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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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[LOCAL NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO SAM PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing. BUY YOUR LUMBER AT DUPONT ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH.On points to the Continental. The Continental -

Dr. Dodnon near Indian River hotel. -Capt. J. O. Walton's! furnished -I & Mlddleton's, and save freights. -I will remain open until September.

d I topics of General Interest. -Mrs. Alfred Hartley of Tltnsvllle. tage for rent. Apply at this ofIcp. 1 -Take note of the ail of R. W. Wednesday, the 12th: inst., the and a l'rosJ'nrouli ..season anticipated.

gave birth to a fine girl, Monday morning i -The io Rhodes, tho Eagle Clothing :Store, on beautiful new church at Fort Pierre wax Manager 0, I>. Svavoy, of time, Magnolia

THE A VOD LATE, I ; Mother( and I child are doln,,; well.Chns. Palm coming Sunday Is known our 4th page. opened for tho first services! by Archdeacon Springs hotel, Magnolia Springs, 1I'J...,
many as Sunday. It F lirown. There has done Immense tourist business
I
was a largo an
A. Gardner has
I In advance. Just opened a -On Ith page will bo found 1 the ad. of
.i50 per annum choice CALL ITAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH congregation present and the Arohdoacon's this "1'1.'n. mid wo understand his! hotelIs
assortment of new summer fabrics. United Co. of Ga.
the
Ii months Atlanta
six Paper ,
100 Gallery Tltusville and look at samples.Mr. address was tbe uses of sacred still crowded.
All prices. Call and them. upon
I Jjjoo an. to foreign countries. see who deal in pineapple wraps er.o.71rr. .
per buildings and the nature of true and real
i J. P. Wilson took number of The Palm hunch hotel Palm reach
lifhen you subscribe for the ADVO- HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPIIUK] cures a E P. Branch, of Melbourne., worship, St. A ml lew's chinch Is the ,
\ the little folks the In- hns announced tho beet llmt the hotel
to at
by the year It does not cost you all blond nnd skin diseases. For sale by over picnic stayed over here from Wednesday until fifth church ereote.il under Archtloacon
II I will clone Uuntil \ 1st. This
went in the Out- not May !
cents per week postage; Included.leipapperorrfwrapperleverylweek. J. B.Screven, druggist, Titusvllte, Fla. dlanoh'to-day.log. They Thursday on his way to Mount Dora Brown's administration\ within tho last now hotel has a delightful cool location,

upon Rev. and Mrs J. M. Pullman Lynn, -Next Friday is Good Friday when J.P.TAYLOR, Tn')!: SHOE REPAIRER there live years.Is not It Is cent a gratifying of Indebtedness fact that and the fact that April is the best month
one on
'I Thisnielpt Mass., are at the Ormond. Rev Pullman a !great many Christians eat fish insteadof has just received some new sole leather. of those five churches Indian In Florida\ Is a guarantee t hat It I III n good .
new on
need any
for your money. Is a brother Geo. Pullman, of Bleeping meat. "IIofcroBS buns" are also very Work guaianteud.Mr. I River. thing for a honno to remain open so that I
.
send receipt for subscription.ittgUesit car fame hose who have never spent
Otto to hugely consumed on that day. \ A.J. Mitchell,chief of the ..Jacksonville. The building u handsome specimenof persons :
you. April in Florida can find out what they ;
( Attorney A. J. Lewis of West ] In Titus- Gothic architecture and when
COAST ADVOCATE Is on Palm -Mr. and Mrs.'M. X. Gruber of West Weather Bureau was finally have missed.Mr. .
m EAST at five Beach wa in town a day or so tho first Palm Bench were pleasant visitors to vllle a shot while Wednesday en route completed and fiwnlshod will cost about
lithe following news-stands the week, shaking hands with his many town on Sunday Mr Gruber had beento to Miami. tH.'JOO: ( and will have. a Heating capacity of Robeit \Murray, manager/ of HotnlPonce
JU per oopy : Titusvilletilends.Mrs. the Grand Mr. W. assistant-cash 1K). The architects and bulldtus. wnreMessrs. de L.*on, St. Augustine will be
to S. Brannlng
Tampa as a delegate -
Wilson & Son.
Bilt 8.!lle-B. R. Uoylanco A Klopp, and thohlllhllolll'ell..eu as orl.ued with. Mr. Leon II. Clllev In
K. 1*. tbe Indian Hlver Stale Hunk left
I J. B. Screven. \ J. N. Feaster, who has been at Lodge of ler of I: hotel
their skill and Integrity.It the management of tho MIII.lewOtul l
jjiclwnvllle Duval hotel. Jensen, visiting/ her daughter Mrs. '1'. -Mrs. A. A. Degrauw wealthy and here, V'e'taesday night: for Miami, where II' |
a Is handsomely veiled within, and the Maplowvwd, N. II., tho t'omlnllllnm-
he will\ remain until to-morrow.
1 i. News stand Union depot W. Anderson for some time past, returned prominent resident of Jamaica N. Y., I IMr. seats are ordered and u fund scoured to mer. Mr. Murray has been manager ol

1st Augustine-Hotel Ponce de Leon. to LaGrange on Tuesday who has' been spending the season at her W :M. McOrlff Daytoua's! boss pay for them. In" short time all tin the Ponon cle Leon for the past six years,

J Hotel Alcazar. -Mr. Jerome Twtchell of Kansas winter home at Kl I Dora, will leave for paper hanger, has been In town the past requisite furniture will be la place and: and, is favorably, and well known to the

Rjn Beach-Royal Poinciana. City, who has been I\t Jensen during the borne next week. week, doing someflne, work In Mr\[ Geo. the little flock of churchmen and women traveling public. Mr.\ C'llley U no strange

.i The Breakers. pant two months, returned here on Wednesday -County Commissioner) John C. Jones M, Kobblns' office and in the Bank at Fort Pierce will be In a piwltion to er to the Vast: Coast as ho was. formerly

ml-Hotel Royal Palm. and will leave for home on Mon of Klondike Joined his wife In town on -Mrs. W. H. MoFarland left Lore. enter more fully upon the work of the nmunger of the JJllllIOUlI, Pulin Beach;

day next. Tuesday. Mrs. ,'Jones! has been on tbs yesterday, for the Brook house Enterprise 'oliuich. Hotel Kay Wet. Key West, and other
\\f Reading notice ads. are ten cents One of the first things after the permanent hotels. He lm also managed the Manhattan -
-Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Smith of Denver sick list for a while, but we are pleased where she will spend a few days :
will
In be the Dub Now Yolk tho Afaplewood
irline on this page. .. resident seats are organl- ;
to learn she is! now Detter. with MI' O. II. Toss,A tormer
Colorado, are still sojourning at the ration of M Sunday school. On the day Cottages: ; the Asquam house, N. (I., and e
*' Titusvllle.
l&o: Perkins Sanford cleans clothes Indian River hotel, Titusville, where -Born, In Titusvllle to Mr. and :Mrs. of I after the church was first opened, the other northern hotels. The AUVOOATIH

Ifll SPECIAL DEPARTMENT. IS they are milking many fi lends, who hope ... A. Robinson, of City Point, on Sunday NEW GOODS ARRIVING PAILY. Archdeacon celebrated holy communion Join in wishing Ml'llnll.IlIrray\ & C'llley

Bur whole store. John R. Walker & Co. they will remain another month or so. March Kith\ A fine son. Mother and Our store Is a public Institution. You 'I' and administered tho sao'ument of holy very success ID their now venture.

-Easter Sunday falls on March 30tb child are doing well, and tbe father Is! don't have to buy whenever you come baptism, On the evening of the sitini
,
-le8Ars.! Robert Hardee and W. F.laple which Is a little early this As the able to beout to receive congratulations hero. Come and look and we'll thank I day Bishop Gray visited the church and The social world seems to grow dallyat

of Sebastian were pleasant call. grand church parades of year.new hats! and of his friends.Mr. you; font, JOHN K. WAI,KKII & Co.Tltllnlll. preached, to a large congregation.All Hotel Ormond that popular hostelry
\i it this office on Tuesday on the banks of the. Halifax( River, and
bonnets take place on that day, there Bert Ives, who recently returned did not celebrate St. pat. praise Is due to the liberality (If It seems hard for tourists to dovldd

CIAL SALE-Summer, dress goods will be'a great rush of tourists for their from a visit to Palm Beach spent few rick's! Day with any kind of gusto, but friends. not members of the Kplsoopa which of the many attractions at this re.
IMS) week beginning/ Monday, at C.'A.jsirdner's ) respective northern homes next week Wood- Alexandria of England had church In aiding to build up the fund
days with Mr. !1. S. Jones, Jr.. at Queen a consignment I sort to see first The Ormond, during
Titusvllle. -Take note of the new ad of Wm. J. ley, and says be Is going to have one ol of shamrocks shipped from for the work who supervised and to the 1'building, Especially committee some parts of the day 'Is almost desert

-Born, to Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, Iloban on our tth* page He deals in all the most attractive places along the Ireland to distribute among the soldiers thanks due to Mrs. Frank 'l'yler for .d), and to a stranger it would appear as
East Coast. Alro"dy1\r.\ Jones has! several -, of the Irish\ Guards London. are If the hotel had few but the
nib Tltusvlllo Friday March 14th, a kinds of liquors, wines and cigars. Mr. : her long continued and untiring elf"+tt to very guests; 1
girl, Congratulations Captain. Hoban the East End deer, etc., Inclosed. majority of them are out riding, driving
not only manages -Rev. John T., Huntington and son, raise the fund for tl.ls church. Thanks
-Bishop Wm. Crane Gray who has Cafe, but also has furnished rooms for -Mr. Frank Hepburn of Palatka, baa Dr. Harwood Huntington, after visiting! are also due )lr. Cobb for the loan of the bicycling or playing golf; while other

a Tlslting his various! parishes along rent. As a mixologist he bears quite a been In town a few days this week tbe I heir fins place at Lyratta left on Fri- chairs to enable these first services' to be are sna-batblug' or enjoying that dollabt.fllJ
) !'oll1l k" river' which Prlnoes.Issona .
i East Coast, passed' through Titus good reputation. guest of the Indian River hotel. lie is day last for the Ponce de Leon St. Augustine held while awaiting. the permanent .oats. >the flotilla trip of electric, launchesmake

at, Tuesday, on his way home. -Mrs. W. M. Woodward, of DeLand, a'' an expert In the manufacture of tannic for a day or so. Uev. Mr. HuntIngton or
The brluht balmy days we
acid of which he Is said to have made then left for Hartford, Conn., and easy 1
Ir. Cooley, of St. Augustine, civilgineerof former resident of Tltusvlllo, who had more than any other manufacturer In Dr. Huntington retui'ned to Lvrutta, but "OUR BOB" IN WASHINGTON; have had of late have made tbe conditions
been spending a week or so In town, the
the Florida Coast Line Canal lust| for the for if
Is connected right alligators, .
the .
Europe. Mr. Hepburn now will leave fur New York on or about -
of Mrs.\ Goo W. Scobie Sunday
d Transportation Co., was In town guest afternoon, for her home, left much to with'tbe tannic acid factory In Palalka. 27th Instant. The Doctor sailed downto The Washington Star has the following couple] of !Indies, on Sunday told l an AD-
ort while on Tuesday, and our YOVATB representative: that they saw
gave
and
: Titusvllle gave us a to relative to Robert
of her Congressman
3ce a call. the regret many friends. -Sir Edward Colebrooke) and Sir short ye.terdar' to his say several 'gatois up tho Tomoka that day,
c"lI. orange W. )Davis:
-Our anxiously lookIng Charles Oust, of London, England, have much to jhelr and delight. TheOrtnond "
townspeople are suiprlsa
-Mist Ltlla Sanders Cocoa's'pular "No the
one of member In House takes amore
been enjoying themselves this! winter,
forward Admiral grove.Prof. hits been remarkably
to Dewey doing a
seeing !
young; ladles, wits a guest of James Orcsliam of Brooklyn lively Interest In the advancement
fishing and bunting along the East! Coastof business of null tbopopular
arrlvo
and his wife when tourist I"to.
charming they good
n. E..W. Hall, of this place a couple Florida. About three years ago Sir N. Y., who bad been on -cruise down I and Improvement of the national capital
Beach The Messrs. Anderson A
f 1 days the first of the week. Miss! San- at Tltusville from Palm Edward and Lady Colebrooke, while Indian River on board tbe hoimeboatKose I than Representative R. W. Davis., of the managers/ ,
en Is always a welcome visitor to TI- genial Admiral has not forgotten the fishing on Blsoayno Day captured the MIll 10, In command Capt. J. M. Hucond (Congressional i lot of Florida. Prior', naturally, feel a little proud. over
] visits he used to make to this the fact. Much favorable cumment ispassed
isville.Mrs.. pleasant largest crocodile ever caught on this Lallln, rotuinud! hue last. week, after a lustltalangu.goof. ) Mr. l)atln, the capital,
the white In the
Elizabeth' M. Godfrey, of Hope town many years ago. toast. Sir Charles. Cost In an Intimate pleasant ouilng. Oo Friday" be left for oolongs to the nation and Congress and on their help and strict dining attention

a'luy' ,, K, I., was among the pleasant -'tlrs.: Seagrave Ad 'ms, of Daytona, lend of the Pilncmof Wales, with whom Daytona I and. other, places, giving; our liuuId deal with 1 It as n national |MIHHII ''- room, to( buslnnss.) courtesy Tlie Ormnnd staff

alien nt this office yesterday She: has who has been on a visit to the various he made a'tilp around the world. office a 1 pleasant call ere leaving. Prof Ion. If the Improvements |proposed| by as. usual Is a good one, and Includes: I.,.
wclianed a place at llortl on the Ban- East Count resorts, and to Magnolia Grfsham Is the Inventor of a powerful the Parking Conimlnnlon. are carried out II. lilngliam !chief clerk who will bit at
river and In Tl- -Mr. and Mrs \Vm. A. Warnock, made from bran which he tiled i by Congress he said I then I Indeed will ,
;mi where she! will build a icslence. Springs\ Tampa, stopped over with explosive the Mount Pleasant house, White Mount I
prominently Identified Jamaica, N. several occasions In but i bo the most beautiful city
Mrs. Godfrey will leave here to- tusville a short while on Wednesday on Tltiisvllle; Washington n
wins the Chas.: Davis
Y who have been spending the winter caused. the world It will be bo mould d exact1n coming summer; ,
lay for Eau (Jallla, en route to her future giving the ADVOCATE office a pleasant while at MenItt this explosive cashier Miss At. A. assistantcashier
Oaidnor -
one at HOI'tl. cull. Like everyone elite, she spoke In very plensantly at RlDora, spent fruRIMonday some alarm The Cocoa ami Itock ledge ly what. Irs founder lutended a city of ; 1'
when at the Mnplewo.nl !IIOIIMI, (. If.
Io ,
until ;
\VednemJay town
high term of Mr. an -Mr. Porter Sharp was married to of the Magnolia .Spilngs hotel. they left for Enterprise and Dd./Wld./ evening near sundown a. heavy report Davis In serving his third comma II. 'CI.i Marvin, fiontcloik. manager ofl'o.NII.1
'"M Charlotte Davis on Monday even- Mr, Warnock came down to look after resembling that of the lamest can lithe term and as recognition! of Ills \ Park Lodge; 'V. 8. Kenney

ill, at the residence of M... and Mis. -Dr. Helen A. Beadle of Sault St. the property belonging to his uncle, the non, broke over the peaceful calm of tho ability, Hpenker Ilendaraon placed. him night clerk the Mount Pleimunt house,
,:
i P'ual' knot was securely tied by At- of this place was a pleasant caller at inent and well known resident of Jamaica of the town and vicinity. Speculation tees of the House, Interstate anti foielgn Mount house) Miss 1 pant

ornoy F, J. Webb, and the happy pair tills olTice on Tuesday She arrived in We acknowledge/ a pleasant call from WAS rife, and instant Inquiry was Instituted commerce and merchant marl and Helen lawyer, lit nogmphor, Mt. Ploas-
ectlved tho hearty congratulations of town with her husband last week and Mr.\ and Mrs. Warnock, who, are alwayswelcome as to the cauw. The gvneral idea fisheries These are hard working committees house. ; bliss. M. A. Clarke, housekeeper -
Wi friends Is enthusiastic over Tltusville sayIng visitors to Titusvllle. manngoiesM: of Summit house, 0
very prevailed that a gasoline tank on a launch and they ale, called<< J upon to consider J
-Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mactennan, of she will probably buy a lot on the Maud I Madison paid a return visit to load exploded and every one settled down .. questions affecting the ensue welfare Mount steward Washington. Mount Plounant N. 11. ; tVm.'Ii.a-house A. I

wand, 0., are again at the Royal bank of Indian River, and build a winter to Titusvllle on Tuesday, and while her to the belief that dreudfaitidingI were of the country. When the ship" subsidy .J Ivy I, ,Klfrprrald, head. waiter Crawford;

loiaclana for the season. Mr. and Mrs. home skirt dancing was much appreciated by to come from across tile river. the direction bill come before the Hoino the, house White Mountains IJuuJ, PetlenKlll -

iMiennan have been on a visit to Eng- -:Mrs. t-. '1'. Anthony of Washington, the people of this.> town, the attendancewas from which the report came. But statesman from the Second FloildaUltilcl .- chef, Mount PloitMint; lioumi. ; Henry I

i/ld-hence they are a little l late comings Gi\, sister of Mrs. leo. M. Robbius of by no means large, owing to the fact no bid tidings\ came. The report was will have something to say Annan, bend liellman. Mount Pleasant

utb Mr. JIaolennen ha) ibis place, after! a pleasant visit to Mr. that we have had three entertainments caused by the setting off of a fwd ounce ------- -- house; lIeo. lli">wlaml l, bend liveryman,
''o been busily engaged with his sub"tract and Mrs. Oeo. F. Paddisnn at Eau" Gallle, of the same kind In the Opera house dlargeof anew explosive Invented by Empty Sugar and Rico )Slur..hl.i v'rawford, house, While Mountains,
on the New York subway. left for Fort Pierce on a visit to her within .a few weeks. She says she will Prof. James Gresham of Santiago fame i ,

,-Wrltlnlf from brother Poison. On Wednesday she left return here next winter with an entirelynew who Is a guest of the Hotel Klvervlew, atMerritt For sale.! Address, MorlCL: INDIA Ml VKH: HOCKI.VIlllK. .
A**. 8, Weeks us lllddletown, Con D., fur West Palm Beach on a visit to Mis outfit. Maud Madison appeared ar and who wanted to lest or try I WALTKH A. Moonic friend .' '
short rnuiu'U
Iud order says: "Enclosed please Gus Anthony and will probably returnto the D.iylona Opera house on Wednesday Ills new compound, and to Incidentally 8 George St., Charleston, H. C.) The seiinidi our lintel
money
rlosu the
for Marsh
another sub Arthur I.. to
year's of the benefit ofa ,
'rlptinnto! Titusville next \Vednexday.Mrs. evening In conjunction with the Hawaiian rive this end tile county
your valuable' l pink paper, IIIdl811 River, at Korkledge, Sunday I.
Glee Club and last night night at sundown gun"WE
'I ch I hope you will receive as safely .1. JI.SoeJllolf and son, Howard ; Itotklcilge, Indian River, morning" Tim hotel tins been very' t
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5I receive the ADVOCATE, for it comes of Newatk N. J.. who have been enjoyIng the Casino, bt.'Augustine.Mr. EXTEND TO YOU A WELCOME. mpular with the guests under Mr :.

'omeevery: :' Monday without fall. I Bill! )- a trip up the St. Johns river to ban- Geo. E. Jennings, publisher and Make this store your headquarterswhile Has one of time most sttrantlve and best hlnndi'tf able management, and will be I I
r{lueioi another weekly paper in my ford arrived the Indian River botel l proprietor of the New York Fishing Ga.ette In the city. Furniture, Dry stocked stores along the East Coast of opened under Ms suspires for time sea v I 'I 1,1,

',1 Id\ hoon. "n Long Wand, which often Tltusville on Tuesday, and since that ,; was a pleasant caller. at this office / Goods Millinery. Etc. Florida. You can find everything you son of 1IMKIW: .. wish him much success. I"J "
"l. to reach me." time Howard has been having great fun a few days ago He had been visiting Jour It. 'V AI.KKK A Co. need at this store. All kind. of fine groceries As some wild rumors have ,been

,'I. hauling In all kinds of tide from the hotel several places on the Gulf Coast, and and western meats. III circulation to the effect that the
,aiThlr > Allen of New York who wharf. Mrs.\ fcnelliog's husband Is a came to Tltusville for the purpose of Protect Your Fruit Tree Particular attention paid to the needs( hours wa rlowd. by time. h'rltr-arul

"fat 'n"rl1;" r *Miami the East Coast member of the firm known as the Marine taking; a trip down the Kant Coast as far of yachtsmen and cruising. parties.Uco. the like-we have made Inquiry, and

ilye, Kmu II.s on board his sloop' Manufacturing and Supply Co., whose as Prtlm Beach and Miami While In 700 if c Far land Fruit Protection Co.t.nta. N. HATCH Prop. lied I the fart to hI that, while Mr.Marsh \ '.

o, hlld during the 'past month or I place of business Is at 157 &: 1-W South our office, Editor Jennings closely examined nil\ sizes, at :20 per cent off rrguar bus had to ask souse Indulgence
0,1)0 v"\"IMnn'lI'llcht' hauled' out for tbe sea- street New York. the Walton self-Locking: Pulley prices; Immediate delivery; made by. AMONG THE HOTELS. of liln rredlturethn. report of the WherIf .

e.daj n\ ways, Titusvllle Wed-; iliick. and said, It was the best of Its well-known McKarland process of water. ii tinvlng closed. the house!, eta, is
'
he, \\:,\11"0 bile In to'n. be called to see -:Mr. J. D. Terry and wife prominent kind he had ever seen. Ha was quite proofing utfi mlldcwprooflng; hoops, false. Motmieof tlic loral creditors! hold
:itb wi"i I '-Locklog Pulley Block, and wealthy residents of Southold N. enthusiastic over It, and said that In stakes and lamp furnished with each Where to stop along the East Coast ng Kinall claliiiK, liad attachments Issued -

.ild th] "'', I'' he was much pleased and y after spending about a week!left at the for Norfolk alone hundreds of these blocks 'tent, all ready to erect. The only absolute See list of hotels on pages 4, 0 and 1. hut their rluluis were promptly h''

''iem'' 'II;'"" w',""lld be a b'K' demand for I Indian River hotel Tltnsvllle, Friday could l be sold to the oyster men. "When protection to an orange tree against The AnvocATR Is now on file at; a I bought up by friends of Mr. Marsh,

,neil, \."..laced on tbe market. Mr. New Smyrna and other places on .with on the market.: Mr. Jennings said, "the a freeze. No more to be hail at these the best hotels In New York alt tnd tho atlafliineiits released This
tied,; 'M' a nettt little craft, and Is last Mr. Terry, who Is conceded demand for this self-locking pulley block prices Address! ;' inppflied after the lintel bail clotted,
[fl' will, p h\\'" 1' nearly every convenience i banks marine railways etc., as well as would bo B oil ml ted, anti his only regret WM M. BROWN, Tltusvllln Fla. Remember the Magnolia hotel and the L'be' help was all paid In full and. tlie.

Intci "i ..",i" Indian River gain! next being a large: property owner and the wan, that he bad not sufficient cash at Florida" house, when you visit St. Aug.ustlne. large creditors will see Air. Marsh
a ih, Iit. ,, will| make him 27th season owner of an orange trove at LaUrange, command to take a big interest In It." through another season. He has a
: "A: >it of Florida. gave the ADVOCATE office a pleasant call DeMJrn1J1e Property at Itockletlge The Grand Atlantic hotel, Daytona Il Is nvorablu lease, and can open next ""-
BtTTTEH
] ELGIN CKEAMKKV
i 1.\1 leaving town, to see the Walton BEST: For 8nle. anti fullrpiota without the Initial wblflimiidli'Sppeil
JII.\ "DRY-Dasket will leave before W S. Goldsmith' TltusrllH.Unrduer'ft proving a very popular hotel a son expense I a
He
Block. at ,
Jack mlth Shop' Monday Self-Locklug Pulley andtlbehad of guests are enjoying fully theirsuy him till* year, and with
mormingF( E every was-a very excellent Invention Located, on Indian River, one roll from here. eveny proH'ot of lI"c'ce.a. errone-
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MATTHEWS Agent. no doubt whatever that there la was the Flyers. >ostoffl e sad hotels. Fifteen acres of Mr. T. W. )McCreary manager of tlilargest uses r.-Arts hfO1"(011, \ In rlrrulatton,

Brick an Immense amount of money and, nearly/ e hundred feet riverfront summer hotel In the world-thsi East cwt and hotel "paper will please
f prick Z block when placed on the market. Take your measure Snits, 'lLfJO: age; high rocky bank with heavy native Hotel Victory Put-In-Bay, Ublo-J. copy.

The Sorrento MILLINERYMILLINERYMILLI- _Matttnra, IH, 15, 20, r.l. 25. 80e. hammock < : been combining a
buckle a good average Men's t3..">0 tan shoes ,$4.79.J : .
ontla In citrus tree. Including numerous
brick, suitable for all building nery. In Paris Its Worth; Wick and Wlcklew Stoves.$8.l0 along the East Coast this week, A Fine Home For<< Hnle.
burner I
In Tltu- : varieties of orange grapefruit tangerInes *
trpo.ee Kedfern welcomed his
Special I" London ; where. be was warmly by _0
dell KnIZ!; dress .
rcarioad' 'IIIred prices made Co. I SPECIAL SALE summer goods, lemons and limes, varying la agefrom ,1
I ota. Address' vllle, JOllY R. W.U.KER&: i Any day next week, until sold.C. old bearing trees to three-year-old many friends.April A model) southern dome In South end ,

t GEO. 1I. FaENaw, A. GAKDXKB, Titusvllle, 'VIa.I bod.; Ifuava. and bananas, also. In b arng. I 2nd will witness the eloslotr ol of Urevsrd county, on the Indian Hl"er,
Sanford, Fla. lloiite and Land For Sale, I I Artesian well), with water mains I tbe Hotel Royal Palm, at Miami (simultaneously 10 the center of the pineapple belt. Nice

of I )looser for Sale. and hydrants through the grove. Attractive the Continental st Atlantlo 9-room dwelling and out-building. Tea
Dissolution Notice. At a low price for cash. ::11 acres club nine-room residence, two Beach will open lu doors, and Mr. II. acres In fruiting pineapples; .0 (orange I

land and house. Fine location for a A |:J.VXi T.roomed house, with servants packiog-boa.es, tool-houses, cott.lCe"l W. Merrill manager of the )wall'alm. lemon lime and grapefruit trees-roost
';yeti f II hereby that I have BOld houlle. 2,n*> feet water front on Situatedat lagoon. quarters most beautifully situatedon small boat-boose. Property well cared will transfer bis staff to the Continental. all have fruit on them. Beautiful yard

pJlJOt"WIII and Interest In the arm of Excellent fishing and bunting. : the terraced bank of the Indian HI ver. for' and In good condition throughout. Special arrangement have been mad to sod flower gardeo. Will be sold' at a ;

-11'.0'en'0tChamber. to !'. A.Krlederlcbs. H.ulover Canal. Apply to Large ground (1,9)0. Apply or address Satisfactory reasons for selling. 'or handle travel to and from Jacksonville targaln. For full particulars.address :
for and J. J. Jo'LAJJJJERT, I and St. Augustine, and parlor cars will .
against the firm up to "VILLA; ADVOCATE. OfflC I price and further Information apply to
qIIII; 1003, will be settled by the old Box Tltu.vllle.01, Daytona. Tltu.vllle, Fla. "d" care ADVOCATC TUusvllle, H Ja. be run direct from lower East Coast Care ABVOCAT:, Titusvllle, Fla.

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iI coi. the man who bad courted tbe girl fondhess for live cnakeo. He would

iIy,, three years and" was supposed to have carry them about with him and do all ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFIN
y teen In love with her. He sat on a kind. of queer things with the reptile

1 rcnAf fence his face wearing a cynical smile. One of bin hublfa was to ride a bicycle
as The' dog had moved slowly paying at great speed wIth a live sna'ke .r .4iPl1 W4I

no attention to the great crowd troop- between his teeth clutched through K Ti GUA.RA., TEED FOR: 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS
Ing along with him. Every once Jn the middle of thebactt. the head wriggling

'', C rr awhile ho zigzagged to the left or the on one 8Ide..t' Lie face and' tbe (WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE: OR REPAIK-.

II right Just us a person would who was tall on the other.
walking over uneven ground. Wtloox's\ strange:; fondness for gnalces !I 'k' Jelly Don't and tie preserve tb.top of jars:your In

The family of the deed girl, the police gave hIm an uncamiy' reputation wblch t ibeoldiwhlotredway.Hwrl
and others didn't know It but the has clung to him. He also acquired ., them by; the now,quick, The Carder-Campbell
absolutely aura way-by Company
1' Moodbound was going/! over the ground the reputation of always lColllg about I a tlilil coating of Pure

:" '*tep by step that Nell Cropsey bad armed: with,a long dlik and a revolver y Refined no tMsto t'a or>rifcUna.odor-Haa Is

gone over the night she went to her Just as his uncle did the man whom air tight and aold
death be "was named for and the moat unpopular ? -W,. U.ofuiInadoaenother proof. Kaslly. applied.: ; Sback No. I, Footof Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, n.ASouthoiu ,

Two hundred yards from the Crop ey man In this section of North Car ways) about the house foi '
j ,., Ilj j.house and fifty feet from tile marine olina. I Kill directions: withetch -- Soiling Agents -

railway. on the river of the road, of the family' 1( cako f
L tilde Close friends Wilcox *Q Sold.vor.b.. Made by WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND and WARREN'S CRESCENT
BRA
the dog turned diagonally! to the right say that the young man !is victim of STANDARD OIL CO. II (I.B \Vi

s putting over u mixture of dirt, shavings heredity and that the trults which | ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felt. National
rT.i; ]
and sawdust. II1 bonded for the made 1 hli* uncle no notorious have descended kote&zfa 1'IInt

lj ljI narrow pier running 150: feet out Jnu to him. t T Works Structural and Technical Paints.DBCONDE'S .

the river parallel with the waya of the This uncle, James F Wilcox, died a i
: "LYTIUTE" COLD WATER PAINT.
.marine railway. few years ago. lIe killed at least two
The dog walked very njowly) flown the credit him with .
men and reports hnvA ---- -- -- -
I pier. Nobody sold n word to him. Tie Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble

Th N .....1I'J.It1; Solved by ,.kept on. his none trailing! tbo hOllrdilountil and Don't Know It. HANNE :aROS.
The Instinct he got to.tbo extreme end. --
How To Find Ottt. .
Of Bloodhound Then came an intensely lJl'amatfescelle.
a .
h Cropscy Fill n bottle or common glass with your
but water and let It stand twenty-four hours a
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Slowly the dog drew Pile hind leg ITUan el WholesaL
l He Was Not >close.to the,edge of tbe pier ps b. r ; actthing Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp

I'M' Mystery Believed could without lOHlniz bin balance. Inch -J n- -
Brewing Company's St.
by Inch he I let his fore paws over the 1 f y. lion of the kidneys Whiskey

The TOmdorful Instinct.. of the Wood- edge, digging; them Into the wood to I ; if It stains Louis Beer. Keg Trade

'i.. '"i hound which <'nnl>lcfl" him to follow, a brace himself He thrust his nose down your linen It Is
the outer end of the far k'44 evidence of kidney Our Specialty...
cent uttorly linpcrc" <>jilljo.(; ) to buiuiiulntcUlK along pier as tL IGL1s@a

t,' } ti .*riee, wan/ lllu..trutcl, In a remnrknble as he could reach and for nearly a mInute t frequent) trouble desire; too to .
degree tn the cane of JJIlu bung hull on the pier and half '
h It or In
pass pain
,' Maud Ceopiiey of Kllznhpth: City, N. C., down over the water 4 + the back Is also 1246 to 1QOO "Wost; .A.dL\D1s: Street

1,,: ,n who_ tlend:l body was found In n rlv >r lIe wus showing the crowd that Nell hf convincing proof that the kidneys and blad TE1GTISON'PILL:: : :: TLEI.
; I near 1it-r futln-r's! booed thlrty-nevc-u Cropney hud dropped or been dropped q' der are out of order. ,

day after ale had mysteriously dlauppvarud. from the end of the pier; that her 1 What to Do. ., -- -- -- --
4g clothing had brushed the outer end as There Is comfort In the knowledge so .
often ... .0..0
expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
she went Into the Pusonotuulc river Swamp-
On
Friday, Nov. -22 two days often ::4l1auigk e Root, the .
great kidney remedy fulfills
Hurricane Brunch the every
Nell Cropflpy lind OlHiippeured)\ BOtmnfi was only man 0
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the ".nl In..h,....... P.o,
>Iy from tile front vt-i-undn every part 4 Full
+ f flltll( r'ft brine Ilurrlcnno Drench bad become of the girl.! The family recalled of the urinary passage.! i 11 t corrects Inability; .wt. {:..i'II "'" Quarts |

\ famous tralnRT of lIooUboiiinls at the fact that Nell hud often \ to hold water and scalding pain In passing
Suffolk, Va., was Hvnt for. lIe was walked! down to the pier and n few < It, or bad effects following: use of liquor, OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD Q

told to bring tils brat .Ie/'s. days before her disappearance had winder beer, and overcomes that unpleasant

Branch Rot' here the next ,dny at been one of a sailing party that had necessity of being compelled to go often Calhoun Pure Rye
during the day and to Whiskey:
r noon. lie brought one Clog, a pundl] ] embarked from that spot get up many times
during the The ,
!!: night. mild and the extraordinary
Jim Wilcox her
sweetheart
;, 'j typo of tbe bloodhound wltb a broad was employed effect of
forehead, low hnnif\ng chops and at the marine railway to run Swamp-Root Is soon Wa ship In Plain Packages', no marks to Indicate contents, which will 0>
eyes
realized. !It stands the highest for Its won avoid all comment When you got it and teat It, If it is not return W
h set far apart' lie was docile and quiet the engine that hauled vessels up on derful cures of the moat distressing: cases. iiat our.sp"'UMe. and your$3.20wIU be cheerfully .... .RtiofRctor'l.k".I. flkn
paying no attention. to anybody but : the ways, and .Nell bud often walked If you need a medIcIne you should have the >(rood ROan, 8I.OOwood.la: ( the market. We are close. at hand and can give W
you quicker delivery than distant house We baT been doing bnsinpim In
Mr. Urnncli. down to chat with him. best. Sold by druggists In 60c. andl. sizes. this city and at the same stand for StO ,"ar., and .. to our renpoudblllty A W
p In the jvppedlrvr) t tylx hours every! The dog was called back: to the Crop. You may have a sample bottle' of this mud reputation for houest dealing we refer. ;you to any bank or merchant L.r. A
or to the editor of tbi
u Inch of territory about the Cropneybonne eey house. lIe had not taken up the ( N 1 wonderful discovery "" paper. w

444 had been, tmmphni( over PcereAI4lJ troll from the front porch but from 1 1J and a book that tells r;. SOLOMON & LEVI

the path Just Inside the front gate s% mdre about free It, both sent "d81.' "d', 1928-1930 First Ave., .P. o. Box 33, Birmingham Ala. 0NOTITR

I He was taken on the front porch but address absolutely Dr. by mall, JM ? -We pay elrprloe! charge'ito all points re..I1O. 1br the "Southnrn Expr!: <*Mi .H
Kilmer & .
could find trail dowu the Home of 8 .unp.Ro. Oomp"ny," tolrointenline., ofotherexpresecolnpnnlu. we prepay only to point. "
no leading CO.. Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men wham Southern. KxprwHi. C<>iui>nny transfer to mild other company. We utinnnt nhip Jfc
rteps.' All the trails led him inside the tion reading this generous offer In this paper. a O.o.D. Price,t tot other goods on application.When writing please. mention hitS puper. VTT

house. Nothing led him from the porchto LlVk. HMAKlk: IM HIS MuUTH. Sc

'+.l il llprI where he picked up the trail cm the Ing killed others lIe was u "huudy .....am...................
Pta it'q r path. ; man" with knife and pistol and bad
":\Iy girl" IIIllld the father, "wus iron determination and nerve.

,,, i t e it knocked unconscious as she stood "on He narrowly escaped being banged INSOMNIA'rihave =:: ASI., ::: ... ZLvdl Sc 0 0 ,
the porch that night and carried off. for tile last men he killed\ a popular

I / lIe and others thought at the time young man of Elizabeth City the chum 517.... Stow. Da)' St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.A,11rM5 .

I' ; the trail the bound followed to the ,of Chief of Police Ou wtlon. Wllco been ualng CAKCAItKTMfor
edge of the pier was an old one. Had was nt first convicted but got another lu.omnia with which I have been anilcted for A
twin .
tbe clew given by the dug been followed trial and after a long legal battle was over hove, given ijr me year more'aniTI relief cnn than aay any that other Cuscnreta remedy 4itM
jI1 the mystery; of the girl's/ disappearance Acquitted. I have ever tried. I bail certainly recom ]
mend them to my friends its being all they are
would have, been cleared much represented" Taoa UILLAHU, tlitln,111.Pleasant. ,
sooner. So Sweet nail Pleasing In Taste 1Mrs. Z

JIm Wilcox: Is a small man. He is C. Peterson, 625: Lake St., Topeka CANDY t

but I 5 feet :2! Inches In height but Is Kan., speaking of Ballard' Ilore- cAtHARTIc EXPRESS EXPRESS
stocklly built; and U houl1l1l:1yrup. aa.is: "It ban never tailed '
as PRePa
strong us a PREPAID io
to give entire satlsfaorlon, aDd of all the I
II / I 1 1Id much bigger man He has'' a thick cough remedies, It Is my favorite, and I 11
t 1 neck: a deep client' and l Is well put to- must confess to mv many, friends that I It YOIII

Bether. He Is twenty-six years old. will do, and linn done, what Is claimedfor MAO. MARS s..wgs.o '
v
wd v ;
;t't
y yL but looks not more than twenty hftv. It-to speedily) cure a cough or a sold; 1$42o
Ing a round boyish face and clear blue and It Is so sweet and pleasing in taste."

eyes, which do not look one squarely in Boo;; ,GOo and f 1 bottles at Wilson A Son's. ,
Palatable potent. Tasta- Oood. Do
the faco.He Ooou Mu.or Sloken. Weaken or Orl.e| lOo.aoo.JOo.

line never been popular, though The Klnff'a Thronea. .._..,... ..CURE..., -.. ..CONSTIPATION.. -. ...
his father, ex-Sheriff Wilcox, is one of The Engl.sh king may be said to ,. _...'_1. ...y...!!?

the beat liked urea in the place, cuid his have three thrones of which the fines la."TQ'DrICYItaWdUlUY6TobaoayeLsbl6 r:: I C
and most splendid Is perhaps that lit DELIVERED
mother la widely respected. FOr? 1, ,
Father and son have not got along Windsor castle. The most frequentlyused I QtS

/ 1.f 1. happily together. They have one Is that at Buckingham palace. $
gone 1229
b months and months without speaking and the true English throne (so dcsltt. Florida I Ifor 9o

to each other, though the ex-sheriff: Is flitted because, seated on It, the sovereign u IP
f- a kindly genial Jim. the oth- receives) the embassadors In state)
man on Agents the I'abnt! Brewing Co.

er band, is moody, combative and of don.l Is the one at St. Jamea palace ton Magazine, -- .- -. ---.- -- n' __ h.__ __hu ____ _
uncertain temper. He is peculiar In '

many ways.A Danger In Colds and An lDon't T sPill They temporarily
LuOrlppe.
___ few genre' ego tie find n ti-nn-o The greatest\ danger from colds and la ( al k ,cure constipationby the

; grippe Is their resulting In pneumonia. Illustrated! s agitating
A DRAMATIC \
SCKNBL AFTER MANY YEARS If reB"onable'care Is used, however and bowels, but regular action cannot be secured tile liver
of tiroes by the hundreds who had Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all Monthly. '', *'. secretes enough bile to make the untile(
t''h scorched for the girl fields, marshes, Of suffering from kidney disease, Alias danger will be avoided. .A mODI(the tens } execute their natural functions. sglf

_ woods, dltclics and river banks. bad Minnie Ryan, of St. Louis, Mo., founda of thousands who have used this remedy; ONE DOLLAR A YEA R.t) "- ural agitation caused cathartics, K| -e
been searched. complete cure result from the use of for these diseases, we have yet to learn of continual ana Increasing doses to

A committee of citizens took Branch Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery.. a single ease having resulted In pneu- tend for Sample Copy. I attain the results. n

and the dog< out to the Cropsey bouse, It is such cures monia, which shows conclusively that it compelSI
about as this( which establish U a certain preventive of that dangerous
a mile from tile center of the Address: G. D. ACKERLYpublisher
town and the soundness malady. Ik will cure a cold or an attack
w L vetting about seventy feet of Dr. Pierce's of la grippe In less time that any other on the

back from Klvortildo road the road theory: "Diseases I treatment. It Is pleasant and safe to Jacksonville, FIB.A. [ liver; cures Chills

It: I tank which river.runs) parallel with the Pusquo- the which stomach originate must in take.dealers.For sale by all druggists and medicine e and Fever, and every form of

,I J The better pnrt of the 0,000 popula be cured throughthe T'lorit: : '.. fat Mato. Malarial, Bilious: Remitting and Intermitting .

:II j tion of Elizabeth City followed the stomach." 1 Ilia Mentis1 of Support. GREAT DISCOVERY.Exhibited Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the

; tl man and tile Jog In the Cropsey Every other orgjin Magistrate! -What Is your vocatlon- trouble, works permanent cure.
In of Judge Christie, Pros.ecuting
I'I'I I house Mr. Prune! said: be wanted some depends stomach on for the its f I mean what do you do for a living? Attorney pmienoe or the Criminal Court of In. FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
." 'b' of the val Countv FU., and Jaokannvllle, Kla. t, NIettera
clothing v bleb bad bevu recent vitality and vigor. "Ah yesslr, yesslr; I understands yer ''Teiitliiionlalsof .
I of Cares of Coasiiuiv.Inn
;', ri) ly worn by tile missing girl. For by the stomach now sir. What .1 I does for a llvln' Is, Catarrh. Aethnia.. etc., from seine of tbe) U. n. WILSON & SOX.
; A waist which the wire takes moat prominent cltlien of the United State.*. .
1 grl! had worn and its associated my In wushlu': -Baltimore ..
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Agent, both "e., wanted. $1 packages trial
about the house) thnt afternoon and organs of ( Jewish COlnl."tCallcer package', 20 cents. Addren,

\ : which the had bind asldo< for 0110 more digestion; and nutrition WILLIS R. YOUNG, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. IF YOU WANT A...
Cured by flood Halm.
,,,' fanciful when be dressed for the the food
l evening was brought which i is eaten i is All skin and blood diseases cured.
out.
Pliotojjraplij', Picture Frames
The dog nlTeil( nt tile waIst ft seora converted into nu- Mrs.\ M. Adams, Fredonla, Ala. took ,
I. of times Will triment which, in Botanic lllo king liacU' u step or two. the form of blood, .Building Lot
then cured on eating cancer of the nose and ..
r pouncing emit suddenly and sulff- is the sustainingBower
'I! Ing again of the body face. The sores healed up pert'ectly.Man.v Portrait. Landscape and Marine, Pbotornpna. -

"lie's got the scent. Raid Drnnch. and each organ of ti 't hopeless.. doctors Hundreds had given o( cases up her of cancer case as, Portrait In all the latest sty lea. or a lot with a UUIUUXO KEADT FOR OCCUPANCY
and ,
Old copied enlarged to
Collins the dolt\ i out In the hall of the (it. When the ,; eating sores supperntlng swellings, etc., pictures any
size and finished In style deired.
Crormey hOUR, Urnhch\ said l 1 simply, a* stomach the food is diseased have been cured by Itlond BiUm. Among Florida' views for aale.any Work finished LAND FOB AX ORAXOE OnCTfE,

ik If ho wore talking to a man: Bup- others, !Mrs. D. 1'(. Ouerney, Warrior vWeprobnbly
of the for amateurs at trade prIces. PIXKAPl'LE -
ply '
PLAXTATIG GA
body
is of
r, "Go And! her" cut (down the organs Stand, Ah,. Her none and lip were raw F. M. TAYIXJR TRUCK
As tho party started! as beef with offensive discharge from have for tale just what
the Tltusvllle
I up path are starved, and the weakness of FU. you are seeking.
Ii the eating! sore. Doctors advised cutting .
leading to the front the
porch dote gavet starvation shows itself in lungs, heart, but !it failed. Blood Balm. healed the' Settlers are
Hocking In but art
low still there Is If
t ;yelp turned! about and started liver, kidneys or some other organ. sores, and Mrs. Ouerney Is aa well as TITOSVILLE'S TRAINS.The room. you
through the gate Ills HOMO close to the Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ever. Ilotonlo Blood Balm also cures looking this way, drop a line to
cures diseases. of the
ground. stomach and other
d eczema Itching humors, scabs agd scales, following tbe times of arrival
b lie crossed the road to n stretch of( so organs cures of diaiuse tlijutlonIInd; of other nutrition which, and bone pains, ulcers, offensive pimples ml departure of passenger trains to and JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VlcE'-Pre'd' Ident.
withered tarns about fifty feet wade! have 1 organs blood. poison, carbuncles, scrofula risings from Tltnsville:
which originated through deficient nutrition and and all blood FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY
l the skin
bumps
si'piirutes the rond from the or impure blood on sours OVI'D.: ,
J ,"'er. The clog troubles Druggist. $1 per large bottle. 12:111' a.m.
went
ahead
along the! ST. FLA-
I had hen inirtVrlnir, with kMney trouble Laa...TttuSTllle. for Miami and AUOTJSTIXE.
Sample of Hotnnlc Blood Balm free and Ul17 p.lU. _
edge of the grass In the direction of twenty ,......." write Mho' Minnie. Ryan of S Intermediate points at { :In .....
the town. Nil Uom.I"n" A...,,,... t+t. Law. Mo. "and I prepaid! by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta bWpa.iowruwoese. .
hftI d.ct.redwah a number of the best phyni-. Oa Describe trouble and special. .
Dy thU time n crowd of nearly :2,000 clan* Two vein ago Icrramenced :
taking
your medical advice sent In sealed latter. HIs 3 : JOE :
!: Golden Medicol D.ce..vy'.nd'Favorf. Pr.. :isam FRJQTTnTG
people bad assembled In the vicinity .rvfpooa'sn4 look .l.o ..>....1 .....1. of Doctor certainly worth while Investigating leave Tltnevltle for Jacksonville, { IK pan
an of them deeply Interested In the I-lrrees relief I took eiaht bottle (four of such a remarkable remedy, .. Blood Balm I and intermediate. points at ] S-M p.m .
Ai movements of the bloodhound with thee..centlon etch), sod I feel now perfectly cured.. cures the most awful worst and most "TUnsTllI for Sanford ..5:45 T.-O9aju p.m. OF ALL KINDS

i of cue, and be yap Jim \V11- ] Dr. Tierce's Pellets cure biliousness. deep-seated blood diseases. Arrlvs*TltosvlUa f root Hanford 1aup.m ADVOCATE
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profe Tax
Tendency ()Industrial :'bm bibaitlon.. TJM Gro

Deed. Census UtUlottn :\0. 122. lately: isauesZ TTe benr
BOBBINS Uniler 800. ,,f ciiap. 4W8. Law )
n t
rh.rl.lo.TOriCK18 .
j. contains '
some Inn-rostlnsf InflbrroaOorelutivp .,

I 'GATTOR AND COUNSELOR .\., Kibo*. III.'tllllt"'r IUUEIImv.ol Til'orUft.te:s THAT So.R.1911.K. to huhistrlnl ('OI11blnntlons.:1n: and th. growth
EY "lfttet .
thu .
!ltll.I. ) "r .h.IA.. J) ...
115111 h. DclleC.!
the but the
111".1 .01.1 Unltnl States
oortl"c..tAt III : aa they existed durIng -
III1IfI s. aiiil 1 ss ......1..
AT-LAW. "I')>!tcntl,," for tax rJ"i.\ .. ,
i..ne such
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'
the any
with I..w. 111 '''.1'01..08 census yt'ur'titled with May.
i4aIi
I 1u nwctioe In State and United States h.K' 11."rlloe,1 i '! Proi'ty c"roaUe"il""itiuitea''..>o"hi the Brevard1" follow. iixxx !t)81teIs true. : ;
eOlIfltV :
lfl Court. II.' 5. hat' Flort.latc-wlt.,,, 3. K.:"c ; ill nn$tM'1h41,wr 3l.Townhlp:;;'. The chronology of the consolidation conclude from : :

Office at TiTUSViLt., FLA. 1..II"n.11.8 Haul or/land such I win it !Uw ..e.l at the irtttlcae !In the
name or 'I..r-
--- Ida Southern Kv *'""">*">'. Lrnles' "....1 cerllloate \. Cntblnntloll8eoneC'rl1Jl1g \vhlch report. high repute

k OAULDEN, "l*,"l will ahall 1..lIe be tlmnna r..k"tI, oil wwnllnic I ho 3Ut Uy to of law. tax *'ere had 03: were orKnnlzrd prior to- !oH-rahtp of the
n Menu
A. I) nsn.' in the United '
1807. la 1807 7 wore rganlzed; In
LI'ATTORNEYAT.LAW tth"i".B"* 10" ?1'lal al'l1l1tllre l' situ.I neat
9 \ of ),February A. 1). I'.KU.Bt this the 1SI>8, 20-i in. J8I>0. 70. nnd between Jam ;year loot over : < : ;

[IL.. S.l\ A. A. s'rEWART. 1 and May 31 1000 13. The *-ntuovenient aas !Increased : <
will-notice. I" all the Court of the State Clerk Circuit Uourt'of itraviird Co., Fla. i
I jorj[, and( tbe United States Courts.r. was t) >twe a J III. 1 and Ute population ]
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.0 Box.> 235. TITUSVILtB! FIA. Notice of Application for Tax;: June ii!,. 1000. When BO.a pop cent of"tb*- same period- : !

-- con oUtllctions were effected. tion of the : .
-- })eecl.

; '. WEBB Tudor Soo, 8, of Chap 4H8S, ljiW of Floirda. Tlio- 1S3 oouHollJatloim of wbiolk the" 1S1X) and loot !,

E N [ IS HKUEI1V HIVES THAT H. H. facte.ant given represent tho merger 01 per cent while : ) ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Knox 'iiurc-hanor of Tux CertlHi-ate.,. 7W, 2,020' rained! in the :
: oI"te.1; the 8tl .Iay..f .July A, n, IrtWI, IIM lndeppndr plants nad as.ganlaed c
In the Conrts of the 7th IIle.1' ."W''etlto: | l In my ..ltlJ", Slut ban ina.le were cnpltallzed for St.433.: It la apparent : .
Will practice HI"p loation for tax d......1 to nmie 'In uiconlaiu-e
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resident with law. Said oertltU-ata einl. >rar..s the follow. 804J12a: They ,,'el:.. uuanuiftfd. kjt Mtta. holding their' 1

to! rents and accounts collected.. county Inn desrrllieil, FlorHa: property tu-wlt: All ultimwU..00.tI01\ In Hrovard nod offleerw to the nuiiibev of 24,583. $ I'II to be no> \ : !.

'l'1T118V'II.LE. FLORIDA, 31, 8. Hanuy' RI K., oontAliunK CIII ai-ren.24.Town.hl wHo were paid sithtrlei;! to the amount of religion to : '
'I'he nail land helnir amu-meil at the date of the of the times' ;
-- iRmmm of Biich oertitloattin the name" of FlorIda at $32C35tt2S, nr averngeof somewhat :\
Southern Ry. Company. ITnlens nald oertlrl. JItot&. than According: to
D. PENNEY, oaceBliall, be reiluemeil $1.COO per year. They einployed
auooixllnit to law
tax
A. deed will Unite thiireon on the lat day of..March 300,102 wnge eartuctrm. whoso total the Protestant !
A. i'. itMKB. '
i added 3Utl; '
ATTORJTEY-AT-LAW Wltnemt olHclal wages were $104.S34tT13t an aver-
my Blgnature and seal this the '
ZSth day of February A. I>. IW(, of little 'In a slniftv' .
age a over t-tSft per annum. ..
'L. 5.1
FLORIDA.. A A. STEWART
.
'l'IT118VU.LE. 8t Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard Co., F[.. The cross value of IIrodarla of all the gain 0( aa: tho .

Will practice In all the courts of. the 7th ndustrlul. t'unibtnatloaaoluring. the cen save that of the : .-

Judicial Circuit. Notice of Applicntioii For Tax sue year U given aa $1.11.2IA364. The progresa" of the

Deed. estimate of the cktet: statistician for In tb south

'A. MORGAN Under SOOt 8.of Chap. 4SH8. Laws of Florida.NOTICK runnufnctures places the net value of bown by the
FREDERICK 13 HGRKHY GiVEN: THAT Albert arloas ,
purchaser. of Tax Ortilicate. No the products of combinations at $1.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1121)\ dated the 6th day or July A. 1). I**!, O51, 81.5W.> which altowa $(!IO0.313.77ti Christ the
ba flled saul certificate In my olMiw. and h.... tbe African M I
Loans Notary Public. marie aiiplloaclon for tax deed to I..,,,, In atioonlauce for the cost of immedIate proi'essea of
with, law. Raid eertilloate einlirare the Bitpttsts. It !
follow1iiid:: : Hi rlb e d propertyaltuatetl In Hravard manufacture.In ,
Collections Typewriting
Stenography ;
county, Klrida.. to wit: All I Section 84. Town- consIdering these figures which eed sown by t
FLA.w Hhli RI. 8. It.inK'a 35 K, containing MO acre ganizations, .'
TiTusvitrK :
The Haul land do not to be It I
beinic aeieesoI at the Ute of the aeeiii surprisingly large.
iRHiiance. of ....oh ueritnvaie In the nnine of Flnr. Christian E & (
Ida Minitliiirn must be remembered that many IrWtof
'ADK H. JONES: ire shall Railway bti redHeniHrt"Company.oordlnir 1'nleM to wnitlcertinc law' trial combinations some of theioo league and tit |

tnx di-ixl will, ...."e thereon on the 3l.t day of union. were 8
Alurcli. A. I). l 114)2. great mngiiltude. notably the Unite
WitnuHii, in y olHclal denature and meal thla the vest to the '
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE States Steel corporation. have been
28tl- d.ly of February A. J>. I' i2.J.U .
S.] A. A. STEWART foriiio el noe the completion! of the ceu
Loans and Collections. 5t Clerk Circuit: Court of Krevard County Fla.
BUS year. TIle facts set fortb by the Clilhlreu)

TirtrsviLLE FLORIDA. Notice of Application for Tux census bureau are Instructive aa showIng Mrs. .1.

I to what extent the tendency to Inson, Kan.: : !

/"EO. A. WORLEY : Deed. combine formerly competitive plant lard'i
finler Sec. 8, of Chap. 1148$, Laws of Florida. for coughs and
TOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEX THAT JOHN baa been carried during the past few years and find U
ATTO RNE Y-AT-L A W. I Henry, Agent, purchaser uf Tan Certificate used" Unlike (
N"... 7U2\ anil lila, ilatuil. the 11th nay of .hll, years. ,
General practice in State and Federal A. I U. lEd: ban. limit said certificates In my office contains no
Courts. All business entrusted will and has made application for nut iloedn tn issue heal any disease : 'J
In :accordance with law. Sulil certllloateH Cures Sciatic ICIieuniatlim.
receive prompt attention. einiiraoes than
quicker
: (
the following flesorilieil I sltuateil any ,
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate :In ltravanicointv 1 Florida, to: wit property: :All of Bed Ion Mrs. A. E. Simpson COO Grain St., KnoxvIlle and *l at U. K.

Miami. 'II and all of Ruction 34 'In Township 31, South of Tenn., writes June 10th 181)0\) : "I ) "
Range: 3ft East containing 1'JDO: acras.Iht have been the bath of Hot Springs
trying
MIAMI TfORInA.J Haiti land being aHHOfmeit at the data of the
Why :
IAHIIIIUCO;:: of such: certificate in the nnine: of Florida Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but 1 got ,

Southern Ily. Coinpany. Coleus laid certificate more relief from >tllard'. Snow:: Lint The extensive
J TAMES ANDREWS,- shall e reittiemeu aooordlni, t leeil. will Ismie thereon on the intli day of April
ATTORNEY.A T.T. ,W. A. l>. IIHKJ.Witness. have ever tried. Enclosed 1 find postotHce A Chinaman
my official slfrnnturn' and seal. tlilf the order for *1. Send me a large bottle by aged mother !

Jfaln office and postofflce address TITUS- lull day of March, A. I). lixu. Southern Express" Sold by B. K. Wilson bed tears In .Ir'
(L. .g.] A. A. STEWART
VILI.E.!: Branch office at FORT PIKKCK. Clurk Circuit Court Hreiard Oo., Fla. I & !:tOIt.It his friends :
By O. A. Stewart 1). C.
Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. "Why do YOU
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Notary Public State at Large. Notice of Application for Tax ball Is was noted held that In New the wicked York this French year :' bcf""Alns answered thing 1 I f 1


neell. just as though the metropolis hadn'treformed. poor woman's ,

I STEPHEN E FOSTER Under Section 8. of Chapter 4A118. Laws of FI... ery duyP-

19 HKRK1IY!: OIVICN THAT JOHN .
ATTOR EY.Ar.LAW.: NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. ii.uk: Dewaro of Ointments for Catarrh :
dated the 4th day of July A. D. tgUK ha. A Fty) !
Sims Building, filed saul. certtticata in my otflae, and has made that Contain Mercury .
application. for tax deed to Issue in accordancewith "I am .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. law. Bald certificate embraces the follow- as mercury will surely destroy the sense position can ': I : : : .
lug described property situated lit Brevarc] of smell and completely derange the | ) : .
county Florida to wit N or WX of Lot 2. prescribing tt'a
IlkU, :'Itusville, Sections,TownshIp M a. R. whole system when entering It throughthe /treat use to me | ..
GEORGE W ALLEN, 3 fl E. The a..hllall.1 lining iiMsessetl. .at the dateof mucous surfaces Such articles epsla l brought : : ) .
the iKSuanoe of such certificate In the I ..
name should< never be used except on prescriptions : ':
or l>liraii %; Fvaster. Unluas said l certificate woik. I have ; : :' [' .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, hall bo redeemed according ta I"w. tax leed. from reputable physicians the restoring (the : | : .
KKT WEST FLORIDA.Will will tsHiie thereon on the :24tli day of March A. damage they will do IH ten fold to theirrinil healthful '
D. 1W2.Hitnuw. :
possibly iloilve from them.hall's .
practice in the United States mv otllclal sIgnature and seal thla the von cm Wilson & Sou's I ,: I I |. ,
:and State Courts. Din nD5 Jlxt lily nf February, A. I). I.NII.Ct. : Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. | ) >i
[ Ct. Soal.l A. A. STEWART I 1.1. Clieney & C.>., Toledo, 0., contains no | .
5t Clerk Circuit Court of Rrerard County FI... mercury and U taken Internally acting I I / >.
First I
the blood and | .> I ..
directly mucous aur-
T O. upon
FRIES C. E. bor of-yours !
Notice to Non-IEeMideiit. faces of the system. In buying Hall'sCatarrh !
Cure bo suseyou get the genuine bis no IIM to get l I : ..
.
: | .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Ct Is taken Internally and U made la Toledo family.) :

Land legally surveyed and sub-dl vldtd. IX: yard THffi:County CIRCUIT FU COURT, IV AND FOR BR:'. Ohio by F. J. Cheney &: Co., Tes- 81'4'ond ) '

Happing neatly done. Estimates ful In Chancery., tt monl its free. trold by druggists, bin inii, |>;>il siLl I I : ,I I ...

all kimla -engineering works. Disputed Mary .Tacksoq ) price 75cts per bottle. Hall's Family i he pi, nor si lId .
aill forlMvori-e.- |
-VS- I J
llu s a specialty. Torn ) Pills are the best. ::i1 l.-t, lier 1I1 $

TITUHVILMC:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. J.icks.n.Notice to ,Resident. J I TU'l'] 1 I
To? Tom Jackson i "_ i
You ar hereby required I to appear to the bill Notice of Incorporation,
nf complaint herein tiled aifulimt, you In the How to
N.s. BUnNHAM, M. D. above entitled cause on or before the 1st uty. of :
April, A, I>. 1'Hrj.TheKAsr 19' HEREBY lIVEN':: THAT THE Kemaln quietly t.
C' A8T ADVOCATEs newspaper NOTICE .. will apply to the Judire of erliilti's Cough
:JSURQEON and SPECIALIST, publisher In a"1 l County Is hemny designated! the Clruult Court In and for the Seventh quick recovery
as the newapapenin which this onler sloth liaubllsbedooo Judicial. Circuit of the mate of Florida, on
Ear, Nose and Throat. ,> each week for eight' consecutive Wednesday.. I April t, 10O2, for a charter Incur remedy (,
, we..k. ;w>r itlng the Ankona femnterv Association I of grippe to result I .
: WKST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Wltnosa. mr hand and the seal of aaid Court Ankona. Hrevard nounty, Florida, aarordlng to reltlly the only
\ __ his tba 2Htb day of January, IIJ1'l. the nrotUlonsof Mention SK.TO\ Havlsml Statute be of
A. A* ti'1' ;WART. of Klorlda. That the |in>|>ofled. charter Is. now tens
r\n. Clerk Circuit Court. on HIM In the office nf the Clerk. of the Circuit; Cur' the gil'>pe, I \
IIOUQHTOVS By <). A. Stewart I>. C. SIJanHtNotice. Court of Rrevard county, Florida. eportud that did ;
The obleca| of said Asorlatlon tiding to so
quire hold mortfraKe. I....... sell and control real by nil drugglnts
T.OVTINQ DENTAL APARTMENT- properly, for nemetery piiriMHxts and to erect and
control' and maintain C ...,eon hulldlnirs. for j.ur A Month W" L1
-- piHinsof worship or other purposes iTldentM
on the "Dentos" I1* HERERY rtlVKV THAT IT IS and not reimmiaiit thereto. And verfonn any- ami The month of \
NOTICE & to apply" to the Ifn... A I> all lawful .ante In the carrying out of the pur- the most :
Now AT PALM BEAcH.Fofey's Penney, County Judire, In and hir Brevard hoses aforesaid. worlds history. '
County, jo'l..rllla..n the Vint day of March It.'!, C.) T. MrOARTT. 'j
-, -. tTltusvtllw, foranth..rltv to soil at ,private sale I.. H. Annil.L.'. mo'cuius.. and so i
WM. PoMnnor,
all the one-half undlvhl..llnter..t of Winifred T. K. Lewis, ary bad none.
Kidney Cure S. luxon, inuiorchilil' of Annie nixon drressed, !
I
: .
in ani to that tract of l.inil IvIiiK In Brevardloiintv <1KI> A. "AIMIBII,. .|IIL-(' the ..
makes L. if. ELI K.I>. ,
kidneys and bladder right.Virginia.Homes rlorlda, d..."iHiribed.s follows' : ncrordlrg to
Beftmnlnir U: chains ....lItl1 of thA northwest
corner of l lot! 3. Sec. KH. Tp. 24. S. R.JO K Iliun.fi same thing may
astalonic the south line or land formerly of T. Notice for Publication.Bill >erlod of 2. ) ( J .1'
K Dixon chains and no links to the bank. of _
Indian River at low water mark, thence south
Bu i ileitrem, ease alonir nald river :il chains ami riucriT COURT-oir' TilE I'IICVENTII' The lieu Pr... \ ;:
iO Units to II. O. HchoHeld's northnast corner .liutlclal. Circuit Florida llrevanl Cue Chills and Fever
hence west alou*: salil .Hclmlleld's north line to ty. la <.haiioerv. A. 1). IIMJ.Frank .
tile went lioundarv of .ald lot a. thence north 2 Tasteless Chill
V.)u learn all about Virginia Lands chains a,,'[ Bn link* to the point of Kinlntf eontain E. Heath anil and quinine In
itn ,,,* :1100: acres. ElirU-k K. Kiisslter. as ( No Cure.
resourced product mode of out ; Cure
f. w. ItRrNER. exeoutfirs or tie will of
tivatlon, prices etc., by reading: the t-mar21] As Ounrdlan for Wln"r..III.. DIxon..Alnainlstrator41' John 41...afh ileceaaed.VH .}
> irKiiiia Bill to ForecloseMortgage..
Farmer. Send lOcts.
!
: '
"' iMtih I'. Brown as administrator '
for 3 months to the .
subscription :Notice. of the estateofJullaC.
The Nervous ) -
-
firmer Co., Emporla Va. Welles, .
doc-eased, et alTo Into a Stolid

13 HEREBY OIVEV THAT THE Frank M. Welles, Mrs r M Welles, hl"lfel; rout of a
BANNER SALVE NOTICE. "' have been appoint d.0.1 have Frank r. Welles, Virginia A. V>el las, (trace A. '
Iniral'T' .|,11..1111..1... a-lnilolntrstrirs of the Well*. LurntM Wello and Knin-nla Welles, of "You Dummy I
the most healing salv In the world. Estate! of Martha f. Collanan. deee..d. In II..... East. Orange v Yew Jersey; ami the National Ra The Stolid I .
"lIroi ronnty. FlorIda, All oreillKirs, l legatees. "tie Or) .miMny. a..rpoatlortor New Jersey, hav.iff A
distribute, ami all persons Iavmc claims or In an oillcB at No.: Morrle. .street Jersey City cusation.
Uenmii'ls' aitalnsc the KstaW of Martha C. fall. ".J. be Nervous )
BO YEARS' nan.wno.fin.nn the city or IM.'M.ln' PoIkonnntv ica|>pearlnthv. | the affldavlt the) complainants Zxm ,, '
\; EXPERIENCETnocMIIS lo..a. on Aiiii-.t| HI.,, [I'tin are fierebvnotlflm attorney Aled with the till In- the above Rlgtt; '
to present the same, iluly verified and cause), that in the .belIef of the stnunt' each of
aiithntlote to the nmler.leneil within t". you reside. without the State' of Klomla and atthe T."nrIJllle'( :. I
Ullle"'rll..d by law or this notice will be1.lplloI.lln ..1<1.-* mven ......v.. and that frank C.
liar. of tald. claims. Welloe, Virginia. A. Wellws, Onw-e A. Wellm.LncstM To the winter '
luted at le. [olnll., Iowa M rch W. IWS, Wells. and Kuirenia Wvllsa/ are under : 4
.J*MK lI OLLAMAK. and that Frank M. Welles and U... Frank MWelles taken down with IJ
C. 1'. Hol.W. his wife, are over tw.nty-on* years of la called )la grippe,
Adnilutitrator*. "age, eu-. II
M onl..n-d that anil prominent
i it Is therefore you ascii nfyoi. I
T.frC..rt":
.,:.:, '!. C. Attorney for said Administrator appear tn the Mil of complaint niml, In thft (rolj medicine I &
'" DESIGNS DC ahnya ...._jOt the 1I1.Jt'....i'J.e III 151. "n In Jhamborlaln'.
V I"j COPYRIGHTS &.C. Tltimvllle FlorIda. opon th. Htb flay of April. lip the cold and
.
to Crctlitoni.t inn'
"" mo Raert.Ifl imdtnf.*nkctch mid free anortptton whether m ao T'y Notice 1111; order will be published In the Err!: like magic and I :
> I .
nr c.I.il.Ion
,' i. prohi)7) r.toiitgl-Ie. C..n.rnUfl'*. COA" ADV.MATS, with as little iloUy aa mat l>e. troubled with '
.
rI.tIy.w.nC.nI: : JJofldbflflkOfl I0IflI5 HOLDIVO CLAIMS OR DK- onra a wen, for four consecutive weeks, all.l. : 1
,.... tllrt..t ... n.., fo'..'....n..i0 patent LL PERSOVS of whats-wver n...... aualn she copy' of It posted at the door ft the> I nun house Cough Remedy I
., ''ru (Hkati throDuh Munn! A Co rw*l*. .L*. I..dll William F. Richards, Oecea-xl. of Hmvsrd'Viuotv. and a copy malted, to sash of noon to break up
'11 ""' .... without tto. MUM o( .
in ..
otiHma .
the a. ncfemlants the addresses threatened
'0 presses shine '" the ii >>'Ie at given oil any
Scientific Jlmcrican.I n. hereby within required two year. rrrm the flrnt Pnt''l-'; al>ov., within twenty dajra from.. Ibis ,l*t*. Ii Is pleasant to
t7oo"7 thisTnotloe. otherwise the same will be I KID* and ordered. at the Clerk's Utn e atTttn -
hn"..."' I'maot1'aho I ..... I'. Isresrtrtr- pl".lod* In bar or their demand. >..itle>, Florida, this IMtt: OT of Marco, 4. l>. It the most
",i.n ..E Hny s. .nttflo Inarnal.. Twrms. f:i a TO.January 2Itb. l1H. "**' popular
'?. foUr month '"- sold by LI' ". d-sl.r.. MirD r. ?,"?A....: A. A.STEWART: nents. For sale
J. 1lowAaD LxrovutxsAi. .. (u. a] ( ...rlr. I
nUNN &Co.aeIsresdwav.riewYQrk1rsnc5 UlDJlr yeeotors. lapl By O. A.Stewart K. C. medicine dealers.

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4.. EAST COAST ADVOCATE. MARCH 21, 1902.

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-WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR SEW- JAMES. PRITCHARP, President; W*. M. BROWN, Vi,....P..,,ji
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Ormond. C. S. ScnmrLKK, Cashier. m


Mr. and Mrs. Geo.-L./Duncan, of Portland SPRING LINE OF CLOTHING INDIAN RIVER STATE

i A WBMiT JOURNAL DEVOTED 'TO TDB DBVBtOrMBNT Me., are again at tbe Orraond. BAN]

Or TEE' IKDIAH BIVBB, (.*.. Mr. K. W. Smith and wife of Louisville

WORTH END BWOATUB Bf V IBOTIOHS.PUBLISMKI Ky., are again at tbe Ormond. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Comprising all tbe new and hobby patt
Mrs Plum, Harry Plum Downs and W. Authorized
> VERY FBIDAT. Ter Dune, of :Madison, N. J., are sllll, at terns, cloths to wear and hold their color capital, ? ,,0
M tbe Ormond. t Paid up capital, a5'
ings. Made for our special order by the 1 .. ---+ (
I CJ..aLs H. WALTON, Editor A Pnbltaliw.DlKOnnrlniianca Mrs. F. P. Osborne, Mrs. H. V.Cooper, Average deposits, $ 100,
and MiHS Jtastinelll, of Stamford: Conn., 1 largest manufacturers In the country. It -
are a pleabant" trio at the Urinond..
or a email:jr at this olllcie or by: writing. Mr. E. VV. bales, wife and daughters/: { .
; I of New York, after spending several buying your spring outfit. tr!
Obeoll,eto.,may he made payable to CHABIB week at Palm Beach, are now at the : : Business.
1 H.wALTOxpnblielmor.c Ormond.Mr. t 4. 1.

and Mis. II. S. Blossom, Miss r
c Largest and Oldest Bank ml
onmmnnloatlons to on (the
all Louise Blossom and governor of Cleveland Tailoring Yc '
J' '
.II EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 0., ale again at the Ormond for v Exchange bought; and sold"n I sii
'.
TI'.V.YILL..I'LORID4. the season. : i i 1 Countries.Patronage .
tl Mrs. C. B. Simrall, Miss Mary B. !81m-: / largest and most elaborate we have ever 'IFYttt ( ,
.
4, i 1! rail and Ruth bhnrall, of CoYln too, Ky., / handled, comprising cloths: from the largest h 'b treatment; ,appreciated.and every tavl Prom>rcOIIMIM81.,' ,J1aervativa
!U. S. Department of Agriculture are always warmly welcomed upon their I' i and banking granted! |
jei domestic mills. Each
v arrival at tbe Ormond. foreign "' 1
Weather Jliirertii-Jn ltcr, Fla. r ORRF.8POJIODEITSeaboard : !\
Mrs. W. P. Andersod and maid, of garment fully assured to fit or no sale.Men' .il.aa "eat "+''x"rla""''' "" National Hack National of Jacksonville Hank ofI": ,, tk.
Cincinnati; and Miss. S. 1>. I\> thelh- / Hu
statement waite, of Detroit, are at the Ormond for Women's and Children's Shoes in

the balance of the season. \ new goods. Large stock of ladles' welts
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,l ; _1902/ :!.- -191)1"TE. ) Mr. and :Mrs Willarrl Men'111 and Mis ; just received. This is the most comfortable -

-> MAX. MIW. MAX. MIW, Jane Grace Men III, of Milwaukee, have shoe on the market today.A SOUTHEBN-FDEL AND
i TilE SUPPLY
ti 13 77 70 78 84 returned to the Ormond from their tripto COMPAN!
1 13 70 71 70 113: Nassau and Palm Beach. pleasure to show our goods.
'ip It 78 68 82: 67
!+ 15 77 72 71 C8\ Mr add Mrs. Itobt. Chambers, Master TitOSYllle.
Wood Coal Coke
R. W. RHODES Brick Lime
'''' 16 79 7i: 6:1: 44 R. Chambers and /governess, of Broadal Gladder and Shoe Man, Cement,
'g 17 81 66 (10 41 bin, N. Y., are still at the Ormond. Mr. .!'!A!.
Chambers a well known author. ------- -- ---- ---- --- i
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yf ? l' 18 70 51 71 49 -- ---- ---- -.'
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Total rainfall for the week .35 Dr. Chas E. Clark nn expert and enthusiastic Artesia.Col. Tax Assessors Notice.I Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
Departure from normal rainfall for the golfer, and a hail-fellow-well- ...,..
( week: minus 0.32:. Inches. Departure met, and Mrs A. B. Beale of Lynn,
yt from normal rainfall since January I, Mass, bave been enjoytnlng tbe hospitalities and Mrs. Hogan entertained some will be at the following places the for the Ofllcea foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Vo .,
for

of taxes
minus 1.27 Incbes. of tile Ormond the whole purpose assessing year
season. of their last
friends /Saturday\ evening.
4& IlAi P. HAHDIJT, Observer. 1902. J. K.:: MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
4 .. ___ Prof. Wiley P. Swift's orchestra gave Lela King was'on the sick list ft day or Woodley, Monday,' March. 24th.
u .c. one of their usual excellent sacred concerts two last week, and was thereby unableto Narrows, Tuesday, 2itb. --

THE DISPENSARY QUESTION. on Sunday evening, which was, as : attend school.L. Sebastian, Thursday, 27th.
usual, largely attended. During the Grant Saturday, ". 20th. &
M. Rebblnder
evening Mrs. Pauline II. Clark sang a Charlie and Jonnle accompanied made by Malabar Tuesday, April let MeMurray Baker
t The effort now being made to force couplo of songs with great expression, the last Buhler a tripto Melbourne Wednesday' It 2nd. ,
the State Into the liquor business which were loudly applauded.On lighthouse, Saturday. Eau Gallle, Friday, 4th.
John Eberwein returned home from Cocoa Saturday, 11th. 4O1-413 East
Buy Street. ,- JacksonvilleFlorida.
should call forth of Saturday afternoon last a
great
1f a storm
pro. "
Cocoa last lie that Oeorgiaoa Monday 7th.
Friday. reports ; ,
crowd of witnessed of
spectators game
rft testa from all our citizens who are has boom this 8th. -Reaaquaa.ter.
$, baseball, played between the Ormond soooa been on a winter. Banyan, Tuesday, f9"Wagon -
opposed to the formation of a political Nine and the Stetson University Nine, I Merritt, Thursday, 10th.

oligarchy In the State of of DeLand. Ormond /gained: the victory, Clyde Steamship Line. Tltusvllle City Point, Friday, "" 14th.11th. Material Vehicles Harness Bicycle
Monday.
Florida. which Is their sixth consecutive success. ,
Tickets and reservations via the "IGrI1DlteVedne day, .16th. ,
' foil The Ormond boys are bard to beat. Clyde
It is useless "
any man to say Steamship Line can be secured of Chas Ilaulover. Friday, 18tb.Canaveral and Sundries.
that a different state of alfairs Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Merrlok and Miss H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office/ Tlunvllle. Tuesday, 22nd.J. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER
would prevail here than that which Mabel Merrick, of New Brighton, Pa., WOOTKX Tax Assessor. TIRES put on your whe
will remain at the Ormond for tbe bal-
now exists in South Carolina. The ance of tbe season. Mr. Merrlck is the -- -T--- 4 at short notice.

dispensary and the anti-dispensary champion fisherman, having hauled In NE\Y YOIMC ------.- --- -. .
C' factions would at once begin an In. more fish this season than any other

k ,; terminable political warfare and guest In tbe hotel. Miss Menickisas.
Fifth Ave* and 15th street
popular as ever. DUPONT & MIDDLETON.
j our State would be rent by local Hotel Kensington .
feuds and factions, just MS South A large number of tbe Ormond guests New York
,
J r took part In a progressive euchre partyon -DEALERS INYE'LLOW -
Carolina has been and i.. A ,
now
Monday evening/:, and at Its conclusion Select Family and Transient Hotel European Plan.
fierce partisan feeling would be generated It was found that 11 rs. William Hamilton Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.
-we use the term 'partisan' Coo secured first ladles' prize and Mr*. PINE LUMBER]
Tread well second and Mr. OEOKOE O. HOWE Proprietor
11' advisedly-and our old time honored ; Woodburythe
first prize for gentlemen, and Mis Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels QOSLINOSVII.LE, FIA.
ed democrats and
fight between republicans Wilds the second.
would be abandoned for Our saw mill Is located at Wawa on the St. I.ucle River, 201 miles south c
Much\ Interest was manifested by several 45th Street, bet.Broad way and Sixth Avenue, ]
she new enemy-the dispensary. /guests In the Walton Patent Self- THE HAMILTON Jacksonville, and we are now" ready to receive orders, quote prices and make iuic|

,, Out of this hitter contest a political Looking Pulley Block. One big manufacturer NEW YORK.A delivery, either by rail or water transportation.

ring would be forged, and unscrupulous said "That Is a fine Invention.It Modem. Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably

men would assume the looks to me a* if It would revolution. Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. DUPONT MIDDLETON. Gonllngsville..
Ize the old block and tackle '
those whom have system, and Furnished and Unfurnished, .
leadership,over we --- --
there are millions In Ir,.because the demand .J.
long delighted to honor as our political will be Immense.;. GEORGE. MORTON

t captains. Under our' present Mr. C. W. Seamans and wife, Miss <-- Best ,Material. Lowest Prices

system, the people by common consent Mabel !Seamans.:: Miss Dorothy !Seaman:: ,
p elect as to who shall lead them, and maid, Mrs. Peters" Miss Betts, and The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.

but, with the dispensary in full Mime Rolners, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are
at the Oimnnd for the balance
blast the freedom of choice of the sea QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
son. Mr. -eamans Is quite popular, and HYDRA soinl-dry BATTERIES. TIlE AUTOSPARKEIt.GEO. .
leaders would, In a large measure, he wait missed al the Ormond l during hU
be taken away, _and dispensary few days' absence In New York this R. WALLACE Agent. West Palm Beach, Fla.

R bosses would wield an arbitrary week. ;Bond Luiaabr COm Titusville

tat political Mr. J. A. Wisner, wife and daughter, ,
scepter, of and Miss Grace Ocklawaha River and Silver Steamers.LUCAS'
Brooklyn; Campbell, Springs
4 It I is sheer to that
nonsense
.
say of Warwick. N. V., ale a jovial party at A Trial Order Will Cpnvlnce.
i there should be bosses in the ,
no
political the Ormoud, and their many friends regret NEW LIVE.
i& arena. Men who howl down ; to learn they will leave far home.on S. G. VANLANDINOIIA Manager. Tltusvllle F'la.Masury's .
t The Steamer Metamnrn! of the Lucas New Line, started her winter scheduleup
Monday. The Misses Wiener and
bosses are wasting breath. They Camp. the Ooklawaha River to Silver Feb. 18rli and l III
bell Spilngs on Tuesday, now makIng
are expert Ping Pong players, and
U, will exist always, because the people many opponents have succumbed to their three trips a week, leaving Palatka on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at
will have then Now, as leadership superior play.Among 12.ll: pm., after arrival of trains from! Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Returning '
; i in politics is essential is it will leave Silver Springs" on Wednesdays, Friday and !Sundays: at 12:30: : p. m., after
the favorite /guests! at the Or arrival of trains from 'iampa, Orlando and Ocala. Paints.
not infinitely better that the people, mond Is Mis. William Hamilton Coe, of
Round Trip S12.OO Including Meals and Berth. 111 .
.1 by common consent, as heretofore Worcester, Mass /She:: Is always ready
to assist In will add to the alatka to Sllyer Springs' 97.OO. Silver Spring to Palatka! we.OO

should select their leaders, and not pleasure of others-hence her continued The Metamora Is the largest and beet boat on tbe river, and manned by the most .
have them thrust upon us by a popularity at this famous hostelry. Mrs. skillful men. Table unexcelled., For reservations telegraph or write. ARE ,THE BEST. SOLD BY.

powerful oligarchy? The men who Coe has a fund of bright sayings and J H.
IIAUGHTON
Gen. Agent. J. E. LUCAS G. M.
i now have the control in their coun- witticisms, which, combined with her Office at Drug !Store, corner Lemon and First street, Palatka, Fla. G-EOF:: :: : -]E: F. :Y: 13.DD: SOIV.
genial characteristics, tend to make her
II ties are invariably men of merit, many friends. THE LUMBERMAN.EAU .
:s who have won the confldepce of the
.
! Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Currier, Mist GALLIE, FLORIDA,
h people by good judgment and in- Louise Currier, Miss Helen Curilor, Don.

t tegrity. A thoroughly unscrupulous aid Currier and Benj. Curlier and maid, -

man can not long stand at the are again at the Ormond for the entire H. A. HODGES.
head of a political clique, under season, wbere they have a host of friends. .
Mr, and Mrs.
Currier are always foremostIn
1
1' our present system, no matter how 1 Manufacture of |
{ nearly every social function that takes
l brilliant he may be. But under place at the Ormond,and they are among !-l jyj ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

the reign of a dispensary, the bad the moat popular guest In tbe (hotel. I s sl ROUGH AND DRESSED
Orange Box Heads Fruit and Crates.
Vegetable
and Thev would be sadly missed If they failed
energetic man seems to thrive to visit Ormond every winter. any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges; or building I In
like the "green bay tree," and has rr apart; of Florida, wouId-do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
'i his own sweet way in everything.The The dance In the Casino on Saturday /I If Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, OQ the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

dispensary In South Carolina was night well was attended a very enjoyable and most Affair.of those It part of the East Coast Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff F'a.CS .

'l shelved such who could dance ------- .
men as Wade were on the floor from ------- ------

Hampton, M. C. Butler, Hemphill, time to time to "trip tbe light fantastic"
; r and others, who were the natural to the Inspiring strains of Prof. Swift's: Official Supply House. of The Illinois Fishermen's. Association
fine orchestra.
Mrs. Maud Nlas West,
leaders of the people, and brought charming and widow 1i i
popular young The
i ft. to the front Tillman and his hordeof balling from Newtonvllle Mass., added i Chicago Net and Twine Co.

demagogues. much to the pleasure those. wbo were
I Manufacturers _
of _
I Florida, can not afFord to make expert dancers and those who were: not. ..
!She:: evidently tried to please all and an I '
' the mistake the Palmetto State has ADVOOATK: observer noted that she pretty I.e I. A ;

made. Local option Is the best! nearly succeeded, as she Is an expert '' =
method of dealing with the whiskey and very graceful dancer. Mrs. Went will' %%
he at the Mount Pleasant house, White '
question, as it
gives
every comr -
H, munity county the privilege of Mountains, the coming summer. >: .t ::
a r
saying whether whiskey shall be : V .. .' X .
DANGERS OF p au: (QX\- A I r 11-,
, sold in their territory or not. Ink cold at this time If neglected Is liable to t.' tI:

this way no ring Is formed, and no cause pneumonia which Is so often fatal S3P -;
,fit r corrupt politician cun his iron' and even when the patient has recoveredthe bi3WiT' ''t:: FISHING
d heel the put lungs: are weakened making them peculiarly NETS and Netting of Every De' crlpUon..
necks of the
upon people susceptible to the Dealers In Seine Twine
1' 4; i, developmentof y Maitre CordrRope, Etc. r.u
4 t ooniHumptlon. Kolcy'n Honey and Tar Ol'lalnators' of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
Now thnt the Florida. State Fair will stop the cough, heal. and strengthen i l 4 S'r' I .0-81-8JE.: Indiana St. Chicago, III.I .

Association has the lungs and prevent pneumonia. Sold ... vfentlon The ADVOCATK: In ....
you..lette.
decided ,
to hold
t\ by I3. K. Wilson .% 80>0. I -
in
fair annually, we are under the impression We Members
are of the Illlnol_. rii.liermen' Association.WHITE'S .
that there is no better SENATOR MALLORY[ delivered -- -
an hi
p
lf{ place for it than in Jacksonville k _____ ._ _ -
able address in the senate:' the first 1 I h __ __ .
1' the metropolis of Florida.( We of last week, in opposition to the

know from personal experience that Ship Subsidy bill. Mr.[ Mallory !' CREAM J,

t Jacksonville's citizens "did themselves closely analyzed the measure, which tit ; : i WORIS/ES VERWIFUCE !,

proud" upon the last occasion he characterized as "bald and bold." : : r a a a treat'le QuaotH _/In. Quall"" :_

and we are anxious for the The speech was well received by For 20 Years i Has Lsd iii
Worm
s. Rem MWir.
A metropolis to again take charge of his democratic colleagues, and elicited g.T
8c>zaD .
y the State Fair. I-7Y.Ja.xx azil.vc.ca ..
frequent Applause Prep.rrder---asA JAMES BALLARD St. Louis.I

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 21, 1902. jsR

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1e jl. ARMSTRONG, Hobe Sound. Eden. Y GEORGE MARX JOHN MARX.

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T. L. -. IVI.A. BFft: <>S.
Snydel"l1
name la added' to the Miss Kitty\ Saunders pent last Satur .
list of those
taking leave this week. r
day In Fprt Pleice.
Wholesale Dealers

SocIal life very quiet.> Lenten days J. Woolen was pleasant visitor to 1\O

; ) Via well drawing night Dear.Tbomas over. and penitential week this settlement last Thursday. } LI GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE

__ ._ ___ _. .
F. B. Richard and family spent two --- -_-_-__--_- -m- -_

when his friends days last week at the ocean boacb. !
udleu last. Tuesday, be departel I Comer West Buy and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
for clew YOI'k. Mrs. Frances C. Peck Washington,

D. C., arrived Tuesday fur her usual ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES CITY.
Mr. and Mrs W. 8. Taylor will register winter visa: Ii I Baking! PowderMost 1NJTHE

at the Joyall'olnclana, Palm Beach, on -. -- .
Monday next, to remain several days. Jns. Andrews pcut several days In
EYE SPECIALIST. Eden and Tibb.iU. lust week, looking up We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peaa;

JackBonTllle Fla. MIss\ Fanchon Paddock and Miss Fay, his Insurance business. guaranteed genuine. We nlso carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

pvBayatroet from the "sweet fields of Eden," wee en- : your Oranges and Vegetables.: Jive us a trial nnd you will l>e pleased.
-- -- -- tertai net! over Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Fay and Miss Paddock tinned
ltou. on Tuemluy from a very delightful visit MARX BROTHERS:: Jacksonville, Fla

AND WEST PALM BEACH.ngineer The ADVOCATE to Stuart and Ilobo Sound. healthful jy we only Soil to Denlers.Melbourne. .
correspondent would

IIIST:: : join "lIo er longer," but will be obligedto A. C. FUcher, of Boston, Mass, and ---"'- ---=-- ----- -. -- --. -.-_._----- --- -- --.- - _._-

C. 0. Butler baa Join tlio recruits leaving llobe Sound E. It. Walker, of ()rlnnt]<>, arrived Tuesday '
,, next week. for visit filcnd leavener in Georgiana.
Jo<" for the use of the architect a to .

eylag plannln for n hotel on the West I, Charles Jefferson's days at "Snug S. F. Webb Is making some alterations -

'id bah Wbp built by Dr. Munyon, on the Haiboi" are numbered lie goes en tour to the toiler of his cottage which will the World. Mia. French anti little niece and Mra.McDoiiRHl .
with his UO'.IIK.-R..I K. Mill Loans.
Palms and Seminole father, opening in Mobile CHMWK!: &: i l t \ the on add much to the comfort of his
",opposite, Lake. March 31 t.When family. Agent: for jtCrtiA: London and Liverpool) and loft, Maniliiy, for their home
facing the oiolie, Iroviilttmt0 WMahlnRtttti. and nun PlreIiimirmice.
dale Mrs J. n. LeTourneau and the Misses In Chicago
I the Mit>nlal attention mlil to the
JI''". X. s. Burnham bas aa her guest I Mrs. A. It. Cazauran"pink paper"will have!goo to press, Brown, Miller\ and I.oTourncair enjoyed Goes farther. Interest of mm| .nmUtent. | Mrs p. A. Black, of Palm Bench, with

jIbe. Palmleach\ hot61' her Mater' Mlss to the noise and !gone back a picnic drive to Fort Pierce, last /Satur.day. ---. --._- -- - ------ her sillIer and husband, are visiting Peter
Worcester, Ma88-, who bustle of Now York- HOTEL' rAULKTON-O|'m Urn year round lie.
from Wlttfeld and family for a week) or two.
wdiw, close of the season I and "The Madding Crowd." lllfhtful pmt to upend. whiter "r nummer, l..-
the ,
main, until\ Miss Frances B. Arnold arrived Tuesday rxtnil on high lilult overlooking the Indian
nI I Mln
Hall and
Mra. Lena daughter,
' Dr and Mr*. Durnham, will Mrs T. B. Allen communicates tbe'fact Illver. Tort,,. nmilMrnt :
j.with evening/ from Nimlivillo: Tenn., stopping with Mr Kate
.
of their home on the that KHANK Homes'ruin, Proprietor.Subscriptions Eva, spent a pleasant day *
" nomiesslon a "wlg-wam" will be a feature over a day en route at Vahuka to "0..*. BANtM PO fWII -- Carter and daughter, Miss Lily, Monday.M .
the first of
I8t81do vf the Lake April. on Cocoanut Point next year "But for visit relatives. CI:1 rr: for the ADVOOATK,
goodness sake don't I told ._.- ra. Cooper and Inniihter, of Savannah
seems to be eagerly sought say you. paper of the Kant Coast, will be
)Real| estate N. )[. Young 8nJ 1 Crle-ndsleft. the latter received Ga, whohiivepent the winter with
akeOn the East at tho Melbourne PoHtollloe.-
the Dr. (
JeII largeetract' sold by the Hoaghidhelrn Jeo. Puidy cherishes the hope part of the week for their northern Tibbals. % her sister, Mr*. U. E. Mime, expect to return
J ){ wan that bla talented little wife(Fannie Rice) homes-just in time to receive the full or' to their homo in a few days.
short
amount andre lIrs. F.ason left :. Tuesday for a
. for quite a large will close bar season suUlclently early benefit of the blizzard.

" are rumors of much property to visit their new home on the sound, Deo Sneijror and son, Raymond were visit to Palm lioaoh.Mr Two youngsters: aged 13: and 14, ran

jocing hands on the West side-so a ere his departure.The William Saunders arrived home on pleasant callers In our burg, last Sunday, *. Folson and daughter, M Ian Nannie, away from home, near Itanyan, coming

.Ithiul( real estate boom exists on the Sunday evening/ wIth Oeo. E. Cooa'slaunch left, Tuesday, for a trip to Palm Beach hero on foot, and boarded the steamer
" young ladles In our midst (bless which in being tiled out with Rev. T. V. Moore and wife, of Palm for Cocoa. Their father over hauled them
Coast.
and Cuba.
Miami!
ut them) attended the dance at. Jensen, entirely new machinery Beach were pleasant visitors, lust" Wednesday at TitiiHvlllo.Mr .

C pt. and Mrs. J. Clow 'are delightful l\londllyevenlnlt, through the courtesy at Mr. and Mrs F. M. Iludsons'. Dr. Bummer: wife I\ntlllttlo von paida
the Breakers. Their of dreg Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson took c JSImnton Invited all the Indies in
our! clients at T. A. Snider, who sent a launch visit. to I'alin' lil.nch.'e are glad to
iclous: manners and the 'splendid phy- load, with Capt. Hoke In charge. party of ladies for launch ride to tin Bishop Gray held divine service In St.PnurB see them buck itg.iin.Mia. town to a social tea at her coiy little ,

, the Captain, who Is near theM beach, Monday n!'tor noon. Tbey had a chinch last Wednesday evening, home Thursday afternoon, In honor ol

|lueof score and ten mark In yean, make Mrs. Hardy Is a most patient and enthusiastic delightful time wading/ bathing, etc. to a large nnd appreciative congregation. I. C. Bowyer, of Palm Reach, Miss French and Mr*. McUougal. Thirtyor
flshcrwoman. She bas jU"t returned the of Mrs, loo. M. Blown nn hour or two very
was guest forty IRlIolillpent
feature the weal.
em a marked among E. J. Shattuck )1M kept busy going ovel'tbe Mr. l&UtIrll.\ W. II Ressey, of Stuart
from a cruise with her husband during her visit to the Chnutauqtin.Pr. pleasantly chatting over the tea cup*.
of that famousid
and cultured people 'Mr. and Mrs. Cairo III. and
j and Mr. Phelps looking brown dl8ulct with the petition for good Ganglier ,
8a a* a
popular hostelry. berry and handsome late roads. If some of the others could onlybe Mrs. Hoke, of Jensen, were /guests of Mr. H. 1) Brown, wife and daughter A. M.\ Chamber ban old out his IntereMt -
as a
Admiral Dewey seems to be a drawingrd rose. waked up, to second his efforts, we and !Mrs W. H. Hants, last Thursday of D"ytoDlal'" spending a few weeks In In the store tu l>r L. A. FiJvtlerloha. .-

for the Breakers. Every day, men )II'. and Mr*. Pltou, surrounded by would soon be riding; our wheels. Insteadof L. D. Wlllontt a prominent architect Melbomno much to thin pleaiuroof their Tb new" firm of Provost Kileileilch I
very
be look- their friends Mr. and Mm. Arthur, Mr. walking. many old lends. will carry oil tho business all usual -
anxiously
can seen and builder of Boston Mass was a
d women ,
and !Mrs Jefferson, Mr. and Mrf. Taylor to the bast Interests of allconoeinad.
for the hero of Manila bay, caller J. T, Waters Mon John Scott. Mftltmun of Los Angelo: ,
ibout; Mrs salsa and Mrs. Cazauran a :\1 rs. J. II. LeTournoan, Miss Brown ploasnnt on on It la hoped! that these liberal, wide-a
d when found always has a smile and spent and like all other visitors to who has the three week
Lucle our Cal
,1, day at Olluoit's Bar fishing during the and Mrs. linchus drove to the !St. day, ? spent past wake buclncHH men will receive the pat
urteous word for the people. We re- week. liver, h\llt'1'hur.day. to visit Mrs. L. U. burg, expressed himself as being delighted with his tutor, Mn. It.V.. Goode and deserve

,attbattue Admiral and Mrs. Dewey Toussalnt, at her lovely home, which Is with the place family, left, Thursday1 for Ids homo.Mr roni>KO; they
,debarred from maul pleasures on ao- What might have proved a serious accident of The entertainment of tereoptlcon ormolnjt
situated
on one the highest points on .
Mr. Sawyer and wife ol Amsterdam, *. Judge: Trunkoy. Franklin, & ,
ant of Mrs. Dewey' delicate health. was averted by the cool headed. the river, and commands a view of the \ of picture, nt the school bOil Me.1ondl'y ,
ness and foresight of Mr. Fred Yates, N. V., who have been visiting bill father, In one of the many pleasant guests imioli ,
vim enjoyed
evening
Beach hotel has had whole surrounding country.Mr. of this left for their Carleton MrM. Trunktiy bait made very t
Palm many Rev. hotel
!die lust Wednesday, when hU launcn the Sawyer, place by the llttlo folk*. The one thing I that
,
uti of note and popularity, and not Geneswee, ran abreast a treacherous snag, and :Mra. William Sanders Mr. home, last Saturday, much to the regret hoHtof friends while In Melbourne and : met tho approval of all, and wa mweird t

,{least of them was ea-Oov. Davis, of in the placid waters of the Loxahatrhee, and Mrs.. A. I>D.MerwIn the MUsca Kitty : of the moat friends which they made .he has taken quite a interest la our with hearty uheera. wa the grand, old

'ode Island. His straightforward/ man- and succumbed to the shock. The boat Siuiudi'i's and Lydia Brown and Messrs. during their stay here \little town. 'Htaia: and Stilprn." which waved I"

dtirirghle term of office 'gained for tilled rapidly with water, but not before Charles Mast, K. J. Shattuck and S. J. Mr.: and Mrs. W. H, Harris arrived Tbeaiiin given; by Mrs. Kate Oilman, i proudly, Its It just imfiirlc.il to the biecroac +

o 1 the plain but forcible, sobriquet of the guests were safe and comfortably (?) Russell of this place, attended i bo danoeat home last week, much to the delight'of was .O8 to lie added to the fund for a niulo on a t'llllht May moinlnff. l

oDest John." The Oov. and Mis. ensconced on the river bank. Those enjoying tbe Jensen Opera house on Mouday their many friends, after an absence of new icctoiy, to ho built flour the Episcopal Uncle Iluulile wa the only one In the

ills bad just returned from Havana, Mr. Yates' hospitality for the day evening, and report a very enjoyabletime. six months. They had a very delightful/; ohur'h.VII clan| hour that I>r.IhilloHo audience! that hud "worn the blue," and .

"I stopped( at Palm Beach a number of were, Misses\ Dell and Edith Crawford, trip while traveling through tlllTerent gave $:J8 l this week, fur the niiiiohtid nndur It* fold, ready to give

'8. Abble Pltou and Carrie Blabon, chaperoned There was a very delightful birthday climates, but ivy there la no place like name purpose.Mr Ma \life In its defence, nearly forty years

'uesilay' afternoon the 18th, the cltl- by Mrs. '1'. A. Snider. The gentlemen surprise, party for Mrs. John Miller at Tlbbals. and 1 Mrs A. 8. Milkman left hero, ago.

''I of West Palm Beach had an opporIty on board consisted of !MCSHIS. Fred her borne, last Tuesday afternoon planned Thursday, fur their home la Chicago, ,-------

of listening to an escaped native and Russell Yates, T. I.. Snyder, with by the Misses Miller, assisted by Many of our people were greatly dlsiip after upending over two months In the I COUGIit4ETTLEUON!: liEU LUNGS."My .

ir officer, who explained why the Capt. Goode as pilot. 'Tommie' Snyder their cousin. Mrs. Miller received many pointed lime Monday night, In not. bulug Uooilo outrage They will stop at Jllok.lIonvllle dai.iihtur had terrible. cough:

in think they never can be beaten.was was commended for his courage and bra- useful presents In crystal china linen able to attend the dance at Jensen town OIIl\l'It"l\nd, oihor points of : which settled. on her liintfx" 81 ay N. J I\ck.

Commandant under Gen. Botha, vado. Did he not rescue the beer and etc. Thererreshmentawere lIublltantltlIand hall, given by the Comet band, a* the Inlet'out on their way home.Mr son, of Dituvlllo III. "We tiled great

lln 1 the udder River fight; under Gen. "bread cast upon the water?" dainty and beautifully served by the passenger train was.three and a hall ; many remedies without relief, until we

La Koy. Quite a good deal of en- daughters of the bouse.T.aat hours late. Try It again boys, and we *. LrmlKO bklnner, of Vpnllantl, gave her Foley' !Honey and Tar, whloli
Wbllldln will\ not depend on the train. Those who Mloh\ who ban boon the guest of the ubtltute H. It.WIUou .
I8ll1Rm shown Mayor cured her. Refuse
was .
tided and Introduced Com. Jan Klige.Irs. Can't Keep it Secret. Friday as Mr*. W. F. Richard did have the pleasure of attending speak (Iran,! View outrage for over a year, left A Sun.Il1Ai. .

The splendid work of Dr. King's New and a party of ladle were driving down very complimentary of the musk Tuesday: for ]1'iilni Reach, Miami nail I

,[' Henry M. Flagler has made for Life Pills Is' daily coming/ light. No Railroad avenue the horse became frightened from'E. J. Sbattuck Cuba. She:: will stop here on her return
The latest
wlf, this "Inter, a very enviable rep- such grand remedy for liver and bowel at a passing train and bolted down report for a short visit, before going north. EYTAr1'I'lliSA1.11: ::.
circulated the
of Eden who
.don as a hostess. She Is delightful/ troubles was ever known bofoie. Thousands Thomas street. Foituimtely, the harnessgave so kindly Median of Germantown :
petition for aspecislseven mill tax fur Mm. C. E. li
r OOUl'Illsy to: one and all is very cbarm- bless them for curing constipation way, and the horse and wagon part
startled the ftth dlstilct of Brevard county, was 1'"., with her daughter aril ion In-lnw Aa Admlulilratoia of thb Estate of
' and hor latest charm is her sweete ed Tbo.laolle. were ,
., and
sick headache biliousness jaundice company. that (with tbe exception of Mr. and Mr*. Burns, have been the William Truutlvr, dooeuHnd We utToi' at
every person
and all who heard her solo: "If I : J. B. but kept their seats, and no one washurt. ,
Indigestion. Try them. Only :2.>o at hastened three) was perfectly enthused over tbe Client of Hotel 1 Carleton till water.They private sale the following described Heal
voice at the Poinciana chapel Our gallant Postmaster
"a ,
Screven's drug stoie. roads and delighted with our pretty town Estate teli to laid Estates I
the the horse aDd prospect of Improving our are /; >nlng(
Sunday: are loud in their apprecloi to rescue, caught
o i i of her clear, sympathetic tone, and mended the harness and the ladies drove slltued the petition, and at the same time and we look ItOI'wsrtl with pleasure to No. 1. Sold

friend say that she has that ''synthetic Ankona.We serenely homeward, rejoicing at their escape offering to assist lu any way possible to their retina next winter No. 2. All of ProrNRr.: Section Ul: ,

quality that touches the heal from serious Injury. aid the good cause. One man, In An- Cspt Claude Reitujenn In the launch Township 27 South,, IIBlltllI( l7 Kant, cover

._-- koua, Mho was not quail Hod to sign po Dawn, took the following party to beautiful od with water, lying In said Knu': Uullle
any people of note and position have had a pleasant and helpful titions, offered to pay alt) 10 aid the good Invitation of Sir .
very A SEVERE COLD FOR 8 MONTHS.Tbe Kockledge(; by i River and I Eau O.illle liny contalclnn
ted Palm Beach thin tteason. At pies- thunder shower, Friday afternoon, yet road association, or would aid In buying I.. K, Coclimo Judge lu
following letter from A. J. Nus- (Oilman MoHdamuH I about !JI) Cities, mole or **.
Samuel L. Clem. rock for the road. Such results should
of
a
party consisting more Is needed. Ind. tells Its Trunkey, A. Mailman, don. /Stephen' ,
, baum, of Batesville, own I .No.8. Mold.I .
-better known Mark Twain ex- to commissioner Mr.
as ; Beach the prove our county loode and Minium. L. K. Cochran,
of Pa'm was (
W.
Miss Clow It.
months witha
"I suffered for three
alter Thomas B. Reed, Senator WaliT. story: Bell, that the people have confidence In Mailman. All I No. 4. That portion of SV/X, Section
of Mrs. L. B. Abdill for a few A. S. Maltman and J. 8.
Foote and Lawrence Huttoq the /guest severe cold. A drug; 1st prepared me him and are pleased with his dvlnltl. hi also I :21, Towm hlptt! Mouth, H,1Pltatl7 Knit
most delightful They
, days teceatly. some medicine and a physician prescribed report a p. foot Went from 4
nt U7"
I known author essayist and journalare eominenclng n pol
,
then The Tibbal Bathing Club was visited the Men ill plantation, at Tropic I
I did not very
calledon for me, improve. Mectlon line '
enjoying the beauties of Palmch Dr Platte, of Foit Pierce, was yet Northeast corner post tln i4
and participating in the social a professional to (;eo. Saeger, tried Foley honey and Tr, and eight pleasantly ( last Thursday, by where the kind Merrill family no beautiful ginerou a* aforemild, and to feet Mouth of said .ki
with
One of the most loaded the guests
Mrs. ly
substitutes Harry Jennings.
cured Refuse
doses II
,i for which this famous resort Is nog who has been quite ill lately. me. Section lino fur a tm ting( .point, thence !
'. Whitehall and the give Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son. amusing games engaged In was progrec llowen.Mr run South li: feet, tlivnve East 10t feet,
> elaborate cottagers their friends Mr. and Mrs C. T. McCarty gave avery sire peanuts, In which the first prize, avery *. Kate It. Oilman has been enter thence MouthI.'U: feed, thi>no Vest to I'
J hospitality to
enjoyable< entertainment at their handsome fan purchased In ParU by Hotel. Carleton the week, m'
lie form of breakfast teas and recep- twining at past Section line, thence North Oliti:! ft, thence j)
os. beallUfulbome. on Tuesday evening. Fort Pierce. Mrs. Jennings' sister, was won by Mrs.J. Mr. and Mr*. It. E. Cooluin, o1 ounirs- East 717\ feet more or leas, to point IflO( .. :tJ11 i
'r. Waters first gentleman's prize, an dear old friend of :Mr*. Oilman )'
-------- Will I'. Prantz has been absent the ; : town, Ohio, feet Weit of Southwest oornnr of plat of :

oley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneysI greater part of the past month, settingout T. F. Woolen, of Cocoa, was In townon elegant deck of cards by II. W. Bessey, of who are now on their way home, Harno, thence Mouth UiO feet, thence '

I bladder right.: Contains nothing in- and caring for a fine young orange Saturday. Stuart, Fla.; and the two booby prize having spent the past four month at the East 700: foot to Welt side of K. K. C. I
were awarded to Miss Marge Dllllnger, Breaker at Palm Beach and In Cuba. .
\Railway rlglit of-wny, thence North o* !I
''ous. B. R. Wilson Son. at Plna.
grove It. E. Hill returned, Sunday, from a of Allentown, Pa., and Wm. Jennings of They Intend to visit Savannah, Charle West aide of F. E. (J. Hallway llght-of- i

Mr. and !\Irs. Ankeny are enjoying! a short visit to Cuba. Plttiburg, Pa. The following were the ton and Old Point Comfort, on their Wt feet, thence Knit to point of beginning i
visit from their daughter and only grandchild visitor present: Wm. Jennlng, wife and route north. We all hope to meet )fr. way
White City. and child-from Mrs. Frank Tyler paid a visit to West excepting! rnllronrl ilgbt-of-war
-Mrs. /Stephenson mother of 1'1' tsburg Pa Fred In Melbourne next : rt

Palm Beach last week. ; O"lIlberland and Mr. Cochran through mild land. Containing about 35norfM !
DesMoinca! Iowa. wife, of Cairo III i; Misses Fay and winter, whore dining their short visit Including the County road. Tills '..l;

V. R. ILudoe was out here last SunIra. Mrs. Blanchard, who has been the Mr. Bahney and wife, of Ankona, were Paddock, of Buffalo! N. Y. ; Mr. and Mrs. they have made' many warm fnend, tract haw a voting grove of 1'>(,1(' or (0K( ) foi''

guest of Mrs.[ Ankeny since the earlyart pleasant visitors to town on Monday.Mr. II. W, Besaey, of Stuart, Flu.; Edgar -------.- true on It, and an artesian well etc.

( Beck gave a delightful; coffee, of the winter, lilt, a week ago, for and !Mrs. Alex Hogg returned on Harmer and wife, and C. II. Racy and Pneumonia follow a cold but never No. 5.! Itagln at fiontlimxt: corner of
and wife \Vavelnnd Flu. Mrs A. I).
lay afternoon. I her home In Kustis, Jo'\\:,. Saturday evening, from their bridal tripto Merwin,,of Eden, Fla.,; and; Mr*. R. It.Hoke follows Mm tine of Fole'slloneynndTar.heals and strnnntlieim Ir.t now, or formally, owned by J. I.. Hirrlunn ,
and Atlanta. It Hop the cough' Hnutb Elbow
| thence acrm
run
(fr. and of something mysterious ,
Lamont Is building a neat one A sense Jensen, Fla.
, the air since. invitations the lungs, and iillonU' purfrot security crack to North boundary of land belonging -
balf on Oleander uncanny pervade The Rev. M\ r. Black held service In
story cottage, Refuse
attack of pneumonia.
from an tlience East along
masqueradeball \ to Wm. Treutlvr
Issued for the and
nue. were the church, morning evening -
at Fort Pierce on tbe twenty-fuurth. to Baptist large congregations. wonderful coughs yield quickly to the uhntllute Hold\ by H. It. Wilson\ A ton'l Section; : line which\ I III the North hoiimltiry '
\ in ,
number of our young people were curative! qualities" Foluy'alIoney of 'Vm. 'I'rl'ntl81I1rul to North bank

t Plaice, Friday' evening attending Pineapples are breaking all previous Captain Lewis, of West Palm Beach and Tar. There I I. nothing else South Rocklodge. of Klbow creek, thence Went along bnnk:

u.ince. records this season by prolonging! the was around town last week, shaking "Just as good. B. R.. Wilson i Son of sold creek to I.olut..f In-ginning, belo\ !;

'ulte a number of our people went tot shipping season through the. entire year. bands wltb his many friends. In Auction :vI! .1'mul..hll7: South, UIIDKBJ7 : 1

1'iuicc to attend the L. :8.: tidied heads the list, so far as Maud Madison another exhibition Returns show that thin Indian fiber Kat. I IiU liiinl In covered with the
Tuesday, like Miss gave -
one
heard from with something Olney. have reached! the ft mule.We of the crellk,
">'",IH' Institute of her graceful dancing at the orange; waiei
receut shipment.Mrs.
at a
hundred trates
HoM."
No. U. '
'Cr.< .and Mrs Carlson, from Indian who ball been spending Carlton ball on Saturday evening. were pleased to see TlruvU1a' No. 7. Commence about /0 chain :31V

or, "ere the guests of Mr. and Mrs Eva winter Hunt with her father and broth- The ADVOCATE Is much In evidence Allen Padgett has been on the sick lint prominent attorney, O. M. Bobbins, In link Went from Norlh nt cuiuri of
-
""..n, :Sunday last N.the W. and W. I.. Kranrz. left Wednesday all along the East Count, but more especially the pant week I our town. Unction 20: on Section line between l Mow

>m.' of our farmers are shipping er, night, for her old home at Moun In the pineapple region, where Oscar Sellers Is spending a few day at I The n"llIt.ob"tllllnJI.e,11\: party nt. thin \17 and 20, run WntQclmlim lailnki: ,
the the home home of K ,1. Ilreeea!: un'fa".
takes thence
11- :mil in a few week more there tale Grove Mo. From there she will nearly everyone pink paper.There J. T. Padgett' thonce Mouth 10 chain IH links, ;
1 I. I her husband, who Isnow day Ivenlnle. Soul thhOdegrees; .1C M.cond, Kant :'I cb: .tin* k ,
In tbe
't-anst beam I beans I on to join ws a large meeting Opera
journey In California house Tuesday., There was it good John Padgett: killed a very large rattler A party from here visited Col Travl l to Eau: lallle Hlver. thence follow the t
on
'" "'re Is being; rebuilt and Is almost of rrsldem from various a few day ago. grove, and admired M* Hue flower and lioreof Eau: Jallle Idver'ln an Easterly: } p''
11 't"a i a. new stock. The cause of the Mr. Shatt.uck, of Eden and :Mr. Water, I attendance and vegetable Hlrilen.E direction loapolulduebouthfrom place t
be
to planting
Sat- of Indian River! who came to hear Everyone seems preparing
I
I'I,IIIR and la supposed to ofTlbbrtls: piWd through here on of beginning theme north to point. of '
[ ., mystery asking for a the speaker for a flue crop lu this vicinity C. Johnson running hits' meat nod h
'I h.' "''lIk of an incendiary. urday last, with I' petition down Itere now, much to beginning, containing u I\ores. mete or '
wagon
:" lastK special road tax, which seemed to bepretty Our citizen[ returned, Saturday evenIng Mrs. Martin Smith I I. now visiting her grocery the accommodation of the r..l ents. less I ami known JIll tile Kltcliell plnae.No. .
"irofnluck for fresh meat, I signed by .. *, wheie had Mr Garrett at White City. : \ '
Melbomne *
daughter ,
generally / from they '
k \ approver H. NE5Q of Section 21'1, TowaIilp r
killed
sullivan bought and one by took M and Mrs.f JohnSidebutham
unanlroouHly Averlll
the All A. L, i
'''I'I. "nel's cattle and11'. Poppell and is must the been attending ChauUuqua. Mrs. :Mary McLaughlin and family, also :27 !booth, rtanga :1)7) Etuit, containing loO
travel .
on Wlttfeld'a plnce
have occasion to of that It wait' the beat over to "
, opinion .
who one ,
: ..ir. Who will befriend us this all omitting the horses, were Mr. and Mr! Kd Mclaughlin and children l chat witU the \acre, less r lliond right ofway.No. .
highways not held thereArchdeacon and eiiiojeil a pleasant|
h public ever Sunday at the home of Jan. T.Padgett. .
at times la the spent Uoctor. 0. tiVH of Mention\ 2", Towndilp

I'1-- I l. Chi-iHtenberry entertained whose Jaded appearance for good road*. B. F. Brown bald service genial IT South, Hanga" 37 rout, containing 1UO
mny :
strongest argument W. J>. William a prominent phyaielaoof .. '
church .
Andrews Wednesday
on
leas
In railroad
bt.: acre right-of-way.
'r the ,
i of friends at her home,
Lotnloii, O. left for homo, Tuenday,
,
,
,.. "'nville last Saturday. Hefre h. The Vice of X ngllI: ;:' evening lion. ,Ou there Thursday being a morning large congrega ho held \0111" Kma"h the Club. after a jd uanc stay of two week! at C. I :No. 10. 4JIMMOnnor: less! rallroiut i
i'd) tlieoidercf then rluht-of-wav. being "rt of Lo 1 nod of
v
croquet were If members of the 'IUy Fever AuoclatOD" II. Mag ruder'*.
but and I
home cervices.
: while the night following was Clouds the happiness of the holy communion baptism would use 1 I>1'. King's New Discovery NKW': of NWlii, Manion :3, Township!
1' III dreams of croquet and white- a nairglng woman often needy help. Shemay On Thursday evening Bishop. Gray gave the club would l go Mr. If. h. Itodilgue, of Priendnlilp, Houth ICangv 37 East, koowoae J. L.

I"eoj' i p"] '>eri.. by some and sick head- be sT nerou..anll. run down In health' an able diconre to a large and attentive for Consumption; for It always, cure thl malady, Park, Pittubury, Pa., &auh| & a thirtyliveponnd Stewart place. }
tn ,
. 'I. her. If she I I.* melon congregation pieces channel bass, oath 13th..f March 11. Lola 17 sat lA block Town
) other (Don't play so had next that trltle annoy and Asthma-tbe kind that: buttle the "Yo. i
troubled with loss ofpatioster the 1'0"'. do.k-tl.e largest of that
1 MU I in excUable. at uf Eau Ualllu.
Fanny I II' oconil to none chol) doctor It wholly drive from the sys
*-
"' lining guest, and besides being lieiwiache l eJ.lellJl spellsnsheneeds Lockjaw from CoUwebs.Cobwebs tem. IhoDsand. of once-bopete.a' sufferer kind of ll.b._ No. la. Lot 1, block .1. Town of Kan
- I ber J. Pitt fainting and <1lzzy rj.illle." Quitclaim deed fur title olyUeKl -
I'y uncle Prof. E. andbroorhltl
consumption pneumonia
most wonderful put on a eel lately ga a woman fn>m to
the inflamed lungs yleUI rapidly
' Raw or niulvr Tin
u Electric hitters Title,
nothing lacking. lives and health to
Millions know that the their
lockjaw. o v*
for alling'wom n. 'l'houaanJ.of the wonderful curative and l healing rjual For price OIK! arena a<"IHrei.. >
remedy to on a cot I Is Burklen'. It. It grippe, save little ones
best thing put conquer
trouble. n .rvona and Tar. It
female of Koley'a \honey
from I Ides prevent F. A. WIfOA.'IW./ II. JONK8,
'lev sufferers and Is
H Honey and Tar cures cough and weak kid.neya Arnica aha, the Infallible) healer of from croup and whooping cough and _nanmltlooIrorn
,, backache pneiimonU .Ve AdrnlnUtratot of the Estate of Wm.
'his, bronchitis and asthma; troubles, wound ulcer;; sores, skin erofUoaa positively guaranteed for all throat ao.JInDse
; cures and become bealtdy hard cold settled on the lungs. It. K. f
Treutler ilevonned.Tltu .
...edit 1 a
"n''"''"p and whooping cough; cure have it Onlv ,M eenta. J. B. burns, scalds and pile*. It core or no trouble, COc. and ... Trial bottles WiUoo k boa vltle Florid.
<
r",'ness and bronchial troubles; cure and happy.acreven Try satisfaction. pay. Only' 2": c at Ser.vsn'a drug tor... free at J. B. ticrevcn's. -

lunonla and U grippe. Wilson; Son. : guarantee


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PAtATKA.
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FILLING THE SILO.

When to Cat the-Cora, Haw" 1a Fa, It The Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA

i In and the "Whya" of Dot to. .

My time for cutting the corn for the Near steamboat landing and opposite the office of the Ocklawai, '

Ho ia a* near DA, may be when the ear fctenmera. Rates f2.61) to $3.00 per day. Special low rate .... "kh Rlv'

Are Just.thinking about glazing When monthly. LEE A: NYE, P, 'f/let:'

It la too old for me to eat. It U old '-- -----

4 enough for my illo. I do not Intend to e, DeLAND.
run counter to the scientific fellows by ,

saying I am not robbing my sllii o of ya ySpkFf
INLAND.
dry properties It might bare acquired Hotel Putnam FLA

; It I bad Dot Interfered but I have Imprisoned Open from December t,,", \la, ,.

Small crops unsalable vegetables for my cows the sweet Juices p Special Party, Family and Season Rates. Golf. Boating Fishing,
and flavors so much relished In the l tigh0s Raton fj to iJ: per day. Special by the week. For Information duns\,
result from want of .err .ddre8
.F mangers. writes a Pennsylvanian to / NCF 1th WM. P. CHASE I'foprlet]
The National Stockman.If .r

,4. the corn lacks moisture In the letter SANFOIED

; Potash.Vegetables part of ltd. season tho lower blades '
will dry and drop before the hardening

f process la operative at the ears. Then The HOTEL WILTON SANFORD, FLA.

l" arc especially hat corn should be cut for what It %s Open all the year. Rates, t..oo: j
1 fond of Potash. Write forM may gain In dry matter above It la los % : pet

our fret pamphlets. leg In dry matter below. A first-class home-like hotel. Near steamboat landing. Five Hoes '>f

If one has a small silo and a few roads. Steamboat service Jacksonville.. Sulphur swimming pad! ('

GERMAN KALI WORKS acres and the filling Is a small matterof hunting and fishing. !M. C. SAVAGE,
93 Hawaii St.,New York. two or three days, then he can bide P,0pAITAMONTI3 ,

{ I' his time and cut when everything appears f
i to be SPRINGS.
I ---- lust rlirht. Tri-Weekly Sailings. .
We have 1-6-
acre growing for the

KIDNEY DISEASES silos and,as we like to fill slowly our The ALTAMONTE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange e I1
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK'Calling
cutting will extend over a period of : Open January let

41 F e possibly tbree weeks. By filling slowlywe at Charleston. C. both Finest 100 room hotel In Florida. Beautifully located ID Orange
t1k Are the most fatal of all dis consider we get about 20! per cent ways) main line of railway between Jacksonville and Tampa.! County,

more In our silos than by simply filling The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service CO acres In grounds surrounding too lovely lakes. Fine bearing orange
I\'l\
eases. them and passing on. where you can pick your own trait. Beautiful hotel COO feet broad pla
t, ,t' Silage doe' not begin to do Its buel Splendid rooms. Every comfort> and eonveDtonee. High rolling pine ij:

rni CV'Q KIDNEY CURE ''M ness settling for about a week- and It The Clyde New England and Southern. Llnee. Pure. spring water. Best oulsla ia tbe State, at tbe lowest, prices Teiil

4'I;; 'h rULEll I 5 Guaranteed fltraed; Is our rule to cut quite rapidly for two Direct berrlce Between Ooll, Croquet Basket Ball Tether Ball, Quoits Bowling BilllardH, Pj
Boating, Fishing Shooting etc;-all free 1 1CEO.
I or three days then proceed more slowly !!, guests. *10 per week.
_ by stopping a day and cutting a'tiny Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. : E. ; B-ATI3:\ Owner and Pro p rieto
or money refunded. Contains "The Grand," Mount Vernon N. H, tD summer
Nb
h alternately (Calling at Charles,.,S. 0., both.ways!)
remedies recognized by emi We tine low wagons and a corn harvester 8KMi-wgEKLT.: : BAILINO81Bnuthbouml. -

{ nent physicians as the Best for sometimes but wb'en an. acre ............................ .. ........ ...... .. _frero Lewie Wharf Jfewton LIVE OAK.
turns off 20 tons or more the harvesterwe Northbound. ....................... .... ............ homfeet of Catherine Street, J.ekse.wWe ,
y' and Bladder troubles. -
Kidney have doesn't succeed In getting It -

PRICK SOc. and $J.OO. In very far. We have a man la the silo Clyde '''St. ollnB.IUvcr. Line. Hotel Oakes LIVE OAKr FIJk.

II. It. W I I.SOX &'SOY.w and Instruct him to keep the outsides ,
somewhat higher than the center This (DeBary Use.l Under new, tMaDafreroent. Caters.especially to the oom'm refol traveler
-- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. Is the moet liberally conducted Hotel of Its
-- -- man Is supposed as Bob Seeds wouldav. prioe in theHtate. The hotel 1

; ';r Accented Free and to "keep a-golu. keep a-gon! I Stopping .'alatka,Astor, Si. rranols Lags, IVwreufciril un. t..tlC..lIu'.I".r.STEA.MER (fe Lanil), Blue. Muring and mterlneelete- lam flMt-class.been thoroughly renovated, refurnished JJ. RUSSELL and painted.MOORE Everything, Prop"letor.EAST a

Masons. .
; City 'of Jacksonville"CAl'd.w.
M' "' Stops the Cough A. 8HJW
'. and works off the Cold. IS APPOINTED:! : TO BAIL..M ULCUW:
,I' Laxative Uromo-( uIDlne Tablet: cure .* Leandsekemvllle. 3 JO p. nu..Sunday.'Eseecay..n.tThure.l.ys.. )l tkla .cT1f8 CbAST of Ftomo*
Indian! I No. 00Tltuivllle cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay X _'ord 11:30: .. n. ( ,, d_.'Ioy. Ii"" Prl.L.>e. ed ;: IS PARADISB RECAINEOw"
"" BouthbouM. *,Keiwt dews' SOHKIU'LK. }}<> LIt f mind,I_up v

River kM>nvl.le.. ..__... .... .Arrive 2iO 00.Io iii. : ITmIa '
/ :4npr: .. .........if>.latkn"........... .keara 1tlJcJo1/ou.
.r 3 aNlrr....... ...". >r... ... 2 I Lodee. rW.Plorldii.. The> time may rome when every city +:311.......J..... ........Bt. rranoU...... .. I IIMI 9.11.. ;- FLORIDA EAST COAST
N Hold ItK mnntmitu the C0nd and fourth Fri. of nay conaidrrable Importance wit .. ". ...........Berenr. r.*('L8n(1)). ............ to. 1 ;1NJ..h. BAILWAT.
da. T of each month .\ the laea Armory, Tltuivlllo. .OOan... .......... ......Blua Hirliig" ..... ....... .. to. ll vswn.Anlv.p3oa. .
*r at T,:",o.ul..k m. hI"-e Its own luiHfbull league. } : .ttanlfvnl. ........._.... ... ,. ":Muau,. i
J. K. Walker, Worshipful. :
.T.f.. L.H..Carnitlium. Honh>r Wanlen Miutar.' Cen'l 1 Passenger and Ticket Of f!tee, 2O4- W. Bay St.,Jack onv1Jf> vHAOKRTTr LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. fa Effect January 15,19C
Aat.dflni,.Iiinlnr Warilan.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONH DAY
it .J.F.:M.X I IHxon IMurifan: Tr', ..urer. Take Laxative. Bromo Quinine Tablets. ...c. Kasfn. lit.... Agt.. ..M.1KO.V1: 'N<; R.lts..Pla| Pan. (' 80UTHBOUNO- BOWN. NOHTHBOUND-READ liP..N..IBtNo.2e .
Heoratary.
j' I*Btat*fc.New York [ :UK> WMt Havat.Jackeouetlleitilw.. .
J.A. Huuliaa, Cha al'n. All druggists refund the If It falls ''
money THO&
: : : DtIALEY.tLocal lErergktAgent( r QP.LOVELL.A.et.l'IatSn l t..
t. H Hcr Senior
fat R. K. Ml inn veii,Jr;; Junior Uanaon.I"'acon.l to cure. E. W. Grove's signature la on Vimit nkgw.d40.. .JWfcwmvllle, Play I fitat Wtgiut <11&., .laok.onfrll..Fla"JuH3t. .Nol, .N..35 MAIN LIME. .....'8 .NoOSSSOpll05p
r L. RrWAR.DBepertntendent.Poet' Hogan 8t,Jacksonville, Fla.oaiuiral ..
each box. 2
H.H. ota.
F. M. Taylor Junior' Stewani.tltewerd.: 'inlEt), Go EHCR. Ma> Ker. Vftf-f\ CWIB' C.> ...... .. .
1-. W. Cbe..broup IMOWlmg. ;, IK State St.,0lrp.IteBatter.Park.NmnrYork.Cl 'l llllo.I 40. L..Jaea.on1"l.IIe. ". .....A ,. I
I Ilulmrti Tyler.PUNISHMENT >r OO'p. 7'lOp W. floe
Lifted L'p Poraver. WALTON.. Ager'llt..TUu".l1Ie. .. ... ... 114IJIL ....So. J..ll. oDyUI..n.v 51p .
-' 810p 2 'p'96e.iiaae' .....8t.AIlIfU.ctD....... f. I10p'a50p 850.
r4 ----- --- -- .
Mazzlul. whose name la associated --- ----- ----- 1127a ...... R.etl ?.... f.p .....
1 b FOR CRIME. with tbo liberation nt o 30'p'I40p'940'sII4Ja' ......astPslatkw.,_. 'as pillS p'i'06p'SOSi
Italy was once ...... ...... Neofra ...._ .... t0
t .one of the Barb.roia L...... ThatPaed asked what ho would have taught in The l ....... ... ... ...._. 12 34 p. .......%...BunnellSi....,.... tIIlP....... ..... .. .......
Seaboard Ail'Line .. ..... .... ....
school : Railway 13 37 n ...........Dupon.._.,_. ....... 3
i to D. Enforced. 111111 > '21' In''",. ........Ormond........... top' 41TP 701'p606
.t.L Ellr Samuel nom the first "who "One thing, at any rate In alt" replied 41Sp 'O.p 10 Sits"' p .......'. EartonaPort ......... i 31p 60Sp 'Gap 88&
.... Illy 1II Mnzzlnl "nhd that la some knowledge .. .... ..... .. .. fO'P ... .. Orange..,.,, 811' ....... .. .
endeavored to sofrrn the rigor of the I ] ...I.New Smrriuk .. I X20 {19n
C C'rlmlnallltlY', In 1HUH he pawd a bill re- of astronomy. A man learns. 1 vESTED b I : I g: ::::: : Oak Mill...*?.::: 009840p. ... .. .
nothing If be bllll'lIot learned \ n66a a 02p lSOTp a 47p ..Tltueviile..... 5O3. 26&p 646 9ISa
to
S ponlluit the statute of Elizabeth, which wonder Capitae CityIRbute*. . .......... ..... .
: a2tp Coooa .. .. .3 .... .. ... ... .......
if inndu Inrccnj punlHlmble bydeath, end mid astronomy! better than any 'liMITED 1"a 55p12Sap 338p .... ... Hook ledry........ 1101'. 658p 1118110
three or four years later he carried other BOionep tenches him something of the I t : ... I Up...._. 423p..EscOalile.! ....... a 1St 1111P sap.. ..
L' '" ....... 30p...._. 6S0p ........Mel lx>urne........ 1211p 414 .... .
l lilllM of a similar uiiturp. Incited. It lathlelijr mystery and grandeur of the universe The Shortest Route.. ,& ....... ....... ....... II oa I' ........ B ....ett.n.,........ 11U11.. ....... ..... ....... ,
1 .t owing to bis cffoits that our orlmUml Now, a than who feel this wilt soon TRAINSDoJiriE 115tp ........St. L<'ole... ..*...... 10 47 a .
Is Imleblt'd for Its viif 867.445 allap: 8 Ollp 1'1.. 1040a12fSp SSap1218a
s.vHlcin pru feel something of his own greatness JNfr- The Best Line. -..... ...... /14p.ti""i.whit.. city.mnn 1016. ....... ....... ... .
ti'il; nvtcrletlceofhuutanfty' and mystery and then for the first DAILYSERVIE: ....... .J 11 ....-. 81Bp .Tlbbalsv.....*..... 1018a....... ....... .. ...
I Ono or two of,tlit' former punishment ... "'t- "' ....... ..._. 8301' ....*.*... Edotta M....... 1008a ....... ...... .....''.
s art' lot curious that It may be Interesting time he lea man line with. Double Daily: Service ""It.q,9uodaya:, to: ...... ...-.. S as I' ....""Jeneen.__. 1004. ....... ....... .."".
pqi to notice then In the time of Henry SAVANNArr. COtLl1\IItA: DA\fl>EV, MrHTIINRxitINEs': ,. Rlf'IiMDt< N-D.. -=== ....... 11'. ....-. 1t,1'.. .!.... Stuart ...... II fifiIL ....... ...... ... ....
.. ..... .....Hop..8ound.. .
.._. a 28 a ........ ..... .......
VIII. piilHunlnit! wan tunde trcnnnn. and WA.sntNGlruN: ItAILTIMOKK.: PFlI Ut..A'I)Ir.r.PI IHiA.NEW YORK,. X0.26 ....... :cgs '1301' .......We Jupiter ...... \lU. ....... ....... ...... -Nat
4 :/( the piutlxbiiu'iit acne to be boiled alive, WITH PULMAN'S: IJKST'U.UW.: 1140. ,i'i.lap. 8001' Ar..Weetpaiatbeaoh. ... 8I1lSa1)4/J( / II6p,1000p,

p ; i which was cm-lied out In the ease of John Repairing The FluiIda. "n.I1\letropl'lllt>tn l.lmlred' a solid THHllbiiluci. train St. Augustine and] \ 10"1160&. .e.I..r Ja .301'6 1$1' 0 If5p 1111' Lv..TheB..ke..\Motel Koyal. Poln..I.............,. 8 120.J"80&!I3.10 8e a'' 1 IIIp1015p 111.10, Op180. ICO

HOUH', who threw potHou Into n pot of .JIWk ouvllle tu New Yolk, c(>consisting Dining.! (7onapertmentLOmposle! ,. 181a II 01a 4 40 I' B 301' Hotel Royal. pnlnclana. 8 lOa JO 1ZOo. ] 00 p 10 051'
broth the of Itorlu's-, 9465 1 111. SSOp 'Gill' Stop ....We.tPalmBeach..Ar. ,SIC
for bUhop
(
4i prrpnivil Observation and 6oka1010a3790p 9tOp
Drawing Krwiu HleepLng'Cars./ 100'1.. ....... ...... ... .... .
with Neatly 0001. .........Bnyntnn..Lv T M. ....... . 6t7
tor's family. ThiH, In coinnuni ninny Only tine' operating dully through Pullman Cur St-rvloe ..lltOllllunvll1ew OtoIeaDR 1o 69a..... ....... ..... ..10tlp .....FortLatderdale. .... 111II. ._..... ...".. tto
more of H.nri111..'. batbari. >iiH laws )Fur sleeper reservations aud furtmeriofurtnntlonwrit. ... .. 11 80IL ...... ... ... .... .. 10 tip. ....... Lemon City...... I fi8. ....... ....-.". .... 407
tht, r \\ns repealed. | ly Nlword1., The law ? 114aa Sina1310n 840n1050nAr. ... ... Miami ..... ..Lv 6Ma S20sICme SCOp400 J ..
,f. nf retaliation was Introduced by statute Done A. O. MACUOSRUI, Anct. f".en.l''l48. Ant. .. Jitukstmvllle,.F'Nrlds.
37, Kdwnrd 1 II., IIM u pnnlshnii-nt fur J. M. BAKR K.. M. t. HUNCH; Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine

; RI those' who preferred. miilieloim iicennntUms. I 1. T. Y..k. G. M., ea..Pasth. Agt. TO a'r. AtrGUBTINlII..Ne.Z3f'NO.27 .
It dlil not answer however, and Never thought of such a HO, KTSM OUT 1 Ju TA..

1 was repealed after one juur's trial.Cilmes -- .No.38 -Na29INo.311Ne.37 .No.43 .No.93'No.iiiii .

i rr; of au unuuturnl nature, such ns a sign for a medicine did you ? JacktonTlllei... .. "''7'M"; 900a 941)aiiISp ; .. / ; I 23 B 30
?.e. R10P 9 OOp 4COp pi
tit vlto killing her. liimbund.. n ervunt hidmuster e Dixie Flyer: 'RonteXA8I1VIf.I.E Ar.St.Augn.tlne'...... .._.. 8saeln.nal06na( liSp'S30n, JlOflj 610.. 80 f\.\ B 30
an ecileslaHtic bin "n 'rlor, werey Well it's a good sign forScott's ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVH.LEL:

y bold petit treimon ninl u maflirWas drawn CHATTANOOGA & &1'. LOUIS KAILVVAiT,. and T

and hanged. and a voniuii drawn amiburned. Emulsion. The body WJCSTERX: ATLANTTC RAILROAD .No.98HIM .No.9JONo.18.Nee4IN.aoiaw2 .N..78'No.7 .No.30'M'!

similar has to be like other tir. St. Ainru tin .._... ;;)-a'"ii"OO;'8'iii"; "3-- ""3 30 INpfpi
We see something of nature repaired : -route of the- a 8ftft.aH 10 a l 11 40 a II JOp p
11 JiickflnnvilV.\ : .. .. .... 7 M a 9na Dlsa1OOnaI2CO.104O. '1 88 ? lapl730p 800 Sl
e in the ancient Uonian law Unit pnurtoilthlit CHICAGO AND FLORIDA: :Z1M1TEI: TRAIN
I the murderer of a parent thould be things and Scott's Emulsion is and SCHEDULES OK BRATTCH LINKS.JAOKSOKVIUJD .
scourged and then tied tip lu a leather -_
sack with a don cork viper and ape nod the medicine that does it. DIXIE FLYER sLEEPiNG CARS. TO MAYPOBT. PALATKA TO EAST PAXATKA.No.47 .
then thrown'Into the sen. I'ubllcus MaiIcolus Tbe Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest train hem, St. Au-giietlo tnvt _
? who kllltMl hl1l mother, was the These poor bodies wear out JacksuDvDleiChattanooga STATION. Jlta.B No.17IINe.19INa21! S' aTrox.. [ No.49'Na' N0.61'NO,63'MO87' '

a i first who suTTeri-d this pnnlshuient In the ,:NatttTille Louisville St. UxiU And Chicago with PulIn.aD' IiV. Jacki) rms. 5SOa / p10/ur p IT.PalatkaJU Iftalll' 1-taj' 2 13 pi* 439i'| I06P-S
year of Home 052. from worry from over-work finest Observation and Drawing. Room Sleep.nDlaf.gears.. ete"throttghwithout Pablo Jacknnnvlll Beaoh. .. aialOm. I 6 93 p5p ID ISO 18 aID ato 03 A..R. a 85 alll M a| g 35 |.| 4 6iJL_I-1

Hut this puuUhment has existed: In change. The fanous Dixie Flier all the year round sleeper vhu. Atlaauta. and Atlantlo Beach. t le a 7 00 Ma p EAST PAX.ATKA TO PAI.ATKA.MATPOBT .
r modern Kurope. Thus In Bpaln. nt Jaen from disease. They get thin Martin, through to St. Louis, without cl"tnge. Ar. Maypor .,,,,., 9 to. 1 p 11 10 a 9 I 00 p
on March 1. 1$3'a! roan for murdering araTroxs. 0'No.B .M j
48 No. l'No
For Information relative to rates schedules etc. writ to... TO 7AOKSONVTZ.X.E.STATIONS. I) |
a his daughter-in-law after being placedin and weak. Some of the new | }
T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass Jacksonville Fla. LT.E.PTtka 8 4A a| 0 46.111 4N a o4 p'as
a barrel with a cork, a snake, a monkey Agt Ne.a 'No.tajllNaJO Ar. Palatka. e A alO| (inMo.4eNo a 11 03 p 3 07
t. and a anti was. thrown Into the ones are not well made-and C. B. HARM AX, Gen. Pass. Agt. H. F. SMITH TrAme Manager. r -
iT.Mayport _
8Aa 4 4 pl So_
SAN MATEO BRANCH.
11 river Atlanta Oa. NavbTitle T Allan tin _
HD. Beach. 60 a 0 00 pit MaIt
,, Another common: punishment now IOHKobsolete all of the old ones arc racked Pablo Hi-sob. ... MaTTa p07 p N..s7 No.46 X0,49
BTATIoxa
-- - -- -- --- 8, MaP
;t waa disfigurement, as every one : JarkaunTtll* 6 31 p l3
amjtialntrd ,,'Itlthl' records of tbe star from long usage. Ar. JaoksonTllle... T Ma 6 16 12 30 6 pt T 4 a v,. rat a., r S h i n lip
0 66 PI 6 ne ft Ar. Ban Math. Lv 815. 7 79P
*i J. chamber \knows Ears and noses were SANFORD BBANCH.

f I moat frequently) cut off, the excuse being Scott's Emulsion fixes all PLANT SYSTEM. .No.nl I ORANGE CITY BRANCH _
BTATlOlfS.'J'.flunTllla.
Unit the loan of them does not tend tn Nail

i weaken the culprit, whereas the bee of kinds. It does the work both TlWaLTT18a ......., ..,,...,,, No.3 No.1 8TATIO5S.34pit ( No.2 NO./
... ... ...... Mims.,..,.,,..,,.,, d '
I"? I. au arm or flutter dues duty 1 law always o7p $ 50 1010. LY..H. 1 t V
S ......:... p 8inyrna..Ar| 'JJ|
aaasiuia Osteen ..,...
..,,,,., l
.
inside and It makes soft Line 4 81 .D.ake lelen 12 C0'
t' advocated! nu-mlicr for member forgetting out. The Great Through Car from Florida.-Connections: ...,,..,.. Enterprise.....,.,.... 11 DO a 49 1180 a .'". .. SS.J?
that of the olTeiine thepunlxhnieiit > 980aAr....,,,,.. ,. p a .Orsnaeclty. |11205
nn a repetition Hanford ,,..,....L.TH OOa
Atlantic 460 L21BDllT'T
be bones hard thin blood red TrilllA East via all rail. The Coast Line via Charleston Richmond p 114.S.Ar..Or.Cityo..Lv1140 j
Magutlae.I riiiinut. I't'P"lItl'.I.O'utlu.II" 1U111C Washington.. The Southern Hallway, via Savannah, Columbiaand f??!dik' ei P Sundayt Daily except Monday |IlSnndayolay.!
weak hollow Washington. not stop at stations opposite which no time Is shown.
lungs strong, These Time Table. show the times at which train. may be expected to arrive anc I'T*'*
I 10U KNOW A: nor from H tb..everal.tsnlone, but their arrival or departure at the limes stated Is not roars: ' places
OolnlUT hold Itrlf ul"*"*
when you. take drove's Tasteless Chill x, Tin' Montfcomery. The (southern R'y via Savannah Colombia therefro.Peninsular mthe tesponsible lee any delay or any consequence
i Tonic becnune the formula Is plainly terials aroused. in the patchingand and l hevllle. The MAO R'yvfs MontKomery.Trt .

printed on every bottle showing that It 1 Uhinigly the patches don't show the East Steamship Via Savannah and Ocean, S S Co., for New York and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.
; lion And Quinine In a tasteless IW Philadelphia and' Boston via Savannah .find :\lercbIDta.lIDen
} to.'m. No cure No |pay 0cts. through the new glow of health. Transportation Company) for Ualtlmoro. BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST AND IIA VANA.

To Key Went and Havana via Tort Tampa and Peninsular Occidental Steamships
Autlelpatlon No one has to wait his turn. To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edward' Island, via Oaatnn, and Canada, MIAMI-NASSAU. LINE.

lA "[)o"n't It nuke you the least bit envloxn it "cdrself'oui Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax\ llawkenbury and Charlottestown. Lv.Mlam.tfonaTbnr..' ... .Commencing... ..." January I 0,1000. .......COMa(
.
You do 0p Lv.NassauWeds.Bsta.. ...
I to sea< what elegant furniture can ) Ar.Kaaaan,TQs.Priii..........,......... lOOp I| Ar. Miami, Thurs.,Sans................. 4 _-I.
Mrs. Eye 1 la putting Into her house and the bottle. :JN".rEJ: : rL TOUJI.XSTS: TJ: :EJTS Commencing February t,looa.KaSt .

nest door'i" i tc--". ::: will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern, Western and Southern States to .Ar Lv. TSSirTSSi'. ...JI'11..8 9ate..e so.l|I Lv.Nassau. Tn.s. .Tbors.. Sats................... WpA maM
Ar. ....
"Not 1 bit : husband It will This Miami Wed. Prls.8una.
X a My says picture represent all FLORIDA KE.M1KTS:; via the Plant System, during the season of liiUl-1002 limited MIAMI-HAVANA
1 j 1 be Bold by the sheriff within six months :' the Trade Mark of !Scott'sEmulsion ; to return until Mar :3 1st, with liberal stop-over privileges In Florida. Commencing DIRECT LINE.

1 -nnd I'llIe there to buy."-Chicago ..It.... and la. on the Addresses< of parties in the north neat to the undersigned; will be liberally supplied r.-v.Mtsm1. Suea Tfeuri. ...............ii sLv.J'&no&.10011./ .H.yan. Tn.....rvte............. t2 I nilda
with all InformatlorKand handsome advertising matter. Ar.Havana, & .._........... I
Tribune. e :- k wrapper of every bottle. 600 P I .t.r.lIU.ml. W..d.,B.ca................. 6
t For Information AS to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to flUMI. KB'Sf WEST AND :HAVANA.
: ,w,' 1 Send for free mptcSCOTT Lv. ", !.do",Wfd..Fri. .............li pop L. .........9 WP
Rav.ns U"n..wed.-
<.8 7I- 'r & JlOW YE. F. M. Jolly Division. Passenger Agent. tt. Key Key w'sst.ewt.,Tue.Tne....,TbDra.FrI. 8UD..U.8a........... 110 00 p.Ar I .K.,. We.efine.. Wed.........,.,............ ,- P

I. << .'.? Voile 134 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville. Fla., Ar.EavanaW.d.BatMon ...;.::::::.. ai I Ar.Mlaml.Wed..FrLSon.Ly. K..Y' WUI.Tv. Thurs.,8.t.... .., .. > ._Pa
Pearl St, New
This signature Is on very box of the genwtee 409 W. \Are n ll w Passenger! Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga. For copy* LmaJ. Tlma Card address any Aecnl.
t Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets SOC:. and $i. all druggists.! lB. J. D. '
HAfTNiiiM .
B. DEN HAM General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. Aaat Gen Pwa. Agent ST. ATTatTSTHfB FLA.w
the remedy that" curse a coM In a.e day




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COAST ADVnrATK. MARCH 21, I9f2.TITUSVILXE. 7

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:DtAN: RIVER. :aO"J'EL" The World's- Famous Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio.

ON-THK-iyi: >IAN-RIVER.

TITUSVILLE,

FLORIDA. 4

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q sw J. U. BAST-, Proprietor V y I :: t


Zz DUCK SHOOTING

v f k r ,
i A' and FISHING. r
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...._ = :;;._ : :- :::::.. Rates: *:2.:>0 per day.
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$10 and $12 per week.

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HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE,'FLA. '



Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and renovated -

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. .

Rates *.i.JO( per day and upi; ,

13. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.
I

1 r't W- w y rriI

E EST IORELAND HOTEL, West Day JACKSONVILLE and Cedar Street, FLA.


American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened I "
t9- k
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water M' )
i r ;
y
B.itlis Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All r1 4 '

street' cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $20; per day. .
'
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor.
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lie n e Iindle3 l JACKSONVILLE 10 East Forsyth Street., FLA. Grand J/nm r.nt a nee. Ettxl And 1't "t. Kon.lt>.
South side. ot l'llt.ln-Bay Island ovei\looking/ the sire of Parry's Vlctoi'y. 18U: -Henpe the name. Hltuat. on the Mahout point In Lake Kilo, being eljthtyfeebaboye : )
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and frat-claes in all appointments. the water and live hun lied, feet from It. The largest and most handsomely luruUlied bUMMEIt! 1IOTKL In the Wculd.

I Center of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November lath;. Renowned for the iioel.il/ standing of Its patrons. for IU dimensions and magnificence for Its superb cnMuo and admirable nervier, for the lavish provisions for I

Cafe, November 19th. Rooms, one'person: one day, $1 and up; by the amusement of lu. guests. It Is universally acknowledged that It possesses the attributes Mint, appeal particular' peoplo-undoiiblod luxury aud comfort, and su*
and parlor appointments location ..n.lablluhHe absence of mos
week, 3.50 up. C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. and /grandest hotel on the Great Lakes.. The 8,0Ile.ulll. environments sue enchanting. conducive lest and comfort. '
> Why not spend your sunnier vacation>> hero there ? OileD| for soason UK.1) June |11I1.h.VII i want to semi' yon our miiirmh' foldri", lute caul, rand toiillmonUt book i

'T:' 3E NEW VICTORIA: : : Address" T. vp'. 1\I.IoOE'l.E.AE'W.: : Y. o-OX1 1"L\.1 J.Jn1'.ca01: ; !
After June let Ohio. 7''l:! Monroe I St.. Toledo, Ohio
Put-ln-Bay
; Cor. Main and Adams Streets., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -=- .
Everything peal; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths; free -- -- iMKIMCMT.: Att'rt'Itt'e l.l.uul.
1)AYTONA.The .
bus. Hates, American $:! to $3:European;_ rooms '75o: and upwards. Specialrates __ .'
\ RIVER
to commercial travelers. Hotel RiverviewU IVI'I\N .
R. BIXLER, Proprietor. Grand Atlantic DAY'/ONA, M Kit MIT, TLA." n

FLORIDA.DAY'lONA'S On Illicit fine Lund. Health, comfort nix) Ku>it. No better Huntingand !:
ST. AUOUSTIYE.ff I"IKhllllt'ln I Fluiidii. Sulphur /Swimming\ \ lh. Fine ynchtlng.
LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL. Now Open. J. J. WILKIMMJN: :: PiopiUtor.

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. OPEN ALL THE VT.AK. "
hotel ff o t 1 Magnolia 1'\ U OALLII.':.
Opened for the season of 11)02. .
Capacity, 200.\ Modem In all) Us appointments Large, unny looms llrttlis.

A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More ICoonis, Billiards. South icing: sun 1 Dirlois. Verandis and Uwns. Boating and fish- Hotel Granada EAU U Li.IE ,,'LA.I .

most of whIch have a Southern Kxposure.; They are newly and lug from pier In front of hoiiso. Semi for booklet. On Indian River
handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private JAS. A. JOHNSON: & SONS: Piopiletors.HAWKS I The Hotel Granada U located, nt Fan Gallle, Fla, IfU); mll.-s Mouth of JaiksonvllloiMt -
aa.tehuru ot the liulliin" River (
the tinvxrel'oil
\ touting, hunting and
twice Its for-
been enlarged to nearly
ItatliH. The dining room bas Hulling.. Matchless olliuai ).IOIII"h tar the IlIlIt..r giivstH, A first-elass, homelike *
mer size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an : I'AJCIC hotel. Rates $2,501o: .3.1111) |par, dew. ,hpuiiliil. ) rim- by month or neason
Expenditure of $ 0,000. A Bret-clnae. Orchestra will fuiulsu Open all the year. Address (Jf.EAHON II!COI'I., Eau IJalllH, Kin. ,
music twice dally. Rates $2.50 to $1.00 per day. ripetUl:! { weekly and _-- I

monthly Vates Special terms to parties, BAY VIEW HOUSE HAWKS PARK, ALA 1'lnN: .
PALMER & McDOWELL, Proprietors. ,
Goal, homo-llk$ and comfoi f.. ,.!nce. 1'ntronlzed by companionable peo' The
Netherby !
EDEN: On-ln.llan-Iilver FLA.
,
ple. Good table, home cnokinit. Fresh milk and Vt'llotuhIOIl. Warm and comfortable ,
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. front of hotel. ICntos low.V.M. .
Excellent from In
fishing
rooms. pier I
fLORID HOUSE One of the loveliest locations on 111I.rlyer. A modern Improvement.
\ TUNHTALL: Proprietor
.. The Old City nytheSua.'l'OURISTd' Hot stud. cold bullm' Sulphur. prll.r.. Excellent drinking water. !
AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.This - --- --- Plenty! of fruit and Ice. Fish, Oysters! and flush vpfitilnbleM In abund- !
JtOCJ'r.I'nOI:. anus, Northern co"kln1111I1..8/ handnomcly fiirnlkhvd, with all the .
popular house Is most centrally located. Has all modern Improvement com fori* of home, hosts 'I(1'.ln. stop at Itu.lonlltlon on the r 11
: Including STEAM HEAT. lias more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSUREthan plantation. J'lDPllppltt district, Mrs. M, A. CUHTIH!, Managar.
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hotel in town accommodates 2.:>0. t
any ; Hotel Indian KOCKLEDOK, FLA.
River WJHT I-AI.\! IIKACII.rALMlJ. 1
RATES : $:UIO to $3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates. l lI

F. HAYDEN, Manager ':
AND COTTAGES, NOW OPEN I THE :
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JUST TUB PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER.THE '
MAGNOLIA SPKINOS. HOME OF THE OUAVUK.!: A flrst-.,laiH" !homelike hotel located' 'm beautiful Lake Worth, opposite
Itoyal I'linclnnn. Near railroad! Html Ion and places of lnt.r..st. Special features, .
LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL I1EKE.ACCOMMODATIONS .
Comforr' Courteous attention luperlor table and service reasonable rates. ),
SPRINGS FLA.St. .
Magnolia 'Sp'fl'n'gs Hotel MAGNOLIA FOR BOO OUESFS. HOII.O thoroughly renovated. Under New Managemeat./ Experienced: white
( Johns River.) BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDE. wnltrossBM will have charge of the.dlnlng room. Good Fishing Hunting and
I Main Line Plant System and river steamers. 21: NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. Kontlng. Rates 11: to $3: per day. Mpvclal by the wfM'k. For further Information .
W miles Jacksonville by
south of Electrlo lights. Pure address.. : The Pulnm, West Palm (teach KU.'' J. C. S towers, Prop
Elevators.
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR, STEAM HEAT, LAUNCHES,
Shoot- -- -- -
spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, Fishing.!: ORCHESTRA, EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING and HUNTING.
Ing. Two swimming pools and Vapor Baths. $4.K per day. Special weekly
rates. O. D. 8EAVEV, Owner and Manager. A. L. MARSH Proprietor and Manager. HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PALM I1EAC1I, FLA.

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i[ -- r -- Uptolnte and modern In nil appointments, with large airy rooms which d
GREEN COVE SINKINGS. }.. 4} w13" lay egn3+ e:.--rf: + wt8 rfa 't -m will appeal to the comfort loving lourUts. Hlluiited directly opposite the
Royal I'olnrlanu, commanding a innguiIcont: / ( view up and down Lake Worth.'
The house. hits beun thoroughly renovated, and U notice new msnagement./
HOTEL h ST. .ELMO GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. .Plaza Hotel. Huperlor saline, with northern while waitresses. Hunting, Fishing Boating r
.. second to none iute, f t tu *.J per day. HpvoUl by the w.""k. Fur proll\\>e.,.
First-class respect Hot Sulphur Baths. tus and Information apply to .1. c. HUMMERS/ : Prop
Coder new management./ every .
INDIAN RIVER F1a. -- - -- -- -- -- -- -
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Hotel located near Famous Sulphur Spring Rates, *3 per day. Special rate XToolSLlodSTO, l-Af.U InACII.

by the week. Write for folder. GEO. L. WRIGHT, JR., Prop. -- -
"THE GREAT ORANGE: GROVE
Summer House: "The Mountvert," Mlddlotown Springs, Vt. RESORT OF FLORIDA." [ Everybody Tho
-- Goes to..' The Palm I Beach Largest Hotel

SKAIJKII/I: :. I A handsome modern hotel, located on the inks of tile famous Indian Next to fn the World. J.
_ River, In the midst of an !8O-acre b".rlnaraDlte grove Steam heat In
every room, suites with bath ; filtered rainwater; location conceded by lUtos "'.1111 per day and up. Special monthly y
Clarendon I Inn everyone the be..r. In Huckledgn: ; Kunt: Const Hallway depot In tile hotel Room '*.
Hotel Colonnades. vrth| or without private bnth. Located next :
.. ground Oranges free to the guests.' Liberal management and rates. x-S '
Accommodations. for 2 On-The-Rlver. On-The-Ocean. M. II. PECK, Mansger. d overlooking tropical I.akeforth.. Close to ocean I t

Rates. *:1.80 per day and up $17.30; ( to Rates, *2.50 per day to $3. 11.00 to Summer Ile. sort-Th. New Arlington .......,, )..,......,, Mich. beading r.. .( and all ilia other attraction and sports of this most
1331' per week and up.unsurpassed. $17..">0 per week. "sorter the Or.... Lskas. Open Jun. In Uutober. J33 l lJ \ 7f! popular winter resort In the wOII,'. Our porter
Furnace Heat. Up-to- v with bicycle chairs meet all train Polnclnna
aL station.
( UIHlue In any hotel in Electric Lights r.J Ej ] i-'j CT gj V=- t.'K&b
Florida' date house. .. t Splendid fishing nod shooting ,
Steam, Heat. Electric Lights, Best of For those desiring the Sea, the Claren --- eLJ4lTN CHAM. A. STONE, Manaicer, '
In Florida. ei+l s.le Assist
Service, don Inn has the finest location
NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL KOO'KLEDOE, FLA. .rJ. I'alm IJeacb, Florida.
after the lath of January. .
Orchestra at both houses -- --- --- -------
Take train to Daytona, then 'Bus across the river to the botel" OPENED ON DECEMBER 11.
POST dr GILL; 3huagerl. Beach: Club Cafe. '

Situated on the banks of the famous Indian: River, In the heart of the orange
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COKOXADO ICJI.. raising district. Good bunting; unexcelled fishing; ao.l. flint-class orchestra. (Incorporated.)

- Room. en suite with bath. Steam beat. Livery launches and boats. Adjoining ground* of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Bench, on the north. !

Newell's CORONADO BEACH, FLA. Rates .iJ>0 per day and upward ft peel a I weekly rates until January :20th.ILP.b'HAREH .
> Seaside Hotel, (One of the finest beaches the world) : & MON, Proprietors.See Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
minutes '
Ft.e
1 nder new management. Thoroughly repaired and, renovated. the Court .
Jrfound. on -- -- -- -- -----
lI.hlnlC --- -- - Flrat-ClM Cuisine and
Chef Service.
walk; to :North Indian) River' brldge-tbe fine.t Pavilion facing the Oceao. -

pleasant Surf bathing winter every home month at in reasonable the year.rates Large for Sun those who ae are New io Smyrn search of depot.p rest., hotel advertisements on 6th page. . Private: ; l)1n.1n.S ParJ.01.S: .

health and plea llre. Hotel wagonette meet HERBERT all| trains L. LEGO, Manager Orders received for DIDDerI'attJe any umber at all hours.EAST .
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:'? FLORIDA Visitors areinvltedl Eau Gallie. Robbing & Graham Go.Incorporated. : :EJ: X- :ae.:: .. ...D_ d SRO

b> <"-. to the Jewelry and Soave:!( ilr shops. of the -DEALERS IN- -

I oa; W c Welcome rains during the past week. ( .) ? GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODlIf

Bishop Grey, of South Florida, was PAID UP CAPITAL $. ,OOO.OO.
We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We
E. Sunday are agents for AIAPES F- .
the guest of J. M. Hodgson on *
Jacksonville 41 I W. Bay tt.It.t Augustine /; t.MI.sel. Thin company owns We deal exclusively: in the above line of goods and solicit the tradi ''"
In the Alcazar; Palm Beach the rotunda era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries deliverml
of the Polnolana; Miami, the rotunda Mime of Bonaventure; and L .A.. T :c s., E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITCSVII.i rS.
of Royal, Palm; Nassau, rotundaof Dasher, of Valdosta, Oa., left for their '
tbe Colonial Hotel. respective homes on Tuesday last in the Indian River( Country; On the St. -

The steamer Kathleen, Hodgson Bros Lucie Klver; at New River and on Bay CARROLL: :

owners, Is having a new boiler placed Into jCQ114.
cult the times.
prices to
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH, If you have ECZEMA\ PIMPLES, CATARRH ., position, giving this vessel Increased tilscayne. ,
Send for Land Lint. -Dealer In-
DIPIITHEBIA Sore Throat power. .
,
Brewing Asso's. or any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN" Miss A. Florence Hodgson entertainedon Offices at Tltusvllle,and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETABll
Monday\ evening last In honor of her
r PaiDoim St.Loiiln Keg Anti Hot- COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR Is a guaranteed friends, the Misses Mime\ of Bonaven- OKO. 1\(. KOBBIN9 F. A. MORGAN.President. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage ""? ed 11TITUSVILLE.
.
cure. turoj.and; Dasher, of Valdpsta, Go. Actuary. FLORIDA.

it nod JloOlr.) For Sale byT. Archdeacon Brown and wife returned -- '-- -- .- ----
T. and Brevard Abstract of( Title Co.
Sold by Meura.7.A.Ixwley to Tltusvllle after a pleasant week among ,
r R. L. :lrotlow,Tituevllle,rl.. ]3. SOn.E"V.JDN': friends at this place. While here they WILL FURNISHAbistracts INDIAN RIVER ICETITUSVILLE FACTORY,

+ By Mr. H.I.Motlow, Cuoou Fla. DRUGGIST. were the guests of Mrs. I. G. Gilbert.
of Title FLA.
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Mr. and wife of Olean :N. Y.
Sibley ,
la prepared to furnish Ice In quantity-Sacked Or loose.
JOSEPHZAPFSole left for home on Tuesday last after a -roil LANDS IN- any Sneciiipaid :. u ten

-- most enjoyable visit In Eat Gallle, wbere Brevard County. sacking for Yachts or for family nee.. Fair dealing is my romi.?.

I f Agent. NEPTUNE AT ORMOND.One they have made many friends during T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor
their stay Office under Law Office of

r 010 to 020 Went Buy Street, of our Ormond correspondents Tile Right Rev. Bishop Win. Crane OEO. M. ROBBINS
I } says Ormond Beach abounds strange Grey of Orlando held services In St. TlTUSVILLK! -. Fr.A. it
j; I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sights tills .season. Several monster Johns church on Sunday evening last. Is Important To You.

t Ill /Hull have come visitor ashore among, the them most being distinguished The Interested church congregation.was filled with a large and East Coast Meat Market ,

TOGNI'S. the Khlnodon Typlcus, the skin and
Capt. Sytnraonda, formerly of Georgl-/; .
O. F. DUREN, Agent.
skull of which is now In the Smithson!
has
RETREAT. ian Institute, the only two( similar Eau ana, Oallie purchased, and will the make Kltchell this his home home In 53 Where shall I buy my furniture ? You isk yourself, because It ]i- "po

specimens in the world being In the for the winter. We extend hearty c::> ant. Furniture is not bought for a single season.

c : Choice British museum and the Sard In des welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Symmonds.The tra- --. Before deciding see the stock, the display, the prices lie-re. It's t tit, \\'alii'
l'lanti-8 ryo
at Paris.
+ kind all the through. Save regrets by taking our advice N>>\ .' ,
w I iWlnes, Liquors The next arrival from the deep was Chautauqua concerts and entertainments : tyvy way >r -.iici

l ., and Clears... at first taken for Neptune himself. A wore a source of !ureat pleasure J>> time as this. Never such a place AS here!' to suit your requirements
number! of the girls from the Ormond to Eau Gallle's guests and citizens = .
Guaranteed Pure. were In bathing, when, looking out to and W. T. Walls hs l entitled to the thanks e.

sea, there appeared the*form of an aged of the community for his large share In John R Walker &. Co. Titusvillc Fla.
John B. Togni man: with long, (lowing beard, floating providing such a treat for the East Coastof Ce' ,
the incoming swells. Florida. >' :> '
upon ( The aston
4 No. 105 East Bay Street, Corner Ocean. jutted", bathers were ajmosd ready to run Misses Rose and Nelda Rochsler will = e:> fry> Goods, Shoes Millinery, Notions-Anything)lelL want.Whaler's .

Near the old stand. from the water and take refuge behind R.1. y
I.J entertain on Friday evening of this weekin ua .
the beach ridge but curiosity! end Mm = /
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. the Avllah This Is farewell
rooms. a
of.chit l ; I;; TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
e presence male companions" in gathering for bliss Harriet Bench, of ,
- ---- -- dared them to await
I the
landing of his Buffalo, who will leave for home earlythe
majesty/landed If so It might be. Prince Henry coming week. Miss Beach will leavea Jewelry Store.
East End Cafe
having
eWAr. should on the Northern shore, blank In Eau Gallle not easllyLfilled,
why not King
Neptune land
on but we hope to see her here next oeaaon.
the Ormond shore As he came nearer

j. IIOBAN, Prop'r however, no trident was observed ; still A jolly party visited' the beach this Watches] Clocks] Silverware Et
:
M he !seemed! as perfectly at home in the week In the boats Alice and Lizzie, and Jewelry, <
'f Wines Liquors and Cigars. water aa if It were his natural element, among the ladles who formed the party

and It not a regular citizen of the deep, were: Mesdamos E. W Htickney, Can. r SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
ANIfAl'ftEH-BUSClf lIKEn A SPECIAL/TV. he certainly belonged to its floating field, Slbley, Colby, Clark; Misses Cuon,
.}, population. Curiosity deepened as the Rochsler Beach, Stick ney, Hodgson, and Jewelry., All work warranted for 12 months.
Put> of town orders given prompt atten water shouled. Presently the surprise Mime, Dasher and a huge party of
MalI Orders will receive and careful attention.
53T prompt
tion. Jug trade a specialty and somewhat to the rellef!' of all, gentlemen. Several: of the ladies Indulged
this new "old man of the sea", stood up In a plunge In the surf ere'their return '
TITUSVILLE. FLORID
F KJ-FURN1SIIKD: ROOMS.. and was recognized as a worthy citizen to Eau Gallle.

oj Ormond, Air. G. O. Chapman, who Is Mrs. C. Alnesworth entertained her

Cor. Bay and Catherine Sis, a man of eighty-two years and who friends on Monday last, In honor of her

''rt Jacksonville has thin wonderful power of oflatlng guest Mrs. Iven, of Grand Rapids. The
Florida.
for almost Indefinite
an
period.
decorated with
rooms were tastefully Attention !
Bathing receiving a new impetus roses, vines and cedar blooms. Carrels, Special
among the young ladies as they reasonif recitations, ero., followed by a dainty THE YKAK8 TO COME
Hodgson Bros. men are liable to float ashore here
about 11 to close
brought a
upper pm.
at any time, some of them may be this very delightful/; evenlug. About :'H) have no terrors for the well insured man. I -G1VW1* :TO MAIL. ORDERS FOR-

EAU GAT.LIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. younger. I(uests were present. It Is hoped Mvenlye. .. He I Is secure In the knowledge that whatever '

ii Marine Railway [ will stay some time with us. happens his family Is well providedfor. Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glassware

I 1 DECISION IN FISH CASE.At The "Princess" carried an excursion And the cost of this seourlty Is

.general Merchants and Ship Chandler] party to the ocean beach on Friday even- really very small. Our rates on Harness and Stoves.

,.Special Faculties., of the log last, attending the Chautauqua con I
et a special sitting County I X&1fo: XI1'11r: J:1..0e.: : .
Judge's court in and for Brevard county curt at Melbourne, and returning to Eau ,'CP"Our; Stock Is Complete.and Wo Can Fill Orders Promptly]
tor \ Out and
Hauling Storing Repairing Florida, on the 18th day of March, 1002: Gallle on Saturday. Among the ladles are moderate and by taklngfout em polloyat '

.. Yachts and Launches. In the cane of the State of Florida va R. in the party were: Mm. L G. Gilbert, an early age the benefits are greater
G. Hardee A. D. Sirs B. F. Brown; the Misses Roobsler,, Jas. Fritchiard & Son.Pt
Mention the .AnvoOAfK when writing. by Penny, judge (of Eliza and premiums lower.I:3CIIUYJ.ER c .
said court Stickney, Florence Hodgson, liar
ilet Beach Nelda Rochsler Messrs.\ J. : dIJ :BRANNINO
After hearing the law and the argument Boat ai9
:E3:. C.E3.A."V"EJN": : In said oouse. It Is decided that the A. Gilbert, II. U. and J. E...M. Hodgaon TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
a ,- special law for Brevard county for the and :E. W. Slick ney, were also on board. Correspondence Invited. Tit'cri1.e' ::E="' OJida.

r Artesian Well Contractor proservatlon of food fishes, an enacted by

f the legislature of 1001, prohibits the use CHURCH NOTICES.Rev. -- .-
of haul and drag nets at any and all seasons -
..Dealer In..
Ii r of the in the Sebastian river In
year SE:: I> S
Aermotors, ,Tanks and Pumping so far as the boundaries of Brevard ooun- J. A. IIughe will preach, next __
Machinery. ty extend l but that Chapter fiODO! of his Sunday, at the Rockledae Chapel! at 11 I

DeLAND, FLORIDA. Acts of the Leglxlatmo for the year A. a. m., wild at the Piesbyterian church ONION--White' and Red Bermuda.GENUINE .
D. UKU, is not violated, when Gill Net TltiiHvllle, at 7:1ip.. n*. Sttixlity school

;! 'I/ are uII".lln, the oidinary way, provided at 0:45m.., and Young Peoples Society
_ ,; VISIT The moat Peotl"ar and intercut- tho muHhva, are not "lens than three and of Christian. Endeavor!: at 3iW: p. m.

|log( sight jn America one hair Inches, thut Is to say which Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Imported Stock, Just lieceived. Finest Strains oC Garden Seeds.

; : THE FLORIDA shall have a bar of not "less than one divine service on Sunday, M.iruh 211: ,. In 864 Florida] Seed Rye and 1)0) Day Outs. Geoiigiai Bye. Texas Oats.. Barley.mrSeDd .
) and thl'ee-quarterslnches. It Is further St. PaulV, ICden-Tlbbal, at )II a.m., and / i87
decided that the statutes above mentioned at All Saints, W veiand-Jonseoat3p."m. :; lop Catalogue.
Ostrich Farm Co. does not annul or repeal the general Also, beginning/; with TuesdayMarch :25,

i: state law. relative.to' olosed seasons, at 4 p. m., every dIY in Holy Week InSt. CAMERON.. The Seed Store.: .
; as laid down In the 8tatute. Tho above .
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t i Gabriel'sTituavllle. Further notice : < '
JACKSONVILLE. .,;, :f-40"" ':'" ''"''''_'li' : )2Ii East FLA.
decision applies only to fishing In the as to service and l.hours will be given :, Bay Street JACKSONVILLE,
Sebastian river. from the chancel. ..- ,. / .%t :! :
: yp-/ A, D. PENNEY, Judge > < I.._. -
ESTABLISHED.: W1O.
iIIpt
GOOD NEWS FOR SEBASTIAN. WITH THE NEW YEAJC
'r
MAJOR M. GOLDSMITH.
} open up one of my bottles of

i R The Cincinnati Farm and Ball"a,.. OLD WINE OR WHISKEYand M. Lane & Son
It is no longer!' M.( (Goldsmith, Esq.,
I drink health
I to the and prosperity of
It' 4// but Major M. Goldsmith, as the follow The ADVOCATE'* New York correspondent ,
.
I friend and self during the
il't.f {: lug letter will show; wiltes us that the Russell estate year. _
These goods are pure and whol .ome.
of 113,000]: ) acres of land at and near
: Major 11. fJoMtmith, Titutritte, Fln.f Sebastian' Indian River, has boen divide Unexcelled for richness,.strength and 250( WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YCaiL .
: ed timer heirs and that the Clnclnnalun j Ilttvov.Right''' .
I have the honor to Inform you that among -
f ": General Law hits appointed you Assist Karma lanrt owned bv the Russell for health and hospitality.
% ant Judge/; Advocate' General on his f..mllyVIII. shortly be colonized by ROOT. L. MOTl'LOW, Southern Fruit and Produce

staff with the rank of Major to date Salvation:: Army people. TITUaVILLE. and COCOA. FLA.
from February IMth, 100J:!, and desire to It Is also contemplated to build a railroad

; express my\ pleasure at the appointment through this big tract of land to Comm3tisiozz.: : Merohan.t:: :
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: and to assure you of a hearty Tampa.If L. A. Hiltlrctli
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tl'l $ t welcome to the staff. the above scheme Is successfully ,
SPECIALTIES : ORANGES: AND GRAPEFRUIT. SteBcils Cards. and out
carried out, It will be of considerable ,
Your8.vt'ry truly, ]Dealer in Foreign and. Domestic Brands ]
benefit to Sebastian and neighborhood.
\ I .'KXD. I.. ROBKKTS, quotations furnished on application,
...of .
Adj't. (,ell. and Chief of Staff.Tallahassee -
':'" -t.::
,I -= Fin. Mnionlo Mmtlng.! '
.; \ "'""" =-=- :.. The above appointment from Ram Brandies Whiskeys Gins
comes
,.-:-:--- ---- = I Tha 0...... EBtabllsheil: Grain uul. Saatl House In Ua State
the United Conredt'rate"ett'rallll, and
-- -oC-- A regular communication of Indian
) L -- """'"'7. 7 Is quite an honor to our worthy towns River Lodge No) IK), was held In their Wines Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout.
rl t man. We congratulate .Major 001<1. lodge-room Tituavllle,on Friday eveninglast + YgY1tf -
I Notrly HIM, )(rlK ntlo!lilr.U tamlinit 8 to to test smith\ and hope he may long live to when the degree of Master! Mason The best whiskey and liquors served by xr:t'Xl.: : A. Sours:: c L Co.

rI IIWCA highwelgldng2a1toesl'otmd.eaon.ears:' o.irlrlieii/( .'ittiug'\ and belly otrlehBs O.tri"'h wl'lIl'the laurel was conferred upon one of our prominent polite and courteous attention.A .
r jnit Imtvheil.iluMuaeitoiirt. townsmen, who enjoyed the goat rideim- '
ij f. riltur. through the farm, ..*. CANAVERAL CLUB. mensely. At the closing of the Lodge first class line of foreign GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
'" I l Ulnlni 1.lu..II.o.. all about Clio l birds, thou Qiuts, hublu. refreshments of sandwiches !and coffee and domestic cigars. ,

I eto., were liberally supplied and
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The Canaveral Clubhouse, at Cbcste clfRr8. Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
Urn'IIIIC'. to their respective homes FAMILV and HOTEL TRADE Solicited
;, Shoals, opened for the second l limit this PUHIJU"'MIIXSar.
about 11 o'clock
m.
f season, Su, urtl'lyl'llIt.' under the superln- p. Prompt and careful attention givento LOOTS. MO. 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Drayingorhnolingof all kinds
promptly tendency of Mr. J. G. liasq 1\1I heretofore.
'1 1, attended to. Meets all trains. Stove At a recent meeting of the executive lIot..I1\(811 to Meet. mall orders, accompanied by cash.L. .\gts.; rot rurmna. Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A, L. R'y and PUnt Sy te n l.

I wood supplied. It decided,
committee, In lltmton. was tore
ALFRED IlADLF.V, TltUSvillo.Clotlilng : week The twenty-third annual re-union of A. HILDRETH,
-opentbeClubhousefort ors); .
the HotelIen'e! Mutual Benefit Avsoclatlon
Cle'nucd. I and nn Saturday last General Stephen M. to be held at Palm Beach on Tues FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. : The Nation's
Dyed, Weld Mr. Iluonewell, Master Arnold
be In
r, llunnewell IIndIIS'\ Louise Hunnowell day next March 25th, promises to "San Mateo"
Of attendance and one
point enjoyment
Vremit'cl and JJomlreil. Ladies'dresacs arrived In Tltusvllle, from Boston, and
] of the most successful if not tbe most Learn to Write Well Best .
a apeclalty.. Address, after dinner at the Indian River hotel, successful that the association baa yet Cigar.Why
M SAM PKHKINS sailed off for Chester Shoals, where' they held..
Magnolia: Avenue and Utu Street: lave been all the week, until yesterday For 25 cents. till
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t P.O. Uo* :2./:\;). Sanford, Fla. when the Clubhouse again cloned andthe "
Dade Land For Sale.
County
: above guests are expected over to A small mechanical device just I invented
by a Professor In Ueldleburg Germany r10rldzt.
Titunvtlla when will leave
today, they
Honey for Sale.
For sale cheap the northeast
quarterof
,
for the Royal 1'olnclanii, Palm Beach. makes the poorest penman a Why buy Imported cigars made from >tb
h d southeast quarter of section 3\ township splendid writer In a few days. heavy tropical tobacco, doctored w
New crop. Pure Pennyroyal Honey. 38, south of range 41 east; close to I Endorsed by prominent College Preil- opium and other drugs when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent}
t 1'5: gallon barrels, I OOcts per gallon. Senator Qua;'. Friend U !>..
10 la tins (6\cts": St Lucle River; 40 acres I oa and Europe. Send postpaid FREE BY MAIL

(Sample by mall, Z\ctlll. On Friday last, at Philadelphia, Chaa. Also the northeast quarter of nortb-I. ceipt of 33; cents In coin or stamp8.on. tI\'e re TO ANY} Bu1Iof23.: ... .. ... ... .. ... '1.00
J. E. Fui.T4. E. Voorbees ex-member of the Pennsylvania east quarter of section 13, township 38, whether for man, woman child. ADDRESS..... .1.75s.
BOX .
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south south of
died east
a Legislature, of pneumonia. range ;41 ; on Agent wanted on salary or 4ommlMlon.
He was an old friend of Senator Matt. S.,, St. Luole River; 40 acres. Apply to
rr Reading notice ads. on this page Quay and was secretary: of the Republican -I CIIAS.! II. WALTOX, EDUCATIONAL. MFG. CO. W.SAN eO'-'VIE: : ,

are ttve cent per Hue per week. National Committee to 1838. I Titusvllle Fla 110 S. 4th St Philadelphia, r*. MATEO
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