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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: December 26, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. e tr Filter
LOCAL tubes are now for sale at -!Look out for the
change of schedule
-Mr. T. S. Sanders, of Indianola, was this office, price 2">ctg; postage extra. e this week, on the F. E. C./Railway CHRISTMAS IN TITUSVILLE. AMONG THE HOTELS I"

lad Topics of Oenorallnterest. In town a day or so the first of the week. N ,_ !F4
iWiAllan Metl(1' of this place Conductor L. 1'. Doesz: has returned Christmas and Its
Day
J. WISS A SOXS' IMPROVED PRACtical spent with friends at Pnlatka.p. : to Tltimvlllo and Is making: his headquarters are almost things of the many past.pleasures! The The ADVOCATE Is on file every week it '

THE ADVOCATE, orange clippers. COots at James and Mrs. Fl PwWison of Eau ot the Indian\ River hotel Christmas tree, the Christmas gatherIngs at the American Club, Havana. I I: "..

11.50: per annum, In advance. Pritchard & Son's.Mr. Oallle, attended the ball In the Tltusvlllo -Mr, Jeppo Sondergaard of Perth the Christmas family dinners and Whore to stop In Tltnsvlllef See Titusville : }

$1.00 six months, h Henry Wilson, of the Wilson\ Opera house, last night. Amboy, N. J., son-in-law: of Capt. Peter eggnog! parties, and the Interchange; of hotel"ad! on our 7th page. ti tiThe "
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Cypress Co., l'alatka was a Nelson of love's tokens! marked yesterday an a
passenger on -Mr- Casper Minis has returned from South'1'itueville, la spending ADVOCATE la now on file at all : '
I When you subscribe for the ADVO- Monday's: train, en route to Miami. Stetson! University, DeLand, to spend the holidays here. this hallowing town Influence .In the families of the host hotels In New York city. I'f

ITS by the year It does not Included.Note cost you -Miss Alice Sanders, of Indlanola, the holidays with his relatives -Mrs. M. S. Jones, Miss Annie Jones Christmas Day. In Tltunvllle\ opened Where to stop along tho Kant Coast. )it,

,..e cents per week, postage who has been at DePunlak Springs for -On Christmas day the Florida East : and Mr. Vie\ II. Jones left hero Tuesday with booming of lire-crackers and the See list of hotels on pages 4 and 7. 'q.

date of expiration printed'upon tome( time past, returned home on Sun. Coast Railway reduced Its rate of fare for St. Lode, to have an enjoyable blowing of horns by the small boy and The Breakers, Palm, ih+tech, under the it,

Lr paper or wrapper every week. This day. on the main line to three cents a mile. family \reunion at Christinas.Mr. quite a din was kept up from early dawn asHlHtiint management. of Mr. Leland h'

receipt for your money. No need -Dr. E. E. Rollins', after a week's vacation George U. )Fearing of Boston to late in the day x retosday.
-Mr. U. E. Mima left here'l'aesday', / a Stony, opened for the sonuon on Wed* ,
for subscription. In Green Cove and While some went to church In tho :-
Bend receipt spent Springs of
to guest Canaveral Club
killed alligator .
rue for Charleston, S, C., and now the boys a big ,
Jacksonville returned to Titusville last morning, others went sailing, huntlnu, !
date gives It to you. ; this week. lie is '
he for
now
Saturday.Mr. are all surmising what ho went to /going riding and driving The churches were The Magnolia\ Springs )hotel, Mitgnolln \ \i : ",
ADVOCATE Is on Charleston for. bear. lie has hot! hundreds of ducks. Fla. under the ablo of
TUB EAST COAST all gaily decorated with blight ilowers, management .
ile at the following news-stands, at five Wade IT. Jones, who has us>en -Mr. A. V. O'Neal received, Monday -1\lr. and Mrs. Goo. B. Hall and family palm leaves, vines, etc., etc. Service 111 r. O. D. Huavey, will be ready. to receive t

I onto per copyTitnevilleB.: at St. Jjuclo for Home time past, came up a handsome new silver slide baritone, atul. Mie..1.\ c. Jones and baby, came was 1u-liIat tho Kplscopnl' church In the guests on the Oth Instant. This U ') I

R. Wilson & Son. to town this week to spend a few days, born This Is quite an acquisition for up to town Wednesday, to spend morning, and there wan a very fair attendance. a tine, up-to-djir.e hotel, nnd the manager : ./,

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. before leaving for the Klondike, near the Titusville band Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall : Archdeacon Brown preached U very popular with tourists I tOn ,
News stand Union depot Quay, to spend Christmas. one of his excellent, suitable to "
,, Master John Graham of Miami who sermons, the Uh page of this Issue will bit f
:Miss Grace ,
Reed
whols
a student the occasion; It wall short, but to the found the ad. of Mel-
CAM A'! F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- at Uollius ban be"nlll Sanford for some time past, Myrtle Cottage t.i ;
ads. ten cents College, Winter 1'aik, arrived point, and nil present seemed to appto- bourne Beach little "home from '
notice are a
r Reading graphic Gallery; TltiiHvllle, and see heieou arrived In town Wednesday, on Ills way cozy ,j.
this Tuesday, to spend the holidayswith chile' It. Wherever you go, short nor- home," kept by Mist draco O. Comings;:
r line on page. > his sample of Photogiaphs. Flashlights her mother aDd brother. to Miami: to spend Ctnlstinas< with his '...
moos of from 15: to 20! minutes are the It Is delightfully situated on the peninsular ,
by appointment at any time. parents.
E. L. Brady has been enjoying a ...Miss ones the people wttut. f Moloourna.Mr. '
Always' something new. > Jessie Sanders, of Indinnola, nearly opposite! ,
Miami this week. who has been -Ono of the convict guards: at the The weather on Christmas Day was
at :Stetson De
I.Mr. offer to men with small -Mr. ,W. L. Thomas, of Valdosta, Ga., Land, stopped over here a University few hours, on Monroe turpentine farms, while In town delightful. The sun was out In all Its Arthur It. Wood, formerly chief t t""
clerk of the late Ht. James hotel Jack-
Look shai ply for W.'W. Luce's has been spending: a few days at his Tuesday, en route home for the holidays Christmas clay, wan severely hurt by glory, and the thermometer registered r
MoovlllelIhow..d his ;
orange grove at Wiley's Avenue. Ills a kick from a horse, which was received jll< degrees In the shade, with doors and Jellialoonnteolince
d 1.on page 8. grove looks In fine condition; and natur just above the knee. windows open, and I flowers of all kinds at Tltunvlllo on Monday. not wan on

[ -The offices of the Walton Tackle ally, he feels quite proud of It. Take note of the ad. of the Palm In bloom In the gardens. And this, with his way to the Breakers, 1'alin. Beach to .
eiookCo., are now Ivcaiod at No.401 reach ( 'Rfe, Palm Beach, owned by the -Mr. Porson PaddUon came up from the orange trees coveted with golden oncupv his former position( chief of '' f.
-Mr. Frank II. Matthews\ leader of Fort fierce Chrlatnas Day, to spend tho tho ollloe staff. l' ,
(ulnntio avenue, Boston. popular Messrs. Bradley Bros., on our fruit, made a pretty sight In TUusvlllo
the Indian River Band left Titusville holidays with Mr. and Mrs George M.
4th of this Issue 7th next and, ChiUtmag 1>
page ; page neighborhood on IIY. Of late we have heard words of
would do well Robbins. lie attended the dance many
readers to In the
-Our pat- Tuesday, to spend the Christmas holi-
week. Yesterday, the old 1 and
: were young praise spoken In connection with the interior i
onlze those merchants who are bidding days with his parents in Ocula. lie will Opera house la the evening. ,
the young old, and many a stocking WAR of the Indian River hotel, Tittisvllle. I +
columns.Miss -Mr. Bryan McCarty paid our office a
patronage In these return to Jltusvtilo about the first of call on Tuesday while en route to his -Miss Ethel!: Coutant was a passenger hung up to see what !Santa: Clans would) It certainly bits put on an air of

Bessie Orisard, Cocoa's popular January. home at Eldied I,,from :Stetson:! University, on Wnduosihiy's northbound train, en send. Some of tho stockings were largo cleanliness and neatness this winter, and R ,'t''

dung school teacher, Is In town, enjoy. -The members of Canaveral Club Demand. lIe Is on vacation during the route from Miami to Oak Hill, to spend and some small, but not wishing to be many old coiners to Tltusvllle have favor.' ,
of the holidays with her friend, Miss have been having fine sport during the holidays. the Chi'tattling holidays with her parents outdone the ADVOCATE hung up a sack, ably commented upon It. \

lepb Mima. pase two weeks If wo may judpe from Miss Ethel looks Us blight .us ever. which was well filled with lIefull1OI Manager\ Fred Merry, of the famous v
Charles II. Hall the ornamental from various r
veteran
-Capt. pints
-Mr and Mrs. W. H. MuFarland, of the large number of ducks sent over to fisherman, bicyclist and golf, player, of -The many friends of Mr.\ George W. of the United presents States. Flagler hotels at Palm] Boaoh, was a passenger

Itaivllle! after a visit of some weeks In Tltusvlllo, for distribution among our New York accompanied by that famous Scobie were pleased to see him step oft Christmas In Tltusvlllo wan a merry on Friday' southbound train, en
West residents The ADVOOATE acknowledges the train at Tltusvllle on Monday. Mr. fiom Hot Springs Va. to Palm Beach. k
impa, have been "doing" Key for families and to the ,
fisherman Capt. Clow, of Chicago, went one many ; see
till week receipt of a bunch of ducks from Supt.J. Soobio Is In business at Norfolk, Va., and Mr. S terry wall accompanied by Mrs. "
their little big onus
south 'uesday-bntb on to numerous tol.-ayo, ,
G. Bast. on way : and hiss come here to spend tho holidays and and Mr. Fred C.
Mterry family, King! ,
ARDWARE OF EVERY DESORIP- the :Breakers, Palm Beach, for the wlu- too-wending, their way homewards, I \C
clerk In
with his hotel
family. one of the most popular
Jones of Lake Park Ga. from the Christmastrees
Uon. Stoves for coal wood -Mr. M. T. ter. loaded with presents !
Beating McDonald
D.
I the United States. Mr, C. ,
was a pleasant] caller at this office on Friday When advertisementsin was a sight to make the heart ,
oil answering
II. Fernald
gas, or gasoline. Gao r
el)
-A good deal of correspondence arrived Mr. Hierry' private bookkeeper way
Sanford Fla. last. He han bu !u spending, several these columns' you would 1 confer a glad, and bring back pleasant memories
the belated I trains Wednesday go In the ,
on '
days at his orange grove near Minis. Mr. favor by eating you saw tho itdvt. In the of !Merry Old Unalnnd. party
-Mr, J. W. Ballantine, who Is spend' Jones has not been here In about two aftoinooa just before closing, limo; andas MART COAST ADVOCATE. U> so doing There were four church Christmas Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, will ;

og the winter at Sharpes, came up to years, and was astonished at the prosperous we gave our entire stall a holuliy, you will receive butter attention flQtn rtl'oilin town this year, vtas the Kplsco- open f, r the season of IIIOJ :'I, on lanuarylOlh I ,i

own on Monday, and while here, bought condition of the orange groves In this Chilgtmas Dav, there was no one In the the advertisers! i pal" Presbyterian, Baptist and, MethodUt under the proprietorship of Haru- l
Items In
lr.B. D. Prltohard's fine setter dog. section of Indian Hlver. ADVOCATB! office to put the | and In addition to these, the peopleof mast A Co. Tlil I"I a well known, up-

-Mr. Ed. type. -Miss Agnes Whlttun, a blight young LaGrange had a large/ tree. These to-lute hotel and will bn under the management

embers of Bradley the firm, one of of the popular Bros. Hunting parties are returning to Mayor O. A. Frost, of Tltusvllle, baa lady from DaUy, Ua,, arrived In townyesterday trees were all loaded with presents for of Mr, A. L. Marsh.\ Rookledge
Bradley and
town dally with ]urge bugs vf quail to the winter with her
''ilm Beach been receiving hearty congratulations spend old nnd young, and happy smile spread will be crowded with tourist In.. few e;
was a passengei; on Sun duck. On Monday Nesers.J. ,
sinning
friend Miss Aleph Mima Both Indies
that over the countenance of the recipientsa week and the Hotel Indian River will,
this week owing to the fact on p
iy s south bound
train
looking an bright and T. Paul Smith of La
T. Doneghy attended the ball' In the Opera house on
called and the of
their full share
him were usual Its
names pre
art happy as Tuesday mOl nlnlf his wife presented HD /got patronage I
ever. Plata. Mo. and E, J. Smith, of Jack- Christmas
; with a fine-bouncing boy for (!liilstman., night. senta handed In them. Head tha ad. on our 7th page
-Dr. Fremont Smith and family are sonville, Fla., went duck shooting, and In the Thore was quite a largo attendance at
The ADVOCATE joins congratulations. -Miss Minnie Jones of Live Oak
f
::!rain ensconced in their beautiful Cole returned to the Indian River hotel, Tl- and Miss Martha JonoH, of Wuyoross. the Christmas trees, but would have Mr.\ II. Stanley Stevens, tho genial proprietor
at Palm Beach where will tusvllle, with forty ducks. been had not been of the Palm Beech hotel Palm .
they as two sisters of Miss Nettle Jones, the pri- many more they
Uttal, spend the is Members of Indian River Lodge, No. crowded within half hourof Beach, sends the ADVOCATE one of bin
winter. Dr. :Smith: Mnjor f. M. Taylor, who bad beenIn teacher In the Tltusvllle High together -an-
P" 00 F. & A. M are requested to meet In mary : new booklet, which Is gotten up In Avery
physician for Hotel Royal Poinciana. St. Augustine for a week or so with school are upending the holidays with each other. Tho Episcopal, Presbyterianand
full at the Lodtte-room at Indian neat and! attractive style. It Is very
force : Methodist churches held their celebration
-Mr. his wife and little boy, returned homeon their sister at the Mime Cottage They ) -
J Jas. T. of Miami\ Illustrated with
Sanders and
spent ex-
behindto River hotel, Titusville, this (Friday) on Christmas Eve, whllw the clearly printed,
Iwterday in West Palm Beach, looking Saturday, leaving Mrs. Taylor evening, at 7:3U: o'clock sharp, as the attended the ball last night. Baptist church held their tree entertainment cullout cuts of views vf various| points of
fur his business Interests here. Mr look after their son, who had been conferring of F. C. degree, election of officers last evening, Christmas. Interest at Palm Beaoh, and also of the .

adore< was the victim of a very painful successfully operated upon for hernia by for the ensuing year, and paymentof oloso to publication Palm Bench hotel, which Is In the heartof
CHURCH NOTICES. Coming so our
Went while Dr. :S.: U. VVorley, assisted by Dr. B. It. close
beautiful Palm Beach and to
out fishingMonday, hav- dues will be In order. I by, we have not much time to get a full ,
dislocated(! Wilson\ of Titusville. They are expected while
: his right shoulder.-Trop- the railway station and the lake;
''al Sue, Dec. 20th. home In about a fortnight. Major J3T There are a few of our subscribers The Tltusvllle Piosbytcrlan Sunday report of these events about, but them' we later.may have the ocean I II only n short distance from
Is the newly-appointed postmasterat who have forgotten the fact that something to nay '
Taylor will
the hotel. Tile Palm Beach hotel
-Mr. school will meet at 'tH: /Sunday families. entertained relativesand
Daniel S. Devlnne the every Many
of the famous Tltusvllle.The they are In arrears. Please examine accommodate about 000 people and will
HOQe Press, one of the largest pilot- namo-and-date slip pasted upon your paper afternoon. filends this week. Mr and Mrs.
be managed by Mr. W. II. Ormoi, of
Record
ogbouMes, In New York city! arrived In Florida Fraternal published or wrapper every week. We will be Rev. John Mack will preach In the Tl- Robbing are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. New York, who I I. well and favorably
editor
Ituavllle on and after by that talented and popular list and we church O, V. 1'ad.llson and family, of Eau Oal-
Sunday, spendrneouple soon revising our mailing tusvlllo Presbyterian next Sun known through his connection with the
of days here, he left for his Mr. J. W. White, says: "We are very do not like to strike our Mends off, owing day morning at 11 o'oi<)('k. A cordial lie; Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge and family Florida East Coast New York and otherlir.teIl11111 ;
,
neapple plantation at Bay View, near pleased to note that our /good friend to their oversight In not paying their invitation Is extended: to all. of Miami, will be the guests of Capt. hotels.] Mnnsrs. Steven and y
abar. Mr. DeVlnne' friend Captain J. O. Walton, of Tltusvllle, inventor and Mrs. James Piltohard to-day; Mr. ,
re always pleased to many of the 'Walton Patent Self-Lock- subscription.Mr. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine and Mrs. W. S. Braonlngentertained;: Dr. I Ormes Intend furnishing the ieighe.tclass
I Bee him on Indian Caulking F. Pettee who has been at service next In All Sainte Rollins Mrs. I. C. service for $.1 per day and upward,
liver. lug Tackle Block' and the 'Rapid L. on Sunday and and Mrs. 1<:. K, ,
Machine,' has organized a company his winter home at Kocklndga for a weekor church, Waveland-Jerjsen at 10'M:: a. m. ISlannlng' and Miss Emma Wright; Mr. and we hAVe no doubt the l'alm Beach
r? Charles B. the wholeS of ) suddenly called to New I'mils church Tlbb..U at :'I had bin the Sent- hotel will do a big tourist business this
Cory, In Boston, with a capital stock $100- two, was In He. p. m. II. VVII on as guest: at
under of Canaveral Club, was a 000() Captain Walton holding a controlling York, Tuesday, on account of the Illnessof and In !St. Andrews church, Furl Pierce, bier cottage Mr. and I Mrs A. K. Wilson; winter. ie

on Sunday's southbound train, : Interest In the company by receiving one of his business stuff. He said he at 7 30 p. m.Oyster. 0.11111011'. and Mrs. Wm. M, Brown, Miss
h II route to Palm Beach for the winter. :$31,000 In stock and *:>>,OUOln cash. The regretted! to have to return to New Yorkto Louise Brown, Master Mark Brown and MARRIED AT MICANOPY. r ,

nuirt Was accompanied by Mrs. Cory and name of the company, which has been face such cold weather, but thero was Roast at Merritt. Major F. M. Taylor were the guests of

Lor.'i Master Charley Cory Prof. formed under the laws of New Hampshire no alternative. His family are at Rock- Mr. Clias. 11. Walton at the Indian River :Mr. Van T. Worlay, marshal of Tltus J

lbl I:! Is an enthusiastic hunter,and many is 'Walton's Self-Locking Tackle ledge, basking In Florida sunnhlne; but hotel. vlllo, returned home on Friday afternoon

li hi.r unerring tlon has fallen a victim Block Company.' they had to have their Christmas dinner Boys, look out for the big Oyster There were Christmas trees at various last with a bride. Mr. Worley was marred
i aim. lie Informs us that without the head of the house on this Roast at "The Wigwam," Merritt. Is houses In town, Including one at Mr. on the 17th Instant to Miss BertlaMarea

law"III soon run UP to Tituvlll for a occasion land. A moonlight sail evenings.: Jap- and Mrs. George M. Kobbla, Captain of Mlo lOOP1, The wadding took
Kod d days, to have a shot at the quail Cut-Boat For Sale. anese Lantern Music Hot Oyesreis. and Mrs. Ja. I'rlichard, Mr. and Mrs.K. phase at the residence of the f

duck that abound In this part of Gardner's Flyers.TO Yum I Yum I II I Hotel Opening night A. Morgan's, Cap*, and Mr. I'eter ent, and the nuptial knot IIrlde'aJar.

lvard county. Cabin Cat-Boat, fitted for cruising; soon. Watch for It. NeUon's, In South Tltusvllle,. and at the Rav. Mr. Edward, the Baptist min
.
bunks lockers, new sail. Cheap. other places.M titer
Furnished 2 Address, Box CO, Cocoa, Fla. ONE AND ALLA rn L. C. Brannlng gave an eggnog There wa a large attendance of relative t
House for Kent. For Sale, Hearing Orange Grove, party Christmas Eva. and friend*-about 00 In all-to y.

A leVen-room Manager O. JI. Vow had' the Indian whom wa given a aupper, and after receiving r
house. the rooms com- Outingfor Sale. River hotel beautifully decorated.
leteiy I Yawl HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS many present and hearty congratulation -
furnished, for rent until spring About four acres. Trees came through The Indian River Band dlllCo..raeda"lIet left next
Address .'P. O. Box 33"Titusville be NEW YEAR.C. the great freeze without being killed. the treat *, the happy couple
m music on yesterday
Length 20 feet, 8 feet, draught Not leaf Injured since then by the cold. day for their future home In 'J'ltunllle.I .
Fla. Good Two berths. Titusville, Fla. a morning. I Marshal ha been heartily congratulated
14 Incheit. Cabin, A. GARDNER, Kelson for selling.,: Terms to cult. All the church Christmas trees were a Worley friend who
his Tltusvlllo
Addiess Box 107, LOCK Box KM), by ,
Tents for Hale 4t Tltusvllle, Fla. Melbourne Fla. grand access. wish him and his bride a long life of
Cheap.
Sale.
for last
Launch 2t The dance at the Opera house, connubial bill and prosperity.
Protect night, was quite a suacen, and the merry
'la your oranle tree and tender Houseboat For Sale. 6 feet. Standing Launch For Bale. dancer "tripped the light fantastic" to for
beam
cold 25: feet
50 MoFarland Length ,
"1\1 Sizes> .nl ; ,tenU, Mahogany Inspiring music until midnight Sale.
for curtains.
sale, cheap. roof and storm I -

WM. M. BROWN, For sale a comfortable lift: beam houseboat 13ft., finish with Mahogany and from glow partition cockpit.Iocken Launch "Vfanhattan," owned by the -- Young;:, gentle, harness horse, well
: length, room Launch Wanted.
Dimensions engine
Tltusvllle, Fla. separating feel. suited for ladle to irlva.
;33
Lead-room Smith. Length
In cork late U. Julius / ,
4ln.; draught. 18 inches; under all seal,. Pantesote, MONT HAKCICR, .
for cabin, 9ft. Anchors, tails, bedding and filled cushlngs. Hull copper sheathed Ten b. p. Murray *; Tregurtha overhaul engine.and Wanted to buy a small ganolena launch 3t Address, Jensen, Fla. .
Recently
Launch Sale. cooking utensils, eta. ft H P. Also Vapor Motor, .afe and reliable Closed cabin. condition. Bottom at once. BLAiR, Merritt, Fla.
house-boat Is now lying at For further particulars pat In llrit-cliM ,
k3feet long, b.illtb;; Oeo. Glograss Tltusvllle This cosy, and will be sold cheap. usel address Kerosene., "Box 7JI." copper sheathed. Speed, 0 miles. For Doors, Sauli and Jlllnd ,
o ,
old Laflin Tltusvllle, Fla. ; St. Augustine;: Fla. price and further Information Inquire of, For Sale, at Daytona. '
M.
rst-cla.a J. ,
:qQlplealr eoodltloo.Ie Address, Fulton street, tf Mrs. II. JtrLius SMITH. Building ?$Isterj'j'"d; Brick at lowest Y

Add King engine, speed U% or C. F. Naetblng, 118, 27feb Rockledge, Fla. Choice Hammock lands, particularly price.., Prompt ihlpmcnu. > atf 3v
real, New York City. Dade County Land For Sale. adapted for growing Orioge, also Irish OKO. H. FKR 'ALI>, '
Launch, care ADVOCATE, potatoes. WII1..IIIQ Iota of from 10 torO Sanford, Fla.

Tltnsvllle Fla. Launch for Sale. For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof Pineapple and Orange Land. acre C. BCCKJCAH,

outheast quarter of section 3, township 10m Jacksonville, Fla. 11 lie wood Wanted. .
Yacht for Sale or Charter. A 33ft naphtba launch, 6 horse power I 38. mouth of range 41 east; close toO Choice pineapple! and orange land, on aBides

Sloop Morris Heights engine; cabin entire K. Wood pineapple plantation on peninsular, between Waveland and Sew. To .Itl uslelan.. asked for 'on* hundred cord of

}Heet drat"yach' 38 fetlong I ,: 11* feet beam, length of the boat; plate glass windows, St Lade Rh'er10; acre.. all's Point, fronting on both the Indian four-foot pine,lightwood or mixed, f.o b.

." II 8 years old, goal: cabin flags and leather cushions. Boat only Also the northeast quarter of northeast and St. Lade Rivers, beautiful location, A baritone horn for sale, nearly new; on line Fla. Jr.. O. Ry. Bight reservedto
ell 0':c ihirter for for "on0- Will two jean' old. Cost, new, 3,700; will qu'arter of section 18, township 88, near Gilbert's Bar Inlet. Sold In 5 and coat 'i5/X); will sell for U.OO. Can be raut| any or all bid..

1 the wlnlerNlce farnIfboat. ell for $1JWO), ca h. south of ranga.41 east; on sooth fork of 10 acre lot*. Also new, three-room cot.tags eon at the store of W. n. Moses, S
r Will\ furnish captain for boat Make early application for this bar Ladle. River; to rent. Apply to J. R. WALKER A Co., Agent Waterworks,
ehartersxg Bt. !'wAproxo, ...
Address gain. Address, ;nr" : C. U. HACBY, TltusvUle, Fla. 4t Welt Palm Beach, Fla.
w3 G. V. ROGERS, HOTKL I5DIAS: RIVER Titu vllle, Fla. Wareland, Fla.

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.. ixit-exeiwid toe Hundred Thoiis. I,. S. Eldred *':F ::
Jr.
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tftw: Compa..y..a31 JII'J.I40n
: lit U inndcr- luteattota "8 Atpply !
of
him which 10 plty"as. Notice
a ,
illKMXNi Uollars, asxl otber'ndebtedne.1t
you tell me what tbe trouble U. and ( ) Elias Matter, F. M. HUlison
stood.his'extremely Involved'sentences, shall not be cieated in e eetM -of Twenty-Flv '
"It's awful! uKUln ejaculated :.susan Letter Patent.TVT : (Thousand. SD.INHI) Dollars 'ln" In Hiring thei..< John Miller, F. M. JtuR( |
impressively aud 1 began to believe It he Is hoping I believe tbe fellow wrote 1 1afteruoon. limits tbe preferred shock shall. not Ve considerad IChr stensen, )'.1\1. Huclso

'pining;' .orsome ..such word thls very as Indebtedness.IN A. Christensen F. M.
really must (,e. for there was Just the OTICE 18 HrSKEBY oG.lVENr.HAT\ : THE W1TNKH8 WHEREOF, the fentlerslgned Hu.Uti
Wauts to .start out '00 ''the I\ the Ho... W.'8. the O K. Dutton, F. M. IlmU
suspicion of dimness In her blg-ejea. nnd rslKned. will apply to ; have joined as subscribing Irwirporators ot "11
"A wtul !" I repented lightly uaaiiniDg new your with cartload of .illusions Jennings, <* vornor or .Florida at the Kxfliitlv FLORIDA EX'rilACf COM4-ANY.each of them F. J. Bates! F. M. Hud ,
and fantastic anticipations of ,coming e *oillce atTMlluuasiwe, the Cal\tul.\ uQ the I subscribing for the following numlxrof sh.roof E. .r. Pitts! F.M.lIu"S!
closely Sue's lovely. Dunned, perturbed I SlMhdaycf Iwueuilioe:, A.:tJ.! IIKW for Lettersfutont tha common stock of the Corporation which
face. "What is tbe catastrophe wblcbhn I, ,happiness HapplneoM. with Louise upon the m>|iosed Charter pnbllshadbeWXIUJAM are to be paid for in property labor or service) }[add Haaraard F. M. HiuN I ,,'II,,
!Monlsonr I added sardonically."Why at a:June valuation to be ttxedny the Directory H Knudsen, F. M. HmN,',,
befallen during my absence? liasa M. BHWWK, I .ol the Company at a meetiDg to be called for HansJ.Chrlstlansen.F.\ Huds
burglar carried off diamonds? I venture to predict ,ori next <1. A. WCULAIBAM tbat purpose, "M
your New Year's he will be .looking .around ALLAY N MttlW, YVU.LIAM t'JJ.wK.:: ... .... son shares.C. A. llf Christiansen. F. M. HuiUn,",
Or bave your dressmaker and tailor W. B. llUAMNIMO! A. WH.LAHAN.. .. .. .. .... loslmres.ALLAN IA. 1>. Jones! F. M. Hu.isun[
polled your gowns? Say the word.and for a method to escape. 8. 1'. .OKAY.CHARTER N. MBIIO,... .. .. .... 10 shares.W. E. J. Traynor M. [
Hudson
.... .. .. .. .. ,
I poked the flre viciously for .I Wus S. HHANSIMI: Jl'sbnres. '
I'll cable to ParIs and London." 'S. F. GlUT.. .... .. . .... 1(1( shares. O. O. Beck 1< :M. HiuU,,,,
"Neither, you silly boy," answered sorely grieved to !note the pain way OFTHB FLORIDA EXI1'1U.CI'oJClMP.UnC. WILLIAM..I. lijaows of Tltusvtile,Florida. W P. Jones, }'. M. HuiKoi,

Sue. "It's worse. Just rend that." down ,In .tlie depths of Sue's gray eyen. C. A. Wl.LAHX. of AHTtot.nl. The naina I roughly tneabsurd F.
and spoke !
purposely M.JIuiN.m[ .
of litusvllle Florida.
Sue tossed over to me an open envelope the VLOIUDA KX'CItAC'1'\tIOANY.wl.tb. principal W. H. HRANai.w, ,
affair. The little girl must .. F. of Tltusvllle, Fioiida. Geo K.Poppell 1<'. M.
containing a note letter and ..Itlce at Tltusvdlle.. Fl trldaAuucLBlI. 8 QUAY HuK[ ,,,,
or needs prow accustomed to the situation. Tbe ok joeM for wbksh: tbe Corporation STATIC OF FLORIDA, IBltKVAKO Peter Peterson, :Io'. JI. Hud-on, ,,
Used ou uie. a look of surprise and despair. Is tistablished aie : COOXTV, f J. J. Findley< F. M.
The the !better. Hudson
sooner
iHislnessof mannfaLturlnir -
(a) To carry ou tbe making On this 20th d..y..f November, A. I>., 1002
personally John J. Britt \
F. M.
In all natural Hiidsm
"I'll send a note to him right off buying:, mlllnir, dealing Drown C. ,
before William M. ,
me.
came
'Well, 'I "did, turning over tbe 'missive .. 1 uumulaotuned ofIraylnic P. }{
I saIdbUl'I'lellly.. 4'H commercial < imtUucts; A. Willahan, Allen ti. Medd, W H. Brantiing and E. Koblnaon F.< M. Hudson(
then Totn Sue
and in woods, plants,
without reading it, -can't see nolliiin dealing and all H. F. Gray, each to me personally veil known F. P. Christensen, 10'.1\1.\ 111111sIIII'.T.

Jiow this-can interest you no.k enly, aa will '*be myew Year's greeting to roots nbres that can and bomade palmetto: f r.and>m any..f any t bom products ;of and each of them acknowledged tome tbat he W. Fransen, 1<'. M. lIuUMin[ .
.
I* r It la not addressed to you" him and she laughed brightly. producing. manufacturing.. ', making;, extractingand signed,,IN WU'NKSH l the foregoing! : WHEREOl'Chart.1 have hereunto set T. Hansen F, M. Hudson(
*
On tne envelope was written In Cameroo's But my car could dutect Jangle. In be soiling any ..nd..11. ,manufactured products or things extracted ; that my hand and official seal at Tltusville, Florida, KeU I). Hanson, F. M. Hud-nn
made produced
abominable handwriting '"alias 'the sweet notes. ran from woods, plants roots fibres, palmetto or tbe data llrst in this certificate written.HEAL O. K. Prince, F.; 1H"IIIIIII\

Louise Morrison." "What dunces men are," I .soliloquized any other growdi tiling or substauoe of producing uov28Ueo<((M>c ] F. A., ]MORGAN"fiotary Public., 1>. G. Fredericksen, 1<'. :M.: Hudson

.... .....-...... ........ Internally and from the vantage raamifncturinK. selUng and dealing In H. J Haney, F.M.Hudson
all
and
material
Tba fa exactly It. said ;Sue tear palmetto extinct a tanning ,
ground of my ,old bachelorhood I other kinds of tanning materials of producing B. Britt F. 1\[. Hudson[ .
fully, "I opened and read It. extracting and selling NOTICE. J..E. "
the manufacturing making Fultz F. M. Hudson
looked '
!IA with contempt ou
I looked at Sue In astonishment. 1 supreme .any and productseiLtruets ,substancos,things O. H. Munch F. ,
and I could wanufaotared M.-Hudson.
blunders misapprehensions and materials that ean be produced, -
knew her be
to that exceptional thing, mace and extracted from tlie palmetto Win. Fredericksen, F..1\[. Hudson
note lu the matrimonial ventures of my 18 HERPKYOIVEN THAT THE
a strictly and scrupulously rtiooornble and other plants and substances t of owning, usInyf -VOTtCK Chili 8. Bchuyler F, M. IlutUun
r\ ,
I i HAPPY 111' P. young!
they so >ery deteruiluately brought untold at their the flrst in '
and, making a tanning material and of calling regular meeting on Monday 1'. V. Moore F. M. Hud-ton
Tbe idea
of Sue
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deliberately opening sorrows upon themselves. Ic by and Bulling; It under that name;of buy- January A. 1> 1UU3 G. V. Bonker F. 1\[. Hudson

I NEW YEAR I her fLlc ud'u letter especially wbeu lIbe "Scr\es 'cm right,'" I added mentally. lug,.selling, de..llol/\u.. ;'\ and holding!. I the! shares.bouils ot. PETITION. B. F. Hull, }'. :M. Hudson
knew ..well mind.I and ntber evidences' or tnuunteuness I
never "Harris take this note around to Mr. other corporations and Individuals,and to assign, STATE: on FLORIDA iCOOKTV

was now fully determined not totolerllle.Cuwlron' Cameron and bring the answer" I directed transfer,mortgage or pledge the same,and whilu OK UKEVAHD
To tbe Honorable Board of Com l.slon.
County
'IQ&/P ", holder of stock to the same rlirbts I Including
exercise'
.. and late visits. In before
caily person came me F. M. limit. ,
to the butlor, who had answered the right' to vote, that a natunu. ...*no.. 1 era of Brevard Countv, Florida. .
AI'PY ujiy laager;; il would not liuve him _cud the bell. "You'll be apt to tlnd htm might or could: do.Tbe Now comes W. R. Hftrdee and F. M. Hudson who Committee bdnii who duly circulated sworn says tneforeuoliiM he Is; one| 'l.pUn of i]I
New Tear
I ald hothouse flowers lavish following clauses shall be construed both committee of the Citizens and or
to Suanu and In." a Taxpayers and that each and every name and mark .Ulh
.6' i IUM'i'fully to Kuaun my slater like as objects and powers: Road District No. B, of .said County end ]>reneut Uiereto was the Act and Deed of the pomon i
attentions Mitia >
Moirlsoii atone .
I entered on Silence fell between us "when the (l>) lo manufacture purchase, or otherwiseacquire to your Honorable. Board this petition slioiecl. porting to sign the .same and that there HIM
ua tbrf and .
library merchandise
ami ,the same time. We would In- door had I lit goods, wares, personalproperty by a majurlt.y of tbe reiclnter voters residing fraud bribery or deception used In I.rom.rl.
closed a cigar. and
wliore oUe nut by the fire. and of every class. and description to and ownlnir land in "said Knaci District prsyliiii such signatures and marks. and this afliiluvli,
"To lIt Wai'trie! If you miy that again auguciUe new system with tba uewJear. "Well, little one." I said .finally, '"it's of hold trade own deal, mortgage In and; ,deal sell with or otherwise the same.c .dispose the levy IUK of a special. tax of seven ((7)) mills, at made only on tbe personal knowledge: of l''
the next aunnal of
meeting Hoard for and the
about time"to dress for dinner. By the your levy afllant saiue is true from bis owiinsonal
undertake the goodwill
I will pitch this at you Interrupted "Yau ( ) ToHciiuIre and ing taxes' said tax t<) be levied upon the property knowledge.
Susan holding a.well bound book opened jttnd read this letter 1 bye I put a small box from Tiffany on property riim| franchises and assets of every of said. Dlstrlrt for tho jmrpiwe of construct (Signed) F. M. HUDSON:
up .
naked.slowly, possibly with some severity kind .and the liabilities ol any person nriu, association tug tiood Roads in said District.
which she bad evidently just removed jour plate. or either wholly or partly, And. We the Sworn Wand subscribed before me this Suv
nnd'rslpneit
"when you knew It was not -written ourp..rauonl stock ot the registered voters teentb day of December A. D IINU'
corporation
a
from a pasteboard box on the table. "You are a dear old boy: she said, and to pay c..h. residing/ In and owning: limil, In .11101 District, Seal
[ CHAS.
( bonds otherwise. ] 8. 8CHUYLEH
to or .
.you? putting her around neck.I whose names appear upon Bald petition,, state to
"I suppose your desire would Ue to arms my (d) To enter Into, make perform and carryout your Honorable Body that we, the said Notary. Public
'Slia ttuxbed deeply Dud look of kh1li signers,
dislocate the Uuudsome of a diew her down by niy side and kept: contracts of every and for any lawful desire the Invylngof a special MX of seven IT}
very cover .pained Indignation swept over .her face.VJy smoking, while she leaned her head purpose with any person, ttrm association or mills for Good Knnrts. upon tlie property in salu
that ? You Notice.ALL
book aim at .
might me, but corporation.e !District as aforesaid..
would \ Tom! What do you take me confidingly and sorrowfully on my ; To draw maks,accept, endorse, discount, F. M. HUDSOV
hit the
,
you probably bookcase for? Of.<.ouise not! I thouglit it was shoulder. A carriage dashed to the execute and Issue promissory notes, bills of exchange : VT. K. HAltDKM, -
I remarked drawing the up warrants, bonds, debentures. and other CONCERNED
up biggest C. X, AI TAKE NOTICE TH! '
for Ole, or I would neier have broKou <:CA.lt'EY.IHGNA1'URES. .
house and I heard arid the .ball transferable instruments.
and tnoat comfortable -cliulr In tbe a pause negotiable or 1*. Drown as SherllT and ex.otll,
room the Beul of the hoi'rid tiling! it's uw- door slam. (f) To apply for register purchase or ot erwUa Administrator of the Mutate: of J.C. rrh
to the heartb. acquire, and to hold, own use and operate, (deceased has filed his suvgestlonln
"who sent It T I inquired. "Did It rul! udiled !Suu, L-luKping her .hands "Mr. Cameron." announced Harris.As and to ...11....,lgu, grant licenses In respect of, : WI1' E S. the Insolvency of the estate of said wrltlnit ileieuri.,
wltU at "'ClltUI'1f of JeHpuir.. or otherwise dtapose of a..d. deal.. wirh and turn Therefore a I ver..oll. rUlnn
Sue had started and I was -Bit having aKaliiHttestate
come with any good wlsbea attached \Vhu.t'B. In It?" I. usUetl up to.o"ollnt.ny, and all I..ventlon..lmproyemon..., Harry Jennings F. 51. Hudson, aie hereby required to appear anil, "t
blunt.ly."You .
ting In :shadow. Herbert Cameron evidently formulae, Iruc".os. trade names and trademarks J. 8. Padgett A[
or, did you Impress on tlie donor your V. Hudson, themproperly authenticated In mj Court tn
must rend It. Tom to understand failed to perceive me. copyrights, letters patent of the United W. K. Hardee F. M. Hudson before tbe 4th day ol April lw>d.
radical objection to any' polite adherence States, and of or all foreign countries, and ,
any Ordered this 7ih day of iI"'tetnber. A. DI
and
.
help out. Louise "
uie will
to the good, and ancient ., -Did you believe It possible be said patent right.* of nil kinds.f J. 8. Keck, I'. 1\[. Hudson,
custom nevr never forgive me and she will agitatedly and lu a pleading voice, I < ) To conduct business. In any of the States, U. E. Ooon, F. II. Hudson, [8'141 1] t A. D. PK'l\EY,
of wishing a Happy New Y"- ndencies of the tam-27mar
Colonies: or Oep
Territories Count Jlldg.
never, ne\ee believe that I did J. \V. Moeler
not } .U.
Hudson
"Don't dare ; open leaning forward with outstretched United States, In the District Columbia and : ,
to IU"! i
you say -wamta her hateful ,letter out of mean curiosity. arms "that I could write such a letter In any and all lorelirn countries. to have one or E. A. Ireland, 10'. 11[. Hudson!
Susan, holding up the destructive tnlslle ." more offices therein, to hold, purchase, mortgage J. H, LeTourueau F. ')[. Hudson. Executor's Notice.To .
with to any one but you'To any one but and convey real and personal property, ,
a gesture so c determined F. Webb
very "Of tbat be limit. in such State 8.: F. M ..Hudson.
you, may very sune, my the dearest and loveliest woman" without to amount, any '
that I abruptly came to a halt not dear -cilld,".! said.Tula Territory Colony, Dependency, District or Porlgn W. F. Wolfe, 10'. MHudsonV. all whom it may .oncerulNOTIC"
(Wishing to see Herbert Cameron's lllui "Ahem! I interposed rising; and Country but.always subject to tha laws \ W. Luce, F. M. Hudson, ...
was not magnanimous tit I coming forward. ""Good evening. Cam thereof.h W. II. Harris F. 1\[ Hudson Id HEREHV flIVEX THAT 81
was Berlously annoyed at the alisurdlinbroglia ( ) To remunerate any person or corportlnn from the date of this notice I.
eron: glad to see ,fOWJsb you a for services rendered <>r to be rendered In plao J. T. Waters, F. M. Hudson, present my linal. nooounts to the Hoiiorit!
Into whIch four people were Happy New Year. Hope you under lug or assisting to place or guaranteeing tbe -VT. I. Allen F. M Hudson A. D.l'enney. County Judge In and for llrevnCounty.
belnff/ plunged ,by Cameron's folly. For placing of any of tbe shares ot stock of the corporation John State of Florida, and apply for I etuof "
F.
stand Susan's slight mistake In Sorensen M. Hudson
open or any debentures or other securities Dismissal 1 as Kxecutor of tne Estate of HaJenpseil
the life of me ,I could not understand ing Allsa Morrison's note." of the corporation,or In or about the formation J. O. Backus, }'. M, Hudson, late of the County of Brevart State

bow any man In his senses could fall "IIuHli man! Stop!I" said Cam ron, or promotion of Its business of the corporation or In tbe conduct 0. F, Wolf, F. 1\[. Hudson, Florida deceased. JOHN

to appreciate that little girl's Immense nearly shaking my arm; off. "I wrote (I) To do any or all of the things herein set Warren O. Sneden, F. M. Hudson, Kxecntor of Estate of 8OREN8EX Hans Jel'P.en|'|.

superiority over Louise Morrison thatunreliable that Miss Of forth to tue same extent as natural persons nilgut W. D. Edwards, F, M. Hudson, Jensen FU ov. is, (802. 1. m M,
to Waring.
course ;you or could do, and In any part of the World. 1. E. AVhltnev, E. M. Hudson .
email aouled young woman, know that by an absurd mistake I put (ji In general; to carry on any other business L. H. Tousaamt 10' 11 ,
whose In connection with the foregoing, whether manufacturing [. Hudson
vanity was as all pervading au Notice to Creditors.
It In an envelope addressed to Miss
Ed. F. GlutBch
or otherwise, andtobave and to exercise : F. M. Hudson,
her aitutenetm- two hideous traits. Morrison Instead Of the card I was all tbe powers conferred by tbe laws of 'Thos.J.Debteuben, F. :M: Hudson -

The letter was-. .well, a glance sufficed sending. her with H box of candy" Florida upon corporations formed under Its T. J. Britt, F. II, Hudson Atl. CREDITORS. LEOATEES DISTR1utces
Statutes it being heieby expressly provided TO
to Inform me that It contained the. "Ob." I said, endeavoring to extricate that the foregoing; enumeration of speolHo pow- (J. n. B. Hnney, F M. Hudson, and aifalnxl all iwrnonH the Estate having of claim ThonuuiRloharils oruiands .

usual rhapsodies aud Idiocies. : my crushed and aching; fingers."Then" eri shall not be held to limit or restrict. in any F. W. Miller, 10'. ]It.\ Hudson, ileomnecl.You .

"It was in the first pages of tbe manner duration tbe powers of tbe of corporation the corporation.The shall be Fifty <;ha.... Glass 1<'. II. Hudson ar liereliy nOtified to present your clat'

book" explained she tearfully "and soou "Yen." said Cameron In a low tone, lBu> yesrs.AHTIULB. A. IS. Maeprer }o'. ],1. Huds-on, expitailon to the undvrHlirned tins. Hdteitisvmvnt within two- years otherwUetnaiue from t
III. The Corporation shall be auth AVm. II. Tanore. F." :M: Hudson ,
see Tom that will bu ilfml',,d In bar
tl.er.mt.
} was sent to rue; BO, .. |
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and without releasing me. "Aste her.old or,zed to Issue ...pllahtollk to the extent of 1'.0Hun.lre,1 Will L. Fruntz .
F. 'U.HMCA: J klt'HAIU"S.Ix"clltlx .
K JlucNon
without noticing tbe uddietm I opened and Fifty Thousand ((2V: >,000)) Dollars di ,
e and read the fellow to glorify this new. year tor vllell..to'l, .five Hundred (:.1./1110)/ ) shares of N. W. Frantz F. :31: Hudson, ; nl the UIHC Will of

nonsensical" thIng Do me! Ask her" the par value of One Hundred Dollar. each, of W O. Rnwlinson, F. M Hudson, _""., Deo. 1 Thomas, i:uni.TITUSVILLE'S. E KtclurUs, dei.entEdon -'
jou know Tom. dear. continued Sue. "Alt right." I hastily Interposed, extricating which One Thousand (I.IHH)) snarus shall be pre- Chas. 8. Moore, F. 11. Hud 6n, .-
In 1 erred as to dividends alouo anil shall be entitled
and spite ot her mortified distress what was left of my band and to semi-annual. non-cuii ulatlve dividends at I}. K. Austin, }'. :M Hudson[

two lovely dimples ,crept ,In the corners hastily retreating toward the door. the rate of Seven ((7) per cent annually if the U. T. McCarty, F. M. Hudson, TRAINS.

of hev mouth "It \vua by u mere accident "Ask her yourself. I have no earthlyobjection Bstna of Directors shall be t .n.l1be earned and balance declared of ihe by total the capita1 Hoard F. :31. Hudson O. T. McCarty The following,: HI'e I.h",,tlme. of arrh

I noticed Louise's *nume on the to It-Keystone. stock, aniountlnu to I*'if teen Hundred (1.0011) 'W H, Ut.bhiHon, 10'. }I. Hudson[ and depaituro of pasHeu (or tiulns to a'';

envelope, it fell oouo the floor. with the shares s all all IM common took. 0. 8. Bahncy, F. Jt. Hudson, trora Tllusville:
stock shall be
not
rue holders of the preferred
It. I., (toudwiri F. Hudson
address uppermost. Favorite Family Itemecly. entitled tn vote atany meeting of the stockholders M. SOUTHBOUND.
"\V ?I1, child" I sold "all have and shall not be entitled to vote at any ;M. C. Kreaiuer, 1<'. M. Hudson. Leaves Titnsvtlle for Miami and ) .
you Frequently accidents occur in the house meeting of the Dlr ctor 0. }'. OUnstead, .'. :M.: Hudson, intermediate point at J I .'"P''
to do Is cither to notify .Cameron of then hold which The capital stock or such part thereof as mav
,
causa burns, cms, sprains (*. A. Saeiier, F, :M.: Hudson MOUTH BODND.
,
eel J tut. and let him try his hand at and bruises; for use In such cases, Bal- he for decided property upon labor by or tbe services Directors at a may just be valuation so i A. B. Hamer, F. M. Hudson, Leave Tirusvlllefnr .lacknouville I .'4JPTltusvllle .

nu effusive epistle to bis ladylove, drInclose lard's Snow IJnlmtnt has for many years of such property, labor or services, to be A. N. Hoofnajrle, .'. !M.. Hudson, .. liiteNuediate for HHiilurU. ""llIta..t- }f 1 OT I

thU thing Just !as it Is to Miss been the constant favoilte family remedy. fixed ing called by the for Directory such of the Company It bvlng the at a object n ret Geo. W. Jtuple, 10'. M. Hudson, Arrives Tltusrille from &ofor purpose.
Morrison and write her an honest explanation :2Sc, f>0o and *1 at B. K.Wilson & SOD'.. of the Corporation to acquire Immediately the

of your error. To my mind plant aim I""ol"'rty..f the Palm, tto Kxtract
Works.. and fibre Factories at Tltusvllle anti
tbe first would be the eafcr plan of the Good Resolutions.Light 1'alatka, Florida, .snd tn "ay for the same iu cap .

I two. It would be a little awkward for Flngeied Ike (In cell No. 11))- ital Stock and Honda'" of the Cor|>oratlon.AancLB Official. Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.W .
IV. Tha business of the Company:
you both and will delay the extremely Been raakln' any good resolutions for will he conducted by a Hoard of Directors c<>..

reuav iiccoDtanoe that Is waiting fir the new year Charlie? slsilngfor the lint >ear. of nine (ui,member* and Tho Chicago Net and Twine Co.
for succeeding xonrn < f Inch..mml..r. of Dlreotors
Second Story Charlie (In cell No. 13)- ss the 8too..holii-n' at t'elr regular lutetIng ;-
"TOD OPENED AND HEAD TillS LBTTEltV" Yes. I've resolved. If I ever get out of for the elei.turn of Directors shalfoe-lgnate. Manufactures of-
The Directors will fioni among theli number,. >
,mluateU volume-for I bOlt recognized here, not to try to tap any more crib.thlt's elect a I'ronlilcn'. Ira I'renlile'.i Secretary uni ;

hIs bnntlwrltlug ou the cover of tho got burglar alarms and not to Treasurer ol the t..rv..rall..n.: who will dinrh rge f-o I"
the du'les usually appertaining to such oltlueii.Ihe :::.
.book-land lu the tire. sell any more of my swag to tbe squeal- Hoard of Dln-c tor* rnbr..IIR .t year wli!; =
;
She bad enacouctnl her elt amid a lot In' pawnshop keejieis and to only trust consist of William M ;( \V Bald I
win, I'Uiican D. farm'}, < harles Flndlev,. S
of cushions on a biff divan near by and In tbe future to fences that I know aruhonent Drorge It. Leonard, C A AVIllahan Allun N .

won looking at mo with so queer mi crooks!Brooklyn Eagle.In Medd, W Krannlng' : and S 1'. Gray who will .o'J.
hold. their ofllces until those e'ecied' .at the flrsteleotlo"
expression, half penltt-nt. half sorrowful FrequentThrobbing sball be qmtllhVd.

and wholly puziled!, that I felt Impelled many ways you have doubtless piepnri Stockholders meetings for the purpose of electing :.:
> otlloers! and transacting. other business of
d for winter bin how about
; your-
to to
come tbe rescue. wblch erly ia
the CorH| >ratlon may proi> come be
"May 1 Inquire Kla what your objection snlfP IK yonr system prepared for the InreStockho.dera...ooi".II..1 I be held upon the tsH t: : :=
harsh ""weather the sudden changes that IJfh day of January 11NU' and upon the same ".
U to the good wltibea of FISHING NETS and of
Netting Every DeicrlptlonDenlern
your In each
you will have to contend with If not day succeeding year'

friends and why you desire" to destroy you should take Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, power A KTKXK without V. the The assept Bard. of or Directors vote of tha shall rltork have In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope Ere: I

that gUt of Cameron's? I Inquired, Headache. at onoe, for It not onlv cures but It also holders to make alter amend and rescind tbeby Originators of Wholesale) Prices direct to the: Fishermen.

poking up the flre. safeeuards your health by strengthening .laws of this Corporation, to fix the amount to 79-81-W: E Indiana St.. Clilotao, 111.

"Why bow lu tbe world did you find and Invigorating the system. cause be reserved to be executed SB working Ixmda capital. ,mortgages to authorise: and liens and. ...vfpntlnn' The ADVOCATE' In your letter... j

out be sent U7".asked Sue In wide eyed There's many a cause for headacfae. to the extant of One Hundred Thousand (too.onn) Yllthe'rm..n'
surprise. Men are not often troubled by heA achea. Lovei and nmiln.s.. Dollars, ux>n tbe real and personal. property of We are Member of the Illinois ABM'clntli. .n. _
this
I Bileutty took the cover of tbe box, When they are it Is generally due to biliousness "Dear." she said during an Interval With corporation.the consent In writing, i nd pursuant to -

;which lay on tbe table and turned It or indigestion. But women of comparative sanity ."promise me the vote of tba holders. a majority of the stork !---.. ----- ---,--
have headaches which teem peculiar to Issued and outi"'anilng,the Directors shall have
toward ner. Her name written In Her one thing. powt-i and authority to sell, anslgn, transfer or
bert's bIg; characteristic scrawl, was a their sex, frequent nervous throbbing "Anything." he answered, with the otherwl"e l dispose of the property of this Corporation I OE3: S. IB-Hi 'TTnxd: cSc oo. .
headaches. Does it not seem as if such as an entirety.
ufflcleat xpla nation."I headaches peculiar to women must be at recklessness of love."After The Directors may from time to time determine 117. BI) w.' Buy tat., JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
am." eald Sue lu a low and subdued once related to womanly disease Women we have been married a reasonable whether and to what extent, and at what
times snd places,and under what conditions snd
tone, edging close t,> me on her who suffer with diseases peculiar to time If we decide A divorce Is regulations tba si-counts and books of tbe Corporation

divan "I am In nu awful quandary! the sex do not realize the drain of vital desirable promise that my brothers. or any of tb..m.. shall be opened to the

Something positively terrlblel I have strength and nerve force they undergo who are struggling young lawyers, Inspection, shall. of have the Stockholders Ihe right of j but inspecting every Stockholder the

lieen half wild over It all day long, and as a consequence of disease. It ia this shall represent us." Philadelphia st<.ck and transfer books of the Corporation at 'j I FULL.
which causes the familiar headaches of all times during hnslneixi hours at the main of.
North American.
,
jou were so mean ns to stay away up sick n<* of tha Company at Tltusvllle. Florida. '

to this hour-4 o'clock In tbe afternoon women. The Hoard of Directors may, by resolution ,
"' Dr. Pierce's Favorite Inscription .' Wanted. passed b> a majority vote of the whole Board
Ii cures such headaches by curlflg i the designate two or more of their number to constitute
,!, Now considering that I bad gone cause-irregularity, weakening drains, We would like to ask, through the column an executive committee, which commit EXPRESS
of your paper, If there Is any person tee shall for the time being ss provided In said
mo t ulceration female weak PflEPAID
i reluctantly on an urgent tele- inflammation, or who has used Green's August Flower resolution or In tha by-laws of said Corporation
prapble summons from an old invalid ne... "Favorite Prescription" invigorates for the of have and exercise all tba powers of the Hoarct of
and tones the entire system encourages cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Director" the management: of the business
w, client.and a wealthy one), who desired. up and Liver Troubles that has not been and alTalrs of the Company, which may be lawfully $A'1.fZJ1

I knew some alteration In bis the appetite quiets the nerves cured-and we also mean their result.*, delegated...nd have power to authorize tha
anil gives refreshing sleep. seal of the Corporation to be afttxml to all
will had papers
; thnt I done without break, such as sour stomach, fermentation of
I wn. troubled with concollon' of th* uterus which may require It.
lust to catch the early train; bad driven .nd female weakness. for five.Venn,1*wtltes Mrs.Jtolx food, habitual costiveness, nervous dyspepsia During!: their ftsfwotlvaterms of office neither

!Ix miles from tbe station. In the teeth Kerwin, of :. Co., Ont. headaches, despondent feelings the Dlrrctors. nor tbe members nf the executive
Was so weak ami uervoui, could hardly da committee I ,nor the President. nor VicePresidentsball
ef a biting aortb wind; bad worked Buy work Had severe psiu In back also dlmcine sleeplessness fact, any trouble connected be subject to re.ooYaInor shall their terms
bard all dny and bad hurried back to hard and fast at times I wnuld have to sit still medicine has been sold for many' ynars la The Directors shall bave power ta bold meetings I Doz.
town to dine this sncclal evening at till 1 not all right again But after taking toar all civilized and wish to have one or more offices,and to keep the
home with my unreasonable slater. bottles of Ur, Pierce's Favorite Prescription and .countries, we to books. ot the Corporation (except tha stock and
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young one of his Discoverv* I felt correspond with you and sand you one of transfer books)outside of the State of Florida, DELIVCRCD
It seemed to me I hardly deserved entirely well. O\d'i''I\ uned one box o( .. our books free of cost. If you never triad at such p'acee! as may be from time to time des rot?
''her present keen Tablets and on* ol 'Suppnwtnries' ss directed. ignated by them. .
reproach. August Flower bottle flrst. We
one
All th* symptoms of inv trouble hav* dlasp- try The Corporation reserves the wll'ht0 amend,
Just BO," I remarked, without attempting neared and I am completely cured. I thank yonlor have n ver known of lu tailing K so, alter or change any provision contained In bis $ .,,12Cl9Agents

an explanation of the whys ;your klud advice: .and your mulcin> something more serious I* the matter Charter in tha manner prescribed bv Statute,

.nd wherefores of my enforced abJi Dr. Fierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the with ;you* Ask your oldest druggist.O. are and grantod all right; subject* conferred to this on reservation.stockholders herein

.....'.' .1.&UD..llere now. uooosa complexion and sweeten the breath; ., O. GHEES, Woodbory', N. J, .AaTtCL. VI. The bonded indebtedness cf tha for tile Pabst Brewing Co.





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RHEUMATISM NEW YEAR'S DON'TS. ._ NEW YEAR'S INI) JAPAN. 'I AI
FIRST DAV OF THE, YEAR. I
ROBBINS Women as Well as Men. Ai
M. ,
pEO. SeununubJ. SlKnlllpitnt Tltlv <:hew to the I
Ail ny
< TJiat :
May lie Tutc .
Jan.1 )Mor
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR CURED AT LAST. .n end AlHO Let Ale.... HIT the J.i.nu...**. Homtrrtl Amrrlco'Mittrociil., Tltnm1ft Are IVIadc' Miserable by ,

font talk about ; Somehow. though the sun may have
yourself or your: j shone AJthoo.-jli; tla:re scents tr I I.e a dnpslUon < >7
AT-LAW. own ad'aUm.: If there Is. anything tlmteoncrrna Just an liritlitly an the prevlourday' : Kidney Trouble.
In the ChlU'd States to. allow\ the! "
and ImUHtl
and Good News you that I.wOI.tb. flue wijole 1 year "'1111<1. '
practice In State United States For All Who Suffer knowing.
will cell-brut wf Now!
\ Yi-ii.nt
P'(1)1.111 ttml it yet It all seeultnl changed! and different day to toll I

Court. With Ittienmatlsm Free. Uou't Cull to In out lust enough: on this the.Hi-Bt' day of tile year. U is tin Into doNtietiuIi' and It has been shorn! Y.ldneY'lMuble! preys upon the mind. dl,. wit
pet a word for
: lessens
yourself couragosiamd ambVtlon
Office at TITUSVILLE:, FLAB To all who suffer with Rheumatism. 1 U IOU every poHsibUoreaslou.. Lf spirit of the new 'pnr. This. Is the uf much of its old time glory In .\ID'r.Ihl and cheerfulness; beauty,vigor ev
soon
will gladly Rend free the wonderful story you do. not "("'II k roe yourself who the time It 11111\'t'I'lIIJ peace\ nod goodwill by the lugortulice.IIJV| uttilbuied lu': "" disappear when the kidneys ?

QATJLDEN, of how my mother was cured after yew's1lft'6rln will? Besides., a miln should know wheal the Inhabitants. of the little Here to C rhltllllll. It xtlll retains Its are out of rder-

D.L. together with the most elaborate Ulinsrtf better." than others know him: empire start life anew with tine resolutions rank ns the most ancient. festival of r or diseased 4

ATTORITET-AT-LAW \lished.treatise on Rheumatism ever pub Thou why is l. tu not to lie' onrmirnsetlto and promlst'H for the future anil the0.1'01.\ loth the Mohammedansand ,- Kidney trouble. has
from all 111 ((','lIn;.; is dmrr away with.The become so prevalent
Will practice In all the Courts of the Stated No matter what your form of RI14u.mo.t18m .- Dou't spruk out of his. knowledge 1st of January bears tile slgnlttcant the Jews regard the first day of that It Is not uncommon 1,

Florida, and tie United sta bar Course tll, whether acute, cbtonlc muscu say! U word about your lichen title/ of Jiin.su the three their roiportlve years us the anniversary 1t1 \ \ for a child to be. born
( bettln-
E
lar, inflammatory" deformaut, sciatic, and pulus.", IVopIp are not interested! *> feffllctcd with weak kid-
f.O DOE,238. TITUSVILLE, VUL. 1I1111o:sl 1. meaning beginning of the of the birth wr, rather, creation
neuralgia gout, lumbago, etc-no matter In your ailment, saving doctors and geneibrgiwdng \ a ae Y s. If the child urln- r
how many doctors have failed in druggists;: uud you only bore thorn by /. of the month and beginning day of Adam and wlcbrnte It with allsorts --:'::'. ales too often.. If ins-

t,' J. WEBB, your ol\llo-no matter bow many soenlled dllutlnt upon thc Impci'foctloim Tour of the day. and to this might be of 1-eJolcliiKS.! and entertulnnionts, urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child:

.L "sure cures" you have tried-I want you. Internal wonouiy. [)un't lose any opportuulty \ add, c; the hegliDtinft of n wow 'and better while lu olden times, before the Chris reaches an age when it should ba: able to '

A TTORNEY.A T-LA'V, to write to me and let me te1yo.u\ how to parade your bodily aUllctloiis I fl;tv. What t Christum Is to the oocl- tian *ra. It was ubservfil aa a day sacred control the passage! It Is yet afflicted with If i
mother was cured. bed-wetting depend it(t, the of< ,
upon
denials cause
New .
\.t't.r. U to the
JtipanVvc.altl .
in the before the world. I It Is fur pleasanter to the god Janus. The ancient the
Will practice Courts of the 7th I am neither a Doctor nor a Professor difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first J
)
$uih Ki'eetltiK and
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents -simply a plain man of business-but I to tell about: one's own Ills than ; congrululatlous! Iloiuaim uiadu U a public holiday and step should be towards the treatment of" '!{.

tad rents and accounts collected. have a CUKE for Rheumatism, and I to have to listen to. the story of anoth are not conlliiifd to the lest day ot the selected It as tlio proper date for the these\ Important organs. This unpleasant ,
want to tell who er's ullmeuts. your, but at any limo between tlw first trouble Is duo to a diseased condition of the
everyone suffers with exchange: of presents of jr.Uded! fruits. .
TrrUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Rheumatism all about it. I wish to. be Don't owe anybody louden than you Dlthe tltt<>'tnth. It was tho day moreover on which f kidneys and bladder: and not to a habit as ,y :,:

clearly understood, and trust that all I can possibly help not only because of The Jupauese! beglu to prepare for the newly elected magistrates of the- most people suppose. r.
D. PENNEY, who are suffering with this terrible disease I the the: new year nearly a uioutlii before Women as well as men are made mls-
duty you ai? under to. others, but
Athenian well those ojt erable
republic as na with
A. kidney and
however apparently beyond the also, because of the ( of mind and In fact give: their houses and pusses'' bladder trouble., if
poaet and both
need
bo voininonwcalth the banksof the
mighty
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW reach of cure, will write to me this day Ions a thorough, cleansing, just as the on ;: same great remedy. ,, '
and I will send you by return mail this which comes of freedom, from debt.Don't good AimYlcan housewife! does In the the Tlliw, ntoivil up.n their duties.Tbe The mild and the Immediate effect: of J

work of mine. I especially to the pay your debts any sooner than rujklu also held the llrwt day uf Swamp-Root la soon realized. > t Is sold Z;
TITU8VILLm, FLORIDA.. appeal springtime. Even thee very poorest people w
you can avoid There ?& no surer by druggists In flfty--
"chronically ill" who are wearied and way the year in particular honor nnd veneration :
do ibis: laying runts of rice straw '
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th i discouraged with "doctoring" and to of keeping place la the remembranceof and even now a number oC pagan cent and one dollar i' '.;
and cleansing every nouls;: mid cornerwith sizes. You have a [ N IIt'n! '
others than may
those who by ovrtog them
Judicial Circuit. have been oast aside as "In- money. sui\kititltlons lu riinnertlon tluerewith "1'
fresh bamboo duster and samples bottle by "
curable." All you have thought about Then supposing you are well to d x brooms have ,arsi\.and iiiuoni the peasantry free. also
'- Rheumatism: may be wrong. Let me tell you cannot afford to pay away money which are Bald to symbolize lJro8lwl"ity1111I11.0011 hf Brit \\"I1h-MlIl\lll1uOllnllth. pamphettellmall- nomeofaw..pdWna I
tuny ) all
about
Ing It. mano' the
A. FROST fortune. And after tho horse Including )/
G. you our experience. Surely, if you have which Is drawing Interest.) It Is well : western counties of Knuluml. To this thousands of testimonial letters. received i .
bus been aired and cleaned it Is decorated
Rheumatism, or have a sufforlog friend, enough for the poor to pay their debts, day the lower eluewM uf the district. from sufferers cured.. In writing Dr. KUmer .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, it will\ pay you to investigate my offer, for they do not know the secret of with pi no and bamboo fir theJalunese just named retain a film ballot: In the & Co., Binghamton N. Y.. _b. aura and

Will! practice in all the Courts of the 7th claims anyway I, make.and prove for yourself these making; dollars breed dollars. If they venerate both of theso be- fortune lirtnglne: properties of the mis- mention this paper. t tI
cause they keep green thl'ougLthe entire
Judicial Circuit. Send me your address to-day- postal did know It, they never would he ableto winter and nyuibollzo longevity. tlotoe, whllo the piMiple whit live aloug I, 1 1M'

TITUSVILLE card will do-and I will mall you this put It Into prlletlLoe.Dou't the shores of the bay( of Illwuy are absolutely Kr t..1
FLORIDA. The Japanese rend In tho most Insignificant '
wonderful story. If you have any make any promises of reform objects comlucod. that at the moment 1 ;
natural
striking
some significance
friends suffering with Rheumatism no that you cannot curry out. You have when the ctoek strikes 12 on NewYear's
and there Is a meaning attached
FREDERICK A. jfORGAN, matter where located, send me their made yourself ridiculous enough lu evetlio II 11111111 1M. Including dogs

address, and I will mail them copy. past years In this regard without heaping t& almost every decoration or horses, wheel, oxen and plxs becoinvendowed ,
Abstracts of Title. My address Is VICTOlt RAINBOLT. ornament (In the house. The outside* : >>
higher mountain of folly.
your for the spneo of an hour with ...
B oomJield Ind. and gardens of tho houses ore also
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Dou't hesitate to make promise of better the power of speech nnd that tho t lilitfpDruldlcul [
beautifully decoiated to nothing d
say 1".w
behavior. A good promise Is commendable mouolltha known nsUoluieim,
Loans, Notary Public. of the streets, which present a most Interesting
even If you never carry It or menhirs, extricate themselves from 1
Collections A NEW MENTION. and mlumted spectacle at
Typewriting: Stenography. out. Besides. It docs not follow that their sockets for the purpose of rolling
this time. T'
TITUSVILLK + FLA. because you failed In previous years down to the soushoro to refresh themselves
On New Yeur'u eve the streets and .
you are going to fall agafu.-Boston! by ft dlp.lu Lie briny waters of rft
stores which at this time display their
G, A. FROST. WADE II. JONES Evening Transcript. the deep.So }t
Recently Patented all Over the World. most attractive goods, are throngedwith firmly rooted Is this belief that no
people Intent on buying the requisites ,
:: & JONES, would dare wander (
Ilrlttuuy peasant
FROST __ lie Found a Cure.R. for the coming year. At night
about In the neighborhood of these

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,. The Walton II, Foster, 218 S. 2nd St., Salt Lake the streets are beautifully Illuminated hoary ruinsof tbo stone age at that 1
with lines\ of big lanterns, family J
Loans and I City, writes: "I have been bothered with hour, being assured that some terrible
Collections. crests )flags shop signs, etc., hung from 1
dyspepsia or Indigestion; for 21 years, fate would overtake him If bo were to ,
TITUSVILLE tried doctors without relief every store. On tbla eve many of the i
> have ,
IOnTDA. many Lappon' to witness this annual excursion ..
found In Herblne. I people remain up all night and watch Mrs. Fred Unrn.th.Fr .
but I have a cure
Tackle ,
Block and!
Self-Locking of the dolmens It safelybe
may j
recommend It to all my friends. who are the old year out and 'flue new year lu, ....i.I..t. 4'onnlrjr ( Inb, Ilenton
A. WORLEY taken for that he
granted were by harbor, Iatrtu"After
GEO afflicted that way, and it is curing them, though a few old fashioned one prefer '
any chance to catch sight of them at my flrat baby wit bum I did not ;
too. 50o; at B. K. Wilson & Hon's.: the custom of rising early lu the
very
Made In various and sizes of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. shapes that hour of the morning of tbo first seem to regain my strength! although the (.'\

General practice In State and Federal WOOD IRON and BRONZE.!: Will morning to worship. the first rising suit day of the year they would certainly doctor gave m. a tonic which h* considered j

Courts. All business entrusted will work equally well with rope, chain or'' LEARNING A LANGUAGE.It of the new year. -Frank Leslie's Popular appear* to hint to be dancing and reel- very superior, but Instead of My!citing ; i
i-
better I Igraw weaker every day. hut.
receive prompt attention. Monthly about In weird surulmnd for I '
wire rope. lug a ; of Cardwl
band Inilitid that I I. tab Win
i
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, Will work at any height, upside down, I. CoiuparatlT Working Vocabulary.Easy to Ao |oir PJ'I'hls Is the season of the year when the In Brittany, a* In many oilier parts of for a week and see what It would do for ,

Miami. a Europe, tbe new year ushered In I did fa" th. medicine and war
and wlll me. Very
at
horizontally or angle : careful housewife
any prudent and replenishes
MIAMI "It doesn't require any great length I-
FLORIDA. her supply of Chamberlain's Couah with heavy and copious potutloim, tho grateful to find my strength! and health ,f
stop and lock atany point. of time to learn a language if one has Remedy. If Is certain to be needed before result of which In to cause the drluRer lowly retuning In two wccki I wi out J' r
Invaluable for kind of business said who has mastered and In month I able to tab
JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY every patience, a man the winter Is over, and results are to see many strunKe tlllng. of bu I w.
] & EMPtOYMKNT OFFICE. where a'block' l Is needed, frequently saving several languages "and when 1 much more prompt satisfactory whenIt In Scandinavia the favorite beverage up my usual dutl.".. I *m very enthml. fe ;

A. M. BRCIv. the labor of one man or more. hear u man regret that he Is not ableto Is kept at hand and given us noon an. on those occasions la drunk from silveror silk In IU prali t

Shipping Master Nothing like it for hanging or stretching Kpeuk\ French or German or Hpunlsb the cold U contracted and before It has wooden tunkiirdu or preferably from Wino of Cardut reinforces the organ

Hotel help, a wires. or Home other lanpiuije unknown to become Mettled In the system. In almost horns. Them bitter lire those of the of generation for the ordeal of preQnaucyandrhildbirlh.ltpreventsmir
specialty. him I cannot conceal my umuxouient. every instance a severe cold may be warded t
animal extinct and
10 South Laura Sr. uro ox, on now are
Address all communication to In nine cases out of ten I might say off by taking' thin rem..dy'fl'eel, as frequently not only of si-cut antiquity', carriage: !: No woman who take Wine
JACKSONVILLE, FLOHIDA. as the Hist Indication of the cold of Cardul nood, fear the coming of her
J. O. WALTON Inventor. of loon
Capt. who regret
U
that the men express but also of much tioauty. Many of
appears. There Is no danger In !giving Htuclilldreu child. If Mr. Unrath had taken
Private, address: this sort handle English very poorlyIf for It contains no harmful them. Indeed are 'old enough; to have Wine of t'arilui before her baby came /

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, 133 St. Uotolph Sr., Uottton, Mass. that buppeim\ to te their\ language. substance. It Is pleasant to take-both been HHcU by the worshipers of Thor he would not have hewn weakened a* ,

Business address: "'1"111' chances are that their \ocubu adults. and children like it. Buy It and and Odin for toasts on their return she was. Her rapid 1 recovery should ,

ATTOIttfEY-AT-LAW, 401' Atlantic avenue, Boston, Mass. levies are extremely limited and It you will get the best. It always cures. from successful, raids when I they sang commend thin. grout remedy. to every

Sims would prolmbly surprise them to know For Bale by all druggists and medicine songs celebrating the virtues of the expectant: mother. ,Wine of Cardul I
Building the American Construction
Factory at
the menstrual flow.
that the advantages of birth dealers. regulate
despite heroes who bad died/ on the battlefield
JACKSONVILLE:! FLA. Co's. building 1 :235 Atlantic Ave., Ronton. and education they could not command and had entered fully armed Into Viilhalln. t

more than 000 or TOO words lu English Tb. One Qualification. Drinking from these horns 'requires i r
Sample Blocks can be seen nt the An- lives depended upon, It. Yet "What position will our friend take WiNEorCARDUlThe
GEORGE, ALLEN, If their 'on this momentous question?" asked n peculiar knack; otherwise the (
VOCATK: oflice, 'l'ltu vl1le. they are aJ)le to carry Intelligent con- contents ire certain to empty themselves

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, vermilion and ninny of them lacy become the Krnilllo4uent]" man. Sor- upon one.-New York Tribune. .-. Ii
"Position? echoed Senator
KEY: Wear ARE YOU A BOAT BUILDER If forcible and even axiomatic lu
FLORIDA. he'll take
nlll.entmln<1l'dly. "Oh.
Will\ you are, get one of Walton's Patent their savings, and they plunge into discussions Chum It wlll'bn/ good new to the mothers of YaIfIIP
practice in the United States boat- nearly any position that's open,
Tools invaluable to pretty he
tad Calking ; of literature, art. music and small children to learn that croup can
State
Courts. jun(>5N. builders and owners of boats. Calks other subjects of such line eleganceand provided there's a salary attached to prevented. The first sign: of croup I I..*

boats more rapidly than any other rather successfully too."Now It"-Washington: Star._ imnrsenes*. A day or two before the attack
do It
S. BUREAU, M. D. c-ilkloff tool In the world. Price otBce" 00 how long ought It to tote for Look Oat For Your ...... the child become bourse. This In
and >S.OO etch, at ADVOCATE soon followed by a peculiar rough cough/
Titusville, Fla.1 a muu to learn UUO or TOO or even 1,000 A contemporary says "pate" Is slang Hive Chambeduln's Cough 1 Remedy free-

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, words In any !language? Certainly it for heud. It I I., eh Wherefore? Surely |I", as soon a* the child become hoarse,

Ear ought not to take any great length of the word la used In a trivial or derogatory or even after the rough sough appear, Seeds i 1yM1

Nose and Throat. Homes time and from my own experience 1 sense, u* noddle, uoKKln, ,' cra and It will/ dig eel all\ symptom of croup ... pl..n'.1. by ,ro.......' I r,
,...
WEST PALM BEACH, .. FLORIDA.DR.iiouallTOx's Virginia know that it does not. Of course I am militia brainpan, etc.but Its. origin la In this war all danger! and anxiety maybe pO.".1..1.1/I.1) .ent.l.e wlM/),,.. It ,

not speaking now of mastering so that eminently respectable. Shakespeare avoided. Tile remedy Is used by many .yr r.rT. u.,p'.r S:.fI'I..I" "",..u"....'."l v

one can get the full benefit of all tbe Bays "the learned pate plucks to the thousand of mother and Im never been :;:::l n.r.., 'J"Iarv..L All t '
? Land In a particular U good: known to fall. It U, In Pant .the only piiup.l't. M.'ash..p'll.nn01o.
You learn ,all about Virginia refinements of speech golden fool. Tope' epigram
be
medicine that depended ,
can always M. rates r 00..
FLOATING Its resource, products, mndeof cultivation tonjrnc.; You beat your pate and fancy wit will upon and that I II pleasant and sate to O.trolt Mloh. t
DENTAL APARTMENTSon prices, etc., by reading I the "(hut 1 have In mind tbe Idea of come; tnke. For sale by all druggist and medicine f
the "Dentos Virginia Farmer. Send l0ctll. speaking Intelligibly In a given Innguu Knock a* you pl.aa., there' nobody' dealers. I
the ,
to home.
for A months mibiu-rlptlon and being able to understand -
Now PALM BEACH.Foley's Farmer Jo., Emporla, Vs.swra.trs.'r. e We have "bald pate" and "shave
: AT what Is said In return. I havea
Com
perfectly and Most
:-- plltC.Vb.r., the word Is used once In Itr.na. ftewrnr'* Cvntomii.In Largest
and
system which I have worked out countries! t the weddings. of the I
and the Bible, and by David In 1'ialtn vII. some nlata Establishment South. '
KJcineyCur It has been of vast benefit to me with view to
16 "Ills mischief shall return upon his year' are all nrruiiKcd a

makes kidneys and bladder right. dd/ has enabled me to learn a number while of I own, bead and his violent dealing shall their celebration on, Jan. 1, and! by a CEO S HACKER & SON '. '
,
-- lanKUiiges. It occurred to me down upon his own pate." Accurately ctirloim contradiction. In Slnui and In ,

WASTED-A TRUSTWORTHY. GENTLE- was In Mexico a few years ago on Important come pate does not mean tbe head, some mountain district of India the ':
'IT ln each count, to
manage business. celebrated
alllO on
"'bUs bed home of but the crown of tbe bead.-New York year'funerals are l lI
101111! an.netatandang( IdA ItriklKtit. bona fide ;t't! "I could not speak a word of Spanish the first day of tbe succeeding year.

Weekly c..b. salary l of .18.00 paid by check ecb ? and could not understand tbe language.I Press ___________. Temporary Interment take place a day ri

-:! rS.UyJ"th. Money all advanced S"PSOMS for direct.Epen.from head-ManCaxton concluded that I would learn the Ian-, A Forbidden Tople. or two after death but on the first

-=.:J.Io 8ldg, Chiealto. 1"03 ..Jtde74t gunge.! My plan was simply this: I "There I I. one topic peremptorily forbidden day of tbe following January tbo remain -

made! up my mind that I would not retire to all well bred to all rational. of those who died during the

BANNER SALVE 1d'dtfyL at the close of any day a. long alt mortals" says Emerson, "namely. year are borne to tbelr last renting

the moat healing aalva In the world. was there without learning at least their dl! .temper>. If you have not sleptor place the funeral feast are celebratedat I

-L .__ 2I.6 three word In Spanish bow to pronounce If you have slept or If you have tbe same time with the weddings,

them and what thy meant.Tliat headache or sciatica or leprosy or thunderstroke and In the uncut literal manner tbe funeral -

60 YEARS. woukl !give me ninety words per I beseech you by all angel baknl meat do coldly furnish -
EXPERIENCE
/91rs ,Cc.s .isrrf month, or something over 1.000 TlmesDvmocraL. In a- to hold your peace and not pollute tbe forth the marriage tablet*.-Bl ct Hl. .r:

year's time."-New Orleans morning, to which all the bounemates 4.

Gfti .. bring serene and! pleasant thought, by load bloods (n Mlvhlarnaw MANUFACTURERS OF i

1x corruption and groan Come out of Lat year several counties In the
Sash Blinds
.... For 'Km. Doors ,
Too ,
.. Love tbe iUy/ of 000.
Year's day. tbe I1.U. state Michigan expended over wt
II. swear ttot off on New Tbe quotation suggests that. bard as road Improvement. and this
bawl pOO on
loud hortert ; Material
0 : l'ffi TNaoc Matta. KIDNEY DISEASES "The Though good *....'-M they hear Mm aajr- It I I. to lw an Invalid. It may prove *la l- year more than that atnouot will be Me aiding & Building [
DastoNeCorvRlo. not at all!I' painful to be an Invalid'sMehl I a
"CouoMtaBwear mat expended
J" Ts Ac. _Atlanta Constitution. Office) A Warerooms. King, oppoalt
Anvnne.n. en, s.Y.trb and aeearlptImp may 1 Cannon Street.Charleston .
.nhel.,,,, .e.ennln one ot.lnlnn free wh.th.r as &- SpecCaued I>eath."II d'
:Mat Ilan.: frK arlctlrenn.d.t.tM.: I'' I I_ :proM.hlry;: stem It.ndlmoa bh. =,;:.= tre the most fatal of all Ballard' Horehound Syrup We Give Any Lady Coughlnir rry Duokwell, aged 25 year, ] S. C. '

-I........,..,. old.wy Lt.n b.sane... ,foe._.rtn._.ts... eaSe Immediately relieve hoarse, croupy _. choked to death early yesterday morning

"1'100' rattling raping/ and chance to earn spending st Ma home, in the presence of hi* wife Sash Weights Cord and % i
oppressed, A splendid
Scientific Jlmerkane rni CV'O KIDNEY CURE is iIULLI cough difficult, breathing. Henry C. Stearns, money very easily working for u* In their and child. He contracted a alight cold a "' 4EAST

A R.aidjor Wia., write, May the work I II not hard and few day ago/ and paid but little attention
h.nd..msly ... O Baaraatnd lat. Shnllsbury, ; Hardware.
!! m .III, Jeerers elm drug UallardElorebonnd woman spare morning he wa seized
Atlun .aM.stFnM.a selling/ ha little to It. Yesterday
""' Term..*"a 20 1901 : "I bare or !girl who a
;'J0f*l. Sold Wash! tie been two year, and any will\ do well to avail themselves of with a lit of coughing which continued

MUNN & CO.ae1e'.adway, wa:; refunded. Contain have never had a preparation that has this time great opportunity to earn money. for some time Ill. wit. seat for a physician Window and Fancy Glasr

_II...A. ... g eR.weebloetoo.23..Q; money by eminent given better satisfaction. I notice that good up 23 cent (silver) and we will at but before he could arrive, another A SPECIALTY.
recognized and Duckwell
for
remedies come back send the cloth with full directions aoughiagapell came on
Or.D LEAD FOR SALE. In any qnantl- physicians as the best -for when I rnlllasseohonest, recommend !It. once prepaid you by u* anywhere In the U. died from suffocation-St.' Loot Globe.

..!*! ** the ADVOCATE: office. Kidney and Bladder troubles. :25c more.; 60o) and $1 at B. B. Wilson & Son a.C@ 8.. *o, that Address you can BHILLIANTIN'A commence work CO.atonce. Democrat Syrup, would lave Ballard'saved him.* Horehound 25e I Foley's Honey and TarforchlJtrngafttur

,
'JIG.D. ) ilk( and $1 at II. B. Wilson A Son's. *. No opiates
ao4 $
FOley's 5Oc. Mas
PlUCK Boxbury,
Honey and Tar The ADVOCATE does job printing. (Q 74))

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DECEMBER 26, 1902.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE
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a M. BROWN
President; War Vicepresident.C .
,
V .p 1 JAMBS. PwrcHABD
, 1 Sr SCHUYLKB, Cashier. W. S. BBANKINO, Asat. Cashier.
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
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, :.' ,. BAST. COAST-ADVOCATE Another year-sinks away into olllvion INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

J: AWBBKLY JOUBHAL D..OT.D TO TH. D.TBOFXBZIT ... and a new' year, glorious wit ,
\ OF TH. INDIAN &IVBB, ABM hopes and possibilities, is just about:
.. r I WORTH AMD BMOATKB BAT..OT1O .. to dawn. As nearly all change Health COUNTY DEPOSITORY
Authorized capital, $100cod
sad and as "blessings brighten
are ,
j PUBLISHED KVBBY: FBIDAY.O FOR A QUARTERSyeopte Paid up capital, -
( $25,00q(
as they vanish, the old year (1902))
I find life a miaer- ......1 Average deposits, $100ood
with liven ,
regret + wbo hays torpid
1 .AALBS II. WALTON! Editor & Publish* will be given up by many f drutio drug
and with somewhat of timidity ( able xiiMnoe, and take purge aDd U*
need
Discontinuance of ._t ,when nil' they General
the ul[ Transacts
$4 i t new year reminder to the liver' to do It* duty. a Banking
genus
at this office or by writing.
The of good resc+ .
$f on. day making PILLS -
lutions is about to arrive. It woul -0 AMON'S LIVER
., Obeok,stn.,may be made payable to CIUBI.JH. i .;a Business,
4 .1" WLTONpnbl/ehor. be well to take warning by past I V ANDTONIC PELLETS t.
J
p'r 4
mistakes, and with courage renewed the liver to Itol Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
stimulate
communication to action. The pms ?
Add rate all and the armor of truth alld *. mild In their w a Jj I
the' system
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, righteousness girded on, reach out L proper' work and the pellet Invigorate which is all a / Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign
Nature
in short, they both modal .
whole Countries.ratronapre
TITUKVItLB FLeamAIt and ; for :28!
with a good will to meet cor medicine should do. Remember that 25 dowe --
=------ -- -- ---- -- --- --- quor the obstacles set thick and days costa 2Qo.! You can hare a free sample U' e I appreciated.. Prompt ervlce, poll!
U. 8. Department of Agriculture fast in the pathway of each of U8. you want it. treatmeui I,and rvanv every banking favor coimlHtnnt granted.l with em,

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fli. The new year, the third in the BROWN MFC. CO. CORR1:8PONDENT81Seaboard !: :
new century, will be ushered in i at I NewUreenevilie York National Rank. of New York, ana
The following is a comparative st.ate- 'N -u'*=' :National! Buuk of Jacksonville, Via.
sent of temperature und rainfall for the many places in Florida with esp..o.lal : and ,
", week ending Tuesday, Dec. 23, 1002. ceremony with the stroke of 12 Tenn. _- rrirwiJ 4VILI.7C, FL.A..

-lOO'JMAX. -1901- on New Year's Eve, and there will -.----.---------------,------- -
DATE. MIN MAX. Mil be who will formal or...

17 18 70 70 03 54 53 6J: 41 44 servance many of the pay event. Seated Ar'r TIlE SOUTHERN FUEL .AND SUPPLY COMPANY] ,

I\\) .70 r 4 01 311! around the fireside (if we happe ,
''' 20 ., T7 70 70 4(} to need any fire on that occasion)

ai 78 80 61 73: 57 00 8S 43 with all the family together, man Sold by II, K. WILSON & SON, TITUSVILLE. Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
1 t 22 the old out and the --
will watch
year
6:1
2J: 70 54 CO! :
Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 new year in along the East Coast' THE SOUVENIR NUMBER of the *

i t Depa-turefrom normal rainfall for the of Florida. Palm Beach News, published by FAVOR OILED ROADS.The Vitrified PaYing and Sidewalk Brick.....
week: minus. 0.03 Inches. Departure New Year's Eve is a favorite tim the Dean Publishing Co., of West ,

from minus normal 12.52 inches.rainfall since January I, for pleasant little social parties or Palm Beach is not only a credit to U.. of Petroleum Lay the. Ha on.t. Hlabwayeto Offices foot of Dogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262

HAL. P. U.ARDIN, Observer. re-unions, and the arrival of 190 the Lake Worth section, but to the highways Is steadily
L4' will find a large number of our pee whole of Dade county. It i is reallya The increasing use of oil In on favor. In Mollne J. MUNNERLTN, General Manager.MeMurray .,

i A HAPPY NEW YEAR. pie sitting up, on the watch for the work of art, and ia one of the 111.,,oil has been I tried In place of wateras --- --- ---
new year. Many an eggnog will beat-printed souvenir publicationswe a remedy for dust and the results

:1 welcome thee, New Tear! J..o01llopen.:! be mixed, or the punch-bowl filled have seen l issued from any printing have been satisfactory. Bourbon Ind., & Baker
armed I wait to pass away the hours from evening office on 'the East Coast. is considering the Idea of sprinklingthe ,
Thy footsteps drawing near, thy ban until midnight; and games of streets with oil. The dust problem
upon the gate: ir is serious one during the
various kinds will be indulged there a very
O swiftly haste by river plain and mead I of Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
,
will be when THE Jacksonville Metropolis summer months for there are no gravel 401.413 East Day
also
t Dances given,
and for thy ,
: trust In thee Is placed
My
roads.
the fantastic" will be In order the 20th was. a credit to the proprietors beds from which to construct :
Ifs grace I plead..Lweloomo'thee "light California, which have Maker and Jobbers ofVehicles -
of
Messrs. Carter & Russell. The towns
,
with' hours.
pma'
New Tear eye until the "wee /
line than thoseof
I o'er full of love; New Year's Day will be a partial This edition contained 40 pages been doing more In this to the
who thee here from rfdlant brim full of interest. any other state, are testifying Harness and Wagon Material
I M 'Twns God worlds Bent above; holiday in many places. It is a 1 legal and they were great benefits derived from oil on tho Carriage ,

'Tls God whose voice shall sound and holiday, and for that reason tbe ing reading matter. highways by the continued use they
k call tbee home at last; banks and postofHces will be closed ; are making of this means of laying the Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

On good or barren ground thy seedling and possiply some of our merchant PronU Nvnjnlir.In dust nays the New York Tribune. The First-Class. Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
Year's Is called
Germany.New
moments cast. follow suit. eve board of supervisors of Sacramento
e .1 welcome thee, New Year, by heart and may 1903 will be ushered In on next "Sylvester abend" (the eve of St. Sylvester are greatly In favor of oiled roads. -------- -- -
hand and voice; ). The curly hours of the nightare Three hundred or 3SO barrels of oil a
doubt fear I meet the Thursday morning with the firs In calls and and
+ r Without one or spent parties mile are at times necessary for the Lumber and Material
1! h + and rejoloe, tick of the clock after midnight, when midnight comes the ringing of permanent packing of a sand road, but Building
With holy will and might with potent and the ADVOCATE takes this opportunity bells announces the beginning of the In many cases only. 150 barrels need be
wisdom rife; in advance, to wish its readers new .rear. Ouns are. fired, and from
4 Sine thou canst use them right take a1l used. We keep everything required in the building line from the bilck'foundation! to
I'I
} bUJles'oro
the church lofts sounded.
New Yeai In most
the keys of life. and friends a Happy The roads of California are theridpe cap; including
It is a well known fact that tbe Later all the windows are !flung open case of sand, and the great benefits PAINTS AND BUU.DERS".DARDWARE.'
AND ;
DOORS J3LINDS
and standing within them the people SASH ,
leaves for 1902 has had its, regrets, flor. derived from the consolidating of this
IN turning over new year hold alp their glasses and call out "Pro- sand with the oil Is continually testified -SPECIALTIES:; Masurys Faints and Tarnishes, Neponsett & Parold Roofing
and depend
of the beat of and we
the 1903 one rows dangers, may wlJo
year Bit Neujahr! to
? every one passes to by those In charge of the high Paper..
't1 them la to be honest and pay you upon it, the new year will not by. People on the street call In to Not only Is the oil a better dust EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

}+ debts. Never contract debts without be ,without them. Still, the good( those Indoors. Even the coachmen as ways.layer and a more permanent one, but -
1 you know you can pay them generally overbalances the bad, un they drive by call out "Prosit Neu- It Is also* more economical than water. .
r This Is a very important leaf to less something very extraordinaryoccurs. JuhrP Of all the pretty customs In inasmuch as the roads need to be oiled Hodges & O'Hara.
i turn over, Anyway, people should German this Is on'e of the prettiest.Not but once or twice a year, while sprinkling -
and do, look forward to the new only to their friends do they wish with water must be done every ...Manufaotu rera."and Dealerstin.! ..
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WUILE 1902 has been a fairly; year with bright hopes, and with i a a happy) new year but to all.-Pitta little while.MELBOURNE Rough

t prosperous year along the East determination that whether we rise I burg Chronicle.--- and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

t a tnv Coast, it must not be supposed that or fall, have freezes or no freezes' Dressed Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
politicians or the speculators have It shall not be because we failed to : BEACH Mill and office located at Buffalo bluff: Fla., Write us for prices delivered
made it so. It Is Mr. Henry 1.\1. use our efforts in the right direr to any part of the State. Address: Judges & O'llaia, Buffalo Bluff Fla.

i Flagler's maglo wand and the hoe, tion.. Prosperity huagenerrlly! prevailed COTTAGE -- --
' i. the spade and the hammer that hs! along the East Coast; then MYRTLE: MELBOURNE BEACII, FLA.,
and Seed house In the State.
Grain
helped the good, work along. has been no large element of.pover Private Boarding House at Melbourne Beach. Rates: $5.00 to $7.00 per week The Oldest Established .
; ty in our midst; and, while few of *1.2per: day. OK AC 12 G. CUMINGS, Manager
t IT has been like old times- before settler rich nearly all are
our are ------------ 3ours'c3z Co.
( freeze-at Titus Wm.: :::: : :
l +r the double prosperous enough to support themselves '
l1I ville of late, for the platform of tbe< and families in comfort, i if :Beach Club Cafe.

ell"t F. E. C. Railway station has beer not in luxuries. The future along GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

I M ; ,.M piled with oranges for shipment the East Coast is promising; our; (Incorpoiated.)
north, east and west. It plainly; county is getting more settlers, Flour, Grits, Meal' and Fertilizers
,, shows that prosperity Is again re property Interest are i Increasingand Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclana Palm! Beach on the north.

im: turning to this section of the East there seems to be plenty ot s 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

i Coast of Florida. Thousands of work for everybody who wants tr Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours, Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A, L. R'y. and Plant System,
i t- dollars will result from these bif "put their shoulder to the wheel. ,

', shipments of oranges from Titus The ADVOCATE believes the comIng First-Class Chef, Cuisine and Service.
e' I villa and neighborhood. year will be more prosperous
than the past for our orange grovel.. prl."V'a."te: : ::DI.n.lIl.g: : : :: :Ja.rJ.ors a F. H-uh.lxnan: & Co.

{ DAT after day the Florida East' are coming back to their old state Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours.

Coast Railway trains are well puck. of prosperity; and as to the pineapple 201 Washington St; )) NEW YORK.
fl (' ed with passengers for varlouf plantations why the owner 93 Murray Street. )f N. YJ

points along the East Coast. Ii thereof are rejoieingover the bright: Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company

looks to us as if the Last! Coast wat prospects before them., This it .,
ft a entertaining more visitors at this gratifying news to our settlers, and I United State. Faat Mall Routes For- HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY
r + time of year than in many previous In thanking them for many favors:I KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WE8T INDIES, VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI. FLA.
Proposed sailings In effect ai shown below. Subject to change and po..tpooeDlentwttbout notice F""J.orl.c:1a.: : C rAnges:
i &cerywinter thenumberoltourist. in the past'we conclude by wishing
t1 years. MIAMI-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINK.-Commencing October 1U02.-LEAVINQ\ lIU_ III.W..I..e.da .
are increasing along theE them; continued prosperity and a ,sBatardays..1Letpat: Lv. Miami Ar. 6:00: e.In.SaturdayeTue d.y.. '. .ti.nc1.: G-rapefr'1.11.::
......... West Lv .... .Krlelayn, Mondays.
Ar Key Ttfflpm
st Coast; and it is taken for Hippy( New Year. Thursdays Sunday M-HOpm: :
Thursdays. Sundays.... 6:3O p ra L.r Key Went Ar (t:3Opiu..... .. Friday. Moudayt.
granted, not only by other resorts: Fridays Monday. .......".. B-OOam: Ar Havana Lv 10005m.: Fridays, ,Mondays, We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to representyou

in Florida but even by California,, How lucky we are to be in Florida FORTTAMPA-KttY. WEST-HAVANA LINE.-CoiumenelngOct.30,1DO2.-tearing PORT TAMPA also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30
that the East Coast gets the cream where we need so littler)fire all sons ,Tu"..,Thura.. .......llfOTpm: X.v Port Tampa Ar '4:30: p m........... Wed..Frl.,Bun."' years.:
l \ May Wed., Fri............. fttpm Ar Key West LT IO:30pau.: ... ... ...Tues.,Thur.,8nt.
of the tourist travel. Of course, il through the year. Referring to the t Moo. Wed', Vrl..r. JiSOpm Lv Key West Ar 830pm: .... ......Tues.,Thur-,Bat. -
'f ; is generally known that Mr. Henry much-vexed question of coal, the I Tue..Tburs..s.s".......... o.OOam Ar Havana tv IJ.OO Si..Tue."ThurSat. ESTABLISHED: : 1870.

j i. M. Flagler is the gentleman whc New York World says: "in New Ramlay,Thursday MIAMI-NASSAU..........".lltODpm: LINE.Id' -Miami Commencing Ar 4.00am.December...21....1m.... Thursday Sunday.
'i" ; I has waved his magic wand and., England, where the thermometer Monday Friday,.,........... a.OOpm. Ar Nassau Lv W.UOam......Wednesday. ,Saturday.
made the tourist travel turn its attention falls' earlier, faster and further than Commencing;January I,1003. M.[ Lane: & Son
California to this Monday,Thursday....... ...11:OO 9 m Lv Miami Ar0 a m.>... Thursday,Rnnday.
from In ( ,
elsewhere tne anthracUeuingpart
Tuesday,Frida'..... ...... a.-uo P 18 Ar Nassau Lv lo.-ooaui: .......'Vedne.dAy,.corday.
-. coast. Long may Mr. Flagler 1'ive of the country, the conditions Commencing February 2. 1003.
to on his great and much ap are worst of all. Householders in Mon.,Wed.,Frl..r.. 8OOpn: > Lv Miami Ar 8:39.: m......... .. Wed..Frl.,Sun. 260 W WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
carry Tues ,Thur.,Sat............ ::! am Ar Nassau' Lv U.oOpm: ... ..... ....Tues.,Tliur.,Bat.
jt y. predated work.! Boston are begging for coal and Commencing Mareh 80,l00a.lItOD. '

unable to get it except in half-ton .,Wed., Frl... ......... 8-OOpm: T.T Miami Ar 8311&-...... ...,. Wed.LI'rI.,8..0. Southern Fruit and Produce i
h TUB East Coast la claimed to be driblets at $9 and $10 per ton." The TU ..,Tbur, Bat.... ........ .3Oa m Ar Nassau Lv a.tWpus............Tues.,Tbur.,Sat.Above .
that shown for Nassau,Is
hours based on 90tl Meridian Standard Time.zc.pt local 01 .
+ the garden spot of Florida. for here outlook for the winter in New.York Nassau time. For rate and other Information apply to any Railroad Ticket Agent,or to

I'' 'w everything grows pretty well to per. city Is not promising. According CHA8. L. MYEKS Manager,Jacksonville,Fla, Comm.issiori.Merchants.: : : : :
tpt fection. It ia a well known .fact to the Coal Trade Journal the hard

} that men do not cultivate rice, on coal: needs of Greater New York for :
1 '1 mountain tops, nor Indian corn In the four winter months Decemberto IF YOU WANT A... :FLORIDA. PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY..

1 i swamps. The agriculture of a region March inclusive, amount to 32300 ,. .. ,
ia suited by the wise ones to tons per day, and the WorMs J; Stencil! *,_Card and. oat quotations furnished on application._ -

f 1 its soil and 011 mate;. and he who lays : lilt' Is known that the mines .Building Lot ----

seeks to grow Alpine plants in this are: not sending that quantity here, .. .. '
." section of Florida IS doomed top nor are they likely to do so." Although Mason M. Clark
t1 failure. The ocean has many ports, the coal strike Is over, its or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, ,

and ships there are that traverse it affect will be severely felt In some LAND FOR AN: ORANGE GROVE, -
!; i in every direction, but to turn all quarters all 'winter
t a! # prow. the same way would stagnate PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.

);.;1 '. commerce. Consequently, our people IT I Is very gratifying to us to receive We probably have for tale just what you are seek Lag.S I

have discovered the fact that it so many kind' words of praise Settlers are flocking In but itlll there U room. If :you an SPECIALTIES : I IV
''t''s a good plan to diversify their with respect to our Christmas num.
l i crops; hence the prosperity along t>er. Fart of this praise, however, looking this way, drop a tine to ,. .Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

; the East Coast, where settlers are ihould go to our correspondents, JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VIce.Pre.ident, ..
-I/ continually arriving, and where who have helped to make the ADVOCATE .Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
it ia. A JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, I I110Murrar
1 ,1+ everything la wearing a look of the success Happy
j I! prosperity.tt New Year to our correspondents ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. street and 168 West Street,' STEW YORK.
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I rUE OLD RELIABLE G.EORO MARX. JOhN :MARX. '

Miss Clara Sogaard Is home from Tron .

ic, for the holidays. GOODE for& nOODE.R..al Estate and Loans. :R. :8:8: <>8..
AjCellt
Atia l.on..n
Burt Bell had his thumb Globe an.1 Liverpool and
severely In. Providence WBuhlnicton. and Ann Fir

jurod while playing ball, last Sunday. Interests insurance.of non-rar Special "its.attention paid to the AVHOLESALE GROCERS

Our club has ordered carload of Crate -
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material from Jacksonville which is expected :. DR I.. A. PEKK-rtivnirus. AXI. grnniMix.. ---

to airlvo In a few days. and itONitHncS Friday *afternoons.JUT" '""".""'" .. Lan o alii.' .. Tuesday Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

Miss Lena Orrel had a. severe fall, last

week striking her face against the corner % ,_
of the steps and knocking out two the: Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE:, _. ._._ ; Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
pink of
of her back teeth. paper the East Const will bo
received tho Melbourne LOOK TO YOUR EYES.

G The pineapples here are being covered; PoHtofficc. If suffering from any eye defects or weakeiglrt WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

some with bay and some with palmetto John Miner Is spending some time at call r Ht my now well-appointed optl ,

leaves. Although frost is not expected Ro elaud. v oral Institute. Kpecliii, complete louse PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
it Is best to be'on the safe side. grinding outfit In connection.
AKft4 Rev. 'l'ompleton returned home, Hutwr-: Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. ..
Work has begun on Grifling Brothers day much to the dollght of his Du E II. ARMSTRONG
family.
nursery here In earnest, several hands beIng 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fla. 1.'Ve solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.

engaged In planting stock. This Is a'' Miss Kittle Martin came up from VikIng -- -_ .n __ ____.-'. -- .
POWDER good addition to our settlement. : on Monday, to spend Xmas with her ------- --- -- -- !r;

I mother.Mr. THIS IS" HARD LUCK.
Our school closed on Friday Deo. 10th!! Georgiana. i '
Pure after a six months' term of good Peterson of Indiana is a I late: nt- .
Absolutely service -
and one of the plensantest terms on reo rival. Ho Is a guest of Dr. and Mr*. i Mivco, FrA., I>oo. 22, 11)02.: LOOK OUT

IS NO SUBSTITUTE old. It Is rtported Unit Miss Harris will Hendry. Mr. 1'1111114Ifill/ wife were pleasant vis Editor Kant Coast Adroralt, :
THERE I I tors '
return next year for an eight months Mrs. X. Carter and daughter arrivedon : last week.at Miss liell's school, Tuesday of Enclosed please find check fort 1.50 for $..

term. Saturday last, from Sharon 0., and I one' joai's subscription to your valuable For Colds-La Grippe !

-- -- Some one stole two fine bunches of are now enjoying life In their bluff cot Miss Belle Bond arrived, :Monday from pink paper ; and If you will have the

Hobe Sound. bananas from Mr. Poppellj; Mrs. I Rook' tage.Rev. Knnoxho AVIs to spend the winter with kindness to allow me space In your vain Protect yourself, niul don't trust to .

grapefruit and most of Mr. Orrell's tan. Dr. DuBose Miss Porenau and her sister here. able paper I will toll you how I got the Providence. Considering tho harm ';;:.>"
91 /50) I have sent
gerlnes. /Several sacks of fertilizer are Susie DuBoxe, of Suwanne, Tenn., are. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and! niece Miss you. before and after
I bought ono peck of bean seoul, and done "neglect" taking
time for day.dneaqas' this week. reported as having been taken from the again spending the winter In their attractive Myrtle Iturchficl and J. W. Bruner .
Xo ; were planted six
railroad station. home in South Melbourne.Mr. I visitors to Cocoa and '\etnru quarts. I felt at the time a cold In a physical crime. You. may
"Charlie" Jefferson I la painting things ou Krlday. that I might overstock or glut the mar prevent n coM or If too lute cnn .
you
red the chalrll'on bill piazza. While Mr. C. Beemerderfer and Mr. and Mrs. Tenny and three children \ Mr. Newel Is spending the winter with ket. The beans /grew welt aud wore nice. '(
Sohlttler were' drlvlnjC L. of Oberlln 0. arrived I picked ten crates and insure yourself against the "after et'j
I). Jones' hors Saturday I his uncle F. W. Lyman. Hla daughter shipped them to
"Coming events. cast; their badows be from the' station Monday evening! the evening and will spend the winter In the Miss Mary, Is teaching the school at/ Em market; but hearing (hat beans wore low. eCtst, for there Is the greatest danger, 'f

fore( them." You shall hear all about bridle broke, causing! the horse tit runaway Moore house on New Haven Ave. Gallic. I resolved to pick n,) more, but feed them by wing Dr. Ilnrtcr'a Iron Tonic. Few ,11

them later on. throwing the occupants out of the Be sure to attend the Guild entertainment The to the cows and chickens. The 10 orate die from Colds. or La. Gripper| or Ca ii'l'
wagon and demolishing It. No young people are all very busy shipped sold for $12.l (n. Of this the <
SUultz the efficient landscape gard- one was at Educational Hall New Years
F. on getting ready for tho entertainment at tarrh. Tireylie of tho after effects.
hurt, but the horse was badlylnjuaod.Thos. express company got $9.7!> : and the commission '
T. A. Solder's place baa to night l )0l.! The Kodes' Band
on Family the
gone
enor Christmas troe.-whlch will be In tho merchant $l.21: and now, Mr These diseases nil weaken, and to a
Mluml on business.Mr. illllier, of St. Cloud. Minn., visIted of the seven dance.pieces will furnish music for school house on Christmas Eve. Editor: you get the balance fl.GO. It weakened como Hocking a host of I 1 ;

and Mrs. C. B. Jefferson will go our pretty burg last Monday and Mr. I.eo. who ban spent several winters you think I can PRY for your paper nn lt diseases that fasten on wouk lungs 'i

to Oak 11.11 on (Saturday the 27th, to ro purchased where 20 acres of land In :Section S. : Melbourne is getting a big share of the with Mr.\ Lyman at this phce.ls reportedto support a largo wife and small family on heart stomach and oilier Jf.'

main a few days the guest of Mr. and he will plant an orange grove at tourist travel already this season. Neat, be very sick at the home of his son, such return. please tell mo how to do It. kidneys ..'
1rs. T. B. Allen. once. This land Is fcituated near the pro. clean stores and dwellings and clean, near Kansas City. Ho \Is a a very pleasant My neighbor offered me ten cents R'' weak! purls that we seMom think of.

pertles of II. Knudson and M. Sogaard/ well kept streets attract attention to our olil gentleman, and loved by all. cratu on the vine for the balance of the Tho easiest und best thing to do Is to to
For faithful service rendered Mr. T. and is some of the finest In White City.A bright little town and but which I lie
last not least, crop accepted. picked and fortify the system BO that you will not .
has been with
Xewion Banner presented our refined social class of Mrs. Mary Gregg, who has been vlnlt shipped ten and the .
few friends gathered at the home of people. crates express: company
cateh cold but If too late to do Hint
lie Is absent at Palm
> pineapple grove. Ing her aunt Mrs. Mary Munson during let them freeze on the New York i
Mr. and M J. I' Christensen .
"
Beach at this writing. ra. Saturday. Visitors are delighted when they the summer and of the then imwt that Injury
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Christenxen'i rive in Melbourne ar-I I part winter, re wharf. Now Mr. Editor I have two you $ce no lasting .

The Islanders will go fprth? In a body birthday both of which occurred on the Ing on the trees in to our find town oranges lots celved that the sad news, Thursday night quarts of seed loft. Do you think there U done. Medical authorities all ;.
her
meet the southbound train, January same day though they are not of the bananas hanging from the plants, and hero father was very sick :She left would bo nny danger of a glutted; market agree that I Iran in the fighting element i''
on Saturday for her former
Jth, to welcome their comrades Mr. and same Your correspondent did not home If I planted them? Please ask some of
age. !lowers( In bloom In December. It is a the blood enabling the system not only
lira .Augustus Pltou. learn their age, but both are over fifty line sight to visitors coming from the Miss Mary Hainlin aIR! niece, Miss Etta those :$300\ ( an Roro Yours men truly what best to do. I to ward o
Fannie Rice and her big handsome years of age. frozen North. Mapes of Wateri own, SI Inn., arrived ,
It has obtained foot
Sunday and will week JAnice WILLIAMSON.A np. a
husband Dr. Oeo. Purdy, will be enter Onr club Is arranging for a family picnic Last Monday evening a number rein- visiting their spend friends a nt this or plnco two bold

tamed at dinner on Christmas Day by Mr. supper and dance on New Year's Eve. lives and friends were at thfl depot waitIng Then they will many go on to Miami to spend kidney bladder trouble, can always 12.

and Mrs. C. li. Jefferson. to which the members have the privilege / to welcome Mitts Glady Wells and the winter with their relatives there. be cured by uslnic Foloy's Kidney Cure In : MASTER'S:

The personal popularity of W. Gordon : jnvlttnga few friends. The lunch tier brothers, Messrs.. Standford and! Everybody is glad to see them.REPORT time. Sold by U. It. Wilson A /Son,

Brown, won for that gentleman a cordial will be placed In the hands of the committee Prescott Wells, who came from their \ IRON TONIC
and spread upon the table, where northern to the
reception when he appeared his college spend holidayswith
among lUASTI.at'R S.t L i.
friends here on Wednesday.?* all will partake as one family. After their parents Mr. and Mis. W. T. FROM REFORM SCHOOL. I its Just the remedy needed, ns It .up.]
supper, the floor will be cleared and the Wells at their elegant home ou the J. G. Pluck, Supt., Prnntytown, 'V. V. .
The deal! has now been cousumated by Old Year danced out and New Year In. jlulT. We are always' glad to see these writes: "After trying all other advertiser 18 HKRICIIY UIVICN ThAT IJNlJltR plies the blood directly with thalron I it

which T. A. Snider comes into possessionof bright young people come home. !,IJgI! medicines!<<: we.bave decided to useI'oiey'a NOTWE I 5cr.by virtue nmu or,a iletmiA.. .or fnr..,.li,.iireanil require to combat Colds or La Grippe.

of the orange grove at Gomez BOY'S LIKE SAVED FROM MEM. : Hooey and Tar exclusively In tho Court for the Fourth ann Jiullnlal imtorau CI r formerly the property of Mr. Beach. BRANOUS West Virginia Koform School. I find It In and for Hit OOllntyor fllnv: In I'lumuery Hit taken In It
CROUP. O. W. time will It taken .
Lynch a A TIMELY TOPIC. At this prevent (
I season ... ;
the most effective nod absolutely harmless ring our the :Ulrd: of la inl>or. lixiii, In a co'rrnumime ,
pleasurable trip was participated In prominent citizen of Winchester, Ind., of coughs and colds It is well to know bold by B. K. Wilson & SOD. tlierain pending, wheroln Tlia I'HiiiiMVlvan during, It will shorten the course if j .
Saturday, when Mr. aud Mrs. T. A. writes: "My little boy had a severe attack that Foley's Honey and Tar is the greatest 110 Uuiiipanv for Inmirunires." Llvfm, ami (Orl "t-. taken after It will all bad after
lute Annultleii, In oimipliilimnf. pupil tire JaiiknonvlllH. prevent
Bolder, accompanied by their guests Dr. of membranous croup aud only got throat and lung remedy. It cures T.ttnnu and Key \Vnnt Railway (Company, eflectB.
'urdy and wife also Mrs. C. B. Jefferson relief after taking Foley's Honey and Tar. quickly[ and prevents serious results froma South AI lea, William! n. I II. Wllllanm Knimrt It. Cole-
journeyed to Palm Beach onboard lIe got relief after one dose, and I feel cold. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. Rockledge. nan", Arohtlmlil. Itnffdni. II. T. Ktmdall. aAaxnlttieo Women are especially benefited \by'>
that It saved the life of of Itnlwrt II. Colom.kn ;Ill.. Chatham National -
the Nikko. my boy. Re- Hank. Kdwanl; II. MoUonald Harriot'Walkor, Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, on. they seem to
fuse substitutes. Sold by Wilson & Son. frank 'V. IVijie anil,I tlia Mlmdiwlmil, Valley Itnal-. miner from the weakness of Colds, rind
The pink found Its to New linn Gertrude Brecso took a ride to \
.
paper way Eau G llie ty Company. afH iluloiidantat II will I offer for sale.
York quickly and a ready response fol- GET Lotus on Sunday, and anil to '. hlCh"Mt bliMur for oMII at i'"hi Ic La Qrlppe longer than men, and they
ONE OF WALTON'S BAPID outcry ticforo tire Court lloima door of tips spill'
lowed from our gifted friend and author, Calking Tools If you want to Calk J S. Coats Is shipping some very fine. County of (' Htate of Florida. In the City of are particularly susceptible to the action '.

Mr. Joseph Arthut lIe and his dearerhalf your Boat with lightning; rapidity. It Geo. C. Houston has finished another tangerines fron Miss l'owe's grove. Urten Cove Springs, therein on the of a blood<< builder such! an thin Is. .\ ,
will j jiin us In March-'tis twenty
saves time and and for Itself fish boat. FIRST MONDAY IN KKItUIIARY A. I). 1003 1.t:
fears till then. money pays E. A. Hartwell putting up a small FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
In a few weeks. In use by prom. Capt. John Johnson has resumed command addition to his residence, t j bo used as n the sauna ttplnif tlio sro..ntl day of Raid mo til, _. f"J
Dr. Purdy and his winsome wife were inent boat-builders in the U. S. Read ami, -- hVj4 .
of the store n lewd acres day within tho Iowa hour olaule :
Chicago. room. tho uenurllmd In mid di... All . . . . ,:w :an l 87 64048
Duel amused over a recent letter from testimonials from boat-builders. Price property .iruu a'ollownt
. . . i-.13: MIlS :321 80
The Is A. V. S Smith of the "
their daughter/ Edith (A most precocious $..00( and 8.00 each at the ADVOCATE sharpie Lizzie on Hodgson'sways adjusting agent The inortKnaail niontlonnd and d Ie.
: propiirty Hw corner of lot 3 8 JW 40 A 00
child of who Is pupil Fla. busng overhauled. F. E. C. R'y., was here on business the
seven mimmeis. a office Tlcusville sort iaI In aalil ilourue ai.d I In the hill I ur 011I.
first of the week. phi I tat In saul .. and .1"Morlh.,1 All . . . . 8 Ill' ::17 (030: 40 t
it the Salem Aca.iem.- C.. which "noe. partlonlurly
), Miss Laura'' Houston has returned. toEsu ,' lii ExhIbit(is' hereto .x"...ptlnir tIre liiiulnhnrctofore All . . . . . R :Jill !I7 045 (00 .
WII8 as follows: "Dear Papa-I want to Uallie for the holidays.) F. W. Mahoney of Sanford, was doing; sold, t1PMcrlhe.IIIII'.IIIIlt: "H" t<, the All\ . . . . . 0 80 87 Oil 20
make some' Christmas presents. Please Fort Pierce. some plumbing for 511 us Louise M.Powe aald hill. to-wlt ultiuite. l.vlnu .and IxtlnK In tliarniintlim of .
WJ1 nw >
se .{, a3ofsei..4. >'
.
lend Special services on Chilstmas morning or Kr"vard, C'luy Citrua Dials, IMHoto,
me twenty cents. at 10:3): In Bt. Johns chu..ch.The last week. He Is a good workm tu. Lake, l:I..p, Manattte, Marlon. Monroe, i)tr.iItgPI | i, . . . :30 10 1IH 417 80
iKOoola, Ht. .lolui s, tduriiter. : ,\'ol I u.uut, r.:lk .. W34! W of neVf.se of
Herbert Coukllng of Wabasso was a steamer Spartan was delayed on Mr. and Mrs. Avorlll Mrs. Htaperly l'ip maui. In tll"IU"to..e Florida, spat dunurllnnln IIC/ nliiof self
'1,00 WORTH Of GOOD.A. It. T. and Mrs. Malmon took a trip to Cocoa, In n follow i ; '. an
'hurries, a well known coal operator of pleasant visitor In town over Sunday. 'ueaday, caused by a broken rudder Mr, AverlH's fine launch on Tuesday IN IJREV AltO COUNTY. 'I r'lIeft.. .'. : :. .:aa: an :jw! nna ooAM

uffulo U. writes: "1 have been aftlict- Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold services Oranges have been going north all the AruO. 1'. H. Afirm . . . . . at :m :w an: ) 20
with, and bladder trouble for In St. Andrews church here next week-mostly for Christmas presents. N. M. Fish, our road commissioner, U All T 'M. 84 ,IIHil 110 All I 1 . . . . 81S( 80( :3H (031 1 72
kidney with I Sunday at 7:30: p. m. All are cordially keeping "bachelor's hull" In the J J. all of frno... .... .. 0 Ui, 34 B ll'J (110 Nw) 8J.1 i . . . 0 ::11)( 1111 l) 4$1 44
years, passing gravel of stones excruciating nvtted.Kev. J. A. Gilbert Is papering the rooms In White cottage so as to be near his ork. alloffran.. in 110 84 4>l II All . . . . . 7 81S :an 040po .
relief from 1..0' 1 : and 4. .
pain. I no 11,3 Ill uil 114 !W7 HI
medicines got lU lovely home on the. lieu Gallie river His line of rock road eitends further all or 1ra...;.n 10:1114": > W.! of sw3. . . . fllIlIlO( ) '711 0(1(
C. H. of Palm
until I Foley'sKidoy Beach
began taking Sturgiss, south every day Ii,,.. lands.. WHe H4 limn W, . . . . 17 80 80 811) 1'10'' <
AIneswortu and
Cure, then the result was surPrising held services In the Baptist church last Messrs. Perry, Colby comer of I.w}< ofM M 211HnKntrvH :it4. amiHb
All . . . . .. 18 :'M 81)\ 0107:1\ :
A few atarted the brick Sunday and to large Stickney have on a shooting and .HI mNe 40 (XI
doses. morning evening gone
All . . . . II U :an 80 041 2()
.
Just like floe and I have no fishing trip to Luke Washington and LheIt. Pole>'s Honey and Tar positively cures unrner of lot 4 Ill" *' :'UI a 110
stones now congregations.The allot rl'110 31 m ,.H 2111HO AII . . . .20 :m) :aw 111:1: 118
pain> across my kidneys and I feel like a :) Johns Klver. all throat and lung diseases. Refuse sub ..." nr tle!( .............. . .I 21 ret IH, \VJ4 of nw swk. . 2S 80 89 21042
of f
Rev. Mr. Weatherwax Eden ,
flew It has done worth stltutes. :o'Jwornwg ... .... ........ :I 21 IH 4000
''f' man." me a 41,000 accompanied by his two charming! Dr. Carlos C. Booth, of Youngstown Wu) good. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. daughters held U mgregatlonal services 0.> Is having the hull of a tine launch NwU ofni-U, *eyi n' ne'A -----25 H 34 HO m All I i . . . . .;!io :ao ai 0 no 40

10 the Methodist church last Sunday built In Eau Gallie. From! the model Malabar. nwKoowK.w) : III IJ.t loan All. . . . . .Ill nil(i :ao 037 80
.
lloffraa
morning and evening. the vessel promises to be a llyer. nw leU t VI UO leo MlNXofnHof.wKof A I II I . . . .'. .aa :ao :ai) o-to HO'

Jensen. ofuwu(..... .. A 21 311 no no All . . . . .IJJ: :a Ifl i ao O4t 04 I4-v
A q Jlet home wedding: took place at Mrs. S. K. Baibour has been out drlv- Mr. Wells, of 1011.0111'1.18' visiting his iloffrao................n Ill :IA "40 oo All . . . . :2 I 87 JW 050' 48 fl

the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Tucker hag this \\eek. uud \\e are pleased to sister, M rll. C. W, Holton. all Nw.corner of nef "f n.K ... .13 IH 21 itt 1UI 80 6401)4 Sou) ) All I I . . . . 4 :37 88 (057' SIt .<
In he. ILh
Geo. Wray of Daytona, Is In the cir.y. ant Thursday evening at 7 p. ra., which utiLe she Is loukluK much better wp4..f nw1wf4of.wg.se3( !" ft I All. . . . '.' fI) :37 :.18 64072Ml
"olned two heart aa one, Mr. James Jay ban when she arrived at hair Uallie. The young people have been busy late- ....S( .... ..... .. 'f! 21 M 200 00 ,. . . . . 10 :37 8H (UOao:

Mrs. A. B. Goss of Milwaukee Is here and Miss Georgie GrlftU being the contacting The Christmas tree entertainment will y'preparlug !Lire Christmas pio rani.The'lawn all of. trite .of of .21 21 8ft 180 BONX. All . . . . la 87 88 040() W)
visiting the winter. *wH,oU eU, *wVC eM
Mrs. Ilelllur for : parties. The parlor was taste- All . . . . 14 37 3H KI8: ) 53
be duly reported lu the next \issue oftbe tennis players Are taking IAM- ...... ... .28: 81 :III 60000 .
Our beans are going out ac a lively rate : fully decorated with ferns and roses 'Aovoo 'u1. The children of Hti. Swill eons under the Instruction Miss Emily N w curlier of n..M nf .<*W...5 w All . . . . 18 37 81'1 ((14111 WAll

flow, and are bringing paying prices. The bridal couple stood beneath a beautiful take a prominent part In the pro- Ham. Sai.fw4 mrne.fseofnw( ... }" .. .21)80.1 ill 8flvi aa SO 40 no uo . . ... . 10 87 :3H) 013118:

!Bean growing Is all right. floral horse-shoe and responded to ram ma. NU if ,rwswotnewp4' 0' All . . . . 20 87 88 041 il(
the sacred promises of holy matrimony.The Rufus House Is here to spend the win ...1 V( . .. ... ...31 11 M 20000 ,VII . . . . at 87 88 03002;
Prof. Goodwin's minstrels are booked bride looked radiant and happy in Capt. Symmonds and party have returned ter. lie Hilda It very congenial here, as B... cr.nmr of awj< of wj< XI IIlit/ n mill All ... . . . 20( :37.38: mi 41

tour Opera house for one night this pearl gray ladies cloth trimmed in white from their cruislug trip on the shown by his annual visits. all 0'of rruo..w3. /, wH..of..neW..of.flw4no.w.swgofswg5 aHwU an m: Or) All I i . . . . 28 87 :38 038: 32

week.>< They will pack the house of silk and lace, while the groom looked Banana Klver. Quite a cargo of curios Mrs. Charlesterof Ohio/ Is .visiting her ) n Srt 15000 All . . . . :ail' 87 88 Otl 311

course. quite proper In black. May peace, was brought bucH by the members of father, Mr. Forest. Her friends. are very lie ta2an,1(ilirncr, of 4.aw'/.... of .De..V4.... 1 8 !M an an ui in /MI nuft All . . . . 80378801334:

Our good merchant O. E. Coon shipped pleasure and prosperity attend them. the party. glad to see her after her many years ab iwcnmarof n.4' of nw'l .211 9.t io 00 : All . . . . 81 87 :38 ((141 04

>
north on Monday. They will prove a Friday evening at the new hall drs. H. E. Harbour for handsome Christ-. all tit .. g ft Tat ai an as Bill 11:11184) ta % {. . . . . 11:1:! 87 88) 81!) 00 i
;, All . . . . .' .34: 87 :88 B37 30 >
toothsome dish for the Christmas dinner decided and well attendedby m*. presents Both old and young have The Pride of lleroen. NX of npl/",. aw>/ of Dell, "U of ?
"P there. was a success been remembered by this estimable and siw34 .. .. .. It SI M WO OIlall. All . . . . 80( 37 38 03020:
an appreciative audience who Many soldiers the last war wrote to .. .. .V..v.IT 81 81111:1: : t tAlL
.
All I I . . . . . 4 87 80 C60 45
Mr. enjoyed the and Jokes. popular lady. all .. .. .......... ... .. .... ..11) 81 nfl tar onS.MI
and thoroughly songs that for scratches bruises, outs,
land Mrs. Clarence Brewer of Port- Dr. say all ... .. .... ...... .. ... . 21) 81 art : im . . . . . 187 30 037 1)8)
Maine, are making a boat of friends The music was exceptionally good; E. S. Randall, of Boston, has arrived wound..*, corns, sore feet and stiff joint., ail.. ... ... .... ..... ... .. ... ...,..ai si art 114111111 / \ All . . . . 6 37 :3D 059 SO
]ou the river. They are charming people Coon, cornet Mrs. Goodwin piano, andA. and has taken up his quarters at the Indian Bucklen's Arnica Salva. Is the best In the all. .. .. .......... ... . ...83 SflS K:*> \t All . . . . . 7 37 81!) 0:1I76: !)
furnished all .... .. ... ........... ... .... I :. 87m 1142114
I' m we alt N. Uoofnagle violin some Randall has his world. Same fur burns scalds bolls,
hotel. Mr. ,
hope they will remain| here Mr. River all ... ,........ ........ .. .. U 31 6.-U4 4f4fl All . . . . . 8 8780) 64080
permanently. charming music between the acts. launch, the Helen, In' readiness toe ulcers skin eruptions and p1 las. It cure allall ..-. I.. ............. ... ... .. II M 91 B4KM All . . . . . I) 87 8!) 04200V :
The and Mrs. Buchus, in their characteristic shooting season. "r no pay. Only 2.'icts: at B. K. .Wilson .. .. ............ .... ....... ..I 14 33 87M HOnn .', W>iofMfK. . 10873030HOO
j. exercises on Christmas Eve prom- sketch and dance were as usual Son's store all .. ...,... .. ..... . ..:?1 xtXI (fIll
I'w' to be most The musical song Kev. U. J. Glover of Long Island, N. & drug .II. ... ... .. .. ...... .. .. .,. 2t: : atM Ml 411 All . . . . 15 37 80 (13813!
Program Is enjoyable. fi t-cla88 and were received with enthusiastic Jounachurchn allall. ... .......... .. ...... ..... ..'a. XI Mil :W All . . . . . 17 87 ::11.1 (137'44 .
very elaboiate.fcnd Old Santa applause. A. A. Ford can not be Y., will\ \ hold servlcya bi. Op n Road to F.m. .. '" surely load the tree with presents beat and hi. witticisms Christmas day lit 10 :.11) a. m. A well .... ........ .. .... ... 21) Xt 37 1140'114
as Tamby,1 negro said the old gentleman In . . . . 10 37 31) 04004
|'or the little onea. rained choir will conduct the musical "My boy. ail. .. . .. .... .... .. ..81 3.1 31 nan; 44 A .
and sayings had the genuine ring. while a kindly tone. "there's only-one thing pill .. ............ .. ... ... 3:. aa *7 *15)alt All . . . . 20 37 3U! oat 20
The beautiful pineapple plantation be- his dialect was beyond comparison. Mr. portion of the services.Crimson stands between I that youan .. ......... .. .... "
j S 8:1: 8H 3' : I
4.1JBS
ongw to Maxwell rendered the sODII.lIoly; Clt1Impre18lve.yi / Brussels aud cocoanut Wli. . .22 :37 :m 03!) 44VW
Mr. Austin was aoldthls week carpet "And. what Is that?' uskedVbe youth. W1tio n" 0' ..I.. "'1. of ...'1,. .. 1 All . . .
|WMr.' Thomas Uelller, of 51 t.: Cloud, ) lIe has a itch tenor voice.Xe matting-the former for the chancel and bard at working." 511. .. ..... .............. ... ..11 5 % . . . . .23 37 :III! 81073: '
Inn. Mr Helller will make this ills fact tbs.whole troupe was srood. _Mrs. the latter for the aisle-are the latent "If you worked as all .. .... .... ...... .... ..,. II" 8:1: 8JIM f4.l Wl All. . . . . 20 37 80 8-1541)
home. the old gentleman "as you all .. ..... ........ .... ... ... ill 'Wn cttl l Wmm
Our Bach us executed the wonderful serpentine church Eau Gallie. explained All . . . . a7 37 so arm: 91
I community extends a hearty : !phs; to tit. John avoid all. .. .. .... .. ... ........ .. .... ..\w anS3 \ IH
welcome to Mr. and Mr Hellier and dance, with colored light, producIng '!hay were presented by Mrs. Treutler, do at trying to find some way to pill|| . ..... ........ ...... .. HHm (141 4H All . . . . .88 87 :30 04000
y their i charming daughter., an operatic efflect. The- monologue a member of the church. The carpeut worklnir. you would easily acquire all' .. .... .... .......... ... .. .. ..81aa : mtKt 640 no All ; . . . . 20 37 80 8.0.11)

by ,Prof Wolfe and Mrs. Bucbus, a and matting are la place and greatly both fame and fortune." Chicago .11."|"'nbp.nofl..c.| ...... ... .... 9iloffruo. If 84 40 Srt AmSWI 4H All . . . . 30: 37 31) 040 lISA '

soubrette, was a splendid character : dds to the Inside comfort of the edifice. Poet. _ (,let ,,'/" of ..'/,). ..H 34 on 4744*. II .. . . . 31 XT 89 038: 4O
Saved at ( rave'e 'Drlnk.I sketch, and executed to perfection. We' W"%" !......... ... .... 84 311 3'.llI! sat All . . . . 32 37 :30 837: 08 1 -
Goodwin's minstrels The choir of St. Johns Episcopal A Million Voice .n, .... .. .. ............ ..... S 34 a* liAr i /M 3)! 039: 43 '
understand Prof. All . . . . 83: 37
know I would have of the following talent : all..... .. .. .... .................. T 34 SB: 640 4.!
long
'I DlY ago; been will perform once a month here, when church consists Could bardly express the thanks of all|| ... .... .. .... .... .. .. . .. e 84 I 8't .... ,.. All . . . .'. . 84 87 31)! 038 80
,"f becatur"rave. w"tes Mrs. H. H. Newsora, we always bespeak a crowded house for Irs. Zylander organist, with toe MUfes Homer Hall of West Point, la. Listen all . .. .. .... .... .. .. ... .. .. .tn 34 a* 64 DOH41 All . .. . . . .33 87 3 0 (043: 40
|KI Ala.* ulf It had not been for Hopkins, Hodgson, Newell and .MoMil pill .. ... ..... .. .. .... ...... 17l M KM 00CM NW . . . . 30 37 8!) 1SI'll 01ToUl
'ctno: : them. A severe cold! had settled on hisungs .. .. ... .. ... .. ,
:: BUtor For tblle8 I .uf. _ Ian and the Messrs. ZyUnder Ualght why: pill. .. .... .. 34 111I 151215) ,
f ered intold yearl' casting a most obstinate cough. .11.| ..... ... ... .... .... ..... ..21 84 3* &tfI'OI)
.,f indlgestIon agony from the worst forms Foils a Deadly Attack. and Gilbert. The last-mentioned gentle Several said be had consumption .n.. .... .. ....... .......... .. .rr M an nH4I . . . . . .73,207.43:
bi"e waterbnuh stomach and men have all had much experience In physician all..... .. ... .. .... .. .. ..... ....W! 34 a* (lId) Adepo.Itwillberequlredtobemadeby

rnedl 1 d1cped I pela. But this excellent: "M)' wife was so 111 that good" physicians choir singing, and the choral part of the thought, but be could was not doomed help him.he began When to use all sri..11..1|| ... ... ... ..., .... ...... ..... 83 84 34 8S 3M !040 141M Mlwoeo each bidder with the Master, in 4

Ilog It I me a world of good. Since were unable to help her, writes M. services on riunday: last was a musical New Discoveryfor Consumption W'.... .... ............ .. ... ...* 34 cash or satisfactory certified check
caD eat heartily and have gained M. Austin, of Winchester Ind.. "but wa treat of a very high order.Dont Dr.[ King's pill;...I ** *> 11417. before bidding of two cent acre
a POUUdL" For cured Dr. King's New Life and writes, "it completely cured me .ill... ... ... .............. ... ..11 311 in K:1U M per
etlte lodlg8llUon.lo.. of ap- completely by and saved my life. I now weigh 221 lb." sit ....... ................... .....Is JII In 114'111II the land Included In any one -r
Uetj0: lranacb.1\ver: \ and kidney troubles Pills." They work wonders stomach by taking subtitutes for coughs, pill .. ...... ........... .. ...... 21 ** rI IJ.IIH Ufron for bid*.
positive, guaranteed aDd liver trouble Cure constipation be Imposed upon It's positively guaranteed pill| ................... ........ ..71 M at BW20Srt II. II.BUCKMAN.
ore. 60cta at B. at B. R. Wilson & offered for Foley's Honey and colds and lung troubles. Price BOctsand all|| ... ...... .. ........ ..... .. 29 37 *OT MKM
rug I R.WI1sn & SoD' Son's.sick headache. 25cts Tar. Sold by B. K. Wilson & Son. $1 Trial bottle free at Wilson Son's. all ... .......... .... .. ... ... 11 all rI ioU <00 Jan30 6t Special Master






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J i1, i I -- "THS CAST COAST oP Pt01ID* '

.IwN THE PARROT'S RESOLUTION is FAAADISI RIOUNID.." '

4', A Golden Rule Tim Wi.. Bird Determined to De I) ,:, .

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of Agriculture: Good fit Mew "Xar'.. ,

The parrot bad been listening; to the FLORIDA EAST COMT RAILWAY.
land and ;
Be good to your your crop talk about good resolutions, for everybody
t be of
; will good. Plenty
the
had been making some for

new year. Now parrots always try to LOCAL TIME CARD No..42. In Effect Aug. 28, 1902

PotashFree Imitate pcoplo BO be made one too. y, rs. VyeF
That IA what he was thinking of ube OUTHIOUND-fttAI DOWN NORTHBOUND-mt/ .

smoothed back his beak with his ysoH FFhf

4 In the fertilizer spells quality | fI claw."I ... II h.It .... a/ LINB. Me. 7/115,5'-.II

t ,' and quantity in the har oha won't scream or say any ugly .Jj.'. Det 7' D.lly 'J MAIN Dally Daly Las

i'p vest. Write us and words: he said to himself. "I will say I ( t : i, ( -
will send
we you, ', 'N only nice funny things. Then theywon't A yrhC -...... P 1010 n Li'.............Js.k.onvUla..Ar CO. 110 a ....
y fret, by next mail, tr d ...... o 100 II to 26. .............eoath Jaekwnvllfe..i.r fa p I' a ...;--
I our money winning I threaten to !bead me away. .......: p II M a :: *...............In. Au.u"tt.............. :: 00 p T40 a ....:::.
............... ................
j' ) books. So all New" Year's day and part of ....... p ea P \.1. H."np. 4 p T06BOt a .....
I j a. .. ... ..............
l ....... pt. r. .... .4 P.latlE. I I I ;;......
M I GERMAN KALI WORKS, the next he kept saying "Happy New ....... pi' p .................. N.o"................ 4 l I n a.......
L !ft M Miwitt Strait, + Year! "Glad to see you!" "Polly ........I.S pUP ................. Bunnell.-........ .0 CI 06 a .._.
1111 .................. Dupon................. .0 3 57 p 160 a
Nsw York. wants a cracker! "Get up borsyl"Aud ........ P p 40 p ..................OrmoD.............. ... : 1 a a.".._....
tried to say 'Twas the night before ........ 1 V II p ...................DaTtoDa............**.. I UP' tl a .._..
al" 11 .. ... .. ................ 'a.j.
% / .... P 01 p .... ..Port Orange lit ... .
M/ Christmas, which ho had been oe i 18 ...............New1m,rna.. .............. 4ibsC
taught for of course be couldn't know I 21 a......p.. 1t40p .. ..................OK Hili.: ................. ....... I!
itrenily: 00 a. ........ I tl p .. ................T..n..lll................. ,,47" ........
that was a week after Christ ........ ...... 18 p ................. OOOH ..............*.. ...... .......
b t / mas. The children were good too for ........ ........ 4 01 P w .................Ro.kl.dq.! ................ ......... ,_
/ ........ ...... 80 p N ................ :Btl Ocali.....*.......... 12 40 P ......,.. '.'..._
14 they made a resolution n6t to quarrel ........ .... .:. .a p ** ........ H.Ibeurn..t. II al p....... ..._.
A a and everything was pleasant In the ........ ........ 1t p ................. .b."laD................. 11" a ......... _
........ ........ g 08 P ................. Bt.' IrUOi ................. 11 M ........:.'.....
sG .4' nursery, where the parrot' cage was ........ ........ 1 10 P : .................JI'L JPivroA*..**.............:: 11 W a......... .....
hung. Tri-TVeekly Sailings ........ ........ p ...............Whit City................. 10 M ........ .._..
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........ ........ III p ..................Tlbb aU.................. 1n asp ...... ... ..
But the next day Harry teased Kitty ........ ........ ....................Ed.n................... 1028 ...... ...;..
and by taking away her playthings. Kitty: ........ ........ eo p '" ...................****..n.. .................. 10 18 a ....... .....
was cross and said: You're horrid BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ 00 1 IJ ...................toa".f................ 1014. ....... .....:
Accented+ Masons. "Stop, ....... ...
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F Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .. ........ 15 .*Wst. Palm Bach.*.* .....s" I 1\8 a .......
Then Harry pulled away her new ........ ........ a 42 p .......*.........Boy n ton. ......,...... 883.........

Ii ( picture book and sat on It. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service a.Lauderdale. ............ .

Indian No. 00 "I'll tell mamma" she said. "Mn-or- ........ ........ 10 '0" Ar................... Ml.mt..T.. 1\ 40 a ......
mar," she roared "make Harry stop!" '
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. BUFFET: PARLOR CABS ON TRAINS IS AND 79.
; River / Titusville.LoJJte. "Telltale! Bait Unrry. Then Kitty ,

slapped him so that It hurt and both Direct /bervioe Between R.ANQII LINES 8CHEDTJLE3.Na. '

Floilda. began to cry. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
I Hold Its meetings the Henonil and fourth Fri The [IJu'I'ofllstenl'd: In surprise. Then. 67 Ho. BS No. 83 No.49 Ha.47 FAIiATKA.BBA.NOH. N...4SDally. No. 48 I Na. BO No.84 -til I

+ 1' ,' Uotol day of Tltu each rllle month, !at a 10O': their n'clook room p.,in.Indian River seeing that they hud broken their reuo- (Calling as; Charleston, S. C., both ways) .-Dally. ,, bally. Dally Dan,. I Dally. Daly. 1)1111.HJ ) .

Yy J, R. Walker. Worshipful Ma. ..u>r. lotion he thought he must do the tiame. BBMMVEEKLYfiAIUNOSl C Dally.Tff pill 4* a 9 1 Lv talatk* AArK. r 6 110 a 1 a
i J. L. Carruthera Senior Warden. .. .... ... .. ..... r :. J P IIS C0 6 41 a :. PalatkaLv 1 6 00 a Btt a |III tH p un UH
T.II. for pnrrota. con only Imitate people So Southbound....<. .............. ... .. ..... .... .. .fromLewll wharf, Boston
2J 14. J.M.Dixon Siu.ilern, Trtamiror.F. Junior Wardoa.. Northbound. .... ........... ... .... .... .. ............,from loot of Catherine Street. Jacksonville
he III' o.n to cry out: "Stop! Horridtbing No. BTDaily. No 48Dally. No. /a I floo 9a .
SAW MATIDO BHAJNfOH.
A. Morgan Secretary. .
Iloo-ho-oo! )Ma-ur-inur! D..I.,; Datl1I
ii )!J 11. F. Brown, Chaplain.J. .
1 B. Bcroven Senior Uoaoon. "Want's nil this?" mild momma coming Clyde St. Johns River Line. p p to a v......................... ;act Falatka! ............ ........ .....Ar 5 65 m I i
w R. E. Minn,Jr., Junior Denoon. Up_ _B_80'! a -t:r..... .........._.... ....8an Ma 8. O. VanlandiiiKham. Senior Steward. In. "J) thought,: you promised not to DeBary Line. .
Ii'. M.Taylor,Junior Steward. ( ) No. 17 Ne. 15 No. 20
fiiind'yNe719
quarrel. ItDally. 110.18'
iT f ; ; BRANOII.No. I II
Dally I I MA.YPOHT :
P.W.Huberts, Tyler. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. L'aley. Sund'j 1
The children wore much ashamed. Only On 1". ET Bun Only. DI111I
----- -- They stopped crying nnd made up with Stopping Palatka Aitor, St. Francis all tli,Baresford 8t..li>hu'HHlvor.i (DeLand. ), and intermediate landings 9 2 p 10 06 a P Br a 1 !'............. sir s..nvllle T .0 a H 30 p H1
.. I! 03 p 10) 18.. f.f2 p 49 a' ..........So. Jarkannvtll..f T 87 a 13 12 S U
p
l.v. /a. ilelWi..Y.. YS1a.'RiDLSD.ri' <('fie ouch other.But i STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." !a 49 p 10 45 a p,,8 14... .......... ..... ........._. 'LIJ 7 09 a 11 ro a I t a.
t ...........Atllnt.lo 8eaoh......._. .
g the parrot kept on screaming: TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS 140 P 10 DO a a H p 19 a T 0.) a 11 45 a traly t
19! APPOINTED 100 11 OS a '100 j, (5 a................ .. Marpnrt ....... ....... 8.11" 11 10 a .ao
\ "Horrid! Stop! noo-heo! Jlnr-mur! Horrid Leavt Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville 3 OU p. ia,.. .. .... .... !Sundays' ,Tuenlayi and T3urdaqt.
A f% .... ... .. ..... ...... ..0. .. I a. o. IBx. eo
-11' Stop! Dco-too! Mar-mar! tille'I''bOlly Leave Sanford a. m......... ... .. M nda) Wednesdays and I'rld..y.8outhbolln.l. 1>> BRANCH.Dally, Dt17,
8.Aln'OBD ORANGJIlJ CITY :
4 BBANOE. Cc
tired of him. Northbound. Ki.Pan. El. :
was bearing SCIIII>U LE. .
NunPnn.


4tI NEW YEAR'S But of course, he didn't know any bet eave330p.nl Read down. .. ....... ..... .. .......JACKSONVILLE.... ........ ...............Arrive Head. !lo5 up a.... a v..........' itusvl ............ i? J ijp v........ ..N ew. !mrrna..Ar uodo ;
P. ter.-St. Nicholas. .. 8.4 p. in..... ...... .. ............ ...PAL.ATKA.... .... .... ............... ..Leave HM( p... 18 n L..............)slm...............Lv 1 '\1 n r ,""..........La.....H.I.n..Lv|S )
3.IN) a. in... ..... ......5. ...... ..AS'fOR .......... .............. .... ... 2.30 pju S 88 a Lor.............Oete n............Lv It '> PI 4 a9 p Lv..Ora .ire O.ty..L.1S.( 1 04
'a 4aoa.inArrlve8.30 ........ ............ .. ....ST. FRAS.I'I.!' .1. .... ....... .. .... .. ....... '. 1.00 pan S S3 a Lv..Kntit-prig: *..........LvAr. 1\ $) 4 iSpAr......Orange City June*......L.iJ M
JINGLE Hotter than a Plaster. a' .. ..... ......... ...BEtL: :' YOitDDxLAND) ........ .. ............. 12.00 n'n e aoa ...... .....II"nrnrd..LY!U."" .,. .
;9 + li :| j jHERE A piece of flannel dampened with Cham- a. m.... ... ......... .. ... .....SANMvRD.. .. .. .... .. ............ ......... .. U.30 ".an The.e Tattle show the times at whig1 train nay 1.. expect to arrive and dips
jerlaln's Pain Balm and bound on the at. from the Tai stations but their arrival, or departure at ib* time t4ted I. nol iraitrantci-i'. '
I ..... ......., fected parts is better than a plaster for Sen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. /nor doe.. the Company Gold Itmlt responsible for asy delay or any -.** unae arutaf tawiIrom. ,

4 1 I agalnl And here's a a lame buck and for pains In the side or A.O.HAOKRTY, Ealt'n Pass. Agt.. ...M.IUON MON chest. Pain Balm baa no superior M a 19 State St., New York 204 Went Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla. Penlntqlar. and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.BBTWJBJejf .
greeting liniment! for the relief of deep seated THO8. D. HALEY Local Freight Agent I I O.P. LOVKLL. Amt. 8up.,
To the many I am meeting muscular and rheumatic pains. For sale foot Slogan 8t..Jaokaonville, ria. | Foot.. Slogan rtt., JookHonvllle,Fla. MIAMA, K3KT: WEST' AITO HA.VA1TA
JOHN. ... HOWARD Superintendent, Foot Hogan: Be.,JackionTllle."
( 'Who have manners Jt would certainly by all druggists and medicine dealers. THEO. O. KOKK: General. MauuKer.: WM. f CL.YHK. OO..M neral Agent
i, be well to readjust; Cbeaebrongb Building! l! State St.Oppwjlte! Battery I'1Nk. New Mork.. ,
for information relative to sailing dates of Peninsular & Occidental SteamaliipCompany
'f I The financial scare creator New Year'B Card*. O. 1[. WALTON. Agent, Tltnsvflle, Fla.
And the coal manipulator The custom of visiting and of sending appry to any agent.

And the often mentioned "bold presents and cards on New" Year's
very 1 ,A. D. !RAUNER Assistant. General Passenger Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE Fl!..!.
and overbearing trutt. day is HO ancient that the historian of

t +' r. social I customs! does", not record a time SE. ]B<>.A. I> For copy of Local] Time, Card address any agent I
And the folk who flit the papers when In some form It did not exist .

''t With strange stories of their capers The practice of using rliiltlng curds has I "
AIR LINE RAILWAY. .
R From paying wild election bets to run. been known among the Chinese for

g ki, y -* sing cff with cah; thousands of years The Cb I IK-HP New"

v And the bore;, who comes and gayly Veur's curd la n furloxlty to the occi -FOR- SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

Leaves the door wide open daily- dental for Its mystic! characters set

I h May they formulcta: \ resolves too forth not,only the name, but all the. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA ,CAMDIO: BOUTIIEKN.: PINES RICHMOND .

strong for anything to smash titles: of the owner and ns every WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, '

Chlnuuian who Is anybody all has a
,
EFFECTIVE! OCT. 1 1DOw
dozen or two. the card assumes the Two Elegant Trains Dally ,

r TViT f \ ) form and something of the dimensions Seaboard. Express No. 84 >o. I Xl ... D
of wall -I'lttslnifK Chronicle. '
t a ninp.- NORTHEAST: Rmate.Lv. Dally D-II&h NORTHWEST. Route |I'l Daily&. .

Seaboard Mail. JarksonTilW. Southern Ry '9 oo a. 66 Lv. .xavKHonvillvtSuwtliernRy.... .. -01/11/ I ILv.
Savannah Southern. Ky 1 16 p. 12 00.at LV.Jeaup, Southern Ky.. .... ij lit 0I/I1/
iL iLll .v. rnarlntta: ,' flu,, lWrn KyK.v 060 p.. 10 IIIi a, Ar.l\laoon. SourhernRy ., ., I 3 WAr
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Danvtlle. Southern 12/17/ a, I 40>p. Ar. Flovllla, 8<,.thern Ry.. ,,, .. I 3Ci
5 Yu Ir.-Richmond.Lr Southern ty T a.: T43p: Ar.Atlanta .Southern R. ..... .. i: un>
y ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through\ Sleepers from Jacksonville. to r:=-T- -. Rockinart 8..thern .. .. .. I, 8SS!
... -ahburN----
"" a. 4 or p. Ar. Rome, r+auhernny.: ,. .. I I I33 1
F.y New Orleans. Ar. <'narlotuvllle, Southern fly 489 a. 5 BO IK Ar. Datum Southern Ky .. t,.. ,1 S.: .
Ar.W..l\lnpton. Rontbpm' 7 40 a. 9 30
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) p. 11015A.
.. alth..._, V. K. R.. ... 9 K> Chattanooga', lth..rnny..1
< a. 11 33.p.a Chattanooga (tlueen, iSi( C'reacent.. ,'!1(100)
a ;For' full Information and sleeper reservation call on any Agent Ar. Philadelphia P. It. R.. "', tl 11 a. iw .. Ar.Oakilale. bfueen A Crescent. I''1J09Jf I
rl Ar. WBW Tack. P.JB. R.. a: On p. 6 so a. Ar.8ome..et. Queen A Crescent. i, .I f
Seaboard or write / Ar. Huruln!': queen A CraHCeni.... l 430a I
No.M :New Y..rk and Florida Kipresn.. Rally Ar.Lexington!': queen oSI Crescent. HiH I
A. O. MAcDONELL, Atfct. Gen. Pass. A/(t. Jacksonville, Florida. Pullman uleoplnic, oar*. Port Tampa and Jkefc- Ar.Cincinnati, queen ja Crescent. ., 7 .30 I

iiIi"l .unyllleto New V uric. Dining can. Lv.Clnninnatl,-Blir Four Rout*..,, 30 I ITW '
Big Four Haute.,_.
No. 30. WaRhlnfftiw, Richmond and FlortelaAr.Chlcagn. \. Pnnn. Linen. ... 83111.
II 4Don't Lhaitstviafleltm"ad. Dative PullmanSleeP Ar. Linen. .... _.. : SlIng .
SPECI27L:: L<>w ::JR.A. 'rES.TO Can Jaekaonwifle, to New York. 9luing Chicago lenn.' ___
Can. LvCinuInlnnutt,. 0. H.&D.-Mom n. eSI I
(A r.Chicago. O. H.&D.-I\IonlJO.... l I ; 23_
t.v. rinclnnatliAr. C. H..t ).-Ml"'b.c."n.: i[ 0 ;
CALIFORNIA, COLORADO UTAH OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANA TO CINCINNATI VllKOUOH THE LARD OF C. H >@I .-M!( .< ent 5 10
L't.\
THE 8KY. Ar. : C.: it4: D.-Miekal'ent I : 45t .

'- and the NORTHWEST; Lv, I....xliic'| <>nt. Mouthwrn Ry..... 5 30l '
NOR'1iHOUND. ROUTE. ;II Ilto 30. Ar. Txiuiavlllft,. Son thorn Ry.,.... I 0161: I
VIA WASTEUN, ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE C1IATTANOOUA L...''acklOnyill-;; Otbi mn Rr... I TIM p Lv. Louliivtllwt, Houthnrn lt'.... ... 1 0161Lv.
Ar St. Louis, Southern ....... 3!
\ SaTannah Southern Hy ... 19 SO a Ity. j ;
". and ST.: LOUIS Rf. Lr. Columbia, Southern lly.? .... TOO a 1\0. II,"Til* Wlda tlinneil> Daily. """'
Asheville, SouthernRy..r. .. 1 BOp trainofvaetlnnlecoachesandfidlmansleepisAr. | ,
k; Dixie Flyer Route Hot Springs Southern Hy....... :t 8'11' can Jacknonville to Cincinnati.
.
'i Cincinnati. Queen* Creee nt.. I D 15/ a H. C. HUNT.Oty Passenger and, TI..k.AjIOnt
Cltv llfrfcet I Offlw, log W Say t4rrret. ,
and October No. 31) Pullman drawing-room. .1 leeuiur ears H.F. CAiL".l>t.t riot "" ...e jl.c Af During September 100J.: Jacksonville Cfnoluu. tl Via.
l Jaokaonvllle, __

} r For descriptive matter, rates; schedule etc., write to, or call on ,
C. II. ACKAUT, Oen. Mgr. S. II. HAItDWICK. G. P. A.
"I WALKER Florida
E. J. Passenger Agent,

a forget the old man 213: West Day. Street Jacksonville, Fla, Washington, D OW.

with the fish on his back. C. E. HA.RMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager. II. ';TAYLOE A 0 P A, Atlanta, G*.


., tr '.' TUB LATH or GOOD BESOIiCTIONS. For nearly thirty years he Atlanta Ga. Nanhville, Tenn. ,

Happy New Year to the charmer has been traveling around the 1 ::11

(May no chance occur to harm her) world and is still traveling, ffD "tT 'P '>1'heytemporarlly, i

na t, Who jilted tured the by the admirers score, .he had cap bringing health and comfort Atlantic Coast. Line R'y. ake I ell S: by cure constipation gitatlngtlM_ ,

And the girl who'wakes creation wherever he goes. bowels;but regular action cannot be secured until the liver l

"' With her weird vocalization! To the consumptive he I secretes enough bile to make: the Int stlnes. I

Let us hope they'll both endeavor not I execute their natural functions. U Unnatural ;:
brings the strength and flesh Car Line from Florida.-Connections; 1.
to do so any more. The Great Through agitation caused by cathartics!, H
i "needs. continual and Increasing doses to
he so much TA the East Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington I attain the results. '
i There's an old unique offender To all weak and sickly 1U ; thence via Pennsylvania R. R. n .
(One Is tempted to be tender; comPCII.I" :
4 children he gives rich and The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery.
'spa But alas. more than the others does To the West .
The Mobile A:: Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. the
o' h. need to mend his way- strengthening food. on I
Via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean) S S Co., for New York, Chills
t4 r He who. penitential spasm To thin and pale To the East liver; cures I
personshe ( Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York, of j
J'A 1, Warm. with sad enthusiasm.And gives new firm flesh and Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants '.. e and Fever and very form
who'll break tomorrow every
4 gayly Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore! and Philadelphia Malarial Bilious, Remlttlne and Inter !

f vow; he made today.Waehlngton. Star. rich red blood. To Key West and Havana, via Peninsular Occidental Steamship Company.1.1oaKo mining Fevers,and, by going to the scat of the. !
I Children who first the
y; saw trouble, works permanent cure. ?

old man with the fish are now' TJ.olJC.o-to.: ; FIFTY BOTTtB'B. !'. /
CENTS PER
I ;&, TN Care of Earth Road.. and have. children Interchangeable mileage tickets, good over 13,000 ratios of among the principal
Earth road. should be repaired particularly grown up
railroad in the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents.
It. WILSON &
SON1.
k In the spring and fall of the or their own.

$$1 if year but the mistake of letting them He stands for Scott's Emul- Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied -
take of themselves during the
care
with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
balance of the should not be sion of cod liver oil-a
pure
;year Through Pullman Sleeper, \>ort Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line; WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE
made. The greatest need of the come food 'and natural
delightful a
also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Hallway.For \VORTvtS !
mop road In this country Is dally or tunic for children, for old folks Information aa to rates, sleeping ear reservation, etc., call on or write to { '
A road receiving dally
y weekly care. _
>w attention will require no extensive repaint and for all who need flesh and FRANK ,d. BOYLSTON, W. D. STARK,

st i and Instead of becoming worse strength.SCOTT. 138 West Commercial Bay St.,Agent Astor Balldln JACKSONVILLE Trar, P.FLA.... Agent. For 20 i Years Has> U d nH; t+T l'71iIUa1; ; 1ES.Oxa ( y

will gradually Improve. It is minute U--.A.2' L r TL 4.ZC3Iro.I3 _. !
Ir1 #
Pass.
Oen'l.
1 J. Agent.
A BOWNE, Chemists, H. H. EMERSON: Trafflo Manager; CKAIO terpr..ibl Loulgt. .
and frequent treatmenttbM .t ., 1YIr F. No.
homeopathic BAL.LAR9r
road 4O9-4I5 P.arl 8tr*.t. Nw York. WILMINGTON: N. C. ....w..n..ewwrrwwvrv.n.ww....
the earth needs. BOo. anti: 1.001 all druaalst.


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TITUSVJIXE.
The> Pmrtln' o' the Wye. only comment.

An( auld fisher's blath rln ] There were fifty secret service men JENSEN.
LA RI" 7 = 230TF.: Zr, Gangln1 auld :year? Aweel. :ve'';toddled und local detectives In the crowd. Some
far .
ON-TIIE-INDIAN-RIVER. Wl' fu' aulr load. had places in the line, some stood near AL FRESCO HOTEL JENSEN, FLA.

"' Sin we're auld fr&.n'.. I'll mak lae bold togas the president and some mingled wIth Center of I'lneapple Bolt.
T1TUSVILLE I the crowds in the lobby and on the ",... UNDER NEW MA.. AGE EYT. -W

A bit o. yer: road. ponVo.! Every person not known to The prettiest location on Indian River Large beautiful grounds. Near

FLORIDA. Te maun be sad; wha' hue :y. got to show tlfe detectives was closely watched. It the Ocean Fine Fishing'' and Hunting. Terms reasonable Letters and
.0' a' this gear there was any suspicion detective or Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention.

r That low.:ve"hae pothered .wl'. high tide an' secret service man stl'olleo.llliong opposite JOHN 8. PARK, Owner and Proprietor.

Come laugh or tear? the person' watched until the exit

J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Nor moo nor maid can haud :ye tree :VIrw'y was The reached.president dUI not know how WEST< l"ALlIn<:Acn

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Ye've many men guarded him and once or
aye stilt neck;
Te ask't no fauvor an ye tak nu pl'y; twice lie smiled a little when he ex.

DUCK SHOOTING. Ye' haud the deck. tended his hand for the second or third> The Palms WEST PALM BKACH< FLA.

time to the same detective who, for
Tar ulna block
are ; :ya've wasted aa mon'i ,
,. '.. strength, some reason of his owu, came by in the
n a 't and FISHING Uulth laird on' loon; line. A large, home-like hotel, well appointed and beautifully located giving the
i 1 1I When we like Jobs hao brak our peace at "That's four times." be whispered! to comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKE:

'' Rates: *2 CO per day. length Yera drove fraa town. Chief Wllkle shaking him vIgorously); WORTH, opposite the Folnclana Hotel. White waitresses Ele trlo
by the hand and wishing him a "Hapt Bells Good Fishing 1 Hunting and JJoatlnjt. RateJ., $260 and $::1 per''
day. Special! rates by the week. TILE PALMS West Palm Beach
Yet I'll no eay but while ya mad' us glelO New Year." !
,, $10 and >12 per week! The fire aroun'. >y
The looked the athlete his
president
An' Imirtuoma
mony a Joyfu' laugh wa'vi
-- held us he stood at the head of the recelvlug -

JACKSONVILLE. When nlcht com' down. line. He grasped each visitor' ,The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH,

Od by baud tlrwly and said Hoaiethlng pleas FLORIDA.
ouns guda ; no dout :ye did yci ,
WINDSOR HOTEL beet ant to everybody Colonel Itlnglmn
Were a' but frail.A made the introduction whenever Intro. W. C En 8'1" ManagerOn ( / .
braw chiefs comln'j: tak :yer time an'reat
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST: AND FLORID'A'SI4AROEST ; ductlons were necessary Lake Worth opposite Postoffloe and business houses. Large verandas
AND BEST YEAR-ROUND "I am delighted to see you" was tinpresident's
HOTEL. To him. A' Hall! Strictly first-class. Rates *2 per'fI1\1. Special by the week
-M. IL Ray.e. ... favorite expression.: 1
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hope the new year will prove a happy;
one to you." PALM IIKAC1I. '
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1w .tlP Ot. I.we. He varied this of course with per .
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soiial friends.!! Toward the last the< .

THE -- I ushers pushed the visitors' along so '
Hotel
1. oP tepidly that he hud little time to say; Palm Beach

anything and mostly contented himself ,

PRESYDENT'SpNEW ) with shutting! hands.!: -New York World

r i* THE NEW: MODERATE RATE HOTEL. {
Cures/ Blood and |8kln UlsemlcH.

{ YEAR'S"AlL j Itching Humor Eczema, I Acooininodfvtett fiOO. Located on Palm Beach

Scrofula, Ktc.;: f proper, between the Ocean and Lake Worth.

.... ....... ..... ... Within a minute's walk of the Palm Beach Railway -
Send no money-simply wilto and try;
Bo to n io Blood Balm at our expense. A Station and HOYl1ll'olncll1nlGardenR.. Rates,
to the chief who" In triumph personal Dial of Blood Balm Is better $3.00 per day and upward Suites with private

advances! crashedthe than thousand printed testimonials so 7; baths extra. Booklet and weekly rates on appli
rod coated Marine bund don't hesitate to write for a free sample "
cation. December 20th.
and the blue coated Engineer If you suffer from ulcers. eczema,scrofula ;:i. Open

Corps band In the lobby of the White blood poison cancer eating sores, -+ i.uetsrxarwnt- W. II. ORMRS Manager.
House at 11 o'clock New Year's morning telling skin, pimple, bole, bone pains, !,
iwelllngs, rheumatism catarrh or tiny; II. STANLEY STEVENS Owner.

DODGE & CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. "Here they come!" whispered the blood or skin disease we advlHe you titake --- -- --- --
Balm I n. lJ, B. .
liotanlo Blood ( )
huadrt'tl'! people who stood behind, the obstinate THE HIBISCUS PALM BEACH FLA.
]Especially recommended lor old. : UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. '
gilt gates.
deep seated cases of mallgnnn
Down the broad stairs came Colonel blood or skin diseases, because Botanli Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and r.l1ke'Vorth. Excellent

DDYAL I D HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Theodore Bingham of the army Captain Blood Balm ( B.: B. U.) kills the poison lithe Table. Courteous Service. ,Home Comfoits. Halts, $-!.."x) per day and up-
Edward McCauley Jr., of the marine blood cures where all else(I II",heal" waids. First-Chum Rontauiant attached to hotel.A. .
corps and Lieutenant Commander every sore, makes the blood pure and W. FRITSCH, Proprietor.

James. O. Oillmore of the navy stitBy rloh. gives the skin the rich glow of .-.- .----. -..-- -- ---- -.--.. ---" .. -- ---
and heal tho B. B. B., the most perfect blood '
erect in 'dress uniforms crossed MIAMI.
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- purifier made Thoroughly tested for 81rears.
I crisscrossed with gold braid. Costs $1 per largo bottle at tirufitoies.

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally' conducted. :. Close behind came the chief the To prove It cures sample at: Formeily Palm Cottage.
bands hailed noisily Theodore Balm
,)**';+ > so Hood Balm sent by wilting Blood The Palm Hotel
Rates *" Roosevelt, president of the United Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and :MIAMI, FLA. ,
2.50 pet day and up. I States clnd in sober black red cheeked free medical advice sent In sealed letter ,

as a schoolgirl on a frosty morning QyTuls Is an honest otTer-medicIne Z
Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements large airy rooms/newly
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. dancing with enjoyment and lips out at once, pl'epnld.GENERAL and
Rate J
yes furnished with broad breezy vernndas. Cuisine the very best :$
parted with a smile. lIe was followed J.60; per,day. Special per week. GUS. A. MULLER: Proprietor.

by his pretty wife by the members of DIRECTORY. --- -- -, - --..- -
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WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets.I the: cabinet and by the ladles of the receiving KKY W ST.

JACKSONVILLE FLA. party. ,U. 8. LAW OFFICE.
| There was a crescendo by the bands n. B. {,rhnbb... ........ ............. ....n irl.tor,
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- and a flurry of' handclapplng by the W. U. HohliiBon.... .. .. ... ..Florida.. ......Receiver.
OMIoes at Oaineavllle
people who had been let in early and The JeffersonJKEY WEST, FLA.,

ed this season., Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water then, the president! and the receiving J.1>.r.illnferro U...H....SENATORS.... .... .... ...Jiw-Vnnnvlll. *. ,
went Into the blue room and 1'1.' It': Mallory... .. ... ... .. ..... ... .1'oniinonla
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All party .
:
formed In line, and the historic New U. 8. CONClnEHSVEX.tobertW. JAS. P. V1NINO, Manager.;
Davis....,. .., ...... .... ..I'ulfttkn
street oars past the door. Rates $2.00) to $2.fiO per day. ITcnr's reception when all the clllcialsif : a. '1. Hparkuiun. ?... .... .... .. ... "'" .. Tampa Stopover allowed on all havens tickets via! P. A O. $. 8, CJo. 1
the government all the officers of _
Mrs. A. J. W WALKER Proprietor. FLORIDA LKOISr.ATURK _-
the: army and of the navy present in It. N.I'lmlok.l'ahn Henrh.. ... ....., .Bonator r (
the: city and citizens generally come to K. n. Kaulemun Kurt Pleroe..Itepreaeutanve. ISLAND CITY HOTEL KKY WEST" FLORIDA.

Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE greet the president hud begun EXECUTIVE!: DEPARTMENT. ,
SEW VICTORIA HOTEL Pennsylvania avenue was' crowded Vm. B. .'enr lupin, ... ..... .. ..Ooveinor
FLA. H. Clnv Crawfnnl ...... .. ....Suoretary of IUate. W. J. PALMER MANAGER.
from the treasury corner to the state .James' 11. WliitU,.Id.... .. .. ..... ... Tremurer,.
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates 2.00 and'$2.80 war and navy building. Carriages Wilt. II fjiiimr.... ...... Attorn ,.( naral. New Modern. Ftrst-olims. 'Bus meets all Steamers. Rates, tll.OO: poi d0.1.and ,
per rolled up by the hundred<< and left In W. N.Hli..nt.., ... .. ...Biipt. Fulillo IimtruotlunI. .. upwards-Commerola1l'leclal.':! )

day. European plan; rooms, 50 oents to $1.00() each person. the lines their occupants, sometimes "I. K. M.Lin.Cuullulsduaer. C. ('room...., .,,, ..... ....{AKiliiulturelnii7i 'una,.trollr. .___ __ --T -- --- ----"

R. BIXLER Proprietor.SEAUKEI3ZI2. IpIamatB, sometimes members of con- oho.riliriinl llra'tford It. rmter... .,..................AdJlltaot-f'leo.ral..8urv..jorlener! l. 8T. PELT nSUUn
rcss, sometimes distinguished officials R. K. ... HUM ClieialutOlllres .
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at Tallahassee. Florida.Si'PREME .
;: sometimes soldiers or sailors. ST. .
In the number were the assistant !: COURT JUDGES THE BELMONT PETER dtNoFLA.
of the executive depart- M. H. Mibry........... .. ....Chief Jiintlc : 10th.
secretaries lI'. K. farter... .. .. ... ... .. .A.clat5Juutiue. On the west shore Tampa Hay. The most healthful winter resort city In the
tents-four from the poutoince department .K.Taylor: ... .... .... ....... perfect drainage spacious piazza, room.
State. On high ground, water
pure
The NOW OPEN.SEABREEZE 'three from the treasury and RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS! large sod newly furnished, papered and painted Rates, tJ perch?; fSOOto $15.00!

Colonnades those from the other big buildings It, E. Pity rhlrman........ .......Oalnnnvllln week. W. II. TIl'PETTS: Proprietor.WA8IIINGTON. .
(Daytona) FLA the business is .'. I.. Morgan. .. .., .. .... .. .... .... .Junper per .
where government's J. M. llryan.. .. .. .. .... ....Klniilniiuoohn ---.-..----- --- .... ---- -- .. .. -
carried on. They went In after the L. Neuley,Jr., clerk' Arriui la.
SPECIAL RATES UNTIL JANUARY 15TH. army and navy. At 2:3O: o'clock there llea. quarters and otrlre at Tallahassee, Fla. .

CIRCUIT COUKT. .

FOR RATES BOOKLETS ETC.;, ADDRESS: 1 A Minor B. Jones, Titunr Hie,......,Circuit Jndgs..r. BUCKET BUFFET .
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THE ,
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.. D. nmnm, Orlando '.1'rrxmontlnir Attorney.Sprtng ,
/ Tenn-Fourth Monday In April.
CIIAS. A. CREIGHTON, Manager. Fall form-Fourth Monday In Novninlwr.JIUEVAUD .
210 Sixth .WASHINGTON, D. C.,
CObOTY Ct.UMT

PALMER & SHAKES, Proprietor.KOCKLKDOE.. < A, n. )'.mne,.. ..... ... .... Cnnnty Jnilfta Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar house* Washington,
amen E. Andrew, ... ,1'r",, cutllI" Att.ru..v.
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-- ---- --- .v h ;{1 A. A.spring' Hrawnrt Term-Senoud, .. ,.. .,,, Mommy In County May Clerk All of the bust biands In stock and the prices an low as any house In the city.

Knniiiier Term--Hiifnnd Mummy In Annum Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 210 Sixth Street
Pull Term-Hooond Mnnduy In Nov.'n".r.
Winter Teriu-'Haconil Monday In February. facing the National Hotel and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station.!

Hotel Indian River R.L K. Mince COUNTY,anp.rlntenAent.Ronaventn.e.' | SCHOOL BOARD JOHN E. BUCKET) Proprietor 2KI Sixth Street, WASHINGTON, D. 0.NKVV .
ROCKLEDGE FLA.
MemlMin J M, Dlxon rbnlrnmn TIt"1" | .
R. N.Andrew, Cocoa; O 1*. 1'Uttn, Port IMerre. ... '_ .u _" -

.- COUNTY COMJlI1 I'IIONER8.' YORK
AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TH .1. R. Walker chairman, Tltun..ll!..| John It.
Mint, Indlanolai K. A. Conkllnz, Tlllman' )John
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER. C. Jail..., WiMMlleyjJ. Frank Hull Whim City
MRilon*are held Hrit Monday eaubloutn.
tannlar
THE HOME OF TAE ORANGE. Hotel Marlborough '

\ LARGEST AND BEST, LOCATED,, UQTEL HERE. I.,av iiii IIS.l REV ARD COUNTY OrriCEIU. ..
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County
A.D.VonneyTltnuvlllet Judire!
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 500 GUESTS. .J..... E. Andrew, Tit"..'lie,j., .. .... Pnia Attr. Broadway, :'KJth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
A.A,Stewart Tltniiillla, .. ,. ....County Clark, with electrlo Hants.. Conducted -
BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDE. J. F. Woolen Coo.. ,.... .. .. ....Tax Assessor.E.w,11411.Tltuevlle .> 400 Rooms 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely
tE ....... .. .. .Tajt Collector. American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal
25 NEW; PQRCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. STEAM HEAT. 11'. H. Boye,TltnsvIlls,.. .:, ......Traainror on
R.[ E. Mlum, Hunavcntur.. ... 8upt. I'ub. Imt supervision of the owner.
J ELECTRIC LIOHTS/ELEVATORELAUNCHES. ORCHESTRA, .J.'. O P.. Frlm. Ti.usville.County. Satrveyrw.T.J. Hh..rHf.. E. g. CROWEJ.J. Manager.

EXCELLENT: BOATING FISHING AND HUNTING.' .Coo4hnttaLaGrange..Ref iatratlon Oriloer,.


'f. HAMMOUT A CO., proP letora. A. L.. MARSH, Manager. O. A,TITCBVILtK fro.t.mayor;TOWN Van Worley COUNCIL marshal and. Yendome Broadway and 41st Street:! ,
I Hotel
/ collator. R. E.: )In.I.. Jr., clerk Walker
/ ore : John Henry, tax a.MMinri. .1. It. ,, NEW YORK CITY.
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//J r. A, Morgan, L. A. Hrady, P.J. Hall mil J, L. ,
New Hotel ROCKLEDGE, FLA.INDIAN (arrut'iern.' run nedmen month.The council meetsprnTuesdayln.aeh FIREPJIOOK. 300 rooms single! and en suite, with private baths and toilet!

I. Rockledge .e TITC'SVILtK BOARD or TRADE. rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms .IMO} Urge rooms Ui; and with
RIVER. .. and upwards. The management U tinder the per -
O. >1. Rnblilnn' iireiililiint; .,. M. Dlxnn, tre. private bulb $130 per day
.
, situated In midst of full bearing orange grove; Verlookt Indian Illver. .lIda'rar.J.ulht O.; least In each Mirretary.month Meets their Kimmd rnornii.FREE .Wed sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK ORUE.V. Manager i

Unexcelled hunting and fishing. CallI no" Billiards and.Bowling. Livery.! AND ACCEITED MAPONH.' : -- ------ .

SteaD Heat, and many suites with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by ur t- Indian River T.KlK*, Nn.00.) hold ltd meetings

class orchestra. Rates, 3.00 per day and upward. Special weekly. rates until' the mtmthSttheir voHiil and fourth lodge room Friday IndianRiver ev..nlnn of hotel each THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

,January 20th. "1 All VELiaimCD: TO 8KB YOu." aa 7d o'"l",ck p. ro. J, It. Walker W. M.,
r.A.Morgan,8uC',.
office.
H. R. SHARES:: Proprietor. was a suggestion that the doors be ORDER Of EASTERN BTAU All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above

alUmer Hotel: New' Weirs, Lake WInnlpesaultee, N. H. lowed. The president shook his. bead Frlemlnblp Chapter, No. Ilrholda Its meetings' LETTERHEADS NOTEHEADS ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS SHIPPING
._ vigorously and said: In the Vaaonle Lodge! MOm Tltnurllle, oil llwnt
and
expeditiously
--- Let persona Tuft-lay In nai-R month ataiaooolm.p..fn.j TAGS!:!, CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply
"Keep: nobody oat. every "nd the tblrd Tnimlay In each month at 7:3'J -
IslancL ,..lIowlnl.re the officer atha .
MEKKITT Merritts << line come In. n'clock p in. The -- '

-_ r It was nearly 3 o'clock when the last I'...lodge B. U.:Wilson Mr"*.11.-wwrtbjr M., Robfiln patron' worthy; Mr.matron. M. 1(,I ADVOCATE and get all the

TIlE WIG'V A 11 ;.HUNTING LODGE. Winter Re ort. person went by. a tiny boy.who who received clung tre.r..rer VUaon, aMoclate; 111.... R.matron C. Bcrliniceonr.; Mr. V. A.secretary Morgan,; Subscribe for the
and
> On Indian River, Merritt, Fla. to his father's band Miss Kate Stewart condnctiena; Mr Jotn A.

I'lni how Open Accommodation for to dolt.. Sun Parlor, BaHlard, Pool and a 1 smile** and a hearty president"Happy Then New the bit finch.rA.lahMm..as; oolatecondoctrea J. H. Walker Ruth Mr..; O.)1"'W.Hcw. F. A, News of the East Coast every week.: (
Cabin on tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 850 foot of docka. fear! from the th"rMr..J.; Bch l ytMISS Martha:
par boat catbost for or ll l'ie. Hunting and fishing finest on the Coast. Write and -aoodrup. took a long M.... T. T. Wetmore, ) ZaodUilI..warc. t
win meet you at Cocoa, free. E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor. breath and said That was his ,elect


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Ii 1 To Hotel Proprietors, MODd OPTICAL PARLORS. MARRIED-. COCOA. Robbins & Graham Co.tucorporaled. .

To Commission Merchants, NEW YEAR PRESENTS
Th Fin OiHoe of Dr. E.! H. Armstrong, On the 22nd: day of December, 1002> at I .

To Storekeepers:and others.... ato Jiu-knon villa. Cocoa Fla., Mr. Edgar Eugene Grimes, ( )
oi Daytona, and Mrs. Annie Harrison PAID UP CAPITAL $35,000.00.Thisaompany .
results Ono of the most complete es'abllsbments married at the roHl
If you want to get good Jarvls were quietly
.. of the clans In the South, and cortainly dence of the bride, and proceeded tbe owns
advertise la the eEAf' tanking first In Florida is that of same day to Winston, N. C., where they : -
: S.
Doctor of 11Lanra I :tT;: :c ,
I E. II. Armstrong, Optics, to visit tbe mother of tbe groom.: ..a .
go nice New year Present
COAST ADVOCATE street, Jacksonville. The best place to get a is
and scientific Tbe wedding wan very quiet one, only in the Indian River Country; On the St. 0
various
The
testing rooms
a few relatives being present and two Store where
Mandaville's Jewelry you can
form to who River and on Bay at O. L.
apparatus a/uvelatlon one Lucie River at New
TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FLORIDA select friends of the bride and !groom. ;

The VOCATK circulates extcnulvo-' tbe has recent' kept advances In the closest made in touch the optical with Promptly monies were at 11 performed iM: a. m., the Judge nuptial A.cere-D. Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. find a large assortment to select from!,.Including floe

ly throughout the orange, lemon, pine. science. The day Is evidently paused for Penney, of Titusvllle, having the honor Send for Land List. Gents' and Ladles' Watches and Chains, Rings, Cuff
and fish Recllonsof lol'ldKolngto work In the of
fitting
apple haphazard guess ;
to tie the Gordion kuot. Fla.
every postoftlce between. Jacksonville glasses to the eye, and now the skilled The bride was handsomely attired find Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Buttons and Brooches; a fine ]line of Sterling Silver
and Key West, at well as Into every state speoUllttt:, with" all the aides of modern
looked
than her friends had
Is known the rink each Individual prettier ever and Ebony Novelties, and the best line In town In
In the Union. It as Invention carefully diagnoses \-
her she I her troth the ,
seen as *edged to ,
Paper The of East Flodlda Coast."of Florida has some of case, and affords that relief whichDR. handsome gentleman who led her tohymen's East Coast Meat Market Gentlemen's and Ladles' Toilet Sets, In Ebony and
alter. The dressedIn
groom was
I the finest hotels in hotel the United is overflowing Slate, the conventional black, and never ap- G-. F. DUREN, Agent. Sterling Silver. Everything at reasonable prices.
and nearly every peared to better advantage( than when he
tourists the winter. NOW .t=:: mail orders. Satisfactlon
i with during assumed the solemn obligations of mar- .r Special attention given to -
TO ADVERTISE.J: co :
IS YOUR TIME y
ud and yoU riage. r: .. Guaranteed.i, Correspondence Solicited.
Hive the ADVOCATE pour ]
The bride Is well and favorable knownall -
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will not regret; It. Our office Is a kind of .
along the East Coast, and can boast of pa
f Bureau of Information. For rates, etc., o
} hundreds of friends who wish, her all the Via, wI
I address, happiness this life can bring. 1:=
i Advertising Manager, TUB ADVOCATE, The groom; Is traveljng salesman for : Jeweler and
Titusville, Irlat Doty, Btowe Co., of' Jacksonville, and ,-I: ; G. L. MANDAYILLE, Optician.
is one of the most popular young men Itb

who has ever visited this part of the en TITUSVILLE, .. .. FI.ORW.E. .\, '
; country. JIlt has the rate facility of _. 1 U2- .
rceloW making friends wherever be goes, and It i:7 C'G 1va -
Is the earnest wish of his many admirers 1 p:

: JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, J that he will continue, to make his headquarters TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. L. :ee.C: : d<:, :seO.,
among those of us who have
: 41 West Bay Stiect, learned to esteem him highly for his line -DEALERS IN- --

i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. social qualities GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT
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-1 1t The AnvOCATE extends Its congratulations ,
i}. Largest stock In this section of country. to the happy couple, and wishes I We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE!
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t. Established in 18U8. for them a long and unbroken period of ,ales q We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cons

Send for descriptive. catalogue. connubial bliss. Mr.-and Mrs. Grimes era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station,
/.. will probably return to Cocoa about the p., E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITU8VIM.K:, }'LA,
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first. of January. ,,

r ...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,. A FAITHLESS LA'WYER. S l ,

.: S. W. CARROLLDea1er

Brewing I Asso's.Famous Accepted n Retnlnlntt 11'.... and Then &zi- ,
K. IT ARMSTRONG. rinj-etl 17In Client Knlae. .In-

f. Ht. Louis Keg and 0.' has In the pant been unavailingly: sought.Dr. A lawyer tells how ho once played a GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND YEGETABH
Armstrong him had over ten :years client\ false. "I shall: have to male a ,
tIed Boar. experience, and la well, entitled to the lawyer out of that! boy> of uilue. I Crockery, Glass and Tinware. .. Sour Patronage Solicited

Sold by Metsn.F.A.Lousy and success he hits earned and the reputation don't are any other way cut of it," dechired -r-- .. FLORIDA.

fi K. L.:\totlow,TI vllleB'l he enjoys among those who have consult the well known attorney with a .. TITUSVILLE- --.T. .
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ed him. lIe has his lens ---
own grinding
+ By Mr. R. L. Motlow,Coooa,Fla. laugh. "He c-iuue Into my oiiK-e on his
plant and every valuable device for proper way bourn from school nrulla1111 nickel INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
testing/ of the eye. There are really If Yonr House Goes up in Smoke
ZAPF down '
JOSEPH few more later sting sllhtlilo Jacksonville on the desk before me. \"hlltIII ,
this for, sun?' I tmkod. 'Retainer/ TITUaVILLE, FLA.Is .
than his offiaei. This In a fact very and you loose everything
Sole Agent. easily demonstrated on your next visit. answered aobet'ly. 'Vpry well: said 1. It Is your own fault. prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special atten
:! There is no ch.irgu", made for the examInation entering Into tie Joke. 'What have I PJ.r hris'urik.naa.sufiieient : : paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto. '

I \ 010 to 020 West Bay Street, and testing of the eye and this been I'ltulm'll11I0:1: ?' My boy dug down to cover the value of the prop- T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.TITUSTTICaL .

i 1i ezarofnatlon: Is thoroughly profemilonal Into his pocket and produced a note and household effects should be car- ..
erty -- -
JACKSONVILLE FLA. and up to date. Dr. Armstrong has Issued .- from his teacher and placed It beforeme
ried. ltatesarenothigh. Thecompanieswe
several Interesting pamphlets on the ; I : : LrvEJE1.:: : STIJ]
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I without comment. It WHS to the represent are solvent, reliable and lib-
and Its which would doubtlessbe '
eye care, effect that he had been 'cutting up' and eral. Claims are promptly adjusted. ..A"I
:B. L. MOTLO'VV'. lent ou application.
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:. advised Don't to take out a policy.
n whipping. 'Now, what would neglect
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FEED AND SALE tf WMjpjJjWS t, ;SADDLE HORSJ
you advise? asked he in a businesslikevoice SCHTJYLER & 3KANNING,

I II I STRANDED. after I had rend the note and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ...STABLES... \ l K IH BRA BUGGIEs
saw the trap that young rascal led me /
Invited.A .
fe Correspondence
E [Written for the ddcoeate.1 Into. 'I think that our first move should BAGGAGE P E'Bf' SURREY '
be to apply for n change of venue/ i s.
Respectfully dedicated to one of the said I. 'Very well,' lie answered. Fine PJace For Sale, TRANSFER, S3 1 | H W and TURNOUTS
crew of a vessel that was wrecked off the |
t Florida coast nine in one of 'You're handling the case.' 'Then we BIB iaSi .
years ago, kinds..
our West India hurricanes. 'will turn the note over'to' your mother,* 200 feet on Indian River, and running IIAULIXG, ETC. SS-j ..all

said 1. I saw the young Imp's face fall hack 300ft.( to county road; a lot adjoining -
., The god: { of the storm walked abroad, nt this, but be braced up and said 138ft.; rivet fiont. running back J. M. OSBAN & BRO.

I And swept i the billows' crest; 'S('(> lu re, pun, you're bound to see me 140fi ; on a bluff, 2<>ft. above the river, TJT.U.SVn.I..JBILCk. : of Grand View hotel. F1LORII
A mighty host of terror which is salt water, and three miles
through oil this 'cuust you've accepted
In beauty drest.
majestic wide at this plnce.IlbiiNe .

, t, A As ituidy ever ship braved( nnd the gallant tempest's crew blast your uiy retainer case t.;fort, you the Know court.!* I'I'll answered argue painted and of six in good rooms repair, has; been 25ft. from kept THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.

Were triiggliti; in the maelstrom but you'll have to accept the decision. river bank, commanding a'beauti f ul view

As the howling gale rushed past. I would not Unre to attempt to Influence of Indian Hlv i ; stairs lead down to ,
the court: Yell I pleaded lIP the river, and a dock built out Into the WHOLESALE FRUIT, PRODUCEv& POULTRY MERCH'ANT
i Tim pale whiteface of Southern. moon boy's cnse. promptly had It thrown out water to accommodate am'ill boats. A

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers Shot gleam; of fitful light; of court, and the boy got what he deserved never-falling well with pump' near kitchen We buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits n.0I11'rorll1
Ales Stout Etc.Qjr Revealing a mad waste" of waters, n ''good whipping. It the door, and a never falling spring of and We i
I' was guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. give
Lashed
to a dizzy height. olo.ir, cool, pure water a short distance
1 8end me your order! For hours the contest jawed, first timeI" ever. played false to a I I from house. Home lot and poultry yards close personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted to us '

I TITUSVILLE and OJCOA, FLORIDA. Then she lay a rolling wreck, client. -Detroit Free Press. fenced with poultry netting. One house have the benefit of our experience and knQwledge of the market. Return"

The billows shrieked triumphantly, for poultry and Belgian bares 12x2:3/ : feet, made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Potato

And, bowling, swept the deck. and a smaller fancy poultry house. Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peacheb, Plume Grop
I'Ct. "* Killed Two Turkeys nt One Shot. 74 orange trees just coming Into bearing
; Hodgson Bros. Up the rigging: / for their lives 2 grapefruit; trees, 2 peach trees, S etc., etc.We

The sailors had to go, Several hunters have been bringingwild scuppernong grape vines-all beat. Ing- solicit correspondence; and will keep you In touch with the market.
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Waiting there 'twlxt life and death, turkeys Into town during the paat several kumquats and guava bushes
v A sailor's fate to know. few weeks, but It is very seldom they shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs The New' York Grocery Co.,

' t Marine Railway. At last the fury spent Itself, kill two turkeys with\ one shot. Messrs. near the house. lOft-lll BRIDGE St., .. J&CKSONVILLE.FL0RI1
And she drifted with the tide, L A. Brady and P. J. hall. went quail A good county road along near river
General Merchants and Ship Chandlel's.J' A helpless, wallowing! dtrelcct shooting a few days ago and bagged. ;dO biuk, from Tltusville, the county seat, .. .
f .Special Facilities.. On the ocean wild and wide. quail. Before returning/ to Titusvllln eleven miles north, to Rockledge( a beautiful
1 Mr. Brady observed two fine wild turkeys winter resort, nine miles south with
-J l For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing One day among the canvasA soaring aloft he took aim with his Cocoa, a nice little business town and Seeds For Summer Crops.
r bonnie sailor lay, .1 loaded Point between. Railroad station
I i Yachts and Launches. !gun, which was for small birds, City i
t, '. jIi Dreaming of his home and friends and down came the two turkeys, which mile west. Postofttee and school near.
r r' Mentlpu the ADVOOATU when writing. Which now seemed far away. he brought to Tltusville In triumph. Five acres of very tine fruit land near

Ills eyes were blue as April skies, Hunter tell us they never had u bet. station (from which a little was given for Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte GI: I
"Wanted. And changing; an the sea, ter season than this oiie, In the neighborhood section house) containing. a beautiful Beggarweedclean.
Manager I peach orchid of 100 tr es, mostly o
I Ob how will my mother know of Tltusville.Srnnlble\ young
'.' What has become of me. In bearing! bore a lIne crop this year; CC>-.AI ::IE.A.S: :
a' fruit poor! size and exceedingly itch
We desire to employ trustworthy .
I to the '
business Ten days oi weary waling, .t. flavor. A little house near sraiion al. \Stock Black, Unknown, Lttilyflngers.;
to our -
lady or gentleman manage Brig
I : I In this: county and adjoining terri With scarcely food to eat, A good story Is told of n late Dublin ways rents for 91 or $1.50 per month. Clean :t :: ; Lowe t>,Prices. Conch Pea., 3-10; ter qt., postpaid' ; *1
doctor famous for his skill and also hisKreut peck .4 :25: bushel.
I tory. Our House Is well and. favorably Eager eyes moaning far and wide Experts pronounce this sol) particularly ; '
known. 20.00 straight: cash salary and The shifting, restless deep. love of. money. lie bud a constant adapted to grape culture: Price, by ad Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Gard. Too.s, Fertilizers.L. .

all expenses paid each week by Check Ship Ahoy! at last, thank God, nnd enriching patient lu 'an old dressing. "BOX 10." CAMERON. The Seed Store,

Q., direct from Headquarters. Expense The freedom and rescue craved, Rhopkpi'iier.: Tills old lady was terribly Hardeeville.Fla.WINTER 114 East Bay Street J'ACKSONVH.LE' : FLA.
;t ', money advanced;prevl>us experience unnecessary They ere taken aboard the homeward rheumatic! and unable to leave her
;position permanent. Address, And every soul was saved. [chip, 'fa. During,: the doctor's visits she -
HOMES IN A SUM-
." TiroMAs J. CooPER Manager 1040 Caxb -
kept a one pound note In her band
I ton Building, Chicago, 111. ALICE BELL HA.RBIIC. which duly went Into Dr. C.'s pocket. MER LAND. Taber's Trees
i Fort Pierce, Fla., Dec. 17, 1002.THE One morning he found her lying deed

i ro, WANTED TRUSTWORTHY OKNTLK- on the sofa. Sighing deeply, the doctor I
bimlneM tor In an old each muhlliihed county to house manage of TERN approached and taking her hand In The Southern Railway has Issued its Hare an enviable reputation for being well grown, thlft"aod* tree to nnni>

P'\ I lolld financial itandlnir. A stralitbt. bonk ode his. bo saw tbe fingers closed on bis beautiful "Winter Homes in a Summer very important considerations to the planter. Among our thousaMb" of eat 6I
weekly cub alary of$18,00 paid by check eachWednesday ]I Land" folder for the season 100!-3. This customers is the United States Government, for whom we- are. growing Bpel'
,. with all ex panne* direct from headquarter At meeting of Friendship Chapter
a ;
fee."Poor folder is published In attractive hybrids contract both In extern-
very on and orchard. Our
twenty years
.
advanced for Manager nursery
Money) expen.ee.
thing! be said be pocketed
No. 11 Order of Eastern Star, held In !!: as Ki
MO Canton building.\ Chleago. 2ju>3 form and Is profusely illustrated with Orchard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit trees Shade trees,
t' the Indian River hotel Itt I "Sensible to thr last]
Chapter-room photographs of the famous Southern and Ornamentals. Freight Propald. Catalogue/ free. .
Friday
Tltusville, on evening! last, the
winter resorts and their environments.
*'k'> ,,' OVER ton's Rapid FIVE Calking THOUSAND Tools now OF W In AT.use- following members were Installed as officers TO SUGAR CANE GROWERS.. It also contains. numerous views of the GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABKK, PROPRIETOR
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i ; by boat owners in the United States. tor the ensuing year: scenery from the mountains of the subtropical Glen Saint Mary, F1))
: Mrs. B. R. Wilson, Worthy Matron.
Ind .a Price $4.00 and $3.00 each, at the ADVOCATE J. L. Carruthers, Worthy Patron. A pamphlet entitled Fertilizing SugarCane : scenes of Florida and Nassau.
office Tltusvtlle Fla. written planter This booklet gives full and complete In-
Miss Kate Stewart, Asso. Matron. by a practical sugar; -
.' from Hawaii has Just been published. formation regarding all of the leading
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Mrs. M. A. Sorlmgeour; Seeretary.
Laud For Sale. Mr. J. M. Dixon, Treasurer. by the German Kali Works, 03 Nassau' winter resorts for health or pleasure, The Pioneer Cooperate
and also a complete list of all the
smaller
Mrs. Julius Kline, Conductress.Miss street, New York, N Y., and a copy of
\ 1T; acres first-class pineapple land, Zandle Stewart, Asso. Cond's.Mrs. It can be obtained free by writing: to accommodations hotels and boarding for wlntdr houses which have LAGRANGE, . FLORIDA.
:m desirable front on St. Lucie river at a Geo. W. Scobie, Ada. them. No doubt many of our readers tourists, giving I manufacture all and expeditkMsly.
t. write will be Interested to learn how this crop rates per day, week and month, and kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply;
bargain. For reasonable W. W. terms LUCE, Mrs Mrs. J.Geo.L.M.Carruthers Robbins,Ruth.Esther. Is treated so as to produce large yieldsof other valuable; data to those desiring to When In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as I east yourorder to pert***.1
for the
locate winter
., Tlbbals, Fla. Mrs. F. A. Morgan, Msrthx] cane and sugar and tbe pamphlet South.If anywhere in the TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.
Miss MimI Elects. mentioned contains many valuable points
'. Alepb ,
.' pertaining thereto you are contemplating a trip to any
John R. Walker Warder.Mr. .
DrRyln. Mrs.o point do not fall to first supply yourself I
F. A. Morgan, Chaplain.Mrs. with this booklet, by sending a one cent

Draylng or hauling of til inds prompt ..Chas.T. T.II.Wetmore Walton,, Sentinel.Mr. Marshal.. A Hare Chance. stamp to any passenger .agent of this Launches For Sale-! \
If
N ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove company. you are not contemplating
The principal work of installing was A fine residence
,completejlOntl.m"o'l ,
\ ;' wood supplied. ; a trip send for one; you will find much
'. ; ALFB&D IADLXT, Tltusvilla. done by lUre and Mm. Geo. M. Robbins, large stable and 10 acres of land close to In It to Interest ;you. a;
,1' ID tbelr respective offices of Worthy Matron a growing town. Trains, etc. It could Winter tourist tickets at greatly re 4-,'

l'" .. ?-.V, Clothing Cleaned Dyed and Marshal. be used for a boarding bouse. For par duced rates now on sale. 34 foot Launch, 5 foot beam, standing roof, 11 horse power Buffalo/ Motor
the
oculars write owners. '
/ \ For further particulars as to rates, speed 12 mile. .
,"',4-; COUGHS COLDS AND CONSTIPATION. Address. "Box 161, routes and resorts, write to Motor. i
'I''' Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dresses .-Few people realize when taking UendorsoQTllle, N. C. H. F.CART, 30 foot Launch, 8 foot beam, standing roof 7 horse power Buffalo

4+i a specialty. Address, cough medicines other than Foley's Honey District Pass. 26 foot Mlanus Motor.
Agent; Launch 6 ft., 3 In. beam,glass cabin, 6 horse power
I SAMP ERKINS, and Tar, that they contain opiates Clyde Steamship Line. Jacksonville Fla.
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Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, which are constipating,besides being nn- All in Good Banning Order
P. O. Box :255.: Sanford, Fla. safe, particularly for children role,'. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde
honey and Tar contains ,no opiates Is Steamship Line can be secured of Chaa.II. V3T We cannot guarantee to publish

0 Itr Reading notice ads. on this page safe and sure and will not constipate.For Walton, at the ADVOCATK office Tl Items that do not reach this office before GEO. R. WALLACE West Palm Beach Fla;
are live cents per line per week. sale by B. Wilson &; Son. tusville. noon on Thurada,.. ,:i

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