East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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December 9, 1904
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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LOCAL NEWS Tina LARGE: JBieicic STOIIE. Kiltie's/ Big Store at Tltusvllle. DENTISTHY. FOUND Mr, George M. King, the popular
I clerk' : of the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville -
has boon obliged to resign; on account -
[And Topics of General Interest. J. R. WALKER & CO. Special Sale of Ml NS' HANDKERCHIEFS Dr. Miller the dentist, spent some time AT PENNEY A: BRANDING'S-The of serious Illness, and, accompanied

We Invited your Inspection! of the best, ranging In price from lOcts': to while time In Chicago, looking up the Furnishing Store-The only house thl. by Mrs. King, ha gone to his home

THE ADVOCATE, largest and most complete line of Holiday I- I SOcts. each. new things and, up-to-date method In side of New York whete you can find In Oil City, Pa. Mr. King ha made a

$1.50 per annum, In advance. Goods ever brought to Indian River SUSPENDERS, la tingle cartoons his profession, with the result that became such an Up-to date line of Gents' Fur people host of friends and traveling among the public Jacksonville: and ha.

$1.00 six months, Ie from the Comic Toy' to the Expensive suitable for Christmas presents. prices away with .some things which ate nlshlngs. When their leaders, as listed their best wishes for$a speedy recovery.Mr. .

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Article for your best girl or best young ranging from 25ots. to $1,00. bound to please his patrons. He has a below are mentioned, will convince you George T. Durant, of New York

,- Reading notice ads are ten cents man. Special frices 'In Menu and Youths' method of putting gold fillings In sensitive as every well dresser knows what they now, Ills his place behind the desk of

per line on this page. For those who want to give a Useful CLOTHING. An I endless variety of cavities without pain or the use of are: the Windsor.

ADVO-- Present, we have Just received a line of patterns. the rubber. This Is held 'as a valuable Stetson Hats, Knox Hats Manhattan TheV Hotel Magnolia St. Augustine,

i! OATH When by you the subscribe year, It does for not the cost you Handsome Rockers, In the highly-polish Boy*' Practical School Suite, made of secret by a few dentists; and It was only Shirts, E. A. W. Collars, Edwin Clapp now managed ,by as Palmer will be seen<*t: MaoDowell by the ad. on I Ie '

three cents,per week, postage Included. ed quartered Oak, at prices ranging from all wool materials, in solid and fancy through old associates that Dr. Miller Shoes. our 7th open page. This hotel has undergonea

THIS EAST COAST ADVOOATK Is on $3; .50 to |9.00 each. Our stock Is too color was able to obtain the material, as It Is Crossett Slices and' Queen Quality ,thorough overhauling; from basementto

sate at the following news-stands, at five large: for us to single out any one line. Mall orders promptly attended. to. not for sale In the regular supply Shoos, for the ladles. roof, and things! In general are much'

cents per copy : We lave the beat of everything In JULIUS KLINE:, houses.. The largest line of Clothing In the Improved the will of decorations, new
The beautiful
furnishings, etc. ground
Tltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. SHOES, HATS, GENTS' FURNISH- Tltusvllle, Fla. Another valuable acquisition I I. a new city. Everything that I I. found In an up. surrounding the hotel have been, made

Jackson vtlle-TDuval hotel. INGS, DRY GOODS: MILLINERY, filling material for back teeth. It is to date store Fall !In line with the more attractive than ever, much to the

Note date of expiration printed 'upon FURNITURE Etc Etc. Our pricesare -Mr. Chas. II. Nauman, of the Hani- stronger and of better color than any of hundred of others and go to the Fast delight. of the guests Messrs. Palmer

your paper or wrapper every week. This so reasonable, we can please you. over, returned from St. Augustine lust the old silver\ and alloy fillings\ and Is lonabl Clothing.Stoie. A' MMcDowelpromllo\ the same excellent

is a receipt for your money. No need As to Leaders, Bargains, and all such night. said to ,exert a wonderful vitrifying rJlNNItY': A IlBANXIXO, service home as In looked the past. home-like This popular tlian
never more
for us to send receipt for subscription.The (
date Kj'sea It to you. headers, we are prepared to demonstrate iron FURNIStlED HOUSES, ROOMS!!, effect upon tooth structure. 1'ltu"v\lelrla.. \ It does this winter; and Mr. W. W.

that we are It. etc., write, giving derails, to Stilt\ another new thing Is an main filing Palmer, Mr. John llauoound Mr. W. L,

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red When it comes to price, quality, polite John R. Walker, Tltusvllle, Fla. plate for those who moat wear artificial -Capt. N. N Penney, of Nathan- Palmer welcome are always on hand to give
hearty to incoming guest
Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. and courteous treatment, "We are not teeth. You will want to throw ilviul In town. yunterday.Mr .
-There will be something doing In will be found the ad. '
in the whole but do Claimand ? Into the river when On our 7th page
dance was given thing, we rubber plate
Quite a pleasant
the Titusville Masonic Lodge this even-: W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, of another St.: Augustine up-to-date
the Opera house, Titusville, last Friday Can and Will Substantiate the Claim, ing. Three candidates for the third degree you see this.' hall been In town this week, enjoying a. hotel*-the tit Geoitfe-managod, ; by Mr.
night, In honor of Miss Florence Collnar. Jhat WK GIVE MORE GOODS and Butter There is, too, a new wrinkle' putting visit with relatives.jMr. W, U. lluestts, who" I III ably saisted.. by'
; are expected to be on hand.A } much Mrs., Iluestls and Miss Huestlsj and also
Value for Less Money than any firm In on porcelain crowns, maklnRthem ;
BUCKWHEAT, GRAHAM, ENTIRE Tltusvllle. LARGE LINE OF STATIONERY stronger and saving your a little money. H. W. Gowen, of Wells, Maine, Mrs, M. B. Montgomery the proprietress. -
Wheat and Rye Flour, also Maple who I Iii making a tour of the East Coast, Among others connected with
Tltusvllle. Now, all we ask Is that you give us a Appropriate for Christmas Presents, Dr. Miller Intends to pay more atten the Ht. George are) Col. E. E. Varry,
Goldsmith's the callers at this
Syrup at call. No trouble to show Goods. No at the Red Cross Pharmacy,Titnsville.Mrs. tion to the upper Indian River towns tills was among pleasant chief clerk; Edward White room clerk; I

-Dr. E. E., Sample and Dr. Wm. S. short answers, but we will\ do our best office jesterday, ere leaving for points Mrs Mary Monugi\ oL housekeeper; Ja*.
D. N. Cone, mother of Mrs. A. year.At south as far as Miami. Cox E.I 1 Il, Brown chef A. J.
W. Va. who potter; ;
Vinson, of lluntlngton, to please and Interest you. Titusville, Monday, Dec. 12th.:
A. Monroe, 'Is In town, having arrived lKman, pastry chef; and Robert Pbll-
pent; a few weeks In Titusville, for the Yours to/erve and command. of
here on Wednesday evening from Ben- Ipson, bead bell mnn. A large sum
purpose of hunting, left for home oo JOHN R. WALKER & Co, ton Fla. -Mrs. D. A. Blddgett, :Master Delos AMONG THE HOTELS.The money has. been spent on this house by

Sunday THE LARGE BRICK'STORE, Blodgett, the Misses Helen and Mona -, Mrs Montgomery\ to make It one of the
FOR CHRISTMAS CANDIES see the Blodgett and three maids, were passengers foremost hotels oa the East Coast. 'Newbathrooms
Titusville Fla. ;
-Miss Catherine Same, of 'Courtenay, ; ADVOCUTB Is on file, at all the to the number of 111, and an
large variety of bulk and Monday's train, on their
package candies on way
and Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indtanola( best hotels In New York nit,, Otis,elevator have been installed The
Titnsville on .. -Dr. Geo. DeG. Schuyler and family, at,Goldsmith's, Tltusvllle. from Grand Rapids. Mloli., to Daytonafor house has been newly painted, papered
visitors to Where to along' the East Coast.
were pleasant of Eau Gallic, 'spent a few days In town the winter Mr. Blodgett preceded stop and carpeted from top to bottom,
Tuesday, and attended the meeting of trainmaster McVeigh, one of the See list of hotel and boarding houses
this his family a few days, to get the house
week Take of the ad. of the Florida
Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of popular employee of the F. E. C, R'y. on lit, 4th and 7tb+pages note
In qrder. '\ house St. Augustine on our 7th .
Eastern Star.WOUIoD THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for Rent Co., was a passenger on Monday's south {
hotel Altaroonte Is managed by Mr. iver*
Apply, K. R. Pyles, Tltusvllle, Fla. *1 bound train, en route to Fort 1'lerce, HAVE YOU SEEN THE Catalogue of The Altamonte at Hayden, assisted. by his bright and talented
LIKE A POSITION; BARBERing Fla I I. for the season
Springs, open
Marine ? Miss also Mr.Leon .
the Improved Smalley Engine daughter, Nellie; by
E C. -Capt. Clow, of Chicago, a well- ALL KINDS OF TOTS, GAMES, ETC. the la
; 12 years experience. If not send for one to I.. E;lioitrom, with Mr. Gee E. Bales, owner, Wbyllle, the genial room clerk.
Brown, Barnstable, Mass. 11-31 knwn winter resident of Palm Beach, for the children, at the Red Cross Ormond Fla. .' 10-7 charge; us usual\ 'The Florida house has undergone many
was a southbound passenger on Mon Pharmacy, Tituavllle.Mra. Improvement during the. past summer
-Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway; of day's train, en route to Miami and CObB, -The Peckert will In Titus Mr.\ Horace F. Stewart, owner and In the way of new carpets, painting pa-
Somerville, Mass., have arrived at Day for several weeks. > F. M. Wooten, nee Miss Aline perform manager; of the Seaside Inn, Goodall, pel'Ing, etc Several, of the room nave
tona, where they will\ remain until Hotel Brady, ,arrived here on Friday, from villa on, MondayTuesday and Wednesdaynext Fla., Is adding 2ft more rooms to the been newly furnished, which give the

Ormood opens. Mr. Hathaway 'Is the FURNI8IIED'UOUSE TO RENT In Tl.tusvtlls. Camden S. C., to spend the holidayswith and there will be a different play end oY his oozy hotel. house. a very have attractive been appearance.In order Improvements -

of the DaytonaOrmond Apply to Geo. M. Robbins, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. every night. Referring to tills company every
original promoter We are told that Mr. J. C. 8. Timber- where In the house, for Mr. Hayden
Titusville, Fla. Mrs. Wooten has been the Wilmington (pt. C ) Mesxenger says: '
beach automobile races. Brady. receiving lake, a. fnrmer manager of Hotel Indian Fully= know that cleanliness and good
welcome from her old "Police Alarm" wa the title of the play service generally attracts the tourist a
J. H. Andrews and son, Mr. -Mr. W. II. Gregg, Sr., of St. Louis, a glad; many River, Rockledge, will\ manage the Hibiscus the Florida
-Capt. friends. Mr.: Wooten will\ join his presented at the Academy Nov. 37th second time. Al present
GeorgeE. Andrews, who came up from has gone to Miami for the season. Mr. wife for the Christmas holidays. by the I'lckerts, and (h was witnessed bya Palm Beach, this winter. house I I. entertalutog agoodly number of

Tlbbals' do a little quail shootingwith Gregg, who la an ADVOCATE subscriber, very good house. For a popular price Hotel Managers would do well tQ get guests.

Dr. E. E., Rollins,' returned home Is the author of "Where, When and How NEW LINE OV HOLIDAY GOODS show It was unusually good, and was their ads. In the ADVOOATK column as The following hotel and boardinghouses :
with a big bunch of to Catch Fish on the East Coast of just received !at the, Novelty Store. : are open and ready to receive
Saturday night matinee also
much enjoyed. The was noon a* possible, a* we are sending husdreds the
will be seen by display
Is-Superintendent Florida. Books, Pictures, Dolls, Games, Christmas guests
birds. Mr. Andrews attended. been
well The Plckerts have of extra papers all over the East ads on our, 4th and 7th page; .
of the Palm Beach Casino and fleet of -Hunters are dally, returning to Tijtusvllle : Cards, Fancy Dishes, etc. Give here since Wednesday, and they have and West. JACK ON.ILI... t

boats. with big bags of quail?turkey, us a call. 18-4t had good houses at eanh performance.This Manager Jos, P. Greaves, of Hotel AI- Windsor hotel.' .

"WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYof snipe, duck, ee. Dr. E. E. Rollins andMr. -Mr. II. A. Hodges, a'well-known Is speaking well for the company, omar, St. Augustine, has had a big rush Duval hotel.

Christmas Goods, and so cheap' Wm. M. Prindle returned here with lumber merchant and turpentine opera. for people are not apt to go to the of work at the hotel this week, getting Aragon ha6sl.Weetmoreland. .

too," Is what everybody sliys who 43 quail on Wednesday, notwithstanding tor, of Jacksonville, who bad' been theatre the second time to see a play everything In rendlnes for the opening, New Travelers hotel hotel. III

looks at the show window, of the; Red the warm weatber.FIRII'wORKS'OF. spending a day or so with a friend, who presented by the same company If theyare tomorrow; Saturday; The hotel ha New Windle hotel.

Cross Pharmacy, Titusville.Miss ALL KINDS AND I la 111 at .OoorUlI, returned home on not pleased with the acting." Ticketsfor been thoroughly overhauled front top to Wolfe's European hotel.

Mabel Bingham, of Daytona, Description. A full line of new goodsat Saturday. He was accompanied by his sale at Penney A Branding's, '1'ltaR'I bottom. Hotel( DeSoto.

who was graduated from the Railway the Red Cross Pharmacy,. daughter. Like most prominent and vllle. : Miss Millie )Merrltt daughter of Mr. ST. Auau TIIIC.:!
short time up-to-date men, he planked down $1.50 LOCALS will be found Hotel Magnolisrsit.
Hospital tit, Augustine, a Archdeacon and Mri. Brown, who ... A. Merrltt, a, former manager of George hotel.
ago, left Saturday morning for Palm I left Titusville, on Wednesday of last for a year's subscription to the ADVO- on our 8th, page.Excursion. the Placlde" and Rathburn hotels, Jack. Florida houses 1

Beach, where she will enter upon the week, were met at the station on their CATR lonvllle\ was married In London Eng- The Lyon Build Ing.

duties a trained nurse to Mr. Joseph arrival In Orlando, by Bishop Gray LARGER ASSORTMENT CHRISTMAS to Ileach. land, on Saturday last. Mr. Merritt I. PALATKA.

Jefferson. Mr. Carl ttler.Mr. Jefferott' and his wife." Mr. and Mrs. Brown will Goods than ever- rirlety unequalled. Mslstant manager of the St John hotel, Graham hotel. .

private secretary, who has been be the guest of Bishop Gray, at BIshop.. PRICES TO SUIT: EVERY ONE. The launch, Ripple, win take excursion Charleston, S. C. ftaABRKCZH.:
Clarendon Inn
the Florida parties'to the ocean beaoh and other New ,
pending a short time at for before Into Drum., Rocking Horses, WheelBarrows
stead a fortnight going Work the west addition to the .
Bingham.:i J. E. VINCENT! : A: ()o., upon GOODALL.
accompanied points,
House, Dolls, Tea-Sets Games, Trains
their home In Orlando. Fla. Hotel Ormond, at Ormond, Fla., U being The Seaside Inn.
Tb. Record. Comb and Brush Sets, Toilet Sets Tltusvllle rapidly pushed forward by the. contractors TIT v.VILLB.

-for Just Received. Cuff apd Colllar Boxes, Rogers' "1817" Messrs.. Mottulreift McDonald- The Sembter Cottage.
Exchange River Front. Knives and Forks GARDNER'S.For Dance Notice, The Feaster Home. See 4th page. ;
everything will be ready for Messrs. Anderson

Wanted to exchange the orange and A fresh lot of citron, raisins, currents, will A Price, the managers, for the EAU GALLIC.
Picket Co.
Inasmuch the Four
a* Hotel Barno and Cottages.MKLUOOBSB. .
grapefruit! grove; described below, for dates, figs and nuts, at Sale or Charter. give shows' In the Opera house, Monday, appointed day of opening of their pal:
property with water front. W. E. GoLD.XITU'.Tltu.vllle.. I Ulal& hotel In January.Mr. : :! .
Tuesday and Wednesday nights, Hotel '
few Carletun.
and grapefruitgrove Round bottom Cabin Launch, 32x7{
Nice bearing orange week, the regular weekly dance will be P. M. Hnurez: proprietor1 of the New Brown house.
on a comer lot, with 200 feet front far Sale. feet, draws 24 Inches, 'Zi h. p. Lathrop '
given| on Friday night, Instead, of Wed Everett house, Saratoga a former hotel' WBftr: PALM BSJACH.:
There are 87 fine motor, speed I 9 miles hour. Good,
and 180 feet deep. per
The Narolssu Cottage
nesday night Tb change: will\ be for proprietor In St. :Augustine, Is now In ,
grapefruit trees and 18 orange tree, also For sale, a Sorrell Pony, about 14 comfortable party boat. For particular next week,nly. charge of the Hotel buyler\ Wee 4.'th

4 lemon trees and 3 lime trees. These hands high; gentle and a good saddle. or apply to J. E: VITCBST A Co., ,. < ",'.<...'* WS. BlIAMIIISIO, street New York. Ills son, a former Oak Cottage-hsdlanola.
about all In bearing, some of Tltusvllle, Fla. .. .* Manager.
trees are carriage pony, popular' chief clerk at the New Rockledge -
them being fifteen yean bid, there were J. E. FIELD. ': ./4w hotel, Rocklsdge, Fla., I I. In charge of Oak Cottage, a. private boarding< house
about sixty boxes of grapefruit and forty Inalanola Fls. For Sale. Furnished 1 Coo inn.T.WO be; Bcbuyler house office. In the beautiful village of Indlanola ,on

boxes of oranges on the grove this season I lerrltt Island, I I. open for the season. i
about sixty boxes still remain on Fine Property Sale. New Gasolene Engine for sale, made Furnished' Kootns for rent, suitable Mr. Chu. R. Crelgbton was a passeneroo Terms reasonable. Apply to

the trees. by the Rochester Gas Engine Co.; six for light housekeeping. No bed or ( Sunday' train, en route to Sea- A. S. UUMPitnTf,

This grove Is In Fort :Myers, ;Lee county Two nice cottages adjoining each hone power, jump spark. Includes table linen, ,Oeod location. breeze, Fla where he will be occupied Indlanola, Fla.

Florida, and Is only ten minutes walk other In North Tltusvllle, with an acre Jump spark coil, shaft, solid wheel and tf "M. P.:," AOVOCATC, Titusville. M chief clerk at the Clarendon Inn,

from the river Railroad of hammock and five acres of rich muck reverse clutch. Weight about 2SOIb. this winter. Mr. Crelghton warn ao Furnished Cottages,

depot Boat landing, Pot t.otllce and Store land, suitable for track farm. Good Price, $15; ;.00, caah. companied by his wife little! daughter I

of all kinds. This grove will have be- river front. The larger cottage has three I Can be Men at the store of W. C. For Charter. md mother-in-law. and bad just arrived& Highland Park Cottage, EauGallla, '
tween $:;00 and $000 worth of fruit OB It sleeping room. and a servant's room np Hjwes, Oak Hill, Fla. tf' Cruising yawl; -Trochee. For particulars from the border of Canada. Indian River, Florida Four, fire and

nest: year. stairs; and a parlor, sitting room dining enquire of the owner, Mr. T. W. McCreary, manager of the seven room cottages, all new and nicely

Besides the grove, there Is a rough room and kitchen below. The adjoining Cabin Launch Ilargaln. Stanley Kltchlng, Stuart, Fla.' mammoth Hotel Victory, PuI-in-Bay, furnl.hec1i; ready for occupancy December -

boarded house of seven rooms, all nicely cottage has two sleeping room and 33.x: Ohio, which the editor of this paper 15th. Term reasonable for the seaion. -
A cabin launch fitted for, cruising, :
papered, a tine pump of soft water on the servant's room In second story, and 7> x2, two cylinder four cycle engine, For Sale, Chen p. visited In September, I la this winter Congenial ociety.. Hunting, fish-
veranda and a pump In the grove. sitting room, dicing room and kitchen connected with the Mecklenburg )lIneral log and boating< Half hour' sail\ and
5> 1:. Speed 6 to 7 mite! hoar.
Will exchange thl* place for one on below. Larg., brick cistern to both Ideal boat p. for cruising la Florida per water Nice little Winter Home, 11 Acres, Springs Company, of Chase City, Va., short walk to the Ocean.

the river, with water front Will ( Address .
Price, $530.00. Good title. O"DerJalng *".
bargain to son* one. Make offer toowner. home. / Mr. McCreary' will be at the Hotel Wx.R. ROIICJI.U : .
Apply to GKO. M. ROBBIJTS, box 383, Jacksonville, Address, A. J.. BaCNEa.: .
JAMM PALrscsr TUa.vllIe/ria. Florida 12-5 Georgian, Indian Rlrer, Fla. Victory' a* usual. In the summer of 1005. 2 Eau Gallle, Fla.II .
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Free and an exa pIe to the state governments, gaging In Interstate commerce and Interstate I under which corporate business 1 Is car-

P especially In a matter. 10 vital aVthlsaffecting commerce!: 'is poeullnrly the I ried on In the various states Into all Cures a cold In :24 hours, Cou; hfll.bron.cllltl. -

Accepted Masons.Tltustllls. labor. ':;::1'\ field of the ptneral government It lf.. Judicial decisions! on the lIabj<;t and .., eatairh Ugrlvpe. neuralgia! and u. 8. SENATORS.
headache, together with all peeveriali J. r.3 Faliaferro.} ....Jank
\ Labor Va loa.. an nbsurdttjFfcf.jject to eliminate Into the various systeniK of corporate condition* of the System They gently 8. Jt. M lIo".. .1'"l onvtna

f I believe that under modem industrial nbrses In great corporation by state taxation In ue. I cull special attention the bowels wn.JuutCrIJlln"! / act on U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.

Indian No. 90 conditions it la often necessary and action. Jt 1$ difficult to bo patient wit! to the report of the ch.'ef: of tho bureau. the open liver( tone up the system and cause ,Robert W. Davis....... Palatk.

r .: even where not necessary It 1* ;yet often on argument that such matters shouldbe and I earnestly ask that the coturess culda, River wise that there should be organlzutlon left to the .tat... bocnusf more than carefully consider the report and rerommend.ttiona like mnlo. 'ilie> d., nut omme.. IluJlnll u. 8. LANU "
one state pursues tUe'O'icy:' : of creating of the commissioner! on In the head Price 25ttts l F,,i' saleby" OFFICE.
of labor lu order better secui-
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Lodge./ Florida. the rights of the Individual wageworker. on easy! terms corporations wblch this subject. Red Cioa Pbarmiioj, TIlI\ "llle. Fa.flrlbcry W. O. RoMnaon,. ... w II.ttlr 8Iver:
Hold* Its meeting* the second and fourth Friday "Ail encouragement should be givento are never operated within that state The business of Insurance! ,vitally af-- '---"--- Offices atGalneYllleriorlUa.FLORIDA ;: :
ofcti month, a" their room, Indian Hlvti :
r Hotel,Tltu tile, at T::3O o'uluck p. m. any such organization 10 long as It at all, but In other states whose laws focts: the great mass of the! people of LEGISLATURE.

I T.H. Aauden. Worshipful Master. Is conducted with a due and decent regard they Ignore. The national government the United States and U national and Gracle-Oh! teul'tig!' / Jam! I'm go- fcj. N. Dltulok,].ahlllielL(1b... .B nator

J r..A.S. Seine.Morgan:.Junior Senior' Wards Warden.H. for the rights of others. There alone can deal. adequately ,with these not I local: In: its nniltentton. It Involves ing to tell m::'inmii. liethlySVouldfl'tyou W. II. Jones, Tituseilte..Ropresenutj, ;
t J. M. Treasurer. great torporatloris.: To try to deal rather have some Jam?Harper's EXECUTIVE I>EP( RTIIIENT.
J.ft.. Walker IMxon, Beoratary. are In, this country some labor unions destructive (continued on. page 3.) Wm. S. .tennlnfrs........... .... .GOVf1!
which have habitually and other labor with them a nn Intemperate. Baznr. H. Clay Crawford. .... .... ..Secretary nor
J.O.Hhuik. p M. Taylor rtenlor L>oaoon. or demagogic "spirit, would In all -. -.-=-: --_._ --'-" I V. Knott,'. .. .... .... ... .... .reaitr
unions which have ofteu been
among James) ". Whltlleld.. ..._. ,
LU R.E. MImi Junior Deaoon.. probnblllty Edean that nothing whatever Uric Acid'nnd Gravel AttnrhPy-UenolU\\
.4,; C. H. Walr/m Senior$tewar1.liv '. the most-effective agents In working W. N. Siteata..Snpt. Public, IiiHtrtiutlou I
A.A. Stewarl .Innlor Hteward. for good citizenship anti for uplifting' would be accomplished, and with Are caused! by the klrln,yn bring unableto B K. Mel.ln', ... .. .iConuulaaloiiar AprHuiltur,' I
tic P.W.Kouort, Tvlpr.r. absolute certainty that If. anything properly filler he tmpnrltlei. from the Alonao C. ( .. (,'Ollll'lrOllo,' I
the condition of those whose welfare J.Cllirordlt.
.M. Wooten.Marnh&I.OKUKIt I. yuster..AdJutantAeuni
; I Ii should be 'clouest to our hearts. But were accomplished It would bo of a blood. Irvtnfc' 1ncliu VVafcis oUt the John Kradforil.. ..... ........Sone,or"e\leral' I
harmful nature. The American pei>- only .sure remedy for this condition; they It. K. .".. !State: Clmini;.
: Of KASTKICN!: 8TAK.Frlemlnliln when jjny labor union seeks Improper all D-ont Offloe at Tallahassee, Florida. I
pie need to continue to stow the very cleanse the kidneys from w<>
Chapter: Mo II, hokln its mtdtlnirn! ends or seeks to achieve' proper ends quantum that they have shown-that IP material build up the shrunken wall' of SUPREME COURT JUDGES.
In tile Manonlo I-odira room, Tituavllle, on the by Improper means all good citizens the kIdneys and prevent the formation\ M. Tt. M bry....Chief Jnntlpt, '
'; tint and third, :Xu". and more especially all honorable pUb. of this. Uric Acid. 8ol COciH a buJt by Jimtlue
p. m. Tile following are the officer or the to avoid doing any damage and I, i M. F. 'l'alor.. ..
i baptoriMr ; lie servants, must oppose the wrongdoing Ked Crows Pharmacy, .1 II 1111,1 lie. '
to proceedstep .
the determination
yet quiet RAILROAD COMMt8S10
Mr If% A. Borlmgeonr, W. M. as resolutely as they would EnS.
I ,. A. 'Moriran W. P. oppose by ate; without halt and without ., : I... Jefferson It. Browne chairman,. ... Key Went.
I I Mini, Zandlo ntewarr Associate. !M.Mr the wrongdoing4 of any great corpora- In Imlnating at least c ( A Remedy That No One Is R. Irmlson .. Little.. Khor
hurry \ .or
t. .. H. R. Wilson, 8 minimizing whatever of mischief or >( R. P.! Dunn .. '...
M. Dixon. Treasurer. clurk
his heart iii, it top"ed: the bul Madison.
should not for moment be tolerated. : :
]MlM. Kate Stewart Condtiatreu.Mrs. ., .. one evil there Is to Interstate! commerceIn Afraid To Take. Headquarter and offices at Tallahassee, Ha.
let. Holla No clour It would
] 1. Kline, Associate Con. wonder ; CIRCUIT COURT.
I, ]Mr .J U. Ruth. the conduct of great corporations
]) re. leo. W. ttcohle! l atl.. niRht to Orsramla. They are actlngMn no spirit of hostilityto stop a clock. Dr. Thacher's. Liver sand Blood Syrup Minor' S.Jones, TitiisIlle..Circuit Juilin..
lirr..1. Lu Carrutlinra. Martha. Wageworkera have an entire right : baa been used in thousands of homes for J. I). Kffisfi' trlantto..Prosecuting: Attorney
wealth. either! Individual or co. Spring Term-Fourth Monday In March
]Mr* ( en. ]M. Robblns Esther.Mm.
l t F. A. )tnrau; Marshal. to organize and by all peaceful and II porate. They are not against the rt< To: Cure a Cold In One Day fifty-two ;years with perfect confidence Fall reran-Fourth Monday In October
# r Miss Aleph Minis;Klecta; honorable means to endeavor to persuade BREVARD CpbA'ITT COURT.
than against the poor Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE Tab- ind the moat remarkable results.
t r. H. Walton WarderMrs. their fellows to Join with themIn man any more A. T).Fenney,.... ..... .... .... ...County Judge.
.T. T. Wetmore Suntinel.p man. On the contrary they are frlen.. 1ets. Drngglotn, relund the money If it The great success of this remedy Is due I.,. L.Oaulclen. ProHecutinjc Attorney.
J. L,. Carrutbors. ChapUlu.THE. organizations. They have a legal I. ... .. .
townti' Stewart.
\ly alike toward rich man falls to cure. E. \V. Urove'a Signature Lo the fact that its formula (which con County Clerk.
L- -
--- right, which according to clrcum that each acts in each box. 2! o. Red Cross Pharmacy Spring Torm-8ecOlfd Monday In May.
poor man, provided only i > ,
Hummer Term Second
lists of Buchu Hydrangea, Mandrake, Monday In August.
stances, may or may not be a moral In a spirit of Justice and decency toward -_ Fall Terra-Bocoud Monday In November.
JLiq right to refuse to work In company his fellows. Great corporation III,* Iur.-v'vlIa. fellow Dock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Winter Term-.Second Monday In February.
with men who decline to Join their organlzntIon. and of Oentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium) COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .
are only men great tlut
necessary "That ;.roniK Imp calls on our .
TC. Mime
.. They have under no circumstances nnd singular mental power can manage Myrtlllu remliulM mo'ot I'uttl." said th has been freely published. Member,: Superintendent..Ionitventur.J. M. Dlxon chairman.Tltimvtlle:

the right to commit violence such corporations successfully old man In the dining room. Doctor and Druggists everywhere do R. N. Andrew, Cocoa; J. K r ult*.SpriiceblulT.

upon those, whether capitalistsor and such men mast have great re "Why BO?" asked bill wife. not hesitate to recommend a preparation,, I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
wageworkers, who refuse to .T. R. Walker. chairman Tltnkvllle; John K.
support should '
But these
corporations "He has farewell which contains the bestI
so many perform they know "lot, Indlannlai, It. A. Conkling Tllliuan; John
their organizations or who side with be managed with due regard to the ances In the vestibule." Baltimore known remedies for correcting all irreg- O.*, inav.T.F. "II. White City. Repilar
those with whom they are at odds for Interest of the public ns a whole. Herald. sessions are bold first Monday lu each nionta.

mob rule Is Intolerable In any form. Where this can ho dome under the present |i. blarities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood, 'I I BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
The and the diseases caused by the failure of' A: r). Poor ey,Tltnsvllle;. .......County J1t wageworkers are peculiarly entltied Inws it must be done. Whew California Prune'Wafers. D. I.. to the protection and the encouragement theMe laws come abort others shouldbe these functions to perform their proper' A. Stewart,Tltimvllle. .......('..unty ('lerk,
of the I The great toulo cathartic, an Invaluable ,1 j J F. WiHit nCoonaA.Tux. Asxesnor,
law. Wherever the natlonul enacted to, supplement them. work. I .. .. .
i cure for naHlaita, biliousness, ..contlpatluu K W. Hull.Tlniavlllo.! tax; Collector.
government has power there Bureau of Corporation. oatimh of t beatomach. Thousands of sick ones to whom life Jo'i Henry, 'ritneviice.. ..... Treasurer.E .
nervou n HH, R. "' lni.,. rtitnavontiire' Su't. Pub. In.t.J. .
should' be a "trtuKent; employer's liability The bureau of corporations has made bad breath, oily skin! ,.sleepless-: has been a burden have written grateful O. FrIes, Tituaville..ounty Burvmnr.

law which .should apply to the gov. careful preliminary Investigation of Ut8S. wind and all liver, stomach and letters that others might profit by their J.. I Brown Tltnavllle, ........ ...........Sheriff.W. .
ernment ttf.'lf. whore the governmenti bowel trouble. Wafers .B. J.orwooil, Tltusville..Registration Olllcur.
many Important corporations. It will 100 25cta. Forsale
an einplj.-er: of labor. make the beef In- by Red Cross 1'haimuoy, Titusville.? I TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL.
a special
report on T!. K.: Roll 1 I,mayor; VIOl> O" 'nrlcy ni'.rohAI l and
& tTr---. Pr.v.ntlnu of Railroad Accident. dustry. BLOOMINO uffering terribly GBOVB with TUT:(ndlge.tion No-.r.18( 1002.t'wai anti. tax ollt>ctor: R. H.. f)i''', clerk and troa.lIrorj;

The ever increasing casualty list upon Tbe policy! of the bureau Is to accomplish Red Ilnlr unit SanntroUe.Nobody kidney trouble and sent to my druggist foroomethlng John nrgpcfl.j.' Henry L.Carrtit'ipra tax :" ;: w J.: "K.: Bran-nlnn Walker;, ir.anti A.

our! railroads Is a matter of grave the purposes of Its creationby ever lici.rd, of u red headed A. he sent to relieve me a package me. of Dr. Thncher'. D.: ta rUrlKri', councilman. The council meet

., -- ,Pul>Uc concern and urgently calls for co-operation not antagonism! ; by man being suustrutk. Why a red bead Liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try it, flnt Tueidar. in each month.
action by the congress. The passage of making constructive legislation, not( should tiCTord any protection from the and now I am deeply grateful to my druggista TITUS. VII Lit BOARD OF'TRADE.O. .
well a*to you. M.; Rol bin*, i'resI.Ientl.' M. Dixon, treat-
a law requiring the adoption of. a block destructive prosecution! the Immediate rays of tho sun' or give its owner Immunity I had been a sufferer from these thing and tirol'. J. <|. BIt, 'eo-etary. Meet second Wed-

PRESIDENT'S r SSAGE[ signal system has been proposed to the object of Its! Inquiries; by conservative Horn one of the most singular ana a general had only run-down received condition temporary for relief ten year front, nesd. night: n e ch month at their rooms.i .

l1grt'MS.. \ earnestly concur In that Investigation of law and fact and by nfl>cton.s! : that humanity Is heir to* IK other medicine But after using:not quite two
that package of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel .ttr..a Ityon want to... lbs1e113I .
of even'
recommendation, and would also point refusal to Issue Incomplete and hence one those/ mysteries tll"dot.torll I
a. .tout and hearty* I ever did in my life and i blKKMt return for C ,'
President nC,Osevelt's message has/ out to the congress!; the urgent need of necessarily Inaccurate reports. Its policy cannot fathom, but the fuui I am satisfied that I am entirely cured. I feel"J your lAbor and ,, .,,'
teen .."l'..lntlon In the Interest' of the public being thus one of open Inquiry Into remains thut men with red hair CUD no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble,and ,. your grounds't'I ,' e'f"
delivered to c..ugrees.; IU maIn my digestion I* .a good a. any living. man'*. yon can't' afford .J 't"J.'
safety limiting the hours of labor for and not attack upon business, the bureau stand. almost any amount of exertion I can now eat whatever I choose.I 'ii.a5ttI5" to plant anything but .il
features. are as follows; railroad employees In train service upon has been able to gain not only the In or out of doors/ during the hottest never had any remedy give me inch quick
and permanent relief and I can not put a correct -
The enlargement,, of scope of thor railroads engaged In Interstate commerce confidence but, better still the cooperation weather and never feel uny serious re estimate on the value your medicine ha* &;

r functions. of the national government ..nd providing that only trained of men engaged In legitimate suits from It.-St Louis Globe-Demo\ been money to for I would,Very gratefully not take any you amount r*. ol PERRYSEEDS

required 'by our development nah a.nation and experienced persons be employedIn business. crut. J.C. BROWN. .

Involves. of course. Increase of expense positions of responsibility connected The bureau offers to the congress a If you ...... a mlMn tariff to-day..a

_x >> and the period of prosperity with the operation or trained the mean of getting at the cost of production Has Stood. the Test 23 Years. free "bottle and "Xtr :r1a1o_.. -'thJ standard after 40 y_..'

through which tile country In pas&ing The safety appliance law, as amended of our various !great stapleu of The old original OIIOVB'S Tasteless Get...ymp'om.fur a&vlfotWo Imu be They largest always and auriMt produce
i by the net of March 2, 1003: has commerce.Of Chill Tonic. You know -what are fimply ante vow to try ; justifies expenditure* for permanent you pen... Wo know wn.ul*l tvi!(do. ttiem. Our 18011
proved beuctlclal to railway employees, necessity the careful Investigationof taking. It Is Iron and quinine In a taste rue. ...1.t by all .Drnggia1two -- -a, Head Annual ,
Improvements, fur greater than would and in order that Its provisions may b* special-corporations will afford the less form. No cure DO pay, COcta. at the G1.4$1.00. I fna on roqueit.

I be wise In bard times, but abundant properly carried out the force of In. commissioner'. knowledge of certain Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle Fla. rS.4.0HIUJ MEDIOrNB co., M.Fcnnv&Oo..

II revenues and a large surplus always specters provided for by appropriation business tal'ts.the: publication of which (Jnattanooffa_.._Z.MM* I ,-. -' OITROITf' MICH.

!ff r Invite extravagance, and constant care should be largely Increased. This servIce might be an Improper Infringement of -- .

I 1 should be taken to guard against unnecessary has passed the experimental stage private rights. The method of making

k ; Increase of the ordinary ex- and should receive generous recognition public the results of these Investigations -

: tenses of government. by the congress. affords under tI""*> law a means .

Capital Unionism In Oorcrnrnvnt orn_.. for the piotectlon, of private rights. .
and Labor.The The congress will hnv all facts except
There is
no objection to employees of
: relations of capital and labor
the such us would give to another corporation -
government forming or belongingto .
i end especially of organized capital and which would In-
Infornintlon ,
unions, but the government can neither : r.'
; i organized labor to each other and to discriminate for nor discriminate jure legitimate;; business of a competitor ., \'

j' the public at large come nocond In Importance against nonunion men who are In its and destroy the Incentive for ,.,., .
I >> only to the Intimate questions Individual superiority and thrift .
employment or who seek to be employed ".
I of family life. Our peculiar form of i under It. Moreover, It is a very The bureau has also made exhaustive ', "' ,
oxamlimtlona Into the condition
t ( t government with Its sharp division of grave Impropriety for government employees ... ...--... legal: ,"to <
f authority between the nation and the to band themselves togetherfor I Ii .,

I several states hus been on the whole the purpose of extorting Improperly "
I high salaries from the government. ;. ": '::1 1 :
tar more advantageous to our develop- .. ,
Especially Is this true of those within ,
ment than a centralized \ "I
more strongly \
$ .
the classified Ii ." "
service. The letter cur .
: "
government But It Is :
l undoubtedly; re- Flare both municipal and rural are as j .. .

ipoiiglble for much of the difficulty of a whole an excellent body of public I .';A <';.rt: V ,,
3 I meeting with adequate legislation the servants. They should be amply paid. w- : \. I

: new problems presented by the total llut their payment must be obtainedby p- .., ." M' ,. ..,

c change 'in Industrial conditions on this arguing their claims fairly and hon. This Is the antl-Mctlon roller boarlr.R used In all the ; :, -

,Continent during the last half century. orably before the congress and not by : ,' Walton Blocks, which in pronounced the finest In the world. .' .. '.

In actual practice It has proved exceedingly banding together for the defeat of .. .
I those congressmen who refuse to give .
.' :,
I .
difficult and In
many cases ,
In .
promises which they cannot conscience .
Impossible, to get unanimity of wiser give. The administration Line V '

r action among the various states on taken : INV
: steps to prevent and punish A NEW NTION.

these subjects. From the very nature abuses of this nature, but It will be I a ., .. ,,: :

Gf the case this In especially true of wise for the congress to supplement "

I, : the laws alXectlng: the employment of thU action by legislation.! :;;:;:::/; -: .
;: '
I capital In huge ,uasses.t nar aa of l. bor. ,... ,, ..'# : Rec'eatly Patented all"0er theJWorld. -

t 1 With regard to labor the problem, U Much can be done by the government! ( : "''("V .'" ''' .

t no leas.Important but It la simpler. As In labor matters merely by Riving pub- t'i.' "".. J' '

1 I long ns the states retain the primary licity labor to certain has done conditions.excellent The work bureauof of i Miss\ Gannon Sec'y Detroit .' The Walton.
control of the police the circum- I
t L power I.
thIs: kind In many different directions. Amateur Art Association tells
stances must be altogether. extreme '
I[ shall shortly lay before you In a special -
which require interference by the federal message the full report of the In- ,young women what to do to

authorities, whether In the way of vestigation the bureau of labor into I avoid pain and suffering caused Se1fL cking Tackle Block.

r: safeguarding the rights of labor or In the Colorado mining strike, as this Is a by female troubles.

the way of seeing that wrong Is not strike In which certain very evil forces, / c : This load.holding, block Is made In var- '
which lead at work u DEAR Mas. PuninAM !-lean conRctenttously -
are more or everywhere
done who shield
by unruly and sizes .
% persons C ous shapes of WOOD, IRON -'
I recommend I rilln K.
under the conditions of modern ,
e themselves behind the name of labor. IMiiklmtn'a Vegetable Compound and BRONZE. Will work equally well
industrialIsm! became startlingly
I If there Is resistance to the federal inent. It Is greatly, to be wished prom that to; those of my sisters sulTering with : with rope, chain or wire rope.
Interference malls female weakness and the troubles
with the or
courts the: department of commerce and Ia- befall Will work at any bight, upside down,.
which BO often .women. I suffered
interstate molestation off
commerce -ior, through the labor bureau should for months with general weakness 1 horlzc nUlly, or at any angle and will
federal property, or If the state authorl. compile! and arrange for the .congressa that I -
\ and felt so weary had hard stop and any point. t
f ties In some crisis which they are unable Hat of the labor laws of the various work to keep up. I had shooting pains, J "

.. to face call for help, then the federal states and should be given tho means I and was utterly miserable. In my distress % Invaluable for every kind of business

,t'' government may Interfere; but to Investigate and report to* the congress I was advised to use Lydia II.IMitkliuui's where a block U needed, frequently aav--

such Interference be caused upon the labor conditions In the Vegetable Compound ing the t labor of one ma. or more.
though may
) and it red letter
was a day to
condition of arising out manufacturing and mining regions Nothing like it for hanging or stretching
by a things me when I took the first dose, for at -
throughout the country both, as to
of trouble connected with some question that time my restoration began. In : wire
i Ii wages as to hours of labor as to ,
six weeks! I was a changed
of labor, the Interference Itself the labor of women and children and perfectly well in every respect.woman I felt j Address all communications to the] -y' ,

.limply takes the form of restoring order as to the effect In the various labor I so elated and happy that I want all I1\\\\

without regard to the questions centers of Immigration from abroad. women who suffer to get well as I did." r Walton Self-Locking Block Co. iI I _

which have caused the breach of or- ,In this Investigation especial attention .-Miss OOTT.A GARROS, aS9 Jones St., 'I 1. / '
: I
( der. In the District: of Columbia and should be paid to the conditions of Detroit Mich., Secretary Amateur Art (Incorporated.) I i irj

child labor Association.-.5000 If original of atom _ ; .
to the territories the federal law covers and child labor legislationIn rj
.tt.r proving ytitulmtatu tannut b.product _ i'11' Office and Wareroom 404() AtlantIc Ave. -_
the field Bat the several states. I !
I entire of government. fI
When one considers that :MissGannon's _\ I' Near Kowe'a Wharf, Elevated StatloD.1DOSTOY. ;
the labor question la only acute In Co rporat I on. is _
letter only one of the
\ populous centers comnwrce, manufactures When we come to deal with great I countless hundred which vro 'A MASS.
or mining. Nevertheless both corporations the need for the nro-
t g are continually publishing in the newspapers ", _
in the enactment and In the enforcement ment to act directly; la far greater than of this country the great virtue! Sample Blocks can be teen at the ADVOCATE I

1 of law the federal government In the case of labor, because great corporations I of Mrs. rinkham'a medicine must be of S. B.:office Uubbard TItuaville d: Co.;and Jacksonville at the store -

.itUn lu reatrU ed sphere should let can_become such only by ea- admitted by all. Call and see these blocks working. -


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECJEJIPER 9. 1904."Professional "kw'': 3

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-- -
Garcia. PRESIDENTS' MESSAGE system. The- committees sbonld consider The ) : .t'I'! us us it natl0: \1,

the question of the 'retirement of the > /';;t,'to :::,
) !M 'I' the greenbacks and the problem of !tie-! atJaJtbl";,,, | ; ,> attainment ,of the "( -t. .
M. BOBBINS continued! curing ., 'cam1 :By Its combined therapeutic action
in such !
GEO. ( from page :l.) our currency elasticity or tin pence which upon the l 1,10001.nl1 the mucous

AIQ'D qa is consistent with safety. Every come wMU M b n.u.: '::0 i 1 is not tnorttlysafeguurdfoOtn "NlftiURE3S': t--. v inein'irHne' Hancock's Liquid
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR silver dollar should be made by law redeemable .i' "S\ >\ and
a multitude of trumuctlona" among the Its own rights, but = ... .. > Sulphur positively surely
In of the -
gold at r
AT-LAW. people ot the different states and between option scrupusnusly) { .WcoHiil/i| ( ,old performs '

Will practice In State and United States American companies and for bolder. Its ,duty _( trd others Uenwiilly \ \ Cures
:Merchant Ma-rlfte E.
( Court. Sign /governments., I.urge that the con- I especially!! commend to your Immediate pence tell* .c rlKlitt'oumii'SH, but If \it.tEI it..i''. ; Catarrh
green carefully couakler whether the there Is between tlu two then
attention the of eonO
OiBce at TITUSVIILE FLA. encouragement our
power of the bureau of corporations our fel 1, first tJ fie! t'\\t'I\o' of
merchant marine by appropriate lei s' I 'GEDMI"ln ) Catarrh fAR r -rKtitutlonaldis
--, cannot constitutionally be extended to lation. rlglitei>u",ii.s,': Olii'lKlitt'iiuM ware are & ... a
I. ease! and 1i "ntment alone
GAULDEN, cover Interstate transactions in Insur common nnrfliurlfrhieoin r"K-e: Is rare,
D.L. 'The growing Importance ot the orient but \ t1"k.! f J t'/ wilt not cure: u. ::Sulphur the
unce. Mliunnotl. The e/
SATTORNEYATLAW as a field for American exports drew r \ r i greatest germicide nails
Rebate. right of fremlom\ unit; the I'OttlItlblllty: \ .' '" ;' f x harmlessliutpowerfuleonstitutionbuilder.
from my predecessor, President McKinley "f f ,
Above nil else must I'i li value has
we strive to keep r \ Its been recog-
Will practice all the Court of the StateOt an urgent request for its special (continued on page 7.) t \
the i nlz
high-wars dfQugetbutallltlicurativeeffects:
Florida, and the United>States Courts t commerce open to nil consideration bay the n..'. .
on equal terms and to do this it Is neccssnry congress.The I were never obtainable till the discovery
1. O Hog 23S. TITUSVUXE,1 FLa.iiJ. to puta complete stop to all re Importance of securing proper .Notice.THE'REDIT1RA of Hancock's: Liquid Sulphur. So posi-

Information and data with a view to tIe is its action that we guarantee it to
; bates. Whether the shipper or the railroad
WEBB la the enlargement. of our trade with AsiaIs tKOATKKS!!:!' AND III*, tr Catarrh, Eczema Acne. Itch Jan-
to iblame
makes difference.!
1 no unduninlsbed. Our consular representatives ) W. Alouroo. lUtoenxiHl. mid druff Rlnj tworm.Prick 11 Heat,Diphthe-
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW The rebate must be stopped tho abusesof In China hove stronglyurged all nonwuiH Imvlnir any plain or tleiniuiitumlttat ria. Sore.Mouth and Throat, Granulated
the private car and private terminal bin chow ara hereby imUHmt cud. raqulrml Eyelids, and all diseases of the Scalp.HANCOCK.S .
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th a place for permanent display of to present the Mtme to the mi<'lt rlKiioil
track and side track systems must be "h..lnl"tr..tltx. nC MM ilaneilont within the time
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents stopped, and the legislation of the Fif American products in Rome llromlnl.'nttrade pruM-rUiiMl. by law' ,or else the..111I..11. lie iMritxI.AMY 4
and rents and accounts collected. center of that empire) under government A. !MOMtOK! IlQulaStllptdliQ especially fur Huron Scalds,Openftorea.
tyelghthc.mgress. which declares It to a,.', sew rover !! Chafed Parts. Raw Burfnceo Dolls
A AoiuJnlHtrntrlx of
control and KnUtaof :
management, as
TiTUaviLLp! FLORIDA. be unlawful for any person or corporation .. D. \V. M.mroo. ''-nn"r.Phi...*. Ronghnea of Face and Hand, aud
to an effective means of advancing our TttUHVllle. FU.,Ontoberl8 till... lu.8tlUIter' 'U all Skin Dlieaiea.
grant, give solicit, acceptor export trade therein. I call the atten- Sold at allrellahl.dn,.otn.-. Write for frtwbooklet
A. D. PENNEY, receive any rebate concession or tion of the congress to the desirability on Y.aurarearsaiulWUatow. of sulphur

discrimination in respect) of the transportation of carrying out these suggestions. ", Sale :- HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR co..

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of any property in interstateor laaltlarore5 Md.
foreign commerce wht'rebJ'Iuch! Imntlnrratlon and Natarall.utlon.In AITO MY ViRTUE OP A, FINAt
TrrcsviLLK, FLORIDA. / UNDER.... In furoclnmire, viitiireit
I shall dealing with the questions ot Im- I In the I Ir- -- -. ,
property by deface whateverbe =
any cult Court, fur the Snvnntli Jinllolal Can -- --
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th transported at a less rate than that migration and naturalization it is Indispensable imlf ot .'10"1... !1'1 ant for lirevnrd o therein il... ..... WLli.J .j1'.U'1
Judicial'Choult. named in the tariffs published by the ) to keep certain facts ever iwn luir.| wlinrelu Miry 8.
Iearanwuexeontrlxat the .
carrier must bo enforced While I before the minds of those who share mile I"I|(" *" under the will f Annin rnlute A.Itagranw nr. sad all, *..! CBi.Jmsi itidney end Oladdor rtlqiit

am In enacting tbe laws. First and foretnost Uevr anml. I* complainant and Kate M. Duwniin, -- _._____._. _. .. __ ____ _____.. _______ __ __. u._ _____. ____.____________
A. FROST, of the opinion that at present it would 1 el al., are Inlenilani, r, MI Knuolnl. Mimti'r In
G be undesirable It it were not Impracticable let us remember that the question Chancery, will null at imlilla Rain In Mentor the
of being a good American has I (Cimr llonito" door at T tn.i lie I Khirlilit\ ,between IF YOU WANT A...
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW )) to clothe the .
finally Interstate .
1 the legal hour. (if >al tu the highest and linnttlil
nothing: whatever to do with man's _
| commerce commlsulou with day .
authority -
Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th birthplace any more than it has to-do I i liHin, tlieiunie liolnn: the I ttrvt Monday: : In .unlit \
Judicial Circuit. to fix railroad rates, I do believe with his creed. In I month and a'eical! BHie ilav the following lien. t
I that as a fair security to shippers every generationfrom I"..Ilu.IIltll.u..l1.. the nnnnty nf lire.
'Trrtrsvirxic + FLORIDA. the time this government was van,!, Mate of Florida. ur HO iniiuli. tneruof a> .Building Lot
the commission sboutd be vested founded men of foreign birth have wit) MttlHfy aald II"" "' and, Clint, to-wll : <,,1.: .. '
with the power where a given rate baa All Lute iJ and 9,of fWwtlon art In Township! la, .
... stood in the foremost rank of I
.-QTEPIIEN E. FOSTER been challenged and after full hearing very Bontli HHIIK 3U\ East, except ten acre utt the ;, la I
godd citizenship, and that not merelyIn south .Hide of II..let lottt.ll"r..toflll'tl I t'flyt by !,> ."P ,
found to be unreasonable to decide sub- one but in every field of American ', tbeJrU8."f.the tlrat 'part Hvalmrn' "' J(n*. by or .I lot with a nUILPINO HEADY) FOR OCCUI'ANCY, "
ATTOKNEYATLAW.JyalUpehurchJ ject to judicial review, what shall be a < l"lJl&jCtl1l41.r
activity. I I the rwmml ot Ure.a..d county, FiorI<1 contain- |\i.f": ;"LAND FOR AN ORANOK OROVE, I'
reasonable rate to take Its the
..4ul1dlnK, jax place Inn I\8 amen .
There la no danger of having too | *1 liio : of Suction 12.
ruling of the commission to take etrlct'Immlately ToWlinhlp 32, South t' i'tNKAPrj.E PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. many Immigrants of the right kind, ;t Rant 8i Fast:. enntalnlng W arrc, ,
and to obtain unless and but the citizenship of thin country Alpo niiiiiilinnolnir on the gangs" line 81.75 We probably have. for Hale Just what you aro neeklnff. _
until it is reversed by the court of re- rliHlim nurtlKif ..mill went oorm>r \,f re.Moii .
TVT S. BURN1IAM if. D. view. should not be debased. It Is vital that Township| : Houih lUntre4i> hunt\: at the .Ian 7\\ Settlers ore flocking In but still there 1 Is room If you an
we should, keep high the standard of line of K II I.t ltiK'h.. then lCo West lJ.Hn.liaiu: : !
Steamship companies engaged/ in Interstate morn or lees. to the In.Hun River, themes run looking this way drop*a line to
and well being among our wageworkers, 1 Nortli! along th. Imnk of laid. 1 Kl 1>er IKI vanl M
SPECIALIST commerce protected In our and therefore \ve should not admit I the 'anil |doe of 'land fnruiKrlv owned I..> W, It .

Ear, Nose and Throat. strict coastwise\ trade should be held to a masses of men whose standards of !living ohalu"anl"rll more belies or limn. !tuMt.theme to tliinthrrlv Atlantlo along ilcean,' ,theteean 47 JAS. E. INGRAHAMi; 3rd V1oe.Preedent! ) ,
observance of the Interstate
WEST PALM'UAOH FLORIDA. commerce and whose personal customs and i Ihiauli In sabi. It, .U..II..I..II.. IMIIIK| FLORIDA EAST COAST Jl'Y
: > act. ni|"mlt/ to the point of noiiiiiieiipeineut.. thence.
[The president here discusses!' the habits are such that they tend to lower Went ajunit. nulif line :34.BO olmlnn' t., point of l>... ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.Floh'da' <
the level of the American wagcworker, Iln..h'K.I..11I1\' or Cut V, Hm'tlon li: 'Iown.
HOUGIITOTTS; city of Washington ranking:; numerous and .above all should not admit "IIII'III.II""h: hanue3? hunt, 811.I..r l Ixitii; 3 and' --- -- ._ .. -_... -----_.._-- ---_._-- --
DR. recommendations looking to Its better any 4. Section T,Townsblp.l" : H4iuti lUuge 4O seat,
man of an unworthy type. Similarlywe '' en. taming W sores mrre or ')lu.., with al,
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon government lie asks that laws be should take the greatest care about rlimrlan. rltfhtn Oranges
passed preventing overcrowding/ thotenewf'ut"distt'lcts. JOHN' HKNRV, and Grapefruit
the "Dentoa," for the abolition of naturalization fraudulent naturalization D. lu Or.nMen. Bnorlal Maiitnr, ID Cliancnry: ,
the naturalization of
Improper Attorney for Complainant. 1M
Now ON THE INDIAN RIVER. blind alleys and the proper housing of persons, Is a curse to government/; .

the poor: lIe also recommend changesin / and It Is the affair of every honest AT,!M() EARLY VFOKTAnr.K-4 I WANTF.n itT
( Sale.UNOKR .
The Largest and Most Com. the criminal code, null would have voter, wherever born, to see ,that no ,

wife beaters corporally punished.] fraudulent voting is allowed, that no ---
olate Establishment South. Irrlnutlan. ANn BV VIRTUE OP AN KXECU!: Maoor M. Clarl: =::
fraud In connection with naturalization lnKlieil out of the Circuit Court for .,
During:; the two and u half years that is permitted. llrevaril unu ty In a cause; therein i>an
GEO. S. HACKER & SON, have elapsed since the passage of the .'. n.vl.l n of Naturalisation! Law Ing,: rt.R: H. H.i.I Holme wa' '::e".defendant.I oimhler.: It 1 lilnmtllT have- 110 Murray Street, New York

reclamation act rapid progress has levied upon and will sell at|ml,Ho ontory to the
been made in the surveys and examinations There should be a comprehensive revision hlKhcat and heat. hliliUr lor nanh In nine of this

of the of the naturalization laws. The Cimrc louse ilmir, 'I'ltunvllle! Florltla, luriin, Member of the National of CommlHalou Merchants of tho United States.
opportunities for reclamation the hours of 11 a iii. and V ., on the firm League
in the thirteen state and three courts having power to naturalize Monday January A. D. Ilea, the followingiliMcrllieil (
should be definitely named by national real ..astute ,,'Hltnatml the County: or -8telloll... Quotations l Cheerfully Kiirnl h d- '
territories of the arid vest. Construction
Hrevaril and State or (>lorulii, to-wlt!

t has already boon begun on the largest authority the testimony upon which 1>Flrot Tim, tract of lour, and one-half((4")a".11 --- -.- .- --- .- -. --- ._-.... -.. --- ..---...- ..-,, ,-y '- .---y
naturalization may be conferred shouldbe tl...M>rtl>e and most Important of the Irrigation Krovanl llpnorilH, the
County North linn huluic
I works and 1'11:1118: are being/ completed definitely prescribed publication of e.Tachalne and till fret, Hontliol 1.11.1111. h.t"nl F. Ruhlman: & Co.
I Impending naturalization applications LittM three and four of Bertlun' 1W, Township V4
for works which will utilize the
Mouth Mange 'KI Hunt and hemp:a strip plat fee
II should be required in advance of their
I funds now available. In wliltli, extenilliiK from the Indian River tu.
hearing In i ,nni The fores pollcy-of the governmentis of all certificates issued should be by land now or formerly of KUIinr. soil South VJ! Murray Street. J r N. Y. ,
I Just now a subject of vivid public by land now or formerly of J u.I roweli. 'I
uniform throughout the country, and Heooml. All that' purIofthe.suhwextqum-
i t Interest throughout the,, west and to the trr of the Southwest' quarter| of IItoclulI! | 101.
the courts should be required to make
I people of the United States In general. Toirnnhip M rVinih, Itunice OU luuit IJ'lag biintllof
returns to the secretary of state at the laud of Lupin' t'{111)1011.'I'hlrd. Oranges Pineapplesand a
MANUFACTURERS OF The forest reserves themselves are 01 .
II stated periods of all naturalizations t..O..II.II".t the Northwent'aorner of
I extreme value to the present as wellas the lour anal oiitvliiiir wore parcel. l of land first ,
conferred. above deirarllied' and run west alonir the Booth
Doors Sash Blinds.
I to the future wel&ire, of all the IlneatAndt.wj. MatthuwetothelllalitofWayof
I western public land/ states. They powerfully Not only are the laws relating to the F. K: C. Ity. Co., thnnce Southeasterly Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
Moulding & Building Material naturalization now defective but those I, along.ald. Right of-way to the North Jin. of J.
affii-t the use and disposal of O. I'owell' land., now owned liy Mr. Sarah II.
the public lauds. They aro of special relating to citizenship of the United ttinlth: tii.noe Kjnt: to the Southwest iroer, of represent sereral of the largest shippers In your State and wish to represent
Office; Warerooms King opposite States ought also to be made the sutfr the Unit UemirllMfl parcel; thence Aorih to the .
Cannon Street.Charleston Importance because they preserve ject of scientific Inquiry with a view to place of bclnnlnic.| you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established SO ,earl.
.the water supply and the supply Fourth. >.11 that part of the Northwest qtmrter I '

probable further legislation. The pow. of the Southwest' quarter of fbtutinu :V*,, ... ... .. _._......_._
S. C. of timber for domestic purposes and no -- ------- --- 1-- -- - -- --------T-
er of the government to protect the in- TownNhln M South, lUnite 'KM Kiint, which' ll tfMouth
promote settlement under the reclamation of the lao.lufK. 0. Mvaiiinln* and North KRTADLlnilKlI' 18711. '
tegrity of the elections of its own officials of the pownll or Smith land and West of the p
Sash Weights Cord a till act. Indeed they are essential to is Inherent and has been recognized IUjlit-or-way of the ". E: (J.Jl!.Co
the welfare of every one of the great 16-5 JOS. P. ljROWN.8ho'I...,
and affirmed by repeated declarations
Interests of the west. ,- M. Lane & Son .
Hardware I have repeatedly called attention to of the supreme court. There ,
la no enemy of free government more ,
Window and Fancy GIas the confusion which exists in govern- dangerous and none so Insidious as ..
( ment forest matters because the work'is ,
the corruption of the electorate. I recommend r 250 WASII1NOTOX STREET: NEW VOUK. J
A SPEO1A.L.TY. scattered among three independent j
the enactment of a law directed -
organizations. As I have recommended

all the forest work of the government federal against elections.; bribery and corruption In Southern Fruit and Produce

should be concentrated in the department
CUBES of agriculture where the Delay. In Criminal Proerentlona.No I iea

larger part of that work is already subjec Is better worthy the at- .Ji
MLO done. The Canyon of the Colorad. tention of the congress. than that portion ( ,

should be made a national park and of the report of tbe attorney general -

the national park: system should In- dealing with the long delays and 1 :2 i fe a-) FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. f

clude the Yosemite and as many as the great obstruction to justice experienced -

possible of the groves of giant tree In In the cases of Beavers. Green : Stencils) Card and our quotations furnished on application.

California. and Oaynor and Benson. Were these (2W 4) .
Isolated and special cases I should not -

'The veterans of the civil war havea call: your attention to them, but the difficulties fOLEnfIONEYAlmTAR l'OlEnnONEYAN fAR+

TTIE 1 food body properly gets its life digo:from ted. claim upon the nation such as no encountered as regards then t9 i a 5j Our s Ooldsi Prevents Plltt".r,. foe eAUdre.s ..,..". __. Aro.lrfatuTIITn

other body of our citizens posse**. The menwho have been Indicted for criminal .. .. .. ._ ...
- ---- ---- >
digestion means pure -- - --- -- --- --- --- --
Healthy practices are not exceptional. They Qpi '
but stomach pension bureau has never In its history (
blood troubles for anile the body from, carelessnessin been managed in a more satisfactory are precisely similar in kind to whet ,. A.I: :)'POOILT: JOJJ: OTr: I'xcizLa" : : ] r

eating and stomach disorders manner than Is now tbe case. occurs again and agnip In the case of (.J c3 to ''I>> oun( ri
PRICES Ann niorrrW --.Q
.. criminals who have sufficient means to
upset the entire system. Improp- Consular s rv| e> i

erly masticated food sours on the Our consular system needs Improvement ; enable them to, take advantage of a U) .-" .- --_ .- .. --...- -- --- .... .. .... --.---
stomach causing distressing-- should be substituted I system of procwlurfe which has grown r
Salaries i:
rains, belching and nausea. for fees, and the proper classification, : up In the federal courts and which .i g'b o H ,. s s 3BI TT..MC cSC OO :

Vhen over-eating l* persisted weakened inthe grading and transfer of consular of- amounts In effect to making the law SIT aesew.e.yet., JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.

stomach becomes lice,. should be provided. I am not easy of enforcement against the man 1 ..
dyepepeia'claim. s.eD
i and worn out and | 4
who and difficult of .
the victim.Thedford'e prepared to say that a competitive system has no money erg

Black-Draught of examinations for appointmentwould forcement, even to the point of some- ; t fuu i1

cures dy pPJlflia. It frees the work well, but by law It shouldbe times securing Immunity, as regardsthe i ITS. _

stomach and bowels of congested provided that consuls should t*> man who has money. At presentthe = > 4 to- it>> ..

matter and gives the stomach familiar, according to places for whlebth4J' Interests of the innocent man are b F 2 cxvltral>, .

new life. The stomach is quickly apply, with the French German amply safeguarded but the Interests of E-isa a.OC ,: 0

invigorated and the natural or Spanish language and should) possess the gOTf'mmE'nt-thot III, the Interestsof I tV7TAI pR1PJ439

stimulation results in a Rood acquaintance with the resources of honest administration tbnt is, the en 1) = ,, ,
the thoroughly
appetite with .
Interests of the people-are not recognized r
food. the United States. i-a' (
digest .
should b*. Q.)
You con build up yonr stomach It is desirable to enact a proper national .- as they r: t.

Sl-TTVyThedfori'' .natural Black- quarantine law. to the of(ne the president territories discusses of Alaska.the progress II.wall > t:' Qrs,6 QT .
You can buy a I call your ana i'orto Ulco, with recommendation
Draught today. extravagance: In printing and binding tiM of 4 $ oo $4so
package from your dealer for for change in present system ,
25c If he does not keep it, send government publications and especiallyto : ,government of the first named. lie de- ''ir '< e

the money to The Chattanooga the fact that altogether too many of siren to see a delegate from Alaska la (; 1 '?

Medicine Co., Chattanooga these publications. printedCarrearr. congress.) i QT 4 ,, 1 1n '

Tenn.. and a package will IM rer.laa Pnllr,. .aJJ 1,11 lvr ?

mailed you. The attention of the congress sbould Tb* steady aim of thui nation, as of r :)w sw

be especially given to the currency all enlightened nations, should I be to

THEDFORD'SBl question and that the Handing committees strive to brine ever nearer the day l P 19 e

on the matter in the two houses when there shall prevail throughout ,. eAgentr

DRAUGHT charged with the duty take np the matter the world the peace of justice but J ,

of our currency and see whether It there are kinds of peace which arehighly .11

U not possible to secure an agreementin undesirable which lire In the :

tbe business work for bettering the long run as destructive as any !!tlr. I fort: Pabat Brevrlmj Co f fmob



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I JAKES. PmTCHuuu, President; .'' W*. M. BBOWW,. Vice-president.
TriiENGLISH? LANGUAGE: Report of If.f.; 9;thou. cattle Inspector Cashier. .
COAST ADVOCATE for District,No.,;#, was received. I
'. Clerk's report'of tax certificates cancelled -

"Wi; t will be the world 'lan during/ the month of October, was I HEALTH INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

I *WBBKLY: .JOURNAL DBVOTBD TO THM DBVXI guage-of the future?" we are asked received. "" ,

oraicirr or ram IKDIAX atria, LAB fa Oo motion, Husslng White Is orderedturned ,
J bat It will be English the!
WOBTBAKD BISOATHS ATiBOTIOKH.PCBLI8HKD pre. over t<>" Prttchatt Uro .. at tit ; is 'the' ,
diction of many scholarly observere. per month. 1 COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

KVXBT "BIDAT.ClAaL.1I The probabilities are Petition Of J. s. Bell Is referred to, Authorized capital IOOCOO

that It will partake of the beat chairman for answer. Paid up capital $26,000
On motion bid ofl, l per foot by B. W; MostImportant
i H. WALTOS, Editor & Publisher (features of all modern tongues. Miller fer xtension. J'ln bebastlan bridge,' Average deposits $200.000

It seems to the ADVOCATE that i ila it I is accepted. 4 i; ? ,

1 l Placonttnnanjo of adns. must he made perBklly a safe proposition to assume On motion, the petition nf A. S Transacts General J

at this office or tyr writing. that the Anglo-Saxon race which al., is referred to Com'r Bell of that ; .. Banking

dominates the commerce of the district with Instructions to gIant I the
relief prayed for.
Obeok ,etc.,may be made payable to CHABIMH. world will impress Its language On motion the sherllT In instructed' to

WALTON,publisher. upon the civilized world.' '1 be I order 2%! reams of legal, oup' for use 01( The manufacturers of Royal r' Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.

Circuit Court.
Engllsh-speaking people are
'" In writing. ttf tbe.ADVOtUTK for Inform leaders in" world activityand, Protest of Chas Bracco was receivedand Baking Powder have had 40 1 P' Exchange bought: and told on all Foreign
1 kind,the writer will oblige bjrenoloKaBR med. 1 Countries. jq j
;1 Won oi tny of scientific' 1
a stamped-addreseed envelope. as a result, the English language On motion the County Treasurer's fears !=xferience. 1 -- I

la spoken by more people .tban is i Bond In But at t2UOOO(! < ) County Tax Every method t d treatment Patronage. ,appreciated.and favor Prompt con4letentwith service mmte I'

, BOSTON OFFICE-TUB EAST {*>AST ADVO- any other civilized tongue. Collector at 30tKX, Bheilff's: at $HOiK$ cake raising has been exhaus- 'w I servativa every banking granted. iou

q OATB ban opened an office at4 4 Atlantic, avenue. The recent action of Germanyin clerks at $ ,(U0( and County Judges; at and 11' : '1 A i CORRESrONDEYTBIrllOenlx : !

11 i Boston, which will be In charge: o( Mr. Claude giving the English language fi.roo. tively studied in this country : ff National Bunk N. Y.. Empire Tout
Walton. f''. Notary Public's Bond of N.'M. Fish Comrany, N. Y.. Atlantic National lluuk of
iI C. abroad. I Jacksonville, Fla.
preference orer all other language was Approved. ytld1. Jacksonville

i Address all oomronnlea/tlons to ,"'.. may be owing to the fact that theEmperor's Justice of the Peace Bonds of W C. The result ,is a perfect product : r..rJ'I'USVILL: :.. FLA.'J. .
Pet"raonl; W. A. Lowder; J. M. Sanders; 9
4KA8T COAST ADVOCATE mother was English and in Royal Baking Powder,
If. O. liiuoson; L. K. Myers and C. II 1Sucuesaor all his family speak English fluent Nauman welt approver!. There is no substitute- for it,
.. ... :X> ---- --- ly. A strong point is made however Bonds of John Henry as County, and ol

V. 8. Department of Agriculture that England and all her col. Treasurer' ; E. W. Hall as Tax Collector; .The purity efficiency ( to Dobblos'Bros.)

onies are mainly responsible for A. A. /Stewart as Clerk: ; J.: P. Drown Royal Baking Powder have CS-TJTXT JO.c3.: XJ O C :X.: S 1\I.IJ: :: : T E..
\ Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. as Sheriff; P. A. McMillan Assesor;
1 this great change to tbe English I J. R. Walker as Superintendent of Pub been commended by the highest Badges, Checks, Dour Numbeis, Stencil. Trunk and Locksmith Supplies. i

language all over tbe world ; but lie Instruction A. D. Penney as County authorities of the world. REPAIRING OF OUN'tAND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY ,
Tnefollowlngis'a comparative slate
Gun and Revolver and wholesale. Trunks and Valises
part keys Repaired.
of and rainfall' for the we roust pot forget tbe fact that Judge and J. O. Fries as :Surveyor were .
meat temperature These facts mean.two! important 224 Main t-t. Jacksonville. Fla. ,
1 week ending Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1004.DATB. I tho United States (a former *..n approved. :
Bonds to Rifles of all
carry Repeating things to housekeepers :
r -19041903- gush colony) strenuously help. '' ;,
I E. A. M. Stewart; II. R. Olmstead: Bqb -

l MAX 70 MIN.CO' MAX. MfN.60 ing Old England's language along. Smith; S. B. Jones; D. A. Snodgrasa and TH13 SOUTHERN,.FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

SOI 80 03 ',' ((58 45 It Is said that two-thlyde of the Lee :Simpson:! were approved. First: that Royal Baking

I 2 80 70 60 54flft people\ who speak English live on Bonds to carry Pistols of J. R. Tlner; Powder is healthful and
C. S:: Stewart, J. T. Such, II. R. Olm
, 3 71)) .05 ,i '',CO 40 this side of tbe Atlantic, and their stead, E. .F.. Hatch and. Margaret Leo,: makes wholesome food. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
4 80 73 67 45r,4 ,
industrial commercial
conquests were approved. ,
Second that BakIng .
G 82 71 ))74 : Royal
Bid of Franklin Bros. for barge to be I
'' are helping to. make theEnglleb *
6 77 08, ', 75 66 used Powder makes food
as ferry at t fpruceblulf (amount of
Total rainfall for week .03: familiar in
,.the tongue every]
bid .1.41:1)) was' accepted. Plans etc., good to taste.ROYAL. itttrifled and Brick
Paving Sidewalk
Departure from normal rainfall for tbe .
quarter of the globe.It turned over to( Com'r. Bell\ for safe keepInff. \ ... ..
', week: minus ,60 Inches Departure
I is, therefore, evident that the .
frtm 10.30 normal Inches.rainfall since January 1, world language of, the future will On motion the Clerk It Instructed to BAKING Offices foot ot TTogan Street, Jacksonville.Florida. Telephone No. 262.
purch<*"ie books f..1 the cattle.lnllveclull
a HAL.. TfARDix Observer. be that which America and England to record marks brands! etc, In. POWDERABSOLUTELY J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.The .

-. .-. ,and her numerous colonies On mot 1"0, D. S. Carleton U\ appointed _.... __ .0 ___ ____ __

throughout the world teach to-day inspector. of beef for died ict for No. I 0,
s' HAVE you cleaned up your slile| Oldest Established Grain and Seed House in the State.
.- .. -. Tbe following bills were examined,
walk, and trimmed, your trees? approved and warrants ordered to be PUREA
Tnc value of
H cheery dlspo.fltlon
drawn for the same, Deo 26, 1004. .
can init be overestimated or General Fund. "A7"ro.: A._ Sours: dt; Co.
IT Is of advantage to. an advertiser dwelt upon too often There Is a '
.T R Walker, Co Com and 4 no
to have some one specialty certiln Inactive disposition that J. R Mint .> mileage.. 8 40R a snegar: .. '. ..... ...... 2 on
Conklinir, It <> 13 tin lH> Moore .. .. 200LHAbillllolerlc
with which hie name cun always passes for 'amiability, the individual ,><.hn C..lonee, It.. ii KO oo ............ .... u no ,
: Hell, U r Smith ... .... 200I.
: be connected in the public mind. not hiving enough J F u II'lIlO InMp
energy A Htewart, sfloonntunt .. .. .... ... ... So CM ..tnre nnen and ref of box 9 '>.II Flour Grits 'Meal and
to become'lndlgnant or to bn fret. '. inn for pub.... .....". ... fl tin J Williamson" ......... .. 2 in ,, Fertilizers
,J'p Brown, tnlii.r ... .. ....... ......... au 00 .1 M Herndon) clerk ................. a oil n.ias.
SUCCESS from advertising ful. There Is also a positive II Janitor .. .. ........" .. /ft on E It Provo )unp ... ......... .. .. 200W er.'L otyy s 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
sprouts good cheerfulness that Is determined to ,It I It waiting on Co Com .... .. 4m J KagKii(: ........ ........ 2 CO
seed sown in good mediums. A D Penney, salary county Judge .. .. ... 2ft/ flit R "FI'ew..rb". It. ..... .. .. -2 (XIH
y; look upon tbe bright aide of life Fleotrto Light Co. light and heat at Intl., 4.T M A r..t"en clerk and ret of box 8 10Kftrinxtafiion Catnfogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L, R'y. and A. C. L. Ry.Jacksonville's .

s. Make your newspaper advertlslng whatever, Keg Olltuer and oxp..... ... Ill /IN Ingp <. ".. ,,:,.. .200 .
through discourage itbGauldenBalaryI'rusAtty, ... .... ... 8J H.i \I) K Duttoii II and ret of box 13 IX) ---- -
as newsy as possible thatit .. .. HL ." .......... ...... 2 on
ments present themselves. "It is Z A Kemil, ferryman .. .. .. ....... ... 10 I"' r en
may interesting to the R Howler II .... ....... 10 w' 1 1n K J Plttn clerk ........ .... .... 2 00
fortunate for the housewife and R Carleton dep sherlifde0'....... ... I 121f R O Roberts map ............ .... 9 00l8.JolleAJr Fancy Fruit Store '
greatest number of people. for her husband her Parker. .. ...... .... ... 1 aiB N '. .......... ..... 200
and chlldreh D.'erneltan" '. .. .......... 120 WHWIitflnld .... ......>/'. .... .2 00 ,
------- when she (is possessed of an active. Cell C BOok It .. 1 SA II T H.f Hall ext wk on jailors house..... ...... I'd 4.1 A B Michael Soap <.. .. .... .... 200 WHOLESALE and
aI THE people of .Florida evidently ly cheerful disposition It Is a Tom Jnhnnon tnklnir down and erect tank 0 nol W T Jones "> < and ret of box 10 70 RETAIL-
> John Henry snpt of house, at jail .. ..... 7950 JlrankAyer. ........ .... .... 200 ;
believe in good schools for the sign of a kind heart and a firm .. .. ....... ..
'A I) Penney ex p of canvaslnir elect ...... fl nn E A Holt .. ,200
1 amendment, authorizing the levyof determination to'make others happy J r Wnoteu hat, 1U03 com .. ,. ..... ... 2(10 38M Joe Willis dep sheriff eloo ......... ...... 125/ W B. Ferguson Proprietor, :, ', "
W Hall to i> and 1903 oom...... ... iM 19 ,
a school tax of'seven mills was as well as to be happy' herself T T Wetmora toe et hOuKe...... .......... ito General Road Fund.
The cheerful will find A A Stewart rept tax red .......... .... 2 HO Road Fund Die.No. l. No 16 Julia Street.SPECIAL .
th.e only one of several proposed woman a JPHrown ex" Insanity ease. ....... ... 6271) PHBoye rlw\c ........... .......... ,40 91rOrltlli 1
constitutional amendments that dozen causes for congratulationin B: K Rollins plif ..... ......, 2 no .. ................. ., soon
i BdWIlHon .. .. t..... .. ..... a 00 W (' Norwood ..... ............ ..a.... BOOONMKiill ATTENTION GIVEN' TO ASSORTED BOX AND BASKET
was carried. events which to others have a A D Penney j"lltel1, .'...., ...... a 00 >< ........................ 438
sinister look. John Henry coin' It. ...,...,. ,.. 1 00 Shipments to any place In tbe United Slates at time.McMurray .
J F J'revatt salary anpt poor farm.,....., 41/ on Road Fund DIs. No.2. any
E K: Rollins med ar.tnd on pauper....... .. 10 on I A 8 Wilson r.1 wk..................'.... 2200
I IT is rumored that the East JMOnhan carriage hire to poor farm inn n H Jenkins ...................... 1S00
MARRIED. H J Norton pro, for 2 4H A 8 I'lxou <. .............. ........ '. T BONMFian
CoailRailway will build this win. B C I. A 8 Co lumber' : for 88 01 It ....... ............... 8060
JJCHInknon work 20 onE
1 ter, five miles of parallel track L "railv & Bm fertilizer '. 4 11/1/ Road Fund Dint. No.8. & Baker

Ormond for between On Tuesdays Deo. nth, Mini Gertrude Jan. J'r..vaU olotblnic .. loan O Rtohl tumlier for bridges........... ... Ion 00ORStewart
near speed Wilson daughter of Captain nod Mrs. I' provisions 44 0(1( rdwk.... ........,.. .. ...... 6000 : ,
locomotives and automobile H: Wilson of Canaveral. was Joined In Vilw1n"Dunn ooolc to 00
II Hut"! allow.n..e:Nov and Deo.... ... 1ft noHJ Road Fund Diet No.4.O .
racing machines,. fitted up with the holy bonda of matrimony to Mr. Norton wand for jail. .... ,". .... /Ann Stohl lumber for bridges............... 478 4O1-413 East Day Street Jacksonville, Florida,
running for the railway track. Clinton P. Honeywell, principal keeperof EI.n..dy&dro inline for Jail ......... 17/1/ W. W Carleton rd wk...... ....... ........ 2764
gear Cape Canaveral Lighthouse The .f P Brown ".. ...... UH -Makers and Jobbers ofVehicles'
Road Fund No. O -
t7 R ri'hunnacjr mrlne for prls" ... .,. .. B /Sib
nuptial knot was tied by Mr. O. A. H & W n !Drew, Co books and blks oiks of 7.1: OH F C .. & S Co lumber for bridges,..... 28 02
Quarterman. notary public. The charm- J Brown wRltlnir on co re,:.. ...... ....... IIII) Meredith rd wk.. ........ ...,..... ISO '
:+ NORTH CAROLINA has a first and Inn bride Is a starer to Mrs. Robert .. draw' and linn jury on ot....... 27 4" 4]I H Raoey .... ...... ...... ...... 8 00 Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
vas Prltohnnl & don melee' poor farm.... 16 on H Kevll ........ .... .... ..... 820
L second-class travel law, sajjrffcaFlorida Ranson, of St. Augustine.The Henry Carl lie leap of oleo aud ret of box 4 40 R Cameron It .. .. ............... ... 1/10/ ,
f Index. That is a white ADVOCATE joins In wishing. the o H H..Plhcr, .. .... .......... 2 00 II F Roll ". ... ....... .. ..... .. 1/10/
happy couple and J Montgomery .... ........... a onTvT WMHall ? .. ..,,....,......... 717/1/ Saddlery Rubber Tires.
+ person can travel second-class at married a long prosperous clerk I. ... ............. Son WWCarlton .. .. .... ... ........ 0 00

'U cents a mile while a first-class life. O W K H f Ptcwart Uall"limp "? and_ __ .return._._ __ aimHNUIadwIn 4 00 Special Road Fund Ills.No. 2. First-Class) Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
BWIU11 bttl 11103 corn...... ............. 172
i, passenger pays three cents. Both :::::: ::::::::: i a on
MARRIED. F H Boys clerk ................ 9 00 Special Road Fund Din.Nu. 8. ;
i ride in the same coach and the 811'.alln"p .. .. .. .. ... SOO.ID E W Hall' bal I only difference is curtain drawn Hatter" ,. .... ........ a no N M rdwk. .. .... ................ lion Duy Your
a .
1\lIas Keenle Rowe was married In P'lIIock" .. .. a on KDI.HCo' ............:........... 8193KF w .
across the. car. W H Sharpe clerk and ret of box B BO : Hatch .. .. ...... ......... ..... 12 28
PaUtka, on Nov. 21st, to Mr. A. :M.GrlfTIs (1 J. Hatch Inxp .............. a 00 FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
of Green Cove Springs, by the .J M ganders ................ 2 no Special Road Fund DIs.No. .
-- Hev. I... R. Lynn; pastor of the Presbyterian 0.t Bolioonmiiker! Insp .... ....... .... II roT I rd wit.. .. ., .. .. .. ..... ....... 1200Ppeol
A GREAT: deal of is being church, of Pa'ntlra.' The Bride F" Hell clerk and.ret. of box II no .il Road. l Fund Die Ne. 5. a house that baa been In biinianss,over thirty years

money J Hoimton limp ? 7 11I1 l lR ......... .. .. ... and hall
E It Hhall Joe on always bad the for LOW
spent at Ormond and Dayton, for was well known and esteemed In Titus- A Stewart msu .... ............ 800KK IoTofIniean rd wk .. .... ...... reputation PRICES
.. J H 1172
: Hutch i ................ 00f the finest
a on
the automobile villa where she and here mother, for two Faa& Stewart hardware for rd. .. W COK goods imported and Manufactured
races on the Or- Winters, conducted dancing school. O Simmon clerk a on W Hall bal luoa coin...... .... .. ..":..... 183
C R O..Hu and of box
Insp ret 8 no
mond-Daytona beach in January.The Mr. Grlffla Is the Clerk of Clay County, 0 H Stewart .... ".... .... .. 2 nnHMMtrtln name Warden Fund.T .
+ races are open to all-comers and he and his bride, as well as her' .. ... ,.......... on ,, A Robinson game warden ,.. ,....... 4000 Hess <& Slager
C!J F ('alll\>bell clerk .... .......... .. 800K Feeding Pilncners. Fund.J ,
and foreign makers of automobiles mother, will make their home In Green W Snhuvlor limp .... ............ a 00W ...... ......
Cove u .. ... .. P Brown feeding prlnouers 113 BO
I Spring: : II mold ? .. a 00 DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY
are machines ,.. ,
constructing especially H A roke clerk .... ... ...... a 00P : Fine and Vorfeltaro Fund. 11 and 13 Main St.
for this coming great Forest tuna and ret of box e no W R Roescb crlra pros J p court... ..... :336NKKInnurd J & S. W. and A. C. ATOll INSPECTOR.
JOT": OLD NF rtA 'FISw R9 For Sale G II Hall libel' 4 e lion ". to.. .. .. .. ..... 10 oe 330:!\ XV. Bay St.
1 event. Considerable interest in Cheap! at this office. .rLrtlmon '. .10. ..... ....... 8 nouv ,1 P crown com on lines and costs 0"ct... 10 17 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
i [ i awiion > i* .... .. 4 nnI .. ...
already being taken in tbe < A A Stewart orlni pros IB 81 -.-
auto. '
II I F Hule clerk .:. ....::::: :: a no J V Brown .. KM! /88l --
mobile races.PRESIDENT. ECSnnnierllnlnep 'o ..,;............ a nn > L Oanlilen conr trait .. .., 211 onO "I:! -sawSi:2i
BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSION W I haves ,* Y........... a! on A Fro. .. It ... non .C
f r- - -0 T.J O'III'en ........ ... .." 300f
ERS. M Tyler clerk '. and rat of box l.i: mOw Board adjourned to meet first Monlo : : :I
'Roosevelt delivered IQ Coon limp ," ,........ .. .. .... !800Cl ( I January 1UO.\: at 85l; a. m. r 37011. F.A.LL.I .

';il t bill l message to Congress on Tues. : Tbe mooting wan called to order by I HFHnii K Kohlnson l : :: ,....,,...,..::..: ::. son a on1J : --. I, i I II
the Chairman tbe (6th lost. Present K clerk of t box ,
day and it Is considered on : loon and ret 1420IIA
I I \( an able I J. R. Walker let District J. R. Shot HolniHA Innn <> ,. 4n...... .. aOil Turnips-and ,Rata Bagas. .
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presentation of the public issuesof A. Hr"'v' ... 200 THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. OnIon Sets Bermuda
: :2nd District; R A. Conkllnff, 3rd District M W KnlKfit' w .and rt of box a.1: noR 'f ,. I I and Peail. I
the day. We publish it in full ; J. C. Jones, 4th District; and J. F. n llolino. clerk ,...."...... ton I Cabbage-best varieties for Florida.' Beans. .
In this issue ,. tell 6th Dilltrlct A. A. Stewart clerk w N Rsamnep < "..i and ret of box It 2n '
of the ,
sod ; ; .1 A lIurla" '' -, '...... ,.. 8 onIJKenini Seed Potatoes-for fall! N" 4 Rose and Triumph.
I that our Democratic Republican i J. P. Brown, chant 1 '< .*. ..... .. .... a on Brewing-Asso's, '
.' Minutes of last mooting were rend and 1.M..arol.e..rk! ...p. .... .". .. 200 t Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc. /
Socialist and other readers may' approved.I' P It Vittreldlnp .* ,>:. ,....... .. a ,00)) I
t' A f. limner >' .J.... ..... 1 an Famous St. Louis .
read it, and Ond out Its merits and On motion road as marked and laid t Keg and Bottled
A V Ill.." k )S and ret of box Too i IL G. .M17130Ne ScCdSJD.a.n.: : ::
t, demerits-and pasa their opinions out by II. II. Jenkins, J. U. Same:\ and U. C I> lnivostlorlc: ," ;g;..... .. 2 00M ) Heer. : ,
Same 1s hereby declared a publlo roar), H Rains lump ".. *nd ret of box 8 MIl I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
:t+ upon tbe message to suit them Tit&tndere" '' .'........... .. 800'alma Sold bj Messrs.r.A. Loalerand J1Jm
selves. On motion, road as marked and laid Laplmm map ".+ .\...... a 00 t
I out by Frank Smith, J. L.:: Goodwin and Sat'IstrNeablttclerk;," ,..,... .. 8 /IIVO..t..enln.p ) R. L.Motln"" ,Tltn vltlel'la. __ __ __

___.. Trod l Goodwin, Is hereby declared a pub- \ .".* ........ .... .. 8 OO By Mr.B.Lw Motlow,Cocoa,Fla __1WE
lenrvVIUou < ?.... ... ... ... 800
lie rond. .
THOSE who write the .1 H Hogan M -,""e; and ret of box 9 /noW ,
ADVOCATE The Tux: Collector's report of polls collected II i'raetorlosclerk V* o.. ... ,2 oo JOSEPH ZAPF
f for sample copies, will please re- during the month of Novemberand I, OrlltU Jr limp )JI." and ret of box B ''OIMUrlltU '
.... .. WANT
*' '; .. .. .. 1 ooNolaOrlfflu EVERY.GROWERIN
t, member that when about to choose amounting to *1 for ,the year 1D02\ 4' .* .... .... .... !aoo
place in and $2 for the year 1004 was received Wm Walton clerk '" ........ 2 oo Sole Agent. .
a Tvblcli to locate and Tax Collector and County Judge's re- 11 H Hancock. loop u ......., 800Peter THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS 1
J make a home with children Rallle", .... ... aooV
people of licenses the n" 010 to 620 West Bay Street
should port colleote4 during H Ranlerson "- and ret of box !24 00 A "FLORIDA VEGETABLES.A complete manual on Florida Crops..
among other things, take month of November and amounting to L H Walker clerk > 00
//of into consideration our school *-->20 Htate and $:112.60 county was re- W 11 Robinson leap turd ret ,)f box 13 6O JACKSONVILLE. FLA. "FLORIDA ORANGES."-A book: of special Interest to Orange Growers.

; faciltiea, our stores and our climate ceived. -" ---_. _.- --. - -- "FLORIDA \VDERRIES.-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivationand
Soldiers' applications of B. J. Minis Fertilization."

-waterway-the to say nothing Indian of our Itiver.splendid and proved.J. A. Russell, for pensions. were ap- Hodges c& O'Hara "HUSH TOES.-Dooklet on "Soil, Seed,Planting and Cultivation, Effect

Children who attend Titusville Report of Justices of tbe Peace, J. M. of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping."

t ; High School will compare favorably Sanders, W. R. Roesch and II. G. Bron- ... .Manufacturers{ and DealersIn.! .. "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple Growers,

I with In the son, were received. "IDEAL FERTILIZERS."-Book showing all oar different Brands, Analysis,
any state,/ and The Treasurer's report was received ;
E II( they are fully abreast of the times. and checked up. The paid warrants and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange Price etc.
i Dressed New and revised editions of the above free for the
just published, sent asking.
1 here is for turned him
"I room more good, sober over by with his report were
+ + energetic. In this destroyed by Messrs. Conkling and Bell. Orange Box': !Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, eto.
!i The Treasurer had his usual certificateof Wills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto ,

and look the field over. ( deposit attached to hi. report. any part of the State. Address: Uodgea O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '


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,.................................................... Melbourne" Beach" "fI""P\,.:,'' ,,errl.V. 4 f ''1 F GEORG MARX. 'o{ "' (i, ,:,r JOHN AtARX.'

EAST' COAST 1 E1WS. .j Rev. S. D. Paine'-and wife dined withadmiral Capt. Blalr'sJaunch,,, tI I:;--,AMD, Is all' ready_. .A.Fi:aC 3rd.' ..JB C>S..

-, and Mrs. Olllls Tuesday. now lor hit-** lat,' any time so take aJ-; "rl .
*******.....******** Capt. Simmons brought quite a party vantage of this, glorious weather, and j t Corner Bay and Julia St ., JACKSONVILLE, FIJI.

I From Eau Gallle on Monday, In his house- get u)> your parties,

Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our Regular i 1 1Z !oat, Mattie II. Mr. and Mrs Stout have arrived at WHOLESALE. GROCERS

Mrs. Sylvester, of Vlnelaod, N. Jot arrived Merritt, and opened their cottage.; Mr
Corps of East Coast Correspondents. at the Beech, Friday evening, In-. Stout was all smiles, when I called, and
sNONNNONNOONONONNNNN4lONO ;lending to spend the winter with friends. kliook hands) for he noilcod at once the Produce Jobbers.

._NOONN.NO .. Mr. and Mis. Sheffield, 'of Portland, social was at Improvements last becoming:,a and very that select Merritt little Fruit and

Ore., and Mr and Mis. Lee and grand. "

Melbourne. I Iredging/ a channel to Mr. Puddisou's ion, Chicago, were pleasant caller at "Buig. Local Agents for Indian River A Lake Worth Pineapple Association.
)oat house, and doing a tine Job. he Beach, Thursday. Mr. Bergman's store has the foundation -
I all laid, Mid as soon as lumber Inhere Send us your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling perishables cannot
Dr, Schuyler and Mrs. Scluiyloy left Friday,"Capt. R. W. Beau jean brought
of will'
force men go right to '
Subnet Iptlona for the ADVOCATM, 5au: Gallie for Jacksonville and other ;two parties aver ono for the beach, anTJ work, a and must not be surprised at be "equaled this maiket. 3
of the East Count will be otnts on Moudar via the East visit hla plantation you
the pink paper ono to pineapple ,,
Invited to an opening, near
received. at the!! Melbourne Postoffice.! Joast Line.; which Is a great them attraction to those who being Day./ By the way, Mr. lI I'gm\n, why WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. ,

RICHARD W Gl'ODIt.-Real Estate NotaryFublio The Ean Gnllle Cart Club met at the have never seen growing. not Invite the good pooplo, all, for n
and'Con"oyano r. Agent for Etna, esidence G. F. PaddUon, on Thuis- Capt. Colby brought A large party dance, before stocking up with' eatables,, -- -- --- ------ --
I.lverpool&nd J4In.donl Globe,and Hartford lay night of this week. The club re- From Eau Gallie In his beautiful houseboat and lot, the people know you are one of
paid Fire luMuranoo to.the interest Companies ot"l Special ents.attention rganlzed for the coming winter. ( the Pinta. We missed Mrs.'Colby's us!? That U one way of IMlug popular,, THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CQ.
and learn she aDd l good tool! ,
- pleasant face, was sorry to tv pretty way,
Dr. C. C. Booth, of Youngstown, 0., .
HOTEL, JUr.LI.ltVUIt-M..lbourne. Florida A 1 ind Mrs. Booth will spend pact of the bad been called home by tin- serious Illness Capt. Blair, In his fine lltdo launch- Are now felling Sewing Machines ON EAST PAYMENTS.
healthy wintrresort on high pine ]lan.i, overlooking of her father? > But triad to know be ---- -
'winter In Eau Gallie. Dr. Booth Is having all newly renovated this fall-I'ecently
Indian River. Rates: *:J and upward
per da,. Rproial. rates per week or I a launch built for hU. private} use. was ,more comfortable wbau'lasC heard took a merry party foi a few days fishIng SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS. -
Write for ...00. to .Mailmii. K. M Campbell, from. -- \ down to the mouth of the Banana _
Manager R. W. l'ampbell.l1oprletor.: TC. Splller Is painting the new drug liver, and all were happy, jolly and successful '" v. -
I itore and otlicfs on the corner ,f Young A Timely Topic.At -catching enough trout going Our Direct Representative Is at your service; ,
\V. Hyde, of Warren, 0 was a' guest 1 rod Houston utiaets.. The premises will this season of coughs and colds It down for a "fry," and enough/: game' onthrlr : I'i Drop us a card and he will call on you.

of the Brown house, while In Melbourne. \ J lie occupied ,by;: Dr. Sarah C. IIodg oQ. Is well to know that Foley's Honey and return trip for a "game dinner" 8J5WINO; MACHINES'" SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 percent (discount .

W I. Metealf, of West Talrn Beach, The Uypolux'o, Capt. Shlppy owner Is Tar Is the greatest throat and lung tern- following day, Mr and Mis. Gross gave ,, allowed for'old maohlntis. All makes. of Machines Repaired.
edy. It cures quickly] and prevents sort! 'to Mrs. Blair and sou, at their new Needles Bolts Etc. for All Kinds of Machines..
was among the guests at Hotel Carleton I II ilraosi+ ready for business. This. vessel "flsti : ,
tbe '
pus results from a cold. Sold: by Red homo. The following: were at
lately. I ias been carefully overhaulded, painted TItusville. fry:" Mr. and Mrs. Urollso and daughter: :; .
Messrs. Lee and Sheffield are liavlnjr I tad; the machinery gone over In Ilodgons Cross Pharmacy, Miss Elsie and Nellie.. M IIIUltil man, Mrs\ DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-For use on sowing machines writIng .
fine sport catching black bass in Crane I yard. Capt. !bbippy will use the Blair and Capt. Blair. machines, bicycles and till purposes requiring n fine lubricant, the
creek. I steamer In his oyster business. South Rockledge. best Is cheapest. In the ond. Genuine SINUER OIL can only be obtained
By the way, there Is being organised; ,, At Singer stores
Mrs. J, M. n'utcbena and sou,' of Capt. Frf'dK Colby carried a large for Sunday! service, at Rev. Alartln'g

Chattanooga, Term., are. now at the part.yof Ueaoh his friends last oyer In his to fine Melbourne C. B. Magruder has a touch of the Episcopal ohuich' at Mer ltt, a olioli ADDRESS THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
Sunday ,
on yacht,
Brown bouse. ripper of local talent. Miss 1\I1I"aelinan, not ,
the Plnta. The numbered 26 and
party; musician but has good '
only Is a fine a :
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield, of Portland, the ladles on board were, Dr. Sarah C.Hodgson Joe, Paxton now draws the. reins over contralto voice, and has klndlv offered COCOAFLORIDA.. .

Ore., are enjoying their stay in the New Mesdaraes'Alnesworth, If. U. bran new hoiso. to play for the service Mr. Gilbert and ..-- ----- ---.--. r '
Carletou hotel. Hodgson, G. F. Paddlson, H. Christian: has purchased F. Travis' Mr. Mussel man will take part, and Mrs. C> '' i
Lee, Misses McAllister, Florence and John Kendig Or ;an.s 01. ;nn.1Sf, 1-gan.s" ,;,,.
Alex. J. Ooode of Neptune, spent Sun black horse for his wife to drive.' Goerney and Mrs Blair; possibly, Mr "
day in Melbourne with his parents Mr. Bessie lloilgson, Majle and !Kuth Faddl- short and .Mrs.. Grosse so If you: want to hear Repaired--made to sound like new. Vrtoo $3. Drop us a curd when yott havo .J
Lucia Perry and Harriet Towne.: Annie Gideon Is here for a ,
ion, Miss 'I
and Mra. R. W. Goo e. some good music, better drop In to service .
work for to do. Address J, M. M, BROCK COCOA, Fr..A.
visit with, her mother, Mrs. J. S.:: Coats. *on Xmau'Day' ns something kpeolal us ,

Mre. Martha Baldwin, a sisterinlawof I ( Baldwin has far recoveredthat Is being talked nit: for X'ma seivlce' __ ._. __ .m __ .. __. .. ._ ._ ___ __ .. ___-... __._. . _..___...............
A. D. so
Mrs. Ilenly, Is spending the winter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell Of this
with Dr. Ileuly and family. City, were called to Valdosta, Git, he took atilp to Cocoa on Monday AH are will cordial be made y again Inv.lteU. Announcements

Tuesday by the sudden and serious Illness and J. E. Kultz" were ' K.E. Mlm

'Mr. and, PL'Mrs.., have W.returned B. Urosbeck to upend, of Tltusville. the- of Mrs. Powell's mother. In this. neighborhood, ou business, Tues recently Wru. height arrived at wife Meriltt, and ,two and servants ale gef.:( To Orange Growers '

winter In their Melbourne home on the Rev II. B. Hawk of St. Paula Motho- day. ting the Rlve View Hotel rsadyfor an
bluff. jlst cliuich' of Eau" Gallle, but located E. M. Breese gathering the fruit on early opening ibis fall All Florida,

Nathan Downey has finished! the ad- at Melbourne, Fla was the guest; at the Dutton glove this wick It is. a duo "seems, to bi uwaklnlng as It were, and
dition to the Snedeker house. Mrs. limner, with Mrs. Il&nslng"nd. family, sop !Merritt will have |its share of early You need protection In,oase of fire for your

Snedeker is expecting a number guests Monday.vMrs E. A' Haitwell' Is electing a barn for guests. for houses are tilling up-are
soon. J. W. Dodge And two talented Ills. home; and when completed, another tilled, In fact, already! and mill being Crate Miifcer'ia.l and Fruit;
little daughters, Adelaide and LouUo, Horse will bo added to the number. I oq'i I red.after. Mr, llalglit will have all
Mrs.'Cartef and daughter, Miss Susie, From Clarksburg, West Va., arrived In white help, and the River View Intel 1
arrived from Sheron, fa., last week and Lau Gallie, Tuesday after a'piensanteisitwini Misses Dora Ihoelle'and Myia Williams will be a place for ",el..ot families," to '
are now In their cosy Melbourne homeon her brother, P, H. Lansing, of were the gpests/ of Mrs. O. 1)) Provost, test and enjoy home life. among the"pines" which wilt lie In your picking: houses before and during the shipping, soanon. I <

the bluff.arrived Mrs. with Willis them, a sister and will of Jacksonville, Fla., and will spend the at Georgiana, a few days last week. of sunny Florida' tlshlng, hunt. We can Insure It for one, two,, three or four mouths at small cost,, \
Miss Eaton, wlnteuwlth her mother and sister, Mrs Mrs. Inez Smith, whoso summer homes lOll and jolly old\ time parties, that one a
visit ber.slster fof sometime., A. V. Lansing and Mis. W, ft. 11. Glea- in Montolalr, N. J., arllved fit: her reads about, yrlll be In vogue; so wel

Mrs.. Bently; of Youngstown, 0., Is a son. beautiful winter residence here last week oometo Merritt Mr Knight, may you : i.I i.

late expects arrival to spend at Hotel some Carleton time. Mrs.where Dent-she .Revolution Imminent Uncle Joe' Neikirk furnishing his stay long with ust Is Your. Packing House Also Insured ? ]=

house this week and will bu toady
new ,
ly 'is a dear friend of our Mrs. Cbaa. Fight AVI 11 lie Itttcr! ,
who will arrive next
Gillman, who spends her winters at A sure sign of approaching revolt and to receive friends I ,
Hotel Carleton. We are glad; to learn serious trouble In your system Is ner- week. Those who will persist In closing their '
that Mrs. Gillman will soon be in Mel- votitness/sleeplessness or stomach upnet.. Your correspondent was shown some ears against! the continual recommendation Write us for rates,.
bourne. Electric Bitters will quickly dismemberthe of the largest! tangerine oranges he ever I of Dr. King's, New Discovery for
troublesome It falls will have I long and bitter
causes. never Consumption, a
the were
7(1( to box.: : They grownby
Capt. R. W. Beaujean takes large to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneysand Edmund Day. fight with their troubles, if not ended lWOrl..G-.A..JSr: : dJ; WA. .. .rC>N'. .
pleasure parties to Melbourne Beach almost bowels, stimulate tho :.iverand clarify earlier by fatal termination. Read what {, "
daily in his large; boat, the Ida the blood. Run down systems benefit T. R. Beall of Beall Mass, has to say: INSURANCE AGENTS (v" ,
May, bringing them home early In the particularly, and all the usual 1 attending A Costly Mlatnlce: "Last fall my wife had every symptom of ,

evening./ Nearly every one Is delighted; aches vanish under Its searching and Blunders are sometimes very expen consumption.! She took Dr. King's New" Tit;'L7:l.11o, :J1I1e>r1.Cla.

wltb these visits to the ocean bench, thorough effectiveness. Electric BittersIs sive. Occasionally life Itself Is the price? Discovery after.. everything: else had failed .
-- A- ---- -------- --TI
where the visitors can enjoy surf bath, only iiOots, and that Is returned If it of a mistake, but you'll never bo wrongif Improvomedt came at once and four bottles ------- --- -- r ----
'a picnic or stroll along the shore gathering don't give perfect satisfaction; Guaran you take !Jr. King's New Life Pills for entirely: cured her, Guaranteed by ANNIVERSARY AND WEDDINGMr. Shoo Itcpalrlntr'

sea shells. teed by Red Cross Pharmacy, Tituavllle.r dyspepsia\ dizziness, headache,' liver or the Red Cross Pharmacy. Price fiOoU) -

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hallow and two bowel troubles. They are gentle! yet and 41. Trial bottles free. and Mrs, F! \'. Mast celobrntcd do kinds.
of boot and shoo
children and maid, also their friend Mis. thorough Jots; at Red Cross Pharmacy their eighth wedding anniversary. at repairIng -
M. F. West, of Baltimore, lid., arrived ., White City.Our CHRISTMAS their home two miles east of Urban on ,'and do not forget It. Opposite Jos.
last week and were the guests of Hotel Nov: II), lllOt.\ /) Those present were: Mr. Itohard A Son ANDIIBW: Gitmoir' ,
Bellevue. They are now ht the Valentine Georgiana. and Mrs. E. M. Mast 1>. H. Drown and TItusville Fla.
Plantation, at Tlllman where they will Sunday School workers' are pre- Next Thursday afternoon, December nlsterj' Miss. Lizzie: Mr. and Mrs, J, C.
spend 'the winter. Tbelo: hosts' Indian paring for Christmas. Miss Nellie Owen left here the first ol 15th, the Ladles. Chnutauqua Aid Society Mast and Mr. Lynn Atwood of Urbana;
River friends,, are glad to have them here. Miss Sogaard is now employed In the the week for Cocoa, where she entered will hojd a sale In Kiluosttona! Mr. K L. Mast and family and Miss FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
Mrs. Ballow 'was formerly Miss Helen News office at Fort Pierce. the High School, Monday morning Hall, Melbourne. The article exhibited Nellie Nenr, of Westvlllo; Mr. O. C. remember the ADVOCAT&I office,
Valentine. She Is boarding wltb Mr. and Mrs.\ Her- will be In great; variety. The range; Mast, of Eden, Fla.. ; Mrs. Etna Folt and ....
MileCreelr"apent -- ---" ---------- -
Mr. Beck, who la engaged at Ten Bower. of prices will be large so that every one daughter! Miss (Iran,, and Mrs. J. E.
Sunday at home. may be suited. Each piece displayed Russell. of Kris. This. Is the first time
Foley's Honey and Tar positively cures In some mysterious Mrs. Orrol / Miss Hattie'' Bower has been sufferIng will make an acceptable Christmas: gift. In twelve years that Mr. and Mrs. E. M, t
all throat and Inngdiseases. Refuse sub lost a large number of valuable fowls terribly with neuralgia/ and an, The patronage of the community Is Mast have enjoyed a day together with o a i a +
Sold Red Cross Pharmacy. .ulcerated tooth for more than a week
stitutes. by last week. earnestly requested.! In buying these tholr four sons.-Citizen and Owtette,
Dr. Daniels Is treating the toothand things the purchaser not only gets Urban, (J.

Mr. and Mrs. Olnsen spent a pleasant she Is some better good value for hl* money, but helps. Mr. E. M. Mast and wife were visiting e e
Eau Gallie.
afternoon and evening, on !Sunday, with The Whel brothers and the Hlscock along an enterprise which should. IHI! their son, Mr. v/'harles: C, Mast, at Elver
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont. J brothers, from West Palm Beach, who most liberally patronized by the peopta ton Plantation, Eden, last winter Mr.
Miss Teeter"and Miss Jones, of Fort have been hunting and Jlshlog on from far and near. Last winter, when Charles Mast lea pineapple grower at kt

SARAH C. ) $ :+PmrsiciAH AND BtntOBON. Pierce spent Saturday and Sunday with Banana River the past month, left for on account of the lire. It was found Impossible the- Boynton, Flit., and lately purchased the
Eau Oallle Florida. friends In this place. their homes Saturday morning. They to have the Clmutauqua, Hwlnsou oranK grove at Hlmrpei, on
report good bunting and a. fine time. people soon realized what a. difference Indian River lie U onoof the prominent f
Wliltakor down from Wa
Miss came In the general prosperity It i s
No malls from the north on Tuesday basso Friday, to attend the exercises at Mr. Rogero brought; his new launch made mean everything to this. auction, but society men of the of lower his Indian Jlrevard River and

night last the. literary, in which she took a promltnont home the firntpftbe week. Mr. Hall \until the Auditorium Is owned by the section Dude and many frle dd will, nu doubt, b"
Hotel Sarno Is now having its share of part. will put In the engine, and It will soon Association! the Chautaixjua can never county learn that he was marriedto ,
to .
the passing travel. / be la. running order It Is much lal'lCtlrthan be an assured fact. surprised -...:..-.-- -'
We ne..da little rain but In a generalway and one of Ohio's most charming young
been running,
the he has
Inclined to
In the weather is'delightful, especiallyfor one The northern visitors. are ladles Miss Nellie It. Ne r -fit West,
of Indlanola, was -
Prof. Schuyler, In iail
will be a much better boat every way work for this object, and if It Is ever accomplished
Eau Oallle on Saturday and Sunday t.Mr. those who have time to spare and We wish him success with It. It will 110 due to their energy vllle, on Wednesday, Doe 7th. the The
wish to enjoy themselves.Mr. After tliH wedding, and reception,
: Nicholson, of Melbourne associated December the 17th and 18th la t. Quarterly and generosity: We Floridians are not happy pair-amld t, a shower of rloo andofd
with Mr. Near In the dredging work. Frederickson, of Nebraska, who I meeting here. Rev. 1M 8. Kader, our wealthy-many of us having hard times shuns, And the hearty conitratulatlons
spent part of the winter here' last son- Presiding Elder, 'lea good preacher anda getting along, but at Christmas everybody of nunieroim friends-started on tbelr Home Treatment.
Capt. Symmonds sailed for Georgians, son, arrived, with his better half, last fine speaker, and .as lie has recently Is happy and thankful, and some honeymoon for the Houtli, via New York
on Saturday last, In his sloop, the Hattie week and Is talking of building. how all find for the gifts that It .. *
returned from trip to California, we money and other r}I ties. In company' with Mr. -- --- -- --- -----

{ ll, Mri. Clyatt arrived on Friday night/ to expect soo.cthlng, unusual jcood.! Everybody Is such a joy to buy and give to make those and Mrs. A. II. Her win, of Mllford, C't., VIM for1 all diseases of women die ,
Grotjan Ronald and Messrs. FIske and join her husband, who l Is looking after has M cordial Invitation to attend we love. Let us than cheerfully do the and Kden, Firs; and they expect to reach ,
Thompson:: of Lotus, were in Eau Gallle, the drainage gang here. She wan ac these services. There Is plenty of'room our selections at this .sale, and Indian River the latter part of January, placements, InlUniniatlon tumors,
on Monday, doing business. companied her sister: Miss Wood- Preaching both morning/ and The evening usual at little TIle we doors can to will aid be In open the good from litto: () when the bride and groin( will receive a ovarian, diseases, etc. Correspondence
the Gansen the usual hours on Suud.iy. welcome
will gird
of They occupy .
and W. T. Wells afternoon only.
Rev. Mr. Taylor afternoon services.' o'clock. Thursday solicited concerning the Vinyl' treatment.
Melbourne, were In Eau Gallie on Monday cottage All are cordially Invited.A .
last, in the launch Habasoo. -- --- Report from Jtcforiu Hcliool.J C.UluY t>iM'b!..t far r nth.m
A Frightened Home Don't b81 Imposed by taking substitutes a..J fro .
the school will\ be In upon ,,fl. Olnck Superintendent, l'ruo 1- ilxiiirhtur *
The bell for new like mad down the street offered for Foley's Honey aud ThotiNaiHl Oollur'i Worth of ,
thin week. The Running town W Va. writes: "After trying; all
in the ,
tower hundredother '
position bell and fixture. weighs 2SO'pounds.: dumping the occupants! or a Tar. Sold by Rod, Cross'; Pharmacy. (lu
In accidents, nre every day occur A. u. Tb'l1r'nell. a well known coat op* have decided to use. Vole,'. Honey and ,
Christmas goods are now shown rences.' It behooves everybody to havo a wrlts. : "I have been Tan exclusively: In the Went Virginia/
Lotus. rator of Buffalo, 0., ,
of 20 Alain Sit. Jacksonville Kht.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTi.
businessd places and there' as
the none
great variety at reliable salve bandy, nfllicted with kidney and bladder truuMe Reform School. I Hud It the most effective
Eau Oallte, good! bu.lneslll.lookedfor. good Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Burns, for passing ivel or stones with and absolutely harmless" /bold: by Red
years gr
,, cut, sores, eczema and piles disappear Fine weather for the past week, and excruciating pain. I i">t An relief from Cross Pharmacy, Titusvlll
Alex. Near. has returned from his quickly under Its soothing Titmvllle.effect. 25ct9, truck gardens. have been growing, rapidly.T. medicine ,until 1 bean taking Foley's -- _. --
at Melbourne, and is at Red Cross. Pharmacy, several hundred the result was sur iUNIYERSITY _.
dredging contract G. Ronald will have Kidney Cure then Cleaning and I'r<-Mnnjf., : E- -
for another. The outfit lie began arted the brick
now preparing I subscribe for the ADVOCATK f boxes of tangerines. prl.lnA/ few doss ,
works very satisfactorily. He is now Do you iblpplng this week. lust. like fiDe stories and now I have no '
and I feel like anew All work done up-to-date. Call and
-.-.- ---- pain across my kidneys --
r------ ----- --- -- ------' -- -- ---- --. .- The prospects. for a !good crop of string- man :"It has done rne a *1MK) )worth' .eetne. Andrew' (Qlbson at the Parlo.Barber _
-- ,
----- Shipping conimenood ---u. -
-- beans OFFLORIDA
------- excellent.
---- --- are of good. Sold by Red "roes Pharmacy.
... Shop, on Washington avenue. --
h's' week. -
; L.. __.
& IILII\FiEI\ Messrs. FUke and Thompson expect: TRAINS.
: to leave for the, latter's home In Cuba" TITUSVILLE'S '. 'Urnyinir.Drayln -.,", :. 11:'
In a few day. They have been visiting) a -
FinS i i Mr. Flsko's brother for several weeks. The following are the times of arrival ;or haul I DK of all 1 Inds promptly E FIRST-CLASS PROVISION
has recently aDd departure of passrn/ar trains to and attended to. Meets all train. Stove:
t1t 'AINi C.E:: _been Twenty-two added to the acres One land grove of the Indian from[ Tltusvillet wood for sale at all times. -FOU-
..ov'w.ocsn..eav.s'1Ba R. U. Horvrjcx, TItusville.' ... i
River Fruit Company, which I. being BOD Y A ... Oytnnaelum.
cleared aud set In tree. "" vln.toMiami '| S'Mfiaiat : E "IIIudl..III'10IIppe6. .

contemplating taking out Fire or Life Insurance, give UB A Urge Christmas tree will be the .rm*
If you are and Reasonable Boming event, and Hanta Claus will be In lOaTYMe1tD.eav.yltn.IflleorJ15ok.oaire. when you can buy the best Self-Lock- MORALS Our Mottor Sound!
will a* Good Insurance JiI.: ..* DlOral" the bk.l. of.gouU
and guarantee you : I : Ay
call we make the little ones
a uniform to Blocks at nearly the same r
[nil log n
__..: .=.==:::= cUImIU" I4.
Bate at can be secured In any Reliable Old-Line Company &lad. t r sad latrmdUt points at I 1:13 p m price. Now In use in the United ?...',:. f,, ':. :, -::. S'Addrse.i

eto WILSON 1lgtls. A kidney or bladder4 trouble can always r Tltti.Tlll',* for s.nford 7J.)LID HtaUs Army and Navy Department THE PRESIDENT.
: .
SO L7YIa13R krrivM TIC",.,,,,. f roa teaforn U:JM pja
INSURANCE.Our be cured by nslng Foley's Examine them at Prltchsrd LIFE. FIRE and MARINE Bold Red Cross Pharmacy f -
by ,
Sore In time.
TItusville. .
the ADVOCATE office. ... ..44. AAAAAA
the Teat of Ins trance FIFTY YEARS. TItusville. The ADVOCATE:prints all!) 'uJCal D4"" .A. 4
the Company
W* alsolRepresent only Florida Fir




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',:;,ftJ 1m sl1, be) says the' Oshkosh, '9rth' Florida East Coast 'Ry.I I

THE CZAR'S CHIEF Spy WN that In a few ye r. nlird i the I .
poor jnan of the United State*., will .
r i 9 ride 'to his- work in a neat fifty1'fl&llnr) LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4, 1904

automobile and look enVlously at hIs ,
Jareer; of Emma Bellomo Who
rich neighbor who is Able to sail $OUTMBOttND-READ DOW. aORTHBOUNOKUito ry,,

Was Murdered. irouwd" ro n 2fW) alpthlp.! ,
iiRDAi Datl ,TI
A Guaranteed For Piles. I W
ure I v..................... eo -.UV ..................... r Y6u
A MOST DARING ADVENTURESS: ,. Itching Blind, Bleeding or Protruding 1teai........... .............. Ja.ok80DVIU. ......................Lv Sea, /
Piles. refund if 11" .. ......................... B
f Uruggiats; money PAZO i 11 87. ....>.................. ButIDJr.............................. .y.
OINTMENT falls to cure any case, no I lit' .... ................r..L. : Pslah.,...................... ..,. 994. a/
Glow Dh. Uccatne Indl.pvn.nble Co matter how long standing In 6 to 14
First \ and U SOp Ar ..........................Falatka .................,.........Lv 910a
the Itu..lan Cou.t-Mu..e.. days. application gives; ease lIS 1116. Ly ................. .......P..ka.A, Tma I1l
rest.. fiOo.$ If your Druggist: hasn't.. It cyriya l /

i N Counted: a L.altlm. Faelor In IlexlameLoup send 50o. id stamps and It will be for- 10 I Mp Ar ................... ,...:.Ban Matto ..........................IN -. .Is
( : l>:r Wbleh Sb. O.ln.d warded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co., .... ., a Olin LY .... ............ ...Ban Ma too........ .................. Ar 'y'Oi. 1 N,

Who C..r'. Compjlet. Confflden: .... St. Louis Mo. 61 11..p LY ........................... N.or .....................,.......Lv -IMa
09 119p.. ............ ....Bannclls.OrmoDd. ...................h........ 11 ". P 1
Dattata Plsanl lit now awaltyng trial 12.S P ......................::.......!>OptJAL................,.............. .. Ii';
One of the most important assets in 611 p .............................. .............................. 11I'f. : !
to a Russian prison for the murder: of a business l In politeness.-Atchlxoi'' Of I1p ............ ...............I>.'tfD.............,.......... ......... tM. I I
Jilt wilt, who was the woman known 10 as p ....................... .....;Port Orange" ,"........................... 1 p 1
Globe. ...N -w 11m rna............................ 4116. = ,
to fame as Kiutuu: Ilellomo, the most .. ............................Oak Hill............................. '8a lilt''
II daring of the czar's. inifiiy; spies. The .... .... .... ...........THinvlUa................ .._ 812. j
her like Opaac I 11. ...... .....................Ooooa.. '...............:......::.... 11. 1$11
story ot career reads u novel. Cares cold In I H 05D.....:...................Rnokled,e................ ............ 99Ta! I' ,
:144 If 10
hours. have
''' JSJio was born the daughter;; of a poor a you JII ............... .. ..... ....:Eau: Oalfla............................. 1 11 T
that languid tired-out feeling and 11 : .. ... .... ....... ........ Na Oh
IIG 4 ............... .. Mel bourn* .. .. 1
is ;a> sant. Buys the St. Petersburg corre- hardly know what Is the matter you 1011 ......._, ................................ II 60 a 11 Uli.N.
mponUent of the Liverpool I'owt At need a trfnlo to the fever 101 40p ...............................'H. Lu..I................................ 12 os a 14 ..
of fourteen she carry breeding I It 0 p .......;.................. 3't. *............................... .n 811 II SOI1. I
I7'a age was ewp10yetl Impurities from the system. Try Opaac .88 1> .::..........,................Tltibala.' .. ... .. ......... n
a household drudge la a 'bourgeois Tablet, a few of them will make you Tri-Weekly Sailings I. II p ...............................Bd.n.......:......M:...:............ alp pui i
faintly at Nice iii 1"I'ol1ce1.Etldowetl,: feel like a new Try them for ., e. 14' ,.............................Jensen .................. ..... ...... If 11 Pi...
I. person. .. 119 .............................. .8tuarl..I...............:.....:....... } OS P .
1 t with a personal beauty precocious us neuralgia the effect l is wonderful. Price I? p p ...................... ...Hobfl Bound.........,............... 10 IS P 101.10. )
to the development of ber jnentul 25cts.. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. b 47 10 P .............0.-..........Writ JnplMr ..........._........... 1011 p 1481 i
powers _. 4 M! f 44 p ......................... W. PalmS.aoh.;........................ p 11&.
't she began to realize that both .61 O. p ....p......................Bo.Dton............................. I ao. ,
might be used In such a world as this Knouuli' IInl... Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 11 CI 115 P ...........................I> 1 113 p f 40. I
First 1"ulJKoug (promenading) on the 1110 O. p .................... ... ..Ft. Lau denial. *...........,:.............. lOp N.
r for the attainment of rank aud power. .110 II p ....................... .... Hallandale.. ............................. a p I N.
;She was grossly ignorant and the first dock of A lifter In tuldocean, to set: The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe i .4 ................. .Lemon City.............. ..... J 10 plIO.
1 passenger leaning disconsolate!;' T W OpAr................. .....::.. ,Jllsml........................::...L. COp 100.
the of
step upward was Improvement
ti agnlimt the ra IU-Ua vo you dined Ser' Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
her education. She waited for two '
tears and then saw her tlrst vhancund ond Passenger (dejectedly) On the Direct bervlce Between ANB-OHD BRANCH. ORANGE. CITY BRANCH.Pally .

took It. Dattlsia Pliant fell In contrary.-Harper's Weekly.:. JacksonYille Boston Providence and all Eastern Feints WRIT STATION! N e IXPally 0, I o. STATIC TE o. a
l Jove with her and asked her to be married Pally Dally Dally Dall
-.a .
M to him. lie wail only a "pruc- California Prune Wafers.A (Calling at Charleston 8, C., both ways) T08aIMa Lv........ TtttUTlU........Ar II Mp 10 lOa Lv..N. Sm'ras..Art 1 Ni
pleasant and agreeable laxative U.WElCJhr SAILINGS >......... O teen...........Ar 11 XJa otip lltlaLv: kaif.Un.'Ar| hop
k Helen: a WilSOn, but be was n man painless effective. Southbound.. ...... Lewis Wharf Boston MaMa >.......... *...,.,...Ar! II noa 08 p00p 1l s9a Lv.Oraniro Ctty.Ar lOOp tip '
omewbut superior to his environment physicians, ;yet and recommended Prescribed by all by Northbound.. .......... Toot or Catherine Street Jacksonville Ar.......... Sanford .........Lv 10 lOa 4 110* Ar .Or.CIly JO..LT. ) IJBJp Sup

In scholarship, and Emma sow In ..himfcer -
druggists as an Invaluable substitute for a o. .. 18Dally mo, I 17 N o.t IV 0.CODally No.CZ No. 24 s
opportunity. She married him; and mineral pills and castor oil. 100 Wafers Clyde St. Johns lliver Line. **and I Daily EillyMAYPOKT: bs

when, be had taught her all be knew 25ct. For Bale by Red Cross Pharmacy. iand y Dally. except Dally Dailyif .
(DeHary Line.) eoly Sunday unQ end
ahe became very exacting.:' Tbey removed .. '
to Paris, where In order to BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. tOp a I 4S p 4 bar JOOp:8p Its stir I'okeonr'e Ar T 00 140 a 1 O p I tOp 510 p
k pro- Wor. Than Th."t. Stopping at Palfttka, A'tor. St. rranoln, Her nfc>nl(DeLand), and intermediate. lanaVIngs I 5p? 52 p 4 BJp 9 Ma &+.Jao&103'11U. a Baa 8 Na 1* 94 V ii p g lO p
Tide her with what she wanted bo "Do you think that the governor's. ou the Ht.J ohu'Kivur.Commeauliig p p 30p 8 Mp 10 Mall :Pablo. Btaeh.. a 20 aIS 8 00 tO p l N,
turned coiner and eventually bad to 38 p 711 p 85 p I 41 ti 1014 a A'I..ntloBeMIt 0 a 7 le n mPENINSULAR 33 p p R p
remarks were spontaneous' grandma Tuesday November 15, 1OO4. tOp p 00 p/ COp Ma, Ar. Mayport Lv S w>a 1 40a St Op I R
:leave the country to escape the oJlce. I "Worse.! They were positively STEAMERS"CITY OF JACKSON I ""ud"FItID'JC: eBAKY."

Mine risanl theu returned to Nice sell nd'loiw.; "-Exchange.! I Are appointed to rail as follow*: Lave Jacksonville dully except Saturdays,at 3:30: p. in. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS' MIAMI.
where sbe met the Count dellu Torre Returning,leave, Banfurd,dally,except. Sundays, at 91311.t .a. lB.Su"dl. .

"who at once fell a victim to her exquisite How's This ? Joltnl' SCHEDULE. North Buun-d CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI' WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE ?. A 0. $. S. COMPANY FOI
loveliness and charui of Read down. up. '
map liltu We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward I ...Leave 8 all p. m. ...... ...... ..-r..Yaokannnvlllo. ..... ................... .trrlve 200 a. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
Jier. She ensuared )him attached Leave II 411 p. '0. ..........................,..Iklatka.v .... .. .. 8 co p. m.
to her devoted service and did with or any case of Catarrh that cannot be Leave 300 a. m. ........ ...... ... .. ..... Astor ..,... ...1. .....:. ..... Leave 83C P w. '
cured bv Ilnll's. Catarrh. Cure.F. Leave 430 a. 01. ........... ........ .St. Fra..el., ..:.,...... ........ .. leave I: 00 p. III TtUM Time Table dhow he Ummi at whleh train mar to arrive and dnirt
him whatsoever she listed. So from ". J, CnENKf A; Co Props.. Toledo, O. Leave ............. .. ...llere.lor,1 (UeLand)) ..... .. .. .... ...... Leave 1 191 p. m. Prom' the *.vl'ra'tatton.' .\ but their arrival or departure at b.Umes Gated Is net "," .rLlltHd,
that time she became known to the underalgnell Arrive 8 30 a. m. .,..... ..". ...... ......SILO/urtl. .. ... .. ....... ...... Leave II 30 Ih m. lor doe Mi. Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any eoaseqoence arising thin.roni. .
We the' have known V.
J. ... .......................... Leave 1000 .
i world as the "grande dame" the Arrive f0tl: a. m .................. .. .Enterprlne a. m. > i
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe '
Countess della Torre. When the count him perfectly honorable in all business Oen'. Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville:
II \ Copy of the LOCAL TIME OAAD or Other Information
died be left her the whole of his immense f transactions and financially. abte"' to -- >
h fI'. .IRON NKONCiKR,,JI&., A st. '.."". At) ". 204 West Hay Bt.' Jacksnnvllle. Fla. "
fortune, and'society threw open carryout any obligations made by their W. Q.COOPER,Jr., Local Vrt.Airt. Jaoksonvllle U. P. LOVBI.L, Superintendent Jacksonville. uSE: : THE TICKET AOENT.
doors to her. firm. WKST A TRUAX, Wholesale) Drug Kuot Hii..n JaokHonvllle.. Fla. *
wide Its
r'' T gists: Toledo O W AWING, KINNAN &. A.O. HAQBRTT Oan'l Ea t'n PIM.. A (t. New YorK. CLYDE! MI LN IC,Gen. Frt. A(it.; ,New York. t J. p.: 1lA.IIinn.!: Asst. O.n. P..... Ag xtt.t ST. ATJOUBTUIA.: PLA.t .
,, Fate led her to place her talents at < THEO. 4). RG/OR General Manager.. WM. H OLVIIK: CO.. General Agent.
the disposal of the czar, and to the MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo.O.Uall' GtoMbronKlt building, ID State St.. Opposite Battery Hark, New York. --

Russian court she became InJlfipensble. Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally C. ii:. WALTON.. Agent TItusvlllo, Fla.Atlantic .
acting directly upon the blood and raa
If a document had to be secured cons surfaces of the tyntem. Puce ctIJ .

abe secured It. Murder she counted a per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials .
legitimate factor In the game. She free.

l would lure on her victim by soft Hall's Fdmlly Pills are the best.A Coast Line R'y. .

'' glance nnd tender smile with a small -'

t phial of' deadly poison. hidden In ber Fair Ol>l>or onltr.Tnnso. : -

left glove. bru, ;# told Unit. lie had a faitopplortlullty
1Mi The Oreat Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
"i The coup which first established her of tnklntf advantage/ of avery
of the : "I wish not on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November.TOJT11K .
1L'' In the complete confidence czar bitter enemy replied Southern

happened early in her Career. The Russian to plunder him. but there are thing 13AST. Railway

secret police had received Intelligence \vhl(')h wish to take from him-not till .
hatched hUt his malice and 111 Over Its own ralU to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence .
of a plot which was being honor or life but. >
via the Pennsylvania Railroad "
conjointly In Home and Paris. lie- will." iTO

:ports conflicted In detail: but all concurred Well spoken! A noble taking from '>: /
In pointing at a trusted member an enemy "hIs malice and 411 will!" .
t The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery The Mobile & Ohio R. R.
of the household high in the con How in that done Love is the potent "

1 fldonce of the czar and with constant weapon. "Heap. coals of fire on billhelld.Exchanife. "
{ access to his person. The work of detecting '
the plot was given to the .. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Bos .. ,
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ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to'New York, Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah .
t who went to Rome and In. .. .
countess, ..
and Merchants' and Miner Transporttaion Company for Haiti- ,
I gratlated herself with the nihilists. aud .
more Philadelphia .
She was successful and on return got *4 b; Best Line to St. Louis Mo.
; ,
'l '{ an audience with the czar who refused TO KEY WEST AND IIA V NA. { '
to believe wont she told him. .
Via Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company "
: The accused was one of the mont trusted ,
Superb Dining Car Service. .
t of his personal friends. "Then" Connection Made'at' Jacksonville for all Points
.aid the countess, "I shall prove to

:your majesty! that what I sny Is true. / .
In half an hour I must crave permission .F MILF.AOE TICKETS.

totice you again." Interohaogeahle mileage tickets Rood: over 13,000 miles of among the principal .
_, y She at once hastened to the officer in .1 railroadIn the southern stated are on sale by the principal agents. Stop-overs going and returning at Atlanta Knoxvllle, Louisville. and principal

_ (E'4 question and delivered into his care the I j' For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, North Carolina Mountain Resorts.. -

package of papers: with the Injunotlon FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Disk. Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK, TraY. Pass Agt. See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the worfd);Famous Blue Grass
not to allow them to quit his person. '' 138 West Buy St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE: FLA. '
"Keep them with you," she Bold. "On II. At. EMERSON: Traffic Manager.. W. J. CRAIG Geu'l. Pass. Agent Region, Lexington and Louisville\ .' .

your noble person they are safe. In WILMINGTON N. C. Free reclining chair cars and hlgh-clasa day coaches Tbrougb Pullman sleepIng

my hiding place<< they may bo found.. j I hill. cars, Jacksonville to St. Louis. 'f.

> Returning expecting she her found In his the apartments czar nervously and I I II ll. S E. .JB<>.A.. I> Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully upon I. apppllcatlon... .',V"...."'. '

I at once Raid "I beg that your majesty

(, will at once summon this gentleman to : era AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR ).
your presence: and that you observe y .
closely the count's deportment and features \ J

when he sees me at your side. _1. .' ,

_' When a few minutes inter the officer T. O. X."C'S ., ;r> st. Pass. Ag .,

entered and saw the countess he was SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND .
struck with terror and mmnze cent. '' a' f
108 West St.
Bay -
"It is an 1 informed your majesty 1 ,pi7 ..

_ observed the countess calmly. "If you .',. ., -
i will search him "will find the lIE above of the r
you picture
.,. |r. Two Elegant Trains Dally '. \
proof." The proof was found in one of man nnd fish is the trademark .+ .
boots. The czar's commandwas Seaboard "
hIs riding, "Exile to Siberia for life" but of{Scott's Emulsion, Seaboard Express, Mail. J ,

a the countess never knew what really and is the synonym for '.,f.1 'Jl DERY PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ,,',' .... .
\ \
f became of him. She always believed strength,: and purity. It is sold ONLY LINE Operating V Dally Throiigh Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. : .---- --------.--------------- -- ::::::

41 that he was murdered in his cell that in almost all. the civilized countries i' .. .:
; of the ,globe.If : .
From that day the Countess della Lines
_ Torre was established In the confidenceof the cod fish became extinctit For full. information and sleeper reservations call ou any Agent Mallory

of the autocrat of all the Russia Hut would he a world-wide calamity Seaboard, or write '

'.f one ghost haunted her-her husband. ; because the oil that cornea A. o. MA.CDONKLL, Awt. oen. rass. Agt. s. c. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt. _

),( She all had been with in constant Plsanl who communication was In from its liver surpasses all other JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. SPECIAL P PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
1. America. lie returned a few weeks fats iu nourishing nntllife-g'iving --- -- .._ ___n___ --.- -----

ago unbidden and sought her out. properties. Thirty years ago EXPERIENCE BO YEARS and most thoroughly equipped paasenger steamships on the coast.

tN t .When he left her she was found mur the proprietors! of Scott's Emulsion }- kiDNEY DISEASES -NO OVXRCROWDING-

; dered. '
found a of preparing
i F.n**. a Lnxurr In Japan. cod liver oil so that everyone can hlps, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of bertH

Only the very rich nave fences take it nnd get the full value of are the most fatal of all idle.eases. or the seating capacity of Dining 'Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indivldu)

ft around their farms In Japan, says the the oil without the objectionabletaste. service and attention.

Philadelphia Public edger. The Jap- TRADe MANKC
Scott's Emulsion is the
anese do not like to spare the square KIDNEY CURE ISI Dc910NsCoevalortra PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAT.
lest in the world for
thing weak
feet a fence would take up. If a border FOLEY'S Ac.Anyon .

around a fiddle necessary It Is backward children, thin, delicate fiaaranliri RlmedJ quickly. mwwruiin*winding out ik optnhm trh and tn durrtpttmi. whMbcr mmt an (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)

I h, trt'C'M. the leave of Invention .M.probably p.l o.munlrntin..trtotlveonadenu.L .
made of mulberry people[ and nIl conditions of HANDBOOK(011 Patmiu LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS \bRTB.
-, which are good for silkworms. It Is or money refunded. Contains cane:= Olrtmit (inner fur Mcuniiff p .n t..
and lost .
wasting strength. |> Uk.n tbroucn' Mann Co. ntsalnIfifial
said that 100,000 acres that would otherwise remedies recognized fay eml- _..... without.h..r...tu tb. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

be taken up with fences. are Send fir A-M camp/ Scientific Rmerican.Absnds.e.lymlvelr.t.dw.eklr FAMOUS' "SEA ISLANDS."
thus used. nent physicians as the best lot t

SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS Kidney and Bladder troubles. n' : ,'I'erm......-.ea em1&1.1001 .-. Through ticket sold to all points. For full Information regarding at ,

tl 1 1I I P..t.. .f ... r.t.r.. *0.- 11 r".L TBtBKT, VKW, YOU MUCK fife. u4 S.... any..nWlJ4'1..J.:: n.w.e..lwL tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets, etc., apply w

The luxuries of one generation are Sot. tad$ AO dMl'...& MllliR.i Cn ''''' New York, ARTHUR W. Florida
ICed Cross Pharmacy. fir PIE Passenger Agent 214 1 West Bay Sreet Jacksonime
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PRESIDENTS'. MESSAGE We have undertaken. to build the, lath?, 'hC ,ST. .U.thUSTIl .
mlatt cnna ,;'We: hove undertaken toil

WINDSOR HOTEL secure.rlr"<>arjiete8: ] our Just chare la:|

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST .AND FLORIDA'SLARGEST 'y (continued from page$) the trade *f $$orient We havo undertaken Florida House, S T. AUaUSTINE'FLORIDA.NOW .

'protect" Our citizens rromtf
,'for the exercise of that right cannot be I, Improper trej tlfnt In foreign lands.. ; OPEN. TOURISTS' TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.

'divorced. One of our great poets'. has \Ve continue-: ett!'dlly to Insist on the 1 iT} r

:well and finely snU: that freedoni'la nota app.ltaitbw of, the Monroe doctrine to This popular heuse is centrally located; has all modern Improvements, including -

gift that tarries long lu the bauds of the western! hemisphere.! Unless OUR!! STEAM:\ HEAT, and more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSURE
,coward Neither does It tarry long In attitude In these and all similar! matters .
than other hotel to town. Accommodate 360. Rates $3.00: to ftt.30;\
the hands of those too slothful too dishonest U to be a;mere boastful .sham wo any per .

or too unintelligent to exerciseIt. cnnnot afford to Abandon our naval day. ,
e '\ F. a HAYDEN, Manager.
Our voice ID
programme. now potent .
The eternal vigilance which i lit the
price of liberty must bo'exerclllelt for pence and is BO potent because we ._.__._.-_- ___. .. --- -------'---. _..-._
are not'afrnld of war. Hut our protestations -
sometimes to frnurd: against outside 1 1'ATiATKA

foes/although, of course, far more often upon behalf' of pence would f
neither receve( nor deserve the slightest
7 to guard l\ln..t. our own selflsh:! or '
attenttor If we were Impotent, to
thoughtless shortcomings.It '
The Graham Hotel
p". make them,goosl. PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Afii is ourduty to remember that n nation ,I.h I.
has',n,$,,moro right fo da Injusticeto I The Armr. ',.' .

nnotbeiijriatlon!: ; : sti"rug or weak, than Within the last three yonw the 1Tntted .: Opposite Post: Olllce and\,OfllcoB ot Ocklnwalia( and St. pohna River SteamersgnTy -.
un Individual has to do injustice to another State ,jhRII set an example In dis *

Individual{ (; that the sum moral I armament'' where disarmament was ,'.. Brick Hoteyn thu City. Rat"\""! $1! Hull *3.Ht 1 per thiy.
; 1\\)<
law applies lu one case 119 In the other. proper. t5y law our army Is fixed at N -n ettn. riactjln' the t City. PorfBis'Mti't I. nil Trains I and Iloats.J ..
But we must.'alro remember that It i Is a maximum of 100,000 and n mlnimnn! "< :' ', .

ns much the< duty of the nation) of 00,000 men. When there was insur "':" .. If: K. OASJTTT, Proprietor.
rectlon In the Philippines we kept' the< .
guard-* own rights and Its own Interests ....... .
as It is the duty of the Individual nrmy nt the maximum Pence came In -- --- j'- ----- -

so to do. Until some method la devisedby the Philippines' and now our" army OrAl) SI AnltlU ZI.. ,OOOI)ALL, .t'LA.
has been reduced to the minimum lit ._ __ d,.' '
: '"
I -
DODGE A CULLENTS, OWNERS AND'PROl>RlETOI which there shall be a degree of International -
which It Is. possible to keep It with due .
.. .. ..__._ _. control over" offending nations -
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--- -- ----- --- regard to Its efficiency. Wo should be OLD SEA1UUSEZE! '
It wOuld be a, wicked thing for : ,
The Seaside I.
able In the event of some sudden Inn
the most civilized powers, for those OOOIMU.. F1.A
DDVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, Fl.A.J with most sense of International obll-n emergency; to put Into the field ono
first class which should be< ,
gatlons and with keenest and most gen army corps IM now open for the winter season, under the management of the owner
erous appreciation of the difference be- ns a whole at least the equal of any IIOKACK F. MTEW A WI'. ll ndonio and new' situated on Daytona

tween right and wrong, to disarm. If body of troop of like number belong Reach, the hotel U modern In all Its appolntnienu, with largo, airy,' ple_
Ing to any other nation ant overlooking and Casino and I'lor,
the great civilized nations of the present rooms / ocean opposite Koiuliig'u
Opposite postoffloe.-. ,/ Centrally located. Thoroughly po.lred and rep, day should completely disarm, the heat progress; has been made In protecting The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderato :

.* ',.*$"/.' .- result would mean an Immediate recrudescence our coasts by adequate fortlflcations ,; nOlUCE: F. BTEVVAUT: Owner and,Manager.New1 ( : .

'gf barbarism In one former with sufficient unll. 'Ye ..... . .. .. .... ... .. -
novated. Newly furnished Llbernllyooaductbct. "'----- --- ---- -- -
... should, however pay\ much more heed ,1,
< another. Under circumstance a
1. ally NIAITIthIZlr.
1 than nt present to the development onn i'.' .
1"" 1. Bufllcleut armament would have to be ._
Rates $2.50/ J per day and '' $: extensive' system of flouting mines 'If.. -- -- I
up. 3 to the of Inter
f 0 kept up serve purposes 5
for use' in all our more Important bar.hors. '
," I national police, and,until international These mines' have been proved) \ Clarendon Inn SEAUUICK/K, : Sea' 5
.,B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. cohesion and the sense of International to Facing .thu
be a moat formidable safeguard
':: duties and rights are far more advanced against hostile fleets. I ]
o' than nt present n nation desirous 'Court molt Ground, Kio. Thlity-llve mils of the grandest ocean beach In
\' both of securing respect tor Itself The rhulplne.. the woud; pf iftct foe otlirlngo Hilvti, bier ors tiding and Huloinobllo.UJOUVALLKD .

H.N10'NEAL. ; and of doing Rood to others mast have In the Philippine Islands there baa ; SURF nA. rHINO AND BPLKNDID FI U INU.

a force adequate for the work: which been during the pORt year n contlnun OCEAN PIER AND CASINO CONNECTED WITH HOTKU
feels\ Is to It as its part of the tlon of the steady' progress which has
allotted Rates, booklet' and further Information mailed upon applloatlon. Address,
T HAS LEASED ,TUE nteueral world duty. Therefore It follows obtained ever since our troops definitely -
got the upper hand of the Instil E. L. POTTER, Proprietor. 0, It.( KNAPPE, Manager.SKAUREEZE .
Unit a self respecting just ajvlfarseeliifr
gents, The Philippine people, or to ( FLOIUUA.
nation should
ARAGON on one speak the .. . -'
more accurately, ---
HOTEL many -- ---- -- ---- --- --"---
band endeavor by every mean to aid
tribes end sundered from
even races' 'I'ITUVILLE.
In the development of the various
I P one another more or less' sharply! wh
movements which tend to provide substitutes .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. go to make up the people of the Philippine -
for war; which tend to render
It is the American Rates Islands! contain element, '
open on plan. (2,60 per day and upwards. many
nations In their actions toward one an- Sembler
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed and It IH of good, and some elements! which we< Cottage T1TUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
other and indeed toward their own ,
now second to none in the city. Roth cuisine and service unsurpassedIn have a right to hope stand for progress. ,
the South. Rooms with private bath, :$J per day and upwards: peoples" more responsive to the general At,present they are utterly Incapable Open All the Year. Cloud Doo.uand Attention..
sentiment of 'humane' nail civilized
of existing In Independence at REASONABLE RATES.::
the other hand that
mankind and on
all or of building up a civilization of Two doors from F. E. O, Railway Station, Tttusvllle.MRS. .
West Bay and Cedar Streets. It should keep prepared" while scrupulously own. ,
WESTMOR EL AND HOTEL their I firmly believe that we<
avoiding wrongdoing itself to ( A. J. SIC Mil LEU, Proprietrens.;
J ACKSONVILLE, FLA. can help them to rise higher and higher -
repel any wrong Nnnd In exceptionalcases "
In the scale of civilization and ot
American plan Centrally located Just built and opened to take action which in a more capacity for self government and I. FEASTER HOME TITUfJVILLE: FLORIDA.
t advanced stage of International relations Corner Lemon find Main Street
most earnestly hope that In the end
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water would come, under the bend of they will be able to stand If not entirely FlrI -clal. Table Good, Sunny Rooms, Rates Reasonable; special

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ,the exercise: of the International police. alone, yet In torn such 'relationto by the week. V''
MRS. J. N. FEASTER!: ) 1 l
Arbitration Treall. the United States as Cuba now Proprl.torr.I
street cars pass the door. Rates, (2.00 to (2.1SO per day. 'We are In every way endeavoring to tnpdt Thin end Is,not yet' In sight. I 'k MRS. JULIA IWIUTVVISCH f .

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Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. help on, with cordial good will every and It may be Indefinitely postpone! '
movement which will tend to bring us If our people are foolish enough: to turn IAU OALLIU.

into more friendly, relations with the the attention of the Filipino away

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : rent of mankind. In pursuance of this from the problems" of achieving moral

. policy I Shall shortly lay: before the senate and mAterIal prosperity of working Hotel Sarno and Cottages XAU OALLIK): FLA.
-On the American and European Plan- treaties of arbitration with all.pow for a stable, orderly and Just govern'nient '. .

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant era which are willing to enter Into these ,' and toward foolish and dangerous .
family home. Rates: American Plan, t:&.OO and 12.00); European, SOcts. treaties with us. It is not possible at Intrigues for a complete Independence On the Eau CJnllle and Indian Rivers. Two mile. from the mouth ot the

and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the! door. this period of the world' developmentto for which they are as yet totally. famous Dana a River. Unsurpassed Duck Shooting and Water.' Hotel

n. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. to arbitrate all matters, but unfit and Cottages are elegantly turn lulled. Freestone and Sulphur Rates:
agree I. (i.BO\ and (:J.BO/ pet day: special by the week or mouth. Cottage completely
The beautifully !located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the there are many matters of possible On the other hand our people mud furnished for families. J. WAT KINS LEE.
same management difference between us and other nations keep steadily before their wind the
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which can be thus arbitrated. fact that the Justification for our stay ..-
Furthermore, at the request' the Interparliamentary In the Philippines must' ultimately rest MKLIIOUHNR

New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. union, an eminent chiefly upon the good we are able to

10 East Forsytb Street. body composed of practical statesmen do In the Islands.( I do not overlookthe MELBOURNE FLORIDA. '
( from all countries I have asked the fact that In the development of our New Hotel Carleton
Center of City; cool, alr/rooms; first-olalls in all appointments. The belt Brevard County I
powers to Join with this government Interests In the Pacific ocean and
(2 to $2.CO American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European In a second Hague conference at whichIt along Its coasts the Philippine have Finely situated on a high blurt overlooking the INDIAN RIVER..

hoped that the work already so played and will play an Important part Hurt and still salt water bathing. Hunting and Fishing. Sanitary
plan, (1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, :Near: 1'It
happily begun: at The Hague may be and that our Interests have been served plumbing, furnace,heat and gas-light. Races : (3 per day and up.
all car lines. Special weekly rates. i C. B. SMITH, Prop. carried some steps further toward In more than sine way by. the possession Spuclal by the week. .Private lliulm -

completion.. This carries out the desire of the Islands. But our chief ROBERTSON1: A; FERGUSON.,

expressed by the first Hague conference reason for continuing to hold them
Corner Bridge and Bay Streets. '
WOLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL Itself. must' be that we ought In good faith 1IIELUOUltNE, J'1ORlDA.
to to do share of the world'swgrk
Foliar Tohr.rd Other Nation .fIt try our Drnard County

-Rooms SOcts, 75cts/ and :fl.OQ.- W..I.rla lIeDlI.pb. and thin particular piece of work: Centrally Located on New ikuveu Avenne. Fine View of Indian River
Is not true that the United States has been Imposed upon u* by the results
and Crane Creek. Good Hunting and KUIilng.' Open the year Hound.
A first-class Restaurant In Connection. hay land hunger ''entertainsany of the war with Spain. We are RATES the week. '
feels or ,, : f2 per day. Special by
J. H. WOLFE!:, Manager. endeavoring to develop the natives
projects as regards the! other nations e GJCO. M. BROWN,
of the western hemisphere sav. themselves so that they shall take an .. .. .. ..Proprietor.WEST'
-- --- -- -- -
for their welfare All that ever Increasing share In their own gov ,
such as are
HOTEL DE 80TO Under new management. American and European. far Is : PALAI 1II7ACII.
this country desire Is to see the neighboring ernment and tlll as prudent, we
Plan. Re-furpUhed. Centrally Located. countries stable orderly and are already admitting their representative ..- r -

(Formerly Geneva) "':" Rates: GOcts. to 2.50 per day- prosperous. Any country'whoso people to a governmental equality with j

conduct themselves well can count upon our own.. There are commissioners, The Narcissus Cottages MARION and CORNELIA.
JACKSONVILLE,' FLA. 8. P. NASH, Manager. our hearty friendship. If 1&, nation Judges and governor In the Inland.

-----.----- ---- -----_.._-_.,.---- ---- shows that It knows bow to act with who are Filipinos and who have exactly Narcissus Street, West Palm Beach, FIs. .
I the same share In the '
8T AUGUSTINE. reasonable efficiency and decency in social of the Islands ns have their government colleague hater: f'J: BO to t'M:: Special rate by the wenk.
and political matters 1C It keeps Fronting on Lake Worth, with attractive view of the Palm Beaon shore
order and pays Its obligations, It need who are Americans', while In the lower Delightful, airy rooms. Electric !lights, hoi and cold baths. and all modem
fear no Interference from the United, ranks, of count, the great majority of conveniences. Table, service the bust. Small children not taken.

Hotel Magnolia ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. States. Chronic wrongdoing or an Impotence the Within public two years servants! we shall are be Filipino tryln, HIM. f.. D. HOSKINSON, . West Palm Beacb Fla.

which results In a general ll' the experiment of an elective lower '___" _....... ._ .... _... . .. .__. .-- -, 0"-' .___..__... ,
enlng of the ties of civilized: society .
may In America as elsewhere, ulti house In the Philippine legislature.! It iiiTMoun, N. a.
the Filipinos art with wisdom oIl self
mately require Intervention by some .
restraint If they show that they are \
FIRST-CLASS HOTELS OF ST. AUGUSTINE. dvllleed nation, and In the western .
ONE OF whichIn
hemisphere the adherence of the United capable of Alerting a legislature nIlworth UILTMORE, N, C.
States to the Monroe doctrHie maT Its turn 1* capable of taking M snne K Inn
1 and efficient part In the actual work of saAl/ A.uavrcr.x.OPEN "
OPEN States, however reluctantly -
NOW force the United
government, they can rest assured that f
In flagrant cases of such
a full nail increasing measure of recognition -
wrongdoing:; or Impotence, to the esercl will be given them. THROUGHOUT .
e of an International pollee powr.Rlsjfcia '

PALMER & MacDOWELL.-- of ,Am.r..... Cltlua. Abre.d. Every should measure be taken taken primarily t'Onccmlnlit'th"Islands with KDGAR Ii. MOORE, I'roprletor.

It Is necessary forus firmly tolnslst up. a view to their advantage. We should ._ ... .. ... _. .. _. .. .- .. ___ _, ....._-0" ., .______ k
on the rights of oar own citizen abroad certainly give them lower tariff rates'

Hotel St. George ST.. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. without regard to their creed or race: on their exports to the United Start

without regard to whether 'they were If this Is not done It will be a wiwi For a Eon: ofORA1TCES. '

born here or born abroad. It has to extend!'our shipping laws to them. 100 Gold

ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SINCE: LAST SEASON. proved" very difficult to secure from I earnestly hope for the Immedtatr!

Elevator. Steam heat PrI"te baths. First-class: up-to-date: hotel. Unsala the right for our Jewish fellow enactment Into law of the leglalation l : f
citizen to receive poiwporU and tra",1througb now pending to encourage! Am.rt Art

f3 per day. Send for booklet.M. Russian territory. It Is a capital to ek Investment In the Is We have bad so many reports of the tine quality of oranges raised with our

wrong against which we are entitled: to lands In In fr.orlPll. In plantations that have decided to offer
B. MONTGOMERY, of Hoestls House,Saratoga, raJlra.vlii, limon Pare fertilizers during the past years, we $1OO
Owner and Proprietor. protest to refuse Mm nU and passport char and fa larotxrlnif and mining. IN: GULL) for the best IJIU5 for toe second and $10 for the third beet box ot
without regard to his conduct '
acter merely on racial and religious Don't Neglect Your Kidney IlIniN of the cropsof 10041006% and 190
ground Or they will HOOD undern Ins your heath.; e iblbltlon will be announced later.

Th. ..y.... Those backaches, swollen feet, spots be The only condition being that the crop of fruit shall be produced with our

yon BUTCDinG The strong arm of the governmentIn fore your ey.*. and especially tee: generalworn Simon Pure Fertilizer., If a State Fair should be held during,any Onset, the sea-
out feeling la the more;W are sure
epfordng respect (or its just right Igos of kidney trouble. Irving'.I3ueho C one and at web time that a creditable exhibit of citrus fruits can be made, the ,:

In International matters Is the nary of Wafers cleanse the blood, build, op the d:Isplay! will be held daring the fair, and at the place where the fair Is held.'

KINO AND ST. GEOROB STReeTspppo3rrUPOSTOFFKBadPLAZA .* ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDAKZS&ZTZ. the United State*. -I mot earnestly shrunken walb of the kidneys,removing! -For further particulars and booklets, address-- 55
...enf..blt. recommend that there be no bait lu the tb. capes and th palo| with It. Bold atWictt S
H_' I.. lb. eU,. slot.v E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO,, Jacksonville. Fla.
.. a box by Pharmacy
the America Red Cross
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,.. -.- of Suggestions for Christmas..=...>., Friendship\ ; afpter No. 11, Order of -Mr. L. M. Dawson, of Tltusvllle, |
,.. ll ( I f fI'ull I Eastern Start; ha 1 Diamonds Watches Clocks meeting in the Ch'apter-room, at Indian .
H i River hotel Tltusvllle, on Tuesday even- -Mr. and Mrs. T. A. 8 m alien, of Etna DIAMOND! ] *. CUT GLASS *
_'p Jewelry Cut Glass lag, with Mrs M. A. Sorlmgeourln tbe \ SOLID GOLD JEWELKT.: 3TKKLIHG SILVER TABLEJ
i : ; '. chair. After the usual routine Business Green, Ind., arrived In town last night; GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, I WAItE. *

I Silverware Etc. and collection of dues bad been attended -Miss Mabel Reynolds Is' expected STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES If SILVER PLATED. WARE. J
to the election of officers fur tbe ensuing
The finest line of Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties *
The balloting home to-day from her lengthened visit Sterling ever
Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. year was proceeded with.
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among the lady members Will very spirit with relatives In Baltimore. ,shown in Tltusvllle.
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; Satisfaction
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*.lil! M".' ed, and some excitement prevailed. At =: J JTryHNc
{ 2383 the'conclusion It was found that the -Every thing on the move and up-to- ,.. G. L. MANBAVILLE? Titusville, : Fla.

;I, t fiWrll Oliver cM/ar d: Jr following' will fill tbe respective 1 'offices in date at the Jewelry Store,,one look at *****A***************************.*..*.********:
P J Human Gold FlnUllLoefcot *. 7 the year 1903: the window. will convince you'Mr .
M, ,*//J JKWEtKKS I/J SII/VKKSMITHS! Miss Kate Stewart, W. M. -- =

i i KNORAVED FREE. 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville :Fla. i F. A. Morgan, ;W. P. W. II. McFarland returned to :et: L. :e ::O &:, :eeO.
.. F. A. Morgan, Aasociate,M. Tltusville, yesterday from his hunting .. .. ,
.**************************************************** Mr.: B. R. Wilson, Secretary. ,
trip of several days at the Haulover.Mrs. -DEALERS .

rat r -- BRADY Mrs.Mrs. J.J. Kline M. Dixon Treasurer., Conductress .' A. Cllppenger, of Weetover, GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS :

{i 3:1. L. JlIOrx.vv' MISS ENTERTAINS.2 Miss Catherine hams, Associate Con''' Md., Is a recent arrival at the bembler We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for STAPES FERTILIZERS, '
/ Miss Jessie Sanders, Ruth.Ada. Cottage, Tlt nllIe. Mr. Cllppenger Is We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conaum.: '
Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble,
The Ladles Aid Society, of the M. E. Grain and all Groceries delivered at I
Carrutbeis.. Martha. also here. ere. Write ns for prices on your station.E. .
Mrs. J.
Church. South, Tltusvllle, was moatdelIgbtluUy Esther. L. BRADY & BRO. -. .. .. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Mrs. R. O. dcrlmgeour/ ,
entertained on Wednesday -Mr. and Mrs.T. Donnelly, prominent
Mrs. Geo. M. Robblns, Electa. -
afternoon, by Miss Josephine Brady, at "
the beautiful home of Mrs. Alblne Chas. U. Walton Warder.Jnp. residents of Indlanola, were southbound
Brady, In which Mrs. P. G. Walton was M. Dixon, /Sentinel.: passengers/ Sunday! ,euroutehome;from w. E. GOLDSMITH i
J. R. Walker Marshal.J. .
an able and Invaluable assistant. This a summer spent In the north. ,
was the last meeting In which our Pas L. Carruthers Chaplain. -Dealer In- 1
tor' wife, Mrs. Shoemaker:! would sit I Tbe installation will take place on -Mrs. R. E. Brown, of Jacksonville

as band President, Rev.W of F.the Shoemaker boclety, a. her bus. ,Tuesday.evening, Dee 27 b. who has been enjoying a visit of a week STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND i--j
proposesto or so with her mother, Mrs.L. C. Wright; \'
retire at the present session of tbe TRAIN
; Annual Conference, from active work, WRECK. of Tltusvllle, returned home yesterday.The TITUSVILLE > v -, FLORIDA. :
A and wll! soon leave for some other por four Peckerts and their com
t Lion of the State. It was with regret A wreck occurred on the East Coast i iI
that we had to see Mrs shoemaker re railroad, about 14 miles north of Tlluavllle pany will appear: at! the Opera honse, I '

"'f1It' tire from the chair, and too much ataut 2NO on Tuesday afternoon, Tltusvllle, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday USTna R, Walker
can not be accorded her for the efficient which considerably demoralized the arrival next. Tickets for sale at Penney
Fine Liquors, Wines Beers manner In "which she has presided over and departure of trains going & Brannlng's. --T Dealer In + =
; i Ales, Stout, Etc.dr"8end the Society for the past two years. north and south of Tltusvllle for a couple
The ceml-annual election of officers of days' or so. The passenger train due ; Staple arid: :: FanoyGrooeries.: : ,
J. II. Rosslter
orders! -Mr. the photographer -
: me your being: In order at this meeting, the fol. here from Miami al 1:13: went throughall
y. TITUSVILLE: and. O )CjA, FLORIDA lowing officers were duly elected: President right having passed train 20 at OakD.I11 writes us from Oberlln, O., as follows Fruits: as: :: .d V'egetables.
Mrs A. D. Penney, Vice President ; but the passenger train due at .Tl : I hope to strike the eummerland
MIl!" Josephine Brady, Secretaryand ,tusville 3:12 a. m ,. from Miami to In about a'week. Please change address :E3ay-., G-raiss.: : :: atl.d.: :: :Feed: ,

t t East Coast Heat Market Treasurer, Mrs. S. E. Rice. The retlrlug Jacksonville, left here about 6:30: a. m., of ADVOCATE from this place of snows Your. Patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE -
rt officers were given a vote of thanksfor via the Tltnsvtlle-Sanford branch of the -
the kind and able manner' In. which F. E. C.'lUllway.' The passenger train and bank failures to Rockledge, Fla. FLORIDA.ITUgE.v. .
G. F. DUREN, Agent. administered due Tltusvllle at 10:50/ ---------- ------ ------
fi they had their office forth at : p. m., Tuesday ---T -
-Mr. Dick Rocker
term and after the" usual night arrived here about noon, Wednesday Mime, was a ;
past routine ,
_ rf JSi S3CZ of business had been transacted, and was followed by another southbound passenger on the south 'bound train : .:xEJ: : :I.I: V7RZ'. S3'dxj LE.
P2 C' :>: the Society was most pleasantly enter passenger train about 0 p. m. Tuesday' which was wrecked just north ,
_ E: ',a C3.. tained by a select reading from Mrs. It seems the train was on good time at Tltusvllle.. Mr. Rocker was return- '
; wS r=+ Adhemar Brady, Mrs Brady In an Oak Hill, but when croHsIng a creek a FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES,
Ing from visit to his brother Savannah
c: elocutionist of rare miles that the rails a In.
I merit and the wit few southof town,
bj and humor contained in her selection spread, throwing tbe tender and mail who has been quite sick, but ia ...STABL'ES... 4 1 BUGGIES;
1 i P2_ ,;:::a.. afforded a rich treat to all those present. oar Into'the'\ creek, and doing very IItile improving.
_ j It was with pleasure that we again damage. With' the usual, luck of the BAGGAGETRANSFER SURREYS,
1. 1 welcomed Mrs' Emmn Brown, of Jacksonville above company, nut a person was Injuredout -Mr. Augustus Piton, one of New
;! and Mrs. W. N" !Ilendry, of of all the passengers, which Is a York's famous playwrights, writes the and TURNOUTS of
_. Fort Pierce, us. Both theseladles thing to be thankful for. I
.:. among very ADVOCATE that be will\ leave for Ilobe *
I d eoi were former residents Tltus Up to the time of going to press, the Sound this week. Mr. Pltou HAULING" ETC. ...all kinds..
vllle, and we wish more visitors would jassenger trains have been going and owns a
i ya = attend our meetings, as they add life oom.1 1 n ft' over the Tltusvllle-Sanford beautiful\ winter home and orange groveat a.. ::1\<<. Of t1 cLza.: ,
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and zest to the ooc... on8. After a delightful branch, via Enterprise Junction, but Ilobe Sound, where his family is anxiously TITUSVILLElarear of Robblns' Law OfDceFLOR.IDA.. '
Interchange of ideas and conversation everything will be all right today, Fri- awaiting to (jlve'lilm a glad welcome -
refreshments which day.
proved to .
be a marvel of elegance, was artistically on his arrival from Gotham's ice INDIAN RIVER FACTORY.
r Robbins & Graham Go.Incorporated. served by Miss Brady, who, by her KILLED MANY. DUCKS. and snow .
I kindness and thoughtfulness for her .
.g.-z' -J-Tbe Peckerts are oomID Look TITUSVJLLE; FLA.
guest, added sweetness to each dainty
( .) passed. The entertainment was a rare The exploits of Messrs. Greaves, out for tbe band parade on Monday next s'prepared[ to furnish Ice In any quantity Sacked or loose. Special attention
PAID UP CAPITAL 23000.00 treat to all present, and will ever remain Boomer, O'Connor and McLaln, of St. This company will perform in the Opera paid, sacking for Yachts" or for family use. Fair dealing la my motto.
Augustine, who returned recently, froma T. T.
:! WETMORE. Proprietor.
a bright spot In our memories.PICKERTS. house Titusville
This company owns two-weeks'.' outing near Matanzas, are on Monday, Tuesday
being noised about, ears the Record. and Wednesday evenings, when there I .
te. :Ia: C s.

1 a the Indian. Riser Country; ; On the St. I THE most Tbe of party them having returned been with brought 00 duck down, will\oach be a performance.complete change Secure of programmeat your seats i ':!:' g., ::E7J.\t.tO..b:':: ,
; by Mr. Boomer At fishing Messrs. Ma
J, l Lade KJver; at New River and on EBlsoayne. "'i This Is a company complete with Lain and O'Connor excelled. One day early at the clothing store of Penney & \ and general; repairing of all kinds.
comedy, musio and drama, and is bald Tltusvllle.Mrs. .
Prices to suit the times. to be one of the best shows that has ever they caught more than they could carry Brannlng,
In In their boat. Mr Greaves It seems Leaders, Gutters, Stove Pipe, Etc., made to order. Pipe! Fittings, Etc.
appeared Tltusvllle and our readers Terrlll of New 1
Send for Land List. spent most of his time maneuvering with Hartford, Ct.; ,
a should not miss It. There will be an en ils design and and Mrs. F. II, Wilgbt, of Ver- .
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami;.Fla. tire change of drama and specialties nngle- ; ;yacht later went Mount .
for ducks when his -- Business Promptly Attended To
I every night. The four Plckerts are the naphtha launch non, )T. Y., two prominent young mar- -
reached him. The entire
/ highest; salaried vaudevlllers.. before the party had a ried ladles, arrived In Tltusvllle, Wednesday -
very satisfactory outing. .
EOR SALE. public Tickets; Mr. Greaves-who Is the popular manager evening,."and are stopping with Address or call on GEO. .t. WHITE, Tltusvllle, Fla.
for sale at the store of
Penney. of the Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustinetold their parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross,
&; Urannlng, the noted clothiers Tltusvllle. ,
+ Over 1,000 acres on Indian River, Fla. the, ADVOCATE editor that he will at the Sembler Cottage.: Dr. Ross has .

BUILDING LOTS: WILD LAND, J probably run down to Tltusvllle a little been seriously ill with liver complaint, The Titusvillle Blacksmith
later, and have a shot at the ducks on Shop
1 ORANGE A GRAPE-FRUIT GRAVES, A CARD OF THANKS.My Indian River. lie Is said to be an excellent but we are pleased to note he Is Improv- ,

PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, family joins shot. v tog In health' : much to the delight of his O. B. STEELE Proprietor.
entire me In thankIng wife and daughters.The '
i : -W to tl.OOO PER ACHE- the good people of Tltusville, for All kinds of Blacksmith, Machine and Engine Bcller Work will be done by
t Owing to poor health owner will sell their kind help and great sympathy CULTURE CLUB LIBRARY Washington (Ga.) Reporter ewe: '

any quantity desired, cheap, on easy during tbe late Illness of my son, "Mrs. George McLellan Robbins and experienced workmen. .

( tormsy Rare opportunity for profitable sympathetic William. May heart you and always. find a The Ladles' Progressive; Culture Club youngest son, of Tltusville, Fla., are -Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired. -
_ a helping handin of Tltusvllle Is institution allour A and...
Investment. all your troubles. an which visiting Mrs Habrlel T. Anthony, bicycle, gun ,

JAS. HOLIES M, E.E cotzsn. splendid cltlznn organization should be has proud acoumulated of. This As far as the ADVOCATE editor can learn, onrA.1: : .n.epaLr t: : 'lhop
11.12t Jensen, Fla. Irlrs. Robblna is much pleased with her
a library and
every Monday afternoon will be
operated In connection\ with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
-- WILL ENTERTAIN at 4:30: all members can select a stay In Washington/; where she (Is havinga
book and retain the same for a period ot delllhttutime/ attending receptions -SATISFACTION GUARANTEED- .

William Hindle; The Progressive Culture 'Club will be ed two, and weeds.the fee Honorary for one year members Is only solicit-$1, dinner parties, etc. As an, entertainer, .
entertained on Tuesday afternoon next, bus very few residents', of Washington (Ga.)
I I TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON by t Mrs. A. D. Penney and Miss making It possible! for every man,
Daisy woman and child of reading propensities can beat MrR. Itubbius.Mrs. The Geo. H. Fern.ald Hardware Co.
:WORKER Urady, at the home of tbe latter, in 10 Tltusvllle, to keep '
supplied with the
honor of Miss Brady's sister, Mrs. latest W. E. Goldsmith and 'Mrs. J. ,
books from tbe best authors.
PlumbingPump Work, Pipe Fitting. Frank Woolen, who as Miss Alone We hope all our citizens will avail them. R. Walker went to Jacksonville,Sunday, SAn: : ord: rlorlda.: :
iJ GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE Club.Brady, was a valued member of the elves .of this splindld opportunity to to see their father, Mr. C. J. Swain'who

/jet good books, and at tbe same time, was run over by a trolley car, last week,
I TANKS>' MADE TO ORDER. help, by their contributions, to sustain and but whom AGENTS FOR- j
LADIES GUILD. badly injured, we are
he Il\dlesln adding to their fast .
,1 I Your Patronage Is Solicited., selection of fine literature.STOCKHOLDERS' grow.Ing : pleased> td state Is improving: rapidly. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING MACHINES

'" : COCOA, FfcA. Tbe Ladles Guild, of St. : Gabriels They were accompanied by Mr. W E. ACME HARROWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,
Church, Tltusvllle, was Invited by Mrs.C. loldsinjtu, who, with Mrs. Goldsmith,
: V. Fischer to meet with her at her returned F. W. DEVOE'S ,MIXED PAINTS: ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCE.
Sunday Mr.
night/; leaving
; a pleasant home on Julia street, Frldd -
It 'Hodgson Bros. afternoon. The Guild 'will,-hereafter), The annual meeting of the stockhol Walker to spend the week, at least, be-
until further notice, meet with Mrs. der. of the Walton fore returning.Chas. '
Self-Looking B loo it ::L'\Eaob.I.n..c! : : She>p-9,
: EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Fischer., Co., for the election of a board of directors EL-Walton, editor and propri- .
_, 'I' and a dork for the ensuing year, : ?1umbing: Tits: : an.d.: '
_ Marine Railway. Blacksmith Shop.. and the transaction of such other business etor of tbe EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, TI-
r b General Chandlers. as may legally appear, was held at usvllle, stopped over fro'm' Sunday JWe'ta1: Wort: :-.
Mercbants.and Ship :: We do all kinds of blacksmith and the office of the company 404 Atlantic I morning until this morning, en route .. ,
t\\ ..Special Facilities.. wagon work, also boat building and Avenue, Huston, Mass., on Tuesday, home from Jacksonville. Walton
""j 1 tot Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing repairing. All work guaranteed. Leo 0th. -Mr. Everything in Bonders' Hardware.
ENHIS' &; SON, Tltusvllle Fla.: recently returned from a two monthll'pleasure .

Yachts and Launches. -Mr. Geo. N: Hatch, of Rockledge, trip through t'eVe8t: and, he _.!...- WRITE FOR PRCES-.

i I Mautlon tbe ADVOOATB when. writing. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at who recently bought a place at Fort predicts a big business for St. Augns- .

this office, 'at reasonable rates. Give Christmas, stopped over: here a few tine and other East Coast resorts this

; ; BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. us a share of your work. hours Wednesday, on his. way to tbe easyn; but! the managers should advertise THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

1 ---------,_. -- former place, to pack and ship his furniture !- and thus let strangers know MANUFACTURCBS AND DEALERS JN' -
to his new home which he likes that their hotels are open and ready to
ARE YOU LOOKING.,, very touch. Tb. Rookledge people are receive guests. Mr. Walton, who runs LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL to construct a honse.

': I will be located In Eau Gallia after sorry to lose this estimable family, who he only pink paper In the South was a

July Oth, and be prepared to do all kinds .FOR have spent so many years on Indian guest at the Hotel Magnolia while here.Monday' Brick, Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair Turned Work, Bracket
BUSINESS?? Sash Doors, Blinds. Paint and Glass.
I of work in this line. Write me for 'esti River .. St. Augustine Record. STalls and Hardware Door and Window* Frames. Door Scroll and and Window Cabinet Screens Work.

mates on your work. References If da- Referring to a cousin of Mrs Geo. 11u1'olliAsnlii.. Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes.

P sired. Address, If you are, then ADVERTISE In the M. Robbias, of Tltusville. the !,Mount 'amupa"N "I'fl'uonoei.nv.lo Prices are not always the lowest, but stock is always the Best,

if'- THOS. F. KELLEY, EAST COAST ADVOCATE, one of the moat Airy (N. 0.) Leader says: aa1qwJ1InJ.I '111& '8Jap -Yard. at Titusville Eaa. Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-

Box 232. Eau Guile, Fla. :widely circulated papers In this state Mr. Howard Faddlson, CUd Engineer -Jo U"DI U" 01 aopnau Idwordslur; "- -- --_ --

Your money outlay will be small, but of the U. B. Cutter, Masbate* at egi'lo 1Jed 'Iqi nl| punoj oq 01 '.uq|

..NNNNNNNNNtI your trade will,be materially Increased. Manna, Is expected home In about ten situ) ul l 10O1( l 'ct-oL-dn ttooi put jsajiqt : C. A. DUPONTSHASTINGS

E. Vesey Hall | One of Jacksonville's prominent met days, as he sailed from Manila, on Oct. 8Ae1J I V 'O nol aoajAOoo. m* '
l; | chants recently wrote us r "We Inserted 2\th.\ on a four months leave of absence. lJ18""ar MIU.A.lnH.L.al1. 01 '191.A.; 8UO- LI""VER.V 'Ild SALE: S .r.A.BLES

4 > Georgians, Fla.I J' our ad. In your paper for three months, U has been eight years since Mr Paddl-

tr'i' | Boat Builder. i ; as a trial. It has already done good so son left Mount Airy, having spent several Job Printing.Do FLA.Can .
please Insert the ad. for another running from Seattle ; ,
nine years to Alaska. not forget the fact that at the ADTOCATB
I[ONLY FIRST-CLASS VTO RK. months:" The last he bill been .In the office .Tltusvllle, we do Job- supply anyone on the East Coast with .' .

Write for Estimates. That Is how live, up-to-date merchants Government service, running from ManIla printing of all kinds, neatly) ,cheaply andezpedltioe.iy. 4. HORSES. MULES HARNESS. .

ANON................ Ins speak medium.of the ADVOCATE as an &dve tI.. to.the different Islands la the Pbllllpplnes. .kinds.Billheads, Envelopes. Letterheads Tags, and, Notehe all other ds, and single' or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates.

WRITE HIM at above.address.




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