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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NEWS FOR FIXE DENTAL WORK GO TO SAM PERKINS Sanford Is Dyeing. -Capt. J. O. Walton' furnished cot. -Mr. T. F. Nevlns, of Brooklyn N AMONG THE HOTELS.

Dr. Dodson near Indian River hotel. OUR SPECIAL DEPARTMENT.: IS tage for rent. Apply at this oflloe. Y., has arrived at Men lit.

nl Topics of General Interest. -Mr. T. G. Ronald, of Lotus was a our whole store John R. Walker& Co. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE In South BUY YOUR LUMBER AT DUPONT Jolly times are being Indulged In by
pleasant caller at this office on Monday. TltUHvllle for tfUO.OO.( Apply to R. L. & MUldleton's and save frolghu.Mr .. the guests of the Clarendon Inn and
-Capt. C. F. Fischer has returned to
THE ADVOCATE, Master Howard Snclllng Newark, town after spending several weeks at Motlow, Tltusvllle Fla.Mrs. Marvin Thorn, of Cocoa ten ColoaniideH.

50 annum In ad vance. N. J., shot a duck on Tuesday, but his Rockledge.Mrs.} Louis llolman of Pablo Beach here Wednesday morning, for Tampa. We understand that Hotel Plaza
1, per
six months .. Huh catch has not been so good of late.HANCOCK'S was a guest of Mrs. R. K. Pylos, this Rooklodgo, will keep open until about!
1100 I R. r.. Motlow who bas been ill -Mr. S. E, Rice expects to leave hero,
countries. week. She her to !Sanford.We : tho first or second week In April.
was on :
,ioo per an. to foreign LIQUID SULPHUR cures with la grippe, is able to be out again/ to way Sunday, for Miami on a tour of Inspoo*
When you subscribe for the ADVO- all\ blood and skin disease For sale by the delight of her husband and friends.Dr. are sorry to learn County Clerk lion Hotel Ormond said to Lave been full

III by the year, It does not cost you J. B.Screven, druggist, Titusvilto, Fla. and Mrs C. II. MoFarland ofUhrtchvllle A. A. Stewart I Is on tile sick list, but we -Lieut. Hugh T.. Wllloughby, of Newport to overflowing/ of lato. Tho hiving bas

cents per week postage Included. -Miss Margaret Riley, of Boston, has 0., are still enjoying ,the hope to see him around again ere long. It I., who hall been hunting and boon delightful, and oarilagos have been

been enjoying a prolonged visit at Hotel hospitalities of the New Rookledge hotel OCALA I.AUNDRY-BRAket will leave Hulling along the lower East< Coast, join. at a premium.

:r Reading( notice ads. are ten cents Plaza, Rockleclge, with which she is very Rockledge.A Mlmn lilacksmlth Shop every Monday ed his family at the Alomar, St. Augustine Hotel Duval, WWmorelaml, the New

III neon this page. much pleased. rooming, E. MATTIIKWH: Agent time first of the week, Victoria and, Windle, Jacksonville, are
Seminole Indian named Billy Bow-
Sam Perkins Sanford cleans clothes. -Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blakesleo, after legs, hone home IK In the Everglades, -Mr. Ernest Vaiilandingham book- Mr. mid Mrs. Edwin! M. Brown all doing/ a tlomUhlntf time tourist bIlRlo"...
Rend their ads, In A VOCMTIC,
W. Bruner, of Georglana, want'caller spending the winter at their place at waa In town Tuesday aud told us he keeper for the Bond Lumber Co., made prominent runldunts of Harrison. N. Y.,
.jtr J. at this office on Tuesday. Rockledte, have left for their home in came up to buy a wagon. a trip to Kurt Pierce the first of the after an enjoyable| visit of several weeks Mr. Roy P. Barker, tho genial chief +
New Haven, Conn. week. at Kncklerigo, have gone to the Colon. oINk of tho Claiotidon Inn, Suikbreeze.was
_Today!! Is Good Friday when good -Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Smith and son, nudes, Soitbieeze, for awhile. The ADVOCATK a 1 passenger on Tuesday' sontbnunitrain
-There will be of Friendship
supposed not to eat meat. -Mrs. P. H. McLaughlin of Brooklyn, Mr. F. Vernon Smith, who have been a meeting follows.Mr. en route to Kockledge and Palm
: ubollo are N. Y., still remains a guest of the New spending tile winter In Tltusvllle and \St.: Chapter No. 11, Kastorn Star, at each business and
!-The Cable Company manufacturers Hockledge hotel, Rockleclge, where she Augustine left tbe latter place on Monday the Chapter-rnom, Tltuvllle, on Tuesday Wesley Bowen of Philadelphia, on a |>luaiture trip.
.'(piinos and organs has an ad In this seems to have a hoes fl'lends.Mlsg en route to Charleston and their afternoon next at 3'IO:: o'olock.I a guest of the new Rookledgo hotel, I I. The I'alm Bunch hotel, Into bo kept!

sue, Read it. homo in PalrayiR N. Y, -Mr. E, T.. Drsdy left here Wednesday still making good Owl catches all well us open until tho lint of May, to nt'oommo-
Daisy Brady after spending a
enjoying trips from. Rockludge to MorelttsIsland demo those. who wish to extend their may
;r-Mr.henry, Bradley, of Potomac, Md., few weeks very pleasantly at Miami, has. -Mrs. F. J. Simmons and her charm for hummel"Id, Ala.. upon receiptof fiom which place he Itonel ally returns until that titan, and roullxe what the
'returned home after a pleasant visit been enjoying a visit with her uncle and ing'daughter Miss Edith Simmons, of a telegram/ that. his brother lefty well loaded with bouquet of beautiful spring month are In this beautiful climate

;,iBocklcdga.Tlie aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hendry, of Detroit, Mich., after spending a (ew Brady was at point of death. roses and other flowers, a* well as ,

' large amouqt of correspondence Fort Pierce this week. months at Rockledge, are now guests of -Mr. L F. Pettee and family, of New oranges Sea bathing Is Indulged In to a groat
. baa crowded out nearly all our I the Magnolia hotel, St. Augustine where York who have boon themselves .
,ill week enjoying
-Mrs. Elizabeth M. Godfiey of Hope -Mr. I.. F. lorry of Lynnfleld Cen- extent theno warm, pleaant morning atMeabreoBe
Mr. Simmons will them.
kiloriala.Slr. Valley, R. I., who recently purchased soon join Immensely at their winter homo at ter, Maim who has been on a visit to the regular bathing hours be-i

!- B. F. Hull a prominent mer- some property at llortl, on Banana river -Attorneys Geo. M. Robbins, of Tltusvllle Rockledge, loft for their northern home Miami, l'aim Uoach and Rctukledge, was I lag from 1J to 14 n. m The notch, of the
inut and truck gardener of Jensen, was left here, Friday afternoon loaf, for Eau and M. L. Patterson of the firm of ;yesterday.Col among Mondav'snorthbouncl passengers, Clarendon Inn I Is a delightful place on .

..iTitusvillo\ last !Saturday.Take : Gallla en route to her future home Graham it Patterson Miami were !In and Mrs Goo. A. Cantlne aftera on route to St. Augustine, Savannah which to sit and watch tho bathers sporty i \,

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hutchlnson, who Orlando the first of the week, attending visit of some Weeks at Ruckletlge\. have Charleston and other places. While at lug about In tho surf. I
I of the date of expiration .
- note to a law case before Judge M. S. Jones, been in Charleston for awhile. They are !Miami he made some big catches. of king I I'
lub8ol'lptlon which pasted upon have been on a delightful cruise on (board !Mr, Sidney Maddox! of tho Pnlm Reach ;
II,paper our or wrapper every week their houseboat, ictiiinod to Tltusvllle In of Orlando.Mr.Tltusvllle. who baa been holding court now on the way to their home at Newburg tlsh-more than lie ever did before In hotel Palm Itonch U oootompl itlug the

; on Monday. They cruised an far south N. Y. ote day. erection' of a large swimming pool In the

-Archdonoon Brown will hold service9t.Gsbriel' as Palm Beach and. had a glorious timeon and Mrs. Bellls, of tbe Hellls -Mr. J. (I. Best I III going to give the -Mr*, Chaa. It Jefferson, a charming lake fronting bill now hotel. This will +
; church Tltusvllle, next the trip. house, Berlin, WIs are guests of Hotel children of ']Tltusvllle treat'on !Sunday and well known society lender, who has prove attractive, a* the lake is I salt water
''iiday', morning; also In the evening at -Sir Chas. Cust and Sir Edward Cole- Plaza, Rockledge, where they expect to afternoon-Easter Sunday-when he will been enjoying the winter at lobe Sound, and will give those person who want
bailie. remain few for' will leave, to-day, for Ormond, where chance for good swim I
a days longer ere leaving present them with hoe cream,cake Easter: quiet bathing a
broke of London England after having
' will visit her mother and sister for
-Mr. J. P. Wilson was out one day excellent sport for a few weeks hauling St. Augustine and Charleston en!' loute eggs, week Tho
4 week with his camera.,. and took log in the fish at Palm Beach and Miami, home. 'I'lleyare much pleased with the lawn fete on the grounds of the Indian three will or four much her departure for the Inline of visitor ho continued In a

i pictures of some bird dogs belong- left for !St.: Augustine and other points, Plaza and Its general surroundings.Mr. River hotel she was popular.regret Mrs. Jefferson toady stream to Daytona and Haabreese: ,

jtoMr. Budlnot Pritchard.Take having paused through Tltusvllle on Sat- E. F. Cooley, of Lansing, Mich., / -Mr. Fred Keith of Detroit Mich., and will probably very loin the merry dancersat but the tide of travel has changed; for

- note of the ad. of Oetgen & urday 'last. who, has been enjoying a delightful; cruise. ha purchased the yawl Salina from Rev.J. Hotel Ormoud to-morrow night the train have boon bringing crowd up i

lien, commission merchants on our' Mr.* and Mrs. L. W. Halle and four along the East Coast on board Ms fine A. Hughes.. !Mr. Keith bas had the from the East Coast resort northward
h palle. They are soliciting a share of children- arrived In town the first of the auxilllary launch Keeweenan lias returned boat put In Capt SlmouHon's ore for -Prot, James Gresham, an analytical bound who are stopping to viU| \ these!

ir fruit and vegetables. weck ,\nd are nowcoufortablydomiciled hpme, just In time to get a sniff the summer. Next winter, Mr. Keith expert from Brooklyn N. Y., who has attractive resorts
of snow and Ice. Ilia boat Is now laid' been on a trip to Miami, topped over '
with his wife and daughter will online
-Mr. R. L. Griffith of Providence, R. In the Burns cottage/ on Washington up on Nelson's way until the arrival of on Indian River from Wednesday until Thursday, when Next week promise to bo n guy one afar '
still keeps busily employed hauling In avenue. Mr. Haile'willassist Capt. Fred Mr. Cooley next wlnter.t bo left for the Florida house, bt. A tag.ustlue. a* dunce and entertainment are con
fish at Knckledge where he baa made Scoble In the management of Mr. Geo. I -Mr, and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, o( Prof ilresham Is not only the cerned, at the Casino, St. Augustine
no fine catches of late. In companyth \V. Sc ble'8 fish business, while tbe lat- -Next Sunday evening Rev. J. A. Richmond Va., guests of Hotel Plaza Inventor of a powerful explosive: mad The military ball In the Casino will bo M

F. J. Simmons.I ter Is In Connecticut with his wife and Hughes will preach his last sermon as Rockledge will probably l leave! for Sea, from bran, but says he olin make a better great evont. Governor Jennings and his
daughter pastor of the Tltusvllle Presbyterian breeze this week, much to the regret of brick than Is now on the market from tuff will attend and military men of
"I il'N'D-At the bead of Indian River -Mr. ;J. G. Bennett and his sister church. A cordial Invitation Is extend: their many friends Rockledge!( where Florida sand, and sell It for about .'.//10 prominence from other part of tile state
in\ 18ft row boat, with two pair of oars ed to all to be Mr. Ilugbea and will be There will be
present. something
; present
Miss Bennett who have been guests of they have been all the winter. Mr. Allan per 1,01)0.) He showed some samples,
icd one pair of oarlocks. Owner can will join !Ir. and Mrs. Geo. W. night In the week the
the New I Kockledge hotel, Rockledge all family bas made some big .catches of fish this yesterday, and they certainly are very doing every nt
!redeem the to II. A. ,
same by applying Wednesday Scobio and daughter, their trip to thenortblel'i'lng'J'Ullltvllleabout Casino\ and will bo known w Jjustor
the winter passed through here Jlnt'lleelmen8.
';ampbell, Clifton Fla. April Till. season.Two
on their way to their home In New negroes, Charlie McCoy and snJ Week.
-Mr, Robert W. Parson, second vice- Yoik. They have a host of leads on Editor Geo. Jennings, of the New Jim ChiUliolm! broku IutouJ14'W Gibson's I Mm. JI. A. Hiirngue daughter The Now ttocllmlgo botftl, Rooktetlgo,
Miss: Edna Merge of New Yoik regular
widen, of the F. E. C. R'v., of Miami, Indian River, who alway" anxiously look York Fishing. : Gazette, returned here restaurant, Saturday( night and time Fast who lave the l 1/lIIt dance of tho season on
, winter visitors to > Count,
,I his slitter, Mrs.'V.A, Russell of New for their arrival every winter. The hotel Monday from his visit to various places stole several articles from! the Amlldlog. have been guests of the Colonial hotel Saturday: night l\Rt.! when large. number -

rk, arrived in St. Augustine, Sunday, guests have sadly missed them since their along the East Coast as fur all Palm They then mudo for Sanford l, and had I Nassau, lUliaman. for few weeks, arrlv..lat of the guest and l'e..duntllllltenled..
'n Miami and have been spending departure.The Beach and Miami, with which he was gotten a* far a* Maytowu, when H hoi I IT the lireukera, Palm Beach the first of It[ wu n very delljhtfuIIlIT"I"/ and dur-
oral days at the Aloe zar. much pleased. On Tuesday lie left for Brown came upon them Tile negroes lag the evening Ice cream and cake
,
house-boat Edfou of Daytona, the week, accompanied by !Mrs. Abuey,
New :Smyrna and other points en route are unanimous In saying time "lt' claret punch etc., weroliberally suppliedby \
-Mrs. Porter and her talentod and stopped here a short while, Tuesday, on no useto of New York; and Colonel Glenn, of
home. We acknowledge call. monkey wld dat man' ," The Manager II. R. Shares On Auuday
pular daughter Miss Porter, promi- her return from cruise down Indian a pleasant c unty Phllnilelphla.. Yesterday they left for
otreuidontg of Cincinnati Ohio have River! as far as the Narrows. On board -Mr. and Mrs. Robt. O. Heaton of two men were put u nder $:.f<)IO bonds to the Plaza liotel, Rock ledge, anil report aIellgbt'ul evening theta wa a sung service In the

for home, afteradellghtfiil: visit with were : Howard Y. Stillman, captain; Boston who have bo.n spending/ winter await the action of the Circuit Court. time on their pleasure trip. music. room Ttil, hotel which will all thoroughly until enjoyed -

made at the New Rockledge hotel, Dwight K Stillman, mate; Fied A. Still- at Hotel Royal Poincluna; and Col. -Miss Ethel Coutant, a popular young They may stop overatTltusvllleon the 10th of April.GranI keep open
wedge. mm n, engineer/ allot Westerly, U. I.; and Chas P. Horton who Joined them at the lady; who has been a reviduiit of tole way north.

-General J. Anderson father of Mr. Wm. B. Reed, of Hastings, It. I. They same hotel for awhile-after spending place for quite awhile left, Wednesday, -Ml..s May Cresson. of the St. Augustine Tim Atlantic, Ua to na,aeon lea. i
taAoclerjon of the firm of Anderson report a very pleasant cruise and the several month at Canaveral Clubhouse for Oak Hill, to visit her parent. On ) Record, was among Wedne, day's ono of I the most delightful locution onJeiicli
Price, the popular managers of Hotel capture of many tlsh. -have all departed for their respective :Saturday: thus will return here, punk up southbound passengers, en route to Palm, ) street, overlooking the Ilnllfa
pond homes In tbe suburbs of where her belonging and leave for river t''a public room'* are spaobusantiartlstlonllVturnished.
spent a part or last Saturday -Col. John Jacob Aster,of New York, Boston : Miami lloaoli Mia hall fully rocnveied from
I Sunday I In town, visiting friends elaborate dinner at the Royal the[ pink paper follow where she has accepted a position In the tier a-lck trip from tuba, but stays Tin lioima I I.. well

General Is always a welcome visitor gave Polnclana an Saturday night, to Mr. and -Prof. J. M, Laflln who has boenoruh.lnse Bank of Hay Biscayne. Dining her 'ay' the oltloor. on board the Peninsular and appointed, ,and nmlntiilim an excellent:
TitiiBville.Born Tbe ,hero, all an able assistant. In the Indian Occl.lentllllite"rnMIII"" Vo.'. steamer are I lie dining room 1"lnjt.lt'eltdlnlC.|
M. Flagler. private along Indian River far Indian
Mrs. Henry Alt a*
KlverStaieUank!: she made filemls. lot of and treated ly ittrHcllve. A sun parlor oiith of the
many such gentlemanly men,
-( to Mr. and Mrs.,John C. Jones, dining room, banked with palms, and River Inlet, on board (he houNfboatRouo house I M feature afford
who hope to see her return lu Tlliiovlllu and l herself .at> royally, a niOHt ,ploit nnt ,
ntudvilie, Saturday March 2ind: U)0.) !, the long table decorated with roses and Marie, returned here on Monday.He at some future day. passengers travel lug a tin* view of the river and hank of
I lint[ It I is really a pleasure to on
nit and the dinner hie.
daughter. Mother and child are smilax, wee beautiful then laid houseboat up for the notwithstanding thefltolnalllll. which I I. beautified with
.{re slDg nicely We dot our cap to war' of course all that the most exact summer, and left for New York on Wed. MILLINKUY I -M 1 U.rSEUYlJ- the[ above oompany'asteamers attacks, seasicknet miidn< irta winter cottage.
Conoty Commissioner from Klon- ing epicure could have desired. Those nesday. Dr. D J. DIBol, of New York nery. In 1'aria) II. Worth; in Vienna the slight -
',I Ir. and Mm, II. who In the wiater with his Radnlz at times.Look The Continental hotel, Atlantic Bench
,* Now he may more properly wear wh"i enjoyed It were: pending, wifeat ; In London, Kedforn; In Tltuvllle *- ,
"briquet of one' of our "County M. Flagler, Miss Kemm, Mrs. J.C. Wise, Cocoa accompanied P."of. Lafllo on Joil.t K. WAZ.KKB& Co.; for W, W. Luce' ad. page 8. will lie open from April :'J, to September,
Idles." tbe Rev. and Mrs. Peyton Ilogue, Mr. his tithing. and hunting cruise. --- and I I. sure to enjoy a splendid reason. ,
A. J. MoClure, Mr. and Mrs. II. under the mnnagunient of :Mr. Henry W.
* GOODS ARRIVING DA.ILY and R. Mo Mr Lane* Mr. James It. Keene, Mr. D. -M r. B W. Crane, of Mlddleburg, Vt., Cottage and Lot For Hale Wild< AIIIIII"JIt Bud IIIriN Wnuted. !Merrill, the well-known and popular
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'ur stoie la H public Institution. You Forbes Mr. Flederlclc T Martin accompanied by !Mr. S. J. Norton, madea hotel man, who, during the winter sea-.
mart have Courtney trip to Fort Christina, where they Cottage aud lot on Indian River front W.nted-Wlld Cats Bears. Monkeys 1
to buy whenever you come Juliana Cutting, Mm.. Joy Dr. lion ball had charge of the Hotel Royal
are, come and look and we'll thank Miss the Misses Battele slid Found game In abundance. M,. Crane between the residences of Major f, M. Otters, Pelicans, Florida Doer sandhill Palm at Miami. Upon the same day that '
Kenan
')u for it. Jony B. WALKER &: Co. Owen E. C.,O'Brien.WE say It I I.. a beautiful spot, and while Taylor and 8. F. Gray, known a.* the Cranes, Eagles) ,Alligator, Wild Turkeys, the Royal Palm. close the hotel at Atantlo -
General there he killed two largo: alligators, the ruder: place. Price, 9700; terms, ball Hawk, Herons, Owls, Turtle and Hat- Beach will open and Mr. Merrill I
furniture Sale. EXTEND TO YOU A WELCOME. skins of which be will take home with ollllh. balance on mortgage at 8 per cent. .lesnake Address; will merely transfer his staff to this hotel
Make this store your headquarterswhile him a.* "trophies of the chasers lIe informs ; Apply or write toGEO. TUB Fu>iiii>A Onriifctr FAHU, nearer Jacksonville. During April most

III l the household good of Rev. J. A. In the city. Furniture Dry u* that there I I. a probability of a 1 M. RonnivH.Tltunrllle ISnpl Jacknonvllla, Fla. of the other large hotel In the Florida

Jour R. WAI.KEH Co. In tbe near future.Gardner's ,I .
h
Itocklc ltff, Inilliiii Itlvcr It will very convenient to the return.
1(011140 for Sale. A Cheap Indian Itlvor Home.Thf lug tourist. and to the trash arrival a* !

lice,! Itecs! I Flyers Ha ODe of the most attractive and best well to prolong their stay In Florida by l I

'-,"'"" 7-roomed house, with erf place coimlMf; ;; of 13if) acre l;{ stocked store along the East C'oiuit of topping at one of the Uncut lamtriore re- '
, quarters, most beautifully situated Twelve colonies of Italian Bees, with Window Hhnde 10 and 23o. mile north of Fort Pierce t our acre Florida. You can unit everything you sort..on the south Atlantic const. !
,Braced bank of the Indian River. I i all Implements necessary to start; an Brush Binding/ '.. .A cent*. are cleared and fenced and there are need *, this store. All kind of fine groceries -
Re wound $1,200. Apply or ad- apiary for sale, cheap by "g 1 inch percale .8?.' cent. lJiOCKt: < bearing pineapple plants on the and western meat. .BEST KLOIN CREAMERY BUTTER i k
'I "\'I HA," A'DVo04TIII Office.Titusvllle I J. MeyDKL. Elastic Seam Drawer, ,II;) cent. >lace There are :2ir acres ready to set Particular attention paid to the need at W, 1':. Oold.mlth', Tlt\lavlll.f. {, '
Fla TUu.vllI Fla. !Mos l1lto Canopies. ,$1 up. III orange trees and pineapples. The of y ar.ht.men and cruising partle
Bicycle tires ..:2 tip. nine )is Geo.: :l. HATCH I'rop. f
einaliilng acres good pineapple ; l>.,nth of ('..11 Kh- .*.
ISrlck \I. Brick Home! and Laud For Sale, C. A. GAMOXKK: THusrlllo, Fla. land and a portion of It good for tree*. -

It has a frontage on Indian River. 'l'ime A telegram from Ca Africa, !
l>enlral,le at Ilocklcde
Property
{6e! ">"" i onto brick Is a good average At.a low price for; cash. 31 acres of }l'otlce of rftwlnjf the Jury. beat building site I III on a ditch elevation nay that Cecil Rhodes. financier, statesmen a t
rid a i buck, suitable for all building land and house. Fine location for a club ov..rl".kllllf( the river, the town For Hiil,. and maker of empire., died on Wed I i
POMS special delivered made liotlse. 2.0W feet water front on lagoon. The Judge of the County Court and and the Indian, River Inlet. There I I. irday at: Capetown, after a lingering a
prices
" 014I'Jtl./ Address Excellent: fishing and hunting.! Situated the 4herilrof BrevartiCounty, Florida. no house on the premises.Fort Located on Indian River, one mile from lines.*. A. his death had been t ntlelittted !- i
CEO. II.,FERT4I.D' at Haulover Canal Apply to will meet with the Clerk of the Circuit: Pierce Is a dlvUlon jioint on the pontolDcM and hotels. Fifteen acre of a syndicate of British capitalists!
: Fla. J. ri.A.vsrBr: C:.ourt at the ('lerk'sothers, in Tltimville Florida East Coast Railway
Sanford Box 1)1) Day too. a. Brevard County .Florida on Mon- of some importance, with good priM- age; high rocky bank with heavy native >urpoa of preventing/ a panic In South
Or to Morgan" Jones, Titusvllle. ly the 7th day of April, A. I). 1HU! at pacts for future development. There hammock growth. Twelve acre planted African stocks by taking over bl* vat:
For Sale. II o'clock a. m., for the purpose of traKtoreifof all kln"l< ,'It'vpral ehurd, In citrus tree Including numerous I loldlng
' '' '. Your Fruit Trees rawing I th.. Jury to servral the Spring IIC"bool. puBtolHrc, telegraph olllue, etc varieties of orange, grapefruit, tangerines __________ __
u II InSt'L, \ \n, }[errltt's Is'land, fronting Protect 'IVrm of Circuit: Court In and for Kre- This place will make a line home and lemon and limes, varying In age Corf WIn. use Cup. }
ID" m and Banana Rivera, 34 acres JfcFarland-Fruit: ; Protection Co. yard County, Florida which said court capable of being made quite a plantation. from old bearing. tree to tbtee-yaar-uld sl ,'
, I'j i 'red and Improved Including 700 [ at 2U< cent olt regu- convn. 011 the 2Nth day of ,April A. Five hundred orange and grapefruit >ud.;guava and iMnanns, also I I* bear- The Rolf tournament: for the Joseph
k' *' '"'mock and high light; ham. Ia7prlce" sizes Immed.ate, dell per\'ery; made b, I,. Wrl being the fourth Monday' thereof. treesand iOOp%) pineapple plants ng. Artesian well, with water main Jefferson cup wa won by Prof. Charles

." : ll'o' Nowetanding,2iSorange ; McFarland prot'ess of water- The public will take notice and be tan IN placed on It. fUliing.liunt-: / and hydrant through the grove. Attractive I. Cory; who, In the final. last (Friday
t .Iles.i : walt.known .lldewproollng; hoops, governed aecordingly.1Vltnses hug and oysteringln the Immeiliatu vicinity nlae-room residence, two cottage defeated Chares H. Tapping :21 up and :'I
rlD :,' "" trees, large proportion In proofing and furnlAhM with each my hand and the seal of the tort Pierce l. headquarters| jacklng-hoiiikj, tool-bouse, wharf antismall tl play, Thus I'rofCory. of Uoiton
two-story I dwelling on the IItakoll and lamp Circuit Court thU the 27th of boat-honmt. well cared nder of Club
anaveral the
'IIi lie. ready to erect. The only ao > day for hunting, tithing and sport genera/ Property on -cap*
'ed .mil artesian well. Place now tent all an orange 'ree-gain March A. I). lJ1rJ. alit,. Price fl/rfX),which I I. very' cheap. 'or and in good condition throughout; season at Palm Beach with a victory. 1
IU. |'. 'I I nndercultivation. For terms tue'as ecNonmto to be bsd at tbeee (!,, (..> A. A. t4TEw R'r, For full information adilrena, Satisfactory reason for selling. For II. hd won more cups than anybody
>.er particular address: freeze. Clerk of Circuit CArt, (::1. ilCCABTT: pries and further Information apply toW else, but ho ha worked zealously to got

ire ADVOCATE"J. Tltusvllle 8. C." Fta. prices.wAddres BHOw. TUuYIle, Fla. Brevard County, Fla./ Aokona, Hrevstd County, Fin, car ArirooATE:, Tminvlllc, F Ia. tbem.





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end Minnesota anil Ninth Ohio (Trunnion east Tennessee' as soon 'an he could

re"lmellu-w.'r well drilled and gather supplies for the movement but ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFINI

1t1lrtG disciplined and were gallantly led by was ordered t to rejoin the main army ...RaJa.. no and.ffect 1"." \\"KA ,

Pi i .! ; Colonel Robert L. McCook one pt the tinder Itnell at Louisville. Tbe effect harassa ......Jj
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famous flRhtlng family. The men of upon the people of Tennessee or the 'sub. Eureka 0a, is
SP5oL1J these regiments stood to their work like spectacle of a retreating| and demoralized ale.u,. the F"C GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS

veterans, nnd the steady though some Confederate army was even greater .keep..roll and-pli 'iYJ !
what random firing of the guns of 'Vet.more's than that of the linttle. Two Con able. Stitches } ,, 1W1'I'1I NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAID

battery Into the right of Car- federate regiments' / broke up entirely do not break. rr\ \
Norou\lh.
: J: roll's line threw the enemy Into confusion. and the men went .to their homes. It f..,. to chafe \

ij e. The Twelfth Kentucky advancedsteadily was the first complete Federal.success .ndcet 1he \ 1hsmew
not ,,\ The
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i e. '' ngnlnst the Confederate right, of the war, antI President Lincoln congratulated ont./,"kerla ,'\ \ \ Carder-Campbell Compaq

nnd the Second Minnesota forced the the troops while the general toolliD/lIk.new. /but, \

'r fighting against the left over the hotly commanding/ the army thanked Thomas wrap Iwlc. 1 .

11b contested ground where tbe action had for the brilliant victory. :.bngbyth.of'hurrkaHero. r II IIU. Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street,. JACKSONVILLE H I \

commenced. Zolllfoner's
t ta tfi The final blow was given to Carrollby blow to the southern sympathizers of -SouthernSelling l! Agents foi-

I a bayonet charge of the Prussian, east Tennessee, wbere he was a popu- .

::1n' and tho whole line broke nnd ran to the lar political leader. lIe had served two 'Sold WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WAR-BEN'S CRESCENT: T BRAXH' 1. n \\1

cover of the woods\ opposite.' : As! usual terms In congress end was the editor \ \ ,

with new troops. Thomas' men had of a paper. Without military experience .11 In can d.._.. \ ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts] : National !, ,

t! ,. been lavish with their ammunition, and lie had been Intrusted with the a""ide byStandard Works Structural and.Technical Paints.

before taking up tilt pursuit It was necessary Important work of watching the Cumberland 011 .

to refill the cartridge boxes I river to keep the Federals CompanyOverWork DKRO DE'S "LYTIIlTfi" COLD WATER PAINT.

Crlttcnden's Infantry didn't stop until
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'''Th OMAS'FIIIbTFIG1IT the old lutrencbments on the bank of -- -

the Cumberland were reached. Ills reserve Weakens
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however, consisting of two cnv- :
RINGING VICTORY AT MILL SPRiNG. Your Kidneys.
I airy regiments attempted to make a HANSTBBKOS.Wh.olesal

4 t JAN. 19, 1862. stand! a few miles from the bnttloQeld, Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

i --- but yielded to the argument of Stan- I
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j. T.. Confederate. Hard lilt WhenTlier dart's battery, which opened fire wit All ,the blood In your body passe through .'
Hmn AlKgl.... lie Future "Hnrlc r j c your kidneys once every three minutes. I

F of 1..knmnulI'n"Arn.... Wiped shells. u 3(1( M The kidneys 'are your I Brewing Company's St.
When troops Ret warmed up to a retreat n blood purifiers,they filter Whiskey
Ont !. n 'I''lokllolr.CopyrIght. they ore as zealous at running out the waste or Louis Beer. Keg Trade ,

v t ( 1002, by O. L. Kilmer: ] as they were before In llgbtlnK.; The Impurities! In the blood.
Our Specialty..
Q HE AT soldier route to the river was like the roads yrt. If they are sick or out House.

will be ItaliaK between MunusimM and Washingtonafter of order, they fall to do .
1,
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m their'Work.Pains .
the first Bull Run. Haversacks
n 18 h e d lu "
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some special" well filled, had been recklessly thrown ,aches and rheumatism 1246 'to; ; ;141313's/ .E1t .Ami5 S.tj'oi.T11GI ::
I come from excess -
role StoiiuwullJuckson away at the start, the poor fellows ear of uric acid In the :: :. >VILLA: ::, L.A...
u 1' 1r.' and Jug little for the future so long as they blood due
to neglected
1
C1 >, ill .. ..
+ i'' Forrest, wore could get clear of bullets. One cannon ,> \ kidney trouble. -

,,P alike no-toil .for was left behind and hundreds of muskets Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady ....... ...............o.
t marvelous c'lel'lty &- were thrown away. heart beats, and makes one feel as though '

In Thomas halted!' In front of the In- OCNXRAX GEORGE B. THOMAS, V. 8. A. they had heart trouble, because the heart Is ..

of ( n I In meat attack.Thomas'ami rnovy-vigor. deployed trenchments bill line on on till the Cumberland hills command and from crossing on the wrong and bad side placed for the his command purpose -- poisoned over-working used blood to be In considered through pumping veins that thick and only,arteries.It urinary kidney-. For $3 t2oe.le..bre.ew.; : ;J,?. ;;:*>:, 4 Full Quarts f


Porte ing the 'works. Throe batteries got After the mistake had beenpolllt' troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD

wan iu dett nse. range upon the ferry behind Crltten- d out to him he said it was too but now modern science proves that nearlyall

Ills line was a den's men and kept up a brisk fire until late to recross with the single boat at constitutional diseases! have their beginning -

rock, and tWit rock never sbltted.from dark to prevent the Confederatesfrom band and set to work to construct a I In kidney trouble.If : : Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

r its buse. crossing. An assault was order. .ferry Meanwhile CrIttenden came and : you are sick you can make no mistakeby
eel to be sprung at daybreak. Five otTllomas' first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
Thomas' first battle wan a signal victory superseded him and attempted a forlorn -
,1' and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot Waihipin Plain Package. no nark to indicate content, which will
null BO WUB his last. At Mill regiments which bad not been hope to save the army by fighting the Is avoid all com meat. When you not it and test It, If It la not

; Spring;. ICy., the 10th of January, In the battle readied the ground during Thomas. beCore'Tboliias could plant his soon realized. It stands great the kidney highest remedy for Its a ita' .irood.our a* any.18.00>u. good.ID them will.We cheerfully ar. clo a at andTandzaBngLee

1SG2: lie routed and defeated an enemy the night. At daylight the guns open guns In range of the,crossing. wonderful cures of the moat distressing cases you quicker delivery than distant hoaaea. We have been doing biinlnftfm in
which had come' out to rout and destroy ed on the only steamer In sight, and it With the loss of Crlttenden's army and Is sold on its merits thin city and at the same stand for !*0 years, and ai to our reapoiislblllfjr
and for houeat .refer to bank merchant lion
reputMtlou dealing w you any or
r: M him. The country was hungering was promptly abandoned and set on tbe Confederate line was broken on tbe by all druggists In fifty-' ; .:::.., : or to the eoutor of tUia paper.

tor a victory In the beginning of 18t1:!. fire. Led by the fresh regiments the right and the center nt Bowling Green cent and one-dollar alz- .: 1 I/It/ I: S!!" SOLOMON & LEVI

Bull Run andVllaon'. Creole were yet assaulting column started forward but placed In Jeopardy. When Ports Henry es. You may have a" !. ? ,

to be redeemed. Thomas started the found the Intrenchmonts empty nf nnd Donelson fell on the left in Febru- sample_bottle by mall Rome of swamp-Boot, I928-I93O First Ave., P. 0. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala.

tat of January from Lebanon to attack troops. All the river craft bad been dstroyed / cry following' the whole position was. free also pamphlet telling you how to find NOTICP Wepsyexprwwchsratwl.sitpolntareaehedbythe'wouthern: Eipn.eCompany
out If have kidney' or bladder trouble. ," hntto point*nn lines of other xpr6fMcmnpHnlt%* we prepay ulna
the Confederate column under General and further pursuit was checked Abandoned. Thomas was appointed you where Southern KxpraiM Company trnnnfflrn to sold other oomrNiny. We cannot ship
for the moment. Crlttenden had left Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer ..1>. Price lint for other uootiit. on application.U ben writing pleuiw menUoo ihi paper.
O. Ii. Crlttcnden. the Kentuckian, who commander the First division of the & Co., Binghamton, N. y, ef)
hnd crossed the Cumberland river tromTt'nIlPR"I'e I. behind three batteries of artillery. a Army of tbe Ohio under ,Buell) and

11' and fortlfled his cnmp near large wagon tram and n drove of with that corps started for Corinth. .........................

t r'' dull ring or Logn n'. Crofmromln. horses and mules. Not relishing the The march was Interrupted by the bat

Ills men marched over muddy<< roads, prospect of lighting with a river at bis : tle of Shiloh but the First division did BEST FOR THEBOWELS

jt where the whrrls of the artillery' and back he had made summary retreatto I not reach the Held in time to partici cHassS: '::E3 zv-sz" az co.l

I wagons snnk,up to. tbe nxlra. It took save' his men. pate. The propensities for stubborn
The Confederate loss was nearly double all ale w. B.T St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.IDoz. .
i eight days to. make forty miles, and hts fighting which tile aid hero subseauenfrr -
that of Thomas'!, who burled 1D2 of
9 column! was strung! out on depurate : developed nnd Illustrated\ on
the men In gray and took tW woundedfirlnoners. battle eidll If you tiRvan a, twtrulnr healthy movvaaent of. the
routes. many ( lend to speculationas bo we la every day, you''re III or will be. Keep your
The heaviest loss of the day bowel.openand l bd well 1'0.0..1. tie, glihiiaaf via
Crlttcnden heard of Thomas, advance to what would hare happened bad 1..1 physic o.pill polo,li ilaiiHaioimMt.fl 1'110' uuoot h. A
i on either side fell upon Walthall's MIs- he been In command of of the divisions iiiuiie. moat"poreet way OK Jc. pf tig til. bowli FULL
at Fishing creek ten miles from his one clear and elvan t.to SaksCANDY, a FULL
i own position, and moved his commandout lpplaii8, who opened\ the attack on the front line at Shiloh

to alert the enemy on Fishing creek, upou T'ry and were In the fight from when Johnston surprised\ the camp on OATHARTIO

t at the arousing of the trt>nni. Ho start to finish. Crlttenden said that April G. GEORGE! L. KILMER. t UPAES
many of his soldiers stole horses and EXPRESS
wanted to smash the detachments In
mules' along the route and fled" to Knoxville So PREPAID
I.. detail ns they came to the rroHslng.Zolllcoffer's : Sweet anil Pleasing In Taste PREPAID
Nnshvllle and other cities In Tennessee Mra. C. Peterson 025; Lake St. Y
brigade took the lead followed Topeka -
by Cnrroll's brigade and a small His Army; was ruined for the KlIlI.. speaking of Ballard's Horl"" i 1. 3
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reserve. The column marched all night time and the soldiers of the command hound Uyrup/ na>'s: "It has never failedto $ Zo
G t I never forgot their first meeting with Rive entire satisfaction, and of all the r
of the 18th In a chilling winter rain and
{ the rock of the Federal army In the cough ,remedies, It la my favorite, and I ; uuw
about daylight; ran into Wolford'a cavalry 6Qt
must Confess to friends that
it
went One of the prisoners accountedfor my many EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
pickets the outposts of Thomas' will do, and him done, what Is claimed PI.a..Ant, Palatable, Potent Tute flood, DoOood, a !7 l lI
the In the Confederate
V line. The Tenth Indiana of Manaoh'sFederal panic ranks for lie'.. Sicken Weaken or tlrlpa. '10,W, and N> c..nuEar
tofcpeedlly" euro a conch or a cold; Writ tor ire..ampl., and booklet
l ..t brigade stood by the cavalry, which canned( the men to throw away and It, Is so sweet anti pleasing In taste." 'bo AdcliTaauna ..... 433 on I
tlielr haversacks a' Hamtnr covraliv, CHUteoir Riw TORI.
by Improvising
t and word was carried to the main yarn 2:10: Oe and $1 bottles at Wlliinn A: Son's. .
which was long'preserved In the west C""
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
camp that tho enemy was coming In I I
tor<,o.Tbomns'. ns n tradition of ;.Thomas' Invincible .ro.. What Tn.y Think. DELIVERED FOR (, C"f f
J2Qts
personality! on the field. Said be: "We
We Tall of J
men were Just crawling out us! profess to want everybody
tI of their dog tents for roll call when were' doing good work till your old to be frank"/ with us. but whensomebo"ly Florida $ I29
Thomas In bill $900
man rose up stirrupsand
threatens
to tell what
:Manson dashed!' through the camp of us Just
hollered out 'Attentlon creation I
the Fourth Kentucky, shouting for Its : lii thinks of us we Know I n t I actively

L't t commander, Colonel Speed 8. Fry liy kingdoms right wheel" Then we thnt It Is something not nt all complimentary. Agents( for the,Pabtit Brewing Co.

knew the jig was up. .- Hn.ton TrtonIlP"'n Magazine. .
Colonel Fry quickly I led his men In the '
Mill Spring broke the Confederatehold .
4 direction of the firing and coming
Il' upon Kentucky. Thomas won. Danger In Cold aiul LaGrlppe. I

It ;I within up along sight a of fence the enemy In the, lined edge them of a ready to push his.army forward Into The greatest: danger front colds and b An V on't 7 eke P i ell.s!cure They constipation temporarily I

grippe: is their resulting: In pneumonia. by agitating the I
woods., Meanwhile Zolltcoffer had driven
If reasonable care Is used, however, and Illustrated
1 back Wolford's men and the Indlntans. Chamberlain's taken all bowels, but regular action cannot: be secured until the liver

t who rallied on Fry's line. Zol- CalisthenicsAre danger will be Cough avoided.Remedy Amongthe, I Monthly. secretes enouth bile to make the _,Intestines.! I
execute their
t tl Ucoffers troops came from the cover of of thousands who have used this remedy natural functions. 1

''J r a wood Into an open field which was for these diseases, we have yet to learn of OK DOLLAR A YEAR, ural agitation and,caused by cathartics Hi e
benefit to healthy But to continual Increasing doses to
a women.
broken by a ravine toward the fence. a single ease having resulted In pneumonia attain the
who from diseases results.
women are Buffering
Colonel Fry boldly rode to the front to their which shows conclusively that It bend for Sample Copy. Unnatn
t peculiar to sex they are an injury.
Is a certain preventive of that dangerousmalady.
lter the Confederateline )
reconn stealthy When there U weak back! or bearing .
It will cold attackof
oure a or an
and when returning was met by down pain, sideache or.other indications' In In Address : O. D. ACKERLY
less
grippe time that other the
any on
an officer enveloped In a storm coat of 'Womanly weakness -
treatment. It Is pleasant and safe to
which diflprulBcd his uniform. Bald he exercise can take. For sale by all druggists and med. Publisher, Jacksonville, Fla. r liver; cures Chills

to Fry, "We must not fire on our own only aggravate; the icine dealers e and Fever and every form of

I men," nt the same time nodding to- condition. The and intermitting
Malarial
Bilious Remitting
t4 /ward the Confederates and adding, womanly health must Dou't use steel knives for cutting .4. 37lox-': : c3.et IVCcixx.: : the
of
Fevers and the seat
to
be first restored before fish by going
? "Those ore our men." oysters sweetbreads or brains. GREAT DISCOVERY.
strength can be trouble, works permanent cure.
Fry responded, "Of course not," and I developed by even The steel blackens and gives an unpleasant Exhibited In preeniwe of Judge Chrlntle, Pro*, FIFTY BOTTLE
i rode back to his place. Hut one of cise. flavor.If outing-Attorney of Criminal Court of Iii- CENTS PER
Fierce' Favorite vat Count, Fla., and Jacksonville Fla. l.noo
"our men" fired with at the Dr -
goolalm .
letter" of Teflttmnnialaof the Citron; of Consumption.
td Yankee Kentuckian and hit hU horse. Prescriptionmakes thou art a inns tor. be sometime Catarrh. Asthma etc., from tome of the II. M. WILSON YC SON _
wrnk. women blind If mime prominent cltlMn of the United Staten. .
r Fry then took the man in the cloak for ; a servant sometimes deafnillor. --- -- ---- --- --- - ---- -- -
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both wanted.
trial
I strorg and sick Agents' cease SI package
hIs target and brought him down. The package, :JB cents. Address. ,
well. It doe
i women IF YOU
stranger was ZolllcofTer himself, but this by healing the WILLIS; R. YOUNO, JACKSOJTV1LLK, TLA. WANT A... ..
Cancer Cured Itloort Balm.
tbe Kentuckians didn't know it at the. womanly diseases by .

time. They found their line overlappedby : which undermine the All skin and blood diseases cured. Photography, Picture Frames
:Mrs.\ M. L. Adams Fredonia Ala. took
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Confederates! and were on tho point general health. It
Botanic Blood and Mouldings. .Building Lot.
Balm which effectually
of being crushed') by Carroll's Confederates stops the drains that!
weaken women,heals cured an eating cancer of tbe nose and .. ,
when Thomas came to the --- -
't inflammation and ulceration face. The sores healed up perfectly. sod Photographs
Marine
t t Portrait, Landscape
lie had ordered Man-
scene. promptly Many doctors had given her case a*
and cures up Portraits In all the latest styles. lot with
or a BUILDIN'O
son to return to tho front and make a hopeless. Hundred of eases of cancer, a READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
female weakness Old pictures copied! and enlarged to any
stand and himself brought, two batteries eating: sore, 'lIpperatln/olllwelllnga, etc.
,
up / LAXD
When I ant commenced size and finished In any style desired. FOR AX ORANGE GROPE
which he placed in sections In imtnfr Doctor have been cured by Blood Balm. Among Florida views for sale. Work finished ,

the center mid on the left! where Car- write Pierce Mn mcdlclnea Genrgw A.," others', frs. B. M. Ouorney, W'lIrrlorStaD.I. for amateurs at trade prices PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK C'A':

V roll was advancing. Meanwhile Fry's Strong, of Oati Ala. Her none and lip were raw F. M. TAVLOR,
I enraged Kentncklans and, the Indiana ., Itaratoir Co.. N Hv'i:: :;.I Iws..uaerina as beef, with offonsive discharge from Tltusville, Fla.TITUSVILLE'S We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
female
from the eating sore Doctoia advised cutting
regiment lain done some good shooting, weaknetie, a but it failed. Blood Balm healed the are flocking In but still there is room If you
and two of ZolllcofTer's regiments had pain.drain, weak" .rtnllclo..n and- sores, and Mrs. Guerney I la as well as TRAINS.The '
turned to rear. The Fourth Kentucky tired feeling all the time. I dressed .round In ever. Botonlo Blood Balm also cures looking this way drop a line to

and Tenth Indiana fired away all their that way.fur After two yean.,and I began bottle taking yvnrmedicine. to eczema Itching,: bUn1ol'll.lItOabl and scales, following jl are the times of arrival JAS.

#t ammunition and also dropped out oft feel better I took"f:1: : of J..Jf-: bone pains, ulcers, offensive pimples, and departure of passenger trains to and E. INGRAHAM 3rdVIce-Pre ident.
Favorite tTewriptlon.. two of 'Golden Medical" blood poison scrofula risings j
I I time fight but the Second Minnesota carbuncles from Tltusville:
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Dteco/very,1 one vial of Pleaaant Pelleta alflo FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY
and the Twelfth Kentucky, with Car used one ItMtte of Dr Sage Catarrh RemedyNow ;: and bumps on the skin and all blood : OCTBBOCJCD.: ,
ter' Tennesaeeans were on the ground I feel Ilk. a new pe non. 1 can t thank troubles. Druggist, f 1 per large: hpttle. ( \1JA a.m. ST. AUOTJSTIN-E.
you enough for your kluil advice and the KO te take -
their places, and Carrolfs bold medicine hue don. --
me. point at \ :a-47p.ro. -- -
a rush was checked from the beginning.iThomnn' .1 have a aimer who U taking your medicineand by writing: Blood Balm Co.. At- I S-OJpm.:
I I it I.helping. her" lanta, Oa. Describe trouble and special :7loatnaopo.
guns were useless on that Dr. Fierce' Pleasant Pellet promote medical advice sent in sealed letter. It 3:15: a..... JOE PRI1TT11TG:
i field for execution, but they made a regularity of the bowel, and assist the Is certainly worth while, Investigatingsuch LeT TltnsTtlle JackaonTill { ::1:11'1: p.m.
bold front and scared the enemy with action of "Favorite Prescription." No a remarkable remedy,..Blood Balm Intermediate points at S:I'41'w p.m

tit their gaping: murzles. other laxative: should be oiled with Dr. cure the most awful, worst and most '' ,. .* 7on: p.m.amArrive.muavtuereinSanford OF ALL KINDS
.
.7Wo of Thomas' .reslmentg I *, Sec Pierce' Metliciuea. _ deep-seated blood diseases \OQ:: pan ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

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for Tat: :
A STORY
OF FORREST
.: '. I>eet1.Umler -- NEW JERSEY HIGHWAYS MALAR/A An I

M. ROBBINS ; Sec. K. of Cl)\|>. 4W. Laws of Florid, How the Peppery Actor Sq,..... A_ Good Honda II.". Added Largely] to '

GEO. NCmCR: ..18 HKHKItY GIVEN: THAT R. H. roant. With One Critic. Taxable Yelp .f Steal Eat.... Invbc'
i In'rohll..r..xl.ertlll'e'
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR d"teel Ule IIlh ,I\.f' .''nl\' "', n 1111111.N",711t h"""!, Many years ago Edwin Forrest the The new Mona roach are duliiK more

AT-LAW/' allIcaUo.111.,1 ...ltl..rtillcu'. for ., 1".1 ",",'", ",,,I 1.>... ", ..,Ie celebrated actor. when in New York for the development and advantage of Means bad air, and whether it EnenJ'I' to Health _
tax 110..11"( ,
iaNlN In ..... .
nlamleIhKhdaocritnl ."
was III tbe habit front the low landa antI
I <1 of dining atIn.- New Jersey than all other causes com comes

Fill practloe in State and" United States count- Fkrrtda.' pmplartyte. .ituire,1h1Inhllreranl dust's a noted restaurant: on Park bined. They are bringing Into tho marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities
Court. lane 'to-wlt AIlIiI.Uon ail.TowiMhiu row that was n favorite resort of ac- and towns its effect the human is the
/ 311- 85 K.. ennalnlnRlNa'rea. tate n large! and desirable clans I of new I upon system same.

Office at TiTtrsviLLk, FLA. l..The,!'.?H"..la'of "l"llwl".'*. .'"ItlcrtooNIn t11tile date of the tors and lltprnry men It usually hap- residents and property holdersNell These Atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken tip

I' Ms, 1iI."thern, Ry C"'I''Y.' '(.nl.... mu.l'" ot certliloate ri.ir-- rencd that Forrest would be joined by: to do citizens of New/ York nail Philadelphia by the blood, and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid.

GAULDEK, d..o.1: wiillleeue r ile iiitMl arroriltnir to tax friends and tbut the little group would are buying lands and bulMIng: Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlar rcd liver kidney
D.L. A! n tart.1Vitnes """.."" on '""31.t .Ia) or at n, Bit together at one table. On one occasion 'country seats along the lines of these troubles' j jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe

ATTORNEY AT-LAW mo "aMM .11t..RtIl re and Heal this the It chanted tbut an Englishmanwith Improved rond Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because
2IIth
[iL-ftJ dnv "f I February, A.A.It A.IIMI.THWART!. a reputation for conceit and impertinence There have been numerous marked the liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current untilit l

WIll practice In all tbe Courts of the State ot Clerk ClrciiltCourtot llrevaril Co., Fla. who bad scraped, acquaintance examples. of the effect of these roadsIn becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poNous literally break through

tI florida lOud the Unlted States Courts. with the tragedian was one of creating a demand for ami raising the :skin, and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of an

r.O Bo..II36. TITUSVILLE. FLA. Notice of Application For Tax. the group. the price of New Jersey real eM te. indolent character appear depleting the system, and threatening life itself.

-- Early in the course of the dinner the On ono road that between Long Itraneh The germs and poisons that oppress and weaken the body and destroy

I J. WEBB Under Deed. Englishman began to make criticisms and Asbury Park, real estate values the life-giving properties of the blood rendering"\ tint and watery must
Sec 8 of
F 19,1IEUEHV Chap -Usa, Lawn of Flulnla. which he considered pleasantries about have Increased by over f3.000.OftO( since! be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NUTIC *. purchaser. of OWES Tax CortlNnuM THAT No.R. T'lO.H. Forrest's conception of certain rolen. tbe road was built. The vnlue of the get rid of Malaria and its effects.S. .

practice In the Courts of the 7th Rigid ftalil dated' certln the<11th-ate day lit my of July 01"00.' A.and I).ho 11II1t l !male, ho* Encouraged by his own appreciation he .real estate on the line of the Improved S. S. docs this and quickly produces an entire III

Will Taxes paid for non-residents application" for tax died. to initiiH In aoconliinve gave full play to hU humor and concluded road through the sand dunes change in the blood reaching every organ and stimulating

I Circuit.rents and accounts oolleoted.TR08rGLE Inl with{ law. Said rartltlrate embrace* the follow. each of his Impertinences with. bttwC''n.ntDor and Long Port, below them to vigorous, healthy action. S. S. S.

aod ounnty jieiKM-llMs.l, Florl b.property to-wit: All ultuatod gertion In, OWD8bIP Brevaril' Pardon toy freedom, sir; It'. my way." Atlantic City advanced & million possesses not only purifying but tonic properties.

FLORIDA. 31 Thn, 8. Itnnire 35 K., containing I tau acre. To the astonishment of all who knew and a half while) tbe road was building. and the general health improves and the appetite
atil land being a".""i.eil at the date or the
-- Imuani-eof aiinhcertltlcattln the name of Floe Forrest's! Irascible! deposition be bore There have been almost as notable increases almost from the first dose There is no Mercury Potash Arsenic

D. PENNEY, IdaSmthurnIly.Colupany. ('ulee.ealdoertifi- tbe Briton's offensive remarks patiently Increases In the values of realty In Es- or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and ntlrelr.B vegetable remedy.

A duel catexhitll will\ inane be redeemed thereon. on aranrillnff the aim day to of law March, tax' I and seemingly Ignored them as far sex Passaic and Morris counties, and Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly help you by

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, A I). 10,2.Witneaa. as possible. When however, the nut. to a less but still very distinct extent their advice to regain your health. Book on blood and akin diseases sent

28th day of III February v offlolal,signature A.' U. IIKU.and seal. this the were brought In by the waiter he took In Somerset, Mercer Middlesex and free. TIlL SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. .*........ G_

7hfsVILLE. -. FLORIDA. 5t [L. B.' Court A. STEWART I several cracked walnuts In his hand Union. The advance In the taxable -----' --. -. -- -.------- _. __ ___ 1
Clerk:
Circuit of Fla.
Brerard Co., and walking over to the Briton's place. value of the real
WIll practice in all the courts of the 7th property throughoutNew The Largest and Most Com- t
jocularly snapped them In Improved
successively Jersey by reason of these
Judicial Circuit. Notice of Application For" Tax: the face of that Individual lightly saylag road. I. a very large return nlete Establishment South.

-' need. after each shot, "Pardon my freedom tor the Investment.

FREDERICK A. MORGAN, Under Suo. 8.of Chap. 48H8 Law of Florida.N011CE sir; its my war" and snappedhim Good roads, also bring tbe markets For 6EO S. HACKER &: SON

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Albert out of the restaurantTO nearer to the farms, lessen the wear The Farmer
pnrchaiiar of Tax Certifloate: ... 1 1e
ESTATE AND INSURANCE and tear of vehicles and horses, double
REAL mil: dated the 6th day of July A. D. 1 181"1,
ha. filed Kald certlHcate In my office, and !>.. CVRK A COLD IN ONE: DAY the loads that can be hauled with thesame The Gardener
Loans Notary Public. made application, fortes deed to bane in ao.or lanoe l- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. traction power and secure better sad
wIth
law.
Raid oertlflcate embraoe the
Collections Typewriting Stenography. followliiid iiurlbBd.property idtuaMd In Hmrard All druggists refund the money If It fallsto service from city tradesmen through The Housewife

county fl..nda, to wit All Huotton .14, Town. cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on the regions they intersect It Is a T..y..11111.. .maw They
t TITUSVILLK,.. FLA. ahliJI.S. tanueiaEcontaining 040acre.. each box. 25cts are w..rU a not .,.w? .......
r 1- The laid land being:: aaea.ed: | at the dt. of the wise policy to liberally support the U.,,.. 111. uMinary' kin''". anld
iHHiiance of each rertllli'ate In the name of Flor- good roads movement.ClilhlreiiN e.tw'Wl_ tae animal rr-
IT fADE H. JONES, lila, Southern Railway Company.. ITnleM wldcttrtlHodte .."'. .. VoolUall L...... D. M. .ItItY & e0.O.troly
shall be reilneinwl according to law .''oh.Foley's .
tux lend will l inane thereon on the 3l.t ilaa of Wb'rl' dUI football (originate Some
March, A. I). IMtt.Wuiie Coughs. and Colds
: people glue undent Cheater In I'litf-
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE my olllclnl Ijtnatll"l( and aeal this the
28th day of February A 1>. 1WU.U land credit for bringing the! great Mrs. J. MoUratk 317 E. 1st !;t. llutohnaon. -
Loans and Collections.TITITSVILLK [I S.I] A. A STEWART, winter pastime Into existence. There lilard's on wrltM! "I leave given Ilid.i -
St Clerk Circuit Court of lireritrd County Fa Is n record of fooHmll playing In that i lforehnnnd I; ; ; ;Syrup to my children, Tar -
FLORIDA. for coughs and colds for tbe past four Honey and
city In the 1340. but Chestrlans
Notice of Application for Tax year :years, and find It the best medicine I ever cures colds prevents pneumoolm. MANUFACTURERS Of
believe In a legend of much earlier
A. WOK LET used" Unlike many cough syrups, It
Doors Sash Blinds
Deed.
CEO. date. contains no opium but will soothe and ,
('.......r Sec. 8, of Chap 4KttH, Law of Florida. In the tenth century It Is said a heal any disease of the throat or lungs

I ( ATl-ORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTICKW HERESY GIVEN THAT JOHN pane 'was capjured and beheaded by quicker than any other remedy. :25: ", fil>c, A Sample copy of one of the bent farm Mc( Hiding &: Building Material, '
General practice In .State and Federal Agent, purchaser of Tax CerllilrateNo the cltlcens. Some one began kicking and *1 at D. K. Wilson A: Sion's.
Courts. All ..fiKiaiil fll d,dated the Nth day of July free If will send ( Ittoe A Waieroomi King opposite I
business publUhed
entrusted will A. D. Iirw" hae Died laid certiorate In my office the head about the street", others papers you ,
receive prompt attention. and ha matte' application for tax deal': to lone followed and It was Uncovered that III...'.* 4V TV.r'8". Tour name on a postal card, mentioning Cannon Street A

General. Counsel for the Turtle Estate. In brace aocordanoe the following wlta deiM'rlbed law. Said I property certlHoate ltnatefl mn- this formed a new and decidedly fascinating Until war ceases" which will be the this Charleston] S. C.

Miami. In Brevard: onnntv, Florida:; to wit i All of HwntionH sport. Thin. was repeated greatest miracle of nil. It will always paper. ,.
MIAMI IXORIPA. and all of Section 84 In Townnlllp 81, South of be the exhibition ground of miracles. TIIK TI.OWDOT Co. '
Range an Kant, containing IX: aure whenever possible but as enemies'heads Sash Weights Cord and
e The: ,Bald land being aN0.ed at the date of theIwtnanoe became scarcer and the entertainment How : .
of aach cerultoata In the name of El,,, \
ANDREW behind and before his
of kicking them more dlfll- coat or piece Hardware
JAMES .
Ida Southern Ry. Company. Unleii* ald oxrtlll- ,. I
case ihall e redeemed. according to aw, tax cult to procure It was at last arranged boot and sock! and be gravely shaken I
ATTOR Y.AT-L.1.W. deed. will bane thereon on the lath day of April
out of both without wounding him
., A. l>. 11102Wltoem. "for tbe shoemakers yearly on ShroveTuesday Foley'sfoney.ntl'Tar Window and Fancy Glass
Main: office and postoffice address TITCBVILLE. my oftlclal lKntura and seal. thlf the to deliver to the draper In And what mysterious channel does this
llth 1 day r'Mareh. I). 1902. No A SPECIALTY.
for chl dransalesure.
opl.tu.
human body contain which lends a
!:. Branch office at FORT Prince: [L. ..J] A. A. STEWART the presence of the mayor of Chester,

Prosecuting; Attorney for Brevard Co. Clerk Circuit Court, Bre..rd Co., Fla.' one ball of leather called football I. bullet dexterously" around, the heart a .. m .-_-- --- - -O-------=O';";',= ;_ .A
By O. A. Stewart 1>. C. hair's breadth from the sent of life yet I
x of the value of 3.. 44. or above.
Notary Public State at
Large. There evidently a One precedentfor never rending It-a phenomenon vouched Peninsular & iitai Steamship Co

Administrators' :Notice. those concerned In the game "los I for by more than one army surgeon 1

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, lag their. beads." .- .. Shells have burst thunderously between 1
13 HEREBY O1VKW THAT THE .... .. the very legs of soldiers and left United Mat a Fast Mall Itunte fol>

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NOTICE .' ( have \ have them still soldiers. Pompom shells of KEY WEST CUBA AND TIIIC WENT: Il'IDIJM.14: MIAMI ANI) r >RT TAMPA PtA
legally iiiiallllaili' admlnlalr.tora of the Cures Sciatic ItlieuniatNiii. two Inches diameter have passed Proposed tailing 'In effect on dates shown. Subject to change sad postponement without notice
Sims Building .
; Estate of Martha C. Callanan.de eamd. In Jlre-
yard county, Florlila All creditor*, lnKatue. Mrs. A. E. Simpson 6011!)Cralq St.,Knox. through legs and arms without shattering MIAMI-HAVANA LINK. Comuiencinir January.1009.-M.! B. Mlsml.
JACKSONVILLE! FLA.. illntrlbiiteB 1 and all: I avmu claims: or vllle Tenn. writes June lUtli 181H) : "I l.r Miami. Him.., Weils. .. I'M ,p, in. I Lv. .,'rue..Fri... .. .. . .t2,,00 nOlI'".
demands' aicainnt the Estate nt Martha C. Calla'. the bone or bursting at the Impact Ar. Havana, .Mini., Thun..o.... Doe, p. lu. '| Ar. Miami, w..I'IIOte.' . .. . .... AW: >a, lu.
have been the bath of Hot
nan, who died In the city of IMnMolne Polk Ark. for aclatlo trying rheumatism but Springs I tbougb there appears to be literally no POUT TAM I'A-K Ie" WieST-II A V AN A. LINK. I'omnienolnit\ Jan. ft, l Il1Ir o$. B. Ollvelt. tMaaaotte.
W.. ALLEN county Iowa. on Anguete, 1901, are herebynotlaall pot
GEORGE to present the name, duly. verified and more relief from Uallard's. Snow Liniment room for such a merciful performance.In Iv.HrtTamp. Tiise, .rrl 'M"Da.. l:30a m. I l.v. Ilitvan*. Weds, 'Hat. IMon) .. ... ii-'OTp m.
authentli-ateil to the undersigned within the fact a history of the escapes In war Ar. Kev Wet'II'nea.. "Km, titan ....II\ :silo u m. I Ar Kay Went, *Weil*, *HaU, IMons... ViMlu.m.: ''
ATTORNEY AT LAW time praiirrlbeil by law or this notice will be than any medicine or anything I Lv.KeyWeat, *rnnr. ..rrl*, iHnn. ..12"MI n'n. Lv Key Wt .Weil. *Hat*. tMon. KIIKip.in.:,
pleaded In bar nt nalil rlaliin.Dateil have ever tried. Enclosed find postotHoa would be wild reading eveu after a Ar. Havana, "Wail*, 'Hat*, tMnne.S100a.n1.) | Art'irtTangsswrhum'Snn*, flue.*. 8.110p.m.:
In WEST! FLORIDA. iKm.Molnen, Iowa. March IS. inoz' Send bottle course of Muncbnusen.
at order for $1. me n large by
I MIAMI-.XAHHAU LINK roinin.nolii|" J.ini rv 0, IUOU-B. S.Trlnoe Kilwsril.
ISM EC t:.t.LASAN: ,
Will practice In the United States C. P. Inl.MKH, Southern Espr..s.. Hold by It. H. WII- .. I.v. Maid' ann., 'Thiir .. ...11 iM p m. I F.v VHHKHII. WmlnHKlnyn, ".t".I"'I. .111, .. m,
and State Courts. OjunfWT Administrators. lion & Hon.\ A I'hYKlell\n 'V rite". ... \s '''", TIIO.""'y.i rH'lnys ?.,. 1I .''I..nl ,| Ar.IIcllitklulreu.yesumlays.. tioas.ro.>
C. T. MiCurly.Ot CoiuinmioliiK rbruary H, HMM
Attorney for Bald Ailmlnlstrator. "I am desuloui of knowing .ilia profesalon I.It.II ml I Mini, Weils, Frl. .... ':'HI |p. m. I Lv "' ....au. Ttm' *. Tliiirn, Hals. .. .. .....,Km p. m.
0. FRIES C. E. i, Narrow TI... Spoil Ro..... can obtain llnrblno lu bulk fur Ar. Naoiiau, .C"..., Tliiin, nat*... ..... 0 "e a. .... | Ar. !SI IK nil, W.il.,Kil" ,duals..SltIO| C. III.

1. I of Incorporation On of the most prolific causes of prescribing purposes It bus bonn of ComnHniolnir p 'rI111!, IrtM. -,
Notice bad roads Is the of the Iftaat use to me .-Hunting class' of dyspepitU Lv. Miami. April II, A.rlll", l April' un.lKXi: |pm. I Iv, Mu..aii, April"H, A,1I10, ) April,' :M..A:nA tilu.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.! narrowness Ar. Nua, April AI'rlllll, April, M VHHI t., .... I Ar, Miami, april, I.I, April 20AprIl41, Snu: a.m.Fine .
wagon urea la common use says General brought on b., excesses or overwurk. < -
Land legally/ surveyed sub-divided. TVTOTICB IS HEREBY OIVKV THAT THE I have never known It to flIln MIAMI-KhY WEST l.llK-Ct)' '''{ ,<>ncln$ IMtremlwr in, Iwil) -M. H.' City of Key Wt.
Kipplnir/ neatly done. Estimates for .J\. uiidHrHleneil will apply t.. the Jmlice of Roy Stone. They cut out great eeturingthe HtTected to llielr i..MbmtMon.Wd.Fal...., .11 :ar ,p.m. I I.v. Key .-t'rue..Thur.Sits.Sallp.m.(
all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed the Circuit('durtInand for the Seventh. hilts, and when these .ruts are filled oiguns" Ar. 'Key W..trll', Than, Hat. !2 all> p. m. |, Ar. Mlnnil", Web' rrl, Huua, .. .60Oa.ni.
\ b..althfuillctivlty. -i"0o bottles at II. U.
lIues a Judicial Circuit of the. State of Florida onWeilufHdav with moisture they cut still deeper and Above ,lioiir" ,based on until Mnrlillan Htaiiilnril Time,sucept that shown for N.*.." I. "local', or
specialty April II, IU 2, for a charter Inunr.lontlnir Wilson .t Huns drug store' NHI' ..!!)" time
TITUSVIL.II:., Bravurd Co., FLORIDA.1V. ; the Ankoim Ankona, Brevard oountr, Florida anrordlnn Ki from tbo bottom Into mud and Munli. JscliMinvllle ria., January I, |im?. Jne' k'ouvlll, ria,
the theprovlflom Hectlon !I'J\II! Itovlneil/ Statiaeof
Florida. fiat the .proponed.. charter I'M now 80 In bad weather the ordinary: wagon No I'prlalnar, Tb.... __. _________u_____ ._ __ __ .. .. __ __. __. _
S. BURNIIAM, M. D. on ale' In the omen of the Clerk of the Circuit tire la a rutmaker and a mud mixer. i inr Elderly: Gent (clinging\ to 1111'111'-)
Court of Hrevard county, Florida.' There good condition affecting
X .... to ni-o a ninny
I The object nt \11111"0 belnir ao-
::
::;L'I GEON and SPECtALIST quire, hold. inortu.inn, !10..0. well mid control real I-'F; clNonHeIlHe. I our governmental system today -
.,........,fart r ........ "_*MiMMr_m__._.,.' luiroaHOM. .__ .. anil to erert old Unit oppreMslvo, and their
Ear, Nose and Throat. ontrolHeil maintain thereon biiil'lluic* tar per; Another ridiculous food fad has been nr/B very
imroitor worship or utlwr purpune* I rldenta branded by the most cumpetant authorllien. 1'0ntlllll"fI"P miiy some day lend to a

,W84T PALM BEAcH, Fr.oictnA all and lawful not reituiin ai-u In nit the tliurvro carrying, all.II.rr..nlllln out. of the,pure and i They have dispelled the allly notion- ; popular uprising. '

,.- 'I.""" .""."*.""'. thin one kind of Gad I is needed for brain, Ijiily (IIMI on the standing commit- 1 /

Dfi HOUOnTOVS (I.'.. T.H. M.TAWT.."IiI. .... luiuther for muacln, and still another foi reel' .- ivrliuim' but (with wltlierliiif.irlaiiiex
\\ >t. I'OXKUOY bones. A correct diet will not only nourIsh ut mule oi'cupunts of the Mcutslvon '

T. K. '.KWI.., a particular part of the body, but it would 1 ntyer look for It to ,begin/ lua 1I
FLO.ITING DENTAL APAR1'IENT UKti. A., "XAKOBB. will/ euktaln. every other part. Yet, how. Klctiinonil I I Dispatch. \
L. it. );1.111&'''> \ street Ca !
ever good your food mar be. Its nutrl. .. _

on the "Dentos," mantis destroyed. by I Indigestion or dyapepkbt. How to Cure tile Grippe. I
Notice for l-uhllc tlolI. You must prepare for their ape 1r
Now AT PALM BEACH. peaiance or prevent their coming by take Remain quietly, at home and take Cham
.. .. berlaln's Cough Remedy all dliecled and
.n. uu dose ,
rmrrir rnrnr OF TUB ; ?:>i. ". ing regular of Green's Angus I i t
.liiilli-lal. Ircnlt of !Klorlilii. and Conn, Klower the favorite medicine of the quick recovery Is sure to follow. That
Foley's Kidney Cure t). In i hanrerv. A. D. 1U<1'l. healthy million A few done aids digestion remedy counteracts any tendency: of the

rakes stimulates the liver >o healthy grippe to result lu pnmimonlu.. whlcli Is
kidneys and bladder right.VirginiaHomes. Frank E. Heath anilfchrlik
really the only serious danger. Among I'
K. .H-m-iwr.' ao action, purifies the blood, and makes you
he tens of thousands who have used It t/_ ,
executor of the w.lI..f feel buoyant and vlgorou You can get )
John Heath ilweanoil.Jotwph 11111 to PureclnaeIv Dr. (1. U. Green's relleble remedies at n. for the grippe, not one cane has ever been __ _
\14 .
P. Ill-own a* \lortlC..g. R. Wilson & Sun'!: .. Get Greou'i Special reported that did not recover for sale
inlniHtrator "f the Almanac. by all druggists I and medicine dealers I
rate of .Julia C'. \,.. a'I'J I IT
,lm.eased. ot al. -- -
To Frank M. W"lIe.I,* F.M Welles, hi*wife) .a..I..cJ r-irilller. How. to M.!.. nine.

roo I learn. all about Virginia Lands Frank C'. Wei e., Mrilnia. and A.KmtenU Welle.Welto Hnr. .A.fFast "Ton wretch: You nilseronnt! Yoi. To produce liquid glue which will

'Its i 'sources, products, mode! of cud W..UP.. .LmitteVellij.N f : h IUnii worst of villains! exclaimed the hero keep for year break places of !glue :

ti.M&iinn' prices etc, by reading\ theVirginia (' awny. a Wrtunxt"mnidtNew.JearartahIng *.. Inc II t rehearHiil. nod place In a bottle with some whis,
Farmer. Send lOcts. olllcellt N" ai 1 MiirrU itreet. Jersey City,
I an Cork tightly and set aside for a
'' N. ,1. The! heavy, villain who bad just joined ky.
'months subscription to the lenppenringbythertfldavltnf, the enmplsln.anu the looked few days This should l be ready for
company patiently
*' aggrieved /
nor Co., Emporl. Va. Iliad with Hie ,In the above ,
attorney, 1111..inthelM..fof|| the amen each of and said: use without the application" of heat ox l I

!sANNER sales.von ......101., without the HUteof, and Irwls thai[ Frank., and C.Woll. at. "Excuse me. In that In the part or are cept lu very cold weather when :lie y' ; /
SALVE the aldresa'' IIlvell "$%& bottle should be pfaceil lu hot water
W..lle.
.... Virginia A. tira e A. you acting as stage manager* -Washington
the most healing salve in the _or'd.' Ln.. Uellp*, nnii I-nzenia: tVelto. are enderand M Star.Dewnre for a few minutes before using tinBlue. / i
Frank
- th'tt Frank M. \\.lIe.|| and Mr 1
Wells hi* wife are over twntone year of 1/ I : I
of Ointment for Catarrh
ear. 1
60 YEARS' alto\ therefore or.li-reil that yon and e.rb of Th. Itoat TrrM-rlptlon foe )Malaria

2.EXPERIENCE r.1: !: :.!',";....to,,,tlie the bill fl rkoffice of complaint' \In thlsenurt nle.l In the In that Contain i Mercury, Chills! and Fever I. a bottle of (!ro".'. ( '

pk TYt.a1nYr.vHta.i..rl.li.u," nihel4th day or April. a* mercury will sorely destroy the sense Tasteless Chill Toidc. it Is simply Iron
oTRACx | of smell and! completely derange the and quinine In n tasteless turn No
-Thi. order. will, lie piiliHnlio'l In the v."ot Cure N'o Cure. Puce r.cktll. "
when
whole
with a. little iM.y an mat he. system entering It throughthe : L /
,C.'T wow,1 et ,.Ht for rr four eon.erutive w....... and a mucous surface Such articles S I R ]vN :11
nee a of It riled 4t tlw d.a.r of the Court Ilrnlse should never be used except on prescriptions A. F.aU..t. of Society. ,
:r'tt' .; r ', end : : mala.l to each oftiHvllle.
: .1
ropy I
drfendait. .t tile ........- ....n from reputable physician, .. the A son m-You don't core much f MARKS Wnve thu shave. within twenty Ale> f nra thin .Iate. damage they will do Is tea fold to the do YOll1CraLLeNo. ;
ordered at the ('I..rk'o Ualca at TI good can possibly\ derive from them.hall' .
s. DESIGNS Dune' .nd of WJrcn, A. U. you Society U nothing bot a
'If COPYfttoHTS &c. .')..rl'lII. thl ISthlay Catarrh Lure, manufactured by F. ridiculous school where nobody r { t
every
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:''r,dng::: nor a.SNM.nil opOo.n' fret Ar.rnrtI'.1...'' ..;.'Ri1.r ..) l/IrJ.! A. A. STBWtBTfc. Cheney & Co., Toledo <_>? contain no' If taught to try to Ite somebody.-riiil- __
and I.I taken
"UISPetagency'"".,atl1elnliL 111emjh.nn,Pet., feu 11101,1 V'(.' Fy O. A. tewartr. iV. C. directly mercury,upon the blood Internally sod mucous, acting surfaces / i adelpLta I'rE'."

S amen : for.eewnngpat.ou.Maon: A Co. retgir. of the system. In buying Hall's -.- -- ._ __ h __ _
Clyde SteaninlilP Line. Catarrh CUM be sure you get the /genuine.It 64L1
eSci4iifir Rmerican. Is taken Internally end Is made In Toledo

A' t'''.a.I via the Clyde Ohio by f. J. Cheney (;0., Testimonials Job Work Quickly ExecutedAT
'lllnar.fM we.kly. L.rr..tdr and reservations
., an,.s.tentlecInI "".,. Terma.3. Tickets be secured free. J3T ?oldl by drugelsU.. This( signature Is on every box of tbe feaalne J
M V h.L Sot. by it e.weh.dere. Steamship Line can fcehTl- price 73cts per bottle. Halt's Family Laxative Bromo-Quinine 'J'ahl.u
'NN"r U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE: tills are the best.
5p waahlosEuw York U>. remedy tlut cures m coW I" day THE ADVOCATE OFFICE
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JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM.: M. DROWN, Vice

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. Rockledge. New 2-Pierce Summer SuitsJust O. S. SCHUYLKR, Cashier. -Preeid

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,,I tWUIILY Mr. and Mrs. Averlll and :Mrs. Pettee INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
A. JOOBHAb DBVOTBD TO fUM: DftfOFMKMT left, this week for their Wisconsin home. !
1 Otr THS I .I>IAN BITCH, LABB
WORTH AMD BIHOAVHIt BAY BWYTross. Mrs. Henry Keyser has arrived from received. New
New York to be with her mother, Mrs pattern la FLANNELS, COUNTY DEPOSITQRY.I .

Address. all communication to Dardonvllle. 4 Authorized
Casaipleresand WorstedIn capital, $1 i 00
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Mr. and Mr*. Frank Carter who have also the I Paid up capital. C
plain good; $2s:
+ TITOSVILLB FLOBIDA. spent the winter here, have returned to i -C c
their home In Oberlin, Ohio. Q new' stripes, which wilt -= Average deposits, $ I 11\ipC

1 -- DELEGA-TES --- Tarry E. Pettee aDd L. B. Cole have III be universally worn every I

THE BOER gone to Saratoga, but their wives remain 1 / where this season. Our I Transacts a General Banki!

+, r to go with L, 1*. Pottee's// amily. I price are lower than ,

.l Mr.\ Thomas! Grant, a prominent Mrs. Porter and Miss Alice Porter, of ever before. 500 lulta to i :,,',' Business
and wealthy Chfcl1 olan. in a recent Cincinnati! who have spent the past dispose of, are bound to I ,"
open letter to tho Hoer delegates month here, have left on the return trip please you S=' L..
Largest and Oldest Bank
I j fl'i' to this country Add : "You home. Our new Block of Straw 3' on the Rid ;
issued what call on 'ultimatum' Miss Mildred Harrison enjoyed a cruise ) + {, Exchange bought and sold }
,, ll: you down the river the first of the week. Goods Is complete. All n r Countries. on nil IT lent> '

to Groat Britain, commanding her tike was the guests of Mr. and Mrs / new and nobby shapes ; 'O : --
i II withdraw her few troops from Houston. '
'Ii to and Mocks. t i'atronageappreolated. Prompt "' .
'"(' in Africa within I. treatment and every favor con.|Htan 'It.r, .
much ;
'I"'l lii her own territory The ADVOCATE has been sought Ladle., Misses and '"y ervauve tanking. '
t a given number of clays. She did after In Kocklailfte, / this winter, and there Children's factory made arantedCORRESPONDENTS
lr'"! are very few,who do not know "the pink ''l Seaboard.
do and National Rank
not ao, you-who were fully of Florida t ( Shoes. Prices to suit of New ) irk
*: for and armed to the paper ; % NaUoaa111ankofJackeonvltle. Fiur "
: prepared war, book.
rf any pocket
tl Joe Is taking great ecljoy-
teeth-immediately declared war Middleby / and assort rj'jSVaLLE, FL 1.
A grand
new
'J ment with his handsome new launch, /
against Great Britain invaded the ---- ------- ------
i and takes large parties out for a spin ment of men's Bathing -- --

;, k' I 1t nearest British territory took forcible nearly every line day. .. .... -- Suits.

," ,d')' possession of it, annexed it by Bicyclists are warned to keep off the :THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN1
)Mall< orders receive our special attention.
,}i' ;. proclamation to your own country, sidewalks. they being made especiallyfor
f f ,i'I established local governments, lev- pedestrians and their protection;and
R. W. TitUSYJlle.is.
this law Is going to bo enforced. RHODES Clothier and Furnisher .
'';' led heavy taxes on the British inhabitants Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime Cement

a and acted as absolute All our orange: growers have smiling __ .- _____ __ __u_____ ------ ,
caused bloom their -----------
L 1'i, ''I owners of the country. You were laces, byte Heavy -
-;: ': the aggressors In every way the groves are putting/ forth the and are predicting It'I. hoped that the Doctor will see has been riding It around without alter, Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick

1 L>1 I., declarers of war ac-alnat Enaland : a heavy crop coming season. its way to return to us early the. coming bridle or saddle. Paring .....
n L. Ff Pettee of New York l.. all, If not sooner.
a
; ;-ant : very Miss Alma Franwen and :Mrs. Camp-
; and n6w you our sympathy. for he Is making Offices foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida.
progressive citizen always ,
v Air. and Mrs. Johnson, of Olean, N. bell drove to Fort 1'ierce on Monday. Telephone, 2
This won't do of the
gentlemen Improvements on bill fine property Y. domiciled
are at Taylor's, for a boll-
Boer delegation. The Amerloan Among other things, he I Is now having a day. They are most delightful acquaintances ; Archie Hosier of Jensen, was here the J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
breakwater and wharf built. first part of the week, looking after hisfather'
people are cot quite such fools as and express themselves as much ----- ------ -
i'' J you think. But for the aid England Cottages were In groat demand the pleased with our town, and its facilities Interests.
''r'4 the Kaffirs would past season, and people are appreciating for health and amusement. When you want good, reliable news,
gave you &
have all front the face Uockledge more than ever. This pretty Miss Beach, of Buffalo, left for homeon read the pink paper. As an advertising MeMurray Baker
.
j wiped
I you and natural little spot on Indian River medium stands.. In the front rank. ,
Monday last St.
stopping Augus-
of the earth.". And now President
Is the boom and cannot be
on stopped.
tine en route. M las Beach goes via Savannah : Our Club met last Saturday eveningand
( Roosevelt wisely tells these Boer Arthur L. Marsh proprietor of Hotel and the O. S. 8. Co. We wish made arrangt ments for a bean danceto 4O1>413 East Bay Street. .. Jacksonville Florida.
delegates that the. United States I Indian River ;has everything in fine her a happy voyage and a safe return to be held on Monday evening, the. 31st .
government .oinnot and will not shape for the 'closing of the hote). He her Eau Oallle friends the coming fall. of March.F. Headquarters for-

interfere in the war brought on expects to leave for the north this week. During the week the Eden here on
by past following G. McMullin, o( was
themselves. We predict a very successful season for amusements were on the program and Saturday 'last, looking over his orange; Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycle
his back.hotel next winter, and 'welcome him duly carried out On Sunday, a trip to /grove and overseeing some work he is ,

the beach; Monday an evening at the having done.Another and Sundries.
i THE large sale of lands In Osce- Mrs. Jules Dardouvllle, of New York, I Il Lodge, the residence of J. E. M. Hodg .
ola and Brevard counties to Mr. G. l Is lying at the point of death (Tuesday) son; Tuesday an evening at cards, at of new schoolmaster arrival here, at C.the II.home Gar- "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your whe
our worthy ,
at Riverside cottage and the sympathyof Mrs. Alnesworth's
Wednesday sailing
;
W. Hopkins recently shows that their friends go out to them In their party; Thursday, cards and prizes at the rett. It Is a baby girl, and mother and at short notice.
4'i, this section is by no means dead. hour of trouble. Dr. Hewlett has been Avllah rooms; Friday, cards and dancingat child are doing'well.

Mr.\ Hopkins will use most of the In constant attendance, also neighboring Avllah rooms, hostesses the Misses Attorney A. J. Lewis of West Palm ------------

82,000 acres purchased by him for friends., Rose and Nelda Itochsler; Saturday: evening Beach, a former resident of this place,

i ,'IA raising One stock and cattle. Asa The Plaza and New Rookledge hotels mu.lo. cards, etc., at the residence was a recent visitor, and his many old- DUPONT& MIDDLETON.
have been running fairly! well tilled this of Mrs. I. U. Gilbert; Sunday, a trip to time! friends were pleased! to see him. .
stock country the two above week, and the way people hang to theRe old ocean beach, via yawl Priscess Capt.'
t named counties excel), and there is places does not look as If they would Gilbert In command, Miss Wood at. the J.. G. Jay, of Southington, 0., who -DEALERS IN-
the winter at
has been Orange
spending
t ,i'' no reason why Mr. Hopkins shoult close for 'some time. No wonder, the wheel. lookingover '
City, was here a few days ago,
not be eminently successful in the managers of these hotels( are the beet of some land. He was much pleased YELLOW PINE LUMBER

enterprise ha has undertaken.. _Nnw__ .. hotel men. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys with the appearance und prospects. of
'+ Can any of the ADVOCATE readers tell and bladder rl&ht. Contains nothing In- White City.Extensive. GOSLINGSVILLE; FLA.
let some one else buy up some good why the F. K. U, Ity. Co. does not oil jurious. 13. R. Wilson tfc Son. t :

hammock land, and go to railing sprinkle the railroad track, and give the preparations have been made Our saw mill is located at Wawa on the St., I.ucle Hirer, 201 miles south i
also would little their travelsup fur the observance of Easter Sunday
',., sugar cane. That pay. patrons and a down comfort the East In Coast, the same White City.Mr. our- Sunday; \ bohool.:-The exercises-will! Jacksonville and we are now ready to receive orders, quote prices and make qulc

M1 as northern railroads ,dfor Instance, begin at 10 o'clock a. m. There will also delivery, either by rail or water transportation.
TUB dispensary Is receiving much tbe Delaware & Hudson River Railroad\? be an Easter egg hunt on Saturday

} attention from the press at present.We The Association's sprinkling cart Is and Mrs. Bemenderfer were calling afternoon residence, In the woods near Mr. Dutton'S DUPONT A1IDDLETON.. Gosllngsvllle Kin.
on friends Sunday: afternoon.
can not believe our legislators doing !good work, and the Associationhas - -- --.- -
will seriously entertain the dispensary made a great provement In laying: Mrs. Oustafien gave a very enjoyable Messrs. Austin and BIngdopt ha.ebeen
b proposition. Tillman has such a beautiful sidewalk, and making: party at their home last Thursday after shipping some of the finest cabbage
I'alllelln Floilda. If do not believe Best Material
such marked Improvements on tbe road. noon. ever you lowest Prices]
i built a political oligarchy out of May the Association long and pros It, just oome here and let us dropa
the dispensary in South Carolina per. Great credit Is also due Mr. Clark There was a stray horse la town for. few bead on your feet' and you will
several days this week much to the delight hard and
and Florida can hardly afford to In his efforts and untiring zeal In the!! quickly decide that they are
of one of our young ladies, who and of the right size.
heavy enough,
i, follow suit. We do not want a Improvements; also several others. QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.

whiskey ring established in this Mrs. R. U. Patterson who has lived

State, and all our influence if we here off and on since 188(1( has left us, LIVE OAK.
for /good. She has gone to Bond Lumber Co. Titusville
have any will be directed against Black ]
Mountain, N. O., where she expects -
the dispensary for Florida. to pass the summer with her son Hotel Oakes LIVE OAK, FLA. ,

r tf and his family. Alias Grace,! ;Patterson, A Trial Order Will Convince.
who has been laid up at her brother's Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial traveler. It .

INDIANOLA PICNIC. for the past seven months with a sprained Is the moat liberally conducted hotel of Its price In the I State.:! The.hotel has S. G. VANLANDINGIIAM, Manager; -, Tltusville, Fla.
ankle Is getting/ a little better and will, been thoroughly renovated,.refurnished and painted. Everything new and
i Judging from the crowd assembled at doubtless continue tu Improve under her first-class. J. RUSSELL: MOORE:, Proprietor.
the annual March jdonlo at Indlanola, on mother's caie. Mr. Patterson Is still
the 21st, there Is evidently no abatement here, but expects to sell his place and ---,----------.----------------- ----- ----------.
In the Intercut taken In the unique and leave In few days. It Is with

', the enjoyable seiuion occasion In this section which ,Is and the event congregates of that we see a the family leave. regret A Beautiful Cable Piano Given! Away Free. .fflasury's Paints

the citizens and tourists from the .
.fl 1'' near by towns and gives them an onoor- The Vice of Nagging To advertise our builnms In Florida,we will give away FREE!: one of our line make of rianns_a .
ll s tunlty to exchange: greetings and have a Clouds the happiness of the home but style "T" Mahogany Cable. Thin Is all you have to do to get"hanoe to get A. YIANU FREE::
j If have In and ,ct one, call at our store and
Piano to can
you no your borne ever exp buy you reir ARE
good social time us well as lots of fun often needs. THE BEST. SOLD BYGERGE
She
nagging/ woman help. tout your name on our book opposite a number, This includes one member or every family who
and a big dinner that Is free to everybody. may be so nervous and run down In health has no Piano. Also Include una member of any family who has an old upright, square piano or ;
before the and organ: to trade for a new Piano. On May Lard we wll put all the. numbers In a box and have a cllfltiiutreoMil -
I Long noon spacious that trllles annoy ber. If she Is melancholy committee,consisting t our Mayor Mr. D. U.Fletcher. and two other prominent ott F_, :P.A.J:: :>:: ISON.
l shady grounds of M. J. R. Field were excitable, troubled with loss of wins to draw a the ;:.It. The name opposite the luoky number willi. the nr.AUTi.FUL .
well filled with the pleasure seekers. appetite, headache sleeplessness, oonstl- CABLE PIANO rrtK'c:. THE LUMBERMAN.EAU .
lr' { The clay pigeon shooting target practice, patlon or fainting and dizzy spells, she Every person tu. the Stateof Florida shall have a chance at thin Piano. It you do not live InJaolcaonvllle
all yon have to do Is to put your name on a poiital card and tend to us. Our book GALLIE:, FLORIDA.
knocking down the nigger babies Ice need Electric Bitters, the most wonderful keeper will plan your name the book and we will send you a card' by return mall, giving you
cream and soda water stands were doing remedy'for ailing women. Thousandsof your number. Ho not let I Ink you from buying la" Piano during our Cut Price Sale that la now -
i a flourishing business, and at little past sufferers from female troubles, nervous going. on,for If you are the lucky one and draw thl.* Piano,we will take back the Piano you buy :
.
t noon the hungry guests appetites were troubles, backache and weak kidneys and rotund your 1U0" H. A. HODGES.
THE CABLE COMPANY, Frank Chase, Manager. ...
appeared by a splendid dinner which the have used It, and become healthy
sod Went 8treet.J..1i.n.m.. : ,Fia.J. .
Manufacturers of Pianos 3io. 110 Bay
ladles of this section excel In, and could and happy. Try It. Only CO cents J. U.ticreven Organs. Manufacturer of

give a few points to many a hotel chef. guarantee satisfaction ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... \
footranee H.-OETOEX. ED. OETOEN',
ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit; and Vegetable Crate! rl

and Dr. II111 and Mr. Crawford both had j Eau Gallie. OETGEN & OETGEN Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building I"! ,
their pockets full of silver, which of Florida I
i deep auy part would do well to write for price The saw mills are located
;( enabled the kids. of runable ago to securea at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to inyl ,1
coveted prize. The wheelbarrow sack Mulberries are now ripe and being JACKSONVILLE, FLA. part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, y'a
''j 1 and barrel races, also the threeleggedrace i freely used by our townspeople.Mrs. IJ,
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created lots of amusement. The i J, C. Clark and song James, of Commission Merchants --= "

1'I tujts-of-war were also very Interesting.The Olean, left for Washington, D C., en "
Official House of The
cotoloned Supply Illinois Fishermen's
pig being fat and lazy was route home on Monday last Association.
too ensily'cruijflit, and the /greased pole We respectfully solicit consignments of all kinds-Early Vegetables, Fruits T,
4l''' was too slippery for the boys, causing '1'helaunob Dawn of Melbourne Beach, The Chicago Net and Twine Co. L
,, tho winner to Jump In the river and sand was at Hodgson's yard, this week for Produce, Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Furs, Skins, Wool, Beeswax, Honey Syrup, Salted r
Ms clothes before he could climb It. The some small repairs to her machinery c
i t', new feature, the cocking main, the birds :Mrs. Diddle and Ms Wood, of Philadelphia Fish, Fish Roe, etc., and make quick returns the same day your consignment is sold' Manufacturer of- >
a 'wearing onions Instead of gads to bide -s '
are staying at the Granada for TAGS AND STENCILS ARE FREE. J'
tholr swords
was enjoyable and H
very
the season Miss Wood Is a great favorite
comparatively bloodless. The sports .. .. a 1
In Eau Gallle society.31r.ChnslesC.LaddandMrs. --" -- q
winding with beef shoot and 1J
a few
/ up a O J
i of the Imlionohi light horse /guards trying \ .Ladd. sr.. ..... "
it I to pull! olf an need and infirm roost. of UutTalo left for home Tuesday fast.Mr. The Buffalo Gasoline Motor. .... 2 V cafr : 1I'
er's head, which was eucce.llfuUaccom. and Mrs. Ladd were at the' Indian' >
plished after several vain endeavors.The Klver Inn while la Eats Uallle.W. 5 f

picnic was a social, pleasurableand It, Munn of Holyoke, Mass., will HYDRA semi-dry BATTERIES. THE ,<\UTOSPARKER.GEO. '
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4: ball,financial In the success.evening We In tho were tnstlfully told the leave been a iis winter early guest this 'week.of tau Mr.Gallie Munn for has six R. WALLACE. Agent. West Palm Beach, Fla. = *) i

i; decorated and well-tilled club-houxo, was years and returns early next fall. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description. r,
I eclipsed by none of the swell ones this Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord :
II
Etc.
Mrs. J. V. S. Coon anti Miss Faith J. Rope, 1
ri season. Ocklawaha River and Silver Springs Steamers.LUCAS' Originatoreof Wholesale' Prices
direct to the Fishermen.
Coon left for Syracuse, N. Y., on Mon 70-81-83
Would Smash the Club.- day last. :Miss Coon will be much E. Indiana St. Chicago, Ill.
It members of the "Hay Fever Associa. missed In. our social and< church functions XEW LINE.. ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter...

,t tion" would HMO Dr. King's New Discovery la which she took a prominent part. The Steamer: Mctamora, of the Lucas New Line, started her winter scheduleup _We are Member of the inolaFlllhermen'lI .
(, for Consumption the club would go the Ocklawaha River to Silver Springs on Tuesday: Feb. 18th, and Is now makIng Association.WHITE'S -
is la
!it, l to pieces, for it this malady, TJie: steamer Kathleen been again tile commission loealInlpoctor' three trips a week, leaving Palatka Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at _
and Asthma-the kind that bailies the and. has through this week. The 12:30: p, m., after arrival of train from Jacksonville and St. Angustln Returning -4 __ ,
doctors-It wholly drives from the sys- supervision been furnished with will leave Silver !Springs\ on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 13:30 p. m., after
vessel has a new
Thousands of once-hopeless sufferers arrival of trains from Tampa, Orlando and Ocala. CREAMVERMIFUCE V

r from consumption,pneumonia and powerful boiler. Round Trip 9I2.OO Including Meals and Berth. \VoRMs !, !

roachltls owe their lives and health to Dr.Hazlewoodof Grand Rapids,Mich., alatka to Sliver Springs, $7OOSilver Springs to Palatka e.OO .
;' It. It conquers grippe, saves little ones who spent the winter here"" has been Eatb. u..tlty. satin Q -'t'
from croup and whooping couth; and Is called home, leaving on Monday last The Metamora Is tue largest and best boat on the river and manned by the most
Ir'i positively guaranteed for all throat and Dr. Uazlewooil has become very popular skillful men. Table unexcelled. For reservations! telegraph or write.J. For 20 Years Has; Led ail Worm Remedies t

lung troubles fiOo. and .1. Trial bottles and will be much missed by the friendshe It. HAUGHTON', Gen. Agent. J. E. LUCAS, O. M. /SeOLD. DY .A.XJX x 1 ."'CitCitZor_. I 1
i tree at J. B. SOreYeO'm..P bad made during his short stay with Office at Drug Store, corner Lemon and First" street, Palatka, Fla. PMpared by-.,.., JAMES F. BALLARD St.1IM Louis. I.,

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Eden. GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.
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1 .... at Mrs.cards Curtis last Tuesday entertained evening.her neighbors + 1VI.A. BR: <>S';


Senator McWilliams was a pleusan t The Finest CakeIs Wholesale Dealers In

visitor to this place last Tuesday! GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE

If. W. ,, '
Bessey were
fromrStuarttto
; visit Mr. Ireland's tam =-=-=--=--=. -- ;- :- -- -:::-::-:=::c-

Ily, on Sunday. '
Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE! FLA.
made with Bak-
Mr. and Mrs F. B. Richards drove to Royal '

Fort Pierce last Friday, and spent the ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.
,,> .>*>> day with Mrs. Geo. Saunders .

SPECIALIST. F: McMullen purchased horse las ing Powder. Always light -

eye Jacksonville HaJST week. There are three white horses now We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

f B y gtrcot. -. In this settlement, and of course oach guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feod. AVe want

owner thinks his is the whitest sweet & wholesome.Tibbals. your Oranges. pure .
AND WEST PALM BEACH. Mrs. E. A. Ireland Is now rejoicing In MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.nr .

the possession a neat, trim, little turn We only Sell to Denlvrs.Melbourne. .

f out, and Is taking advantage: of the pleas i r
Roscoe __ ------- -- -- ------ -- ------ ----- ------ ---
,lj R theirhLakeside aria ant weather by driving about daily. c ____----- -- ---------
::-e j'to home, a .
, We are making large dally Georgiana. '
River shipments \
on Indian Ankona.Mr.'and
.*nt e1Mies of beans and .
hi\lliarge frlllt Interests. pines The latter are bring:
sin later. Ing fancy prices, which will comfort ue IIGtHJ)1C <
yon7 will return when there Is a slump In the market Archdeacon A ootmtrtt-Real! K tAte and t.cwnn, F. W. Munson Is seriously with Inflammation
Brown Fred Hudson end
the of Mrs family
bas had Baboock Fire next July was guest: Airflnt for .4Ctna, Inmlnn and Liverpool 1 end of the stomach, but his many
,otWblIldin Mr. and Mrs W. II. Harris last Saturday of Tlbbuls welcome visitors on :
,
I wooden boxes placed were tlol, rmvlilmutn Washington, and Nun Fir friends
for
his
-dlhpra, In Mrs. J. Bachus, of Jensen, entertained and Sunday Monday Iiimiranro. Hperlal ttniittuu paid to the hope speedy recovery.
aieniimt points about the town and the Point Lake Club v Intoruntii of uuii raAldontii. J.
last W. Brliner and Miss
mnged that they can be easily open. Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs A. D. Merwln. of Eden, The Ankona Fish Co.. condncted by ------ ------ daughter,
and Mrs Amy Blake, Mrs. Ie IKVI'KL IU.KTtIN..ul."n the year round I>ollKhtful Winnie Dixon, wont to TUusvlllo! Tuesday
of fire before the were guests of Mr. and Mr W. H. Harris C. S. !Jahney, closed Its doors for the
,beuao ecaobebrought Touroeau and Miss Brown went down last upot K> uponil winter or utmnftr. t.n. to visit Wlnnlo'sIocls) ,. Dr. John
Into use. for their usual lesson. Tucsd.iy! season, Monday. rated on high| omIT overlooking the InlIaliRiver. M. Dlxon.
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Term moderate.f'aANK
West Side has had more than ItsIpatmnage The Ladles' Ten Club will be held at :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Drlen and children ltoni RT Of,Pt'(>l'rletor.
. Saturday afternoon Mr. Perk took the niialsters-.
few small hotels Chas Mast took a the home of M Jo. of Fort Pierce welcome .
J. Luce Wednesday
, The on were among our -----
j I party of friends for Boder and Rev. 'Rock-
sail Teuipleton
a to the beach
and afternoon .. visitors last Hunday. Subscilptlons: for the nVOOA TIC,
filled to overflowing, every next. ,
been and on the following day 8. J. Ru&seli the pink pnpor of the East Coast, will be lodge on :Monday, to take.lho train for
did likewise They had supper ou thl :Mrs HendrlcltBou of Paluesvllln, O., New subscribers are continually rolling received tit the Melbourne POlitO moo. their homo
echos18| beach, and returned by moonlight. who has been spending several months In for the ADvoCATE which l Is get. Allan Clement arrived Monday at his

MtenHive accommodations for next W. W. Luce expects to leave soon for with her son at Palm Beach, arrived here ting more popular than ever. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Irwin of Chicago, father's lovely home on a visit About

n and hopes to have a hotel built, l\1IUUljto! take position as export pack Sunday Mrs. E.,J.where Luce she fora will few be weeks.the guest 'of 'Miss Alice SayW\ gave ft most enjoyable are still enjoying life In their Melbourne fifteen of their friends are visiting them

.ill meet the demands of those who Sleigh. He Is a very popular I "Ping-Pong$ party" In honor of her cottage. present. The addition, to the house

I winter on this side, before then young man, a very deep thinker, snit Is Much to the regret of their hosts of !guest, Miss Margaret Dilllnger, of Allentown E. P. Branch spent last week at the Is neatly finished. "' i' ,

of 100:1! >:l opens nearly always In a brown study. Ho Is friends and relatlxes, Mr. and Mrs. Wru. Pa.Benj. Mount Dora chautaiiqua, where be de llervey Bower came up from 'alm

Maddock and party, .who sure to make his mark in the world. Jennings, two soon and mother returnedto Fenton and II. J, Schoeman, of livered some Interesting lectures.Oeo. Bench two weeks ago, to visit home
,Alice Mrs. H. their home in Harrlsburg, Pa., last Buffalo, N. V, recently! spent several folks. He Is quite 111 at his father's and
R. Rlcou of
been guests of the Royal Poinolana Jensen, entertained Monday, after a two weeks' visit with at bunk residence of Mrs Powell, of Chicago, and Chas; ,
days Sunny !
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seasons, have Just return- the Tea Club last Wednesday atternuon. Dr., Chambers Is doing all bocan. for
,nd other Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings Emma M. Saylor.Mrs.ioorgo Faran, of Cincinnati, are two of the pleasant .
,mi month's stay at Hotel Colonial, Mesdames John Miller, W K. gentlemen guests of Hotel Car eton.Irl. him.
the terms Richards J. II. LeTourneau O. RobInson After a couple of weeks visit wlth'MIss entertained most and
+m They speak In highest A. larger Mrs. Mary Bailey niece Miss\(\ Ma
climate, social conditions and the W F. Wolfe, ,S. F. Webb J. OWey Alice Saylor, of Ankoim, Mis Margie; delightfully at a chicken and wattle sup !\ Nnglo and Miss Carrie Irwin have mie Holmes, attended the quarterly hereon

live manner In which Manager Bereats and the Misses Brown,' /plough, Dilllnger, of Allentown P..., returned l to per, Friday! evening, the 14ih Inst., in left for Chicago, where Miss Carrie will Saturday and /Sunday: and visited
Ms guests. Every evening Miller and Webb, of this place, attended this place, Tuesday, where she will be honor.. of Arthur Haeger's birthday. resume her school studies Thoy are friends until Tuesday. Quito number
entertainment I I. provided, and Archdeacon the /guest 01 Mrs. It. Jennings for some mlssod here. were hero from Indianola..
B. F. Brown conducted Crate material already beginning to
comfort Is anticipated for the tarnojournlag time. We' are delighted to have Miss Hon. H. H. and wife of Booch
service at St. Paul's on Sunday. There Dilllnger back In our social circles again come In by car loads, and II tbe delight; Spencer Morris Holmes, only brother of Dr.
there. was a large congregation and the services fully warm weather continues, train wood months 111., who have spent the past five Geo. W. Holmes, died; at City Point on

,departure of Mr. Joseph Jefferson, were very Interesting. The singing l led The Tibbals Bathing Club was entertained loads of fruit. will soon be traveling In so plonsnntly among us left on Friday, and was burled here on 8atur-
1 27th, from Palm Beach makes by Mrs. Hudson, was very good. Master last Thursday, by Mrs.Fred Hudson the other direction. Wednesday for the uoith.Mrs. day. Funeral services were conducted

blank in the social life, as Mr. Reginald Waters! mado his first appearance at the Club house, by giving a St. C. T. West old time resident of T.ystor and sister, Mrs. Meehan, by the Rev, R. B. Templeton. The bereaved -
in ,as cornetist In and l did Patrick party, which was much enjoyed an wife and relatives have the
wn always a prominent figure church Ankona here of Germantown, Ira., left) on Monday for / sympathy
passed through calling on
,
'" his and finely. by all. The first prize was awarded to of their friends and
mart set, and ready wit old friends, and noting the many changes their northern home. They will bo I many here
iblllty, to all conditions, make him A. C. Fisher, who spent several days, matching Mrs Byron the Webster, who number succeeded of colors in which have occurred since his last visit. missed by their friends In town. elsewhere

(ftbe most congenial companions last week, very delightfully In Eden, Is and her husband greatest the Ho left for'his home In Melbourne, Wednesday The Mackworth party are again at the A short time 'ego someone passing.
,!Ie, At his departure we raise the now back in his home In Boston lie got booby. morning.A Carleton, after a pleasant visit to Cubr along the road throw a cigar stamp or 1

;cup," and wish him a prosperous visited Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain Our pineapple and vegetable growersare and other points south but we are glad !Hunted match In time scrub near Mr. Illscook's -
i and an early return to Palm Beach and other points of interest on the way, now receiving numerous calls from party Including :!tr. and Mrs Alfred to see them return to Melbourne. place, which soonulevoloped' Into
"it legion of friends. and carried home with him many Interesting commission dealers from the northern Saeger and Mrs. James Mosser of Allentown a big binxe,' which torloiisly threatened. ,

, of week souvenirs and pleasant recollections markets, soliciting consignments of fruit Penn., and Mrs. Henry Mosser, ofWilhlmsvol.t. Never has Melbourne hail so many the house for a time. But almost everyone -
only a question a or more
i and of his visit south. and vegetables. It Is very difficult to understand -' Penn, who were the guestsof visitors as the past season Tho hotel... In town rll.h.,1 to help extinguish +
the famous Koyal Potnclaaa how each and of them Mrs. E. M Haylor for several days, and homos of our people have been fill ;
one the fl.unrsyhllellght
every fnst-sirundlnir
Bakers will be like a, banquet ball Miss Paddock and Miss\ Fay, two of and who have been travelling through |
can have decidedly the host facilities for : to ovoiflowing.Veneudtnoio cottages Hie before lof,... Illsouok's
hug help came
id, and "closed door, will be the the pleasant visitors at the Netherhy! Florida and Cuba, were loud In their .and hotel.
handling tlnd the a large .
our can get us dress caught lire several times. Tho
,riling on the walls. The season, went to I'alm Beach for a visit at the praises of the beauties of Indian River
xa whole, has been successful.iflnished Breakers, last week. When the train jest prices. John F. Powell]) Is beautifying his blurt person whoso carelessly started. the lire
+ condition of the grounds reached Wawa some miscreant threw a Archdeacon Brown held services In St. The justly popular river drive Is being property by setting out some fruit and limilil\ certainly send her a new' dress

,lye detracted somewhat from the bunch of oyster shells, which Clashed Caul's church, last Sunday to a large thoroughly; enjoved by people from our hade trees. It would IM well for Melbourne anil apron ns M slight recompense, as they

easure of the tourists, yet Jt may through the window and landed In the congregation: who wish to express their neighboring: towns, as well as by Ankona If those owning lots would plan! both were burled Her fuce 'wns also*

oen, compensated for by the lavish next chair, :No 13 (they had 9{ and 111.) thanks to Mrs. K. bI. Hudson the organ. lies. The perfect weather tempts every- trees, either fruit or shade slightly burned. ,
, extended to those who are it Is number tat and Reginald Waters who one out Into the fresh air, and the Improvements -
illty Perhaps not an unlucky accompanied On Saturday last, Capt. Claude, Beau-
,its enough to belong to the sea but-. her with the cornet, fur the elegant going on In every direction jean took to Pelican Island, In the launch La grippe cough yield quickly\ to thewonderful
charmed set," who are bidden to launch music furnished by them. Nothing keeps up an Interest throughout the dilative qualities of Foloy's
A party of sixteen young men and Is Dawn, a large party of visitors. This Is
lal functions for which .this re and ladles, chaperoned by Mrs. C. A. will help more to build up a oongrega the journey It little imagination less' or are one of tho most Interesting places to visiton Honey and Titr. There U nothing else

noted. Robinson, attended the masquerade at tlon than good music and ./wrtt Interest. wherever mosquitoes there IB a strip of shell numerous road ? the Kant< Coast: No one should miss "Just as good." J). It. Wilson A Bon.UHAf. .

the Fort Pierce hotel on Monday night.$ Ing seimons. this trip who comes to Indian River, +
They reports very enjoyable ti me. There One of the bal A good shower of rain would help all '
grandest masquerade s 1CSTATK FOItMALU.As .
Hobe Sound. Mn and Mrs. W. Ansley, of New York,
were between one hundred and fifty and that the writer 1ms had the pleasure of kinds of vegetation; but most of us have Carleton
ef Hotel the
hundred In attendance. The lived here too long to expect anything were guests past ,
two people attending: for a long time, was /given last '
week. Mr. Uisley was a guest at Foun.
\. Snider has returned from a costumes were all good. S. J. Russell Monday night by 41 r. and Mm. Frank but dry weather at this season of the lain Heights ten years ago and held such Administrators of the Estate of
is call to Palm Beach. received a prize-and thank fortune for Tyler, the genial managers: of the Fort year. Regularly, for the past fifteen. pleasant recollections of that visit to William Treutler, deceased 1, Wo offer atprivate I
booby prizes. There Is never a party of Pierce hotel. The music was: furnished year. or more, we have opened tip a private Melbourne that he sale the following described Real
Miller, wife and baby were guests any kind, but that some of us Edeoltes JV the Jensen Cornet Band, under the savings bank about this time of the oame again Rotate, belonging to said l Estate!: ) ,
v. Snider! and wife over Sunday, get a booby prize. able management of Professor Young. year, to defray the expenses of an Irrigating Sam Martin has his fins now launch In No. J, Bold '
plant, and J just as regularly we the water. She Is :ill) feet long finished 1
,
. has The weather being perfect the building
- Jefferson left his "happy Alfred Michael had the sand In frontof of of "
' squander It In umbrellas and In the best style and Is. a credit to Mr. No. 2. All "Ml NEi, Woctlon 21,
crowded
for a spring tour with his father, his store leveled, and sent for a boat town was from St.to Augustine overflowing to,Palm nearly Hooch every. toshes when the heavy rains mackin'I'I Martin, who bulhU! nothing but the best Township :27 South, Rungs 117 East: covered
i Jefferson. load of shell, and now has the place also come 00.Seversl. of boats. Mullxiurne will now have with water, lying In said I<:all Uallle r
being represented visitors from
IUd Mrs. Taylor, who have enjoy- nicely shelled which adds much to the many northern States. The elegant and :: Ankona people took part In another first-class boat to take visitors River and Enu Uallle Buy, containing
We wonder
of the about :110 less.
lishtful visit at 'Snug Harbor," appearance place. will ful- appropriate costumes bestowed much the masked ball given by the Fort Pierce to points of Interest. acres, more or
when the railroad ever
their journey home. company credit the Mr. hotel Monday evening. Among them No. n. MI on numerous designers.
fill Its promise I to Capt. Richards, which Mrs. K. H. Oilman received the sad
'ordcm Brown_"Adonis" like and was to shell all around the station. If lie and Mrs Tyler were highly compliment I were, Mr, and Mrs. C. S. llahney, Mr. news last Friday, of the serious illness No. 4. That portion of HWlf, Section
ras ever-visited his pinery, Monid would do the grading. He fulfilled his ed by each and every guest for the elegant : and Airs. W. C. Kawllnson, D. 'f. and of her only son, so shortens. her visit 21, Township 27 South: Itrtngu Kust,
manner In which they were enter. Bryan McCarty, and Miss Bessie Thai- commencing at a point 370 feet West from
, lunched with the afternoon.8r part of the contract, and spent many here, and hastens to his bedside In New
nined also the band for the music ton. Mr. Rswlinson who represented Northeast corner on Ij Section lineas
and dollars in grading-and we are ; boys, 'ark. We trust she will find him better post
numerous admlsers on the [sIrs days the sand. The and Leland Almntoncl for the management "Uncle Ham," made the hit of the evening when she. arrives home She has the aforesaid and HO: feet Mouth of said >(
still through
( Fred Yates sent novel and ar- plowing have of the dance ball. Those who had : and was awarded gentleman's first heartfelt of her friends faction line for a smiting thence
done we sympathy
''fts St. Patrick's grading: was so long ago Mr. Russell of Eden made many South 4l! feet thence East 1X( ) feet
as a day offering. when-four at loait. the pleasure of attending from this place prlr.e. a cap- In her trouble. run ,
nd forgotten years were: W. W. Lace, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ital 'Pulllplno," and won second prize. thence South 42(1( foot, thence West to r'
>midst Mrs. Joseph Arthur are still Perhaps the shell will come yet. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters and Mrs. Bacliiis, "Ophelia," was quite per. Mrs. Burns of Germantown Pa., who, !Section line, thence North 0:2S ft, thence p

counting the days, how- Frank and Reginald Waters who are feet, and drew the ladies' first prize. with her husband and her mother, )(rll. East 717 feet, more or loss, to a.point 10O
iefore their leave taking on the Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs members of the band that furnished the II The large dining/ room was somewhat Meehan, spent some time at Hotel Carleton Feet West of Houthwest oorner of plat of

>-morrow. and colds; cures bronchitis and asthma; mnslo. The refreshments, which were crowded but everyone enjoyed them him bought, of Allen Campbell, the Hurno, thence Houth! lust) feet, thence '

Charles Jefferson Is as busy as a cures croup and whooping cough; euros served from 10 p. m. to 2 a. m., were also selves to the fullest extent. I'alm grove/: property at the west end of Kast 760 feet to West side of t!'. F.. C.
oparatory to closing house on the hoarseness and bronchial troubles; cures much enjoyed. town, consisting of twelve acres, with Railway right-of-way thence North on 41

ilio will visit a few week: In Or- pneumonia and la grippe. Wilson A Son. Pneumonia follows a cold but never bearing grove, residence, etc. Home fine I West side of F. K. C. Railway right-of-

vlth her mother and sister. A SEVERE COLI FOR 3 MONTHS.The follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar. improvements will bti made In the near I way 90 feet, thence East to point of beginning

Cazauran following letter from A. J. Nus- It stops the cough heals and strengthens Future. R. W, floods mnde out the deed sand : :, excepting railroad right-of-way
Pierce.The
refused absolutely to Fort
.
will have charge of this property for through said land Containing about 30
the and affords security
departure without of baum, of Batesvllie, Ind., tells Its own lungs, perfect
glimpse from attack of Refuse Mrs Burns We are pleased to see such acres Including the County road. This
:each story: "I suffered for three months witha an pneumonia.
I' and Its frivolity. She! gratl- brick Is on the ground for the severe cold. A druggist prepared me substitutes. Sold by B. R. Wilson &. Son cultured people purchase a home here, tract: has a young grove of AIM) or MX
curiosity, and Is now en route to medicine and I after traveling far and near In search of trees on It, and an artesian well, eto.Xo. I
Ilk, new bank. some a physician prescribed -
Mr. Wolf of Jensen was a pleasant for me, fet I did not Improve. I then I such a place.DANGERS. b. Begin/ at Southeast coiner ofli.t
'nlnoua cloud, which threatened visitor in town, on Tuesday. tried Foley Honey and T<>r, and eight South Rockledge. I now,or formerly, owned by J. L. liar t
OK PNKUMO.VIA.
tethered with the plans formed by loses cured me." Refuse substitutes. : rlson, thence run Houtb! across Elbow
,ilder to participate In the dance Henry Holmes, of Fort Drum, is enjoying Sold by B. R. Wilson & SonsIndianola.: -- of cold at this time If neglected Is liable tooau.e creek; to North boundary of land belong.
en. The "youngsters1' were dised. a few days with his brother hew. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Upjohn, New pneumonia which Is so often fatal lag to Wrh. Tieutler, thence East; along
t York, were visitors st Mr. Averlll's, last and even when the patient has recoveretlthe
the lx Section line which Is the North bOllnlary
held services In
Rev. Dr. Moore week. lungs are weakened, making/ them peculiarly of Wm. 'rrll'Utlllr'slano! to North bank
cou has secured transportation for Methodist church last Sunday morning We wern pleased to see the editor of susceptible to the developmentof of Elbow creek, thence West along bankof

fly the date being April the 5th. and evening to large congregations. the pink p"per-tlle ADVOCATE:-among consumption. Foley's honey and Tar said creek to point of beginning, being '

ty consists of Mrs. A. Piton, Miss Mr. ard :Mrs. Churchill left, Wednes- The Indianola picnic held on the :21st. us on !Sunday! will stop the cough, heal strengthen In Section! VI. 1'ownllblpl7: Mouth,
'itou\ Mrs. Inslee, Miss lilabon day, for New Haven ConDo They bate was enjoyed by all who bad the good Mrs. Keetchln, wife of a prominent the lungs and prevent pneumonia. Hold: 37 East 'l'hi.laud Uuoveied flame .

i maids been stopping at the Fort Pierce hotel fortune to be able to attend. The day physician of Fond Du Lac, WIs., Is at C. by B. H, Wilson A: Hon.Artesia.. water. of the creek. '

knowledge that the house-boat his season. was beautiful and all games entered Into B. Magrudor's. No. 0. Hold

ems for sale or rent, has brought Arthur Jennings returned Monday. with great spirit. This Is the greatest T. r.. Nat after a pleasant month No. 7. Commence about 0 chains 3.1 1
any reapoo.ea. Mr. Snider will from Palm Beach, with his launch day of the year for Indianola, when In South, Rockledge has. returnedto Inks. West from Northeast corner of
his palatial home next year, and where'he has been doing a flourishing{ friends from far and near gather to extend spent (Section 20, on Hi-ctlon line between Sew
his In N. Y.
home
'0\ new sixty-foot launch. Business carrying out tourists. to Mr. and Mrs.\ J. U, Field their Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. Tulsa entertained a few tlons 17and W, run WestOchalns 1.1 links, era
beat wishes for many more years In their Mr. and Mrs. John Sldebotham\ after of their friends last Friday evening., < thence Mouth 10 chains 114 links, thence
a. Fred and Russell Yates, enter- Don't forget the minstrel entertain- beautiful Florida, liomo. The !grounds I a three week, visit with K, M. Itreeso South IK)degrees 30 seconds. :chains
1 hust of friends ou Thursday, In- ment at the Carlton ball on Wednesday, I never looked better, and the Immense and family, returned to their boroe In Mr. "Hcott one of the assistant keepersof to Eau Oalllo River, thence follow tbe
"i.u' father, mother and sister, April and, given by Messrs. Goodwin, hickory trees In their fresh spring dressof Philadelphia, last week. the lighthouse, resigned last week. shore of Eau Oallle River In an Easterly i

enter. The entire party came up Jackus and Ford, negro specialists. new leaves tints magnolia In their I I Ernest hams. of Courtenay, was visit- direction to a point due South from place
,'I", Beach, where they are guests 'fbey[ are all old hands; at the business, handsome dark glossy leaves, and the Two beautiful bouquets of rows from hug friends at Attesla, lat. riaturduy and, CJf beginning, thence north to polnf oi p
It"/tkers. evening will be !or,.. Salmon's lower garden adorned the
most pleasant all draped in festoons of 0
and a palmettos Hunday. beginning, containing acres, more, or
'r., 'ace with the stubborn truth spent The proceeds River Musical are for Club.the benefit I Spanish moss, made a beautiful picture chapel to on Dr.Sunday Nacrous last.and One the was other presented to Miss !Mary Tuten and Mrs Brannen Ie..., and known as the Kltchell place. )

' must' finally, go out of this of the Indian look upon. Ianyexpre.sionlofpleMure the orchestra.Mr. are visiting Miss !Mary's parents, Mr, and No. 8. NEJ4!: of Section 2ft, Township ,

::1 1 >II of sunshine and brightness, The event of the season occurred at their were first heard visit to from our strangers pretty little upon village.this, and Mrs. Averill and Mrs. Geo. W. Mrs. I.. O, Tutee, of this place, this 27 South, Range 37 East, containing It JO
\' Monday evening less railroad
"Hd hotel- acres right-of-way.
made
again-a world up the Fort Pierce week. ,
Pease their home In Wlecousin .
, the We feel that we have much to be' proudof returned to '
who are narrow selfish and ar- A masquerade ball was given guests Parties not only In the attractive homes and on Tuesday. They will stop over Col. and Mr*. Hogan wlil leave for No. 0. NW i of Section 2Q. Township
- But why philosophize A Mr- and Mrs. F. M. Tyler. 27 Month, Mange ::17 Eiist: containing 1(10(
by Ankona and grounds Indianola and for new home.. at St. Augustine, Washington and other n.ckledlefonda1, where they will
[
.I> > Eden ,
bye to this rest and Stuart Jensen, less +
peaceful from citizen were going up In the place but also from the places en route spend a few days visiting Mrs. Hogan'ssisters. acres, rallroud right-of-way.

'- ,','I''h do we not revel In Acadian press nt.: number costumes of our own worn were elegant fact that we are right; In the midst of the A Jolly party consisting of Mesdames )70.10. 42: no-100) acres, l lell. railroad It

"Muulons eyes wide open?). To our of The were very grotesque tent orange growing section on Merrltt Rosslter. Carter: IJIll0n.I'l, King, A. )Ir.and Mrs. Hood came np last Fri. Ight-of'wav, being part of Lot 1 and of .
with whom the tie and some and that the U bound their lie,.. will NEiiof!: NWH: Mectlon S Township
'IH ( band from Jensen was in attendance island, Industry to A. and F. M. Bristol and Messrs. Bristol lay, to lea place They
,j' 'i,firmly shrub cemented and tree;surrouaai" to every- The cornet, assisted by Ms. Ooodwln and grow all over the island.Can't and Wheeler, gave Mr and Mrs.: Salmon leave for Melbourne, Monday where. they Mouth, Range 37 Kast: known, J..tHtewsrt .
: was kept up a pleasant surprise picnic visit on Friday will re.ldsln the future. place. +
, i" ice-aye, even the wee white Mr Roylance. Dancing and it Hecret. last XI). II. Lots 17 and 18bluc'C; 4, Town I
i in btle and sma' hours everyonevoted Keep
perfume ( jealOlIll- until the wee of Eau: Uallle.
, ,
' )' also the birds and squirrels, It the beat social dance of the sea- The splendid work of Dr. King's New COUOH SETTLED ON IIEll LUNGS. Lockjaw from Cobweb No. 14.: Lot 1, block, Town of Ran

'"]'> "by care and attention, to one son. Life Pills. Is dally coming to light. Xo -"My daughter had a terrible cough; Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a woman Oallle. Quitclaim deed for this only-
- Permit me to add n inflamedlungs yield rapidly' such grand remedy for liver and bowel which settled on her lung,"says N.Jack lockjaw. Millions know that the held under Tax Title.

'rdtotbe ADVOCATE, which Raw or curative and healing qualities roubles was ever known before. Tbons- son, of Danville, Ill. MWe tiled great best thing to put on a cot Is Burklen's For prices and terms address,
ir'eoasly reproduced our little !! the wonderful Honey and Tar. P"* nds bless them for carlrj constipation many remedies without relief, until weave Arnica alva, the Infallible healer of F. A. )[OUand W. H. JONEH."
'.r.' "table talk" each week In/ of Foley's and consumption froma rick headache biliousness Jaundice and ( her Foley's Honey and Tar, which wound, ulcers sores, skin truptlons, As Administrators of the Estate of Win.
i 1 me: of "Rip" "May you live vents pneumonia settled or. the lungs. B. K. Indigestion.I Try them. Only 23o; at J. B.creen's cored her." Refuse substitutes. B. 1C. turns, scalds and piles. It cures or no Trentler, deceased. .
": "sper.and continue to do hard cold > drug store. Wilson Jc boa my. Only 25o; at bcreven's drag store. Tltusvflle Florida.
' the same old stand." Finis. Wilson Son. ,





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 28 190 -" .
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"THB EAST COAST or FLORIDA ...
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NEED Ot; GOOD ROADS.: "
is PARADISH REGAINED.
1' I ... r.:;,(
Tncr Coat Money but In
Ar. Chenn Than I'oor Our.. / "'"

The greatest need of the country Is I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. J&& '

good roads. To have good roads we yy'Cyl

must have a good road law. says Tex 1 } "

? as Turin nud Ranch. To who have a roads good LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15
road law the people use & :-e |I
must he l made to comprehend their! val DOWN.

t ue. Then they will/( demand of state ;"v F2 Ff n HOUTHBOUNDREtnSOUTHBOUNDHEAD

and county legislators to proceed. to ."0.81'0.29..23.0.311 MAIN LI,... 'l'0.71..74.0.211.0. ;
4 solve" the problem. 41 '

Good roads\ cost1 money, and myopic -
1 10 II ISllIi 'l1Wl. 9 40. '
l'' LT..Jaef.imvllre..Ar 7 00
!I You need light to raise taxpayers hove objected to any practical o II'S. Jaok.onvllle..Li l'' 719. q 160 p 'BO.
system on that account, whereas ....r 080.,9.00 .... .Bt./ AuBostlne...... I1 fa Op to. '1 .
t Ye ./1o.. 111a6a ....: ..Huila010y .... ....,. I DO p "n Q.l .
Tobaccoprofitably bad roads cost a great deal I more than liDp ......East Palatka. ......,. t/l8p'li/ it'p"S
i telford or, macadam. There Is no lack ....... ....... ......11181' .........Nooga........... ..... .. p l 4 Oll'.
l ....... ....... .. .....la alp ...Bon..U.......... : ftp ...... .... : ...
: Be sure your fertilizer of facts and figures to prove this statement ... ... ......11811' ...........Dupool......., ..... .. ..... I ...
contains at least 10 per cent true. Railroads telegraphs and i26p 16 p 1041a 0'1'. ........Ormond......... tOp 6Up ., 01p 41j"

telephones are great modern agenciesof 170.. . ? 60 a Ut ::...:.Port Day Oraiagsal tone.,1:: : al p D..4.. 1.y .1.tap. ,U :
civilization and if there Is an excepfton 1906! $ dif 1130. .......New Smyrna.....,. alp' tOp
Actual Potashfrom I e .. ... ... ... 001' .......,.O.ItHIlI. ...., I ag p .laoI'...... .612'a
t to the rule that civilization t: 10.6. d ClIp 11"1' 611' ........T1tu.dili.:.:.... Gap a'jip.vvbuec
I Sulphate. tallows these institutions we bare Called .....:. .. .., ...... '61' ..........Coeoa .......... I 0111' .I tOp l i"
.....,. ...... .
11101' .Fuokledgllis .. lap 181' rli 0jp'ajj.
We mnfl fnt, on nqUMt, our book ,, to find it or bear of It. But bad 'I 168.IIIOH i ... .. 18P ........Ecu: ........ IllSI' .f. 6 Aap
I Tobacco Culture." country roads greatly retard tbe drilling '! ..::e lOp. ........ltebbettan........ 11181' Ilp 6161' .'..".
i r .. ....... aoi .....
r all' ii .. ...
''fi'r i 1 I N_o.n.tA.rKA.: It...... woilK.N... Yorkk process, besides levying the iii ....... ....... 64. .:...:<..Bt. uot.......... 0 I P1 heaviest tax known to civilization./( 1/7s. 1611 h ii P 05 p ....... Fare pteroe .. .... 10 40.32<< 'i' OO'p i iau s'
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dependent ..
r Rural mall delivery Is/ largely .. Tri-Wcckly Sailings ...... ...... i P... :::...Tlbbal.> .... .. 18. ....... ... .......
upon the' character of out .... ....... Iq ,,::......Kd.o.....::.... ]008. ....... ...::
...::.j. ....... .p .........Jensen.. ...... .. : :
e :
DISEASES roads. and would be well nigh Imprac BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ....... .. .... :e,! ...... to..p .......... otusrl........:. 004M .:... ..... ....::::
k KIDNEY I Icnbltt on the muddy lanes of tbe1'e81 ..Nalt ..:.... w8 .... 17p..Rope80un4....... 9 MaU ....... ... .....
black section In wet ::tla! '.: '' 30p .west Japltcr ...... ....... ;
/ waxy Calling at Charleston S. C.. both ways) 010a p ';..I 'iJ. IIpAr..W..tl'.lmBeaeh.... 86alfII.( I5p1 U'jjp;
weather. Therefore to enjoy tbe bene 1110 a I"-I p 15 I' .Hotel Royal Polne) n.. e Ha OMaOMa U
the most fatal of All dlscases. > dally mall, mast 810. 100. jIw i l' It61 Lv..Thearoaker.. ....., 8 0aI lU>80. 10..II. 10 tOp Up
are ata of a our people goo The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .16. .06. V lg: I' ,Hotel turrml Polncl.n B lOa 00 p 10 C5p
work systematically( to make better e46 610at0 IOp ...West Pkln Beseb..Ar SooaiO10al I Mp '
to : ... I I40p : : : : Mpj
r M. ...
;' rond What matters It If a road costs Lines. ((0tO: ,.::: .:.:.. ....... OC3p ,.....YoytLandeeMsie.I .*... 4 Stta ....... ..... .". ..
KIDNEY CURE II Ii $3.000.J.OOO or even $10.000 per mile The Clyde New England and Southern 11 Ua. ....., .. .. 0 t Sp..... Lemon C1t7. 668x. .'
:..fOLE'V'S Suarlltzld RlmedJ if, after It Is made, every person wbo Direct Service )th tween 11411a .1".10" S40 01101'' Ar ...... Miami ..,, ,...Lr 11110.. 890piiee.. 00"p

.uses was It will made feel? glad that._ the expenditure Jacksonville, Boston Providence and all Eastern PoInts.V.llIug Condensed Schedule ONVILL38 Between.TO.Jacksonville AUOX7STINH.tyr. 'and. St. Augus

I dr money refunded. Contains ( at J pharlestoo, S. c., both ways)

remedies recognized by emi- Plant Tr..e fcr taHow. .Awd d' SEMI-WKEKLY BAILtXOSi: I.Ne.23 .N..27 .....n.,Me.28lNe.31. tNo.37. .Ne.43. .No.83:'-No.99jg l
4 ....'.from Lewis woari, aatmn -- --
....... .....
!silent physicians Bladder as the troubles.'Best for I could the. much roadways and at of the what country little leadIng edit- Northbound.Southbound...;.?..... .... .. .-......from foot.of Catherine Street Jaoksonrlll ArSt.A. Jack o ustlne..IBMnpr.na1050a vl lle...........{ 7 Ma, BOO a 9 4Okiiggp Mi. > as88, !p.. ''lOP p lID[

"Kidney and to the lance cities be beautified If .T. AUOT7STXNH TO JACKSONVILLE.

',, f PRICE 5Oc. aDd $t.oo. each farmer should give a little tI. te' Clyde St. Johns River Line. '
I. Ne'.ga Ne.B2 SNe.1 JI4Ne.3e" "..31 N..7e-,NO.741.NS,30.
II. 1C. WILSON & HUN the planting of tree and shrubbery (DeBary Line.) -- --- --

_. .__ along the walL BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8 \ FOItD. Lr. St. ABirasMne.. ........ .110.800.8.11. e66..11 lOa 11 <40< a ill Slip saop
'! land Ar. J..b".U!*.. ..... .... T KOa OOa 916a10Isrgg10s13tO! 11 piT.' 30pSCnETJtJI.ES
Hf Free and topping&PttUtlu,Aitor 8t. Francis, Uermfonl (DeLaml. Hiue 11.)1.. intermediate
I I' Quickly Cured 'age oD th.nt.JoQn'iiKlvur. OF! BRANCH LINES.
'Ict rrted" Masons. STEAMER "City of Jnck80uvter.-
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1'' II / i 'In the winter of ISUt and 1800 I WM CAPT.W.A.SHAW. JAOKSOKVXUJO TO MATPORT.FI.MO : TALATKA: : TO EAST PALATEBfttiioHS.

-'-- taken down with a severe attack of what TO BAIL AH3dO FULLtlwsi
19 APPOINTED
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IPrA'I'IO".. 4Na1 11sI11150.lipsa2l. || || >Ne,47 ,Ne.49.No.et'| :.Nas '
U called la grippe SIMS F. L.'Hewett. a Gave Jeaksunvllle : p. m.,..nday..Tsned.y.and Th' emdaye _i_
I fndhtu ;y No. CO prominent druggist Wlnfleld, III. "The LaavB..lotd980a.InMomlay.: dn".I..y..nd FtMe urthbound.Readup.Leev. _.lae..n":.. lie.;.. !! sus 1 l!!p10 ea trp J:v.!'rat II.a. \16 a 11 1 6 al a 18 >f t 3J
medicine I used was two bottles ofChamberlain' So.thboundReaddowie! BCHjruULK. 8..k..n..UI.. 9 MaBlOa 3p10 18. I ojpKATPOBT Arlt.P'1'tka 85 11 K a|' g iiaiiliM j | jl
1 Bluer TIt.unllIe.'LotJjte. only Cough Remedy. It broke allloplD. ...............i.Jacksnnvlile.............. Areiee l tti>Haiu. Beacn.llewh.. i 5 P/10 fo. I O p .
.Palatka. .. i.eav aawprn. Attantfo 11111. OpIOIIII.'p BAWT P.ALA'1'X.ATOPALATKA
.. --
up the cold and stopped the'coughing 8'4Bpm aalo.m: ..h: :.::.:...:::::::::.A.a, ::::;; ::::: :: a foupin.: : AMa_ ypcrrt ..........10. J5 l1110a 0 ,
r till Florida. /like maglo'and I have never since been 'S .130; .m............ ......BD.Fra.uls..., ... ......_ /a. pm.. J.ADXSOlrVLLB.8u1 Ne.46He.4'.Ne.1I0i"NoII[; !' I'
Holds its meotinifi the MMniulan fourth Fri. troubled with grippe." Chamberlain'sCough tt ...............Jlereftr..rdD..and-( l) n Mln.n TO :! U.U.J 'l-tka

$ ''...-.IIIe) of,at sank 1 IS/I,month,'uSunk p..,m.the lets Armory Tint. Remedy can always be depended Arrive 8:90 6.00am am .... =Hiirlng.:, ......: ''" DsOam.9tuam.Gen' : ......"IOJ!*. Ne.' 'Ne-tt |Ne.20| Ar.' Palatka 9 8 (4ft Jfi.a a 10 940aIi4Ma
rl J. K. Walker Wornhlpfn! Muter. spun to break up a severe cold and ward
I Majrp*>rt t [ 8OaI IAN MATED BRANCH.AtlanttBeseh. .
Carruth Ward. Ticket Offlce,2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonvillu. t .1.1'i Bonlor o. 01'11101 threatened attack of pneumonia. Passenger and i OOpH I 48 a
: iideni.4rwurer.F. Junior Warden.. It Is pleasant to take too, which make. PabloBtaeh.... e COMa 05 11 Ma ..e.57l.Na4B STATION. I.I'N0,41'S.Jaekel.
J. M.Dfzon$ ., M.IaO'.NUNGER.PlFiaPau.Agt.l!
r. '
) I A.C.HAGFERTY, Ba fn Pasa. *& : .. 7IT.: I
A. Morgan, Rearetary. it the most desirable and one of the moat 19 State St.,.New York f r 204 West Hay St..Jaea iTlllo,flr4 Ar." T IS. itepii'gggAKVOBS 3 PI| T. 4&a' ..K.Palatka..Ar' ale 7
f HugliwnChaplain.J. : popular preparations use for these ailments THOS. D. HALJST.Local Freightlaent {I,O. P. HOVKLL. Amt. 'JII81,1... 1 MM 19'011..'IL''..San Mateo .L"I Btast
: .
H.Semen,Senior Dewion.H. For sale by all druggists and foot (Wan at ,Jaok. .o.Tllleria. | Foot H"KAn rtlx, J..I11... : :BKAKCBC.lto.1l .
Mime, Deacon. St..laok..III.. yi :
r H. Jr. Junior Jt>MW. r.. HOWARD Superintendent Foot began OJLAJtGB CITY 3BANCH.
8. O. Vanlandinghaai. Senior Steward. medicine dealers. THEO. O. BOKK. General Ma_er. W1II'." OLTOIC CO.._eternal Agents.Lbe..brougb STATIOWi.. ."..12
F.M.Taylor Junior Steward.r. Building > State Bt.OppoeR.Battery Park, >ew" >>"..11I. 1 ....3 'Nat. STATIONS.: Nae '
W.Ruberle, Tyler Itats'Aid Maat Coss.State VVAL1VX. Agent TMusvllle, Flat o6a.I--'..........TitusTllle..........Ar g p ,
C. H. T18a .._.......... Mtm.a._....... 01 p g 10 ]OaIJoY..!!.Sniyrna. .. r TlOp G
4ii -"""--' aid In building road most MaMa ............. eteen .....-....... Utlp 6 !KP 11 SI a ....Lake Helen 11 Up //I
come In time In every state. It Is now ............Enterprise.Ar ....<........ 11110. 4' P 11 aaa ....OrnnireCltT./ ... 11 Up! //I
;I'rMAKE THEIR OWN ROADS. Ma ......"..jjlonford...........I In operation in New York MaagachU'eetts
.
':atUow.s c..ur ol r...... Bolrvtlf and other states and Is givingsut. a.E.A.B c> LAIR I.iII> 4tJ> f1y.T..inadoEeHEOp tDally.. ep*8uot'l.as.t.tion.opposite' ,. JDallr except which Monday.ao time. shown.||8unday olnji.

+Iti I 't ..*! highway .......0.. infliction. It makes it possible to .r* Them. Tim Tables show the ttmrl at which trains mar be expected to arrive. and d.
tnc of the best kept roads I know compllsh road Improvements that the LINE RAILWAY. From the ......llt&atioD.J bat their arrival or departure. the times stated1.notguarani. '
nor does tBw Ot.np.ay bold ItMlf responsible for any delay) or any oon equenoe. an
i !t .. of anywhere la in Caldwell county Mo.. county would not attempt. The plan UM..tro.

L' between Nettleton and Hamilton,writes In the east la for tbe state to'pay ball .

\\. II. Ilamliy, -Americnn Alfrlcul.turl.t. the cost of the road the county a quarter Capital' City Route. \ Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mia

''t' k I have driven over thin road and tbe township a quarter. The
work however .uniform and Is done The Shortest Ro l trrtat Alt times of the year, but have never
;-t n'tt rough or muddy.; It Is not be- under the supervision of a road commission The Best One. WXAMI-JTASSATT LINK.

..enugu dlleaoarl\ has !ui>erlor read In WI'. which employs a state engineer Commencing January e,1002.
of roads who supervises and give. line with Double Darty Service Including Sundays too, Ly. MI.IDD\oJlclote'L.Tbar.... .11 to I Lnr. Weds., Sats ....fflNaMao
.
ji
Only
1 'Tereare rondo In the state that would the beet method of road- At.: TMFri................::.:. 8 09 p | .Miami Thurs., Suss..:............... iCommenolng
wreck: a leather bag In a spring wagon. instructions on AY ANNA II. COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUtIIES:: PINES, RICHMOND, February a,1902.'v. .

i Neither 1 II It because the township building under the! different conditlousIioE WASUlXOTOy BALTIMOItK rillLADRL[ HIA, NEW YO'RK, .Miami Won.,Wed? Frl.....,.......S00p I Lv.Nanan_,Thurs.. 8..t.............tMawau
Tfc trustees compel the roud overseer to -- WITH PULJEA '8 BEST OAKt At ,TUM.,Tfaurs., S..t..e. 80 a |I Ar.Miami Weds.. P'rh.,Suns..............<
aOASCLSAVAKA: DIRECT UNH.Commencing .
Attend to his Uttslu<'n Township here '.'he Flurlda and Metropolitan T.lmlted. a solid v."t.lbllle fl train St. Aixtustli_ anti January I.IDOIt:

1'f.i trustees and road overseers are Jackaonville tO'New York" conlBtltmr Dining. Compurtmunt. Compact, Jiv.Miami SUM.r ............,..U 80 p I L.,.Havana. Tor.Frig............ 1300
about ordinary but are ordinarily not Ofeoervutlou aud Drawing Hoom Sleeping Cllrll. I Havana, JII......,Thur................. 6 00 pAr.I| Miami Weds., Sat............ .... 100
about when needed: LT.ft. MIAMI' X3ET: WEST AND HAVANA..
Tbls Is the explanation. On each/ AND Only >ine opeiatlnK dally through Pullman Car Service Jiwknonvliletolfew Oitcnna .Miami.Moau.Wed.. Fri.n sop Lv.SavanaMnn.Wed.,1.
A For sleeper reservations and further Information write ... Key W.....Tu..,Tlior.... S.L.. I 801.Ar., Itey w..d... ..........0
tilde of that road arc fine farms, tr. I weet.Ti's. Bat. ... S
Key wee TneaFrl. Bun.........S* OO u 8 LT. Key Thur.
benutlful forma with clean/ l'UtIg.. A. Ou MAODONELL, Awt. Gen. VI.IIB. ARt.; J..ukllonvIU..J'IIOI'NJa.J. Air. Havana,wd., Sa*..kilos ......... a OOa Ar. Miami. Wed.. Frl.,Sun .. S

'f .s. well kept orchards and flue uicudowft CHILDDoes lo[. BAKE R. E. U HUNCH, For'lOW of tonal TIm.Card address any Agent./

Ou these farms arc well built I."J"- i*. A: O.PORTS M.]\ : U"fJl. VA. Men. Puss Agt. 'r. D JlADl\'ER. Aut. Oen. Pass. Agent ST, AUGUSTINE FL

well/ pointed and nicely ornamented
i :I your horse "feel his
1 furnilinuiteH, with beautiful lawns and -

i j u..rs /live O.J.ts"Vhat' a difference between
Route
e 11'IIJII"'IIHlvE'; men who have ngi-eed that I Dixie Flyer ron.Rl -
,
this road shall bn well kept. Each the grain-fed and the
I & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY,, and .
(scraper. Each fanner XASHV1LM3, CHATTANOOGA. KtnortxlPhiladelph: Washington Da\Itimor
\ iiuau owns a "
; takes the piece of road along his fnrm grass-fed horse I The first WESTERN & ATLANTIC, R.11I.ROAD, Boston Atlanta

i ,just as the city resident does his side- and full of ginger tHe Iroute of the- rville Chsttanoo s. Lotsi.vill.Cincinnati -
y -wnlk.VU*a one is Imxy. another takes strong CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITEETRAIN !#t. Louis Ka\nsavs3 City: "

care of his road. When a bridge Is second flabby weak and tired and Detroit Cleveland PIU.bur

r to be built \they all come together and out before he begins. The DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING ( ARS.' Chicago, etc.
r build It. The road Is (traded In the
j. xnlddle, so the water runs off! nt onco."When. feeding makes the difference. The Chicago( and Florida Limited Jncksnovllle.I III quickest train hem St. Augustltv and

,i I It begins' / to get rough; they runscraper
IInd" withPullman's t5ho .
over It During parts of the Children are not alike either. Chattanooga, :Nanhvllle, Louisville, St. Louis Cliicnito
a
finest Observation and Drawing Rno Sleepers: &, Dining ."tII. etc., through without
year they go over this road fr.om three One is rosy, bright-eyed, full chanRo. The fa-nous 1)lxle Filer all the year round sleeper vII,. Atlantaan.1
I I ';v to six times a week sometimes evenofteuer. to &t. l.onl., without c-lmnge. '
of life and laughter, another is Martin through 0_ .. SOUTHERN RAILWAYROUTE
write
etc.
For informatioa relative to rate, schedules .u.
It tnkes some time? Yes, but not .
dull 'The feeding
i weak and Jacksonville Fla.
1 uulf ns much as It does some other pale, T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt

s. ''vineu trying to sell their farms when again is responsible. O.O HARM[ Gen. Pus..Agt. II. SMITH., hvtlle TrnUJeManager.( Tenn. '
d Atlanta Oa. Na OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS :
they want to change. An overage of children need special
Sickly .
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farm -----
each -
week for --- -
three hours per -- -- -- -- -
THe SotxtHern's Limited
Palm
keeps the road. When they want to go feeding. They don't"[eel their

to town ns they often do tho drive oats". Scott's Emulsion adds PLANT gYSTEM. THe Washington Richmond and
for other
t "Is a pleasure. It's a pleasure Florida
people, too, and when one of them just the right richness to their Limited

wants to sell his farm he gets from the 1 ', THe New York and Florida ExpressTO
diet. It is like grain to
than If litwas )
$S to $10 more per acre
r
: The Oroat Through Car Uae from FlorldlqonnocU.nllTo
l 111"Rtpcat\ the side. or end of a horse. The child gets new THE EAST.
narrow Rallied; buggy, breaking bypath. the East via aH rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via CI\I\flellto.n. Richmond

l i. Then they. hove free mall delivery appetite and strong digestion.Scott's and \Va hington. The Southern Railway, via :Savannah, Columbia THe Chicago and Florida Special

tilting that rOIl,I now. Some of the Emulsion ia more anti Washington. .
h rest of u* luneu't. and I nm told tile To the West The Southern R'y vi.i Jewnp, Atlanta and ChnttanooRo. The ti A: THe Florida LimitedTO

'blond had R\'l1wll.IDI: to do with It. than food. It is a strong x, Montgomery.! The Southern. Wyvla :Savannah Columbia THE NOXTH AND WEST.
t and Ashevllle. The >t 0 1 IVy via Montgomery."FIT .

TOt KNOW WIHT YOIT AIIK TAKINrt'When medicine. It rouses up dull East t via Stet: 1..hlp. Via: Savannah and Ocean S :S:I Co., for :New York,
the
t i you take Orove's 'Tasteless Chill children, puts new flesh on thin 1U pblladalplita: and Boston Savannah and :Merchants A. Miner Ptilhnan Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati*:
1i Is. plainly .
ttonio lt the forniuln for Ilalttaure.'ro
acnu e Transportation Company
I printed! on every bottle showing that It Is ones and red blood into pale Key Went and Havana(" via PMt Tampa and p..nln..nltr.O..c"lentll. : Steamship Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. "
"'lmgly' Iron and Qulniiio in tasteless I children To Nova Scotia. Capo tlreton and Prince Edwards Inland via Boston unit Canada: ; Tlvrougb. trains via The Southern Railway are operated n
? dorm Xociue. No pay. t'Octs. ones. It makes grow. AtUullo and Plant Steamship. Hue (n, n\tlt.x.: lUwkusbury and Ch.irloUestovrn.will ; connection: with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railw ,

1 Scott's Emulsion makes ordinary Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all throutt"
r "' TOU'rt.XSTS T.JOn'EJTS: : : I trains.
V'JN'TErt.: : : :
'
9ndilnnicllu.
t 'f Not So focd do its
.' '\ ." ,fnltorwl the young man "I = -' bit on .sale throuuhout the Northern Eastern, Western and Southern State to Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
r
lUt via the Plant System: during the season of htWl-1Xr2\ lim- .
lovo'yuu. ..a .. ( ) FLORIDA\ RSSOlt'rS --
ii. herlands i ited to return until May atilt, with llbcial/ : stop-over piivlledgea in Florida.Addressu'e .
"
unlj. clasping
she
oh, Herbert This picture represents will be
undersigned liberally
the north sent to the ( supplied
I of Scott'sMmulsioii of parties lu H. F. CAREY. FU. Pam Art108 V. St. FU.
together "what 1Ion!: longtime the Trade M.uk and handsome advertising matter. Bay JackjoaviO I
". with Information\
It has taken to say sol"-Chivn : and, ii on theI.
o Tribune. you e rapper of every botch For Information nil to rates sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to S. H. HARI>''WtCIC.' W. H. TAYLOE

ti I., I Send for free umr'oa.| F. M. Jolly, Division Passenjjer,:: Agent. General Paiccager Agent A..', CenT P... Ajwt.Washington 4

St't4 the Cough t SCOTT & liOVNE, 133 West Bay St.: Astor Block Jacksonville Fla., D. C. Atlanta GtJaun -

and works off the Co1 l. B. W. I'rennt >Manager Savannah Oa: ... 1$. 1902.(
PRll ,
e- uxAtlve lirooio-Quinlne Tablets cure a ; 4C9rearlSt.< \ New York. e.uger rv .......

r old in one day Xo Cure, :No Pay. .... j-v: Gmt {.. druggists.. W. B. DENHAM General Superintendent, Savannah Ga.
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.r p _:LA.N_ ON-TnX-IYVIAN-RIVER.RIVER s- :::: SO'J'EJ, The World's Famous Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio.


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FLORIDA. hyfir
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j J. G. BAST Proprietor. i, ,r 6 ; t?

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DUCK SHOOTING .
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% and FISHING.
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..r;. a-' Rates: $2.50 per day. {i. r

k !kd, a t 1 v .hr
$10 and $12 per week.
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HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re

novated. Newly furnished( throughout. Liberally conducted, . dt +
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Bates $.'30 per day and up. + AtMs

1). W. SPERRY Proprietor.
..wo nrM d r a4 dS .' ,,,M w I
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5TMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. +

JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
rS ,
.a S ; .p wtip u '
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened {

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water ., 1 "

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All v ;

itreet cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $3.i;>0 per day.
I i
Mrs. A. J. W WALKER Proprietor.
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''he WIIn dIe 10 East Forsyth Street. I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. grand Llufu 1/-/ KantanVu" f, Mouth Gallefift, lrol"i1''I"II./ .Mr trio Cue, Ti"mi>uil tit lift r

South sklo ot 1'ut-ln-Bay Island, oveilooking the site of Perry's Victory 181.1-.tlenoo the name. Sltmit. d mi the highest |>ulnt In Lake Kiln, being el/othtlod/ :
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and first-class In all appointments.Center above the water and five hundred font fruni U. Tho largest nod most handsomely fuiiiUhud SUM DIER HOTEL lu the Vuild.!

of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November 15th; ; Renowned for the social, 1 standing of lu patrons, for ibis dimensions and magnlllcunce for its nipoib' oiiUlue and admirable scrvluo for the lavish provision for

': Cafe, November 10th. Rooms one'person: one day $1 and up; by the amusement of its gnesta. It Is unlveisully acknowledged! that It posHesse the attrlbtiien that appeal ti> particular" people -uudoubtod luxury and romfort, and sub
week, $3.60 and up. porlor appointment, location and absolute absence of moHiinltoes. To the pleasure loving summer tourist It stand for all that Is most enjoyable.! The bestpatront r
C. B, SMITH, Proprietor.THE Ized and grandest hotel on the Groat. Lake. Tho scenes and environments are enchanting, oondtiolve of tent and comfort.
Why not spend your summer vacation here there ? Open; for season U>0j:!, June. IOLh.Ve w.uat to i Mid( yoii our "''''''Hlh' fuldor! fitto onid i and Nllnionlal book. e

E-vv VICTORIA, Addle\ T. "W 3t oOXl.m3.Xt.sr, Oonor/xl :3Vt/xxiotKox: : *. "

Cor. Main and Adams Streets., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. After June let, Putin-Ray, Ohio. 7J.I: M'in {St., Toledo, Ohio.

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Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths; free '-- >
DAYTON. MiiICHT.I I AU-n-llfM. I I.Inn.I...
bus. Rates American $2 to ?J; European rooms 75o; and upwards. Special ------ ---.--- _. -. .. --.-.
I rates to commercial travelers. ) INDIAN RIVER "
R. BIXLER, Proprietor, DAYTONA, Hotel Riverview 0\ f
The Grand Atlantic J M 1:IUI'l'T, FLA.

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDADAYTONA'S \ On High Pine I.iuid.. Ilvulth, comfort nod spoil. No hotter Hunting.
and l KUhlng Floiula. hulpliui bwltiiiulng ll.illi. Pine / .
LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL. S'ow.o.n.. .1'). J. WILKINMON' ;; Proprietor.

t 1 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. OPEN ALt T IE. YEAR. ,. -. _-
Joe Magnolia Opened for the season of 1002.A EAU (, JA r..I.II _
Capacity :2(10. Modem' In all Its appointments. Large sunny rooms.' Unlhs.

Urge addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More ICooms, Billiards !booth facing sun parlors. Verandas. and lawns. Boating and fish. Hotel Granada. Bill riALLIE, FLA. !

most of which have a Southern Exposure. They are newly and tug; from, pier In front of house (Send for b>oklet.JAS. Oa Indian River. .

,I handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected. with Private A. JOHNSON: & SONS, Proprietors Tho Hotel Gmnitda.lw' locntrd at JCau. Galllo!, Fin., Iffy! : 1II11 "1 "ollth of Jacksonville \ '+
j I Bath. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its former on the went shore of the Indian.. hirer, unexcelled|, bunting, hunting mutt
i size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an flfthlng. Mfttclili'HH' cllumlo Launch for ho use i>l puentm.' A llrnt-ela home
SIAUltlU; <;ZI<;. like botet. lutes IJ.&O: to (:> 0<) p,,r lillY t+I".I"I l l rules by month or 1t1I1AOO.
I Expenditure of 50,000.. A first-class Orchestra will furnish Open all lh. year. Address (il.EAHO.N; / HIIOH.. K"11' Jallle, Fin.
music twice dally. Rates 2.50 to '4.011> per d. y. Special weekly and n. .. .J
monthly rates. Special terms to parties. Hotel Colonnades. Clarendon Inure I ()I'N.: -
PALMEU &; McDOWELL Proprietors.
On-The-River. On-Tbe-Orean. .
The Mherby EDK.V (On-Indlan-Klrer FLA.
ST. Rates, f:.1.50:; per day and tip $17.50 to Hates, tJ.OO per day to. *:J. $14.00 to ,
MRIDA HOUSE The Old City Byte Sea. |35: per week and up. .1T, >f 0 per week. ODD of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern' Imrnovemonts.'
Hot and cold batli. Sulphur' bprlufr. Kxcnllent diliikinn water.
Cuisine unsurpassed In any hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace Heat Up-to-
TOURISTS'' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.This 1'ltMity of fruit and I Ice. Fish, Oysters and 1 fresh vegetables. In aliundance. -
popular house Is most centrally located. Has all modern improvements Florida. date house. Northern' oooklng. 11 011 lie handsomely fuinULivd with all the
Steam Heat Electric Lights, Best of For those desiring the Sea the Claren comforts of a home. Boats Tinln stop at fullion'ItRllorl/ on the
Including STEAM HEAT. Has more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSURE Service. don Inn has the finest location In Florida. plantation Pineapple district. 101.... M. A. CUHTIS: Manager.

than hotel In accommodates 250. _.. .-. ._ __ ___ __._ __ _
any town; Orchestra at both houses after the 15th of January. -- -- ------ -- -- --- --- u- -

RATES : $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates.F. Take train to Daytona. then 'Bus across. the river to the hotels. WIa3T PALM JUCACIl. i

C. HAYDEN, Manager POST A GILL, Managers.
....
- -- HOTEL SEfNOLE1WEST! PALM BEACH, FLA.
SPIUNGS. HAWKS A1CK: i
- MAGNOLIA Illp( -to-date and modern In all Its appointment., with Urn, airy rooms, whloh. ,
will appeal to the comfort loving tuurl,,'.. Militated directly opposite the
'I Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. BAY VIEW HOUSE HAWKS PARK FLA. Itoyal Poluclann, commanding magnificent view up and down Lake Worth..
ipolia Springs (St. Johns River.) The house has been thoroughly renovated, and Is under new initaagement..
Goo l, home-like and comfortable place. Patronized by companionable peo Huperlor cuisine, with northern white waltreisn Hunting, Fishing, Boating,
28 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river steamers. ple. Good table, home cooking. Fresh milk and vegetables. Warm and comfortable second to none. Kitten, f J to.1 per day. ftpvclal by the w ek. For prospea- S Sto.
Cp n fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevators. Electric lights. Pure room.. Excellent flailing from pier In front of hotel. Rates low. and Information apply to ,{. C. SUMMERS Prop. +

spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis Fl bloll. Shoot-. WM. TUNHTALK, Proprietor ----- -_._ ---. --- .. ----.--- -.-- --- _-.._--._- -..- .. -. .. R'! S
l 11IjC. Two swimming pools and Vapor Baths. $4.00 per day. and Special weekly _-- .- ..- -- -- -- -- _.. -. .. -- _. .. -- PAI.M IIIMC'If.
hies. O. D. SEAVEY:! Owner Manager. .
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GREEN COVE 8PKINGS. :J-ItI oC :;o-c CD05* J C' 13 U -' Everybody does to... The Palm I Beach Largest The Hotel f,

\ Next to In the World
)TEL ST. ELMO GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA. .Plaza Hotel.
. .. Rates $3INtPer: day and n p. Special monthly
Under new management. First-lass In every respect. Hot Sulphur Baths. s Room with or without private tinth. Located next' ; "

Hotel located near Famous Sulphur Spring. Rates, M per day. Special rate INDIAN RIVER, DETtoolE-lodKO, J1W1n. to Polnolana Hotel, with beautiful rotund. 105x85, i
v overlooking tropical Lake Worth Close to
ocean
JRProp.
I GEO. L. WRIGHT
by the week. Write for folder.
'
fHWTRESQRT and alii the otlier attraction and sport of this most
-mer House: "The Monntvert" Middletown Springs, Vt. THE GREAT OK ORANGE FLORIDA" 9 ti "',-,-.,. popular winter resort In the world. Our. porters,
- .---L with bicycle chairs meet all\ trains at Polnclana itsv i
.
,
PALATKA.: ___ A handsome modern'hotel, located on the banks of the famous Indian n :y,w.- ic tlon. Splendid fishing and shooting 1
- River, In the midst of an nit-acre bearing orange grove Steam heat In ; CHAM. A. STONE:, Manager, to
every room suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by 1 t"w r 'II
ie Graham Hotel PALATKA FL t. everyone the best in Uockledge; East Coast Railway depot In the hotel r Palm hunch, Florid. : ,r
grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal management and rates.
:fear steamboat landing, and opposite the office of the Ocklawaha River Accommodation for 200. I r

Steamers.O100lhly. Rates, $:2.50 to $3.00 per day.. Special LEE' low A: NYE ales Proprietor weekly) or S. II. PECK Manager. :Beach, Club Cafe. .

-- Summer It..ort-Th. N.w Arlington II.t.1. lvt..k. .jr. Mlrh. leading r..
------ -- ort of the Great lake. Open June to Octotwr. (Incorporated.)
DeLANO.
:t-o-C :"'-CCl1' n Adjoining ground of Hotel Royal PolncUna Palm Reach, on the north. ?
.. ..

It M l Putnam, DELANO.Open from FLA.'December to May NEW- ROCKLEDGE- HOTEL- -- ROCKLEDGE, FLA.OPENED Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.FirstClass .

Fishing, Hunting.Rat's .
Npe. Golf Boating
al'Party, Family and Season Rates address. ,
For Information I IVAl. Chef Cuisine anti -
week. Service.
IJ to |.J per day. Special by the rroprletor.COUOXAI .
\ P. CHASE, OX DECEMBER U.
- . Private XU.111g Pnr1ors. J. .
Situated on the banks of the famous Indian! River, In the heart of the orange Order received for Dinner Parties of any number at all boar
BEACHJell's
>O
raising district. Good hunting; unexcelled fishing; and a flrt-clas orchestra. -

FI.A. Room en suite with bath. Steam heat! Livery, launches and boats. 8ANFOICI i1
REACIl,
Seaside Hotel t I CORONADO or the finest Leaches 10 the world.) Rates *2-V) per day and upward Special weekly rates until January 30th. n
(One HOTEL WILTON SANFORD. FLA.
The
Later med renovated. Fin minutes IL P. SHARES A SON, Proprietors. :
repaired tit the .
new management. Thoroughly oa the Coast.'nil Open year. Rate*, $j.OO per da%
grounds
'ask''to North Indian River brldge-tbe finest San fishing Pavilion facing the Ocean. --- -- .. -_ A fnt-ola.. home-like hotel. Near steamboat landing. Tlve lines of railroad '
t .athlng every month 10 the year. Large those Wh are In search of retvw > Steamboat service Jacksonville Sulphur swimming pool. Good
*
pleasant: inter home at reasonable rates for Smyrna depot See hotel advertisements on 4th page.
.;leaith atotvice. and pleasare. Hotel wagooette meets HERBERT all trains t LEGG, Manager.- hunting and fishing. U. C. SAVAGE, Prop.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 28, 1902.

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FLORIDA Visitors Invited BASEBALL AT ORMOND. E. L. :se :cscZ
are Robbins & Graham Co.f : :e O
I to the Jewelry and Souvenir shops of the .
I On Saturday, March 22nd,Ormond won -DEALERS IX- .

xAl'r ({; i9' Its this seventh season taken consecutive two games victory from, having Daytona PAID UP(Incorporated CAPITAL')$25,000.00. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODU

two from St. Augustine, two from We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for APES Ft-1
I I. i
Jacksonville II 1 W. Bay St. ; $: t. Augustine DeLantI, and Saturday's game from the This company ownsLrAN' We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade .<>t ,'
In the Alcazar; Palm liouoh, the rotuna College Arms. era Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at '
of the Polnclana: Miami, the rotunda The College Arms. nine, composed of :ID S, E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITfSVILLE you "
Nassau ,
of Royal I Palm; rotunda the pick of the tet on'Varsity team and I r \
X' of the Colonial Hotel. of the regular DeLand club, and havingas i In the Indian River Country; On the St.

third baseman the only original, In- Luole River; at New River and on Bay STT7"
Imitable and Irrepressible Quinn, he beIng CARQLLDealer
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH If have ECZEMA PIMPLES Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. a
.. ,, you CA- a whole team, substitute scorer, umpire ,

TAnnrr, IPIITHERIA, Sore Throat and all the accessories In hid one Seud for Land List.( In-

Brewing Asso's.t or any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN- rules unsquelchable of baseball Belt combinations This team, should by all Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUW AND YEGETABI

COCK'S'LIQUID 8ULPIIUK I. a guaranteed have won the !game-but it didn't. It Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your
famous St.' Lout Keg and Hot- played a hard.and fast game, and up to OEO. M. ROBBINS F. A. MORGAN, Patronage Soli!. 'e,
.
tlod beer cure. the sixth Inning the spirits of the Ormond President. Actuary. TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA.
k For Sale by rooters had down to such a level .
-
gone -- -- -- -
Sold by Messrs.F.A.Lonley andR. J.. D. SOEl..I.S.i V&IN', that even the atmosphere was affected Sward Abstract of Title Go,
p
L. Motlow,Tltusvllle,Flu. and the Orniond barometer dropped In INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
DRUGGIST.TITiSVILLE WILL FURNI8H'Abstracts
By Mr. R.L. Motlow,Coooa Fla.I sympathy, bringing on a tremendous
I FLORIDA.A thunderstorm, and lust h.re was where of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.

JOSEPH ZAPF the Ormond luck came in again. De- +Oil LANDS IN- Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special .irt,'
.
Land was In the field with the ball as
Brevard County.Office paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is ..
PLEASANT slippery as grease, when Ormond startedIn my motto
Sole Agent. SURPRISE AT to bat and run bases. Aa every opposing T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
under Law Office of
ROCKLEDGE. team has found, when the Or- I _
i v 610 to 020 West Day Street, mond boys, Annan In the lead, once get GEO. M. ROBBINS,
) On Saturday afternoon last, while at started running bases, there is no stop- TITUSVILLE, FLA.

'a 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rockledge, the proprietor_ _of this paper ping them.. _:The tide had turned In that .It Is Important You.
heard a good deal of whispering goingon inning and Mrs. Partington would have .
iih and many smiling faces around, and been as powerless on Ormond Beach In I East Coast Meat MarketTITUSVILLE I .
TOOK I'S as the name of the Rev. J. A. Hughes keeping hack the Atlantic ocean with her
was mentioned, we thought I It would be broom, as were the DeLnnd boys on the ci. F- DUIt1tN, Agent.y. .
RETREAT. as well- to find out what was the matter.It Ormond diamond to hold back the Or &=:: Where shall I buy; my furniture ? You ask yourself because it i,* ifill'|

seems that when Pastor J. A Hughesof mond score CD c::> ant. Furniture is not bought for a single season.

r Choice arrived the Presbyterian church, TitosvtHe, The following Is the result : --. Before deciding see the stock, the display, the prices.. 1:1:,.....,. It's tile tt'n,.
at Uuckledge on Saturday: last, C I'I ca.: .
+ I J IWInes. Liquors he was met at the train by L. W. Batten- College Arms.- -,lAB__ _RIll__'_T_U_O'A_ -E .C> kind all the way through. Save regrets by taking our advice. Xev.-r 411(

J'1' I and Clears. field, of Delaware, N.III.O.z and Edwin M. Saleberg .. r.f IS 1 2 9 1 0 0 .- St.r s: time aa this. Never such a place as here to suit your requirwuents.
Brown of (Harrison who ,
r+. grabbedhis I 2111nn .b 5 0 1 1 1 ::1:2: s: =:J.
Guaranteed Pure. dress suit case and escorted him to 1'oupds, .. tJ I 5 1 j :2 6 1 0 ca.:
the cosy home of the former gentleman C. Bennett. Ib IS 1 1 1 17 0 3 AAA777 John K Walker & Co. Titusville Fl

John B. Togni. un Barton aven.ue. Johnson" I 5.2 '2, 2 0 1 2 ,
A. Mrs. Battenfleld joined the groupof 14. Bennett, If 5 1 2 C d as m
.I. 2 0 0 0
ft ;, No. 10,') East Day Street, Corner Ocean. gentlemen, Mr. Brown began to-ad Fox . ..as. IS 0 1 1 1 6 0 =:J rnrn C-; Dry Goods', Shoes Millinery, Notioha Anything you want.Whaler's 1

+ Near the old stand. dress Mr. Hughes, telling him of the Bates. . .'2b 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 sa.. _

JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. high appreciation 1n which he was held, McGrath. ... rf 40 1 1 l' 00 b a
and the Interest and pleasure the visitorsto FLORIDA.
Kockledge hud 1 taken in his sermons Total431'Ti2 i -1;21 .
----- ----- ------ -- ; :i"7
that before leaving they felt that they Jewelry

East End Cafe wanted to express their appreciation In ; Ol'mond. I IAU IUTBI'OA !: Store.i
a more tangible form than mere words, ---- -- -HI-- .
and that It gave' him great pleasure to Chase .pand'ss' 5 "1 3/U/ IS II 1 i
.
WM. J. HOBAN, 1'iop'r., present to Mr. Hughes a paper containing 'F.Fitzgerald. IbIS\ 21 S 01 I Watches Clocks] Silverware E
a Hat of '72 names of those who have A.Fltzgorl 2b IS : 2 : 0 ; Jewelry, ,

'Wines, Liquors and Cigars. < been helped or benelitted by his preach Annao. ... Sb IS 21 :2230E : i
ing. Also a pocket book containing Fitzgcrald IS 21 .
0 2 :2 10 1 0 ,
ANIf AU8BB BUSCH DEER SPECIALTY, $141.03, which they wished him to accept 1I0Idbrook. .. If 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

{t as a token cf their esteem and regard Flukes . rf 4 I 0 0 0 0 0 and Jewelry. All worla warranted. for 12 months.
.(tat of town orders given prompt atten- I I.emay. .I.of 4 0 1 1 Q 0 0Ilarriman..p&'se .cam Arl",
Mall\ Orders will and careful attention
K receiveprompt"
d lion Jug trade a specialty. Mr. Hughes was too surprised to express 5 0 2 2 1 2 0
much
more. than his appreciationof
-nr-'FURNlSJIED ROOMS the kindly feelings of the many Total.I- 4111 13 1797 13 2 TITUSVILLE. -' FLOR1E:
lends. There have been very few things
done In Ilockledge that has been done 718 f1 t'IOrmond sv.a. .
Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts
so cheerfully and enthusiastically as the 2 0 0 0 3 0 4 x 11Col .,.
Jacksonville; Florida. movement to give Mr. Hughes a.substantial Arms 3 0 I0 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 I 7BatteriesHarriman Attention!

present. Special
Chase and LFltzgeraldt
We told that his
I Ir were sermons were
TUB
.Johnson, Fox and Pound. YEARS TO COME
; always received by the"many who hav
Hodgson Bros
r ,I heard them with much pleasure and Strike-out Harriman 4; Chase 7; Johnson have no terrors for the well insured m..n.lIe GIVKN: TO' MJA.JE. ORDERS FORHardware -
wneflt: and few Indeed have been the I 4. Umpire, Hamilton. !:Scorer Tyler. Is secure In the knowledge that whatever -
EAU; GALLIE
INDIAN
RIVER, FLA. The features of the gamewere the
Jirbbaths when there bas not been words Glass
of Chase and his happens his family well providedfor. TinwareCrockery vai:
Marine Railway of the highest praise for his able dlsourses. pitching flying leap for ,
Many feel that a high bounding grounder getting the And the cost of this security Is
one so
general I Merchants and Ship Chandlers well\equipped to preach sorry the gospel -and runner on the throw to first; the battingof really very' small. Our rates on IIat'ncssnd. Stoves.

.Special Facilities., one> who has the faculty for putting the Fltztreralds; the Holding of Fox, .
LUo
and the Xn.s'Uan..cc..
brilliant running catch of a difficult : ,
forth the message so clearly and forcibly -Our Stock is Complete* and We Can Fill Orders Promp
!,I tor' Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing before his hearers, should feel compelledto fly ball by Salaburg-not forgetting are moderate and by taking out a policyat

r'' Yachts and LauncheeI give op the work But many will the In coaching the evening by Quinn.entertainment an early age tile benefits are greater
an was Pritchard
Jas. c& Son.
them to their northern homes
witch
Mention th. XDVOOATIO when writing carry many lessons of Divine truth as ex plain. giVen In the Casino for the benefit of the' and premiums lower.SCAUYLER .

I I'' ed and propounded by him In his ser Ormond nine with the following pro & 3KANNING
gram : Fostoffice Box 212,
The most peculiar and Interest- mons. Overture........... .... ..,.... ...OrefioKtra.. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. "
VISIT jQg .htht.lo America ., Before we left Rocklodge another five Song, ... ... Mm.Clark...... ..,BottMwli. Correspondence Invited. Tituovi11o. :::e: ol:1d.a.SEEI .
I dollar bill arrived, to be added to the Indian War Ounce (by requeitt) Orcbentm.Tal .

; THE FLORIDAOstrich 141.03 already received by Mr. ,lIu bes. Florotlorn_laJtn>lefttx rtonir-8Rn. ,r.-se.tecte.;

Bong I>oii't Ilnrerlm You Cry Under Mr MlHtletun.Honey, Mm.Cl: .k.

Farm Co. ADMIRAL DEWEY- IS COMING. FMd Dan"eby. Remarks HobliT l hy the.Mills.A Umpire.Hallclng. : > S.


Admiral George Dewey, the "Hero of At the clone of the eui.. JACKSONVILLE. Manlll," who, with his wife has been Aiiuiin of the Ormoud team, being called -
:a spending\ the season at Hotel Breakers, upon made a very happy little peeeli.
.
r 1 lAh r w + Palm Beach, will leave for St. Augustine ; He MidA Captain of the Ormoo.l

to-monow (:Saturday: ) morning, arriving team, the boys wish me to thank you nil GENUINE Imported Stock, Just Recehred. Finest Strains of Garden Sec
at Tltusvllle about :j:3S: p. m. As for your attendance to-nlghi 1, and for the
the Admiral Is one of Tltusvllle's former interest you have shown In "I. and iu 1864 187 Florida Seed Rye and 00 Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.

n 1 RF popular visitors, we trust our townspeople our work on the diamond VV'e have /
-8eod for .
and the Indian River Band "will p Catalogue.L.
8 tiled to give you Home g od games, and
come out In force and give Jjlm a glad hat good ball
we \ to play or we never
welcome, for he fully deserves It. The CAMERON.. The Seed Stone
could have beaten nucli.a team as came .
Admiral and his and i ', / ''''.... ..; 'V
popular charmingwife :
against! us today; and I want to say right I 120 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
have engaged a suite of rooms at here, that for All round, first class ballplayers )i 1 ::::: :::
: .
the Ponce de Leon and IB Is probable :: '
and all round good fellows, It .. Io.....'.._
they will spend Easter week In St. Aug would be hard to find the equals of the ESTABLISHED I8TO.
WITH THE NEW YEAR
ustine. nine young men from DeLand. I thank
For the benefit of our readers we may you for your attention." open up one of my bottles of

say that the train that carries Admiral Next Saturday (to-morrow), Rollins' OLD WINE Olt WHISKEY M. Lane &
Son
Dewey and his wife Is due to arrive at
College 'Varnlty nine Is expected to otter and drink to the health and prosperity of
Fort Pierce, at 12:11)); Melbourne 1:35; to Ormond Its eighth vlotoiy. friends and self during the ,
r rs Eau Oallle, 1::4JI: ; Hock ledge. :3:15: ; Co year.
These and
goods are wholesome.
ooa, about 2:25: Tltusville, 2.X:: NewSmyrna pure
; ; WASHINGTON
Unexcelled for and 250 STREET NEW YQBK.Southern .
richness strength
FISHING ON INDIAN RIVER
3:02: ; Daytona 4:08; Ormond, Ihivor.JKIghb.
-y 4:17: ; and st. Augustine, at 0:10 p. m., '
forhea'th anti
to-morrow, Saturday.:! Fishing at Kookledge has been fairly ; hospitality
Aa there ls some little doubt In the good of lute and many line strings offish ROBT. L. MOTLOW Fruit and ProducZfcvdlorc23.suri.ts

minds of some as to whether the Admiral I have \been brought Into. the New TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA.
will start from Palm Beach to morrow, I Rookledge hotel thin. week.J. .

I i we see no harm In publishing his letter, G. Bennett, of New York has not Oorn.rn..issioc.:: :: :
Nearly 200 Rlgnntlo birds standing 8 to 10 feet which Is as follows: done quite so well as usual, although be L. A. Ililclreth -
high welRhliiK ten to 4pounds enoli. Ostrich uTiiR: BRRAKKHS: PAL BKACII: ) has made some fine hauls of trout and SPECIALTIES
u Just rmtuhoil.Oultlus March 2tl, luoa. ( base Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands

,lalningall eranrt about vlnltorn the bird through, their notts tits farm, h ,liiu ex., "('hall. /f. Walton Kt>j., J. Wesley Bowen of Philadelphia, has .-of... quotations tarnished on application.Ttv .
plumage,eto.Draylng "Titusville/ Flat been doing fairly well. The first of the ,

I "Dear Sir-As requested by you I week he brought In two strings of trout Rum Brandies Gins
P Uraylntc. have to .say that I expect to go to St. and four channel bass, weighing 15lbs. Whiskeys, Ttv. ..., Established GntlnMid: Seed Hons in.tfie 8"11I.
I Augustine on Saturday (the 211th!) Inst.), each One trout weighed 11.lbs. ;

i ) hauling of all kinds promptly by the train leaving here at 10MU: a. m. F. J. Simmons, of Detroit, bas been Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stont. a Y4YIit1

attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Hoping to have the pleasure of again making good catches of more than 13 The best whiskey and liquors served by Wm.: A E3o"'U.rs: : z;. C
wood and with
to
supplied. meeting yon regards. Capt. fine trout and bass every day for some
1 ALFRED HADL.BY, Tituevlllei James Prltchard time past. lie goes out In his trim little polite and courteous attention

i "I am,yours very truly naphtha launch A first clans line of foreign GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
"O DKWKT.
1' "' Clothing CleRIle> Dyed, :OUlIB: J. V. Prince, of Brooklyn N. Y., has and domestic ,
f distinguished himself as a trout tlsher- cigars..
{ Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dresses A Ituro Chance. man, by bringing In several strings offish FAULYantlllOTELTRADESolclte.1Prompt Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer

specialty. Address the past week, weighing over lOOibs.! Pev'r aMi
SAM PKKKINS, 11 10-100( arrea, (UtIO( feet frontage on U. L. Griffith, of Providence, R. I., is and careful attention given 112 East Bay Stre t, JACKSON VILLK, FL *
Magnolia Avenue andrltth. Street\ Indian and Banana rivers (Hi!> to 700
: by no means behind in hauling In the
to mall orders, accompanied by cash. Agts.forfunn: Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S.A. L. and Plant -.nte"San
,. halt Into R'y
P. O. Box 2 :>. Sanford Flft. i citrus trees, about coining tinny tribe for he bus made a splendid

bearing oranges, tangerines) grapefruit showing, bringing in some. of the largest I.. A. HILDRGTH,
I, kumquats 0 bearing! mangoes, catches of the season..
Honey for Sale. :a bearing/ nvooniim', 11.Otx bearingpines Messrs.( Sebring and Sanford are just FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. { The Nation's
+
,
ly 30O to 4H( bearing guavasbesides
,
slaughtering the lieu and duck and
b Now crop Pure Pennyroyal Honey are Mateo"nil
blullinall.rer81mlllon8,a
? 21 1 barrels tiOets grapes, nurseryof enjoying their sojourn at Rockledge
gallon per gallon. about. 1,ono( sour orange trees readyto Learn to Write Well
Best t'iyaIt't
10" In tin. (lJ\cta": equal to any one In the South ;
( bud, n fw peach trt'I'.311C'rt'1I' vegetable -
:Samples: by mull\ :Acts.J. land, 4-inch artesian well, large' The large trout have Anally put In anappnnrance

, K.: FCI.T, vlinrf, drive well soft water, .roolll at Rockledge.: F..J. Simmons For 25 cents. : ..
-4t Spruceblutf, Fla. packing house of lletrottcaugbtoleven!' on Wednesday
dwelling/ ,store building, ) A small mechanical; device jus'IDvented
tool house warehouse! 2-ton ire box, weighing, together, \Ollbs. The Professor -. -13"101.ittliL.
1 Lund Por 2 acres 011 poultry yard. Fruit this largest weighed 1-Hltm.: and the smallest by a Heldleburg, Germany
Sale. makes the
.IOO Kent 71bs. The poorest penman a Why buy Imported cigars made from *.1'
year will bring *: to IOO. pink paper' correspondent says splendid writer in a few days. heavy tropical tobacco docti-
li from vegetable lan.l will keep up grove. Mr.' Simmons wa. all alone In his launch, Endorsed by prominent College Presidents opium and other drug. when you can have the pure Florida leaf at D c<
17'v acres flrwt-clnss plnonpplo land, P. A. McMit-LAv: running the engine at well as catching and Educators price
'' dcslrnhle front, on St. Luole Aver at a Eau Gnllie, )Fla. the tUh.B3T" I Send) generally, In Amen .

I bargain., For' reasonable terms write '. ca and of 23 Kurope., cents In coin or postpaid stamps.on:State: receipt FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! Boxof ss.. .. . . . fl.'
AV. W. LI-CK, "Filter tubes for sale at
Tlbbals, Fla. Empty Sugar and Rico Ilarrcls. this office, price 21ct are; postage now extra.CALL whether for man, woman or chili!. ADDRESS.....J Bo.ofM. .. ... .. . *1..
wanted
Agents on salary or commission
'Is For sale Address, -I I s. -. '
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