East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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East Coast Advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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LOCAL NEWS, Tim L.AKGI: ititicK: STOHI:. -:Mr. Willis Gerow, representative ol Mr, E. E. Grimes, a popular commoii : KllnrN Clothing mill Dry AMONG THE HOTELS.Tho .

the Standard Oil Co., was In town yesterday 'iitl' traveler was In town yesterday: I Good Ntoro.
Am'oc.viK In file I\tl! all the
of General Interest. J. II. WALKER & CO. to Cocoa.
kml Topics<< en route
Oil MILLER, THE DENTIN, WILL best lintels In New York city

TITUSVILLE, FLA. -Mr. Wm. M. Pi'indie was among the be at Titusvllle February (>th.Don't WE: WILL PLACE: ON SALE about

When you subscribe for the ADVO- Are better prepared to supply your recent lucky ones to return to Titusvillewith fall to see the C.'untry.lIall.1 :.100( Men's Negligee; \ Top Shirts, lu llgUIOH Manager H. II. Peek, of Hotel Mara,

CATS by the year, it does not cost you wants than ever before. \Ve are now deer in addition to and and I stripes, made of rxcollen Rnt-kledtfe, was a pleasant: visitor In
included. a quail : parade. tomorrow afternoon, and the .
three cents per week, postage especially strong on Men's Clothing, having i duck, play In the ev nllllt. Watch for tho quality cnmbilcs. and percales, at a town on Monday

Master Junior Stewart, left Titus added, within the past two weeks, special price of ;,Oats. each; all sires. Where to stop along the East Coast.
J : of funnier than circus..
-Mrs. George A. Soaverrw, Jr., parade> It's
Ltlle on Wednesday, for Fort Pierce, on a full line of Mcllwalne Knight, & Co.'s I BOYS':; KNEE PANTS, mndo of superior See:: list of hotels and boarding, house
Chicago has been enjoying a visit with
visit to his sister Mrs. O. C. Yates. Eagle Brand Clothing:, than which no -Mr. J., I). Hockuday of Savannah, quality of inuoln, merges and Eng on let, 4th, Oth and 7th pagos.
a : father, Mr. B. W. Currier, at Hotel
better is manufactured. Suits range In Superintendent of the Southern: Express lisp mixtures, 1117.0S\ from 4 to ill( former
GUAVA JELLY :FOB SALEby : Ormond, list week and this Mr. A. It. Wood again holds his position
PURE price from $:;.00 to f22.00.( We have also Co, enjoyed a visit at Hotel Royal i ppilco if l.U.'i: ; special, 7.otn.
River :Fruit Co. at a* chief room clerk at I'lio Break
the Indian added In Men's Pants the best line DO YOU :SMOKE ? Palm Beach, the first of the w06k. Mall Orders receive prompt attention
ers, Palm Beach, whore he greet many
| Rockledge, Fla. in America, made by the "Pants King"of If so, g> to the Rod Cross Pharmacy, Mr. Nelson attorney JUI.IUM IvI.INK:,
Saylcr, n )prominent old lends dully.Mr .
-Mrs. E. B. Wager returned home on the world. Tltusviile, and get a good cigar. of Cincinnati, has been staying TltiiHvllle Fill '

Monday, after a pleasant visit to Say OUR SHOES, "Star Brand" Bannla- Twenty five brands'to select from. In Palatka, for a while, accompanied 1 by Janie II. Johnson, owner of that

annab where she went to meet an old ters, Try :Me, Lennox etc., etc, need no -John Thompson, the funny comedian bin daughter Miss Siylur. They 1 have -Mr.1'1'. '''Weltch touto agent of the popular hotel, tho Grand Atlantic, Day

Introduction. No hot air; they are It. Southern Express Co., nrtivcd In town tuna, has. joined bin son, Claude and
friend. gave an entertainment at the Opera many friends on the East Const.
OUR DRY GOODS STOCK Is jcsteiday.Dr. Tod. lie could not stand the very cold
| Messrs.. Randall & Craig, the new replete house, Monday night.* The attendance
FOR S"\LE-Tlle fnmous Toquet Gasoline ; wtmtlior North longer.
photographers! have erected their tentsn with the season's best, and the prices was very good notwithstanding the fact and Mrs, E. E. Itolllnx have any
Marine !Motor The best In the
Julia street, and are doing some first. we are offering now, will surprise you. that he had been in Titusvllle on two moved Into tho cottage on l'I&lnllltroot, Chief Room Clerk Fred C. King, of the
worM for launches and for auxiliary
lass work. We have received to-day and have on previous oeciiniotiH.Mrs. druft. I lately vacated by Mr. anti Mrs J. M. Royal Polnolana,.Palm Roach baN boon
use in sailing Drop a postalcard
display, the largest and best line of O.tbrtn. jill smiles this week, owing to the fact
E J. Blair of arrivedin
R Merrttt
home ,
-Mr. C II. Walton l to C.. F. Norton, Cocoa 211Mr &
OVERALLS, ever shown In Titusville. Tltusville )last and Is that Im has roomed a great many dlstlngulshad -
thU week after spending several daysat on Saturday -Mm. Oeo.- M. Robbins and Master
We also have the ,advance styles inGentlemen's : II. B. Ransom, of Jacksonville, guest s of late.
the week of the
Hotel Ormond, where he went to spending as guest bom- Rufus Robblns wore among those who
down-to the-minuto HATS a former resident of Tltuvllln, In sending
witness the automobile races. ; bier Cottage. Mrs. Blair Is a property went to Daytomi to sue tho automobile On our lib page will be found the ad.
"swell." us another yeni's subscription, snys:
they are
owner at :Menitt. racen.. of Tho Inn, Ormond, managed' by Mr.
-Mr. and Mrs, Fred fl'. Kettle of We received yesterday, another lot orLADIE.s' "Tlie ADVOCATK In perused with much
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT( FOR -Wanted, the address of r,. B. liiltt, 'Vm. S. Kennoy. This I III a flrst-clas
wish tho
have been week and
st. Augustine, enjoying a DRESS 8 Kilt rs. These interest every we
ale In the Indian a furniture dealer. Is probably; ""rnowhe.'o hotel In every respect although
quantity by
week at Hotel Ormond any and editor continued SIICCOMH.
visit of a or so skirts al'e. without question, the best paper
Kiver Fruit Co.; at Rockledge. "We on the East Coast nmall. It III 1 located on tho oooan beach, ;
where they made many friends. ever offered at the prices we have on
!SOUVENIR BOXES OF KUMQUATHfor bountiful of the
: and command n view
-The ADVOCATE staff have been en- them. deal In nothing but fancy fruit. sale by the Indian Rivet l Fruit Co., -Mr. E. II. Norton, u broker of Wa'i Atlantic ocean. Remember The Inn,

joying a bounteous supply of the famous OUR FURNITURE STOCK: never -:Miss Annie Morgan, who has been at Rockledge, Fl.i. blade to represent street, New York has been enjoytug a when you go to Ormond. *

Indian River oranges this week, through neglected, and we are now prepared to on n visit of several weeks with Mrs a box of oranges and l can be seut visit with hia wife\ at tho RlvorVlow,

the kindness of Mr. Andrew Fioscher.Mrs. ., meet any competition. We pay the. Latham, at Grant, has returned to the by mail. Meriltt, this, week. They will take a Mr G. !Failntosh, treasurer of the

freight on all orders of $' .OO or over. home of her parents in the suburbs of cruise on the Rose Mal'le. with Capt. Hot Springs Hotel Co., of Virginia, Is at

S. E. Harbour Is again at Eau SPECIAL CLOSING: OUT PRICEon Titusville. -Mr. .Jame (1. Bennett and sister Jack Lallln are retaining north. tho Royal Potnolana for n' while. Mr.

Gallle for the winter, and her many broken suits In Miss Bennett, of New \ork, are at Rook- 'ikilritimli wa formerly oaahfor of the
Boy's Clothing. Mr. Chas. A. Gardner Is having
,: a RANDALL A CRAIG TO. THEI'liutoaraphers
friends have been giving her a hearty Come and see what we have to offer ledge, having arrived on the Florida /Royal 1'olnclanii, and has a great many
seawall built In front of his. for
welcome. Mrs. Barbour spent the summer coquina Special, last Satiml.iy. 111 r. and Miss are now toady friends. both In Hot Springs and Palm
lesldence. Mr. Gardner in guarding: wanting
business Titusvllle. Parties
I you.Yours
in Great Britlan. for continued favors and service, Bennett spend nearly every winter at loicli.: lie I I" not only an expert fisherman -
iigalnst another storm, like the one that I'oitrajts.) or views can get them
JOHN. R. WALKER A CO., Rockledg, where they have a host of but I I.* a good hand on tho golf
-Capt. Gee G. Gleason came downto struck the East Coast last year, and now. Come at onco, as they will not
Titusville Fla. ft lends.Mr.. Inks.
Titusvllle. from ,st. Augustine, Monday washed away several places on the river bo here long. Wo will give I"atrollil"OOt
i to look after the dredging now bank. -: Henry M. Flagler and party work at reasonable prices. Coma Hotel Orniorul, at Otmond, FU,, has
-Mr. T. F. Williams, of Seabreeze been taxed, to It.* utmost capacity during
Canal for West to bu
being done at the Ilaulover by I left on Sunday Key gone and We develop and print
MOO im.
was. among the visitors to Tltusvllle RANDALL CR.tiGCo's.. TENT, TI. two week and out were much
tlio Coast Line Canal & Transportation at least week.. With him, In a private work pant ,
yesterday tuivllle, Is. the place to get Photographs amateur" In Over 5(10( people wore In the
Co.'s dredge. car, were 1\1 Wllllan It. Kenan, President request.'
Portraits Views f {Copyingold George E. DeWalter master of
Geo. W. Parrot, of the East Coast lintel hotel last week and every' room WILlioccnplel
The friends of Mr.
I -Dr. Robert W. Bragg of Virginia many pictures are our specialties./ le- ceremonies at the loyal Polnclann! returned but there .
Mr. It. T. HolT Mr. Buck' ; now are spare roomswaiting
P lot has arrived at I'alm Beach !Scoble were pleased to see him on the Company; for the Tide.
Springs, velotIog I and printing.Mr. on Sunday season.' tourists
iud is again at The Breakers where he streets yesterday, having arrived the with, also, ofliclfiln of the railroad, and Is his Ilfth year at Palm (Beach, and he for Incoming hundredroom '
addition of
night before. John D. Crlramlns, of New Dr. Andrew'Anderson, of st. Augustine The new one
jHillbe located as resident dentist for knows a1of\ the old timers, says the
York I U the .Irst victor In the ilshlng who Is one of Mr. Flugler's most Intimate to the Ormond tills n long felt
the season Dr. Bragg has made many DR. MILLER, THE DENTIST, WILLbe Palm Reach News. lie upends. his
the ofllce has
tournament which has been on for the friends.-I'.ilm; Beach New, want. What" was formerly
friends who welcome his return each at Tifsville, February 0th.rMr summer at the Mnnlmnnet, !Shelter In the entire
been by taking
past week says the Palm Beach News. enlarged
cnson to Palm Beach. -Mrs. !F. A. Morgan and Miss\ Daisy, Island N. Y. lie has a number. of now
still ,
and Mrs. E. M. Holm an are Monday morning he caught an amberjack width of the front piazza, making a large

i -Mr. and Mrs. I. D. H. Ralph, prom I. at the Brock House Enterprise, and report which weighed nearly fifty pounds Brady were among the pleasant callers cotillion figures, which will\ be soon here and, delightful foyer 110 feet long and
at this oflloo on Wednesday. and, Inform of the / balls later In tho
at some big smMOIl. -
who themselves immensely. 55: feet wide A detached veranda C20 ,' i
lent residents of Philadelphia, enjoying and takes the prize offered for the first >
ed tho editor of the ADVOCATE that he
ate been spending several weeks at They expect to visit Titusvllle and fish caught in the contest. Mr Crim- eat IonIC and :'JJ:. feet wide oomplotoly encircles -

lotel Ormond, expect to be at the other places on the East Coast anon. mln's capture Is taken as a sign that the bad boon elected honorary member of the -Among the dinner patttoH given on the, new wing/ which IM built out

Jtotel Indian River, Rockledge, this -Prof. and Mrs. Charles B. Cory, of amberjacks have returned from their Lidles' Progressive/ Culture Club of TI- Saturday evening last, at Hotel Ormond(I, from the front of tho liouiflj" toward the J 'I

reek. Mrs. Ralph, is a charming young Boston have returned to Palm Beach visit to the gulf ntro.ini.Mrs. tusvllle. Thank you, ladles. This Is was one tendered by Colonel F. O. Watts, river 'llils veranda command a grand

parried lady who has host of friendst a very popular organization/ : and the president of the First National Bank of view of the river and tho western sky.
the Ormond. for the winter season, and are occupying -! Geo. W. Soobie who has. been Chills<< social functions are of a very high Nashville" In honor of the tenth anniversary The present ofllce, Including the railroad

their; cottage.,: Prof and Mrs. Cory have visiting Mrs C. S. Schuyler, at Jensen; order.
of the marriage of !Mrs. B.ikor, ticket oflloo, the curio, telegraph, tele-
THE INDIAN RIVER FRUIT CO, OF received a warm welcome from their and, Mrs. John Miller, of Eden, for the .
THE POR r'F.Ic PRODUCM\ : A COMmission wife of iv" prominent Kentucky physicianDr. phone and now stands, eto., hits been q
Lotus Merritts Island Fla. have friends. who expected them South at an three weeks returned to her
past/ two or
Covers laid. '
W. Baker.
Company of Jacksonville\ were removed to the now wing, giving large
opened a branch office and salesroomat earlier date. Still, Prof. Cory Is In timeto home on Wednesday. Mrs. Scoble's
which Is Florida's largest and best For nix, which Included! Colonel Watts, and spacious quarter I *.
Rockledge Fla. where can buy carry off a few golf prizes health has been very much Improved by
you .
fruit and produce house solicits your of Nashvlllo, Term.; Mr. and Mr. Chas The circular grill room time entranceto
oranges and grapefruit in any quan- SOAPS The largest line on her visit. Little Miss Merle, who has Wei of Mrs. from afford
TOILET consignments. They deal exclusivelyIn M. Hen n, Loulxvllle Ky.; which I IA the office, a

"trl the East Coast at prices to suit every been with her mother at Jensen return fruits and produce, consequentlyare linker, of Preston; Ky.; Mr. Chas II. seating. ouimclty for 10 persons, and I.I I.I

-Capt. Benj. W. Jerome expects to body. New stock. At the Red Cross ed yesterday. In a position to give your consIgn- Walton, of Titusville, Fla.; and Mr. '1'. D. I very artistically furnished.

lave< here next week, for'Palm Beach Infm Pharmacy Titusvllle.Mrs. BURNT LEATHER AND WOOL goods ments the attention they deserve. Edwards, .n well-known capitalist and Outside of the house there are many

fine launch, and he will be accom- Edgar A. Freeman, who lias -hand painted. A beautiful selectionof GIVE THEM TRIAL.. :2U-20:! landowner, of Union City Tenn. The Important new building: a dormatory

Dinied by Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bender, been spending a few weeks In Daytona, hand mirrors, glove and handker- table was presided over by Colonel; of thirty-live room for chafTeurs, a dining -

romlnent residents of Albany, N. Y.iIr. baa returned to her Philadelphia home on chief boxes, etc., on displayat the Red -Mr. Chan. F. Naethlng; of New York ; Watts, who gracefully "did tho honors" room for the same, with seating capacity :

[ Bender was a school-fellow of Mr. account of Illness In the family. Mr. Cross Pharmacy Tltuavllln.Messrs. Senator: Wm. J. LaRoche, and Mr W. of the evening The table was beautifully for 73; a garage with annexes,

red Sterry of the Royal PolnBiana Haztewood, of Brooklyn ; and Mr. J. decorated for the occasion with which accommodate\ : IM auto, and
manager freeman and his friends. Coulter and J. II. McConnell and it. W.
Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs..Bendr with ROSH Valentine, of Wood bridge, N, J., roses and other (lowers; and the party- a large, brick.giiolone house, 10x10 feet,
Young, had some good sport Bryant of Ashevllle N. C., were pleasant
arrived In Titusville yesterday.Mr. of Titus. who have been on a hunting cruise of like all social uff,tlrs at Meimrs.' Anderson .4 well a* many other Improvement
the office
In neighborhood this
and duck callers at on Saturday
several weeks on Indian and Banana A Price's famous hotel-was one of the The hotel staff' Include: Messrs. Anderson -
B vllle but on Wednesday they decided to last. Mr. Bryant Is a member of the
o. II. Voss of Enterprise, ; livers[ on the houseboat, Hose Marie, pleasant events of the evening. A Price mantgor; I). J. Tru-
to Fort Pierce to try the fishing, and Inn of Lee A Bryant commission merchants -
topped over In Tttusvllle on Saturday, go In command of Capt. J, M. Laflin, have leuu, room clerk; Chan Davis, cashier;

jn route to Miami where he will be will make their headquarters at the cozy of that resort town, and a regular returned home. They had tine sport NOT FROZEN. E. (I. Brown assistant cashier; II. (T.

B/'inectecl/' with the new saloon to beBirted and up-to date Fort Pierce hotel. reader of the ADVOCATE, while Mr. Mc- with duck while here. Mr. Naetblng Marvin, front clerk;_ W. Harms, book-

by George Zapf of West ,Palm IF YOU NEED A HIGH-GRADE SEW Connell came to Florida from reading the will probably return later. Notwithstanding the fact that many keeper; ; ROM Wllmot\ key clerk; Cha

B'Uch' which will be located at the Ing machine or parts attachment or ADVOCATE and had his name placed on Referring to Mr. and Mrs. HofTman crop of oranges; were frozen throughout J. Root, night clerk; Mis H. M. Saw-

t "rner, of Ninth Street and Avenue D. needles for any machine. Write to F. our list. M.r. McComell is located for for Florida, the /grove of Judge 10[. S. and Miss Anna Owen, stenographers -
have visited
Rockledga yer
'. the winter at C.ronada, near New Allan, Jones and Mr. E. W. Hall escaped the
Voss Jackson
by his 419. W. Bay street, 1 1Mrs.
/ was accompanied -O. Miller several!, winters, a recent issue of the freeze, and the orange crops were not > ; Miss Dalton, telegraph operator;

"Phew, Mr. Ralph Voss, of Tanners- Title Fla. He sells\ everything I In the Smyrna. Baltimore Sun said: "Mr. and Mr*. Hoffman Injured. This Is owing to the fact that Ru tli Case and Mm. Wm. Chesley ,

RUe\ X. Y., who is on a visit to binBacle. line at cut prices; also, a splendid 18 yds yard wide brown cotton ".00. Allan will leave Baltimore todayon these /grove are located back of the In charge of telephones; A. J. Fitzgerald

line of second-hand machines on hand, Mens Fleece-lined underwear the Southern Palm limited for St. Sebastian River, on the East Count and head waiter; Wm. O'Connell, head bell-

) J J for a short time, at from $3.CO to $10,Ot) ) SPECIAL per suit T[>c. Augustine/ where they will join lon.V.. are The nearly lowest surrounded point trie by lake thermometer man; 8 un Smith hand. porter; Miss M. L

For Sale. We pay the freight. 23-4 Cotton down FELT mattresso $12.50. R. Pryor of New York Mr. Allan's sis reached at these orange groves' was :'ft A. Clark, housekeeper; Mr. Pettlngtll, M

A. s -The southbound train at 3:43' Sun- VALENTINES t VALENTINES t ter. :Mrs.: Pryor aod Mr. and Mrs. Allan andfourths: and It only remained at chef; Wm. C'benley, steward. 1
9 p. Auto-asolene engine In for lOc.furnituredrygoodiaboes. that point a short wlilU.
Mixing Spoons cake
composed of two will\ remain In Florida until the 1st of
B''od day afternoon, was I the of these
condition. Also propeller-wheel It gratifying/ to owner Auxiliary Houseboat 'i'
Conductor R. E. Brown, who was CHAS. A. GARDNER, Titusville, Fla. been In St. Augustine/ and Daytona for are safe and sound, and In a couple of For sale or charter. 40 ft. over all;

L.340 H.Luckie HARRIS St., taking: the train to Miami, to be run in Auxiliary Cabin Liuinch. several days, are now at Ponce Park for weeks or so they will commence shipping I 10 ft. beam; 22 In. draft; well furnished

i.i' the; future from Miami to Palm Beach. the fishing and In commission. $800.Ueo. .

Atlanta, Ga. Conductor Brown had his wife with him, For sale, cheap Auxiliary Cabin Sloop Or. J'elgel I I.. C'omlntf. A. ROWE, i / ,

make their home In Palm ft.: draft 20 Inches ;
and they will ICxT'a! ; two years Orange Grove for Hale. Daytona, Flo.
A Winter-home. Beach for the rest of the winter, while old. Fitted with a 4 b. p. Mlanus engine Pr. C. C. Felgel. the well-known (dent-

[ 730.00; will buy;; -; beautiful location Mr. Brown Is on his run. practically new, and works splendidly. Manhattan Orange Grove Rockledge, lit, who Is now at Fort Pierce, expects Palmer Engine: l-'or Hale.

r a winter 450 square: feet sail, awning for Fla. A floe orange grove full bearing to be In Titusvllle on the 20th of this "
[' home on celebrated MerritU 24 New and he wants all his old and For sale a 5 h. p. Palmer Engine, shaft '
and l, between For; Sale. cock-pit. gal copper tank Ice box, trees. A fine house, furnished. month 't
Indian and Banana for to bear this In mind. Work and wheel, nearly new. Cost 4 183; will 1. "
I: five bands toilet. This boat U fully equip- packing boas, barn, etc. Reason new patient
acres Improved, with fine front- done to the satisfaction of M ell for 173.CM). Reason for selling: Own-
e on both Four ped for cruising./ Reason for selling: selling: too much care and responsibility. everyone Itl I
- riven-frost protection. Regal Gasoline Engines. Cycle. Illness[ of the owner Address Enquire for full particulars of Mrs. II. heretofore. Remember February 20th, er wants a larger; engine. Address, .
ellent ,
1 P Particulars fishing and shooting. Jump spark. One 3 h. p. In stock SOY, pricetI2S.00 2.Jtf Dr. J. B. Ross, Julius Smith, Rockledge Fla., or ">J I and wait his arrival If you want first- I J. )[. LAH.IX, !. ,

"ogan Sc., c.JacksooTllle BCCKMAX Fla. JAS. PRITC T ARiA Fla., TltuiTllle, Fla. :Montclair Ave., Montclalr, N. J. 21.13 class work done at a reasonable rate. 21-3 Utf Titusvllle, Fla. >



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people are thut happy til with cliunji.nThat a'Hliaple.' sweet Is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the AGENTS FOR-
liuppluons MACHINES
Indian ..: '"" No. 00 It It 1* un nlniOMphcre that I mildly Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. WALTER A. WOOD UARVESTINO

.rl/./ 1 Tltusville, charms, but never IhrllN. tile western ACME: HAUnOWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROW';*,
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t Lodge. tin won.lan. fourth Friday est note of the national I !II!'f., Is sounded
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of each, inoiitb ailhnlr rntMti, Indian IllverBotul In yuinnto dainawbl., ./III 1110 spirit, pa- yn .
,Tltim'Ilia, at 7::.')()clock I', III. Holism and even this Is beyond our l } IVIttallirio: : ihopa,
Jlf.8.8HII1II, WorHhipfiil :Matttor. it la empty of
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OF EASTERN HTAK."VriiMKlHlilii The old original GlIOV :'g TiiHtelens r( y !r -- ------
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in Urn M.uvmlu |,!oilK: ;< room, Tilimvlllit: : on tho,. taking. It lu iron and qulnioe In::, tasteless -
and third 'I'II"IIIY. III uiwih month HtTi'MI'
Unit in. Tliu following am the olllvura/ of the form. No: euro no pay: OOcts. at the
,, Southern Railway
Chapter: find Cioss Pharmacy, Tltunvllle, }<\\l. -
MIB KatoStownrf, W.. M. -
. W. 1'. ,
F A Morgan -
Mrs F. A. .Morgan, AnHrxslata,, M.Mr HAMLET'S MALADY. 1/ ,
n. It. WIlHon Bncrotary.Mrn. _
J. ICIInn, 'l'r""lIr"r. --
Mrs..J M. 1)Ion. Comliititrnim: A Stnitr: of till Meliinphaly: lliino and
) 14.""., Ammoliilo, Con. Two Trains Daily
MI MlsalosalsNnhIdM4.114N 'nt.hciriin: .. Kiith, III. M
Jlfr (tai W. Hcoll,Ada.Mne.1.1..C,11'rlitIo The tniKcdy/ i.f lift inlet! Is that a man
,rs, M.irllin. -TO--
Mm. M. A. Hcrlinicnour, Kntliur.Mrs. of a peculiar Introspective temperaliient -
Clni. M. Uolihlim, Kloctil.' I U called upon to settle! a practical Cincinnati and Chicago
",..Itlln. Warder C Washington and
f',J]. 111 II.. "1"n.III'ntln..'. crisis Hamlet knew this. very wellUlniMolf n I I Ii

J. H. Wnlkrr Mnrnlml. und that makes the tragedy i r lit MII "Southern's. ]>.lni Limited; "Chlen ;o sod Florida Mpeelol""New
L Carnitbera, Chu|>laln.
de Itmtun never doubted .. ''
'iier. ,.
York and llorld Kxi>r. II Kloria Llll tecl';
that he
once his decision wax taken rlorlda I.lmlfed."
"'V..hln"ton anti
wall tlie right man to cure the evils of

THE.FRUITFUL. '-ta tone; hamlet duubtcd from tho very .

b'glnulLlj& -No. 84 "o, :12 I A n. 3fluiul To Clmttttitontfo.. Cln<*!n* No. t r.. \,,, i 1
Tho limos are out of joint. O cursed spite I To WnnlilnRtun N.Y.AF. Palm W. & F.EYlirmn ....tlKnd ""100"0. Chir'u": 1 I'''nda I I
iTlsina u. I That ever I wan born to net them rl"ht. row York. : Kliii'd LIUl'rI. >tll'C'l.ll| 'I I IN[,,,IIIT.vSt '

pV RY lie was too fine, too distinguished, I nnnin It'lrihm 8 l Iv 8tAuuiiBtine..T .... .... .. .. ....
1)( (
TATHEIEl U: ninth T IHlpm h Hia/:" ; cqm"
to be the kBonvllle .. .. D JJOnm' '
Y ( character .1 I! too Intellectual! u ,,,
t. 1 I) (lupinAr Ar Ohattanooga.'j !!\1w\" hen II
... l> 4Mnu 1015am I
Instrument which fate demanded. Ar W..hlnj1ton; .... 41,1pm; BananaNo Ar Cincinnati........... .. .... 7Ainnl 711I1'''' ,
rough andI1nqmdlflc,1 New York 4 1.1pm Ar Chicago. ........ .... ...... B .inpii 71'111.' '
lie has the fatal malady of analyzing No other female medicine In the world has received such widespread 3.J-uSew: York and Florida Express' ,' -I
I which Is gonerally No.J\-hCllleRgo 1'lorlila Spci-l' nu' |
:. I II his own motives endorspment. Unity.Yc. .
I F destructive of notion. If you oncejeglu No other medicine has such n record of cures of female troubles or such :33_"The.Southern's Palm Umitoil" Dully except No. 13 Bumlnv.-"Tlie FlorldaLlndteL". Dulh.

unking yourself what the hosts of grateful friends as has exeeptMnudny No. 3d-"'Iba Washington. end FlorldlLlm No 13-"The Florida Li iinltod,"to dal Athn lt. '"il,. "". '

results and cousiviuencea' of a definite Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.It Itod," Daily. -- throiiQflil'iiliiiianSlceplnirCar, Memphis and Kansas: CitNu. ". I. miinlngham /
act you will thud that ut the moment will entirely cure the worst :forms of Female Complaints all Ovarian - Cincinnati Night N'o-SII/: : : .t' \,, ::
of action your will Is paralyzed by excess Troubles Inflammation nnd Ulceration. }'n11l up und Displacement of the To> Aahovlllo mid Tr.ilii. Ti Alfcvii "1II.1\", un... Palm Nitlu "

of scrupulosity, us Iliinflet'a{ was Womb, and con e'luentSpinal/ Weakness uud is peculiarly adapted. to the lVf\tAuIIU..tllllJ; \ ................. .... .. .. a-Illlm| -________ Llni'fl vale !
whi-ii with his drawn sword he saw his of Life. Jacksonville .... .. .... .... ...... .. .. T Mpm Iv St Augustine .. . .. ..::: T ii ,u.,.pipe.
Change Lcucorrhreii than any other remedy ....... ._" ......... ....... .... I 6ipm 1 I.P iliU'knunvllle. \ .......... .. ....12: !2111'11I It was u disease of will Jt has cured more cases of Backache and Ashavillo .... .... ...... .. > I
uncle praying cases It ..... .... .... .....'. J... .... :2 37pm' Savannah"' 4 2fi|>iu l' (nlplD
'from which Hamlet was Buttering. Inany the world has ever known. It Is almost infallible In such Ar ArClntm..IIII.lint Springs. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... II IIIm1lNo. ArHUokvlllo............ .... . 7 I nom
dud tumors from the Uterus' in an early stage of de Hlnckrlllo.... .......... .. S 11pm,. ", I TunArAlken
other times It would not have !been dissolves expels :3D( -Daily. I'lillnmn Drawing I :Itmnn IlulTetPlupplnif . ... .. .. ,....... ..... II iupm! -. Fan" I
so fatal In thin particular, time when velopment. Menstruation "Wenltnenn of the Stomach < nr.jn"k"I>nvllle toClnelluultl. through Augusta ..... ... ...... ..lOJifipm. "i. Van
Irregular Suppressed or Painful "The Laud. of the Bliy." I IN
Ue was l'ulletl11'011 to do u specific act Indigestion JJloutinj. Flooding1! Nervous l'rostratlon.lIeRdl che, General Debility -II (). 32-"Tlie Volm limited." Dull except I
OLD AGE. _to UMuiire Ills father and kill tho quickly yield to It. Womb troubles causing pain, weight and backache In- Suiul ly. I'ullnmn Cnr train with liminc Ian.

-- usurper-It U nt he, but a man rather Btuntly relitver.lan,1 permanently cured by its use. Under nil circumstances it 1'atlinan roiiucotlntj Car at for Hlackvllle Alkon and with Augisti.No. train, carrying I

I>ant BlUKtem In Tlivlr Si.liert-n \VliaWore ot tine Jo'OI.tnn'IIH! : build who will be invigorates the female system and is as harmless as water. Excellent Dining Car SerVice "WaHhmirtim and Florid:, l.milteil.' I,

Pant twenty.: the ,;it\'fur of f11oc.t: '. Observe1, too! Jt quickly removes that Hearing-down Feeling excitability, extreme, irritability lassitude nervous-"don'tcare" ville Pullman unit UlucKvllle Sleeping\ ear to A.lken Jiickaniivllh-and Augu.?ta.Illiwk' i
myriad minded lie and want-to-be-lel't-alone fcelintr, c-
The tall liiiiulsonic, ; thnt. like many hilcllcctuul men the "blues"and 1
Goethevruu lit ut UU. liiHks till he cannot be sure of hiM own 1l1U.I, lie ness headache., Dizziness, Fulntncss These are, sleeplessness sure indications flatulency of Female melancholy Weakness or some derangement For Sleeping Car liberations, Maps, Folders, and Information, appl tll

was nearly; ilKhtytlii'co"ycurs); ; olil. IIeproduced the g'.iost: of his miirdorud: father, Kidney Complaintsand I
neon! of the Uterus, which this medicine always cures. LtJSII:: :. )lst. Pass Agt.,
a- O.
the Ih-Kt part of his iniisttT- but Is It an Imnout. jt,1I..I.. i Is/ Jt) eerily Backache of either -sex, the Vegetable Compound always cures. ,

piece, "Faust" ut llflj'-ttt'ven. tho Jtcc- his fathi-r's spirit iiamlft bolleves lu Those women who refuse to accept anything else arc rewarded a hundred 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. i iB.
cud pint when eighty: yours old and It on the battlements of KUInore, but thousand times for they ret( what they want a cure. Sold by Druggists!

wrote 1I"1ot hilt frost bountiful po- disbelieves It In ututhor: everywhere. Refuse allSllbbtltutea.VYi.J.J. .
be entirely .
It. HAUDWICK,]'. T. M., Washington; 1>. C. "', }I.TAYLOE, 0.1'. A. Washington I) +i
um at HL-vcnly-llvo.", His: of our fovu- mood when despite' the evidences, of
BROOKS :MORGAN': A. G. P.A.. Atlanta. Oa.
mo"tml'l'lelll1 poets and nil but one his senses he talks of "the \bourn from

la quantity us well in In junllty of which no traveler returns." Tho traveler : M. IMZcO-riff: ,

Verse-1 try u nt, AVlilttlcr, Longfellow who hud returned Is dismissed apparently fOlEnUONEr TAB
Lowell. Ilolnu'H mid Knicraun-Hvod to as fantasy of Ills bruin. And FOLEYSHONET
F'airi.ter:: : and: perh.o.c..ger.: : Jffo ._", ta'"
ege vuryhiH; troll, Bcvt-iity-llve\ toelghtyflYe these" supernatural visiting In such nu Cure Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia forfftlldrani faf, cure.

uiiil were productive to the analytic Introspective' mind do not

last Dr. IIolmcH wrote hi hln eighty' ns A matter of fact supply him with .

flftli year that "time don not threatenthe the motive for his subsequent action DAYTONA, FLORIDA ..

old< iiiiui so often with the scythe 1'Uo ghost can make him \put on an antic r

AS with the Bun bllg." yet; lie wrote disposition play wIth such croatur I
for occnsloim nl-\ and Oulldeiisteru All kinds of Sign and house Painting, Paperhanging' Etc., promptly attendedto
brilliant verso npralnl > Itosencruntz:
4 as
i < to do
staff of I'racllClllmcn employed
at any place cm the East Coast. A large:
most to the end. deride the senile huniorlngs of
Theodor MonuiiHiii the historian a El us and, lessen the torrent of his words this kind of work. -

man of almost hislgiilticnnt stature against his mother Hut what tho ___ __ .______ ____ _ __ __ __ __ _.__ - __ ___u
mud ..tuncln tell frame, manifested In ghost cannot do Is to make him kill Ills I

tin clKlity-Blxth and lust year the tucrgy uncle, lie murders him at last, moreor Hodges & O'Hara ..
oC u intin lu middle life. The Karl less accidentally because his mother ,

of Dundounld though lie \vna always wns poisoned nnd Laertes'bad plae..l ) ..Manufacturers and Dealers in..,
In hot tatter and his whole llfo wasa foul I In the 'fencing bout. 'Bo curiously I

series! of qua irr >ls-though ho performed cli'structtvp of strong, practical no sail lh CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER .
Home of the uont daredevil volition H nn intellectual: mnlady when Dresst.d

feats re-corded In tl
warfare winning uiiiny lirllllant' victories Introspection, self analysis met Mills and ofllce located at Buffalo 111 u IT, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto

against enormous odds-lived tp nphysical IIpl'cl1lntloll.-'V L. Courte- any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'liar a, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. '

elshty-tlvo and wrote his history of the I nay In National Review.VOR ( .- - -_.-
liberation of 1'erii, Chile and Brazil: i The F. E. C. R'y Timecard

1lt1,1"The Autoblogruphy of a Sonumn," ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING

two luoHt vigorous lucid nud dashing remember tho AUVOCATBS office. Florida Oranges and Grapefruit
wOl'lt8.1 1Il1('I' tho stress of intense

physical pain lu tho lust three ;years of

Ills llfo. AT.SO EARLY': VKOF.TAHf.Ea': : WAXTHH BY -
Sir Charles Jnnyn NiiiHer, tho hero SMALLEYMarine .
\ : c.
of Bclnile, \vu sixty before he hold any ,'' ; \. '
coiiiuiand. lie fought and won Clark \- . .
great successfullygreat \I.1asoc.: M_ : ; ', .
great battles, governed j ,
provinces and achieved n great New York. .
110 :Murray Street .
name lung after that period. ot life hud Engines. .
paistHl when, aooordlnn to an antique

morality not quit exploded. It be- Member of tho National League of Commission Merchants of the United States
hooves man to lay anl
the present' ) life and to prepnro ills soul '" v-"'-11_..... Stencils and Quotations Cheerfully; Furnished Will appear in this space

tor the next.-Saturday Kvenlut Post. :::::5i
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LOVE IN JAPAN. P. R-uhlixian c& Co. "

It I. Very: IIIITrrrn From That. >tH Washington St. 1 l NEW YOllK.itj J;.. ., , ,
\VlilrhViiruiK. the Vvnlrru llenrt.Tho : Jlurray I :Street:) J N. 1'- ,
s boys and girls thu ;young men I .

and yuuu; womoa of Japan do love F , h't ; -
,1 i .
each oilier, I ttuppoHo but one never KS
sees the ull;;litest shadow of evlilenco -s 1 Oranges Pineapplesand .. .. -
to provo It. The ttplfit of love 1.11.11I0t : .' )

iloifilnnta the national life as 1C dues ,

iu America uuU the countries of Kurope. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We ,

Japans poets Oo not sing of
love; her story wrltvra tell no talea of ''If Interested, write for catalogue am represent several of tho latest shippers In your :State, and wish to represent

love thut can thrill nu AngloSaxonLeurt ; : i Information toE Established 30 .
111110. Give us a nial shipment. years.Kll'AHLISHKD
and tier artists paint no pictures

of love that can 1''ul'l1th" Aunlotfuxoaundei'Mtaud.nti. L. BOSTROM, Agent. --- -' -- ---- Next: :: Weel: -

Now, considering all : !: 1(70.
there bo such thing ns
this how can a !
"good old Muumii-r tlmt lu tliU laud

of BuiulHuV And yet there U, cud It Is W. E. SWOOPE= M. Lane & Son .
especially delightful lu Us way too a .I. -

because the JupuuvHO' art u nation of
feitaluiH and plvuU-Uers! of torture icy 230:> WAS Di,TON STREET, NEW YORK. ..
ers und world Ueaiulllciu anti It one

cuu only lose night of the fact that G elurnl: . .
everywhere one wen the poor little Southern Fruit and Produce

women tutvkly along bohlud the .. .l\Ica..ehululipo.p.: : s.r' s.
men who stalk potupously ahead asV .

they owned the earth one may ul- Merchants.: "
::: ::: ::
most t-iijoy ouetsolf. OKOCF.RIES AND CIGARSA
Owe never BVUM u woman caressed r1
Japan not even with a glance; one 5;
.eldum Hers u, baby tOIl0.11\'t.l-1t1 fact ,
all huiuun teudernvus or vxprvssloa olbimmu Hobo Sound, .. Florida Steoclls, Cards and .> u quotation furnished on application.


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Professional Cards. :Notice. .'
EO. M. ROBBINS, fllO ALL CONCERNED TAKE NOTICE': Knur Mnr .>f :Malnlnlntnir n Sue*. A Mllncre I_>U MKt: huge (live of ; NotIce
G .1_ That all claim' ntfalrme the estate of .:. I It I Clay un n Snmly Kuoll.:
Kiev, deceased miiat lie i>re..nt "l to tlm I eeealon of There I.otvlr lllcioniB.Tlie .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR nnil r.lm| ..l within two )ear from Urn dale simple method of growing Tho little: half oiUl: chiulren: : , brreuf, or the sumo will be hatred. i Zuni so 111'011,41'11 our curiosity; ; tiiut wedi' '
'ltlt Its In ludiiMtod lu the
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AT-LAW. : pots: I e
8. E. RICE : pnurliiK; sketch will guarantee 'hYI\'j ,." .' through. forty miles of and
Administrator of iaM Kauite.
I \Vlll practice la State and United States January 13, 1905.(: 21--1t according Anicrlciin i-i'brush.\ Crow the railroad tit Fort 'F, --
Court. I, rich loam should, l>e used lu petting of \\ m>:nte, ti> pay them a visit.: As the f

Office at TITUSVILLB FLA. JfTIIK CIRCVrr COURT IX AND: FOR ,I' course having mtxtM with It a lar:eproportion ItiilMiis: 0" not proUlo\ ; for travelers we r
HrevarU Count Klorl.U to 'J j iv our hotel wllli ua--icnkii, U-d und '
of sand. Two of well
.. Iii Oliaui-ory. \ )parts
?. -. Simmon, ) decayed manure with three parts of tool I und emlm.el; l Jus. outsliktheir Pineapple Growers and Shippers3DO -: ,

D.L.. GAULDEN" Matlld.i V-Simmons"' J I) mil for UI vorc". fibrous loam will make a good mixture vi!: !It'( The vii I..:;o I lao'.i.i! like a huge

Notice to Xon-ReBhlertt. Plant tile bulbs!! one In u lire Inch pot If bi.lvo made of i lay end iiliicU fast

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, To \Jail hilL Sinmmim.: they\ lire of the average size, but lancer to i 1',I' tot (It' n Hni-il.v' knoll. Tim hive TotIbi.i3nLg: on your paper

Will practice In all the Courts of the Seats or You: are hereby. required to appear to the Hill I pots should 1 be used for extra: Blz",1bulbll. 1 Is :letl with"II I1IIIH-4: of 'ell.-lIII': HlllglOr.M. ;

I ot Florida, and the United Suites Courts. tore ixmiphiini lime I irh day tlkiil: ,,t herein ehnmrv.uirAlnnt A. 1 ton> 1'HiB.!on or '''''s. plI<'\'tl sUIc1! I I'',\ tide and piled in until liavo soon 0111'SAMPLES

I'. O Box KtO.: TITUSVIILK FLA. The KAar Ci Ar Al.\OCATK .. .rJ"r ...h""l Driilnnee must be provided for and Ton s uiio on toot\ nn 'lior. yon
anted n* tlm U"wM".r In wlilrli\ this li ouch of these r >,' UII I live! 7mf.Ti. \ i
: n
ln imlillmied' onoe a week for four conxeciitlve tills Is best done by thu use' of some old
T J. WEBB, week- crocks Make the soil linn lu the pot : ",dy. There are m\ > inside stairways
4 lihiest my hand and deal of office thin, 6th lo-:" from story to but If ti... nud PRICES.{
ja day or .Unmirv. A. 1>. I'HIR.\ nod have the bulb HO placed that tho ins story ,
ATTORXEV-AT-LAVT:: (Ct. (;t. ti.....) A. A. STEW tRT. I top of the soil Is within three-qunrters b.) ij and girls: living In one row wish
Clerk <>f i ironic Court.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Bye. A. Stewart 1>, C. I of nn Inch to one Inch below the top) of to ',iy n visit to a lioutti above tilt'''' Four Grades. 'Yritfol'
[ Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents D. .. Uauldon Attorney for Couipluluiiiit." . :UllIN the pot and the point of the bulb\ projecting tin \ must co; outdoors anti climb u lad. 1)J'i( cslJ'"J'II1

I and rents and accounts collected. i slightly/ through the soil ns Is dl':' On the slope, betwifu time ,'1\111)\ ).:"*

TUB CIRCUIT COURT IX AND: FOR BRK- I shown lu the sketch. and the Zunl river are n number of
TITUSVILLE, FJU>RII>A.j var'l.Uly.' I' sun III vegetable garden,
Tin- bulb should \be firmly put Into each one Inclined '

County ot Urevnnl, of tbo Stats of Florida' the soil not moii'ly )pn-suml In, anti / by II mud wull. Zuni bus no : : > F.1--.F! >>:E CC>-

j A D. PENNEY, : vsMargaret Ooode.To left with n hard pnu of earth below It. Inn, no shops, ua Kalooim, not even I

After (tl1o'I>\1lb" have born potted give pr 'per streets! but only narrow alloys Sotdttlztorn: Of: :loo i .Lltl1ntn: G-n.

ATTORiEYAT.LAW.TITUSVILLE :: In Margaret or Imvlnic(Joixlii llmix and ui>to on all the pormm. fallowing* Interonted doncrUii'il -- them one really thorough soaking! with that thread/ their way through the I

FLORIDA. property to-wlt: tlmt traul of Und ly. -. ..n ... .strange town. As wo wnlkml throughthe /
(nil In lirevanl, Canary Florida' to-wlt: 1'g } village all tbe world came out to ;
Coiniiumdnij wlii-ru the north line of tlm .. -- W WANT EVERY
j Will practice in all the courts of the 7th north --- I.! GROWERIN
east quarter of the northwest quarter of miutlon ' see us."' tilrls and boys clustered on
Judicial Circuit. II, township its south, range 2 87 ""Intvrawu -.or the "roofs or ant on the
the waturauf Indian run theiu-e went a. V.. \ 'i3C "t'nlt'-lll1.'r THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS!
lung the north line of sid.l. mentioned quartet I f a\ little tones of uiud which "eni to grow

[ A. FROST, Home thence lUohaliiH. to the west lieu or said quarter, .- 3 \\ c uji/ out of the house tops-whll. fu- "Kr.OIMDA VKI1KTA1U.KS.: complete' iimmml, on Florida Crop
run south along the
G. miudivmioii Goo: ,
4il chains to the KontuweHC cornur o( the Himth- l. .' .\ for,,.. mothers anti bibles petrel out "Kf-OIJIDA ORA'nlA: bonk of "pel'llIllnt.on."t to Orange Growers.
A TTORYEY-A T-LA W, east quarter, of the northwest quarter or Halil I" \ from dark doorwI to the
......U..n 11, tlienua run aunt on the miltillvlxlnu : ) stare at "Fr40IUn.H'I'RWBI.rUUl'S.lIn..klot: : on "::mill, VniletU-H, Cultivation
[Will practice in all tho, Courts of the 7th linn 10 vhulim, thence run north twelve and a 1ft" ,\ ) visitors.! '. 110'111' hud flnlshod our mind }<" 'I't III allot\\111."
liulfuhalim.tlieni-eeaiit Hi cliulim. more l Ins.. tour
or ) of the roofs and< Illltl'J'8Y9 werehospitably
Judicial Circuit. to tliu water of Indian River thence' meandur- \ \ HUSH/[ 1'O'l'ATOI'd-ltotklet I;: on "Soil, :Seed:; ,,lPluntlii( amid Cult I vatlon, Effect -
inn; the waters' edge iinrthwenmrlv !Invited. indoors Even themti
to the r C
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. or beginning( extieutlnir about two acres point belonifing \\ ) / to It. W. Uoode.. 'PINKAITI.K: KKU'flMXKKS.
t &:ll1nl'I'1I11/ at u hole In the ceiling special Intermit to Plneftpplo! (;Jrowcrs,
You are hereby notified be
QTEPIIEX E. FOSTER, the Circuit court 111 and, to for Hrevard and appear County In which served as n ,,window\ girl' IDEAT.. FY.HTII.I7.l'HS.-Uo'k: showing nil our .IIITeiont/ ]llrnuils, :Anulysl

"'Iorld,., at the CU-rk'H ollloo. upon rule tiny In laughing/ face tilled the opening We I'rloo, eto.
1 Febrnarv, A. I>. IsHUt: being the nth tiny of Kit'brii
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ary. A. 1>. 1I! In the slew ili'Hcrlbud laud., and, tu show CIIIIMH luiN nnd and
our gloves long sldrts.
Jyal-UpchurchJlluildlnK; Jax.: why 20 :eat wide rluht-ol-way fora imlillc road. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
Hhoiiltl not. be taken over said, land,; an iirayuil :Maria Brace: Kimball: In St. Nicholas.Ji ; ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. In the riamtlirn petition tiled In thin cause In JACKSONVILLE
the Clerk1. otllue. for the "..e..f thlll'la.mtllr. a* ( i :' ..v Teak Ten"ni.nt.. FLORIDA.
a right-ur-way for a nntilia road. or clue be forever "It Is siirprlNliig how New .
many -
S. BURNHAM, M. D. bar roil. -- -
N. Yorkers there, nre who do not know
Ordered, at the Clerk'. nalco at Tltiimllle,
Florida, this tho :iMtli: day of Deuemtiur, 11)1)4.\)) that they a'ro living In tenement For a :Box of
SURGEON SPECIALIST, (Ct. Ct. Seal) A. A. STEWART ""' bonnes," said one of the Inspectors of Gold

Ear, Nose and Throat. 19.43! Clerk of Circuit('ourt.Muster's the tenement lioime l.'O 111 III IRslon. "I
C'" I 1 went Into n tenement house In lower OsIa1l11 Ss
ll aI rl
(Sale.. .. L'i Lexington avenue on an 011"11111"lt to

1'OTTINU A IITACI! TH 1IULn.water Inspect the plumbing. It U one of the Wa have had so miuiy reports of the line quality of oranges raised with our

IIOUGHTON"SFIOATISG which will last, for six weeksor old houses of the downtown district
Simon I'uro fertilizers dining. Iho that
AM BY VIRTUK OP| A FINAL pant yours, wo have decided, to olTer III 1OOIV
UyftKR..", In foreclosure, even two inontlw. The pots with and, not u tenement In but the
onterefl In the <'lrrnli anything/
fH> fur tho third best .
bOil of
DE; APARTMENTS:: : Court, for the Seventh Jmllr.lal CIrcuit the bulbs in them should be taken and olnclnl wording of the III'''. : ,
of Florida, lu and for Hrevard county' In a oranges of the crops ol 11101>I,11)1.1 1 > and IDIHt.\ Tlnoo successive The tlmo of
on tho "Deutos cause therein depending. wherein Mary E:. 8. get down In n cool place where they 'I want to Inspect this tenement,' 1 yours "'
DeEranwasexecutrix of the estate of. ,and I an eon be protected such us In it shed or said to the woman who came to the exhibition will bo! announced inter .
Now OX TUB, INDIAN RlVEK.I mile legatee under the will rf Aaron A.lleJtl'.mw. The only condition being that the of fruit shall be ,
d0censed lii 1 complainant and Kate M. .Uawson. cellar but whatever place Is selectedit door of the second !floor apartment. crop produced with our

et al., are ilefendivniK'' I. a* apodal' Matter In must be such that It IH dry, nil the ."What did you cull It?' she demanded Simon lure Fertilizer.: If u .state Pair slioulil bo held) during any ono of the soo-
Chancery, will Hell at imbllu Smile In front of the
I The Largest and Most Com- Court lloimedoor atTltUHVllle, .Florida, betweenthe bulbs must be prevented from rotting. severely semi). /and at such tiins thnt a credltublo exhibit of citrus frulti, can bo made, tho

Diets Establishment South. bidder. .legal for hours cash.of On Bale the,Ath t., the day highest ol February and A.beitt It. Stack: the pots together closely, fillIng 'I'm n tenement house Inspector,' I dUriluy will be hotel! dining the fnlr, and ub tho plnno), whole the, fair Is hold. ,

Win the name belnic the tlrnt Aloniiay In maid in the spaces between with any explained l. 'and the law sayx' -For fiuther particulars and booklets, //I.otrllMM-!
month and a legal. Hale day. the following described convenient material such as coal "She dill not !let mo get any further, '
GEO. S. HACKER & SON real estate situated. In the county of lirevard E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO, Jacksonville' FIR :
Htate of Florida, or no much thereof. aa ashen, scud etc. On the top of each but burst In with: 'I'd have you know ,
will satisfy said. decree and costs, -witi pot use another empty Inverted pot of this Is not n tenement It's a respectable --- -- -- -- - - -- - - - --- -- - .

All Lot 4 and' 0, of Section 30( In Township .11, small size:: to keep the packing material apartment house'
South Range 3D Kant except ten .micron olf the .A..1V1"VE ]E3FtCOrrI-IEFs.: ; 1
ErIA" south nldduf sail' lots, heretofore oonveyml hy clear from the bulb laud then cover "I knew my duty and I had n look I'

deed 1'' \' of the'tlrsc I part to Hu thorn Jimmies by up the whole with a depth of six or at tilt plumbing In spite of her pro- 1'liltN11 ads KgTAIII.INlIKU: IN""' '/!
L recorded I 1 i liLUeed Hook "1*,"on pane 347, ol .
the records of !Hrevard. county, Florida, containlnt -. eight Inches of more packing mate tests. Finally, against her will she W1IISKIICS: WIMCS: OIN.S AND JiltANDIIvS.;
( o M acres i"( ;-. rial. If such to not to bo had conveniently was convinced Unit It really was n tenement ,''
Also Lot, of Section 12. Township 32, South ---- -- -- --- I' ,
xlcrc Range East! containing/ 39 auras, the bulbs may bo covered 1 house uniler time law. Express Prepaid Lemp's '
Also ooinmniialnit on the hangs line SI.73 with large I boxes or other larger pots '''.1'11. just. wait till my husband y''

chains north of aouthwent corner of Hecrlon 7Townshlp3dSmu14 and theMe covered again by burlap or comes home; she ilerlartil., 'We'll have l"uIHlllllrtmea"lIre.( 4111. II Qlx 171gt: KuUtair hear. .. ." .. . " .. ..!''u1'l :to J 1
: Itanitu) Kaxt, at the land. llnntliiKCInh e .. ... .9 lift 44 nn .T oil I'.xtro liilo.Hiuniliiril .. ., 1 u.NeisobbunlX .
: line of 1C. II. Lalioi-he.. then gn West 12.90: l chains straw. The object In view la to keep to move. Just. think If It ever got out ra ... . ".. a 'INI"ft T ini .. . ., ..". .".", ..".".. .". ". ? i
? more orlee. to the Indian River, thence run the bull root and at nn even temperature that wo were living In a tenement/ Mflnlllrnlll Ityn .. .. . .. .,,. .. .3:1f': .45)( H ,INIA Shut, nxlra dnrk. ... .. .. .. .. .. ." i INIm .!
North along the bank of said I River. IH') yards to while It la Its !llnnnii'n'Ml' llyoHiMlnl .. . .. ... .. .:'I liO. II /non ) 'iil I"'rl.r.lm.rt"'I.| '" . ". .... .. .' .. ,1,8\ nojid fi
the 'land Una of land formerly owned by W. It. making roots. house and hail to bc Inspected! "-New .HnniH' ...... ..... .. .. ... 4 (Mlil 0 /IKI : IHI """MAIII.I.lllt.. ... ..,. .... .. . .. ...... j: : :
Sanders, thence Fast to Atlanilo (Iie..n. 47 The pot should be filled with roots York Tribune. MultMilNk .. .... .. .. .. ::1711 /lIH'/ 11/111/ UiiliioM Hliiut, plots .". ..... . .. . .. .. ,'.,,\a :28
: chains more or I less, thenceiHoutherly: :: :lime in about six weeks' time when they I'Harli IIr..."..'. ..,... ,. ...,, ., .. : TAit ft (MlA u nu/ m "I,
Ucean Keach to said R. K.iLaltiM'lie's I line, Bulk
being Apple. llramly, .. .* . .. .. . .0 75 IHI' 1111" Jugs Free-Not
MANUFACTURERS OF opposite" to the point. of commencement thence may be brought into the window or Holland, Uhl. ... .. .. .. ...... .. mi" 4 :W 7:111: Prepa ef. 1
West along .saitlline 34..VI chains tupnnt..r beginning und flower. For A Guaranteed Cur For Piles. i.ennva. (I lln . .. .... . , .. 3 71.u A IHI 9 /AO
to .
Doors Sash Blinds. being part: of Lot 3, Swtioiw u, Towti-: greenhouse grown I North OirolhmCornMiMiiitnln .. .. . .. .. .. on 4 .
ship 1 3J, ftonth Hantre 3S) East* and of Lots 3 and this Inner the light and sunshine are Itching, Blind I Illneding or Protruding ('urn.lainitU'A ....o. ... . .. .3711" nil u) no m.r hd11)0,. (I IInf Core, Hllm. Flue ,
4, Section Township 82, South Raugu 4H East !ICiiniMiiilforil ..... .. . tso 4 :Mn Tl1I: Iluatlty.
for best
Moulding & Building Material' Containing 2D 1 acre. mnure'4or'' .less,. with all necessary results but success riles. Druggists refund money If I'A/OOINTMEs'r . Hum .. .... .. . 3 711 aU /Ml ." .1111 .m''r (l.-Kye, (tin, (' irn, ]ton. llent i '
rIparian, rlltht..,. ,.-iIL.; .C 101JOIiNIIiKNRY can be had. even without it falls to tlr.8| Hninily .. .... .... .. .. .. D 7A A (HI U MII for the iiMinuy
cure any case, no .;I.'H' Ml "44" '., ,
( per Rye ) acli ,
; .. anil A
King KHiitiii'ky Ilimrhon .a 111 IIIHI IMI |1'1,1.|
Office Warerooms After it In brought out of the cellar
King, opposite D. L. Ganldon -7Si: >eolal ;Master in Chancery matter how long standing, I In 0 to 11 Tort,Sherry orAngulluu.| .. .. .. ..3II/ 370 TOOtirlra. llniinly, Mullowml liv, Age *
Cannon Street.Charleston! the bulb should be watered, regularly sllllgpor CI..I-V'nl"1\' )"", Rnolul .
: Attorney for Complain days. First application gives epee und AiKi. >rtin...i>t alliiwiiil. on all gnosis! of mono II ly... Myillvlnal unllty... Drops .: !
and never allowed to get dry. By
.f-- ---- '-
S. C. maintaining a quantity of bulbs" undercover test r>lo.) If youf Druggist lnmn't It 1310.1'9."H Nest AllulII14 Ht. i
'' FIR.C22AS. .
send l i>0c. In stamp and, It will lio for '
where the temperature is kept
| Sash Weights Cord aiu 2'I low but not freezing, n supply can be warded posr-inlil] by fails Medicine Co., :
St. Louis iMo. I
I maintained In succession the bulbs :E3 L : d<; 0 0 il;
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Hardware being brought along .jnto the light and A.+- ___ 1, BIT. Mt IUD W. nay 11I&. JACKSONVILLE.--A '.- -FLAb -. -..

Window and Fancy Glas ASC rA5Cr. warmth liS la neceaaury.. I gga -

i .x
Evils Cleared Woodland.

A SPECIALTY.Ii known: by what they he. Fruits of all kind do well upon cleared I rN Red... b ULL res. ( ii
II'rown. For half. Century they
woodland provided, of course, that
... !
b. barn the H'.n',1 / r q i I
Once to l.r0l1u'8 bigger h..t- the location and mechanical conditionof iI 1 +Q CXDi1J"SSx TOR ,
ter crops then env other. Mold g.g
by all 11..1.. loS .scored. A.n. the HOll ifre suitable. Gut It is not I H vst valD
neal all epplmoant.. wise to plant trees on such land untilIt .h 2 .

5fSTMIfDICINf D. M. FERRY QL CO., has been thoroughly plowed and is K gh 7 $ y I

iY Detroit, Mich. In a condition to be conveniently cul I
tivated. In planting an orchard upon i t.

stumpy land stumps should not be allowed rsSr I.
1 -- -'" I tr remain In proximity to the oa: ; ,

set trees. The will .
newly stumps not
only Interfere with cultivation, but Q <

greatly endanger the trees by bruises" dCt

Asso's.FamouRSt.Louis from horse or plow. (\) m (\) r
FOR WOMEN Brewing ''

Fruit anti Flower Item. = '"' liSJ; (1))>

Keg anrl Hot Baldwin is: u leading applo for cold
If you are nervous and tired out o ;.a .
ranking In ji
tied liner. storage/ purpoHes season
continually ;you could have no between Rhode Island Greening andBen :J i >
clearer warning of tho approachof Sold bj Meimm.F.A. Loalejr and ca 8 .. < A
moue female trouble.Do nvN. In a storage test of the =
R. L.:Mutlnw TltuHTille.K'la./ -
not wait until suffer unbearable department of agriculture bard, light .- (I)
you Bjr Mr. R. f.. :Motlow Cocoa, ria. a .. I
pain bof oreyou seek treat colored small fruit of this variety 6; .r., . 1
ment lou: need Wine of Carduinow stored Oct. 15 was still hard and .

just as much as if the trouble JOSEPH ZAPF sound May 1. ...... CD = > e.. for the f.Rb"t l flrewliiic: Co. I

were more developed and the torturing '
I Most storage! men believe that ap- 1 (1) -

pains, bearing of disordered down rains- menstruation , Sole Agent. ples should. Others go Into believe storage that as soon asplckf.'l.l. : '.eO 5 en l/44L:. A 5.tl0rf.EYANDTAR: iJ.EX5:ttID"ffi'lICURE! 3 ;

leUcorrhoea, backache and ueadaohe .610 to 020 West Day Street with some i e.en .top* Ih. coultb and be.l.aUDlte .it'te 'b'' 'a'n.! "'.... trr (""I.t
were driving you to the nn- varieties it may be well to allow the 3Io g :
--- --- --
failing relief that W ine of Cardui JACKSONVILLE FLA. fruit to lIe on straw on the ground for

h.u brought hundreds of thousandsof two or three weeks to secure higher 9g

women and will bring color. | r" IF YOU WANT A... .

Wine of Cardui will give out .
One of the latest as well as the most ar ---- --- -
all trace of weakness and banish The Yiavi admirable ideas In floriculture la he"nnturallzlnJt" i 25! =
nervous spells, headache and back =
ache and prevent the symptoms of flowers by planting oq
from quickly developing into tUagcrous 1 them In great numbers In congenial .Building Lot

hard surroundings.A V-capc . ,
troubles that will bo Home Treatment. go
to check. Secure a 11.00 bottle of window box nil! of bnlbs la certainly (/

Wine cf Cardui today. Jf your a lovely sight ; o .!
dealer does the apt more con ) ; or a lot with| a HL'IMtl.VO) READY .'())t OCCUPANCY, t '
net keep it, end popular and successful curative venlent than potting an equal number. 2 :::1i
the most
money to the Ladies Advisory Is For growing In 'I .... LAND FOH AN ORANGE TROVE,
I'ept.' The Chattanooga Medicine medium known. glasses hyacinth i 0 .
Co. Chattanooga: Tenn., and the Don't keep on onderlnjj what VIAVIIs bulbs must be tbe heaviest and largest. i A nJ JMNKAI'I'LK I'LAXTATIOX 6r TKCCK HARDEN,
If don't know, but call or write for they have I c
medicine you only tho nourishment
will sent you. and let ns tell you. It will cost you In themselves' to depend on. j P',< :J: We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

nothing. The business Is sufficientlyold The geranium In f Settlers\ are llocklnif but still there I III room. If you are
regaining Its old :;
and successful to Inspire
WINJECARDU sP confidence. time place as a popular plant. "As a ..J looking this way, drop a line to .

your winter bourn plant," E. B. Rexf: ord says
Booklet fur Mother anti I nght; .>r. Free, INGRAHAM 3rJVlce.lT ',Klent.
. JAS. E.
of It //IOme of the scarlet varieties are ; ,

Florida Viavi Co. so exceedingly: brilliant that: they actually ? g" FLORIDA EAST COAST R'V

seem to Impart a feeling of I I

20 Main St: Jacksonville Fla.' warmth to the observer." A ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.


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Sum* .I n ._ ,. .



I JAMES. PBircHABD, President: WM. M. BROWN, Vice-president.

11. 8. department of Agriculture AUTOMOBILE RACES. WINSTON 8. '
Weather llureuu-JupKor, Fla.
(continued from pair N.) !INDIAN BANK

ment The of following terapjjratufe la a* comparative and rainfall for state tbe Tart of thin time was lost In repairing Local Time Card No. 59. In Effect Jan. 30 1905. ,

his machine and delaying starting
Jan. 21, 11)03.) COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
week ending Tuesday, 191HD.TE. after he thought the nice was lost 80UTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-*EAO UP.
-1005- -
On Saturday morning/ in ho ten-mil Authorized capital, $ I
: MIN. x0,000c
JoIAX. JolIN MAX. 1'10. 88I +
for K K. Thonius Na 78 50. 74 4'
race Mercedes earn No. 89 Na 3& No. 28 No.2:1: Paid
64 32 7)I(\) STATIONS up capital, -
21) $25,000
In his M.horsepower' machine, broke Dally Dall) Daily Daily I Daily Dally Dally Daily
7S 00 ,,
2\\ 44. 24 Average deposits
the world's rcconi, held l hy W. K. Van '' 840a813p $2OO,000
iOoToa 1100.
00 :31 78 72 SOl> lUllp gala'Le..Jacksonville'.Ar. 7RAp 7fOp
27 p
67 del bill. Mr. Thomas covered, the ten IUUlla: ... ....80.Jl&CkBonvUle..Lv. 7:1ap: gala
28 02 11 7S miles In 0:31: 4 5. Frodeilckti/ finished Uiap l:1Optlllla: 9035.. .......lIt.AuIUBtlne..81/0p: IIfOp 1100" 78oaS55p
2\1\ 72: 4 IJ *0 08 ....eontl-Tlme. 7U l-", Breese till ultimo 1I11.J&: ............HaBUnRs........ .... 6UM11'/ e46a2018p -- Transacts a General Banking
: ; .. ...... .. 8476 62tla
:10 76<<1 fiS 80 077R 2001' 1.JI0p: 11.:1.: .EaB'l'alatka. .... 617p 652p
9:20.1 5.
:11 71 62; 00 Mr. Stevens broke down and did not iQ";'j;'" 29a p mp 108(15(" At'.. ........Palatks.........Lv. 410 p 410 ; e05 a Business
Total rainfall for the week : .00 Y/51' 1110 P ii 45a 111/0" ..... .... .. ..... .... '. S15p e16p 6005 6666 ,
from normal rainfall for the "'2 ;
Depatture iho teu mile nice for Flat carK, "i6'P' 8111 Ar ........8an MateoLv 520p 'jj'; p--- t
week: minim .80 Inches. Departure William Wallace won in G:>'i4\ :2! fi, with 715a P gala Lv .......1I..n:.. Mateo..Ar. 1059 71)61) 760.. 750& ,
normal rainfall since January I. -
from Rife
1',111ulturl:; In Alfred U. Vandel i lIt'a ,
minus 2.47 Inches. --m-p-L ....... cusp
car a (bud second lOOp .. ....... 424 P ,
HAI. P. II ABDiw,'Observer. The ten-mile Onnoncl derby, for the lUG P .. ........ .Runnelle-------------- f17 P
In 1110& ..........JJote Ormond.. ...... 480p i'strnnageappreciated. Prompt .semi. .
J. S Mlllri
Major C. trophy, was run 1,1,1.
UIIOp 800p 1641 It 20. .. ........Ormond. ... .. ...... 8110p f201' !11ft" iH6"1160p treatment. and every favor COhNI.11I t UHI I I, ,
heals I In I the first hcut the starter 81t1p J4"P" 11211. ............Daytona........... ta5 p flOp I/OU" ervative bunking granted.CORRKBrOX cum;
THE REAL SITUATION- were Arthur McDonald in his Napier; i .1 M P ..........I'o..t B27 p
M. O. Ucrnln in W. Gould lirokaw'a 1:1211&: IIl111p 225p\ I:1011p: ..........NewSmyru............ 8UGp 8fllp 100. 416. : DEN'J'8:

Renault, and Charles Deplus, In Joseph] '0"0" P 126& ------Titusville... .Oak. HIll. 2281'1111I': 1148 P 1:114.: 716 ,b,: ;(g rI s Empire Trust Company, few Yc.rU, \ y

Florida has been visited with Heller's I'ipo. McDonald won the heat 9Ug:180.a 410 P BIP fU2p .... ....... ConOa. ............ 114 p a .' Florida Dunk and Trust Co., Jackson,,, rte.'rl'j .
another cold wave which begun on -time, 7:CO, with Deplus second-tlmo, fU/I/ P ...... Rockledge......... .... .110 p cv-IL4LL
... i x
.ltockledge .
\ 41Sp 142p: i-otele. ..... 10op 202p t.
the night of the 25th:; and terminated 7:4025: and llernin third-time, 7:58: 520p bll2 f6.1 P au .... . .:..Esu O..lIle........... 11/18" 1211 P 10r.1I p
P p __ __ __ _. __. . .._.. .. _. _
In the second! heat Edward Thomas 6btl p 6UI P 1/110 I' ..........Melbourne.......... 12.HlI'. 120 P 10411 P n u - -=
on the 27th of January. a 81P ............HebaHtiall............ U26..
While it has been too cold for comfort won in horsepower!/( Mercedes a18p ....... ...8t. I..cle. ........... 10M.. J. X> C JI3BI1'V'.5: ;.
1IJ'-'I.( ) James I,. Itrecse
time. i .
:: won .:. ..... ..For'.I..rce..I080. la02p OOOp 1165pA5U
tll4l1o 6401 840p
in this neck of the woods ; still the thhd heat in 10:2:: 2 5. Wllliiin Wallace 7U1p P P .......:.....1'll>b..IB............. .1160.. 8U P (Successor to Dobbins Itroa.)
102 ..............I':<1en............... 1111a 8tll P
we can see no sense or reason in the run In tills heat but did not finish. Toe p P ............Jensen..... ....... 1141.. 8111 P G TTTXT i :XKaLXjBadges : C> C x S 1\1.1: X'I' :]E3a '
The weather was deliphIful nn Mon : .......... 11811 80\1
.8t'"lrt. P
and 11t a
pessimistic utterances ( prophe- clay morning/ for automobile racing, and 7811'l' ..A..HnbesUUnd.. ....... .... 9(185 rat P Checks, J>oor Numbers, Stencils, Trunk nnd Locksmith Supplies. I'
BIOS of some of our excitable friends of foot In 1f(!; l' ..... ..West Jupiter.......... 861.. 111t P REPAIRING OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS SPECIALTY
large concourse people on ,
fellow.etlltorg. It is true that n 112/1./ 840 P coo l' 1100 p Ar ....Wc Palm) B..a"h....... 11111 a 10211 a 640 p Ofll P Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired
and automobiles and oarrlatros lined .
were upon [ 6f/l&/ 1I0up IllIOp 1121)p Li..1'nlmBeaclt..... .... 1I00a 10lOa 61p 510p700a Fla.
224 Main
this 1'0. 11110. Sorpp bt.
the was "at home" to its the oceau bunch. On occasion aworlfl'a l113p p 6UGp
mercury u6 .......... ..oy"ton........ .Lv 712.. IIfO P
howling and wintry visitor, but that record was made for ono linn 1000 l' ........ ... 102 a 580 P
miles, and the VV. K. Vanderbilt 1,000: IOMp ........Ft.ljtuderdale .... ... 611.. f8 pUtlilp
real damage has been done to any i trophy won on Monday I will probably; .. ........:II&IIIL1ld..le...... ..... 116\1.. fl1pUUIp SOUTHERN FUEL; AND SUPPLY
orange grove in this vicinity we I hold through nil meets at homo nod\I.......... .LtomonCtty:............ 1120a&2Ka SOOa 840p 917 DS20a 710p TiE COMPANY
1120p UfOp
strenuously deny. A careful! examination abroad, until the meeting there In 1110(1II ( .

of the groves in our W. Fletcher, driving an 80-horse Buffet Parlor Cuts on tr"lnl10,85/ ,7H and 28 and HulTot Bleeping Carson trains. liS and HU'
power DeDietrich, covered the distance between JaukHonvllle and M laml. Parlor Car. on trains 8U and between St. Augustine and Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Turnbull hammock ,
famous just this morning one hour and eighteen New Smyrna.CONDENSED. ,

north of TItusville discloses no minutes unit thirty-eight seconds, an

damage whatsoever to the trees!, for average of forty-seven und twenty-foil SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGUSTINE ,
seconds n mile, and beating: all other Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
shedding a few leaves can not be Paving .....
No. 13S.
No. No. 37
contestants.Ten No. No. .151Na 43 Na 911t No.9.Jt
No. ZJNo. Z7t 29t
said to be a disaster in any sense of BOUND "" Deily .
the word. In a few weeks the trees race, and of the the fastest course cI\l'lIlIlart'tlln was laid from this the Polly Dail y Uall y llnll y _lla11 y_'E. N-j ex. Mun. _Us11y Dail y E..M:.'. Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262

nnd will two mile post north to the sixteen-mile ocktlO".iUeHOCIA1IIOfI'iAM' IOOOAM1215PM' 1101'111 11001'111 80/IPM/ I2PM! 935PMAFSlAuguainelOOArr1O45AM1110AM
put on new growth, 1161'111 1/11)1'111 1160 fOIl PM 11161'M 025PM1086PM: : J. MUXNKRLYN', General Manager.:
look as fresh and( green as a wheat post; ben i lack with three turns at the

field in time. Most of two mile post four turns at t.belllxloen. No. Zst No 98t No. It'; No 9Zt No.. 38;Na No. f'- No. JOT "Na' 7St No.74' -. - - --
early spring mile post and the finish at the clubhouse N BOUND Dally Putly E..aSun.D..lly. E..Su". Dally. Dally Daily Dnll yLvStAugnsttne I Dully
the fruit has been frosted, that is, Arthur E. .!\McDonald, the E. Sun ; ; The Oldest Established Drain and Seed house In the State

the fruit that still remained young Englishman, was well. ahead for 600AM( 750AM 750AN 820AM1110AMItIOAM1210PM s1neM 620PM640pM
upon llOOAIl tlfO.M 8d0AN 1/21)AM 1\1101'101 IUUI': '' 110PM 1101'11 780pllllfUpM 1
> the trees, but in most instances the a time, but an accident to a tire caused
him to drip out of the race, much to Train composedIuslvel ofl'ullmanorIorlorCaraandextra.Mtfare will be charged.. -v'\/ra. A. Sours & Co.
groves have been stripped and their the regret of his friends. Ills place was t Jay ooacliun. operated on theHe train. on wliluli no extra or seat fare In charKod. :

golden spheres transported to taken by Fletcher. 'I .
No. J9 ST AUGUSTINe AND No. 40 No. Z5 No. ZD..lly
northern mark et. Very few arow- Sartoil, In Alfred Vanderbilt's Fiat, NEW SMYRNA. P..lIy. Dully PALM BEACH AND MIAMI. Lally GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
ere in this vicinity have Buffered was second with Bernln, In Mr, lirokaw'i ,
car, third being less than ono minute 410p r.y..St. Augustin.......Ar. I100AM 985AM LV..Breakers..Ar 111101')1
any material lose in consequenceof 8101. Lv..F.aut Pilatka..Lv.1o10AN 1160 All'alnlDescb.Ar 118/1/ PM Flour
behind. William Wallace finished fourth 7001 p AI'.llot.IO..mond..I.v 1:120AM: 100llA1II ....... ...' ......... lilliI' ; Grits Meal and Fertilizers
the cold If of
wave. nothing a Mr. Chrlste fifth, and the others scat 720 1 p '.......... " ..........Lv 11\11A" 11U4AM Lv..Ft l.nllcle..d"le..Lv H.lpM( unii'
serious character intervenes between tered. Sovnrnl minor accidents occurucl, 7501' .r....... .New tlllly..n..Lv. 781) AM 1166AII A....... ....Mln.n.l..Lv 8111 PMN e 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

such as breaking oil tanks, throwing
and the final breaking
now tlre"'and trouble with carbonators, bit Sunday 0. 11 MAYPORT BRANCH 'No. IIIIN Sun U Na3 No. I ORANGE CITY BRANC8150.2 No. f Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. By.MeMurray .
of winter there will be the usual
up no HIM Ions accidents happened. -l.!!! .. DlLlly Dally .',';!.r De11!! Dull! ..II'y Daily .

full crop of oranges on the trees The one hundred miles, with seven 11Wa 486 P I.y. Jacksonville ArS80a400p 40Op 01011 Lv. Npw 8my..nlL A. 1UOp780p
this summer, and the early fall will turns, was made by Fletcher In seventy 1141) D 1\ 14 i Lv. 14thlo paelt..Lv. 1110 a 1'21) p 144 p11,) 2111 I.,.. Lake Helelt Lv 12 46p II 1/1) 1)
and 1145 a 1III I' Ly Atlantic Beach Lv 141\ a illli p t 160)J 11/8\1&\ Lv. Orallle City I.v. tlHIlI' 111'4' P
eight seconds
again witness Its,accustomed bustle a greater minutes speed than twenty-four that has never beer, 1\1 lI'n 1186)J Ar..MnyPrt..Lv. 180 a13 00 I' j 00 P10 45n Ar Orange City Jo. 12 sop 866 P & Baker

I and activity in moving the new crop. attained by anything on wheels. This Nu.-1.: Ne IU No II Na' IZ ,

Aa for the vegetables, that is averages forty-seven and one-fourth seconds E.Dolly. Sun. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION. E.Daily Sun. D.1l. SANFORD BRANCH Daily.

simply a question of extra expense to I the mjle, and will stand a 1100.. I.v 1100 p 880 a rv....... Tltu.vllto..A. 122A p 401-113 East IJny Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
V in replanting. Even now, while the world's record for sometime to come. 746.. U..lIOllteBten.t1..Lv. Ufll p 1100.. A..tlllnfor< ... ..... boo a
The second! race, live-mile open for W. -Makers and Jobbers of-
; ink on this paper is drying, our
Gould iirokaw
trophy; First; beat, Ed-
truckers are busy planting new wind 1{. Thomas, \DO horsepower Mercedes PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

seed in well prepared ground, and first time, ;a:3 I: 25; William Wai- Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

in the next thirty days the fields, lave, 110 horsepower Flat, second, time, Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships ol the P. & 0. S. S. Company For ,
1:38:: 2 b; Samuel B. Stevens, JO) home-
verdant and sparkling, will mat the power, Mercedes, third, time, 8:47 :!-7; NASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST. Saddlery, Itubber Tires.

hammocks in waves of shimmeringgreen. ricprgo II. Flinn, GO horsepower, Mercedes

fourth, no lime. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and
Second beat Sartorl; I In O. Vandor- depart
From what can now be ascertained : A. from the several stations, but their arrival or departure. the timed stated la not ftuaranuied -- -- -- .
from those pineapple lillt's DO horsepower Fiat, time, :3:38; nordoos the company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arUintf there
grow. Walter Christie, (10( ( horse-power Christie, from.
era who have been in the business second, time, -1:08: 1-5; Arthur Moon C) :EI'1.1Y'Yc>'1.11'" a .

long enough to know what they are ikl, in his Napier, broke down In this For Copy of th. LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information? '
talking about, the pines have hada bent "SEE THE TICKET AQENT." J :
Final Thomas, first time f
: 3:00: 1-5
lucky escape, owing to the dry. Wallace second, time, :3:40: ; Surtort:; third; J. D. KA.HNCR.Vast. Gen Pass.j\gu ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. from a house that has been In business over thirty yean,

ness of the atmosphere prior to and time, 4:15.There: ; and has always had! the reputation ''for LOW PRICESon
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during the cold wave. Some fields has been a deal of dissatisfaction ST. AUGU8TINK. r1)r the finest goods Imported and Manufactured.

have escaped altogether, while as to the way In which these races were
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others are damaged! less in this year-many people not knowing .
more or Hess &
where to go to BOO them. Tills state of f Slager
The of will be ,
spots. crop pines affairs was a great inconvenience, and
cut down some but that will and magazine ,r;.' 1
prove newspaper correspondents DIAMONDS
..... ; .1' .. M WATCHES & JEWELRY.
more advantageous than otherwise And Illustrators have also been .,..;: ... .. 11 and 13 Main St.:
... "iii:;. .t "" J.. A S. \V. and A. U. L. WATCH INSPECTOF.
under ,
working great disadvantage for "$ ,, .. 1" ....
for the of pineapples will be V'fo .
higher the! lonsou that the starting point_was -.. --' '); .f! -.wo-" ;;;;:r.: tiii 330 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
than for years past, and thus changed as often as two or three timesa t. .. '" v.: .L .r .. _I n \ x' to f.1 ...

the grower will\ 11ml himself bettered clay, and they have not been provided -

rather than worsted by the free: e. with any menus of transportation from :
point to point, which have been from' r-----D-----
All those it 1
things true
seems two to ten miles apart. This should not -' ll' 4r1fi'. I ::: :: .. -.
surpassingly strange that men bo, and we hope this will be remedied i mfr .ir, N
should lose their heads, and speakin at the next moot 'I ( :t, (

sepulchural tones of the freeze. On Saturday night List the Ormond I I
TurnIps-and IJuta
Uaring! Association wa formed. Dining Bagas.
Very few have lost any money, tho[ meeting It was freely stated that ,1 I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. 1(

and with a full crop of oranges for the management of the dally events had L Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.

next season, augmented by a fifty leeu far from satisfactory, and for the I
I Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 nose and Tilumph.
development of these annual winter I 1
or seventy-llvo per cent of pines,
I Poultry Supplies-International Stock
Foods Etc.
it decided
along with a fine outlook of meets was on forming: an Poultry ,
orfnnl/.atlnn, ofllcored by broad-minded
what have wo to make UK and liberal men, governed! by a board of I I
I2oto1 1Ponoo ICDoXJooix L. c7.. 1M.: : RON.: Sooc1s2X1.nn.
blue and look ugly? No, peesimis. directors of experience and ability, and ,

tic caterwauler, the country is not managed by a man whose past work has KOBT. MURRAY, Manager 1 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
proved him fully capable and able to k
ruined, but will In the near future
take charge of an office of the kind ;, If3
aa :J--
rival the Elysian fields with its Senator:\ J. WV. Morgan is to bo the !general -

fruits and llowers. Real estate is manager of the new organlzittron.. HOTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE

still active, and if you arc as blue Senator Morgan l II the friend of nit the c.nARlil:
correspondents, as well as makers anti, ,
as you seem to be, just put
your owners and drivers of automobiles, -
home on the market and see how and, with him ni !general manager of tint FLORIDA PRODUCE COMPANlDARBY

quickly it will go. Let everybodyget new association. it Is sure to bo n grand

to work, 'find make this the success. Mr. J. D. Price wall elected ,
president; and 1IrVm.. S. Kenney Now Open .1,.
most prosperous year in the historyof secretary. These me throe good and & OLLIFF, Managers,

Indian River tied men, who will leave no stone un- Proauce grid:

-. . turned to make this meeting of the next C" .Merchaz-: .
- -
: -
rmond> automobile races a grand sue

WHAT a grand (time the people coss. JOS. P. CREATES, Mnnacor.OKMONI 100 East :Day Street. FLORIDA

had 1 at the Ormond-Daytone automobile Consignments Solicited. Send for Stencil.

races last week-on one of DUKE AND DUCHESS OF OUR MOTTO : "Personal Attention and Highest Prices Obtained.

the finest ocean beaches in Mho MANCHESTER. : > IUACH. Returns Made Same Day Sold.: Let Us Have Your ShipmeolaREFEICENCE

world. The thousands present at : Florida Bank and Trust Co. __
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these races go to prove the value of Prominent among the Palm Beach arrivals -- - - --- -

newspaper advertising are the Duke and Duchess nf Manchester The Inn I AT ORMOND 11EACII! FLA. Special Agents 0. 0. IBettes Sole Agents
who came In on their private lItTVLKR-8! CANDT.ewbr > ,,
car, and have a suite of apartments at -NOW OPEN >; ..'. Ilerplolile. The Kny-Scbeerer Co

THE Walton Self-Locking Block the Hotel Polnclana. They have ,I.lqnoxone.)r..lne LI. nor Cure. D R U G S Surgical Indtmmeota
Co. of Boston >een taking In the automobile races at Situated directly on the famous Ormond automobile( race course. Good y.'. $hn"l'i II Meiliclnes Van Horn's LlgaturenSmltlisonUn
are now shipping Much garage accommodations. Steam heat In roo I')II. Transient Rk' \ 5IJ I TruM
Ormond-Daytona of their rate $.{.50 and J.1Surgica. l : and 63: West. Bay
thousands of their patent blocks time III 1,1Ie at Palm Beach will be given $1.00 pOI' day. Weekly rate. $15 to 21. Florida East Coast I hallway; 100 J.'t* . Ures.ings. Silver Tru,..
.1> Co.
all over the United States. All to out-door sports, of which they are miles south of Jacksonville. J Ooodrlch'. Suritlcal Antitoxin.' Abbott AlkalolilnJ'j

who use them very fond. ANDERSON & HOTEL COMPANY Ruhb..nood8. Warehouses I"taffo..tlliprlnlls Watt. ;'t
other block but say the they"Walton buy Self-no and During Duchess Saturday entered afternoon into a the game Duke of WM. S. KENNEY: :! :Manager. ,Proprietors. All (BnprorMni.Slckrnnin Crutches (Trines I...", .. 2i> to 20 South_ Laura. Went Veronica HlueUck Haden Springs SpringS Spring"Vila;.tr ,

Locking Ulock. golf. The Duke was in fhlrtsleeves Electric Hatwrle* Knckhead Utliln-

with his sleeves rolled up high. The INDfANOIVA.- LiectriclteatingFade. Jacksonville, Florida.I Park White&Stone Tiirord Llthla-t Lif'*

Duchess wore n pretty white flannel :::c--
THE ADVOCATE editor is kept gown, short walking length, and her hat OAK COTTAGE INDIANOLA, FLORIDA --

well supplied with invitations to was n wide-brimmed straw, with-a large Merrltt Island. THE

various functions along the East quantity[ of brown veiling artistically Rates Very Reasonable. ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

Coast this winter. arranged.Palm Ueacb.They are very popular at Hunting and Fishing MISS M. DOUULASS, I







..........................NNN..NN..NNNNN Eden. Lotus. GEORG :MARX. JOHN MARX.

j EAST COAST' SSTE'WS. :1 Quito A number from this placovisit- .illWrJl'.C ::R.IH= : <>S.
C. C. Mast returned from City Point ed COCOA Saturday, via steamer Canaveral. _

******************** Monday evening. Corner Bay und.luhaSts., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

T.' George Saunders left on Saturday for It is getting very dry here, and without
his home at Fort Pierce. of the bean land
rain soon some can
Newsy Notos Contributed, by Our Regular : WHOLESALE GROCERS
not bit planted.
Mrs. M. A. Curtis has the Netherby

Corps of East Coast Correspondents. : all rt"adylor the reception of guests 1. N'. Chalker and sou's cane over 1

and Miller\ returned from Uochledgo Saturday night, and
..... .. ........... . Misses Jessie Una
INN.N.1N.1 .. ....1 0.06.t).. L..O....NON V from Winter Park Tuesday evening. returned Sunday.Dr. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

John Miller took advantage of the ,N:, W. Capron has received word

Melbourne. I I for shortly, from the game city. The south wind to visit his homo, on Monday. from :Stuart that: his |luoapplt8 under
Doctor Is having; a launch built for him cover were not injured T. self at this J. (I. Wey is officiating at the Planters -
point. Securely Hank during M I r. Schuyler's '1'. i I.;. Ronald left. :Sunday:; for Palm 8l'11I11S your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling perlshnbles cannot

:1r"' Sub..crlptlons for the ADVOCATE, A jolly dance on Saturday night! last, absence at thu race Beiu-li> to Attend the races tli">ro. Ho bo t'nualod this market,
[lie pink paper of the East Coast, will be In honor of Mrs. Tylander and Miss Carter went down III his fast boat, tho DoMooy -
the Melbourne I'ostotllco.BtfHARI was much erjoyed by lilt Miss Florence Robinson came throughthis ,
eeeived ut present.
place Tues-lay night on her way toI'.Uiu WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
Jno. Edwards. L Woo ten returned her ,
sailing master: for Dr ; Beach to join tier parents. Mrs W. > to
W OOODE.-Real Estate, N'otnrj G. C. Weld of HOH'OII' arrived In Eau lioun- List week, after a pleasant stay" .-, -
I'ubllo and Cnnvevancer. Agent for .Ktiia. (ialllo Mr. and Mr, Canton Austin and Mr. of wel'k"'I..IIII1. relatives amifileiuK
and r-oniloimml l Globe anil J/ltrtfor,1, 011 Tuesday la"t. lie will house h\I '
I '
I Liverpool Fire Iniiiiniiice Companies.. Special attention the Docloi'a yacht ut llodggoim' yard Bray have returned, from CII bil,and have This Is her first visit lit eight THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.

I (paid to tile lutere..t. ot non-reohl..utB for the summer, nod the vessel. U uow been 'stopping with Mrs. N. /baundcrs. i yoara, iud nil\ were glad to see lior. ,

belug dismantled.: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Itoblnson. with .------

i Miss( Susie Carter spent a few days of Mr. and Mrs McMulInn as their guetttx, A Grim Tragedy Aro now felling\ / :Sowing:; Machines( OX EASY PAYMENTS

Lst week with friends Eau Gallic. Greatly in Demand.Nothfng went to Palm Bench Tuesday, to tako
pat lu the water carnival.: Is d.\ illy enacted thousand of homes, SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS.
i Kev, .J. U, Hawk: wife and sou have U more in demand than a as ilitih' claims, in each ono, Another !
turned from a few days visit at Good- medicine which meets modern requlrements W. A. Peudleton, u prominent business victim of consumption or pneumonia.

Bl.I 1. for a blood and system cleanser man of Brooklyn, N. Y., will arriveon Hut \\hen coughs and colilx are properly Our Direct Koproscntntlvo Is at your service;

Mr. and Mrs. lIormal, of Cambridge such as Dr. King's/ New Life Pills. Theyare Saturday' for nn extended visit withJ tieult-il, ; .(, the tragedy Is averted. F. Drop us a card anti ho will\ cull\ on you.

lity. Ind. are guests 1\1. the Brown just what you need to cure stomach ll. T.oTourneiui family. G. Huntley. of OitklaiuUm Ind.? utttos: SKWIXCJ: : MACHINES Soil Oil RENTED Krom 10 to.20( percent) discount

ttOUSO. anti liver troubles. Try them. At the Mrs I). P. Merwin arrived Monday "\I Iy nifo I had the consumption, and! allowed for old machines. All makes of Machines Kcpiiirtul.

Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle, Fla., evening to look over the various Mcrwln three doctors gave her up. Finally she Needles Holts, Eto., for All Kinds of Machines.
| Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Merrill, son and _..c., guaranteed.: interests In this place. Mrs. Merwin Is took Hr. King's! Mew l Discovery\ for consumption
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laughter-very pleasant people-are late and colds which
always a particularly welcome visitor. cough DO NOT USE POOR OIL: -For use 01tlowhlR' machines, writIng -
ailvals. and will spend the winter ftt. cured her and today .ho Is well\ and
Test's point. South Rockledge.Mr. Mrs. (}. W. Srobio, of Titusvllle, has strong" It kills the germs of nil tll.seaxuH. innclilnoH, bicycles and till\ purposes roqiililng a tine lubricant, the
been visiting Mrs John Miller for several b UMt Is. cliuapust' In the end. Genuine SINOEK:\ OIL can only bo obtained -
I Ono dose shoves\ Guaranteed
Walker Mrs. Walker and Dr.
Rev M. ut Singer stores.ADDUKSS .
days. The change of climate has at Mlc. and it I Oil> bv the lied Cress l'htrnraey'l'Itusvilie ; .
home again after a most de- -- -------- -- -- ..
dies are Zimmerman's lumber arrived for been very beneficial to her health. She Kin. Tilul butt ks free
fitful cruise as far Beach.north as Daytona, his house on Thursday. has gained eight pounds\ in tho two .,------ : THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO
Ed Palm
south to weeks she has been on this end of the ,

l Mr. and Mrs. O, E. Porter and daughfers visiting Clarence his Xelklrk fother ,Jos.of Scepio Neikirk.Ohio, Is river.. Georgiana. COCOA KLOUIDA.Kopalrod .

the Misses Grace and Nellie of ,
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Chicago, are now nicely settled In the We all sympathize with Mr. and Mrs Spoiled( Her Reality
Moore cottago for the winter. A. D). Baldwin In the death of their !MIA. Main and Mrs. HobliiHon! arrI veil Organs: : OrgOJ:1S: : : Oran,

grandson Harold Baldwin at his home Harriet Howard, of :"JODV.! 34th St., Flld.iy of last week. They have looms -miulo to H'JIIt1.llIke now Piloo $3.: I Drop us a card when you have<
I of the Now York atone. time hud her )beauty,
Rev. S. Delabay-Paine, pastor at .Mr. and .Mis. L'liicho'tt.
elbourno Congregational church, was In New Haven, Conn. with skin trouble. She writes: "I had work for us to do.I Address J. M. M. DROCK, COCOA, FLA. .

avltcd to preach last Sunday, In the Julius Smith, of Pompton Lakes, X.J. Salt Kheuin or Eczema for years, but Tho many friends of Rev 1. It. Hawk - .
race '1. E, church, at St. Augustine. ., Is visiting his mother. Mis. Inez nothing would, 1 cure It, until I axed will liu delighted to know ho U to bo our

Smith. Mr. :Smith has not been feeling Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A quick and preacher another your Take out yourFire ) '
Snow and Melvin Willing
Otlx B.
Messrs -
Taunton Mass and their well for some tire, and thinks Florida sure healer for outs, burns and sores. Mitts Alary( Allen was called, liomo
Jr., of air will benellt 2.; o at lied Cross Tltusville.\
Bend* the "Roundsvllla Brothers," him. > Pharmacy, Sunday11ur father IK very III, nud 1 her

jive comfortable quarters at the Hivor.lo Uncle Ilnghle Hughes, of Georgian: sister Kutli, Is very 1 1w. lloili have' Insurance
fever which. Is feiirod to ho
. was here on Tuemlay.'nnd looked upon White City. typhoid.
They have the sympathy of their many
us to see how badly we were damaged by
Hr, Allen Campbell, of Roseland, has f tie title.
the freeze lIe
reports oranges not In tho following Loading Companies :
eon a guest of Hotel Bellevue, for aiw "
hurt In his '
eectiou. I). D. Jones of Jensen here Sun Mrs. Wnlclo Clement anal ,lau htol" ",
days. He reports very little dam- was l I@ .
re Jone by the cold wave at his Koseiid J. H. Matthews!, a prominent dealer In day. Miss Catln'ilno, Mrs CAtiovpr, HOII and @J ;.:)

grove. agricultural Implements of South Bend, nurse rived Motul.iy I Their lingo Thu Liverpool & London & (Uhibo 4'
C .Breman was at home from I.heIs1:1n(1 clrclo of friends are always very '1
Ind. and ( Matthews and '
I Hotel Carleton: entertained the follow- of Niles : :Sunday glad to welcome tlioni back. Mrs Wallace Fire Insurance Co. ..- '
Mich., are visiting, the brother
Tho ll.utford hire Insurance Co.
g pleasant party from Jersey City, re- of the former Mrand Clemenf mid her sous will 1>down :
two II W. Matthews Mrs. Dutton entertained a
) and !Mrs. C. F. and Tho J'ltna: / Insurance Co.
ntly ; Ir. Seymour few friends next week. They ulm have many warm
L P. Runjon. They came In their hand- friends here who will extuud! to them a to' The Continental Fire InsurancoCo. .

time launch Eleanor, E. W. Mansfield, A Night Alarm. John Jensen was at homo Sunday to ooidial welcuino. , .. The Homo Insurance Co. of N, Y \
apt., and left for Daytona, last Friday. nee his friends and relatives.Mr. Tho I'liiunlx Klro Insurance. Co.
Worse than an alarm of fire at night The Fireman's. Fund Insurance Co
li the brassy.cough/: of croup, which and Mrs. Trowoll and friends. of MAHRIED AT MIAMI. The Pennsylvania: Insurance Co.
Thousand Dollars Thrown sounds like the childrens death knell Fort Pierce, were In White City Sunday The Join-Bin( t llinn Insurance Co.

Away. and it means death unless. something Is Britt Brothers were out here one day On Thursday: morning .January 2Sth, Norwich Union Klio Insurance e... I

i Mr W W. Baker, of Plainview, Neb., done quickly Foley's Honey and Tar this week and report that their groveat Mlxs Mario lie Camp| and i I'M, ward tortilla The Northern Assurance Co.
never falls to give instant relief and N IIIllIrl1"11"Fla IiiHtiranctt Co
rites: "My wife had lung troubles for this place has sustained: but very were united In mart Iago lit the Fplmiopal:
quickly cures the,worst forms of croup. I Tho Rochester lurmau Ins.
ver fifteen We tiledm number ) little Injury. church the Kov. N. It. Fuller\ ollluUtlng.
years. Mrs.>. Cordier, of Mannlngton; Ky., Miss, de Camp I.. from Greenville, S. U CII.I@
f doctors and thousand
spent over Captain Goodwin, of tho house-boat:,
writes: "My three old gill had' a 0
year and Mr. Hoinfli is the cashier of the> First
ollars without any relief, she wan> veryw took a party down the St.. Lucle
severe case of the doctor said she merry
National (Hunk. Promptly at tho
and I lost all hope, when a friend could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's River in his launch Sunday last, for a : entm'od the
niffgosted trying Foley's Honey and Tar, trip of several miles. Landing at Mr.\ party bytT.LLLTON'
Honey and Tar, the first dose gave relief : :
church escorted by tho brldo's undo ;
hch! I did( thanks be to this ,
; great and saved her life." Refuse substitutes Edwards farm, where delightful lunch
medy, It saved her life. /She is strong- sold at The Red Cross Pharmacy was served. Alderman! II. F. Il.ilin who gave: the, T.1't'1.1.s"V"l.11o: :UW1C>1-J.dn.
and enjoys better health than sheas bride away, MUs Kato Halm lit the same ,
ever known In ten years. We shall Titusvllle, Fla. Sunday: last wo saw orange: trees In time playing thu bridal, niiirch and Oscar -- -

ever be without Foley's Honey and Tar full bloom In the Dutton grove that did ConUlinn singing: the chorus. : t
bid would ask those 'afllicted to try it." not show the least sign of damage from Faithful. and True, from Lohengrin. At C. A. DUPONT'S

lor sale at the Red Cross Pharmacy Rockledge.Everybody frost, also lemon tree all fresh and, tho altar tlw> bride watt Joined Uy the
fitusyllle i Fla. beautiful as ever and loaded with golden groom and his bent man, Kngene: Koinfh, r..IV.I :::J- : 'lid.T.J: :: :srr.. \...:13i:: :JiHASTINGS :: S
fruit and John Granibllng. The coroinony 0 "
on Indian River should used was the beau til ill And Impressive|,

Eau Gallie. read the ADVOCATE. Sickening Shivering Fits Episcopalism service, Tim bildo wan attended FLA.Can .
Miss Willie Ilahn soul, Mitts
Several motor boats, en route to Palm of Ague and Malaria, can he relieved Flavin do by CII"Tho\ ushers wen") \linn. supply\ anyone on the East Const with . t,
Beach, have passed here this week. and cured with Electric' Bitters This U
pure, tonic medicine; of especial bene Fred S. Morse, Louis Cole, Harry Mo- . .lO1tSEJ4; MULES IIARNISS': :, .
Cows and Culbortson. The wed
IARA1I C, HOOOSON-I'IIVSICIAN AS1 8CBJUKON. The weather conditions here this week Hurry
lit in malaria, for It exerts a true curative -
Eau Jallle, Florida, have been simply perfect, and everyone Influence/ on the disease, driving It dinpreaen'/ were numerous and costly, and single or double lliigglus and Wagons, at reasonable rates t';

seems to be enjoying the various outdoor out of the syxteni. It Is much to bo the groom pl'ellcmlinthe/ bride with a WHIT HIM nt above 111 ceitilled check for "M.OOI( ) The cere-
Summer weather once more. sports. preferred to Quinine, having, nono of I
relatives and few
was 1I1ttmIIJIIIJY a
j Sarno Hotel Is filling up with some Several boats from this vicinity have this drug's/ had nfter-elfects.! E. S. Monday I Invited iiiotiy filendn. Mr. iind Mis. Komfli 1

[cry interesting guests. been entered In the races at Palm Beach. of Henrietta, Tex., writes: "Mv I will spend\ their hoiiuytnuon in Cuba. If
brother low with malarial CO.
We trust that at least will\ find very .
one prize Mr. Komf'.i: former resident -
wax a popular
j Mr. Ituddiman's launch will be ready 'it
Us fever and jaundice, till be took Electric: 1:0'J d
to Hockledge.; of
or the water this week.A Hitters which saved his life. At Hod

Keber has completed an addition to The second dance of the season was Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle\ ; price I roc; -- ----- LUMBER AND) UU1LDIXO MATKKCAIlCverythlng: to construct a house.
|it home held at the New Rockledge hotel, on guaranteed. TOURISTS' PLEASURE TRIP. .t
on Houston street.
Saturday evening. A large number of 'I

i The water still remains at a low point merry dancers attended. ,,'Inri,1at: thin present time In well Brick, Lime anil Oniemt.: Plaster and! Hair. Turned Work, Ilraekot \
'i the Indian and Eau Gallie rivers. Guests still continue to arrive at the Fort Pierce. tilled with northern vUitoi-H, and a great /Sash: and Doors, Blinds, l Paint and Glass. I\orollllllli\ Oablont Work.
Nails Hardware Door and Window Frames Door, and Window Screens "r
j Quantities of fish, stunned by the cold, Hotel Indian River. It looks as If the many of them are here for the llrnt ami
Hoofing Sheathing I'lIlntll and! VarnUlion..
1'upvr Masury's I
would end this with tlmu. To those whouro uiiHophUtlciiteil !l
|ave been found the Ean Galllo river. management season
up Hev. Mr. VanSickle and family returned J'I'ICeIlIUO not always the lowest, but stock always, tho Best. 1
a balance on the creditor side of the we desire to say that ono of the prettiest "it

i Miss Carter, of Melbourne, was the ledger.At Monday night. trips In this State in from Jacksonville -Yards at Titusvllle, tau Jallle, Fort Pierceand West Pain UeachFAMOUS I
lest of Miss Lucia 1'orry on Sunday Rufus Booth, of TCdcn, was a.pleasant to S.infurd on tho /St. John River The
.t, a toad meeting several night ago, visitor In town, Tuesday. Clyde Line operate two fine steamers - --
\ $ 100.00 wan subscribed to put. the highways
wlih elegant accommodations John White & Co
air and Mrs E. S. Randall of Bos- In good condition. Men are already Miss Ella Hanklns left for Jacksonville, passenger( fl
and fine table Nurvict :
Da, are looked for daily. They will at work, and we trust the roadwork Wednesday, on a business trip. Steamers, mill from) .Ja.ckMonvllleiI.illy\ ie; ,44_ LOUISVILLE: KY. j t
l.tabU.hoot| IIUl
;ave rooms at Hotel Sarno. '
will continue. Great Interest Is centered In the town except Saturday', and froiuSanforditnd --T; CANDY nh.s..r.t.t.. t/' r
Messrs. Wilson, Woolcott and Dunk- The fishing brigade is still a8 busy never election which comes oil next week. Enterprise daily except Ii II III lay's. Our, Is the beet! that money can buy, t

fce, of Hotel /Sarno, leave this week for and several very fine catches of Mrs. Middlebrook returned Tuesdty. suggestion IH to include In your Itlael'lIryIllrlp Candy Fresh Every Week. FURS
I(other shooting trip on the Banana fists have been made this week. Mr. night,: from a few weeks' visit in Ocala over the beautiful bt. Johns Hlv- Sold by INDIAN RIVER FUUIT! CO., and Hides. ,a I

vcr /Seymour, of Newark, N. J., holds the and other places. er. Itocklvdge, Florida.J. 'I I
Full pnrtloulnrs will be given on application ,.,
I Another doml- channel bass record. ----
of tourists
party were Messrs. Sample Crooks. Wilson God at tho Clydo Lino olllce, .Vi,>. 122: ----- ----

|led delighted at the Hotel and will Sarno probably this. week.stay. Alle the The river wharves-both public condition.and frey and others left, Monday\ to attend ; Went Bay StrHut.-Tillies Union, Jack.eonville . R. WALKER & CO., T I-K= ((11

tmter. private-are In n deplorable the races at Palm lieacb. Jan. :HIS! 1U05, j
They not only detract from the beautyof TITUSVILLE, FLA.

J W J, Clemson Is having his engine Rockledge, but are a menace to the Rev. Millage Walker, of Melbourne, HASBROUCKMOTOR. ;
laced In position In his launch this public at large. A fe.w (dollars) spent judiciously held services in St. Andrews church, last. Shoo Jt.'palrlllJ: fjr '
all In at leasta Sunday morning, to a large ; .
f eek. The work is being done at Hodg- would put them congrega I:
ps' yard. safe condition.A tion. I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairing '. :

series of boat races. will be held at Quite a number of the fast yachts : and do not forget It. Opposite Jas.. I :
JlJr Hodgson's little pony I* often seen HTAUTH: EASIKIt; KL'N'S STEADIER: ,
riving about the town and down to our Rockledge on February 22nd. All those which were going to run In the races at Pritchard & Son. ANDUKW GIIIHOX,, ;

r-ter town, Melbourne. The Doctor's owning boats on Indian River are invited Palm Beach, stopped here, Wednesday, 'J'I tlll1Vllle, Kla.Do GIVES: OKEATKIl EFFICIENCYand t !
to participate. Send In your entries toP for gasoline.A uses '
Folly practice seems to be on the in- t.
A. Shares. New Kockledge hotel, glv- LES.S: OASOLiyK
Nase. very successful dime tea was held subscribe for the A VOCATIC ? -
fug length, beam, horsepower, and best at the residence of Mrs. Paxton, Thurs- you per HorsePower
A -- ------ -
I number of Eau Oallle's citizens at. time for one mile. day afternoon In connection with St. than any other Engine made
foded a circus", at Melbourne on Saturay ,
[ List, returning; quite pleased. with Andrews" Guild. They We continually tlenion trato this {

I'wduHt In their shoes and splinters In Indianola. Ell Perkins, the renowned lecturer, will say money .r

Mr' coat-tails. give lecture on February 5th. at tbe docs not make Commercial sizes H to !:11)1)()( Horse Power. i 1
Capt. Town Hall In the Intere.t of the Congregational people happy Special Light High Speed sizes from /
Symmonils returned on Tuesday [ cburcb. Don't forget It I 20 to 2. (0 Horse Power
nt. after landing his party at Mel"iirne. A. S. Hnmpbrys went up to Daytona ; Try a box cf >

The Captain la looking for his last Wednesday, returning Friday. Mr. Kaber's son returned from City - wu +dyw..

[''n-in-law, Mr. McConnell, of Phlla'phia Dr. Charlie Hill and party returned Point, Monday, the freeze having spoiled Benj. W. Jerome
''' shortly Sunday from several days visit i to Day. the rest of their oranges; but, luckily, 1 "() 'JI' Perfection! T rev Trunk. ,
week. they had shipped the largest portion. Has the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale. STATE AGENT,
Mrs. Win Tylander and daughter, of tong: last Call and sue It-

""rt Pierce were the guests of Mrs. O. James L. Crawford has the materialon -- -- --. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.DO .

, addhjon on Sunday last. Mrs.I Ty- the ground for a large packing house, Uraylnjf.Draylng {

rider is always a welcome visitor In which he will put up In, a short time. UNSURPASSABLECANDIES. Eros. '
"i Oallie, where this lady has many Hodgson NOT FAIL TO SEE THE: WALton r 9
or hauling of all 1 fade promptly
IenJa :Mrs. I.. Baker has finally succeededIn attended to. Meet all trains. Stove Self-Locking Tackle Block at Jan. t ;
for her boathouseacross UIVEIt FLA.
the lumber EAU OAT.LIE, INDIAN ,
! Messrs. Saville and Putnam have sailed getting wood for sale at all times.
the river from City Point whereIt Pritchard & Son's store, TItuavllIe,
[>r points on the lower East Coast, on time. 1'':. II. UOLTKX. Titusville. Marine Railway.
has been for s&me -Sold by- f
Jieir houseboat Queen Ida. These gen- Fla. Thousands' them selling week -

"men are from Vaneland, N. J., andTO Mr.' Gibbons, pastor of the Baptist INDIAN RIVER General Mercliaot and Ship Chandlers. ly, throughout the Nortli. They are '
spending the winter on the East church at Tltusvllie\ preached here last Cleaning and I'reslling.AU ..SpecIal Facilities..
<>at of our state. Sunday: both morning and evening. All FRUIT CO., fitted with the Walton Vinton Holler

who had the pleasure of bearing him t work done For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Bearing-one of the best Inventions lathe
-J. I!. Adamson and mtJ' friends of up-to-date. Call and Bockledge Fla.Krtt .
& and much U ,
greatly pleased, regret Yachts and Launches. world. May also be seen at the
oungstowD: 0., will\ return to his cotUe were that It l lit impossible to secure sea me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor .h Kr.ry W>_...k.
for the balance of the season. Dr. expressed Mention the ADVI>CAT. wb.n writing. ADVOCATB office.
his service for at least half the time. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. y
Booth -
and family are also looked ,

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PALM BRAG1I.Beach. .
lImo sections ice can bo utilized to

preserve the cream at n profit where- '
11 s it could not be used with the whole
milk. Again the cream ran often be : Club Cafe. '

f preserved, cold! water from a spring,
whereas u number of (large eons of (Incorporated l)

milk could not be accommodated. OPEN JANUARY l:TII.

Southern Agriculturist.To .
.! Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, on the n I.

BctterFruits-Beiter Utter peaches, Apples pears and Cure a' Cold In One Day /f/A1\; 9 and Dinner at all
t Luncheon
'i.Trlt.t are produced when Potash Take LAXATIVE HKOMO, QriNiNK Tab- '" ksoNy femu. + Breakfast Hours |
Is liberally applied to the soil. To hits I)ruggi lltll refund lie( money if It I Ifulls a? r ,

\ insure a full crop of choicest quality to cure. 1.V.: .IOVO'B; signatureIn First-class) Chef, Cuisine and Service.
use n fertiliser( containing not less I tnch( box. 2!,c. ned "rOIiIl Pharmacy'. ,:

than 10 per cent actual .. e C>TOGXH.: "to I flIO13CSLl3O2rSi!: ::: O n.1V. .

A Corn Ilnnklnir Mack Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all homx.
{ PotashS.nd A corn husking ra< k shown In Amer.
f - .u. _ _
lean Agriculturist Is easily built of a -- --
few sticks. It can be made of any VEST PALBI JU<:ACII.
for our pnctlcM book.tot Information|
I t they' are not mlvrrimlnt pamphlets,liixunliiii size desired but a convenient one Is
t f! r\ | Hiwciiil, icrtihterii. bent" InealurUieaakiiijr.QCRMAN hut. Are antlionUUvatrenliaes. eighteen Inches high three feet wide .,. ""3 a': d1 ,I + f ,

B KALI WORKS The Narcissus Cottages JfARIOJT( and COn EI I 1.\
N...York-91 NIIMU bl.or T
Atlunln. fti. .
I .. YtyMmithlstnad! ) Narcissus Street, West Palm Beach, Fla.

r,I :: f btruut.MAINTAINING. Rates: $2 CO to $:J.SO per day. Special rates by the week.
: Fronting on Lake Worth, with attractive view of the Palm Bench shore

Delightful: airy rooms. Electric )lights, hot and! !cold) baths,.and all m.dern,
\j) conveniences. Table service the Dest. Small: ehlldren DOS taken
---- .-- . Tri.'V cckly Sailings .

and six foot long. The common method
OtfD ROADS. of using It 1 Is to tip It over againstone BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

IIIUcbt f.e .>r the Hollrr win Greatly nidi- of the xliodc wliloli is then LaGrange-Seminole WEST PALM PEACH, FLORID\.
I.VKMVII the AVork.proper pnllcil. over on to the ruck. The shock Calling at Charleston l S. C., both ways) ,

1'110 repair of earth roads becomes In Unbound l nn l in then rendy for one The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe Opposite Royal Poinciana on Lake Worth. Rates: $2 per day "I"|i pet

nn Important matter at this nenon. or two hunkers! week, and upwaid. Most popular up-to-date, and best table youth
Renovated throughout electric lights, baths, hot water supply
new ,
An authority New and Southern Lines.
on roudmuklng lays Clyde England
JjUOO Howard $10O- Under of OKO. C. LaGRANGE
,great stress, upon the use of the rollers. Direct /Service Between management
Tho readers of this will be Hotel 40U-411 West 57th St., New York-
paper -
EThe cnrth H composed of small frngxncnta >Iottsed to lenrn that there in at least Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points

which touch each other at certain one dreaded disease that science has
points leaving voids 1 between.Wliere been able to euro In nil its stages, and (Calling ac; Charleston, S. C., both ways. )
8KMI-WEKKLY: BAILINHS: Hotel Hibiscus Paln1: lTottc i ., :rloridla.
earth Is broken and pulverized that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure lu Southbound..... ...... ........ ..... ..... ..... . ........... .......... ..from LowH Wharf Boston ,
the only positive cure known to( the medi Northbound, .... ..... ".... ......... . ........?..from foot of Catberlne Street Jacksonville
fraternity Catarrh being/ constitutional Beautifully situated on Lake Worth, among the cocoanut trees, Five
disease, requires a coDntitutloniU minutes walk from railroad station. For excellence of cuisine and sorylct
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure taken Clyde St. Johns River Line. the Hibiscus is without a peer among the moderate price hotels of Florida

I' Internally, acting directly upon the (Denary Line..) COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. _
blood and! mucous surfaces of the system BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE
AND --- ----
thereby destroying tho foundation
Stopping at Palatka. Astor St. Francis Hurenfonl(IoLand), and intermediate landings .cIL..IUOlU', N. c.Kenilworth .
of the disease .
e t. ',t J rtr. and giving: the patient on tneHt.Jubu'sHivftr.
strength by building up the constitutionand Commencing Tuesday, November la./ 71M14. .
!I31OI.LEL!: HOAD OF SMOOTH FIRM RCrBFACE&these assisting nature In doing lit work. STEAMERS"CITY OF JACKSONVILL.E"ainl"FKKI>' : elIAKY."
'tie[ pioprletors have HO much faith in ,
: points are equal in volume to the Are appointed to Ball an! follow LeaveJarkwtmvilleriaiiyexcept Satnnbtysat3:30p.In.Itetprning . : Inn
.solid particles and nn u result the lis Hundred curative Dollars powers for, that any cano they It utter falls One toCIII'I' '! leave Sanford .....Hy..XIlOI't Sundays, at U.JO:: a. lu. NEAR A8IIKTII.I.K.

.arth will absorb ulniout un eiiiuil portion . Send for list of t lttmonlal < "ttmith-Hountl Read dawn SCHEI>ULE. Nnrth Read-I3uund up.

of water.In F. J. CHUNKY A CO., ..eave 3 30 p. in. ...... ..,.......,.,.,....J..l'ksllnvlll. .... .. ............. .... Arrive 2 00 a. m. OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
building or maintaining roads It Is Toledo, O. Leave 8 4f" p. ill. ....................?......l'uliuk........... .........., ...... Leave 8 CO p. m.
therefore desirable rJr Sold by rIlIrQlst.7lio.. Leave 3 (H> a. 111.eava ...............,.. .. .. Astor ....... ..... .. ..... ..... Leave 3 3f: p. m.
that these small 4 30( a. ui ....... ... .......,... .....St. Francis.Herenlord .............. ........... Leave 2 00' p. m EDGAR B. MOORE, Proprietor.
particles be pressed and pocked Into as ilall'n Family Tills are the beet Leave .........,..... ..... (DeLand)...... ......... ...... Leave 1'on p. m.
email Arrive 3Ma.( m ....................... Hunford.Enterprise.. ., .... ......... ...... ..Leave 9 30 a. m.
a space as poasibjejn order tbttt The Cotton Mills. Arrive 10:00 a. m. ... ....................... ............... ..........?.Leave 10 00 a. in.
surplus water may not pass In and doutroy -
the stability of the road. To tbls A Rood many mills: In N(\v England Gen'i Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. NEW

end rolling Is very benellclul. The work continue closed' III view of the present ... M. RON:! MOVOKR, JI&., A.8t, Inn. Pan' *. Art 122 West nay Jacksonville, Fla.
of maintaining earth rouda. will be trade cond'tloiit! including strike nt W. O. COOFKR.Jr.: Local Frt.Airt. Jacksonville O P.I.lIVELL. Superintendent Jacksonville.

greatly lessened by the proper use of Fall" Ilhi'iwith no )proipnt for !Immediate A.C. HA.OBRTY O the roller. ( general rentiuiptlon of actlvlIe T1IKO. O. KOKIt. General Manager.VM.P CLynE & I'n., General Agents. -
: ?! Prices on finished", cotton goodsare CheaebroiiKh; Hullilintc.; State St., Opposite flattery Park New York. ,
After additional 1 I
\ matter, has been
placed on the surface of the road It steady, cleuiiind only moderate butt C. WAI/TON.. Agent, Titusvllle, Fla. Broadway th and 37th Streets, New York.
IB intluiiited that stocks In baud
should be carefully rolled and not allowed \ 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entlrey with electric lights.: A first-
: to wash oft Into the diti h. If the of Jobber are' decreasing'' rnlll ly. class, up-to-date hotel, centrally located. Conducted on American and European
earth is left loose wheel will cut In In the face of theRe l'OIulJtlolls.somncv plans and Is managed under' the personal supervision of the Sweeney-
and result In ridges and furrows' cotton nillli lire contemplated or Atlantic Coast Line R'y. Tierney Hotel Co. E. M. TIERNEY, Manager
under way. Ono or these Is at Greens .
Which will hold water nnd result In a - -- -- - ---
boro N. C., construction beginning
". sticky, muddy surface In winter weather
and a dusty one In dry weather. ItI on Sept. 1. A large cotton mill wag The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
announced last week for Fayetterllle
on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays in November.
N. C. A yarn mill at Augusta Oa., Is "b
:! : P1eU.1Y1
being:> remodeled for early work, and anew TO Till: EAST 1Ylzllrlg'., 5.c.g,

building for manufacturing cot Over its rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and
I y own Washington, thencevia
tit ton nt that point Is being equipped with the Pennsylvania Railroad.
machinery.American Agriculturist. and general: repairing of all kinds.

--- -- Oklahoma experience' Indicates that The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Leaders, Gutters, Stove. Pipe, Etc., made to order. Pipe Fittings, Etc
UNROLLED ROAD; LOOSE, BOOT UVKFACB. little if any fall or winter pasturage

the surface Is gone over with a h nvy can be obtained from speltz. TO TilE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.

roller It can usually bo made HUiHclrnt3y .. --. - ---- .- .....--- i Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhla, Bos
firm to sustain teams without deep ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah -Business Promptly Attended To-

ruttIng and to resist in u largo measure and Merchants' and Miners' '1'ransporttalon Company for .Baltimore

the penetrating power of the water. and Philadelphia.TO .

Such work should be done when tho r Address or call on OEO .T. WHITE, Tltusvllle. Fla.
soil la In a plastic state, so that it will KEY AVI3ST ANI HAVANA.

pack readily. The inolut", particles are Via Peninsular.& Occidental Steamship Company.
i }pressed together antI tho road li put lu ,:_ Al cir ;

good condition for immediate travel. Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points -_ .- .. --- -- .' ... -

A GOOD ROADS ARGUMENT. 1- MILI3AGI': TICIcI TS. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company i iMIDWINTKIt

Interchangeable mileage( tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the princIpal
'Wlmt the Good load !Save! In Ilor.- railroads in the southern states, are on Bale by the principal ngente.For SCIIKDULK NO. 8.1.
Jlevtt Tlmo and llreukairr Subject to change and Individual postponement without notice.
reservations Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, fort Tampa-Key West-lfnvHim Line.
Local :New York
papers printed near FRANK O. BOY I.STON, DUt. Pass. Agt./ W. D. STARK Tra. Puss. Agt. (TonohlnK Key \Veat)
often. contain Items llko the following: l.8: West Bay :St.: Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. Effective from Port Tampa, Kla., Thursday, April I.>, 1104. ,
'John Smith, our popular truckman 'rwtM it, H. M. ElIERhON, Traflio Manager W. J. CRAIG, Geu'l. Pass. Agent Lvl'ort Tampa..Sun', Lv Havana..? ...,Tue i,Tours,Sat '::"J1
line: abandoned his trucking business", Ar ley: \1'est.Men, Wed l. Irl...... 6..II pin Ar Key West.'l'ties, Thurs, Hat ::101"11:
WILMINGTON N. C. Lv Key We.t..Mon.Ved., Frl.! ... .11:3(111111 Lv Key West .. ...TUSH, 1 here Sat 1M1I'11:: '
for tho summer, and taken his horses / rri - ---_ -- ---- Arll"vaua..Tu.'l.llIIrB.Sat. ... etJUaiu: Ar fort Tampa. .,'V.II.FrI, Bun :\\IOp"
:to the Hudson 'road. John
there .
says .i' 5fiaml Key 'Ve.t-lIa""II" Line.
Is twice the money to be made hauling SJ8J.A.j3: o.A Ir&JLP (Touching; Key West)
farmers' wagons up the hill or over the Effective from Miami, Fl..., sailing TlmrMiUy: Dal'embor8l104.
swamps" The facts are that hundredsof ...rl AIR LINE RAILWAY. Lv Miami......SundaysTlmrsilays, .... 9UOani: L.V Havana ...Momlajs Friilnvs 4OFr:
l// t r Ar Kev West..Sundays, Thnrsdaye..10:00 pm Ar Key West.Monday, Fridays
< farm wagons travel every night on I.v Key A\e t..BnnTS, hatitnluvs '12:?":,
tho road to New York. They are loaded FOKSAVAXNAir Ar Havana MondayeFridays .. .... TiJOaui: Ar AlUmi......Tuesdays, Saturdajf "I

down with sweet corn tomatoes ( I.-Y, COLUMBIA, CAbmEN, bOUTIIEKN PINES, 1UCIISIOND, IMIuinl-...H limit beans and similar perishable JJ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW KlTectlve from :Miami l Flu. January S, 1'jnfi.
cood-j.> farts of tile road nro smooth fi YORK, Lv :Miami' .. ..,Montiayi, Thursdays ..,11:5(1! pm Lv a""l\u.....Wednesdays, Satur la>f ']*":
ArNusenu..Tueidaysyrlday.3:90pin Ar Miami.. m
: 8uml"1"
and linrd. Other portions era< soft'ortony "' fff -'" . Throe Elegant Trains Daily . Thurs..ay.
n .v.'I"'YJ ..t'jll Effective from Miami', fin, Monday January 30, IMS. '
*! and steep. The size of tho load /, '. ,J tl( ,))1i. f4l Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Lv :Miami ....... ..n.'v.d, Frl ....... 3:no pm T.v Xaasau... ....Tues.Tltu..Sllt aDeArxarau.
la determined by the poor places In the \ ........'TUBS Thurs Bat..... 6.30am Ar Miami, ......,.Wed., Fri, Still -"
road not by tho flrni, level tracks. Tin nboVof.ictl1r6 the Seaboard Florida Limited. Effective from Miami, Fla.,Thursday April 13, lOOf.Lv '.
Two horses bo Miami' .... ...... .Thursday.:...... 2Oopm: NI\Msau..Ratllrrtlly.. '
able to haul load .
r. may a l man uiul fish is tho trade Ar Jsaiwnu" . . .... .. fc rltlayi. ......... 6.30am: Ar Miami.......... Sunday. tJla;
worth foO; over a smooth rood while
murk of SC Kmufoion: MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Thin service will close for the season with sailing from from Miami. Thursday. Apr"
r the same team would struggle to haul ) :27th,and from Nassau, Saturday April 20,IINIS.
The V. LIMITED is a solid\ ve"tlbule.l train, composed
I I $30 worth over the worst places. This niul is: tho synonym for exclusively of New Pullman Iulpment-Dlnlnll: ) Car, Double Drawing Room C. U MYERS Mgr. F. M. JOLLY, T. P. A. KD. 11[. RAFER. TraflK At

might not make so much difference strength and purity. It.i8 sold I Moepera, Stateroom and Ubxervntion Cars operating between bt Augustine and I .JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
'With crops like hay grain and potatoes in almost nil the civilized countries Jacksonville to Now Yoik, via Washington/ leaving M. Augustine 12:10: p. m. and - - -"
(r for they CUll usually be held until the Jacksonville IrJO:! p. m., dally Including Sunday

rond" are nt their best. Tho- green of the j lobe., ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
produce cannot wait. It must be hauled If! the cod fish Itecamo extinctit Mallory LinesSPECIAL

when it Is ready or be wasted. Thus would bo a world-wide culnin- For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

even though the stretch of bud, mint Seaboard, or write
ity, because the oil that comes A. O. MACDONELL, Awt. Gen Pass. Ant. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pans. Agt.
covers only 5 per cent of the total distance -
from its liver \ nil other JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.FOLEY'S
surpasses .
: tho
farmer must keep an extra
horse, leave part of his load behind or fats in nourishing and lifegproperties. i\'in I .. PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

e lilro some' one to help him over tho Thirty years ngo'I 6O YEARS'
Vmd places. Dozens of men with teams the proprietors' of Scott's Kinul- I II EXPERIENCE Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.

find great profit In doing tho work lion found It way of preparing I II -NO OVKRCROWDINQ

sometimes earning! half n dollar for a I STATKROOMSJARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED mtb
few hundred feet of hauling. Wo have cod liver oil HO' that everyone can IMPORTANT 'ef"
ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of
known farmers to ridicule the figures takoit anti pet the full value of
t jcUeu, to show the cost of bad road the oil without the objectionable 'HONEY AND TAR or the seating capacity: of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers mdivldW
? That I I" service and attention.
IJ''II''O i
they di not: realize taste. Scott's I'mulsion is the
f t.i horseflesh what the 101"1'time and road brenkageRural would nave In best thing in the world for weak Prevents Serious Results y COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS Ac. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY

New backward, children thin delicate 1lngn .
YorkerThe From a Cold. < (ketch and Schedule
qtiloklf urertaln fair mini, free whether ma (See of Ships in Florida Times-Union)
t people, and nil conditions of I 'liiT"iillon llprohnhlfpntniilnhle. Cnmniunlr. .'' t1Y..II'hl..n'.."l. .
1 the
llnn.l Orpnrntor In the Soutl. wasting and lost strength. name pent free. OM .,cw<>y forawurinc HANDBOOK' oop.t.n.MMnii. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS 'ORTn
The 1mnd has l'<1 taken through Muiln: & CoTrnctllT
separator many p-cul- Fol., Horny and Tar. Insist tptriat ootlco, without. chitrii. In the Including dellghtfuyjAYLIGIIT SAIL, through the
far ad\autatci; lu the south. It U: n S..nb, fru pamp7aSCOTT
S'i' custom( on ninny farms where few upon having the genuine. Scientific }fm ritan.A. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
SO: HOW2iK: CUF.MttT9 Thr.. all. alo, BOO, 1.00 .
.-ow a are kept t,a churn ui: the InUIt b"nh"mely IIIniitrml w...111,.. Ijiramt can *
very day. This eta b., molded the 400-411 ....L .TB. T, XBW TOMK: Prepared only by oulmton of any ii(>l nuiST JfMirnnl. T rtn 94 Through tickets sold to all northern points. For utt Information regardiB:
rear: f oar moniln.|L Dola by ll n d wl. tractions offered to
A w> < n. other line
Foley Company, by no apply
I use of tho s-p.iritor: as the bulls of the Joe end ft./>>. All tlnggtftt. Chicago. MUNN & CO.301Brold.. New Vork ; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets, etc.,

'. jnUk can be minced sj; much that In Hed Cr0881Phal'llll\Cr.; Urucb Cake d:3& F lit..Wi.hlullo.itlc.: .. ARTHUR W, PIE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jicksoniille, FionattMfazLLUtiJ&t&fai : !


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Florida House ST. ALUrsTISE FLORIDA.


.. : o1c.1oc"lgO: I INDIAN mVlm, :I'lorid: : :
-..."'. . ..:-.:-::: <. :' J:", Thin popular house la centrally located; has all modern Improvements, III' ----- -- .. .. .
eluding more rooms with;. : I I 0 ,

--.,','". than. any other hotel In town. Accom mount OH 250.: Rates $2..'>(0) to $:.l.iO( per : RKSOK11: OF FLOUIDA._." :
''- .,o ....., .; vVft t ea.*. *... ,_...N, day. ---- --- --- -- ------ .
}O.. C. HAYDKN, Manager : A handsome modern hotel lor.itod" on tho bmks of the famous Indian River, :
In limo midst of an M>-aore bum lug/ orangerove.(, stonm heat l I" every room, .
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J HiiIU'H ilh l bath; Altered! ralnwati i ; locution roiicrdcd! by -iyono limo bout .
t in Kocklodce, ; East Coast Halluny depot in the< hotel prounds. Oranges free :
1 Hotel St. George, :bT.: ALiiUSTLXE: FLORIDA: to limo jjiiosts.: Liberal iiiau.igi'iuent 1\1\11'1I\t1I.{ Acoonimod.itions; for :JX! ..'

-vesro. ..'. J 8. II. PICK JUnaiier. ::
Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Peto key. Mich .
I r ENLAKCFD i AND IMPROVED( SINCE r LAST SEASON.Elevator : 1.1'iitllnif ro*,rem i "I l thoUronl lMkim. ipni .I uuu to tlul..bllt-( :

Steam heat Private baths Kiist-cUstt, up-to-dato hotel. I................... ................................:
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$3 per day. Send for booklet.

M. II. :MONTGOMERY, of Huestn +Saratoga, INDIAN
Owner anti l'repiit'tor.THE .
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) Near City Oaten and! Historical "'crtIIUllJn.: Xoolcloc'Lt4: J7l V. ..
Select Vamily Boarding liouso, ulna Table Board! Under now manage I
ntcnt&hates moderate. 1<'. 8. HAYNKS; Piopiletor, Will Open for the Season January 21 st.It .
&DGE & CULLENS, .. OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. SuuuniMtitild H6u8c( Ocean drove, N. ..1.PALATICA I
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-- -- Is situatml In the heart of I time Or.irrjro OinwlngDUtilct.
\ !Boating I , Hunting/ Fishing Unexcelled.
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The Graham Hotel, PAI...\TICA, KLOUIDA. T1IK: CUISINE: : UN 111m: 1'11I'; hUPKUVlMOV; : (H' 'rnE MA.V.UIKR.:;


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.:: Opposite Post Oflico and Offices of Ocklan.iha and St. Sohns River MtciuuoisOnly .\1"| :) Manager\ of KMU'-KOV: : HOTHL: :
Opposite pOHtofllco. Centrally located. Thoroughly repulrellmll'enovated. J. V. JORDAN 1'.11"1'(111: "OIYI: >I'k.
. Biick Hotel In the City. Rates : ill::! and $3.r:! >0 per day.\ .
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Newly furnished throughout. LIboinlly conducted: . . . No Detter I'lace In the City. Poiteis Meet) all Trains anil lioats.

J. II.: OANTT Proprietor. New Rocldedge Hotel
Kates $2.50 per day and up. .
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13. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. OLI> SI Anln. :I':ZI':. COODAI-L, FLA.
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:. N. O'NEAL The Seaside Inn, OLD .sEAHREE/K 0001:U J.J.,, KLA. oi 3E3i: >ar :I: :>ECEn.JX1JDrt.: 24111.;

Is row open for tho winter sensor, under the management of the owner, (
Casino Bowling Etc.
. HAS LEASED THE . HORACE: F. STF(; 'VARL'. Ilftndsoma nod new, situated on Daytona; Orchestra, Alloys,
the hotel. modem In all Its appointments, with, large, Airy, plean '
ant rooms overlooking,: the nceau and! opposite Ko.ulng's Casino. and) Pier P. A. MIARKS\ Propiletor.INIHANOLA. .
ARAGON Tho surf bathing; unexcelled. Terms moderate. .
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HORACE YO'. STEWART. Owner and Manager.Iteach I .

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It; Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day nnd upwards ---- -- -- -- ------.----- OAK COTTAGE I IANOL.I'.CIIA( ) ( } ,i
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel me completed and it is '
now second to none in thc city. Both cuisine !and service 11118111'pns8cdIn CLARENDON bEAUKKKXK: :, KLOUIDA.D.iytoun A Pilvnto !ItoVrdlntf IIoiisi', In tin bountiful vlllngu of tiullixnula Men UtInland.
the South., Rooms with private bath, $:.f per clay and upwards. 0 ( Jtonch) IB open-' for tlio season. 1"1'11I" rUIIMtllllthlo. Apply) to ,.I.'
On the beautiful, East Coast, 110 miles south Jacksonville.. Capacity doublet A. .s. HUM I'HIIVS, Indlaiiol.i, Kin.'
by tho addition of one hundred new rooms, all connecting with private bath ,J\n.1 .
fESTMORELAND; HOTEL West hay: and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE hot and cold running water In each room. Magnlllcent foyer,line Hiin-pailor now 3liitKITT.; :
FLA. /glass front dlnning-ionm 10(! ) feet In length: facing the broad Atlantic Oconn. Situated _ -_- "
directly on the bluff overlooking the famous Automobile Race Course Western -
American Union Telecriiph: and Booklovor's located In bun-pailor.' Fine Orchestra -
plan. located. Just built and
Centrally open- Dancing:, Bowling, Tennis, liill.ndu\ and numerous other spoils, Spacious River View Hotel MKUKtTT[ PLOIltDA,
ed this season. Fine cooking/ and good table. Hot and' Cold Water Garage: skillful mechanics, and apparatus for charging; Electric Alotor Vehicles .I,
Buy tickets F. E. C. Uy. to DIytonl'l'he Clarendon IIIIHUS meet all tiiNiis. Hag Situated on Hlfli Ground ovrilooking INDIAN:' ItlVEU. Surrounded,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. AH gage; : checked direct from Hotel. ]"or' rates, booklet and further Information, ail
by Orange trees and a PINK': !KOItlOST.I :: highest| lIolllthloH, DrytiHt) Spot In
dress, Tho Clarendon, Seabreeze, Flu.
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2. >0 per day. E. L. POTTEU, Proprietor. C, II. KXAPPK, Manager florid, Electric 1.1/(111'/ H.itliH, Sulphur Swlniinliirf; Pool, Fishing, Uontlng/
_. and inoia\, (tiunu than any place In the St atu. lli.i.klut.,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. - - -- - - -" -
W. M. HAUillT, Propilotor. "
IAl 'ONA. "

he New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. I:A lJ,dA 1.I.ll':,
-On the American'and European Plan-
Under new management.: Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant
family home. Hates: American Plan, $:.OO and $2.00; European, iJOcts Hotel Sarno and Cottages EAU UAI.ME, FLA. :
and up. All can form Union Station stop at the door. ,

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. On tho Eau Onlllo and Indian River Two miles from the month of tho. 1
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the famous. ll.inana: River Unsurpassed Duck (Shooting and Fishing Tho Hotel '
same management and Cottages are elr antly furnished. I'rooatonunn(1 Sulphur Water. Rates; 4
f2.M( {> and $2.r: per d.iy; $Ii), tit: and $15;; per week (/ottngos) completely ''i
furnished! for families. J. WATKINH LEK. :
ew Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE. FLOUIDA. The Grand Atlantic e
10 East Forsyth Street. --- -- --- lUlr.UOUHNI'- : ::. 'l

Center of City; cool, airy looms; first-class In all appointments. The best I

$2 to $2.1>0 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. Europeanplan New Hotel Carleton, lturJlOUICN": ":,Uounty FLUUA.Brevard 'f,1

$1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near '
Finely situated on a high bluff overlooking tho INDIAN RIVER: tI' 'J
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop.OLFE'S ,.(..,". Daytona' Fla.' C Surf and 1 llll salt water bathing./ Hunting and Fishing. Sanitary" *

: plumbing, furnace-heat and gan-llght.; Rates #:2 per day and up. }I.

Corner Bridge, and Bay Stieots.JACKSONVILLE Hpcclal by the week. Private llatlis. I:
On the Beautiful Halifax River. Only hotel standing In hundreds! of feet of ,,1
-Rooms COots) 75cts;; and $1.00- East and South facing lawns. 2,000() square feet verandas. Spacious: Office Hotel Bellevue I
A first-class Restaurant in Connection. and Sun Parlor Ball lard and Smoking room. All conveniences. Cuisine *
A healthy winter resort on high pine land, overlooking Indian River.
J. II. WOLFE, :Manager. and service unexcelled Rates! : $2.CO up. Under ownerships management. Rates 1 $2: and upward per day. Hpeclal rates 1 per week or soimon.Wilte .
for rates to-
HE EVERETT HOTEL Manager.: Proprietor
,- a)5: ; West Bay$t. JAMES: If. JOUNSON & SONS. t t

Centrally Located. Thoroughly Repl\lred and Renovated. New Brown House MKLBOUHNE:, FLORIDA 'If ,j'
Furnished. Plan. Brevard |i
Newly European G .a.. County. .1'{
Centrally: Located on New Haven Avenue Fine View of Indian River !I
G. H. MASON, Proprietor.. and Crane Creek. flood Hunting and Fishing Open the year Round, 11 f II IIHATJ' i
--- - - --- -- :: l $2:! per day. Special by the week, t 11OKO. I

MAGNOLIA Sl'ltlNOS. : M. 1IUOWN, Proprietor tl t\i\
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Magri.olia: : Springs: : : ZSCotel: : I 'f TOUT 1'IIitCl: : '
(St. Johns River) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. ,,'"
Pi'er il ilf
2S milles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line K'y, and river nteamers.
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevator. Electric Lights. Pure FORT l'
Spring Water. Dry Climate. No mosquitoes Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis, The Gables DAYTONA, FLA. The Fort t Hotel 1
Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools and batbs. $1 per day; special FLURUA. ,
weekly rates. O. D. SEAVEY Owner and Manager.
MAGNOLIA INN now open. $2 per day. 1 -OPEN FOR TIlE :HEASON: 1004\ >5>- f .

Located on Volusla Avenue, one block from Postofllco, and two and one- TIlt favorite with the Northern sportsmen Finest FlaIling ou the Coast. ; i ;

ST AUCiUSTlNK.lotel half blocks from Railroad Station. Five view of the Halifax River. 41.1 pounds of bas and lieephead caught by Rev. W. II. VanAntwerp and Lila ;
Sunny, Comfortable Rooms, Single or En-suite. Electric Lights and Hath
son, of New York, In five days this season.' Deer, Wild Turkey and Ducks In

-TABLE UNEXCELLEDIR". N. 11. MAcORIKF, Prop. abundance. Best boats and guide Everything first-class.! Kate $2..V and

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. 3. Wire for rooms. I I

Magnolia, 'I ITUH V If.r.J' A. K. McMULLEN, Lessee, and !Manager. t

Sembler Cottage TIT t1SVILLE. FLORIDA. Almond Boarding HOUSe, Four' PIERCE:, FLORIDA.

Splendly! equipped In every respect; ;50 suites with well appointed private Flrst-clasH bimrd at reasonable rates, can btl secured at the Almond Private
baths; accommodations for 300 guest; 4,000 square feet verandas, exposed to Open All the Year. flood Board and Attention Boarding louse Only one block from the sun; beautiful grounds surround the entire bouno; orchestra furnishes REASONABLE RATES. moderate meaim. Favorite Boarding louse of Fort Pierce.

music twice dally. Rates: fl.: O to .1.00 per day. Special weekly. Two doors from F. K. C. Hallway Station, Tltusvlllo.MS. J. D. ALMOND.

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J Corner Lemon Ad train 8treetB. '
Yon fiU1tDTP6q Flrst-clasn'Table Good, Sanny Rooms. Rates Reasonable, special
by the week.
:MILS. J. N. FEASTER I{ r1cGrs I Executed at the office of the
.' Mia. JULIA B1iEt'rWISCII.p; f
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Mo. .el.ty flue rw well .
t crntral location In the city. Strictly fireproof.rurnl Ad.lre. .. HOTEL: AIJS. ON OTII ,ANI '7TII[ l AOiS.
.h.",. ICoom 0..1,. Open November to oI..n.

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We guarantee ourWATCHES Some of Our CorrcHpondenU Say The past two weeks have been very ,

-KK About It. f gay the famous and exciting automobile at Ormond races. ,Thousand owing to TI.: "t1.1s"V'I.J.1e: :F'WJ.or1C1.n,

i'ikd KK T1TI78V1LI.K.Around have been on the beach to witness them,
this section most of the vegetables and the Inn, Clarendon and Seaside Inn,
f. --ttK had boon shipped hl'n that cole have been packed to overflowing with =OTJll LEADERS=

cp 3 -KK visitor reached us from the North; 110 guests. At one time Hotel Ormond was
KK little was lost In that direction. The entertaining; over BOO guests; and It wa

majority of the oranges. also, were ship a gay scene throughout the house, to see You will find at our stoi.. 1 I .
xn a/ : ir pet before the cold snap; but many were so many tourists of prominence therein ir.rjs. s lupinEdwin
frozen on the trees Several: saved their! Messrs. Anderson A Price, and their line of up-to-date

by firing. The loaves on the or- staff of clerks were kept busily
JKWKLKIIS A IMPOKTKItf -k crops /genial 1 GENTS'
and Kluln II West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. ange treed were slightly singed with the engaged: In consequence of this big rush Shoes '
WATCH US.WRH _ JK cold, and many will lose part of the) of tourists from tbe North. Clapp ; Every article new and ''I",
All Stauulerd Diekea -Our lOO-page Catalogue mailed on request leaves. It la said that the noes are not From Friday until Wednesday the > vel?)

] IflM tOCU. Injured. weather was lovely, although some said : latest style. These art"I", I,.,
****************************************************K.BARGAINS INDIANOLA. It was.too warm on the beach for com Crossett Shoes, I lOe,

"------ ,. --" --.. I .--- The blizzard and cold wave reached fort; while others were delighted with ; tionod, sufficient said, IK ,,111, 0,'

I A LAUNCH: PARTY. here Wednesday night as predicted, such weather-so closely following- the Manhattan Shirts customers know that WI' sell| th,
cold ,
and surprised us by the verity of It.
Again it hall been shown that Merritt On Friday the fifty mile race for the very best that money can LilY I ?,,
. : Wednesday afternoon the follow- Inland in favored, and Is truly a few degrees Lozler trophy took place at an early E. & W. Collars
ing party came up from Merritt In Chief warmer than on the main land. hour. Only three of the seven entries all dthers will be convnued who
T. F. Kevins' launch the Nellie of took part and of these but one finished,
IN GASOLINE : II. There still great; difference opinion, from
Hamilton Kenney, contiaotorDesmond In regard to the loss of crop, some say; Walter Christie, in a 00 horsepower Knox H as. purchasing us All) 6oodi{

Dunne, advertising contractor, of Brook 0.11111 !gone, while others think part will machine, of his own make and driven marked In plain figures,
MARINE ENGINES. lyn, J. P, Koathing, Ex Highway Com- be saved. The limes, lemons, guavas by himself winning the race In the time

missioner and son, of New York City; and pineapples are a total: 1 loss; but of one hour. eleven minutes and twenty- Stetson Hats Our Motto: "Strictly One Priced\
Joseph Oarncau! a prominent Tammany some of the orange groves show tut lit one one fifth seconds. ,
politician; Tlioa. Kagan, Jos. Wynne, tie damage, while others look very bad- The morning broke clear, warm and i All." Send In your orders-bavin;
Ed. Everard and Fred Shelton beautiful. nan In this race that Bar- '
We are offering special, prices for too! and last, but by on means least, Mr. T.; ly. OEO GIANA., coy Oldfleld/ made his first appearance And theQueen a complete stock we can mah,

next 30 F. Nevlng, Ex. Chief of Brooklyn' Fire on the track. The machines started at
days on-
and the
has shipment
The freezing cold come gone prompt day
Ormond, going south twelve and one- !
Department. They are a right jovial how much damage Shoes
It is hard to tell yet allowance Quality
half miles with two minutes
KNOX, party, and came up to see Titusvllle and is received.
it has done. Very few oranges seem to
to attend Gorton's Minstrel show. for turning. The second, however, was
DuMOOY: be hurt. The trees look bright and]
made In fast time. The start wasmade
Messrs. Dunne and Kenney remained very
of few leaves for the Ladies.
GRANT-FERRIS green: with the exception a
after 7
here to take a cruise in the Kose Marie shortly
had fair
where the north-west wind
and REGAL with Capt. Jack Laflln, and all the other a damaged 'l'helrst/ twenty-five miles Mr. Christie
New Yorkers returned to Merrltt. sweep at them. Pineapples are made( In 48:34: Oldfield 45:43.; : Mr.
: but not all killed. The mango made the last five miles --. -- -- .- -
ari.D..O Chief Nevlns Christie twenty
En.g1.D..os.'Ve : ; who called at this office
with Contractor Kenney, Is now using; trees prominent seem to man have, fared who the owus worst.valuable One nU:46.: : winning the race In ] :llW:: () 15. Jt. Jf """)l.Jt..H.Jf..Jf..Jf....... .....Jf..JfJt..JfJf........,.

the Walton Self-Locklng'rackle Blockson property was beard to say. "If my (continued on page 4.)
ILviEost J.1c..s
his :: Complete : :
carry a large: stock and can make place.SI place was for sale, which it Is not, I .

prompt deliveries. Write for prlcoit. would ask just one thousand dollars CHURCH NOTICES. EVER snowy IN :
PLUNKARD more tot it now, than I would_ before ::
COMPANY the; freeze. We have suffered much It DIAMONDS. S -tt CUT GLASS, i
less on the Island than those on the *: SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER TABLE-s
will held by the in
Services bo
Also- J. C. Lewis, one of the cleverest of mainland. So much SKI t-water on both the Methodist church, Tllusvllle, next GOLD] FILLED JEWELRY, WARE. }

VAPORIZERS, comedians, assisted by a company of sides of us la a grant protection from Sunday, Feb. 5th, at 11 a. ru. Servicesat STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE .:

SPARK PLUGS, merit will present the amusing rural cold. Cocoa at 7 p. m. T: The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever s
DYNAMOS, drama, SI Plunkard, at the Titusvllle) LOTUS. It !Las been thought wise to make shown in Titusvllle.J :
MAGNETOS Opera house,Saturday evening, February! The freeze struck this cart: of the some changes In the! appointments on *
.' 4, 1004. island pretty hard. All vegetables being the circuit, and, therefore, the followingwill : jCff-SPECIAL; ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
AT COST ----- Si Plunkard Is the stofy of an unsuspecting killed outright: but the orange trees be the order of appointments for G. L. MANDAVILLE Titusville Fla
;, simple old farmer being de'randod show very little effect, and not more the future : Preaching nt Itusville on :

by a clover sharper fiom, the city, ban one quarter of the oranges were the morning of the first :Sunday: In each It*************************************************
The Florida Motor Co. assisted by an unscrupulous Jew. Mr.J. lost. !if that.Everybody. month, and on the second Sunday morning -
J. C. Lewis appears In the character : in )planting; beans again/: and night. Titusville will, also,

DAYTONA FLI'RIDA. of the traditional Don neaster SI Plunk- and they were very fortunate In having have the /fifth Sunday night., 'Preach- E. L. :: R'Y & :seO.:
ard, whose chief reason for being Is to the seed on hand. log at Cocoa on the night! of the first ,
serve as a foil to the conventional villain. "" :Sunday: In each month, and on the third -DEALERS IN-
::11. x... MOTLO V'. The sensational features are a full workIng nOCK LEDGE.Rockledge :. Sunday morning and nights.: Mime w"J
threshing machine, the country fair has apparently) thrown oil have the afternoon of the second Sunday ,

scene and many other catchy novelties. the effects of the cold weather, which instead of the first Sunday. Osteen will We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAFES FERTILIZERS

Admission 7">ol8, 50cts and 35cts.: Ko- did considerable damage to oranges hero.and have the fourth Sundary as before. We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coniwra.
served seats now on sale at Penney Airanning's. A large proportion of the oranges
Write for Grain and all Groceries delivered at
but all us prices on your station.
lemons was saved by firning:,
fruit not protected by fires were frozen. BURNED TO DEATH.

Yh Trees not damaged. Guavas and other __ _ ._ on __ _ __
hurt. The
tropical fruit badly murcury
I) went to 28 degrees in the groves that John Grim, of Turnbull, was burnedto .A..C;<>1"VE:
elsewhere. ; death In his house on Tuesday night, C
hy There will be a very enjoyable ent8l'talnment were fired and 20 degrees
Illul about 10:30.: The evidence before the
here from lionaven-
at the Opera house, Titusvllle, Reports received
-Dealer In-
jury said that his death was accidentalthe
the ture are about the same as the above.
on Friday evening next, 10th Instant,
house catching fire probably
when a concert the-well-known vocal' and Instrumentalselections SOUTH KOCKI.KUOK. through carelessness In smoking clgar- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT ill

by and popular ettes. Grim was ill at the time, and as .
r musicians of Titusvllie-also a farce- Well, Old Jack Frost hit us again/: but PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
comedy, "A Picked Up Dinner," will be not so bad as some have reported. None here; were no neighbors within couple TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
of bundled yards, he lost his life beforehe
hurt In these
presented followed by a dance. (If the orange trees are
..' This will be an up-to-date affair, and parts, and much of the fruit Is saved. could be gotten; out of the house
.. that Deceased was about ;:10 t() years of age,
readers There are a good many trees hardly
our are particularly requested
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers not to miss It. how a mark of frost. So there will be and was were a native Interred of Turnbull Ills remains on- Wna.: R. Walker

Ales Stout, Etc. It Is /gotten up by the Ladles' Pro a good many sound oranges shipped from Wednesday. It Is said he has a brother
Culture Club this section. Dealer In
gressive which Is an Indication -- -
orders I ITITUSVIT.LE I in Florida.
HJg Send me your
that. It will be a very delightful BAIT GALLIC.:
and COCOA, FLORl A. affair. Staple an.d.: Fac..c'37" Groceries: : ,
The cold wave of last week nipped) all

Wo.:,Kose r veil seats,SOo; general admission, tender plant and new growth.: Orange IMPROVING HIS PROPERTY. Fruits: an.d.: Vegatablec" 1

___ trees were not injured.

East Coast Meat Market OFF FOR A CRUISE. MKL1IOUKNE.: Mr. O. F. Turen, who recently boughtDr. Hay, G-zsiin.: aI--: Feed.

J. M. I>lxon's property on Julia
Although the cold wave arrived and Titusville has had force of -Your Patronage Sollclted-
G. F. DUREN, Agent. street, a men
did damage to tender vegetation, we are FLORID.TXTUS'"VXLLE .\..
Messrs. W. II. McFarland, of Titusville employed cleaning up the yard and out TITUSVILLE. -
s:: and O. A. and U. N. Bell, of Coltim- glad to report little damage to grapefruit houses having new floors laid, etc., this
cis"r bus,O,have chartered the Why NotCapt. and orange trees, or the fruit. week. AVe understand Mr. Duren I intends -
-p-;>> --. blmonson, master, for a crulsu to Miami MALAIJAIl. planting shade trees around his IIV ERY: ST.A.DLE,

42 and return. They left on Saturday last, >roperty- thus falling In Hue with other
c:> s:>> and have been taking In the motorboat The recent cold spell has not damaged residents on Julia street-and making It l I
: the citrus trees at all. Most of them of the FEED AND SALE Ild fl SADDLE HORSES
pa races at Palm Bench, this week, but will one beauty spots of Titusville.
era return home by easier stages spending will shed part of their leaves, and Its lie has rented the first floor of the rest- I ,
e. =u between a month and six weeks on the thought there will be some fruit that dence to Mr. Andy Wagoner and family. .,.STABLES... 4 BUGGIES
had been but
trip. Mr. K. O. Bell left his family at I.* not damaged. There t
Daytona, where they have a cottage on little fruit shipped),! from lieie.KDEX. BAGGAGE J II SURREISI
__ U2 Itidgewood avenue Mr. C. A. Hell will ::: MINSTRELS.Gorton's I ll

a -eta be with Mr. and, Mrs. McFarland with Wo see by the Fruit Trade Journal TRANSFER, r andTURNOU'rSoiHAULING
r3+ ,.y the Wallace Shows! the coming
: season.
frozen. Minstrels received
hat at Jensen everything wa a rousing
ti t=3 .
No more pleasant way of touring the That is putting it a little too strong reception in the Opera house, Titusville, ETC. ..all kinds.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Robbins Kast'Const could be found than the one here and
Jensen Is only two miles from Wednesdry evening, encores were .
selected by those gentlemen:: of cruising and, although, It was pretty chilly here, called for repeatedly) by the large: and or. nvr. OsbAn: ,
on our Inland waterway, where fishing\ : by some strange freak of nature, we enthusiastic audience. The troupe Is TITUSVILLEn rear of Robbins' Law Office- FLORIDA
and bunting may be found In quantitiesto are not frozen out. Our tropical plants composed good performers, and they
&: Graham Co. suit the most enthusiastic sportsman. are all arrayed in the fashionable shades deserved all the applause the/ received, - -

of brown, and many of our citizens are a The acrobats were also exceptionally INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
(Incorporated) The Old lllncksmltlt Shop. beautiful shade of indigo: ; but we, who good, and were loudly applauded.
accustomed to "northers," are mak-
PAID UP CAPITAL $2.1,000.00: ,
the best of It, knowing it will come out
Head The :New York !'JIerahl prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend
This owns right. "Only another blessing In die-
kinds of
company All Blacksmithlng: Wagon .
paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T.
Work; tires shrunk without cutting-a guise.; While In Florida.It T. WETMORE
nil Proprietor.
nsr ZD s, wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and WHITE CITY. ,

H the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. much better. Horse shoeing and !gun The pineapples are injured to some contains exclusive reports from all -
repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo extent, we do not deny, but there will
Lncle River; at Now River and on Hay the old shop. be a pretty good crop, and as the crop the Winter Resorts; Automobile and The TitusYillle Blacksmith Shop
J. D. KNNIS Titusville Fla. Society News; Latest Market Reportsand ,
Dlscayne. Prices to suit the times. will be short, our prices will\ be better,
so we will not lose much. None of all the news of the busy world.
Send, for Land List. O. B. STEELE Proprietor.All .
the plants are killed.\ Adventures of Buster Brown In the New

Offices at Titusvllle and Miami Fla. The bottom layer"of The guava crop Is the only one lost, York Sunday Herald. X13-7 kinds of Blacksmith Machine and Engine Boiler Work will be done by
but as that is only a home frnlt and not .

a t money crop, In this section, it realy experienced workmen.
J. L/MOBLEY: a box a f does not cut uiuoh llgure. Cheap For Cash and
-Buggies: Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-
If you want to know how slick White

TITUSVILLE, FLA. City escaped the freeze, as if you was A 33ft. launch; full cabin and complete A bicycle gun and...
looking for a location, we invite to
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, , Kalomlnlng. come and see for yourself. you equipment; perfect condition, and G-on.orai: :El.cpa1.r: Shop

Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging now In commission. Speed miles.
at the most reasonable price DADE COUNTY. seven wm be operated In connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
Address, Box 38.:),
consistent with good workmanship SATISFACTION: GUARANTEED-
CANDIESbrings PALM 1IEACII. Jacksonville, Fla.

All Work on the East CoastEspecially The News says : "Dada county bad a -.--_ ---

brings fortli as nmy mantle of ice on the morning: of the 20th, For Charter.

SolicitedLet :! morsels the freeze extending as far south ns Buffalo Gasoline MotorIS
Fruit the
Cutler. on trees was ruined.
me know what want and '
estimate on It. you Prompt attention get my and surprises Some oranges and grapefruit: from the Cruising yawl Trochee. For particulars -

given to all work. proves found to ho unhurt. Most of the enquire of the owner,
as tlelop layer. ornamental trees and shrubbery ana
Stanley Kltchinir, Stuart, Fla. lit
plants and flowers were either killed or
greatly injured
Heal Instate BargaIns.Nice LIABLE I* ALL
Indian River FruitCo., MIAMI.

ROCKLEDGE, FLA, "The Metropolis reports thermometer to WEATHERWhen
Candy Fresh Every Week. 20 degrees. Orange trees not hurt. All 8-room cottage:: well

vegetable crops) suffered. Tom Peters located, in Titusville . , $1200 00 ; you get dlsgu.t"
...................... tbe Dade county tomato king says: 12 acres Land and House,' 2-y ensii
1 1 'cutler is wiped oil the face of the part set In Orange Tree In with cheap
i "
:| E.'Vesey Hall, earth. Eau Gallic. . . . . 700 00 . try the
.I Georgiana, Fla. J Surveyor's Transit. 30 acres Land, nearly i B1JFF.GEO. .\ O,;

HANNtBROESKEF" i Mlle\ River Front, C mile
Boat Builder _
j north of Eau Gallle. . 400 00
Wanted, a Surveyor's Transit State
1 ONLY: FIRST-CLASS WORK. price and maker Address, 20 acres River Front at R. WALL9CL
5 lardeevilla . .. . 400 00
OLD NEWSPAPERS Write for Estimates. T 20-lf J. F. BELL, P I
or Sale : 2Jtf D. L. GAULDEN.: Agent,, West Pains Be*
Cheap, at this office. t1NN..NN'NN'N..N White City Fla- Titusvllle, Fla.
40 U. P.g .
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