East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
December 16, 1904
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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TilE LARGE BUICK STOKE. lilitie'a lug Dry Goods and :"'AMONQ THE HOTELS.
; and FOUND :
the too
LOCAL NEWS Clothing Store. -Every thing on move up- ,-
date 'at the Jewelry Store, one look at. -

[And Topics of General Interest. J. R. WALKER A CO., the window will convince you. AT PEI1'NEY Bd RANNING'STheFurnishing Take note of the. new ad. of the Almond
On Monday next we will place on salefifteen
TITUSVILLE. FLA HOURO Fort Pierce our 4th
Store-The only house this on
different styles of Men's and Boy's -Mrs. Id. Johnston who spent the
-Dr. J. 'E. :Miller the dentist arrived We have without question, the larg- side of New York where 3ou.oall find page. This house Is now open and readyto
21othlug all new and up-to-date goods.: summer In Shawsvllle Va., writes us
eat line of HOLIDAY GOODS ever such an up-to date !line of Gents'* Fur receive guests.
here on Monday.Mr. Do not miss seeing these goods as'they that she,Is now In Daytona, where the
howu on Indian River. They were i nishings. When their leaders, .. listed who has been at
Robt. L. Motlow has another are some of the finest ever offered for ADVOCATE follows. Manager S. H. Peck
bought right, and we are ,selling them ale on the East Coast below are mentioned, will convince you, his famous Arlington hotel Petoabr.Icb. : ,
wild cat on exhibition: at his saloon. Cheaper than ever before. No need to -Mrs. D. N. Cone of Benton, and as every well dresser knows what they all the summer Is now at Rook-
Christmas presents of all kinds, to suit ,
,-Mrs. C.'H. DIngel, of Sanford, stopped even look elsewhere we have what you the pocket of everyone.' Do not send daughter, Mrs A. A. Monroe, of this are: ledge, Fla., getting the Plaza In readiness -

over here from Monday until Tues want. away for what you' need but come and place were among the pleasant callersat Stetson Hats, Knox Hats, Manhattan for the coming tourist rush. e

day, on her way to Hastings. CELLULOID GOODS; Handkerchief, this office yesterday. Shirts, E. &. W. Collars, Edwin Clapp
look at .the Immense stock we have on The River View hotel Merrltt Indian
Collar Cut and Trinket Boxes. Shoes and Crossett Shoes
Glove Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins and Mrs.J. .
W. Blakeslee and hand. -
i Mr. and Mrs. C. under of
River. Fla., the management
LEATHER GOODS Medicine Cases Queen Quality Shoes, for the ladles.
; r. II, Judd have left the Sembler Cottage .
Miss Blakeslee, of New Haven Conn., When you buy dollar's worth of Mr. W M. Ualght, Is now open and
Comb and Brush Sets, Music Rolls Fur- The largest line of Clothing In the
are again at Rockledge for the winter. goods at our store, you will get a chance and now keeping house on ready to receive guests, and we want to
etc. etc.FANCY city. Everything thai Is found In an up-
sea, ,
Palm street the : church.
near Episcopal
to win the dress suit case. Do not fall and othersto
the attention of tourists
that there will be a Fall in line with the draw
-Do not forget BOXES): such as Toilet Cass to-date store.
to get a chance at this beautiful Christmas !Mrs. W. T, Harbin of Fort Pierce the ad. 4th Mr. Halgtt
on our
dance In the Opera house, Tltusvllle Manicure Sets, Shaving Sets, Writing hundreds of others and go to the Fashionable
at 8:30 o'clock.Mr. present. who pent several days In town, the has the reputation of running a firsts
this (Friday) evening Desks and Albums. In fact here' you Clothing Store.
JULIUS KLINE, guest of Mrs. A. A, Stewart was. a BHANK class house. Read the ad.
will find anything want. Mechanl- PBNNKY: I'fO.Titultvllle,
Mrs. you
Haddon returned
and R. B.. -
Tltuevllle Fla.
caller at this office the end of
to TUuavlUa, Sunday last from cal Toys, all kinds; Tin Toys, Iron Toys pleasant last week Fla.Mr. Hotel Alcasar St. Augustine under

Mlddleburg, Fla. Mr. Haddon Is book Dolls In endless variety. We doubt If -Miss Mabel Reynolds, the bright the able and popular management hit

keeper at the Indian River State Bank. you could find a better assortment' In the young daughter: of Mrs H. W Reynolds WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYof Wm. H. Hall has been engagedby Jos. P. Greaves, manager of the Oriental

toy sores of the large cities. ; who had been, enjoying a visit with rela- Christmas Goods, and so Cheap Mr. Julius Kline to assist In his store hotel Manhattan Beach N. Y., opened

-Mrs.W. S. Branning bas returned Here yon can also find DRY GOODS, I Ives' in Baltimore, returned hereon Fri. too)" Is what 'everybody says who during the Christmas holidays. for the winter season on Saturday last. .

to her TituavHle home after a pleasantvisit 10 all the season's latest effects and fab day last. \ looks at the show window of the Red f-Mr. P. O. Walton left here, Wednesday Manager Greaves, with his righthandman

with relatives in Jacksonville, rics. Men's Boys and Children's Suits. Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle.Mrs. business Mr. A.S. Loomis, gave all-comers
for Miami
1 !MlddIeburg and other places. in and -Mr. and Mrs L. C., Btannlng have night, upon welcome The Alcazar fa already . Style Workmanship, rented their furnished the F. M. Ton-Ill, of New Hartford, connected with Mr._ Geo. A[. Bobbins'law a hearty
..KINDS OF TOYS GAMES.. ETC.. house at goodly number ofguests.
ALL but down-to-the-mlante In Pi Ice. entertaining a !
C oo.. Is still with her parents Dr. and office.
corner of Main and Palm streets, to '
Red Cross
at the
the children
for Did .
Titnaiille.Mrs. ING'S Juit mention :'ifrs. Baisden of Atlanta Ga., who hasher tfrs. J. B. Ross, at the Sembler Cottage. ; ':"' Mr.. 'r. Blake Walker, of Jacksonvllle. "'
Pharmacy, something, wecan't son and daughter with her. sod the probabilities are, that owing to arrived here, Tuesday, to spendthe Mr, J. D; Price, one of the well-know
Halte and family have returned show you In this line; SHOES I I her Hotel who has
-,- L. W. the Illness of father she will have to with her manager. of Ormond
after visit of SHOES J In this respect we are SPECIALLY FIRE WORKS-OF ALL KINDS AND Christmas holidays parent, In
to Tltusvllle, a remain in Titusville over ChrUtmas.Mr. Prltohard. been at the Mount Pleasant house
STRONG the famous btar Description. A full line of now goodsat Capt. and Mrs James
several months In Virginia and Brook. the White Mountains, during the sum-
Brand, Bannister's, Wei Wright A the Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle.;' Geo. M. Robbins will, In a few LARGE LINE OF STATIONERY
[ lyn, N. Yn much to the pleasure of Mr. pier '' A mer, and for the past two months at
Halle. Watkins, Creigbtons at the top -Mr. Wm. Du'dd. traveling auditor of days leave for Washington, Ga., to join -Appropriate for Christmas Presentsat ,I Uretton Hall, his mammoth apartment
notch of DEPENDABILITY In shoes. its wife and little son, Charles, who .
the F. E. C. In Tltusvllle the Red Cross Pharmacy, house In New York city returned to his
Ry., on
and Mrs: J. V. B. Prince of have been
-Mr.> The Bates shoes for Boys and the Lenox visiting Mrs. G. T. Anthony
Brooklyn N. Y., writes us that they are for' Children have Tuesday and Wednesday, checking Mr. for a few weeks Masters Rufus and -; W... L. Hugblett, of Goods, was home and beautiful orange grove at Or-
no equal. L. C. Brannlng out and Mr.T. F. Howes with Dr. mond last week, accompanied by. his
on their way to Rockledge for the win MILLINERY Galore. MENS HATS Richard Bobbins will remain at home to In town yesterday, consulting
the station this charming wife and son, Master Hubert.
into at place. Rollins In connection with the serious
look the
after house.
ter. In all the latest blocks and shapes.
Mr Allen of N. illness ot Dr. Ross, whom we trust will ,The ad; of the New Rockledge hotel
Harry Brooklyn
CHBISTMAS. AND SOUVENIR FURNITURE, full and complete line. -Keep In mind the drama at the
who has been his soon take a turn for the better. Rock ledge Fla., one of the popularhotels
at at
Y. ,
parents place
CARDS, GARDNERS. We forgot to mention that we have Opera house,Titusville, Rip Van Winkle
also received during the past week a Oak Hill during the past six weeks or so, -Mrs. F. hi. Terrill, of New Hartford, of the East Coast, will be found
who has been Monday evening. December 10, 1004.
Miss Florence Col mar .
weeks' visit with her Carload and a % of fine TRUNKS, the was a passenger 1 on Tuesday's train, on Admission 2.5. 60 and 75cts. Tickets at Conn., still remains at the Sembler Cottage on our 4th page of this Issue. Tbl.le.
enjoying two
a ,
1 ils way to hobs Sound, to look after Tltusvllle with her parents Dr. ion the New Rookledge will\ be managed
301 n. to 401 n. size. You ought to see Penney & Brannlng's.BUCKWHEAT .
sister Mrs. E. E. Rollins left for Welt them. his orange grove. and Mrs. J. B. Ross She expects to by Mr. ,Paul A. Shares, who will run It

Palm Beach on Sunday night GRAHAM, ENTIRE spend Christmas Tltusvllle.Mrs. a, a first-class hotel as heretofore. Mr.
Now, If we have not shown you In the NEW LINE OF' HOLIDAY GOODS
Mr. O. II. Toss who bow been at Wheat and Rye Flour, also MapleSyrup Horace R. Shared, the late manager-aspreviously
foregoing that we are prepared to please ... just received .t the Novelty Store. at Kent, of this place, left here,,
Goldsmith's Tltusvllle. announced In the ADVOCATE
West palm Beach and Miami for some you, call around, and we will endeavorto Books, Pictures, Dolls, Games, Christmas yesterday* for Altoona, Fla., ,on a Visit

time past, stopped over here" from Fri. convince you. Cards. Fancy Dishes, eto. Give -In consequence of the removal of with Mrs. J H. Brant. She: was accompanied columns will manage the Lonccacre

day until Saturday, when be left for his We have a number of extra clerks em us a call. 16-lt 1\(r. L. O, Branning to ,Palm Beach to by Mr. Bunt, who had been In hotel New York city, this winter.

orange grove place at Enterprise. ployed f,*r the Holiday trade, so there take charge of the Florida East Coast Tltusvllle a couple of weeks. Mr. Leland Storry, the genial assistant

FOR CHRISTMAS CANDIES, see the will be no delay -Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Brace and daughter Railway Co.'. station for the winter, Mr.: Tltusvllle manager of that palatial and popular
who the winter One visit to the Jewelry
variety of bulk and package candies Polite and courteous treatment wheth. of Chicago, spent T. F. Howes, of Oak. Hill has been installed hotel, the Breakers, Palm Beach, Fla.,
that I have the
here several ate again In town, Store, will convince you
years ago
at Goldsmith's, Tltusvllle.Rev. er you buy or are just looking. and their old-time friends are giving in his place as agent at Tltusvtlle Best and most Up-To-Date stock In tbls stepped off the train, at Tltusvllle, for a town trade solicited and during Mr. Brannlng's absence Mr. few minutes, on Monday, to .hakehaoda
R. Boss of Brooklyn welcome. Mr. Brace joined line to be found In this part of the
Nelson them a glad '
left Mr.
satisfaction guaranteed., and Mrs. Howes lltusvllle a month with his Tltusvllle friends. terrywas
Saturday Ballard Motlow and McFarlandon state. Prompt attention to all mall or
arrived in Tltusytlle Messrs.
N. T. ,
Thanking you who have been with us or so ago, but their friends are pleasedto on his way to Palm Beach, to g"this
last and preached in St.Gabriels Eplsco. a deer hunt In the woods the end of ders, with a guarantee of satisfaction.G .
during the past years, and soliciting a note they will' again reside here. Mrs hotel In readiness for the opening
Sunday morning He preach last week and returned home, on Monday L. Mand..llIe.1ltunUle. ,
pal church continuation of your valued patronage, I. with ber parents Palatka, which will be on Saturday, Dee 31th.He .
ed at Cocoa in the-evening. Mrs. Boss We are. yours to command Mr. Brace has purchased CaptainP. but will join her husband In a few dayi. Fla. said the weather was very bad when

accompanied her husband to Tltusvllle. Joax R. WALKEB & Co Nelson's floe launch, and yesterday -Mr. T. H. I>Parrott traveling freight be left New York and Philadelphia and

-Mr. M, L. Howard prominent and THE LARGE BRICK STORED; UeHsri. Brace and McFarland left for FURNISHED HOUSE' TO RENT In TI- agent of the F. E. C. By., was In Tltusvllle snow was up to the hubs of the wheels f

well-known resident of Jacksonville, In Tltusvllle Fla. the Ilaulover. tnsviller\ Apply to Geo. M. Bobbins, from Tuesday until Wednesday,, of his carriage when driving to the railway ..

a recent letter to the ADVOCATE, says : -Among the pleasant callers at this TItusville FJa. getting statistics of Interest for his com station. Mr. Sterry Is pleased Ube

"I have had several replies from my ad., -Mr. and Mrs. F,. J. Simmons, prom. office on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MMM MMMia. M Maiaa pany. He will go as far as Palm Beach south again.

and one of them from a little town away residents' of Detroit Mich., were passengers I. Young and son, and Mrs.( F., U. Fine Home for Sale. and Miami. The following hotels and boardinghouses

out In Nebraska, which certainly speaks Tuesday, on their way to Melbou/ne Wright; all of Mount Vernod, N. Y. -Mr. T. Rollins; who resides near are open and ready to reeel,. e

well for the circulation' of the pink for a while. They spent about a weekat Mr. and Mrs. Young and son bad been One of the finest homes In Tltusvllle Raleigh, N. C., arrived here, Wednesday guests, as will be seen by the display

paper." the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze and spending a week or so at RooUledze, and for sale. An Ideal winter home. Only on a few days' visit with his brother ads. on our 4th and 7tb pages

FURNISHED HOUSES BOOMS, were much pleased with that hostelry. were pretty well browned with the sun. one block from the famous Indian River, Dr. E. E. Rolli 0.. Mr. Rollins,, J4oKlloKvrr.LJI.Wlndlor .
FOR details to As usual, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will They left Tuesday morning for Sanford Postoffice, Bank Opera house and stores wbo will spend the winter at Palm Duval hotel.

etc.John, write R.:giving Walker TItusville, Fla. spend several months at Rockledge, to take a trip up the St. Johns river,,en of all kind*. Beach, brought' a fine bird dog with him. Aragon hotel.Westmoreland.
where will as soon as the hotelsare MM. Wright Is In hotel.
they go route.home. staying The lot Is a large corner lot, with the

-Mr. A.. K.. Wilson and family, of open. Tltusvllle with her parents, Dr. and house set well back on the lot, sq as -"Rip Van Winkle" or the "Sleep of New Travelers hotel.

Fort Pierce, arrived In TItusville on -Dr, and Mr. F. H. Houghton, after tfrs. J. B. Ross,expects to leave for home to: afford a large lawn. The lawn Is Twenty Yean" will be presented at the Wolfe'New Wlndle European hotel.hotel.. .

Tuesday, on a visit to his brother Mr. spending several months at their homeIn to-morrow to spend Xmas: Mr.Young beautifully laid out with cement walks, Tttusvllle Opera House, Monday evenIng Hotel DeSoto

Harry wn. )D. Mr. A. K. Wilson was Westervllle 0., returned to Tltusvllle la manager for the renowned tourist ornamental. shrubs, eto. Bearing fruit Deo. 19, JOO', by Mr. Chas King and ST. AUOOSTJMK: .

for four yea'rs a most capable, Iqyal and on Sunday. On Tuesday they left comp.oyof Tbos. Cook A: Son, In New trees. his efficient company of fifteen members. Hotel Magnolia.

enterprising employee of the ADVO- for Palm Beach; and, In the meanwhile, York cStl.LARGER. The house Is In perfect condition has This beautiful legend of the Catskills by HI.Florida George bouse.hotel, '

OATS:, and his friends In Tltus>;ile are the( Doctor Is having his boo.eboat. Den-, ASSORTMENT CHRISTMAS eight large rooms, well arranged, balls Washington Irving, which %was made The Lyoo Building.*

I glad to,sea him again.Christmas. to*,' thoroughly!; overhauled, before he Goods than ever-variety unequalled. bathroom, eto: The house Is plastered famous by Joseph Jefferson, Is a familiar PALATKA. r
throughout and three good flre-places, word In home In the land, and Is
attemps to do :*ny dental work aboard.Dr. PRICES TO SUIT: EVERY ONE. Graham hotel t
.Dance. fixed for coal or wood. of much Interest to old as well as young. .
will SEABHECZC.New :
probably Wheel-Bar-
and Mrs. Houghton Drum, Rocking Horses,
Prefer to sell furnished, but would stllunfurnished. Admission 25, BO and 73 ots. Tickets Clarendon Inn
Titnsvllle Monday. Train.
return to on rows, Dolls, Tea-Sets, Games, ,
The Christmas dance will\ be given ,in Comb and Brush Sets Toilet Sets, It desired.. Best of reasons at Penney A! Branalng's. OOODALL.

. the Opera House, Tltusvllle, Friday Cheap For Cash. Cuff and Colllar Boxes, Rogers' "1347" for lelllng. Address ADDITIONAL, LOCALS will be foundon The Seaside Ion. :.
December 23rd. This promises GEO. W. SCOBIE:, TITUIVILfd:
evening C
and Forks.. our page. The Sembler Cottage.
to be.the swellest of the season. Tltusvllle A 33ft. launch; full cabin and com Tltusrllle, Fla. The Feaster Home.

Orchestra will furnish music. Admission plete equipment; perfect condition, and Just nec lved. MERUITT.:

i |.1.00.Excbange'tor. now In commission. Speed seven mile. For Sale or Charter. Decorative Ferns. Palms. Etc.doting '. River View hoteL Bee ad, on page 4.ROCKLKDOB. .

Address Box 883, A fresh lot of citron radios, currents : <
Round bottom Cabin Launch 32x7Ji) hotel. See 4. +
stock of Plants New Rnckledge page
River Front. Jacksonville Fla. out entire
Inches 1 h. Latbrop my dates, figs and nuts, at
feet, draws 24 % p. !Hit. EAT GALLIC.
lialf Send
at price. for special price
motor speed 0 miles per hour. Good W. E GOLDSMITH'S, Titnsvllle. Hotel Sarno and Cottages. S
Wanted to exchange for water frentpropert7i for Sale. 17-0 A. L: HATCH, Rockledge Fla,
this large stock business and Pony comfortable party boat. For particulars MCLBOUBMB.New :.

of a fine General Hardware, apply to J. E. VnrCBWT: 4 Co., Furnished Cottage, Hotel Carleton.
Glassware '1'1 ; Woodenware sale Sorrell Pony abont 14 Excursion to IJeach. New Brown bouse.
Agateware, 0 ware For a Titnsvllle, Fla. -
Crockery and Stoves. And a foil, and good saddle roar PIEBCK.:
bands'high gentle a or -
stock of all kinds of the ; Highland Park Cottages Eau Gallle,, Almond Boarding House.WEST .
abov.and up-to-date carriage pony, Address, Engine For Sale. The l launch Ripple, will take excursion Indian River, Florida. Four, five and PALM BEACH.:

,This store Is In the center of the vll J. E. FIELD ,parties to the ocean beach and other. seven room cottages all new and nicely The Narcissus-Cottages.

1 Ian of 1,200 inhabitants. Only twelve Indianola, Fls. polnu.; J, E. ViscEJrr & Co., furnished ready for occupancy December
sale made ;
Gasolene for
Engine ,
New York and thirty Yew "
Greater '
miles from Fla
Tltusvtlle Furnished Cottages For Kent,
, miles from New York City HalL Price For Sale or Exchange. by the :Rochester Gas Engine Co.; six 13th Terms reasonable for the sea

ot this stock and business is $..,.000.I horse power jump spark. Includes son. Congenial/ society. Hunting, fishIng -
am a great sufferer from rheumatism -' coll shaft solid wheel and For, Charter. and boaU r. Half boor's sail and At Sarno Hotel and CotUgrs.. Fully j,
.park .
sal trade for smallerone jump
Launch for
. and must go to a warmer climate. If or .; short walk to the Ocean. furnished kitchen, dining room, parlor t
you have a water front on the river in ; 9Jf feet wide, 33 feet long, 9 h. p. reverse clutch., Weight about 2501bs. '- and bed-rooms.

Florida, and want to exchange for a fine Globe gas engine; all la good condition. Price $155.00,cash. Cruising yawl, Trochee. For particulars Tot further particulars write Address J. WATUKS LVB r -
stock and business, make me an offer.Address Address W*. IfexDiucKsoir.103t Can be seen at the store of W. C.Ifewes esquire of the owner, W.U. ROKSCIT, ,
Box 214, Fla. 15-tf Xn O UIe, Fla. Eaa Gallle, Fls.
Oak Hill Fla.. tf Stanley Kltehlng Stuart
Farmlngdale, L. 1., N. Y Jensen, Fla. "

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''Ll>< \ >,. .riJ,<\, To Cire a Cold in One DayTake Opnac GENERAL DIRECTORY. ,
Free and 1
,. .... ,.",... LAXAHVB BKOMO QOISIMK:-, Tablets Cures a cold In 24 hours If you bare 1 1 1J.
If all-tlred-out feeling and U. B. SENATORS.
Accepted Masons" J. 'J l relund the money if It that languid,
l Druggists the matter .P.'rallaferro'
i hardly know what Is you .Jacksonville
r ..7AI!uh v:,: The \Vorkiiig Out falln to cure. E. W. Grove's signatureIn need a tonlo to carry the fever breeding 8. R.Mallory) ..I'.nsaoola l .,
1 f rrr 23o.: Red Cross Pharmacy
;. each boll: Impurities from the system Try ()paao U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.
1t Robert W. Davis.... .,...'..
will make .Pallltka
Indian "v W No. 00 Of Ireland's Wllk'. Startlmir Point. Tablet, a few of them you 8. M. Sparknutn....... .Tanm' .
feel like a new Try them for
1 person. Win. b. .
shows tbe great effect: Montlcello!
|| A story which Pt-Ic.
? f Tltuavill neuralgia, the effect is wonderful.
River + .which apparently trifling thing will U. 8. LAND OFFICE.
an sale Red Cross
Salvation have a person's afterlife 2!>ois. For bj\ Pharmacy. H. S. (Chuhb.............?.Register:
sometimes upon! '
Lodge Florida. W. Kohinson,.KocelvmOlUco. -.
j is told In connection with Wllkle 1'11.] Hole Recorded" .at GaiueavUl.,Florida.
{ Hold. f Its meeting* the a..condaud fourth Fri
I Cayof each month a' their room, Indian River ;. +. By SIR GILBERT PARKER, Novelist.. Historian the painter. The .sad faced young man knocked FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.R. .
Hotel Ttjus 'tile, at T:311..'.,auck p.m. f and Drams 11st' One day. when Sir John Sinclair was timidly at the door of the suburban :. N. Dlmlok Palm Heach..... ... .Senator
T..}A.I. SftMlern Morgan,Senior Worshipful Warden.Muster.V. dining In company with Mr. Wllkle. house nnd''presently It was opened by W. H.. Jones, Tltusvilla.Representatve.!

M.8. Ham*,Junior Warden. ==0 the artist was asked If any particular a woman with a stony eye. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. :
l t J.M. Dixon Treasurer.J. bad led him, to adopt Win.. Jennings; ....Oovet
R. Walker, Secretary. circumstances "I-I beg your pardon. said the sad II. CrawfurU .... .....Secretary of Stay nor
l J.O.: Bunk: Chaplain.! : his profession. faced young man In confusion "I see W V/tfnott' .. .... .... .. '. Treasurer'.lames .
f.M.Taylor Senior Ueaonn. ITHIN TIlE LAST DECADE IN IRELAND "Had father mother or tiny of H. Whltfleld ?. Attorney-Uenenl
your As
R.E. Miinit\ Junior Deacon. | have made a slight mistake. n W. N.Silent...... ....Snpt.Pfd lia Instruction I'
C. H. Walton Benior Steward.A. POLITICS HAS SHOW AN INCLINATIONTO your relations/ ft turn for painting7"inquired matter of tact I have herO! a mow* re H. B. MoLIn.Coniuil"plouer Agriculture.vAlonx .
1' A. Stewart Junior Steward.V. Sir John. "What led you to C, Croom. Comptroller
:. ,Tyler.JT. BE PRACTICAL RELIGION: HAS BECOME. mllrkll.blcYork on 'How to Become i Clifford R. Foster... .. ..Adjutant-General j.
.M. Wooten' ,Marshsl.PI l. follow that art? Beautiful and Keinaln So.: Its price lit i John Hradford...Hurve>ur-i"neral.
t MOIIE TOLERANT, THE QUESTION OF EDU-- "The truth is. Str John,''\replied! Mr. CO cents and-but: I can nee madam i K T E. Kwe,.,.,.. At Tallahassee.'.,Florida.State.", Chemist. f
PI ORDEn)1A8TEnN/ 8TAII.Frlondnblp Wllkle. "you made me n painter. thnt such n work \\ould"e useless to i
? o, Chapter, No. 11,holds Its. meetings!! you; you have the secret already. Per- I
i ..
In the Masnnia. odfte room, TIMlnrlllo on tae ANXIOUSLY GRAPPLED WITH, AND ANEW never had tile pleasure. of meeting you hapa."' however 'there may JL>e anotherof : F. 11.H.Carter Mahry..Arsoctata Jiutlud Jnmiue.
first and third Tueiuliijs In each month at 7-Jm
I p. m. The.following are tbe olHc rsoI. the SENSE OF: TILE INTERDEPENDENCE: ; OF ALL SECTIONS before." your sex:; In thin house to whom the IH.I"'J'aylor.... .... ..v. a i I II
Chapter! ; "No," responded the painter with a priceless book would be of value?" I RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.' j jI
Mrs.:M. A. Borlmgnnur, W. ]M. '\'.') CREEDS, INTERESTS AND PARTIES IN IRELANDIS smile "but when you were drawing up Yes" sold she of the stony eye. I Jelroiwra :H. Browns chairman. Key west ,
IT. A. W. P.
Morgan i R. Hudson Hurr,.Mule
Miss Zamlle ntewart, Associate M. .''. BY WAY OF BEING EVOLVED, the statistical account of Scotland my "there Is.' And she disappeared In a i J. III. Hryan.. .. .. .. .. .... ...KlHHlniiuee.River. )
Mrs H. R. Wilson secretary.t" ? f father who was a clergyman In Fife few moments she returned and wither R. C. Dunn, .Maunmn.
.John Miss Kate M.IMxonT BtewartCoaiductress.: :>ea.nrer. \1"i J';: iMrs. Nevertheless to a detached observer it could not but bo plain had' a good deal of correspondence came a fifty pound bulldog. Heaiiquartem and office at Tallahassee, Kla.

t Mrs..J.J.Kline K. Walker AssonlftM Ruth.Con. ',''.;>" that politics, religion and the various systems of education In their with you( concerning his parish him colored and In The sad eyed young man slid down Minor 8. Johea CIRCUIT,TltnsvIUe COURT..... ...Circuit Judin.

,, Mrs Oeo. W. Acohln, A. HeKira" Orlando. ...Prosecuting Attorney,
J.L.-rftrnitliorn!", Martha. f. respectwo influences upon the people had missed to a large extent drawing of a soldier In the uniform of and flew he heard the Spring Term-Fourth Monday In March
training he
Mrs.Oeo. M. Kohblnx, Km.her.: C".m-Fourth
l Fall Monday in October.BItEVARDCOLIV'rYC6URT. I
t'''I V Din F. A.Mnrgau Marshal 4'l the effect upon character which it was their national office to produce. your Highland Fenclble regiment."I voice of the stony faced woman: "This : I

l) MlRS:\!. H.Aleph Walton.MlrnsElecta.lf. Warder; SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT WAS PALPABLY was so delighted with drawing thin picture and l Is the only one In this house your A. D.Penney,......... ... County Jmttre'' :
:Mr*.T. T. Wetmorir, Sentinel. that I was constantly book's good to. Next time you D. L. Oaulden,.Ptosacuting: Attorney .
to'I I ri J. It Carruthers, Chaiilaln REQUIRED, not to act independently of other forces, but to con- trying to color copies of It. and It was come talk to her nnd don't try any of A. A.Spring Stewart Term-Scononag. .. ... .,... ... In County May.' Clerk;

and them and it in the convictionthat In this way to the best of my belief, your flattery on hie." Mummer T..m-Seuond Monday In August
supplement was deep
thai my transformation Into atpalnter Fall Terra Second Monrlay la Novenuxjr.<
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the Irish character only needed the right appeal in order. to was gradually eITe<'tcod." Job Printing.: Winter COUNTY Term-Second SCHOOL Monday BOARD.R. in.February.

put forth a great recuperative vitality that some fifteen years ago E. Mime, Superintendent.......Bonaventnro.
.. the act Member i ,1. M. Dixon chairman Tltusvllle
Opaac Do not forgot that at the ADVOCATE ;
9 Sir Horace Plunkett launched hia movement of organized self help office Titusvllle, we do job R.N.Andrew, Cocoa; J. E >ulti,8pruceblulT.COUNTY .
Iesc J 1 Cures a cold In 2t hours. Coughs,bronchitis COMMISSIONERS.!!
) a IN THEluwom i t ,JS 1L i entitled the Irish Agricultural Organization society. catarrh, la grippe, neuralgia/: anti printing; of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and .J. R. Walker chairman Tltusvllle; John R.
i headache, together with all peeverUhconditions ox expeditious! Letterheads, Notebeacla, Mlot, Indlnnola; R. A. Conkllng Tllluian; John
r r rI ., MMi S That society has grown until it now embraces over 8,000 branches, of the System. They gently Billheads, Envelopes, Tugs, and all other O.sessions Jones,are Quay held; J.ant F. Hell Monday, White in each City.moutu.Regular

and nearly half a million persona ; its co-operative creameries, dairies, open the bowel witbout griping act on kinds. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.

I t $ the liver, tune up the system and canoe : A. D.Penney Tltnsvllle;. ..... ..County Judge.
poultry societies, agricultural banks and home industries societies colds fevers, and headache to disappear At the tie.-... 1). L. Onulden Tltuullh;.. ... .Pro Att y.
?i Y like rrmelo.: They do not cause ringing: ; 'A. A. Stewart Tltusvlllo... .. ...County Clerk.
have all the With tho assistance and
spread over island. admirable Bishop Polk, ilfU'rw\ rd (Ieuel'al 1 Pal ; J. F. Wooten, Cocoa.Tax AsneawirK.
r In the head. Price 25ots. For sale by W. Hull.Tltusvllle.. .... ...Tax (Al. :
of tivu! 'ionwho t leatot
cue ( v.-eiir e
'mtCvrar stimulus of the Gaelic league IT HAS TOUCHED TIlE SECRET lied Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle, Fla. was John Henry', Tltu.vlll. .Treasurer.
r seal of authority spun; their brows, On R. K. Mime, Ronaventure. Pub. lust.
vf p CHORD OF IRISH NATIONALITY, STRENGTHENED THE Knlier'a Wedding Gift to his Bon, one of his episcopal: ( visitations 'he J. O. Fries Titusvllle.CountySurveyor; .
11 J.P.Brown TituBvllle. ..... ........ ...Sheriff.
BACKBONE AND INCREASED THE l>PROSPERITY O'F Emperor William of Germany has Informed stopped tor the night at a country Inn. I W. S.!< Norwood Tltruville.Repietrat.onOfficer.
the crown prince and his betrothed when his host at once addressed him TITUS VIIXK!: TOWN COUNCIL.E. .
THE,, IRISH PEASANT ; it is inculcating thrift, responsibilityand the Duchess Cecilia that he as general. E> Rollins.! tnaynr>Van Worley uianbal and

W\// ? businesslike habits ; it is founding libraries, reviving the rural Intends presenting them with the picturesque "No.: my friend.." said Polk "You arE'mIAhikt'l1. John tax collector Henry, :tax R. R.assessor Pyle*,I clerk.J. R.and Walker treasurer F. A.;

.. country neat' of Babelsberg I am not a soldier." Morgan; J. L. Carrutbers. W. S. Hrannlng and
arts and handicrafts and bringing back to the countryside something
Jt. B. Prttohnrd, councilman Tbe council meets
future then? hazarded the innkeep
near Potsdam, as their, summer "Judge Bret Tuesday' In each month.
_. .. .. of, the old Irish joyousness jf its success and Sir Horace Pluiikett's residence says tbe Berlin correspond er. TlTUSVILLK BOARD OF TRADE.G. .

SOME GIANT FISHES, determination led to the recess committee ahd the creation of ,the ent of the Ixinilon Standard.: In this "That is not the title Riven me by M. Robbing,president; .'. )1(. Dixon 'treas
.J. CK Meet second Wednesday
r Charming:; castle the late Empress Frederick (hose who know me.'replled Polk beginning urer Baat secretary.
nlicht in each month at; their rooms.
i, Poor Kind) of Bhnrko Which '.t.... new government department agriculture and technical instruction, spent many hnppy hour Indeed to be amused

In. the Front Ilauk For .1... and by mitigating the asperities of politics it fostered that spirit of her late majesty: furnished the rooms "Bishop then?" .-
Of the numerous kinds of shark In Its upper tory In imitation of thoseat "Itlght"Agid| .'olk, l laughing. The -..A
noteworthy on account of their size moderation and compromise that alone made the land act possible. Balmoral. Various alterations are "Well, I knew you were at the head mom careful farmer '

I there tire four la the trout ruuk.: Those 1 WHAT IS THE SECRET, OF ITS SUCCESS? IT WILL BE FOUNDTO already being mode In the castle Including of your profession( whatever It was. r*.ndC.rdener..ery..b.replace confidence !la; Ferry''
tbe addition of wing. said the Innkeeper.Don't '
are the sleeper shark, the man eater LIE IN ITS HAPPY CONJUNCTION OF ECONOMIC FACT AND NATIONAL a new fall.

lit t bark, the banking shark ind( tbe.whaUhark. SENTIMENT. containing a dining hall capable of !
for Neglect Your Kidneys RY
eating 100 guests and stabling

r' The form the new ;movement should take wa from its beginning sixty horses.' The whole Is to be.ready Or they will soon undermine your heath. IF<
rl The ,sleeper shark, whose scientific for use In loon. Those backaches, swollen feet, spots be- I
name (Somulosus mlcrocpphalba mean- prescribed} by that characteristic) of the Irish people which ho was fore your eyes and! especially the general SEEDS

tag! sleepy small bended l Dull) fits It so the first not merely to appreciate, but to utilize-their clannishness. has Stood the Test 2ft Years. worn out fueling\ In the morning, are sure been the standardfor4ayeare. .
admirably to bare developed signs: of kidney trouble. InlnK'.llnchlllWafera They' are not;
old aa experimenttlold
appears original 'OitoVK's Tasteless
Tho have the associative then said Sir Horace / cleanse the blood build the .
for Irish{ qualities ; up by all dealer IttOft Seed
Chill know
1U body at the expense of Its Drain, Toulo. You .what you are shrunken walls of tbe kidneys removing Amuoal frta for tbtl'B8lQP.
it In a Blutfglab, stupid glutton about Plunkett in effect, let them associate. The Irish problem is primarilyan taking.! It Is Irort and) ulnlne In..a taste- tbe "au tie and the pain with It., Hold atCOcts 0. M. FERRY ft CO.,

1 six tlmen-aa Jong aa the avenge wan. agricultural problem then let them associate in agriculture-the less form.Cross No cure no pay tjOct at theRe a box by Ked Cross Pharmacy V"':" Detroit.' Mich. ..
Ita home Is lu the'iirctlc regions, but It ; Pharmacy. Tltusvllle; Fla.. '

sometimes makes visits us.far south anMaaaachuHctts sphere of all others, as Italy, Denmark and, indeed, most European;: -, -- -= -AI==-- -

Oregon and the British countries have shown, where the co-operative principle ia of peculiar
u 1 Isles. It la usually seen lying quietly

at the surface, apparently dozing, and value.

d I la easily.approached by venseln, but Such was the central idea of the reformer's policyprofoundin
sometimes when hungry It rouse Itself
its practical sitnplicity and above all in i its' consonance with the I I '
d and goes In search: of Its prey fiercely! .

attacking nnd Injuring whales, uppur- inherited traditions of the people. Once let this idea fill the national] .
t ently, In unconscious their respective of the sizes great difference mind and TIlE CENTER OF IRISH INTERESTS IS INSEN'.SIBLY I

: .
One of the largest and perhaps the SHIFTED FROM WESTMINSTER: 1 TO IRELAND; : r \< t \,
''r'' moat formidable of sharks Is the "man I t tI ,
for the self help movement opens up outside of religion and politics .
eater, or great blue shark! (Carcbaro- : \
'' don cnrcbnrlus). It roams through all a sphere of action where the country may exercise a new, inde- I .::>.'',

temperate and tropical *eaa and Is pendence. I ,'
everywhere dreaded Its maximum .
1II length la forty feet, and Its teeth are It is an effort to expand the sentiment of nationality outside the '., ,, ;,, -'

d 't three Inches long. While there are few domain of party controversies, a conscious attempt of the Irish ,to I"
tktl authentic records of sharks attacking ,I",f. i .'r
human beings there have undoubtedlybeen develop a civilization of their own. & t, :t '! .

many cases of sharks simply It places, literally as well as figuratively, the recreation bf Ireland; 'h "" '. "
t wallowing people who have fallen overboard .'
in Irish hands. sectional and divisions r.V. :.
Overriding religious political
Just as they would 'swallow I' '
other food. How It would it makes for in the solution of in which all Irishmenwill .
I r" any easy unity problems :r This Is the anti-friction roller bearing I used in all the ,,
'\: i be for a man eater to devour a person in time realizo that they have a common interest. Constructive, ,., Walton Blocks, which U. pronounced the finest In the world. "' ".
from the of '
may be Judged finding a *" k...
I whole hundred pound sea lion) In the human and patriotic, it is the happiest omen which this generationhas '1\ ., / \V'A I

i stomach of a thirty foot shark, on the witnessed of an Ireland that all true unionists desire, an Ireland '' .
I California coast A certain man eater' 1
I thirty-six and a bait feet long had responsible and enterprising, occupied less with the abstractions and r NEW INVENTION. :

1' Jaws twenty Inches wide Inside and more with tho humdrum realities of existence. :fr .
teeth two and n half Inches long. 1 .
_ +y' The basking shark known also as IN SHORT WE DESIRE A PROSPEROUS! BUT NONETHE LESSA .

Il I; the elephant shark and bone shark DISTINCTIVELY IRISH IRELAND.. Recently Patented all ;OYer they!orl&- .
r (Cetorblmis nta.xlmus), la an Inhabitant i "

ii of the polar seas, but in occasionallyobserved I
a aa far south aa Virginia and

I : California and some years; ago was DR. TH A CHER'S The Walton .
not rare on the Knjfllsh and yew England e

conRt"It reaches: maximum 1 Liver and Blood !'
length of fifty feet and is exCt'INin &&&$& r!}# .. f ; .
Self-Locking Tackle Block;
;, size by only throfe or four animals l now \\Conslipalwn 8OZ Syrup.

,i alive: 1'1'014with\ small teeth It

feeds on flakes and floating crustaceans! : CURES BY REMOYIN8 THE CAUSEA This load-bdlding block!Is made fa varans

and la not of a ferocious disposition. It shapes and sizes, of WOOD, IRON
1 Is dangerous only because of Its great / / THREE-FOLD KEMEDY tor.// //_*. to ban -
bulk and whpn' attacked powerfultall UO..,,.....,... Aft*tea<*. LNIaa4er_ u.d i ... and BRONZE. Will work equally well t

:t cattily demolishes small boats. Tile Purifies the Blood. with rope, chain (11'',wire rope.'r'r/ tr

i :1( basking tthark was formerly hunted on .. 'Will work at any bight upside down, '

'J the coasts of Norway and Ireland for I Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and horizontally, or 'at any angle, and will
Its oil. It was nisi sought on 'the I success for 53 years because they know just what it contains. atop and look at any point. i'
boron of Man! nchuaetta In the early The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock, _
M part of the last century and many of Dandelion Sarsaparilla, Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium. Invaluable for every; kind of business
I these sharks from twenty-five to thlr- Any doctor or druggist;; win tell ;YOU that this is a scientific and reliable where block Is needed, frequently savIng
\. combination of great merit for alt diseases having their origin in the Liver
( the labor of
The one man or more.
ty-eight feet long were recorded.
Kidneys or Blood. After years of experience and patient experiment, Dr.
It liver of a large: specimen sometimes Thacher so perfected the process of manufacture, that it never fails to bring Nothing like It for banging or stretchIng -
\ ;ylelJ twelve barrels of oil. the expected relief when taken according to directions. wlre .
The largest of nil fishes the largestof Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate- ,I
I all cold "lomItanimal" and the ful letters of thanks. 8p...r, MISSISSIPPI.Oct. IT twa. I, ail x14 Address all communications to'tho'
::1 largest of all existing: animals, except: I have luflcrrd great))with. indigestion,constipation, else a ""ueU"r trouble
with low of ppetltt.! Could not rest well at night; in fact.badnoenergytow >rk or e".'n 1 Walton Block Co. ;
a few kinds of whales la the whale walk around. I fell lik. 1 waa packin a heavy load and. ...."f"auo.C'.t.I until X Self-Locking '
I shark (Rhlncodou typlcus! ), originally, took Dr. Thachcr't Liver.nd Blood Syrup which helped me. : do_. 1 1 I f i ( q i t
When I had taken one and one-half bottle I felt like a diaercut m.n.end knew that (Incorporated.) H
\ I. discovered nt the Cape of Good Hope, it was due entirely to your medicine.. I nied In all three bottles,...d c." ,der myself i l I li i' 1 I
'J r t but pow known In Japan India South perfectly refreshed cured.pnariiU At in this the time morning--my appetite la good I sleep,V well T.UbPm.u, and f., ttrongand 0 r Office and Wareroom, 4O1 Atlantic Ave. I 4

t. America, Panama. California and else- If y_ "_<. tattle and "DtIo.2'I'A. Near :Kowe's Wharf, Elevated Station. + ''r 6
: Where, a ftpeeimen having recently been ; ..... 1I..UIa "- "." (;(M. ttl_. W..*<*&*..* V."rn, VTHcvcher <.
ebtalned In Florida. This shark Is ca'o.r _p."" We k....waail wtlistdo..41.11 dropgaia. 60 recta and 111..00. BOSTON, MASS.

f aid to attain a length of seventy feet Medicine Co.. CHBvttt r ooea. Tenn.
II' 1 I, { Sample Blocks be f I '
t': ( ,, can seen nt the AD-
and Is known to exceed fifty tect..St.L 1 ,
a 'f 4' I Ilru, '
r ? VOCATK office TitusTillcjand! at the store I ; tl e I'
1lchoI48.I" ------- ----- -- -
of S. B. lIubbard & Co. Jacksonville-
L SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE 'ADVOCATE. Call and see these blocks. working.' .





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ProfoHsional Oards. out bla hands tragically "I have-all 1 j.nUIruut\ Wafers I :, "\

except about the pUt box-and that I'm 'Y''Y k
The'Ieattouic cathartic: an InMu. t
going to tell now.

'y- EO. MJ BOBBINS ns( Negotiable "Alec" protested Jack: desperately, able cur'ai-for malaria blllou i>eH .rff(>uHtlp Radiant
.U -'lvtttiKn !i"H, oixturrh
"you're really going too far-you've no Klomitthi fHk H rtnil ., Beauty
( > skin
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR G h. oily K.l"ep!<' '
Runt right""That's- ness, wlD
AT.LAVT. where your Wens of right bowel t", b100 Warms 25ot. Ki>raleby Hancock' Liquid Sulphur. The value ofuJpbu1'

Will practice In State and United States By Otbo J3. 6cnqaCCI'flght. have differ from mine." said Alec coolly. "1 Ree\\JCrottH 1'haimacy, Tltusllle. In the toilet his been known for centuries )
my Instructions from 'ne- but much of iU value was lost until

Court. gotiable h'aunt' herself, and I Intend to OVEn FIN 1'1JOU.JA: D F WAL- the discovery of

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. 1904 by Otho! O. Bcnga carry them out. You nee," he continued ton's Kapld Calking Tools now In use

\ turning to the Interested little bf bo"% owners In the United Stales. ,Hancock'sLiquid v

OAULBEN, Alec Bruce turned around slowly on group "I've called frequently on the Price *.l,<0 nod $ .1I11( > encU, a; the Anvop..t. iNcocK's

D. the piano stool and raved the five nflrls, old lady and she has taken n great .Till:(It'ftO&. Tit unllle| Nla.IJ3 .
j fancy to me as the friend of ber dear J Sulphur
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1'robubly you girls are not aware OLD) NRWSPAPK1W:
Jack. I.Hst night she gave me thin : For tale)
of It, but our friend Jack: has been
Will practice la aH the Courts of the State little box and asked me to give It to the <:'liuHprat. this office. asx 0 stns sot only doer It produce s akin tmaoth. and

ot Florida, and the United States Court. adapted"Jack ... .. volt.sulk, but Hi air at t hair bath wilt cure .
lady of Jack's choice with the
t Ilawartlen'a honest face cloud young --:- --- -- -- -- -- -- --- all rule. tlUeaici. promote new frowlh olhtatthy

l.U Hot,W. TITU9V1LLJ1\\, FLA.T requiMt that she make use of it lufnrnlskMg >otlce.fflllK hair and atrvnitlhen( Ihr coloring matter
r tr !. the halt.aa In check and avoid premature
ed."Don't Alec!" he protested. I a Love -- t pile Ante Buy ll.MOTMik's ..quid *.!.

J. WEBS, "Jack" said Alec He took from his vest pocket n tiny, .nIeDIThR< LEOATKES! AND D14J lit Ui Suu'ttUt pbnr al any rclUbla drill iron
JT. solemnly, "we are I trlbutoes ..t I) W. Muiinni,cwcwuitiil" end
flat box of tin, hardly more than an (Utin'i CniUit CimlitJa. Hancock's Liquid Sulphur OintmentFreparcit
bidden not to( hide our'UgbtlDller a all PvniiMiii having any olaliu. or OaiuHiulaeolnut
A ATTORNEY T-LA W bushel. V6u're bide Inch square, and held It out on the hi* e.t>t t.. HT. hentlif nutltlwl itiui rqulrcil A Mess currnuaaea.M a, r.. ..pael.II.lor Burns Scalds Open
trying to yours palm of bla band. It was scaled by 10 "prvmint this an'ne to the tmil..rliiieilmliiilnlHtrittrlx ,...+a.etrwuaLr.MrM Sores Chafed ftrlt. Saw. Surface Haul'
Will practice in the Courts uf the 7th !lu a pill box and I shall tell the girls of salil ilerocU-ni wltlilu the lime Aw..wrs. 8..5.5. 1115R.ushne"ofGceandtLnJiandall'C\
Circuit. Taxes: paid for non-resldenU the whole story." baTing n thin strip of paper pasted 1'-urlbt\J by l law,or else.. the same. will bulMrrud.AMY. w__ +'" + Skis' Ulaeaaei.WriM .
and over the Joining of the box and Its A MOMtOK .raM,.rn-* .U. for rnsi iHxjk on na* of Puthhtir!ITIMM
rents and accounts. collected. "I came to see Mrs. Orny" Haiti Jack i As Auminl.tmtrlx;of Ester ww caaMiiMMM. r_>.5 itaM* Ik1A Killot" ana. aa it our fur a U> I u,.i

TITUS VILLK, .. FLORIDA rising. "I will find ber upstairs, I. cover. of. U. W. Monroe.TUiisvlllo a-r"w 5.e.
think." "I supoose It never occurred to the ) ...1... Oatob.rlO Him."tel"H ws.c..cwee. HANCOCK
.eves ,.
big i- .n o.r.
old lady that a great hulking
PENNEY As be passed Bruce he whispered SULPHUn .
A.D. fiercely, "Kor heaven's sake Alec keep leather bend," lingering lovingly over Siile.UNDRK Ife..: ';=':".c.. LIQUID
the words, "like Jack bud not daredto --,. 5 a Itlmore.. Md.
that thing to yourself!f' -
tell the )lady"No -
Alec stalled and nodded, but as soon young ANn IIY VIltTIK OP A FINAL
TrrusntLB, FLORIDA. ns Jack bad disappeared be continued one spoke. Hawarden snt In horrified In fnrvolnmiro, "...tto..lln. the t Iroul .,.
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ajuutt, fur tno "" Judicial' Clr-
Will practice I'D all the courts of the .7th seriously. ..It.. a thing you ought to silence Filially Clyde t"ula..r'r..l.' .., I i>ml for nrrvardtnurnty, In a r"OlEY51IDNEYCURE'
broke out earnestly, "It's a will, of tiaustt therein tUiiwn-liiiK, wliitrvlil( Very K. N. ure.h.I.U..Jr.J.'Ai.t.Alt: :
and I'm
Judicial Cltoutt. know girls determined you Outran tut Mxamitnxof the. mutt of. sad .
o shall. Jack la too modest-au unusual course leaving Mr, Hawarden a fine .*.Iegstee! l under tint will i f t stun A.1).grenw .asop.theooudhsadh..lsluasds( (S'aIesKidneys end Bladder Right ;

estate In England nnd" UnooUMiil. U ooniplulnsut. sml Kate M. Ituwson, .... .
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A. FROST, trait in an Englishman be added Hawnrden pulled himself together e. al., are lei',,",.nis, I... 10 i,>v..liil Master lu '
G. thoughtfully. Chancerywill Mill at imlillu saleInfrrstorthe .
"Forget thnt you're Scotch and let'sbaTe and came to Bruce'a side, trying to C,."n House door at rt.usvlll| *, KI..rliUlmtwm. >u TF YOU ''.A.N.T'' A...
ATTOBNRY-AT-LAW, the I IlIIIal bouts of sale, to the lilrii| ...t sad lust _.. .
the story I" cried the girl who emtlea bidder for cash.oil the tad day of J.nunrv A..I). --- -- -,
Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th wrote storlex. "There's no one to leave me an estate im ft, tl>. taiue. beinu the Hint, "'nncu.)' In said .

Judicial... Circuit. "Sure. I'll begin right In tbe middle Miss Clyde. I really haven't a month calved... reel and I .aegel.s..ti! ..,.". .<.a..'day...1 In the the I..IIII..IIIIC iHinnty nf lti use.... S
relative In the world and my parents van), State, of FlnritU. or si> imirli. thereof. a* Lotta
TITUS VILLK, FLORIDA. so, as to reach the denouement sooner. were poor people. I think the old will satisfy said. dmirae and units, tu-witi ; i .Building
Our Jack In In love"Laughing 'i
lady l la not In her right mind. I fancy All Loma *.n.llI. of ftefltlun 3d. In Township at, ,
exclamations ot IncredulIJ: outh Hung! 31t .fcjuit, except ten acre tit the
OTEPHKX!: E..'Elt, that what Alec calls a box Is really a soutli aids of feiilii. low. lienttirf'ire miv-il. hy l ,

ty from the listening girls. sort of tin locket and probably contains the imrtlH* ..r the tint BnnUirn.. JUIIPM liyilenil rtfH. ''n with ..i tn.IIJso| || | READY yon OCCUPANCY
revortleil twl }Iuuk .' MT,
ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpohurohiBullding "lie Is-honest. 'Ilia soul !Is tunedto s ui
sweet accord with peerless strains a portrait of her lost nephew." toe lilt |ire.aril county, Florltla' ,cuutalulog tt :,, "! ;/ LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,' ,'

) lIe panned<< as if to gather courageto anrea.A '
of "T- .1'0! 3,of Bnutlon 14. Towiinhlp 3], Smith i| : PINKAPPI.K' PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
FLA. "Never mind his soul" Interrupted go on, land his face poled. Rant al)East, uont..fnliic| Vt suns, : ', ,

"I'm sorry, you know," be said slowly Aim, "n the Range. line 91.TA .We probably have for sale just what you are seeking
Kathleen: ogain. "Tell us the story. .
ohau.northof..mthwntonrner of mo'lnn 1
XT 8. BUR.VUAM: M. D. ''Thl Isn't a wild Irish story Miss "that Alec has tol.l tbe story but 1'flwn..I.lp. iu. tooth Kimiie >,set, at the laud l Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If yon an
,. there is only one truthful way for me In.uf K It LaHfmhM.then ||ii Wrat lii.lHi: / .nlmln
Clyde" be returned, with an air of to finish It." assure or !I" ". to the Iiiulan River, thenoe run looking this way, drop a line to
Impatience. "This la the story of a North long| tint hank of Mild Kl-er its '.....1. to
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, He took the box from Brace's band he 'ami line of land trmerl1, owned l by W. R.Bunder .
slow moving and a particularly slow *. Ihmiee taut lo Atlnmlo Leeon.:. : 47alnA JAS. E. INGRAHAM era Vloe.Pre.ident,
Ear, Nose and Throat. speaking Englishman. lie hasn't told and panned It to Miss Stuart Baying ( more. or loin, H4>iith..rly atonic lb.cumin -
only I "Will you open the box" llwtali to MMd. It. iLaltiwhK'a line, being FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
WEST. PALM BBACR, FLORIDA. bill love<<*. because the young lady la Her ,beautiful filled with tears, opposite| to the pdnto/rnumenoecteot.thence.
earning a fine salary and Is seemingly eyes West alonic mlil line X4.IMI olmlnn to"t.of IH* ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA0 .
and with trembling hands she tried ginning.lwingpartifLotsuectbu I:*. Town.hlplM. .
IIOUGUTOVS' happy in' her work, and bill position to break tile seal fence Gray banded .. Mo.uh. Kauwa.lT i..lsadof I.ot Sand ___ ___.. ..._,.._ .___ _._ ._.. __._ -__ .._.. _...._ _______ ___ ._____ ______
DR. was far from( satlefactory.\ But the 4. Section T.TowniirilpSII, Hou'lt HniiK 4 i .
her a palette knife, and as the cover containing: till acre more or Iws, ; h--all
DENTAL bIEN'ri first of the year be was promoted, flew off they all crowded' around. riparian rluhu,
FLOATING APAR with a generous Increime. He was JOHN HENRY: Florida Oranges and Grapefruit
"It's stampr'crletl
a postage
on the "Dentos" screwing up his courage" (here Alec Kathleen Indignantly. "The horrid D.' L.Ur.nlilen, BoerliU Muter In Clwnoerv.

paused( and made a strenuous Imita- Attorney for Complainant, 16-A
Now ON TUB; INDIAN RIVER. old woman t I'd like to throw It
tion of a using a screwdriver)
"when be received a message from 8her1l[ /1 Sale.
Miss Stuart dropped the box and
The Most Cow.
Largest and the .Immigration authorities that -
ran from the room, and It any one no-
mote Establishment South. changed all his plan" If ticed' that Ilawarden followed her no UNDER lanneil ANI out ItY, VIHTL'B of the Circuit OP. AN Court tCXKCIT.!: forHrcTanl : :JM1: :. C1ax1: y
The wily story teller stopped as
one was silly enough to speak of it o >u ty In .a caun tlmreln, Il mil-
HACKER the narration were complete. Jog, wherein II. H. Holmen, liler, la 110
GEO. S. & SON aa "Olve me that stamp. Kathleen: lift and J. 1*. Sets; was ins dvreuilunt.I I hateIstied
"Do I" cried some one Impa-
go on quick!" commanded Minn Fairlie. "Tbe nimii. and. will .mil at|>ulillo outcry to the
tiently. "That surely Isn't tbe end?" ilgheat) Had "beat htdilf for. old lady's mind Is all right. she add ,
Court MmiM at Tliuanllle, .
"What could the Immigration au- ( r" Member of tbe National League of Commission Merchants of the United States.
ed after n careful examination "andso hour' of 11 a III.Situ II i>. 111. the flint
thorities want of Mr. Hawarden?" exclaimed 11101111., In January. A. l>. IwiA, Ih. followlnirInitorllxHl
another. is. ber gift. This la a four cent blue reel elute, nltnteil., lu the County olirevanl SteLcDs .and Quotations Cheerfully Furnished
: :Mauritius of the Issue of 1847 and In and state of r'lurKU,tit-wit i irlr
After much urging Alec continued: ..t,The tract., lour and one-h..lf(dy4)srr.sdestsuedIniMok"L" ) .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ,
----- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- -- --- --- --
worth at I least $7.000. The 'ncgotlabla
"When went to tile Immigration of 1_. a, at v"II" :50,
Jack aunt' hail made Jack an easily negotiated trevard County Ht-nonlft. the Miirtll. Iliw being
r office he found a clean decent lookingold H.Titvlialna, and I IB f>et South ol the, line Ixit-<-"n P. :R-uhlman & Co.
I } r Englishwoman; who fell upon his gift"Hawarden Lots thrawaml. four of Atta\o :ilM, Township V4 '
beard the joyous exclamations Mouth, lunge an hunt, and twmir strip into feet
neck and called him ber dear nephewand Fnlrlie's in wliltli,extending: ,runt the. Indian Rli .r to
that followed Miss 201 Washington St. 1 t :EW VOKK
announced to the olHcers that he the Woatlineof Lot Kotir anil bounilyil North }
announcement and come In, holding by land now or rurmerty. of .1..1'l l ', and South OS Murray Street. J N..Y.Oranges .
was the living Image of her dear dead by land now or formerly. of J U. low..ll.Hetninil. .
and embarrass
Mlnw Stuart blushing
brother Jock: Now Jack butm't a HV All that |pars or the Hniithwent. quarter | .
ed. by the hand. of the MoutliwfiHt 'Iu"ru.r of Heotlon 2X,
Ing' relative and never had an aunt, "Are Miss Faults?" be Township. "Month, IWllt(..fie Rest, l lying Hun III
.and be tried to explain this to tbe old you sure of the laud of Ltiiii. cluyton. Pineapplesand
MANUFACTURERS OF asked anxiously. Third. *ouitnuntMi at Lb. Northwest corner of
lady and to the officers. Hut she would the lour'anrluoe11.11aers |parcel l uf land first ,
have none of* It, and the officers told "Perfectly sure. she answered with III..,........,.......1. and run went along the "South
Doors Sash, Blinds.., the confidence born of knowledge. /line of "ull..J.IIIIIUh.w"tu. tae Ills ht of-Way
him very gruffly that If he didn't In- "One was sold a few weeks ago hi or the .f.. K. C. R,. t o.i tliMiira H,,,,,...a8t"1'I'I.' Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
tend to his aunt to so at along said Itlnht) oi-wny to the North
Moulding & Building Material" support say London for $7.2,(0." 0. l.oweli'\ land., now owned hv Air*. Marsh II,
once, for In that case the woman would "Er-I thought", be stammered. "U Hinltht tuenoe K..' to the HouihwvNt oortier of represent. several of the largest shipper. In your titate, and with to representiron
have to be /She broke downat the ant'. theooe north to the .
Office alt Waierotfms. deported.
oppo..teCann9n Is only right, that our friends here ,. ...,.of beginning.rourth allo. Give. its a trial shipment. Established 80 years.
Street.Charleston ibis and cried In the moat pitiful should be the first to know that Edithan oil that part of the !Northw m( qnar

way and-well, It ended in Jack's taking tar of the Houthwunt. ijimrtor ..C Bmitlou W, -- -- -- .- -. .- '. .._- .. -.-.- - ..--.. ... .
S. C. <) I are engaged. Township. :24 Ulltl., IUni"a 3H Kit., whirl'! lire
her away with him. lIe has a "Two souls with but a single: South ofor '..n.l..r K C Mir room for ber In the house where he's ot the Powifll or Hinltb land and West of the
stamp quoth Alec, with mock solemnity Right-of-way of.the ".tIC 4J. Ity.l'o. I
Sash WeightsCord a. I hIs best make
boarding ami Is doing to
but theunfeeling/ remark wan 19-S Jolt J'. BROWN, Sheriff.I .
her, comfortable. lIe spends most of M. Lane & Son
lost In a niiowet of good wishes end -- -
---- --
Hardware. his evenings with ber, and the old congratulations. ___ I ,

creature In as happy as can be." tS-

Window and Fancy GipASSPFOIALTY. ". "Jack' a brick!1" exclaimed Kath- 'r. :
leen excitedly.

"It la certainly very noble of him," We niter One Hundred Dollars Reward I

said the editor ,warmly. for any CAM, nf Catarrh that cannot be Southern Fruit and Produce t ta

"Can't he find the real nephew asked cured by IInU'n. Onturrh Cure.F. .
J. C'HBWKT & ('o PropK.. Toledo, O. E'I
the artist W. tie undersign.ri( have known )'. J, a

"No. lIe has anti visited every has Hawarden knowledge ybeney for the last 13 years, and believe ii! r Ooxo..xo.:: :: oo1on ::b.I.tezohan: : ts.
the a
In city, none any lira pHifecfly honorable In all business.

of the old Indy.. He bus/ found transactions and financially ante to ''

the record of the death of a John Ha carry out any ohllifftilons'' made b? their I 141 i r FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

warden who caste from England twenty firm. WKHT: TRUAX. Wholesale. Drue ; >> O

years ago and who died shortly after sruts., To'edo, O WALDIXO KISWAW AIIA "" .erft $tenoti.. Card and quotations f urnl }irf f>n spplloatlnn.

it vis, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo U. J
his arrival.was' undoubtedly the real Hall'J Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, E24! 'I ., -
"Tbat ( )
acting directly upon the blood and mu -
violin. fOtmU01iEYMZI
said the 1E'OlEY5nOIttXAND"L\R
t girl
nephew TAR
CHUN surfaces nf the nystetn. Pi Ice 73ots

: Wine of Cardui "An old person does not realize the per bottle Hold by all druggists. Test ;;;:; oz E1iJ Cures Cold I Prevents Pnetonnr. '.. fortbUdrmmi umf.. aw*. JT. .,!.*..

change tbero would be In a young nnnlals free. .. ,.. .---. -..-.-- .. ...
--- --- ---'---'--- --- -- -- -- --- -- -----'
man. She would expect her nephew Hall's Family Pills\ are the bent. :a 'Ii.r..A..L .

Cured Her. to look: as he did when he left England C\ej roe -.: .; i AJ'V'CO.A.TIIJ:: : .TOZ3 Ol1'pxom:
1'lIe Two and almost any big blond ( lQ
m llonl man l)r. I'.lunt holt a OUR PRICES ARE niorrr ,
I 213 South Prior Street young Englishman correspondto 'II

the picture she baa carried In her' habit of tying exactly whnt bethinks . _.,.._.... .._ .. '
-- -- -
| OA. Much 21 1003. 1 --- '--- ---- ----- -- ----"
ATLANTA, and In n manner nil bin own UJ ---- -

Jt suffered for four months with I memory"What all does then Jack years.Intend to doT" asked i "Yon tnlk too much womnnT he si eg'Is : o :a: .As., S :E3r.., "crlive <5c 0 O. ,

extreme nervousness and las.itu.le. once remarked to the wife of a patient 1i '
Miss Kalrlle. air fli. w. hey ..., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
I had ,a linking feeling in my "Olve tile man n ilmmcr"What !
I she
'"Take care: of her a* long os
: stomach which medicine seemedto T' shrieked the lady.
no Me tnlk
llres. It cnn't be so very long poor ..
relieve and losing appetiteI I nit a mouse "H\ the h .r
my soul and she hasn't a cent Jack says "Why. I'm ns quiet :
became weak and lost my vital- Providence has sent him on aunt and day long. Yo'i cnn ask any of tbe en FuvLTs.uJAfw .

ity. In three weeks I lost fourteen neighbors on' they'll\ every one tell $
he shall do his duty by ber. She admitted jJ /
I pounds of flesh and felt that I most I you what a""Mattens WroltI
day or two ago that perhapsshe
find speed relief to regain my t might not be his real aunt but she have ranched this point <.I row
health. heard Wine of I the doctor
Having course madam Interrupted! ; "your
his 'negotiable b'aunt. Of
Cardui praised by several of my ] was the old lady hasn't the slightest husband baa two chances e Q i 'Qf
friends I sent for bottle and poor an' "- / _
a was i Idea ot tile meaning of 'negotiable..* but "Two chances, ydti say,
certainly very pleaaed with the 1 1results. "He may die"-
clr'Um8tantbe abe ]
Within three day my I under tbe way "Of course he may cUe aa I was say- f ,
herself to Jackrwlladmit
has transferred > 12grs 6
appetite returned and my stomach I It's 111"'. upstairs now In' to Mrs."And ."- Kt:1 QT ,
troubled me no more. I could I funny. .. you may ,madsM-tbAt' bU
digest my food without difficultyand I asking Mm. Gray to go to see the old real chance! blurted the doctor aa be o i r'd =

diminished.the nervousness Nature performedher gradually lady.He turned abruptly to the music >as."' l oat and banged tbe door after j '<

ilm.- Mall.Uric
bad remained silent.
I teacher
functions without difficultyand
and "What do you think of Jack's quixot: Acid and Gravel dJ A r
I am once more a. happy {
| well wouu*. tern Miss Stuart r Are caused by tbe kidneys being unable f t t t. c

OLIVE JOSEPH, "I-I think Mr. Hawirden' Is doing to properly filter lb. Imparities from tbe ii -

XMM.Allaotm ruday....C3aAk I right she said softly, "only beougbt" blood. Irving' Ba ba Wafers are tbe [8 t" I
'- She stopped with flushed only sore remedy for this condition; they Ii : _

| Secure a Dollar Bottle of | cbeek and shining eye, for Jack Hs- ...._ the kidneys from all worn-on N .., ?

Wane Cardui warden stood in the doorway. material, build up the shrunken wall of J _

% Today. "Alec," be cried reproachfully, turning be kidney and prevent the formationof JII
the Veto Acid field SOctn a box by ,
: to bla." friend returned"you've Bruce toier"Jack spreading! Red Cross Pharmacy TttnsvllU, I Alfenta. for tbe Pabut Hrewlng Co. .








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li tl' '', fcAST,, COAST ADVOCTK. DECEMBRB 14, 1904.
.i k .'1" .' ,

: ) ,I r r'W' 1 JAMES.: FBITCHABJD- President: WM. M. BBOWW' Pioe Preeldent-.

leg ll -
ChrIstmas. Is close at h'andi'nd+jlK\' s Gbod Health" INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
t AWBBKLY jouaaAL DEVOTED TO rm* Daya4il everybody should be generous at
I'' orrnaxr o* TEa INDIAN arras, Io.l..a this season of the year, both !inspirit ,
+ 1.. WOBTH A D BISOATVB BAT IBOnOMS. and in purse, and contribute COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

Something to the general good Authorized capital $1OOCOOPaid
cheer. Do something to make tbe to the C up capital, $26,000

I ', CBABLBS H. WAI/TO, Editor A Pnblhber.i world better, and tbose' in it happy. Average deposits, $200,000
!i Remember there are many J people u i "

IKr In wrJtlnK! to the ADvocATE for Inform.' who have little of this world's Transacts a General Banking
Uon oi. wiy kind,the writer will obllxa byanoloMBK good., and suffer often in silence. ehildren ..
a stamped-addreiiMd envelope. Cheer them up with kind words : 'Business,
and friendly gifts, and make them "

L 41 v Addrsss all |lEAST oommnnlcatiOD COAST ADVOCATE to believe they are not aa friendlessand Largestand Oldest Bank on the Rifer

,l'' TlTv.'fJU..I'LOJUD4.; as much neglected as they imagine. 9 'i ;: Exchange bought/ and sold on all Foreign
-- T -, -- Sympathy and cheer ,will ; Children especially are fond of dainties, iuw Countries. I J
1 than, simple ...--
do, some more good
U. 8. Department of Agriculture presents. This ia the season ,of and : the housekeeper must look carefullyto M *Patronage treatment,appreciated.and every favor Prompt consistent service with, oollt con.orvativa ". 1
t Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. .
tbe year to contribute to tbe banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS :
I / world1 happiness, and all have a their food. :
F statement PhoenIx National Bank. N. T..Empire. Ttttut
Tbe following is a comparative
duty, self imposed, to perform. r c N. Y., Atlanta: National
week of ending temperature Tuesday and, Deo.rainfall 13 for 1004.the Contribute what you can from As good ,cake can be made only with vu """ Jacksonville..Jacksonville, :Do-. Hank of ,

; means to save fellowmen ".r TUS- "'ILLE FDA.:
-1004.1903- your your ,
DAT. MAX. MIN. MAX", Hilt.'v from perhaps despair, wreck good eggs, so also a cake that is' healthful -
7 72 68 60 47 and ruin. It should be labor of !

8 0 717ft 70 62 62 71 71 60 G4 love of all to make someone a bap. as well as dainty must be raised witha ,JE; [(,Successor:JO: 4c::to>DobbinUros.I3BINS9:: ) : I

10 68! 70 44\ py. Can't you think of some one f
11 '1a( 02 CO 46 who is in distress, who is in want, pure and perfect baking powder. G'tTN.1L11d.: XiOCXmo.S11: :: 1CITE.: :: I
1 12 76 6U 73 04 and who has no one to apply to Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Supplies. ,
Powder is \
for assistance that can help, Royal Baking indispensablein
the' week .00 you
Total rainfall for : and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
Departure from normal rainfall for tie and make them as well aa yourself 224 Main tot. Jacksonville. }'la..SOU'THERN ''I
i week: minus .03 laches. Departure happy by such good work? the preparation of the highest qualityof I
from normal rainfall since January 1, Every instinct lying at the

,l' plus 0.07 RAX.Inches.P. UABDIK. Observer. source that of man's there moral be a time nature in the requires food: It imparts that peculiar lightness THE FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.i

-- brief hours and flavor noticed in the
year when for a few sweetness .
l Do NOT forget to clean up your self be when the .
may forgotten, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
1 yard and sidewalk. It greatly heart may turn tender and the finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts,. etc., ,
adds to the, of soften friends
appearance your coarse passions 4' .
property. may be drawn more closely' and and what is more important, renders the Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
enemies forgiven, peace may descend .....
I us and tbe glad soul food wholesome and agreeable to
DID you ever eee such big stocks upon young Offices foot ot ITogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
in the Titnifille revel naked in the glorious benediction '
of Christmas
,j goods I "
c* fflfh' stores before? Watch the of tbe yuletide glow. and old; i, J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
.d. of the up-to-date merchants -------
1 who are advertising in the ADVO CHRISTMAS GIFTS. The Oldest! Established Grain and Seed House in toe State.
CATE, and buy from them the CHRISTMAS IS NEAR; presents that will please servants. It
things you need. CM Cr la Mailing Them. can't be done. Give them the money;

In View of the great rush bf b'uslnea) Boy From There Merchant Who. Ads: and let them boy, *hat they choose.wouldn't It :tr.l.: -a-- ::SO-u.rS: &. CO.
will always be something you .
l for the holidays the postal authorities .
Are In the ADVOCATE.The
THE Indian River State Bank, have thought; of In a million years.
be assisted and the service
of TltusTille, has been sending cap Improved greatly by compliance with tbe fol. Christmas rush Is on, end the Don't give grandma an illuminated GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
out some very pretty calenders for. lowing rules: merchants and clerks, of Tltusville, arp copy of leliglous devotions treating of e :
I until the latter end of Old people
now kept busy from early morn man.
the year 1905. One of them hangson Have, but your without package sealing wrapped In stout securely late at night. The windows of the don't really enjoy being,: reminded that Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers !
the wall of our editorial .room These packages are thrown merchants are'especlally attractive this they haven't long to Jive. She would
The Red Cross Pharmacy baye paper.together In canvas sacks; the sacks year, and show many new novelties.As i lots rather have a box of fine candy or a ar, rum:,, MG. 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !
also sent oat some neat-looking are piled on top' of each other and Is, and has been the custom in Tltnsvtlle I frivolous bit of jewelry. .
t& ; calendars. your package may be subjected to great for many year., the ladles are DonU, If you are a wife, give your Catalogue. Free. Warehouse on tracks 'of 8. A.-LR'y. and A. C. L.Ry.Muffle's .
ai weight and crashed, or when tbe sack Is doing most of the buying. husband a pesent and leave him tor ,
emptied they may be torn. Midnight on Christmas eve In generally ; pay the bill. /
Interesting time In the various Don't, If ate a married man, attempt *
Is :you
demoralization See that package accurately
AFTER the defeat and weighed, in your order.that the full amountof households h." '1'1&u..11Ie and other townsin to surprise your wife by picking .Jacks Fancy Fruit Store
' ''Y4 of the Democratic party in postage required mitT be affixed in Brevard county. The little ones are her out a new hat or dress. Give her ,
1872, some friends, assembled in tamps. Unless fully prepaid It will\ not wrapped In sweet umbers of their! Innocence the 'check and let her buy it herself
the office of Allen G. Thurman, leave the ofllce. Hundreds of packageslast and then is the time for the fill- There are some men who are Judges of: x WHOLESALE and RETAIL-
t' Christmas either ing of the stockings. women's clothes just as there are some
about In their discouragement were delayed or
were agreed reached their destination being Tbe merchants who advertised' In the women who could be trusted to pick outa "
that the party might never short paid. Recollect that postage by ADVOCATE: are doing an Immense bus) box of- cigars, but these are cases of yB.. Ferguson Proprietor
t as well disband. Mr. Thurman, la rated by ounces. Scales that do not ness this Christmas and on every side Individual genius that are too Infrequent "
"4F blowing blast into his red ban. weigh ounces will\ not give correct there are evidences of prosperity. to form a pn:cedent. No 16 Julia, treet.
will be Regarding: the buying of gifts It Don't give cut glass to thee Inpeounloua. -
danna and 'thundered weight; Ample arrangements
arose : ,
made the for should be said that no specific directions Many a family has been starlet
"Gentlemen, this is too small a at postoftlce correctly SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ASSORTED BOX BASKET
N welghingjrour; packages.; can be given for buying Christmas on a disastrous career of extravaganceby AND
$' i room in which to. kill Jhe Democratic Write your full address, giving street presents, but here are a few dont's that out glass-olive dish. Shipments to any place In the United States at any time.
party." and number on the upper eft-hand corner -i. will be well for the Christmas shopper Don't give etchings tbe old roasters
of your preceded by the to bear In mind. to people with lithograph taste. .. .
_-- word "from.package this case, if It I. Don't forget that children prefer Don't give books to' the illiterate, and
I I ORANGES wrongly; addressed or short paid, you quanlty to quality and will be more when you do give books don't waste
are being shipped
pleased with a dozen cheap things than your money on expensive Illustrated
will be card and
, Immediately by &
M rapidly from Tltusvlllo and neighborhood can correct your error without delav. with Qne expensive: one. editions of things that nobody wants to MeMurray Baker
et ''I( and many of the grovesare Otherwise the addressee will be notifiedto Don't wear yourself out trying (o find read.KOCKLKDGK.. ,

entirely denuded of oranges.It send the short postage. i'
-- - -- -
Is now estimated that the present All printed matter, except newspapersand East Bay Street, Jacksonville, :Florida! ,
periodicals, duly entered, and Inclu-
i I crop of oranges may reach ingjengravlngs, photographs, etc., are -Makers and Jobbers of-

.' ,'.r ,'I 2,000,000 boxes, and 200,000 boxes I third-class and require one cent postage
of grape fruit. The. crop of grape. for every two ounces, or fraction thereof. Vehicles Harness and
fruit last season was almost 60,000 Newspapers, etc., regularly entered as New Rockledge Hotel Carriage Wagon Material,,
second-clas matter, require one cent
boxes. The fruit industry
grape every four ounces or fraction thereof. II ,,
f Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
I is being overdone. With a favor. Merchandise requires one cent for each 'r .
able winter, next season's crop of ounce, or fraction thereof. Packages First-Class Repairing and
Painting Etc. Etc.
l I oranges and grape fruit will reach are limited to four pounds In weight. ROCKLEDGE, INDIAN RiyER] .
4,000,000 boxes in Florida. Any writing ia these packages subjects -i -
br them to first-class'; postage, and x :: : :TiaIDM: :E1EEI. 41h.: .
renders the party liable to .a fine. These :J3'U'Y Your .
packages are Inspected before leaving '
ADVICE TO MERCHANTS. the office and should be so tied as to be FINE
easily examined. Orchestra, Casino, Bowling ,Alleys, Etc. DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

I In view of the fact that the express: from a house that has been in business over thirty years,
You cannot do much business P, A. SHARES, Proprietor, e
service and mall facilities\ were both
and has always had the
reputation for LOW PRICES
r without advertising your local crowded to the utmost last year, gift.givers .
paper. There must be enthusiasm are advised to send their presents DIEItIUTT.Z on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured.
: in business and there must be belief as soon as possible, to thus avoid a con "
that your business is what-It gestion In the few days preceding Christmis. Hess c& Slager

'. should be. The who makes _________ ,
man River View Hotel MERRITT, FLORIDA.
the best showing In hid own mind Fight Will Be KIttor.. 11 and 13 Main St.* DIAMOND WATCHES &'JEWELRY.
will be able to cpnvlnce others, Those who will persist In closing their Situated on High Ground overlooking the INDIAN RIVER. Surroundedby J. A\; S. W. and A.. C. L. WATCU INSPECTOR.
The man who has convinced himself ears against the continual recommendation Orange trees and a PINE FOREST. Highest, Healthiest, Dryest Spot In 330 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

will be able to convince others, of Dr. King's New Discovery for Florida. Electric Light Baths, Sulphur Swimming Pool, Fishing, Boatingand
because of his confidence that Consumption' will have a long;and bitter .
own more Game than any place In the State. Booklet. 3. .113.13i. It3 'Iaa cIf ; -- : r
with their troubles if not ended
his store and stock of fight IIAIGIIT
goods are I earlier by fatal termination. Read what W. M. Proprietor.
right. It Is the best Judgment of T. R. Beall, of Boat!, Mans., has to say: ---- ) .- -;--- 7 S :mDS rror-L _'M.j.
,I a business man that makes his "Last fall my wife bad every symptom of FORT 1'IEKOC. oo 1
' success possible. If he did not consumption. She took Dr. King's New
Judge wisely the things which Discovery after everything else had failed Turnips-and Ruta Bagas. ll
are ImproVemedt came at once and four bot- Almond Boarding House .FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. I.i Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. i iU
necessary to buy (in the first place, tles entirely cured her. Guaranteed by ,, ( \
t and the way to place the good qual; tbe Red Cross pharmacy. 1'rloe COcta First-class board at reasonable rates, can be secured at the Almond Private I.I U Cabbage-beat varieties for Florida. Beans. *
11 itv of- the- good things before- the- and (I. Trial bottles free. Boarding: House Only oue block from depot. A, nice place for people of I Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph. I
f t possible buyer i In the second, no moderate means.. Favorite Boarding House of Fort Pierce.J. I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc. }
I 5":'I one could be made to believe in Tax Statement.Tax D.. ALMOND. I '

5J: them. The pushing of the store Is -- .- -.. -. -- .- ". r',, L. O M :rt.ON". SOOc1sJXLa.n.: : : I

i i what makes confidence In that statement for the month of 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.WE .
J store. The enthusiasm of the merchant Nov, 1004.{) For taxes assessed and C. A.. DUPONT'SLIVIJIt.Y '
levied for the year 1004, aa per Section .
t" makes the people see the 33, Chapter 4113,-Laws of Florida. :J u cD 3. mm: u JI--r.I-_ t

t t good of what he has to offer. Cot In No'Ole..ret to .' --
tl The of the at the head IWH. be Cord. : midHASTINGS
energy man Co.Rev.-OenS'uud.., ... IM&.M SU.Mn.nv :: .. FLAB
b 1(' of the establishment gives to each School Fun.l\ liUJl: I4M5WKooduxl ": EVERY
) %
fridge Fun lotUH BJixi.MFln M"
employe a feeling of interest in .and Forfeiture fund 9.tTBprc. T16.7tl Can supply anyone on the East Coast with .
;.,' the place. It is important to start : Road Fund 1>1..No.5 S,W 4,243.99
Tai School.. l>ist.No. I. 1T.73: 1,941111II ?. HORSES, MULES, HARNESS. TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
P the enthusiasm now while the season to" N ,. MOT 5132M:
F:' is young, and to keep it going "" "N U N to MM"C... 10.M M 3.03U4T 1,87493 and single or double Baggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates. "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida Crops.

until the success of the year is : Polls(School Fund)...... 3.00 1.103.00.: I WRITE HIM at above address "FLORIDA ORANGES.-A book of special Interest to Orange Growers.

I II'; assured. The man who can do Total....,.:..,....... ti solve. SM.M4.3ii-: ,....--- "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES.-Booklet, on "Soil, Varieties Cultivation
these and lCea.IIeaI.J) RTJW: RT. and Fertilization."
things can keep the en. Clerkggf
11'1'i thusiasm going will have the bene- By O.A.BMwtrt.'urnlshed. Circuit Coart Hodges &. O'EZara "IRISH POTATOES."-Booklet on "Soil, Seed,Planting and'Cultivation,Ef

-M; fit. The other man must take fect of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping.'0

il what he can get, and a non-ad Ilooms. ,: (.Manufacturers and DealersJIn... "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER special Interest to Pineapple Grower,
:1:: vertiser I is behind the times. '' "IDEAL 1I"ERTILIZERS.-Book showing all our different Brands, Analy,i<>

I, I If you want the people to buy Two Furnished-Booms for Boa CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE' LUMBER. Price eta
rent suitable New revised editions
your goods, let them know what for Dresstd and of the above just published, sent free for tbe asking'
light No bed
; you have for sale in the ADVOCATE housekeeping. or Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Shingles, eta WILSON & TOOMER COMPANY
i columns. table linen. Good location Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Writ*as for prices delivered FERTILIZER
I tf "M. P.," ADVOCATE:,TItnsvllle. to any-part. of the State. Address- : Hodges & O'Hara,Buffalo Bluff/ ,Fla. JACKSONVILLE.' PLORIDA.'/+ f

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, .EAST COAST NE-WS./ : i.. County Surveyor Fries has been 'In S., Coats" 'went";#-to-Brnntley on bust\. w i: :BJEit: <:>S._

town the past few days ', .
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1 ''I Mr. and lira. C. T. MoCarty were MIIs! J.oull. j'owe Rod her friend i(, Corner Bay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE.FLA.

i pleasant visitors In town, Tuesday.The Mrs. KIdd spent Thursday with Mrs. \
Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our Regular .. Rev. VanSlokle held service, M. 0. Salmon,, ,':' "' WHOLESALE GROCERS

x Corps of East Coast.Corre pondents. 'i morning; and evening, la the Methodist Mr. and Mrs(,P. J. RosMter arrtyed .
1 .. Church, last Sunday. here on )(onday, :Mr. Rosolter is our

I ..........................NNN..NNNNNN..N4Melbourne. .. Mr. and Mrs. Watts, of Caznnovla, N popular photographer. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Local

I II Y.. arrived, last Friday, to spend the Mr. and Mrs.,Zimmerman\ of Adams' .
The club has gained considerably In winter with their son, r. P. Cobb. We O., arrtyed here) this week, and will!
I wish them a pleaaant visit. winter with
members this season. G. F. Paddlson la spend the their friend, Mrs Agents for Indian River & Lake Worth Pineapple Association.
i. President; Mrs. C. W. McNabb, Vice- Mr. and Mrs. A. K.Wilson and dau h. Joseph Neikirk.

,- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, president.; Mrs II. U. Hodgson' Treasurer .- ter, Doris, left, Ti!day, for Titusvllle. George Smith, Jr., of Milford Point, Send us your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling perishable. cannot'

the pink paper of the East Coast will be ; Harry Christian, Secretary Their many friend will miss them very Conn., who' Is one of the heirs of the be equaled In this market .

received at the. Melbourne Post office.BICKAKD All bands and the conk are utilizedto much, and hope they may return at an Smith orange grove, in hero fora few
complete the tine residence of Oapt. early date. days on buaIlD sl. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
W. GOODS.-Keal Estate Notary McNabb on the bluff the harbor. Mrs.\ Tompkies left to ,
Public one Conveyancer. Agent for Anna over Wednesday, for It looks us as If all the fertilize:
Liverpool and Iximlonund Glob*,and HartfordFire This is one of the finest and most complete Tampa, to spend Xmas with her daugh agents In the country had come In a -

Insurance Companies. .Special attention residences our growing town.A ter. We are glad to learn that Mr. body to worry us, and, n' they claim, to
-paid to the Interests of non. resident -flue view of Indian River Is obtained' Tompkies bas been returnad' to this instruct us In tile mysteries of raising an THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
section for another ..
HOTEL 'Ji'ELLEVUE-Melbunrne. Florida. A from the second story window of Dr. I :year orange grove. I't.j ,

healtbywlnterreeortonhigh Indian Klver. Rates, :pine ft and lam upwardper overlooklna Hodgson's new consulting; rooms, on the Rev. Milledge Walker. of Melbourne\ R. E. Geiger has shipped! eleven oars Are now iclllug SewIng Machines ON E.VST PAYMENTS.-'*?
Ha?. Special rates per week or lIeMc>n. corner of Young and Houston His.: The held services, last Sunday, both morning of oranges and grapefruit this a.alloo. -- ---- .
Write for rates to Mwlnm E. M. Campbell, building shows up well from the river. and evening In St. Andrews church. from the Garvey grove. Tbe entire SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS,
Manager R. W. Campbell,Proprietor. The school children "are being drilled : Large congregations,.: were in attendanceto crop on the grove is estimated at ten
for the Christmas listen to his most Interesting sermons. thousand boxes
Mrs Sarah Brush, of Osage Ia., Is a be exercises which will Out* Direct Representative I Is at your service: ; ,
held on the evening of Christmas The steam launch Cherokee with a Miss Annie Mae Gideon daughter of
at the Hotel Carleton. card and be will call
pleasant us
guest Drop on
I Day, in St.Paula Methodist church, at party of the East Coast Canal Co'of- Mrs. J. S. COUCH, of Rockledgo, Fla., was you.
C. T. McBride Is rapidly Improving 7:30 p. m. A tree will be one of the folds and other prominent Floridians married In Chattanooga Term. Nov SEWING. MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED.: From 10 to 20 per rent discount
In health, and we trust he will soon be attractions. aboard, met with a serious accident, last 20th, to Charles A. Asplnwall, of Macon allowed for old machines. All'makea of Machines Repaired.

well, Sunday off Taylor's creek, by striking? Ga., by the Rev. K, G. McLean, pastor Needles, Belts, Etc., for All Kinds of Machines. .
which was a remnant of the old of Cumberland I
snag .church. Mr.
Asp nwallI.
W. :21. Budd, of the F. E. O. R. R, was evolution .Imminent.
a pleasant guest, at the Brown House beacon, which the gale broke off under U a well-known young business man of DO' NOT' USE POOR OIL-!;"'For use on sowing machines, writ- ...
last week. A lure sign of approaching revolt and the water last fall, and made It very I Macon. Mrs. Asplnwall, who has spent ing'maohlnos. bicycles and all purposes ; a flue lubricant, the
serious trouble In your system Is nervousness dangerous for pausing 'bqats. The I the summer and autumn In Tennessee, best is cheapest In the end. Genuine SINGER OIL con only be obtained -
:Mr M. A. Cottrell, of Melbourne sleeplessness or stomach upxet. launch sank Immediately, but promptaid 'I' Is now making a short visit to her Singer/ stores
Beach was pleasant a visitor In town the Electric Bitters will quickly dismember was rendered by the. neighbors. mother, previous to settling In her now 0'
past vreek.Mr the troublesome causes. It never falls r home at the. Brown house, Macon. ADDRESS
to tone the stomach, regulate the THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO
kidneysand M -MI--MM. *MMM M,
:: and Mrs. F. B.: Simmons, of Detroit bowels, stimulate the liver and clari- A Thousand Dollar's Worth of ,
...:Mlob.., arrived at the New Carle- fy the blood. Run down systems benefit Good. Don't be Imposed upon by taking substitutes \ COCOA, .. FLORIDA.

ton hotel, Tuesday evening. particularly. andean the. usual ottered for Foley's Honey and -- -_. __ _. IC
Mrs. Willis of Erie. Pa. of aches vanish under its. A. U. Thurnea, a well known coal ope- Tar. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.Indianola. ,1
sister Miss searching; and > :;
Orgno.s": :
thorough effectiveness. rator of Buffalo, 0., writes. :"I have been i\ ; ;
Eton, bas gone to Jensen to spend sometime Electric Bitters .
with her daughter, Mrs.\ Dr. Floyd. Is only 50cts, and that. Is returned If It afflicted with kidney and bladder troublefor Repaired-made to !sound like now. Price $3. Drop us A card when 'oub.vII
don't give years, passing; gravel or atones with .
perfect satisfaction.
I Mr. Sohockney and family, Indiana, by Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvlllo.Guaranteed excruciating; pain. I'got no relief from work for us to do Address J. M. M. BROCK COCOA, FLA.v, ,: :

are late arrivals. This charming family medicine until I began/ taking Foley's .. .
-- -- ----
will occupy the Brown cottage on New Kidney Cure, then."reault was sur Curtis ndrlx'la putting on an addition l- '
Haven Ave. Melbourne Beach. prising. A few doses started the brick of a room to his house. :
dust like floe stones and now I have no
Mrs. Laura Adams, mother of our Mrs. pain across my kidneys and I feel like a Mr. Roebllng;, daugliter-la-law and To Orange Growers !

Leon .Adams, arrived from California Mrs. IIenly, with friends who are new man. It has don me a$1,000() worthof grand son nnlved last Saturday, from
and Michigan last week, and to Hcranton, Pa., and are snugly: settled
; expects spending the winter with her, mid the good. Sold by Red Cross Phai'macy. ,
spend some time in Melbourne.Mr. for their second winter. In the "Birds .
Doctor, came over In, the Ida May on Nest." .

and Mrs. Hole, of Indltnapolls, Monday, and spent the day on the ocean Rockledge. Yon need protection In case of fire for :your I
beach. Able Illldreth is waiting for the lumber '
Ind., are among the late arrivals at the
to arrive when be aIM
New Carleton. These charming; people Miss Grace Cumlngs and family have two room. to his house expents, and raise the Crnte.MnIterinl/
,will spend the winter In Melbourne moved Into Mound cottage for the win A. D. Baldwin Is so far Improved as to roof over the kitchen and dining room mid: Fruit I
ter. We all earnestly hope Ahat she will be able to be on the street. to full .
Chas. V. Illnes former editor of the a story. .
be able to take. charge of Myrtle 'j
East Coast, Republican, published In-Mel another season. The front of the Hotel' Indian River is Dr. Charles Hill wife and! mother nrrlyd which will lie In your packing houses before and during the shipping season.
bourne, arrived from Chicago! 111., last looking bright from new paint. on Sunday The Doctor Is looking(
week, and will spend some time here. Mr. and Mrs.. JamesMackle, of Miami, Mr. Lewars, who wtvs here last winter fine and hearty, and Mrs. Hill I III recover' We can Insure It for one, two, throe or four months) at small cost .
who were at the World' Fair from the big nicely from )her broken which
will not be here this coming teason. ; arm,
Duck. Duoks Ducks I Thousands .
openrog 'until the close, made Admiral was caused by a fall the slippery
of them here now, and they are so tame Glllia .and family a little visit on their A force of men are busy re-covering street at her home some upon weeks
that ,they swim dope to Uie shore in way home. Mrs., Mackie is to be enter the roof of the Indli\D River Hotel ago., r Is Your Packing House Also Insured? l=i ;

front of the town. much to the delightof tained at the Royal Palm this winter. The Sunday School and Chapel services At a meeting: held last week, itl! was

our visitors. Oliver GIbbs, who had'all the energy I are largely attended and interesting decided to have a neighborhood tree, In ,
Charlie Mead has returned from Eau and enthusiasm of a young man. Is making which: nil can unite, on Christmas eve, 1 Pr I
Miss Powe Is busy at her orange grove December :2Kb, at the Club IIouso, a
Gallie, and la now the able assistant of his Florida home comfortable and Write us for rates '
E. P. Branob In his general merchandise attractive. He Is making extensive al- gathering and marketing her orange short prograrae/ commencing; at 7Jl:: ,

store. Charlie's many Melbourne friendsare teratjons and, Improvements to his cozy crop. will be given.. As we always have a .

glad to have him here again. homo. ( George Baker, of Aberdeen, Md., will this good may time on be these no exception occasions, and we hope that :OILcAN: dJ: "VV'A-r.TON': ': \
White's .
No. :
3 'for the
ocouyp cottage
Mrs. M. A. Cottrell and Miss Sherman friends from neighboring. town. may '
Foley's Honey and Tar positively cures who have rented Myrtle cottage; will, Ina season t come to help enjoy the evening with us. INSURANCE AGENTS, ,, ;
all throat and lungdlseases.; Refuse sub few days, be ready to take care of The grounds of the Indian River hotel '
stitutes. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. those wishing ,to spend the winter on are ,tnhlo({ on a more attractive appearance T.I.'t"-1sV"l.11.o": : ,- J1'II1ovl.dn.: :

the beach., They have our best wishes these. latter days. Merritt.Mr ---.--- -- -. -. ...
for a successful I .
Eau Gallie. season J. A. Pains piloted the launch, Rainbow Georsiana.Carl Shoo Itcpnlrlng.
Palm Beach wife ,
to Sunday, returning -
by train oaMonday at noon. Glass and have rented .a I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair /
Jensen. small cottage of Mr. UIOBBO atlMerrltt, Wlttfeldl; who the lug, and do not forget It. Opposite Jas.Prltohard .
spent summer
John H. Derby'and Archibald DArby, and will be down from Evansville, Ind., fc
'of Oak left for Fort to winter lu Florida I north, returned home on Friday. GlnlJONi
8ARA.II P, HODGSOV-FiiVdictAH AND BUBGEOS. guests cottage, soon try a 'J'lt _.
J Eau!: Gallla, Florida. Dr. L. Lloyd was out'of town the first' Pierce, Wednesday last week. Mr and Mrs. Ifervoy flower came over
Next Sunday we hope all good people for visit with the. home folks Saturday !
of the week a on :
f 'O The young people speak of the last will try And ,fill our l the church at :
Business Increases -as the holidays The Christmas tree will be in the dance given; by the WMeOuys, s" among Merritt, and help to "swell" the. music and !Uunday.: The Yiavi .
\ draw near. Town Hall,,Deo. 23rd. the best ever had at the. Cocoa Hall. that will be Introduced for the 'firs Miss Nellie Owen U highly pleasedwith
( become of storm and time In several ,,aFl. the school at Cocoa. She came .
What has our Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield, of '
! Dr. McCllnton Is building a new dockon
j cold wave signal flags P his farm, which Is quite an Improve- Delaware, 0., will occupy their cottage Mr. Stout bus been under the Doo or's over home.and spent Saturday and Sunday at Home Treatment. "

! The long; drouth was broken on Wednesday ment. > on artou.Avenue, for the winter.S. care for the. past week, but he Is on the. : '

last, by a steady rain from tbe The Jensen baste ball team will play II. Peck of the Plaza, with Ills road to reooveryOrlp seemed to ba the Everybody, should subscribe for the -------
arrived trouble. Poiplbly bo remained a little. ADVOCATE, one of the most newsy papers
N.E. Sunday afternoon
the Stuart team od the 15th last., on family, and Vlavl for all the work for opening will soon on. too long North, and brought It with on the East Coast, As an advertising ,
Capt. Bennett has just overhauled and the Jensen grounds. go medium It Is hard to beat. placements Inflammation ''

painted Ins launch, Rochester at Hodgsons' ;- Jno. Sorenson has raised his fine residence J. O. Garry,.who manage the White him.Fred tumors, i
Shelton and wife, of Shelton, Tha ladles recently met at the MissesBond' ovarian diseases etc., Correspondence
Its piers which makes a cottage, Is open for business, having arrived ,
on quite Conn., are located at Merritt, for the ., and organized a Mutual Improvement -
: are'filling up quickly. Parties Change/ and improvement. recently from Itookaway Beach, winter. Mr. Shelton has charge 'of Mr !Society.: They again met on solicitedconcerning tho Vlavl treatment.

intending; to rent houses In Eau Mr. Davis, Jas. Meal's popular: butcher N. y. Navln's launch, for the season, but in Friday afternoon at 101r1. Simmons, when Cull. for bookies for motlur* '
Gallie must apply soon. has gone Into the bather business on Nolco Bristol, since his arrival here, the summer he runs launch of his own, they read selections and discussed the nil clttug-htcri. free. r
Miss Bessie Hodgson captured a loon his own account. Success, Mr. Davis. bas not had tbe best of health, but the on Long Iiland. Mr. Shelton! Is an expert current topics of"ttte day

on Sunday last. The bird had been last week reports him some Improved In machinist and boat bu IIderI and III Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Ilerup-
Dr. Miller, the popular dentist, left launch
health. busy overhauling the. Florida Yiavi! Co
wounded by-some sportsman.Mrs. Jensen for Titusville, last Monday, and stead and children, Miss Lily Carter, ,
: F. K. Colby returned to Eau expects to be back again. In :HO days to Friday night, Dec. 2nd, an enjoyable We certainly Miss Mrs. Ttiompson'i : Mrs. Hardy, b1,.. Welsh, Miss Wright,
Gallie this week, ranch to the pleasure accommodate his large practice. dance was participated In by the yqong smiling face from the Post Olllce, and Grandma Carter and Grandma. White 20 Main St. Jacksonville Flu.

of the lolly Captain of the. Pint Gale of the. people of Cocoa and Rockledge, at Cocoa all will be sorry to. learn she was compelled made a pleasant party In A. II. Carter'slaunch ,
Tbe Rev. S. F. "Supt. East ball. to return to the North to undergo to the. beach and return one gay|
bas been ordered for the Coast Conference, will preach In the 'Yn'Yn'Y'YnTn'n''f''n'Y.7'YnY'YTUNIVERSITY
A new flag learne.1that lost week. Another party went over on
We have
school sod is expected dally. The old Town Hall, next /Sunday: at 7 p. m., and F. Dwyer and daughter, MUs Camella, an operation. j Just /Sunday.: They report the water yarn --- '
flag will be saved as a relic of smaller at attend.C Eden. at 11 p. m. All are invited to will Indian their River usual, where'quarters they will at the be and tetegtam operation received that was, '!i1 performed was of no, enough to make bathing luxury.: : 4

things. for the. season. avail." We extend our deepest sympathy There Is to be the usual Christmas ,
Mrs. Treutleiwlll have a tree In her S. Schuyler Is putting: the dock up to Mr. Thompson, who Is unable, on tree at the church on Christmas, and I --.OF-- ----- ,--
home in true Fatherland fashion. Mrs. very rapidly, and when finished It will Recently, A. D. Baldwin, who sustained account of his feeble health, to join everyone; has a cordial Invitation to come
Trentler never forgets the little ones of be one of the beat on tbe HI ver. M. M. Injuries'by a fall at his residence, wan his wife, but must remain here. We and bring; their present and put them. ----
Eau Gallie. Mltcbel has the contract, which 1 mures on tbe street, much to the pleasure of truly hope for t speedy return of Mrs on the tree for their friends. It Is to be = FLORIDA \

churcfces In town were well filled good workmanship.Little his many friends. I Thompson.Mrs. hoped that air will take hold and work a

on The Sunday last. The Ray. J. B. Hawk Ray .RCOU! was quite painfully The minister' and his wife and Misses Blair, of Merrttt, was a guest of In harmony Iud good will ali and make it ... .,.
conducted tbe services In the. Methodist! Injured by falling; from a house and Mime were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Ladies Aid Society, at Rockledgo! a thorough success, all our Christ
church on Highland Ave. ; breaking his arm. Dr. Lloyd! was called ('h... Ilibbs at dinner on Sunday, ))eo. taut Thursday, by Invitation of the. Heo- mas trees have been In the past.ICoport FIRST-CLASS PROVISION :
and reduced the. fracture and the little 4th, after the. chapel services. retary, Mrs Wllliford. The meeting was ----
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. PIngrey, of Dele- fellow Is doing nicely.A opened with prayer and selections from -FORD -
van, N. T., are now cosily settled In The beautiful roses that have adorned the Bible, read by the minister's wife, 1'rom. ICeform School.
their Eau Gallie home on the corner of Frightened the pulpit for the last two Sunday services < Mrs Hall, after which business. was J. U. Gluck, Superintendent, pr nty. \J fr U\Y. Anew.pbndldly.qulpped Oymnanlnm.

Young and Houston streets. at the Chapel, are from' the yardof attended to, and then every body got town, W. Va., writes: "After trying all : MIN I D A !arms l"oltr: r most
Cold wave and storm signal flags will Running like mad down the street.- M. C. Salmon! South It ckledle. busy both with tbelr tongues and hands. ,other advertised cough medicines we !' : scholarly
be shown from the flag/ staff on Hodg dumpling the occupants, or a hundred John II. Derby and Archibald Derby, All kinds of fancy articles were passed I have decided to use Yole,'. Honey and MORALS .. Our moral.( .
son Bros.' place of business, on Eau Gal- other accidents, are every day oc ,ur. who stopped at the Oak Cottage for a around to be made up. There will ba.a 'fa* exclusively la the West Virgin! ==.=:::::.== good alf >
lie harbor, from this date. Those Interested renoes. It behooves everybody rto have a few days, are at Fort Pierce now, but Bazaar bald In Febuary, end all will be Reform School. I find It the most effective -. .. .pcICIlaIJ.I"1
notice. cordially Invited to. attend, and give up and absolutely harmless" /Sold:: by Red
will kindly take reliable salve bandy, and there's none as expect to return the last of this we' K. .
good as Bucklen's Amlc,1 Salve. Burns, their money for the benefit of a new' Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle.Clenuliitf -Add,..., THE "
The first meeting/ of the Ecu the Cbapet church, to be erected at Rockledge. Lake
Card Club occurred at Mrs. Alosworths cub! sores, eczema and piles disappear The children of Hnnday ----

on Thursday of this week..and was well quickly under Its soothing effect. 23cts, School are looking forward Christmas to Christmas Sunday next, December 13th, there. and Pressing. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA
Tltdsville, exercises and tree on eve.
at ned Cross Pharmacy,
attended by the members-new and old. will be special song servlcey; both mornIng -
They meet on Saturday at 230 p. m., at
.. --------- ---- ----- the chapel, to practice. and afternoon, at Rev Stuart Mar All work done np-to-date. Call and THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.
tin's Episcopal chnrcb at Merrltt and ,, .
of tb Chapel drilling be sea me. Andrew! Gibson, at the Parlo
ThIS children are we hope a goodly attendance will
under E. J. Wilson'a management for there to help la singing the selections, Barber Shop, on Washington) avenue.
IFIxIRIEEJLI1: the Christmas exercise. They will that MI. .Musselman has.kindlY' Brewing Asso's r
have an IQtereatinpro/ ram.. The exer ottered to play, as well as help slog.A Drujrlni

else will be on Christmas eve. choir bas been selected to assist her, ramous Be.Louis/ Keg sod Hot-

but alt are expected to Join la the services Draylng or hauling of.all lads/ prompt. led Beer.
and make -hurcb, at Mer-
the little :
A Costly Mistake Iy attended to. Meats all trains. Stove:
:aIAINICIEI ritt a "meetlng.hollae' of pleasure as Ii Las 1. and
IIINI"Sltrl wood for sale at all times.E. Bold bMMU*,r.A. y
sometimes F
Blunders are very expan well as worship Tbe Hev. Stuart ,
4a : _
the Il. HoLTB2f. Tltnsvllle H K.LMotlnwTltmvW.ria. 1
sive. Occasionally priceof Martin will have a fine sermon to deliver .
a mistake, but yon'11 never be wrongIf ,and all are cordially invited to attend y By Mr.K.L.Hollow,Cocoa,ri*... 6
! If you are contemplating taking out Fire or Life Insurance, give usa you take Dr. King's New Life Pill for both this Sunday and Xmas day, WHY USE" OLD STYLE BLOCKS ,

. will as Good Insurance and ReasonableRate dyspepsia, dizziness, headache liver or when there will be some extra singingof l when can boy tbe best Self-Lock JOSEPH ZAPF $
call and we guarantee you
bowel trouble They are gently, yet special merit. : 4
as can be secured In any Reliable Old-Line Company, thorough 25cts: at Bed Cross Pharmacy.JOB ... log Tackle Blocks at nearly tb. same 't4'Sole Agent.
;, price. :How' In' use In the United

Sc7..L;;;;; oX Ian:, : : c3: WILSON. 11gts{ PBlNTTNa of all kinds done at I, A kidney be eared'orvbladder by! < trouble Foley's can KidneyCur. always States Army and Nary Department. ;":" t110 to 620 Wast Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE ; .
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE. this office, at reasonable rates. Give la time.".*bold by/Ked CrON Pha*. ., Examine them atPrltchard A Sons, or if' ""
Tet of Time-OVEH YEARS. the ADTOCATB office THusvllle. 'Mt.Yt.t.; TLA.JtA.HT i
Our !Represent thi only CemD tis a share of your work. niacy, TUnsvllle. ;rv .
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.1 t'teet' i' a second the shella nd the 'Florida Bast Coast

filCH MEN'S FARM l FEAST appearance of comets. At lit Ry. \

falf,the tracer left tho tlirlt'

straight ,up Into the air TIME No.56. In Effect June 4,1 is I ,

) 1' Features of a Rural Dinner at and then, turning all eglare, ,shot to LOCAL CARD ,

the ground like a shooting star: overtime -READ NORTHBOUND-IIA'1

: Philadelphia, spot where the___shell___had___ stj.mcL"
Y. ..... ishlI /TAT/ON.. ".... '"
A Guaranteed Cure For IMIes. JIM1 I Dau,. a.i1.

CONSOMME CUPS IN KAY WAGONS. Itching, Blind Bleeding: or Protruding IAAfJ F : 14s.L r.::::;::='::::::':::::......o Ja.k.onvUl.w .oar s::::::::::::::::::;;:.L: a w.. 1'tcMar.

Piles. Druggist refund money t if I'AZO 'ir'is Tift'" ............. ........ yaps I
\ II 11. .. .................... .. ...U..tlnlr..h....................... O e. :1
tFwmtr Millionaire *<. o".c.... OINTMENT fails to cure any case, no 1145. ..:. .. ....................r...... 1".l.S.IIa.................."..... ... .. a a: lit
matter how long standing In 6 to 14
With Miniature Pltcbfwrk, Hoed days. Pint application gives ease and lS DOV 4.r .. .........................Palatka............... .......Lr
Their Terrapin and linked the rest ituo. If your Druggist hasn't It l cy ,? l In 3136ALv' .. ......................I..l.tka_........................A tool III:

.".d-I&oo.<.r. Fed Upon 'Wheat en send COo. In stamps and it will be forwarded ,,1 o IN 110 p Ar .............. ............Sea Math ............... .........Lr
the Floor.Twenty pout-paid by 1'arls Medicine Co.. QF 1J ,. eau sL. San Mateo.. A Tel. ,aIII!

: St. Louis, Drop: eI tl P L" ............................Neer. ............................L" 1M.
millionaires assembled at Ie p ..............................Bnnn..lI.. .......................... II t8. '
A DREAMLAND DETECTIVE. ...............................1)up..nt. ................ ............. I.. .116p 1
1 the Bellevuo-Btratford hotel In Philadelphia U ....... Ormond... ......................,... fwa P
''I the other night for their annual sip .................Daytona.. ................:... ........ 4 60. I',
f Klnirular War In Whlclt mnMurderer E.ault 10 18 p ....,......................Port -.......................,........ 4 4s. jl
1 country dinner, says the New' \Vmrn Dl. .... 1e 00 OSp ........w..1..N.w' ,a... ........................ "' 1
; York Herald. Tbeso plowmen In the ror r 11p .............................O.k mil... ........................... 0 a..
I In the London Mirror Qf Literature U 100 p ...........................T""Ul...... .......;.. .." I lJ It
1'1' field of finance dined 'upon terrapin for June, 1344, there la I 1 II P...............................Oases..................:.....'"..:.: Ill.a
l ; canvasback duck, mushrooms and an account otto U to P .......................... "" ................ ....,.t..r. 111'I. ,
other rlands. dream that was femurkable.ln taaiiyretipvuts. It 14 I p ....... .. ..E..u. a.lfs".............................. 1.. ; I
The wines were of the It In given the author 11M1 0e P .........:........:.:..:.:.. M..lbou'D..t. :..:-......:......... 1" apt
finest but rusflc simplicity was suggested upon III 0 I' ...Sebastian.............................. )1 a. :
Ity of a clergyman of the Church of I II 40 p ._...........................Ri; Lu.l..t................ a ty au,
by a big! elder press..mason cor- England, the Uer. Mr. II I P ............................. "1. N.roe.._................... s, Mel:
I tier of the room. Alexander woo I Ie I ...............................Tlbbal........._.........::::::: ll.f altar
t The speaks from personal knowledge of Tri-Weekly Sailings ) dl p ................................Bd.................. ............... ,
press was not a mere ornament. some of' the fucts. It that I n p ...............................J.....,. ... .. ....................... Ii 1' i::
r but whenever one of the diners felt soInclined appears a a. ,............................. .SIy.r'....::......................... OSp i
young man of gooil. reputation named I -TI .. ,........ .. .........Hntoe ...lIld..c i1 MI
he would go to the machine, llorrockw, was fund robbed und BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. eT II"p ............:... ........ Writ Jnpl tr. .........._.......... 8.ap lei
place a basket of apples under the mur- d1/ I' ..........................WPalmDeNk...... .................. .Ii'5 5M
and with few dered. Ill, head hud beau beaten In P ................... ........Boy n ton............................. I ley
press a turns of a giant apparently with bludgeons. A Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) !JMa i+ Up .....,....... ...:...yolral ............. ........-. / tar
crew supply himself WUU real homemade vigilant see Ot p ......... .......... ......Pt. f r..ud..rdal............................. p tarS
cider.Another I search wus made for the assassin and The Service M- I uP.................. ......... H.U.nd..l.l ............................<. SB alp /.r
after several mouths ubiiudoued. no Finest Steamships in the Coastwise f 4S- .... ...........,............Lomoit City.' ........................... i 10 P p I lilt
evidence of !good faith In clew to the crime baring been dlscov- T CO- /G4p r........... ,.. ............ .JiUal......r., ..........,......y. tip 4a1SANIORD I.
adopting tbe role of farmers was given The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .
by the, millionaires In their- method of ered. One night a gentleman who had
been well Direct Service Between BRANCH.: OZ.ANO10 CITY BBAMOK.N..JJ .
.atlng certain courses.. For tbe oysters acquainted with Hot-rocks
r the banqueters were supplied awoke and told/ his wife that be hall} Jacksonville, Boston', ,Providence and all Eastern Points : i1i-erases.. No. 12Ifelljr Pally II B STATIOX. p;l tWT
bad dream lu
n which he bad '
assured '
q with miniature pitchfork, while they (Calling at Charleston, 8. (!., both ways)
el that one Samuel Lougsiultb of -- .IL'. *.....**, Tt.e.vi11..A lIBOp ICOp 101011 lsr..y Smyrna..Ar 'ro ,,
dissected their salad with toy rakes. 8IM.WJKKLY'IIAILlNG81!: !: e S p .....,.... _
a 'Terrapin was <<:conveyed to their mouths Bolton wan the murderer. Southbound....... ..... .......... .. ..... ... ... ..... .... .from U wl* Wharf, Boston IN LT.Lr.u..f..>nlrvrtM.O.taen..An.........ArMl 11 ismi laII *IM 44p mallffta LT. Inik B.leLr.OiaoM City.Ar A 11Op) ,
:with small boas. wr Longsmith lived Home twenty miles Northbound... .. ... .. .... .. ........ ........-...../roan root of Catherine Street, Jacksonville I |Ar......... Sutord ..........Lv iW 11 40* Ar. .Or. 11 Mi, /p,,

The consomme cups were brought to away and was n person whom the 1 0, S*. ItDeily ;f Ha.10 N*. Is M.Z4 a
the table In toy hay wagons andy dreamer had met but once or twice. Qlyde St. Johns River Line. lataadraaday tDan1 N.ITMATPOBT Daily aM
Ilia wife told him to think no more leliy. etae Deny BRANCE.eaNpt Dally Daum D.1111saN1
"wheeled to the hand of each
guest (DeNary Una.) Bu Uy Mad nlrHP
little red Iron wheelbarrows. Tbe about lt.but, to go to sleep. A second BETWEEN KSONVILLK:: AND SANFORD. i 4 p 610 p IMj, e MaM Lv r.k.onv'a A yeas ado 00 p 1
time he nwoke j
from the
,I punch was served In aTtU* MaMa Ma f Sip IfS! 1 ,
:apples, hollowed out and then frozen same dream and announced his resolution Inca on the ttt..lobu'*Kivnr O eo P l4 e 1 vi I 1.11; 10 W a Pablo Beatit.. S 00 a i 00 p 5 40 .1 s!!
o 76 tt he 14 AttantleB hAr. .
t P p 6111 a a 16 a TMnT40a
4 solid. 4 )rooster strutted about the to take steps the following moru- Cominenvlnir Tue-day, November. 15, 1OO4. 13 p 0 W I I C4p 1> Ma Maypor It* Sue a, u l i Mp
Groom and picked up the crumbs. lag to nee what could/ come of It Accordingly 8TEAMEIIS"CITY OFJACKSON! VILL1 'and"M1tED'ADeBARY." .

jF k The table was circular,. the hollow in' be went to Itolton the next re.ppolnted> to Mil ... follows Lave Jacksonville d.l lIv| ,except .tlardI\YII.t S: 0p.m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAit.OLOM .
Returning,leave Aaofurd, uallyeuepi Houilny at 9:30 a.
the middle being filled with pumpkins day and sought a warrant for the arrest T
of Longsmlth. The magistrate. S..utb.&und SCHEDULE North Boun ONklCTIOM .MAO/ AT MIAMI WITH ST-AM.HIF OP THI P. A 0. .. .. MMPANY: ni
melons, corn grapes, cabbages apples. Read d..n. u..aa np.
nuts, trailing/ beans and vegetables of however refused( to grant It upon suchevidence. Leave 38up.m. ..... ........... .....Jack." v\ll.. ..... .... ......... .... Arr ve !0 l O.-m:. HAVANA 'AND, KEY WEST
of the I'nsMlng through the marketplace Leave 8 t6 1'.10. ........................ ...!'kl.tka........., ......... .. ..... leave 8 00 p. m.
r every description. Many vegeta- [ware a ee .. m. ..... ... ......... ...... .uto.r ..... ,.. .. .......... Leave 80C p m. '
bles had been hollowed out and electric he met. Longsmlth and Invited Leav. 4 ao a. 10. ........ ... ...... .Sr. F.allclll.. ..."....... ........... Ieave i 00 p. m ThM* Tim. M>. tt_...M wklah lr 1". ".T be c..e4.d t* MHw and tepil.
lights Inserted. The pumpkins and some him to go to u public house to hear leave ........... ....Nere.iurd (Leland)). ..:.. .. ... .. ..... Lea".. 1011 p. w. 'ram' tb.several -UIIOIIIbll' their arrival or rlp.. ure..ftl tb. time stated ...t travuMi. ,
i something be bad to ,communicate to Arrive S an h m. .....*........ ...... s.nlord. .. .. ... .. ..... 9110 a. w. I, nor. "-.** Ui.Co..pal bold lul] rMponitblfor ../ delay I 0' MT Mu. a.n M arlel.f ikIor .
of the larger articles had been fantastically Arrive 10'110..m. ......... ...............)nlerprh................ .".Lea" 10 00 .. m.Gen'l ..... .. .
carved, decorated with moss him.: There locking/ ,the door he I'
Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.JaclcsonvllleI. .
wigs and with their electric features charged him with the crime. Long- I Oopr of tb. LOCAL TXint CAD o.Other Zafo-m_
4 they grinned at the "farmers." smith was staggered/ : and faintly denied .. M. M.lrtOXHONJKR.J:> <>"n.!"_ *. tam, !M>4 Went. Bav Jacksonville.. Fla. !
w.O.coornaJr.Loeallht.Agt.Jaok.onrllle. O LOVK1.L, Superiutiudtint Jack nvllle. "SEE THE TICKET AQENT.!;
the accusntlou. In his confusion .
_1'0.reach the room,, It was necessary Foot Hogan St.tJacksonville, Fla.'
to find a way through a cornfield. Tbefloor be said be was Innocent for be did A.C. HAQErtTY. Oon'l Ba-t'n P....... A,((. New, York CLYUK MILA'R:, Oen. Frt. Afft.!; New York. t.oJ.,, DBAJIl'OI'R..t.: .Oa.LPaaa..A4wt.ST.I..A.T7QUUT11I.BI> 1XJL.
not strike the blow. THKO.: KOKK!: Oeneral M.<\arc..r. WM. I* OLYIi' ''<'.. General A euU.CbaaebroagH .
covered with wboat
was upon New York.
liulUliuK. IV State St. Opposite Battery Park
i which live roosters crowed to their Then you know the man who did." C. WAI/TON.. Agent, TItUHvllle. Fla.AtlanticCoast .
replied the accuser, and Longsmltb
; contentment A big! stuffed bull was ,
t' at one side of tbe room; his stall being was arrested and examined. He prevaricated -

11k decorated with more wonderfully carved at the examination and was

and Illuminated vegetables. remanded for three days. At the end

Along the opposite side of the room of that time and after many' hours' / Line R'y. v' I

was a rail fence separating tbe guests l prayer be confessed that be had beeninIUCed \ .

from a pig a calf and three fierce look- to join three men In a robbing ,

'N',a d Lag stuffed: rams. Farming utensils expedition when meeting Horrocks. The Great Through Car Line from.Florida. Coach Excursion tickets)
f were scattered about and bung upon who made some resistance l his three on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays la 'November.TOJTIIE '

_,. F pegs! in the wall, and all was. as Ideally companions murdered him. This confession :Southern Railway

1,; bucolic as the Imagination of tbe millionaires came out before the grand jury EAST. ;

could suggest > and Longsmlth was brought to trial. Over( Its own. rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence
_ I U The ices were molded and tinted to The fact of the dream was not offeredIn via tbe Pennsylvania Kallroad. .
__ r. form fruits and vegetables. After the evidence, but other testimony auf '

1grs were lighted the "farmers'* tilted Detent to convict him was produced. TO THE WEST. WORLDS FAIR ROUTE

__ S back,their chairs and discussed the A few days before the execution: be The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R.:K. ., I

_ weather and crops until after mid made a full acknowledgment of his .-"';

i I night Then the hired man hitched up I II" guilt TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. S

the rigs of the farmers, and they droveto Via Savannah.and Ocean Steamship Company for Now York Fhlladeldhla Bos
their several remote homesteads ton Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah > .

with jovial warnings to be'up In time All Down'oms and Merchants' and MlnerR' 'l'rRnsl'orttalon ,Company for Baltimore ,
Run J
and Philadelphia.TO '
to milk the cows. .\
The "farmers" of the dinner werei ... Best Line to St. Louis. Mo.
t i 1 E. P. Wilbur former president of the ICILY WEST AND HAVANA. .. '

f I Lchlgh Valley railroad who acted 'as Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. ...)\;,;;..

_ ,,4, host; A. J. Cnssatt- president the is a common expres Superb Dining Car Service

1 q Pennsylvania railroad- : George F, Bacr Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points ; .
president of the Philadelphia and we hear on every .

Beading railroad; E. T. Stotesbury MILEAGE TICKETS.
Unless I there is
j t president .
the Union R. II."Wilbur
of League
/ ; 1 Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal -
t former general manager of 'ome organic'trouble, the condition railroads In the southern slates are on sale by the principal _gent/. Stop-over. going and returning at Atlanta, Knoivllle' Louisville. and principal j

the Lehigh Valley railroad; John Logan For reservations and Information apply to agents of tbe A. C. L., or write, North Carolina Mountain Resorts. ,
Fisher, a director of the Reading doubtless be remedied.
can FRANK C. BOYLSTON DUt. PASS. Agt. W. i n. STARK, Trar. Pass..AgtVJ8 -
railroad; Efflngham B. Morris, banker See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge la the world), Famous Blue GraM
West Bay at.: Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and railroad director Charles Curtis Your doctor Is the best adviser.Do Lexington and Louisville .
; n. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oeo'l. Pass. Agent. legion, .
Harrison provost of tbe University of .
WILMINGTON. N. C.SE.A.JB Free reclining chair) cars and high-clash. day Through Pullman Bleep
Pennsylvania; E. P. Wilbur, Jr.; Ru- not dose yourself with all coaches |

dolph Kills!, president of the Fidelity log cars) Jacksonville to St.. Louis., .

P Trust company; Colonel A. Louden Kinds of advertised remedies : <>A.R.I: > .
Ssowden.. II. McAlpln. a Pitt-burs Folders, rates, etc.. cheerfully, upon apppllcatlon.XJTJ25Z3L : ,
gct his opinion. More than likely ,
banker; John Drinker, a corporation : "

lawyer; Samuel flea, second vice president you need a concentrated fat foodto AIR.LINE I RAILWAY.I '

of the Pennsylvania railroad; -
John enrich blood and tone .
1. Fritz and Joseph Wbarton. your -: .
A -'FOR- '.I', ,
: j The War-hip. up the system. .", .T..c Cist. Paso.-Agt.,
British admiralty has ordered '
; 108 West Bay St,..... Jacksonville/ Fla.Mallory .
f two new- warships one of which is to Scott's Emulsion WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK ., .., .. \ .
be known as the Lord. Nelson. They / r \ ..
Are to be lhe biggest in the world, says "
i |f. Two Elegant Trains Daily '
j the Now York World. Each Is to cost of Cod Liver Oilis :: e

$7,000,000 and each ship will carry Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. "
four twelve-Inch of Increased
j. guns '. ..
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power, gained by making them forty- MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.( .
c five feet long. There will be ten guns just such a food in its best form. -
O iean. .0----
ONLY LI N E Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New .: '-
Ii of nine and one-fifth Inch caliber, all T ,
It will build the weakenedand /, .F
on the Hipper deck untouched save up
_ +JH: by the heaviest seas Five torpedo Lines
"' tubes and a lot or small guns are wasted body when all. For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent .

'It l/1/'i' added. Tbe protective plates are other foods fail to nourish. .If, Seaboard write ,

twelve Inches thick. The displacement A. O. MACDONBLL, Asat Gen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass Agt..
t I I. la to be 10,500 tons only a little you are run down or. emaciated JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

,,IJ above that of tbe King Edward class. e 'f SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
Our heaviest ships, the Connecticut give it a trial i it cannot hurt .

,I{r' class weigh 10,000 tons. The Baltic 60 YEARS' and most thoroughly equipped palleD er-pteamshlps on the coast

M : displaces about 37.BOO tons. The Lord you. It is essentially the best KIDNEY DISEASES EXPERIENCE i -NO OVERCROWDING

Nelson> la 41 feet long but much
possible nourishment for delicate STATEROOMSJARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED oot-<* |
t .:lr wider than any merchant vessel, of IMPORTANT
Which ships, as no tickets will be sold exceed: the number of bertH
I are over 700 feet. children and pale anaemic girls. A .
most fatal of
the all dis lu>
arc lndl'i<
or the seating capacity of Dining flails, thus Insuring all passengers

L. hell T.... ft Fort 1111e7. We will send you a sample free. eases. service and attention. i

_,' The artillery forces at Fort RIley, TRACK MAMK
r Kan., aro experimenting- with a new CV'Q SiDNEY CURE |Ii DESIGNSCorvlelatvs, PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.
9 '. shell fitted with what Is known B. thai this Ult ,
the O
ns mars picture I Rraiiljor Aaroe..edtn.l.kNrh.
and of
) IIC"-P (See Schedule ,Ships In Florida Times-Union)
'a Semple tracer, says the Junction City yr In the form of a I.bell.l I on avlflhtr wMct in our opinion .
I '. (Kan.) Union. "This tracer Is small the wrapper of every bvttls Invention to pohablya.tentahl: Cbmmaniea.tx.n..trltiteonad.ntlal.Jlsaeao1 ....I.te*
of Emulsion refunded. Cont < Olriwrt ... fur n...
cylinder at the base of the shell filled s you buy. : money ? r>itemedies pent; Irma ncy .wrunn CaTn .
Ptttatt Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL the
without: sbki M rJ' through
r ila, .
with a r
a composition wblcb Is ignited SCOTT & BOWNE r recognized by eml-
by the discharge of the gun. In burning nent physicians as the best forCidney Scientific Jlltlerltalt. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
It traces the trajectory of the shell Chcmbb( And BI adder troubl A -...d.ty nleatrafed_"Y. Iarmmat ..... Through tickets sold to all northern points. For fall Information regarding *
:i from tbe gun to the point of fall. It 1 mlmiUMl of any icMntlBo |o' T_.. tt a
furnishes aVquick: means of determining 409 Purl Street, \New Yfk I'IUC2 .. ... 91 M. .Ntrf : $-. i4. 1"'aI.N wlmi tractions: by no other line; diagrams, reservattas, tickets etc., apply *

rang at night Traveling at about MI "-. ARTHUR..PIE Passenger Igor 214 West Bay Srwt Ji.kson.lll8 Florid
{ r sOe. MIl $1. AODnuuUU Ked Crcwa Pbarnac)". use., .Doc. ,

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EAST!: COAST ADVOGA.TK, DECEMBER... 16, 1004. ;;". ,1 '

J,1CItSONVILLE.INDSOIt' working classee-in, a vast sea' of tracts '\. :" AUGUSTINE. .
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THE BIG SOCIALIST VOTE and pnmphlet -+---- ,";"r_.
No. political' party in the United .1', '
:' states, no cbur:A$rganbntlon:: or mis Florida House ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIpA.

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST: AND FJ,QRIDA'S Its Significance as Viewed by stun> has as l : ffttllrnhltVorten aa ,
has" the Socialist Jjarty, They' multiply i
Jack London the Novelist. t'ipinsrtv. kn *t*':ot no effort: or sacrifice I NOW OPEN. TOURISTS', AND TRAVELERS"'FA-VORITE.

too great to .Wake for tin cause, '- "
and "cause" with them la spelled with .. 11. This popular house la centrally located; has nil modern Improvements, In
I bN ANALYSIS OF THE MOVEMENT. capitals. Let these men tell what they eluding STEAM nEAT, and more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSUREthan

'<"'I'', are doing what'til\ their aim, and the any other hotel In town. Accommodates O, Rate $2.CO to $3.CO: per
( Debs vote wilt take on greater significance. .
a1.11ever In SooUIlim Bar It !. tbs day. ,
They Are preaching an unconv. F. C. 1IAYDEN Manager.
First Worldwide KnterprU and I.,
promising"nud deadly class struggle.In .
Limited. ----,.--- -
Only Lliatt
by the of the fact they are organized upon the

liil i l-lm et -Member* Pay to Hear basis of a cage struggle. VALATKA.The >,>

Campaign !II.......... The hfstori',.ot society, they say Is a .

d Jack London: the well known history of tfasa struggles. l'utrlcltuIItruI,1 \
T'rw author ; wllb/plebetan in early Rome!, Graham Hotel TALATICA A, FLORIDA.
0 :, .1, :AI dt anti Socialist I writes na follows'In the the nobles l and kings with the merchant \ ,

New York American and Journal'con class lu the close of the middle .- ,': 'f

.,3J r Corning tit' Socialist vote in the recent ages, cud today the struggle Is ou between Opposite Post Office and Offices of Ocklnwalm" and StsSohns River Steamers.
1 the trlmphuut merchant class '
national election: ': and the rlsi/ntf working clad*. Only Brick Hotel In the City. Bates : $:i and f 2.30 per day

The only people surprised, by tlie That this working rlnns shall conquer' No Better Place In the City. Porters. ''M. (let all Trains anti lloats.
: heavy Socialist ,vote throughout the (mark the note of fatalism), they say 1st '.

------ United States are the-Democrats and is us certain as the rising of the sun. jf, .J\:\:, J, l K. OANTT,, Proprietor.
I : .. Republicans. The Socialists knew It '., "Gf;
: alPthe time. Their' campaign ts twelvemonths eighteenth Just as the century llIercbnuf'closll wanted democracy of the -.. .,_- ,ri.--- ._ _....may: ''' -- .. .._-_ .

long, and they have u campaign applied to politic, so the working OLD SEAB1tEEi< ::. GOODALL. FLA.

)ODGE A CULLENS, .. OWNERS AND PROPRIETOR every year, wherefore It was to be expected class of the twentieth century want f"
that they should know what 'i;
democracy; applied to Industry, and to
was coming. this end they organize the working The Seaside SKABHEE7.K,

LF.- However, during the lost several duns into a political party that Is a 11111,4OLD:; GOOD ALL, FLA.Is .
IDYAL HOTELI KLA. weeks" of the campaign the professional party of revolt;

politicians began to awaken to some- This working class Socialist revolt Is now open for the winter IIlRAon. under the innnaaemcnt of the owner.
thing, they knew not what, that was In nOKACE F. STEWART. Iltndaome and situated
... a revolt against the capitalist\ class. now, on Daytona
the air. In a remarkably quiet campaign The Socialist party alms to capturethe Beach the hotel Is modern all Its appointment, with ,large airy, pleos-
'. \ V when their own rallies and mans' machinery of society with sat rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keming'e, Casino and Pier
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located., Thoroughly repaired and renOvated. meetings were unremarkable for size the political machinery lu Its hand, The surf bathing! Is unexcelled. Terms moderate' .
'\ and enthusiasm, they were astonished HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager. ,
which will also give it the control of ,
Newly furnished throughout. ..IberauicoDd cted, .,.. at the the rest sight of ;the of Debs Socialist and orators Ilauford speak and the police, the army, the navy and the I ___.__-_....__--_ _______- .. __._ ___ ..______ -.__ ..., .______,,__ ---" '
r Its is to confiscate withor "o' "'
> ing continually to crowded houses. courts. plan SIA131tIL1.1: :.
without oil the "
remuneration pos ) ----- --
Rates 2.50 per day and up. ,- .f: Nay: the professional old party politicians '
I '" ,,,,!;,, were puzzled. Never lu their sessions of the capitalistic! class which SEAUREKZE:, l are used In the prO\lnctioll and distribution New Clarendon' .Inn' '
B. experience had they witnessed tunas J tho '
W. SPERRY, Proprietor. of the necessaries! and luxuries Facing Sea.
meetings with a charge for admission,
'i 'It: ; and It .was'beyond their imagination toeOD'elve of life 100 Rooms, 40 Modern BAthrooms Swimming Pool Bowling Alley Tennis
.. of By this It means to apply the haw of Court Quoit Grounds Kto. Thirty-live miles of the grandest oooan beach In
,' such mass meetings being the world perfect for carriage chive bicycle riding and automobile "'IiUNnIV'ALLIW
;.o' ; ,
jammed to the doors with overflow eminent domain to the land and to ex- .
N O'NEAL \ meetings taking place in the street and tend1 the law of eminent'doma111! till it SURF BATHING AND SPLENDID FISHING'

.. In nearby halls. Yet this wan precisely embraces the mines, tho factories, tho OCEAN: TIER AND CASINO CONNECTED {WITH HOTEL

what they witnessed In every large railroads and the ocean carriers. In Raton, booklet and further Information mailed. upon application. Address I
; HAS LEASED THE '. ,' < city of the United States where their short the Socialist party Intend to destroy E. L. POTTER, Proprietor. C. II. KNAPPE, Manager.3BABHEKZE .

candidates passed through., present day society, which, it S 1 FLORIDA

ARAGON HOTEL Mark Hanna was possibly the only contends is run in'the Interest of the __ ._._ __ _0 .__ .
old party politician who naW clearly merchant or capitalist clans and from ..r ITU$V I f4 T.I .
the Socialist trend. -"The next great the materials to construct a new society ,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It Issue this country will have to meet which will be run In the interest '

is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards: wilt be Socialism" he said not long before of the working class. And In that day,
T.he; many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed and it Is he died. say the Socialist, all men will be ,workers Sembler Cottage TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
now second to; none In tlirf city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassed It was his last political prophecy. and there will be but one class, the ,
1 In the Sooth. Rooms with, private bath, $J per day and upwards. Ever since the '11)00\ campaign the national working class. This in short! is the Open AH the Year. Hood Board and Attention

\ committee of the Republican par elm of the Socialist:: party of the United REASONABLE RATES ** ,

ty, through Its paid agents, has been States and of the world. The vote Two door from F. K. C.: Railway /Station: Tltuivllle.\ '

ESTMOR ELAND HOTEL .Weak B e : gathering Information concerning the cast for Debs this year was the tally MRS A.: J. SKMULER, Proprfotreir..
JACKSONVILLE L.A. strength of tho Socialist movement In of the American citizens who ba'eralsell
the United States. At the end of this the roil buulier of revolt. It Is a -
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened careful canvass the Republican national 'working class revolt against the economIc FEASTER HOME TITUSVILLE* FLORIDA. .
committee conceded 000,000 votes to masters of the United States.. Corner Lenfon end Main' Streets
this season. Fine cooking and good table: Hot and Cold Water Debs A>r the election Just past. Full How will the masters quell the revolt First-clans Table Good, Sunny. Rooms, Rates Reasonable; special

Baths, Elevator, eto, Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All returns will show that the estimate ? That remains to be seen, but the by the week. MRS. J. N. FEASTER.: I l
was rather a conservative one. In masters must take one thing into con rrnnrt.tnrf I '
street oars pass the door. Kate','2.00 to $3.50 per day. 1000 the Socialist vote was V8,42t.{ and sideration, there was never the like of MRS. JULIA URKITWISCIM f
__ .._ .. ..... ..
thin revolt in the world before It is ---" --------"-- --
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. In 11)04 over COO.OOU votes were cast
\ for Its presidential candidate.. Socialism without precedent. It is a democratic KAU UAHt.Ii
has not arisen In a day, and by revolt and must be fought out with .-

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the same token it will not subside In a ballots.

day. Whether it will ever subside Is It In not a stDifo of lockout and blacklist Hotel Sarno and Cottages EAU GALLIE FLA.On .
-On the American and European PI''tD- a question It bas fastened upon rev strike and boycott employers' associations ,
Under new management. Newlv furnished and renovated. A pleasant ery.civilized country in the world, and and laUor' unions strikebreakers
family home. Rates: American Plan, .:a.OOand $$2.60 European nets In lid country bus it subsided. Not ou and broken bends, armed Pinkerton the Eau GUlllo and Indian Rivers Two mljes from the mouth of the
and All form Union Station -at the door. famous Banana River. Unsurpassed Duck Shooting and Flshlog. The Hotel
up. oars stop ly that, but In every country It Is stronger and Injunctions', policemen'sclubs : /
and Cottages are elegantly furnished. Freestone and Sulphur Water. Rates l
: :
Proprietor. today than ever before it constantly and machine guns. It Is a pence 12.CO: and $:H./JSO per days; special by the week or month. Cottages completelyfurnished
The beautifully located! Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springels under the adding to Its strength and constantly able and orderly revolt ut time ballot for families. J. WATKINS LEE.!:

same management. gaining, a footing in new countries. box under democratic conditions,where _--V-__-._______ _____ __ _.___ _..._____.... ,_...._ _
There has been nothing mushroom the majority rules. -
like In the growth, of Socialism in the My masters, you are In the minority. MKMIOUJtNU
New Hotel Windle "jXCKSONYILLEI'LOIUDA. United States. It has been slow and How will you manage to keep tbe majority .
East ,
10 Forsyth Street.
., ateu'dy and sura. "Once a Socialist always of the votes' ? MELIIOU1tNE FLORIDA
a So lallllt." is the saying and in what New Hotel Carleton
What will masters
Center of City; cool, airy oms; first-class In all appointments. The best you my Brevard County
truth backsliding is a rare occurrence.
$2 to $2.50 American-plan house in the city. Open all the year. European Populism sprang up in a day and will youtPLAN Finely situated on a. high bluff overlooking'the INDIAN RIVER.; {
I' Surf and till salt water bathing. Hunting and Fishing. Sanitary
died down In a day. It was a mush- /
plan $1 per day one person. Free bus front trains and steamships Near TO UPJ-IFT THE CHILD.Ci.tenao .
room growth. Its roots were not sunk plumbing, furnace-heat and gas-Ilght. Rates t $3 per day sad up.Specl1,1 .
all car Hoes. Special weekly/ rates. C. B.' SMITH, Prop.WOLFE'S into permanency. It was superficial, a Advoeatea J...nll* by tbe week. Private. Baths

surface l Issue which attracted a few aneta. School. ROBERTSON it FERGUSON'

,Corner million people who bad been hurt by The organization: of a children's, club -,
EUROPEAN HOTEL, Br1JACKSONVILLEePLA.:: : : social Wrong, but who did not know In every neighborhood/ the establishment New Brown House MELBOURNE, FI, IUDA.. .

what it was. They thojught it was of dancing clauses. where the joyous Urtvnrd County .
-Rooms 6Octs, 75cts and 1.00 the gold standard and they flocked to and taught Instead River '
two step polka are Centrally Located on New Haven Avenne. Fine/ View Indian ,
Populism. But there was nothing of the languid waltz and behind and Crane Creek Good Hunting and Fishing./ Open the year Round.
.first-class Restaurant In Connection. 1I
fundamental to Populism. In the very every school a group of parents to RATES i f 2 per day. Special by the week. .
J. H. WOLFE Manager. nature of things it could not last, and
study and consult with tire teacherswas GEO. )r, BROWN, Proprietor.
it perished as it bad spawned In unseemly advocated by Mrs. W. D. Mcdln- ,

HOTEL DE SOTO 'Under new management. American and European. baste. tock 'of tbe University of Chicago before .
But there Is something fundamentalto the Woman's club the NEST JJI:A01f. '
Plan. Re-furnished. Centrally Located. Socialism. It is nothing at all if It ; the ---
other day as a means of bringing
(Formerly.Geneva.) -Rates: COcts. te $2.50 per day- is not in |its very essence fundamental. borne and school in co-operation to secure
It Is a revolutionary movement that a higher social ,standard for the The Narcissus Cottages MARION and CORNELIA.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S. P; NASH Manager. alms to pull down society to Its foundation child says the Chicago Itecord-Ilerald.

--- -- -, -- ., --. and upon a new foundation to Mrs. McCllntoclc made strong plea Narcissus Street West Palm )Beach Fla. *
build society where shall reign
ST AUGUSTINE. a new for tbe simple life for the child. She : Rate! $2 BO to $::1.10 per day Special rates by the week '
and "The capitalist \

order equity justice. declared the parents of today took Fronting on Lake Worth with attractive view of the Palm Uitiach shore
must gof is its battle cry. "Tbe Electric hot and cold baths and all modern
their Children to theaters and "even J' .. Delightful airy rooms. lights, ,
i brotherhood of man has waited long the "Thomas concerts," which are pro- conveniences. Table service tly'" best. Small children not taken, '

Hotel Magnolia .T. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA, enough." Socialism Is duced for mature minds I and the result 'MRS. L. I). HOSKINSON, West Palm Uei cb,'Fla.0 ,'
: In tho history
man involve was "tbe sophisticated Americancb'ld _, .... - _____._ __.. ._ _'___ __ _____ -. __ _-___
the first movement of men to whom every 0110 hatH" Sba
the whole globe.None has been sovridespreadlng said the present day children's parties 1. .cU11'lUOJU', N. c. s
farreaching. It is International
with their elaborate -
were a bugbear,
ONE OF THE FIRST-CLASS HOTELS OF ST. AUGUSTINE.NOW and worldwide. Compared, detail.blcb took away the freedomof
with it the supremacy of any ancient the occasion end Imposed social Kenilworth Inn B1LTMOUE. N. C. I ''I'I
likewise the .
people was quite local I, duty and obligation the child. -
and the XKAII
: OPEN4PALMER wavesof Arabian fanaticism lu the belief of the speaker[ tbe dancing 'Y'' I
\ mediaeval l crusades to the holy septilcber. )- school with its Imitation of grown 4p:

The Socialist movement is limit' tip conventions, degraded a girl's ideas OPEN THROUGHOUT.THE TEAL.
ed only by the limit. of the planetIts and school I
of herself and the home l
& MacDOWELL. symbolizingthe EDGAR B. MOOR Proprietor. @
banner is blood red were the only, places for the teachingof ,

blood of mon and It preaches the dancing.", She!! advlwl, a uniform for .. :
0 --- -0 - a'
of -- -
the brotherhood -- -"--'
passionate gospel for fa.hJon
girls, declaring that the race -

Hotel St. George, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. I ,of well It an Is, economic nu ethical and movement political as caused snytbing'else.\more nervous prostrationthan For :Bon ofOBANOES. 4

movement and one may say religious "Let the children's clothes be good Gold a ,
SEASON. movement as well. It Is the politics $1 00 .
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST and tasteful but never costl and elaborate
and the gospel of the common man labis ," she -added -Teach the girls _
Elevator. Steam he.'. Private baths. First-class, up-to-date hotel. struggle against the uncommon that clean t4h only word not dabs

$3 per day Send for booklet.M. whb has expressed his. uncommonness'wealth of ty. Expenditure-: tbe i ..r between the We have had so many reports of the fine quality of oranges'raised with our t
B. :MONTGOMERY, of Huei\I* House Saratoga, by the gathering worM! to the : lasses, ondf.'the. clamnIf, It bsOVt Clmon Pure fertilizers during the past years, that we have decided to offer #1OO
beets t for !! and bend
Owner and Proprietor. Behind the Socialist movement In the'1 there tterewouiu sljfi&jjmfttlcon"' have> been i no need IN* OOLI) for ihe best, #25 for tne second and % IO for the third bust box: of q

United States Ot a most imposing philosophic for segregatfonj'Cnllorts oranges. of the crops of IfQ.1.) I1l0%and lilts S. Three succwwlve )'.ar.. The time of a

and nclenttfle literature. It exhibition will be announced later. ,
; .
owns Illustrated magazine and re aI'yune'Wafers.col The pnly ooa/HMea being that the crop of fruit shall be produced with oar

yon 6UIJDin views high In quality, (Ugnlty and re ,;("abed'sgri"'\1" Uiattv. Simon Pure Fertilizer. If a State Fair should t be )held during any one of lb.sea-

straint. It passesirs untulred.4 of wmkly pa asati. ;!efTee/IY.. PI-'..:'rib ''I' papers whkb Circulate throughout iFhyMclaos,, and"recommcoded by all will be held daring the fair, sod at the piece where the fairs held.
KINO AND ST.OF.OROI! .5TIlEfT5! ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. I tile land,, single pope, which, ban druggUts as an Invalnabl' ,'>solute, for For farther particulars asst'booklet.*, address:;;: I
..... -
POSTOFFlCe PLAZA the hundred of thousands Wafers
opposrre subscribers by mlaeral pIls| and castor cis lf*'
Moat aral.b.d.R.eml_..trIf I_.U...I....,....Op.a.U,.. ! f...,....heprt... to 4an*. Addm.a. .....--.....u and It literally swamps the 2:;qa. .For Cross Pharmacy. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO,. Jacksonville I Ia.

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:jl; 8. ,} ., i EAST.([COAST: : ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 16( 1904. .

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****'*****. *********************,**********************. 1 'NIC /iTERTAINED: / ADDITIONAL LOCALS. .

J I I : Writ*, For Oar 10'cJ-Page 6.. Illustrated Cataioguo; cr \
:: ... -Full of Suggestions for Christmas .,. In South TltnWlle on Tuesday after. n.A.VE YOU SEEN THE Catalogue of -- :
noon, Mrs. ,A. 17. Penney and Miss Daisy .
:: Urady, very pleasantly entertained the the Improved Smalley Marine Engine ?

Diamonds, Watches, Clocks! ladles of tbe Progressive Culture Club, If not, send for one to L. E. Bostrom! 1 THE MOST COMPLETE LINE EVER SHOWN IN i

Jewelry Cut Class the guests of honor being Mrs. WiljlarnUendryand Ormotid Fla. 10-7(
Mrs Frank Wooten, Me
Silverware Etc. Miss Mine Brady. Mrs. Woolen was -Mrs. J. A. S. Bal den and son, Mr. DIAMONDS. 'CUT GLASS,

'I > formerly President of the Club and one A. V. BaIsden, and his sister, Miss Lain : SOLID GQLD JEWELRY, ;: STERLING SILVER TABLE,

/ I Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention., of its most zealous workers. The home D. Balsden, of Atlanta, Oa.? are now GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, 4 WARE. ir
{, of Mlns Brady was never more attractive SILVER PLATED WARE.
of Mr. J
furnished cottage NOVELTIES
! ,Satisfaction guaranteed. < occupying/
this Cut flowers
\ than on occasion. tie

St rlln 23;S3 Silver, W J <<:l Gl'4. yeses placed, lent here their and fragrance there lu to the'handsome hour, Palm L. O.streets Branntntr, for the corner winter.of Mainland I The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever ir! ,

t3' and tbe still life of graceful ferns and :;
Xlomiui Gold Finish of shown In Titusville.
y JKWKI.KH8 SII/VEltSMITrfS J> !, palms, added untold charm to the -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president k
:Locket .31111 J[ '
bright faces and pretty gowns worn by the Bank of Bay Biscayne and Fort Dal- *
KNOKAVKU.FKKK.: > 41 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
tbe ladles present. las National Bank, Miami, spent .a couple ;;:: JMT-SPECIAL' ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
***************************************************** After the company bad gathered and. afew with his family In Tltusvllle the
of days
moments In pleading conversation
, a novel contest entitled, "The end of last week. lie spent one morn- G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla. j.I .

:EI.. L.:1::lWOTX.O"; : A SUCCESSFUL HUNT.:: Telegram Game," was Introduced by Ing In the woods with his gun and dog, i
I. ...-- Mrs. A.,D. Penney; thin proved one of and returned home with sixteen quail. *,**************************.************.************& .
I I tbe attractive features of the afternoon.A .
0' I Deer and One Wild Turkey Killed. very pretty' hand decorated china Mr. Wm.' Prindle accompanied Mr. =' (

It Is generally conceded that Titus pitcher was awarded Mrs D. Wl Monroe Brown on his hunting trip. =:: :r.eE4o rliaGGO.4
yUle section Is one of the best on the the winner of the first prize and to us from Michigan avenue, r i
East Coast for buntlo .. Hunters return Mrs. Jas. Pritchard was given the consolation -Writing -DEALERS IN-
dally with big bags; of quail,snipe,duck, prize, a truracet The telling of Chicago: Mr. Jas. Thompson sayep'TbeADVOCATE : GROCERIES GRAIN AKD HAY AND ALL FOOD
eta, and tbe tables of many residents of an original' story was next in order, Is a credit to the East Coast PRODUCTS :;

Titusville have been weft suppliedwith i each person In turn being called upon to of Florida. It !II full of newsy Items of We handle PRODUCE of all kinds.. We are agents,for MAPES FERTILIZERS ;

7f game since tbe opening of the continue tbe story upon receiving the Interest, which we all are glad to read. Ve deal exclusively the above lino of goods and solicit the trade of all consum I
hunting season. handkerchief; this caused much amusement for Grain and all Groceries delivered at station.E.
is boon to Titos ers. Write us prices on your I
Messrs. L. H. Brace, of Chicago; Win. and the aptness of the wit was Such a paper as yours a L.' BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA. i
H. McFarland, of '1"anton, Mass.; and much enjoyed, notwithstanding, the Title for It Is bound to be the means of ,
Robt. L. Motlow of Titusville, left hereon tragic ending of the "bad little boy." Inducing people to come to your favored = I
Saturday Cabbage Slough, about A pleasing $ was ren The weather here Is Ei i
of Florida.
eight miles west of Tltusvllle, on a deer dered by Mrs. Wm. Prime, Miss Daisy section W. E. GOLDSMITH
.It hunt. The weather was delightful, and Brady and Mrs. F. A. Morgan, after very cold, so .n big party of ns will be ,
not too wnrm-about '70o In tbe shade. which Mrs. Adberoar Brady gave a down after the holidays. We are taking -Dealer In-' The dogs were let loose, and It was not recitation In her characteristic manner, note of the hotels now open in :your

f ''C Fine Liquors, Wines,' Beers, Rifles long ere were they Immediately were In full cry In after position a deer to which tempting was menu much had enjoyed been prepared by all. for A pink paper". STAPLE AND'FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND

Ales, Stout, Eto. lay low' the first dear In sight, and ex. the occasion. The artistically decorated r I PRODUCE OF ALL- KINDS. '

:9F-Send me your orders I I7TITUSVILLE oltement reigned supreme. Messrs. cups, In which the ices were served CHURCH NOTICES. TITUSVILLE FLpRIDA..Win .

1 and CJCOA, FLORIDA. McFarland and Motlow failed to "bring were original and effective, and called! i .
down"' the first deer, notwithstanding ,forth much admiration from the guests
'I, the fact of' their being first-class shots. 'present. After partaking of delicious All are cordially invited( attend 'the
: Mr. Brace then got a "bead-eye" on an- punch, the, ladles reluctantly bade adieuto services at the Tltutvllle Baptlsh churchon ; R. Walker
:East Coast Heat Market other deer, and down It came to his unerring tbe guests of honor, and thanklog.tbe next Sunday. Preaching by the pas '
aim-shot right through the heart. Hostetses/or' the delightful afternoon, tor at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Sunday w / -- Dealer In -
Messrs. MoFarland and Motlow there they wended their way homeward In school at 10 a. m.
! I Gn F. DUREN, Agent. and then determined to kill another deer tbe softening shadows of tbe twilight, HOWARD B. GIBBONS, Staple ar .d "azl.O9':: : :: : Groceries: : ,

-= ::sC1 before returning home, so that Chicago voting this entertainment one of the Faster.
: co: : should not "carry off the palm." Five brightest events pf the season. The Methodist Church has been Fruits: and.bles.: .

::;!.' more door were seep one of these falling moved upon the beautiful lot recently
to a shot from the rifle of Mr MoFarland. A TOUR OF INSPECTION. purchased by the Ladles Aid Society: :stay. -rains.: and. Feed,

1i'1i'v .<:> pa; whose yell of delight was almost loud and regular services will be held by tbe -Your Patronage Bollclted-
-- enough to wake a dead Seminole Indian. .t-;
new Pastor Rev. W. F. Allen, nest Sunday ...
ri n ty The party then bad it shot at Borne On Saturday afternoon last, the yacht morning at 11 o'clock and, in the ,
wild turkeys, and a shot by Mr. Mo Cherokee, with the following party on evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Allen Is
Farland brought one to the ground. This board, arrived In Tltusvllle: Governor a graduate of Emory College, of Oxford, r
:Jar"C'S.xLLEJ:: x. L .E'I.Y 1 S Tl' LE.
ended the bunt and the hunters turned
N. B. Broward, Senator W. A. MoWll- Ga., and is reputed to be an eloquent
I. their faces homewards with two tine (Hams Representative Floyd (of St. young divine. This Is) his first regular
.CD- deer and one wild turkey much elated Johns county), J, M. Burrs, A. R. Mer- work and it Is to be hoped that the SALE' HORSES
a over their successful deer bunt. rill, Geo. F. Miles, Guy I. Metcalf, Geo. people will crowd tbe church !bunday: ,
Mr. Brace had only arrived In TItus. G. Gleason and Don Martin. and give him a cordial welcome to our 4''
i vllle from Chicago twelve hours before The above .,.STABLES... BUGGIES,
: 'TITUSVILLE, r7ORIDA. which party were on an Inspectionof dellgbtfultown. Onteen has been addedto
, killing the deer, he has bad pho tbe canals between St. Augustine and this work and that will necessitate a '
tographed.: Miami and left here for the south the change; in the schedule of appointments. ,
Venison 'was ,sent around town, Tuesday tame afternoon.We It Is now so arranged teat Tltusrllle TURNOUTS
Bobbins & Graham Co. ,- to friends of the bunteri; and the, acknowledge a pleasant call from will have the first Sunday In each TRANSFER, and of
steaks sent the editor of the"ADVOCATE: : tome of the above party. month as heretofore, and the morning
HAULING ETC .All kinds..
were delicious. i While nearing Fort' Pierce, about I 0o service on the third Sunday In every i0 =
(Inoorporawd.) 'clock Sunday morning, the, Cherokee month. Cocoa will have the second Sunday .
PAID UP CAPITAL $25OQO.OO: HORTICULTURAL. REPORT truck the submerged snag oil) an old In each month, and the third Sun J'. -Tx.: t9tbAxL: ,
I Tbl.oompan70wnlt. government beacon, tearing a hole In day night On teen will have one appointment TITUSVILLEID rear of Robbing' Law omoeFLORIDA..
her bottom about four Inches wide and in each month on the 4th

I' : ... .e N :c S. We are in receipt of a copy of the Annual fifteen feet long and sinking in about Sunday, while Mime will be changed to
l Report of the Florida State Horticultural five minutes six feetot water. the lilt Sunday afternoon, the hour to INDIAN R1TER: ICE FACTORY.
the Indian River Country.; On the St. Society for 1004. This volume The owners Messrs. Heath and Dickinson be arranged hereafter We welcome Mr. ,

I 1 Lnole River at New River and on Bay la well worth, to anyone Interested In went to work at onoe to raise Allen and his charming wife to our town, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
; horticulture or agriculture In the Stateof the vnsnel. The and predict for him a successful year's '
and repair Cherokee. Ia[ prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity--Sacked or loose. Special attention
Biaoayne. Prices to suit the times. Florida, five times its cost, and In- Is one of the most popular tourist work. Visitors are cordially Invited to paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my: motto.
Send for Land List. stead of the membership of the Society lion boats of Daytona, and has b exour-I be present. T.T. WETM ORE, Proprietor.
being five or six hundred, It should run this port several times while t
; Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. up Into thousands. This Report shouldbe tourists from Daytona to Miami, on this Fine Property For Sale. .
In the hands of every grower In the picturesque canal route.
State, but as tbe Society does not receive Tbe launch Ethel, F. M. Tyler In com- :c..D.i.t:1.g":: glusr: : .1oi.l.g'! ,
FOR SALE. any State aid In Its publication mand, was secured at Fort Pierce, and Two nice cottage adjoining each

the distribution of the book mast be Governor-elect Broward, Senator Mao- other in North Tltusvllle, with an acre and general Repairing of all kind.,
confined to its M. Barrs and Geo. Miles
Over 1,000 acres on Indian River, Fla membership. Anyone Wllllams J. F. of hammock and five acres of rich muck
Oan receive a copy of this book by remitting > proceeded on their trip to Miami, while Leaders, Gutters, Stove Pipe, Etc:, made to order. Pipe Fittings,. Etc.
BUILDING LOTS WILD LAND, 1.00 to tbe Secretary, as a Alex. Merrill, G\ij' Metoalf and Harry land, suitable for truck farm. Good

ORANGE GRAPEFRUIT GROVES membership fee. Beside the report Floyd were northbound passengers. Sun river front. The larger cottage has three
the members wilt) receive the benefit of day afternoon, en route to St. Augustine sleeping rooms and a.servant's room upstairs -Business Promptly Attended To- .
PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, the reduced rate. In traveling to and CspL Gleason stayed In ,Fort Pierce to ,
and ,
a parlor sitting room dining .
from the place,of meeting. assist the owners with the boat.METHODISTCONFERENCE.. ;
,' ; _.L.-$3to $1,000 PER ACME-- Send In your remittance at onoe to E. room and kitchen below. The adJoinIng Address or pall on GEO. J. WHITE, Tltusvllle, Fla.

Owing to poor health owner will sell O. Painter, Secretary Florida State cottage has two sleeping rooms and

any quantity desired, cheap, on easy Horticultural Society, :Jacksonville, Fla.', ., servant's room in depend story and .
terms. Rare opportunity for prolltable and you will get your membership dining and kitchen
sitting room, room The TitnsYillle Blacksmtth
certificate and of the book \ Shop
Investment. mall. copy by return Tbe annual oonference of the Metho- below. Large, brick cisterns 'to -both ,
HOLMES diet Episcopal Churches of Florida for
I JAS. ,
ll-12t Jensen FlaC 1904, held In Orlando, has completed Its houses. Adapted for a. .nice winter 0.. B. STEELE. Proprietor. '
PICKERTS.The business and adjourned to meet next ,
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i year at Ocala. home.App'y\ to. GEO.: M. Rownixa, All kinds of Blacksmith,Maohfne and Engine Boiler Work will be Jone by

C Bros. Four Plokerts and Company The appointments as 'announced by Tltusvllle Fla.. experienced workmen.
Hodgson Bishop Candller are as follows:
performed at tbe Opera house Tltus Bayard and St. Johns-To be supplied -Buggies and Wagons Made to Ordor'and Repaired-!-
vllle, on Monday evening, to a good A GOOD MEDIUM. '
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. house. The occasion was %a four act by O. Fans A bicycle, gun and.:.. .
East Coast-F. Pasoo, presiding elder.
Marine Railway comedy-drama," which was, entitled well received"A Wife's by Peril the Daytona MI..lon-J. E. Mlokler.' I Eau Gallic, Fla., Deo. 14,,100-1. G-on.ora1: B.opa h.op

I General Merchants and Chandlers. audience who loudly applauded each Titusville Circuit-W. F. Allen. i Editor East Coast Advocate: will be In
Ship Indian River Mission-W. A. Myers operated connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
member of the company.On Please.continue my ad. in the ADVOOATK. -
..Speolal Fort Fierce and Stuart Mission-T.W.,, I find that road SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-
Tuesday evening they gave: "Mallsa people your paper
for Hauling Qut, Storing and Repairing of the Mine" while on Tompkles. H. all over the country, and as an advertising
Beach Mission
Wednesday, at the matinee, they entertained 'West Palm Hlce. medium in my line, is a good "
F Yachts and Launches. Miami Mission=C. A.: Fulwood..
the audience with "Little Lord thing.:
Mention the .ADVOOATB when writing Fountleroy," and In the evening with Delray Mission-L. Oser. E. Har I have some cottages yet for rent, and The fieo. H Fernald Hardware 'Co
Key West, First Charge- A. when
the comedy-drama entitled, "Dr.! Jekyl will notify you to discontinue ad. ,
and Mr. Hyde. rison. Tours truly, "
BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. The entertainment throughout was WHo R. ROKSCII. San.for: : c1, :J1W1or:1d.a.:

well patronized by our people, and the MASONIC MEETING. -

actors seemed to give perfect satisfaction DEATH OF' McLAUGHLIN AGENTS FOR- .
Little Blanche Plckert the
capturing Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. A A.
:. I I will be located, In Eau Gallle after hearts of all by the sweet and natural M., held a communication in the Lodge- WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING 'MACHINES
manner in which she performed her part Indian River Tltuovllle Mr. Hugh McLaughlin, for many ,
July Dth, and be prepared to do all kindsof room, hotel on
1 lu the entertainments. Friday evening last, when quite a number years the boss of Brooklyn's democratic ACME HARROWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,
work In this line. Write me for estimates ( of brethern were present to assist party, died In Brooklyn, N. Y., last t
on your work. References If de HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS. Capt. P. Nelson (of South Titusville) week. Mr. McLaughlin was well-known F. >W DEVOE'S ,MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCE.
sired. Address, and Mr. G. F. Duren In taking the to many,resident* of Indian River, having
third degree, and to see that the goat visited Merrlt on several occasions.
THOS. F. KELLEY, The Southern Ry. will aell tickets to was not too fractious. Both candidates Of late he made Daytona- his winter ::a [aoh.:1n.o: : Sh.ops .
Box 232. Eau Gillie. Fla. all went through the ordeal with great: headquarter- iI.
points at a rate of ono-and-one-thlrd .
I flrst-class fare for the round trip. Tickets fortitude, and came out of the fracai ::::1; 1.bjn.g, mxx an.CI.o1a.1: .

I ................... on sale Dec. 23rd,94th 25th and 31st, without a mark or scratch from thegoat. Cabin, Launch Bargain.v ; or "
and January let,, 1905, with final limit Capt. Nelson and Mr. G. F. Dur.en -
!1.. iJ E. Vesey Hall, | January Oth, lOO are now full-pledged Freemasons. ,. A cabin launch fitted for cruising, 33x: 'S r.
k To teachers and students holding certificates 7>ix2, two cylinder four cycle engine I ,
Georglana Fla. Everything in Builders' Hardware.
< from
superintendents tickets
METHODIST CHURCH MOVED 33 h. p. .Speed( 6 to 7 miles per hour. ,
at above rates will be sold dally-17-24th,
: : Boat Builder. : Ideal boat for crulelng la Florida waters. .. '
; 1004-with final limit, January 8th, WRITE; FOR PRICES-
3 1005, Mr. J. E. Arnaut of Jacksonville, and Price, 55O.OO. Address,
i J ;ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. For further detailed Information and staff of men, arrived beret the first of;. box 333, Jacksonville, -

t! Write for Estimates. < rates apply to J. C. Lnsk, district the week,' for tbe moving the Florida. THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
passenger; agent, Southern Ry.,.Jacksonville Methodist church from its old positionIn i .
i I ...................... Fla. North Tltosvllle. to a more central: -.RV.rA.CT% BKB8 A9TO DBATJCBS: IX-
position In town vls.,...tbe corner of Christmas and New Year Holiday -
\ A Timely Topic.At I'alm and Main streets. Everything Kates. LUMBER AND BU1LDIKG MATERIAL-Everything to construct a honse.

being In readiness, the work of moving
this season of coughs and colds It commenced on Tuesday morning, and by -
r se e Is well to know that Foley's Honey and Wednesday Mn,Arnaut had the church The Seaboard Air Line Railway will Brick; Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work, Brackets.
; Tar Is the greatest throat and lung the this Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paint" and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.
remedjc. snugly settled on piers at lu new sell tlokts between all points In Nails and Door and
Hardware Window .
FrameDoor and Window Screen
cures quickly and serious
prevents home. This was rather a quick piece of third
results from a cold. Sold by Red territory at a rate of one andone- Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masnry's Paints and Varnishes.
' Cross Pharmacy TltunillaIllaclcamlth'Shop. work. straight fares for the round-trip. On sale Prices are not always the lowest, but stock Is always the Best.

AN APPRECIATED GIFT. December 83rd. 2-ttb. 23th, 31st and' -Yard. at Tltusvllle, Esu Gallle, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-

,' ,- 1st with final limit January 4th,1005. -

f;' Mr. XT. M.F.lagler: : ,with his accustomed The Seaboard has Issued very attractive

.\ I We do all kinds of blacksmith and generosity, baa given one hundred dollars flyers advertising these rates THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING'OFFICE
1 t t' wagon work, also boat building and to the''..building fund of tbe
repairing. All work guaranteed. Episcopal church at Little River.-Miami FOR ALL KINDS Off JOB PRINTING I
A Ettins A Sow, Tltusvllle, Fla. News. ', remember the. ADTOOATB office. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY!: JN THE COUNT
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