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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TITUSVIL.LE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY.__ JANUARY 8, 100: PRICE, 5o.


CAL NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL' WORK GO TO CALL AT TAYLOR'S
PHOTOGRAPH
Dr. Dodson, near Indian River hotel. Gallery TItusvllle,and look at samples SAM PERKINS Sanford, I. Dyeing HUNTING AND FISHING. ON AMONG THE HOTELS.

Topic of General .Interest. -Mr. Harry Watton of Clifton was -Dr. E. E. Rollins paid a professionalvisit Sheriff Jon 1*. Brown left for Jensen THE EAST COAST. -

In town on Monday.,, to Sebastian on Monday, returning ;yesterday Where to stop along the East: Coast

THE ADVOCATE, -Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson, of Ban Gallic, here next day. COST SALE Gardner, TItusvllle. The resident of Tltnsvllle have been See list of hotels on 7th page

1.GO per annum, in ac!"'anoe.. paid a visit to Jacksonville the first of -Mr. Goo. 1". Miles of St. Augustine: -Mr. W H. H.Gleason of Eau Gallie, well supplied with bear and venison The ADVOCATB Is now on file at rip '
1.00 *' six months \., ..the week. has been on a visit to Eau Gallie, Palm was a visitor to town ;yesterday steak wild turkey, quail duck, etc., the best hotels In :New York city

Ea.OO per an to foreign countries. -Now is your time to buy a launch or Beach and Miami this week. -Rev. J. A. Hughes received Wednesday this winter. Where to stop In Tltusvlllef. See TI

Bien 'you subscribe for the Anro- sailboat cheap. Read the ads on'this -The best way to get 'the upper handof a 2| U. P. Dutton engine for his Capt. A. B. Carter had Frank Harrisonout tusvllle hotel ad on our' 7th page.

; by the year It does not dOlt you page.Miss a competitor Is by the employment of 18 foot) launch, Rosa. duck hunting, Friday. The had a In consequence of the
upon
cent,per week, postage Included. Daisy Hardee one of Rockledge's more and better advertising.-Advisor.Tltusville .-Attorney G. A. Frost has been appointed a fine short day time, and bagged forty-two ducks In our space, we cannot Insert pressure hotel arrivals
most popular ladles wasa : town dark of TItusvllle says our Georgian corres at a less rate than five
Bte date of expiration printed upon young Public School'will resume vice Mr pondent. cents per line per
pleasant visitor to town W. 8 week.
paper or wrap every week. This ;yesterday. on Monday nextwhen all the pupils are Brennlng resigned.:
|'weipt for your money. No needto -Mrs. Jerome T. Feaster of LaGrango requested to be In their places on time. 'There have been several small but Messrs. Nauman and Crook of the The additions to the Royal Polnclana J

lend receipt for subscription. left here, Monday for Hardeevllle, on a -Captain C. F. Fischer's trim little pleasant. social parties In town this week her Haulover' of recently caught.a large num hotel Palm Beach are fast approaching 1
It few days' visit with, her by of green turtle, which were shipped completion and It Is said the hotel will
pate gives to you. parents.Mr. yacht is again In the water, after undergoing way finishing up the holidays. off by the fish firm of Gladwln fc Walkerof about II
on tbe 10th
open ,or I In. .
i EAST 'Co AST ADVOCATE Is on Geo. W. Scoble after spending a thorough overhauling on Nelson's .Capt. Fred Sooble arrived In town TItusvllle. .J
I the following new-ltand, at five the holidays) with his family In TitusvUle ways. on Sunday bringing the Merle S. up to Shark i Readers take note of the hotels now "
returned to Fort Pierce have her fishing from the Palm Beach open and advertised on our 4th aDd 7th '
ker copy t on Monday.Mr. -Mrs. Jacob N. Feaster, of LaGrange, overhauled on Nelson's ways. la of the

8yl11B." R. Wilson Son. and Mrs. F.T. Budge after en. has been having such an enjoyable visit -Mr. H. B. Mace has purchased a fine late. On one Friday a six-footer amusements: : was) for safely tour hotels pages, for Do the not best look hotels around for other .

r J. B. Screven.ffjkBonville joying the holidays with Capt. and Mrs. at Jensen that she finds It hard to tear 3A-foot Palmer launch named.the Lark landed on the beach, much to> the de advertised In the pink are of generally Florida. 1
paper
Daval hoteL herself
James Prltohard left for their home at away from her many friend to tow his houseboat, Edna,In calms and light of the onlookers. ,
u News stand, Union depot Miami on Sunday. the Those hotel Jnanagers, who were good s
Sunday 29th ulfc, the F. E.: C. :Ry. through canals. Major Clark and C. Aloesworth,
are enough to send us Invitations for Christ.
1 Reading notice ads. are ten cents tST" This la the commencement of a schedules No.of trains 35 and 78 went -Miss Bessie Hall who has been hav. among our most Indefatigable/ and tireless IoU and New, Year's dinner, have the 10
this new year and as we! want to pay every changed. 80 arriving, Titusville, at lug a delightful time with her sister, sportsmen and bag ducks and other thanks of tbe ADVOOATB. Our only regret
tie on pace.n
body to whom we are Indebted,we should 2:47p.: m., and No.78 arrIYlng, Tituaville Mrs. John C. Jones, at Klondike: returned game dally,to the delight of their many Is that we were unable to i
Perkins,Sanford,cleans clothes. like those who are Indebted to the AD- at 20-tp.m. home on Tuesday. friends to whom the greater part of the them all. accept

Kstoffloe1 Inspector Caufleld,of Ala-. TOOATX to do likewise-pay up. -Mrs. Walker who has been In Bos Judge A. D. Penney has been confined game: I. donated says our Eau: Gallie Mr. Louis H. Bingham chief clerk of .

e was la town yesterday: Senator W. J. f.!.Roohe, Chas. F. ton with her daughter, Mrs. Sweet, for a to his home with a touch of la correspondent Hotel Ormond, Ormonii,has arrived from

>r. J. M. Dixon 'spent a' day or so I :Naethlng, J. Ross Valentine and W. J. alt couple the week.'Of :years'She of so, has been In town grippe this week but we hope to see him On Friday afternoon Dr, E. E. Rollins New Britain, Conn., and says tbe O.
owns
Ibis mother, at Cocoa'', the first of Ilazlewood, of New York are expected In North TItusvllle. some property' around again ere long. and Loyd; Peacock returned to Titus mond will do a big tourist business this
eek here on Sanday to take a hunting cruise ?:::; -The friends of Miss* Kate vUle from a deer Let, bringing with season, the bookings for rooms being
with Commodore J. M. Latlln on the Messrs. F. L. Ilamorand C. J. Cren- Pritchard many them two fine bucks and a large number already very heavy. "
to learn of her Illness
acme your reservations over the house-boat'Rose Marie. Shaw, two- popular young solicitors for aresoiry of ducks. The deer were shot near the
Line at the ADVOCATJB office TI- northern during the paat week but hope she "will head o' Indian River Our northern reader.,-wbo intend vie.Itlng .
,
commission houses have been just north of Ly
-Mrs. W. R. Walker jr., after spending soon be around as usual.
le. .. guests of the Indian River hotel few ratta. Venison steaks, consequently Daytona are requested to take note 1,
of the
part holidays with her parent days this week' -Mrs. Wesson of Cocoa, and Mrs. were In order for a few days, and the. of the hotel ads. on We recommend
Ir. Henry T.Titus, who Is now re- JIll'''. Anna Conkllng!, of Melbourne; andwith tbe following ftnblaes hotels
H. Wesson and ADVOOATK ,
little ,
daughter of Palat-- was kindly remembered
In Daytona, was In town from Sun- her brother's family at Eau Gallie, -Dr. F. Fremont Smith physician at ka were the guests of Mrs. T. T. Wet. which are now open) Hotel toipland, ,
fntU Monday- returned to her home in TItusvllle the the Royal Poinciana, passed more few Colonnades and Seaside Inn.
a this
days week.
onator and frs.VZ.N. IXrolck now fleas of the week accompanied by her Tltusviue! Saturday, on his war through DEATH OF MR. RICHARDS. Afe
little daughter Wlnefred. Beach. He was accompanied by his -Mr. Rob. Jlbb left here. Saturday Our AUlulUno Vinrnwnandant! Informs
their headquarters at Qypolaxo, I charming wife and bright children. last, for St. Augustine where be went us that Bupt. Ar M. Taylor will l
id of Palm Beach. -Mr. W.L. Thomas of Valdosta Oa., for medical We regret to have to chronicle the fact open the Casino on Saturday January

ECr. S. fl. Ilappersett, a former resl.f who has charge of the orange grove belonging There will be a meeting Of the mem yesterday, much treatment improved In He health.returned of the death of Mr. William F. Richards llth, when water and other sports will '
Tltusville but now of DeLand to his sister Mrs. E. 8. Wiley bers of the Eastern Star at their lodge- a prominent and well known pineapple be In order. Dancing will also! be an. !
wi In! town yesterday.' arrived In town on Monday and left for room In Titusvllld on Tuesday evening -Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Montgomery of grower of Eden who departed this life other Important feature\ and Professor ,
Georgia the next day. He left Mrs. next the 7th 10.&., when full attendance Angusta, Ga," who arrived here yesterday on Wednesday: evening January 1. 1002 Slenker's celebrated Aloasar strips b,mt
Ln nnadvertlaed business Is like an Wiley quite 'well In health, but was not Is requested. 7:30 o'clock sharp In a private oar left for Sanford at 0 ::18 o'clock, from diabetes. PeneaseIwan will furnish the njuslo

rltbout a handle, or a (gun without, certain as to when she would return to this morning. They are on their honey favorably known to hundreds Of
IreL-The Advisor Tltusville.. -Mr. Henry 'M. Flagler ha* been.en- residents along the East Coast, and we Mr. Fred S terry, manager of Hotel t
tertalnlnll .eyeral friend. al: Palm RAIiAh moon.The Royal Polnclana and .
Breakers
pfr. E.. C. F. Sanchez, &. prominent -Miss Ethel Coutant was among the during the past two weeks.; Mr. William l members Of the Tltusville Boardof have, never He was heard upright of his having an enemy ]Beach who bad been to Hot Springs, Palm
conscientious and ,
of Gainesville Fla. was a fortunate ones who received a handsome Kenan father of Mrs. Trade have moved their
pleas
ney ; Flaglerpss.edthrough rooms from honest to a degree well Va., to tee his newly-bornbaby and wife, '
alter at this office on Monday.>> and useful sterling silver, gold-plated TitusvUle Monday on his return over the 1lo.tofilceito I the Indian River Mason In excellent as as being and to look after his' palatial new hotel
standing.
fudge and Mrs. and Miss present at Christmas It la a present to Wilmington, N. C. hotel' Manager Bast having kindly given Deceased the that Is In course of construction passed
; Penney was eldest child of
that Is much admired those who have the Board the free Capt. "
by of his
9 of this have been -Admiral and use rooms for Thomas E.and Rebecca through Titusyllle, Friday afternoon
Penney place, seen It. She she will It Dewey wife have engaged their J. Richards, and
only wear meetings
visit to Mrs Jarvla, at Cocoa, this on state occasions.Mr. says. a suite of rooms at the Breakers, WM born In Newark, N. J., Nov. 8ltb, lost, on his return to Palm Beach, .
Palm Beach where they are expected on -Major C. K. Graves, of Melbourne 1852.: In the fall of 1870 he came to Indian The New Rockledge has among other

Tr. Adolf }f. Jaehde, a well-known H. T. Whaler, the weil known Sunday or Monday next. The genial Beach,was a pleasant visitor to town on River, and bas remained lI.rela the attractions, this year, a very fine orchestra. ,\
Jeweler and watchmaker of Miami and Admiral will not feel lonesome at Palm Tuesday. The Major' friends plpenpple business since He
orte of Lee's has been many are over was a It -Is. composed of three pieces-* ,'I.
burp
this tuner week' to, the tun- TItusvllle was In town this week, having Beach for he will meet hosts ot friends always pleased to see him In town. He gentleman of exemplary habits, and piano violin ana vlollnoolto, The yianiat ,
Jn pianos. attending come up from Dade's county town ac that beautiful resort will return home to-day. We acknow" everyone bad a kind word for him; now, wbo Is the leader. Is a componor of some ,,\\1'1
i on his quarterly inspection of watches ledge a pleasant call lie has to his last
-Mr. Robert Ransom has been gone testing: place", and fame, having written the music for"1'he V
\\r. W. H. MoFarland, who has been and clocks used by the employees of the work. his hosts of friends will his i
see genial Helmet of Navarre
recently
the Mrs. B F. staged In
Ing on foundations for the Brown who has been y
big under h;
F. E. C, Co. between guns face ,
for Railway Tltus no Deceased ,
,
erprlse a week or two, hunting, more. leaves a wife New York our
be the says Rooklodge
mounted carver
> In of
ti the care
Plaza St. AngusC-. a pbysolan in Baltimore
d I ville Sanford New and Fort and three children
In Smyrna
town yesterday. He will soon for to mouiu) the sad loss pondent.
Ino. Six time
guns are to be mounted, and some past undergoing treat.meat of'a
kind
to sad.
i Jacksonville. Pleree.Mr. there will be several pyramids of cannonballs for her eyes, returned home tether generous husband 'aod I A flrsl-cUss, musical tinder_the management

fl' Harry Richard,of Atlanta Oa. Wm. II. Peters, a popular and which will make the Plaza look day accompanied by Archdeacon Brown, The sympathy. the ADVOOATB and of Mr. Roy It Barker, will lie .J'
ed through here, Wednesday, on his genial resident ot Brooklyn N. Y., wbo more attractive than ever wbo met his wife in Jacksonville people! of the East Coast Is extended given at the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze

I to Eden to see his brother,Mr. AVm. I has a cosy winter" home at Daytona, has -Capt. John Thomas, a sturdy ofd Misses Grlsard 'and Aleph Minis the: bereaved family and relatives, In the to about the lit of February. Then wfli

lards, wbo has been seriously 111 fore the been ADVOCATE.advertising This his week launch he for writes sale In sea dog from' Maine, who recently called who, have been attending a meeting o'itbe hope that they may be consoled by the be outside help as well as local talent I

| time past with diabetes. to discontinue the ad. he has sold us at the ADVOCATE office to see Walton'sSelfLocking Florida State: Teachers' Association memory of deoensud's life, and the confidence and this musical promisee to beat any f:

{Judge D. L. Gaulden, who has been tbs launch for $1,000. Nothing, as like advertising :! Pulley Block said It was returned here on Tuesday, and reported of his glorious Immortality. thing of Its kind ever given Id Senlrsesa. :'(,"
ding the holidays with his family at In the pink' when one of the best things he had seen In a having had a very delightful time In With an honorable creditable and happy People are already looking forward to .I )
land, returned to TItusvllle at 1:2$ paper ;you long while. As an/ old sea captain bis Ooala. Miss Mlms was accompanied by past, with opportunities and hopes fur this coming treat and tbe AnvocArs"ronrietar fA!
results.
nit t An Mstniiav. and alter attending want good 0010100 was that "there were million. In *n old jilwtl frldinfi. Ikrlaa 1 urns' nt nhI- .-..m.nt._ the .1'111,1- n'' d.-...th saknnw'kdass\ MiMtlnft. fit- An Un. I-.-- }fa ,.
is mall, left 'on the 2:1)4.naln for -Mr. and Mrs M. J. Taylor of New It." He wanted" buy a dozen to sand to Qultman, Georgia, who had been visiting' cams and '. dihm; : and Le surrendered vltatlon to be present.' i

sonville for a day or two York were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE friends In Maine and New Brunswick, relatives-Mr. and Mrs. Skipper, of New to the inevitable with the same The Klver view hotel, at Merritt, under tyi
office on Friday afternoon last. but they are not yet on the market. Smyrna. The AUVOOATB acknowledgesa quiet, peaceful grace which has ohsrao the proprietorship of Mr. J. J Wilkinson > F ;
:\Ir and Mrs. D. A. andy
Blodgett "
They their to Indlaoola to rleasant call from tensed him In life for .
were on way the above "His
Mr. J. J. White of young mlAor4lsra.; Is one of the well-known and .
cosy
Christmas hol- Itookledge who
after spending
,
visit friends and Intended ladles. sun went down In the but
some
stoppingat It lank
morn
hot of Indian
River and Is
bad an ad. In the ADvocATe last now ready _
with Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Peck at week
i short rise "
Rockledge a white also. Mr.Tavior to again amid the splendors of ,
a day receive
to guests. This homelike hotel
calling attention to his furnished -MI.* Nenee Rowe the last
ledge returned to Daytona( the end cotrage gave dance) "
la the of the Florida and bright fresh eternal
owner he
st week., Their many friends are al- other ostrich farms and Is favorably which was for rent writes to discontinue of the season to her pupils In the Opera' In peace. May rest Is on Msrfltl's Island, nearly opposite: ,1
said ad. has house last which Cocoa, and Is almost surrounded by or' I
i pleased to see them on Indian as be rented the night wits much enJoyed -
known to hosts of the
a. people throughout cottage to Mrs. J. G. Gerry, of Oceanus by the onlookers. The little ones seta and other trees. At the Hirer view ;'If
United States. As usual, Mr. Taylorwill N. Y., who saw the ad. in the pink pa did remarkably well, and their fancy FAUST IN TITUS ILLE. / "" dogs, guns, fishing\ tackle eta '
have. branch farm of ostriches. at
Mr, and Mrs. Simmons and MissIons per. When our East Coast people want dances were repeatedly applauded. It can be obtained at, short notice whenon '

of Detroit, Mlou.-werepass- Palm; Beach this wlater. to sell buy lease or rent property, they was surprising to note how' well they the Eit. Count, do not forgethe .1'
One of the best .
rs on Tuesday's southbound train, formerly should advertise went their entertainments we have Rlvervlew hotel, Merrltt Fl.. .
-Mr. C. B. Hogg o. New York, 'fn the ADVO .oLTI1. through various evolutions, ,
10 TltulYllI",
ute to the New, Rookledge hotel connected with the Standard Oil and we regret that time and will tee 0 In along time, was that ,
The first dance of tbe
of Hubert season gives at
Labadle's
A SILVER MEDAL WAS AWARDEDthe version of Faust ,
ledge for the season Although Co., wbo recently bought the fine yacht, not permit of our reporting this event Hotel Alcaxar 8t Augustine the d'
Buffalo four-oyllnder gasolenemotor which was produced at the liou. by
Simmons has not been South for a Opera '
from Mr. J. T. Waters Tlbbals at length. Tonight the Cherokee Club
Irene W
Mr
at the Pan-American Expositionat Saturday evening before a fairly.' crowd popular manager, Jos IV Or,.vea,
inters, she has not been forgottenr ad. the ADVOOATK will Rive a dance which will be free '
through an In : ,'stop- Buffalo. It was the highest prize to ed house. The several parts were well took place on Saturday night/ and It was
Club
> Indian River friends..t .
many. pad over here from Monday until Tuesday given In the above class. members of the and their friends. o..IIIQ the hands of goal and capable a grand success. :The attendance was :

.t an election of officers told at the on his way to Tlbballs, giving our GEO.: R. WALLACE, Agent: artists; and !Jub rt LabadleasMepblato rather ...loKt, about 1110 being{ prtoens ;:
vllle Presbyterian Sunday School office a pleasant call while In town. Mr Buffalo, Gasolene Motor Co., Position Wanted.A Mary Van Tromp. Marguerite, carried The parlors, however, were well filled, ; :
unday/the following officers were Hogg, who was entertained by Mr. T. 'r. Palm Beach Fla. ont heir |arts perfection. The scenic, and tbe floor was not over crowded with
id to serve during the ensuing year: Wetmore, is about to>> take a sail to &.'- first-class dry mechanical and electrical effects were dancers although about one-bait of :
goods and
V. K. Wilson, superintendent; Rev.Hughos anal, and from there around to the Gulf man wants clothing very good and r from those who were present Indulged: In. the "r-
Good
a position.
assistant superintendent; Coast with his friend Mr. Rtunson, for Stove Wood For Sale. from present Address references the audience. On the whole, the general dancing. During the Intermissions, the ff!
eo. W. Scobie, secretary and tre..- the purpose of fishing and haying an enjoyable employer. verdict was that Goethe's) j'aust an merry dancers gathered In groups la. the ,,'If
: care ADVOCATE pro-
; Miss Louise Brown organist; Mas- cruise. leave your orders for wood at Carroll's office. dared, by the members of the Hubert rotunda and loggias, the evening being 4

'harlle Sembler, janitor. _. --- store, TItusvllle. A. P. GBUBKM. Labadla Company, was well worth seeIng warn and pleasant At the Intermission

Drayinjf.Draylng Protect Your Fruit Tree and they deserve good 'patronage refreshments were liberally supplied ...
Yacht Lemon Seed Wanted. wherever they perform. by Manager Greaves, On the whole. It '111"
or hauling; of all kinds promptly \ 700 JolcP'arlandF;: t Protection Co, was a very enjoyable| affair as most of 'j
; tents, all sizes, at 90 cent off the Alcazar dances are.As .
per
Northern experienced. wants attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Florida Rough Lemon Heed, In any rega.lar Pineapple Plantation For Sale.
[tloo on gentleman's man small yacht. wood supplied. quantity. W. R, IlABOKE:, well-known prices; Immediate MeFarland delivery; made by will be seen on our 4tb page of this

I WALTER SAWX, ALFBEO HADI.KT, TitusvUle. 4t Jensen, Fla. 'and mlldewproodngi' process oi hoops waterproofing Pineapple plantation fronting on In: Issue, the popular Hotel Magnolia, under ,, f
,
[forth23tbstreet, Camden N. J, stakes and lamp furnished wlthf each\ disc River containing 25 acres, 9 acres' tbe able management of Messrs. Palmer
Rent under oultivatloo A MscDowell, $t Augustine, Is for
Ol'aogeV..aps. open
All partly shedded. Good
For Sale FurnlalietU tent, ready to erect The only abso tbe this
season. hostelry
Already
7-room bones, also packing noose and popular
lute protection to an tree /
I ipty Sugar and Rico Barrels. Just received large of orange against all has been entertaining a large Bum.
; a consignment
shipping facilities For
particulars
An eight room house In a desirable a freeze. No more to be bad at theseprices. .
location on Rldgewood' Ave, Daytona. plain and fancy Orange Wraps, all slzss. Address), apply, K. W. WILLKM her of guests, and ere long It will' be lull, ;
jr sale. Address, beaotl .. to rllot'lng. The prospects are .4.
The fancy wraps are WM. Jensen Fla. very ,
M. Unovrn TItusvllle
Address, Fla. '
WA.LTKB A. MOORS, gratifying to the for .
2t GEO. F. PADDISOX! Eats Gallie. managers we undersuod -
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. L. MURRAY\ Box 132 .-- I they are dally receiving lottme ... tr i,
4t Daytona, Fla. For Sale. lllllalde Dairy. Farm For Sale; from all parts from tourists who are f-
Yawl for Sale. --. -- about to visit the Ancient '
A Fine Home For Bald. Launch For Sale. At Banyan Men-Ufa Island, fronting Located at Cocoa and Rockledge. This Improvement. have been mule In Many the '
. Sloop 3Hft on deck, 31-flft. on keel l, both Indian and Banana Rivers lit of
acres property includes 5<> acres of land a Magnolia late, and some of Its old
] southern home In South end The Cabin Launch Dawn 32: feet long 11'Oft. beam; draught, IMift.; cabin, of land cleared and Improved Including house of eight room, furnished complete patrons will hardly know It this season.
ward county on the Indian River 7 feet beam, draft 28 inches, drop sash 1 If t.; head-room t. Two Oft, berthson heavy hammock and Uigh, light ham. ; dairy house J4s3U feet, with We want all our readers to patroolaa ,
of the pineapple belt. Nice.md"elllo" windows forward, mahogany finished each side, good utensils llowe. nock suitable for cl trus trees,pineapples cement flour, with separator aDd churn those hotel. who advertise In the Ar>vo- .
. and out-building: Ten throughout, 7 horse power Alco Vapor bedding stove cooking and and yrgota blea. Now stand!ng:>43. orange fixed to run with power; 7% head of Jersey '- CATS for they are all nrst-cliuts and rs- :'
.fd' fruiting pineapples' ; 4a orange I motor speed nine mile per hour. Jn perfect dishes; 4 persons; toilet. Two anchor., and 'lemon trees, large proportion In such cow, tk) kid of heifers, one liable houses. ft*
n Ime and ,ai |frnlt OD tnem. Beautiful yards Coast of Florida Reason for selling, new soils and patent steering gear; 4 premises, and artesian well' Place now stock, three wsgaoaandonebuggy.; Alsoan Iltldltcli. Steam Laundry,
, er garden. Will be sold at a sadden death of owner. For price and years old; don't leak. Good reason for rooted and under cultivation.! For terms orange/ grove of 200 tree,' half of .

11 I 1 s, for foil particular' *" address r' further particulars apply toUonoao selling Address, and further particulars address. : I which are In bearing. For particulars, Basket will leave office of !Southern 't.,
.0. G. V. ROOEKS: "J. $. C,' address
+ DioTBraa AHTHVO LAPHAM. Express Co. Tuesday '
murntoK.
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I to run ,",'a,. 'uy' ReI: nt ei,>aumru. \ ) -
southwest and seemA)
to be
r! .. I turnl't.l.0 the westward( breaking' /( straight for the Interval between coming! tbHrxolUju Over-Work Weakens I
; through tlbr line' ASPHALT GRAYEL ROOFK
,4. or CTOHKIUK ft. mid Old
prod Ttlx I '
fi/tL/ nx. went into the Your it i
tie I ship swung off to for westward lu conning tower and directed the belm t ncys.
i .: pursuit. Both sides opened fire /(
0YOgl prompt tuna I told him what I wanted to dowas Unhealthy KUncys: Make impure blo tkL
,. i ly and flrwf-rupldlj I) -D*(! smoke nh-
toirl'p/ MtrnlKht for the
fleet
curttl the veHsel, milking' It difficult I (theSpaulardel. GT7.A RAN TEED FOR 14( YEARS GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.
( ]. Tbey wavered a little. All tha blood In your'body passes through
to dlHtlngul
them. The
Oregon ranbetween Sometimes they turned one your kidneys once every three minutes.
; we/and rWI'rU MAINTENANCE
j the Iowa and the Texas) and I then another.Ve shifted helm once or > jfrt The kidneys are your ( NO EXPENSE or OR REPAIRS.
wltstv tbe next ships to tile westward. In our blood
twice, but very Ilttto Indeed And final. purifiers they fII.T'
line Soon! afterward we discovered j I ly wht-rr n-e wore getting i' ter out (ho waste orImpurlliat
up fairly
four Spanish ships bend apparently In th<% hlood.
Close. 'between 1.600 The Carder
say and 2.0UO
f uninjured at the time. Tbejr bad grained r If they are sick or out -CampbeII Companj
yards It teemed
/ to we clear that tlu'" I It: of order
so much ground that I believed they they tall to 00Ill.
| wanted to -o
v ) bed bee" sticeeseful", ID attempting to' puss between tbe Texas and I( their work. ,
j tliw, Ilrnoklyn. Tbf Te.xus \\'lIIIt' well ou Pains achesaudrheu-:: T

"escaoe. but It wan noon evident that we 1 our InllrbfJard bulm.. Bnd she-- ".'. ."-.- h..iI. matlsm come from excess ShaC1k'to. 1, F. "t of Main Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
t were gaining at leusi on one or iiienj. ed to the northward and of urlo acid In the

;, which afterward proved to be tbe Ma- We were well to the westward blood, duo neglected -Southern Belling Agents 'a1'I I
I rln Teresa tbe flagship. and I thought kidney troubla.
headed to the northeast
The '
we should bring: her to close I action but Kidney trouble causes quick WARREN'S ANCHOR
I fleet was coming straight for us.----I haart or unsteady BRAND and WARREN'S. : CRESCENT ,pBAND OIUTl ,
might be expONed to the concentrated beats and makes ono feel as though .
I Ire ot nil the b'ps.' made a complete turn a very they' had heart trouble because the heart is ROOFI'iO. Cabo 'a Shingle Stains and Deadening Felt National
I tarn until we came IIrOII"d'and overworking In paintDgtONDE'S
"J IIl1t then tbe smoke lifted or..brokea.,8" leled the Beet on the Otbcr side. pumping thick kidney-. ,,' .
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poIsoned bloqd throulZh vein,. and ..rt...' Wm k !;h''l'A.1 anA- T..I.ftln- T>sl '
:J to tbe left and I Uncovered tbe I we uuu [tie izcuya: on our sinrooara It used to ba) considered that only' urinary' ; : ; ;
it Brooklyn. Kite was well forward on bow and about .' troubles to ba LYTHITE" COLD .A' .
ot> utn was'Uap O<|iii u- were traced to the kidneys WATER T.

1 t : TWO BULTJOG) SHIPS our poet: beam and broadside to theenemy' 'r do and then tbe Colon. At that time I but now modern science proves that nearly .

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fleet. Her course. wa perhaps thought It was the VIzcaya, but I soon all constitutional diseases havo their beginning ,
-- a little divergent' to ours because discovered this vessel 'In kidney trouble;
was dropping j
i THE tbe Oregon I If you are sick can make HANNE :Este B.
f'l BROOKLYN AND THE ''OREGON waa attempting to draw out and heading for tbe beach. That by first you no mistake .

+ 0 IN, THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. upon tbe Teresa. But the Brooklynand was about the hottest time of the ac And the doctoring extraordinary your effect kidneys.of Dr.The/Kilmer's mild \ .

t'l Oregon maintained tills relative tlon. It was a critical time. ( '
Swamp-Root
the
great kidney' I.I
I petition, bow and \ remedy
I quarter approximately "I looked and I
could soon realized.
C | tnln Cook and Cnvtalu Clark hadTbeir see nothing but It stands the highest for tts Wholesale'
Vss.elw'to l the Thick 'of 14 to the end of tbe battle the smoke astern and vessels seemed enveloped wonderful cures of the most distressing cues Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp

tit Brooklyn steaming straight ahead as In this smoke. I could not and Is said oa Its merits '
From Start t., .'111....._TU.lr un
Uvfnr. the Hcliler Cunrt.IK Morlv nearly as I could Judge, and engaging derstand bow we got there. They (tbe I by all druggists flfty- Brewing 'Company's St. Whiskelrf .

allY and All the Hnnnliib Mblna. the Ore. BponlardllJ. were aJJ tbr"9 a.ln.t nn hA cent and one-dollar sIz- H t" Louis Beer 'Keg'Trade ,

1 rropll
i ISTOHY will be with tbe aternmoat one and when faster than I could tell It, I saw a large free sample also bottle by malt Rom.atsw.mpRoott Our specialty... House. :

the better lainntij die was driven out of action and poInt. white bone of wave In tbe water and! out If you pamphlet have kidney telling or you bladder how trouble.to find r tai-'t
11 r ed on the beach then pushed on tor the through this' smoke 1
ways for saw the how of aewl. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer

the Sclileycourt next ahead and so on till tbe entire \ I exclall.l d. 'What Is that?' & Co.) Binghamton, N. Y. 1Q-O.O to; 3.3GO "Wpstt' ; .A.d.anu: :: : :
I
fleet S1rcet.
of In was driven ashore, burning or Tbe navigator said It was tbe Massachusetts

Inlclng." or something to that effect I J.A.OE:: SC>N"VXLLliJp.: r'=LO..
battier
When qu<*tloned as to ,defiilta. Cap said abe was away, and then be aald. ., ,
[ tain Clark said that when the smoke 'That Is the BEST FOR -
ougbtnndhon
Oregon. I
felt
I orenwardedtor lifted and disclosed to his view the assured from that moment. She perfectly came THE ...eCDC ooe................. i,.

'w vlctjry.thepeol Brooklyn ou her westward course up very rapidly./( / I .

who pay the w ii a'engaged with all four of tile This Is the simple olcture. free from ROWFISCANDY i : :

the cost wish Spaniards. Said he: "It made a deep aromatic aourinn. or lae : : For *3.203tiW4 Full |
bulldog ;
: Impression snips yon ....e;;;a lerll.r healthy mo.em.oa ot theI I j Quarts :
'
: to ..
least upon me and her Brooklyn .
at tbe there and Oregon cut off from J.oW.11 .ry Jay III or will b. Keep: :yone I
and I felt that we! should owel.opm.ndbe W'II. .'0'..,In tho Ih.poor 010. .
Hfltlfuctlon of mutually sus their slow I ,, OF THE CELEBRATED '
creeping consorts and alone enlpIlr.loorplll.., 01.011.10 erou. 'rb..mooth., 7-YpAR-OLD
tain t Sal, I. $ .I |
.f' Vr.- ktipwlng each other. I felt that a battleship battling with the ':' mar v.rr.oa .7 k"I"uS the bV".I.
just Spaniards, who,, bad aur.nd is to tag. .
where tbe honors was needed and that we. should be broken out of tbe harbor ID spite of I Caiiioun
j .. Pure
belong. It there together. Sampson's precautions and were" running CATHABTIO :I Bye Whiskey i s.

ij; t, ,bas teua> shown to the court by a slow Speaking of the movements of the' away firing as they ran. 'tberooldfn Gt G

piling-up of evidence that not the tleeIot Iowa Captain Clark said: "At first she received over three-fourths of : Wa ihlp In. Plain Paek.C. no narks to Indicate

:.: the (lying/ miiiadroti alt a whole but teemed to be steaming faster than we. the Spanish hits and scored over 60 per ... 'I. .. it avoid Ht our all comment... When :yon irnt it and tint it, If its l no contents*.intinfaetorr.! which,return will A W '
rWn'ttleBlp|) and a and I thought she was gululng ground cent of .III' eipeu and your(3.20 will ba l'bi whinkey in
cruiser alone, matte tbe bits made by American as goof na aor.00: hoods in the market. cheerullr.refunded. A
certain the dentructloD, and would get ahead of ... :Youqa.ek.r..e..ry. and can girt V
of Cervera. At us. Later I guim Ilion the Spaniards. \ j thaa dlatnnt toeless W..have been doing bnlnm

't, tbe crltloal ,tINe "KltfUtliitf nob" Kvacwolid saw her again so ;near I was! fearful \Vhellever a S.'allll1rd. want_. _aahnra__ ... -_tbi.'altr-..- '.'_':_.ftnd".'.._ftt"..v._the_. .mr...m..taod II ..en, a"8U. 101'0.. we r..refel'..... and' to a. to ou.. r..DOD.lbU." .In., A

Jack Philip were not ''where they the Brooklyn and Oregon turned the t1ugL'r.rrr I' 1- or wthe editor this paper. )011 aor: baDkormercb. fii.i-e wI .'I

is I,, be could do the most' g ofl. No censure can guns thus let free upon the next In E TEM LIKE CANDY I I.. SOLOMON( & LEVI,
given far this line. When '
unfortunate situation., flgtftlnR wad tbe order of ,PlaiMKnt Palatattlft, Potont. Twit OaAil P<* Good, : 19281930 First Ave. P. O. !lox
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t but tl truth la clear the v r Hickon, Woken, Birmingham Ala. 0
that the Brooklyn day they fought and when chas op Gripe lo 96. nd CO cent

/, and the Perth Ad roe: for rre a.wple. and booklcfe on NO'.ICE-We pay exprftnfl chftrgKW to all point* reached
Oregon ing and (tnmpanr," by'the"Southern
compelled the gpantub firing at long 419 but Gl pointa oil line of Repress 0
range was tbe other
' ., T It R Linn KBHHDV fOUPAMT, entr.ao.r's.w'SOMS. where Houthem KxproMi vxpreM cH>nipHnl w we prepay only to tints
ships, CotnpHny p
f
one after another to
i to run upon proper thing they chased and flrtd. C.O.D. Friea lira fur other goods on trAnii/erii application,Wbva raid other oompnny. We cannot ship A
*". the, bench fuul strike their flag.*. ll Other ships might aDd did look after" KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANGENERALDIRECTORY. writing plaiute mention ibis pupor.TTZM .

Cervrra'i vessels were cruisers, all the prll't'alnd saved the wounded vie

faster that (tilp, tlms. but ::...
.... American battleships. 1r the motto v>f Clark and Cook I ,
. +.. The Brooklyn alou was able/ -nt drat to was "Let no Spaniard escape, !" They -
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t I keep within range of tbe Spaniards, and lived up to tbe motto and the American I =

but for her. bulldog .tenacity her growing public now knows:' what was' at I ,- OS.A.S I : cSc c o.

it Y I speed nnd her biting Ore the best mere guesswork! : U. 8. LAND OFFICE. ,
before
. tit Oqneiiilo Vlzciiyn and Colon would flying 4 and by whom the' bard fighting Just: how was H.Wt.lbddnem 8. (Chllhh. ,.....,..u.. .... ..... .... .... .sty... alp tY. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE. -.. FLA.

..: have got out lute open wn, aad scattered i done In tbe battle of Santiago harbor. Otlluea at Qalneivllle,liorkla.rr .n..1d.//

so that It would tmv<> been 'luiposslbk GEOROE L. KII.UXJL.Herblne : .O. D1TKI AlVkTla-----.

for the slow, ImttloBlilps to head J.P.Tnllaferro................ ....Ja..nv\1IlI. I :
hr them off. At I the most with good for should ba need to enrich and 8. It.. Mallory.....FenHicola. a FULL 4

>' '., tune. OU IllflP Hill)'. the Rronklvn and! piulfy' the blood; it cures all forms of U. 0. CONGRESSMEN. I Fuw.
...'. Robert W.
blood Davis,
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: Spaniard a'o rash dpwl1 but ou q CAPTAIN CHA LE8'B. CLARK.Commtmltr fevers disorders Is especially Useful la 8. M. Sparkman....... ..... ..., .".Palntka. t 1
In apes' BI'II: The rest ( of the bittlcililp Oregon it S ntl-) kin eruptions, boils, Plmrle., .FLORIDA .T.rula.// EXPRE55
would liavv blackheads .scrofula : LEGISLATURE
r "got It salt rheum ElPAESS(
n\\-i\y. was due to'the .1fO.1) *' E.: ;
N.
the ery form of blood Mmlok Palm Hear) ,...... ... .. .Senator.
" Urooldj-u lint the Initial movemeut two ship/ would collide. COII"'I"IIUt'lltly and effectual Impurity; It la a safe K.Ii. RaulereoD' Fort !fierce., PREPAID PREPAID '
j' ef Orveru Heuwuiil, 1 gnus: the order oure. Price BOcts. B. K.
wan beaded 'Hard
to
oil. stnr- Wilson Son.Pvacrnl. iXECUTIVE!:
The foreutuki Spaniards laid their board,' and cleared! her. 1 never saw ; Wm. S.'ennlnK" .. .. .. .. ..ROP""elltatl.O.//
'4 course across/ Hint of the the town again during the Jno. L Crawford. .......... ., 2O
. criilwcr. DUll American With action. Jaratm II-W lilt Held,... .. .. .. .. f1l 11'I
regard Humor
even |It they did, Dot Intend to firing the thirteen Inch Wm. H r amar,.. I \ A
J tl to rum ln-r" they did Intend bells, those "ral.lroad train," A Benin florist received some days W. N. Shasta.. ....Sapr.'Igd' Ito x VI e.e.NI
to batter ItiHtnioMon. i
her did
which:
ii with th.. best tlH, hud 1 In so much to genre, It ago an ord. for a floral device, orna B. E.I\I..Lln..... .. .CommliHiluuer Agriculture, i, J L1t75v
y not !
r'' their guns to Injure the Alonu/CCronin,..... .. ...: ('..m.troller.,
and! to get pilot her Into the Colon especially.eCapt0.ln, mented wltr: u silk ribbon upon each JClitrordR.roster..Ailjutant-O '' I
open sea Clark says side. of whlvb John Stratford' .. .. .. .. ... n"rai. j
Captain that the
Couk's be did following ( Uurvejur-MenenU. I
lucniNiiiit and accurate this on bin own responsibili ascription R. E. Rose..... .. IDoz 1 30
fire of live luck shells warned the Span. ty, without regard to the signal from was -dtrvcted" to be placed: "ne t In I Ultlrea at TallahawuM Florida.Hmta CliBiiilt./, fl flM. ..1 1 11
Peace.
lards that eveu If they got to Ilea It the Brooklyn "Well done Oregon! IH To the! astonishment of those 8UPR.E uu IH- : r.nn____R'I'. W.TO_!"""...D.. I I '

would, .be with their bulls full of bolus, a verdict every one acquainted with concernm. wuen me nowers !Iud ribbon If. M bry............. .. Chief .' .tlce. DEIJVERCD FORI29
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and that would Captain arrived the latter-was Inscribe IT.B.rarter........ ... ... ....Aoeoc/ate/
mean (tie death of every ClllrlUory\ of her part In the "Root In a.r.Taylor/! ...... >. Juntlce.", I
tuna and Peace Doth $ r
officer on board. Oglit will respond to heartily on Sld"-l'arl.
GII ulols. RAILROAD nor
Tbo COMMISSIONERS.
Spaniards ran their ships on the Captain Cook's story of the fighting H. K:, Pay, chairman.... ........
bench solely to save their of the Brooklyn Is J. I,. ... .. ... .Gainesville..Jasper..
lives. It was equally plain und Mormn ... ... ......... .
arranged. before convincing A J. M. .. .., .... ... Agcpts for the
Cervora started us that of Captain Clark Cure for Lumbago. 1'iyjr. << Pal st
Santiago harbor out of "When John lu ;: olork: .:.. .I rr'.i: :: Brewing Co. "
I
fleet that morning that hls first saw the fleet [Cent I W. O. \Vniam: 'on, of tmberst Va. Heai'quarterii and oOlvea. at Tallahassee, Fla. 61NIwlrtrrlewW'rrR --- --- '
b would cut through tbe rail: said bt!. "they "For '
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glue and American were beading says more than a year I suffered CIRCUIT COURT {

get to lUll If possible. Palling from lumbago. I finally tried Chamber Minor 8.Jones, Tlttievllle..... ..,.Circuit JuilRe t
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In that they Would, fight Just so long Uln's Pain Balm and it gave me entire J.JJ.. BBKRK Orlnniln. Nine-

as they had a lighting chance and then relief,"which all other remedies' bad failed .Sprtp'I1erm-FmlrthMnndaylnApril.-Fourth Monday la November. !IER&NE.!
make tor IIbol'''. The Brooklyn and to do. Sold by all druggists and medi
Oregon BRBVARD COliN'l-Y'
cine
COURT.:
dealer Tenthsof
x headed off Ike seaward movement A.D. Penney..... :
and sent the Spun l lards James B. AndrewProeecutingAttorne.,. ,
ashore
1. to reduced A. A. : ,.....:. .... )
. helpless wrecks" Too....,. .......County Clerk: r

I And the tostlinony by which history Depend on yourself A knowledge of Spring Summer Term Term--Second Second Monday Monday In In May.Angaet. Pure Juices from Natural Roots. "1,

Is thus set right Is how to swim' la better than to FallTerm -Becnnd Mnnilay Inrtovtrober.
not : aH!
!
solely expect
that of Winter Temi thePeonJe
-8'- eond Monday la
the :
ottlcers of the somebody will be at band to throw February
Brooklyn and Ore- life you COUNTY BCIIOO1: REGULATES I the liver
a BOARD. '
Bon. What preserver la Stomach
they bud case of and Bowels
to say about tbe accident R. R.: Mlm, ,
Bunerlntondent.....,. ,,
National Bonaventure 8 i "
fighting of tills or that ship. Including Magazine.The Memnera J. M. I>|.IMI, .rhalrman' Tltnurllle Cleanses! the? SvtfPtn Pnrifioc f ha \

their own. bud tol", dragged Out of R.N. ndnt_.Coooe; r!. V.. Pl.tt..nr. P'el'O._ __n_.; - _. --._- ...- -Rlnnrl.--... c ,

then by searching questions lu properties of Ballard's Snow Liniment COUNTY COMMI&SIOXKRS. Buffer

not only tbe counsel for both sides which but .M qlIn possess a range of usefulness great Mlot.t. R., Walker chairman, Tltn.Tllle; John It CURES Malaria, Biliousness Constipation i1'r'
,
than
the court Itself, took er any other remedy. A.day seldom C.Jonea, Woodl.ylJ. Oonkllne/ TllmuaaJohn 1 from Stomach
was a complete! and unbiased part The history result where posses there In every household especially Regular sessions are; held KrnnklC.il ttrat Monday, WhiM: In City sect: a and Impaired DigestrnrDiseased :,:

.M. of the remarkable are children that It Is not montb.

''t;. .8. ]&>.'i, spread naval !battle of July 7TwoMinutes needed. Price 23: and 60 cents. B. R. BRKVARD COUNTY; ) OFFICERS. Every Bottle Guaranteed( !(o Site! Satisfaction.
upon tbe minutes Wilson A A. D.
Son .
court. of the I'enney. T1tn".II..j. .... .County Jndn. :Sa4: %. t. art 1 JBC
Jaa.
I.| ..Pro* A TTz.mJlllCA.Zaz..bO f>;,y.
: A. .I. try Liver.
, Due of the Impartial witnesses J. 5'A.. Wooten.Conoa Stewmrt,Tltnaulll.,... :.:::.County Clerk.. Price, CO Cent..
1'.1'.1111. .
: the officer of the little was lIIar..1 .r IIIloq...... K. W.Still.. Tiutwale.:::.::::::.:.Tax Auemior:
An Tax :
,
.-.n... _..hid'.....", ___ _. scoutshlp Vlx- unfortunate man bag obtained ac 11'.H. Boye TltuTlll. ..... .......Treaiinrer Collector Prepared by JAMES P.
WII. BALlARD
St.
tea I'lllOt 00 tblt 'POt. but There cess to rich Baron Raplneao. He depIcts R. E.S11maltnnaveeture. ...... Rnpt.lub. In... 4 wpr rtoea'' u. Louis Mo j
will
small ti> amount to be another car. But the man his J O. FrIes, Tliu.Tllln? .. ..County "rks\/hry'r\rytnao.as.n.t'rlt'
: Surveyor
86111nllt Spanish' rrulnera anything can't wait. lie chases the car and misfortunes his misery. In so 1. P Brown TltiLTtllv,..... ShorllT'. -
The officers oa, panting and iwingj moving a manner that the baron T.J.Cavkahutt; ,LaGral>>ge...Reletmtloo/ -
co'ild not lo better hot but satisfied lie with OliloerTTrUBTlLLK IF
then
YOU
of the fljfht. to keep track keeps this gait up all day. lie works that tears In bas eyes and his voice choked : TOWN) OOUNCIL. WANT A.
All
kept through tbe VUea way he lunches that way. lie contin. with sobs, calls to his servant,; J. M. Dh"' ..mayor; R. E. 'ml", Jr., ." .. '
up with the Oregon! nod use this. until his ""Jean and tax collector:; W, 8. Hrannlnir,
the stomach break put this
Brooklyn' *down poor fellow out In tbe trraiinrer! John Henry
nail
her and tax
, executive olllcer declirrnl nature compel him to slow" street lie Is W.lkorl F.A. MeMor .nh.l/
"go breaking Morgan, 0./1'. Dunn k / :
that my heartP'! n.
e when the BubincH .Blilr1111
first Spaniard men who have impaired their Exchange.Itemarka'ltle: and J. L. rarmthera. "oul1 tile (liana The .
digestion ol..noll1a _
111'11I&Tuda. .
Teresa in
wn .m>nt ashore. the by hasty eatlnv, will find in ----. dO.- _v.nu. ..
Brooklyn gad the Oregon were the. Dr. Pierce'a Golden MeUical Discovery TITU8VILU BOARD OP TRADE. -- -"-- ...a..t'-. "' .
only ulilps In' a cure fur dypepaia and other Cure of Croup.A O.M. Robbins,
uU-Ut.
diseases pre..dent.T.
This [ M.
Dixon or lot
was a
trainnrer.
only the of the J. RMt. BUILDI3TO
beginning stomach and Mcntary. Meet HEADY
of the end. organs of digesticn .erond Wednesday FOB
The OCCUPANCY
liHlluim IKMH; dint I Ii/ log of the and nutrition: It does not give mere Little Hoy': Life s...... : night In each month at their f<}()"' ..
the cbime after temporary relief but it FREE AND ACCEPTED jf LAND FOU AN
effects I ORANGE
[bee lemuhilntf: + SMiuturtl, a radical have a few words to MASONS: GROVE, '
" left behind | that ship wan. cure. It strengthens tho noshes \.... Chamberlain's say regarding Indian River Lodge, Ito al.holds
.
Cough l Its
mid Remedy. ,
the the atoma"1 It th Second meeting PINEAPPLE
saved and
iinvleutor nerves and fourth
of the 1. little Friday .. PLANTATION or TRUCK ,
00 my
Iowa "Fleming < boy's life and I feel that I month at evening Of cn OARI
Itnb'. thei./odp We probably
'I'or.ia l ,
cannot route
ship lonjr mm I nrar court have
testified l rai red house for
e with praise It t ion sale
+ tbat she made only nine or ten knots the klduryn.1 hart doctors and with la Inul, e.tlon. which'C\fti\ : of It from A.nougb.E. Steer I, of bought; a bottle F.A. Morgan o'clock 8; p.o'Y.m. J. R. Walker, W. jST Just what you are seeking.f3ettlere .

that day wlK-ri-us eighteen *.nlI. our country.* welts It L. !>.. Goodwin, S. .
F.oq. of aDd Hocking
ueceiUMiry to knots were v. "t.urrredwith" Woolmrr. I'Hnc. William Co.. / home with It tbe poor ORDER OP EASTERN STAR. are In bat still there Is room. If are
brlujj mY"I"m. hardly
you
her baby
could
Into "' end hack
Poe
i and kern tier tb,-re.' the tight a merncln.IanII' time froni, and three ateliking doctor. I a grew'cart-load'... bod of I medicine IlII directed breathe.every ten I gave initiate the In J'r'en.I.l1lp the' JlaHonlo| Cha"ter.No.Lodge :notn 1J,,Tltnarllla.ho.... It* meetings. looking this way, drop s line to

With respect to the work 5Q"I'i.fclrdly la f days work> Would *.... until he "threw up" and then I antTuesdsy 'I"esrh month at8 aoo'cln' k on the

'j1A, Ilruoklyu and tbe Oregon the testimo of the deathlike;: thought" mina Ih In wu the h.rdlr aide, worth and blind IIPdl"!, bad sure ha was coingto chutes to deAth.thought We ,sod..cl.?the.? ,_third. .?. Tneuia The '?'II-.nlf.is each... month A*p.m.7.art; JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlee-President.;
A to the offlivra ,
pull the the
of taking
of
ny the 'Tf'DL- phlegm lodge: Mra.O.
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officers of tb4 m.erar, earl Quldca r of his mouth I Rnhblasworthy
/ ships Is IrapnrtlaFa* (tiearlng respective a..err had P tarn half**J"h': ;.; mm. : d"'b'.ttl-r" If In I great had long strings. I am positive that fir.Wilson B. R.aomrl.M Wilson worthy: patron. Mrs.That H.mn R.;.1 FLORIDA' EAST COAST RT
other. upon each bran to feel r< < not got that bottle matron:; Jlr. E. A.
Captain Clark of r.n1 rcllcTCd. I got MX bottle .nd of cough. trearnwr Mr*. R. C. Moron' ST.
the Wortoxuwnr.
them
told the story of th Oregon to Air. J't"rce> *ntl sin happv to.iav I owe 'y isle medlCloeJ my boy would not be on earth Ears Stewart conilnrttm. wwurTJIlM ; -- .. ATJOUSTINE. FLA
"'Crisis of the flgbtl and hi* mcUlcinca,* eel Demont :: associate mnlut-traM Mrn.7. -- -- -- .. .
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Sth! a Cejjera got Dr. For Iowa. '. Mr.J. R. R. -- -- -
sea Plerce's sale *
room and started Pellets by all Wa'aer. nth i iSi. ;!
cure biliouao as, dealen. druggists and medicine :Morgan rAther;; Mn. Geo. W. ; A. THE ADVOCATE
)7 Wuadward:airs. T. T. E'ecta.W..emore, Itarebal Sound., A'ra.' Martha W.r H. JOB PRINTING OFFICE

I Prints all kinds 'Of Soamercial[ ,,

ttttlonery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill E'cryJrrrT '




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COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 3 t, IN*. JOards.

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jsslonal z .. NEW YORK ROADS. PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING.Waeei : .
WOAfDI
FO'Wfitrr
: :=rned 60",0011 --

BOBBINS, Baairrelloa to Employ Coavlvt I.Preparing Nave atom Mfowatl to health .. to FerUlla. aa
Fcraarrned. .....r.a1. .rat farmatn.
ay Lydia Plnttham'm Voaot -
_ The chief question concerning! good The time or applying) the fertilizer t.
RNEY; AND COUNSELOR & "la Oomnountt Tholir lot
The
liabi'itv ) disease ial greatly pineapples I Ie by no means well understood
roads at the present time I* the financial
AT-LAW. I Icse'ledwhcttt'' 1 ,lixxlis in good condition one, says the New York Tribune tOim mro on Silo and prove this so tve may find people l applyingIt

[joe in State and United States and circulation healthy and In a recent editorial. How much money: statement to no m rant not a at nil times of the ,ear'wlth prcelnc-
For 1 lion all mere g> Mwf. When a moat" On Jellies
Court vigorous;: refuse matter can be mined for them 7 There Is no ly the sniue end la view. Many growers

oe i at TITUSVII.LK FZ.A.lOAULDEN is promptly carried out of the system ; longer a (juowtlcu aa to the desirabilityof olno ham noon muoooamful In prefer to make one application during J'l'ell"r"o.' unit' plc.kl..spread

otherwise it would rapidly accumulate building! them No rational man Curing mo many vromon ;you November or December and another a UuucimUugofPURE

fermentation would take place, the now opposes them. The farmer who cannot well may without tryIng Just after the crop hue been gathered. REFINED
blood become and the constitution It I do believe
polluted uses them In the laborious task of making not It Other make only one" nppllrntlon.

so weakened that a simple a living; from tbe soil the year will help ....." and that during the summer or In tbe PARAFFinE

,1'TORNEY-AT-LAW, malady might result seriously.A round Is as eager for them a* la tbe early fall. Other growers make three

raprtlae healthy active circulation means applications-one just nfter the VIII koop them uNmlutoiy" ninlmur. aad
in all the Courts of the State rich man from the city who use them crop I acM nnir. t'nml4nuedl'.Mlu..awnwnll .
//lay ilnd the Jolted States Courts.TITUSVtIXB good digestion and strong healthy only 'for pier!sure for a few weeks or has been shipped! the iiocond during iti u damn. otliur war about tea
nerves. .....- buii thKiU'tm' In eao6 p.saesrk
the full mid tile Iu
: z5. rLA.1 1fcEBB months In the summer. There I* no third tbIIll.ltlll/ or ,Id. \ .'rvwhwre.STANDARD .
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
winter juet before the blooms uppcur.Even .
difficulty; either tn getting enough. OIL CO.
has eq1l81. It is the safest and best
;no money locally. Towns and counties ire among the grower that make
remedy for old people and children the fORma number of applications there
ready with their appropriations.. The .. ..
a because it convnius i no minerals but is llzI-'l( "u
RNEY-AT-LA\V only drawback Is that the state Is not Is no uniformity The practice among :: _
made excl sh el of roots and herbs.
y the different grower IB BO variable
ready to do Its full share la duplicating
WAtJ" r Mao In the Court of the 7th No other remedy so thoroughly and tbe local appropriations, and .o the that It.In not Improbable that a fertili -
J *i V; Paxes. paid for non-residents effectually cleanses: the blood of im- ser properly prepnre may be u1 nt t '
ij F.nd accounts col lee tad. Atthe progress of the work seems to depend .. .- ,
tlnlo of the with good SrA = i-
any; roBults.
upon the rate at which the state can year
,I I 14s, :FxoRIDA.ENNEY : it buildii follow the lead of the counties. although there luuy be a time of tho -Some of our tlo n-I'lver reader have)
SSs.PUrities. and de forgotten the idet that thin office la fully
year or condition of the soil when the
of the
In connection with this phase
J do kinds l
equipped all of
to Job
reno printing
fertilisers will prove to be of greater
)) case a suggestion made by Mr. Bond,
sys Advertising; and Job>>l printing helps u. to
value than at other time also this
? 'v tem. It cures permanently all mauDe tbe state engineer/: la of practical" In time 'any ; publish u lIew'IIRI'CI"| worthy ot the East

4'fTOR."fEY-A.T-LA. of blood and skin terest. lIe would hare the state acquire must be ascertained Independently Coast, and all we want Is a thart of Ik .
W. troubles
for each section aud '
i,..." rock In Bockland possibly for .
a trap quarry --- --- --
Mr. E. E. Kellyof TTrbana.O.. writes
ft StYtiIt; FLORIDA. "I bad juoema on. ray hands anal f aoe tot! county and set the convicts of Slug each fleltl.
wr F \ five '' break out In ) PIN KHrM"S The formula given below la thought, .
This would
Wi$ tl' :il1l.wg 11.1:: Sing prison to'forklogIt.
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>rtctle in all the courts of the 7th off.leav'n.c ,. would .form to be such a. wilt supply tbe needed KIDNEY DISEASES
drop the skin red and Inflamed. provide roadmnblng material at a considerable
,!. fe, i'':\ ,IJTodiclal! '! Circuit. Tbe doctors did me no rood. I uaed lower price to the state than Vegetable CompoundIs amounts of plant food to soil that la .1 .
all the medicated, soaps and salves without. destitute of tbe .1
nearly principal forms
"" benefit B. B. B. cured m.. and my skin that which la now paid for It, and toe a positive cure for all those painful '
Jf Q'RQ;, ,,; JONES is .. clear and smooth as any.on.'.." state could thus do Its sharo toward nitrogen, potash and phosphoric' acid. are the most fatal of all dis
M Mrs* Henry Siegfried of Cape. May,IT. : Ailments of Women. The pineapple grower 1* the only one
road building at a decided advantage,
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save that twenty-one bottle of B. B. 8. eases.HI: .
..... It will entirely the worst forms of who ,Is able to tell whether Ma pnrtlcu-
BATE cured her of Cancer of the b. *. Dootor for there seems to be no ,good reason cure
AND INSURANCE and frianda thought her hope Female Complaints all Ovarian. trouble Ice Held needs
Cue more potash! more phosphoric
vby the state's contribution to the fund UloeratUui amL KIDNEY CURE It I
" I pans Notary Public. less.Rlohard Inflammation and Falling acid or morn nitrogen and he EV'O
T. Gardner :XUorenoe, B. O., should not be In material at market lU.pllOt18111.nta the Worn II..,..1! oousoquttnt rULCI
J JoUsot jv ',!''I'ypewritlog, SUnography. tittered for .years with Bolls. Two bottles rates as well as In cnsh. The swbeint Spinal Weakness, and 1* peculiarly adapted can tell It only after definite experiments. O Guaraatjsd Raaarf
: of B. 8. B. put him blood tEL ood eon to the CAonge LN V>. The following; formula will be
Ution and the Soils has of these obvious elements
'ft .. .. diupp.arsd.Send course -
.. VILLA. :FLA.WORLEY .. Your uiwBoIue au;;.t... of Ur- found useful:
for ou.r free book, and write In Its favor: That trap .rock U one. of .. HbU ......tllneM I or money refunded. 'Contains

our physicians ab'ont case the very bet road metals In I the world; NH.M. K.!: Motors, I ...... ptr oint remedies by emi
r ; ., your 1*.Conoorq Hq. l..xtou,Ata... .nl. ........U. 4Piitwh recognized
Medical advice free. that: the convicts would tbu. ,be pro. .............,.................."..... S test, tot
" THE'SWiFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, IA.WANTEDEevenl Tided with one of the \beat kinds of Backache rhoipaoria sold ..?........................... 1 nent physicians as the '

4 CTORNEY-AT-LAW. labor for their well being:; that tae It ha eared more ease of Backache and Vie about 1,000( pounds per acre of Kidney and Bladder'' trodblcu!

i4neT'; I1l'8Ctl e In Slate Mid Federal Pentons of character, and qimrry would be close to the prison, Leucorrh than any other remedy the the above formula for tbe first appilca.Lion PRICE 5Oc. aM 31CG
; All bualneaa world has known. It Ia al noall'a1llbIJl
entrusted will ever ,
good renutstion In each State (one In this county and that being on a bluff directly; abnre after the plants have been set out
.. 11. it WILSON &
} to suoh 15.di..olv5 and SON.
he eases. expel:
E. prompt attention. required)tn represent and advertise old established -
: wealthy bualness-honse. of solid finan : the river the product of the quarrj I Tumor (tram the Uterus In an early stage and are well rooted. Use about 1.000 I ---- --. -.-
qnnael for the Tuttle Estate; ol..I..Dd\ng.. Salary(I*weekly, with expanses could be transported to nrtativ other ; of development, and eheok any tendency pounds' for the second application nod I ,.t.N'1'IID-II..rall'el'lMm.: ehsnuttef'and"

Miami. .ddi&lonal..1I payable. In cash each Wednesday parts. of the at a minimum of coat. ', boanoeroushumors. __..,.. then determine tram results whether good" reputation In eaob Stale(one la tale eouaty -
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direct from head oa... Hone and earrlave furnished hate --- .. .. .
FLORIDA. our V e i4aDlmamd ... .1111.( )t1 repre.ene and .d..,,,. aide*
when HAlrere........ Knalossaelf ma onpoun to |ncrra e tbe mount for third
) .. > Ffbroht' Tame frost nijrwonb ,, the ubll.h..d. wealthy bimlneas bouse. of oullit Snao.clal .
-.d NDREWS, i Cuba KulldlnR,Chicago. ,SOOec LOUISIANA ROADS. titter. Ma*.U. A, Loss Rhf all. pavMtiwin cash _b Winlaoaitay.
,.'....<1.1.. M..i. the, formula are,approximate: : only and died from bead odl... Horse..IM| oarrUffe r.... ,

MK TORNItY! :r-L.1 W. I Their Preis..B, C.... ..... 'Prey.. ... may; ,,not tie equally; good for any two nlihfttl.. wbn ncoeanary. Heferen. Kualose:
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findpostofoeaddrdii,-TiTuS:; AN ILL TIMED PROTEST. State Dovelopanitat. :' Bearlnfg-down Feeling."Womb' fields or for any two lands of the; same o tIUL&u1l If < MulleingCbroego..Job ; .".Iope. Manager addeo SI.

Such' Hon. FV C Blackslier, a' planter sad. troubles, causing! pain, weight aud field.-P. U. Uolfi.
offlo at Ton PIERCE Rat the K...r.....sr.... Was T*. real estate, of nobeltoe, backache, Instantly: relieved and pnna. -. Printing of all kind exeouted
large owner
.. cored its nse. Under all clreum at the AJJVOO offloe. Send order.
( Attorney for Brevard Co.r Great Fe the B o om.l.al 'Wife. aently by; ATM jour
: at La., In a recent Interview In the New etaneee it act in harmony with the lawsthat HOGS" AND CATTLE.
t ubllo. State. Large. Every"now and then It Is startlingly; Orleans Times-Democrat. the road govern the female Il.&em. and! ia a* JA JTe
demonstrated how early; environment question said: I harmless. aa water. A Cemaee Fee ......... r4'r..ra .. f.* N K ft 9 A i, V-

fIXN E. FOSTER, dominates later experiences In person of "I think bnd roads are tbe greatest --;-" e-kao 3n..2W. taklu* Keep Mon.y .1. H.a.. >tfi>oe>t healing sire In tho world.
maturity and leave f impression.. more I .. ;the seeond bolds Your metilolue
ii aw lasting tban of changed surrounding drawback to this parish-In fact are I cured me when dnotora fallvrl.Mm .. A great change Is coming and will be 1

j'ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW' ,' -year the stumbling blocks ta' Immigration.I .>.. HOUTVIX. brought; about by the two large pa'k.JI1C Clyde (dieamahlp lne.
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1 D..T|I. Block,Uorhain ft., Lowell.M.
Sim Building At one time a certain Hungarian In have bad many men visit me and houses to be erected la Fort Worth -

New: York city; whose profession was go over my lands with a view of pur- Irregularity I during 11)02. Tickets and reaerVatlons via the Clyde

kCKSONVILLI, FX.A. that of law was greatly prominent In the chasing but after traveling over the 8uppress or Painful Menstruations.Weakness Well, what of that! It mean that (teaniflhlpLine can be secured of Chaa.I. .

Hungarian colony: and It fell' to him to roads would give up tbe Idea of buy. of the Stomach Indigestion Bloating[ these two houses want .OOO bogs and Walton at the ADVOOATB oflloo, TlMTille. -
,
E W. ALLEN; officiate on most occasions., semisocial Ing. saying that the roads were of such General Flooding PebllitT.Is, :Nervous. i'rostratlon' headache, 1.00O head of cattle dally. This mean .

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> and other In connection wltb tbe affairs
a nature that the difficulty of marketIng Is a grand millifn.. I am I 130,000 bogs and 20,000 head of cattle/
of the Hungarian consulate bt'J''@. The Testimonial
TrORNEY-AT-LAW. tbe crops would be too much of an 11tbaakfid for IL,. good Is I has" done I monthly .
man himself was most .scholarly; with a -- ... Mr.J. W.J..,
:T, FLOlilDA. fascinating sort of Intellect and manner Item. They would, therefore leave ouf la Carolina Ate., I For ;years past the south has been James O. Wlgnall, Bout Builder, No. 915

aoUce la the United State that spoke of European) habit parish vand Beck some country where Jainalaa Plata(llmniii), M M. enriching tbe west by IU stock:, and Warren St.. Kensington: Philadelphia..

,,Courta. 9JunOSMTBIES Ia the course of events It came his way; the roads were better.* I now two rich packers: are coming here J. O Walton, JCllq., Tltunlal", Fla. i

to .entertain with a certain degree of He further said that to maintain the Dizziness Faintness and will give the Texas) fanners tho Dear Sir: -Your Jlnpld Calling/ M*. I

n. C, E.. lavishness an emlmmador and prelate of roads In good condition In that parish Extreme: : Lassitude. alone""don't care" and chance to keep the millions of moneyat chine lire In use In my bout shop and
be excitability
"want left feeling,
f the church. The entertainment was ar.rUD&ed would be a very small item 'compared irritability nervousness, .llIOIpl / home. Till means tho growing of are regarded ao Invention of grant
/lOlneu1
" OUNTY SURVEYOR to take place at Delmonlco'a! and to the breakage and increase amount datlll.nc1.ou.lanoboly. or the blues," ana more corn and grais. Out many claim utility. It saves time and labor and la S
.
It seemed to the Hungarian gentlemanthat of service In calking light boats.
beet. b". Thane are cure indication of grant
of team to nothing of the time that Texas) la not U
,*bet lRally and vub-dl vldod.ptneipeatly say a corn country.
surveyed; It would be altogether more In keep Female Weakiieia, some derangement of the where beauty of llHsh Is desired and It
J done. Estimate fur and labor lost In going over the road that true Texas with tier rich lands
ing with the Importance of the occasion Uterus.. doe not bruise the seams like the old
Ct''ttlncl' tot engineering works. DI. if hi* wife were prciivnt. In their present condition to and from ..., 1 wee troubled with | | ought to grow a* touch as will/ the method of enlklnp I clieoi fully recommend -

,|.t9Q1 Jiu s specialty. Now. his wife knew little of such the different markets. He believed ... iimulaaluM You, Kalntnvu, poor womoiit lands of South Carolina1! It as well adapted to meet the or.
madldlnn
t 1f tan VtLl JC, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. things' Her life tint) been oassed In tuolt- that good!: roads
lug home comfortabla and In executing and benefit the people more than acre the world ever saw was grown Yours truly, JAS. C. WiawALt..

. BURNUAM M. D. little wifely economic.*-..to the end. perhaps anything else tie Is Arm advocateof Tho wbol..tr.rr nowever. la told In an upon a comparatively poor corner In Mr. \Vlffnall' boat slops are adjololnr

that be might/ spend money lavUhly the mute fixing by statute aoin lltuatrat bone wllrh a f>0a with each bop South Carolina by Intense culture tak Cramp'.hlp.bnlldinRyard..lreisbuild.Ing \ .
on occasion such a* thene. $ .. the mom eoinplxta tmmtlMi on femaleonapllnt I the) boats fur the men.of-war that
mode of bettering the present conditionof .
epubU.I1.d. ing a premium over the great corn
I SC11i0E0N and SPECIALIST However, her gown' was well thought .- were built by Measri. Cramp A Co. .
out some light coaching atteoiMl to. and the public roads through this section ... For eTgnl, years Iwomb .nfr...... with states of the west. "''For sale Jsa. Prltchard Hon.FoJey's .
Ear, Nose and Throat., of the state. lIe I. of the opinion ... t.ubl.J and was entlralyeared by ::
_ the in Georgia has produced larger
event was a fair way to pus off by 11:... llnkliain'i mMllalne.MlU. crops -
ietalf()flLx BEAOH ,. J'l.OB1D smoothly. The guest were received by that the bad road are DOW holdingthe If IK ToWnS, per acre than are grown on western

" ,," the bostens! with as much dignity, a* by state back and advocate the adoption _. LTttleton, N..I1. soils. Texas ought to do as welL, Produce Honey and Tar

-' the bout the gentleman of diplomatic of some method to better the L> Kidney Complaints.and great corn crop*and tile great hog bcala lungs and stops the cough.Tor .

sgiiaHomes I obligations bad congratulated himself apd condition at once. "No one knows the Backache of either sea the Vegetable crop will follow and this can bo done -- -- .

lad spoken UD encouraging word to his difficulty the people experience la goIng Componnil awa.M11'1111' : by planting more cords by every farmer
good wife a* well. to and from the market daring a The yeKSlsble.ConvE within
They eat the table. the rid w l M all a radius of a hundred miles.
Suddenly
at ; L Plikhinl'i
unless be to' out *
wet season were :
go ?? I er'nnl by Tbe twelve
watchful boat observed. that his wife was .I or |BleW coming months ought to Y- e.l
In the country himself andsee the Liver Pills cilia. I la form ut Mar
l ---- matt.:
net partaking of the feuat. More than OA r.. see great preparation for the supportof
., learn all about Vlrglnla'Laids,. that, he saw wltR) coD.ttrpatlou an expression conditions. Ye, you may say I favor CoIIIUPIUO" eel yos.nt.: these two great Industrfe.

MMburcea, product, mode of our J of strong' disapproval on her anything that will tend to benefit the lIok HllI4loll.. 250. ,. .:."."d"a h"tr' If more hog and cattle are grown I The Farmer
-"on, prices, eto., by reading' the He present rendition of tbe public roads." ee i
face. knew the sign and knew Homo- than two boulea The Gardener
packing no
Yee use a<1itrM I.Nrlatweo.ad.ec. can use,
in it Farmer. Send lOct
thing was' going to happen. He thought LIBIA .. JTUKJUJI .K.. (;0.. Las, MM*. doubt others will follow them here.
mouths subscription to the to avert the Impending disaster and look
Whosoever baa suffered from 'pile The Housewife
Brighter days are coming for tbe Texas
mar Co., Emporla, Va. ed toward the ,.
smilingly lady and said knows !haw '-"t-f"I. d troublesome they
ir: ;:p' .- solicitously farmers, and they should prepare to do Th f ones a tutu state. Tko*
; are Tablet's Buckeye Pile Ointment I Is RAISING POULTRY.; ar. worttt a tml dt not*
\!hjtVEi.YOU: SEEN THE WA.LT9N "I fear you are not nerved to :your taste; guaranteed: to cure pile Price ftOct In their part In fostering the home Indus ewwbww Chas iK. entliiar line*aiuuial kind. iced ft.w

Jbipld Calkerf If not call at the store dear madam. If you will" bottle tube TSots. Wilson: Son. tries' conclude a correspondent of '
Build the poultry. houiwi no tbtt It rn D. M. PCMIIV e> O >>
Ml Jaw Prltobard Jk:: Son, Titusville.la Tbo lady rose majestically.; She looked readily be cleanml.Young1 Farm and Ranch.Celery. Detroit MieA.
,. an. article that should be ID theE'OIl down'' upon him. She spoke. She said .
00e4 Pr..r.. I. T........ ducks pit more than 1II"kllolO..
> of every boatbullder and "Will 111m, I have lived with ;you for Slvrasre.Observation .
Judging from the enthusiasm which but marketable
Read the testlmonlala many; year I have been/a good wife are noonrr. -
and experience lead the
.. boatbuilden. and eared ;you money. Sometime I have attended the recent annual meeting of The brut way to feed corn to young
,-,' made it for you. I am going. I will not the Tennessee Good ttoad association chickens .U crushed or cracked. Rhode Island' station to the belief that

sit here and be a witness to this extrsra-: much work In the Improvement of When poultry does well under. your the best winter celery Is that which DYSPEPTICIDEThe

gance." highways will be accomplished In that plan of management, do not try. other Is protected by covering It with ,earth ) greatest ald
1y' And neither would she. The startled state next year. Tbe convention was plane and forest loaves In the' field where It

mple copy of one of the. best farm guest stood with countenance cast down not content with, academic discussions) One most of soft fxeiTa day I I. enoaKh. The Largest and Moat ComoUte -
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.. while William escorted her to a carriage. It iboiiM. given as soon a. the chickens
g ,publihed, free, if you will! send Then the band played on.-New York of the advantages of good roads, the fly down from tbe roonts. ( Establishment South.

nir name on .a postal card, oneatlonlnft Times. beat material for roadway and taelike ) Kcvihvlls are very KIMMor nth. fowl
HACKER & SON
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but took practical steps toward
j"i"1 ii > Crumb them very One I biters>> feeding! ,
>u paper. > > realization of the Ideals To .ecar- them let the fowls get Into the habit of I II
Stops Coughand
TUB: PLOWBOY Coq_ united action throughout, the state amP, sting eggs.Introduce. I
: work off the Cold.
to build up an organization wblcl: new blood Into the poultryyard

L Atlanta, Ga. Laxative Brorao-Qulnlne Tablet care a would be strong enough to demand legislation by buying some goof vigorous

cold In one day. No. Cure No Pay. each county court waa urged males. Homo pure bred fowl mlKht bo

Price 25ot to send three delegates! to each annual purchased .1_.

meeting of the !State! tload association. Ooe of the little J..aks In In Wploa sd1rM.
r surplus .mali>... 8"II..tr every one not t :.
orey Kidney Cure. It was decided also to ask the legislature -
What CUll... say. needed a. soon a. they ran boo put Into
for the appointment of a state engineer -
_f.f eye and bLadda'rfllhtm The dlsftrtulontloa and ,mowing of marketable condition.

macaroni wheat through tbe Texas experiment to consult wltb county superintendent 'Oe ... coat very little If allowed the ( 8.aw ;45
station In the matter of roads and liberty of th* Hvldii. with acooae to a i+WKf*. ''ATOJfSgviI
promise .
good .
some re.fultL '
rr-iiBMs1 'ii ** >* ..
YEARS' in
BO bridge and for l legislation which would pond or ttrrsnt. Tbe beet breed i for *
c
' EXPERIENCE permit the employment of Jail inmatesIn feathers Is the Cmbden. being entirely wi __
It Is now thought that the Texas white.
roadnmklng: ,
coast will beat tbe world In rice pro The si.e! of. tbe yard depends *....111.. r 1d ,tiN MANUFACTURERS Off

duction. The PreMirlpMvej lee MaJartei. what open the breed and aLto upon tbe

Magnificent .:crop. of sweet potatoes Chills and Fever Is a |bottle of Grove's manner In which the flock I* msuafMl. A TOES Or TOBAO1 TBKKCB: JOB CXJLKltT. Doors Sash Blinds

bare been grown this season In many Taateleas Chill Tonfo.( It la simply Iron Uvuorally the larger the yard the better Is grown without disturbing..tbe roots
and quinine In a tasteless form. No : the fowl will thriea.One Me & Material
sections of 11 a rj tend. until It Is wanted for use. French store nldmg : Building
TRADC MaassDxaQNe Cure, Ko Cure. Price COota. great recommendation the larger
The of Texan report .. I age la much used A form of It which
pecan growers breeds of fowl hsve over the. small ones Cfflcoife\ Waterootn. King opposite
has rIYt"nof.,1 result ln Arkannns l lsbowu lit
reCOOYRM.KT.ft AC. considerable shortage In the !
,, crop The straight tree lithe first to be cut U that the large one have to shy where Cannon StreetCharleston!
In the
d.ewlotkm
Anvnn.undlna..b.t.b maid nn cut.
loar.ae.rtml..ur.elfka:: ft..w b tbr .a amounting to about 33: per cut. I down. The well of nreet water I. the they are put, while the small onea n uul-
sni.m 1.p..bel"y Y.nubia' ] S. C.
.tried y onntl.>ulliiJ. Ilii.ttdb,J'= = first to be exhausted ly (o where they please.
nt fr.Mb Olct 9n......r for_n"CoTnofJlvr>& 'iiu.Pftietntef Wedding Stationery ? .&* wRboS Maan.In tbo A a day all that they will eat up elwm. A* ffactlon of the shin are canned by the Sash Weights Cord and

fSckniific The ADVOCATE having received a nice the yoanc chick grows very rapidly 'It U failure of the liver and kidneys to cant ,

riCatt. lot of tbe latest type and stationery, la w. / 1"f7711 not easily made fat and should be In.duerd off Imparities, which remain In tbe IYS- HardwarCjig

.__el* ..-... _kl,.. y.rn.a Mr.Imtl.ai BOW prepared to execute on short notice, to irst aa rourb a* poe lbl. ao a* toUr tem. H.rblae.1II aUraula'a the liver
l vt may taumtUM Iramal Tvraia tt a boa of tb. gennlse sot Into ..b. market early. and kidneys and cleanse the of
system
roar xintba,al. Bold brail nvov +dwa. ed ..u."c.u."...... 01iia signature M every Window ands cyOlasf:
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UNN and Iadies'vlsltlugesnla. Give us your Laxative Brotno-Quinide Taw- all 1m purl tiel. Price SOote. ,Ji B. Wilson
& CO."t........'. New York ..'" SPEOL"trY.
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41 EAST COAST

4Y JAMBS. PSITCHABD, President; Ww. M, Buowir, Vlce Preaident
:f andbeautlfni. A PROMINENT AMERICAN ON O. 8. SOITOTLKJI, Cashier.
{ THE EAST present which were numerous
: ; : EAST COAST ADVOCATE. CHRISTMAS ALONG Special thank are due Wr THE BOER WAR.

COAST OF FLORIDA. liable,a* ; Mr. liable as Santa INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
r Claus, and Mr*. Ilartstone a* Dln.lclan. The following open letter has been addressed -
their decision
... y..Y JOOH1I.AI.' DBYOTID TO T.. DBT&&r la our last issue we published a reportof All present of the were splendid unanimous success in of the < to the Boer Delegates In the ,
'1 0.1' 0' rill IXD1AM sows JLA. how Christroaa was celebrated in Ti- I United State by Mr. Thomas Grant, a COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
'1 WOBTH AMD BUOATUB BAY SBOTIOie tu.lIIe; and now, by the courtesy of our whole affair. prominent citizen of Chloage;
; numerous correspondent along tbvEaat. WHITE CITY. "You have come to this country to ask Authorized capital $100,00
f i PUBr.lIR&D EVERY FBIDAT.OJSABLKS Coast, we are enabled to tell how resident The Christmas wa enjoyed very much bare. the American people to sympathize; with 1 r Paid up capital $25,00
of other places celebrated It. Our" club member bad a floe time, near you In your struggle for independence Averaga deposits, $100:000:
:r H. W4LTOK, Editor & Fubllshw.Dlsoontlnaanoe following ere a few report : ly all the member being present and sot a* you call It. Now, as I understand the -
DAYTONA joyiog f sumptuous repast ac 7 tall) p. m., matter and I do not think the fonts can -
of &< .&.. jnurtbe made personally Christmas Day In Daytona was Ideal; after which the table ware carried out bo disputed, you loaned whet I I. called au Transacts' a General ]
,,t this' offlfw o'by writing. neither too warm nor too cold. The and the young people took possession of ultimatum to Great Britain command- Banking
1 churches bad made arrangements for the floor, and danced until the wee *ma/ lug her to withdraw her" troops from her ,, -
t Obeck,.'0., mal b. map parable to CHABLI* elaborate musical services and almost hour' when all went home happy Tbe own territory within given number of Business.
White City Sunday School also l gave a day. Great Britain not having remoedbar
H. W.U.1IOJo.pobU.her.t' everybody had a good fat turkey to .
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Immediately
entertainment Christmas Kve. as ordered by you, you
which they Invited their friends v.rll1loe troop,
and Oldest Bank
Address all oominanlo tlon to Invaded the nearest British Largest on the RJy
: EAST COAST ADVOCATE LA GRANGE. KDKH.: ; territory took forcible possession of It, Exchange bought and !sold on all
t' TITUPVIU.K, FLORIDA.U. .. The ClirUtmas tree at the above place Christmas was observed In various and annexed It by proclamation to your own a In Countries. Foreign;
; II said to have been one of the moat sundry way. It wee such a warm Sll m. country established local government in --
i ---' 00,4 beautiful trees on Indian River. The merllke day. There were beach parties, every town that you occupied,levied taxes y,,1 r troooto(; aiipreftlated. Prompt ", ,
I <' S. Department of Agriculture treo was, loaded with presents for old riding parties, and Christmas tree In on the inhabitants, and. In fact, acted as treatment aud every favor eonslntant wlifUI
) _" and young, and the attendance was very very home and here let wa whisper' It;;; absolute owners of the country. This is T, servfttive banking granted.C01UUC8PONDENTS .
"f "Weather:, Hiireau-Jupiter, Fla. large. tome little children were bad, and although what call "flghtlnff for your Inde !
\ they put up a tree and left It for you Siime, of these portions of P ....,.,... Seaboard National Bank of :New York .
pendence. .. 8IId
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.r HA DEBViLJ.lII, little I L National Bank of Jacksonville, J-Ja.'
day Santa, never came. Poor bean by ?
The following is a comparative ..tat&ft' British Colonies have occupied
\. meat temperature and rainfall for thAI Christmas day came warm and beauty children, It will bo a lesson to them doe for six months. The British did not TI'1'1T ;-vILLZr FLA.
--- you ,
I weak ending;; Tuesday;Poo. :31, 1001.L ful, bringing much good cheer and many, hope. Invade your country. Oh, but you say
L -1901- -1000_ presents from loving friend Mm. 11. MIAMI. they Intended to do so.- That Is mere -- ----=

!, D.&T&21) MAX.70 WIN.a2: JlAX.12 Mf nil I. S.and Clack baby,,Mr.Mr." and and Mrs.Air*. Fred Morris U.Holmes Black: The members of the First entertainment Methodist! assertion We are dealing unsupported with facts by, any and evidence.the fact SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY]
held Chrlstmns
j 211 78 (13: 12 63 and Mrs. J. P. Sawtello spent the day church a are that you were the '8A' re88or..,' 'the THE
27 78 00 74 062d most plaaantly under Dr Holmes' hospitable on Christmas Eve. There 11'88" large invaders, the declarers of war, !and yet
roof. Mr." and Mrs.: Jerome audience present, who keenly enjoyed one
61) 70 70 before a* a peaceful,
tt 29 80 76 611 73 07 Feaiv'er spent the day at Mr King's. of the best prepared and carried out you agricultural coma people us,posing who only wanted i DO 71 M IH flOI Mrs J. P. Sawtelle was their guest during Christmas program that wa ever given let alone, and ask for our sympathy'"The ,
1 I, 81 01; 30 tl3 74i the evening, and a very enjoyabletime here. The preparation was moat careful; facf is, you began this war In a *
r week was reported. Air. and Mrs. Ju.SwloRon the drilling of the children who took part when suffering -"
Total rainfall for the : .10 moment of madness, you were
Departure from normal rainfall for the dav at, Capt.Mr. Albert Anthony Wilson's.and son Ipenttile wan was of most the highest elaborately order.decorate The church with from what the French cull 'teta Vitrified.., paving! and Sidewalk Brick un._.,,,
'swelled
Inohe. Americans
week: minus .63 Departure ---- ---- --- --- --- mnntee, and tile
palm, vines, ete. In one corner was a
from normal rainfall since January 1, INDIAJtOLA.Tbe head.' Now, when things seen to be
Christmas tree and from Its foliage a around the Office foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone 2o. 262.]
plus 18.10IDobelJ. Christmas exerclnesat Indlanola large number 01 tiny electric lights flashed / o run .
HAI 1*. HABDIK, Observer. were held in' the clubhouse. A piano which" added much to its beauty. world for sympathy You played for big J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.; I

-----.... .,- duet was rendered by lira. Charles E. Christmas services were also held! at 10 stake. and you have lost. The game
Hill and George \Y. Uohuylor: an address o'clock Christmas- morning Rev. M. S, you have been trying to play'Is generally' --
JUST' THINK IT OVER. by Rev Don McDonald, of Greenville Stocking preaching ao excellent;sermon. called 'heads I win, tails you lose.
Va by Miss Edith Cole, reading lie wa. assisted In the service by Rev*. "You Invaded !and! annexed a neighbor- & Baker
bjr John McDonald, vocal lolo by Mrs, Stanton: and Orr. There wero services lug C'ouotryl'; that was all right In your MeMurray
',:TBB merchants the East Coast TJ. II. Gurney instrumental by, Miss also In the Eplacopal and Roman Catholic eye* deDce seemed on your side, ,
are probably not aware that 'the France E. Moore, vocal duet by Mls churches The Episcopal church was and all wo well. But when the tide

.ii.. ', EAST COAST ADVOOATE ia worth. Impersonated Cole and Mr. Gurney by John McDonald Santa Claus who was beautifully decorated! would turned,turn ai any, you' man cry but out lunatic'spare our knew Inde-It 401.413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

l' great deal more to them than some distributed the presents. At the dance, pendence.' 'We are) simple} farmers.' r-IIeadquarterS for-
'. foreign sheet ten times its size. As Ia conclusion) a launch- Joad of young A RAMIE COMPANY ON THE 'This Won't do Gentlemen of the Boer I

It I., it is one of the largest weekly people from Kockledge.waa present EAST COAST. Deputation I The tools American'people think. You are Material 'Vehicles Harness
.;., not quite such a* you Wagon Bicycles
this and -
on coast costs -
I newspapers. OEOROIARA.The : an that :you are lighting for the same I I
Y considerable money and work tobring exercises at the Christmas tree Mr. George F. lilies will leave- tomorrow principle; -that our American forefathers and Sundries I
it out, every week. If is pass. were excellent. The music was of the ; for Enu Oallia to Inspect the did In the end of the lost centuary. I
that of bout. Misses Era Owen, Cora Munson operations now under way of the Nation oan use plain language. well as President "KELLY"' SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat
some our
1' ing strange merchants Maggie Carter, Emily Bond Nina Baldwin al Ramie Company of which be U 'a director Kruger, aud I say that statementIs
and readers.( do not realize and Edna Bond recited their aeleo says the St. Augustine,: Record of a. deliberate lie. Our forefathers short notice.
:' the great value of the Pink Paper, Clone of Christmas legends and stories,. Deo. 27th. The culture and preparation fought because they' objected to being
many withholding from It that flit,. and howe4 they had been well trained. of the ramie plant from the rawatate to taxed without any representation In the
nanolal and moral that But the beat thing on the program wa a condition making ready for market taxing body. That system of taxation
1, support the drill of the little' 11 lk... Dressed In bat been undertaken and If successful without representation is the very thingyou WATCHES CLOCKS
would make it of more value to white with red, white and blue ashes" will result In one of the most Important Boer have been carrying) out In ,
them and the community in which and wands or spears tastefully decorated, industries on the East Coast. ODe c>(the South Africa. You have been taxing: r :r ii

they lire, to ay..nothing of its value and with tUg Lptilse Cannatta at the main difficulties la the way' of the profitable Englishmen, Americans, Germans, and Diamonds
bringing settlers to the coast, organ and Mlaa Louise LJndaberry as cultivation of this valuable 'fibre all foreigners without giving them a ,II, \ .-' .sae Jewelry
; leader 1 It was wonderful how the little plant ha been th" expense of preparing volca In the government of the country. SIN ,
r and BO bringing more money also toW one marched back and forth, around, It, and this ha been removed by the; Invention "Jil fact, you are fighting/ against the f5 Souvenir Wedding Kings and Present
fill the exchequers of our merchants. across, through and all about, never getting of a machine ow ned and controlled principles that our forefather fought .f .. ,
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Merchants along the East Coast ; mixed up or" loosing their places. by the company, which not only effeotlvely fJr. and. you know It. Vet you come ass Wlnmo Waltham Watches, etc
who do not advertise and who send After the drill Haota. Clan made a church dooa'the work, but also greatly here and ask for sympathy.'You : \ttuui\
full of people happy by the generous distribution cheapen the process. want some one to pull the 'chest \ FIMEWATCH( and'JEWELRY REPAIRS
to other for tbnir ....:....
parts stationery
oo'w bane twenty
of the fruits feathered from the Thecompany nuts out of the fire" for you, and you fix u '
may think they are treating the wonderful Christmas) tree. thousands acre In the vicinity of Ban oa the American people as .the greatest 'A SPECIALTY

,} home printer I right, yet they feeloffended EAU GALLIK.Tlia Mllle, under the supervision of Mr. ools-n compliment we appreciate at its Watch Inspector tor Plant System and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'y.
Warren of Mew York. Two '
",. Beldlog
value.
< If our residents send away Christmas tree at:this place provedthe hundred acres are being prepared and right"My: personal opinion Is, -that the only Spectacles an'd JSyegla* e". Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
".t': for goods to those whose ads. they grand sncoeis sxpeoted. Yonng and the work of planting the ramie root bet! mistake-criminal mistake, I woaTd say 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
': see year.ln and year out in the AD- old!in Eau Oallle were proHenten mae, -which, the British Government made -_
: VOCATI.: If the home merohaDt.'fI and the tree itself was" a thing) of boauty. un.Tba character of vhe enterprise I is indicated was to IIIveyolI from the Kaffir, who '
: will treat'the home The exercises closed about\ p. m.. all by the name of the officer of the but for England'. Interference would
} paper right by returning to their homes verj well pleas which has been Incorporatedunder Best Material.
company, have wiped you off the face of the earth. Lowest Prices.
giving It their financial support, ed with the evening's entertainment. the laws of New Jersey :I. -The Dominican.3T" .
will learn that the local The performance of the children showed .
,,1 they soon President. Richard G. Delafleld, >pr l-
",{ newspaper ia their best friend. The careful training by Mr. Clark, flies dent of the National Park Bank pf New Subscriber, attention I I. drawnto
1 } Hodgson and J. Arlington Gilbert. The York director, titiiyveaant:'! Flab president your
,.' home paper is your friend for it Haptlstchurch wa benutifully decorated ;of the Illinois Central Railway, ; the name-and-date slip panted upon QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.Eond I t
r/>, a labors for your town and county,' for Xmas day, and the thanks of the Richard (!. Delafleld and William JI. your paper or wrapper. If you are In I .
: and it certainly) deserves your financial committee are tendered Mr. and Mr*. Bliss, of New: York; George L. Bradley arrears, pleiua remit.
I and moral support to help keep Jensen for Important assistance In malt- Washington D. C., and George F. Mules, Dyed : Lumber: : Cot Titusville. Ii
lug tIle dacoratloDH. Social Clothing ,
( its well : antifamily of !St.: Augustine.
record ,
up good as as bring. .
dinners -
were In order on Christmas day Ramie Is largely used In the manufacture
log new settlers which I IK what our In Hau Qallle. Many of our guests enJoyed of damask blending with; Pressed and Repaired. Ladles dresses'
merchants need to keep their stores the day by Bailing and axon rebus tlllcs, and the goodlll<< uct makes the a specialty. Address, A Trial: Qrder Will. Convince.
,I throughout the The on the beautiful waters of Indliin IUver.OL llnesC class of paper: In fact, the bank SAM TKRXINS, ,
open year I Magnolia Avenue und 6th Street, }B. O. VANLANDINOHAM: : Manager. Titusville, Fla. ,
notes leaned the French government
home Is I also of considerable by
't'II! paper Jty are made of ramie. P. O. Box 253. Sanford, Fla.
benefit to thel railroad companies, There was a Christmas tree at the -
for every settler that Is brought to school house Christmas Eve. It was \ t
1 largely attended. The house wa crowded MEiUUTT, Xtlerrltt's Inland. '
the coast though the Influence of
to Its fullest capacity, Decide others .
the newspaper, ia so many hundredsof that remained outside. An Interesting .Masury's Paints '

dollars in the excLequer of, the program had been arranged by Miss E. Nevins' Riverview Hotel O2T INDIAN RIVER. .. ,
company. Just give this a passing L. Hell!* which consisted of songs and MERRITT, FLA:
recitation by the pupil of the cbool.
though,, and you will see wherein we The tree warn 'beautifully lighted with On High Pine Land. Health. comfort anti sport. No better Hunting ,ARE THE BEST. SOLD BY

are, right. Therefore we would varlou colored candle, and was loaded and Fishing In Florida. Sulphur Swimming Bath Floe yachting. \ e

visabllity suggest to of our advertising merchants jn,the their ad I down pleased with both handsome the children present and, grown, which up Now Open. J. J. WILKINSON'Proprietor.' Q]EOJLGE: :: F. P.A.DZSmON: :: : :: : .

borne paper, and by helping it along Mr.people.and Mrs.The SantaClaus crowning event with their was queer when ST. AUGUSTINE. TIlE LUMBERMAN.

they are indirectly helping them.. loqklng uniforms made their appearance. EAU GALLIB, FLORIDA.
selves along also. 'l'heyaeemed pleated with the tree and --- -
In a few moments proceeded distribute ST, AUGUSTINE, FLA. .
Penroe'8 the present while the audience awaited Hotel t I Magnolia H. A. HODGES.
( SIIUTOK: bill for the hear
patiently to their name called., On Opened for the season of 100.1.
prevention of anarchy in this country Christina day, Mr. and Mr. Martin Manufacturer of

by preventing anarchists and Smith entertained their many friend. A large addition bos been constructed adding Fifty Store Kooms h
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from A sumptuous dinner had boon prepared, ..Cypress; and Yellow Pine Lumber... '.r
dynamiters
immigrating to I and wa partaken of with a hearty relish most of which have a Southern Exposure. They are newly and ROUGH AND ;"
the United States might fairly be by the party of seventy-five--besides DRESSED. Orange Box Heaxl., Fruit and Vegetable Crate
,called, "A bill striking at the root several children. The evening wa spent: handsomely ftirnlshed and nearly'all'ara connected with Private Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges,: or building i in "
of the evil;" for if we do not let In dancing by the young people, and a Itatlts. :The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice its for al.Y part of Florida' ,.would do well to write for prices. The saw irllls are locatedat I..
I little after midnight the party disported Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
thfo. class of settlers In, we will not to their respective home mer else, and various other Improvements have also been made at an part: of the East Coast. Address: H. A. IIODGES Buffalo Bluff Fa.

have the trouble of putting them Expenditure of $3OOOO. A flrat-claas Orchestra will furnish
out, Anarchists and dynamiters PORT PIERCE.
should certainly be refused admission Christmas was observed by the whole music twice daily. Rate J.CO: to $4.0O)( per day Special weekly and ESTABLISHED!: ,13TO. ;,
community, by attending an masse the ,
this monthly rates. Special terms to parties. J
to for
country they are
beautiful Xraa tree at the new Metho
of no earthly u.e. and are a menaceto dist church on Tuesday evening. The PALMER A McDOWELL, Proprietors.'
I the peace and prosperity of the church was artistically and beautifully M. Lane & Son 1

United (States& decorated with palms, evergreen and ,
tlowers. Gleaming,: lights cast a radianceof .
a enchantment,over the fairy-like scene, The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
Tall shareholders of the Ooeanio and the bright, eager faces of the little 250 WASHINGTON: STREET NEW YORK.
ones wan' a study ia expectation Mrs.
Navigation Company have donated
: Ilaila, who managed the whole UTalr
$O.OOO to the Liverpool Seamen's looked very dainty and sweet, and had, A 4 cycle, 4 cylinder, marine Southern Fruit and Produce
Pension fund and $30,000 for award tier little claim, trained to perfection. ,
a in the Royal Victoria hospital They went through each role withoutthe engine. Practically no vibration. k .y ,

at Belfast Ireland, in llghtea6/ mistake, and showed' per Shifting spark. Run at d
memory fect command their Mr. Hart- Commissios: '
of Mr. TV H. Ismay, head of the tone, charmingly dreased part In crepon and any speed. Specially adaptedfor eJohac.ts.::

above steamship line who died black satin presided the and auxiliary. "
organ, power. 4 SPECIALTIES t ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils Cards and our
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about year.ago. with elicited melody enthusiastic divine! pralita.at her finger The/ organ tips, 14 h. p., 2 cylinder, . .$27:5.I : r quotations furnished on application.

waalnio\!tJilddeu with bank of evergreen I Weight, 2.15:\ Ib*. .

JCDOMINT: has been recovered and tropical tlowera. When the 7 h. p., 4 cylinders. $400. ,
against Historian Maclay for $36 1lI"elsnd: shepherds came out the music
for a beer bill. Haclay's historical I was almost a sigh, and the effect! was Weight, 313: ll>s. r WARRENFITCH.

touchingly beautiful. When the entertainment 1-3 h. p., 4 cylinder, . ,ft)0.t ) .
writings go to show that he has was over, all eyes were turned Weight, 473 Ibs. i I -Dealer laHIDES. -
I onsumed too much- beer, that he has not had enough. ID through a "window, all cherry nod I am prepared to 'prove that SKINS, BEESWAX, TALLOW, ETC.* ETMake
d bright, laden with Xmas --toy, good this Is the best' marina me your shipment Prompt: Attention.
\ cheer, and warm greeting for all. He engine .r P. O. Box 804 Jacksonville Florida.
TUB attention of, Boer sympa ;node quite a speech to the large audience on the market. -- -- -
thisers, who Lave not visited'Africa. and, 'wan full of goo.l-uatnre and fun. -

is drawn to the article of a prom" % III I., and costume the disguise wa; artitUo wo and perfectly well gottenup com G-EJO. Ra wAGES r. L..A..CE::, THE MOCHBJOB PRINTING OFFICE

Inent American on this page. ""t.., pute. Then began the distribution of Send stamp for catalogue PALM
I BEACH, FLA. Print all kind* of Commercial jtitionery Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill Etc

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E. H. ARMSTRONG- } White City. Melbourne. : Eau Gallie.Mrs. GEORGE MARX JOHN MARX M


Some fine orange trees have -' R. :R<>S-

Mr Hammond : arrived for UUODET A OOODR.-Real Batas and Loans.Ajcent I. G. Gilbert is again. able) to be !

for .jKtiu London and Liverpool Mid about aa usual. Wholesale Dealers In .
E We are having some of llle most ttlobe, FroTltlauoe-Washlnglon. anil Sun: Sire
weather ever known. perfect nalltaooo. 8)wclal attention p.ld0 the The pink paper Is fast becoming a favorite

Most -Interests of non.rteldenta.' with our guests. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
of
our farmer
are now shipping H.. Wray of Horse Creek !Is bringing .
produce, and receiving HOTEL CARLBTOW-Open theyearround. DeIIlthtflllalot 'iCorner -- I
good
prices | to spend winter or summer. Located Into market some very floe cabbage and

Mr. Lamont was In Ankoua, last Sanday River.on Term high. moderate.blnlT overlooking. the Indian potatoes West Bay and Julln Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

visiting the Sunday School there. KI''AJIK Ron nitTSQN,Proprietor.Subscriptions The st.llamerSpartan 'wagon Hodgson'sways
ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.We
Mr. and Mrs. MeMulIen, who spent' on Monday last, having; some slight; .
Christmas at their old home 111 Eden 1ttr-: for the ADVOCATE, repairs done ou her hull I
[ SPECIALIST. have returDed. the) |pink paper of the East Coast, will berecehod
EYE at the Melbourne Postoffloe. The launch Dawn is now In the watersof are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; '

street, Jacksonville, Fla. Four gentlemen from Boston-Messrs. Indian River, after complete overhauling guaranteed genuino. We also carry n full line of nay, Grain and Feed. W* want

r Bay Crow, Harries Day and Smith- have A Happy New Year to all. on Hodgson's ways. your Orangns and Vegetables. Give us r trial and you will be pleased .1'
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arrived, and will proceed to settle here Capt. A. J. Goode 'came from T. 0.01j311 Ronald,of Lotus placinga MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville, Fla. J

Stuart. Mr. Llpstead, of Chicago, arrived here Neptune to spend Xmas with his up'folks.Mr. larger engine in his launch the Utllls.. D -1 We only Sell to Dealers.
Tuesday morning to look at his property. The work Is being done In Hodgson's 4t
lie will return to Jacksonville, where Le and Mrs. Newhall and two oiilldrea ,ard. -

I;II now In order to say 1902.Lrrli hassecuroJ employment for the winter. of Carleton Glencoe 111., were the guests of Hotel Miss Lillian Chllds and Miss 'Eliza South Rockledge. suit a ICONS HILINCID.Itiiptar .

Johns our deputy sheriff, m de The Club met last Saturday night and the past week., St.lokneylefl; for Palm Beach on Wednesday .

pii ll trip to Jensen, Tuesday.fetre among other business transacted, a large Miss E. J. Lee and Mrs. Lee returnee returning to.Eau Gallie on Saturday Cur.l by m Simple lloma Method
quantity of floor last Saturday, from Dayton, whore they next. Rather cool weather lately but nothing
to report Chas. Wood- wax was ordered,which Tlint .... Forever llanl.lixl the Knife.
Tdon::the sorry sick list for the past week means numerous pairs of dancing slippers spent Xmas with friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stlckney entertain hurt except beans and bananas. .

Is busy painting t Jbe before next spring. The little folks enjoyed the !Rood ed on Christmas night In honor of the A of our young people took 111) A Free Trial. of this Famoii Method Is

w"' Corton of Walter Kltohlng's: resl- The White City Sunday School gave a things/ they received of that big Xmas Misses ChlldJ", of Oluan N. 7., who were the dance at (Georgian, last Fl! ijf eve Mallnl to All Who are RnpturwlT
It etc., tree in the church.Mr. here vacation. '
nice Congregational on a
very entertainment Christmas Eve., nlng W S. Rico(081)!\ W. Main.t.\ ,Adams, j;
P* and the many friends of Mrs C. VV.Manning Young and wife, of Baltimore, lire Chas. B. Merrill was In Ban: Gallie on Will Lndlow, an architect from Now N. Y., will send free tq any one who Is
Ir flows( who stopping at the of Dan-loca- of Brooklyn, N. Y., return thanks now nicely located ill the Barnes house Tuesday last, accompanied by some of York has been spending the holidays at ruptured or knows of any person ruptured
[b'botel, thinks very strongly for the Xmas tree decorations and prevents but expect to take meals at Hotel Carle- Tioplo's citizens, who attended to some Mr. Uartwell's. whether a man, woman or child, ,n
Jbero. *> for our little ones. ton. shopping while In town. free trial of his famous home cure. It Is

10 Toppleton( Is spending! a few daysLie' Mrs Sarah A. Brush arrived here Miss A. Florence Hodgson! entertained over IT.to B.' Dr.Paxton,Wltfold'a, son and In daughter a rowboat, went, on a marvelous method, curing cases that

Hill this week, traveling via the Frank Treadwell, Bonnett, la, was Monday, and fa again a guest of DotelCarleton. on Friday last, in honor of tho Misses Friday, and enjoyed a chat with the defied! hospitals, doctors, trusses, elootri
troubled and all else. send
ton River in his launch with kidney disease for two where she has spent several Chllds, of Glean, N. Y. The ladles were genial doctor. sad Merely yonrname 1
lie address and the free trial will bo sont
years. writes: "I had taken several winters. Her Melbourne friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 4
are Stickney.
here
n.D. Hoke( of Jensen, la erect- kinds of guests without cost to 'whatever H W.
,
Louise
kidney remedies, but with little to Miss )(. Powe, a J professor In any you
wind mill, tank and water connects benefit. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney pleased see Iier\, here. Mrs Coon and Miss Faith Coon, of Well's College.; Aurora, X. Y.: arrived Yourex, a well known commercial .traveler

for Cbas. Woodward. Cure and a one dollar bottle cured me." The public Installation of Melbourne; Olean N. Y., are now In Eau Gallle.andInteDd ) her beautiful home, last week, and Is was ruptured ton years, tried every yl

lirdon Parks, J. W. Boggan' and Morjlolini B. R. Wilson & Son.Fort Lodge No. 14:1: F, & A. M. took place at spending the winter with. Mrs. J. enjoying herself visiting with old friends, truss on the market,. partly made up his
expect to leave Monday for a educational Hall. The following officers .C..park, who has a'winter home here.Major'and mind to undergo the danger of an operation ..
hunt In the back country. were Installed. Dr. L. A. Peek, Worship' Grand Geo. W. Fettee has purchased the sailboat when by the greatest of good luck, '
I days' Mrs. Clark, of RapIds
Pierce. ful Master; Goo. F. Faddison, Senior Avis, and fitting It up In good he tiled the l>r. floe method He ll now 1 ,
Rr.and Mrs. Fred Mailer and child- Warden; F. II. Fee, Junior Warden) R. Mloh., haVe tented the Near cottage shape, and expects to enjoy .sailing on cured

I hive moved here from.Hlo,. for a few "W. Goode, Treasurer; Chas. H. Stewart, Houston street, for the season;, and the beautiful Indian lllvor... Mr. Yourex says "I tried Dr. Rice's i

ftiths,so that Mr. Muller' pan be near John Wynn paid a visit to points up Secretary:! : ; Chas Bolton, Senior Stoward; are home.now cosily settled In their winter Mr.\ and Mrs. Gob W. Puttee and! Mr. method and It cured! me. I did notion* tt

Bwork. the river, this week: S. F. Gibbs. Junior Steward; T. C, and Mrs M. C. Salmon took Christmas day on the road. Hundwdsof merchants
Nicholson Senior Deacon .Thomas Mrs. Thomas Harbour went to New and friends In Illinois Wisconsin Minnesota I
Krnout Stypmau left, Tuesday, Wade Harris has been ; dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Averlll, and In ,
Sin!oiry Mitoo.( Mr. Stypman will not last few In spending the Chaffee: Junior Deacon; P. A. McMillan, York to spend the Christmas holidays the afternoon, with Miss Powe and Mr. and Iowa know the wonderful fact r
: atone! for on January 2nd he took days town, visiting his family Tyler. Rev Hawk delivered the address with the family: her son. Mrs. liar- Hartwell and family, took a pleasantride that this remarkable method cured me

irn ( for life Miss Clara Agusta W. J. Bass' fine launch made Its trial Last note! Carletonwas bour Is expected back this week, and will In Mr..Averlll's tine launch, the MI>-. and I certainly feel thankful enough to '

!in lot,partner of San Matoo. trip last Sunday, and proved to be a very a scene Friday of evening splendor, It being the resume her residence here until May, nova tell my expoilenoe." Mr. Yourox lives ;,
boat. In Chicago at 112-114 Franklin St.
of the Methodist speedy night of the Masonic banquet The hotel Mr. Wallace of Palm Boaoh, agent for I send
tie pupils Sunday Every ruptured ought to
ool presented Mrs Chas MoPhersonh I Chas. Edwards and Mrs. Pronger were was prettily decorated and the dining the Buffalo U-aaoline Motor, was In KauGallio FOR PNEUMONIA. O. J. IbCtP'1 atnoe and make a person trial of this )
clock last Sunday. Mrs. I married on Xmas Eve., at the residence room was a picture long to bo lotnoni on Friday last, having some slight Agnew, Mich., mysr "I have used ft'.,. that cures without pain danger method
elegant ,
u of the bilde's parents. bered by the fifty guests who sat downto repairs done to his launch the Buffalo. ley's Honey and Tar In' three very severe operation
i'berson tithe organist and Is or an hour's IPS of time Begin
,
very well served done In Hodgson's of pneumonia with good results Iji
a prepared and daintily The work was yard. cases }
with the folks. and In.. short time will A
War now A never
young The Rev. T. W. Moore, assisted by The tables decorated with case" Beware of substitutes. 11. you
Rev. Mr. Lane, held services in the Methodist supper. were Dr. Hozlowood received a blow on the every know.you bad been ruptured. Write today
Wilson &
1U
.Danforth Is busy celling rooms In palms, ferns, flowers and vines and poo. .
from the boom during his sail on sure. \
church, last Sunday, to large con nose
hotel Mr. Bessey expects to take laden with the delicacies of the season 1
Friday last. The Doctor lost! a quantityof ,
uge the latter part of this week. This gregations.Mrs. The King's Daughters served the supper -
blood but la none the worse at this
II baa eleven nice bed rooms, dining C:-R. Campbell Is now the happy which added another attraction to writing, ,and now knows more about sall- Rockledge. ILEA i. 1SMTATJ2: F; ) $ALE. 7 I

a,two parloi, fire places, etc. It Is mother of a nice ILtle baby girl, wlio arrived the occasion. In response to the toast \\og. --r
;comfortable, and Is run In first-class on the 29th ult. Mother and babyare "Master C. II. Stewart," Mr. W. I. Met -
la doing( nicely. calf, of West Palm Beach, spoke on Fra. The Misses Chllds, of Olean, N. Y., returned Miss Anita Gnnovn, of West Palm As' :Administrators the Estate of 1,
ternal Intlnonce. Dr. I... A. Peek of to their northern homes on :Sun: Beach, Is the guest of Alls Mamie liar- William Truutler, deceased. We offer at
Tilton to town Christmas week were: doe for a weeks.
.nioou and children and Mont Ilar- La Grippe coughs often continue for Melbourne, on Masnnio Notables. Ceo.F day last. These young ladle have made few 1 ml' vale sale the following described< heal ,

,Jensen; S. 8. Stanley, M.... Knighttwo months and sometimes lead to fetal' results Paddison on The Ladles, and Hev. F, many friends during their short stay I ev. J. A. Hughes will preach at the Estate, belonging to said Estate:
W. Weatherwax A cut In.a with us and we wish them apeedy return '
strange gar- Kockledge chapel' next Sunday morningat
children, Xeptdoe; Mr. and :after the patient supposed to have No, 1. Sold. 1
rot. Among the visiting guests were to Eau o alii II. 11 All Invited.Miss !.
L John Michael l and children, Fort passed the danger point. Foley's Honey Rev, J. B. hawk, Major Goo. r.ndlVljf( ; { a. m. are oufdlalty No. 2. All of SI of NEJ, Section 21,! {,

me i, Misses Florida. Amy, Trixy and and Tar affords positive protection and and S. II. Dove, Daytona; lI<>n. O. T. T. C. Burns has been ordered to West : Minnie Moremen, who has boon Township 2? South, Range 3)7) East, covered j ,
ria Kltchlng and Masters Cleveland security from these coughs. B. R. Wilson McCarty and wife Ankona Chan. Dolton Palm JDjaach by the management of the spending the holidays with friends here, with water, lying In said Kim: Oallle

Reginald Kitolilng, Sebastatn, K. D. <& Sun. and mother, Malabar; John; Wynn,. Fort F. E C. lUllvray. Mr. Hums will be left yesterday for her home at Lake River and Eau Gallie Buy, containing,

e, Jensen; Fred Fontane, and fly Pierce; W. F. Sample, Sebastian ; Mr. much missed In our church and society Howell. about :JIO scio, more or less
notions. We tolsh him success
jige, Alicia. Olney. and Mrs. Geo. }o'. 1>a dlaon, Mr. nod Miss in Ills field of labor. every The young people here' enjoyed au No. 8. Hold. ti

lie colored citizens of darktown: held McMillan, Miss Hopkins, W. 8. Holding, new oyster roust. at :Mr. Singleton's on Wednesday No. 4. That portion of S W&(, /ISeatloa
hristmas tree in the rookery building, Alex Near, Mr. ank Mrs. W. IT. Watts, Fred K.Colby and Mrs. Colby, of brand evening. This Is the first social 21, Township lIT South, Range 87 East,

lIday night. Elder Evans presided; Mr. and Mrs. F. Morgan visited' the Eau Gallia Kev. Weatherwax and fam- Rapids,-Mich., have purchased the property event of! the season. commencing at..n point 870 feet West from
,Maslener Emanuel eulogized; Bro. family of J. T. Padgett Wednesday.Joel ily and Mrs. C. II. Stewart furnished the formerly owned by tile C. L. Ives Northeast corner post on l. Section tine ? ''
Duderson acted the part of Santa music for the evening. The beautiful estate and are cosily_housed In KuGallie Mr. and Mrs A. N Clark, of PJalnville. as aforesaid and 00 feet South of sl\ld1o.c

na, and Sister TInkey Dallas distribute Knight, of Woodley, spent Christmas roses, ferns, etc., that decorated the din- for the winter Mr. Colby Is making Conn., arrived last Saturday, aud Section line for a starting point, thence
d presents, etc. Your humble with his father's family, at fort Ing tables were tho gifts of Mrs. W. '1'. many Improvements to his new prop are once more domiciled In their pretty run !South: 42 feet, thence Ksst 100 foot,

ipomlent did not stay long enough Drum. Wells from her own garden cottage on Indian lUver avenue thenoe South .JltJ: J feet, thence West to ll

:et all the names'of the visitors but Mr. and Mrs. George/ Drawdy, of Fort erty.The Alice, with Capt. E. W. Stlokuey J. C. Williams, of MoutcUIr, N. J.. Section' line, .thence North' OJfl: ft, thence

re was quite a crowd. Drum, spent Wednesday night at lIIra.MarylllcLaujtblln'a. Tot Causes<< Night Alarm. In command, carried S jolly party over to Is here on a.visit to his brother, II. 8. East feetVe.t 717 feet of,Southwest more or less corner, tea. of point 1X of .,
Williams. This Is tile first time Mr. pint
the Tuesday lout. The Misses
ocean on '
lie Saturday at the. new post office "One night ray brother's baby was Chllds iteach, Koolmler and Stlokney Williams has been here since 1883-need Snino, thence South ISO feet, thence I'1
Wing, night, drew together John Padgett, who has been at Fort taken with cr up," writes Mrs. J. fj.) Mrs. Canlleld, Mrs. Htlokney and Mr., less to say, he llnds many changes East 750 font to West lido of F. E. C.

largest crowd we have had In Stuart Pierce for several months,returned home Snider, of Crlttendeu, Ky., "It seemed It Clark 1 In,the !Dr. Ilazle wood Hallway ,1jtht.of.waYI; thenoo North on
wme time. The building was decor- on ,Monday. lie was accompanied by would strangle before we could get a were party. West side( of Y! E. C. Railway rightofway -
and James Clark/ formed the crew, and If Danner Salve doesn't cure piles
1 with palms,ooooanut leaves and the Sellers. doctor it Dr. Now your 00 feet thence East to point of be-
Oscar so we gave King's f
ably seconded the skipper In sailing. the will be returned It Is themost
s of all nations your money '
which had a pleasing Discovery, which gave quick relief and ginning, excepting railroad" right-of-way
'.t. Mr. Odo. Among the visitors at Olney, Christ craft. healing medicine. Wilson A Son i4
Stypman entertained permanently cured It. We always keepIt through' said land. Containing About 2IVacres
and famIly
crowd with a new talking: machine, mas, we noticed Hardy Johns Jesse Arnold in the house to protect our children Tho sailing ,yachts Alice and Lizzie Including tho County road. This
Johns .
bad a number of up to data records of Whittier; Riley Frank Cruse, from from croup and whooping cough. It carried a. large party of our guests over Notice/ For 1'nUllcntlon. tract tins a young grove: of 600 or 000 i ,
'lob were good. The "Donkey party"t Sab Fertlo.and cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble to the Ocean Boaoh on Saturday last. trees on It, and an artesian well, eta '

a large number In an uproar form Lake View. that no other remedy would relieve." Among tGo ladles on board were, Mrs. No. 0. Begin: at Southeast corner of
time; the balance of the evening Infallible for colds throat and Canlleld Mrs. Dr. Clark Mrs. Htlckney: THE CIRCUIT COtTRT. ftrviCNTH: JUDIOal "
coughs, IN Circuit of Florida In unit for Mnvanl lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison ,i
spent In disposing of Ice oream, cake The white man's burden Is usually Indigestion lung troubles. Mots and 91. Trial bottles Mrs. Coon Miss Hodgson, Miss Hoohsler, County. thence run South across Elbow
Hers and coffee. The net proceeds which means no appetite, Irritability free at B. R. Wilson fc. Son's. Miss'bticlrney, Miss Befale Hodgson/ -In Ch..acer- oreek to North boundary of land belong. 1

Junted to '21.93, which will pay off ,sleeplessness, weariness of body Miss Faith Coon, Mills l3eaolr Miss Nelda Mary A. Bandies.KiiC Ing to Wm. Treutler, thence East along
debt on the Sunday School and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptfolde Itoobsler Mrs. Clark Mrs. Colby Mrs. : |;.n. M, Hunoln. ..,... Is '
organ. -V H- Pill for' Partition! >4 Section line which the North boundary \ I l' tl q
I is a new and perfect curs. It aids Lotus. Alnesworth, and the Misses Chi d't of Wm. !M IHtllam, } of Wrn Truutler'.land North bank a 1

)U should know that Fol ley's Hooey digestion, tones and regulates the stom Clean, N. Y.; also Messrs. Colby ok. Frank M. WooMn. InJunatioa.-to. of Klbow creek, thenoe West along bank tk ?

1 Tar Is absolutely the best for. allKWOS ach.' B. R. Wilson; Son.Hardeeville.. and all ney, Hodgson/ James Clark, ltla}. Clark Thos.'J. Woolen e. MoNalr, .(,,si. j jABIilavIt of said oreek to point of beginning/ being

of the throat and luags. Dealers Christmas passed. quietly enjoyed aad others.W. baring been Died In this court I br IM In Section 21 Township 87 South, Range $
themselves.T. .
juthorlzedto guarantee it to give solicitor for complainant: that the defendants, 87 East. This land li covered 'with the s 1 L
"action. Paducah writes Walter 5. MoNalr and L ,. J. Vfoottm anaub waters of tho creek. '
B. R..Wilson As Son. G. Ronald Is spending the holidaysat L. Yancy, Ky., over Ui.sire of twenty on* years sad that
Goodall and Dayton "I bad a severe case of kidney disease, tb"y raids without the "tate of Vlurlila, and IsIwlfeved No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot 31, .,
"\ and three of the best pbystolansln southern to mid at Maimn la the States of Houston's addition to Eau Oallle, corner
Eden.. Albert Wilson Is still working atCocoa. O. F. Walker has the position of electrician Kentucky treated me without suc North Carolina, and there Is no fxmon within '
of Houston street and street through the'RoelOh
at the Hotel Indian River. this HU t ,..r toeuf.ul>|xana upon whom would
Mrs.' Jerome Feaster Is spending a few cess. I was Induced to try Immediate utnil the said d.f.nclmnU( addition, fronting IQIi feet on '
at her father' Mr. and Mrs. Field have returned from Cure. The first bottle gave Theaearetherefore omnvanrl outh.aid Houston street i
a.E. Andrews was a pleasant visitor days Indianola. where they spent Xmas. with relief'and three bottles cured me pprman-' Walter .a. McNalr and Thomas J. WixitflO, to sp chain
Wan on Sunday. J. F. Sawtelle I II still in Polk county In relatives ently. I gladly. recommend this wonder.tut pear al the Clark's UlHo of tbts Court, on the No. 7. Commence about D 89
mart MONDAY' IN reiiatrAnv A. i> lain, links West from Northeast corner of
''M the business. Take substitute. II. It. ,
orange remedy. no
Florence Robinson went to Palm J. N. Chalker has bought a mule and Section :20, on Section line between Sections I'I'l l
bCh for a visit of a the first The oft returning cold waves have 10 work Wilson &. Son. and answer aid bill In due course, otberwlM 17 and 20( run WelltOcbalns13\1oka\ ,
day or two wagon and Is doing good for the the nine will lie taken us eN.nl.".<.J attilnut von.It ,
W.ek. far left the oranges unharmed. neighbors.The I.tllraoted. that this' order'be publinhwl I$ in thence South 10 chain 64 links, thence ,
holi the KAWT COAST' ADVUCATU cmoe a week! for South 00 degrees 80 seconds,East 3 ermine
"r. Holmes came down 'on Monday R. N. Simmons Is spending his lumber I.I on the ground for a new. Georgiana. four oimaeautlr* weeks or to days, that a copy to Kau Gains River thence follow the ,4
Ing' train to visit William. Rich- dayawith friends I In Tltusvllle. store and Mr. Walker I. rushingtblugi b* posted at the Court'Ifonee d'Mir, and a oup* lover
S who Is be mailed to the defendant at Maxton NutS ol shore of lau!: Oallle In an Easterly
very seriously 111., Hiss Ruby Simmons Is very happy over to get It up. Charles Warning from Jupiter North Carolina within twenty. days from UM direction to a pointdu South from place ,.

[lie yacht Irene U anchored off this her Christmas present of a new organ. I The vegetables that went through the spending Christmas with friends, last date Done hereof.and ordered.at the Clark's Office at TltaariMeiriurlda of beginning, thence north to point of '

M. and is being fitted up most luxni7 J. R. Anthony and on, Emlle, cold are growingrapidly.. A few beansare week. till {Holiday of Uooeinber" A. beginning, containing 0 acres, more or 1 '
1' for her Capt. U' "*" less and known KItchell l ,
cruise around !the penln- their being shipped.The as the place.No. t
at their cottage, near grove Is A.A. BTIWART.Soal .
are Mr. Brown front Plant. City visitingat ; '
8. NE# of Section 28 Township +
i Clerk CliruK flonrt.tjloew ,
west of the station. Wilkinson brothers attended a home of, and Mrs.A.A. [ 1 ,
the hospitable Mr ,
1'1. J. By O.A,HTK V7AKT. I>. 0. 27 South, Range 87 East, containing 190 r
f IJachus
with her friend, lire- dance at Bovine on Friday evening, and Baldwin. !
lost railroad r
ton, drove from Jensen to Ankona and a pleasant time. sores, right-of-way.
hands cracked lips any report
afternoon last week oallu'8 on friends Chapped cured quickly by Mrs. Ida Nelson and adopted daughter, Notice for 1'uhllcatloii. No. 0. NW>( of Section 28, Township
,
neighbors. roughness. of the skin ointment Work on oranges have ceased until the Miss Cola, from Miami are visiting Mr. 27 South Range 37 East, containing100 1
Banner worlds tho most healing northern markets are cleaned up when and Mrs. O. N. Page this week. less railroad rightofway.No. .
Get Sunday the Sun- the B. It. Wilson &; :Son.: looked for. CIRCUIT : UfO FOIl KRBV screw
Congregational In better prices are
.
' School Waldo Clement and family arrived here IK urd County.nuridwr 10. 4J fIO.l00 acres, 1 less railroad
delighted I remembered their the children, Mrs. H. E. Williams received! a telegram last week, much to the) delight of their In Cbanoery.Edward rlfrbt-of'way.' being part of Lot 1 and of ;u.. 4

?? of cards boxes hearts by the' di.trl- Curd of Thanks.FORT a few nights ago that her brother many friends, who extend to them a : vsWilliam Bsngti NKUcf. NWJ4, ('Sections, Township I}
of .
I' "affsofpopKSorn candy, oranges was dying, but nothing: has been heard hearty welcome.A T. Arra.J) South. Range 37 East, known as J. L. ,,
Ight and the children PIERCE, FLA., Jan. 11002. since. It.,,|>earinaby; tbe III of Complaint exhibited Stewart place.N '
1 it was almost as nice as a tree. : L. Brnner and wife and daughter ,,",Bliwlln said oauae, and Hie a I rs. Hoke's East Coast Advofatti spent several days last week with Uncle the amaplalo.nthat the r dnren....., William t 11. Lots 17 and IS, block 4, Townof
music class gave: recital E Saturday "teruoon. The children the ooJu mnaof tbeADVOCATB 91OO leeward $1OO. and Auntie Hughes and the Misses Nellie and resides., to-wlti In I'aranoiill. A'k",...*.
'mllde Through who have kindly readers of this will be \ Brnner and Winnie Dlxoti. Now you tb..al.1 WlllUiu T. Avers be mad No. 13. Lot 1, block, Town of KaaOallU. ,
; remarkable progress during thank those The paper pleased In 1
wish to Tltueville
but 1 appeariMtorethe JadfnolonrOrart' Quit claim. deed for thin only- .
year, and the program was. very assisted me In my late misfortune aDd to learn that there Is ab least one Miss. Nettle IIiscook received m telegram ,VlorliU, upon the held under Tax Title n .I
[resting and well rendered, and re- toss, caused by the burning of the Bevlll dreaded disease that science has been Friday announcing the sal! news evil DAY or JANUARY A. U. IM,
U..great credit on their talented boarding to assure them that able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is of tbe death of tier little sister Ruby to answer aUi nil) of oomrJatnt. or a leone For prices and terms address, '
\ their much. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the death nafeaMo will be : "" amioomplalnunt
kindness very Catarrh. only aged ten years. The first !In tbe u u you r
A
appreciate V. MORGAN and W. II. JONES,
allowed to
will
Miw. AMY A.. IIABT.OUl positive cure known to the medical frivteroity. family of nine children. '!he sympathyof with bin' alii oau a.It jirwoeed ea-pairM
A Deep Mystery. Catarrh being a constitutional! the whole community go out to the U fnrther ordered that this. notice tie pnhllnhetl As Administrators of the Estate; of Wm
I disease, requires) a constitutional treatment bereaved family: in this their first great la th. K4er: Coairr. ADVOCATK. S new, Treutler deceased
a Experience, pub!!.."... la anM. count;ones a week forfoare.ma.wtvs ,
L ache mystery why women endure Soldier's lull's Catarrh Core Is taken internally sorrow They lived among us for a number paper weeke.WltnastheHonorable. it

headache, nervousness, sleep- civil war veteran, of acting directly upon thft blood of yours, and have many friends in l )If"nr".r fMlt, Juitn. Tftusvllle( Florida
*' roeancholy| fainting and dizzy M, M Austin Ind.a writes: "1fy wife was and m neons surfaces of the system thereby this "leloH,. of said nears.,and the eeal of said roam, at the.
-he.n thousands have proved that Winchester, dootor'1 destroying the foundation of the disease (:.Mart Ifouiw. In Tltiuvllle,tbu 15th day of N..-
Bitters' .ick a lnlt tlnl8' In splto of gOod vomber, A. WM' a-3rical.: ids M4 x1<.
blo will such and givingthe patient strength
quickly cure enred by by tisat A.A..TEWART.'
"' but was wholly f She IMd'ut Wear A Mask, [ I IecutlsrAlVwueyel
[ uffred for years with kldS1" treatment which worwondera building up the constitution and assisting ;. Clerk of the Clroull .:onrt.By GREAT DISCOVERY.
,'' writes Mrs Phebe Cherley ICIng' New Life l'Ills, always nature In doing Its work. The- proprietoR Bat her beauty was. completely, hidden O. A.utewart. IMputy CIe,1t. .
Ia "and a lame back pal ned: for LeI' health.2ctLab B. ..,. have so much faith In Its ouro- by sores, blotches and pimples till she r. J, WEBB AollBlKir! for Cvu'l/lelnan'/ CxnIblM In firmon"of Judea Cbil"'tl',Fr.>*-
o I bo Criminal Court o( Uw
Rit eould not dress myself, but Elec- do. Try them. Only store. Uve'-po"en, that they offer One Hundred used Bocklen's Arnica HjJv. Then they ..t(-"untr.. ria,. and jMksonTllI,. rla. lee '*
tiers wholly cued ae, and al-.1Ifbh7'J Wilson A Son's drug Dollars for any case that It falls to core. vanished as will allernptlonn, fever sores Remember that the EAST COAST letters at n.tln..of. the Cum of UooinimptUin .. ,.

l'' years 1.1, I now am able to do the favor If our Send for hat of testimonial. Address. boils, alters, carbuncle and felons from ADVOCATe) does all kinds of job printingat mutt. prcon.II..I"-t".:."'..... AsthmaSte.,. of thai,.fr..gonad m ">*n. |atev iH\\t\.

'u oousework.' It overcomes oonj maWe would esteem calling upon F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O.EySold its use. I aYslliblv for cuts,corns,burns, short notjce. Send them an order both ran, ...nte.l. .1 l pacaagO< !i trial, .
1: thm Rppetlte j gins per- readers when writing &or merchandll ; by Druggists, 75 cen..... Hall's scalds and piles. Cure /guaranteed. 25clsM : and be convinced that It Is the.plane to ,a'f.au.> aft..a... Address, ;

's drug Only..tore.I Octll at B. K. Wilson our etc.,ad would; mention the ADVOCAT }'am1l71'11la are the best. .. B. It. Wilson fc: Son's. have job printing done. WIUUs B. TOUWCl..1ACK.tOlIfYlLU"J'L4. I I 1


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I\ billty. of a road. First, If water stand

.t d. on It; second. If the road Is not so constructed The Seaboard Air Line Railwacapital

: as to prevent water from per-

t meeting It; third if the roadbed on
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rM Mw which the metal rest becomes soaked '
a with water; fourth It the meta( I 110 not VES1J1JULEO

\ firmly. bound together by. first compacting CIty Route-

"w UOranges and then cementing; fifth. If S I I I I1E0The
the metal Is too soft to stand wear. Shortest' Route.

To prevent standing water the road rii : "
I should be well crowned. If water call a. TRAINS

1f permeate tbe metal of a road, especially The Best Lln
I DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
f | In freezing weather. It soon dlolnteirrates .

/ It and cause nits. The metal r t Double Daily Senrlce Including Sundays to .

f 1, should be compacted. and cemented by i SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES' RICUMO DWASIJING'l'ON.
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having heavy rollers run over It, wetting .carQ1kti:4
BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK:
thoroughly and rolling and theu ,
require 8 to 1 10 per cent of I wetting again and rolling with fine WITH THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.

j rock scattered over the roadbed. This Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service JaokaouvlfetoNew Orlet
Actual
Potash. I cements the entire mass. It the dirtI For further Information write.. .. ,

The value of Potash for I tountJotlo'on which the metal rests A. O. MACDONELL, A. t. Den. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florid
orangesis becomes filled
with water It settles
soon
j, M. BARK; K. E. L. BUNCH
established fact. We have and this causes. tbe metal to break. L V. !'. 4k G. M.. Oen. Pass. Agt.

sortie interesting pamphlets( on When It freezes enough to freeze : ..POR'S1dOUTU.. VA.

'.J p! orange growing which we send through tbe metal the soil underneath

free to all applicants. expnndt, and thin expansion: soon)

f GERMAN KALI WORKS breaks the metal and destroys the Dixie FlyeivRoute ., .
93 Nuuu St., N.w York. road. It Is necessary therefore to .

I'I' well drain any place? In the road which Tri-Wcckly Sailings Doubie'daily train, with PCi: LMAITS FINEST: VESTIBULED BUFFET CAIU

are liable to be wet. For this tile -4'hroujtb without cban..reJACSSONVILLE --

I Free and drains are put down at the Bide of the FLOBIDA TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOUIS.

Accented Masons road three feet deep. Proper crown.thorou&b BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling -Close connection made In Union Depots for-

\ cementing and compactingand Chicago, Louisville Cincinnati, Memphis and all point West and Northwest
dralnnge of the foundation roadbed at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .
-i i i Be sure that your ticket reads, via .
are the essentials/ of model road- WESTERN A ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA
: i The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe
Indian No. COTlUisrllle building, and these are essentials In Steamships i A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.For .

the constructing of the Fayette county Information relative to rates schedules etc., write to...

River ,I roads, Clyde New England and Southern Lines. T. M. DOYLE, Fla. P.... Agt.Jacksonville Fla.
.. Special Agent' Joseph A. Holmes of Direct bervloe Between C. E. BARMAN, Oen. Pa. s. Agt. H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manage
Lod e. Florida. the national department of Atlanta, Ga. Nabvllle, Tenn.
H ld.. II. raMting tbe aeoonil and fourth rrl agriculture Boston and all Eastern Points
lit each month' at the IBM Armory, TiC...- visited Lexington: for the sole purpose Jacksonville Providence
tllfe:: at 7:96: 'l I..-;p. m. these roads .
Inspecting and
1.It. W lk..r, Worshipful Muter. 4eclU'4dtlult (Calling at Charleston, S. O., both ways)
J. L.Carrutbcra. Sonlor Warden. tbe material and construction

J.Ti H.ft.:IMitF. Aar.d:,ra fFreesur.r.Junior Warden. were equal to any.In the world. Southbound! .................... ..SEMI-WEEKLY..,........:.. .....BAILINGS.....l .-..from Lewis Wharf Boston pLANT gYSTEM.
A, Mornpui _....tal')'. Northbound........................... .. .............from foot of Catherine street Jwiksonvule

I J.J.:A.B.:Hor.r.0 niili.{ .,Senior:: ;'.'IMaoon.B. ..... Tax i"o1. a_... ,

7 ,I. .K. Hums,}r. Junior DeaooB.r Tbe beat method yet devised for Ie.,.. Clyde St. Johns Biv.er Line.

I. a I i !I... r.Vanland.njhall M. Tajrlor,Junior Steward.!! 8nior Steward. tag tares jupon city property for the (DeR.ry Line Th'e Great Through'Car'Line I front,Florida.-Connections:
; :::. P. W. Ibibmrts, Tyler purpose of building country roads H by
.. I ___..._.___. the ,medium of a state taaf. This Is I BETWEEN JAOKSONVILLB: AND SA' FORD. TrttllP ill U1C Pact t via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston; Richmond
: 'levied city and ,. Stopping at Palatka,Astor, St. I'ra cl..1Je..ro...(rJelAml), Blue Springs and intermediate. landSTEAMER and vVaahlngton. The. Southern Railway, i via Savannah, Columbl
upon country property Legs OD.b.SI.Job..IU.,.,. and Washington.
ROADS OF KENTUCKY Alike., upon all classes of people so that of Jncksonvllle."
I "City The Southern R'y via Jesupi Atlanta and Chattadoo o. The LA
every locality, every taxpayer., contributes CAPT. W..4.SHAW. To the West .
via : The Nouthern via Savannah
,. proportionately t according to Nt Montgomery R'y Columbl
f OLD 'TURNPIKES TO BE SUPERSEDED: 18 APPOISTWrTOSAIL AM' FOLLOWS and AshevHle. The M A 0 R'y.ts'Montgontery.TD .
the, amount of ,property owned the Lea.,.aokBonvlll..dO p.m.,8and ysTu.M).y.and ThnrAdayi. "
BY MODEL HIGHWAYS. wealthy property ,.owners vontrlbufiinf LcM.re8matonl Y:90 a. n-iMiuHUTH. W ,, the Sotttbbouod, Read down 80 HJiDu: 1..1I:. up.Leave Philadelphia- and Boston1, Savannah': and Merchants.* Mine
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targes .
amount* -Otto Dorn r..I . ...... ....... .
'J If)pm. .. Jaotaonrlila.. Arrlr. 9paam. :' '
>........ .. R.e....rn.tl.. of Sao .. I 16 pm .......1' Lea". 1(1101( >111. Transportation Cropanylol' Baltimore ,
Mtny a bright and happy household,has ,. .. a::00..m....... .....Antor ...... ... ...... .. 8:80 pm. To Key West n L/rates.. P1\edrr.amt. t4 C..ld.' .:aO m.\.wflt. Fnuiol. ......... ." tiH: > pm. To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince-Edwards" Island, via Boston and Canada
erg I.' ... ...........,,;. .( some been thrown Into sadness and sorrow because .. .w.........B rw>forICl.L.nil). .... .oon'a, and for Halifax and Charlotteitown.
Atlantic Plant flue
A I. of the death of a loved one from a I> SMam..................BIuaBrlng| .,....... 11:00: am. Steamship ,Bawkeabury
1 j R.iaw.ys.l neglected cold. Ballard's Horehound Arrtrc.aoam .........&Word............. 980: am.

: The llmeitooe turnpikes of central Syrup Is the treat cure for coughs colds Qen'l Passenger and Ticket Office,204 vi. Bay St.,Jacksonville. "" ..........&;U 9.0 X : 'X'5t! .".X"X z.j Swill
and all ailments.
Price 25:
Yr i moWtlian pulmonary
KrotHCky have been fatuous for
> t and Wilson A Son. be on ale throughout tie Ifortbern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
COots. li. K. A. C.HAOEKTT. Ewfn Paee. Agt. r.kKONMOPTOBR,JR., Fla. Pas*.Aict.,
half A century and now Fijctte la SUM 5.., 1'11.w York I s M West Bay St...JacluonvUls..... all FLORIDA :RESORTS, via the Plant System,during tbe season of 1901.1002,11
county Is tbe drat of localities In tbe THOS. D.HALEY Local, J're'lfbtAg"n'' I O. LOVBI.L, lted to return until May 31 it, with liberal stopover prlvlledges In Florida.
.HI Tfcr. coos .... Hug.nSt.JPaokaonvllle.
a > p. foot I "" any' .JaoksonvtlleTla.: I Foot V1&-. .
west to take the mol l roads -
Treat up A certain business man noted for his JOtllT.L. HOWARD.Haperlntendant, Foot Bonn St.. !ac".n- ti1.rIL----; Addresses of parties In tile north sent to the undersigned will be liberally lup-
v system on anything more than AD experimental : TIIXO. O. KOKH, General Mit.tr. WM. P OLYba <* CO.,UonorU Aftntu.CbMMbrougli plied with Information and handsome advertising matter.
basis, says tbe Loularllle grasping methods came into his office : JluUlllng.11I8law St.,Oppo.lt. Batte..l'arll, New York. For Information as to rates, sleeping oar reservation, 'eta, call on or write to
one day and told his that be
Courier-Journal. Thirteen great turn partner C. H. WALTON. Agent Tltusvlllo, Fla.

pikes radiate from Lexington like the was very happy because be had done I?. M. Jolly, Division Paa en/Otel'Ageot./

(h spokes front a wheel, and for two three good deeds" that morning. '"In 138 West Hay St.: Astor Block, J89ksoDvJllel'1a.,

mllua on each one of them commencing I the Unit who place he weeping sold. "I met a poor B., W. Vvr6nn > Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
woman was because Florida
bitterly

at the limits the fluent East Coast
city court i Ry.
she had lost the $4 with which W. B. DENHAM, GeneralSIJpt'rlotendent.; Savannah, Ga.
a baa ordered to be constructed a tarn .
she had Intended to pay for the bap
pike on the model road system. This
a means twent,-... miles dollar! bill telling her to bare the child I .
and It Is more than probable that
before tbe contract for thin length of baptized and give' me tile change as I ___SOUTH: IIO tRead Down) (Read Up) NORTH BOtnf>>.

I load completed oilier for came from my club. Charity was one lu.U! "'u.lUi ...<16 ".8 !'!o.B.. o.u br
contracts good deed. Saving the child's soul was 1p4 Deny Dally Dally 8TATION3. Dally: Dally n.Uy: .......
additional road construction( on this > 91.8 $outbtrnRailway

principle will\ be let. As tliere are 400 the second. e! fA :::-:: BOOp 1000 : CV..,..,..JaokimnvlU* .. .. .... .Ar 700p Tii'i! ::::::
"And what was the third;" asked / l p .. lJIjp lUUKa ........B.. onvUle..L.r Olllp; 8620. ...... t'j h
miles/ of turnpike lu Fnyctte county the partner. A ., ...... Olbp 11 Ira .a. ........ So..Anll'l1atln..... .... 66op 71Oa...... 0
'd j Ikl .. .. 1147 ..... .. Z 0 4
the complete reconstruction/ would 6.flp Hiwttnir. ..... ... 6Up 1111a......
(lie Investment of In "Oh. the third was that I got six good e Eof ....:. 70 p : uep187p .. .......:.Kant Palatka......... M lop 7We. W'
mean 000.000 .. ... 1SCpl 12 H.I. .. .. ... I
dollars Neon 'IIIl'
for goods "" t':2I'z1
: new pikes for the county.It my green! tell 4 .. : t4pUlIJp"; : ."......."....Bunneils..:......... 41J7p Q18a.Q -d !:
Pot ..... r6..uesp"/ l ............ ..,. .. ..... 4u..p. 6117.. ...... .....
is expected: that by the tall of 1002 -- -- 0 tt.I ... 1921lp l16p! ." ............Urinond....... ..... ". I blla ...... ooJ 0
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the twenty-six miles of model road oct ,,. .. Y bop ........ : De: ..... ..... Slop : .. .. tOIJ :" .....
contracted for will be a.'I' 14.p ..........Port Oranre ...... ... 11 Up ..... t4"
completed. The Stop the e'O. 6lpi.!:) coupo7p .........1h'.lmrr.: : .. ..... 9611r liMP.bI.... ;:
fiscal court !la then expected to lome an t= tOUai Leap ".. ...........Oak: HillTitoarlll............. 211Up Soap 0.-0
order fur additional two mil. o 1Iitot 8- .. .... 8 Ybp .. ..... ..... ....... ..... l fie p.620a..16bp ....,
i an on ..,q H .. .. .. .... 84JI[> ..'...; .....Ooooa .... 11111> .. JIII.!
each of the pike until all ere reconstructed 3 I,4Ii1i .... ... .. ... ltolp ". ......it.. Jnnetloa:... ". Illlp. ..... Oj........ C DIRECT; L.IINEI-QUIGK TIMS TO
''I the entire Irnftn. rt fid 0 ...... .. .... 1 Iep.. .....i....gauueiae: ? ......... 1201<1)), ...... 0.
throughout alightJ ... .. .. i ......... Mnlboarna..........." IVb7p .. .. ,la.m x
I The D\ldell'Olui when, completed la as .W ..: .. ...... bttbp'< .. ...........ttabanttan.. .......... Ull' a .:.......... C._... tI Washhtp cn. Bat1li.ort. Pblladtlphta
smooth as a' billiard' tuble. UeU- water S j ... ... ...... 'Blip '_....... St. Liaoi............" II .... ..... : new YorI, 01C.1"; eIld..1I.tOIIS.'lt. .
ha ,.. ... ...... AUApABttp ..........'earl Pierre.......... 11 ..... ...... tg- -
like a duck's buck and It Is assorted. Is 5 .. ... .... 6 rip ... ........Tlbbals.. ......... 10 ha.... ... ..... tQ.0... ,.11.1.1.. ? Blnlttb'! ,
more durable tbAS the rpalJllI :OIl mac is in sad thing to see fine iE ... ... ...... I..p ".. .............&Iau.............. .. ......... M.... Eba..noe. t1 nttupMs $,. Loins. Kansas Ih.
... ... .. .... ............. '." H.u............. \ .. ... ...... trl:: tf: ,
damlzed pike, where the cracked rock fruit trees the .. ... ...... 4Up71P .............Stoart............. tu.... .:.... ...... p.'d
spoiled by blight.
Is simply thrown the roadbed fO: **4sl Z ... ... ...... ..........Hoba rioimd....,_... B ....'. ... .. .o.o.. (y AND ALL pO.NTS'BAST AND \VS2UtT."
upon ... ... ...... rtftp .........Wet ... .. ..... ...... M -
and allowed to adju t Itself to condition. You can always tell them from .j ... ... ...... T&Tp .......WMtPalm. BMoh...,... ..... ...... DBI1VICD
As preparation to reconstruct- ...... ...... Slip ".. .... ......Bojrnton. ......,.,.,. ..... ...... t; CJ MO OTHER L.INH APPOORO .....cB lUS
...... .. .. IBIIp / .... ....... !4'a... ......
lug nn old turnpike A fifteen ton spiked the rest. They never do well w ...... ..... 'I&\> .......... '4viu'rda. .. .. .. 9 / .... ...... tId THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESSAND
roller I Is run over the old road to tear 2 .. ... .... .' 167p to .,.....1.l..monClty.......... .. .. ...... ;
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afterwards but stay small anti ... WORP .. : Mi.ml..L. 11 .. ... .. PAST MAILTo
rap the metalas, the rock Is called of THE U. 8. .

:Which the.pike Is constructed. Tbl Is sickly.It Uuff t"arto. Cur. uu I'raiut OS and 78."J *H.' B..i:' and -No......
followed by a halt ton harrow which 0. .. ,.o, No.IS 0. 0.

complete. the work. A modern grader is worse to' see a blight 0.l7 mod OvaDaaly Dnauyn MAYPOBT BRANCH. I DailyT4Sa. DelI7 Suns THE CIN:INNIATI &, FLORIDA LIMITED

then shape the metal so that the road *>p mt"I13P8iiii.. L.T.. .......... ...r ; : 548| 12W...... Ndrtli.W.Mft:::
'will have the "crown" for shed strike children. Good healthis OIIp ten OKtM 811$. ...................Jaek..n.m.............. 787.7oe.. slop 1U/p: : ..... To h. Wart and
proper ) | lu.. ............. .Pablo Brash................ / > 5 06p It 50.* .....
ding water. New cracked rock Is add. 11Y..llfl"j"UJ. 'BIB. .." ......... ..Atlantic Beacb.. ....... ...... .. retie/ lOOp 1145........ The line through "The Land of the Sky'," A."W.. Hot
ed and the entire mass rolled until It Is the natural right of children. seta', Ap .. .. ... ......Mi.Tm>r ..... .. ..... Lv0.ba6.1160.-- ...... Springs N. C. Finest' Summer Report Section I In the

apparently solid. Then It U watered .'. A.UtVl .OIU..V u 1. ..& [ 't N<;:. ''' .- a6 World. Through Sleeping Cars from JacksonvllU-to
But of them don't b.
some get I | tly Daily [ly Daily Dully DantIbelly pe_ al
and screenings or the small cracked t.u.O.I."u..I.' Falatka..lyr,4 \ \ Ashevllle and Hot North Carolina.
; 4811. 11 Ip If. ew.a CvTT .. ; 7BSaf IV T"00p m' P Springs
their rights. While the rest 1LIip Ie6Up 1I11o'1A.1I' __Ar.,.KMt 1 Ions/ 181KS. loon' SOUP 7 '>p

Yt' i BAN-:MATEO: ...... ... ClNke of Roatt* co Faa-Amtrkaa exp ltlaa,. Baffiio, D. Y.

1@h I grow big and strong one stays ..UyNo L.......... .. ........... ...... .,Ca>t ...1.BBANOH.StOa ..........:...... ...... ....... Ar,, .u.\\ Through\ Veatibuled Trains, Pullman Drawfajg_' Sle.yl j Cars
i Jcr small and weak.Scott's HS? bah Ar ..... .. ... ... ... .. .. .. ...,ttnn M.tmt......... .... .. .......... .. ....l
ou:1 OBANOK O1TT I Dally pail"} BANFORD BRANCH. Daily NoU DUNIISO CAR atU ,VICt3.
Emulsion can: stop BBA-NOS. ...tI.. BxSu: Fawn: !

lop L.,... .,..N.w ".'roes.. .. "..41'e.op 77116. .........,.ufltiiitTlU..............Ar TiSip107V Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated la Comnectlon
I that blight. There is no -s 2J. .. .......Lake Hal..n..LY SNIP This/ .......,....... Ulnia...............L. << with the :Plant System from Jacksonville.Ahfe .
.1IIIp .or.nlJ.'JU".. / ..... .....0.1_. 5J.
reason why suet! a child: should 4 Up.rtDcet.1'lol0..:.. sUp Sale ::............cerp..._............ ".. ..ii III''. for Tickets via SovthenwRailway.. Correspondence Solicited.
JUlia Ar............. Hanforct.. OUa
stay small. Scott's Emulsionis H. r. OAR, riorida PaM>.. (Aee!.lea. West Bey. ....I.AOIt.OIlYILIJ.I'LA.
Th..'1"\....Tablit. hoir th. times at whtoh train may be xueobHl to arrlT and depart
medicine with lots of from the MTar.l.l ( thMr arrival or d..p..r.. ..... al the time .......t Is not iruarant.a .. K. HARDWICK.. O.s* '....At.. W.R.TAIL 8. P..... At-
a <.. nor dora the Humey 1 01<1 Itwilt rMpoiulbla for .any 4alay or any ........ ......- arising WliUlNUTOM.B. (J. Lust.Oss.

its"i strength in i it-the kind of thervfrom.PENINSULAR. July I, 191>>1.
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AND OCCIDENTAL
strength that makes things
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. -

grow. -r
I BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Scott's Emulsion makes
r-_Miami'Mon,biy. and Krtdaya.. .. .10 OIIp", Lee,.Havana. WMlii, and Satnrdaya.00 am
children makes them cat Arrive. K.r Wmt Turn..nil aatnrtlaya I U\J\ pin Arrive Key West. W.,l. and Hat....... 0on pin MALLORY LINES.Through .
A UODCIi: RtOHWAT.rock grow t>.._ Key W.it Tun. and $U d"7" 7 3.pm LII.... Key: Weep TUn and. bun.... .. Wpm
dust Is spread over the road and a makes them sleep, makes them Arrive .......an... Weda.awLManuay.,68uaru: Arrive Miami Wrtd.ty.aadMondays: .. 600 am
second" roIHnu Riven until the bib For oopr of local time card address any Agent
machine
makes no Impression on the play. Give the weak child a f. D. RAHNER. A.d. CUn. Pa... Ag.nt. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA 1t ', NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA tickets, to HEW: HAVE,

roadbed. lu tUU way the soft limestone chance. Scott's Emulsion will NEW LOSDOX, STONUTOTOX FROVIDESCII:
rock la welded or cemvnted Into \ TALL RIVKR. BOSTON; and all Northern Polnu.
THE WALTON
RAPID
make it catch CALKING MACHINE
a soldi muss and a road equal to a rt j up AT LOWER RATES THAN VIA AJTT' OTHER U>fc
dark driveway iron ted. 4 with the rest. ,

tails Of course connected there with are a number of da- o This picture repreacnts Patented In the v United, States, Great Britain and Canada Three Steamer. Trnlns every Thursday, Leaving Jacksonville as follows:

road couutructiun the Trade Mark of Scott's Via the 'es 1..1.. ...,,,," .... .. .. ....10 io a. m (Metropolitan Urn-lted)
which mid difficulties! to what appears. Emulsion and Is on the PRICE, $1.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should be used tj very Boat Builder In the U. s. Via tU."Hunt. l'I11Item.;.... .... ... .:111: p. mi!
to IKS a Via "HOBboarU Air Un,".... ....... .
very simple modo of hulldlnir. T:40p. m.(Fa t Mall)
/ of
wrapper every bottle. In Use of the Boat in
and to avoid 1 these various artttlces are by some Principal BuIlders, the United States. Baggage checked through to desu nation.

reported to. to di cu...lng the question M ;::! Send for bee lample. For Sale by- .

l'rof".IIClr M. A. Scovell director '. SCOTT & DOWN Jas. Pritchard & Son. '. For rates, descriptive and illustrated matter schedules. reservations, tlcke

mental Nta tI.'n. vnM: 'I-I _. A. w. PYE. Agent. Vo: W.Bay Bt.Jaetaouvnle.
"A SOC and ft. all druggists. SEE TIlE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT .1.8. __"IMOND. Amt Brnaswck Aa.
niunlur ; BOAT BUILDERS.
cf :
thing
.Affect: the dura- C.B.IIAIXOHY eo.,Geral.I.pDte.16. Burling Slip,and 181I Broadway,N.Y.k .


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L EAST COAST ADVOCATED JANUARY 3, ID02. 7 r

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TITUSVILLE. .
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.' thin, one end of the. rug going out or ROC1LEDGE. ,,

Z7IA1 7" :EI'V'ee: : :: ::: : :: : Out of Marvelous the carriage: window, and the other nvnmlnlnfr
: SO'IeJr: : :.... Falls In the hands of Mrs. Laarl.

ON-TIiE-IF DIAN-RI VER. I And Leaps The child hat so to speak, rolled

.1+ TITUSVILLE, ExpressTrains Result la No down now, the the well rug tr known the track.actor' still The keeps baby Hotel Indian River, ROCKLEDGE FLA. :

I Serious tbe many accounts that appeared In :
FLORIDA. I AND COTTAGES, NOW OPEX.
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Injury the newspaper! cf that day-CharleaReade
\ wrote one of them- -and when JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND TUB WINTER.
t In the whole range of the record of bis father wits dying a year or two agohe THE HOME OF THE ORANGE. 1

i J. O. BAST, Proprietor mlnu'iiliiiis I'xoupe from death thereare said! "Heuierxiber the mercy of Gal LARGEST AND :BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS '
nuno w hu-h have more of excitement .
to oar bnby. Tbe old) clown remembered FOR GOO GUESTS.
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long suspended In connection after long years whose- hand BEAUTIFULLY I
with them tlinn those which deal with had Intervened. REDECORATED INSIDE.
1< DUCK,SHOOTING 25 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS
falla Iud l harps from express trains
I Leaps from trains on the part of
d 1 d I I t. rushing along at hitch; rates of speed. criminals la custody have been far ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR, STEAM HEAT, LAUNCHES: ,

.. r.rw and FISIlI G. Scarcely n neck passes without there from uncommon ORCHESTRA, EXCELLENT! BOATING, FISHING and HUNTING '

being reported one cc two cases of this There In at least one such case where A. L. MARSH, Proprietor and Manager. 1

"' ?-w Rates: $2.50 per day. sort, surrounded by temporarily bar- the prisoner t'"apet-tbat where a ______._ _._____- .__ .----. _____ vEAU ::
rowingscenea( and recently one of man named Jennings actually leaped GALLIE.

$10 and $12 per week. them occurred In the very heart fLondon. from a train that was going at a rate .
A young mother on the underground of sixty: miles an hour. -

railway was holding up her Police and railway otflclala went back EAU GALL1E FLA.
,
Indian
River Inn
JAC1(3SgNVILLE.t( baby near the window when by some .!o the spot, after stopping the train a House Overlooks the Indian River.
,
chance the child escaped from her few miles beyond by means of the
Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River and the St.
burled the picturesque upper
grasp and was through guard communicator expecting to find
John" noted for Black Buss, eio. Open all the your. Rates f.OOHIrday. : )
black void, as novelists call It. In the the mangled remains of the man; but Hpoclnl rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with
)1DTAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tunnel and the shriek of agony which though tbe country was a remote and Flab at all times, O'stersand, Uame In season.
tbe mother gave was accentuated by open, one, they found DO trace whatever 1', A. MCMILLAN, Proprietor
the fact that at that Instant another of the fugitive except n few spots --.
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H.'i'' train Bashed past on the very 11 qe of of' blood on tbe.verdure of IIn embankment -

Opposite post moe. .Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired. and re mils upon Which the child had presumably and the railway officials still Hotel EAU OALI.1E, FLA. 1
fallen. cite this case as one of the most marvelous Granada
novated. Newlyturnbehedthroughout. Liberally conducted station record. On Indian River.
The next station was Temple on ,

Rates $2.60 per day. and, up. 1 which :was reached In a minute The Hotel Granada located at Eau Oallle, Fin, 11)3\ : miles south of Jacksonville
\ or two. and here a frantic and Incoherent The fragile babe and the growing child on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating hunting and
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. mother Implored a great throng strengthened by W rite's Cream Ver- fishing. Matchless. climate Launch for tbe use of guests. A Hrst-class homelike
of bust, passengers of all aorta and mifuge. It destroys worms. gets digestion hotel Rates $:J.IIO to .::1.00) per: day. /Special rates by month or season
.. conditions to "nave her baby." .at work, and III u rebuilds the body Open all the year. Address W.EASON BROS., Eau OalUe.Fta.Il .

KfflORELAND HOTEL West ts. Cue of"tlie+ railway officials graspedthe Price 23ois. 1). II. Wilson Jk Son. __- _______ -_._ .___..__ __ .._ _. ..---- -I:: j

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. situationIn a moment and rushed Imprcialv Condemnation. 4 F
Into the tunnel, where the moaning I
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and "' Speaking with. farmer about one of
opened sbrlekIt) woman tried to follow him.
his neighbors, I said "So-and-so Is a
this season. Fine cooking/ and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water Presently the, official reappeared out good man." lie looked at me steadily The Netherby EDEN, On-Indfan.1U' er, FLA.. ,
of the a.rkl1t'sth! and tbe mother dash ,
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All without making any reply. hM\
ed townril him. The child to all out- One of the loveliest locutions on the river. All modern Improvements'
street! cars, pass the. door. : Rales, $2.00. to $2.50( per day ward appearance was only slightly "So-and-so H a good man I repeatedIn Hot and cold baths. Sulphur Sprlug.: Excellent Inking water.,
a louder tone fancying be must be Plenty of fruit and ice Fish and fresh In almndanoe.
Mrs: A. J. WALKER Proprietor. scratched, though It seemed dazed. Oysters vegetable '
The and railway man deaf Northern cooking. House handsomely furnished with all the I
prompt plucky
It" Then the farmer answered 1 heard comforts of a hom Boats. Trains slop at Rnxlon Station on tues'' w,
found In the middle of the
very what..you said."-New York. Herald; plantation. Pineapple district Mrs. M. A. CURTIS? : Manager
trad nnd n train of carriages must
10 East ---- ---- .
Forsyth Street.
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h Windle actually 'e passed over Its prostrate YOU KNOW WIIAT YOU ARE TAKING FifT
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. body. Itxl believed, that. It was little When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill ST-rALnI HISACII.: '
worse for tile accident. Tonlo because the formula Is plainly "" !'I .._

European plan. Dining Cafe; new and firet-clase In appointments.. Tills Incident was repeated Immediately prlntad on every bottle showing that It Is
afterward on a. Yarmouth train. slmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless THE PALMS. I
Center of elfy; Near all oar lines. Open for rooms November 15th WEST PALM BEACU
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but In this case the little boy who fell fo.-ra. :No cure, :No pay. COots, FLA't

f Cafe, November 19th. Rooms, one person one day; $1 and up; by the past\! whom a train had also gone since A fir t-olus, home-like hotel, located on beautiful LakeWorth=- ; opposite

week, 13.BO and up. the fall was found crawling to tbe side A City ot Padlock. Royal Ponclana. Near railroad station and places Interest.. Special features,
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. of the permanent wny. Although well Irkutsk::, Siberia. Is a city of padlocks. Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable rater," I
i enough/ to crawl be bud sustainedsome There are more padlocks on tbe shutters House thoroughly renovated. Under New Management 'Experienced white
.-. slight Injury In this en so.I'erbupn and doors of an Irkutsk shop than waitresses will have charge of the dining room Uood Fishing, Hunting: and
i; I ; f ST. AUGUSTINE.EORIDA .. one of the most miraculous can be found In an English city of Boating. Kates $2\ tit *::1 t per day Hpnclnl by the week. For further Information
I 1 escapes In this way was that In his 200000. There .are .as many as three address: The Palms, Vest Pulm Deaoh, Fie,, .1. C. Stowers. prop. 51

of padlocks l on some! shop doors and ev- .. .. .. .. . ...
babyhood; of Mr. Edward Laurl, one ------------ ---- - -- ------- ---- -------
HOUSEST.. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. the celebrated ,pantornlmle family of 'ery' lower story shutter bears from one AI/TAMONTH H I'll IN OS. j
The Old City By-the'-Sea. to five. Tbe padlocks weigh from one .
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This well known hotel will remain '><>en tbe Entire Year. 'St,' Augustine Is to fifteen pounds' The popular size Is
adollghtful Summer: Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that five pounds and two and one-half Inch The ALTAMONTE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange Co. Tin. I

DO other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and teach for Driving and Bi es thick Open January ]at. ?I
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cycling. Boating, Fishing and "Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all
modern Improvements that ban contribute to the comfort of guests. Liberally TO CURE A COLD IN ONE: DAY Beautifully located among the tall pines and bearing orange grove! On high
conducted. Capacity 250. Summer Rates: $2 to $2.50 per day, $8 tofU Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ridge overlooking two beautiful spring' fad IRk e.. First-class accommodations
per week. For further particulars address All druggists refund the money If It falls for 160 guests at rates that will please you, !Steam! heat open Iron; modern
F. C,. HATDEN, :Manager. to cure. E. W, Grove's signature I Is on lighting plant, electric bells. Excellent outsloe, white !help. Finest blaoJc beat
rr each box 2itotn. fishing, boating and bunting; beautiful walks and dilves; bowling, billiards, I
i tennis, clock: gulf, /golf, eto.-all free to guests. Our water supply Is from the
' Arab Mode. famous Altamonte \ on hotel ground! (the equal of Poland water). Aa .
\ ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... t\pr'111f1
EGONQDIN HOTEL Arab music has beat described as the Ideal winter home th or pleasure Send for booklet

, JJ, ST: AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. a'iik singing of a prima donna who has ruptured GEO. E. BATEri, Owner and Proprietor.

Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large aad airy, with tier voice !In trying to sing a duet "The Orand," Mount Vernon, N. II., 'In summer 1 1a'

wltb.Jberself. Each note starts from __ ... _.. ...3 .
comfortable bed. Rates moderate. somewhere betwen a sharp and a flat

MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. bRl but does( not stop even there and splitsup : LIVE OAI{:.

Into four or more portions of which

no person can be expected to catch
PALATIA.T Hotel flakes Y
more than one at a time. LIVE OAK, FLA
,

"Some time utro my daughter caught a Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial trav ler. ItIs
T The> Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA. \ severe cold. She complained t>f pains In the most liberally conducted hotel of Its pile In the!State.: The hotel lit*
her chest and bad a. bad cough. I save been thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted 'Everything new and
Near steamboat landing, and o poslte tbe office of the Ocklawaha River her Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy scoordlop firit-olass. J, BUS8KLL:: MOORE,, l'raprlotur.

Steamers. Kates, $:.i.5U to $3.00 per day. Special low rates weekly or / to directions and In two days she ----...--..._. -_- ---. -----.. "-- '- .- -- -
monthly LEE fc NJTE, Proprietors. was well aDd able to /go school. I have ,
\ used this reme"yID my family for the past NEW YOIUC :
seven years ami have never known It to .
DAYTONA. \y fall," ftavs: James Prendergast/ merchant,
Anuato>I3ay,Jamaica, West India Islands. Hotel Fifth Ave. and street,
Tbe piling In the chest Indicated an ap Kensington New York: y

IOTEL DESPLAND DAYTONA, FLA. proaoklng attack of pneumonia, which ,
In this instance was undoubtedly warded
\ off by Chamberlain's! Cough Remedy It Select Family and Transient Hotel European Plan. {

New and up-to-date hotel with all modern conveniences and appliances oounteracts any }tendency of a cold toward Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.
pneumonia. Sold by ail druggistsand '
for comfort and safety of guests. Rooms en suite with private bath. medicine dealers. GEORGE C. HOWE, VroprUtor. ".

Heated by hot water system. Lighted by gas and electricity. Rates, 'TUB UOTtUCn: VA8HKD> TOWABD HIH.Laurl ..' Late of the Buckingham' St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels. '

13.00 Crol ... ... .. .... .. .. ... ..
per day and upward. and himself a most, popular Originally a Creole was a child born --- ------------- -- -- --- --- -- --- -- -

LEON DESPLAND, Proprietor; formerly of the Palmetto. yonnq comedian now Ills father., ,the In this country of French or Spanish 8th Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, 1 r
cetpf "ed clown, Teddy Laurl. and THE HAMILTON
>rn parents, the word coming from the I
.. i. _...-.... .-- NEW YORK.
!
from
Birmingham
mother were traveling Spanish c..are, to create. At present ,
SEABREEZE.Md to Wolvf'rhamptoo. As they were the word Is restricted In use to thoseof t
passing through the somewhat lengthy Spanish and French descent, who are A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably

tunnel that precedes the railway approach born lu lie states that were French Located. With every Comfort anti Convenience. )It
Colonnades. Clarendon Inn,, to tbe latter place. the baby was and P|>anlsh '-0"mlt'll. especially Ix>.uUluun > i
., very restless and AI,.. Laurl opened Furnished and .
.
On-The-River. On-The-Ocean. tbe window and held up the baby to- GEORGE W. :MORTON i
stare at the blackness beyond. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases, ,
Bathe, '3.BO per day and up, tIT.OO to Bates, *:J.SO per day to *3. UOO& toper Perhaps the child lihertted. a desireto Itching Humor, Eczema __ -.--- -- ---- -- ----.f. __.____ .fr
J make early pantomimic leaps ;
week and $17.60 per week.
up.
Cuisine Furnace Heat, Up-to- through' windows. Anyhow It made a Scrofula' Etc. Official Supply House of The Illinois\ Fishermen's Association
nariurpaseed"in any hotel In Electric Lights, sudden spring and darted through the .

(orlda. date house. window. Tbe train wat traveling at avery Send no money-simply write and. We tryBoanloIiloe1almatourexgeaae. The Net and Twine Co. '

Steam the Sea, the Claren high rate of speed and the agony Chicago ,
Ueat, Electric Lights,, Best of For those desiring distribute free over 10KJO( treatments In
rrlce. finest location In Florida. of tbe father and mother. was well nlgb IfamaltnncnuntyOhln. The cures made Manufacturers of-. "
don Inn has the .... maddening. fast
by Blood Balm spread so we were y
.
Orchestra both houses after the 15th of January. Neither could ever adequately describe unable to fill ord.rs. It Is the sum every
tbe hotels. what passed 1111 tbe train drew where. A trial of Blood Balm Is our bestrefere.e. F gl
Take train to Daytona, then 'Bus across the river to GILL Managers. up st Wolvvrbamptun. whence wa.jo.t ., so don't; hesitate to write fora =
POST A 0
- ,, -= beginning to move a train that free It yon sample.suffer from ulcers,eczema,scrof.nls .
G
-- the line of rails
would over
upon
puss'
.. a blood poison, cancer eating sores.Itching ,
COCOA. whichtb baby bad fallen. skin, pimples, bulla, bone pains, E
- "Murder raurdert Stop that tralnT swellings, rheumatism, catsrrb or any
30MAS shrieked tbe father, while tbe mother blood or skin disease, we advise you to
COTTAGE COCOA. FLORIDA. sat In a dazed way moaning.( A scene take'liotaslo Blood Balm (B. J). B.). :Especially =
of great confiisloo followed but the recommended for old, obstinate, too
Bath convenient. FISHING NETS and Netting of"Every Del crlptlon. :
rooms.
0
Centrally located. airy
Large, blood or
all tbe deep-seated cases insltgnitDt
stopped save engine,
by week or month. train was Blood BalmB. Dealers'n! Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope Eta s I
_ Rates:,fl. O per day special terms __ upon whlcb the father and certain official skin disease, because Uotsnlo
""-" ( B. H.) kills the poison In the bleed, Originator Wholesale Prices direct to the fishermen.
--- t'hW leaped prior to Its moving away curse where all slue falls, heal. every 70-81-83 E. Indiana. St. Chicago, IlL f
\ HOCKLEDGE. separately to cover the!' several miles sore, makes the blood pare and rich, ...Mention The AOVOOATB J In your letter... I 1s
- which Intervened between the cblld given the skin the rich glow of health.

and tbe station. B. B. B., the most perfect blood purifier We are Members. of the. ..Illinois Fishermen's' As.. .'cfaliot..----__
' ROCKLEDGE, FLA. The tunnel month was reached and made. Thoroughly tented for 30 years..

ROCKLEDGE HOTEL then tbe pager men lights In band Costs 41 per larg. bottle at drug stores. .... .. .... .. .-
rushed Into the darttn.... The child To Il1t'<..."_ it. sample of Blood Balm ,
was found absolutely without a sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta WHITE'S CREAM r1an.,1..ntrtr.
OPENED ON" DECEMBEP( U. and free med-
trouble
tbe heart of the orange scratch and uninjured and save thatIt loal ad Ga.vice also Describe given. ElT: Thls Is an LODet "WORNISl! VERI IFUCEi' !
In much aitoolsbed. It r
bank' River looked
Situated ,
Indian! very prevented
on the of the famous offer. medlclne sent at once, prepaid. a..tt.r.11 w
and a flist-class orchestra. no unusual appearance.In .
raising district. Good hunting; unexcelled fishing; this ease however, there was areason Has Lid all: VJcsn .tessdle (t;
Rooms launches and boats. THE RAPID CALKER 'Is what every For 20 Yeara s.
en suite with oath. Steam beat Livery, 20th.JI. I for Its Immunity. It bad been yacthsmao and boatbullder need For YOT.l7 7st 1s.z,: Z XI. 3CJtoc"JoX..TCI.
Plates weekly rates until January wrapped op In a 'large rug and when It sale Jas. Pritchard A Son, Titus- .
$2JK;>pet day and upwards. Special by P.wner t ItF- -"' JAMl1n t". CAI..ISt.! Lcuf-e.
P. SHARES SOX, Proprietors. leaped It. f.alrlj[ ynrolle!jtwljt from. vine, Kl*. Price (1 and M each. ; it I !1wwvwv


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EAST COAST ADVOCATED:: JANUARY 3. 1902.

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I y' To Hotel Proprietors, MASONIC TITUSVILLE.CELEBRATION IN Robbins &. Graham Co. E..L.. ::S ---...DEALERS:C.Zi IK- : :aeo: -t


\", l': To To Storekeepers Commission Merchants.and others...,. St. John' Day -wa celebrated. by the (incorporated) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUC

If you wnnt to get good- results Masonlo fraternity of our town In quitea PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.This We handle PRODUCE of all kind We are agents for RAPES :FEU! IJ..I ZEn
with deal la the above line of good and solicit the trade of ,
advertise In the A notable way. They began a pub.lie company own We exclusively al 6en. l1It,
installation of the newly elected officers Write ns for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station(
;
'j EAST COAST ADVOCATE a* follow: '. Dij .A. 2.T :ID s, E. L. BRADY do BRO. -' TITUSVILLE, :FLA.'
a J. R.: Walker Worshipful Master.
FLORIDA. J. L. Carrutben, Senior Warden in the Indian River Country; On the St.

/ J TITUSVILLK Indian River T H Sander, Junior Warden.; Lncle RIver; at New. River and on Bay S.;; W. CARROLL
extensively
.1 The ADVOCATE circulates J. M. Dixon, Treasurer. ,
the lemon pineapple Price to nit the time
: throughout orange, F. A, Morgan, Secretary.J. BIsoayne.
vegetable and lisa section of If yon have ECZEMA, PIMPLES, CATARRH A. Hughes, Chaplain. -Dealer la--\
'I Florida, as well as throughout every DIPHTHERIA, Sore Throat I J. B. Serer D, Senior Deacon. Send for Land List. FEED FRUIT
\
t I State In the Union. It Is known as the or any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN R. E. Mims, jr. Junior Deacon. Offices at Tttnsvllle and Miami;Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, AP VEGETABLE!

"Pink Paper of Florida." COCKS LIQUID SULPHUR Js a guaranteed S. G. Vanlandlngbam Senior Steward. Crockery, Glasa and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.
The East Coast of Florida has some of F. M. Taylor Junior Steward. QEO. M. BOBBINS, V. A. MOBOAN. FLORIDA.
'. the finest hotels In the United States, our*. P. W. Robert, Tyler. President. Aotusir. TITUSVILLB, -
1 and nearly every hotel Is overflowingwith For Sale by W.J. CRAYFORD.
.) The Installation took place a'the Pros-

.I IS YOUR tourist TIME during/ TO the ADVERTISE.Give winter. NOW. byterlan. Robbins church,,was,the and Installing Fast Master officer.Geo.M. It. Brevard Abstract of Title Co., INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.: .

; the ADVOCATE your ad. sad yoi THE ADVENT OF NINETEENTWO .** to say bow well he WILL BtlltNlasAbstracts '
I will not regret It. Our office\ Is a kind iperformedrthaatt duty. Chaplain J. A. TITUSVJLLB:, FLA.
of Title
of Bureau of InformationFor rate, lughe delivered an address, and Past I Is prepared to furnish loe In any quall ty--- a.oked or loose. Special attend

5, j etc.Advertising, address ManagerTH' ADVOCATE, la Tllanvlll- Master B. K. Wilson was the Installing the _rOB LANDS IS. paid sacking for Yachts or for family Lisa Fair dealing Is my motto
officer for the ;Eastern: Star, when
TItusvllle, Fla. Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. ..
For many a lad and many a lass ladles looked very fine In their white
'Throughout the coning year, robes and colored ribbons. Office under Law Office of

i FLORIDA Visitors who can- Will plight their troth and to them both. After the public exercises, the Masons GEO.: M. BOBBINS R. WAX.KEIH: : C, 1L SWAUT
'Twill be a dear. heir wives other
and some
memory daughters
tot call at our stores should write for a So here's the River TITCSVH.LK, FtA. 1
to year of Nineteen Two daughters adjourned to the Indian
i' catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. Through summer, spring and fall, hotel, where Mine Host Bro. J. O. Bast Dry Goods Shoes
May health and wealth and peace be had provided an elaborate spread. There ,
your were. about t 05 sat down at the tables East Coast Meat MarketG. .*
And goed luck corn to all I and the dialog room was' beautifully anJtastily Furniture

112 W. Forsyth; St., Jacksonville; also at decorated.After F. DUREN, Agent ,
: Twelve o'clock 1 The witching honr .
the bad done fall Justiceto
;i' Palm Beach and Nassau. guest -= :::3.CD
St. Augustine That another
brings year the Toast Master Bro.Robbins '
,
repast Notions and
Let's toast the gay and glad; event opened the exercise* with a few well, paE Millinery
With laughter ringing clear; cbosen and happy remarks, describingwhat ;:"
_; JflE ANHEUSER BUSCH Let's all forget the woes and care wa to come .. the desert. He s"tsv IQI.oc New Good at close prlo ,.
:=o
Of twelve month past and gone, then called Ilpod"Bro. J. A. Hughes to -
I :' Brewing Asso's And dream of happy times to come respond to the toast a link tI pa: YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. |
While the New Year1 moving on. la the chain by angels forged I which IQI.o
r John R. Walker &. Co.
I The new .ar-tbe second In the new was well received. Bro. Mendel then :::::; ,

ramous Bt.Louis Rag sod Bottled century-was neheredlnwith.beautiful. gave brief but Interesting history of cI:3: TITUSVILLE FLA."

B er. weather, the day being one of bright Indian River Lodge No. 90. e=: =
sunshine, and not a cloud to be seen on The toast, "Our Town; the best in 1:1: ..- ,.
ItMsttn.. r.A.r. .t. and ..
bold "
the horizon. It wa on of Florida' the land; no place like home, was responded IQI.o
B.L.Motlow,Tltasvin.rla. perfect winter day*-Just warm enough to by Worshipful Master JDo..R. S- 3FLORIDA.

8,Mr.R.L. Motlow...,Coco,.&. to be pleasant. The 'ear In Titus. Walker one of our City Fathers, In avery TITUSVILLE, .
""it. villa was not ushered In with any especial humorous manner. "Our Country; Whaler's Jewelry Store. '
v
JOSEPH ZAPF ceremony but we do know that at the may our natural wealth be more than
stroke of twelve there were many exclamations winter visitor," wa done justice to by : V rs I
of "A Happy New. ThisIs Bro. M. B. Sams. Bro. B. K. Wilson, a*

Sole Agent. a great time of year for social re being the) beet to handle ,the subject, 1e hxM Clocks Silverware Etc
Watches Jewelry
'unions and many an egg nog or glass ofwlna was called upon to respond to "The ,
<010< .to 620! West Bay Street, were Indulged In while waiting to i Eastern Star; they are wise who follow
see the old year out and the new year In. It," which. he did with credit to himself
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. New. Tear' Day I* a local holiday but and the Chapter. SPECIAL ATTENTION,given to Repairing of Fine Watchesand

A nothing was closed In this town except Mr*. Geo. M. Bobbin was next called Jewelry. All work warranted'for 13-m,Dth..
the bank poet lIloe and school, and upon to "Tell the Brethren what the
business) went on about a* usual. ladle of Chapter No. 11, Eastern Star, 235: Mall Order will receive prompt and "fu1'att6lltlOIl
r* KARA TIIIOR, Among those who. give pleasant little think of us," which. she did in a very t '
l social parties ,In town were the follow. neat little speech which was her maiden TITUSVILLE. -. FLORIDA
rr Artesian WellCOHTRiCTORS logs effort. Bro. F. M. Taylor replied to

Mr. and Mrs. George If. Robbins enter. "The Ladles, married or single, singly
and collectively" Mrs. E. K I: Rolling
talned a few friends at a din
nor oo New Year's Day.sumptuous The dinner gave "Our Wives," which wa well I received.
I' !
hour wa set for 5-30 o'clock p. m.. and Bro. Chan II. Walton, of the Special AttentionGIVEN
E&n Gallle Fla ADVOCATE, next responded to "The
by that time all the gneats had arrived, */ < "'"
Including the ABVOOATB Press. Bro. F. A. Morgan wa then
proprietor. called upon to tell what he knew of "The LIFE INSURANCE Rate are '
Later several more guest*, arrived to TO :HAIL ORDERS FOR-
4 the evening, and a right, jovial County Dog, which ha 'did In a very WAS NEVER: EASIER: )lower than

time they had. W.humorous Nnnhln tri manner.. then asked Past-Master to "", neale Geo.for TO CARRY. for year,. Hardware, Tinware, Crockery* Glassware

(Jitrus Trees. Mr. and :Mr. A. J, Sembler Invited a I Everybody, so that none may feel neglected and are about as low. alll It Is possible to
ji jir, ( few friend to dinner on .New Tear' and he did it to the king's taste. get them. Harness and Stoves.Our
:s .
) I etcellentsprear In high terms of the Thl brought to a close one of the Our booklets, sent on application will
: provided. In the evenIng most delightful meetings of a very successful give much information about: '
all gathered the parlor to celebrate year In Masonry In TItusvllle. e Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
;
"I It the New Year, and game, etc., x.1.rq:: Ynflslurra zo.

to whiled away the time until the wee sma' Contains table of ages. rates, terms, Priltohalrcd & Son.
r 1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-34 varlotles .
hours when all their
M' adjourned to respective SENATOR QUAY TO RESIGN. conditions, etd.Tne .
: -will be marketed from our orchard homes, voting .JIl,. and Mrs. BH companies represented are solvent, .

;#i' and Durserlo this season. An excellent: Senbler the best of boat*. The Washington Time says: "It I III reliable and liberal. Fostoffloe Box: 212,

obance for prospective orange grower Miss Emma Wright, of this place; stated the '
on good authority at Capitol O. JS. So2x-u.3rl.eac: :F'J.or1da.'
Titusvi11o :
6!, ll j to test fruit and select varieties. very pleasantly entertained a few friend that Senator Quay will never return to -
at the residence of her mother TITUSVILLEFLORIDA..
on New
\ his seat In the Ptanate' that he .
\ la
All prominent subtropical fruit tree. ; preparelug
I Tear's Ere when her Correspondence Invited.
guests prolongedtheir
f) to retire from active political life In
.r U Roses and ornamental In stock visit until midnight, to see the old the near future. JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
,.*) Catalogue free. year out and the new year In. Refreshments "In a letter recel red at the Capitol

I _: Glen St. Mary Nurseries al games were were plentifully Indulged supplied.la by those Sever present was vanla positively statesman) : asserted had decided that the to Per resign nsyl- DeLand, Florida ,.

; and recitations were ably rendered
:by urn E. E. Rollins. from the Senate Courses of Study are equivalent to those of the beat American Institution

". '+ G. L. Taber. Prop. Mr*. A. K. Wilson entertained a partyof the"Mr.sesiilonaof Quay has the been upper unable body except to attend for Building and equipment cost more than *250OnG, $05,000; will be added to ttt.

,I' lady friends at her borne, on New one day since the Fifty-seventh\ Congress I. plant during tl.e coming year. The University Includes the following department
GLEN ST. FLA.
MART
',, .. Tear's afternoon from three to live convened lie has remained at St. Luole Law, College. Academy, Normal and Practice Sohool, Music, Art Busnew.!

.. The Ladles' Guild of St. Gabriel' on Indian River, and his health, Instead{ Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice in the courts o|
;; Episcopal church, TItusvllle, were. delightfully of Improving, bWllradu"UylrOWD: worse. Florida without examination.For .
entertained by Mrs Geo.; M. To return to Washington, It is said,
F Bobbins at her home on Doo. 26th, when would be but to Imperil his life catalogue. address the president,
; Orange Lemon all the members of the Guild, aa well a* "It was admitted by a Senator who I Is J, F. FORBES.
the little ones of t.belrreapeothe families oloee to Mr. Quay that the resignationwill

',' were Invited to participate In a beautifullyceoorated be sent to Senator Frye before many

was a bag of oandy Christmas and an' apple tree. for There each week.A special" dispatch to the New York 3 :JE JE JO S3.

Grapefruit child, and ice-cream and cake for all. Evening Journal says that Senator Quay
v The I I. to write book. This info
guests were entertained by some preparing
fine music and a general rood time pre mation come from a friend of the Senator ONION--White and Red Bermuda.

Kumquats. "all..IIrll.. next meeting the Guild who received l It In a letter written. by PLANT GOOD CHEER .
will be held this (Friday) afternoon at Mr. since be went to St. Lucie,
I' Fine, heavy, stock|Ion. and two-year* the residence of Mrs. Louii A. Rraxjy. three weeks ago. In the heart of your guest Regale GENUINE Imported Stock, Just ;Received. Finest Strains of Garden Seed
old buds and graft.;on sour orange, lent' For some time It ha been known to,Intimate your friends withWINES
friends of Senator Quay that he AND Florida Seed and 00 Oat Oats Barl"1'gdend
on and trifoliate stock. A full line Of CHURCH NOTICES. LIQUORS Aye Day ,Georgia Rye. Texas
had a literary work contemplation. In from our stock and they will have ample '
decldlou fruit trees, ornamentals, etc the letter to his friend.. Senator Quay reason to pleasantly remember their .for Catalogue. .
T' "f Send for new catalogue/ and price list, Arohdeooon Brown will hold services states that be Intend to write under the visit. Our *
giving full particular selecting varieties next Sunday morning at St. Mark's g.neralo.ptlOD, 'Forty Years in Politics.' GOODS .L. CAMERON The Seed Store.
It t HOLIDAY
.If' church, Cocoa, and In the evening at St. Beginning with the opening of his career FLA.
and 125 East
planting Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE
cultivating etc.
,
Gabriel's church Titos-Ills. under Peamtylvanla's war Governor, have been selected with the greatestcare
'1 Ocklawaha Nurseries Andrew G. Curtain, Senator Quay has and we have a superb line to select
There will be service at the Methodist been in close touch with all the kaleldo from.,

J>, O. CONNER, Prop. church, Titusville, next Sunday at 11 a. cope changes In politics. It Ss conceded Our prices cannot fall to please. yea. The Oldest Established: Grain and Seed House In tie Bate.e .
m., and 7 p. m. Sunday; school at 10 a. that They make buying
'j no other man In active life to-day I* easy.
.
\ i l' TANGERINE, FLOIRDA. m.,desired at which a full attendance la specially better equipped to narrate political history Hampers packed for shipment to distant YjtislA
Sunday. of the last four decade. friends. """ '
'" : : A. ::E30"U.XS &; Cc
'' tQT A* an advertising medium no Divine service will, B.V,conducted ROBT. L.-MOTLOW, .
paper on the East Coast can beat the by Rev A. C. Slrdefleld next Sunday,. at '
TITUSVILLK and COCOA FLA.
II ADVOCATE. Give us a trial adv., Uarduevllle at 10 a. m., and sICily Pointat MR. HAIGH'S NEW YACHT. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
and be convinced. of the pink paper'. 2 p. m. This will be Brother Slrde- ,

worth. fleld'i lost visit before conference. All Referring to the new yacht; of one of
I .,Invited. the ADVOCATE'S subscribers, Mr. A, S. ,Florida Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer:

I Hodgson Bros. Rev J. A. Hughe will preach, next Halgb, formerly of Daytona, the" Nassau I, nraiiu? MUXStm
Sunday, at the Rookledge Chapel at 11a. Guardian as bad: : .. __t .m. 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.m.,and at the church "We have the pletaureof going on Magazine \: .
t EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Tltusvllle, at 7:13: P.Presbyterian m. Sunday aoboolat board of Mr. A. S H.lgh's new yacht, Agta. fort'urine Feed.. Warehouses on track of S.A. L. R'y. and. Plant side s

t Marine Railway. 0:45 a. m., and Young Peoples Society 'Carib,' and Inspecting this line vessel.
She I II quite to date la all An
of Christian up respects,
General Merchant Endeavor at 3:30 p. m.
and
''r Ship Chandlers. and exceedingly well finished. Her cabin *

.Special 1 Facilities., WALTON CALKING TOOL I Is one of and comfort other and appointments available are planned for Illustrated t T"JaT'lorldii. Nation's

..4 For Hanltng Out, Staling and Repairing the best things for boalbulMer and \ utilized.every On dock she apace la well isprofitably Monthly, "San Mateo"
yachtsmen; price $''.00 and) tiOO: each
equipped with and sail
of
Yachts and Launches. span, rigging
Best Cis
For ante at Jas. Prltohard A; Sou's, the latest typo.' The :yacht was designed! ONE DOLLAR,A.YEAR. ,
p' Voutlon the ADVOCATS when writing.sac. Ttusvill| Fla. and built by Mr. It. W. Jllllnroe, of Co. '.
Send for
ooanut Grove,Florida, who has certainly Sample Copy It'F4 nIl

o.Artesian. ::E3A.: """ Tax Statement. succeeded In producing splendid: vessel. Address: G. D. ACKERLT
We understand that F
Mr. Ilaigh was pleas .
Tax.tstam.ns for $1'. mrinth of Nn..mber ed in every: way.with. the performance of '
Well Contractor slid l)M*>iul> r,laot for tax:**SM...t suit levied the Carib on the voyage from Miami to Publisher Jacksonville Fla.TITUSVILLE'S Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy trnnfrat. _. tobacco.. doctored w''
tor tho 1.x1' ,M Bootiuu 34, : --- -- --- -
per ClupMr la, !
..Dealer in.. Laws IFi : Cat Cay, and thenoe to Nassau. The opium and Other drugs; when you can have the pare Florida leaf at a fi..e-<<:
Conee-Ieot Amtyetto following are thedi mansions of the yacht: price .
,'Aermotors.. Tanks and Pumping NOT" JaOIIU.. be ool-twl. 43 ft. water line, 14 ft. beam, 8O ft. overall TRAINS. _
Machinery. Co.Ra\.-General Fun,.... t //PHIS a OJlllON and FREE BY MAIL ANY! ,. II']
Rebuilt Fund. measures 18 1 HOOUia) tons. Sbe Boxoias... . .. .
DKLAND, FLORIDA.If .10.....,llriilK, Fnn.ionunty(( ,) 4'10111 244, If.IIKIIM 7,193 14 Is yawl rigged. The. following are the ttaae* of arrival ADDRESS...... 1lozoflSo. .,1.!i
J . . .. .
Hn >nil' fe'otfitttuni Knnd.W 1f1i6: 8.11""III his Excellency, Governor Carter, and and departure of paasonget trains to and '
|>"o Rnnl' KunJ iillvt 'toe) 61 as a..93oNpec'laxNohadDlsNo.1 trod Titusville v
the
Misses Carter and II. :
:.: : Mr. S. Glad. -
find-the you want good results, you will 111;son Tux: fVohanl. Hint' No 5. Ile ellt 414 }1,51:.Ate?4t1 6(1( stone, P. 8.. went out for .a sail &0.Korea 8OVTRIIOUl'ID.' s.7" :eO\'VLE: .,
ADVOCATE an excellent adver Fp.e| Tax "....." Met >o s. at 4f 1,9.1 ea Island, on Thursday, In the yacht with Leaves Tltusvtlt for Miaul and at>:47p.m.
thing medium. ,\. l.ull.\tltJllo..J..Untl\ )........ 140). 1,01100 Mr. Halgh." 1U lnt.rm.
T.UI .i.ca)so a9eo: 7 i. Iea..Tttn.vllNforJaek"mvlll.JfOIITRIICUI1'D. at 3 4X4 pjn. -- --.-
Rending notice ads on thisage and Int-Tut--*point \ ,
,, ue live cents per line per week. C1I4 I Lifl! A CUtrkol, A.I'IT1W.\1tTJ.' I this Filter tubes are now for sale at. TltitnvUto. fur .....rqrd .> t M: aim The ADVOCATE
Circuit Court office price afets; postage extra.: Arrlve.Tltusvlne from Baaford ':20 p.ua does neat, clean 'Job Printing.








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