East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00320
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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones' little Hats, Shoes, Vests, Etc. -County Court convene In Tltusvllle -Mr. A. V. Illsoock, of Georgians, AMONG THE HOTELS. t

daughter, who has been ill, Is now much on Monday next. gave the ADVOCATH office a"pleasant call I

I And Topic of General Interest. Improved In health. We are dally receiving large consignments WE GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO on Wednesday afternoon. The Jacksonville hotels are already

LET US MAKE YOUR WINTER SUIT, of very fashionable goods, and It mall orders MANHATTAN SHIRTS AND E & W. doing a nice tourist business.Mr. .

THE ADVOCATE, now over 000 samples to select from. big will store certainly and examine pay you what to come we have to our on Penney & Brannlng's, Tltnsville, Fla. Collars, at Harry lineman, proprietor of the

$1.60 per annum, in advance.. We guarantee a perfect fit. hand before buying elM whero. We keep -Mr. E. E. Grimes, of Cocoa, showed Penney & Brannlng's, Tltnsville. San Juan, Orlando; 1'11bu returned

$2.00$1.00 per'an." six months to foreign, countries' Penney & Branning, Tltusvllle, Fla. nothing In stock but up-to-date goods. bis genial countenance lu town yester Traveling Auditor Wm. Budd, of from a trip to the Pacific coast.

-Mrs. A. St. Clair, of Eau Gallia, was We are making special prices on Stetson day. the F. E. C. Railway, accompanied by o
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter owners
?7 Reading notice ads. are ten cents one of the pleasant callers at this office Hats, and Derby and Soft hate :Mr J. M. Budd and bride, was a passenger
line on this -Mr. S. A. Osteen, a. well-known rest- the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze, have returned j
per page. on Tuesday. She has Just been granted Our Fashionable White and Fancy on Wednesday, en route to Eau
dent of Lotus visitor to Tltus
was a to their palatial hotel,after a trip
| When you subscribe for ,the ADVO-- a divorce from her husband, Mr. Theodore Vests are being sold at a reduction In vllle Gallle theWorld'sFair.
on Wednesdays through Ohio Indiana and
I OATH by the year It does not cost you Damon.Mr. price ,
I three cents per week, postage Included. GENTS'FURNISHINGS.. THE NOVELTY STORE, Tltusvllle u
H. B. Mace, of Willlamsbrldge, Unusually\ prices on Boys' up-to- carries a nice line of noveltius, stationery
Eau Gallic Largest: Best and Most UptodateLine The Biscayne hotel I Miami, one of the
-Capt. John Houston, of date suits, and the famous Noxall Hat. ,
N. Y., member of the firm of John R. pictures, fancy dishes, candles, "
In town on Wednesday. We have of the stocks of In town to select from. most popular hotels on the East Const,
was one largest
Walker & Co., Tltusvllle, sailed .from toys, e o. 5 and 10 oenf counters. [1-12 \
the latest style Ilanan and Douglass John R. Walker & Co., Tltusville. and managed/ by Mr. S. Graham, a noted
BRANNING'SADS.if New! York and will ben
READ PENNEY on Wednesday, .
-Mr*. Chas. B. Jefferson of Sandwich hotel Is
you want to keep up to-date;; on Tltusville to-morrow or Sunday.Mr. Shoe on the East Coast, and we sell -Mr. C. E. Oslln, managing editor of up-to-date man, now open
Is settledIn
Mass, now comfortably for the winter season.
them at the lowest possible profit.Do the Melbourne Times, Melbourne, was
this page. W. P. Hatchett a former resident her lovely winter home at Robe Sound,
not send your money out of town among the pleasant callers at this officeon
-Mr. Oe'o. G. Curry, the genial mayorof of Tltusvllle, but now of West for the above clans of goods, but pay usa Wednesday.Dr. where she can bask in the sunshine under Take note of the new; advts. of the. ,

West Palm Beach, showed his genial Palm Beach, was a southbound passenger call, and we will treat right. her beautiful orange trees Brown house, Melbourne\ on our 4th ,
you L. A. Peek of Melbourne was aDd the Oak Indlanola
Cottage ,
countenance In Tltusvllle on Monday. Monday, en route home from a visit Mall orders promptly attended to, WE ARE AGENT'S FOR THE EDWIN page; ; ,
ID town a couplo of hours on Wodnes-, Fla., on lat page. Both these houses )
to the Worlds Fair and other
places. Clapp Shoes, Crossett Shoes for men, '
Attorneys W. I. Metcalf aDd C. C. JULIUS KLINE day, en route home from a visit to are oocy and popular. :
ChllUngworth, of West Palm Beach, SPECIAL. Tltusvllle, Fla. Jacksonville. and the Famous Queen Quality Shoes

were In town'on Monday, attending to Saturday and Monday. Cblffioneer, for the ladles. Mr. O. D. Seavey of Florida hotel fi j

00 -If are looking for an or BUY YOUR GENT'S FURNISHING'S Penney & Brannlog, Tltusvllle Fla. fame. has been appointed of
law matters before Judge Jones. worth $2$ for $10.00. Another, you orange: manager '"j

worth $9.50, for 777. A Side Board, grapefruit grove, read the ad. on our 6th Clothing, shoes, etc., at -Mrs. L. B. Hood, of Melbourne, who the Majestic, New York, succeeding Mr. :;1 ( f

GO CARTS worth $18.00, for $14.44. Do not miss page. Penney & Brannlng', Tltusvllle. I KM been spending the summer In Ohio Copeland Towitsend. Mr. Seavey will
select from at
A New Line to We handle First Clare goods only.
this opportunity at New New York Washington be the right man In the. right; place.
J. R. Walker & Co.'s, Tltusvllle. WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS KNOX Jersey, f
J. U. Walker & Co.'s, Tltusville.Mr. and Stetson Hats. -Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and baby have and other places, stopped over,here from q t

.County Commissioners J. F. BeU, .- Frank Jefferson youngest son of Penney & Brannlng, Tltusvllle, Fla. been on the sick list during the past Wednesday until Thursday, as the guestof Several thousand dollars are to b* ex I", +!

J. C. Jones, R. A. Conkllng and J. R. week but we are pleased t to know they her friend, M rs. T. T. Wetmore. M rs. pended at once In making Improvements I I
Jefferson baa arrived la West
Mlot have been In town this week, Joseph -Mr. N. W. Fish, county road super now much better. Hood was accompanied by her bright In tha Everett Hotel, Jacksonville. It Is
Palm Beach for the winter He has ntendent in several this be overhauled and furniture to
town is
attending to their usual monthly duties .was days to new
on the Board. taken a position In the office of the East week. -MI. Josephine Brady, who has been young daughter, Miss Maude, and both be 'Installed In some of the rooms.Everything 'tr\
Electric Power and Ice visit with her sister ladle gave this office a pleasant oaI1YI.*
Coast Light, on a lengthened to make It one of the best !
-Mrs. J. D. Rahner and little son, Company.A -Mr. Wm. R. Roesob', of Eau Gallle, Mrs W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, returned terday morning. Mrs Hood's mother, appointed hotel.' In the State will ba "

Lamar, who have been spending the sum was In town on Wednesday for a while. to Tltusvllle on Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson stopped over at St. Augustine I
done and the popularity of the house 1.tot. I*
letter to the ADVOCATE from ,
Mrs Roesch her husband. for short while her to
mer at Busbklll, Pa., have returned to accompanied a on way '
Kansas City tells us that Mrs J. W. HAVE YOU SEEN' THE Catalogue of Melbourne. ba Increased. a. H. Mason, son of I'
much to the delight of .
St. Augustine, 1'
Merrill will be 'at her winter home at LENOX, the Improved Smalley Marine Engine f Harry Mason, has secured' Interest lath

Mr. Banner.Halle Tropic soon after New Year's day. Mrs. The best Child's 'Shoe made. All If not, send for ODe to L. E. Bostrom, ..Capt. C. F. Fischer has the thanks property and Is to manage the hotel ;, 1.

& Company opened a branch Merrill's son, Charles, will probablycome sizes and all lasts. Ask to see them. Ormond, Fla. 10-7( of the editor of the ADVOOATB for a The new manager Is an' active young; .

of their fish business at New Smyrna, with bis mother. John R. Walker & Co., TUusvllle.Mrs. present of some fine persimmons and man of excellent business qualifications,

yesterday, under the management of C. -Mr. and Mrs. T. n. Allen and son, grapefruit: grown In his own garden on and Is sure to make a success of the I
J. T. Knox and have 'J
E. Halle, who was In town several days -Mrs. Wm. M*. Brown, who left here family re of Brooklyn N, T., friend of Mr. and Julia street. Two of his persimmon Everett.
several weeks for New Hartford turned to Eden, after a pleasant visit Mrs Chas. II. Jefferson hobo Sound .
this week, visiting his brother, L. W. ago, tree are loaded with fruit, sod on. '
Halle. 7onn., %o attend the wedding of her sister with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Norwood, of have arrived at their winter home at young grapefruit tree has twenty grapefruit Mrs M. B. Montgomery owner and :
, I
Miss Catherine Jones, returned to ritusvllle. Oak Hill. on It. Capt. Fischer has various her son,'W B. Heustls, manager of tha

-Mrs. R. B. Holmes and her sister, ntusvllle on Monday night. Early Mr. J. Ronald St. George Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla. I
Grotjan a prominent -Mr. 'A. J. Sembler has been busily kinds of fruit trees around his residence ,
Miss Kate Eyer, who had been spending Tuesday morning, Mr. Brown arrived orange 'grower of Lotus was a northbound engaged the past day or so, clearing and and b* not only supplies his table with are wasting no time In putting the hotel
the summer In New York city and other here and his wife his Tltusvllle In order for opening, which will probably
Joined at bis
on on
passenger Improving; the appearance of the ground fruit, but many of his friend also. A I'
places, were passengers on Saturday'ssouthbound residence Julia street. SeabreeEiTto be on Thanksgiving/ Day. Mrs. Montgomery
on way to visit bis parents.Mrs. and sidewalk around the Sembler Cot glance at Captain and Mrs. Fischer's garden -
train, on their way to their who also owns. the Heustls .
WE HAVE THE BEST FINE LINE tage. Let others follow In Uncle Andy's proves what can be grown In Titus-
'respective homes at Cocoa. They report E. B. Chatfleld, of New Haven, House, In Saratoga, has had the St.' '1\\
of hats for men, at prices from $1.50to foot-steps. It I I. surprising bow a neatly villa\ -when a little energy Is used.
anda accompanied
a delightful time while north, Conn., by her mother, Mrs. George for three years, and during that {
$3.00( In the county. Break of Brecksvllle passengers kept lawn or yard Improves the appear. SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR
pleasant sea passage south. 0., were time several Improvements have been J

Mrs. M. Goode and Mrs J.. C. Moore, Penney & Brannlng, Tltusville Fla. on Friday's southbound train, en route anc of property. Rent In South Tltusvllle. One large made. It was Intended at the close of 1

several weeksIn -The grounds around the palatial Rockledge for t.he"IDter. Mrs. Chat- WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call sitting-room, two bedrooms, dining. last season to extend the third story ,V

who have been spending here home of Col. and ,Mrs. C. C. Post are field Is the owner of a fiDe orange grove. upon the Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of room, kitchen and two other smaller over the entire building, but that Improvement ,
AshevllleN. C., passed through ,
to Melbourne Theyare being made beautiful in many ways. WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF Robblns' law office, for a stylish, up- room. No linen or cutlery. Bearing was deferred until another
Sunday en route j
delighted, with Ashevllle and sur Col. Post Is never Idle;, he likes to see ladles hose ever shown In Tltnsville. to-date rig. Leave your order for oranges and other fruit trees surround summer. .

things In the town and around his homemade Penney & Branning, Tltusvllle, Fla. > all kinds of double and single hauling. the house. Beautiful view of Indian Many decld Improvements, are being ; ;

rounding country.; as attractive as possible He is Feed and ala stable a specialty. River from the balcony House wired made at the St.John* Hotel, Charleston l I

-Dr. E. E. Rollins recently bought a now planting flowers on the edge bf his -Mr. and Mrs. Chss. M. Heubleln, of 'J. M. OSBAIT', Tltusvllle Fla. for electric lights. Will rent for not 8. C., for Increased comfort and corn i

and few days Seabreeze, are enjoying a visit from thelatter' less than four months at 18.00
a ago the atreet.-Beabreeze. per
fine carriage sidewalk next to
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Mlle., of St. venlence of Its patrons One of the old j
and up-to-date buggy arrived. father, Dr. Eddy; and cousin, month. Suitable for two married .41
an elegant -Colonel and Mrs. C. T. McCoy, of Augustine, who have been) spending the landmark Is now being torn down ta
Baker of Louisville
Dr. Rollins and wife are now enjoying Mrs Ky. Dr. couples or a family of three or four. '
Philadelphia, who'recently! bought the summer/st Pomfret Center, Conn., are make room for another balcony and tha
and Heubleln have been
pleasant 'drives In this section-and Eddy Mr. lately Will be ready for occupancy on the
Decker place, in the surborbs of Tltusvllle record fish expected home this week. Mr. Miles, IUD parlors,_which will be placed at the
take out their lends. making quite a catching lat of December. I'
sometimes they are still beautifying their fine from the Seabreeze bridge. who Is president, and general managerof Address, C. II. WALTON, southeast end of the building, materially I

WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENTof property. Their residence is the finest the C. L. C. .* T. Co., In writing the I adding .to It* appearance. The Inner )

Overcoat. In the neighborhood of Tltusvllle, andIt Judge M. 8. Jones and wife, and !. ADVOOATK, says: "I spent part of last Tltusvllle, Fla. court will b* planted In lawn grass; and ,I

Penney & Brannlng, Tltusvllle, Fla. Is ..elegantly furnished throughout. Miss Anole Jones left here, Wednesday Friday Boston with Capt. J. O. Walton trees, plants and shrubbery will lend a t

Wednesday The Colonel has recently built a fine for DeLand where Miss Annie enters prefcident of the Walton Self-Look- SOLD HIS ORANGES. tropics! appearance to ft. In the rears i

Judge H. S.Jones there, the- stable, barn and coach-bouse, and he Is Stetson University. Mrs. Jones and Ing Block Co., and I was greatly surprised gentleman's cafe and smoking room Is '! I
for DeLand to Wm. Brown of Tltusvllla and
afternoon, open Mr. IS. ,
now awaiting the arrival of a ODe carriage Miss Annie expect to remain In DeLand at the progress h* hs with his being fitted up and a tourists' privilegehas .1
fall term of Circuit Court which convened Miami, has sold his crop of oranges, on
for about seven m&Dtha. but the Judge
for his horse. The orange grove and patent block. He deserves great credit recently been granted by the State
on Wednesday. In consequenceof his tree near Tltusvllle, for $3,700.50, to 1
pounds around the residence ,are receiving will probably p.TltuavlllelUndry visits for the success he has made with bis Invention board of control Mr. C. A. Merrltt 'f
attending Stetson Mr. W. J. Duncan of New York.
the Judge's daughter ,
while his family are at DeLand. Their
considerable attention, and, erelong and It seem to me that he cannot formerly of Jacksonvlll, Fla, New 'I
University, Judge Jones will not return the above property will be one of many friends are sorry to have them fall to do a big business In thefutur. Owing to his multltndlou interestson York and Washington, will act .. I
to Tltusvllle for several months leave town-even If It I. only for seven the East Coast, Mr. Brown could not will "
the show places of this section. Colonel .. assistant manager, and give the i
DeLand will be his headquarters.Dr. months find time to pack and ship his orange,
McCoy is too busy to attend to the hotel and cafe his personal attention 1
he sold the tree.
so on
F. ir. Houghton, who has been shipment of his orange crop, so he intends New Rags and Carpet Sweepers, For Sade Cheap. .- Insuring the but attention to guests. I lx

spending a couple of month. or so at his selling them on the trees.Dentistry. Alarm Clock, 89 to 1.50. In addition to the other Improvements ,

cozy home la Westervllle, Ohio, Is expected I Fruit Jan, pint and quart. Nice little Winter Home, 11 Acres, OFFICERS ELECTED. noted the management now employs ,\' '

la TUusvllle next week. As Agency Wanamaker & Brown clothes 150 Bearing Orange and Grapefruit trees. white help whenever possible. In fact, : i
The Culture Club of Tltusvllle '
usual the Doctor will spend the winter to order and Good title. Owner going/ away. Progressive/ everything I la being done to provide '

with Mrs. Houghton In Daytona. Peo- Dr. C. C. Flegel, Dentist will be in TI- PARIAN PAINTS. Address, A. I. RKCKEB. Monday,'held afteroon a spirited, when business officers meeting for the, better than ever' before for the large '\

ple on Indian River are anxiously awaiting tusvllle the first of December to remain FURNITURE.DRY GOOES, SHOES. 12-5 Georgian, Indian River, Fla. elected follows patronage which Is now being accorded
a* :
ensuing were
the arrival of Dr. Honghton. all the month. Persons wishing Dental CHAS. A. G aDJfltR! Tltusvllle, Fla. Mrs. Adhemar year Brady, president; ills* the hostelry, and for the number of '
Furnished. Cottage for Kent. tourists who are expected to visit It tble
should him call early.
work done give a Susie Glad win, vlca-presldent; Mrs. F. .

This May Suit You. All work guaranteed. Mare for Sale. A. Morgan, secretary and treasurer; season. _..._.... .
A nicely furnished cottage at Rook. r ,,
For Sale. First class buggy and work mare, ledge, Fla., for the winter season. This Mrs H. Wilson, librarian; Miss Daisy Oak Cottaire-InUlaiiola. 1.
In of the owner's inability Fine Property I Brady, assistant librarian. The presi
consquence weight about 050: pounds Six years old. oattage contain, eight rooms; sitting
Florida the undersigned dent the following ladles to
to return to appointed
offers for sale, at a bargain, his brother's Two nice cottages adjoining each For further Information apply to room, dining room, kitchen and 'five bed act as an executive: \ committee Mesdames Oak Cottage, a private boarding house 1 '
E. .
orange grove of 190 young; bearing other In North Tltusvllle with an acre Eau Gallle ,Fla. rooms. Fine cistern of filtered rain I E. II. Wager, chairman: A. D. In the beautiful village of Indlanola, oa

orange and grapefruit trees, and a two- of hammock and five acres of rich muck water. Located on Carton avenue, close Penney, E. E. Rollins and JI. R. Wilson. Merrltt Island, Is open for the season. I

story frame house; Including five acres land, suitable for truck farm. Oood to store, poetofflca and church. High Terms reasonable. Apply to }
has three Furnished Cottages For dent and dry location. For particular ad A. S. HUMPUBYS 'i
of the finest vegetable land on Merrftt's river front. The larger cottage Housekeeper. ,

Wand Indian River, Fla., and two good sleeping rooms and a servant's. room np dress. J. J. Whirs IndlanoU Fla
furnished at j
Three neatly cottages Cottages,
Write to stairs and a parlor, sitting room dining Prop. White's middle
wells Will sell cheap. ;
I Indian River Fla. for rent A managing housekeeper, aged
Gallle tf Fla
The Eaa RockleJge,
and kitchen below. adjoining Asst. Manager or Hotel Clerk
J. A. GILBXBT, room
with excellent references
at $100.00 each for the winter season. American woman, A.J'1
Oallle Fla. cottage has two sleeping rooms andservant's
Eau ,
tf several In
contain four rooms each stand having years experience ,
They ; For Hale.
(fa second With
room story, Jand 11
high from the ground and command a managing at hotel at Atlantic City, would ., wantat' ,

""Bean Seed. sitting. room, dining room cisterns and to kitchen bothbOOM. beautiful view of Indian River. Floe Light draft schooner- rimed yacht Uka to have a position of trust for the position South for the winter. Is an excellent ,, l "

below. Large, brick location and congenial society. Rare with cabin, 35x10. For price or further winter to Florida. Has experience aDd typist. Address, .
"A few bushel's of Giant, Strlngless .. Adapted for a nice winter Information Good- good judgment la handling help. Ad O. EMEKSO BODOB ,
chance. For further particulars,addreu address, John :Spence: ,

bean'seed for sale. Address Box No.1.Tropic home. Apply to Gxo. M. ROBBINS, 1.'A. GILBERT, all, or E.T. CosBABACo.05t dress. MBS. E. BAIHD, 331 Columbus Ave., '

LOCK Via Tltusvllle, Fla. tf Eaa Gall!*, East Coast,'Fla. Daytona, Fla. P. O. Box 7U. Atlantic City, N. J. tf Boston, Y.... "'"



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Free and German tradition Is rich In phantom I when I war telling Molly to put in the Opaac Perfume -

Ti' ships and tells of one on board ol! I onion.. i Cures a cold In 24 hour. Do you feel Mont of our perfumes we naturally
Accepted i 1 Masol)s.i which was a nobleman who had:been I "I wns golog t ", to, and then I knew I feverish, one or two Opaao Tablets are think come from India and Bulgaria P.'ratlaferro...... ... ........ ... ..7acohonvrne
forced ,to leave his fatherland b a use from what p0u< said that if It was just what you need, they tone up the but the various oils and Ingredients/ are 8. K. Mallory,.. .. .lennocoli
of a great crime and wbo was alleged I matte to suit, t:is.e It would b* system Dud drive out all feverish symp- obtained from all parts of tbe woild. I U. 8. CO 'GRES811fEN.

i, NO. eo to toss dice with the devil for hls.owt for nay small matter i sums l>oul.. take qulnluu; Opiuio Is a From the mountain ranges of Tioet.) Rob..rtW. Davis.... .......... .... Palatka.
Indian polled you. It's a 'tonlo which does lasting good. S. M. 8|>arkman' ,. .... Tal
soul while another Teutonic creation anyway. Mother:! says most of us give i Oparto is a Binall chocolate coated Russia and India come inu 'k, which to ,r Win. H. Lamar,.... .....: ... ..... ... MootloeloU. '/l',

River TltuavllJe.LodJe. ,. was a death ship which was supposedto too much Importance to what we eat, i tabltir. and is Hold at M cents a box at such 1i0 Important component part of S. LAND OFFICE: S

be chock full of murderers and criminals and I'm sure she U right. I.. t's talk the lied l Cross imicyTHusvllle, Fla. most pei'rumen. Ambergris la found H. 8. (Chubb.. ....n"
9u rPFlorida. of the lowest( order. A skeleton about something," I 1 *- floating III the witer oft tile coast o': W. G. HoblnDon.............llolceiver'I.'r"
Holds Its moetmirk the sncondsnd fourth Frt holding: an hourglass stood In a conspicuous chanjre of China and Japan. Southern France' Olllces at GameiTlUe,Florida.
i b" of noh month a' their room, Indian Klvei As often happens when a A Philadelphia puner; says there are FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
position and- with rOMe 01"
Hotel,Titus tile, at 7:80 o'clock: p. m. subject Is desired, neither could think. tl1't"'l'lit'1I: '14 of winning\ woman and Bulgaria furnish us rticl' ECN.DlrpiokPalm, II..ach.... ... .. .
T. H. Aauden WOl'flhlpfulllla.t r. s The ship was black her iruuits were to Be- and from. southern: Uurope come .... onator
.. for a moment of anything sny. The old method; of asking her how W. H.Jouen, TitunvlllB" .... ReprosentauvaEXECUTIVE :
F.A. Morgan Senior Warden black remark products tie nre derived from the ta"
M.S. Bikini,Junior Warden. And her sails coal black as death.And fore either girl Led ramie a' ever. In the one that will still be DEPARTMENT:
J. M. Dlxon, Tmanimr.J. the evil one steered. at the helm andlaughed Molly entered the dining room. nn,'e mid 1(>111011. Wm. B.Jennings. .. .... .Oovetnnr,
: R. Walker; Secretary.: "I wanted to :Miss Helen adopted by most men. The flower garden! of the worl\: H.Clay Crawford ...........Bocretarv or slat"
J. O. Black Chaplain., Just say ... ........ .
Honior Deaoon. And mocked at their fallingbreath.. which 111I that pirt of France "Itui" icsontli W V. Knott, ... 'rreaulur( :
F.M.Taylor that I ,nop[ E' you: won't think I forgot James M. hitileld... ... .. Attnrneneuen;
R.. K.H.Mlum wiflron Junior, Senior Deuann.O. Steward.. which Undoubtedly must have been a your order: abort the oLlon In the If n rann's n'ental horizon Ls confinedto of the: mnr'tlire! rnifre: of t', W N. Sheats. .. .. ...,Buj.t. Pul.llo 1".tul'Unn{ I
Steward.1 most to the rim of Ai: dollar and takeaway Ap! producer u large portion of t'i' ': H. K. McUn,..Commissioner: *Krl<'uiiiir
spectacle run _
A.A, Btewart, Junior (' grewsoi&e soup.' I'd htlye. put some In. like you you AloncoC. (' ... I
f, P..W.K.mertii M. Woolen.,Tylor.r. Marshal.. agalnxt and something akin to the appearunce said b.'t I never noticed t'H! the soup the dollar: / that man Is poor Indeed oil which la BO e-!' ? 'ntliil to the mntilu Clifford K. Foater.AdJutaut-Geiiml' \
oil All ftuluts' day of the soul late to of perfumes-nttnr of rO'le.SIOO!' mi John Hrailford.. .. ...Surveyor.(.cmral'! ,
! and 'twas too .
was moat done; K. X. !lose.... State Chemist!
1; : ORDER OR*EASTERN STAR. 'of sailors drowned during the year, a send for any tint there wr.sn't a scrap tulle here fl'omrnrch till September) OftlrAle at Tallahassee,Florida.. \
i..: the tllmrte la admirably adapted ,
b"l1tf'hl'h was prevalent In this > COURT JUDGES.
, Frlon.lHhlp Chapter, No. It, hnlda its nlletlnlC' of an onlpn In the house. Catarrh Cannot be Cured BUFREMUM.
In the MiuKtnlo. Lodge room, Titusrille, on the country. It wan said! that In the darkness "Very well. nld Helen. As Molly with f.ocul 1 cannot the industry. For miles "i ant and third Tuesday. In sash month at T.30 of the night the watchmen on the looked at each Appllc"tlon"I\"tbMY cnn be Keen except: : roses.-Chi F. B. Carter." ..... .....OllIle JI,1loa\
disappeared the oouslua: ho of the disease. Catarrh: Is ..
p. n>. The following ire the oiHuer of the reach neat JourndtIrvine's B.F. Ta'lor.. "
whnrfs\ would observe a boat within for Instant and constitutional disease and sago
Chapter other In chaprlii an .a blond or ,
Mr*. K. A. BorlniKBOur, W. M. ball, and, hastening to cast it a line, it then linrst IntJ laughter. Youth's In order to cure It you must toke In- RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS
.. .
Jefferson U. Browne, chairman,
F.A. Morgan ndte W. P.Mlea would dlnnppear, and simultaneously; Companion.A lerual re""dleM. Hal!'. Catarrh: Cure Buchu Wafers R.Hudnon .HurT. Key Itlver Went.

Mrt' K.Z R. Wilson ntewart, 8oorotar, Assmilnto,. M.. frightful shrieks would rend the air. IH taken Internally and acts directly on Cure all Kidney troubles, stop pain in J. M. llryan.. ...... ..... .. .... .. KlnHliimM
John M. Dixon, Treasurer. Block Inland, on the Atlantic coastof the blood und mucous surfaces. Hall's the back make loss of albumen in the R. C. Dunn, clerk. .. ..... .. .. Maulsnn.;
Mine Kate tttewart, (Coniluotress.Mr rebuildthe Heavqnarters and offices at TallaliasHuu, Fla.CIRCCl'f ,
medicine.It urine Impossible and actually
,1, Kline, Assorlata Con. the United States Was' alleged to Guaranteed Cure For Pile Cararru Cure Is not a quack .
Mr*. J. R. Walker, Ruth. bare Its ghostly. ship, which, rising in wan piencilbed'by, one of the best shrunken wall of the kidnejs. COURT.
M r.*. Geo. W. Bcobla, Ads Itching, Blind, lllerdlng: or Protruding .t.liVi lcIauM In this country for years, and They contain just what Is wanted to remove Minor S.Jones Tltusvllle.Circuit JiKk't,
M...J. L Carrnthnm, Martha.' three, pyramidal flames into the representation Pile I Drufrirlxts refund money If PAZO and U regular prescription It Is com- the disease heat the sore spot and J. J). lIell'I1I\\ Orlando,.....}Vnwecutliiir Attorney.
SprlnirTerm Fourth In
Mr*. Ooo. M Robbins, Ksthar.Mm. of a ship was supposed to Monday March.
F. A. Morgan Marshal OIXTMENT falls' to cum any case, no pOlled of the best ionics kuowa, combined strengthen the whole organ. They Fall form Fourth Monday In October.
t Miss Aleph Minis, Electa. be a perpetual reminder of the wicked. matter how long standing, In 6 to 14 with the best blood puilflers, acting never fall to bring; relief within a few BREVARD CbliAiTT COURT.
C. H. Walton, Warder ness of its former Inhabitants who In days. First application gives ease and directly on the raucous surfaces. hours and cure to stay cured. Sold at
J.Mrs.L.T.Carrathers T. Wetmore, Chaplain,ftontlnel. .tbe colonial days cruelly lured an immigrant rest.. fiOo. If your Druggist hann't It The perfect combination of the "" nOo. a box at the Ked Cross Pharmacy. D. L.Oaulden,..... ... .. Prosecuting County Attorney.Judge
-- ship on to the rocks with I sOlid nOo.\ In stamps and It will he for I Ingredients Is wbat produces such A. A. Stewart..... ... .... . County Clerk

great loss. of life and then looted and w Louis tat paid by Paris. Medicine Co., wouderfnl results in curing Catarrh. Hummer Spring Term Term--Seoond Second Monday Monday. in In May.August,

IL burned It.Anotbel', St. Mo. Send tor testimonials, free. Fall Term-Second l Monday In November
tTOfNt phantom ship, so the story F. J. CHENEY CO., prop,Toledo, Winter Turin-Second Monday. February.

lJt t '(es goes: appears occasionally off Cups A Now York convention of dress Ohio. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

.. I"rtfOJ\ d'Ewpolr, In the bay of Gaspe, in the makers advised women not to squeeze !old by Druggist, price '72 cents. .Member E. Mlins. ,: Superintendent..Bonaventure Jf.. Dixon, cbalrnian'lltiinvlllei. ;.

Sf I'I gulf of St. Lawrence. She Is crowded their Hall's Family Pills are the best. R. N.. Andrews, Cocoa; J. K h ultz,SprucuWult.
: t' ummer waists. The masculine portion
_c. with soldiers, conspicuous among COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
of the population heartily.
SINeSS. whom Is an officer pointing shoreward III'Pr3Vt.tthe : J. R. Walker, chairman, lltusvllle; Jobn R
with one band and a wom' proposition and offer its service. One battle In Uruguay resulted In IIUotln"hmulallt. A. Conkllnir, Tilluinn;JohnO. )

ctI e.x Pe"tIe.C.1:. an with the other. Suddenly supporting the lightsgo in looking. after this particular part of the killing of 2,000 persons. It Is evident .session. Jones,are Quay held; J.first F. Hell Monday,White In eaib City.mnntuURKVARll Regular.

; ..... A/fLQ.cUt out. their h'u shrill cry. and the i the progruwate.; that Uruguay has not learned to COUNTY OFFICEJ18.

ship( sinks. ThlH la. supposed to be the revolute on the approved South American A. D. PnaaIepTituavlllu;. ..... County JII ghost\ of n Itrltlwh. transport which was : .. <>.!ppjht't! i Is >.) In'u: style thin plan. This Is well nigh as barbarous 1 This great stock medicine Is' a .. D. L. tiauulen'rituarlnep. . .. Pros Art1 y,
. .. .
A. A. Stewart Tltusvllle, County('Ietk.
4 : lost tit the time of' the Anglo-1"rencb r.: In 6't. .':" \' i' ..: ;;( of all i as It would be to kill somebody inn | money saver for stock r iGCrs. It J. F. Wm.len.C..co..... .. .. .. Tax Aseeae"
..: WAtA'M. .... ... E. W. Hall. Tlrnsvillf. .. ... .. ...Tax (
wars In Canada.-London.. ilobe. a? .I' to he. t h '" ? French duel. is a medicine! net a cheap food or ,I nlluttor
John Henry, Tltusviile.. . .... .. Treasurer
j, Al QA 14 V'snwr anti.. condition powder. Though; put up R. E. .Minis. Hoiiavei'ture. . Supt' llili Inat.
e.A. .ollla'rrrnt.' -- in coarser form than 'ILed ord'l J. O. trine, TI uxvllle.. . .. County Survevnr.

The abuse tar which the' word "differ Black-Draught, renowned for the J.P.Jlrown..lw.vllJe."herllt.W. 8. Norwood!, Tttuevllle..Ret! : filtration ottlcer..

ent" Is subject from writers who linnglne I cure of the digestion: troubles of TITU8VILLE TOWN COVI CL.

that "two different men" means it has the same qualitiesof
1tJta.t. persons E. E. Koillnn. mnynri' Van Worley marshal and
nothing: more than "two men" was IIluntnitfd invigorating 'digestion, stirringup tax oollnctort It. R. Fyles, clerk and treasurer;
.. ty,1II .,..- liver John Henry tux xtseiisor} J< R. Walker F. A.
by the following sentence the torpid and loosening Morgan! L. Carruthers W. S. Branntng and
from u report In a dally newspaper ofa ( the constipated bowels for all stock 1>. II. frlti'hard,.onnuihiK'n The council meet i I
terrible powder mill explosion: "Two and poultry. It is carefully pre tint Tuesday in each month. I

human hinds were found In the rulnil pared and its action is so healthful TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.

LEGENDS OF THE SEA of the mill. They' are assumed to have that stock grow and thrive with an O. M. nu..ln..I..hl".tl.I.. .. ; M, Dixon, treifrnrer.J
n Haar" ,sonretarv. Meets mjroml Wednesday -
.-- belonged. to two different employees" occasional dose in their food. It night; in each month at their rooms.

WEIRD SPECTRAL SHIPS DOOMED TO I 1 oy cures hog cholera and makes hogs

I ENDLESS VOYAGES. If you be poor do not seem poor It | 'grow fat. It cures chicken cholera

you would nvold Insult ns.welt as suf and roup and makes hens lay. It
-- -- -
a raring cures constipation distemper and
The Plrlptr Ilntehntan of Evil FumeApi colds in horses, murrain in cattle

i I >*ar> In Many Kind of Sct Lorw That "Unwll.h Aoe-...." and makes a draught animal do

flock Inland' Fiery ntluder 01 There was unconscious satire writes
a+ 'fl [ more work for the food consumed.
t the Wrecker of Colonial Days. Sir Archibald Uelkle in his "UeuiluU- lit gives animals and fowls of all

Among the multitude of superstitions cences" In the answer given by uL j kinds new life. Every farmer and

to which the sea has given birth housemaid to her mistress, who wall raiser should certainly give it KI Seeds
puzzled to conjecture how far the girl I trial. .
cost motyield met.-
not the least Intercutting! ore those concerning
could be in whence all
Intelligible London experlmentln&-
,, It costs 25o. a can and save ten uve .
weird spectral skips doomed she hud returned to Scotland. "You save lessDDointr 'to. e8
| times its price in profit.PrrrsBOiuj 'yur.'h, St.ndc Se.d.
by Home Irrevocable decree of fate To peak such broad Scots, Kate, that i c Sold by II 1.ale. 1900t

i nil the wide sens over till eternity wonder how they could understand you KAS., March 25,ll1CN. j to Seed all app'lcanls.nnual postpaid tree

1 without hope of ever once entering a in London," ,y I have been using your Dlack-Drsught D. 1\1. FERRY: A. CO.. ".. I

harbor of safety.' Conspicuous among "Oh but, mam,' I aye spek English ar'I stock Stock for and some Poultry time.I Mecilclno I have used on my all Detroit 1\lIeh. I
there." kind of stock food but I have foundthat
li those Is the Dutchman, or, rather -
i the best for !
your my purpose
l'' j "Did you! And how did you manage -
Flying Dutchmen for there are innumerable ". ff" J. 8. HAS3ON.
versions of this legend, that? : : FOIETSHONEY
"Oh, niaui. there's uaethln easier. Ye / Ii I
which have been colored and designed af .
,(, Cup.a Coldsi Prevent Pneumonia
I mums spit oot .a' tbe r's and ale th ... 4
to concur with the various. fancies and .
_. .
words bit chow in the middle." : "
a : .
ideas of different nationalities. : -f' / :.:........

i It Is not improbable that the original ONIONS AND SOUP. a : \ <:......
Flying Dutchman was thiit'' described '"
f 4 .
T1 ''I J In the old Nome tradition of a viking Omt Girl'. IiuMKlnntion WM IleittviTUun 7 7 :

who had sacrilegiously. stolen a ring Her I'evleile a

fl from the gods and whose skeleton was "Make some chocolate and some .
ever afterward si'ou seated on tlleII
1 cream tomato soup. I think that will
mainmast of a black spectral ship enveloped '
tie enough, with the apple sauce we
In fire to behold which foreboded had left from yesterday and those nice To be a successful wife, to retain the love
and disaster. A later I> ,
II r tab variation of this story no doubt an-inspired suld bakery'Helen rolls Dostwlck that came to this the cook morning, who" and admiration of her husband should be a

Longfellow' lines describing
had come to the sitting room door to
A ship of the dead that sails the sea see what the "young leddies" wishedfor woman's constant study. Mrs. Brown and
And I* called the Cannllhun.
In tempests she appear luncheon. i Mrs. Potts tell their stories for 'the benefitof
1 Without. helmsman. liners. "And. Molly'," called lIelE'1as the

Tradition says of this ship that a hid good natured Irish girl was leaving the all wives and mothers.

"' ecus faced goblin Invariably sat on the room, "be sure to put n little onion In 3.t..

t bowsprit smoking a horrid pipe filled the" soup. .It'a' perfectly But withoutIt. 14 DBAB MBS. PIN KJU.III !- Lydia. E.. PJnklmm's' Vegetable Com is ; ]

with a more pernicious weed than to- pound will make every mother well strong, healthy and happy. I dragged
Lucco and ill betide the luckless vessel "Sure, Miss Helen. answered Molly. through nine years of miserable existence worn out with pain and weariness.

that encountered her forOver Laura llontwlck, who was visiting her I then noticed a statement of a jvoman troubled as I was, and the wonderful
cousin Helen while their mothers were results she bad had from your Vegetable Compound, and decided to try whatIt
her deck the seas will leap. would do for and used It for three months. At the end
It me, of that time I
in south looked
She must go down into the deep together, up as .
was a different woman, the neighbors remarked It, and my husband fell Inlove
And perish mouaa and man.
. \ about to speak and then suddenly
\ with ma all over again. It seemed' like a new existence. I had been suffering -
\ The most generally accepted version changing her mind, closed her lips. with inflammation and falling of the womb but your medicine cured I

; / t of the Flying Dutchman, however, is Au hour later the glrla left their fancy that and built up my entire system, till I was indeed like .a new woman. I

k that of the pigheaded Dutch captain work and sat down at the luncheon Sincerely yours, MBS. CHAS. F. BBOWX 91 Cedar Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark.' ,

.1 who swore he would round the Cape of table. Molly brought In the steaming Vice President Mothers' Club." ,,

hiEl fcMortus in the teeth of a terrific bur soup, and Helen began eating It with Suffering women should not fall to profit by Mrs. Brown's experiences -

. ricane. Ills fatuous determination apparent satisfaction while Laura put ; just as surely ps she WitS cured of the troubles enumer- I

cared the crew out of their wits and her spoon into her dish very gingerlyand ated in her letter just no surely will Lydia 12. Plnkhnm's Vegetable

culminated In threats "of mutiny took the merest taste Compound cure other women who suffer from womb troubles
Inflammation of the ovaries kidney troubles nervous
Eventually they became obstreperous "I'm fond of tomato
so cream soup t'XCltablUtYr
l and nervous prostration. Head the story of lUr .
but the bold skipper, not daunted with just a touch pf onion In It," said mother ---.----
, flinched matters by throwing a few of Helen In a few minutes. "Why, Laura, '
DKAB MRS.TOSKIU.t-During the :
early B:: L'LTM & OOB17.
them overboard and, terrifying the remainder you have eaten scarcely any of yours. part of my married life I was very delicate .

( reiterated his oath with Why didn't :you tell me that you didn't In health. I had miscarriages, and both ale w. Day st.. JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.

treble ,'IolenThen an apparition like It? We could Just as well have ""ii my husband and I felt very. badly as we were
" endeavored to turn" him from his pur had something rise." z anxious to have children. A neighbor who

pose to receive a most Impolite, not t" "I do like It usually. replied Laura 04 bad been using Lydia E.Inkhnm's
Irreverent reception.! It doggedly x ; Vegetable Compound advised me to try ULL TS, ,
* say dissemble.
who found It'el1l" to
never sA
it, and I decided to do so. I soon,, felt that
,, persisted and so enraged the captain "I u't It made the.way :you like It? I rF appetlte.was Increasing, the headaches f Re

that he fired at It with his revolver. was quite particular to tell Molly' how gradually decreased and finally disappeared expltlss

i But Instead of hurting the ghost the I wanted" and my general health improved. I felt &s W2Niil PRgPAID 2
ball lodged In his at which y blood coursed vein
own arm "Yes; I know you were. Laura wa If new through my the h2gTS
, misfortune he. not unnaturally for a making a brave effort to force a spoonful sluggish tired. feeling disappeared, and I became .

sailor and a Dutchman became even of It down. "It' nice I'm strong and welL
more sacrilegious\ in his expressions 44 Within a :year after I became the motherof
s sure; but, you see, Helen I never eat a strong benltltychild, the joy of our home.
lie was forthwith condemned to navigate anything flavored! with onions. I wish 1. 'r j You certainly have splendid remedy, and X > 6 QT et
his vessel forever and ever, with "r ,
I could cultivate a taste for onions; it's wish every mother knew of It.-Sincerely e t "W
Rail to asimngo his thirst, 1'l'dbot Iron so inconvenient not to like them. But I 3 )'oura.IB .Airax POTTS, 510 Park Ave., Hot 00 4s0

for his hunger, forever sleepless and cent absolutely unable to eat them In Springs, Ark.

I without hope of arriving at port. By any shape or manner." r; If you feel that there La anything all
the aid of his friend Satan he was able
"Well, they have such a pronouncedflavor I ; unusual or puzzling about your case or
to bring about disasters and tempests,
that I suppose It you do dislike if you wish confidential advice of }the #
and his ship was "the harbinger of them you must dislike them very much most experienced, write to Mrs. Pink- t.1Trl ty
wreck and woe" alluded to by Scott la
Indent I'll have Molly cook an egg for ham, J..ynn..Mass., and you will be advised free of charge. Lydia E.
"Rokeby. :you." IMnJcbanTJi Vezotable Compound has cured and IS curing thousandsof

The French equivalent of this ship "Oh, no; please don't..1 bate to have cases of female troubles-curing them inexpensively and absolutely. ) e
was the Courier Hollendals, which wanld
to sail around the world in twelve anything extra done for me. I can Remember this' when you go to your druggist. Insist upon getting .1 tie f7

Fours. with terrible: disasters following make a fine meal on these good rolls E- Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound
lu her wake and this delicious apple aauce."
"WCUl do 1f1& U&.C ZQP> k44 won Ascent: for the Pabet Brewing Co.


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(t.uAT:: ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER ll. 190.&. .t


no reason to be dlasatlsfled. I real JiOtk'C.R .
Professional Cards. o
thought, until I that '"
saw you again, J rf
IDEALJl needed nothing more to make my Ute! 1-- ...... '"

EO. M. BOBBINS HER full find compile. Now I want you. He CREDITOR!' I.KOATKK' AND J'Js.nlbue".fltD. ". '" ...';:-1 *\X. By its combined therapeutic action
W. 1tnrw.ll.eeaWl an.1 blood and the
G l | '' upon the mucous
Every afternoon and evening for 11 11,' all n r...*having. a.i\ situ' or tlcinai..' ,-.. membrane Hancock's
AND AN next four days he plerl ATTORNEY COUNSELOR
<| > -bnt to no nvnll. She admltt' .ondnletrstrI#.tSaltdecedentwithinthetlmpresurlbsU ... \ (
that she cared for else C'Oo- by law Or else. HID suave will b"Iwrre J CuresRETE

Will practice In State and' United State eased that she was: tlredJetlperately: AMY As. AUmlniHtrntrlx A, !MONKOK: of Entitle \\\\'U .J '>""l

Court. tired-of touching, but she waa loyi ot IJ, W. Aluul'Nt ._- i M" Catarrh
Coprt uL isuk. by T. C. AfoOur.' Tltu Tllt9, Fla.Oct berlO lwi.: ioiOpitac rt /
Office at TrrtrsvHXK FLA. to her Klrlbood'n Ideal l and he was not '

.. .
Ideal. -- --------- ,---- - ---- -- GIeRMI"lJft Catarrh isaennstitutloaaldis1
the realization of that'' l I >J -

When she reached the house 01.1 Ij ease, and lou' L-ntment alone
discussing the .
D L. GAULDEN, They were wedding."Dicn't Wednesday afternoon t he found In her Cures a cold In :21: hours Jf von hay vvtev1\ ,- ", ..J: J l1 y will not euro ii.: Sulphur is the
JATTORNEYTLA Tlllle look cried
heavenly Ln oold hemiachi !I 1 / greatest germicide known and a
room a box of violets and a note from Oilppe, neuralgia or \ r '
W, the girl who wrote stories a few Opaao tablets ,,11ollre\ you tu ; l r, liarmlessbutpowerfulconstitution
Converse: (
"Very sweet," assented the school stay cured. They are a great tonic. \ builder. Its value has been recognlzedforegeabutallitscurativeeffecta
Will practice In all the Courts of the State I rIve! It up, Elennor. I was .stupid: better than Quinine or Morphine, ando \.;.
of Florida" and the United State Course.I teacher. presumptuous to think you could care tor not affect the heart. Trlco 25 cents ; were never obtainable till the discovery

.O Box 230./" T1TC3VILLE FLA. "And subdued" added the editor. a fat soe baiaheaded you again. ruffian It all means like me.too I much cannot Sold at the Red Cross Pharmacy, of Hancock's Liquid Sulphur. So post-

laughing to me-and too little to you. I leave on -- ct.. is its action that we guarantee it to

TL"1 J. WEBB, "No one says anything about the the 1:10: train. HAGLES OF SCOTLAND. curt Catarrh, Eczema, Acne. Itch.-Dnn-

groom's '$'appearance mine" grumbled Think of me kindly and wear the vie --rWbere drnff.Ringworm,Prickly HeatDiphthe
lets a little while tonight for th* sake of ria Sore Mouth and Throat, Granulated S
They Itclltl Their Nr! .<. and ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the best "and I all tile
man came old times. Their perfume reminds me of ,
Eyelids, and all diseases of the Scalp. '
Peed Their Yon'ns
Will practice In the Courta of the 7tl way from Nebraska just for this wed the days when together we hunted to," How They 1 !
Circuit. Taxes for non-resident ding. them In the woods at old Hill Bid. liar. i A writer<< who ins studied: the habit" HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR OINTMENT. t

paid "You looked like Bostonian. py days those when the poetry of 111. I I of entiles ntuuug; the Scottish hill May UYlaClxaarGaa, Prepared .speolaliyforfora..Scalds' ,Open'
and and quite a
rents accounts collected. I '
was still mine and the love of my Ilttl. 'ow_ __ Korea Chafed Part, Raw !!Inrr.".., Holla.
TITUSVILLIC FLORIDA I 'assure you" said the girl with the sweetheart. Goodby, Eleanor DICK. that the l>:nU construct tl.c.r: eyrlos toward ."II."In."C.I'tl.." Roughness of Face and Hands, and

violin consolingly. the end of March mid the eggs/: -U e.lIBklaDlaea.... \
The 3:30: tralnl It was now 2-K: ,
N"As for Mr. Adams, he looked just which number two or three, are laid li Bald.all nllaMn, tlrn*itnnw. oWl
PENNEY Oh why had she waited to show thoa -""'" on UM curative...Wart UM v. i I I
all and April.! Eagles< seem to prefer for a
JD. as he always does, bones horrid boys about the geometry 11.11- -Z' HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR CO. 1I 1IUsitImors
braIn asserted the schoolteacher nesting site some ancient pine with a ..
!!!, son? Why dldu't she come 11Jt't'Ctly: -- Md.
ATTO RNE Y-AT-LAW. "I admire that type Immensely. borne? southern position and wide outlook 01 ., !

TITOSVILLB FLORIDA.. The westerner was not tall and wad her and a lodge on n cliff, but this writer no a 1
She snatched gloves purs _. Yr
sometimes build thelicyrlea ----------- -- --- ------- --- -- - -- --
tidal that they
inclined to stoutneas.
Will In all from the table and ran out to thstreet +
practice the courts of the 7th LAUGHtU AT COBRA BITE
"My cousin Abe is an undeniably; ou quite muull' rocks, where they The) std Fanliloiir.1 Mother.
To her excited Imagination till!'
Judicial Circuit.r' brainy man" he retorted. "But believe can be Rot at without much C'.ttUultywhile ,, That old fashioned mother -one 1 In: -
subway car simply crawled Its allow Method of a Nntlr Hnitlc ClturmvrIII
all around are Iimucime precl all the world the law of whoso Ute T
me, Miss Selwyn, some along to Park street. At Park Unlink I.. II.. y
A. FROST covering of adipose tissue over the way pices where aiuu'a toot bus never trod was love; one who was the divinity uf '
street she resisted l with difficulty th Some yearn n''o our ri-nlmout was
_,. bones Is not Incompatible with Intel .. It has been said that the eagle will our Infancy and fie mien,! presence tithe '
Inclination to scream as three train stationed ut reMhuwur, famoim for its
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, tectuallty.' fearlessly attack any one attempting!: shrine of onr first earthly workshop
for other destinations rumbled by before bel\utlful\ltIlI'lll'lllC.\ which lu the Bpi-lun-;
Will all "Do return to Nebraska at onceMr. to rob its eggs and young but this la ; one whose \heart la fur below tin .
practice In the Courts of the 7th you one came that would take her to time uru 1\\ lining of foliage, and bl w-
Converse Interposed the artist probably much less often the case than frost that withers' III) thickly on he r
Judicial Circuit., the South station. aom. relates ou r.njjllsh:\ army otQcer.
pacl eally. la generally supposed. When one of a brow; one to whom we never grow old,
No one would have recognized; the The roses grow, !in wild profusion
Trrusvir-LK FLORIDA. "I did Intend to leave Boston tonight, pair of eagles Is trapped or "ghot the remaining but in the manhood's strength or tin
the excite ,
dignified \Miss Selwyn'In and the "Hull lit M.I productive that anon
but I have found that my' ranch needs.. bird hall often great difficulty grave council ore children "still, ; out '
flushed cllt'eltswho LI blH'eonly
girl with flying and old Kirdener once mi "you
E. FOSTER?; a mistress. I shall remain a week Iin llndliitf u bate and may haunt Its who welcomed us coming, West" us no
fron Into the
stairs stick
STEPHEN ran rapidly down the to put u dry groundand
site for several by lUelf. Ing and never forgets us-never. ,Am
longer and hope to persuade some om nesting years .
th' flourish"hut
the elevated and rushed through it will shortly sprout and
ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpohurchBullding with While soaring round and round their when In some cheat, some drawer,
to me.
go station dexterously dodging, through before lung wo fun nil that '''a
the utter musical note some corner, she Ands! a garment or 11
The words were uttered laughingly eyrie eagles a
the crowd and making her way to tin snake had crept Into our Kden. leaving
but there was a significant look In thkeen < somewhat similar to the cry of the wild toy that oncevus ours, how ,doe sin "
JACK80NVILLK, FLA. farther tracks. its trail on the path between the
she think wo \ ho. suffer! -
us !! limy
his weep
!gray eyes that betrayed( ear "The 3:30 tralnl" she gasped, pansIng goose. rom'biinhi'H. and the ocrviints houses,
of There were varyIng Young eagles when' first hatched are InK or BUI..11 )DOOM the buttle of life drift
neatness e.
BUUNUA'M pnrpo before the tall guard at the < vj s. M. D. exclamations of surprise! from si] white bllllll' of down, and many weeks the wanderer to the old lionieHtoiid
"Just madam. "It Is too bad"She In the quarters, but withoutany
of his hearers. The seventh remained gone elapse before they are able to leave the last? Her hiiml IH upon Ills. shoulder;
did not wait to hear his courteous successful rcsnltn.cionio .
SURGEON and SPECIALIST scornfully! silent. The others looked eyrie. Their pn rents supply them with her dim and fiitled eyes are kindled
condolences. She flew to the months later I was taking my
larder consisting"princi with sumotl.Inii: of "tho lIht; of other
Ear, Nose and Throat. from one to another qucstlonlngly Information bureau. a very liberal usual siesta after "UI n," when the
have lived pally of ptarmigan, /grouse, and blue days" us she gases upon Ills brow. 11e
When eight young women "Where. is the first stop-this SrfW bearer cnTne,: Into my room, anylng In ,
for and one of the number harca. The rush of their wings as they of stout liourt, my 110:1 No ciiu
together a year train-going west?" she panted."Trinity .,, the supercilious ninnner usual to' him
with the bless- swoop) down on their luckless prey may reach| you hero Hut sometimes that
has Just departed Place" mechanically ..eav, when Mpeuklnif of his fellow country ,
HOUGHTON'S ing of the pastor and the shower oi at on a still day: be heard at a great dis armchair IK set nKHln t the wall; the
now. signal
DR. IDle there Stops on men;
not unnatural nt times will off corner Is vacant or another', arid lie
rice devised by Satan it Is tance. Eagles curry "
South FraminRham. Next regular atop lIlIlb, there l is In the compound a
seeks the tleiir! old occupiiiit in thKruveyurd.
Ulcer and have been
for the others to wonder, lambs and young
who that his
snake charmer by
FLOATING DENTAL'iAPARTMENTd; at Worcester. have! says
Gal' never
deer precipice you
known to drive over a
"Who next?
block from music and enchantments he can lure a ;
Trinity Place! Hardly; a ,
on the "Dentos beau them to bit. while lying fray God I never way Exchunite..
"You promised to show me the home. If she had only known I and to tear snake from Its hiding place. If It

INDIAN Rivcit. ties of the library Miss: Selwyn," said lifeless at the foot. Sometimes they
:Now ON TUB: A dispatch for Richard ,Converge; wai please your honor shall the man show
Converse turning to the silent one, will even condescend to bear oft moles Kidney Trouble '
carried Into the drawing room car this thing to :you?

"Can we go tomorrow?" when the train reached Worcester,, and mice to their eyrie. Although the Are easily relived and cured in the beginning Welcoming any sort of divers Ion In

The Largest and Most Com- "After 1 o'clock." she replied quietly and just as It was about to-start again eagle, as a rule, prefers to capture his : but as the disease grows In the hot weather, I got up, put on my

niece Establishment South. ; but her dark eyes met his with a an excited man grasping his hastily prey himself yet at times ,be I* not severity we must find .a more potent tepee (sun hat) and strolled In the direction -

look of understanding and defiance, "U above feeding on the dead carcass of a remedy Here Is where Jrvln '. Uuohu
snatched grip and overcoat fairly of the servants' quartern.On .
will wait until the next day; Sat deer or sheep and often !gorge himselfto Wafers excel as a cure. Of course they;
the to plat the snake charmer
GEO. S HACKER & tumbled down steps my approach
: SON relief but than that
urdu .." such un extent that he I* unable to give! quick more
form. He ran along beside the slow they Hive a sure and lasting cure They; arose, salaaming deeply.
"We will gp tomorrow" he decided while equally excited rise after his too hearty; meal. Nude for his loin cloth the
moving train an positively purify the blood. Sold at BOo save : ,
localities of Scotland where
quickly. porter passed him his bat and gloves In/most a box at the Red Cross Pharmacy, Titus snake charmer stretched himself full t
"How can you spare the time for caught the eagle baa Its home there will also vllle FU.Mark. '
and with professional ,dexterity length upon the ground and, placing
tits be found the boodle crow. Tbe eagle
sightseeing Mr. Converse queried
the tossed half dollar. a reedllko pipe to his lips, played a
/ artist teasingly "I should think you will seldom If ever attack the boodle,
Passengers on the next train Twain tint Pnre-pe Rosa. sad, monotonous"' walling tune In the
would want hour of the week for but whenever the king of birds ventures
Boston might have wondered direction which
Worcester to When rnreii Itomi was still charm of the quarters in the
the former's nesting
your wooing. at the protracted study and the near inn gold. und bank notes out of the snake was commonly supposed t.
"I shall waste no time In! my'sightseeing of tree the angry hoodles will Immediately -
tender touches given to a slip yellow pocket of her audiences, she nppenw dwell.In .
," returned Converse with marked J drive off tbe Intruder It 1 I" luugha
paper by a man no longer young In concert In Hartford mid( In the .same a few moments and to ray Intense -
"and must understand ble to see the eagle flying for dear ute
emphasis you and somewhat Inclined to stoutness,, ustonlsumeut brown form
aw week as it happened; In which M?. a
?>trt that a western wooing Is less prep shoulder at the before the fierce onslaughts of the enraged
and a over Clemens had delivered n lecture.! To ,wriggled across the threshold of one

deliberate than Is usually considered yellow allp would not nave enlightenedthem crows which swoop and dash hear Murk people rind I paid/ $I.r.o for of the native huts, and as we all gazed
him with shrill! "eraas" until he It
necessary In New England There areno after
: the best. meat in the bonne. To hear spellbound at It the snake crawled
women' In Nebraska far from their nesting site.
MANUFACTURERS OF t 'superfluous Come back. I have burled the IdeaL the diva meant $." for n sent far from straight toward the pipe which charm
and with us it's a case of 'learn your _.. -- ,
ed It
He read' tbe line over and over again. tile bpst. 80 the local humorist was

Doors, Sash Blinds. fate at once and get out of the' way to "God bless her!" he murmured husk moved to write to the committee\ lu As It neared him the snake charmer

make room for the next man. ily. "I'll do my; best to resurrect' It." Charge of the two entertainments. lIe arose, and, seizing the reptile quickly

& Material "So these are the famous paintingsof proceeded put it Into a bag he had
Moulding: : Building Puvls de Chavannea," remarked CoatrT pointed out the monetary partiality 19

Q.*er Care of Folk.. which had been shown, asserted that with him r

Office A. Warerooms. King, opposite Converse the jiext day bestowing avery "When It comes to superstition" re It was obrlouMly unfair and cloned In doing so I plainly sow the cobra I
Cannon Street. hasty glance at tbe mural dec- marked ,the doctor the other evening, with this: "If XIme. Rosa makes her rear its". head and strike the man'

Charleston;.S. C. orations at the Public library. "They of 'there's nothing that can beat the superstition money so much fimter than I do (ninemerely hand.

are doubtless all that you have said about medicine and cures because she sings let me tellyon I darted forward to his assistance

them Eleanor but they really have enerally. : that I can sing myself and am but, In calm and reassuring accents
Sash Weights Cord auu little interest for me Just now. I wantto 1
"There' the average Arkansan, for pen to njCitfrcmentM at her terms., he said: "No matter, sahib. With me

talk with :you. "You are disappointsd nstance. He thinks that a coal oil A Remedy That No Ones lie proiiipllr received nn gnawer "A It Is not as with other folk."

Hardware. In me. Eleanor, poultice la good for sore throat As were cU"tl1l'h""I'I' IN not mitnle.,,, Then from among his. heap of cloth

Miss Selwyn'a pale face lushed pain- he binds Ing he produced 'a stone, with which
BOOn as his throat gets sore Afraid To Take.
Window and Fancy Glass fully. about It a poultice of coal oil. It peels "ThisIs no lime for mirth or laughter be rubbed the bite, which apparently

A SPECIALTY.: "It: was very good of you, Dick told the to the skin all off his neck but be believes Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup "TIs the" cold arey*dawn of the moro- bad no evil effect upon him.-1'all Mall
the secret. I have never lOll after.
Keep hat It has cured him just the same. !as been used in thousands of home for Oasette.
thero that I knew :you before :you himself There will be no "morning after" ?lfou 1

went west or. of our silly correspondnce. Then the Mlsslsslpplan doses fty-twj years with perfect confidence will carry a box of CALIKOKNI\ To Cure a Cold lu One Dar
fOtmIlONEYAm TAB ." for Impure blood with teas made nd the most remarkable result HUNK WAFERS! 'aD" take .a few be.

leaves, plantain and all manler The of this remedy due tore going to bed. They will (II* you all 'ftk. T.AXATIVB nitOMO Ql7Itt K Tablets -
1r eAUdr.ar faff, ewe* JT. ..l.t.t "I don't call It silly he said stoutly. I Ia great success If It
.. weeds. The result Is before breakfast.M Druggists' refund the money
-- of unpleasant and tone :
-- iKhc you up
The only foolish thing about It hi thatI w the fact that its formula (which con* Grove's
i bad stomach but the patient keeps up > Wafeis29o at the Red= Crow Thar ills to cure. E. W.
[ did not come for you long ago. You bIB treatment and thinks It as good as ,1st* of Buchu.. Hydrangea, Mandrake '"ov. Tttosvllle. Fla. la eaoh box. 2fto. Ked Cross Pharmacy.

were only fifteen when I left Vermont fellow Dock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla,
DIXIE FLYER that is fifteen years. ago, and"- inytblng lave; given a him.regular practitioner I Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium) xULL'YS11ONEY" ttOLEYSKIDNEYCUREttopslla.faoudbandh.al.lusg.

cried "Don'tremind
"Heavens she hastily.

me of my, age. An old maid "In Pike county, Pa., some years ago' baa been freely published. M.'-i,. Kidney* and Bladder MoM:

WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE ichoolteacher. I suppose you're tbtnkng. I I found a number of people maintain- I Doctors and Druggists everywhere do __ ___ ________ .. __ _, _,_ _.J

." ng that tbe one and only thing for a pot hesitate to recommend preparationwhich '

attlesnake bite was to cut a live chick. contain the best.
"Nothing of tbe !kind. I was aboutto they know P. Hiib.lz.aan & Co

; say that In all those years. I have en In halves and lay on the wound tbe known remedies for correcting all irregularities

who made me for-" half containing the heart They bold *of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood.
NasbYllle Quttiloogi A St. Louis Ry. never seen any one
the St. NEW YORK.
hat the chicken would adhere to 901 Washington I
Eleanor. If only felt the and the disease caused by the failure of '
ret yon, you
I bite> and suck out the poison, turning 03) Murray; Street. J N. Y,
lame townrd'me" these function to perform their proper
Western and Atlantis R.R. aa the venom entered It, a horrible -
"But I don't. Dick. deprecatlnglyt works

"'you-;yon have changed." Teen."And the odd thing about all tits," I Thousands of sick ones to whom life Pineapplesand

DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH "Not In my heart Eleanor and concluded the doctor. "Is that people baa been a burden have written grateful Oranges,
She opened a small portfolte ,
THE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINSTENNESSEE "See rill take'the most unpleasant jnedl- letters that others might profit by their ,
took: : out a fndbj photograph.
toes when they prescribe them them- ,, experience. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We
Dick this la the man I love. .

-OF- lie looked at It curiously and laughed elves, whereas they would kick like j BUWMIHO O."" T-. Wor.M.I9OX
AND KENTUCKY. loftly. Jules If they were administered by | J'_,..ufferlar terribly, wlrlll.dIJlUlOll end represent several of the largest shippers lu ;your State, and wish to represent 9 9you
regular physician."-Philadelphia Press. kidney trouble end cat W tuf dru(.Ut forau1ethlag
\ "The boy, you mean. I must ban (I to relieve me. trial Established 80 ,
Give us a shipment years
Stopovers allowed at all stations on little I Aa be sent m. a jMckx. of Dr. 'rleseber'sLI.er also. I I1tSTANL151iIL
then. Pretty
about twenty .
been .. Hue where there are Ticket Agents. fellow wasn't I? Aren't those curling nags In made and now l am deeply grateful to my dragfUiae __ __ .. ..._ ___ __.. _, A
The very best writing paper well a* te O
locks poetical J'l" if but even with the higher bad been you.I a aufferer from lh... thing sad 170.
$20.05( Coach Excursion, hastily. rags a ceneral audition. for
She put the picture away of r. -down yellet'root ----- ----
It* a certain percentage
rade there
*27.GO, 15 days; $3.1.90 CO days; "Yon bad tbe soul of a poet then," wood pulp, and the product which .other." had aat!oaly lri_received.. But after temporary u.ln.not quite two" a

$40.63; Regular Season Ticket. abe cried resentfully packages your: Liver.and Blood Syrup I feelaaatoutand Lane & Son
nmee of this combnatlon: Is It anythIng I ever did In ny life,and M. {

"That Is twenty years ago. Eleanor, superior In looks to the paper I... ..tI.a..bH"'r'.... entirely,, cured. I feel ,
hard battles with no., _. ..kMney trouble,and a
DAIlY and I've bad some .mpt whatever
2 TRAINS 2 made wholly from rags. For bank note my digutloa la ae good a. any living ....'..
he world since then. The poetry Isretty paper only clean new linen rage are I can now eat whatever I well battered out of me, I' con'ens. 1 never had any remedy. K' V. me each quick
F.8. F. T:45 > Nothing but lined! will suf- P
Leave Jaokioo vlUe, via a m. .ccepttble. and permanent relief and I ' Leave Jacksonville, via A.C. L.,a:ee p.m. but :you might go home with me ice and the clippings from men's estimate on the value your medicine hat

and put some poetry Into my life once 'nirts form a couskleruMe per cent of been money to for me-It.would VeryarakNllyyounJ.not tnke. any amount of Southern Fruit and ProduceCoxc.t'Q..1oc1oc.

nore." the raw material A goal; deal too. I .C. ".

SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. "It couldn't be. Dick. You are too- ames from Ireland, which can always I I yf: yw weed. s..dief.a wr"'fe.d.M(5 arA.

SUPERB EQUIPMENT. oo"- be relied on to famish/ the best llpcui foo-JMmll_._...(*loP e*"l. .... "IH. ..;.." : : : Mxchon.tl. : :: : : .

THROUGH SLEEPERS. "Say It, Eleanor-:too fat: I suppose the world. When you reflect on the i -"'..........
you meaD." of time of money 11'7. ..A par to try *' .' ..** '
ngth a piece paper .."_ aa..wa.st.waddo.1lrwgriar FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
"Not exactly. desperately, "but yon 551.5 and the immense amount of ban- 1_ Miv... _/ ..'.... ftIIO

ire too prosperous and too well satla- It seen that awry es .1.00.
I ling It get wlll.be readily
E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt.
co. htfoclls Card and our quotations furnished on application.EAST .
led. no Inferior element can enter Into Its J i TnAoumm: xxntcnm ,
Florida Passenger: Agent.: and I bar 'IM'r__
Jacksonville, Fla. "I admit the prosr-erity. )reduction*.-Washington Poet. ( M




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., I JAMBS. PBITOHABD, President; W*. M. BBOWN, Vice-President.

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.: Again complaint efcMMWHBBi :comes'4from;j INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

New York of green oranges being
says the Jacksonville Metropolis.
EVBBY FBIDAT.CRABI.BM There tri an annual protest, but it Authorized capital, $ IOOCOORaid

seems to do no good, as tome grow. up capital, $25,000

H, "W ALTO it, Editor & Publisher ers seem to think the first fruit in Average deposits, $200.000

t market, green or ripe, will bring Baking Powder

PUooatlnnanJo adrts. mu.t toe mad.per- the best pricW. ,This, however, is Transacts a General Banking
I eeany at t vi office or by writing. an erroneous idea, as the followingfrom

a New York paper on Monday Business, J
OBftck,Ito",may: be made payable: to CHABLMB. :;
will show .
1\, WALTOf,publisher. While there:Is good demand in 1 M ,.kes Cleat.rt Bred Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ruler j

I: In writing to the ADVOUATK for Inform this market for nice Florida fruit r r''.,.. n Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign
far received have Countries. '
J.F Won OIL \ny kind,Hie writer will oblige/; bjr enclose the oranges so r ue __ I
B a itamped-addrFaeed envelope, been small, selling from $2.50 to $3; i
Powder there is Patronage appreciated. Prompt service !
With Royal Baking polite
r per crate. While some of the treatment,and every: fawr consistent with con. !'
,: BOSTON OFFWfriTna EAST CoAST ADVOCATE fruit coming in from Florida has with the handsno of urvativa banking RrantoU.CORRESPONDENTS '
baa opened an oinoe at 4 Atlantlo avenue, color and no mixing sweat t
been of
good quality, '
Hank. .
N. Y.
' Phoenix: : National Empire Tram
'i will be In of Mr Claude
Bonton charge quite a lot of it has been picked the brow. Perfect cleanliness i N. Y.. Atlantlo National Hank of
I'i Walton. greatest Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Fla.
prematurely, for which there is
a ,< I Addresi all communications to very little demand. It teems that facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. rrl'rTJ SVILLE, FLA.J. .

(, ,, EAST COAST ADVOCATE, some (.f the growers want to repeat

l I't TJTCSTII.LB.FLOBXDA.- of their sending mistakes green of fruit last to season the, market that. Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" JB:. :] C>to Dobbins:BJI3X'N'"S.SlIccelllor Bros.) .

: v. B. Department of Agriculture; *. Florida oranges should be book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake (
a z.:.. O O :a:. JS HUE:: : T H.
; Weather Bureau--Jupiter, Fla. Colored fruit cuts before sour, shipping and thereby, as green kills with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.ROYAL Badges. Checks. Door Numbers Stencil, Trunk and A Locksmith SPECIALTYGun Supplies,
The following is a comparative statement Its sale In this particular Porto BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. und Revolver parts and keys aL wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
of temperature and rainfall for tbe Rico oranges have the advantageover 224 Main at.. Jacksonville. Fla.
+' week ending Tuesday. NOT' 8, 1004. the Florida fruit, as they cut
'P -1904- -1003DAT sweet when green. A FLORIDA POSITION.A T THE LAND DISPUTE.
2 -76 7J 'I" 81 75 Receivers of Florida oranges In TIlE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
8 82 73 "J 83: 73 this city look for shipments to special examination for filling vacancies I The |hand Jacksonville, In ,
4 80 68W' 81 75 open up quite heavy in about two In the position of railway mall olerk which Judge D. L. Gaulden, of Titusvllle '

B.8 73 75 03'r 62 i;, ', 84 Hi 'C5 711('>> weeks. According to their advices) ; In Florida will be held on November 30, \ Is oonaiderabl :-interested,'la stillIn Wood Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

P 1 83; 02 78 fiO the Went is buying liberally of the 1904. This examination Is open to legal the Courts. With reference to this
8 77 68 > 74 64 Florida crop. Some Western deal. resident of that State who comply with the limes-Union says : '*'

it k' Total rainfall frora'normal for the rainfall week: for.10 the ers are reputed to have made heavy; the requirements. Applicants'must be Former United States Senator Wilkinson Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick......
( week: minus .61 Inches. Departure purchases at $1.60 f. o. b. at least 6 feet. 8 Inches In helfcth, exclusive Call has been having considerable ,

Iq'I I trim normal rainfall since January 1, A ripe Florida orange is the of boots or shoes, weight not less trouble In securing the right of way for Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
plus 0.39 Inches. best fruit of its kind grown but than 131: pounds In ordinary clothing the railroad he Is building' from the

r HAI UABDIIT, Obeerver..I many people become prejudiced without hat or, overcoat, !and howe no city limits of Jacksonville to Ortega on J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.The .

'- .--- -.- .._. against it by accepting green and piiyHtciil defeotSy' Age limit, 18 to 35years. : the banks of HoOlrjU I creek. ,

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. unripe fruit na the vet-ted, real Some time ago D L. Gaulden secured Oldest Established Oraln and Seed HOURS In tbe Biate.YA1.aa4. .
fruit. Persons desiring to enter this examination an injunction to prevent Senator Call .
t ---- --- should apply at once for applicationform from. further alleged trestipnss on certain .

Tuesday was a banner day for NATIONAL ELECTION.-- 301, stating that they wish to take lands owned by Gaulden, through which Wm. A. :SO"\:1.rS: Co.
Republicans, for we ara> told that the "railway mall clerk" examtnatl the Ortega railroad passed.

never in the history of presidential Tuesday was certainly a quiet Form 304 may be obtained from the Ivll Now It la Senator Call who Is endevourIng SEEDS
N' elections has them been such a day for an election. There ap Service Commission: Washington: O.; to secure an injunction. On Satur- GRAIN, GARDEN ;!

i, landslide in favor of their party peared to be very little Interest from the secretary of the fifth civil district day, Senator Call, iepresenting the Or. '

;,. Parker has, evidently, lost every taken in it, and business went along Atlanta Oa., or from the local taga: Electric Railroad, filed a bill for Flour, Grits, 'Meal and Fertilizers ,

tate north ; he did not carry a single about an usual. The saloon were civil service necretary at any of the following Injunction against James E. Coachman, 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i
sr. mate Ma
I state which did not give its vote closed but all the stores were open. named places: Key West, Fla"Jaokloovllle tot, enjoin Coachman. from Interfering I
,, !t. to Mr. Bryan four years ago. The Quite a number of voter. failed, to ,- Fla., Pensacola, Fla., 01 wlth.tho building of the railroad across Catalogue free. Warehouses. on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. B;. I

republican national ticket has been go to the polls, as It was almost; a Tampa, Fla certain lands owned by Coachman, and -- Ii i I
":'. 'i elected by a vote in the Electoral foregone conclusion who would be Form 304 should be properly executedand which the line of road will\ have to crossIf

, College that will exceed that of the elected. The primaries settled that forwarded direct to the Civil Service built as at present surveyed. Jacksonville's Fancy Fruit Store j

1 292 given Mr. McKinley in 1000 matter for all tte: state ant county Commission, Washington, D. C. The 'I'he application was made In the United ,
I v\ The republican were confident of hence that examination: be taken of denied I
officers- we can not see may at any the States Court, Judge Locke
\ success, but they were not prepared there would be much interest taken places in Florida named above. the motion for an Injunction, but allow WHOLESALE and RETAIL ;

for the astounding figures which even if we published the full vote FRED WAHNAMAKKII, ed a writ of subpoena returnable on the '
t followed the closing of the poll in Brevard at the Fifth W B Ferguson Proprietor;
I cast county national Secretary, District. first Monday December, 1004. f i
: the' The ,
" throughout country. election, which would 'be .
even captured. Delaware, much smaller than at the primaries. .: No 16 Julia Street.

Maryland and West Virginia, and MELBOURNE. I

", successes are confined to CHRISTMAS (is drawing near, and Shipments to any place In the United States at any time.
the south New York seems to be it would be well for merchants to let New Brown House MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.

1 overwhelmingly republican, while people know they are in business, B..ard. Countl.
I rl' Illinois is a close second. FennsyU and anxious for a !share of their Centrally Located on New Haven Avenue. Fine View of Indian River I3/tM 4d7ee+' "E3L" ir;J---.aDIf; !!?!! ri7 63r ee 't I

vania, however beats ,them all, patronage. John W"namaker"t.be and Crane Creek. Good Hunting and Fishing. Open the year Round. !

with an estimated plurality of-300- prince of merchants, says : "A RATES:: : |2 per day. Special by the week. r SEEtDS:: : FOR: FA.LL.I .

k' 000' for too.evelt. Iowa, Michi merchant who does not adyerliie QgQ. M. BROWN, Proprietor.MeMurray I r

gan, Ohio and Minnesota, are not in his town paper is doing him.
far behind New York. self morn injury than he imagines. TurnIps-and Ruta Bagaa.
if The Totes stand a. we go to Since I entered bUll ness, I have I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.
& Baker Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Bean
advertise and let
press, Roosevelt, 943 electoral votes never failed to
$ and Parker 133. strangers know I am in business." I Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph I
, Poultry Supplies\ -International, Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
t After the result of the election 4O1-413
East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
was known to President: Roosevelt,
.i/ he Issued the following statement I : JACKSONVILLE is ahead of many -Makers and Jobbers of- L. OA.1' Ti1Et..OJSr.: Soed.SnJ.8X1: :: If

"I am deeply sensible of the honor cities in the north in some respects l' 114 East Bay St.. Jacksonville,' Fla

done me by the American people in thus Recently, neat, blue-and.white en. Vehicles Harness and .
Carriage Material .
3l expressing their confidence lu what 1 I amel street signs have been placed Wagon :l -_ :l313' neJ.: .mlZa. _S: 3. :--
. have done and tried to do. 1 appreciate at the corner of every street; and
to the full the solemn responsibility they have not been fixed 12 to 18 Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
J+ I' this confidence Imposes upon me, and 1 I
above the sidewalk where '
shall do all that In my power lies not to feet First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.EJ'1.1Y WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN
them in the
people cannot see
forfeit It. On the fourth of March next
1 shall have served throe and a half dark, but are 'placed just above THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
, ) r years, and this three and a half years one's head where people can read
constitutes my first term. The wise I 0 :] Your "FLORIDA VEGETABLES complete manual on FloridasCrope."FLORIDA .
the Itreet'mes and '
day night
custom which limits thu President to ,
I ORANGES.-1A:: book of uncial Interest to )range Growers.
two terms regards the substance and without straining one's neck or '_ FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES."-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties Cultivation .
not the form. Under no circumstances eyes. .
will I.be a candidate for or accept another a house that has been In business over thirty years, and Fertilization.: "
nomination." A Paul and bRa always had the reputation for I.OW'PRICES "IRISH PO'l'ATOES-Dooklet on "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation,Effect .,
NORTHERN exchange ,
The also says the finest and of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping."
following telegrams Morton the of the on goods Imported Manufactured. : I
passed between Judge Parker and new secretary "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple Growers,
President Roosevelt : IV'vy-.aya tl at any man who does Hess & "IDEAL FERl'ILIZElS.-BOf.k showing all bar different Brands, Analysis, '
a not pay his debts cannot stay in Slager Price etc. \
Ilosemont, Esopus, N. T., Nov. 8 the naval service who ,
A man New and revised editions of the above just published sent free for the asking.
&30 p. m.-The President, Washington, will not his debts should not DIAMOND WATCHES JEWELRY. I
emphatically D. C.: The:: people approved, by their your votes administration have be allowed pay in any class of service, 11, andlaafainst. J, A: S. W and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR. 'WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY, i

w and I heartily. congratulate you* public. or private. 330 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE, PLORIDA
"ALTON B. PABKEB." \ --- -- .

President Roosevelt's to Judge I I I
1 Parker's telegram was as rely : Now the election is over, it THE
''I "Alton B Parker, Kosemount, N. Y.: I would be to the interests of the .I
' thank you for your congratulations. town if householders would clean Brewing Asso's 'GLOBE

"TlIKODOHK RoOSEVELT up their yards'and sidewalks, i nd ," "} 3rd e
P? And now' that the democrats trim theirover.bangingtreee. Re.' Famous Bt.Louis Keg and Bottled w f '"

have been utterly defeated, "what member the old saying: "Cleanli Beer. GASOLINE N w. ,' >7) f

{ttt tactics will\ be adopted for future ness is next to Godliness." Let Sold by: Meurs.r.A.Lesley and b % 'Sl

#1.F campaigns" ? ia the question asked. everybody clean up. K.L.Motlow,TltllnlUena. p ... >

Something should be done to recti. By Mr.B.L.MotJow,Coco,Fla. MARINE ENGINES r .
fy mistakes ere 'another presidential .
Ir the dressmakers keep on ad.
election taxes place. As it JOSEPH ZAPF H ,
to the volumlnousness of
now stands, President Roosevelt r2
heir 'wares the family man ofmoderate r
is elected, and we bow to the Inevlt.I Sole Agent. '. t
means can't even affordto i
able. I
-- -- live in the outskirts of the city.? 610 to 620 West Da1Stree'.JACKSONVILLE 99

1 THE announcement that both FLA. c K J9g:: !

Russians and Japanese Lave agreed THE hunters in this section are 5Q 1 I

to respect the old tombs around surely bagging lots of game. At WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS THE S. B. HUBBARD CO.a '

Mukden indicates that both srd,. present the hunting Is excellent, Patented in all countries. Only tackle s
have designs on the Chinese vote. and hunters are coming In well block of the kind In the world. Fitted C 5
loaded with game and smiles. with the celebrated Vinton ,Roller -.A.G s- .r
Bearer. Useful In any place where PI --
TITCSVILLE'S: prosperity .is plainly hoisting Is done. With these blocks Jacksonville.! Florida. a tx

showing itself. Every/ store in THE: dancing masters have deIded Thousands one nan can sold do in the the work north.of two.Call 5

i.'wnis rented, business is ourllh.1n that the "two-step" must go, and see them In working order at this s::;
*, und newcomers are wonder. just as though it hadn't been office or the store of .J... Pritchard A l o ...WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES. .
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COASt' ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 11, 190t. 1.,; G

- rh 1 11},t GEORG MARX. JOHN :MARX.MA.JE1 .
Eden. Jensen.t ;

quite : JBJlL CC>S.

Are now gelling Sawing Machines OX EASY PA PAYMENTS.: F. B. Richards went to Sruart last The new Organ I an attraction _
Friday night to visit his brother, II. W. to our largo Sunday.school. ,-

SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS; Richards. The city duck ""bas' been put back in Corner Day and Julia St*., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

Our gardeners have their land In shape position. S.Sahuyler had the name

and hope to have tine crops. Beans are done. WHOLESALE GROCERS
Our Direct Representative is at your service; .
Drop us a card and he will call on you. looking well. Rev II. II. Jones will hold services In
Mrs. Thomas E. Richards has been the town ball at \\ a. m., and 7 p. m.,
SEWING MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 percent discount 111 for week cold next. *
quite a a severs on Sunday and Produce
allowed fur old machines. All makes <-f Machines Repaired. Fruit Jobbers.
and neuralgia but
; ,
Hunter and Chan. Emerson
Needles, Hells, Etc., for All Kinds of Machines. Miss Susie ,
A number of EMenltea attended the G. also several others from Fort Tierce, attended ,

DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-For use on sewing machines, writing B. Y. C., last Saturday, and eno>ed the the entertainment, on l
machines, bicycles and uU a fine lubricant, the day very much The wrecks are a for cannot
purposes requiring Send us fruit and vegetables. Our facilities handling, perishables
best U cheapest' In the: end. Genuine SIJ: GEK OIL can only be ob- great attraction and are said to be a I II. W. Kllng's mother, sister and ,:your
s worth going to see. him be equaled In this market.
taineu at Singer stores brother, of Orange l'lty.are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cureton, :Mr. and end expect to' stay in Jensen several}

and Robinson, and Mesdames Webb cud
I Rev. L. W. Sawyer preached) his fart- ,
COCOAFLORIDA.. Richards were very delightfully entertained i well sermon in the Town hall, last Sun -- .

at the Tlblmla Country Club last : day. We wer.e all sorry to know of it, Tibbals. Rockledge. :' ), ,
Thursday evening.
I : as ue has been long and faithful. "

OXa.I1B: ; : OrIOl1S! : Ox-g 1tX1: Rev. II II. Jones preached In the I The entertainment for the Xmas tree ?" 'j,

Repaired-made to sound like new Price $&. Drop us a card when you have Congregational church last :Sunday:: to I fund on the 4th inst., was a success, theproceeds Mrs. Fred Cook and little son returned Mr. and and Mrs. E. A. Ilartwell of 'I"
very appieolatlve audiences.! The Ming- being $ l.27. The success was home to Palm Bench, on Friday night Evanston, III., are at their Indian River 1W. i
work for ns to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK, COCOA FLA. log led by Miss Florence Robinson was forthe
cottage season.
the efforts of "
largely due to unalrtng '!!
John Summer
J. H. Hudson
Roblnsin ;
specially good. Miss sang a
-- solo which Wall specially tine: Mrs. K.!: Hunter and the Sunday school and Mrs. Summers have gone north, to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson of Cocoa ''f

.... NNNN NNNIN.NNON NNINO NNf. officers.. return on the Dixie are the possessors of a bright new 1:: '
Mrs John Miller entertained the E. T. I, All well. 'J
There will be Thanksgiving; dinner daughter. are doing ,
T. C. last Wednesday afternoon in her This raw, damp weather, "much more '
r. EAST COAST NEWS.Newsy usual happy manner. There wan a good and supper at the Town hall on Thanksgiving like November north, than Florida," has John A, Flske, a member of the Indian .d \
attendance of members and visitors ; Day, given by the Jensen 1ldlea'Aill caused' many severe colds In the neigh River Fruit Co., has arrived at Lotus ., ,
and Hoolety to false funds to build a borhood. the location! of their fruit plantation.Fred ... \ I
******************** from Tlbbala and Jensen altogethera church building In Jensen. All are
was a very delightful occasion. cordially Invited to-patronlze tho good. Miss Mattie Hoke left us for Jensen, D. Baldwin who recently cam i I

to evening She will be greatly from Hartford, Conn., upon bearing of ;
There was an attempt made last Thursday enterprise. Special rates given Monday :
I' Notes Contributed bv Our Regular night to rob the express office at families. I missed, but we hope to see her very oftenIn his father's accident, reports him M re" I'

this place, but the agent returning unexpectedly Tlbbahr. covering.
Corps: of East Coast Correspondents The Thanksgiving dinner and supper !
to send a wire, surprisedhis promise to be one of the most swell affairs The sympathy of the entire community 'Edward Stlling, who was IntbuslnesM
. . .. burglarshlp and) he !hastilyretreatrd. Ooooa at lime
ever seen In Jensen The blll-of- Is with Mr and Mrs. John Ulohnrds f fit one was In i0okledge; >
yy ?yy y y ..... .......................y followed four shots of which }
by none fare will ba long I enough to reach the In their deep trouble, In the linens of recently. Ills friends were glad to ,
seem to have taken affect.! appetite of any hungry person that may their only son. I greet him ngaln. j
ter on the Captain's sloop the Mattie
Melbourne. J, H. LeTourneau has been trying for appear on the scene firing your wife, Mrs. E. J. Luce, hostess at the Club John A. Irwin, a prominent residentof \ I

or-- H.B.. two weeks to make repairs on the road, and free her from the cooking for at house, this week, postponed the meeting Duxbury, MHS., arrived reuently,atulU '
F, Treat acted the Good Samaritan, but It Is almost Impossible to get anyone least one day Thursday evening, on account of the looking after his orange grove on Indian i
!tV""" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, and repaired the bridge on the harbor to do the work. He had two Nassau O. H. Rucey had the serious accident severe Illness of Alfred Richards.We Rlyer Ave j
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be bluff walk darkles but they decided to go home. j b
and buck b"alll !
lose bin horse on
I to new and Frank Mr, and !Mrs. R. F. Hatch who .
received at the Melbourne Postoffice.niCHAlUJ However notwlthstandlngdrawbacks he hear J. T. Water son, .pentthe I
i Mrs C. J. F. Campbell, of Melbourne the 8th Inst., while out hunting Ho I
has made and are extremely busy getting their new" summer at Westoliostur, Ohio, and
was In town on Tuesday last, callingon a big Improvement hopes and his son, Harold tied the horse and I It Is the Petoskey Mich. their homo. I
W. QOODE.-Real Estate, Notary soon to have It In goodshape.. business In running order. are again at \
woods for The
Public and Conveyancer. Agent for Sans friends. wont to the game. same' old question of getting competent on Dl\rton.Ave. ,
Liverpool and Londonand Globe,andHartfordFire There has been a big time down this pot loose and sl roU,d to the St. Luola
Innuranca Companies. Special attention Mr. and Mrs. Adamson and two ladles, cleaning windows In the last two river, end wait found dllw!>ed. '!'hs help. __ '___ Word has been received! from Mr. t
paid to the Interests ol nODre ldeuta. are now domiciled In one. the Gilbert weeks,, because when the cool weather vehicle Is not to he found, "supposed" to Lcga, that he aud his partner will soon I
Old Age.
cpttages for the winter UooNirt Respect be here to the Hotel radian
HOTEL BKLLEVCB-Melbonrne. Florida. A. comes there la no longer any excuse to be In the bottom of the river. prepare

healthy winter resort on high fine, land, overlooking \Mr. Putnam and a party of gentlemen, be made, the windows have to bu put On Sunday afternoon quite a few of our It's shameful when youth falls to River fur the season. I

day., Indian Special River.rate.Raton per i week*2 and or upwardper ceaaon. are now cosily settled In the Phillips down ami then they: show and have to boys and girls went for a launch tide In' show proper respect for old age/ but Mrs. 111. A,
write for rates to Madam E. M. Campbell, cottage, for,the winter be cleannd. At all other times they are Archie Monler'a line launch The trip I Just the contrary In the case of Ur. H. K. Breck of New Haven, Conn., ana 1,

I Manager,R, W. Campbell,Proprietor.We Several gueste registered at Sarno this raised and the shades cover them, unlessas across the river was made nicely, but the : KLiR's New Life Pills. They cut off Uruoksvllle, 0., have arrived here to

week, among them W. J. Clemson and It always happens, when Mrs. Spick launch would not return so they were maladies nq matter how severe and spend the winter as usual.
are pleased with the news of the and call and the of the house
Span man Irressectlve 'of old Dyspepsia I
home In sallb ats and Itch
i election. Mr. Beers, of Taunton, Mass. seen oomlug; What has become of all the 'rituavillestorekeepers .
has raised shade few degrees to do Oonstlpl\tlon-all1leld
a a boats, and before finally returning home Jaundice, Fever, '.
Oliver Olbba has returned from his I I The plumbing la almost completed at the shaving act, or one of the kldleta they employed the school wagon: and ti this perfect Pill. 2.V, at the Red we have read so much about .
[ visit North. the MoNabb residence. on the bluff! and has pulled the string and let the shade. was brought to their respective homes Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. ID the ADVOCATE P Their ads look a I.

is first-class lo every respect.Mr. fly up, then that awful windows shows just a little Into the late hours. They I' little scarce In the Tftusvllle papers.

Everythlpg'passed offquietly' here' and Mrs. Gilbert arrived last week Still it don't happen often enough to call this experience." Mrs Louis :N. Andrews and son, of

election day. and are settled in their beautiful Eau scare the good housewives much. Out Indianola.There Atlanta, recently arrived. They will ,

Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell spent Tuesday Gallle home, for the coming winter.. you just ought to see the windows now, Disastrous Wrecks. t '- spend some time visiting Mrs. Andrews* 'J!
In Eau Gallle. they are more than polished. ., father's! family, lIon. G. S. Hardee. ,
The Wynona, G. P. Paddlson, owner, Carelessness responslb e for many a will be a dance at the ClubHouse )
L. B. Brainard, of Valkarla, was In was on Hodgson's ways this week, having John Miller, of this place, accompanied railway wreck and the same causes are next Friday evening, the llth. H. ti. Peck, who Is( manager of Hotel
town Tuesday. some changes made In her machin- by Charles U. Raoey of Waveland, making human wrecks of sufferers from I'lacs, will soon be. here with his force,
went on a hunting trip last Tuesday, and troubles lint since The election punned" off very quietly.here preparing for opening. Mr and Mrs. ill
Messrs Johnson and .Carter have re- ery.Cal which ended very disastrously for Mr. throat lung New Tuesday, with perhaps, the largest Pack and Mfr and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor
advent of Dr
| turned to Oaytona. | t. Clemson, Mr. Beers and Geo. Racey. "They left their horses and wagons the King's and Discovery number of votes oast, than for some have been to the World's Fair r
Nicholson have sailed on a shooting trip securely tying the animals, .and proceeded for Consumption, Coughs Colds before. "
Mr. Jailor, of Daytona was In Melbourne be cured aud years
even the worst oases can Pnul Shares, who will be the manager
1 up the Banana river, going In the yawl Into the woods. When they re-
the past week. Princess. turned the Raoey horse was missing. hopeless resignation hi no longer necessary. Miss Clara V. Whitney, of Providence, of the new Rook ledge hotel, is expected: .

Allen Campbell came up from Rose- They trailed the rig for three miles, and Mrs.\ Lois Cragg ,of Dorchester, R. I., who spent the winter here, last In a few days, and will then begin the I
land, Tuesday, to vote. Jno. Edwards arrived on Tuesday last, found It in the St. Lucle River. The Mass, la one of many whose Ute was year, arrived Tuesday to try another work preparatory. to opening.' Horace)
and will put the Mallard In commission horse was drowned. It Is that, saved. by Dr. King's New Discovery winter In our pensant! village. R. Shares, his brother, will manage aNew i
Mrs. Chas. Campbell spent Tuesday at once-f or Dr. G. C. Weld, of the Canaveral being checked the horse suppose was In the This great remedy Is guaranteed for all. the church York hotel this winter.
be service at
up i There will
in Eau Gallle, visiting friends. Club. throat and lung diseases. Sold: at Red
river before he realized It; and, being Price OOo and 1.00. next Sunday the 13th, both morning and Mrs. H. S. Williams and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roke, J{., are The Mattte U. Is having her fall overhauling hampered by the buckboard, was unable Trial Cross bottles Pharmacy.free. f evening, by the pastor Rev. Jno N. Myra O., have reached here, after 'a I
spending a few days In Palatka. and painting at Hodgson's: yard. to swim to the shore. The horse was a Thompson. Morning service at 11 a. m. pleasant visit to the Exposition and.

Joseph Williamson, the famous orange This Is one of the largest sloops In' Eau valuable animal-a dark bay, only five evening service at 7 p. m. friends In Missouri Miss Myra haa 't

of Mlcoo was In town last Sat Gallle's fleet. years old, purchased only one week ago, Stuart. been In Cub for several months, going
grower, Rafa Carter and wife, came up to .
to -take the place of a fine bay which
from there to Bt. Louis
urday. The West End and their
consulting In
Pharmacy died of pneumonia two weeks ago. This Indianola Tuesday afternoon, r
Admiral Gillls and wife and Miss rooms of Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, are Is, indeed hard lack, and Mr. Kacoy has new launch, Idle Hour They were accompanied I
Stlckner, of Melbourne Beach, were now well under way on the corner of the sympathy of a large circle of friends. K. Stypmann visited Jensen the first by Miss Haskel and Mr. A Runaway IHcycle. }
pleasant visitors In town Monday.The Young and Houston streets. of the week- in the Interest of his firm Fred Bergman. Mr. Carter came up to Terminated, with an ugly out on tho .

Woman's The sloop Dixie, with Capt. J. Hi: Andrews A. L Andrews received two carloads vote, and Miss Hsskel came up to see leg of J, B, Orner Franklin Grove Ill. ;,
of the
church, will Auxiliary meet the, first Episcopal Mon-- and Jno Summers, of Tibbals, W A. Herman of Finch, Ark., writes, of furniture for Palmetto hall, this week. her friend, Mr. Ilopholdt. It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding' 'I'}
"I wish to that Foley's. Kidney
day of each mouth at the rectory at :.1 on board, left for home on Monday last, Cure has cured report a terrible case of kidney Contractor Klopp has a large force ol 'What might have been a very serious to Doctors and remedies for four years
Then Buoklen's Arnica Halve cured It.
p. m. after 10 overhauling In Hodl( go'l yard. and bladder trouble that two doctors men at work on the frame work of the : accident, or series of accidents from the h'.
just as good for Burns, Scalds:
Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Goode and son, had given up." Sold at the'Red' Cross Beiisey residence, this week same cause, show how things
Richard, after spending two weeks In Foley's Honey and Tar Pharmacy, Tituiville, Fla. should be In putting strange 1
always stops O. O. Poppelton and Wm. D. Me Far- the road where people are Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle .la.Drayingorbauling :
Melbourne, have returned to their homeat the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse laud are preparing to take their annual near' publIc Last week three horses were
driving. ,
Neptune.The substitutes. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy

cruise In Mr l"oppelton' ,
Tllusvllle Fla.White > Fort Pierce frightened at a pile of discarded furniture Draylnar. '
Rev."Mllledge Walker; new rector Thelma. with the white painted side of an

of Holy Trinity church, delivered a The water In both the St. Luole and old oubboard turned to the road. Fort.u- '1

most Interesting sermon, Sunday morn- The festival and dance for the benefit Indian Rivers Is still high. Ic ts to be naily' only one portion was hurt, Mrs, of sill) inds prompt. 1

ing. Melbourne Is again fortunate In City. of the band was a decided success, both hoped that It will reach the regular stageIn A. S. Humphry and that only slightly.A IT attended to. Meats all trains. Stove> & .

securing this eloquent man. from a social and financial standpoint a few days. ...- --- wood fur sale at all times. ,.

Mrs. John Goode and Mrs. L. C. Mr. and Mrs. Fludley were visitors at The hall, at an early hour, presented a The town has been full of traveling Policeman' '.re thuonyo E. n. HOLT**' Tituiville. !

Moore arrived here Sunday: after spending Jensen, Sunday.Ira gay scene-long; snowy tables, laden salesmen this week. Our merchants ,
with shining dishes and sliver, the band J. N. Patterson night policeman of .'
several months In North Carolina. ,
In stocks of goods for Shoe .
Damout Is said to have bagged the are laving large Jtepnlrlnff.I >1!
discoursing patriotic airs from the writes "Last winter 1 had
They remained at the New Hotel Carle- first dear of the stage the winter trade Nashua, I
ton, until Monday. season. a large concourse of fachlonably-dreased a bad cold on my lungs: and tried at leasta 'i
Miss Thaxton, ol Georgia, was the men and women, dainty lady wattr'eshes E. L. Squire has rented the Register half dozen: advertised cough medicines do all kinds of boot and shoe repair- ;t

Melbourne Is to have a jewelry store guest of Mrs. Lament, last week. In spotless aproite, dispensing steaming cottage for the winter season. Mr. And hJ\ and repair shop this winter, where we oysters coffee, delicious Ice cream and Squire:: and niece, Miss Johnson, expect without getting: any benefit. A friend sir
can have jewelry, clocks and watches Some of our young people attendedthe brilliant : Prltohard Son ANDREW: Oinsosr.Tltmvllle .
cake-presented a scene long to u stay wltb us till the lit of May. I recommended Foley's Honey and Tar
repaired ty a first-class man. He should dance at Fort Pierce. Tuesday ever be remembered. After the good!: things I and two bottles cured ,me. I consider Fla. :
The Baseball club held Its first meeti
advertise this fact in the ADVOCATE. Ing. were disposed of, and several fine cakes i the greatest cough and lung medicine lathe

Pines are belngshlpped quite frequently auctioned off by Geo.Bach as,In his Inimitable log on. the The new diamond out, Tuesday with a afternoon. line world." Ret) Cross Pharmacy. Cleaning and 1-reusing.All '1,
team starts
for the two weeks, and pricesare ( and lots been drawn for
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and past style bad membership, and a good outfit. We will -
said to be going up. the beautiful cakes that were rallied,
colds tried and restedsafe
; reliable tell you more about them In our next.
tables and the work done up-to-date.. Call and '
! ure. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Oleson entertained Mr, the were carriedaway, Lotus.T. I
and Mrs.\Dutton and their niece, Miss youth and beauty of the whole of this era Work commenced on the building at lee me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor! I
tlon of Indian River tripped the light fantastic Gilbert this week which the Si.Luole .
Barr .
Morrlo, of Virginia, Saturday afternoon. Barber !Shop: on Washington avenue
Eau Gallie. selections band. .
to classical by the River Bathing club are erecting.The !
Those who fall to attend the meetingof To the pioneer witnessing the gay revelry club expect to have the building O. Ronald left for Daytona Wednesday '; .

the Library society on Thursday evening the scene presented a sharp contrastto completed In thirty days. Contractor to bring his new launch.S. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at '; ,

:, November 17th, will miss a rich the days when the festive fiddle Thomas has the work In charge. A. Osteen made flying trip to TI- this office, at reasonable rate. Giveus

SARAH. C.Eau HODOBOX Gallie Florida.-PHYHICIJUC AHD Boaoson. treat. squeaked out the merry strains of""Oh I The meeting of the Gilberts Bar Yacht tu.vilie Wednesday, to take up the bal- a share of your work. .
back and
Do not fall to attend the meeting of give me my eighteen cents, club last attended lot box.
Saturday, was largely ..
awkward youth and maid danced - -- ---
Northern guests are arriv Ing. citizens Monday evening In the Interest the square set to the "figgers," a lustyfellow : by the member from the St. Lucle and Quite a number went to the thousand ,f
of better roads and other public Improve called from his high perch In the ; Indian Rivers. Mrs. Chas. MoPherson stands this week, after ducks. We look FOR SALE. ',
F. M. Smith took a run to Jacksonville ment. corner at the top of his voice, "Ladles acted. hostess, and never was there a for them to bring In a good many. ;
and last / ,
return week. better
; Our young people expect to enjoy a to the right and gents stan' .fas', and spread. The people of Lotus met at M and Over 1,000 acres on Indian River Fla. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christian entertained dance, next Saturday evening In the swing the girl yon love bes', which Again the F. E. C. K'y Co. are showing Mrs. Blsbee's last Sunday and{ organized ,

a few friends on Monday evening. new store building of A. J. Arnold, they proceeded to do with many sly nods their generosity by spending their a Christian Endevour Society, to meet BUILDING LOTS, WILD LAND

Alex: :: Near has the dredging: plant in which Is being erected at the station. and blushes. money here. The Company have thirty- each Sabbath at 3 o'clock. ORANGE: AIORAPEFRUIT GROVES
Alas! those only a wraith of : five work grading -
days are men and a work train at
shape for work. The outfit Is very com Mrs. Sullivan and her sons, Willard I the'past; and standing among the fashionable a road from Stanley Itching's store John A. Flske Is with ns again, after a PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, .
plete. all of Whittier were guests all the
and Edgar, lathe North summer
} of welltrain.ad sojourn t
the crash a to the This will be a big
IBCapt. and Mrs. Robr. Svmmonds, of of Mr. and Mrs. Howard, last week, also band crowd In one's ear., bright- lights Improvement to depot.Stuart: and will be moon We are glad to welcome him back. -{3 to 91,000) PER ACHE -

Kenosha, W*., arrived In Eau Gallic, onSaturday Andrew Sullivan field.of Jupiter, and George twinkling everywhere, catching the glitter appreciated by our citizens. Mrs. Fields and son, Joe of Indlanola Owing to poor health owner will sell

last. They will spend the wln- Sullivan, of Doer w of diamonds, and the lustrous sheen were pleasant visitors to Mr. and Mrs. my quantity desired, cheap, on easy '.' ,

of silks. and satins, one could easily inv Dishes, on Sunday.Tboae' terms. Rare opportunity for profitable ;,
__.__ 1 .., n.1 lie Could Hardly Get up.
aglue| a fairy had waver ui s magic wan
here to COCOA last Saturday nvestment. ;
and wrought this wonderful transformations P. 11, Duffy of Ashley, Ill., writes, from JA8. HOLMES

& LIFTJRAKC! E .. Mrs. Maude Stetson This Is to certify that I baye taken two bee,and were Osteen.the Mesdames.The Misses Walker Pen.larvla Bls, M3t J.nleD,1Ia.,
IFIIJRIE I < l The committee- bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure and It
and Messrs. Bisbee, Fendarvls anil Tyler. .
Mrs. M. Hallldsy, Mrs. W. N. H ndry, has helped me more than any other '"
and Miss Kens .ber-dellO"e all the medicine. I tried many advertised -

credit of this successful event. The remedies, but none of them gave me any ,I,',
of 06.00 was taken In, Vole Not a Hick Day Since. 1
: handsome sum relief. My Druggist recommended -
INS bat correspondent failed U Met the "'. cared me '
your ) Kidney Cure and It ba" "I was taken severely sick with kidney
exact net proceeds on account of Jack of Before I waaln sucha
commencing Its use trouble. I tried all sorts of
time before sending this to the ADVO- shape that I could hardly get up when none of which relieved me. medlolneal I Isaw '
C.TJ: once down." Sold at Ked Cross Pharmacy ad. of Electric Bitten and
Ii you are contemplating taking out Fire or Life Insurance, give us Our town Is justly proud of Its band, ,Tltusvllle. determined an to your try that. After taking a "

as Good Insurance and Reasonable and we predict In the near future to few doses I felt relieved, aud have not
a call and we will guarantee you .
have a band second to none In the state.Oer .
of S
i Reliable! Old-Line Company, town baa a future especially 1r We cannot guarantee to publish seen a sick day since. Neighbors
in :
Rate as can be secured any great terns that do not reach this office before I mine have been cured of Rheumatism
encouraging on account of the publlo ,
noon on Thursdays.FOR Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
..A;;&. .... X I.I: cb: tpQILSOPT. sta. spirit evinced by our competent society and general Debility" This Is what B.

LIFE. FIRE and MARINE, INSURANCE. .I ladles benefit to to carry the town affairs to a of successful Interest nltl-and ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING V. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes.

Our Com W. ibotRepresentttha the rlorlda Test ,Fire inaursunce-OVER FIFTY/YEARS.Company. I m-'ColD. remember the ADYOCATB office Only BOo, Red Cross Pharmacy. "a

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(Pw ",'; Visiting. Cardn.. f 0"".* Florida East Coast .Ry. '

CONCERNING: ONIONS, ,: The Chinese wbol soetu two have

kn<$wn most of our,J ew Ideas) used
.tie Rurljr Sweet Spnnlnh Type:;...udLardr visiting cards 1.0001 years "fgo, but LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904-

Sort. For Full' Sowr. their cards were very large and not > .
tt Is quite possible to harp good dry I really the: prototypes of our visiting y cc"0 lovnt8OVlIo-lUD DOWN. .OITMIIOUNO-II... ....
onions f\fof I the supposedly tender cards, all they were on soft paper and
N.... ..*.111 STATIONS. No.1| ;>
sweet SpitulNh typo in early summer. tied with ribbon. Venice wems to S IMIJJ'. DaU1; L :Dal ly. .

The bulbs of Prlzetnkers: bore pictured have been the first city In Europe: to oaCrT... .... ........ 1MI1&aYIJI. ............... r "sr.-
cardu. Some j,1ZeONy 9. Mai.| .......... ...-...... ....eo Jtokioavtll ......................A.v ,! Ha !
were pulled early in July, gathered and use dating from the latter 1IMC el 10 Ma ............................Bt.AuitAi.tln" *.. ......................-.. T40aMa I
stored and appeared us shown on July part of the sixteenth century are r 11 OT ..,.............................. / ........................... PI
25. Th larger one wan three and n halt preserved In a museum there. The 11 48 a .... ...... ...................K.Ar Palm:........................ ......' 1M a {

In diameter and abouttwe.and German cities followed the Venetian 11[ Up ..........................Pal..II..L., 10*
inches greatest custom 100 years or so. Then London Ills iiuk LT .......... .I'.la.lIa.4.r TOO. I Hj: '
a half Inches ncrcms (top end
followed milt-actually followed suit- _..........a.Lv ==
to TOot 'real). Both specimen together for the first visiting cards In Great .... ,. 110 IOU.p Ar.IT ................... ....San' Mat.0......... ... ............... Ar I Ua 11554Ma ,

Britain were playing; cards or parts II L........ ..................... N.sa ..:........................L,
of such cards the of the J $1 p ..............................Bunnella.......................n....., !eMaa i
bearing name I .4 p ............... ............ .
................._. ..........Duponl. .1.: M. '
r be tower on the back. They were first Tid .............................. Ormond .........................,.:.. ..Te ,,
used I in England about 1700. We do St p ......... .................J>. .................... ........ 6N \/a
s .............. ... ...Port Orengh.. ................ 'f6"
not know when they were first usedIn 00 p .....1....... .......'.......ftirw BmTrna............................
this ,' not after IT P., '(...................Oak Hill.............................. 8 {I.I I'I'p
country probably long ) to 90 It P ..............................TI.n.v1I1..iI.......a_...... .' 11 5I J
their first Introduction Into British .0000.. ............................... 81.
35 44 p .... .......................Rneklndr. ................ ...........I IT a
society. 1bH1 1 P ..............................1Ia.: Oalll............................. 11M" .I
"- M p ....................."..... Melbonrn........._.................. 1.. 5
oe 0P p.,.............................8baUaa.. ........................"... .8 a4 a iiti IS r
California Prune Wafers. ( Ma 40 p .............................,St.' ...uw.............................. II 01 5.
.J Are made from the fresh California 60< ............................. Ft. rt.ro..._ ..... ...... .. .. .
I II II ,I,1 P ..............................TIbbaJ........_._-!........../...... n / 1011..
fruit used all over tbe land to cool and MaT a 1' ...... .. ............. Edea. .... ....,..................... liI H !*MIs
refresh the stomach and Intestines and Tri-Wcckly Sailings .................... ..3.nna..... it ... '
I tn keep tbe bowels active. The most MaHa .......... ................ .8tuart. ........................a.. 0 pa..
.... .eOona........................... '
I delicate Invalid 1 f' p ............. ..... :R oba 10. P _.
can take these Wafers BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. I 47 a ............. _......... .W... Jn ..........._.......... 10 It 1 e.'
for constipation, Indigestion and all 4 Ma Up.P ......................... W. Palm B.aeh.......................... III.
liver and bowel troubles, without fear ol 4 U 08 p ..............................Boynton.... .. ....................... II _.
1 1 1 / Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) IM.IMa. Ie p ............................... :...................- t 10.
I / griping or pain. They act gently but 06 .. ................. ......Ft. L.ad.rdii.......................... p ,
surely, stimulate digestion and hasten MaMa MP It ..............'.... ......... Hallanrial ...,.......................... fat p. .
the passage. and absorption. of food refreshing The Finest Steamships in the .Coastwise Service I p .... ................._...Ltmon CIII............................ p
n ; the whole body, 100 Wafers 25o. ; TOO* I. p A r.............................Miami............................. p is:,

1 at tbe lied Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.Ktl The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

Direct bervice Between .ABroaD BBAJTCH. OBA2TQB: CITY na.& nca. '

BABLETTA. AMERICA FBARI <|utt. of the Smoker. I Jacksonville Boston Providence and all' Eastern Points, N*. itDmllT 11 U <
);1D I
Portugal I
IN.w Queen type.] White The etiquette of the smoker Is not Pally Daily hllrT

type.) It i observed In Philadelphia according to (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) .. a .........".....u..........Ar MBOp! 1 lOOp 10 lOa Lv..!'. Smyrna..Ar
the scales at exactly three. SEMI-WEEKLY BAILINGS aaMa L........... Oataan..Ar 11 Isiall 1441 11 ale LT. tak H In .Ar lop I'I
tipped a globe trotter. In many countries. Bon th bound... ... .. ..... ..... .. ... from Lewis Wharf, BostonNorthbound. ..........Bnterprlsa..Ar 11 OOa. I 1110. LT.Oraan It 00.1 I
fourths of a pound. Seed had been especially! In Spain and Cuba where ............ ...... .. ......., .. ... from foot of Catharine Street, Jacknonvlllo M a. ArTyr........... 8uord .........LT 10110& 4 loop 1116. .r..Or. 'T Clty.Arl 1s 101
owed about Aug. 1 Jot last year the such etiquette In. most Jealously guarded .
plants left outdoors and thinned by a man who is smoking must be S't. Johns River Line. _.and ae. 'N.23: |l No.21Dafy 111I.. III No. 17 : Daiya.toDally 111I.. alillo.14Dally ..

') taking out the larger bulbs as they developed .sure, when asked by another man for a Clyde pus &-; Daily, |neaptSnnday Dally DallyMATPOBT. ezoaptaood'y Deny : Ii laI17
i to be used for bunching.! A light, to present his cigar or cigarette (DflBary Ltua. only.: eli
few of the plants left went to seed; the for the put-pone. To offer u match into BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. lBOI' 4 50 DI 00p /baL.J'ek.oav'sA. TOO 40 a p in* ,

remainder ,formed nice bulbs" in June Imply the nodal Inferiority of tbe Stopping. at Palatka Astor St.Ins rrnncln<,n the Herunford t./uUn'"(DeLand KivorCoininaooliiK ), and intermediate land 10 P Jts" 4 S'! 09 tap p 10 0 n Ota.a. .So..Pablo JaoiBoarlll Beaoa.:: 1 S Sea MaIS I'II.OOa n lo p p 40 up p II/>
and were ready to pull and cure In man who asks for the light, so that between | November IS, 1OO4. U 3S P 110 p I n I' 10 14 a AtlaatleJteaclkI aOOa T Hi 1 p 15 p !;
i Tucaday DO p p 00 p M a Ar. Mayport; LT S T40a 03 a ao p
July. two strangers such an offer Is .9 STEAMEBS"CITYOFJAClCSOHVlLLl5"'t\nd F1UOD'IC DeBARY."

The Prizetaker Is one of the more deadly Insult and sometimes sufficient Arc appointed f).all at followt. LA ave Jackaou,ilia. dully\ except Saturdays'3ISO p.m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. '
hardy onion viirletlen. Sets keep especially to cause a duel. When however the Returning leave Sanford, uallyextropt. Sundays.at 9:dO a. tu.

n t, well. Sometimes I hare bud some difference in social grade Is so markedas South-Hoond SCIIEl>ULJ North-Bound LOtt CONNECTION HADE AT MIAMI' WITH TIAMSMIP OF THE P. A. 0. L I. COMPANY fUHAVANA
; of the plants grown in the greenhouse to be visible in clothlug and accouterment Real down. It.all up.
y for to ground leftover Lea" a 80 ui. '. .-. ............ .. .-..JackllOn Jlle. ........................ \rrtv. :8 00.. w. AND KEY WEST
transplanting open ; the match may be offered Leave II N p. m. ....................... .....l'.latk.. .... ..... ........... ...... Leave 8 eo p. m.
j and as they stand very thickly without offense. When the lighted Leave a 00 .p.. m. ... .. ........ ... ..... .(. Astor ... .......' ....i.... Leave 81f p w. ,
In beds and the soil becomes thorough- Leave 4 80 .. ........ ..... .8t. Fraucls.............,........... Leave ::1110 p. 10 Then Time Tables show the which train may b* .x..*.,*... to arrlT and >iultrom '
cigar Is offered It must not be thrown Leave .ID. .............'......II.re.lord (OoILand)...... ................ Leav. 100 p. 10.. tae ........ral neatlon but tbetr arrlvat or departure al lie tine ........ 1* aol (roaruiwi,
f V, Jy dried out (really dust dry) In June away until the man who has offered Arrive II fin .. m. ... .... .... .... ........ Sanrord. ., .... ......... ........Leave 9 80... .... .or do*)* Ik. Compaay Boyd Malt rponlbl for any delay or any .........11..* ariiing tout*
, they form tiny bulbs that make excel It has taken at least one puff. Otherwise Arrive 10:00.. m. .........................EDl.rl'rl.._...=;..:.:.:............. Leave 1000.. m. ...... ,:

lent sets, and these sets Invariably keep the Insult Is greater than would Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville !I
Per Copy of th. LOCAL mat CARD or Other :IafrrmMl.a"BEE
In excellent condition If stored where have been the offering of the inatcn. '
dry and cool until wanted for planting: Philadelphia Record. W. O.IRONMONGER.COOI'Ka.: .Local Frt.ABt.JB. AssE.Gen.Pa.Agt.Jacksonville.. |0. LOVKLL:204 West: Hay, Superintendent St.Jaokscnvllle.Fin.JaoksonTllle.tfoot : THE TICKET JLOKNT." I
In spring.: Whether plants started from Hoftan St.,JaoluonTlllo. Fla.
seed in In August will Invariably A.O. HA.OKRTT. Oen'l Ea t'n Pu... Agt.New. York: CLYUK MIL.\E. Gen. Frt. Att.t; New York. t T. S. RAHXnSR' : As t. O-n. Pa.u. Xg"' *.. ST. AUOUOTUVJS; ?L4. ,
open THKO. O. KOKK, General Manager. WM. P CLYUK. CO.. General Agent )
winter If left put unprotected Has Stood the Teat 25 Years. ,Cbewbronch HullUinit.State St.. Opposite Battery Park N.w York.

la doubtful. I lost most of my plants The old original GROVE'S Tasteless C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltusvllle, Fla.
{ I last winter but, having used plenty of I Chill Tonic., You know what you are :
f, seed bad quite a stand after all and taking; It Is iron and quinine In a tasteless ,
p'' possibly In a milder winter they may form. No cure no pay 50ots. at the I

q tare better. The most damage done to Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. Atlantic Coast Line R'y I I II

my plants however was about the

4'' middle of April when we had those 'There U a new Invention to take the ,
Budden'dips of the mercury down to t I
of the It
place stenographer. may Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
The Great. Through Car I
15: degrees on two or three nights.
write the letters but It will never fill
Drown Australian! a newly Introduced on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November.TO .
the place In the heart of the office boy Southern Railway
sort, Is worthless for my purposes although
the manipulator TilE EAST.
in occupied by present
I have succeeded saving part .
I of the crop from those severe night of tho keys. Over Its own rails. to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence ,I

i frosta and In producing some good dry via the Pennsylvania Kallroad. I

+ bulbs. Those people who regard the,battle
The really hardy onions are those of of
Llaoyang na a virtual Russian victory The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile A Ohio R. R. .
the llnrletta or New Queen type shown evidently believe that when Ku- >
at the left of the first Illustration and .
ropatkln escapes utter annihilation he TO THE EAST VIA ST) AIUSIIIP.
of the White Portugal type shown at
: the right; I do not find much difference has scored n triumph.Consumption. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Thlladeldhla, Boa- ; '
t G ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington: and Baltimore. Via Savannah
and Merchants' and Miners' 'Transporttalon Company for Balti- I
i more aud Philadelphia ...

';" 1'1" Best Line to St. Louis, Mo.

Via Peninsular' & Occidental (Steamship: Company.
Superb/Dining Car Service. ,

Salt pork is a famous old- Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points

fashioned remedy for con- MILEAOE TICKETS. ,

sumption. Eat plenty of Interchangeable. mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal I
railroads the southern stated are on .ale. by the principal agent Stopovers going and returning at Atlanta, Knoivllle, Louisville and prlnclpd

pork, was the advice to the For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, North Carolina Mountain. Resorts. ,

consumptive So and 100 FRANK O. BOYL8TON' DUt. Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK Tr.... Pass. Agt. See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous Blue Gratf
t:18: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,cars ago. II. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. 'tv.' J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent.: Region, Lexington and Louisville. .

Salt pork is good if a man WILMINGTON. N. O. Free reclining chair cars and high-class day coaches, Through Pullman steep

' Jacksonville to St. Louis. .
Ing cars
stomach it. The idea
1 [ July 25.) can 5EJ.A.B: <> :RJr> .
between the White Portugal or Silver- behind it is that fat is the ; 't ...Polders, rates. etc., cheerfully upon apppllcation.. ,

akin, and the American White Pearl food the consumptive; needs AIR LINE RAILWAY.. ':
except that the former seems to be the ,
hardier of ,the two. For all sowing I most.Scott'sEmulsionisthemod. t
II would surely select White Portugal In 1
to all others. The specimens FOR--
.. preference .T'. 'O. XsT7 3BEL. Dist. Pass.. Agt., ;
t .' here Illustrated were pulled on ern.method of feeding fat to SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, '
1 June : but at that time still "
20 were
L Fla.
the Pork is 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, I
\ \ quite green.-T. Grelner In Farm WASHINGTON. ,
Fireside. for sensitive stomachs. '
, I

'I I Wheat 1I..t.I' Scott's Emulsion' is the most I |I. Two Elegant\ Trains Dally .

I In view of the damage this season refined of fats, -especially Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail; .
t. :from rust lu wheat a recent bulletin, .
I, J':'o. C3, on "lnve tlgoUoll1 of Ilust," attracts prepared for easy digestion. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. .

attention. It Is, however almost him fat in this ONLY LINE Operating Dally: Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. ..
Feeding --- -- -- -- -- --
entirely technical and deals large t

r ly with rust lu ,grasses. which is often the only
Professor "'. M. Hays of Minnesota
Is credited with the remark that "a way, is half" the battle, but For fall. Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent MallQryLines 1 1I

I remedy for rust is mainly a closed Scott's Emulsion does more Seaboard or write
"!''I book." Recently breeders of plants A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. 1>.1111. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON 1>/188. Agt. _
f have been seeking rust resistant varieties than that. There is some- JACKSONVILLE.: FLORIDA.

)' he sags, and alone thin line good thing about the combinationof ---------... .------....-- --- --. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
results are showing. The supremacy ---- ------- -

I of fife and blue stem wheats in the cod liver oil and hypophos- BO YEARS and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
northwest and the of the EXPERIENCE
i quality of northwestern prominence flour have phites i in Scott's Emulsionthat KIDNEY DISEASES -NO OVERCROWDING *

come In a large part through the rust puts new life into the IMPORTANT STATEROOMSJARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED onth
reflating ability of these two hard and UUimii tickets will be number of bedbtor
f ships, as no sold to exceed the
fatal of all diJ-
weak anti has the most
wheats. a special are individa
hardy the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring ill passengers

action on the diseased lungs. cases. service and attention. '
Feedlng the Pte.

It Is very poor economy to let bees ; Cm CV'C KIDNEY CURE II IBUlX TRADE DeSIGNS: MARKS .
go Into winter without a good/; supplyof I COPYRIGHTS AC.
honey In the hives. It Is also very : -4? "i : t free ,ioa request. u Baaraatnd Rjasdy ,, AnTon fumrtalii tending our ask opinion th and fre deecriptlon* w .th.r tn.valeKIr an (See Schedule of Ships in Florida; Times-Union)

poor policy to wait until very late In ."-U tVi''"S plctar. In Itfrwittioil ,. pntb.hlv patertnMtv Coinpa.nti..
autumn to feed bees. Sugar fed colonies t F 3 Y e :a. .i kibvl .to on theif or money refunded. Contains .tlon..lit tn'trlotlj. UMoM eonBdentlKl.uenrr for HANDBOOK(ocurtueMNitrau.Patent on Patent. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH
bolll ot .
t ry taken tbroavh Munn Co. receivetptrial
usually winter weir If fed early Ft.'iJ.i, i in \m buy.f.e'j remedies recognized by emi without ehurv*. la the Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

and given abundance to carry them the vest for Scientific ;Jlm rl\an. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
well over winter. Feeding should be :5C01'1'nOVNE nent physicians as

done at night/; so that the bees can take 'Kidney and Bhdder troubles. aatatk.n A b.ncSoo'y nt any Oht.'OId.. _.'''' f..r..t T.rn.. N Mrs a Through tickets sold to all northern points. For fall Information regarding"
the food at night, which they will do t dz I .c H, :j \lSTS..ro nua 114 sod ..... ,eroata..IL dJ4\r:11 new.e..l.n. tractions offered by no other line; diagrams reservatins, tlckau etc., apply w
as well as daring the day and no trout ++ ? Penrl St.. N. Y. I MIINN & Cn New York Florid!
l va 'v'' T rte : ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jaclsoniille
ble will arise from robbing. ;.. fi a.:1: druggists.L ned Cross Pharmacy. "as..; G6 ,

7.naf..N1ANw.w ; ,' ."" .......""., ",,.' .. .- .. .._ 1. 1 ,_, d. ...................'.,.., "' '';::_ '..
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JACKSONVILLE. ._- JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at NKW YORK .,
this office at rates. Give r' '

WINDSOR HOTEL \ Grap and Currant CaltlnsrnI WOe I ...us share______'_.of.1-your.._ ,work- __ :'<<'

JACKSONVILLE'S *" P..r.tlo.-Cvttlnr ..ek. Hotel ';
LAKOEST AND., ESTTRAR-ROtlND HOTEL Grape cuttings for propagation ore larlborough r \
made from the la-gent and beat developed .r i ,

wood of the past )"(OlIr'8 growth. r Broadway 30th and 37th Streets, NEW YORIC.Ij Ij ,
r .. They should be cut Into piece about : 400 Room.
--- 200 bath room Lighted entirely with electrlif lights. Con-
','t eight laches long ivid huvtutc at least frsEJ duo tod on American and European plans, and !Is managed under the persona
tl two or three joints. If their length varies I supervision of the owner .
'two or three inches it Is no mutter. :i: *.d E- S. CROWELL, Manager
,but the lower cut should be made ro _. .. .
.1S: ---- -- ------ --- -- -- ---
close to the Joint and the upper one a ; II "
about "an Inch above( one. The roots 8T. LOUIS J IO. ,
I <
come out at the joints. or node much :
more easily than between them, and It ( 0 \ -
r. : there la no need of any wood ou the o f} b! 1 :

r41 I e'e'r ii : cuttings below where the roots come (" 'I Hotel Napoleon BonapartelST. 'LOUIS. MQ.
( )
.llJ.. out. As the top bud la the one that Is ;: a ,

: above ground and will make the S Is close to the-Waballh entrance to the World's Fair, and. Is, easily renchecfjbjr 1
growth. It la Important that there a iZ._ I Ei I
i ''i w A i)0 should be no danger of Injuring It. and os tbe Worlds Fair shuttle trains from Union Station, aod'tlie; Ollvoi and Del- ;,
.A- that la why a little wood should be left I .cuI to'' : '
mar olootrlo oars. This hotel Is conducted on the European plan and'thw E
above it. The wood should lio cut early QM -
In the fall and stored in u moist ) rates range from $1 to $3 per day. There sro no inside rooms. It Is the) 't

place 11111'a: writer In Rural New 11 best located hotel It Is ( about 100)> yards from the VVabnuh main )
Yorker. As to bundling currant cuttings CI) n as ony ( ) en> ,
i (
the same j ul'nI111l1lYs: I.,t trance to Fair grounds, ? .'
In cutting back the new wood from Si 0
XDOE A CULLENS, OWNERS!: AND PROPRIETORS. the currant bushes It Is best to remove ..... < ( -ISfo&S For partloulare write to WM. MODE COOK, president; C. M. HILL t
about two thirvls of this season's wood. i.
.. "- vlee-piesldent and manager, HOTEL NAPOLEON BONAPARTE St.
---- ----- --- --
You cnu cut buck any time from now : '.
until! March 1.o'or propagation make en b g.. Louts, Mo., or go direct to the above hotel. >f:{.;. #

pDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. cuttings four to nine Incites: in length cI: > if _.u ___ _____ __ "____' _- _______ _-----' )
and Insert: them In well enriched soil ;; = P

straight down at once. It la best to E-e < s" 0U IF YOU WANT A...
plant them In double rows ten" Inches .
I apart. have the cuttings five Inches' ) rl'ai(1) = 'IJ -- ''t,-
Opposite pontoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- apart In the rows and the double rows i: .' ;
,, .'. 'J.., three feet apart to allow cultivation by '- "Et' (DaI j
,\' Lot j

novated. Newly furnished, throughout.' Liberally conducted V ,. /. cuttings horse. Bet will deep be even enough'with so the that grade the> > \ t kt:1: ;for : ..Building ....," : f!

"y "J, surface of the ground, then cover over f j! I
Rates 2.50 per day and up. ? ''jB. / <. with two Inches of: horse manure and e .9 a lot with, a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY !}
let It remain on the plants until cultivation : "
W. SPERRY Proprietor. begins In the spring, then Incorporate N"p --. ..1'' 'LAND FOR AN ORANGE DROVE, I '/

.. ,,,. .."_r I, \"'. .." it In the Moll with cultivator "j 4:!' ,riNKAPilLK PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, t
t, and' hoe. 'hl'n treated In thU way the q' We probably; have for sale j just what you are seeking. ;j I
cillliiHHig take place during "-1\\
o small root .f .\ ( Settlers:: are ttutoklng In but still there Is room. If yon are I:
H. N. O'NEAL I the winter and often are gJj t
formed.( These. have, n decided advantage ) looking this way drop .line to .f i
over cuttings that are burled

... HAS LEASED THE away in winter and planted lu the J JAS. E, INGRAHAM 3rdVloe.Predent.! j

I spring.! >ILOR1DA> EAST COAST n'y. (


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A V.rr Rlrh and $ntlafaetory Sport
of Thin Popular Plant. If
It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. Everybody who has the slightest acquaintance -
The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put In flrat-olat.F condition. with house plants knows iA i
When finished it will be second to none In the city. :Nevt eevator and
the popular Boston fern. so called\ (Nee HAVE YOU
new plumbing is being Installed. New and large( sample room being added. ,
Rooms with from pbroleplrf exnltntn var.). It Is a dollght\ SEENf
bath, May t to Nov 1st, $d per day
Cut: subject for house or piazza decora.
tion not only on account of Its own

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE general habit and bearing, but also be- f

4 FLA.

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- .
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water! '

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All : t :

street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per, day. : .";, .

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. E

The New Travelers Hotel. JACK'ONVILLE.Fr: A. > WALTON L' 1e 1 ,

-On the_Amerloan and European Plan-

Under new management, Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant NBPHBOLBPia BXAt/TATA BOOXTIt.

family home. Rates: American Plan, $::1.00 and $2.60/ ; European, 60cts cause of Its comparative hardlnens and
and up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door.H. resistance,to the usually untoward conditions

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. which surround the houseplant n
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Oreen Cove Springs, Is under the
same management The nephrolepls) In question \la re ..
markably hardy and it baa given' sev ;. .e
eral forms quite distinct from each
New Hotel Addle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. other and fully as serviceable as the .
19 East, Forsyth Street. type. American Gardening figures the
sport known as scotUl. which forma avery k
S t dense plant of long fronds which ..
Center of City; cool, airy looms; first-class In all appointments. The beat develop quickly, so that It soon makes

$3 to $2.50 American plan house in the city. Open all the year. European a handsome specimen. It makes a
shapely plant, does not easily show the
plan $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near effects of rough usage and baa a rich \' -.....
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. look that I la very pleasing. ..

T/a* to Traa.pl-nt 11'..... 4 ':
Corner Bridge and Bay Stieets. I ,
WOLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL I believe that all of us that posstfaa. a
be It small nave
\ garden ever so place '
-Rooms SOcts/ 75cts 'end $1.00- for' a few fern What they require ; "
above all else la shade. It mny be the ;!; :: I .
A first-class Restaurant In Connection; eastern or northern side of 'a dwellingor I :i'i# I'; NEW INYENTIO :- '

J. II. WOLFE, Manager. n wall or any other situation where ;
be afternoon sun dOM not reach them. (t
and It will do. Under tree la not suit ". "
HOTEL DESOTOFormerly Under new management. American and European.Plan. able as a rule. The roots of tree ex- Recently Patented all Over the World .
Re-furnlsbed. Centrally Located. beast the loll of moisture, .and tbe

( : ; Geneva.) Rooms: 60cts., 75cts., and $1.- branches shed big streams on the '
fronds. both to the Injury of the plants. "
JACKSONVILLE, JLA. 8. P. NASH, Manager. Jy own collection of native aorta are The Walton./ j'

-- planted on tbe eastern side of a nelgb-

OLD 8EAIIUEKZK, GOQI>ALL, FLA. >ors house which forms a division
Ine. The'sun shine on them until
Self-Locking Tackle Block.
noon but not later. They flourish In
the best possible way. The time to col-
The Seaside Inn FLA.Is led ferns U toward late summer. All This load-bolding block Is made la vsrous -.
their '
the kinds can be seen then and. shapes and sizes, of WOOD IRON
fronds being fully matured, the height
and BRONZE. Will work equally well
now open for the Inter season, under the management: of the owner, to which they attain I Is shown, and the
HORACE F: STEWART. handsome and new, situated on Daytona proper place for them In the gardencan with rope chain or wire rope. .
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant be determined. Take a good ball Will work at any bight upside down,'
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite.Keating's Casino and Pier. of earth with them if possible, though horizontally or at any angle and will, '
The surf Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. .
bathing as It la easy to got .11 their roots theyare atop and lock at any point. -
HORACE F. STEWART. Owner and Manager. transplant without
not difficult to
Invaluable for every kind of business" ,
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--XITUSVILLE. where a block Is needed, frequently .av3'
log the labor of one man or more.
A.*1- .alp. I- B-Ilt
Sembler Cottage TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. According to 'resident C. IL Weaver Nothing like It for banging or stretch
of the International A,'pIe Ship- lag wire.

Open All the Year. ,flood Board and Attention. wr*' association, the most noticeable Address all communications to the]
REASONABLE RATES. effect of high prices for new barrel

Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station, Tttnsvllle. lit medium seen In and the low Increased grade apples quantity which of I 1i-: Walton Self-Locking Block Co. -

MRS. A. J. SEMBLER, Proprietress are shipped to market In bulk in car 1t, u v r, N (Incorporated.) M
.----- ott. "Its./ ." In Mr. Weaver opinion. '
2 ltIELBOUnNE.: .. not a satisfactory; method for the ? ;, Office and Wareroom 404 Atlantlo Ave.
dealer, yet' a continuous advance In Near Kowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.
New Hotel Carleton MELBOUJINF., FLORIDA.I barrel price will nave a tendency tocause j. //t BOSTON, MASS. +
Bnvard County.Finely the farmer and packer to grad 1rMliafi
situated on a high bluff overlooking the INDIAN RIVER. their fruit more closely. packing only a'
Barf and still salt water bathing. Hunting and Fishing. Sanitary the best in new barrel, while second- t' Sample Blocks can be seen at the An4I 1

plumbing, furnace-heat and gas-light. Rate: $_ per day and up. band barrel, bulk shipments and other TOCATI off ee,Tltusvllle;and at the store
cheap method will be d..l10' of 8. B. Hobbard< by the week Private Baths.
Special **
ROBERTSON %ERGUSON.i. transporting the medium gnUty1Je4.G. call..daee: these blocks working.


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Write for Our Catalogue ; i F.A. Morgan, Proprietor. E. R. makowood, Registered DraggiBt{ i

U.LUSTnAT Valuable Information For Hontor In thl :Mr. Wm. H. McFarland, of protection

:D:1.: moods, o ri toho; : Section. travel- :
The Florida game season bas opened
O c>oJ.J.s.: Gut: G-leilsel.511vorwsro In good style in and around Tltusvllle famous shows will be in Fayettevllle, N. RED PHARMACY

: :JD1o.: and large numbers of quail are daily C., today. On Saturday,the 19th Inst., Z e'rITUSYILLE
brought Into town. The tables of the I Sell Brothers' circus will close Its season : ,
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Sembler Cottage, Tltuovllle, have been Tarboro, N. C., and the entire property FLOU1T i i i

/* well supplied, since tbe opening season, will then be sold.
Stock of
\ / ?/ by Dr. E. Eo Rollins and Mr. L. C .Bran- All the Sells brothers are said to be DRUGSAANDPDR i

Ding, who have been bringing'. in big| dead, two having died within the past PURE SUNDRIES, :
"j. Jewelers and Importers. bunches of quail almost dally. few months. The circus has made a fggr Prescriptions Filled With the i

No. 1O4-2" Cologne SJ.5O 41 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla. Snipe are here and can be shot. They great deal of money, the average being Utmost Care and Promptitude.'"1BQ( ,

=----v- usually make their appearance on the $1,000,000 a year, and tbe figures being WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIYE US A TRIAL ORDER. 11

:EI.. L. :a1OTLO D '. MELBOURNE CHAUTAUQUA.It full moon in September. $2,000,000 a year when it went to Aus Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes ', !
+ Hunters pare seen dally on the streetsof tralia. 2 Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles keptby
Is with great pleasure that we are Tltusvllle with large bunches of duck, It Is expected that Bailey or some of up-to-date drug stores.
able to announce that the prospects fora hot on Indian River; and Messrs. Hall, the other great circus owners will pur s Sty We /give prompt and careful attention to all mall order e
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splendid session of the Chautauqua of Rollins, Brady, Branntng Prltcbard and chase the property-of Sells Brothers
the Tropics are most promising Rev. others bring In all tbe quail they need. shows.At =
Dr Davidson' who has been the able; The outlook.for ducks on Indian and the close of the season, Mr. Mo Far- E. L. ::ee.:: .. ..::O Y dZ SRO.DEALERS : ., :

manager of the platform' for so long, will Banana rivers has been very encourageIng land will join his wife who bas been In IN-
I pop be with us again and has already; engaged so far; but they will arrive In greater Tltusvllle several weeks. He will as
1 some of the very best talent on number when the cool weather sets In. usual' spend several months here, hunt- GROCERIES, PRODUCTS
the Lyceum Platform. Among the Jacksonville hunters In Ing and fishing./ We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for'MAPES FERTILIZED '
Among some that are now booked Tltusvllle are : Mr. J6seph Norvell, We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all Conan,.
era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. '
may mentioned the following: The United States Bank Examiner, Contractor GREEN ORANGES. TITUSVILLE
1 Lotus Glee Club, which Is said to haven Richardson and Mr. W. O. Bellaire s

equal In the United States as a male They went out on Indian River after Young A: Co., of New York writes as =

; *...a'P. quartette.Rev. duck yesterday morning, and returned follows: Receipts of Florida oranges w. E. GOLDSMITH

1i Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, Dr. P. Bible, who will lecture: on with thirty-six. They have gone after and grape fruit are increasing, but we ,

: Ales Stout Etc.BJ Pedagogy, and other matters that will more duck this morning. regret to have to report that most of the -Dealer In- .
i -Send me your orders I Ie be of Interest to all who are InterestedIn The government bas taken this tooth' fruit coming In Is still too green. It
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. education. some bird to some extent under its wing growers could realize how much they ,
,I I :Miss Iten-O1ielr who gives lectureson as It were, and bas protected them on hurt tbe future of the market by continuing PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Ij life In Palestine; carries about 30 their brooding grounds at the"mouth' oJ to ship green stock, they would wait TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

j : East Coast Meat Market costumes, and peoples her platform with the :Mississippi. a little and allow the fruit to color on -----
t"t' P IUIII.tant.ln oriental costume. The lecture One should not wear too heavy shoes the trees Instead of expecting it to color
G. F. DUREN Agent. 1 I. charming or clothing while hunting. Any good, after it reaches the merchants In the Wna Walker

.I/.I1'1'/" 52 lion. Lou Beauchamp, one of the very stout shoo, with a few hobnails In the different markets. This kind of fruit
best men on the platform and who hns I sole and heel to keep one from slipping, prejudices the buyers against Florida -- Dealer'' In -

I &:' Q-: a national reputation as a temperance will do. Putties or good, tight fitting Fruit, and it takes some time, once Sta/pl a: .<3. DE'ar: .cy Groceries: ,
lecturer. Possibly, Mr. and Mrs. Laba- canvas legglns light corduroy trousers ,
0 t, they get a dose of green orange or \
i j ,- aka die, the\ Shalceperlan reciters. and coat. or corduroy vest, with shell grape. fruit,to get them started using Fruits: and: Vegetables,

I} ;II cII: Charles Lang Herald, bright, attrac- loops and a skeleton canvas coat, ma.kelll Florida fruit again. :EJaoyGrain etxid Feed,
-- tive man for a couple of lectures. We a good rig.
are also trying very bard to get the Rev If convenient one should carry an -Your Patronage Solicited,
Dr. Frank G. Tyrrelf of St. Louis, whoIs extra pair of hose,and after a bard day's BOUGHT TURPENTINE FARM TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

II -- the able manager of the great Colorado tramp, bathe the feet and rub down INTERESTS.Mr "

+ ca.:: a CDf'a Chautauqu, at Boulder\Colorado. HeIs with some alcohol or whiskey. It freshens INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.,
; Prltobett, of Dublin, Ga., who arrived -
a splendid lecturer, as well as a man one up; and if a long ride 1 la before
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. of wonderful force and magnetism.Dr. you, a pull :t the flask and a good pipe, In Tltusvllle. last week, with Mr.J. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Davidson is alter number of other and one Is happy. (J. Little, tbe secretary and treasurer I.[ prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
of the Consolidated Naval Stores Co., of paid lacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
bbolce attractions, a. he wishes to give Dogs should also be after.
; Robbins & Graham Go. the people of the East Coast of Florida, a Give then a good rub down. also using Jacksonville, has bought Mrs A. A. T. WET IIORE. Proprietor

i treat, which will be so good as to partly whiskey or alcohol. Feed tLem well, Monrou's Interests In the Brevard county .
f. (Incorporated.). pay them for the loss of last .. .Ion. and they are ready to go all the next day, turpentine camps for Prltchett Bros. A THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, :

l:;: PAID UP CAPITAL $35,000.00 WK. T. WILLS, Pres. and are not stiff. Mr. Pritchett is much pleased,with Tltusvllle -MAHUFACTUBKBS AND DEALERS 'INS r
I 4 and will move his family here
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I This company own LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAl-Everything to construct a house :
: SENATOR QUAY'S FAMILY MARRIAGE OF MR. BROWN.Mr. next month-provided he can rent a
I, XA.r: DST 3D J:: S, suitable house for his wife and three I II I'

I t .. the Indian River Country; On the St. The wife and daughter of the late Sen- W. Gordon Brown, formerly ol young children. :Mr. Pritcbett expect Brick, Lime and Ceraemt. Plaster and Hair. Turoed Work, Brackets. i
v I Sash Doors, Blinds. Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.
r ator Quay after spending some time in Liverpool, England, but now a prominent to: have a residence erected In Tltusvllle ani I
River River and !
i Lnole ; at New on Bay falls( Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
Washington have gone to Beaver' Pa., pineapple grower of Robe Sound and that will be cozy and comfortable both Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes. I
Prices suit the time.
V. Blsoayne. where they will spend a portion of the Palm Beach, was married, yesterday, to winter and summer Prices are not always the lowest, but stock is always the Best I
4 Send for Land List. winter and later come to the East Coast Miss Mary Grace Warmington, daughterof -Yards at Tltusvllle. Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
Offices at Tltnsvllle and Miami, Fla. of Florida. Mr*. Quay has rented her Mr. and Mrs. George Harris Warm- AUTOMOBILE RACES. !

handsome house In Washington to the inton, prominent and wealthy residentsof

:,: Stanley Kitching new Secretary 'ofi the Navy and Mrs. Euclid avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. One of the principal movers In the The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co
Morton for six months. Gen. Nelson Mlsa Warmlngton is one of Cleveland'smost Ormond.Daytona automobile races-Mr.
i j -Dealer In- A Miles, whose household has also been and ladies ,
popular charming
young J. H Ilatbaway-says: The Long Island
t. \ FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, shattered by death, spent the early and is quite a society leader. She Is road race last Saturday Is only another :SA: ord: : : F'loric1A.: : .

: I Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy Uliina autumn at a pretty place on the Hudson, well and favorably known at Palm Beach, proof that the only place on top of this I
and Temperance Drinks. where he had leased/a cottage for the where she has spent several winters and earth to race automobiles with safety Is AGENTS FOR- .

The following brands of cigars delivered pleasure of his dying wife. He returned has a host of friends She was one of the. Ormond.Daytona Beach, and I think WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING \
at 9J.23: per box of fiO: to Washington a few days ago, accompanied the most graceful dancer at the Washington within five years It will be about the I
. i I Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, by his daughter, Mr. Reber, and ball, given by Mr" Fred Sterry at only spot where they will be allowed to ACME HARROW, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,
Cremo, Cubanas, itabaliikt. her two small boys. A* an Indulgent the Poinciana Palm last
; Flinch Cards,50o./ ; Hand Made Palmetto grandfather, the gallant general I* a February.Mr. .

I, \ Hats, 25o. pronounced success, although In some Brown I la a popular and right jovial NOTICES.
t STUART FLORIDA. of their frolics It is ,basd to tell which lethe yonng man,-and his numerous friends ,:IWaoh.:11C: : shops.

.,I: !II youngest of the trio.! from Tltusvllle to Miami will, undoubtedly Services
every Sunday evening at the :
Plum'bin; Tin
: : ;, : : ja.x3.f3.:
,; William Hindle ,give him hearty congratulations.The ntusvilie Presbyterian church,
k \ THE JUDGE SOLD. ADVOOATK joins in best wishes Rev. W. E. Hall pastor. :J.\lI:01a1: '0 or3 ..

"?: TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON for a long life of connubial bliss and Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold .
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The James E. Budge,the unfortunate
: WORKER. prosperity Divine services on Sunday next In St.
l Philadephia schooner that was beached Everything in Builders' Hardware.
: Plumbing, Pump Work Pipe Fitting. below the Bingham place Palm Beach, MISS CHALKER MARRIED. Gabriel. church, at 11 a. m. Litany and
Holy Comunlon. 7:30: p, m. Evening WRITE FOR PRICES -
the late
during storm and which
was -
advertised for sale in the ADVOCATE, We have received the following announcement :::
t' TANKS MADE TO ORDER. sold last for of of .
was Saturday $600. marriage a very popular
P Your Patronage Is Solicited. Tbe wrecked schooner was sold by young lady, who la well known In R Hodges fe O'Hara

t & COCOA, FLA. British Consul Sudlow, stationed at Tltusville, where she has visited her ,

./ ", Jacksonville, and was bought by the Ister, Mrs. W. S. Branning, wife of the Brevard County School' Board held Its ...Manufacturers and Dealers.In.; ..
Jacksonville Wrecking and Towing Com cashier of the Indian River State Bank: usual monthly meeting In Tltusvllle this "

,Hodgson Bros. pang The second highest bid, $800, "Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Chalker announce week, with Messrs. J. E. Fultz, R. N. Dressed CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

was made by Holmes A. Heckert, of the marriage of their daughter, Ethel, Andrews, J. M. Dixon: and Supt. R. E.
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. West Palm Beach. Capt. Davidson, to Mr. Cramer B. Potter, on Wednesday, Mlms In attendance. The usual business Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Shingles, etc.

II t Marine Railway. of Philadelphia, one of the principal November the 2nd, lOOt, at Mlddleburg, routine 'was gone; through, and the to Mills any and part office of the located State.at Buffalo Address Bluff: Hodges, Fla. A Write O'Hara us,for Buffalo prices Bluff delivered,Fix .

I. General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. owners of the schooner wee also a bid Florida. At home after December lit, Board adjourned until the first Monday --

1 i ..Special Facilities.. der. Hi, Oak street, Riverside, Jacksonville, la December.
, L, For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Itis I bell ved that the purchasers will Florida." .. C. A. DUPONT'S i
leave the boat where it 1 Is for the present WARNING TO HUNTERS.
.Yachts and Launches. There Is no cough medicine so popularas '
1 and wait for high water, and try to rescue Foley' Honey and Tar. It contains LIVERY and SALE S .rA..BLE:
Mention the ADVOOATB when writing.
I It from Its dry land perch.-Palm no opiate or poisons and never falls to While deer hunting in the scrub Tuesday

Beach News cure. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy, between Daytona and Ormond, Ed. HASTINGS FLA :

BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. Russell saw something moving In the ,
; bashes, and supposing It was a deer, Can supply anyone on the East Coast with '
:Poaa/t Wait 'Too:: .gate fired, but to his horror discovered that .HORSES MULES HARNESS. .

I will be located In Eau Qallle after he had killed his own brother. John and single or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates.
Russell. Both are well known
July 5th, and be prepared to do all kind A' residents WRITE HIM at above address.
of Dayton.-Dayto HalUax'Journal.BUSY .
of work In this line. Write me for estimates What -

on your work. References if de.. M OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AL- mYVY.nnnYVVYv..r Ty'
SHIPPING BLOCKS ton' Rapid Calking Tools In
\ sired. Address, now use
., ', ----. by boat owners In the United States.
THOS. F. KELLEY, I The Walton Self-Locking Block Price $1.00 and $8.00 each at the ADVOCATE UNIYERSYFLORIDA.: -
Box 232. Eau Osllle. Fla. Co., : office, Tltu.Tllla, Fla. I
Boston, of which Capt. J. O. Walton u
Be of Tltusvllle .OF- _-
formerly president
Be has
ANtE just shipped a lot of their blocks to the What is Yiavi ? -
i E. Vesey Hall Brltl.hNavJDepartment at Portsmouth, = .]

r Georgian, Fla. \ \ Cared Zngland. Thin company has also sold .
'i Endured a lot of their blocks: to the United States A simple vegetable compound :.. ... .. ,..:.. .,.
; nerve
:: Boat Builder. : ; Navy Department at Washlngb, D. C. FIRST-CLASS PROVISION :
and tissue food; a home treatment.
Write for Estimates. \ DEATH OF CAPT. VAILL. Viavl suppositories and cerate for rectal -FOR-
< If you're Insured for then the wiping out of your dwelling, storeor .
............ ......... packing house by fire mean only a temporary inconvenience-your Captain Edward Vatll one of the diseases> pile, ulceration, fistulas, BODY: n.AsewGymnasium.splendldlyalalPPd' of ....

los I I. made good and you can start afresh with be money any of ourtaunch old landmarks of the East Coast, who at prolapsus and tumors. Call or send I : Alarwholr....

WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS and sterling insurance companies will pay yon promptly; on one time resided In St. Augustine Is for Viavl literature, free. MORALS ; Ot n:bast';;
when the best morals
you can buy Self-Lock. .
proof of los*. '" JP'E
Ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same dead. The Captain's numerous friends good elu..Illl .1
price. Now in ole In the United MORGir11N: : cfa A.or. -TON"INSURANCE along this coast -from Tltnsvllle to Miami '
L States Army and Navy Department AGENTS, -will regret to learn of the demise Florida Via vi Co Address: THE PRESIDENT
Examine them Pritchard Sons, orthe City, FisAAAAALAAAALW
of this popular steamboat commander. Lake
ADVOCATE office, TUusvtlle. T:111.1s'V'1.11o.: : 'loricLLL.: 20 Main St. Jacksonville Fla. AAA ,

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