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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 10, 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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LOCAL NEWS FOR FINE DENTAl. WORK GO TO CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH SAM: PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing AMONG THE HOTELS. hearty welcome. During: the latter partof

Dr. Dodson, near Indian River hotel Gallery,Titusvllle\ ,and look at samples the summer Mr. Merrill baa been In +
-Mr. Harry Fisher of Baltimore wilt
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nd Topics of General Interest. -Tax:Assessor F.Wooten of Cocoa, Secure your reservations over the soon be down here to do some fishing. Where to stop along: the East Coast charge of his New York hotel-the Roy f i
was In town a couple of days this week. Clyde Line at the ADVOCATe) office, Titusvllle. See list of hotel. on 7th page. niton-on Nth street, which under the I
PUT A 4 H. P. BUFFALO ENGINE In able management of Messrs. Merrill Js i I
THE ADVOCATE -Capt. Fred Scoble left here. Monday your sail boat. Weight only 855 Ibs The ADYOCATB Is now on file at al Hatch.

$1.50 per annum, In'advance. morning, In his yacht the Merle S., for -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold G. R. Wallace, agt. West Palm Bench.Mr. the best hotels in New York elty. Hotel Colonnade and Clarendon, Sea d 1

11.00 six month. '. Fort Pierce. services next Sunday at Eden at 11 a. to., J. R. Mlot, county commissioner Where to stop In TttusvlllaP\ See Tltusvllla breeze whose ads. will be found on our

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Mr. and Mrs. Donnelly have again aDd at Waveland-Jensen at 3 p. m. from Indlanola has been In town this hotel ad on our 7th page. 7th page, will welcome the arrival of .a '

When yon subscribe for the ADV arrived at the Goodyear cottage, Rock- Representative K. B. Raulerson, of weeks attending the Board's meeting.Mr. Hotel Duval, Jacksonville, under the fine orchestra on Tuesday next. These
ledge for the winter. hotels, which are under the Joint man
Fort Pierce here from
ATE by the year It doe not cost you until Wednesday Wrn. M. Brown left here, Tuesday management: of Mr. B. W. Sperry, has agement!: of Messrs.Post Dill will hold )
[Three centf per week, postage Included. HANCOCK'S LIQUID S.ULPHUR cures Tuesday his on his way to for Miami\ to spend several days been overflowing with tourists of late. a dance every Monday evening commencing
.
Note date of expiration printed upon all blood and skin diseases. For sale by orange grove near Maytown.The looking after his Interests In that thriving Hotel Ponce de Leon, St; Atigostine, : on the 20th of this month. We

lour paper or wrapper every week. This J. B.Soreven druggist Tltusvllto\ Fla. lumber business of Mr.\ Geo.;7*. county town of Dade. under the able management of Air. Itobt understand these dances will be quite '

s receipt for your money. No needr -Kir. John C. Jones one of our County : Paddlson, Eau Gallle Is said to be rap. -The Titusvllle Town Council has, Murray, opens for the season on Wednesday select, and only those having Invitations ,o
Daddies idly on the Increase, a* he Is shipping the 13th Instant. will be admitted. 'l'bedance8 will beheld
us to lend receipt for subscription took his usual seat on the removed Its chambers from over the next,
he date gi es It to you. Board on Monday, having arrived from lumber all along the East Coast. Postofttoe to the Jaw office of Mr. (I. A. Hotel Wlndle, that new and cosy Jacksonville at the Wllman's Opera bousJN Sea

es Klondike; the day efore.Mr. -Miss Ida. Dodson who spent the holidays Frost., who holds the position of Town house, which Is managed/ by Mr. breeze. Glf I

T Reading notice ads. are ten cents D. S. Porter, manager of the ( with her parent la Titusvllle. returned C. B. Smith Is still getting n fair shareof Read the ad. of Xewell's Seaside Inn, tit
[ line this page. to her school Cocoa on Satin: Clerk.Mr. Coronado Beach on our 7th This
>er on Whaler Jewelry Store, Titusvllle was In Frank L. Corwln,traveling: agent tourist patronage. Bead the ad. on page.
day of last. "eekCounty house Is a to at and the 1
on stay ,
Sam Perkins,Sanford, cleans clothes. New Smyrna from Monday uutll Tuesday.'examining for the Central of Georgia Railway Co., our 7th ,ag.. Mr.oozy Herbert L. Legg, Is pretty

returned here the watches and clocks Commissioner J. F. Bell, of was a pleasant caller at this oftio .011 Mr. J. E. Caslow, formerly connectedwith manager, having
Dr J. B. Soreven well known to the traveling public
Sunday- % from a trip to West Palm Beach of the F. E. C. Railway employees.Mr. White City, was on band, as usual to Tuesday, and left a couple of flue calen the Indian lllver hotel Rooklodge, had considerable hotel eJitper,eno..

Frank Matthews, of Ocala arrived take his seat ae a member of the Boardof editorial hanging on the wall of our has accepted a position with the Pain lie was formerly connected with the u

-Mr. A. N. Clark, of :Rockledge, baa'" In Titusvllle, Sunday, and has accepted Brevard County Commissioners Uia room.. Beach hotel, Paine. Beach, where he arrived Holly Inn Plneburst, N. C.; the Robinson $
of the UartfirdCourant.
ur thanks for a oopy a position In the Minis' usual monthly rot-etlng. on Sunday. Mass. Moosabank..
carriageand -Mrs. John Wanamaker and Mr. and Cottage City, ;
blacksmith shop. Mr. Matthews Is -County Commissioner R. A. Conk. Mrs. Thomas B. Wanamaker, of Philadelphia Mr. William MoAullffee, who has been' White Mountain; Magnolia, St. Augustine r

-Mr. W. N., Ilendry of Fort Pierce an excellent performer the cornet, and ling, of Tillman who, by-tbe-way, la also have engaged rooms at The at his St. Clair hotel Maplewood, White' ; Clarendon hotel, Saratoga; Gould'

aIDe up to town to attend the funeral of Is quite an acquisition to our band. a noted strawberry arrived IntowoSundayl Breakers, Palm Beach, where they arriv Mountains, all the summer, has again/ : hotel, Boston etc. For Coronado Beach '

r.and Mrs. Brady's child yesterday. -Mr. II. E. Wooddall, formerly of TI- to be on hand next day at ed' on Sunday evening. They passed arrived al Miami,where be will, a* you get off the F.! Z. O. Hy. train at New '"

THE: BUFFALO. ENGINE NEEDS NO tusvllle, has been appointed parlor oar the meeting of the Board. through Tltusvilla their private oar. hold the position of chief clerk. lI.ual'l Smyrna

chanting. Geo. R. Wallace, agent conductor on trains 36 and 78, F. E. C. -Mrs. Rowe and her daughter, Mis -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris, of Tlb- We are getting( quite number of letters The Palm Beaoh hotel oI;; Palm Beach
West Palm Beach. hallway, HI* wife and baby are making Nenee Rowe who have been In Titus bale, who have been In Zanesvllle, 0., from Northern people asking part to-' under the management!: Mr Cb... A. i 4

School/ Board officer R. N. Andrews their headquarter at Lemon City. 'Ville for some tin past, left here, Monday for a few month, left that place on Sunday ulars about the East Coast hotels. Of'' Stone will open and be ready This to enter.Lain fine ,

>t Cocoa, was in town from Sunday un -Mr. Chas. T. McCrory, formerly of for Fort Pierce. They made many last for Coronado Beach and Han course, we recommend those hotels whose I and guest hotel to-day was, Friday.recently erected by-' ,

,II Monday, attending to his usual this section, but now of Whigham, Ga., friends while welcomed.hero, and they. will alwaysbe Francisco CaL Utah,t'Portland, Oregon; Halt ads are found In the ADVOCATE, I Mr. Sidney cosy Maddook. of New York, and

nontbly duties. who recently arrived In town, says he Intends warmly Lake City, ; and Denver, Colorado. Hotel Westmoreland, under the management I I. located Just north of the Hotel Royal

-Mr. T. E. Ramsey, of Oadsden Ala., staying until he has shipped all -Mr. A. O. Hancock, a member of the their They will Western spend trip nearly and two then month return on to of Mrs. A. J. Walker la one 01 Polnolana. One of our Palm Beaoh correspondents

ow occupies a position as chief sales his oranges and attended to other noces Hancock Liquid SnlphurCo., of Orlando Ohio. Their friends will\ look for the Jacksonville hotels that Is meeting writing the ADVOOATB a ,

nan in the Eagle Clothing Store Titus sary matters connected with his property. and Baltimore, :Md., was among the their return to many Indian River where they with much success, and lots of the Ao- few days ago, sayst "The Palm Be8CIb- '

vllle\ one of the biggest clothing stores Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left here pleasant caller at this office on Muoda,. are very much missed.T. ; VOCATII.llb.crlbenata1 there. with a great big THE-Is one of the attractions I
He was here for the purpose of attend ; of this celebrated resort, and r"4
in the East Coast. Saturday last for aad other
Chicago Ing to business for his firm. B. \ Business at Hotel Oakes, Live Oak at down and
In Illinois where he has IIIoksA Co. will turn over their you certainly should com seeit
-Mr. Chas.L. Myers, general managerf points gone to Titusvllle fish business to J. T. Feaster! this time of year was never better. Quail for the hotel I is beauty. Music| ba
look Into matters connected with the Mr. J. S. of
f the Pennlnsular and Occidental Steam Drlggere, vioe-presldent shooting I said to be fine, and we are
> t'Co., to-morrow. Mr. E. B. Sembler' It* charms, and so has the Palni Uoapb,
Treutler estate. lie be two the Railroad with
here may away Lehigh Valley a partyof having the best weather one could wish
hip Co., passed through Saturday '
three weeks will "Ulluav. here for Sebastian, aa the busIness and tourist cannot be mqr pomluftable
which him timeto his have
or give eighteen, Including family
set, en route to Miami. Mr. Myers Is for, say an ADVocATE correspondent. boautiMi
at that point has Increased so rapIdly anywhere. From the \ rotund
have a sniff of those delightful (P) winter returned home after a pleasant stay ol
tlway a welcome visitor to the East breeees that blow across Lake Miohlgan. several days on the East Coast. Th. that it needs his attention. well as The Plaza botel, Rook ledge, I I. running you can get splendid view of lbs At.lantlo 'I

Coast, where he has a host of friends. We do not envy him his trip. party In Mr. Drlggers': private oar visited Mr. Hicks'. We Intended referring to smoothly, about 33 guests being regis. Ocean on ono side and see all the t '

-Messrs. J. E. M. Hodgson H. R. Jor the various resorts on the East Coast M this anticipated change In our last Issue, tered. This hotel I Is to have a launch{ In beauties of troploal ko Worth on the I l
Ian, E. W. Stickney and J. Arlington/ -Prof. A. U. Foster, of Atlanta and far south as Miami, and said they had but we deferred doing so by special request a few days. Th guest will\ no doubt other." Head the ad. of this hotel, which

filbert, of Eau Oallie came np to town Miss Sarah R. Dull, of Ooala were mar- had a very enjoyable time. of parties who are Interested in be delighted with trip on Indian liner, will\ b* found on our 4th pg of tbli
unday, and appeared before the County; ried In the latter city on Dec. 31, 1901, at the matter. Mr. Paul E. Puckett la one issue
Commissioners next day to discuss some the home of the bride's father. It will\ -Senator W. J. LaRocbe, and Masers of the members of the new JJrra.' Wo Hotel Ormond, Ormond, la still under1
oad matters. They left for home the be remerabdred, that when the Brevard J. Ross Valentine and Chas. F. Naetblng, wish It success. the able management. of AfeasrS.. Anderson Hotel! Royal' Polnclana, Palm beach; f
cal County School Board made their first prominent residents of New York, arrlv. A Price, of the famous Mount 1'1...- which open on Wednesday next, Jan. I
lame afternoon us a pleasant
giving. assignment/ of teachers for the Titusvllle ed here, Monday, and the same after -The beautiful yacht Eleanor of the sal house, White Mountain This Is one 13th, under the management of Mr. Fred
re they departed.Mr.
High School Prof. Foster was chosen as noon boarded the house-boat Rose Marie Hartford Yacht Club, which has just of the most popular winter resort hotels Sherry, will\ Inaugurate the season of 1 V +

and Mrs. John S. Clarke, three principal, and Miss Bull as assistant both In command of Capt. J. M. Laflln, for a been put into commission at Titusvllle along the East Coast, and It will throw 1DO-J with Its capacity for the reception

children and four maids from Aremore, of whom resigned before the school was hunting and fishing cruise of two or three by Commordore John B. Russell, jr., open Its doors to the general public to of guests Increased fully one-third. Last V
V
"1'a., hare been enjoying the hospitalities opened.Mr.! weeks. The Rose Marie la well stocked) left this place, Tuesday, en route to marrow, Saturday.The season an AOTOCATB representative '

of Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine, on Raymond A. LaPolnte foremanof with all the good things of this life and Rock let)KB! )Palm Beach, Miami Nassau, Hotel Indian River note of the. fact that hundreds were usable -
heir way down the East Coast, to Palm the well-known firm of Geo. B. Carpenter the guests on board are going to have an and llavao The Commodore Is an old Saturday Rockledge, to secure accommodations; and the 9
was formerly opened Jan. 4th.
Beach, Intending to remain t that lovely A Co sailmakers, Chicago, was enjoyable time. We so know ledge a pleasant comer to Indian River,! and bis many certainty of a further Increase In the c
In the the orchestra
;arden spot, of Florida for the winter a pleasant caller at this office the first of call) from the above jovial party. friends gave him a glad welcome upon and evening dance which gave a concert tourist travel this year again Induced
nontha, having/ erected there a magnlfl his arrival In Titusvllle. W* have no was r.rtlclpated that whole-souled\ and progressive. clli
week. He business In the
: was on a trip -Tbe cool, bracing weather of late doubt bin trip will be a pleasant and In by the guests and many 0 .
out winter one
residence zen of Dade county-Mr, Henry M Flagler J" ,
Interests of his firm and Intended visiting
has been the cause of Inducing! some of the ADVOCATewill follow to keep him people from the cottages: and tile other his
-Mr. Fenn. the professional golfer at all the points of Interest along the our townspeople to Indulge to outdoor posted upon the new of the East Coast. hotels. An ADVOCATE representativewas -Increase to again the dive deeply luto mammoth pock.1Ito
'aim' Bench, broke the professional reoIford East Coast as far as Miami aod Key exercise and on Sunday afternoon several an Interested spectator. already proportions
the West where be will be to-morrow Saturday Sheriff Jos. P. Brown returned of the Royal Polnclana. The
made by himself last year for ( enjoyed a delightful/ walk of about to .
[palm Beach links. In'playlog against ). From Key West be will go to five or six mllea, going northwards along Titusvllle, Monday, having disposed of The New Rookledge Roclctedgev bar pink paper Is Informed that the new addition

{Professor Cory a few days ago he com' 1 Tampa and other places on the Golf Indian River two or three miles crossing alt the goods owned by the late J.J)!. already a goodly number' registered. I 4 jpleted the eighteen holes In sixty-six, Coast where ha hopes to meet all those over to LaGrange, and returning to Ti Krlnk, ar. Jensen. We ubdurstand oily While the genial, kindly face of Mr. H. makes a total of over 1,100 guests rooms ,I 1
which U his last year'sreoord, bat which yachtsmen who-are Interested In. sails. tusvllle by of the road. The .SOU was offered for this stock of gootlesod : P. Share la missed, not only by the pa and 61)0 f ( private baths, giving the Fotnol t
way
county Irons of the hotel but (ha and the prestige\ of being the largest hotel i
Is that fixtures which the sheriff by cottagers, / /
1 even better golf for the reason ladle with that refused
were delighted
-Miss Dora Card, one of the star ae- pleasant hotel bands In world. The combined
yet the I is In !Rood and the the length
the believing he could for them
new Is harder two strokes.We and get more by
course by walk want to go a little further on '
tresses In the Wilbur
Opera Company selling In small lots. lie young host make It the same delightful of the hotel, Including the _IDII, were
the wu evidently
next occasion. There
have received some very pretty was a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE were some excellent right In his for place to atop that It ha been of yore. I they on a straight line, would be equal
walker la that quit surmise an ADVOCATE -
calendars. ) this season, among them being office on Monday. She had just arrived party, *o an ADoVOCAl'S reader Informs us that Sheriff Many word of commendation of the .' to seven New Vi.rk city block, and a* ; J

one from Mr E. F. Cooley of the Mlehi-! from Houston, Texas,, where she left her' reporter says. Brown got .1,80) for the stock and fixtures. management are beard on all sides the botel I I. seven stories high, lire AD-
s
,gan Supply Co. Mlohj It Is company for the purpose of paying a visit With the reader can readily appreciate
Lansing, reference to death of Mr. This certainty to he VOCATSJ
ought The Ocala House the first of the
loalld the.$hakMpeare Calendar, and Is of a jaw weeks with her parents, Mr. and W. F. Richards, of Eden the announcement esllafactorv to the heir of the very west the Immensity of the building. The ;
Mrs. I1[. E. Card of Fort Pierce. Later estate, roast hotels to open, properly Inaugurated -
beautifully\ Illustrated. It now adornshe of which appeared In last week's nd Sheriff Brown should be dining room has ample seating capacityfor
highly com the for 10O2 with
wall of Mr. Miss Card hopes to leave the theatricalbusiness season an elegant The office staff this VJ
our editorial rooms. ADVOCATE, one of oar down-river resui his wise 11,700people. ) ;
forethought.
Cooley has a fine launch-the Keeweenabon and settle on the East Coast; era says "Tba numerous friend of the plimented upon dinner recently. This house, formerly sessoo, will be tut follows\ Fred C. King, d t

Nelson's way., Tltitavllle, which! for she says she likes It better than any late Mr. Richards thank you for the kind ADDITIONAL LOCALS on 8th PAGE. owned and by under the the Plant System, I I. now room clerk; A. I>. Cashing and George/ t.
owned of Mr.J. .
Ming gotten In trim for the coming oft other place, and Is glad to see old Indian words spoken of him In the ADVOCATE; management I Durant, assistant ro.m clerks; I.. VMaxoo /.
Edward. The Hat of
who herewith ttlvsracsio, after an absence and best of all F. long dally : cashier Oeo M, King, and K. F. I'l
owner, > Is shortly expected Unite every word of I It was Pineapple Plantation For Sale. arrival would to ),'
seem entirely
his family, who will take cruise years la traveling through the true. His- home( life was beautiful, and That Justifythis Jardlner, bill clerks; II. A. Conner; Oeo.K. .
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town the East Coast. States. every child la the Eden section loved early opening. great aUrao- Schmidt and C. J. Perkins front
Pineapple plantation fronting In Sliver will usual be
on lion
Springs a* an
,
him for he clerks A. E. James and Oeo. C. Hlcb
was always) doing somethingto dlao ; k
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River 23 V
containing acres, acres Important feature of the Ocala saason.
Yacht for Sale or Charter. Stove Wood For Sale. make them happy. Il was necessary under oultlvatlon. partly ahedded. Good girds, night clerks; J. K. Mo Keen. and '
;
to have the funeral on Thursday and It 7 house also hnnse and The Rlvervlew hotel, at Merrltt, under Oeo. J. Hall, mall clerks; J... U. Barton + .
Leave your orders for wood at Carroll's was very largely attended. There were .>shipping room facilities.packing, For!& the proprietorship of Mr. J.J Wilkinson secretary and stenographer; J.: B. Johnson ,

The yawl Princess, 38 ft. overall,12 ft.beam store, Titusvllle. A. P. OBPBER.: about 23 Freemasons present, and deceased F. W. WILLBS psrtloulars Is one of the well-known and eosy stenographer: ; T. U..Lenebeo..t bead
4 staterooms dining room toilet apply, River and E. G. and r. G. Mo- i,
was burled with full Masonlo hon 7feb! Jensen hotel of Indian I I. now ready mok-keaper: Parry
to.,'for charter or sal*. Everything IDlratclaas Pineapple drawer I ors. There ha never been such a shocks Fla. to receive guest This horaa-ilk hotelIs Daon.ll assistant-book-keepers..

1 shape. Apply to his death was, la the pineapple sec on Merrill's Island, nearly opposite 4,

J. A. GILBERT: I wish to advise that I will be prepared tion." Protect Your Fruit Tree. Cocoa and Is almost surrounded by or- Orange ,
-m Eau Oallie Ma. to furnish pineapple orates tot season ana* and other tree. Al the Itlvarvlewguide I

; also wraps and nails. Will call on Lemon Seed Wanted. 700 MoParland Fruit Protection Co. *, dogs guns fishing tackle etc., Just received Isrje consignment of ;i iplain

Hillside Dairy Farm For l alLocated you soon. tents, all sices, at :JO per cent off regular can be obtained at short notice. Whn and fancy Orange Wraps, all .... s'I' t r
G. F. PADDISOJT, Ean Gallle, Fla. Florida Rough Lemon (freed, la any : prices; Immediate delivery; made by on the East Coast, do not forget the Phs fancy wraps are beauties. a

at Cocoa sod; Rockledge. This quantity. W, R. HARDCK, well-known McFarlaad process of waterproofing '- Rlvervlew. hotel, Merritt, Fla., and you 2t OBO. 1/. l'.ADDIIIOII', Eau Gallle. t

roperty Includes BO acre of land, arouse Launch Foe. 4t Jensen Fla. and mlldewprooflog; hoops, will be well pleased.On t. S
ii
stakes and furnished with each
of eight rooms,- furnished complete lamp our 7th page will\ be found the ad. Properties on Indian Hirer n
) ; dairy house, 16x30 feet, with The Cabin Launch Dawn 32 feet long, A Fine Home For Sale. lent, all ready to erect. The only absolute of the Magnolia Springs hotel Magnolia Bale. .
to For
protection >an tree againsta
cement floor, with separator and churn 7 feet beam draft 20 Inches drop sash orange/ Springs Fit., under the able management n
frera :No to behad at these
JUed to ran with power; 75 head of Jer- windows, forward mahogany finished A model southern home In South end more of Mr. O. D. Koavey whose fine 1

?ey milch cows' SO head of heifers, one throughout, 7 horse power Also Vapor of Brevard county on the Indian River. prices. Address, catering to the general publlo I f. known AT L-V OSAKOC. i
WI M. Bftowir Tltnsvllle Fla. Julia A.
span of mole,taros and stalls for the motor, speed nine mile per hour. In perfect 10 the center of the pineapple belt. Nlee (. pretty well all over the United States. 37 acre formerly occupied by

f cock, three wagon and one buggy. Also order. Used one season on the> East 9-room dwelling and out-bulldlngs. Ten This superior and first-class botel has taleman. Jacob
Pn orange grove of 200 trees, half of Coast of Florida Reason for selling acres l la fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, Desirable Property at ICockledge open fireplaces In all roomy steam beat 23 acres formerly occupied by '

*nlch are In bearing. For particulars, sadden death of owner. For price andfurther lemon.. Urn and grapefruit ......-maet and electric lights, ao.ll. 1 eosy, borne- N. Fe. ter. 1
For Sale. .
'lfidreee. ABTHCR LAPHAM. particulars apply to all hitve fruit on them. Beautiful yard Ilk. hotel It Is situated 28 miles southof AT TITVSVILL i''
, Cocoa Fla. 1 UODOSOJT BROTUKBM: and flower' garden. Will be sold at abarga'n. Jacksonville on male line of I'lsnt Property formerly occupied by Andrew "
For fail Located on Indian River,one mile from ( Gibson.
Eau Gallle, Fla. particulars address ] System as well aa being connected with
patof ice and hotels. Fifteen acres of AT SHABPES.
"C." {
Johns River steamer Read the ad.
Machinery For Sale. Care ADVOCATE Tltusvilla! Fla. !and, nearly fire hand red feet fiver front- St. ) 13 acre formerly occupied by Columbus
l Important Notice. age; high rocky bank with heavy natlv Among those who passed through Tttnsvlll A. Wllllard. r

Plant of woodworking' machinery,coo- hammock growth. Twelve acre planted last Friday, was Mr. Henry W. AT COCOA. '
ilstingofl gas and gasoline engine, 1 Established 1840. Geo. B. Carpenter Yawl for Sale. la eltrusi trees Including numerous Merrill the genial manager of the Hotel 1 4O-100 acres, formerly occupied by i

ueavy planer I jointer, 1 shaper, sand 01 t Co., Ship Chandlers and sail makers, rarletles of orange, grapefruit, tanger- loyal Palm, Miami, where h. was going Frank M. Fowl-
wheel, 1 small lathe, 1 large lath, 1 band also manufacturers) and dealers In everything Sloop, 38ft. on deck, 81-flft on keel, room, lemons and limes, varying Image to superintend the preparation of tbl 100 A-10O( acre formerly occupied by j
**w machine, 1 combination machine, 1 In Marine and yacht hardware, l1- ft. beam; draughtSft..; cabin from old bearing trees to three-year-old famous botolry for the opening;, which George J. Mercler.
foot mortlser, 1 small boring machine 1 200-203-JOt-306-20e: Water Street,, 14ft.{ headroom9t.. Two Aft. berths ods; gasses and bananas also la bear. will take place to-morrow, Hatnrday. Lot formerly occupied by Fletcher ill:. ( t

Jaw, 1 dovetail head, 1 large glueing Mr. R. A. LaPolnta Is making a trip bedding, stove, cooking/ utensils sad; and hydrant through th. grove. Attractive help arrived, and active preparations A'I' .D4I'1'IA.' 1

(tame Including all tools, shafting, pul among the coast cities of Florida, and dishes; 4 person; toilet. Two anchors, nine-room residence two cottages, have been !going on to get In readiness Property formerly occupied by John
leys and belts. (Cost $3,0110.00.> ) All will be glad to meet and talk with all cable, tender; good running rigging, paokloghoatool house, wharf andimall for' the busiest season the Royal Palm V. and A. D. Baird, 1
den! for above\ will\ be strictly confidential those Interested In Marina and Yachting new sails and patent steering /gear; 4 boat-house. Property well eared las aver enjoyed. The Royal rain ender Including Improvements and building f

and p..fereneeltiyeD In order reoelvf matter Mr. LaP lote expect to reach year old; don't leak. Grad reason for for and In good condition throughout Mr. Merrill' management has become oa all the properties. Address

+ :. until January 25th,. 1001.i Tampa about the 25th of January. AH selling. Address, Satisfactory reasosws for selling. For one of the most popular hotels laha HAIRY FISIIBR: ,
O. T. Bmrrnro's, letters nay be addressed to him at the G. V. !toGs... price> and farther Information apply to system and his host of East Coast :Merchant National Bank building, k

,.} N. Charlotte: St, SU"Augustine, Fla Tampa postofflce. 2t Box Jacksonville, Fla. "H." ear ADVOCA.TX, TKusrllle, Fla. friends. a* usual, extend to bin.a most Baltimore> Mat


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1 i r ten use: ngnt- lend to the last extremity.' At the Women Well as Men
beard of It.; he promptly as ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING
log and swore be would lick Colonel last extremity spike guns, blow up fort

r r'f MTE Q Tom Benton on sight. The Bentoni retire and fight again." Are'Made Miserable by ,
Early'on the afternoon of Dec! 23
P'iARL4? knew that Jackson would be as goodas ,
his word and went prepared. One 1514. three strangers. French loyalists Kidney Trouble.. GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.

I day while passing the City hotel In from down the peninsula were brought

Nashville Jackson saw Colonel Tom before Jackson to announce that the the mind discourages NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
Kidney trouble preys upon IWITJI
British had landed In force just below
It ItIt and his brother Jesse standing together; and lessens ambition: beauty, rigor
When the full hud
Orleans.
New
1 The story
general
at the main entrance. pal"cd and cheerfulness soon
1 1+ Nrt the hotel some distance, then suddenly been laid bare be drew himself up and p"' "": \6o .I disappear when the kIdneys -

It L turned short and stepped up to striking his clinched fist upon tbe table are out of orderor The Carder-Campbell Company

I +I IH Colonel Torn. "Now. you rascal" for emphsslsI rolled out the Immortal diseased. .
said be, "defend yourself expletive "By the Eternal! which Is Kidney trouble has ,
ever associated with Old Hickory la i'' become so prevalentthat
then armed with his
Jackson was his fiery moods. Then be added, "They It Is not uncommon Shack No. I, Foot of Main Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
riding whlp only. BCD toe. made a motion for a child, to be born
shall not sleep on our soil and. turning
to draw but Jackson anticipatedhim afflicted with weak kid- forWARREN'S
f -Southern Selling Agents -
with blanduess which fn a rough,
"I and.., with pistol at his foeman'a t -_ neys. If the child tirln- -
>\ I breast .backed! him through the hotelto bluff leader at that time ,was) almost ales too often If the BRAND and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND
Satanic he exclaimed to his BtnlT ANCHOR ,, GlUVB
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the rear entrance, all the time holdIng urine scalds the.-flesh or if when the child .. ,
jJ his life in/ bin bands Then Jesse "Gentlemen the British are below. reaches an age when It should be able to ROOFING. qabot' Shingle Stains and Deadening Felt National Paint
Renton! sneaked up behind and shot We blunt light them tonight!" control the passage It Is yet afflicted with .
down.A As Jackson rode out that night In the depend upon It. the causa of Worts' Structural\ and Technical Faints.
:J ;lacknon darkness Bending aids here and there the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first

IY slug and a ball from Jesse Ben- and everywhere with orders he' kept step should be towards the treatment of I DKRONDE'S "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
ton's pistol were In Jackson's arm and these This
Important organs. unpleasant
:. hissing through clinched teeth to him- ? !
when the that war had trouble due lseased --
shoulder news is to a condition 01 ino --=
been declared reached Tennessee. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
1 I'I'A ::
MAN\ OF ACTIONS
Within five days he tendered hla sere most people suppose HANNE BROSI .
Women as well as men,are made miserable -
-- ices tq) the government. l Issued a call to
with kidney'and bladder trouble,
his old and named a rendezvous.:
ANDREW JACKSON'S AGGRESSIVE troops)
and both need the same great remedy.The .
I I TACTICS IN THE HOUR OF COMBAT Exactly thirty days from the time the mild and the Immediate effect of Wholesale

If treacherous cilHslles laid him' low be Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It la sold Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp
f1 was riding to the rendezvous with bill by druggists In fifty. -
II* W.. a Fierce ".C.., and H.tre I, arm In a sling and too weak to mount cent and one dollar ,:: Brewing Company's St. ] .
of nivbody Spurred Him In All have .; "HI a ,."! Whiskey
You
I his bor.e'without help. Hostile\ Creek sizes. may a .
I I 0 Ilia Flgrli._VVHli Him Blow. LUoir. Indians and not British were Jackson'sfirst sample bottle by mill Louis Beer. Keg Trade '

free also pamphlet tell Home of swamp-Hoot.-
enemies, and at Fort Talledega
Our Specialty.;..
,[Copyright, loot, b/ O. L. Kilmer. after march, of thirty miles be fell upon Ing thousands all about of testimonial!It. Including letters many received of the ......ouse e c 1 1

--. NE day during the besiegers of the tort and swept III from sufferers cured. III wrlUnr Dr. Kilmer y

a raid by tin the field at one Wow.' Over 300 Creeks Sc Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.. l>e sure and 194 to; DLQOO: W"olst; .A.c1.aD:1S: : Stroot.
Infamous Tnrle- were killed and only fifteen Tennesseenns. mention this paper.

ton's rtrltUli Savago work Indeed! But J A.OE.SON"'V'XLLJD:: : rz. a

marauders a lit. with a man like'Jackson "war means

tlo North Caro- fighting, and fighting means killing;"

0111111 war or. the swifter the killing the quicker, one DYSPEPSIA ..........................

plmn went out BIde or the other must give in. Jackson .


i\'I:''II\\'!\ I y hr Into wit the an fields old never But gave the history in. of battles gives no .'For six years I was m victim of 47"p.p.laln : For $32O4 Full
I;, Its worst' form I could eat aos.Inbut <; Quarts :
blade I
scythe parallel of Jackson's' fighting energy atNew milk toast, and at times my stomach would
1 fastened to a Orleans. Ha rode Into the city not retain and digeat even thut Lost March I 0e
began taking i CASCAKKTS and since thee 1 OF THE CELEBRATED: 7-YEAR-OLD 0o
::11I I tick and laid worn down with disease and tbe fatigue have steadily' I Improved, until am as well as I
. It nround him of a long Journey in the saddle. ever was In tor :life."
I
B. MORFHT, Newark, O.CANDV .
DAVID
1 on the tifllw Before he slept he mnde a tour of tlie : Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey o
GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON IK 1333.:
oo.ls
euylutf, "mnrorfapil line nf loco I troops. And every
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"Oil !It you officer, scout, engineer;; and i aid elf, "I'll smash them so help me God!I" 0
Lotl'r. CATHARTICPleaaanl. We ship in Plain Fackajt. no mark. to Indicate content, which will
fl' At 0 o'clock that three bodies of .
Hrltlnhcrsl" when day
were billy within reach, wins under orders on duty. avoid all comment When :yon yet. it and test It, if it ia not satisfactory, return 0
1 Ii'1 the mime boy, who, though etlll a boy When the cry "Jackson has come!" Americans wore moving through tbe it a*oar exp.ne and your$3.20will. be chee.rullr.refullded.. This whiskey Is .
In In darkness to the foe Vlllere'aplantation. a. good as an: $3.00: (roods in the market. end can giveyonqulekerdellery
the officer corner
was an on .
r years, army, echoed through the threatened city : than distant bouses. We have been doing bnsinniw' In
A ,,::1 grown to full ninnbood threatened to 'hope took tbe place of sullenness and They fought until a heavy twaDg wits aMlaa.age this city and at the.amestand for itO ,...r., and as to oar reaponalblllly .

,Ii,'' '' whip; him for a trifling: offense. "All despair. It la true that he put on his fug obscured what \light there was said to the reputation editor of this for boueit paper.dealingwe refer :joa to any bank. oc merchant hereor .

right." auld the youngster; "but first and Jackson retired the troops to the
bold front with little to buck It up except SOLOMON & .
,' prepnre to meet .four (<;011.( "' tbe "ragtag and bobtail" of the Rodriguez cn 0111. lint he bad kept his LEVI,

1 I' / The boy wad Andrew Jackson, and streets. Then was ponslblllty of detente -word and fought tbe Urltlsb. The : ., Palatable I -.ra.r;: : Taate Good. Do I928-I93O First Ave., P. O. Box 3], Birmingham, Ala. 0dc

'. : his display 6f: spirit led to the predict and Jackson made up his mind, as sound of his nuns was like & war blast 3oo CONSTIPATION. ... ..
... CURB Company, buth.putnt.on llneeofntherexpreeenmpanie. we prepay only to pnlntawhr (
I tion. "AnU, w'm light his way In the he afterward declared that when the on the bugle of a highland chief. Jack. turtle! leaver Ceexeer.Ckleeie.Y. ......Sew let*.. Sll Southern Kxprj<: Company: tntnntorfi to Mild other company. W. "cannot uhlp .
was'. .fighting. 'and fighters C.O.D.Fries Hal b other footleou applicatton.When writing plea,.mention ltU paper*
world. ,It tva5 a long\ way tliut he worst came he would "fire the city and 890 sprang
ft" fought, to the very plunncle. of fame; fight, the enemy amid the surrounding. to his side from every levee and wharf 110-Tfl-Dflf* BM Sold 10't[naranteed& "'obaoco bf all liablt.drof-, .

rI I and power and the pathway wus flames," : and plantation.-; Then for the space of ..........................

;t l strewn all nlong with the broken'skulls' After Jackson had held up tbe British 120 hours the Iron strewed lion hearted I,

cc ttls AntagonistB. 'Jackson meet fur below the environs and was per hero didn't close biB eyes In sleep, lint GENERAL DIRECTORY.

K *t : noted 'nclilevt'tm'iits;, were'Wott because sonally looking after affairs/ at the spent day and night getting up men Oa.A.S.: ::SL-rr:: sit C C. ,

:'ffI ho'made the Issues pcl'sonagllta.! Its front, a messenger rode down with the and guns to."sweep the British Into
j 'was not ambition for the the river or bring, them prisoners, to u. 8. LANU OFFICE.H. 1117. ,, 'aI9 W. B.y st., JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.
j presidency. news that tbe legislature had decidedto 8. ("hubh..../........................Relll.tel'.
" t' ; that led to his stirring political campaign surrender the city. At the name' time New Orleans which be accomplished W. U.Kulilnaon... .Itoceivvr.Ofllcts .

k, .\'f;,i but the frenzy! of a war against Colonel Duncan galloped up and sold to'' as all tile world knows on Jan., S fol as Gaine.vllle'Florida.U. .

'I'( Clay, lie put down jiulUQcutlun more the general "The.go.rlwr awaits 'your lowing. Along; the cotton bale redoubts 8 SENATORS.: ,

CitlU'ouu his Tallsferro .'...., ,......... ...Jaofsonvllfe. 4
to aiapoBU of tliiiu to nntaffonlio orders, tbe first .warcry rang hissing hot with the J. P. FULL
Referring to message B.K. WMllory,...... ..................Pen aoola. FULIea.1
Iw' any Idea and in his war'on the'United the' Irate soldier lifted himself to full ,, old. Impatient refrain: "Give It to them
I': States bunk the enemy tie was In the and to'' boys! Let's finish tbe business today U. B. CONORK88MEM.
stature stirrups shouted' Robert W. Davis....... ............ ,.Palutka..
; an?r was Ulddlo, not the Institution. Duucnn.. "I don't believe the Inttlll1gcncc. I OJ1OROIC I* KlLlfXB.nerbtne 8.M. 81"u..m..n. ,................. .;......T.mpa. -
, behind haL' but tell till governor, that If they I: FLORIDA LEGISLATURE EXPRESS EXPRESS

( After till scythe blado! Incident Andrew (the legislature) persist to Mow tumup should be used to enrich and E.V. nimlok Palm Uearh. ..... ....:.Senator.. PREPAID 4 ( PlievAlu
,,' f t; : nnJ Ills brother Robert were !" Then he went ahead with his purify the blood; It cures all forms of K.B. RauleraoB, fort fierce.. ,Re P rc.entsttve. a.1 ZOIII

prisoners hi the hands) of Tnrleton and preparation to meet Fukvnhnm. blood disorders Is especially useful in EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

snffervd the neon cruel liuinlllatlon and Fighting mad himself Jackson Inspired feveis, skin eruptions, boils, pimples, Wni.H.! .lennlngn" ............:.......Oovemot.. ,

r y outrage. Borne of the family who others with his awn fierce rage. blackheads scrofula, salt rheum and ev. Jnu.JainesH.: L.Crawford.ecretary Wbltfleld:' ... .....Treasurer.Wm.H of State.. \1.tQ i I

' know all about this recalling his temper It was as though bin hands again held ery form of blood Impurity; It Is a safe Lnmar.......... ... ..Attorn..y.H..a.I.. I
and. iffectual cure. Price SOcta. B, R w N ..'.Supf. Piilillo Instmotlon.U. opts
1 I In after life, would odd( "I'll bet that runty scythe blade In the Carolinas Wilson\ ,: Son. E.McLIn...... .ComniiMloner Aprlonltiire.AlonotC. ." -I .
,, Andy thought of Tarleton that day atNew and the obstacles In his way were the (-room......". ,..(...m..lroller.J. '
"' .Clifford R. F outer' ,...... ...Adjutaut-Oeneral..
Orloiini. lint 'Jllckll\)1I was more old< Carolina weeds Incarnated with Jobn Bradford.,........,,..HurvejorJeneral. I Doz. n'n'T vlo
i; n thnn vindictive./ Every show of antutfonlHiii. British hearts: It may lie, too that he Appropriate.D'AuberThia R. E.' Roes....... ......... .State 'CliomUt.Uinces t ( .YI '
IH "
tit! I TallabaM
Florida.
Inpdseapewanted
at
UI I lmt\ >dlnieut or challenge did then and there recall Tarleton'aprison ;
brought out an impetuosity( which was pen'' with-Its horrors and Insults. you to suggest! : n title for. BrrRESECoilt!: JUDGES' DELIVERED FOR I of

nothing short of It Ills Crltt<'ek-I1'm! Rather Impressionistic MII'' Mabr,.......;.:.,..; .,., .....Chlor'tliutlea.F .
.11 vilge. was not. standing orders to tbe governor : Why net call It "Homer* II.Carter.'...<.i.... >..>"..i'.Auocla.t4I JiMtlee.. QtsO
;, "He sure you're right, then go; ahead," the council, the citizens.and the military :' M.r.Ttylor..Mi..j.i.v.v.RAILROAD ,. ,M WI292 J'seAlrenta
O'Auber-"lIome
Why?
with bint lie thought lilt was always men were. "Await nothing but attack COMMISSIONERS

S rig-fat! and meant to get In the first the British whenever and wherever Crltteek-Because there'a no place H.K. Hay phalrtnan;.'...1...:.:.OalnesTllla.

blow. He could arbitrate. only with the they appear." Wbea the British like Philadelphia Press. J'L.-Morgan.ae.) .. ,..: .1.J ...:ar.e.rlw.Iaalmmae.y,3r ".;- ......;JS't.'J..perl;. for the ablt. Jttrewlnsr.

ti red sword of victory In hla own hands., ships sailed. Into the outer lake sweep A- for b John 3-.M.ftl'3'I'JI.I*, "" ., 'stork l ,_ ..Arraillav., :: -

Jackson was quick to shoot, quick In ing tne little Loatalana fleet from the C. Williamson of tmherst go.W Va.: Headquarters, alitf offices at Tallaaaeaeet. tl'q! .,,, J -'V ,iJv v Jp v l JVw vW J '

battle and quick In the political arena. men. he sent word to the commander ofa says: "..or more than, a year I eulfer'eclfrom L "C ILl1r."Opit. w" ;

y. One of his boyhood's wnr lessons was chain of forts below the city to "de- lumbago. I tried Chamber- Minor II.Joni,Tltuavllle"ClreuttJullge.:: '

"y learned at the bottle! of Hanging lock" -- --- -.-- lain's Palo Balm and finally It gave me entire J.I)81'rlng'l"erm-Fonrth Regies!! Orlando .I'WMieciulnfr Monday. In 'April.. Attom.,. Nlhe.. ERB1NE

I,, where the American horsemen who How many snoth rs realize that when relief, which, all other remedies bad failed: Fall firm-Fourth Monday In Novembdrie ) .. .

were to ride In and then dismount Qod the baby's advent is expected they need to do." Sold. by alt druggists and TiHwfr-1' ,. "kEY1RDo. : rl. '\' ''ix'J..J)' .'''-' 'q..., : I r ths.'r"
finish the business afoot.'"leaped}! from strength lor two instead of one. Women cine dealers.. ", *'.b-Penney?;"""'. .". ..WiS0111' :-' '
AtornesyA.
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weak, nervous "just able ., ....Frosecntlnir. .
to drag amse E. Andrews" ,. '
I their horses a hundred yards too late. around." and themselves confronted .A...tttewartrtf.-i M4Y..t.: ..,;:: :fl! .nty Clerk.HpruiR of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
This he took as a hint tbat In every with coming Baahrnl "Kid" Nlefcolo' nru--Beconil Mnrida*In May "' '. ij
maternity. They have Nichols Is about the only Bummer Term-Second Monday In August,
contest It Is better to be too 'pitcher
early by '
1 not strength enough for themselves, bow Fall Term-See"nd Monday In NoTmTwr.Winter all thePeople
miles than to be late a single step can they have strength to give s child? Boston League player who has not yet Tenu"-Second Monday February !' REGULATED$ the liver Bowels
'! Sometime Incksoli's) Impetuosity( was W. don't look for the birth of strong asked for a raIse. lie baa done as Wellas 'COUNTY SCHOOL BOARb.' Stomach and ,

to Hi discredit but the provocation ideas from a weak mind. Why should any other pitcher .In tbe team and R.E. Mlrns,Snpfflnteedetit..Bonavehtuw: '.' '. : :' n Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood
,I He fire we expect the birth of strong children will no>> doubt aeek more money. M mber>< J.M. Dixon,,ebalrroan,TltoeTllle; ,
was great opened Bovler.
f1, on from weak mothers? R.Mr AnUrews. ,Coeoe;,C,t\ Platte,Fort Fierce
the oiallgner of hla wife, lu the crowded Suffer i ORES
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Tbe to health and COUNTY COMMI6HIONBR8.J. Malaria Biliousness
p 1 street, roaring out the anathema way .ensure strengthto The propertlea'of Ballard's Snow Liniment C. Constipation,
; mother and child R. Walkerv'ehalrman.-TltosTllMf John'IL' 1
"Great God. do you mention her sacred ia to use Dr. Pierce'. poMesa a range of usefulness greater Mint Indlanolai IL.A.Conklinq' TllJmani John from Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased .
a
i than other A seldom '
name?' In the celebrated Dickinson Favorite any :remedy. day C. Jones,'WfMMll.y J. Frank Hell,. White City.IteRiilar .
'1 Prescriptionas passes In every household, especially sessions are held flret Monday In each
,L duel, where Jackson was severely a' preparative for where there are children, that' It la not month. Every Bottf. Guaranteed to 6tra Satisfaction.

:! wounded and his antagonist killed.. motherhood. It needed. Price 23; and 50 cents B. U. BREYARD COUNTY OFFICERS._
LAIi670u: : TTXom.: .. .M1aLLa0a :D.
Jackson wanted tie meeting! immediately brings the mother's Wilson Son. reaney.Tltasrinei.' .. County Juiln,
strength to the : 1'ic' .Andrawa, Tltumdlej, i:::::. .Pros Liver Prlo OO Cent
after the challenge passed. Dick up A. A.. StewartTltnsullle.... .....'County Clerk. :
inson's seconds asked for a week's delay requirements of nature ,..amoklag le a, Crime J. F. WootenCocoa.....". ........Tax A_ ..r.
), so that she baa There la one In the world F. W. Hall.Tltnavtlle..............Tax Collector. : Prepared by JAMES P. BAlLARD St. Louts, Mo.
because the* had no pistols. ready. strength to give her country F. H. Hoye,Tltnavllle.... .............Tra ,irer. ...
Jackson wrote: ;rtf you cannot obtain child. It nourishes where It la considered a crime to.000k. R. E. tlno.. Honaventure.. ..... Bunt.1iib. In.'. .

St pistols, we pledge you choice of oura the nerves and so .. Abyssinia Is the vtgfcn. and J.. 1 O.'.trowo.Frlee, Tftu.vtlleCounty Titu.rtlte,.....:...........Purreyor.J. ..Sh rllI'..
Let me hear from you Immediately." quiets them. It en the law forbidding tobacco date from T.J. Cock.hutt LaGrange.R"rl.tratioa Officer* IF YOU WANT
A..e
Dickinson although a crack shot courere. a natural the year 1042. ,It was at first merely TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL. I :

simply, wanted time to practice. The appetite and induces Intended to prevent priests from smoking 3M.; Dixonmayor! R. E. Minis, Jr., marshal
morning! of the duel he cut a string In refreshing sleep. In the churches, but it was taken and tax oollnctor' : W.a. Hranomir.: clerk. and:
"Favorite treasurer John Henry, tax aiueaior, : R.
1 two it eight paces, the distance agreed tion makes Prescrip too literally, and nowadays even foreigners Walker, ill.;.A. Morgan, O. F.Duren, S. O. v.I..ndlnllb.m Lot
upon for flrliijr, Jackson knew hU ad weak have to be careful not to be tad J. L. Carrutbrn, councilmen ...Building
women and .
strong The couucll: meets first Tuesday In each month ,
, versary's skill but be declared that If sick women well. seen smoking.
T1TU8YILLB BOARD OF TRADE.
be (Jackson) had boon shot through the There i la alcohol
I' /: no G. M.Robblna preitMent t J. M. Dlxun. treaaorer. or a lot with, a BUILDING READY FOR
brain he would still have lilt Dickinson. In "Favorite Prescription Remarkable Cure of Croup. J.O. """t,"aecntary. Meeta aecoml Wetlnea OCCUPANCY
Dickinson got In the first shot and and it !ia <.lay night In each month at their rooms. LAND FOR AX ORANGEf GROVE

I broke two of Jackson's ribs but the doe free from opium cocaine A little Bo '. Life 8."*... FREE ASD ACCETTED MA8ON9..

termini fighter only clinched his and all other narcotic. : I have a few words to say regarding Indian. River Ixxlire, Mo.m.holds Its meetings PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN
"I w}.h to let you know the great benefit. Cbanlberl ID'a Cough It tha second sod fourth Friday evenings or each
i teeth and took deliberate and deadly my ( Remedy. saved We
wife have for ,
derived probably Bale
through taking your Favorite little boy's life and I feel that I month at their lotlg* room near court hones, Just what you are seeking.
14 elm When Jackson heard that Dickinson jTracrtptlon,' write. Mr. Robert Harden of my cannot at TAO: o'clock p. ul. J. R. Walker, W, M.i
Brandon. Manitoba, Bern ttj. Jt waa when praise it enough. I bought bottleof ".A. Morgan,8eo'T.! Settler ire bnt'stlll' art
was dying, be offered to.,. m ud the her. baby: can,.. We h.d heard ao much of It from A. K. Steere of Ooodwln flocking In there U rocrtn. It you
aid of surgeons and give a bottle of Tour medicine that nir' wife decided to try It S. ORDER nr R4STER' -avaR......_
U may aay wires U., and when' I pot home with It the poor looking this drop a line to
my thlrty-lhW. way
was
wine, but be hurried from the- scene and and thfa was her, drat. cUU up. ah* commenced' baby oouUl hardly breathe. I Rare the. Trlemlablp Chapter,X... 11.holda Its meetings. .
wouldn't allow\ \ the to take 'Pavortl' five In the MaKonle Loilire room, Tltnaville.t on the
dying: WilD, BO proud Pracrlptian months be medicine as directed ten minutes
fore her child every fineTnemlav In each month atSiaoo'olovk m. JAS. E. VIC'p.Pre.ldent
waa born. We have sloe p. ; INGRAHAM 3rd !
et his marksmanship to know that his air( and. we behave that Ills wu. a mainly healthy owinr until he"threw up" and then I thought soil the third Tnuailar. In each" month at 7 do
shot had really taken effect Vet with iothe Favorite I'rflocnpot.'n,' taken. faithfully sure he was golngta choke to death. We o'clock p. m. The '.following.. the offlcer" of FLORIDA
,.. EAST COAST
the lod, M
O.Bobbins, RT
according-, direction ": worthy matron
We hall
.J.1 I his tvrvclty Jackson! could be noble ommend I!wherever we can.* certainly rec had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth l>..R. K. VTIImin. worthy patron; Mr. H. R.;
IB a quarrel. After be bud< come to Dr. rierce's In great long strings I am positive that Wilson oaooalaut. matron; sir. F. A. Morgan ST: AUGUSTINE. EL '
: Common Sense Medical If I had not got that bottle of rrawnrari Mr. R. C. Bcrimmonr, secretary: -
mwer the Heuton made !It plain Inttllr Adviser, paper covers U sent free oa cough %ll.aKate:: Stewart, conduct,...; Mm. John A.
medicine, my boy' would not be on earth lltigliea. _late rnnrtnrtreaa. Mra.J.3.
treatment ScreTn
of a protege of the receipt of -
gcnsul at one-cent stamps to pay too.la1'-Joel' Demout Inwood, Iowa. .. >dahMr J. R. Walker l'tntbSirs.' F. A. THE ADVOCATE JOBlRJMTING'oWlCPrlata
that his own judgment and Infillwe expense 01 mailing only. Address Dr. For sale by' all druggists and medicine Morgan" Tti'ther; Mrs.0..... W. Scohle Martha
.were challenged. When Jackson R. V. Pierce Buffalo. N. Y. dealers. Nr.. T. Marshal; Mr.. W M.
'WoodwarU, lUevta.. all kind of Coannerolal: : Jtitlonery( Wedding Stationery, Cards :Bill EIC








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EO. M. LABBINSp. '. ECZGZMA The XViiy at also 8rln4 Wa. .......- New nrorrallln ol Good Color and JflSoIt\,1\

I ITCH IS TORTURE. fully Worked In l'arl>. a Fr*. Hloomvr All '\Vlntrr.Brownlila I

VTTORNET' AND COUNSELOR A number of Parlalnn financiers were pl'Ct.Mn major In n recently Harness
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AT-LAW.. the blood s gdinycontact humor with the in recently defrnudetl of a very considerable "- introduced and unusual variety ii n' I:

In State and Unl ted States skin and producing great redness and in- euui of moqay by n swindler who of>> this pretty: plant. It la. valuable asa Tim '( ."
practice make bas
ill Aammationlittle relict for the of bill srbeute entirely out ynar
; pustular eruptions form success .._ I
Court. basket plant which will bloom M son aa a Klova.nil ,
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which upon the peculiar properties of "" .. tough .a win bp r
throughout the whole winter. GardenIng nuns EI'tlKK A ..... 11arI1
Office at TITUBVH.LE, FLA. dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin is Iodide of IItll reh. Posing as a man of 1 vi .. a Oil. You maloniuim I"
hard, dry soil fisal red. Eczema in any considerable "wealth whose money was 47r Illustrating It. remarks that It Is igti WI lia llfo-.........
form is hut twin. a* long M II ,
t6rmentinK, atubborn disease a great acquisition to the list of spring
L. OAULDEN, tied up lu such a manner that be could onttowUwould..
and the itching and burning at times are not rt'llllze'Ithou henry losses! ) and market plants; the flowers aiv much :
almost unbearable ; the acid i
burning'bumor pretending to hare the option of some J.
ATTOKNBY.AT-LAW, seems to ooze out and set the skin EUREKAHarness
I I"lIIrra.otloe on fire. Salves, washes nOT other exter : valuable concessions In China be obtained -
In all the Court or the State I '
\\ nab applications do any real good for ss various large amounts of money
the United State Court
florid,and long ax the poison remains in the blood In exchange for bills dated to stand Oil ::1

I 1.0 Bo*.235. TirCSVItLE, FLA. it will keep the skin irritated. for three months.
malt. ..a poor looking bar-
BAD FORM OF T&TTCR. No one for a moment-suspected that r y'' !)_ Ilk' n.<... Mate l of
WEBB there pure. ....*" IxMltwl oil. .. G V
J "For three year. I was anything In the lenst degreeihady .prapmil+ to wUtil .
had Totter caused" about the man or his transactions kcllI .:= .. weaiber. +
band*, which ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\r, them to mil to twice and when be made It public that Pull Sold vrrwharla ]
their natural.. Part i oana-all saw.
he bad been successful In selling his
I Will practice In the Courts of the 7th of lha time the oil....* ,4, V "
lreult. Tares paid for non-residents. was In the form of run. Chinese concession at a, large profit' his / Mitf b| STANDARD OIL CO.

Jiid rents and accounts collected. fill nine aorea, :.7n.r in F creditors felt absolutely certain that Ms*. FaxvK: CAKTKS. I 4t,
end .
memuch ... :Mw
diacom fort. Pour ii he would meet his bUa.To a MrrlU a .Ameabury, I
SVILLE, FKOBIDA. doctor rid the Tepee their Immense surprise however. mla leU- should catty FatbandOonvloUon Some of our down-river reader hare
bad pro.;re.M-d too far 'o thSHoa.'b forgotten the fact that this office is fully ;
to be aural and they when they came to' look: through their m {
ot mil 810k sVoftttMt. equipped to do all kinds of job printing. i
D. rENNEY, could d, nothingfor papers to find the bills they only found +
.. Advertising And Job printing helps us to
m I fjok: onlybree: 'I sufiered with inflamanatton and
bottle. of S. e. 8. and hills with blank: space In tIN place falling:: of the womb and other disagreeable publish .a newspaper worthy of the East }y r

ATTORpJBY-AT-LAW, TU wee completely wa fifteen cured. where the swindler's name should nave I female weaknesses. I bad Coast and all we want Is a share of It. a !

ago, and I have serer ycara been and bad actually, been.. They I bad spells every two weeks that would 1 Ii 1
ITtrI"rLLIC, i. FLORIDA. 01.. .?!.. ** .q.ig.' .' ny old troabla."-Mas. clamored round" him for an explanationof last from eight to ten days and would .

C1I1 practice In all the courts of the 7th .. .JACVOI, 1414 McOe: ...Kaaaa City,MwS. the strange affair but be dented thai hava' to go to bed. I .also had head-

s.- S. neutralizes this acid poison he had ever given any of tbem bills and avche, and backache most of the time, KIDNEY DISEASESare 4
Judicial Circuit. cools the blood and restores it to
a healthy, defied. tbem t4I sue him for repayment and such bearing down pains I could
natural state and the rough unhealthy hardly walk..ro.. the room at times.. .
oC .the loans, and the fact that tile bille I ,
akin > ,
smooth and
ORGAN & JONES, JOB* cure Tetter clear., Bry.sipcla 7.re .cvoU.of., the, .wlndl r'. ,.slgnan J.about doctored,two years nearlyall) and seemed the time to grow) for the moist fatal of all died I

becsOlDeasSOfto *, psoriasis Salt tore rendered tlrem. absolutelyworth- worse all the time until last September M01TAU.IA rVOtOBA MASoa.larger lauLFOLEY'SIfiTJII4

REAL ETIA'4E,4ND: INSURANCE, S Rheum sad all skin less I was obliged .to take. my bed, and the'
than those
diseases due to a poisoned The matter. was put Into tbst bands.of|, doctors thought 'an operation\ was the,. of the old B data
Lean, Notary Public. condition of the would but and several shades ,deeper In colon, It I Ior
; the police; who ,were' able to discover, Waly thing that" lielp.ms,
ollectlons, Typewriting, Stenography. blood. Send for our book and write. that In signing the Mil tbe maD had' this t refused to have don. Bowers abundantly.: and being of free
shout your COM. Our. physicians have advised to the growth. can be pinched hack .
used ;> solution of Iodide of starch.which .. Xhen a friend me try /requeat.ly -
Trrnsriu., FLA. made these diseases a life study and con which I and and '
Plnkhscq medicine did. thus brought Into desired
help by their advice bake; when tires used for.writing, ap:, '' any money refunded: C I&- io$
you ; we no after using the first bottle'I began toImprove. form;I' It'' propsvgat readily; from cut
r EO. A. WORLEY charge for this service.All correapondencsi pears much the same .as ordinary ink.. I took in all fire bottles ofLydia. tinge though probably' more 'eoonomIcallji remedies recognized by aJII.e. i
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is conducted in strictest confidence completely disappears In the COII rs*
-4 : E. Plnkham's Blood Pttrtflor
the for
_7 from seed. &st.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA M. or' a few weeks" aDd although:;.tnu-e four boxea of Lydia E. Piakham's Dry grown Bent physicians as .

ATTORNEYATLAW.eneral of the chemical, rnaJ.ellbeetJllentlJ': be Form Compound three betas>> of Liver Kidney and Bladder tsohiils r '

practice InState and Federal discovered nothing can maker the wrltleg PlUs and treed three packages Of Sanative SETTING FRUIT TREES.. PRICK, ion a.4 I' CU
Courts. All business entrusted will Wash and I ana as well now as J ''
his
A NEW THING show up .rala. Finding- that ; -
IN APPLES. ;
receive .... .... II. .WILSON J5! ,.8CN' l
prompt attention. victims bad discovered' his tnetaod the ever was. 1 am more than thankful A. .f Pail '.... .f : .

eneral Counnel for.the Tuttle Estate, ......... PIPala Cr..br.d Apel_ schemer decaiqped.deapte| the tint very day for Ply cure."-MRS. FHA.MB: Growth ,livl.si Wl.. 'awe b'l l s

Miami; I ............ sadY.rg .__......, that the cbaoos of the police obtuior, C.4.TB. 8 Merrill St.. Ameibury, Mam, think there Is no" better 'time for WeddingStationery.. .
MIAMI FWRIOA.J I setting fruit trees-than'the fall from -
The new seedling apples shown In an tug a conviction. against him were" verv aooot.peMM.P.Nptee! The AKVOOATR having received a aloe

I engraving from American Agrtcultur-. remote {Indeed.; .11' P1.... ,.,... ...., the time the leaves have fallen until lot of the latest type ana ;stationery,' Is
JAMES J[ ANDREWS, let mark su. epovb making event of 'un the< ground frees, says 1 the Boston now prepared to execute on short notice; '
Cultivator though)I >_'n do, not knew
usual Importance in' American pomol- r Wedding" Invitations, Announcements, ,
W VE$ WATER. \ .
ATTORNEY-ATLAW.: Of I. bat[ It Is better than the early spring and Lades'vl.itingcarda.. OlYeuaJo.r .
They were selected
typical
Halo office and poatoffice address, TITUS'IVILLI. oaf as the HIGHWAYS -OP NORWAY. It one can obtain from a nearby; ,n.rsery ord......
specimens from a collection of some 20 Slow/drivers 44w at rate of tbrr >
Branch oboe at Foal PIEBCB:, varieties exhibited Mr. 8 W. ..... ..I ......... ,trees fresh dug and.does not allow ''
by to seven miles an hour !!*>... .I -- t> -Job Printing of all kinds' executed
roeecutiogAttorneyfor, Brevard Co. Underbill at the recent annual meet The amount of water flowing out tif .*i...i4 Sr..._ mt Radar. toe roots to freese or dry up before he at.the An'VOC1AT.OmC.. Send your order. i
sets them. Out when one sends fortlem .
Notary .Publio>> State at Large. ing of the Eastern New York: Horticultural tbe Nile I. sixteen times that Clt tIM When ODe travels In Norway, lie Is .
In the spring be may get 'trees
society. to adopt primitive meson of JPho
Tbames.. compelled that .were dug in the fall'and bare II.A..ULI.t!
TEPlIEN :X. FOSTER, The Journal mentioned says: The English. rhannel Is nowhere more I transportation.,, and that's the charm of been kept In a cellar daring the wlnten moat healing;.....in the inrorM**

For CO years or more the beet and than 000 feet > 'p. The Irish sea .to It,,. says W.. E. ,Curtis In, Chicago Re*. The roots may look>fresh If the cellar', I
; most attractive Newtown .Plppln. ont-II rald.j There are plenty of rivers Line. i I
A'tTOkNEY.AT.LAW. 2.13O test deep ; -damp enough. ,' bat they will .have Clyde Steamship
Sims! Building grown In America: came from Croton The largest gulf.In the world la th* and lakes with "damp iheep" upon lost something of their' vitality. and. are. I
Point and brought almost fabulous of Mexloo-tWOOOO miler them-that's the Norwegian word for Tickets and reservations via the Clyde

jACKso.fvic.tK FLA. prices In England, one shipment clearing gait Almost twice M big as the square bay: of Iton- steamboat-but If you want to BO In any slow topIL.w. 10.ft"rt1n8. growth of either rootsor Itesmshlp Line can be secured of CII... l

barreL Home direction must take a ear II. Walton, at the AOTOOAT .offloa' Tl- ;
as high as 918 per other :you
do not gtre plant. credit enough nsvllle.. >
w.; ALLEN, 12 or IS years'ago Mr. .Underbill noticed galTh. Parana .f Brash and Argentina sage: or. If there are only two of you, for growth made during tbe winter,
that the constitutional vigor of a Dative cart called a stolkjsrre: or, If '
VATTORNEYATLAW Is 2.800 miles In i length and after the even when the ground is froaen. 'Wehave Testimonial..
his trees was waning and he concludedthat Amazon la the largest river In South you are alone, a carriole, which Is a heard some assert that 'a plant -
kn WEST FLOBIOA. the only to perpetuate the ex-: sort of Bulky. The arrangement are
way
America. cannot grow In frosen soil, but a little James C. Wlgnall, Boat Builder, No. 015 ,
l) Will practice In the United State. Tb shallowest of all seas are tbe perfect, and the roads are floe. Everything I observation will' show that tbe .rhu Warren Sk, Kensington, Pblladslphla.

iml State Courts 9jun9oI Baltic and tbe Adriatic, which average Is under government supervisionfor herb' asparagus, tulips and some-otherof J. O. Walton, K.(|., Tltusvllle, Fla. t
r the comfort and convenience ot Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Ma.
.ard. and bulbs forcing
only forty-tbrea and forty-Ova- our early plant. are
I travelers,, even the scenery, which la nine* are In nee In my boat shop, andre
0. FRIES, C. E. depth respectively' their way upward before the soil i
Invention of
sublime. You can ride all day wltbouta regarded as an great
Askal Chin In Tibet la the lake has thawed. The temperature of the utility. It saves time and labor and Is
Jolt for the ronda are us bard aa
I COUNTY SURVEYOR. which lies at a greater height than any and smoother than growing plant la higher than that 'of of great service In calking light boats t

I Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. other In tbe world. Its level In 10.000 asphalt pavement tie forth. .o4.IC<) l, thaws Its way out. where beauty of flrlsb la desired, and Ik
tapping neatly done. Estimates for feet. The lowest I. the Dead -- most of Itt.for In!! our c tips. the sipbal ward. evetTW a* hot Iron" thrust up. doell not bruise the teams like the old t

ill kinds of engineering\ work. Dis- 1.29O feet below... level. pavements'generally' have"plenfy 01 ward might do. "*' :r. method of calking 1 cheetfully reoom.

bated lines ipeolalty. 4 places that need repnlr. In setting new orchards do I hot bel mend II as well adapted to moet the ordinary

'ITUATILLZ:. Br"va.rd Co., FLORIDA. A ....1.1.. Retort. I suppose that when tbe United too much Influenced by tbe descriptions requirements of the trade. '
of States la a thousand years old we will Youri'truly JAB. C. WIOKALL.Mr. .
Sir William :'o1t'n'I1ltb.cbld Justice In tbe catalogue or by recommendations
have such ronda In for Wlftoall's Uxtt .
shops
our country are adjoining
S. EURNUAM, M. D. Ontario. Canada was formerly every In the newspapers.. Even
N. NEW TOWN PIPPIN CROHBBKZD APPLKfl.cellencle .. rood roads are the growth of centuries frsmp's ship-buildlng,rds.. He U build.
- prominent politician a. well a. a ra- If honestly given they may be mislead Ina the boats for the men-of-war that
SURGEON and SPECIALIST. of the Newtown was by reproduction moue lawyer. Q. was especially noted and are not
from w-ed. Out of hundreds for bill ..UceE''' as prosecuting attor' In a hurry. Julius Cross r-or was It best for New England and New York:, 3T"For sale by Jas. Prltohsrd A Son.

Ear, NOM and Throat. of barrels he selected a peck of the Del and few criminals escaped conviction U.Dnlba17tartt tbe flood road. the Dal wln; Oreenlng Snow Spy and y

,VIST PALM BBACH, FLORIDA. most perfect: specimens! and from the when be addressed< the jury. movement lu southern Europe, and In others, are of but little value In south Foley's Honey and Tar
seeds of these he raised a considerable During one of his political campaign Norway It began lu the days of tbe ern or even In central Pennsylvania or (
--------- of tieedllugs. In addition to viking. Tile national government/ here heals IUDs IUId stops the eovgt.
number be was speaking at a DH'etlnc-' .. the _....f tbat.ltiM. They either becomea
this b.- grafted" In the tops of some city of London bis-native. town. The took charge of the highways In 1025 fall apple or fall prematurely or -

firgimaHomesYou! Newtown trees Northern Spy Rhode audience was) turbulent and lie was and has been extending: and Improving perhaps fall to grow at all. Sect such h

Island Greening Russet and other varieties. frequently' Interrupted.' Finally a. vole them ever since.It varieties as 'are known to do well In ,
These different kinds were allowed bla I. generallythe rule that the best soil' Give h
fpftru tbe gallery cut Into one of the vicinity upon similar a Ferry'.L--
tOJleth >r..nd crows fer "'oCV roads) are found In countries where than
to grow ( finer flights with a sarcastic preference to trees Dot more two
learn all about Virginia Lands till. naturally. In other casts artificial and get your hair; eat]I'* their construction. la difficult. You ran years from bud or graft and then give good crop.. rood I I'I.rope ,
Its make more sue.toss..o
mode of out drive anywhere on our western prairies
resources products, ; pollination was pre tk-tod. his ba them good not trying to force' too
cross Sir William, who wore |( care each r setb. '
tlvation, prices et!. by reading the : but through the Norwegian! mountains }I
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Send Contrary to the theory held by many somewhat longer than .la usual was much growth. but keep&Ac tbem .rope sad seetomers hove I
VIrginia Farmer. lOcts. has no direct Influence a roadway ton to be hewn out of grown areste. Thars the
for 8 month subscription to the that cross pollination stopped hy a burst of laughter. But the rock*. healtbynd_ thrifty, aer.t.rlk., Perry some.,
farmer Co.,,Emporia, Va. on the fruit but only on Its as soon .. he was .b..,to make blm More Ferris e4e .014 $

seed. Mr.: Underbill soon noticed that self. (Iwardbe turned the laugh and won ............. Anlee sad sown than sal otherDYSPEPTICIDE

[rAVE YOU 8E1N THE WALTON some of- the Newjowns bad -clearly the audience by this. reply "My friend Whosoever bum suffered from piles This quest kM< Is got emed sosnewhat hiss. 5014blsIlded.e.uMs..d .
knows how gainful' and troublesome they Asw5M FazEIP'OhorrryaOw
Rapid Cslkerf If not call at the storeof marked characteristics of Northern If I'm not mistaken! lye bad :your Tabler'a Buckeye Pile Ointment Is by httltifdee. la southern latitudes

Jas. Prltohard A Son. Tltu vlllo. Spy others of Rbode' 11land.' Gl'ft'nfnjf hair cut before thlsr ew York Com are Nnar.nteedtocure l pile Price 6UO1IIn |I.,. fall or the early part of the winter Wsaq ,

It U an srtiole; that should be In the and ftlll others of Ituiwet The semh merclal Advertiser.rmlmttmm.. bottles tubes 75cis. Wllfton Hon.An way txr Haft' for planting but In most

po sewlon' of every boatbnllder and of these characteristic specimens were of the states. early spring/ consideredthe

yachtsman. Read the teatll'lonlal" planted' In nursery rows., where. ,they to.*>..! Raw.. better tune, Fall pLalltlulf., a. tbe 1' o
from
Gr.t--law boatbullders. were left to pqw .wlthout.any specialcare. The direct caner of fainting a dl An unusual rate was advertised to Jt'f'tIuD; against rt/thal tbe roots of a '

Finally they were planted rout mtnUIxHl circulation of blood through be run at Rlpou. In Yorkshire In 1723f tree do nut lakt buld of the ground

In poor sandy laud and left to tb.m- tbe brain. To revive a person who has "Tt lady's Plate,' of (IS value, by tutflul *ntly to supply enough 'moisture" The'sr+.4o.. a M to Dit\ SflON. '

selves. Two year ago several of them fainted It la necesry th..rvforvy to alter any horse that was no more* than flve to maintain a healthy settee<< circulation .

A Sample copy of one of' the beet farm produced their first fruit and the'spec- this condition .. quickly a. possible years old tbe last grass. Women to be of the sap which Is required to The Largest: and Most Co:" i rL

send !wens Illustrated. herewith are from the la order to do this the IndirWunl' the rider. Each to pay a guinea en prevent sbrlvfllug of the branches uur- |lolete Establishment South.
pets will
published free. If you second crop. should be laid quite flat tbv. bead on a trance. Tare bests and twice round lag wlnt..,'.. rstrinivol\.' and eibaustlr .

ur name on a po.tal, card mentioning 'The specimen on the left hand side In level with the body so that tbe feebly the common for a beat." evaporation, front trying CEO. S. HACKER & SON q1 q1t

'I.! paper.' I the picture Is Newtown Ptppln-Oreen- acting heart will not have to propel the wln.ln.-O. D. Bracket

Ing. a large roundish apple dull green blood upward. The neck and chest Ireland baa 4<>ft ablebodled personsto

Tine PLOWBOY Co., core fairly open, like Greening; aromatic should be exposed! fresh air admitted J 1.000 Inhabitants. Scvtlaad 424 and Tr'.. Vp ....._ ....._

Atlanta, Oa and aubacld. flesh fairly line textured freely water sprinkled on tbe face and England 43Z Where the snow Is liable to drift and

and quality good. The fruit to the stimulating vapors, such all ammonia. tank up over raspberry cane., breakIng -

right Is Newtown rippln-Northern Spy.It held at Intervals tbe'nostrils. When The hardest thin? to nod I. an honest them down. It I.rood/ plan to

resembles Northern Ppy: quite closely there la difficulty' In restoring animation partner for a wludle. group them In bunches and tie the tops I-

.' s :J1a.. : _.J .
blotches-mph.andother
nvr. .. ., sprightly acidity. The top ipeclmen heart with the hand or a rough cloth- Many of the very much ss a shock of corn fodder Is
wt ., 't-.v $,h.f.f.,r 1rnt.6o Newtown-Engllah Rusact. It cloitelyresembles of the skin canned by the
Is affections are
should lie. applied vigorously..emplrfrn tied<< usjng; a piece of wire. This keepsthem ,
__ .__--4 Golden Russet, but Is slightly ; failure of the liver and kidneys to cutoff erect,, and the weight of the slims 7

YEARS'EXPERIENCE I smaller with flculi fine grained mild mm Ad.... Impurities, which remain In the sys snow will come on the whole bunch
Herblno win stimulate the liverand
almost sweet and quality very good. "1'_" said rue old conductor "I tem. and cleanse the ofall rather than on each cane singly.I They
kidney system
All of them and most of the other varieties bare followed tbs railroad shout all imparities, Prteo SOcts. D. R. Wilson usually break so low as to be useless

exhibited are excellent keepers.It my life. I '4"811IJ't exactly born 00 a A: Hon. To keep them from breaking Is the MANUFACTURERS OF

Is this remarkable keeping quality train but I was nmrrlvd' on cite at thing to do.

combined with attractive appeurnnw. the rote of forty-fin miles. an Iiour.7: H. K.*.... Th. IlMt Prmorlptloa_ far K.I..la Doors, Sash. Blinds,

good quality and .lx*. which argue so "That was. a good deal. like marrying Bnste-Pspa, wbst makes: a man always Chills sad Fever Is a bottle of Grove's 1U aiding & Building Material.

MARKS favorably for tbe success! of these prom 10.ba.,.." give. woman diamond engagement Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron 4
TRADE
DEalGNaCoPYRIGHTa !slag varieties .It waa. ADd wr got tired of each ring? and quinine In a tasteless form. No < moe A Wararooms. King opposite ;

Ac.An other wiille we were. making tbe return tier 1J'atber-Tbe woman. Cure: No Cure. Price fiOcts. Cannon Street.Charleston }
Ton*sealing ikaird and dfeorlptlnn mar Stop the Cough frrljrbt train.
.; trip oa a
'.IrRl.a.naln''mion M prot. >ablrPntJ oar' opinion>l>fra..*Comomnlca.in waacb:r *o. and works off the Cold. "Tbitt wa i rood: deal like repenting The straight tree is the first to be cut S. C. '
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. *it otJJt.n.al.nt.l.( liuidbnofe OB ep '::: Tablets cure a down. The well of sweet water Is the '
.. ..& aa-vtiov fur a..nnr.ap.t.o laxative: Bronoo-Qulnlne at l 1.I.tI.-Cbldlac.l Tribune. '
-".".,....1&1I.... n"t ro..b Jo"'PP a tic. e.rtn cold .In one day. Xo Cure, No Pay. V tp/ ljt >flrst to be exhausted. Sash Weights, Cord and t

Price 25cts. TOP KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKIMO
Scientific American.iprautanmMT When you take Orove's Taste!_ Chill TbU signature I* en ovary: box of tha gnulm to Cl'BK A COLD IX ONB flAY Hardware. ;

euMsom.i,. laOltftI..s _kl". t..r..r eh.II.uon THE RAPID CALLER!: Is what every Toolo because tbe formula. Is plainly Laxative Brorno-Quioiue Tabl.u Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.

:,r. or.n.eI.ntla0yw rnd. n.w.de.t..L Trim.. ... yacthaman and boutbullder need For printed on every bottle showing that it is.imgly tbe r*......7 that rwr e a _lot u.s d.r All druggists, refund the money If It fallsto Window and Fancy ClasiA
fn.rn.ontb.L oldbr.ll Iron aDd Quinine in tasteless core. E. W. Grove's signature Is on
a
Boa Tltus-
Pritchard A: I -----
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'nUNN & CO.311........,. Hew Yore ville by Fla.' Price 'I and .3 eac h. fo.-m. No cure, No pay. lIOc... t. The ADYOCATB does Job printing. each box. 33cts. SPECIALTY.EAST '
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-: no JA3JES. PBITCHAHD, President; WM. M. BBOWIT, Vlce-Presl
Jp Brown,paid work
Jr EAST COAST ADVOCATE. PLANTING SUGAR CANE. BREVARD I COUNTY COMMIS- Tom Johnson work .ehimuey..I.. .. 00 C. S. SCHCTMCR, Cashier.
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SIONERS.TiTirsvittic A.JC..rter. .. .............. JJJ
Several times heretofore we bare A.Gtbeon. .. .1 ..... .... 380
s called attention to the faet that FLA., ,'_n. 6. 002. .1 Prltobard A Bon.bardw r J*U. J 40 INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
-- 'I .aW.LT30LYOTD1O: TUDVLOUIT The Board was called to order on tho Bond Lumber Oo. .opplla*Jail. JM

o. T.. .DI"'II BUV :SWOaTB U.. Florida is really and truly one.of flth instant, by order of the Chairman.: K fIIJ: L Norton Hrm.lv&W..Hl., Bro.md.Jail.... ..)...:. g. JJ

tJID.IMATUB. BAT BOTIOM the best sugar cane countries tbe Present: J. K. Walker, lat District; J. c r Co..kllnll.m.dlolne .p5I1P........ .JI *0 COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

world. The more we. have studied It Allot, 2nd District; R. A.: Onkllotf M'r.XL'man.. ............. .... 1100.00WuiCorey. -
i PUBLISHED! : KVKBT: VBIDAT.UABLBS the subject the teas inclined are we 3rd l>l trlct; J. C. Junes, 4th District a..,Denliam. 10 (00M | Authorized capital, $100
and J. JI'. Bell, 5th District; A. A. Stewart I3FliiCe.' .. II 00 Paid up capital, -
H. -yo ALTO1, Editor J>ubl .lIer. to take back what we have said clerk; and Bert Johnson deputysheriff. JIA.wb... U .'............... & 00 $25
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1 .............. Average deposits, $100
culture in Florida. Perhaps JIIl'utoh.1. "
about cane Charity nIOgett. fI ...... .... .... >..500
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DiaoontfnnHioe of Bxlvts. mutt be mad peroullr stager manufacturers do not 1. Minutes were road and approved. i CMoNellis ''. ............ .... a 00 -
......... .. .... J". 00
On of the minutes of Tucker
; at tils office or by writing. know tbe fertility of our soil, and 1 4. motion part. corrected AOorv. j............ .... JJ"KHiKlOi Transacts a General Ban
the lastrmeetlng were to read ........... ....
.J CiieoetO.. ,nay b. mad payabl to CHABLBSK can hardly realize that fifty millsin .. follows: "At request of the citizen. of MWUIte .'. ........<... .... .JS2
W"LTOlf, publlolier. Florida could not use Up all tbe Jensen John Herring (and not John Wm Anderson ............ .... f 00 tat. Business.
Mr..J. C. Johneon, ...... ........ .. JJJ.
sugar cane our farmers could pro Henry)) Is placed on tbe pauper Jlat. Mn. <*. W. Brooks, ................ J S2
; Address all gannnunlaatlon to duce. The reason why the farmers 3. Bond of Jobs Henry, ;aa Notary T.O. Pl'eIlOOU '. ......... ."...
I EAST: COAST ADVOCATE Public with F. A. Lo ley .and R. W. IrsCrmbjr .... ............. 2000 Lr0est and Oldest Bank on the 1 I
'< I have not( turned their attention to Sam..nehaGrlml, ............. 100. r-_ ,
Rhodes .. sureties approved. ..
Trrusviu.a ILOJILDA.j was .. .. ....
John .. .. ... IIIMIWllllaGrlllln. Exchange bought and sold
can# on any large scale is that there 4.. MHKxrm. Jlodimon. et aL. citizens 01Eau Izeirttig.. I! .* ......... ....... 4 (MlA i ;. S Countries.Patronage On all fon
are no mills to use the product afterit Oallle, addressed the Board protestIng Penney' ; insanity case....;. :. ..... 800 .
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of Agriculture BR Wilson. ............. '
V. S. Deportment has been produced. Farmers are against building a new bridge across WSNnrwood l. .. .. ............ 1OO JOJ ,..: apPl" otated. Prompt nerrire
( 1 Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. l and will Eau Oallle river. Protest of Town John Henrj '.. .. .?..... .. ..,... J JJ ... .' : treatmentand every. fatorcontliitant .l't,
usually very practical, not
plant anything .extensively 'if no Bond of Harry JenniDgs' as Notary. Game 'W r The lollowln// a oonparat1ve atate- market tan be found for their pro( Fubllq with A. :E Sae er.and G A Saeger (t&mand flAb _rden'..... 40 dO .. Seaboard National Bank of Kew York
f, .Ulnt 01 temperature and rainfall for the fte aurutleK, 'was received and approved. OIL.Wai ton,.printing notice ... .... ..... 800 .. ,; Vrv National Bank of Jacksonville Via.SflfDIHERH .
ducts. ) !
,A. few o( tem plant enough .
I week ending ''ue1dal .Jan. 7 1002. Road and JTundJeneral" Account,
6. Eepurt 101 Oeo. Sears and J.' B.Yruland Brjdge TI".rUSVILLE.:
j -1900DATE. cane. ey..ry year'fob.otne; ; user but marking out a ubllo'rond from J.0.Frl.. ....un."lnlr.. ......... .........'..,. .. 94. FLA..
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:. M.AX. inq. MAX. HIK. having nothing better than fc horse WabaaMO-to Woodley, was te elvGd. ana 'S DJatrfC\c\ :No. 4.; .
1 74 //2! 78 04 .t 'W bi .'baJano cOhtraoC..:.::.....;;... .'si'lI8
mill.to.gtlbd it, tbeyjiave not found notices ordered posted'acoor'dlog'ta 'J_. $ n .! ".. ... ,.'
r 2 74 07 110 72 7. On 'motion,' tbe bunk:-offering this DI.t'rtiit. froi. FUEL AND SUPPLY
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TILE
I JJ 71 04 81 115 sugar cane: as.-proftable as orangegrowing best rate of Interest Is hereby designated tf ftTrlreoxo. road *ork.'. ..'J5*:....:'!. '2 ((10H .COMPA1
I I ; hence ii'acreage has W .- .:... : *
,, '70 03 70 6:1I : exclusive' tthtpplfl *> .I. .t.i
.1 \ as the. ,depositoryof'all NM Flab. .. ." ..,. ,,. 18 40 .
I 'J' 'OS .410 73. f3, been small} But; these experiments: county f"uqd: for the net two-'yearl; ltNlumoms'U' ...;r'-'....1.;.... 'n oRKMItna. '
I .JJ "., / ,68" lill n. 01 hare been. prpvenj beyond the shad On onnnlnirthe'bids; the bid of e 0>en .. >'' J .",........*j.t./.u. 10 : Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I 4 1J 01 'IIk :I fJ- per centt made by the Brrfvard Coutfty JILMIuS.. "'sviw1ngVoa4 ....ya.,,,. .*..,,.. o,OO ... ,. ,
'I .Total.rainfall, fort the week', .WP owafa doubt,: that' cane'qultur'e State 'Bank Is found t -be the lowest. PI B trio); :Ho. 3S ? K .(* ". '" ......
I .pa lure from normal rainfall fpr,the. could made', the! most, profitable The 'Treasurer' is, therefore InStructed W B H'air.lIhiuwber. for bridge .:-'. "a'69A'diuiiir&'SnMlaaknvliaulinir ; '. ,

; week: plus .19 Inches. Departure crop In the (State: if capital would to"'transfer\ 'all' furfd. to the cotinCy. ,d ft Fl'niJdlKon.luiiilxirorhrliln' luwbeti* ............ ."X3'1 00 W : ;: "': : \, .yitrifiedfaving and Sidewalk Brick. .
..
from rainfall, ; ...
normal since 1
I January :
build a few 'mills and a big sugar !lOll tort. W B H lolln., lumber for brl : pins /HMnohet . .. '. 8i ''Ji PQrt"ot Tax Collector of licenses R A Hardee.bal contracts 7aml. 5.:....... OVOO 4' .. .: 'a. d' 4", ,
.' \ JIu..P.,1L&iun.! refinery. >I' Fa: lee' I"lI&er.8tJfJ.II ......., __..,.,.. 61 AO Offloe..foot oi Hogan Street "Jacksonville; Florida. Telephone
Observer. cotfecte'd
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: Corn-ana i? "not'" datfnR tbe \month of De mbaamounting ; It A. ConUlnp;.ov.thlrlad( ( work....;.' I" 116L ,. '" ... No
9otto t pe : 'rify.good to Y', ( lver Jen.en, 1..1'. bridge ...,:. ......... 4 I'G : '
<< jf57S.3ft state'ftm1i02.6hcounty ) ; T.: .
:
.' 'jaibife'y cf.db'' for"gdu: .trr' fof rT was received: .., Ieltt.. "'.....lC'oll.l..or.. ........ I 90 .. -J. :K;. MVNNJJ: ,:YN, General Manager..
It' .. .. .
GUERILLA warfare In the Earnest OIIlAlIn" ..... II 80
'I Philippinea a,t r.mfr", ; qt r hb .. fSI.1Jt.. 0: Itobort 'of Tax 'Collector, '6f'pojls) 0'' 501t4fl4 'i'." '4'r .:.. ;...........y ..I 95ye.
I- .:,; bl nd,. and the .Tranevaal, and. cane ara.inaigenoua: tfr.the sc41' collected) during the month bf DeoemVer, .A BMwart, supplies.for
Bull goes merrl ly'.(7)( on. and a'lit"tie e.ncourage.aifint. i I amounting' to $14, was ; ; C1 OF MoBrlde"Colliding\ I : ,- *.*: .. .". -, ....';. 46 69$5
\ xn &
j t .' >' ,, 10. *Bond of H. W. yalentlne/ :'Si: ..... ..R Walk...,. " .. l. 2028 MeMupray Baker
: 7. ; f capitalists would make us tbe most Watts, ,J. If.: lleriidobl J. O. Sim\ (nous, J N Waller aupt of cohviou* ..".... *Q 00
QrK storekeeper-would do well prosperous people In ",.thei-, world. J. K. LMngntope.\' &: G. )f. Stewart, I.. John Story,work on rourt .... ..J.X1.,"..;'. s BOt ( ,,
to read tbe town: ordinance, balling What Matuersoo,1' J. II.' Henderson John W. : >i.trlct! ;Jfo.;*. '
attention! tb 'the cloning of their "e need is. some large syndi Matchett' M..naIr, C. R. Stewart antiVn.t .J 030n_, xamlB" road.l ,_.... .I..1, TOO ,,,4Ol-t. :East. Cay. Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
cat, like that ',,'Cub<<, to "''brfamong"u Kinn Curry Root,contract JO ?....... .20O (Id .
"I tore* on Siirdays. it will be Been "and % : 'Wqlls.) to parry pistols,.were're" 1'Carlton, iiayraent, ouiitraot"'....,. ....t..., 67 00 -Headquarters for----..
; tem'f>t"lhe' .farriers: calved and approved. Jao Keen. b..lance contract:>....:.... .. .torn8AH ,t. ... .
,* on our 5th page.MELBODRXX to do their'best.. Cuba "certaioJr'. 11. Bonds of R. E. Barker. J. IT.nemlorsbd P Ib."nr..n.r ...-t. IlIarklnJr. .. ,ou... ..'..'_......_.'...._. .400... : .

1 I can., .not, >e more' 'fertile. I than"our ; 8. It. Whltacre J. B.:Dodge, UsA iIoiui40; .". ." ... ;... : la making great preparations tIne hammocks Bud Tltusville \\"; S.. BeldIng,. 'J. p.'-> lmmons'S' ; E. 5'. ". mad work....... ?,.....,,,... 600 ,;: ,
pear !, HTdlffordbalance ..... ... '
for Watts, II.J Stewart; 1l'..A. Houston and contract ., 1300
Pier Chautauqua and :
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and Sundries.dKELL.ySOuDRUBBER
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beginning suburbs isabarn.moek .r
F. M. Matchett, to carry repeating rifleswasread -. District No. B: .
.1f/: the probaDilitlea'at'Q.tbat a Jarger eighteen miles long and fromone ADd vd.. .. JFBell.et ailnlnroa ;
appro ... ..... .. TIRES put on your whe,
attendance than usual will be realIzed 12. Justices Harry 1)ays.road. work. .A> 2 BO <
of .
of
I ," to two .miles "wide, that couMbeturned : Reports this year. Tbe auditorium, Into vast cant fields that Mont. Hardee, II. L. Parker, WV L. Speofal Rood( Tand-Dltrlot: No. BlRanl ? at short notice. .
1 where all the entertainments will : Keefen, llnG.: BronnonC... F. Cockling 1 ..nij A Andrewn.Sth'oiitnil frellrbc..' 709; 80

::: be given ha, a leatlng'oopaclty! for wouldenrlch"the'whole East Coast and J. Mrkiandersv "were received: N Hoy word-In shell ...,*..-....*.<..*........ .9 3'J
.r and proVe'ni: bonanza 13. J Tllivlll. l ,..
to the1syndicate Oa-.inotlen of Com mIaIocer ,Boll. b.nU"IC.III.II.r( .I1'l26!
: .;.: ov.er .one .thousand lIP 1. K J Tnyuor,' work on gbell.-: .. ...;.'.'.. M asOMCnon. '
:j people. the of road ..
.the ntendaats WATCHES
investing: I with'uav Florida hi pay 'super" ."" aiacreused ". ....1.*...... 125 44 CLOCKS
I bourne dee rvs credit[ for the'energy been, heretofore a to 9i ,and enterprise, He ople are great.ezperi- |1.: Treasurera'I'elJoVt was"1ceived' and Planters decnrlty. Bank" "i" .p
mental station, and .experimentsbaye cbecbed rw.:
? .
up. Messrs. Conkllnj an ;
showing and the Chautauqua will proven that our State can burned the wai rants turned over b/ %he JF BrowafeotllnK prliour.b..... .....,. 46 60 'S .. Jewelry Diamoid

) prove a big success! this season, if successfully treasurer with' his report: lie had a oortlflOH.te .FIat and Forfeiture. IFijuJ.. ,
produce t
a- Variety .
greater *' '
one can judge from UI\cb'ed'.howIDK the'aroeuntJils O A Front OQII vlrtion tee.. .. .. ..... ... If'XI ,
'i;d appearances.VB of rafthey( crops thltn any other PBrnwi. Crrm: I.ii... <:oCttin.84 M ._ ..a? C,' Souvenir, Wedding Kings and Preset
reporfcnllodfop wns-on deposit thla A ...$XMware, .t' .....,. ...,.*... S M '
: I \ do in the ynlon.( But we feel that win'" credit! la tbe Indian River State..Hank- :, M 4* Kllli, JPCt ......".. JOflO IfT \Valtham Watches, etc.
4 iJ. not usually jump at con. have now. passed the experimental ,15. Resolution protesting agaI II'.f1I1I; WRRuenohJJM ;- 'I ,; ....... .,. 8'411
Li elusions but await Hemlanon, wltoesi .. ........
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results. That etijge": and, practical, farming and clueing of (he Lake Flirt' canal was signed A Bradley .I. .......... tOO I' FIHEWATCH and ,1 JEWELRY REPAIRI)!
i'i. f has been our case with reference to mapufacturiijg should. be inaugurated tiy the Board. OHrubk.. M> .I ....t..... 50fw
t the tit. Augustinb Record, for ituas 10 Report Commissioner Cockling motion tba Btllo.rd lAtipnAfl' eantlithe A ST>Trr!TAT.TV..
.t ---' -- ------- -
... a; onoe", r\t tntMiffr] done lit. his. /tlnftt tnt_ .. MOnday Watch '
tatAsi first inspectOr
In February. 10O2. tor.Plant and also
J\"t\ improved so much 0,1 late mat .As .we hare'suggested, Titusville recAIIJeft and t flled.- -- mm-. -- System for Jacksonville' & .Southwestern R',

,.(. the Times-rjnlon( and Citizens will, could not be Improved 17. Petition of citizens of Eau Gallic Speotaoiesnd ityegiasses; .i CbargespcIdow' ",,'y. K. J. RILES,

''' 'j have:.to look after' its laurels.; It'is operative>ohlt. In addition'Upon as to thegreat' an for a public road wa' received and Alex Christmas' PMiente" for Ja.. ae t lmb .r. 1.. .22'- W. Bar ft., .J ACX"J VLLlc. Fl...

.f' now, a 5-column quarto andis, full Near, E. \V. Stlokney and A..R. Hodgson ----r -.- -
,:;rl of Interesting The hammock juat north' of us were appointed to mark and lay out the Deputy Fire Connnl.slofier-elect D. J... -'
news heading tbere I is a 'fine body of land to the an me. Laimbeer, of Brooklyn. has just been

: &"iiII has been lmpr,ivpd upon ; and on south'of' us, known aa tbe Deles- 18. Petition of J. W..WestfIeld et aJ., prevented with a.silver lovlnpr-cup at the BestMaterial Lowest PricesQUICKEST'SHIPMENTS.

:r,', the whole, we OD congratulate Bro. pine Gralnt, containing' thousands citizens of Jensen for a public road, was' Third Assembly District RepublicanClub ,
10 tk ": D. E. Thornpaoti Upon the'general or received and J. L. Jensen W Harden No. 40 Tompkins place Urooklyn.
*f- ; make-up the Dally St. acre., and a colony ,could not and A. J. Green were appointed to mark He wan also given a mlolature fire hat by .
:Record. Augustine find a better place to settle and begin and lay out same. Fire Commlaaloner elect Star ls. The ,

operations.( The. health of this II). Cost bill of Justice of the Peace presentation took place at the Christmas .

r, \ TUB cold weather In'
i is said to bare increased the death and that alone should be a court was approved. show followed. :E'ond.Lun.ber CoM Titusvill

rate this winter for pneumonia 1 in great inducement to settlers. Come 21. The Jury Use for the year 100J wa* Judge Iit&Jinbeer pavs. Rockledga and .

I ., and see for yourselves and then get made up from the registration books other places on the .East Uoast a visit .
tbe
rapidly on Inareale, and last 22. Report of clerk of every winter and his .
to work and help us to make this tax certificates photograph hangs A Trial Order Will Convince? .
week this disease alone killed 154 redeemed for the months of October, In the editorial rooms of the ADVOCATE

i persons in New York city [In ad. part of the East Coast a veritable Xovember and December- 1001, wan received office. We hope to see the Judge and S. O.. VANllANOI QHAM, Manager. Tltusvlllo Fin,
i ditlon to this, several deaths' have paradise. A few cane mills on a and Jlled.I Mrs. .Lalmbeer on Iodl River ere long. ,

been caused by the cold the larg'e scale are all we need as atarter. :4:1.I Report of U. W. Weir, ot. al., of -
; slip Orchid was laid over until next meeting.
Our /
pery streets havp caused numerous people will do the 24. Petition of It. W. Itaolersoo, et. A BARK WR ECKtO.: '

4 accidents! ambulances .are daily rest. at., citizens' Fort Drum was received and : Masnrv's Paints

w J kept busy answering' ,calls .to sakeI FOR PNEUIIONIA.-lJr.:C. .1. ni.rmn.. flied.cc.. .... Our Jupiter corvMpondenr gays that : ;
Ranort n' .T..oI.I. nl ." P.o"ATM ... the Amerioan bark Da.IJI.. Xfaafaf.. .
Agnew, Mich. : "1 have -- n v eant .
persons from broken says used Fo- .
suiieriag leglI Handera - ---- .
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was received. too, from Port..Tanipato.&lezndria:: : rv .MSMt wwaaww 'S II
t I lej'a Honey and Tar In three Va., cl'
occasioned' very
falls severe
and
by ,
; on Satur) (a. Report of Commissioners Bell and with
cases of pneumonia' with phosphate was blown ashore near -
good results In
iT day; ten horses were shot, whose Wlot was received and flied. Lantana during Saturday night.(
every case. Beware
of substitutes. Capt. ARE
B. :
THP BEST.
I legs had been broken in. their$ ,fallion It. Wilson Boa. 27.: L.tt.rof S. Castle regarding-a Uasterton and crew of 12 men landedafely SOLD BY '. .

i ; the ice-covered streets. And still esmment, was. referred to aasessor.. for on the beach: The seas broke over GE: RCWE .
I wthear people BIG SEIZURE OF' adjustment. the vessel all day Sunday, and ft Is reported : .F. P :DX>XSON,
grumbling at' the JEWELS. :28. Reports of Superintendent of Connote that the hull Is torokenand
will .
I Fjorlda' weather| -4 and Flak Warden were received and with the cargo be a total 100*. She will TIlE LUMBERMAN. : '., '

I SmuRled Through If Icuil. tiled.. be stripped. Tb., D.,risla barken tine EAU GALLIK:,, ., ... .,- -'. FLORIPA.
Iw x are pleased to note that some York A letter from the ADV KJATB'S New The following Wile were ordered paid: rigged,'.was built at Belfast Me., In 1894, .
.correspondent says that Special G n..ral Funil. and.is owned In Baltimore. -
She Is
l of our resident hay set the ball Treasury Agent William U. Theobald a'it Walker, Co Com ana mileage e ell) feet long and 189. S
it" tonnage. H A.
:
rolling by cleaning up their J lots has seUed a very valuable collection of J.R A R.> Conklinn Mlut It.". "" 1 11 s to 49 gross ,, HODGES....

t 4 and sidewalk1m fact tHey are be.. Jewels'from. Mr. and Mrs. Constant Laj-. jIrome John C. Jonai, It... ... fI :W who are living In the: Judson J r'Holl fI 84 ginning to follow in the footsteps apartment. at 83: H U Conkllng ferryman. .... ............. loot NOTICES. :
Washington and
'.I of West Palm Reach this South. Square U ""wler.l.rry/nan..,.. .................. woo<< .Cypress Yellow Pine Lumber...
week. I. The jawehs were smuggled Into T T Watmora, toe ....... .. ............. M
iI 't From time to time we have' heard this country./ El 0trlo Light Co.,... .......................... SSO Rev A. Jr.'1>alger will preach In -the ROUOn.JLyp DRESSED. ., Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Crate
Ii ____. cum____LL. Aeoordinir to Aonnt Thxrirmlil. r..... JJJll:.wn. I"1". ". _:..... ................,.. *!9 i Methodist: church: at Cocoa. next Sunday .tle.contempla'uosr ti'beddlna' 41.i.. nlnAOftn1. Vegetable..... I.
au.u" aoou ..... .. a.M
plaints. our.mer. .,....... ..
( : j.iiiwr o wu w ---- -- '
.I.W chants throwing (out trash behind name was formorly a b4nkeri'Jiu.-'; ; ;' "' ...altlnR'onCoCom............ 600 at il a. m., and 7 p. m. auy part of Florida, won lifdo: well to wrfu. for price The mills loctid
4 and lie and his wife came to this country John C Jone., copying minute.......... A 00 ,I Rev. J. A. Hughes will preach next at BuffAlo Bluff near Palatka;on the J.. T. saw are
K.
their stores, so that every wind that on the Kaiser Wilhelm dor A I) Penney, lal.nr c..nt.Judp. ....... IS 00 I of the W. Ry. Lumber delivered to anI
June. Oroase last T J Cock.hnttllelC OfHcor............... 10 41 Sunday, at the Kock led Re Chapel at It part East Coast. Address: H. A. nO GES, Buffalo Bluff Ta.
<< comes along may carry such trash 1 hey ara sald to bo very wealthy, J K Amlrawi, proviwutlna. atty........... as Kl a. m., and at the Presbyterian. church
to tbe four corners and Mr. I.ajlrame said that the IRBtaui Bank. Int... ..... S3 Tltusvllle schoolat -
of heaven jewels W at 7:Vi p. m. Sunday
-or had been purchased Melbourne I Hank. '. .:.:::::::::::::..,., via
Titueville. Now this Is a bad habit wife, and not for trade.as presents' for his A..A. Stewart. accountant..... ............ 1& 00 0:45 a. m., and Young; Peoples Society
t. to follow and ..>. a"dno..ncl clerk.......... 126 tn of Christian Endeavor at 3:30 p. m. The Buffalo
wa should like When Gasoline
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to see they arrived In the United States f: our merchants take more Interest In June their baggage/ was carefully. .'. clork to circuit O<>Url....... 15 00
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tel Rrama .. .......
153
searched but Quay Denies Thai If.
'In their town; by placing their rub- none of tbe jewelry was ;J P. Brown.. ncal'tllrlolf1 ounrlol.. s 811) Will Leave flenitt.
bidh in old box found.\ But Agent; Theobald says the carrying eonvlola ........... Him .
an or barrel so that reason\ for not discovering the T A Johnson.work Jail and C n.......... S OU A 4 cycle,-4 cylinder, marine
the scavenger can take it I New York becaune jewels In F" lloye, tress conic ............ ......., 99 '/If In a telegram from St. Lucia, to the
I away was "they were C H Walton, editor of the engine.
printingcterks oftioe I 25 Philadelphia Item, Senator Practically no vibra-
without trouble. We are under the smuggled Into this country by way of '* .il ta x I5the. .. ..... .:.:;;:..;: loo Quay says: "There Is no truth In tbe .:
impression that there is MIAmi a little town on tbe Atlantic T 3 Coekuhott rcic oliner .......... .... a on report of tion. Shifting spark. Runs.at _
an ordinance Flitrl l*star, my contemplated resignationon
coast below printing tax nfllce...... .... SO 75 .
in Titusville. providing for a Agent Theobald the.Indian says River the country.biff, black" A.A Stewart olork oo court... .. .. ..... 13 00 account of ill health." any. speed.... Specially adapted! __________ .

1. penalty for those people who litter pearl alone la worth .:\,Oth), anti he be I tor auxiliary power.

our streets with rubbish, and we lieves the whole Cf the Jewels are worth I 4 b, p.| 2 cylinders. ,$275.
over .! "
understand there I lea :.1.0co. LARGE NEW
movement on 1T/\U' amtlt ... Vklrtc '''In.4 M. tl.I.. _...I.1 The Palm Beach OPEN JAN. Weight, 2.VS: lbs
iuuk iu a lt iuayor jjixon to enforce "" HOTEL.
miss the everwntohtul; ; of i 7
eyes our Miami b.p.,4cylintlers.$400.
J.o.
the ordinance 19q2. 1
against all\ those who frlenila la a mystery to us. ,
Weight 315: Ibl.l .
,
break the law. The fining of those --- Accommodations for SIX(). Rates $3.00 day and

of our residents who t throw or cause If Ilunner Salvodoesn'tcureyour piles, weekly ratea. Rooms with or without private per bath. Newly up. furnished Special monthly and :! h. p., 4 cylinders. . .$800 .

to be thrown, a lot of rubbish over your money. will tie returned. It I. the In the center of all the attractions of this moat popular of winter resorts throuRhout.All out ; Weight, 473 Ibs. ; : ,
most\ healing ro .illclno. Wllaon side rooms. Mimlfl
ft Hon.IMiotonrrapliy : dily.) Fishing oft the dock. Rotunda
our streets and sidewalks would do door to Polnclaaa Hotel. Our 1(13x8.1. Located next I am prepared to prove that '- .

no harm. It would merely give Picture Frames Royal Poinciana station porters with wheel chairs, meet all trains at the this' la the best marine engine Srt. I

them to understand that the Town antI )>Ioiil liiig
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towns along the East: dirty-looking Coast. Lets Old lf1'a ph.pictures.. I'ortraltu copied and all enlarged the latest. to atyles.any --vv :e E T FIr'Oe:: : ::. C3HE30.: : AOKNT L.A.OE": )

keep our streets and aidewalkn Send stamp forcatalogue.
size and finished\ In any atyla desired. PALM BEACH, FL.n .\.
free from all weeds and trash, and Florida: views far sale. Work finished -Dealer In- -- -- -
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aaake Titusville another beauty spot for amateurs at trade prices.F. HIDES. FUns ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX, TALLOW ETC., ETC

w the Indian River. M. TATI.OR Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention. I THE ADVOCATE JOB'PRINTINGTFPICEPrinta :

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H. ARMSTRONG, Eden.- Melbourne. I' Eau Gallie. GEORGE MARX., JOHN MARX. ,


Mrll IIl1da K* has ] [2L: =l: "
;4h.. been visiting ; : : :]: E51RL1OS3.sWholesale { ; '
Mrs. W. f. Richards for a -week.t QiK>DK: A (OOODK.-JU BHtaM and Loans. AInesworth" has gone to Lake WashIngton .
Airent for .Aetna, London uid Umnoo! and on a hunting trip.
:Miss' Florence R Wn''oiilefton' Globe, Provdnnue.Wa.itnton, and Sun tin Dealer la _
) Bolllns1 Sunday, Innuwno. Bpmlitl .ttontlon paid to toe The steamer Spartan "was again on the "
College Winter
Park. interests of :' ,
nODnelcl.ata. ways on Wednesday GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE. ;
C. A. Robinson took his .. V
cruise' New' Year's Day to Gilbert.family for a HOTKL C.UU.KTON-oa. tbe yw round. D. E. Taylor I. now engaged In the freight _
bar
and the St. Iucie river. cated lljchtful spot to spend winter.iimnMr. Lo department of the East Coast Hallway" ,
on bluff
high overlooking the Indian this Corner West and Julia V
Kli.r. Terum mmlentt at point Bay ta., JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
Mrs. Wlllman went to Port Fax .
Tuesday, for a visit of a few Pierce days with on ; BOBSSTSOH Proprietor. E. S. Randall oinled. .a party' of Eau ONE OF.THE OLDEST FRUIT
HOUSES IN
..'. her sister, Mis. Oeo. Maunders. cr: Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, Gallloltes to Lotus and return on Friday THE CITY.
last In his launch ,
EYE SPECIALIST. Our hammock land, all the pink'paper of the East Coast will be ,

Jacksonville Fla. beans this winter. They are planted looking In received at the Melbourne Po toffioe.! A large lighter owned by O. F. Paddi- We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Bating Potatoes and Cow Peas;'

returu Miss L. Oant will spend the winter being repaired and painted. your Oranges' and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased:

Vest Palm Beach. F. G. McMullen who 'la gardening at with Mm., Margaret Goode. Mrs. K. W. Stlokney entertained on MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FI...
White City, Is turning out a fine crop of Mrs. Carter Is having her pretty bluff Wednesday' last. A most enjoyable time We only' Sell to Denlera. .t
Irish lots cleared off and In waa spent by those present. I
potatoes, the average size Is as large put good order. _, : 1 VDon't
and NfL Houghton are with us as a man's first. Miss Eaton of Erie Pa., arrived Saturday Messrs. Colby: Clark, are our most V--V- -- -' 4tJ

'II&ID. rauoh to the delight of their Mrs. Mahoney' returned on Saturday and _will enjoy life for a feW persistent and tireless sportsmen, their FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. ., Let Tlictn Buffer. V

y friends. night, from her visit to Melrose Fla., months her cottage on tbe bluff. daily bag averages from H to 15 ducks. iOften children are tortured wltq ltch-
.
N. S. Burnham has been appointed and reports a very pleasant visit ,spent Mrs. sarah::! Brush, of Chicago has Tbe Misses Allot and HfolHe Nicholson Trade In Florida oranges has been very Ing and burning enemA and other skin
e physician for the Palm\ Beach Hor with" her family. rented, for the winter, the handsome and Mr. Nicholson, of Melbourne were dull this week. For this continued l depression diseases but Jluoklen'it Arnica Hulve heals

the winter season. Our publio school opened on Mesmler house, on the bluff, and will' in Eau Ortllle on Tuesday last, calling, on there are plenty of reasons given the raw sores, expels: Inflammation leaveS .
with a, full attendance. Monday soon have the grornds put in first-class' friends. -the cold weather, the iooroontiitiuniu tb> skin without scar. Clean, fl'agrant.cbflApthere'sllO .
West side The
train on the brines: teacher and
which
ery much of the stuff Is arriving and
shape. / salve on earth' as good.
iine-seokers for the winter ami apart- pupils are much refreshed by their Rev Dr. Bone of Huwannoo 'Tenn.
vaca.and the general lot and lagging of trade It
up / Try Cure
and suite ., In tion, are glad to be back Thomas Chaffee has his bluff lots passeti Eau Kiiarantewl. Only :JSctsat
tJI, single en are great at work. In put through Oallle on Monday consequent to the holidays. But there Is B. li. Wilson .''t :Mon's.
ncl. The Eden Grocery and Supply Co., un blshous good order, and' ,the grounds around last,.en route,to- Melbourne where ,he no use blinking at facts and one sot Is
der,Its new show the ,care ,belt wed on has a winter home. that the demand has been
,A demand for' bouses and rooms In- management has taken on a them-neat and clean terribly disappointing -
e as tile season advances. Already new lease of life. They have a fine stockof to live there.. no weeda (allowed Tbe new telephone Is In usa from the since November 23. The other SUnOlmN8 8ILENCEI).

hotels and boarding houses have goods. and are receiving a fair. share F. E. C. R'y. offices to G. F. Paddison's, fact-an taxed to their utmost.rlstma .. of patronage. )fl'. and Mrs. Fred Irwin and daugh and will soon be connected! with JIod the first fact.-Is that right to-day' a really Kiiplur Cured by a Simple, Horn Mthod I
ters, tbe Misses Carrie and of son Bros', Houston street. sweet and luscious Florida orange In almost I
,The Irene Capt. Mildred on Tlmt Has For...r IWinl.hml th. Knife.
and New Year'iDay Hogg'a fine '
were yacht, Chicago, arrived !Saturday: and as hard to find as are hen's teeth. .
night .
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while started on her cruise ,to the and Mrs. of Grand ---
iprlately! observed, and no keys and tbe will spend tbe winter their Major Clark Rap- The Florida growers may get up on their '
parties were given, many home par- Gulf Coast on Tuesday after oon. Mr. Melbourne avenue. cottage on ids, Mich.,'who have a winter home here hind legs and i howl, at this assertion, butIt A Free Trial of,'thVV, FamnUi Mth il I.Alan. V
were enjoyed and Santa Claus made Harry Munson, one of the party has are looking daily for a lady friend, who" is absolutely true nevertheless. It Is ... to All Who are If ni>tnr tl.l .'

the hearts of the little ones. been the guest: of the Netberby for the' her Miss Wells left, Saturday, to resume will spend some time with them.: one of the traditions of the Florida trle >;.'W. 8. IticePsO' ) Main( stAfams', lV

.5.' J. R Anthony and Ttosco" Jeft past month, and will be much missed. brother studies Mr. Stanford at Wellsley college, her A. full choral service will bo given at 'that the Florida. orange attains Its sweetness N. V., will sooii Iioo to. any one who to

Tuesday for HardevlUe where'the Harry AV Richards and family: are here far as Washington. We going shall with alt her miss as St. John' church Eats Oallle, at the two weeks nfter tlio first'frost has ruptured or knows of any person rop V.

iln had gone a yeek previous to pre- foV a visit: They left an aching void In these pleasant next service. Mrs. J. C. Clark of Olean touched the trees This season they tured whether a man, woman orch'ld! a ,
oomfortable, quarter for tbe winter tbe hearts of all our citizens :when they young people. N. Y., will preside at the organ. havehatl! six weeks since the' Ural frost free trial of his. famous home cure. It I la

to care for their"" orange grove. moved away last August and now we Miss Belle Clohecy Is spending a month and still they are, t.I'rt-: say tbe, very a marvelous method,, curing oases that
hate so much to part with them and with her mother, Mrs. John Miner of Mrs. Mlday, the Misses Miday. Miss leant of It. The publIc wants a .sweet dolled ltospltalsdoctors, trusses eleotri i
. C. Powell and family, of Rldjjeway many are the i inducements offered for South Melbourne. Miss Clohecy has Gladys Wells and (he Misses Weils, of orange and this season-.believe or nut, city and all else. Merely send :your name-.
are domiciled la the Whildin eat- them to stay. been north for and her Melbourne were In JCauOallie on Friday ye Florida growers wlloVill,smack your and address and the free trial, will lie, sent .'
formerly tbe home of Dr. and Mrs. many old friends severalleare her here last taking In our town." The party came lips' la ecstnnyv'pretended or otherwise without any coot to you whatever K "W.

ham, and will remain until May 1st. John Miller and Harry Thompson left once more. ,up in Mr. Wells) launch. over so orange that will make an Eastern Yourex, a well known commercial traveler

Powell Is 'Vice-president 1Ibt Elk I the first of the week for the St. Lucie Mr. and Dr. Hazlewood went to Melbourne via er grimace I I-the Florida orange Is far was ruptured ton yours. tried every

nty National Bank, of Rldgevray. river, to engage In fishing.. They are In coma. Wash.Mrs Henry Whiting, of Ta- Indian River on Monday last, and returned from filling the bilL 'The only kind In : trusts' am the III"rket.I'lartly' ntnda up hi'* f,
Capt. Miller's fine the Maud arrived Saturday and will
launch Mil demand are strictly fancy liWs and larger mind to undetRO the diiDKur o'f an ; ]
via the new County road. Tbe opera
Jlunyon.ts! a frequent visitor to our spend several
ler. She baa bqen in the fishing business months at Melbourne and \ and 200s la with tlon,,when by tile of .
coining from his Island home to Beach. Their I Doctor sacs he will use a launch when IJUs rusnots, a genernl -I greatest good; luck
I6ng-'that she finds the fish, likea many friends here Mtond: I next called to Melbourne. range of 1)1.75) : to tJ.JO.: ;; he tiled the 1>*. Jilce ruetlintl. "Its Is now
his welcome 1
newly acquired a back
over possessions well trained hound: to their old home after TnnfrnrttitfiB Irtrtun rkiafe .al.itvtr of. lilt" ftf ftrt cured. *
lIe Is said to be .beautifying and several years' absence.; Messrs.. J. E. M. lIodRHOn H. L. Jordan :'- ; ; ;; V ? 'l "
what Last year the Richards family) decided ; $3..oo per strap. Grapefrultls quiet j with :Mr. Yourox says "I tried Dr. Klce'a jj
oping, to frasformeily state of known as to hate thelr'ftnpual, family gathering on Frank E. Powell and Miss Della L. E. W. Stlokney and J. A. Gilbert laigor lr.ea. .Ills to Ola' enquired for. The method and It oured me. I did not lose a'' V 1i!
Island a perfection.
New Year's Day.' This) year they were Staloup were married at, Jnlonvlll, III., were In Tltusvllle on Monday last, Interviewing range Is a wide one, fully $1. O to *:\..AO.Of dayon tile road IInmlr" Ie Jefferson houses on Narcissus andra BUrtimdned to the death bed of William on December 20th. Mr. Powell has spent the Board of County Commissioners ) pines the arrivals are beyond all andinIlllmoIw.. WheDllln.l\IIDne-! \ ,

streets are finished and fnrnlsha ill', RI'ebard8wbo' on the first day of many pleasant days at the home of his on public business. proportions! above (f demand' and prices Cots and {owa. know, tbe wonderful' V feet

very attractive manner, and are the year-"-the saddest re-union that couldbe parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Powell In V 'Tfte launch Dawn wont to Jloolcledge are to degree\ nominal. tliibthisreniarkabl. mopiorl cured m. .
spoken for. May: Jefferson's next imagined1.Tbe heart of the whole Melbouine and our people join In the on Saturday last, with, Messrs. l Randall, Strawberries are In fairly liberal receipt and I certainly feel thankful enough ,U>>>

,ling scheme Is a public hall,-groundng community ges out to them in deepest wish that these young folks may enjoy a II. U. liodgfton E. W. tetlokney and a though: a real dnmund lisa. not yet tell my expeilnnce." Mr. Voiirex lives\
prepared, on C lematis, avenue, ,sympathy! life of married blessedness.W. party of Indies on board returning to not In. During the; week the market In Chicago at Ilt.l J.& Franklin St. V :
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west of the Hews office. ', ..", T.. has EAU Gallla the same evening. dropped from '1.00 to 40cta for good I Every ruptured eison ought to send V
Wells .
on' ..H" ,'. made big Improvements stock. Some Inferior /goods arriving at once ami make n trial of this method'llmt '
thing the. East side bespeaks a ,J.a Grippe cough often continue for In the north part of town, having The new organ Is set up In St. Johns' po..oM.ell no quotable value. ( cures' without pain, danger 'o ora- is

,m of unusual activity. Whitehall' months and' sometimes lead to fatal results streets and slde.wiks, | ,clean up. Ills Episcopal church, ready for the next Tomatoes,.. mofttly Key Went stock lion or an hour's Ions' of Susie l) \gln

spicily' being pushed to oompletlon'urnlture ,! after the patient Is supposed to have beautiful home and grounds are a credit service It won made by the Buathoven ranged from $1 l.O<> to $ 1.00. M miy" arrivals now and loa shout time you will never
][ belng..lreadyon the groundthe passed the danger: point., oley's Honey to Melbourne-would we had a few morn Company of Washington N. J., and Is avery were too large/ lu slxe,mid that kind know you had boon ruptured. Write to
I gi'and. organ In the music rOOm and Tar afford positive protection and such public splrltitd men In our neighbor hanJsomeitnd sweet-toned Instru met a poor demand.-Fi'ultnmu'it Guide. illy sure
poily. The Royal Poinclana l* trll security from these coughs B. It. Wilson hood l.at our loan fathers take pitltern ment.
illy lighted at night: for the, carpen- &' by Mr. Wells', good work and do likewise.On .
lJa.i
l, electricians'and finishers to perfect: STATIC ur OHIO, CITY oir TOUCDO, > REAL EI4TATE FOR 8AM
Ir work. At the Breakers the season New Year's evening Miss Gladys W. L. Vancy, 1'diioaIi Ky., writes t [.VUAII COUNTY. (f' V
! and Wells gave a dance at Educational Hall "1 bad a severe cannot kidney disease Frank J.Cheney makes oath that he Is ,
[tally the on late, many "notables" are Toledo. to a number of her young friends. and three of the>est physician\ In southern the senior partner of the firm of F. J. As Administrators of the Estate of
pnji arrivals. Admiral Dewey I
I wife Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky treated me without success. Cheney it: Co doing business In the City William Treutler deceased We odor! at
arrived
, 'on Tuesday; the golf W. 'r. Wells the Misses Emma Mlday, I was induced to try Koley's Kidney of Toledo County and State aforesaid, pilvate sale the following described Heal
:R nnda are in fine condition, and all The ADVOCATE Is one of the best and Annie Ooode Matilda Mlday, Jessie Cure. The first bottle gave Iminadlate and that onltl firm will pay the sum of Estate, belonging to said Estate: z

, merry. ________ most newsy papers In tbe state; and our Uoode Allle! Nicholson Ceserea Mlday relief and three bottles cured me perman One Hundred Dollars for enoh Rn.leverY No. 1. Sold. Il
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happed bands cracked" and E,ist Coast people should show their appreciation Mollle Nicholson and Messrs. Btaooford ently. I gladly recommend this wonderful ease of Catarrh that cannot be onrad by No. 9. All of 81 of NEr, Her)t Ion :21,
lips
zhness of the,skin cured quickly any by by subscribing. As an advertising Wells, Alex: J. Goode Prescott Wells remedy." Take no substitute. B. 1C. the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Township M South Range S7 East covered

iner S.ilve the most healing ointment medium It Is,hard to beat. Walter Foulgbum Ralph Wallace, John Wilson &\; Son.South: j Seal 1 A. W.OiJBAiow with "At.er. lying In saul Mao ttalll

lie worlds, B. K. Wilson & :;I o.- Mr. and Mrs."Rush Allen and daughter, :A.Nicholson Peek. Claude Beau jean and Dr. L.: 1 ( :Notary I'ubllo.nall'a River and Eau (Jiillia lillY, containing
Miss Elsie May of Jacksonville; and Mrs. Robertson served dainty' Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally about :it) SOlVes, moie or ies., fT

Miss H;. Martin of Melbourne, were the refreshments. The hall was beautifully) Rockledge.The and acts directly on the blood und mucous No. a.. Hold.No. I _
Waveland.i guests of W. II. Wigfield and family at decorated with thirteen flags, of all surfaces of the system bend for .'''. That portion of S WU, Sent' .Ion t

a sumptuous five o'clock:: dinner Christmas nations collected by the Well. family testimonials, free. 21, Township's. South, Hnngu 37 Kant\ V _
Day. during their travels abroad. The'young woods ate full of commission men F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O, commencing at a point 87t( toot West from 1

Ir Panter hns ,been out for two nigh tils folks enjoyed a most delightful evening. this week. Hrdold by Druggists: 730. Hall's Family .. Northeast corner post on '{ Section line _
', boat up Manatee creek. Christmas Eve'the 31 Uses K. Martin Miss BoHsie Smith has returned from Tills are the best. as aforesaid and 00 feet South of said X I

' Ella and Josle Wlgtleld accompanied by' Frank Treadwell, Bennett, la, was her trip Noith. J Section line for a stalling point thence V
. M Aston Is busy shipping beans Mr. S. Jones attended the exercises: at troubled with kidney disease for two Large Calendar I'rcc. run South 49. feet thence East 1O) feet, i
i has already dispatched many orates. Keams. There was a pretty tree filled years. lIe writes: "1 had taken several E. A. Hartwell was calling on his many: thenoe Mouth -120: feet, thence West to 'I
with good and pretty presents and a kinds of lends, here )llBt.$aturdIlY. Section _
leGsn. Ilartner, Dlokerson and Leery kidney remedies but with little The Plant System Is distributing free line thence North 5JS ft, thence
"<, been1 cruising up the St Lucie river barrel each with tine orauges and apples of benefit. Finally' tried Foley's Kidney Quite a number of men are looking for large. wall calendars for the current :year., East 717 feet more or less, to, a. point I 10)(> -
arch of game in Mr. Ilarraer's cora- for all. Prof. Poppell, was master Cure and a one dollar bottle cured me." places to purchase for winter homea.rMI' They can be obtained from the undersigned feet West of Hou tli west entree of plat of ,
ible boat. oeremo. lell. There were"lIOme prettysong4 B. A. Wilson! A Son. + Harno, thence South lAO feet thence,
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and address by Dr. Enos after V J. S. Coats left for at the ethic, or by mall upon receipt !
an LaGrange, Rut 7BO feet to Wed side or 'F.K.<: (J.
atching for rabbits,one day lately which fireworks: The house of six cents postage.F / V _
there were Tuesday to ship some nursery stock. to Railway right of-wsy thenoe North oa _
hammock, Mr.ranter saw a carious was tastefully decorated ,with palms, Georgiana.) a party at Fort Pierce. M. Joi.r.v. West side of F. K. C. Railway rlj, t Ilv. Pass. Agt. V
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poor mocking bird was resting/ and /flowers. '
moss
Spanish way 00 feet thence East to point of beginning -
be branch of a tree feeling secure Miss Louise M. I'owe, after a delightful Jacksonville Fin
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unsuspicious danger, whenaseske James Roberts ;aDd cousin, Sir. Dun- Reader, do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE two weeks spent at her home here, :, excepting railroad rlftht-of-way, Ii V

lenly seized her and breaking. bam, of Oslo; Ralph Dawson of Nar- ? If not, It will pay you to do loft, Monday, to resume her work In Please" mention the AnvocAT when through said mod. Containing about :UIV..I I

, sucked tbe blood. Another.timeiw rowsf and Ed."Walker, 'warn among the Wells college, Aurora N. Y. writing advertisers. acres Including the County rond. ThIs-, __________
tract has a of ,S,<)K
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so.J. young grove or
callers at' Mr WIgfleld 00 Christmas .
a flab jump up and catch a bird W. Bruner shipped five crates of fine Mrs. S. E. Watson, who has been visiting \ trees on It, and an artesian well eto V V _
had beautlf of
b Day. They' a tree pretty _
was hoveringover the water A pineapples one day last week-all largefirstclass at her uncle's O. R. Magruder's, left
I dish was d' one .useful presents "Mr. Wlgfleld's.Mr. Notice of Application for Tax: i No. B. Ilegln: at Southeast corner GI j
ecur for dinner
fruit. for her home In Cat
Way cross, on
with a single shot M seven uall Wlg eld. had a, line, large sweet :\ V V Deed. lot now, or formerly owned by J. I.. Hsr _
On Thursday he secured twosqulrind watermelon, ,over two feet long served Capt. Symmonds has launched his sail Saturday.Dr.: risen, thence. ran /Month) across Elbow'
three ducks after the on Christmas Day'; also some of the boat Nip and ruck. She Is a good solid Kirkwood rustle a surprise call on creek to North boundary ot land belong,7 I
: of the brilliant sunset, by: finest oranges I In Florida' ,"from his grove boat and sails well. Mr. Ilartwell's family last week. Tbe Undor DM. I,of Chapter ws, Lawn of Florida) ing to Wm. Treutler thence East along f g _
moon. the Indian River Nurseries.On Doctor occupied the last IIKRSBir: GIVEN THAT W. M. Ji, Section: line which. Is the North bound
near Garvey cottage, .
Mr. Clement Is bavin his sail boat: nut :NOTICE......... of Mrs of Ta. Certlnonl. _
r winter and we were In hopes to have V No till, "ce,1 l l th. ary of Wm.Trentler'IIADd to North bank
left for In
''it should the 20th ult. Miss Martin first-class order. She: will be
know
: soon
that
Foley's Honey him with us agals), but he can not get a IIIIIQ.bu Clod. MM 4MHtlHoat In my' ofllo., au4) of Kiboworeekthenc.West: along bank V
Tar Is absolutely the best for allsos Melbourne, where she spent the night ready for launching.Mrs. suitable bouse. h... mail .|>|ill.atl"n for tux ilwi'f' to Issue InacOordan of said. creek to point. of beginning 1 being'
' of the throat and Dealers leaving tbe next day for Ocala to attenJthe ... with I...... Hulil .rUlloace. .,.unlrc.ithe 5
lungs. Lena Hall has recovered from her In Section 31 Township 27 Range
Booth
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, "'I'owln. .11. property situated laHrcnrd
Florida State Teachers Association. Mrs. E. V. of New York
itithorizod to guarantee It to give recent Illness sufficiently to be able to. be Rnthven city, _uu,,.. ri'irbl.. to wit i S. W. (if of H.W. 87 Ksst. This land Is covered with the-
faction. B. R. Wilson fc Son. Five hundred teachers were present partor out driving on Monday. accompanied by Miss Edith fctallee granddaughter .X.Heotioa 1$ Town*hlpflH, south eX..ontIntnpt41 waters of the creek
all of ,the. time. The badge were of the late Judge Hopkins of ; sores The. saul l a: quite pretty. Tbe next meeting will beheld Watch night services were held at the Jacksonville, and niece of Mrs. Titus? of _...._|IIIC the date...._nf th iMtwniM
White City. DeLand. One of tile Inducements church on New Tear's e"e. by a few of Tltusvllle, have come to spend the winter la. tli.' Uul.M Mid of..flnrifln Mrtinu Hfinttwrn shell be Ky.Comp.ny. f.... Houston's addition to Ban Uallla, corner _
to go to Ocala was that the famous Sliver the faithful 1 brothers and sisters. In Miss Powe's residence. Mrs. diwiMtl. mooatding t<. tow, taa il...l will IMU of Houston street and street through the- i _
Springs were near and could be reached Roth ven spent last winter here and we tlmraon on tb. llth I ulaynt K.brasry A. l>. Iwrt. Koesch addition fronting 1OT fret oa _

s. Poppell been quite sick with cheaply and pleasantly, bat, mo doubt, daughter Mrs. Clement Miss and Catherine her charming were little are glad to have her with us again. ..Ot'Ir'"j: ::: :oHIolal' A.Uiutur.. I.. tWO, suit (ml thU the Houston street.

,tlgla; but Is somewhat improved... many were disappointed In nol gettingto calling (HMl!) A. A. HTICVfAIIT. No. 7. Commence about I 0 chains 81V
them for the fare went to $-j on Mesdames Hughes and Hall, Tuesday Clerk Circuit Court, "..y.r.1 rvmnljr Kin.Ity links West from Northeast corner of
up
see >
eral car loads of shell have arrived made afternoon.In The white man's burden Is usually] Indigestion O. A. Stewart 1>. 0. Section 20 Section line between
or $.S.3O each unless a party was on Sections
ur citizens are busy it to the list of which means no appetite Irritability _
applying Sunday 8ehoolllOhCla.ra'namea
upand that was bard to do. People have 17 and :20( run WestutiiaI II: links, .
latlon road. no business to adrertlse some great sightto that recited pieces at the Christmas ',sleeplessness, weariness of body Notice For" Publication.IV thence South 10 chains B4 link, thence '
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. have been having several day. of be seen for 23cta round trip on the tree exercises, Ralph Laugblins, and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptfclde South 60 degrees/ seconds.. East 3 chains j

ly rain, which does not do much tralaand 60cts on hacks then stop tbe name was accidentally omitted. Ills Is a new and perfect ours. It aids to Eau Oallle hirer, the e. follow the 1 _
or harm, except: to make It disagree-I train and let hacks charge what they' like piece was. good one and well rendered. digestion tones and regulates the stomach. TJI : CIRCUIT COIYR'rJ BVKVTir!: : ..JtJIC" shore of Eau Gall). itlver In an Easterly
Wilson al Iroult of riorl" ( l I
In
B. K. ft Son. end for iiravarcl _
to work. She heard Rev. Sam P. Jones lecture and Ralph Laugblln and Ollls Williams County. direction to a point due South from place-


>it, lIUcb.1 a short time ago has said the educational exhibit was" good Ml\turdamornln The boys hammer.Jbun Ordinance AgalnatMelZln :' Goods Mary A. snrI'... contftlolngO acres more or V
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.lenced to build his house on Tine- but there was room for Improvement. to death with clubs, and carried him Eugene, M. HIUICB"" ..,..al.! less and known as the Kitchell place.

, avenue. She had the honor of being presented to borne In trln mph. It measured three feet. on Sunday.BR Wro.-V M, H-IXillam.frank } 111I1' Partition No. 8. NEJi of Suction 28, Township _
Governor .W. S. Jennings by Mrs. J. C. 27 South Ilange 37 _
. Michael of Ft. Pierce, traded Mr.Peck has his handsome II tile launch M. WmiMn InJu.tlon.! eCt>. East containing IDO V
of Leesburg at a reception at Walter H, Mu'ieIr less
Compton IT ORDAINED BV THK: TOWN ItiUX- acres, railroad right-of-way.'
s with hans Knndson, one day last dlewlld[ decked out In a of TOO J. siAmlavis i _
the Ocala House. Also the pleasure of new coat ell of the Tows lit Tlltmvllle, / that wn . and before be bad owned his new heats A. O. paint and varnish. She Is a regular I "i|n .tor. itispuw.I | fit may wsr.J, hating Men fll.d, In thl. Court by III* : No. 9. NW ( Hectlon 2J), Township
'n hour be let him have too much meeting' Hon. W N. S Capt. beauty and skims over the water like a ....re.c.'J.: :: : ffn Ml. rO chMftl on Hfinday: or .oln Itor for complainant, tn.t the ilnf..n y which of McDonald. Prof. Compton. Mrs. Mthls ...11. or Inrum the .'n..It II be punlnhiMl by a Walter H.MoSaic ....1 T"....... J. Wo./t..n arwb acre, loss railroad rightofway.No. ________
was taken advantage by and others of note. Miss Martin arrived thing of life. Her owner 'ha reason to fine not .scw.ibnr Witty Dollar*. I la 'orsi and the reault was a broken New Year's Day and opened be proud of her. eu..rIC.41c> or necflMffty, ,h acres, l less railroad
fl
f, Mr. Michael was out here, )lat In town had muiop l kiu.psrsn.a otbera :nay rtl"|K ".of th..om- >TWl to iwnlila at Maxton. In lh;. HtaM otV rfirltt-of-wav being part of Lot<< I and of
' school on the :and, after having a The quartette of bachelors, Meiisrs. fart, and n.ores tlss at life to customer, without ..rtli Carolina. ant th.r I. no ti.rs.Th wltbln
y.picking up the pieces. delightful time at the Association. Tuttle Itogero: Ranches and hU lend .kmiplnit, OJ" H ilnor.It tbl., Hta .,.mwvlneof. .ubpwiia upon whom wonlil NE>i of NW&., Hectton! 'Jownshln 27
very \ and II. furthnr OTII5VISII l that any |> r*on vMac'llimnfK bind tli.MM. defendant, Mouth hang 37 East, known ss J. L. is
have rented moved Into what .
lie was Itll this ulialt ,iiHm0tmrl!' tlcm pyof .a TKr am thereto? lr> iMmnvanil yon, bus i.t.t! Stewart place
Kept:: Ills Leg. Sent Into Kxlle.: formerly' known an the Mother II allpropert ane not tow* ban Tw.nejr.ftv iJnllitr.. ....| nut Waiter H. M elve years J. W. Sullivan, nf Tliousniid! ,.. They are a happy family and .xcllnK fifty holier. for the flieS uttntiMi' '. orb pest at the (:Ie.k' Olflc. of Oils Court on tlm Tin. 11. Lots 17 and J*, b..ocle 4, Town. V __
ago : .
liaprt.4/fi.Jln tn common jail at lu.r'i' |UM>V.txty of Eau (lallle.
ord. Conn, scratched his leg with awire. Every year a large number poor sufferers are all good quiet, accommodating: wellbebavsd"boys.t lajr. <.r .....,...or by tutth ..."h Hit.s.ti.l im- FIRST MONDAY IV '1I: aIARY. A. O. IH02,
Inflammation and blood whose lungs are sore and racked an-louDm.ne. at Ih. ling set In, For two he suf- with coughs are urged to go:>> to another fie U furtb.r or>laln( ..<.J. ttuu, this .irdlnann.* t". MUM will !.. Ltkiin... oonfiMMiJ (Oallle. Quitclaim deed for this only- _
years 'climate. Bnt this Is costly' arid not always shall take.treec lmiiMHllmt.ljr up*>n It. a|>|*"nral.PMMH Jt I I. .lrwt! .l that thu. or.ii'r !>. ...fC.ln.cl-.. held under Tax Title. _ _
intensely. the best doctorsamp.taUou Food
Then to .
Clmiige I'oNon.
when !and approved January 7th 1""""' the KAHFOIAttr .UVIf'A'rlC( once II week. for
"but," he writes "'! : sure. Don't be an exile Dr. Attest )ne bottle of Electric 111 tiers and 1} King's New IMscoverffor Consumption Putrefying food In the Intestines produce U. A. PRoS?. AlarmTown -. l be poute.1 at bUs Court: Houa. (.bMir anil a eiit/v F. A.
MORGAN and W. JI. JONKS
of will\ cure at home. It's the most Infallible effects like those of arsenic, but Ctork I jan7f.b ,Iw nmllml' to tod r"n>lant,* at M..tclal"ta".r ,
w sound llucklen'a and Arnica well as Salve: ever.and" For my medicine you for coughs, cold,and all Dr. King's New Life1 Pills expel the daM North".Camlraa.rr.1M wltbln. twenty days rrom the As Administrators of the Estate of Wm.Treutler V ________

ions, eczema tetter, salt rbenro, throat and lung disease on earth. The poisons' from clogged bowels gently, Remember that the EAST COAST >n* and onlarml si th. Clar..'. Ofllr. at TI. deceased. ,

and all blood disorders Electric Bit. fllirt dose brings relief. Astounding cares easily' but surely, curing constipation ADVOCATB does all kinds of job printingat ta*.ill.., riorlilia' this aotb day of V VvcutatHT,A. Tltnsvllle Florida. __
.
Trial bottles biliousness sick headache fevers all i> MUI.
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as no rival on earth. Try them. result! front persistent 11 short notice. Send them aa order A.A. I'ITE'' "A.RT..
Wilson A Son will guarantee satlsn -, freest B. It. Wl Ison Jt: Son's. Price Wtets) liver, kidney' and bowel troubles. Only and be convinced that It II the play. to ((5sJ.5) Cl.rh Circuit Oourt.3janAw B3T" Filter tubes are now for sale at _

or refund, money. Only BOcta.: and $1. Every bottle guaranteed. i :5cts: at B. K. Wilson *: Son's. have job printing done. II,O. A.STEWART. I>.C. this omoe, price 25cts; postage .&tr&. 14,

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1 an' the steam roam;, ana m many cases
: they have advantages over the latterIn The Seaboard Air Line. Railwaj

T.:1i ; 1 facilities for handling soon freight
However. if tbe Interurban road reduce
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tbe travel between towns on the
highways which they parallel they will t V.STIBULEQJjMITED
Capital City Route-
purely increase the travel"on the crossroad ;
.
1"; xt.i *, leading from tbe farms to the ti_ 1 .
I railways and wblch act as feeders to 9y J The Shortest, 'Route
i the steel ways Tbey will also undoubtedly ; u c eF TRAINS' .. .
i t increase the volume of travel on / '
off the kSphy F The Best ,
the roads reaching from villages DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Line
lines of the electric and steajn roads to 1z
i those'through wblcb these lines extend. Double Daily Service-Including Sunday to. .

i j Small crops, unsalable vegetables Good road advocate have no reason SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES:! RICHMOND:
result from want of for becoming apprehensive that the ex:* '
PHILADELPHIA NEW
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE TORE
tension! of the interurban electric railways '
c cti
I WITH THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.
will cause any of the wagon ; ;
Potash.Vegetables roads to be abandoned and to fall into Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville New Orlew,

., decay.Yhlle they seen likely to, reduce ; For further Information writ..

1 traffic on Borne of the main thoroughfares A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville: Florldi
.' are especially connecting towns, their effect J. M. BARR R. E. L. BUNCH
; will be to Increase, the number of I. V. P. d G. M.L. Gen. '.... Agt.
) I fond of Potash. Write for '
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short haul In the aggregate on others. PORTSMOUTH: VA.
.
t' ; our free pamphlets. It I Is at any rate a factor la highway' =

( CCR MAN KALI, WORKS, ., Improvement.
93 N......St.,New. York. Too progress being made here and Dixie Flyer Route .
I I abroad In tbe manufacture of practical ,

and economical steam and gasoline Tri-Wcekly Sailings. Double dally trains with PULLMAN'S FINEST,VESTIBtiLED BUFFET CABS,
r truck and "lorries." a* well a* passenger -Through< without change---i
Free and coaches, for the transportation of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOUIS.

I Accented .A\\A\\ ,, Masons. freight and passenger on the public BETWEEN JAGKSONYILLE and NEW .YORK. -. Cloae connection made In .Union,Depot*, for--
highway offer the good roads ent ust- Chicago, Louisville,' Cincinnati Memphis and all point West and Northwest
I Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) '
set sufficient guarantee tor a counteracting Be aure that your ticket I'e&d.t.' via -
I 'Influence tending to give the Interurban I WESTERN ATLANTIC.RAILROAD, and NASHVILLBS, CHATTANOOGA
,
II. Indian No. 90 The Finest the Coastwise ServiceThe
I.. wagon way a new Importance.It Steamships in A ST. LOUIS ,RAILWAY, ,
I
River TitusvflleWd will probably then come to a straggle Fur Information relative to rates,, eb.dlllea.etc., write to...
:" between. the operator of tbe motor Clyde New England and Southern Lln... T. ti. DOUSE, Fla.; Pass..Agt; Jacksonville' Fla.
:' Ite. r r Holiii IM meeting* aeoondand fourth rrtd panle to decide which of tbem can Atlanta Gas; Nashville, Tenu.r .
+j'. T of MWh month S* the IM. Armory Tltiu J Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. d' .
9I1w.a. T D'olimk p. m. reduce tbe coat' of operation to tbe.lowest '
J. R.walker.. .
i L, Oorrutlwni Worshipful. Bonlnr W Muttr.J. rrt... polatWk. (Calltng at,.Charleston, S. 0., both ways) I

., T. It.d&1.Ie".L..runlur. Wanton.. .. ....._ : .EMI.wEaKLY HAIUNQBl I
J. 31.IMxnn' na.nrer.Ir. 11 Warn a rm.-' .; :. : :.. ;.; ...;:.......from Lewis Wharf, Boston pLANT 'YS T ErM.
,..A.A.HuiitiM MorgMi,,Chaplain.Haoretary. Tbe roAd in Poland at the beginning Northbound., .......................... .. .............from foot of Catherine' Street, Jacksonville\ S
I t J. B. Reravan, Hcnlnr Dmoon. of tbe nineteenth cmtnry' were so bad -
I R. K. Mlinii,jr., .1 nnior DMeon. hat twelve horse were required to sHsa BSSFvsBV)aBssv am 'm avaa a-jBaavsMa avaB- .MBav-a-ssBa
j JII, O. Van land ngham. Senior BMward. Clyde St. Johns River Line. .
tI, 1/', M.Taylor Junior Steward. drdvf II traveling carriage, and sometimes -
The from Florida. Connections
r,"W.Kobarti, TI.r.1Iir sliteen horses. were,. needed, to (Delhury IJne.) OreatThrough Car Line :

h < ""m'T"T"Tt--T.- """'-'-'-- . ---1U4 I drag It at a foot pace through( ,tbe,mud. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Tn the* RjKt! ,,rla all rail. The'Atlantic Coast Line,, via' Charleston, Richmond
Stopping at Palatlca.A.tot, St.Tremolo. Bareord; (DeLandV Blue Spring and intermediate landIngs i.pl sad Wathlngton. The Bou .Railwaj, via !Savannah= Columbia
GOOD ROADS FACOXR 0... It_.. O..wl.. .. r...... oo the\ !..Jolm-a Kl".r. and Washington..

l. The value and Importance of good I STEAMER "City of Jacksonville.. To the West The !Southern n', via JeaupAtlanta and Chattanooga The L A

a "' INFLUENCE OF TROLLEY LINES ON rends are appreciated more and more CAFT. W, A. SHAW.Is N;via Montgomery-! The Southern R'j,, via Savannah, Columbia
.ArrO :!TXO TO SAIL All FOLLOWS I and Asheville. The MAO via Montgomery
each R'y
surcwding<< year, not 'only by s peo: :
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT.: Jacksonville S:30 8unc1.y.Tu** Lean
: m. 3r
1L p.
.... pie In the rural districts, but by lubsbltants Lave ford,a:30..m.,Monday, tlnmda'S Mid Fridays.Southbound Toth East. via 8te..hlp. Via Savannah aod Ocean S S Co., for New York,
t J I .. - ....-.fIr .of, wn*.and cities *..well.laoy ." Read down 801Ul'4IULEt Northbound' Reed up. Philadelphia pnd'Ro.top.' via Savannah. !Merchants, :MinerTransportiitlon
.....If t E. ..:.7o. N.*4 dew; Oo.4lioail ,_ leave $: Rpm. ................ .,)aolteoQrill.\. ......Arrl.| tWta. OorOpanyJor Baltimore.. .
.' 865 '......................Palatkar.................. Leave dHNI pm.'
,"I.I, /A...._.. .. No ."IWU"._ ) a bright and happy household has' .> a-flOam; ) pm ................... ...Aitor....... .......... SU pm.4i30lun To Key'West and llavaaa, via Fort Tampa,an4 Peninsular' fc Occidental Steamships
y "r ...... aka Valance *f T.rvoa-PwD. been thrown Into sadness and sorrow because I. ....................8&. VranoU............... J:4M pm. To Nova Scotia; Cape Breton and Prince Kdwarda Island via Boston and Canada,

.._,. t. M ConId..... of the death of a loved one from a .". BflOsm...............Bo..rordDeLaDd.....Blau. 'ringa..1.)....................... "M 13-otth'a.llrfwam. Atlantic. and& Plant Steam.hlllUnlt for.fialtfa?, pawkeabury aqd Charlotteatown.

neglected, cold. Ballard's. Ilorebound Arrive ajMsm: .....................ttanford.................. .> P5 a. .. .. .
:t .A new. :.faftor JihatJOQstdooa; be taken Syrup Is the front; cure for coughs,colds I
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1, Into coanlderatton tn and all pulmonary aliments. Price 25: Gon'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay Jacksonville. "VVJJ.TTmR.cra.xsTS': :: : ; j\m\ f OB.ETS:
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'tbe connection' and BOcts. B. K. Wilson A Son. .. .. ,............ will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern Western and Southern States to
wltft good roads problem la the A.C.HAGERTY. Knst'n PaM. Agt.. F. IRONMONGER J "'-''! S11tem ...
: ;" W Btau 8t New York 204 Went Bay Bt..Jsckioav111.Ia.l, all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant ,daring the season of 1901.1002,11.
rapid extension of the electric traction A D..p..... C...._. THO8. D.HALEY, Lowl Fretght"Ag.nt, r I O. P.LOVKI.U A....'.ria. Snpt.. ited to return until with liberal atop-orer privileges In Florida.
,c a systems Into the rural district Not A Russian exile relate how he once JOHN.foot HoKitna.jM I_ HOWARD>kionrllle Superintendent, ri:*. I Foot Hogan Foot Bt.Hogan JxiluoorUl./MkMWTUle.Flit.. ,FU. Addresses of .Mar.31Bt. north dent to tbe undersigned will be liberally sup.
coo tent with the Immense volume. of saved himself by a desperate artlflce. THEO. O. KOKK.: General M..c.r.| WM. H OLYIIO CO., OeaorU. Agmiti.Cbewbrougli plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
earning; of the Intramural.'lte'De. the A police official searched his bones for ; Building IO SUM St.,OppMtte Battery Park New York. For information as to rates, sleeping car reservation. l. etc., call on or write to
", C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltusville Fla. '
compromising paper There was In
skeet rallwajloterest. have Invaded
'i I his possession a document the discovery F. Mi Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.
\. UM country: with long Interurban IID! I
l of which meant serious danger to 138 West Bay St. Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla,

that are r already projected all the way himself and his friends. B. W. W re n n, Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Oa.

Ticrois largo states, say II. W. Perry Wherever be might bide' It. It seemed W. B
DENHAM General Superintendent' Savannah, Ga.
'\ <: ; In
These street railway, or eloctrto traction coolly handed the document to the ,
I road, are not to be Ignored by the official who scarcely glanced at It and ..
1 '1.,.' .' .;' T., n;
i/ : : good road worker Tbvy must bv banded It back. .. V
:'i x.J studied for the purpose of determining After tbe most careful search tbe official .
the effect they will eventually have upi his nose blackened with soot and I

bIll hair decorated with feathers, for r. 1 Southern
: I he had ever} examined the stovepipe

and tbe bedding, departed empty hand
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Dtl BCT. ....- QUICK TIMR TO

,t. Nature 0)4) M aiov. Baltimore Pbll.U1t1pbl.

I Florida East Coast Railway. flew Yer'.. Qbtcago, Clnduaall..

I i CovUfvlllc.. << Jltlnta Blrningbaa..

banagoigae lnellP" $ .,L/11K 'tusao{ '{M.
Babies and children need
SCIIEDULE IN EFFEo'r JANUARY 7TH. AND POINTS .
r ALL! QAaT' AJIIID- \VB**T.

t "I proper food, rarely ever medicine. I. ... ...rrrl..r

1 If they! do not thriveon Arrivals of Trains at Titusville.. tafQ,07T1f2R.L; 1it4D.A' P ABRvucD-t.ucu; rnIa1.

1i BABD OH TUB HOItBE.n I THE MUW YRP..4.FLO
EXPRESS
i their food something is ; IIDA
highway travel: whether toward |Inn SOUTII OUND.-No 33 at 2:47: p. m. ; No. 21): at 5:KM: p. m.NORTHBOUND. ,
creasing or decreasing Its volume or a* wrong. They need a little A"'D'THa' U. S.: PAST: MAIL

n reducing tile length of haul by horse .-No..78 at 3.-O1: p. m.; No. 28 at a:A3 p."m. To .the, .to e, ssa ,hto.ch.
to their ,
and wagon) and changing: direction. ,help jet digestive I

('ractlcll1l, all of those railway par- machinery working properly. I Complete winter schedule including Sleeping and Parlor Car Trains between THE, CIN.IN'A'r.l; & FLORIDA LIMITED

allel Important highway between the To tti." W_L.na, .\ grtVy.a ;
rlnclpnl cities and town Many of
( them have franchises from tbe state Jacksonville! Palm Beach and Miami will be In eflect commencing January 15th, The. line through 'Thv'Land of the Sky." Asherllle. Hot

granting tbe right of construction and Spring.,.N. c:.. Plne? Summer; .*:ort Section: In the
eperatlon directly on the public high i and Pocket Time Cards showing all trains will be issued about that time. ,World Through Sleeping| Cara from Jacksonvilleto

ways while others own part of them In "Soij or A.b..III..4 Hot Springs. North Carolta
the shape of purchased right of way.
G'} I, The car oa these lines transport pallI COD LIVER OILwill Cftolct 01 Router{ pn.JlBtrlaa xpottfea< Buffalo n.' If.
.
WITlIIIYPCPIIOPHITES 1.1J'f SARI \
I F seugers from town to town or between On January: h two additional through trains will be put on the run from Jacksonville Through' Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-sewn Sleeping Cars
I the polnt on the road a* comfortably, Through) Coaches.exCBULiBrVr .-' '
more cheaply and almost a* quickly 1111 generally correct this to Miami passing through Titusvllle aa follows i
DINING CAR JSBRVICB.,
the steam car between stations and !

far more quickly and agreeably than difficulty.If SOUTHBOUND 23. at 12 BO p. m.; No. 00 at 12:03 a. m. Through Trains viI The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection

lie trip bug or short, can be luadu by with the runt System teem Jscksonvillsi.Akk .
will put from one NORTIIBOUND.-No. 74 at 5:44 No. 04 m.
horse and buggy or wagon. It seems you p. m.; at. 3:13: a. .
I ebvlou. therefore that the electric fourth to half a teaspoonfulin i, for Tickets via Southern Railway, Correspondefl Solicited.K. .

/ xoiidn will) tend to reduce tbe light passenger baby's bottle three or four ";. ., ... CAB** riorlda Tmatugtt A(..&.V* We.s a> ....JACCSONVIUJ. FtA.B. .

travel along the wagon roads K. H AA WIIACi ., 0>seral1 Fa A.t., W. H.' "fL01I:. S"'.O.n. ?.. A...
which they parallel.llut times a day you will soon seea ,.c.:'," ., ." UJl..IIo.! 0. ATIo.UITA.<<...
the traction companies are not by \ tl
marked For .," July I, 1901.
any meant couu-nt with poaaenger business improvement. -v ,t .' "
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alone, They hare already embark. ;,i' .. I'
larger children from half to 1"J .':>: A'. u fi'f.oi' : \
ed In the express! and light freighting

truffle, despite the legal obstacle which a teaspoonful according to ---.--- --- --- -

1 are being thrown In their way by the ,
dissolved in their milk '
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age, ,
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,: -
II 1'1\UI railroad companies, whoso con. MALLORY LINES.
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V-utlous have been defeated In the supreme if you so desire will very / I .
II court\ of Ohio.\ This freighting .
show its nourish.
soon great
er esprviia busluemt. promise In the '
near future to beeoiue more profitableto ing If the + Through Ickeu to ,
power. mother's NEW YORK PHILADKLPniA. NEW HA VEX .
the loud. than t,
the transporting ofpiitweutfers NEW LONDON, STONIKUTOS:< PUOVIDOCK1!: j
milk does not nourish the
and to grow mON rapidly In FALL RIVER, BOSTON and aU Northern Points.
volume. T.I cannot be doubted that this THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
4 baby, she needs the emul AT LOWER RATES THAN VIA ANT OTHER L1SE.
rawsagon traffic from the parallel' ,

bl&lIW8)1\ sion. It will show an effectat Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada. Three Steamer Trains every Thursday Leaving Jacksonville a. follows:
A A few If
yet of the electric
roads
have auy once both upon mother 'VU tbe "Ilea 1..Dd'".... ..,.., .,....f0a0a.m,, 'letrnpolltaD'LJmlted'
(
attempted to embark In the heavy $4.00 and EACH Should be "... .. )
PRICE $3.00 used by every Boat Builder in the U.S. VI..lh..nlS.um. .... 8:15p.m..
freighting bualness In this country and child. Via 8oBbo.nl Air Line; ............. 7:40 p.a.. (rut ball) .
1 tliough it hoe been done In Europe. !lOCo and|i oo, all dnigghn. In Use by some of tbe Principal Boat Builders in the United States. Baggage checked through; to destination.For .

We may safely 1 predict however that SCOTT" flOWN,Ch.mUt., Near York For Sale by
1 In time the traction companies will attempt Jas. Pritchard & Son rates, descriptive and Illustrated matter schedules reservation's, ticket j
to secure much of this business etc., apply to
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1. also, unit** legal! lestrlctlous debar : When ""writing advertiser please I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. A. W. PTB Agent. 1'30' > W.Bay Jacksonville.

Ule''P tor they can operate a* cheaply 'mention the ADVOCATE. I SEE TIlE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. _.?.. _. _.__ J.B.RA7MOJTO. Afrvnt.Braiwwick.Ga..
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11ROCICLEDGE.
TITU8V1LTLE.OXTHEIMJIANRIVER.. F*t [
SEABREEZE.
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9 Hotel Colonnades Clarendon Inn
.. it Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE FLA.

TITUSVILLE, On-The-River. On-The-Oceao. ,

FLORIDA. Rates $3.50 per day and up $17.50 to Rates $2.50 per day to $3. $11.00 to AND COTTAGES NOW OPEN ,

$35 per week and up. $17.50 per week. JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND TilE WINTER. d
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Cuisine unsurpassed In any hotel In Electric Lights Furnace Heat Up-to- THE HOME OF THE ORANGE.
LARGEST AND BEST-LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS .
I J. G. BAST Proprietor. Florida. date house. t
FOR GOO GUESTS.
Steam Heat Electric Light, Best of Fot those desiring the Sea the Claren BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDE.

Q DUCK SHOOTING Service. don Inn has the finest location in Florida. 23 NErORCELAIY PRIVATE HATHS.

1 s tt Orchestra at both houses after the 13th: of January. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELKVATOU, STEAM HEAT LAUNCHES, '

i Take train to Daytona, then 'Bus across the river to the hotels. ORCHESTRA, EXCELLENT BOATING FI3I1I5W and HUNTING.

POST A GILL Managers. A. L. MARSH, Proprietor and Manager. ,

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COCOA. EAU GALI.II;
$10 and $12 per week.

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA FLORIDA. Indian River Inn EAU GALLIC, FLA. t
JACKSONVILLE.1: ,! J House Overlook the Indian River '
Centrally located. Large aIry rooms. Bath convenient.;
Near the Duck Grounds of U"nan1Rher., and the picturesque upper St. ,
Rates: $1.50 per day; special terms by week or month. Johns, noted for Black BUSH. etc. Open all the year Rates .:LOO( ) per
day" special rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with '.
IDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. BIEttlUTT, Merritt's lMlIuul.Nevins' Fish at all times. Oysters and Game In season. I,
P. MoMILLAN) Proprietor

Rivenfiew Hotel ov INDIAN RIVMEFRRI'TT: '
Opposite,postofioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re FIA. Hotel Granada EAU GALLIE, FLA.

I, novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally,conducted, .,. On nigh Pine Land. Health, comfort and sport. No better' Huntingand Onluillun River. t j
Bath. Fine :
Fishing In Florida. Sulphur Swim ming yachting
Rates 2.50 per day and up. Tbe
Now Open. J. J. WILKINSON, Proprietor. VIII-

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. -- ..- fishing.: Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests.- first-din homelike '
r, KOCK LEDGE.: hotel., Rates $3.50 to $:!.00) per Open all the year Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Oallle.Fla.EDEN. 1

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fESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE "

FLA. NEW ,ROCKLEDGE HOTEL, ROCKLEDGE, FLA 1 F FEIiEN

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- r ,

ed this season. Fine cooking and good-table. Hot and Cold Water. OPENED ON". DECEMBER 1!. The Netherby ) On-Indlan-River, FLA ,"I
Im*
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Baths,, Elevator, eto. Five, minutes from any wharf or depot. All Situated on the banks of the famous Indian! River in the heart of the orange One of the loveliest locations on tho river. All modern improvements. I 1

streetcars pass the door. ,Rates. $2.00 to $2.50; per day. = raising district. Good hunting; unexcellod Uhtng( & ; and a fir t-clola orchestra Hot and cold bnths. Sulphur] /bpiliiR. Excellent drinking water. f I
Plenty of fruit and ice. Filth, Oysters !and fresh vegetables In bund-". ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. Rooms en suite with bath. Steam beat. Livery launches and boats. anon Northern cooking HOIIHO handsomely furnished with all the "" I l
comforts of a home Boats. Trains at Kuxton (Station on the ,
top 'if 1
Rates $2.50) per day and upwards. Special weekly rates until January 20th.
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plantation. Pineupple district. Mrs. M. A. CURTlri, Managers j 1; IVh:9T
a
lie b e Windle 10 East Forsyth Street. It. P. SHADES;; A; SOX Proprietors. .._ ___ ___ n'_ __. .'_ _-__--_-_.. .. 'j "

JACKSONVILLE FLA. -- : l"AT*\t In:.\CII. ,,", '1j,


European plan. Dining Cafe; new and fila; -class In all appointments. Hunter CaughtIn Lost Life In Fight +

Center of city. Near all car lines. Open for .rooms November 15th; a'Bear Trap With Swordfish THE PALMS. WEST PALM BEACH FLA., t

Cafe November 19th. Rooms, one person one day ft and up; by the --' A flrut-claim, home-like hotel, located on beautiful 1 Lake Worth, oppositeRoyal j
week, $3.50 and np.;_ While hunting Bears la the wilds of From time immemorial the calling of Ponclana. Near railroad station and places of interest. Special features, i
Idaho a short time ago Mr. B. Frank the flshermnn baa been regarded as Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable rates r .t,
C, B. SMITH, Proprietor. I fraught with hardship and dnngvr. House thoroughly: renovated. Under New Management.! Experienced: white
Mohr of Chicago was caught In a bear I IBoating.
Jooklc11 Not only has be wave and storm to waitresses will have charge of the dining room. Good Fishing Hunting and
trap and tot a time matters I contend with but sometimes meets / Rates t'A: to (:.1 I per day. Special by the week. For further Information -
SL, AUdUSTINE. pretty serious for him It was theChicagoan's death in battle with the very prey be address: The P lmH, West Palm Beset Flu.,'J, C. Stowers, Prop.[ ,o.r '

first ,bunt for big game, seeks. ..,
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and his experience wns not so pleas

[otel t e 1 l Magnolia I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ant as. Mohr's be anticipated.Mr. sister. Mrs. McBrooa. sloop The''crew Klondike.of the Cnptiiln Gloucester' Antonio(Muss.F.Cunha. ). ALTAMONTi: 81MUNOS. '

", Opened for the season of 1902.\ lives In the bear regions of Idaho and and fIe men engaged In the :;:
she helped arrange the expedition for aworddshlng business recently; sighted The' ALTAMONTEA'M NTE SPRINGS, Orange Co. 14

A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More !Kooms her brother's entertainment. There a monster swordtisli. lying. on' the stir- Open January ]1st. ,
face of the wntef
most of which have a Southern EXI 08ure. They are newly!' and were two other women In the party-; thlrtyidve Bountifully located among the tall pines and bearlngorange groves. On a high

handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private Mrs. S. M. Wharton of, Spirit Lake. miles I .outbt", : "4,' ,tide overlooking two beautiful spring/ fed lakes. First-class accommodationsfor
Ida.. and her daughter Elsie., Other Nor'j: '' rl) ISO: guests at rates that will please, you. Steam heat open fires; modern .
of
went
Baths. The dining( ; room baa been enlarged'to nearly twice Its for- members' were 0 lighting plant electric bells Excellent cuisine, white help. (finest black bass
'ni'nn'a
mer size, and various other improvements, have also been made at an old frequenters Land. fishing, boating and hunting; beautiful walks and I dilvei; bowling, billiards, I
i.y1 of the forest,* The sloop was.. tennis clock $golf golf, etc.-nil free to guest Our water. supply is from tho l
Expenditure of $3OOOO. A first-class Orchestra will furnish Mr. Mohr being worked quietlyup "famous Altamonte Spring on hotel grounds (the equal of Poland water). An
to the big l Ideal winter home for health\ Send for booklet. 1
and the or pleasure.
music
twice daily Rates $2.50: to $1.00 per day. Special weekly only "ten
derfoot. fish and a bar- GEO. E. BATES, Owner and Proprietor
monthly rates Special terms to parties. .w. Three bears poon was' "The Grand" Mount Vernon, N. II., In summer f {

PALMER A MCDOWELL, Proprietors. were caught In thrown Into It. ..
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The throw was
traps that bad '
STAUc.VSTINE. been! set the not good, and \ LlVI.OAK. n
: FLORIDA. _.
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'LORIDA 'BOUS' night before Auaruato Sylvia
The Old City By-the-Sea. and Mr. Mohr wan sent out In
This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Tear. St. Augustine Is and bin party a dory to put Hotel Oakes, LIVE OAK, FLA.
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of interest thatno hurried to tho th.fish
a IC ICIs
other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi plnclwblch to I Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial traveler. It
cycling. Boating Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all which wasstruggling the most liberally conducted hotel of Its pike In the State. The hotel ban
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. LIb- kL was near a to linen thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted.. .Everything new and
erally conducted. Capacity 2JO.;; Summer Rates: $2 to |2.50 per day $8 to trail mile from about'Cougar u getaway, first-class. KU8SKLL, MOOKE Proprietor.,
$12 week. For further particulars address ,
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F. C. HAYDEN, Manager 'killed annuals point one were at The it! right swordfish Sylvia up on and tbe NEW: YOKIC' :: :' : f'l 3: '


...FRONTING' ON THE PLAZA... time for the edification Jabbed ,the
ILGONQDIN HOTEL of the sharp faro Hotel Fifth Ave. and 15th attest: .

ST AlfGUSTINE FLORIDA.Sea /, Chicago .man. home lit then Kensington \ New York.
to ,
View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy' with '. I. While 'bakingaway started row '
out of harm's way. Thcf fish with two
a convenient -
Select and Transient Hotel.
comfortable beds.- Rates moderate <, ; distance from the scene of the killIng Irons In liim. began a utaperate trug- Family European Plan. G
'I. ,' '_ ,. ,' MRS.,A."s. PELL?1"roprletre.e. Mr. Mohr stepped Into one of the gla lie made a sudden dart nnd with Restaurant the Standard of Escelience. I'I I

traps. These are so 'arranged they, an upward turn ran Ills long sword GEORGE O. HOWE, Proprietor. IT

MAGNOLIA SPIUNGS.agnoll.a cannot be opened without a clamp. and through the bottom of the dory. The Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotel. ,' I, I
sword POIl8l-d Into the railing. or
sharp
It happened the clamp bad been left
so .. .,,
tin the trail about half a mile away the craft and stuck there. The flub -- --- -- ---- -- -

:SpringsHotel MAGI;LI J \ : '., \ Aside from a severe bruise Mr. 'Mohr then turned In Its fury and tbe dory< 43tli Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, "
,(st. jsssyL, Escaped. uninjured, which all the Old was,shaken about fearfully. THE HAMILTON t v
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NEW YORK.
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8ylvla tried to fling to the bow ,
time banters consider little short of a ,
28 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river steamers.
miracle. The traps close with sufficient thwart but the big Hob' tossed tile bout F'l F'lA
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. EleatorElecfrlo lights. Pure Apartment '
Modern Fireproof hotel Central and Do i
force crush a man to death. 1 about like an eggnhell. flylvla was .
spring water., No mosquitoes. Wall-kept[ golf eour e.- Tennis, Fishing Shoot- tq
Ing. Two swimming pools and Vapor Baths. M.OOperday. Special weekly That be escaped less serious Injuries l r buried overboard. Being clad In oilskins drably Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. >
rates. O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. than a broken leg Is looked upon as re ami rubber boots be sank Ira mediately
markable. The tooth of the trap bad and was not seen afterward. Furnished and Unfurnished.

caught the man's leg Just back of,the Tbe big flab. which weighed nearly two GEORGE W. MORTON.
PAL.ATICA. pounds dashed the! dory against the
auto
ankle In such manner protect .
and Its -- ---- -- - --- -
thin -
the !barb.Cures side ef tbe.Klondike was : i : ', -\-
last struggle for It tirokt*off its sword .
Hie Graham> Hotel, PALATKA, I FLA.. .,_..- tiNear Blood, Skin DIlleRse! hear' Its nose and was then pulled on Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association

Itching Humor, Eczema, board tbe sloop
steamboat t landing,and.opposite the office of the Ocklawaha River The Net and Twine Co.
Steamers. Rates, *3.50 to *:1.00 per day. Special: low rates weekly or Scrofula, Etc.! The fragile: babe and the growing child Chicago
Propritors.T -
monthly LEE A NYE,,. Send no money-simply write and. try are ttrengthoned by Wrlte Cream Vermifuge. Manufacturers ofF -
Botanic Blood Balm at our expense. We It destroys worms gets digestion
distribute free over 10,000 treatments In at work, and so rebuilds the body s
DAYTONA. Hamilton county,Ohlo. The cures made Price 25cts. B. R. Wilson sir Son. ab

by Blood Balm, spread so fast we were
unable to fill orders. It Is the sara 0
every
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OTEL DESPLAND DAYTONA, FLA. where. A trial of Blood Bslm Is our,best -" 6
reference so don't hesitate to write fora Mamma (at the brenkfant table) You
always ought to use your napkin
e
New hotel with all modern conveniences and appliances free sample.
and up-to-date .
If you suffer from ulcers,eczema,scrofula I Oeorgle.Oeorjle
for comfort and safety of guests. ,Rooms en suite with private bath. blood poison, cancer eating sores, -I am unln It, laamnaa. I've l1t
Lighted ,by.gas, and electricity j jtaWi, Itching skin pimple., bolls,. bone pains, got the dOle tied to,the )'elll of tbe table 'y7 t'
Heated hot
water
by system. .i. a swellings, rheumatism catarrh, or,any wltb 1 It-:Motherhood. + FJSHING1NETS and Netting oflEvery Deccrtptlon. c)
93.00 per day, and upward. ', : ; f ,.,. blood or skin disease we advise yon tq Deaters'ln Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Itopo, Etc. '
take Botanic Blood Balm ((13. B. D.). Especially -
of the Palmetto.
LEON DESPLAND, Proprietor; formerly recommended for old, obstinate I- 'Some! time ago my daughter caught; II Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
---:"" --- -- deep-.eated cases of malignant blood or' severe cold complained of pains In 79-81-8.: E. Indiana St. / Chicago Ill a
COnOSADO BEACH., skin disease because Botanic Blood BalmB. her client and had a bad cough. I gave ...Mention The ADTOOAIB In your letter... I ;;
B B. the In the blood Cough Kennedy according '
( ) kills poison ber Chamberlain's We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association. + '
cures where all else fall., heals every to directions and In two days she ;
CORONADO BEACH, FLA. sore, makes the blood pure and rich, was well and able to /go toscbool.: I have
Jewell's Seaside Hotel the rich of health for the .. .. .. .. ,
the finest beaches In tbe world.) gives the skit !glow used this remedy In my family past -- '- '- --- -- -- -
(One of B. B. B., the most perfect blood purifier ,seven years and have never known It to
Under new management. Thoroughly! repaired and renovated. Five minntes made. Thoroughly: tested for StQ years 'fall," says James Pren walk to North Indian River bridge-t e finest fishing grounds on the .Coast Costs tl per large<< bottle at drug stores. AnnatofatJamalcalveatIndia. Islands. \VoRivts ? -
Surf bathing month In the year. Large Sun the Ocean.A To Introduce It. samples of Blood Balm Tbe pains In the chest Indicated an approaching i
pleasant winter every home at reasonable rates for those who are In search> of rest, sent free by writing Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta attack of pneumonia which a4asqu.eanr. BMt M Qlttr.
health and Hotel''w>800<>tt* meets all trains at \ew Smyrna depot Oa. Describe trouble and free medIcal 'In this Instance was undoubtedly warded ; 1
rQlt office la pleu'\Jre.hoteL lIERDER'r L. LEGG laaager advice also given. STTblsUanbon- off by Chamberlain's: Cough ltemed,. It Fat 20 Years fins Led aU orn Bema 123. ( 1PJRT
est offer-medicine sent at once,prepaid. r counteracts any tendency of a cold toward x..xa UY .A.XaXa ? Rtrl3dZrTM. (' itr.p.v.d
i pneumonia. Hold by all druggists y---JAMES F. BALLARD! St.
The ADYOCATE does Beat clean Job PrInting. T- Deed blanks sold at this office. and medicine dealers. _Louis.'I

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t t EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 10, 1903.I ) .
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)I t 1 '<.. To Hotel Proprietors. TITUSVILLE-TOWN COUNCIL. Robbins &: Graham Co. :eL: :I:..,. ::: -3R.PatI7Y: -DEALERS. IN--i .dt, : eeO: 5

\\t To Commission Merchants The Tltuivllle Town Council held Its

1 i To Storekeepers and others.... regular monthly meeting In tbe law office (incorporated) GROCERIES, GRAIN ,AND HAY,; AND ALL FOOD PRODUM

of Town Clerk G. A. Frost on Tuesday PAID UP CAPITAL,, $25,000.00.: *
.J
1 If youwant to get good results when the following members of I We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FElt: i I 11
t advertise la the evening the Board, were present: Jno. K. Walker This company ownsLfAN' We deal exclusively. the above line of goods and solicit the trade of m ''.eta-
1t Write us for on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at '
era. prices
chairman S. G. Vanlandiogham, F. A. u;mn'
( ), : 3D S E. L. BRADY fit BRO. TITUSVIJLE.
) EAST COAST ADVOCATE Morgan and J. L. Carrutbers; also John : FIA| "

EH i Ilenrv, aiisessor. ; and R. E. Mlms, Jr., In the Indian River Ct,..atryj; On the St. -
TITUSVILLE, Indian River,FLORIDA marshal and collector. Dr. J. M. Dixon,
I 1 circulate extensively our popular mayor, was also prosont. Luole River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL
Tho ADVOCATE the business attended to was
Among
lemon, pineapple Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
throughout the orange( youTiave CATARRH the of the minutes which was
section of If ECZEMA, PIMPLES, reading ; -Dealer I ,
and 118b
I vegetable followed by a motion that,tbe Chairman Send for Land List.
Kloilda.. AH well M throughout every DIPIITHERIA, Sore Throat be empowered
of the Street Committee FRUIT
GRAIN AND
It Is known as tile Offices at Tltnavllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES FEED VEGETABLE
State In tile Union. ,
or any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HA IT- to spend 915 In shells to fix up the bad ,
"Pick Paper of Florida. places In1 the streets, which was carried.A Crockery, Glass and Tinware. A Your Patronage Solicited
of Florida has some of COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR isaguar. MORGAN ,
The East Coast motion was made and curried, that OEO. M. BOBBINS. Ft A. ,
the /fluent hotels In the United States, President Actuarr.Brevard TITUSVILLE, marshal and
anteed cure. the bond of R. E.Mlms, Jr.,
; and nearly eVillY hotel In overflowing tax collector, be approved and accepted.The -
For Sale
NOW by
with tourists during the winter. Abstract of Title Co
collector of ,
of John
report
I, JS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.: J. zx. SOrt.EJV'liJN":: : delinquent taxes, nenrYr yecl and ap INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
'j! (Jive the ADVOCATE your ad. and l you less WILL FUR1TI8HAbstracts
amounted to $20.40
I proved. They ( ,
1 will not regret it. Our office Is a kludJ' DRUGGIST.TITUSVILLE a commission of 10'per cent. of Title TITUSVILLE, ''FLA.Is .

of Bureau of Information. For rate, FLOKIDA. The following. bills were audited and prepared to furnish Ice la any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend

-tc., address lUauafter.THB: ADVOCATE, paid: -rOtt LANDS IN- paid sacking for Taohts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my
Advertising{ ........ ... tK. motto
Bona LemberCo ...... .. .. 9 Brevard County.
: Tltusvllle, Fla. .t. Mnwly "t Bro ............._.._..... 1337 T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. -
I II Additional Locals.Mr. Indian River BUM Bank ..... .... ..._... 9 T4 Office of
I Tltu.Tllle Elmtrio Light Co.............. 100 Offloe under Law
J FLORIDA Visitors who cannot J... Prltvbard Sun ......,.............. 103 GEO. M. BOBBINS, J.R. WAI.KKB. C. n. SWAIIC
............ ,
Ea.TCn10ADvooATs .. t WR.
call at our stores should write for a W. H. McFarland arrived in Tl- .K.Mlmn.Jr............... ...........o..... '200(1( TITVSVII.LK FLA.
South Souvenirs. usvllle, yesterday, from Enterprise R. A..Hobh" ..... ......................... 28 m
catalogue of Sunny O.A.Frost..............,...:.............. 6 00 Dry Goods Shoes
-Mr. G. Nolle, a well-known orange ,
'. I grower: of Shiloh, was In town ,e.ter. .Tots., .......................a so182xs East Coast Meat Market tai
I day. Motion made,seconded and carried that Furniture .

;, 112 W. Forsyth/: ., Jacksonville; also at -Mr. John n. Sams and son, Mr De G. A. Frost be given a salary of $5 per O. F. DUREN, Agent. ,
.
'; St, Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. Veaux Wednesday Sams, of Courtenay, were In townon month Motion as clerk made and and treasurer.seconded that the a ai>=> .... NotionsandMillinery'

rules be waived and ordinance against ::!
-Mr. Gordon Abbot, of Boston, was keeping opei on Sunday be read and be n 4 ICt.oC -
J: ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH among those who arrived at Canaveral put on its second reading. Carried. > pa New Goods at close prices. n
Club on Wednesday night Motion made and seconded, that the -

?' Brewing Asso's. -Mr. J. B. Coarsey, one of the mOlt ordinance1 against! Sunday opening be =PIaru YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. i

.,r .1. .j ilved popular in Tltusvllle commercial yesterday men on the road, ar- effect.adopted,Carried.and that It go Into immediate 1 o---: John R. Walker & Co. '

Famous Louis Reg and Hot- ; Moved and. seconded that said ordinance tst! : .
-Mr. p S. Titus, who baa been -- -- -- TITUSVILLE FLA.Whaler's .:
;1 tied. Boor spending bn published In the EASY COA.IITADVOO
the past week In town, returned to TII: for tour consecutive weeks. I
[" Sold by Me..r .T,A.Lortey and his position at Savannah yesterday.Vice Carried. t sa
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: ;' ,, R. L. Motlow Tlta.Yllle.Fla. President J. It. Parrott and Gen Motion made and seconded to adjourn. y tf
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By Mr. R. L.Motlow,Cooo, Fla eral Supt. U. T. God( passed through Tltusvllle Carried. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Store.

i Wednesday, on their way to Jewelry
: ; JOSEPH ZAPF Palm Beach and Miami. ADMIRAL DEWEY ARRIVES
l .
;
-Mr. J. A. Booth, of Brantley, was a ,
Sole Agent. pleasant caller at this oiHoe yesterday Admiral George Dewey the hero of f1XF.er.'s" "

r .soy, I lie was on his way; to join his wife and Manila, arrived In Tltusvllle, Tuesday Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc)

j 610 to 020 West Bay Street, family at Brancbvllle, Fla. afternoon, accompanied by-Mrs. Dewey.

-Mr. E. B. Sembler, of the fish firm They were on their way to tbe Breakers, SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Palm Beach. The Admiral while conversing -
of T. B. hicks A; Co will now make his
i j jr headquarters Sebastian and his sister, with an ADVOCATE representative and Jewelry. All work warranted! for 12 months. .
!, said he was going to Palm Beach on
Miss Mabel
>" i ...A. F1orj"c1.a; :atEan.: Sembler, will follow later. account of Mrs. Dewey's health. Ad' Ky:;: Mall Orders ,,\111 receive prompt and careful attention

.t -Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Drennen and the mlral Dewey was in the best of spirits, '
\
1t !. i GREAT DISCOVERY. Misses Marguerite. Lenore and Marie and asked after Tltusyllla and the late TITUSVILLE. FLORIDASpecial !
,', ;, J Exhibited presence. of Judge Christie,Pr.... )rennen, of the Dummltt orange grove Colonel Titus, whom he knew In the F r
A'1 .f muluic AUorn.. ot the Criminal Gortof Uu- place, paid,Tltusvllle a visit yesterday.Mr. He did
val County, ....,and Jaeksonvllls, KIs. 1.000 ; early days of Tltusvllle. not
tV.Jr ] letters of Tnntlnumml the Cum of Con.nmp. T. M. Doyle. Florida Passenger know: how.long, they! would stay at Palm
.
I ..
tioo.t.rrb Aalhmm. kl) b..n some Of the Beach It a deal Mra.Dewey' .
e of tho Nashville. a depended upon
: Chattanooga
mono prominent; oltlmen.of tha Unltwl AiriinM, both w &e., |ipeckagertrw St. Louis Railway anti Western & Atlantic health. However the Admiral
,package,M cent.. Address, Railway, passed through Titus- and his charming wife may stay at the '
1 WILLIS R. YOUNG, JACKSONVILLE,"LA.Citrus vllle, Wednesday his south. Breakers a few weeks, and on their returnto
way

Washington will probably visit the LIFE INSURANCE Bate we
-Dr. Munyon has purchased Mr. Geo. Charleston Exposition. OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
WAS NEVER EASIER lower than
R. Wallace's line launch, and baa also A great, many of our townspeople were '
placed an order with Mr. Wallace, at At the station to pay their respects to the TO CARRY. for years Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware)
j : frees. West Palm Beach, for a Id-horse-power: genial and whole-soulded Admiral, who and are about as low as It la possible to

motor for his laun.oh. the Plnta.Mrs. repeatedly acknowledged their salutes" get them. Harness and Stoves.;
from the oar windows. Our booklets, sent on application, will
J. M. Paine and her charming .
daughter( Miss Lovey Paine of Minneapolis As an English newspaper recently said: give much Information about Fill Promptly!
JBOTOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Orders |
FS "Admiral Is of the '
i with their servants, have again Dewey a gentleman LiUCo Xxa.siajretxa.oo.
arrived at tbelr beautiful winter first quality and a star of the brightest
home at
1,(00 boxes of Citrus Fralts-34 varieties Cocoa, much to the pleasure of their nu- lustre, of whom any nation may feel Contains tables of ages, rates, terms, Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
"
conditions etc.,
,
-will be marketed from our orchards merous Indian River friends. proud. May he live long and happily The companies represented are solvent,

and nurseries this season. An excellent Writing us from Worcester, Maas., reliable and liberal.SCHUYLER Postoffice Box 213,
Mr. A. A. Coburn a well-known boat- A YACHTING ACCIDENT.
chance for prospective orange growers
to test fruit and select varieties. builder says: "Inclosed find check for A; 3RANNINQ, Titusville:: :- J.orld.a.:
1 1.60 for another year's subscription to On Friday morning last, while the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
All prominent lub-troploal fruit trees 'the newsy ADVOCATE.: We have to keep yacht Why Not, In command, of Capt. Corre pondelloeln.lted. ,

Roses and ornamental In stock posted .pon what Is going on down on John Simonson, Titusville, warn carryinga '
Catalogue free. dear old Indian Klver." pleasure party to the flanlover canal, SEEI: : / > S.

-CaptaIn J. O. Walton's patent self the Why Not struck a sunken log,which
Glen St. Mary Nurseries I..cklnpulley/ block Is causing much tore a big hole In her bottom, causing
ONION--White and Red Bermuda.
favorable comment throughout: the north, the water to rapidly rush Into the cabin
It was not many minutes before the
and
applications for them are already
G. L. Taber, Prop. rolling In. While examining one of the yacht was at the bottom of the fiver

I MARY ,FLA. blocks In the ADVOOATB office on Wednesday There was a good deal of excitement on GENUINE Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of Garden Seed
GLEN
n ST. a retired shipbuilder from New. board, but_an tbe water was only _about,
Jersey 'said: "That Is a grand thing.: It four feet !deep at that part of Indian Florida 8ee(1'Rle aad W Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley)
can be universally used, and their la a River those on board climbed upon the
pile of money In It." cabin, where they remained until rescued KlT-Send: for Catalogue.
from their watery and uncomfortable '
Orange Lemon Among the watch night patties In position.On L CAMERON.. .. The Seed Store
It ; town was one for the little folks, at toe, board*weretheMIsse* Gertie' hell, '
I home of Miss Ruth Woodward "our lit- Beanie Grlaard, Aleph Mime, Florence, 125 East Bay ,Street. -, JACKS:>NVILLE..FLA.
tie cornetlit," which was quite an enjoyable Vanlandlngham and Miss Turner of Jult

affair. After spending the early partof inn, Uft. also Messrs. Bert Ives, F. V. ,
I L the evening at games and contests, delicious Smith and R. E.. Mimi, jr. ESTABLISHED 1810.
Grapefruit, refreshments were served, and at As the above party felt none the worse
half-past nine all wended their way home for their sailing mishap, they got wagons
Kumquats. ward, voting Miss Ruth an excellent hoc and went to South Lake to finish up the M. Lane & Son
M PLANT GOOD CHEER
tesa.-Volusla County Record DeLand. day with a picnic which they say they ,

'? 4 Fine, heavy, stock; one and two1eal'o.old -Mr. Ira D. Sankey; of Moody and enjoyed Immensely. la the hearts'6f your guests. Regale ,

buds and lemon Sankey fame, has engaged rooms at The your friends withWINES
grafts;on sour orange, 2SO WASHINGTON STREET NEW
YORK
Death .t Child !. Tltnsvlll. ,
Palm Beach, the new hotel, for the sea a AND LIQUORS
and trifoliate stock. A full line of
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son. There will be music In the air for from our stock and they will have ample
decldtous fruit trees, ornamentals, eto. the lovers of his famous hymns; and he Marie Leontlne Brady the little daughter reasons to pleasantly remember their
ea Send for new catalogue and price list, will no doubt favor many while he .la at of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.. Brady, TUus- visit. Our Southern Fruit and ProWq.rvts.

f giving full particular for selecting varieties Palm Beach, and be prevailed to hold viii., died on Wednesday afternoon at HOLIDAY GOODS
one of his "overflow" meetings that we 4:30 o'clock The child
: was only t"oleal'
and planting cultivating, etc. have been selected with the
read of ocourlng In the North often. greatest
ao
and four months old, and was said
care and have superb line Co select Oo"t"V\" m..i.ssi.oc.: aroc.: : .
Ocklawaha Nurseries Many others will be welcomed by Mr. to be one of the sweetest of babies. It we a .
Chas. A. Stone on the opening day, as had been 111 for some time past and died from.
Our prices cannot fall to please) SPECIALTIES: ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils Cards. and OIK]
O. CONNER, Prop. Mr. Stone but many friends who still from the results of ur mla, following/ you. ,
think he la the best In the State They make buying easy.
manager undeveloped scarlet fever Archdeacon
TANGERINE, FLOIRDA. Hampers packed for shipment to die- quotations furnished on application.The .
and knew him as one of the first. B. F. Brown held services over the remains
taut friends.
t Attorney Jno. T. MoCurdy and wife, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
I : and there was a large congregation at the ROBT. L. MOTLOW,
Hodgson Bros. of Corunna, Mich., have been spendinga .
Oldest Established Grain and Bead la the Stan.a
House
day or an at the Indian River hotel church. The remains were Interred In TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA.

EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. this week Yesterday, Cspt. J. B. Garland LaGrange" cemetery, before a large concourse -
brought his yacht up to Tltusvllle. of relatives, friends and spectators Y4tt tt
1
Marine Railway. so that Mi. and Mrs. McCnrdy ooulJtake Thursday afternoon. The many Florida > 'CTJ-=: A. :Sours: & Co]
friends of Mr.and Mrs.
Brady sympathize
Ooc&ral a cruise down Indian Klver. This
Merchant and
Chandlers.
Ship:
with them In their sad bereavement.The .
schooner-yacht, which was named the tier.
.Special Facilities.. Dorothy by Mrs. MoCurdy, was brought ooffln was covered with beautiful GRAIN BAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
flowers, and the funeral arrangements ,
For to Tltusvllle from Key West by Captain Magazine
Out
Hauling Storing and Repairing ,
Garland, and the above party expect to were la charge of Mr A. Frosoher. The
Yachts and Launches. have glorious time on board, fishingand pall bearers were: Messrs. Jos. P.Brown, Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilizer!
Wade }[. Jones, R. E. Mime, jr. and W. Aa A
Mention the ADVOOATB. when writing. duck shooting. It la nearly six: years ?i rtc1L
since Cspt. Garland visited this port. S. Brannlng. At the church the choir Illustrated -' x& 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
sang:, "Safe In the Arms of Jesus," and, r
"Nearer My God to Thee." Agts.forPurina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L.: R' and Plant satetl|
:13: O. :E3AVE1'T"Artesian Called M_tmg, order ...t... S.... Monthly. ,
'..
Another Ball war for the KM: COM
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. -
Well Contractor There will be a called meeting the .
Friendship Lodge No. 11, Order Eastern The Nation'sBest
+ ..Dealer In.. Star, on next Tuesday afternoon, Jan. Letters; patent have been Issued at Bead for Sample Copy. "San Mateo"

Aermotors.Tanks and Pumping 14th, at three o'clock, when Importantbusiness Tallahassee for the following new Florida -
will be transacted. A full at- company: The Jacksonville and Lake Address: G. D. ACKERLY CigarIt'lt
Machinery. tendance Is requested.Mus. Worth Railway Company, with a capitalof
DKLAND, FLORIDA. G. M. ROBIIIXS, Worthy Matron. 20OOO) to build equip and operate a Publisher, Jacksonville; Fla.
railroad from a point on the Atlantic : nIlFlorida.

Ocean, westerly, across Lake Worth;
-If
want good resuU.
you will
54 find the ADVOCATE aa excellent you adver Empty Sugar and Rice Barrel thence In a :westerly direction to a pointof TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. > .

tiling medium. For sale. Address-, rang Intersection 87 east; thence with northerly township through 39, and The following are-tho times of arrival Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical] tobacco doctored wi

WALTBR A. MOOBB, the counties of Dade, Brevard Osceola and departure of trains to and opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a fir
Illldltch Steam Laundry. 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. and Orange, to a point on Lake Munro; from Tltnavllle: passenger. price?

Basket will leave-office then In a northerly direction throughthe OOTHKOOTtV.LMTM FREE BY MAIL TO ANY!
of Southern Boxof 23..1.
d counties of Marion Lake .
Draylntr. Orange
,
TUnsvUte for M laml and at 1 M p.m.
1 Express Co., every Tuesday morning Putnam, Clay and Duval, to the city of intermediate point. ADDRESS BOx Of M. ..t.
H. VT. JOY EB Agt. cawJ .. ......u... .. ..
Draylng or hauling of all kinds prompt. Jacksonville, a distance of about 300 woavasorvn.L.avsTltnuvili.forJecksoavtlle.
1. ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove miles. Illrant F. Harman, Geo. W. Laln- at.:OI.'p_ SW.
\ S3T- Reading notice ads on this page wood supplied hart, and Wm. M. Lalnhart are the la. II' Mid.Tlll inMrmd.fAr / points.Tltn .' TMsin ROW E"5Z'.,

\ ire aha cents per line per week. ALFBXD UAALBT Tltusvllle. corporators. Arrives Tltusvlu. from Sanford A M laepm SAN MATEO, FLA.
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