao/bers: : : : : Ora.l3T.: make fair progress against head windsor night Is the 23d of each month. The
tides. membership of the club! will be in FULL
Ordera received for Dinner QT&I'tDR
Partloa
\ ot
any number at all hours.!
The Northland bas a gross tonnage of creased every time the list of applicants
.
-- --- --- --- ----- -- -- -- 2.047.83 and a net tonnage of 1.6U8C7. reaches twenty-three. One pur-

'f IIENIEIISONVILLE. N. O. Her dimensions areas' fallows: Registered pose of the club Is to say "twenty-

length 242 feet; breadth 41 feet; three" to all marriage proposals duringthe

depth 2(1.6 feet. Thin gives a carrying school term as all members are

-SHE NEW BLUE RIDGE INN IIEN 'i: rLxNA. capacity of 8,000 'tons'of coat, In which teachers. t Al 1 ,
---
I CA traffic the schooner vrlll be engaged an rPhonograph ; ,

A three etory,.front porch, 20x00 feel, adorns the entire front of the hotel. well a. carrying' paper and general to Pr."".. Fu..ral. ; I
rij
giving the gneeta one of :hp fioes promenades 110salble, and the views", from the cargoes. The schooner will sail be- A phonographic" record of bin favorite f2QT5,6 QT
third floor Is benediction has been made by the Her,
a rev..latloo. tween Stockton Springs, New York and a? u
If you are Reeking a quiet genteel hotel, In. the mountains for a few weeka' southern ports. Daniel liassett Leach a Methodist minister .$ 00 $4s0,

rest or pleasure write 011 for rates, etc. Tbe Northland baa a frame of oak of Bone Gap. III., and will be f.Y

\Viol'; B WITT., Prop. and hackmatack. The planking and used at his funeral, says the Musical { '

--- ----- --- celling{ are Georgia yellow pine. The Age. Mr. each Is eighty-nine years //e t t

I NEW YOItI". forward bouse, bullt-of North Carolina old and hall been superannuated for !A I

pine, provides for the strpra plant icnl- years although he still preaches occa- 't"1
blonnllr. The benediction he composed i
ley forecastle and engineer's room. 1f
Hotel The afterhouse, handsomely finished In himself nud It I.1 his wish that the A J
Marlborough phonograph should render It at the l'-
hard wooda, hit* accommodations for ,' : I
tbe captain and officers. Both houses conclusion of his funeral service. v "rr :J.I 1 I

Broadway, 36th and 37th Street*, New York. are heated by steam.
Com.pl.tII1 Renovated and transformed In The gasoline 'engine was manufactured Great Italian Canal'
traIJ1 located hotel on Bruad.1. ELECTRIC ewery.LIGIITti department.aDd 'l'ELEPDONE Meet een- '' In Jersey City. There are also A great canal, which drain the two .n1. for 11,0.. Vatistt.wt7.it .
,
10 every' room 10 the house'ward two mailer engines far generating Italian provinces of Mantua and Reggie ,

EUROPEAN PLA.N.; r oms. Rstes: fl.30 and npaD electricity, located In the engine room and discharges Into the river Po -

1 whbolH... be h. ,: andRooms.ith' | babath Parlor> bedroom and bath W: with the main engine. The purposes. of bas recently been opened. For five;
ant) ard Parlor two bedrooms 000 have been In THEAnVOCA TE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
and bath .:5 aad upward. the smaller engine are threefold. years men employed

SWEEYE-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, They will operate two elevators which digging the big ditch.. ITo
.
E. M, TIER2TKY Manager. will facilitate tbe handling of cargOt"l.they" Cure a Cold In One Day Headquarters ',
will furnish the power for lighting
Take LAXATIVE HBO MO QCIVINK: Tablets -
I the schooner throughout and for the
operation of a searchlight.; The electric . IhnllllltltR reluurl 'ilm'' rmmry If It :rob:: Fr1rl.t:
fall :
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'''J", "" ;: Mr. Joe Baker-, the welt.known and "AdvoentaV, Correspondents : : ; ;
I : Some of the a
FOR MEN. :- '
:. RINGS popular conductor on the Florida East Writes .. Follow -4 f,(
N, j Count Railway, Is dead. lie died Thorn : i

a' NN day night; in a sanitarium In New York, .
and the .shock to his 'rirrnvu.tE, |
ID news was quite a PHARMACY
1 I. : ***********.w Our stock embraces many smart designs *r large number of friends, many of whom Christmas Day In Tltusvllle was the I

did not know that he was nick or under
coldest It was anythingbut
r Stone Masonic Rings In many years
Rings
No Seals and Fancy ::
,, r treatment. That dread disease, tuber- "Florida weather," as the tail end of
i "
: cuIoHls was the cause of Mr. Bakei's blizzard from the North reached Indian .
Elk Etc. Write for Catalogue. a
: :{ Rings. death. Klver-and, In fact, reached the whole Z
A little more than two weeks ago he TITUSVILLE FLQR IDA i
East: Coast with more or less severity. : '
\ ?L i i'If went to New York and \lr, John F. Russell It did afterso much very I
:d en a i1r SATISFACTION Coming as Just
: 7 n riotel specialist, and was under Dr. warm weather, th.cold( snap caused damage Complete Stock of 1'

) JEWELERS !SIIAKK8MITIIH! I Olt :t Kussal's where he received treatment at the possible snnitnrlutn attention to oranges and vegetables. i DRUGSAA AA ; J'l
every celebrated at the Sterling
'If MONEY KKKUN1>, I. The day was PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Y

h .41 West Bay St. Jacksonville' Fla. the 2inh, iinill Inst the end came, Thursday night$ I, and honored homes fashion.In Tltusvllle In al most in every the household time-- r eI'rescrlptlone

**************************************************** Joseph L. Baker was born In Middle- where there were little ones, a : Filled with the J 1

- - ,- --- __ .__ _ -..- --= = town, Coon and would have been 4:i Christmas'! tree was the chief attraction Care and PiOtnptitude'TjTtj< : t,
--- u Utmost
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years of ape next March He Clime to Bright; and early did tbechlldren awaken, i : /

:EJ: "ST.Successor PITTT5Ff A TURKISH LEGEND. Florida In 18WJ.! and at onne went to work and to their pleasure, they found that 2 WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE' US A TRIAL ORDER ;r"
to R. L. MOTLOW as )brakeman for the J Jacksonville bt. Santa Claus bun paid them the long expected WE
f Why tli. Much :Mnrrlnl Man Gotthe 10 Augustine! & Halifax River Railway and firecrackers ..... 1111e1e1Z:
visit Horns, trumpets 1111..111.1.1.111181.N....1N1 N 1 .
.
\ alo.que EIr.t.Some Company on the road running from Jacksonville at times during the day soundedas (

rl. F yours ago, when General Tcw- to St: Augustine lie was advanced If a regular parade or a serenade was - ;'" t ft

tl ilk IltytHolu was the Turkish ministerat and made a conductor of a pasSflnger In progress There was also tantastlo

: T WnshliiKton, he objected to the train in January, 1M8D\, and since parade of masked boys, on horseback, that line of
:: .. / curious that time ban. been continually with the In the morning About 1I I
questions the newspaper Interviewers MlA'.r JriR,: II
I In the of conductor
asked him company capacity a But very few stores were, open on I
about the harem.
of a tialn
passenger feel
Christmas Day, and those who did
I One Interviewer, however, told the Besides) his wife and his son, Joseph Inclined of their wares during
to dispose -KEEN KUTTER GOODS
'I. I representative of the sublime poite a L. Baker, Jr., of South Jacksonville, he a portion of the day, say that there was *- A

funny story about Brigham Young/ and leaves a mother, a sister and a brother. practically very little business doing.

I hi* many wives, and It Induced the Ills sister, Mrs, J, II. Benham, and his The usual holiday houis were observed

!I. mlulHter tcfioclprorute. mother reside In Mlddletown, Conn, and at the postofflce) the Indian River State I!! They can't be beat !!
r his brother In St. Paul, Mlun.
"Tbcre la a Turkish legend," he said, Bank, sad'! at the EASe COAST ADVOCATE )
: office, Tltimvllle.
"to the effect that 1C a man prays evcn -
i 11 DEATH OF CAPT. FULTON. The Merllog, Tltueville\ wan gaily\ de-
consecutive mornings alone In the
I I : anesuy- corated for Christmas, and entertained a Sold by.: ,
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( f mosque for good luck It will cr>me. great many of our townspeople, who 'n

Near St. Sophia mosque, Constantinople There wan one home In Tltusvllle .partook of an excellent Christmas dinner (

J a poor inmi lived who tried to carry where the j )yours Yuletide celebrationdid The Editor of the EAST COAHT ADVOCATE
i Fine Liquors, Wines Beers, out the Injunction; but, when he not take place this ye"r, for Instead returns thanks to lends who sent 1 _._:_ JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
Ales Stout, Eto.BirSend of( Old Santy. visiting this home, his place useful and ornamental ,
kneeled, to his chagrin bo always saw! cu many pretty,
orders I Ir was usurped by the Death Angle, and this olllce which
: me your another man who had arrived first. Christmas presents to = TITUSVILLE, FLA.
FLORIDA. Capt. Charles Fulton was called to the have been much admired by numerous
r TITUSVILLE and 0 XJOA The fourth mornIng be could restrain great beyond.
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callers ,
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r himself no longer and cried out: 'What Capt. Fulton died of !general debility -- --- -

48 ,. Is the secret of your getting to the following a long sickness caused, by get The Methodist'! Sunday school, Titus. TXT'US"VXLLE LIVI3RY ST.A.DLE.
bad Christmas tree and
their exercises
sI s 'I 't Robbins & Graham Co. mosque first? I get< up early and lose ting overheated one day last July, and vllle, on Chilstmas Eve and although

; l no time.' The other man asked, 'How on Christmas Eve at at 11:15: o'clock, the weather was extremely cold, the

(I '. (Inoor]>orat .il.) mAny wives have you?' When he anxwercd his splilt took Its flight house was well tilled. FEED AND: SALE SADDLE HORSES
The funeral service was held at the
OOO.OO 'One,' the fortunate nan said: The exercises were opened by a ,song:
PAID UP CAPITAL *;! residence of the deceased by Rev. Father ...STABLES... BUGGIES I
'You cnn never get to tho mosque earlier of Tituavllle Catholic entitled "Joy to the World, which was
.\ C'urley, priest
d I .. Thlsoompuoy owns than I, for I have four wives. ,church of which church Capt. Fulton f,>ll..wed by an Invocation by the pastor., BAGGAGE SURREYS

't''' ZLi .A 3ST 3D S, When I wake up one brings me my had long been a Inember, Christmas Rev W of; F. Allen., recitations The program dialogues' conslstlog ,

I clothes, another gets my shoes, a third afternoon, and tho Interment was made songs and well TRANSFER, ,and TURNOUTS of
', the Indian Rivet Oountiyj On the St. ID the Tltusvllle' eto war very Interesting ren ,
t I a ; prepnros my bath, and the fourth cemetery dared, and redacted great credit on the t
) Luole River; at Now River and on Bay cooks brcnkfast. The-result Is I lose /apt. Fulton was a German. and was an cI Idrea's Instructors Mrs Oruber with HAULING ETC. ..all kinds. ,f
( Il oflloerof ima-golng vessel before -
a com.InR' -
I no time. Now, my friend go at once : tlW music, and Prof. W. D. G. Wine with
p Prices suit the timesSend and that
,( Blscayne to to Tltusvllle in 1885, since
!j. and marry three other wives, and you lime I he has held various official Donitlons the recitations dialogues, etcThe O. IMC.: OsbAn

il t l,. I?! l.. for Land Lint. will know tins secret of my arriving on the river steamers. lie was married exercises wore In charge of Prof TITUSVILLRIntear of Kobblns' Law OfficeFLORIDA

:,; Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. first at the mosque.! In Brooklyn NY., and is survived by Wine, who is superintendent! of the !Hun-:

\ "Tho poor Turk followed\ the advice Ms wife and three children, ; Mrs. Julia day: school.
The tree wait well filled with presents, .EXeJE: ::::: : :SEOS.:
: and very soon tia knew why the man niles, Miss Flora and Master Charlie and member of the Sunday school :P4 ,
i Meat Market with four wives got to the' Fulton, to whom the sympathies'! of our every
East Coast first-he stayed there In preference mosque to people g" out at this time. wan made well happy.remembered, and the little ones TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.(

Tin n.n.d: Shoot; Iron rc>r'1 crs
staying at home.-Le"Ue's .' ,
'' Weekly.LONDON
I'' t Tbe School of the t
Baptl
t Sunday
G. F. DUREN, Agent. CARD OF THANKS
,::1-;' "r.i: .. church bad their tree .on Chilsiraas TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER, _
desire
We, the undersigned, to return
::1:1: i I''"I a:: PUNCH. thanks to the many friends who were no ulght, and It was a perfect success In HOOFING-TIN AND GALVANIZED IRON.!
1 ""J ,1!; r.. Q4 -- every particular. The tree contained '
kind and sympathetic during the Illnessof BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY{ ,
\ ,," "" -. One Occaalon ""h... the Proprietor only presents from the t Fulton So are these
Captain
\4 '1, ;. many the who all felt glad that Dealers In BICYCLES AND: BICYCLE SUNDRIES
\ .,' .,1" Wanted It Stopped. friends that we take his opportunity of pupils, day,
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,ar i-I; I" <_:::0 a The introduction of Sir Francis thanking them, smoeielv through the that they were Sunday: : school chlldien. -G-cn.crn.J.: ::E1.opn.I.r: "W'orls.-

'i" ;(; pa Burnnnd to the staff of Punch led to columns of the Aovoo. ,TC.MRS. The program, which was rendered by . .
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= the children, was greatly enjoyed by) all
'I -=w au unusual Incident. The Bookbuyer FULTON AND FAMILY.

\ tell the story. Mr. Burnand had gly- present. OKOUOIAKA. Er.. :se:: D cat seO.::: ,

: .'. \ reJ: en up his profession of law and was
: A CARD OF THANKS.
DEALERS IN-
1'' The Christmas exercises: at this place -
,/ devoting himself to writing. It occurred were better than usual. The tree was '
; GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT'We'handle
,f' =::I to him that a burlesque on the
'" ',, I -=a.. CTITUSVILLE' Eau Gallle, Fla, Dec, 20, 1000, loaded with things that gladden the ,
Y* a sensational novel of the day and print. Editor Eatl Coast Adi,'orates! hearts of young and old. Our churchwas i PRODUCE of all kinds. We are a enllt'tor MAPES FERTILIZERWe -
ed after the manner 'of the London beautifully d@oorated. The young deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coniuni
3 ,Y', P' lI'LOlUDA. Journal might nuke a popular hIt. He Will you kindly allow me, as secretaryof people did well In their recitations and : ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Grocerlea.-dellverftd at your station I II

% l _, proposed his plan to the editor of tho Brevard County Anti-Saloon songs. Everyone: received a present E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLK, FLA. /I

Punch, who at once accepted the idea. League the, to thanks express of the through League your to columns all None were forgotten; and all hearts .._ __ __ .. __. u. ._
.' .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. The first Installment were full of the Christmas spirit of
.. came out,111w.- who contiibuted 10 the great victory we "Peace earth will toward "
on good men.
tf trated by Gilbert Du Muurlcr and have just won, a victory that will benefit ; St. J.E"T"C: : lOT: .

r"I Asso's. Keene and reproduced In Journal fashIon those that voted for saloons as much as FAIT CtALLlE:
: Brewing It "took" at once and became the those on the other side' e (Successor to Wagoner <& Co.)

talk of the town. We wish to thank, first of all, the Christmas trees were put up In the -Dealer In-

)' Fatuous St. Louis Keg and Boa The day of the first Issue'! the senior! voters who /gave us the victory, and private homes of nome of our citizens,
who aided the their all of which were tbe source of /great STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND 1cSc
also those cause by
tledJHeur. .
proprietor of Punch was III In bed.The pleasure to the several families! who ,
lectures' and speeches, and, last but not
t: Bold by Messrs.V.A.Loeley.ndr number reached him with the least the newspapers, for their great utilized this plan of celebrating/ Xmas, TITUSVILLK PRODUCE OF ALL. KINDS. .

;\ : i It. L. Motlnw,T..ll1el'la.. Journal burlesque folded on the out. help In bringing the matter before the Mrs.! Treutler had a tree at Hyde Park ; FLORIDA. ."
: aide. At first he thought a Journal .
: By Mr.R.L Motlow,GOODS, Fla. people. place on Christmas night, which was enjoyed
i "' had been sent him by mistake, but The heavy vote polled (over 80 per by some of her friends and guests,

',, :., I f JOSEPH ZAPF & CO. when he discovered that the page cent of the total number quail lied) .shows ,, very much. Mrs. TreuttW never allows :Blacksmith: Repair: SDaop.:
t. Formed a portion of Punch he did not the Interest taken In the question, and Xmas to pass without having a tree at

top to read It, but sprang out of bed the majority "against selling" (more than her private residence.The ENNIS & FORT Props TITUSVILLE, FLA.
; Sole Distributors two to one) shows unmistakably the
at once, dressed and hurried to the tree at the Methodist church on
sentiment of the people. Wagon Makers and
olllce. Repairers.-Horse Shoeing a specialty
the usual
y 1' 020 West Street There are a great many people whom Highland Ave.collected Urge Up and down river work have wa1.
( 610 to Bay our special atttentlon-we pay freight one
the
"Stop Punch be cried bursting Into crowd to witness performance of tbe \
would like enrolled membersof
II we to see as Give us your work. We satisfaction.
the room. "Stop Punch! You've got little ones. The tree was putts up to guarantee
the and If will send their
14 League, they
JACK SONVILLE, FLA. ,... !!
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\ I former and presents were on it for .
e' a page of the Journal the forml"It names to the secretary he will enroll years
4 ) (' I took considerable explauatlon to them. everyone. !Larry Christian personated '
Old Santa to the great!; delight of the :-Tlx! N'o reltsr Store.:
End I satisfy him that some dreadful mistake -, The great: object now Is to prevent the
.West Pharmacy hAd not been 1111ule..4'l'hlll Illegal sale of liquors, and a united effort little ones.

l.j was Mr. Burnand's) first appear- from the members of the League will\ bea The Christmas tree at the Baptist Stationery, Books, Notions, Fancy" Dishes, Candy Toys, Eta 80. and I00-

EAU GALLIC, FLA. ance on tho Punch star The next great assistance to our Sheriff, who church was a grand: success,the building Counters..

4 't l' S. C. Hodgson M. D., R. P., night Thackeray took him to the weekly will do bis whole part. being filled to the doors by: the many -HOLIDAY GOODS: A SPECIALTY
Yours tiuly, friends and Three doors south of J.
+ ' children, their parents, who R Walker's Dry Good Srore.
';, Proprietor. dinner and Introduced him: G. F. PADDISOX, attended this pleasant function. Capt. I M. DODJsON, TITUSVILLE, KLA.

; Corner of Young/ and Houston Streets. "Gentlemen now bpy." Secty. Brevard Co. Anti-Saloon League. A. O. FrInk, of the East Coast Turpentine ___ t

& Co., provided tho Christmas tree,
: Complete Stock: of Drugs and Druggist's Kllllnic Time. and kindly filled the place of Old Santa INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
ACTIVITY OF MICCO.
f.'tt Sundries, Cigars, Stationery, Perfumery To read fo? either Instruction or and did it well.

'... Toilet Articles amusement Is commendable but It is TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
MALABARA ,
i Souvenir Cards, not for the sake of time. Late Micco. Fla., Deo. 2*,. 1004. prepared
so killing to furnish
Ice
in attention
Candles Eto. very nice Christmas tree and pro- any quantity-Sacked .or loose. Special\
Kant Coatt Advorate
Editor
In life after his fortune had been :
1 /gramme was rendered here on Christmas paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is motto.T. .
made successful Talking of the activity of Mlooo, I my
merchant Mr. S., eve., and all enjoyed themselves
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. very .
T.
that here find of WBTMORB. Proprietor.
took a ;young man Into partnership. might: say we one Its much __
; elements in the forest fires caused I .
by
the otilco dull --
Entering on a day in the


r "'t' ," Hodgson$ Bros. dull partner season;yawning tilt over millionaire a book.found"What's his fierce sparks In three ones from days, the we the last had railroad one to face especially locomotive.two very so. There Christmas were no Day STUART firecrackers was'! a quiet to one make bete a, Whitehall Portland! Cement.: f\\

,.t r EAU OAT.LIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA that you're doing Mr. 8. asked. We saved a good deal of property by noise and get the little ones into troubleA .

v< i 'There's nothing eIRe to do, so I'm sacrificing: half a pineapple shed, and Christmas'! service was given by the 1 BOO> Barrels will be received
f Marine Railway reading," was the answer "Nothing we can ay that some of tbe residents Christian Endeavor Society on Sunday, In the next sixty: days.

,t General Merchants ant Ship Chandlers. else to do? Reading the great merchant owe us a good candle led by Mrs. C. S. B. Haney. There were . Costs little more than other cement but Is

repented In a tone that expressed Now, I have the greatest regard for .songs, eta, which were well rendered. batter.fr,
..Special Facilities., the Florida East Coast Railway Co., The service was one of tbe mot interesting .
> '! wonder, amusement'! and scorn.'When -
l(1' For HauIIug Out, Storing and Repairing you've nothing else to do don't I which, In fact Introduced Florida to the of the :year.CHURCH. East Coast Lumber & Supply :'Co.
ito t I world In )general, but don't you think ,
,, Yachts and Launches. read. ..rblnkl"Davhl that the railroad company could avoid EAU GAT.LlE FLORIDA, _

this destruction of property at a very NOTICES _lJNEW
t M.lltloo the AnvncATB" when writing. R. Francis, president! of the small, expense and with a little oar f

St. Louis expo ltlol1, Is presenting med-j The whole road, anyway, la kept In a HAVANA, CUBA,

VT VY.rn..nn.na.VYYYY ala! to European sovereigns and Is ac- miserable state, suggestive of possible As next Sunday a nth Sunday, Rev. -

cumulating a collection of fine bou- wrecks, and I wonder It I". I am told, W. F. Allen will preach at tbe Methodist HOTELALCAZAR HAVANA, CUBA
the property of a most Intelligent: m Dragones
s : "Wamterl I quets In return.TITUSVillE'S. I Wishing you the compliments of the Cocoa at 7 p. m. 'the public Is Invited.Kev. only "All American Hotel: In Havana oMa"

season, I remain dear. Mr. Editor, January 1, 1 101)1() under Amerleia maDlljlemeo
Wm. Mones wIll| |
piencb at the
w TRAINS, .i Yours very truly, American beds, American cnokln ,eatering to Amer'?
Baptist church I Ituitvllle, at 11 .
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a. m
CAMILLE GL-KKIX D-
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Oxiaiipe: W"ooclSticlcs - and iuoda loan )patronago. llttus $J 00 per day, American p
; : : The following the time of arrival J:3lJ ,> m, on Dec. 30th, On the Prado ,
1UOO. Lord' after GEORGE U. IRWIN, Saoager
copper morning
t1 and departure of |m*.i train to and (} -
rl\Yllag. services -
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I from Ti'uavillo" : --
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.nIlTftDOlJJ praying or ballllo- <>> .all'I Inds piompt-

.........Tlt".I1I.. fo. "'MItI.not 2C"v p ti.mtenuedlstr y attended to Me. r.* all trains. :Stove DeiitUtry. '
t : |x>lnt.. *t I( ('':3<' p m wood for sale at all time*, THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
;, = J. OSJvTT, !fUKTMBODIID.lark B. }r., JI.>LTJN.: Titmivlll Dr. J. W. Newman, Dentist, of Went I'
-----_. Palm Beach will be In Tltusvllle for a
E: .TucJcHonvillo, JTla. 4 Leave Tu".vilT.nw . >onfili. I I t4* |' 1ft8.IIDterw.dh.l. week, and ca' be found ,at the brick ,
point. it I I IU tu
a Drnjlnir Rod llniillnar.
building In front nf tbe Court Rouse Headquarters
,; (. ', AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFOP 'I'lrtIOYILLIt..I.'O.Ut} 511424e5.Datty.sceptaund.ty I lie will be pleased to see any one Mr sirIng _
-, -- ( \ ) All kind of draylnjr !and hauling ( line of dentistry, .
'I' m e m promptly attended to, and Satisfaction any.. ,
Leave TUu *lll tot Hanfora | : ___,
j ? ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTINGrenumber .rv p ul A :rob
guaranteed.
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t ADVOOATK ofHo, Arrlvesttte.vlll.rresaanford" | J vr;j:eP& ::: Joitx KgTTLaaTtusrlie.: ) ) JOB PRINTING doa.'at this office.! rizn-tin: :: f-


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