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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford Is Dyeing.Go Several Items are crowded out of this Second hand wheels for sale at Giles MASONIC ELECTION AND AMO
Issue for want of
to 'V.' P, Giles for bicycle re- space. -New Year' Day In Titusville passed SUPPER.

id Topics of General Interest.THE repairing -Seventy degrees in the shade to-day. ofT very quietly. xr Tin

-Read the ndvt. of the Boston Musical Not so bad for January weather. Jensen's report of the Christmas The annual election of officers of Indian brunch oft:

ADVOCATE, Co. on our 8th page. -Now Is your time to buy a boat tree arrived too late for this Issue River Lodge No. 00, b'. & A. M., Boston, Ma

,$1.50 per annum, In advance.. I -Pineapple offer to men with small cheap. Read the ads. on this page. I -Look out for the change; of schedule took place last Friday evening at the Coast from; of hotel Fh]
Lodge-room Indian River hotel Tltusvllle. -
$1.00 six months, : capital. Look shai ply for W. W. Luce's -Mrs. F. 1\r. Taylor and son. Wilson, this week, on the F. E. C. Railway There, was a large attendance, of this paper,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. ad. on page P. returned from St. Augustine yesterday.J. tracts for
I NEW PATTERNS, Ltnohum, Matting,, inombois.The .
[ you subscribe for the ADVoitE I CREX Grass Carpet, Grass Furniture WISS A SONS' IMPROVED PRACtlcal Carpets etc., at J. R. Walker & Co's. ballot ting wns spirited ; Bros. A. our roprnsi
by the year It does not cost you Grass Carpet, Grass Rugs, only at J. orange; clippeis. i fiOota at James A. Stewart and Jno. M. Dlxnu 1 acted l as ton, at 40'Wh..re
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman
per week postage included. K. Walker <*: Co., Tltusvllle.Mr Pritchard & Sou's. Allan regular ; tellers, and the election and appointmentof t<
winter of Hotel Plaza Hock-
guests ,
Note date of expiration printed upon Benj. K. !bi-mpklns, of Peeksklll, -Mr. O. L. Mandavllle\ the Tltusvllle lodge,: are now sojourning at Hotel Burton officers J.resulted L. ()Curruthors as follows. :M. hoe Hat of t

or wrapper every week. This N. V., wh recently arrived at the Indian jeweler, has received another woik bench D nvlllo Va. Thos. II. Sanders S. Whom to
receipt for your money. No needus River hotel, Titusville, with a bad cold and a large assortment of new tools.E. tusvlllo hot
-Mr. W. P. Giles the has S. W. Carroll J. W.
send for bicycle man, ,
to receipt subscription. and cough he Is already much 1m-
date gives it to you. proved in health., says A. WADDKLL, MIAMI, IS TIlE changed hla headquarters from the John M. nixon Treasurer. The Anv
_man you want. Ho has real estate of Wager: building to the Gaulden buildingon 1<'. A. Morgan, Secretary. the host ho)
'JIll: EAST COAST ADVOCATE is on -Mrs. L. C. Brannlng of this place, all kinds for sale. Call on him. Hopkins street. B. F. Brown, C1Jl1phlln..J. .
at; the following news-stands at five joined a her husband at Palm Bench on R. Walker, S. 1.) The Any
its per copy : :saturday last. Mr. Brannlng Is In charge -Miss Agnes Whitten and Waycross, -Sir Wllfied Laurlor, premier of P. W. Roberts, J. D. at the A mmVisitors
arrived\ last0\ eek will spend a Canada has been visit to the
enjoying a
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'itusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. of the new passenger station at the latter F. M, Knylor, S. S. t
month or with Miss In Coast nf Florida. He
EjHt
so Aleph Minis was accompanied
acksonville-Duval hotel. place. 1". A. Losley J. ti. at the
.' News stand Union depot Tltuavllle. by Lady Lau 118r. }\[. E. English, Tylor. stop 7th
-The Boston :Musical: Dramatic Co., our pngManager
There to be In Tl After the ]'. Paddlson
seems more room FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDSfor election Mr. H. ,
composed of Miss Helen Louise Tilckey
Reading notice ads. are ten cents and Messrs. Walter Eccles and Walter K. tusville for more carpenters and painters sale by E. Waildell, Miami Fla. jr., took his followriaft doirroo. (
for those in town have work Call Prices suit all Last about 0:00 the Lodge Aims DoLinoith
| line on this page. Paine will be at the Lyceum Theater more or wa Ito. to parties. evening, ,
than they can attend to. Improved and unimproved lands.Friendship wits called to order, and 11tho above to g
Do you want a launch cheap ? Read Titusville, Thursday evening;, Jan. 8th.: were duly Installed in their respective opening.Mr. .
Miss Bessie Grlsaid who has been Order of
i ads. on this page. -Dr. Ilarwood Huiitlngton, of New Chapter No. II, odlces, Bro. (}CO. W. Hcoblo acting an
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spending the holidays with her friend, Eastern {Star, will meet in the Chapter-
-Messrs. Oeo. II. Fernald, of Sanford; York, sailed down to Tltusvllle from Installing officer. Hotel Palm
Mills Aleph Mlms, In Tltuavllle, leaves loom at the Indian River hotel Tltus-
his place at Lyratta Monday At the cloning of the Lodge, the members
S. W. Kowley of /Jan: Mateo havet orange grove next Sunday, to resume her position in vlllw, next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. has been U
us some neat and pretty calendars and gave us a pleasant call. lie the Cocoa school. and visiting brethren joined the Joined his 1;
1003. leaves for home this week, but will come WIIO DID IT? Walker took the measure ladies of the EIlIteroStar./ and their! vena, on :Sat::
down later with his father, the Rev. J. -Mrs. McNeil, of Lake City arrivedIn Continental Tailoring wives, daughters and friends at the big
,,-Mrs. E. L. Brady expects to leave T. Huntington; of Hartford, Conn. town yesterday, on a visit to Mr and made them-tiy Walker he will pease store of Bio Walker, where tables wore Manager J
Ftnsvllle, on Monday next to join her Mrs 1). W. Monroe, of :South: Tltusvllle. you. J. R. Walker &: Co., Titusville. tastefully decorated, and nil guests; ro- oo hotel, Jill
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WE WISH TO ACKNOWLEDGE
sband in Miami, where she will spend She attended the oyster supper given by gated with a delicious oyster supper, to to his gucsti
> ouple weeks. the people of Titusville vicinity and the Masons last evening. -Mr.\ W. K. Post, the night; telegraph which all did ample justice. It was a credit to ui
Indian River sincere at Tltusvllle had his mother
generally our operator We ncknowl.
Look out for the Boston Musical thanks for the 11 beral patronage which CALL AT F. II. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- and his two children, who ale living,:; lu very jovial affair and thOR present-:88
iramatlo Co., at the Lyceum Theatre they have bestowed upon us duringthe graphio (Gallery Tltusvllle and nee New Smyrna, visiting his during the In all-report a moat pleasant evening.MIMSWINSTEAD. Mr. Walt

lusvilh on Thursday evening next, holiday season and year just past. his samples of Photogiaphs. Flashlights holidays. York, whoAUllntio

nuary 8th. Throughout the coming year we shall by appointment at any time. -Messrs. Casper Mima and Parker Be

-Among the many presents received endeavor by every means In our powerto Always something new. Grlsard, who have been spending the a passengertrain

y Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins at (;Christmas merit a continuation of your favors. -The Tttusvllle Presbyterian Sunday holidays In Tltusvllle, will\ leave /Saturday On Thursday evening at seven o'clock hold ,the on ro

?ail a new buggy given her by her bus Sincerely yours John It. Walker" Co. School elected the following/ officers last or Sunday to resume their studies Mr. R. E. Mlms, jr., of Tltiisvllle was Palm pouRoyal

Mrs. Robbins is now enjoying -Mr. E. P. Porcher and family arrived :Sunday, to serve for the ensuing year: Stetson University.Take married to Miss Eva Wlnatond, a popularand

daily drives. In the city early Wednesday morning, Mr. A. Wilson, superintendent; L. W. note of the advt. of the South charming young lady of Elm City, Mr. Henryant

t -Mrs. L. C. Brannlng left, on Sundayast having come up in Mr. Poicber's private Halle, secretary; Miss Jessie Dodson, Florida I'roduoe Co., Valdosta, Oa., on N. C. The marriage rook place at the on Court
to join her husband, Mr. L. C. Bran- launch. They will remain some time treasurer.Mr. our 4th page. They are bidding for a residence of the bride's friends the been sold to
ting, the new station agent at Palm with Mr. D. A. Blodgett) and family, and J. W. Hull, of Jensen who Is share of your fruit, vegetables and fish. members of her family and Doing la now und
leach where they will remain during be present at Mrs. Blodgett's receptionon planting a. large tomato crop below Cutler Send for their stencil.Mr present The Impressive ceremony wan merit of oUIferrltt.
',he winter.Mr. the night of January 1st. Daytona went up home (Tuesday to spend performed by the Kev. Mr. Carroll the !\ for)
Gazette-News, Due. 20lh.-We piesume Christ nuts with his family. lie has about John' T. Stanley, a prominent Baptist minister, and hearty congratulations Hacldo and
t Frank Darling of Palm Beach they spent an enjoyable evening, for Mrs. 13 acres already net out and hopes to citizen of New York, was a pasHengor on were showered upon the bride and vllle, Fla.

who spent the Chi istmas holidays In Blodgett is quite an adopt at entertain get In as much mote neAt month.-Miami yesterday's southbound train, I'll route groom. Mr. and 1
rlando, arrived in Titusville on Mon. ing. Metropolia.Mr. to Jenson, where he owns a big !pineapple Mr. Mlms! la one of Tltusvllle's prominent of I
iay and will be a guest of the Sembler plantation and grove. owners
orange tradesmen, and the bride Is a talented -
Cottage: for a few weeks.I -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson, of \ and Mis. E. R. Bradley and Mr. ladyw61known to mllnyofonr fin., willwinter IIC
Hobe Sound, passed through Tltiisvllle Jack Bradley, of Chicago have arrived -Mr. J. II Cook, representing Lire D. young home
,
-Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge: and faml- :Saturday, en route to Oak Hill, on a at Palm Beach for the winter season. M. Wygant :0", wholesale fruit and produce residents, having .llIltc.lller brother* will be acco
Miami have been in town this commission of New and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mis. I K.WlnstDiiil and
of and Mrs merchants Vlttom
'y, visit of live or six days with Mr. The Messrs. Bradley will have their time
week enjoying visit with Captain andMrs. T. 13. Alleu. Mr. Jefferson had his gun well occupied for the next few weeks, York, will be at the /Sem bier cottage, '1'1.lusvllle. of thla place, last summer. *ho are we

Jas. Prltchard, Mrs. Budge's par- with him, and told an ADVOCATE repre- getting the Beach Club In readiness. for for several weeks the Interest Mr..Mlms returned here on Sunday and I many reshler
bill wife who Is school will
returned to Miami on his teaching ,
of 111
tots. Mr. Budge in.
sentative that he expected to get some the
opening, which will be about the follow her school term liasexpired. The Claren
as soon as
(edne day. good quail and duck shooting. As. Mr. 10th of January-Palm Beach. News. When answering advertisementsIn Limn manager
K Wm M. Brown after spending Allen ought with him, from New these columns would confer 1
Mr. There few of subscribers you a The ADVOOATK Joins the many friend and owned
ZJT are a our -
toe holidays wit his family in Titusville, York, the! latter part of October he some had who have forgotten the fact that favor by tying you saw the adrt. In the of the happy pair In wishing them a long open aDd rut.
:eft, Sunday for Miami, accompanied by ripe bird dugs we have no doubt they are In arieara. Please examine the EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing life of connubial bliss and prosperity hotel la on a
:its daughter Miss Louise, who went to all the sport he needed.On name-and-date you will receive better attention from tic Ocean an
pasted
sljp
upon your paper
.Jensen, on a visit to her friend, Miss Monday afternoon a coloredman or wrapper every week. We will be the.ad vertlser.. elect and re

Mabel, Schuyler. named Henry Jones, was stealinga soon revising our mailing' list, and we -The Boston Musical Dramatic Co. DEATH OF MR. GOFF. homelike lIe

It;- _.. Wm. M. Merwin, of Milford, ride underneath one of the cars of the : do not like to strike our friends off, owing Is said to be one of the cleanest, wittiest there will red
Conn., who has been stopping at Asbe- southbound passenger train, when Dep- to their oversight In not paying their und most laughable; entertainments on John Goff, formerly of Brooklyn, died the ad. on ou

vllle N. C., for several week, was among uty-bhei I Jno. N. Waller espied the subscription.The the road. Do not fall to be present at at his home at Greene, Chenanirocounty, As will hi
his and placed him under arrest. Upon the N. Y., nn December :W aped 84. He was
:Monday's southbound passengers, on negro Mlssea Aline and Lceiim Theater, Titusville'I'hurs- page the Ma
way to Rockledge for the winter Mrs. searching Jones, Mr. Waller became Daisy Brady day evening, Jan. $tli. a merchant In that city. He wall born In nolla Springy
left
for visit of few
ttferwtn having arrived about a fortnightao aware of the fact that be was In possession Wednesday a a London, England; but pAssed most of his
# of a revolver and razor ao be marched weeks with Mrs. Myer, of Palatka. After -Miss Kittle Martin, of Viking passed life In this country. ills father, John popular will\ man
ago. which they go to Fort Pierce to visit through Tltusvllle Saturday on her vey opal
towards Brevard'a lall.
him county HIoIT. who brought his family here lu18TJ
jL.Amon the pleasant callers at the Mrs. W. N. for few weeks be. I Inst. Managi.
Ueudry a Orlando
When near Palm street, the negro made way to to attend the meetingof : had been a seaman with Admiral
IM>VOOATK office on Saturday were: Dr.S fore going to Miami where they will the State Teachers' We the north a fi
the ; Association.!
with
a bold dash for liberty Deputy- Nelson on boa id the Victory at ,the bat-
'Mrs. E. E. Holllns, Miss Minnie the balance of the Titus has a largeto
spend winter. of
hot Two shots were acknowledge receipt some oranges
:Sheriff:: In pursuit. tle of Trafalgar.-New York Tribune '
of Live Oak, Fla.; Miss Bessie vllle will miss these la- be open.
, fired after the law-breaker to frightenhim popular young from Mlsa Martin, for our editorial sialf. neo.2Ueneral Superintendent 1C. T.
Winchester Teun. Mlsaiftnes ular stopping
card of ; dles this winter.
,Whitten, of Daisy, Ga ; Misa but the merry race for capture and -Mr. and Mra. E. It. Goldsmith of Goff, of the Florida East Coast Hallway
liberty was kept until he ran againstMr. L. Hobbs cashier Is nf the late Mr. John Goff the Manager IIICoyaltnn
artba Jones of Waycross, Ga.; and up -Mr. Clins. formerly Tarenturn Pa., have been guests of the a son ,
Was Aleph Mlms and Miss Nettle Jones, Trez Wilson, near Mima' blacksmith of the Indian River Stale Bank, Titus Sembler Cottage, '!Tltusvllle for the past subject of the above article. Tbousanii Ne
shop, who held the leer from justice villa, was In town a short while on Tuesday week. They are the winter In lair
this place. until the Deputy-Slier I arrived. The en route to the flourishing town of Florida and may decide to locate here If Royal Palm I
and and Mrs. F. J Simmons, ofBetroit. negro is now In jail, awaiting his trial Miami, where he will hold a position In Mr. Goldsmith finds an opening In his CHURCH NOTICES. Saturday's sc

Mich., regular winter visitors for carrying concealed weapons, etc. the palatial new Fort Dallas National line-the drug business.: Mr. Goldsmith to the count

Rockledge, were passengers on Mon- OO TO E. A. WADDKLL, MIAMI, Bank of Miami, of which Mr. Wm. M. went duck hunting Monday and bag The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday douse In ord
y's southbound train-on this occasion Brown of Tltusvllle la the president Merrill has I
number.
bits of ged quite a
Fla. if want to buy choice school will 3.fO:
meet at Sunday
you every Coast
thout their bright and talented daugh- Mr. Hobbn baa been residing In Sanford Mast: ,
t ', who was recently married. Mr. and real estate. Manager of Cutler estate. for several years but will, later move Messrs. E. L. Wiley and R A. Mayer afternoon. lee his genialOn

i. :Simmons:: have a boat of friends on bill family to the county town of lJ& Ian River, who are always glad to Cat-Uoat For Sale. hotel a few days, having arrived from tusvllle next Sunday, Jan. 4th, at 11 Found the ad.
-Mr. O. P. Stout the of the
pianist Chattanooga; Tenn. the first of the
,
t ve them a hearty greeting. and 7 A. M.
> a. m. p. m. Dalger pastor. managed by if
"New Rockledge Trio wishes to announce \
week. Mr. Wile, Is part owner of the
Hloa repairs stoves bicycles, etc. Cabin Cat-Boat, fitted for cruising; that he will accept .limited far-fanied Dummlt orange /grove near Aichdaacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine l- the wants of

bunks, lockers new Rail. Cheap. number of pupils for the study of piano the Hdulover and both gentlemen left service In St. Mark's church, "Co many y.arll.uptodate .

I (. House for Kent. :2 Address Box 66, Cocoa, Fla. forte playing during the winter season. bore yesterday for the I/rove-to ship or- coa, on /Sunday next at 11 a, m. AlsoIn ho
Mr. :Stout has been engaged for the pant angea and do a little hunting and fishing. the Presbyterian dispel ICockledgt, out wltl stet

seven-room house, five rooms com Yawl Outing for Sale. 15 years In teaching work In the north They expect to remain a month or 11I>. at 7tOp.: m.For. and Mr. Peck has acoon I" all
and offers the most advanced methodsIn
tletely furnished for rent until ..prlng.I technical work and SHOES SHOES, Sh OES. Walker & Arlington heft
Address, "P. O. Box :33"Titusville Length 20 feet beam 8 feet draught For further particulars, call Interpretation.address, ;o., Tltusvllle, have an up-to-date line Sale, at Oaytoim. lending and laf

: Fla. U inches. Good Cabin, Two berths. O. F. Stout, New Rockledge Hotel, of Ladles', Children's; and Gentlemen's Great f Lakes.

Address Box JUT Kock ledge, Fla. Shoes. See: them. J. K. Walker & Co. Choice Hammock land, particularly by magnldoel
Tents tor Sale Cheap. 4t Tltusvllle Fla. adapted for growing Oranges also Irish with bright I
READ -TilIS.: Toys at fio pear cent from potatoes. Will soil In lots of from 10 to basket of then

rProtect your orange trees and tender Houseboat For Sale. cost price next ten days, to close out. Oyster Const ut lUt*rrltt. 10 acres C. BUCKMAN, rally placed

Bt from cold; .VJOMcFarUnd! tents, J. R. Walker Co., Tltusvllle. I Boys, look out-:-for- the big Oyster 19m Jacksonville, Fla. {uesta.

ilzes, for sale, cheap. For sale a comfortable house-boat Roast at "The Wigwam," Merrltta Is

WM. M. BUOWN, Dimensions: length, 'Jft.1; beam Uft.4In. Uarilncr'ii "Iyerll. I i land. A moonlight sail evenings Japanese For Sale, hearing Orange Grove, (..auWlnte(1
Tltusvllle, Fla. .; draught. 18 Inches; }bead-room In Lantern, Music Hot Ojrestoia.

cabin, 9ft. Anchors,.sails, bedding and Moquette velvet rugs tJ.2: and IV<>0 Yum 1 Yum 11 1 Hotel Opening night to b

Launch for Sale. conking utensils, etc. Reversible! rugs 3xli ft. . 1.73: soon. Watch for It. About four acres. Trees came through at once.
This cosy house-boat Is now lying at Sanitary matting, new . .45 the great freeze without being killed.

;3 feet long, built by Oeo. 01010"118.lo Tltusvllle, and will be sold cheap. Smyrna rugs . 50c up. To Mualclaim. Not a leaf Injured since then by the cold. Hoi

\ one year old, first-class condition. Address, J. M.! Latlin, Tltuavllle, Fla.; Lamp stovea . . .:1:; Reasons for selling. Terms to suit. .
:.Jppe with King engine speed 9;!. or C. Jo'. Naething, 11*, Fulton street Printing presses Ink, etc . 5,00 A baritone horn for sale, nearly new; LOCK Box UK, Young gen

caUea. Address, New- York .City... C. A., OABDWKM, Tltuavllle, Fla. coat I2.VJO will sell for 1200. Can be 2t Melbourne, Fla. suited for ladl
Launch care A DVOCATK seen at the store of Addri.

Tltusvllle, Fla. Launch for Sale. J. 1C. WALK & Co., Pineapple and Orange Lnnil. 2t
Launch For Sale. Tltusvllle, Fla. -

acht for Sale or Charter. A 3-Jft naphtha launch, 6 horse power
Morris Heights engine; cabin entire Launch "Manhattan," owned by the Choice pineapple and orange land, on IMnc'
of the boat plate gUs windows, late II. Julius Mralth. Length, 33 feet. Printer Wanted. peninsular, between Waveland and New-
33 feet feet beam length ;
t oop yacht, long, 11J all's Point fronting on both the Indian Bids asked
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Sc. -
draft 5 old good cabin nags, and leather cushions. Boat only Ten h. p. Murray Tregortha engine.
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"eet years !
and St. Lucle Rivera beautiful location Four-foot pine
and sober ,
will Closed cabin. Recently overhaul and Four swift accurate typesetters -
sails for comfort. ,vmItr two years'old. Cost, new, 3,700; an.l
everything
mar FU. ]
' $50.UQ Gilberta Bar Inlet. Mold In 5 on line
first-class condition" at near
In Bottom can secure employment
charter for the winter. Nice fam- sell for $I,0( >JO, cash. put ,
Will furnish captain for boat Make early application for this bar copper: sheathed. Speed B miles. For per montb, for the winter months, by 10 C acre lJtA. Also new, three-room cottage to r.lect any ol4t

> Address gain. Address, price and further Information inquire of, applying at once to theDr.A to rent. Apply to
G. V. HOTEL IXDIAX KIVKR: Mra. II. JULIUS SMITH Y ]'l: r.llurJl'o Co., C. U. RACE,
Rooms:
e' Box 182, Jacksonville Fla. 3t Roclcledge, Fla. 27feb Rockledge, Fla. '" West I'alm Beach, Fla. apt I Waveland, Fla.









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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing. Several Items aro crowded out of this -Second hand wheels for sale at Giles. MASONIC ELECTION AND AMONG THE HOTELS.
Issue for want of
-Go to W. P, Giles for bicycle re- space. -:New Year's Day in Tltusvllle pass SUPPER.

1 Topics of General Interest.THE repairing. -Seventy degrees In the shade to-day. ed off very quietly. J3JT- The ADVOCATE has opened a

-Read the advt. of the Boston Musical :Not BO bad for January weather. Jensen's report of the Christmas The annual election of officers of Indian branch office at 40J Atlantic avenue

ADVOCATE, Co. on our 8th page. -Now: la your time to buy a boat tree arrived \oo late for this issue River Lodge No. 00. 1 F. & A. M., Boston Mass., and literature of the East
cheap. Read the ads. on this took place last Friday evening at the 'Coast of Florida will bedistrlbutedthere-.
, advance. page. '
In
$1.50 per annum -Pineapple offer to men with small -Look out for the change of schedule Lodge-room Indian River hotel Tltus from; hotel managers whose ads. are In
$1.00 sir months & capital. Look shai ply for W. W. Luce's -Mrs. F. :M. Taylor and son, Wilson this week, on the F. E. C. Railway vllle. There was a large attendance ofurenbet this paper will be remembered and contracts -
$2.00 an. to foreign countries. ad. 8. aCRE returned from St. yesterday.
per on page Augustine, NEW PATTERNS Llnohum Mattings 's. for advertising,: will be made by

When you subscribe for the ADVO- % Grass Carpet Grass Furniture J. WISS A SONS' IMPROVED PRACtical Carpets etc., at J. R. Walker & Co'.. The ballottlng was spirited; Bros. A. our representative Mr Claude C. Walton -
.tE by the year it does not cost youi.e Grass Carpet Grass Rugs only at J. orange/ clippers uOcta at James -Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman A. Stewart and Jno. 1\1. Dixou acted I us at 401 Atlantic avenue Boston.

cents per week postage: Included.ote R. Walker & Co., Titusville.Mr Pritchard & Sou's. lar winter guests of Hotel Allan Plaza Itook-ream tellers and the election and appointmentof Where to stop along the East. Coast

. date of expiration printed uponr -! Benj. R. Stmpklns of Peeksklll, -Mr. G. L. Mandavllle the Titusville ledge, are now sojourning at Hotel Burton officers J.reunited L. (Carruthers as follows. :AG See list of hotels ou pages:( 4 and 7.

paper or wrapper every week. This N. Y., wh recently arrived at the Indian jeweler has received another work bench Dtuivllle, Va. Tims. H. Sunders S. W. Whore to .stop In Tltusvllle See TI-
receipt for No need River hotel Titusville with a bad cold and a large assortment of tools. ,
your money. : new
tusvlllo hotel ad
7th
-Mr. W. P. Giles the bicycle man, has S. W. Carroll J. W. on our page.
to send receipt for subscription. and cough he Is already much Improved -
. us date gives 1 Is to you. in health.says E. A. WADDKLL, MIAMI IS TilE changed his headquarters. from the John M. I>lxon. Treasurer. The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
_man you want. lie has real estate of Walter building to the Ganlden buildingon lo'. A. Morgan Secretary.I tho host hotels In New York city.
HE: EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on -Mrs. L. C. Brannlng of this place, all kinds for sale. Call on him. Hopkins street. F. Brown Chaplain
at; the following news-stands, at five joined her husband at Palm Beach onSatul'day 1. R. Walker S. D The ADVOCATE Is on file every week
Miss Agnes Whitton of -Sir Wilfred of
Waycrnss
ts per copy : : last. Mr. Branniog Is In charge and tanner premier P. W. Roberts J. D. at tho American Club Havana
last will Canada ban been the
arrived .eek. spend a enjoy hIll a visit to
itusvllle B. R. Wilson & Son. of the new passenger station at the lat F. M. Faylor S. S.R" Visitors
to Jacksonville advised to
month or so with Miss Aleph Minis in Gist Coast of Florida. lie was accompanied are
l\cksonvl1le-Duval hotel. ter place. A. Lesley J. S.
at those hotels whose ads
Tltusville. by Lady Lnu t Illr. stop are on
News stand Union depot M. E. English Tyler.
I. 7th
-The Boston Musical Dramatic Co., our page:
There seems tn be more room In TI- FRUIT AND VEGETABLE!: LANDSfor After the election Mr.\( R. 1'l'adellson.
composed of Miss Helen Louise Trlckey tusville for and sale Fla. took his followcraft degree. Mann or C. W. Rlpley of the College
ff Reading notice ads are ten cents and Messrs. Walter Eccles and Walter };. more carpenters painter by E. A. Waddell Miami jr.,
line on this for those In town have more work Call or WI Ite. Prices to suit all parties. Last evening about (II I :UO, the Lodge Arms lJeI.anilbaR arrived from the
pace. Paine will be at the Lyceum Theater than they can attend to. Improved and unimproved lands was called to order and all the above north to gut \bis hotel In order for the
Tltusville Thursday evening; Jan. 8th.
Do you want a launch cheap ? Head were duly Installed lu their respective opening
Mitts Bessie who has been Order of
Grlsard Friendship No. 11
Chapter
this ,
ads. on page. -Dr. Harwood Iluutlagton of New oillcos Bro. Goo W. Hcoblo acting an
spending the holidays with her friend Eastern Star, will meet In the Chapter Mr. W. IT. Or men, manager of tho a
-Messrs. Oeo. II. Fernald of Sanford; York sailed down to Titusville from Miss Aleph Minis\ in Titusville leaves room at the Indian River hotel Titus Installing officer. Hotel Palm Bench, at Palm Beach who
A S. W. Kowley of San Mateo have his orange grove place at Lyratta Monday next Sunday, to resume her position in vlllv, next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. At the closing of the Lodge the members has been In New York for some time,
t tin. some neat and pretty calendars and gave us a pleasant call. lie the Cocoa school. and visiting brethren joined the joined his partner Mr. II. Stanley Stevens
1003. leaves for home this week but will come WHO DID Iii Walker took the measure ladles of the Eastern Star and their on !Saturday:: last.
down later with his father the Rev. J. I -Mrs. MoNei:, of Lake City arrivedIn Continental Tailoring wives daughters and friends at the big/
Mrs. E. TJ. Brady expects to leave T. Huntlngton of Hartford Conn. town yesterday on a visit 10 Mr. and made them-try Walker be will pease store of Bro. Walker whore tables wore Manager John's. Park. of the Al Fresco -

nsville on Monday next, to join her TO !Mrs D. W. Monroe of South Tltusville. you J. R. Walker & Co., Tltusvllle.Mr. tastefully decorated and all guests regaled hotel, Jensen, Issued some bills of fareto
. sband in Miami where she will spend WE WISH TO ACKNOWLEDGE She attended the oyster supper given by with a delicious oyster supper to his guests at Christmas, that were a
weeks. the people of Tltusville vicinity and W. R. Post the night telegraph credit to hotel the East Coast.
B ouple the Masons last evening. which all did ample justice. It was a any on
Indian River! generally our sincere at Tltusvllle had his mother
operator ,
' and those : \Ve acknowledge receipt of one of them.
I Look out for the Boston Musical thanks for the liberal patronage which CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- and his two children who ale living; lu very jovial alTalr prellentJI'IIn
/ramatlo Co., at the Lyceum Theatre they have bestowed upon us duringthe grapblo Gallery, Titusville and nee New Smyrna, visiting his during the all-report a most pleasant evening.MIMSWINSTEAD. Mr. Walter Monroe Young, of New
ntusvilh, on Thursday evening next, holiday season and year just past. his samples of Photogiaphs. Flashlights holidays. York who managed Hotel Continental:

anuary 8th. Throughout the coming year we shall by appointment at any time. Messrs. Casper Mlms and Parker Atlantic Beach Flu.\ ? last summer, was


Among the many presents received endeavor by every means In our powerto Always something new. Grlsard who have been spending the a passenger on Tuesday's southboundtrain
Oeo. M. Bobbins at Christmas. merit a continuation of your favors. holidays Titusville will leave !Saturday : on route to Miami, where he will
y Mrs. -The Titusville Presbyterian Sunday : On Thursday evening at seven o'clock
hold the of aril the
John R, Walker & Co. position chief ate at
las a new buggy given her by her bus- Sincerely yours School elected the following officers last or Sunday to resume their studies Mr. R. E. Mlms, jr., of 'Tltusvllle. was Royal Palm this winter. '
,and. Mrs. Robbins Is now enjoying -Mr. E. P. Porcher and family arrived Sunday to serve for the ensuing ear: Stetson University.Take married to Minn Eva Wlnstoad, a popularand ffjg

ally drives. In the city early Wednesday morning Mr. A. 1\. Wilson superintendent; I.. W. note of the advt. of the South charming young lady of Elm City: I Mr. Henry Naethlng's famous restaurant -

-Mrs. L. C. Brannlng left, on Sunday having come up in Mr. Porcber's private Halle secretary; Miss Jessie Dodson Florida I'roduoe Co., Valdosta, Ga., on N. C. The marriage rook place at the I, on Courtlandt street New York has
ist, to join her husband Mr. L. C. Bran- launch. They will remain some time I treasurer.Mr. our 4th page. They are bidding for a residence of the bride's parents the been sold to I). J. Sprague A: Co., and It
,log, the new station agent at Palm with Mr. D. A. Blodgett and family and J. W. Hull of Jensen who laol.lntlnll share of your fruit vegetables and fish. members of her family and friends going Is now under the sole and able management -
ieacb. where they will remain during be present at Mrs.I Blodgett's reception a. large tomato crop below Cutler Send for their stencil. present The Impressive ceremony was of our old friend Mr. Charles A.Merrltt .
be winter. on the night; of January 1st. Daytona went up home on Tuesday. to spend performed by the Rev. Mr. Carroll the formerly proprietor of Hotel
Gazette-News Dec. SJOlh.-We presume Christmas with his family. lIe has about -Mr. John' T. Stanley prominent Baptist minister and hearty congratulations Placlde and Hotel Rathbun Jackson-
-Mr. Frank Darling;, of Palm Beach they spent an enjoyable evening for Mrs. 13 acres already set out, and hopes to citizen of New York was a passenger. on were showered upon the bible and ville, I Fla.

ho spent the Christmas holidays In Blodgett is quite an adept at entertaining. get In All much more neAt month.-Mi yesterday's southbound train en route groom. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. I.. Kochersperger, ti
arrived In Titusville on Mon- lo .'Jenson wheiu hit owns a big pine.
)rlando Metropolis.\ Mr. Mime Is one of Tltusvllle's prominent -
of Hotel Breakers Seabreeze a
lay and will be a guest of the !Sembler:: apple plantation and orange grove tradesmen and the bride Is a talent.ad owners ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson of Fla., will soon loa e Chicago for their
few weeks. -Mr. and Mis. E. R. Bradley and Mr. ;
:ttage for a Mr. J. II. Cook the I) young lady-well known to many of
Hobe Sound passed through Tltusvllle Jack Bradley, of Chicago: have arrivedat representing winter home at the above place. They
i:-Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge and famlf Saturday, en route to Oak Hill, on a Palm Beach for the winter season. M. Wygant Co., wholesale fruit and produce our residents, having visited her brother will be accompanied by Miss Harriet K.Vlttom .
of- Miami have been in town this visit of live or six days with Air. and Mrs The MeH rs. Bradley will have their time commission merchants, of New and sister-In-law, Mr. mid MI'.. P. E. and Master Jed Kochersperger,
veek, enjoying; a visit with Captain and T. B. Alleu. Mr. Jefferson had his gun well occupied for the next few weeks York will be at the Sembler cottage I'l- Wlnstoad, of this place last summer. who are well and favorably known to
Ire Jas. Prltohard Mrs. Budge's par- with him, and told an ADVOCATE reprosentative getting the Beach Club In readiness for tusvllle for several weeks the Interest Mr.-Mims returned here on Sunday and many residents\ of the Dayton section.
his who Is school will
returned to Miami on of his III m.ir wife teaching/ ,
nts. Mr. Budge that he expected to get some
the opening, which will bo about the
follow as soon as her school term has The Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze under
Wednesday.I ', good quail and duck shooting. As. Mr. 10th of January.-Palm Beach News. When answering advertisementsIn expired. tho management of Mr.I C. 11. Knappe,
Mr. Wm M. Brown after Spending 'Allen brought with him from New these columns would confer a and owned Dr. E. L. Potter Is
-: Zy: There are a few of our subscrlb- you The ADVOCATE joins the many frtonds by now
of October some
he holidays wit his family In Tltuavllle York the latter part doubt he had ers who have forgotten the fact that favor by tying you saw the advt. In the of the happy pair In wishing them a long open and ready to receive guests. This
aft, Sunday for Miami accompanied by fine bird dogs we have no they are In arrears. Please examine the EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing life of connubial bliss and prosperity hotel Is on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic
>I. daughter. Miss Louise who went to all the spot t he needed.On name-and-date sljp pasted you will receive better attention from Ocean and has been entirely remodeled -
upon your paper
Jensen, on a visit to her friend Miss Monday afternoon a coloredman or wrapper every week. We will be .advertisers. and re-furnished. It Is a cosy
-label Schuyler. named Junes was stealing' DEATH OF MR. GOFF. home-lrke hotel and tourists stopping
Henry soon revising our mailing list, and we -The Boston Musical Diamatlo. Co.
r.-: Mr. Wm. M. Merwin of Mllfordtonn. a ride underneath one of the cars of the do not like to strike our friends off, owing Is said to be one of the cleanest wittiest there will receive good treatment. Read
., who has been stopping at Asbe- southbound passenger train when Dep to tbelr oversight In not paying their and most laughable entertainments on John Got formerly of Brooklyn diedat the ad. on our 4th page.

tile, N.C., for several weeks was amongMonday's uty-Sheriff Jno. N. Waller espied the subscription.The the road. Do not fall to be present at his home at Greene, Chenango county, As will be seen by the ad. on our 4th
his and placed him under arrest. Upon the N. Y., December :20> aged 84. lie wasa
southbound passengers on negro Misses Mine and Daisy Brady Lyceum Theater Tltusvllle Thurs page, the Magnolia !Springs:: hotel Magnolia
< J.y to Rockledge for the winter Mrs searching Jones Mr. Waller became left Wednesday, for a visit of a few day evening, Jan. 8th. merchant In that city. He was born In Springs, Fla." under the able and
aware of the fact that he was in possession London. England but paused most of his
arrived about a fortnight ,
4trwin having popular management of Mr. O. 1>. Beaver
weeks with Mrs. of Palatka. After
Myer Miss Kittle Martin
of
he marched Viking -
, : of a revolver and razor,so passed life In this country. 111. father John
Pao ago.ISAmong'. which they to Fort Pierce to visit Tltusvllle her will open on Monday next the 6th
Brevard's lail. go through Saturday on
him towards
county who
n..lT. brought his family here In
the callers at the W. N. for weeks be. Inst. Manager Seavey only arrived from
pleasant the madea Mrs. Ueudry a few way to Orlando to attend the meetingof
Palm
When near street negro IHfJ had been with Admiral
a
seaman
' jbvocATK office on Saturday. were: Dr. with the Deputy- fore going to Miami where they will the State Teachers' Association.' We the north a few days ago, and he already
bold dash for
liberty Nelson bond the battle
on Victory at.tbe
d Mrs E. E. Rollins Mlsa Minnie the balance of the winter. Titus has a large party waiting for the doorsto
| Sheriff in hot pursuit. Two shots were spend acknowledge(! receipt of some fine oranges of Tr.fa'lar.-New' York Tribune
of Live Oak Fla. Miss Bessie vllle will milts these ladies be open. The Magnolia Is a very popular i.
''Ones ; fired after the law-breaker to frightenhim popular young from Miss &I.utlu. for our editorial staff. l Deo. 24. General Superintendent R. T.
111118Eel& for tourist
Teun. stopping place
of Winchester ; this winter.
' Bard of Daisy Oa ; Miss but the merry race for capture and -Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Goldsmith of Gull, of the Florida Kast!: Coast Railway, d
Whltten Jones of Waycross Ga.; and liberty was kept up until he ran againstMr. -Mr. Chas. T.. Hobbs formerly cashier Tarenturn Pa., have been guests of the Is.. son of the late Mr. John loll the Manager Henry W. )Merrill of Hotel
and Miss Nettle Jones Trez Wilson, near Mima blacksmith I of the Indian River !Stale:: Bank Titus Sembler Cottage Tltusvllla, for the pant subject of the above article. Koyalton New York; Hotel Frontenao.. I .
4 this Mlms shop who held the lieer from justice i ville, was In town a short while on 'fues- week. They are spending the winter In Thou.an.1 Islands, N. Y. ; and the
place. until the Deputy-Sheriff arrived. The day en route to the nourishing town of Florida and may decide to locate here If !toyall'alm. Miami, was a passenger on
E .Mr. and and Mrs. F. J Simmons of negro Is now in jail awaiting his trial Miami, where be will hold a position in Mr. Oold.mlthInd./ ao opening In him CHURCH NOTICES.The Saturday's southbound train en routeto
SWtrolt. Mich., regular winter visitors for carrying concealed weapons, etc. I the palatial new Fort Dallas National line-the drug business. Mr. Goldsmith the county town of Dade to get his I
were passengers on Mon- WADDEM MIAMI Bank of !Miami, of which Mr. Wm. M. went duck hunting Monday and bag house In order for the opening Mr.
GO TO E. A. Tltusvllle
1 train-on this occasion choice bits of 'I Brown, of Titusville, Is the president. ged quite a number. Presbyterian Sunday Merrill has a host of friend. along the
i bright and talented daugh Fla., if you want to buy estate. Mr. Htibbn has been residing in Sanford school will meet at 3.M:: every Sunday Kast: Coast, who are always pleased to n
tROCkledl/e.recently married. Mr. and real estate. Manager of Cutler for several years, but will, later move Messrs. E. L. Wiley and II A. Mayer afternoon. see his genial countenance every winter.

have a host of friends on his family to the county town of Dade.Mr. jr., were guests of the Indlau River Services at the Methodist church, TI. Oo our 4th page of this Issue will be
who are always glad to Cat-IIoat For Sale. hotel I a few days having arrived from 4th
Jan.
at 11
next
tusvllle Sunday,
found the ad.. of Hotel Plaza Rockledge,
O. P. Stout the pianist of the Chattanooga: Tuna., the first of the
greeting. "New Rockledge Trio" wishes to an- week. Mr. Wiley Is part owner of the a. m. and 7 p. m. A. M, Dalger, pastor. managed by Mr. U. II. Peck a caterer to

fe"Ollcs repairs stoves bicycles etc. Cabin Cat-Boat fitted for cruising; nounce that he will\ accept a limited far-fnmed Dummlt orange grove near Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold IM- the wants of the traveling public for
bunks lockers, new nail. Cheap. number of pupils for the study of piano- the Hdulover and both gentlemen left vine service In St. Mark's church "Co many years. The Plaza I. one of the

Furnished House for Kent.rA 2 Address Box CO, Cocoa Fla. forte playing during the winter season. bore yesterday for the grove-to ship oranges coat on /Sunday next at 11 a. m. Also up-to-date hotels, being fitted throughout ,
Mr. Stout has been engaged for the pant and do a little hunting and fishing. In the Presbyterian chapel, Kockledge, with steam heat and private baths,
15 years In teaching work In the north, They expect to remain. month or so. at 7:10: p. m.For. and has accommodations for 20<> guests.
Sale.
: house five rooms com Yawl Outing for
seven-room and offers the mom advanced methods Mr. Peck Is also the manager of the New
,letely furnished for rent until ..prlng.I In technical work and Interpretation.For SHOES, SHOES SHOES. Walker Arlington/ hotel at Petoskey. Mich., the
Address, "P. O. Box :IB"Tltusville Length 20 feet beam 8 feet, draught further particulars, call or address, Co., Tltusvllle have an up-to-date line Sale, at Daytona. lending and largest summer hotel of the
: Fla. U Inchen. Good Cabin Two berths. O. F. Stout, New Itockledge Hotel, of Ladies', Children's and Gentlemen's Great Lakes. Hotel Plaza Is surroundedby
I Address Box 1'JT, Rockledge Fla. Shoes. bee them. J. K. Walker A Co. Choice IIsmmock lands, particularly magnificent orange trees covered S

Tents for Hale Cheap. 4t Tltusville Fla. adapted for growing Oranges also Irlll Ipotatoell. with bright and delicious fruit; and a
READ -THIS. Toys at fit) p..r cent from Will sell In lots of from If) toSO basket of these delicious oranges Is generally

i Protect your orange trees and tender Houseboat' For Sale. cost price next ten days, to clone out.J. Oyster Count ut Mcrrltt. acres. C. BUCKMAN' placed In the office, free, for the

.".>U from cold; SUO Me f'arland! tents. K. Walker &: Co., Titusville. Boys look out for the big Oyster 10m Jacksonville, Fla. guests.

for sale, cheap. For sale a comfortable houseboat, Roast at "The Wigwam" Merritt. Is-

WHo M. BJIOWN' Dimensions: length, 53ft.; beam 13ft. Gardner's Flyers. land. A moonlight sail evenings. Jap- For Hale, hearing Orange Orove, Launch Wanted.
Tltusville, Fla. 41 n. ; draught. 18 Inches; head-room In anese Lantern Music Hot Oyesteis. -
1IfI11llzell. cabin Oft. Anchors sails, bedding and Moquett velvet rugs $3.25 and $3..I1O Yum I Yum 11 hotel Opening night Wanted to buy a small gasolene launch

Launch for Sale. cooking utensils, etc. Reversible rugs 3xtt ft. . 1.75 soon. Watch for It. About four acres. Trees came through at once. BI.AIB Merrltt Fla.
I This cosy houseboat I. now lying at Sanitary matting, new . .43 the great freeze without being killed. .

153 feet long built by Geo. Glnirraas, Tltusvllle, and will be sold cheap. Smyrna' rugs ,h 50c. up. To :Musicians.: Not a leaf Injured since then by the cold' Horse for Sale. .
o ;one year old, first-class condition. Address, J. M. Lallin Tltusville Fla; Lamp stoves . 25 Reasons for selling. Terms to suit.
:Quipped with King engine speed 94ijjes. or C. F. Naetblng, 1W, Fulton street. Printing presses Ink, etc. . 5.0O A baritone horn for sale nearly new; LOCK Box HH, Young gentle, harness horse well

Address, New- York City. C. A..(IAUDrxa, Tltusville, Fla. cost UUJII); will sell for $12.00.: Can be 3t Melbourne Fla. suited for ladles to drive.
Launch, care ADVOCATE!:, I seen at the store of Address MOST HARDER: ,

Titusville, Fla. Launch for Sale. For J. R. WALE ER A Co., Pineapple and Orange Land. 2t Jensen, Fla.
Launch Sale. Fla.
I Tltosvllle -
soda for Sale or Charter. A a: ft naphtha launch, 0 horse power Wanted.Bids
Pinewood .
Morris Heights engine; cabin entire Launch "Manhattan," owned by the Choice pineapple. and orange land, on
tiD";; of the boat plate glass windows.Hags late H. Julius Wraith. Length, 35' feet. Printers Wanted. peninsular between Waveland and Sew- -
v cop yacht, 33 11 f feet beam, length ; Boat Ten h. Murray A Tregurtha engine. all's Point fronting on both the Indian asked for one hundred cords of
only
fleet draft, 5 years old, good cabin.fan. and leather cushions.3,7UO will Closed: p.cabin. Recently overhaul and Four swift, accurate and sober typesetters and St. Lucle Rivers beautiful location four-foot llgbtwood or mixed f.ob.
*, everything for comfort. Will two years'old.cash.Cost new, ; put In first-cUss condition Bottom, can secure employment at .-...0.00 near Gilbert's Bar Inlet. Sold In ft ami on line 1l". I;. C. Ry. Right reserved

for furnish the winter. Mica for boat fam- sell Make for IOiiOf early, application for this bar copper; sheathed. Speed, 0 miles. For per month for the winter months, by 10 acre lots. Also new, three-room cot- to relect any or all bids.
Will captain price and further Information Inquire of, applying at once to the tage to rent. Apply to W. K. Moses .
Address
Add TOM, gain. t Waterworks.
HOTEL IXDIAJT RIVE Mrs. II. Juucs HITJJ. : DRAJT Pirm.ifuiiso Co., C. U. RACBT, Agent ,
G. V. KOOKR: !, Waveland Fla. 4t West Palm lIe.cb. f U
Box 162, Jacksonville, Fla. 3t Kockledge, Fla. 27feb Rockledge, Fla. West I'alm Beach, Fla. lapl ,



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JANUARY 2. 1903.
EAST COAST ADVUOATE. I

:, SALE.NOTICE All. . . . . 3.1 35 87 WO4S

Z'G Itev. O. P. II. Martin, 1 L D ASTER'S W . . . . 1385 as aa: : so
could not project attacking that post!! with a Sw corner of Jot 8 ... 8 83 40 5 oo

The bullet In Forrest's side Memphis handful of cavalry and an Infantry Waverly Texas writes: "Of a mornlni IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER All. . . . . 8 S6 :17 i (lail 40

be found and he lay inactive at end ol brigade which won at hand. For the when firm rising I otter IInd a troubli by virtue mail and of a enred ducree; by of the foreclosure Circuit All . . . . . 5 30 37 G4.% '10
which < ana ale
for tlirco weeks. At tho purpose Forrest gathered a thousand some collection of phlegm, to prduces dli, Court for the Kourtli Ju.llulil Clroultof Florida AH . . . : . 0 80 37 Oil -((0WJj ,
that time be returned to Corinth and and one night advanced to the a cough, and is very hard In and tor Ihe Comity of Cay,In Chancery nittlnir nw of se>. s>i

was soon In the middle at the front troopers Federal outposts of the city, but Gen lodge; but a small quantity of linljard'II dIslodge.I I on therein the :*lril pending of twoeinlinr, wheieln, 1IMI2 The Pennsylvania In a certain of ee&: . . . SO :30 38 417 ,1/(,

While out reconnolterlng/ his horse lleaurcgnrd had meanwhile been ore hound Syrup will at once know of no, causa' Company for Insurances on Lives anil Orant-i W w>i of Ild:(, se :i of
eral the trouble l Is over. I and. the Jacksonville
high leap which reopened the niumand it, and Inir Annlllile..11t.) complainant ne>4t l1Jii' of se> e

took wound a and the !bull was extracted. given the chief and.Confederate hearing of Forrest's medicine that Is equal to It roost, and cordial it la I so! Alice, Titinua Williams.anil I)Key. J WllllamM West. Hallway: Roliert Company II. Coleman I -, V of e .(. . . .M SO 38 5fia\ ,mAll ,

remained with his old command In Tennetwe abandoned. pleasant to take. I can Archibald Roper M. T Kunilall IUI *"..IItnee . . . . 31 3(1( 38 6.1t1!) .<,">
Forrest movement needing R
uutll midsummer then was promoted purpose ordered the recommend it to all persons, troubles.1" of Ilolinrt H. OuloiuanI. I the. Chatham Harriet AValKer National AH . . . . 30 SO :38 I (i3.v: ;-

and assigned I medicine for throat or lung Hank. Kilward H. McDonald MliislMliiul' Valley lloal- NW74'Slt . . . 63(31)) 48) i ,
brigadier general cavalry operating The month of November found Dragj: i 1'rice 2-io. COo; ill bottle at Ii. 1:. Wilsoi ty Frank Company W. 1'opeand, lire defendants the ;I will olrer for sale All . : . . . 7 3(1( 30 040< ",

to the com maud of the In full retreat to M: urf reesboro. where & Hon.!: anil suit l<> the highest lililik-r fur t'Dsh at public..aldCount.y VV of 8W>i. . . 8 BJ( 31) 79vil !) ,
nd In Its march door of the
with llruw's coin ma force of he decided to make n stand against' the Coincidence."While outcry of before the state Court of House Florida. Iu the City of ( . . . . 17 3(1( 39 31HCU !'

to Kentucky.: Organizing a Federals. In the march northi A Supreme' Court Green Cove ClaYI! IIgM. therein on the 1. . . . . 18 ::16 3D 6-10-

1,500 imlieTH he soon bccumo a terror purmilnK the Confederate cavalry' had In Reunion the associate, jUI'ltc't'ot : 1903.tlia \\i\ . . . . ID! ::111 so onil .,

to all outlying Federal detachments. i ward leadership of General the United States supreme court nri FIRST MONDAY IN FEltniTAKY!: A. H., \ . . . . 20 38( 3!) 04.-J: w
.
night capture been Under the side of the chief Jutlce l .siC'.ml day of RaM mo th, : 28 30 81)\ 240
Ills first swoop was the soldier and seated on either name >cinline \V of nw sw . ,?

of SIurfreesboro, when he gathered la Joo Wheeler, a him West to Pol take lit the Held, ns I In the order of Ihelr commissions. and.' ,a the legal, property.salusday ilescrlLwd, wIthin Iu tho mild leiiul ili'creo' hours, asfollawHt ofnlH A II . . . . ":21) 30 30 040 *

over 1,7(10( Federal prisoners. In thla i Itrugg 1 selected to be the oldest In coinmlxHlon ou bin right, 1\.11. . . . . .30 :30 so! ((110 m
chief of the new cavalry corps The I mortgaged property mentioned anil described . .31: 80 30 OIJ7: #(
affair Forrest showed that almost Wheeler ; the next oldest on his left;: the thll't1ltt ad In the: lilll: ofcom- Vll . . .
of
of united organized. The new role nIl the fourth BCCoud In mild decree anil partiouliirly deitcrlbed ,1\.11. . . . . 32 80 :3 m! 040 i,
fierce reuolutcuvss purpose TenncsHci second on tlvo right;; n pin I lIt In mild caui-e,
which stamped loft nothing for Forrest In east on alternately in Exhibit "ft" thereto excepting the lamm. ',\11. . | . . . 33 :3( 30 041 /HVll'
with skillful strategy >, and hH was ordered to take his on the left, and HO theretofore sold ilesorlbeil Exhibit"11" to the ; . . . . 2 37 38 0:11): !) ,I.*
him as the ideal raiding chief. Columbia nnd prepare the youngest In coinmtKHloii( occupying mid bill to-wit .Mltnate lying und<1 liolnir In the 'Vll' 4 37: .'18 057Vll' /
old brigade weft to counties of Hruvard Clay, Citrus, Duile, IteBoto, . . . .
Hiding forward with hl", advance, to full upon (irant's line of com the peat on the extreme' It ft. Lake Lee Manatee, Marlon( Monroe, Orange; ', . . . . {0 37 38 640Vll -:

Forrest was at once scout and com munications. For some men this would 'When Justice Field was the seiilot liweola, St. JohnH Binnror Volimla. described I'olk. .. ', I'. . . . . 10 37 38 040 'M..

mander. In the IIrut rush at Mtirfreesboro been the removal of-a brave but associate this arrniiKCineiit produced I'ntniini follow,*In: thu State of .Florida, and Vll . ; . . . 12 87 88 04(1( *
have as
Qe the Eighth Texas cavalry struck overx.cn'loux soldier to n field this curious result: Tlie names of the. IN HREVARD COUNTY. Vll'. . . . . 14 37 .'18 038 ,"-

the lie.'irt of the Federal encampment, poHHlbly with little importance attached justices ou the rlkht; had but a single 800. T. B. AcreM ,,Vll . . . . 18 :37 38 044\ -

wild dismay ou all sides. of hard work Gray Itrown and Whitewhile All ... .... . . . .. .7 20 a* una no :\Vll' . : . . 10 37 MS 013
spreading but Forrest was not the man syllable--Field, .. .. .... .. .. .. 0 'JO! 34 81.200:
,
frao
88
allot \jl. . . . . 20 37 041LU
THE WIZARD Although there was heroic resistance the names of thore ou the leftbnl all off run. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...10 120 >Ii.4 4011 : '
shelved.
result bud been* decided by the to be syllables-Ilarluu, Brewer, Lots 1,2,3 and *.. .. .. .. .. .. ... 10 ".0 84 287 81 ,\ . . . . ; .24.! 37 38 031)) I u
the The Tennessee river rolled betweenForrest two allot frao ... .. .. ... . ... .... !H: 20 34 840Lotsl j\\ . . . . 20 37: 38 041) 11jl
G bold! Inltlnl blow. : and his uew field, of operntlons Shiran and I'eckhain. All were married nnd 3..... .. .... .. .. .'M 20 34 1IU 7(1So ( \ . . . . 28 :37 3S 0'Wjl \: <,

OF THEO and the line wan watched over by the \ but no one of the jiiHticea; on the \corner of..".vi..X. .<.>.l..ru. ..%... .... .. .......31:30 20 20! 34 36 4000N /o OnHeHofre \ . . . . .2.!!) 37 38 Oil ,

SADDLE cpTuy'8 Hcouts. Halting nt Clifton right;; had ever,hud any children< while uorner of lot 4. ... .. .. .. ... ..IU 20 'Ml 300 \H . . . . 80 :37 38 043: M

Forrest prepared his command for the each of those on the left hud both children allot frao .. .. .. .. .31 20 3(1 21 11K ,11 n. . . . . 31 37 38: 041 '11Jl
.. ... ...... ... ... .. 1 21 114 HO DOXwUofnwfef
arduous nnd dangerous task uhead. a lid grandchildren. The colors : "\ofnei/J .. .. ... .... .... .... 2 21 34 40 I Oil \ . . . . .32 :37 38 0118n: [,

) O O COD :Meanwhile the Federals were active In were all on the 1.Iuht.-OI'II}',, Ill-own and WK of lieu. nej< of ne'/J. .. 13 21 34 120 00NwW V\'. . . . . 3a: 37 38 319 mJl ,
of ne Wne orn H_. .. ..221/ 34 80 ,no>> . .:34 :37 :38 OUT:
of defense while the left wiia colorless.Youth's .- \ . . . (I. HS
strengthening their means White- 8e/of nwjjoinwji.. .. . ... 2tl ji| 34 10 oil
[ICopyrlffht.' )HI"! )!'. ,bj' O. I* Kilmer.] line of communications. Companion. all$of frao ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 21 38 103 BONMiifnM \11 . . . . Sit 37 38 030'i:
for Grant's of sw of nwjf, ne# JJ . . . . . 4 37 :30 J50: I.,
OV. IT-. ,",C. Ocnorul, Grant J Troops were brought In from the north ofswK.. .. .. ... ... .... .. .. 0 21 3.1 BOJtfl \U . . . . . 5 87 30 (>37 'ij-
... ... ... .. .. .. .. .II 21 :lilt 240 no
: H: :>t liin iiriny In niotlun to at- und the south to re-enforce the garrisons It takes S.r.oo.ooo "grain of oats to .alloffrau.all . ... ... .. .. .. .... ... la: 21 lIB 04(184( \U . . . . . (0} :37 :31) 055;;; "i iU

!L"V tju'l lllL foiilVilc'riitu HtronK- at the chief points und the scat sow an ncrts :!.soo.I()() of barley and Nw corner of n(>X of noW ...14 21 39 S 00WJiof \ . . . . . 7 :37 31!) lIm: > 7'U '

.".) hula[ at VIckMhtirK, on the titrviigthenod.A of wbuat.! nwUw4of KwK.sojiof \ . . . . . 8 37 311!) 040() Nil
tered outposts were only 1.000.000 ... ..... .. .. .. .. ..10 2t 3rt 20000nlloffrao
l\11lljllllllpp! [. Tim Ydcrul I troops, InN cautious soldier looking over the .wl<( . .. ..... .. .. ....:M: 1:1: 3A 18900M. \U . . . . . 0 37 311!) (US"ri, .
tbrH( coliiinim to bo iniilrr tlio personal have declared winKof) "ej<, sw} of .80U ,\'!%, w1, of se}: . .1037 :m! 80S ''II''
would >>
IcncliTHliIp of Crnnt, Klu-rmnn and field ahead of Forrest Cure"* Illood ami Skliiji:; >l.scasos, .. .... .... .... ... ... ..S5 21 :35 J 00000N UI|| . . . . 15 37 80 OS.1': I IU la
It foolhardy' for a of lieu of nwK, a w
Jld'lirrHon vfvro ordPiiMl to concentrate that was to Itching: Humors. Kczcmn, V cornerof uorner .seK of nwi< .. ...20 21 8S SO noBe 11 I . . . . . 17 87 :tt'J 037 <14
[baud of 1,800 men to attempt cope ofse( .. ... .. ...3i> 21 39 4000NJ4 UI . . . . 18 :37 !19 0.-I07: *
In northern MlMMlHHlppl.jrnnt'a \ with the garrlHona of the towns uloug Scrofula, l<:tc. of nw\(.sw of na'/twK ofo'4. 1I1 . . . . . 10 87 30 040 > ;*
( nuppllcH for the MlnslHcjppl \ .. .. .... .. .T.. 81 21 3S 20000Hw
army drawn from tho line of the Mlsulsslppl Central Send no money-simply write and try corner" of V/f of wi.) .. S.J: 21( 35 o 00nlloffrao .11 . . ?. . 20 37 31)! 03!' JO(,

cnniunlKii liuU to ho since any point attacked could summon Botonlc Blood Hal in at our expense. A ... ... .. .. 35 21 35 12700BwK d 11 I . . . . 21 37: III!) O.'IS: '

ColimibiiH, Ky., over the MlnNlHslpplCen help by train from nearby points >ersonal trial of Blood Balm is better of nw'X, wK of tH'V at nw dl . . . . 22 a7.:11laB: !) ( I I.,
I nil railroad. Tliln lontt lino of thousand printed testimonials, so S X, nX 01 ..wJ, swj/of ...wI I) 22 3H 1 0 00Re \Z . . 23 87 3 II!) 31!'
but with Forrest's way of doing things than" corniT uf "WI i,4 of neVi .. 8'J: ::1/1/ 15 IWhots v . . 7
communication wan Kiinrdcd, by RoldlfiH there would be no time to summon iou't hesitate to write for a free sample. 2 and 4. .. ... 7 2'J SA 131 Bo ..II|| . . . . 20 37 3!) (it:> '

Ntiitloiii'd In forts at Ilollvnr, He would strike and carry the If vou sutler from ulcers, eczema scrofila Nw corner of ni 5f of nwi'4 ..m! 14 :ill loon II . . . . 27 37 SI) 0t: !' '
help. of 110' of 27 2! H7: 10 "0ill.
JackHou ii nd Humlioldt, wont Tonnes- day or else be, off to a more InvitingHeld. blood poison>> cancer oat Ing soies 8w.otin-er... ... ... /&. .. .neVi. .. .. .. .. .. I ft :.11 :3A 63884i" ,11 . . . . .28 87 :30 040I "
81.0, and In blockuouxcH ut nil the river Just the onefor telling; skin, pimples bolls bone pains .. ... . .. .. .. 7 31 3fi tVlUBUNi ,II[I . . . . 20 :37 31)!) (HO ..1 I
At liniiorlunt points, cant The enterprise was II wettings, rheumatism, catarrb, or an.v of lie'/., swi,i of nu'/4i wU of II . . . . .:30 :37 all! 040 Ii' >
croHHlnKM./ under bold lender who .. .. .... .. .. ..9 :81' 38 I 620 I IHI>>
bold men a blood or skin disease we advine you to Bt',4. H II . . . . 31 i7 3!) (i(8:( 40 '/
of tlio line tlicrowvre also Btrontf jrnrrlfioiiii and all. .. ... .... ... ..... .. 17 31 3ft (13772 ,
l1'r'nllo nKaliixt ut- fared little for the danger wl'rerl'lIl1y ake Itotanio Blood Balm (It. B. 13.). ill .. . ,. .. .... .. ... .. ... .10 31 8A 037 "H8 II ;. . . . . 321: :37 3!) OU7: i dtl! f fII
to offer a to take del'eut If fate should go Especially recommended for old. obstl- all.... .... .. ...._. .. ... .. .. 2>II i MI HA 6:11I"M: . . . . 3J: 37 3!) 0:11): !) 4.: '
the <
from east TennoHHco where 31 8.1 ((141 /Mtil
tack* igalust them. This was the case with late, deep seated cases of malignant all..3 II . . . . 34378OW!) : *'
.. .
>>
,, In force. .. .. .. ..... .... ..... .. .. 33 nl an H.IIM-: \
Collt 'rl1tes were horrent and his bund when they set blood or skin diseases because Botanic all.... .. .. ... ...... .. .. .. .... I 33 37 04364 .11 . . . . ,35;; 37 31)!) 04i: Hrw (
At tlio time Ornnt WHS looking hopefully >nt to raid tho lines behind Grant, who ilood Balm (B. B. B.) kills the poison In nil ... ..... ... .. .. .. .. ... II 83 37 6W *l . . . . 30 37 8!) 15il!!!) )
ahead nouthwnnl where all el failsheals all...... 1.. .. .. .... ..... ..... ..1.1: H.'l; 37 C+> 84
for n upvmly victory little mixpt'cted the movement nnd. Ifle the blood cures 111., .. ..... ... .. .. .... ..in 33 37 (I.1H HO ---
tlio Confederate general HrnxR.: at hntl. would have scouted It aa Im- very sore, makes the blood pure and ''all...... ... .. .. ...... .. .. .. .21 33 37 801.1: 00 Total. . . . . 7 ,207 r.'
ltIurtrl' horo. devised a plan of ImriiHsInff rIch. gives; the skin the rich glow ofenlih. ..II.... .... .. .... .. .. ... .. .2:1 33 37 (14140 A deposit will be required to be miult
( OHslble of SUCCCPB.GEOUGB. Ii. B. B. the most perfect blood ..II.... .. ...... .... .... ... ..M! :3.1: 37 fI.ln 28 i .
the IftHleriil runr In wont Tennessee.Ho L. KILMER.Yielded : ill.... .. ........ .. ... .. .....27 3.1 37 1137: 11.1 I [ y each bidder with the Master: in
chow/ for the lender of this enterprlso purifier made. Thoroughly tested foriOears. ; all. .. ........ ... .. . .. :211 34 H7 M-l 04 Ir Ilsh or by satisfactory' certified cherk
Costs $1 per large bottle at drug all...... .... ... .... .. .. ..31 3.1 37 Km; 44 fore bidding, of two cents ocr,
General Nathan Hertford ForrpKt, to Nvoraaltr.. To It cures sample ofilood all...... .. .. .. ..... ... .. .... m 33 37 aw: 411 I Iall. per
a cavalry commander who hud made tores. prove .... ... ... .... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. M 33 3T ftm: 72W'i ion the )lands included in any one
The flumps, which had bopnn on the Balm sent by writing Blood Balm .. .. .. .... . ... 5 33 w 3'043(0W'J ( fer for bids.
his mark In buttle, but moro OHpeclallys top Iloor nf the apartment house' were Co. Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and I n'iofse'i\ .se'/iof ..e\\.. 7 33: .in 410110( H. II. BUCKMAX.
it Holdler of resource on IsoluteO Jl'OIupI'JiT IN A PIOHT.Do tnaklng their way rapidly' downward. all. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. Ill U.1: IJjf"" (* Independent\ attacks upon ld"fl tho taken nt MmfreeHboro The Janitor was the last to leave."I This Is an honest offer-medlclnisent all. ..... ....... ...... ... 21 3.1: 118 R41 I'l'
posts of the enemy. prisoners at once, prepaid. .11. .. .... .. ... .. .... ... .. .. .... 211 33 3A am na
,tf T entered the war an Torrent withered In COliorNCH hate to retire under flre. he said nil.. .. .. .. .. ... .... >..... .. 31 38 !1H 64140I'l Notice.
i it Forrest originally a train of / Rome ambulanccs. emerging! from the building ;just ni .. .. .. .... ... .. ... . .... 33 3.:! 38 640 mtouth
-
tl'ur. He enlisted. In a Tennessee wagonx ..... .. .. .
an a nlll Notice to Creditors. part of lot 4 H :3.1 40 BOO CONCERNED
cavalry reuluieut, but the governor four cannon 1.200 muskets the flonr above him fell In. "but 1 1guess I all.. ... .. .. ... .... .. ... .. 3 :i4 31 6HO 48illof 4..i LI.JOB.. 1'. Hrown. 'an TAKEOTI'E SherIff anti ex-ufllrl.THAI.
:
I'll have to. -Chicago Tribune. .((oos se"601 B'" V') .13 34 M 47441.1
and 30,000 uniforms, and yet trained Aumlnlsrrauir. .
of tlie state 8iuv that talent would DISTh.IBIIWe '*',.. ........ .... .. .. .. ....- 34 3H 321401 ,. of the Kntate!: of,1. C. Krlnk
army officers who heard of the projpc rno ALL cREnrioRS LEGATEES .. .... ,Ulloa1 euHeil. lia 111.hili/ HiicfreHtlim In wrltii>){ ">f
bo wasted should be remain lit the claims I demand a ill I. .. . . .. 1114 3M ( .
before Forrest left the tnllill Confpd Ilcxt Ivlnlniciit on ICartli. 1 anil all )eil.orelortn
ranks and authorized/ him to recruit a RKuiimt. tue Katata aiL... ...... .... .. ...... . .. .11 114 3H f4't>> 24 pemoni hnvlnitrldln aurnlnvt snlil
regiment of his own. lielng a man ofruKtfed ('I'llte camp>> at Chattanooga/ declare Henry D. D"Jd..ln.. Snpt. City Wate UlohardH ilewuiiuil.Vou notified elalim 1111. .. . .... .... ..... ,. .11 84 ,S- 4l 0ltl' ale a>p hereby reqiil'eil to appear and tile,
that IIvn' n ratdi undertaking anti Works Shullsburg, WIs., witius: "! hav hereby within to prenent your from theexpiration alt. .. ....... .. .. .1. ... .. .. 17 34 88 6420(1(' ?'.elll'me properly the 4Hi aiithMntlcatf il I |I.<.inj Court on IT
type himself ho.drew around tried kinds nf liniment, but have. to the imdernlurnuil. two jeur otherwine the all. ...... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. Ill .14 K8 K42K01II ilay ol April IIft'3.Ord"rn.1 '
him a hardy cliiss of young men good could, but end disaster. for Forresnnd lining of ttiia a>Jall. 'this st'th: tiny of Hofteinlier. A. D. 1002Sent
hU command.Af'.er never received much benefit until I nseilliilluid's Buuie will h"I.le.lell In KlfHARng.Executrix 1|.. ... .... .... ..... . .. ."7 84 88 lW; 00 [ ] A. D. I'K1 *Kn2iinar \.
riders Rood nhooteru and as bravo as Know Liniment for rheumatlsn J LAHC Will nfTliimmii alt ... .. .. .. . .. .. .. .211 t4: :M 1 1141110 1 I' : County JudgeExecutor's
tho IJrn\'I'lit. At that time Kentucky : tho success at Murrrpl'lIboro1"OI.rl"t and pl lns. I think It the/ bear liniment K of, Richards tho deceaaed. all. .. ... .. ... .. .. ..M H4 .w 1141 on -
,
In hoxtlle toward tho hovered around central I Ten.III'HH.'O 8wTITUSVILLE'S 'I'' .... .. .... ... ... .. .1.1 :t4 .18 8-111 onV"i Notice.
fiOo and bottle It
was acting n way on earth. 2Dc/; :$1 at Ii. Eden; Fla., Dea. 1, IINU. ;
... .. ... .
until moved .. .. .. .. .. .. .3'114 38 32(1: OIlall
Confederates, but' Forrest needed arms Itrngg'H: army forward Wilson A Son ... .... ..... ....... ..... .. 7 a" 8T 11417<1 1all. -
for his men, und there were recruits! In following cloHely the retreating ... ... .. ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. 17 M 37 'IM /ftH
Federals toward : border TRAINS. "II..... . ... ........ ... '11 SB .17 H4J8H. To all whom It may nonorrn I
the Hlne Grass. region anxious to join Kentucky I'alnir Straw to Improve Road. all .'.. .... .... .... .... .. 21 11'IIi' ((140 !'4 MP.,:rOTICE W HERKHV: the Teiuiesneo' chief. It required tact Forrest was sent'to the left flank ol of Walla Walla The following are the times of arrival .11 .... .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 27 .15 .17 11\1120: 1, [ months from the ilateof this. notice I will
the army to guard It from surprise The farmers county all .. .... .. ... ... .... ... .. 2!> an 37 01l''I present my! final' . the Honorable
to get tho arms and horno equipments Wash., ore trying the experiment of and departure of passenger. trains to and .... .... ..... ... ... .. .. .31 35 37 4100 D. I'enney, Comity :Tuilie|: In anil for Itrevanlintv. ,
cross the bonier under the eyes of When Urn Kg hud passed on Into Kentucky : from Titusvllle: C'' State of Florlila, anil' *
Improve !
Forrest remained behind wltbInxtructions laying/ their roads with straw to "IVe Jl mtnmil I MS Hxecinor of t 8a Irci'w:;; :.:*
pies ntul oneiulm but Forrest ucewled them says tho New *:ork Trib SOUTHBOUND.LeavesTltnuTllle \ cannot Riiarantee to publiihtemit 'n ipseii, lute of the County of llrevar- State .>!
rr:
and throughout tho war always to raise and organize the' for MlHinl and )I < .."PNOKTH1100ND. _, 101'1111\. drceaseil.
-
Kvery full the highways become Intermediate at I
une. iointi
rl\ reacb this ollice before
COl1r..tI..1I that
nor JOHN
tell In Tennosnee. Krugghoj <>>> SORENShN
looked to the territory of his foes for
doep with dust making traveling hard Vxeouto'of Kntateof Hang Jepvsen.sen .
supplies. >ed to conquer Kentucky, anti the ou mau and beast. Heavy ruins meant Leave Titusvllle Intermediate for Jacksonville points' I I I 1'.? p'*"' ODD on TlltU'Bl\8.) Jt,.. Fla Nov. la, 11)02. lam B-uii
troops under Forrest would guard his
Tho first brilliant stroke of war by mud nnd the dust could not be removed Tttusvtlle for Snnford 1 :fW a.in
Forrest was at the attack ou Fort communications with! the base at Chat without destroying the road \rrlves Tltimvllle\ from 8anfor 1:19 p.m:

Donclson. He wanted to tight and offered tanooga.
way. It then occurred to an enterprlaIntf ,
Hragg'M,; Invasion however ended in Official Supply' House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
to break the hold! of Ornnt upon
Individual that If all of the farmerswould
the position If allowed his way. Thin. failure- The Federals again held Nnsullle -
contribute straw and all bands i Homes
\ >. and Forrest. conceived the during; Virgin The Net and
wan denied him but when It came to nstilst In laying It on tho roads mosttl'II'l'I..1 Chicago Twine Co.

surrendering the fortress. and all thognrrlmm there would be a great change

t Ills Independent nature rebelled for the better. The experiment was a Manufacturers of-

nt the ett'llll'tte of war. He refused You learn all about Lands
Starling ana Slaying.At decided IIIWCI'''". The farmers turned Virginia ,
to surrender hliimelf nnd told! mode
Its of cultivation
out In force, plenty of straw .was offered resources, products
the conuiiumler of Donclson lie conld \ etc. reading the
prices, by
ready bands laid It to tho depth
take his men out and what was more, the start in a long race, the advantage Virgin In Farmer. Send lOcta. B
of 'a foot or more on the main thoroughfares O
ride to Nuftlivllli and help suve that often appears to be with an outsider.Hut for H months subscription to the
Important Confederate from the race Is won not in starting but of the county, and traveling Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. i
post cap in staying. The quality which wins is became easy. Three hundred miles", of
I
ture. He called his men around hint >
staying power. It is so iu the race of I roads will be covered with straw this
aiid gnve them their choice to ride out
life.
I
I Staying fall M
"A NEW INVENTION.
through the Federal linos or surrender. power wins, and'as

As for hlniHflf he was going Olltat a rule the best If Unwell taH < I

all hazards. To a man they followed stayer is the man Try a !\no bottle of Ilerhlne notice the FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description I

and be kept his word.l with the belt Improvement speedily effected la your Denlern
In Seine 'J I
>urtng the hard flgutlnx of the Infantry stomach. Allph'lIical appetite, enerzr, strength and vigor.VVatch Recently Patented allOver the World. Originators of wine Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.
Wholesale
Prices direct to the Fishermen.
strength how It br'irhteon!( the spirit gives
nt Shlloh, Forrest was occupiedpkkvtlng 79-81-M E Indiana. .
is derived from freedom from Icdltretitlon\ and debility. Chtfiigo: 111.

tho lines. There were ni> food which is Isaac !Story, Ava. Mo., writes Sept loth, u. vfention The ADVOCATE in your I letter...

mounted troops engaged In the battle properly disrated \I1KM\ ). "I was In bud health, I hail stomnch The Walton.
proper but when the Confederates and assimilated.Vherr trouble for Ii month, aUo dumb We are l\Iemht'rli of the Illinois FUhermeo's Asaoclatt-m.

were forced to retreat the cavalry was \ the food chills. Dr. .1. W. Mory prescribed Herbine -

called In to protect the renr. After eaten I I. only partly It cured me la two weeks. I can ----.---.--- --- -------- ---

the Confederate' Infantry had retired digested and not recommend It too highly. It will do Self-Locking Tackle Block:

from Slilloh church Forrcut was left assimilated there \11 yon claim for It." :Sold by Ii. R. O:8.A.S :SL'"t.T: 00. ,
is a loss of nutrition Wilson A Son.:
with but 1CU sabers to meet the adVance
which means BIT. oiv.. K.r St.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
of the Federal cavalry and Infantry. a IOM of strength Made In various shapes and sizes, of

The "Federal advanced to the Tn.t."AVhnt .
'and the general WOOD, IRON" and BRONZE. Will
ehl1rlCt'.but In ,crowing' stream the line I result ii physicalbreakdown. do you suppose' Is the secret work equally well with chain or
rope,
1 of Miss: \ Itlund's social ?"
wm broken nnd nt that/ moment For success

1 rest ruahcd III. sabering right anil left Or. Tierce's Golden Medical PUcoverygives "She always remembers exactly what wire rope. FULL. I

I So !luhI.uVIIS the onset thnt the I strength ami staying power, becftune to forget"-Indianapolis News.Caution Will work at any height, upside down,

*nemy gave way In confusion, and For it cures diseases. of the stomach horizontally' at any angle, and will
;
h r rest followed up with Impetuous dar and other organs of digestion and nutrition. stop and lock a any point.

j Ill/:. When clone to the fleeing line of and .assimilation It enables. of the the perfect food l eaten digestion and 'I'M* I I..* not a ,gentle; word-but when Invaluable for every kind of business EXPRESS
,
fugitives! Forrest found himself alone. rou think how liable yon are not to purbano -
K so strengthen the body\ naturally by the where a block l Is needed frequently save PREPAID
for 7 the
Several I shots >>c only remedy universally
were llred
at the
Intrepid nutrition derived front food.
the labor of man or
known and ng one more
a remedy that ban bad the
loader and
Imllet
one of large caliber **I wn troubled with !m1ff"tlnn! for about argent sale of any medicine In the world Nothing like It for hanging or (itretchng -
penetrated his left side to the spine. two writm l Wtn Bowker Fun of Juliactta -
\ Ills home YLh: Co Mnho.: I trirtl 1 ditirrf nt ttootomnml ilnce 1 08 for the cure and treatment of wires. \j9?
tl. was ul.io badly wounded. rrmvdtea, \ but to no avntl. uatil I wrut Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles
Instantly the Federals surrounded the ti> vou mul vou tulil" niv whnt h' ito. ulfvred without losing Its great popularity Address all communications to the
wounded with 14 pmn Iu my iloniach .u>l left Mile and
rider and while some wanted tliuiitiht that it wrimli! k.11I..... Now 1 am |[ln"l nil tliese yearn, you will be thankful we
to capture bint others shouted: "Shoot to write tht aiiil let jntu know that I *ra all alled:your attention to lioacbee's German Walton! Self-Locking Block Go .

r Win!" "Stick him!" "Knock him oft riftht I ,Ion',I hnvc can, lo that tuv llreU work fevlinx now without that" I pain uaed and to Syrup. There are so many cough remedies -

llt* horserAVltU have five Untie* of Ur llercfa itolden Med made by druggists and others that (Incorporated.) I Doz.

his. revolver Forrest cleared ical Oliwovery: find: two vial. of hut rlcftnt1'ellrtit' ire cheap and good\ for light colds "..r-
apathway cured m Office and Wareroom, 404 Atlantic Ave.
hRPI. but for severe Cough Bronchitis
and rode out of the iiet. Hut Accept no substitute for Golden Med Croup-and especially for Consumption. N'ear Howe's Wharf, Elevated Station.BOSTON DfLrvraco foi

lila limbs were benumbed\ and the surKcoas ical Discovery. There is. nothing i where there la difficult expectoration anicOlIgbl J29ts

: ordered him to the rear. Ills a" gooil" for diseases of the stomach, n during the nights and rnorn- MASS. $122&

wounded hone bore up until Corinth bloori'and )unKs. ngn, there l Is nothing like German Syrup. $9P

:wa reached) and then fell dead of hli. Dr. Pierce's relict are nay and plea*, Sold by all druggists In civilized world. Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADVOCATE .
,tit Q.JlItJiI. ant to take. A most ellcctive laxative. G. O GREEX
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professional Cards. Descriptive, Price ListOF place. A Vl'r1tulllles'rlptlon' of these Yort Capron suitable for orange trees, DEERSLAYER AGED' TEN. I DO YOU GET UP

lots given In a descriptive circular on grapes, guavas, eto. Price if 100.No. .

EO. M. BOBBINS, this property will be sent on applioatlon. : 102. The Ntf. of SEV4 of hen. 33: Ito Ilrokv Animal'. L... Wttti M !atone! WITH A LAME BACK ?
r OUR Lot No. I Price $1,1)00.00.Lo) and and Thou Cot II. Thrunt.
theNAVt of SEVj:, of Sec. 3t( Tp :JI;
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Pineapple Grapefruit Orange No. 2, Price:, $.>,2(>0. Cash |'n each case S., R. :30 East containing 120 acres Eddie* 1Viibert. the ten-yenr-o4il son Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
of 1l.\' Wllovrt. n farmer residing,: lit
AT-LAW. No. 3. A Pineapple Plantation on Price, .r f20). -----

Ml practice In State and United States south side of St. Lucie River. This i la No. 103.: Lot lrHeo.' 5, Tp. 3.J: S., 11. 40( At't Wayne county. In.. ttWI deer' Almost everybody who reads the news- j
other
t"'OMslnI flijd near hs: home time
Lemon know I
and Vegetable Land 45 of land tinSt. ; papers Is sure to of the wonderful
Court. acres pineapple facing on E.containing30.70acres. This lot i ia Is day and started In pumilt. nays a Pure cures made by Dr. ,

'Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. Luck River In Dade County tfla quarter of mile front on the oceai Jcrvls (N. Y.) dispatch to tin New IL ,=!.J Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
in Brevard County The place is highly improved there be- beach, and extends half way across the York Times. the great kidney liver

lug 12 acres of bearing pineapples. peninsular towards Indian River. 20 After running 1ft"w rods the boy and bladder remedy.It .

L. GAULDEN, ON THE yielding 2,2S1, crates of pineapples In acres are good rich hammock. (Goo threw n stone which broke one or the It lathe great of the medical
triumph nineteenth
ATTOR Y-AT-LAW the season. of 1002: and netting over all nailing. and turtling on the reef otthe animal's hind 1 lejrs. 'Tilt! l'ltI1I1t then I UI century; discovered --

INDIAN RIVER expenses .2,000, or 20 per cent of the shore Price, $ion.NI nlilc to overtake the dit-r and nt once I I Itt after years of
1U practice In all the Comma of the State BttncUe'd It with n club. A florce light 11 O scientific research
Full by
asking price.! printed description >. 110. s utli part of Lot I. and
\Florida, and the United States Court. punned' and the doer eve-ntvmllj I1 & Dr. Kilmer the eminent -
FLORIDA.In of this place on application. Send for all .8 and 4 ..;.
south part of Lot 2, of Lots -
.0 Box,230. TirUBVILLE. FLA.J. knocked the boy to the Jrou1tll.Jut\ he kidney and blad
it, yore will be Interested It Is the and the north part of NE::1.i J of 1\1't.i: oSec. clung rust anti foully dealt It a 'blow' der specialist, and Is

the description of laud, we make only thing for sale in this well known ;W: and small part of Lot 2, Sec. 31, over the head that stunned' It. Eddie wonderfully successful In promptly curing

WEBB use of the terms spruce pine scrub-oak, vicinity. Price $1OnOO. Tp. 31 S., It. 4J E.; being 110 acres adJoining next run to his homo where ho secured lame back kidney, bladder, urlo acid troubles -
e and Brlght'3 Disease which Is the worst
ATTORNEY-AT-LAAV, hickory, cabbage palmetto and ham- No. 4. A fine Home and PineApple the postofllce at St. Lucie, directly a table rnrvlmx knife and cut the deer's form of kidney trouble.

mock in the following senses : Plantation on Indian Klver. This pro- opposite the Indian River Inlet thront. Then hi went after nn uncle to Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root la not rec-

,Will cult.practice Taxes In paid the Courts for non-residents of the 7th The spruce pine, scrub-oak and hickory perty consists of 20 acres of fine pineapple and in clone proximity to the, place of help carry the carcass home. The deer ommended everything but If you have kld- I

d I rents and accounts collected. is the ridge varying from 15 to '511 land with nearly eleven acres of SenatorM.\ S. Quay. The railroad runs wchlwtl130, poumli noy, liver or bladder trouble it wilt be found '
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
UVILLE, FLORIDA.D. feet in altitude, and suitable' for pineapples young bt'aringpilleappips. Fine riverfront through the tract. This la one of the Don't Worry., In so many ways, In hospital work In private
and a part of it for lemon, lime I of over 750 feet. Produced 1,501" best bodies of land and most desirable practice among the helpless too poor to purchase *
and orange trees. i crates of pineapples last season, and location for a town ,to be found on the Thin U easier said' than consider clone the, yet mat I It relief and has proved ao successful i
PENNEY be of some help to
The cabbage palmetto ai-d hammocks' will produce 2,000 to 2,500\ crates next East Coast. Price for the entire tract ter.may It the cause something over which been every made casa that by which a special all readers arrangement of this paper has

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. are of two classes, high and low, according -' crop. Good house and various build of 110 acres, $10,000.()( This tract is also. you have no control It la obvious that who have not already tried It, may have a
to elevation. They usually; He ings. Only GOO feet from the railway subdivided, and will be sold In lots ot worrying will not help the mutter In the sample bottle sent free by mall also a book e

TDSVILI.E, FLORIDA. near Indian River. They are very rich station of White City. Don't fail to one acre up. Write for prices and map least. On the other hanoi aot.Vhon If within you telling: more about Swamp-Root and how to
control have to
only you
you find out If have bladder trouble.
kidney
11[ practice In all the courts of the 7th lands;and mostly suited to vegetableand send for full printed, description ot No. lit. The iVy of NW>.( of Heo, have a cold and fear an attack of ttnonraontn When writing you mention reading or this generous

Judicial Circuit. grove purposes. this place. Price, $9,000.00. 20, Tim 35 :S., R. 40 E., containing 81) buy a bottle of Chieniberlain'sCough offer In this and ","
Attention is particuhrrlycalled: to the No. 5. House and large/\ lot at For, a'rt'8. having about 50 acres of good Remedy, and use It judiciously send your address paper to

A. FROST fine fishing which Indian River and the Pierce, Fla. This property is within hammock land upon it, suitable for and will all quickly cause disappear.for worry as There to the U outcome no dun- Dr.Kllmer&Co.Btng- k I! (SIi' ltlhP!

inlet to the ocean, near by affords. the corporate limits Fort Plerce.omof early vegetables/\ grapes oranges lent gor ot pneumonia when It la mutd. For hamton N. cent Y. Tharegular and _
fifty nom.n.R..mpdollar -
.A TTORNEY-A -LAW, Tlie fish are pompano mullet, bass, our best lower East Coast!, towns oim.etc. Good transportation down tin sale by druggists and medicine dealers. sizes are sold by all good druggists.

III I practice In all the Courts of the 7th trout,snapper,grouper,slieephead.etc.. The lot faces 105: feet on Indian River St. Lucie River. I'rl't'&I\&( O.
Judicial Circuit. -the finest fish in the world. They; and contains J of an acre House new CTo./ 112 The H\n.of N E1$, the :SEi: \ No Inflame Ahove.In .
Dr. John.lInll'a time It was the
TlTUSVILLK FLORIDA.JREDERICK are taken with nets hooks and spears and contains 7 rooms and bath. Lowell of NWii, the NWitf! of :SKlf' and the N custom In bin. church} to use the ole

The northern pportanian finds here his fenced: and planted to fruits of Ely' of HAVii: of Sec. 3:J, Tp. 35 H.. li. 40( fashioned, dimple' lijmns, and the sing-

A. finest grounds for rod and reel, and the many kinds, inclnding ,000fancy pine E., containing 1(Ill() acres In. one body lug was coiiKrc-Kiitlonnl.

MORGAN poor man find an ample supply of apples.! It will make a fine home, for a Adjoins the White City colony. Goot On one occasion AVllllam M. Kvnrtndiscovered

Abstracts of Title. wholesome fish, a valuable addition to winter resident. Full details of this pine land suitable for grapes oranges 10. DclnlU-ld Smith, 'then

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE his bill of fare. property on application Price $1,500! guavas gardening, etc. Price, $"(1)( cm';'urutiomm-counael of New York city.

The river is also I bedded with oysters Part cash, balance on one, two or three No. 115. The north 20 acres of lot 1Heo. sliiKliiK with all hlM heart niul willspined -
Loans Notary Public. 33 37 H. H. 41 K being ( to bin friend:
which are free for the taking. years time.If Tp. a strip "

Collections, Typewriting Stenography. Green turtle also abound in the river you do not find what you _want In of very choice land with extensive fronton want"AVh.v to,be there an miffi'l In !Smith 1 know Binning ho wanted 1

TITUSVILLE FLA. and are a source both of income and this list of improved places, let me know the Indian Ulver.aml running back to 1 bn district' attorney, but I didn't

food supply. what you do want, and, I. will try to and fronting the Ht. I.uoie River situated know UP wanted to be an nngel."

1. A. FKOST. WADE II. JONES. Game, in the form of deer, wild turkeys find it for you.UNIMPROVED. between Jensen and Waveland 'Tht remark was repented to Mr.

A JONES quail, etc, abound In the woods.In PROPERTY.No. This in one'of the finest tracts of lam Smith, and quick as a Hush.. came the

FROST most of these places schools and 87. Lot 2, :Section' 27, Townshij In Brevard County It rises gradually); retort:

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE church services are established and 31 South Range 30 East, containing from the Indian Ri\crandia! very highon No, I hnvp never mentioned the matter .
to Eviirtu, knowing that he had no
Loans and Collections. maintained, and in all of them, that 6.07 acres. This is a rich hammock the St. Luule Rives. Choice land for "
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lulluriivu lu taut Unction,
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will very shortly: be the case. point on an island In the river among either pineapples vegetables, lemonsor
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.GEO. .
In each and every community in this the oyster beds below the Indian River oranges. A splendid location for a Mn. Johanna Hoderbolm, of Furpus

A. AVORLEY county the people are from every Statein Narrows. Price $100. beautiful home. Price, $75.00 per acre. Falls, Minn., foil and dislocated her Mrs. Laure. S. Webb.VOrnPrOKlrinnt .

the Union. They are intelligent No. 88. Lot 0, Sec 31', and lot 12, Sec This at $75 00 per acre is an especiallyfine shoulder. She had surgeon; get It backIn -"...s.rnOnto...
bargain. The location being one place aa soon as possible, but U Jwni vntlla C lubw ul! ..
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. friendly well-to-do peopleand Invariably 35, Tp. 31 S., R. 31)) E., containing 0.0;
quite core and pained her very much "I I dreaded the change of Ufa which
of finest in the
the
>General practice In State and Federal welcome the new comer most cor- acres. This is also a hammock pointon county. Her BOO mentioned ho had seen Chamber. WM fait approaching.!! I noticed Wine
Courts. All business entrusted will dially. The almost universal testimonyof the same island near the natural No. 120. 100 acres of wild land adjoining lain' Pain Balm advertised for sprains, of Cirdul. and decided to try a boUtie.

receive prompt attention. our people from nearly every northern oyster beds. Price, $100. the corporate limits of the and soreness, and she asked him to buy; I experienced torn relief the

,J;General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate eastern and western state, is, after No. 80. Lot 4, Sec. 32, and lot 7, Sec Town of Fort Pierce. Adapted to grow a bottle of It, which he did. It quickly| ); first month la I kept on taking!! II for
Miami. '' relieved her and enabled her to sleep three month and now I menitruite
i MIAMI. FLORIDA. five to fifteen years'residt'noe. that 1 It 30, Tp. 31 S., R. 30 E., containing according ing vegetables.Price, $1,000.00.()(). which aha hud not done for several daysThe with no pain and I shell lake It off and
Is the healthiest country In the world. to Government survey, 68.72 No. 1BO. Lot 2,Section 25, Township son was 10 much pleased with the on now until I have passed the climax."

JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY Facts and statistics could be multiplied acres. '}'hlsls a piece of rich hammockland 87, Range 40; 21) a'res. lying on the relief It /gave bU mother that ho ban since Female weakness, disordered

\ & EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. indefinitely to prove this. on the east side of the river one St. Lucie River. Price 00000. recommended It to many others. For sale menses, falling of the womb and
No. 10. 20 acres of good, spruce pine by all druggists and medicine dealer, ovarian troubles do not wear off.
A. M. BECK. Hundredsof men fin employment In mile north of Narrows postofllce well

Shipping Master our fisheries alone. Settlers who may; adapted tor vegetables oranges, lem- and hickory land about one mile from LeaelnR Satan Down. Thoy of life.follow Do not woman wait butjtuka tothechange Wine

Hotel help a specialty. have had experience In this business in OilS, banAna., etc Price, IOOO.I ( Fort Pierce: and the same from Ht. Lu "Lightning knocked the church! uteeple of Carit now and avoid the trouble. -

10 South Laura St. other States or in foreign countries No. 1)0.) The Eye 1 of the NW't of Sec cie; on west tilde of the Florida East down" Home one said to KrotherDickey Wine of Cardui never fail

[,"JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. will find ample employment. There is 4'p.8.2 S., Range :10!( E., containing 8(O Coast Railway. Well adapted to pineapples "Yen; Hatiin'n eyes iilwayii to benefit a suffering woman of
and Fine location Hash lire when lie seen a church nlee-\ any a of Cardui relieved(
demand for farm and is suitable or llges. Webb
This land
a good garden acres. good pine Mm. when she was in dan-
" STEPUEN E. FOSTER, fruit laborers at good wages. for oranges,lemonsgra guavas and Fine building site. In HKl of HEl pie gwlne up. "And here' n colored ger. When you come to the change

The man who has skill, muscle or Industry pineapples, and is within one mile of: Heo. ::1.1, Tp. 35 H., ]01.-10. Price 4600.) Aspecial brother" killed another at u camp PlI't'tln'moot I of, life )In. AVebb' letter will
A TTOKNEY-AT-LA W. bargain at that figure.No Ins. "Yei; Hut an goes ter moan more to you than it doe
need not fear that it will not Woodley station price 100. I 'long wid de rf'8' er dim en sometimes now. but you may now avoid the'
Sims Building, be in demand. No.01.> The EJn of $EI4 of Slc'c.ll1. 11. The NEl of Sec. 111( Tp. :37 hunts da louden' "And a preacher uttering she endured. DrugfjUtS

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Willingness, ability and persistence 'l'p.82 S., U. 3t) E., cdntainiiigSOaoreM H., )t. 40 E., 100 acres on the Ht, Lode wn drowned In the river last week:"' toll $1 bottles of Wine of Cardui.JWINEorCARDUL. .

wins the contest everywhere, and Florida Good pine land suitable for oranges River Sjiruceblulf. Good spruce "Oil, yes; Satan' In de water too. He

W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYATLAW., is no exception to the rule. Settlers lemons, grapes guavas, etc., within a pine and hammock lurid, suitable for "bleegn ter go dur ter cool oft" "Ho
GEORGE who bring considerable means and wishto half mile of Toledo station. Price 100. pineapples citrus fruits and vegeta you Maine, everything on Satan, do j jI

develop their property rapidly can No. 1)2.) The Ey" of 8E% of See', 27. bles. Price in one body, lnoo.( ) Would your "HII'''" (boil"!' woe the reply,
Ain't tint what hi) ter?;Atlanta
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. always find workmen. This, on the Tp. 32 S., R. 30 E., containing80 acres. be cut to suit purchaser and Is very Constitution.
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Will practice In 'the United States other hand, furnishes an opportunity This Is good pine land at Gilford's siding low at the above, figure' -- ,. .... ,

kind State Courts. fljunOS for the agricultural laborer. suitable for orange, pineapples In this township I have other large The peculiar cough which Indicates

By referring to maps which are sent grapes. etc.. Price $400. bodies of first class orange/\ lands stj priced croup In usually well known to the

.N.S.. BURNIIAM M. D. herewith, the approximate location of No. 1)3. The EJ' of) HAV# of Heo. 85. ranging from $20 to $10 per acre. imitlmr of cri'iipv children. No time Seeds .'

each tract will be Been No tract is Tp. 82 S., R. ::1E.\ ., containing 80 acres Description and full particulars with lion "I I be lost In the treatment of It, and the Kind '
medicine ha reoelv-
for this
SURGEON and SPECIALIST more,than two or three miles from a This land lieswfthmn'a quarter mile township plat on application.No. ,.d! more purpose untveiml,no itprr\>val than Cham that Leads

I Ear, Nose and Throat. posto ice, and most of them one-half to of the railroad on a pine ridge suitable 11.( 010 acres In Tp. ::1:1.: R. 3D, In berlain' Cough Remedy Do not waste .den Moi more-yMIA hr all deal.re.1S.I mor.. ,

WEST PALM one and a half miles. Public roads are for pineapples, oranges,guavas, grapes 4 body at $5 per acre; In 40-acre tracts: valuable. tlm., In experimenting with un- : anal A..rlptatpald
BEACH FLORIDA. free W anapplhrnta
well established along the entire river. ,etc.. Price, $400. $7 to $10 per acre. tried remedies but no matter how highly

T-\K. HOUOUTOVSFLOATING Out of our large bodies of cheap land No. 04. The N% of NE f, the 8W :a. No. 17. 3.2oacrem() In Tp. $2: -:,0; In a rented recommended and all, symptom give this* of medicine croup will D.DNroI1 M.ferry, Mish.w aC.. .,

distributed over a territory nearly 100 of NE 4' and the Ntf of SEA of Sec. 2, body at $5 per acre, In smaller bodies quickly, disappear For Ride! by all drug

miles long, we can select Just what any i Tp. 3:IS,. R. 39 E., contain ing 20O acres,' same as Nc. 11.( The two bodies offera gluts and medicine dealers

DENTAl. APARl'MEXTS purchaser wants, and in such quantities i This land lies at Vero siding on the good Investment since the said will

on the "Dentos," and proportions us he may desire. Florida East Coast Railway, and IK. soon go to $10 to $iO per acre. 'nnipleunaa ."....pl..
In such mat- and spruce land ""'om'n are belittled and made of
Now AT PALM BEACH. Our practical experience good rolling pine pine No. 125.=>> Lots 1 and 2, ESQ of NWtf!: "
In
ex-
ters cover 14)'pars,the benefit of which suitable for pineapples, oranges, guavas no account every possible way, The Largest and Most Come
-. -- -- Sec. 17'r, :31, R. 39. Hi I\tJrt'lI. one claimed the Indignant head of the family. -
will be freely and conscientiously' given etc. Will be sold in a body
grapes mile of Sebastian. Fronting '
Foley's Kidney Cure south /? "Even the geographer willfully mate Establishment South.
to prospective: settlers. for $1,000; or in tract! of 40 acres for
mile Indian River. Fine and her How
makes kidneys and bladder right. on frontage. deliberately alight many
Our shipping facilities are first-class. $:J50 a forty Will be sold In a body at $10) per acre. really Important town In this countryare JEO S, HACKER & SON

"t;WANTED TRUSTWORTHY OENTLK- Crate and other material Is abundantand No. (HI. The Wly of Nee 13: '}'p.3:' S'? rash, balance on time A good location named In honor of a woman?" ,

btulneu for In an old each mtabllnhfld iwniity to house manatee of cheap. The cost of ordinary labor S., R. S!fl) E containing 180 acres! The and a decided bargain.Full "Well, my dear" said her husband,

.sold financial standing. A atraleht bona fide is. *1. to 1.50 per day east part of the north forty of this tract detailed information cm tchlng his chin reflectively, "there' I '
., .. concern*
r i.' Wednedsywith all of rxpenme 418OO .'ahl direct by from khead. Pamphlets on the culture or oranges, contains good spruce and hickory land Ing these and other land that I have Janesville, ;you know.,'-Clileuuo Trib II i

<|nart",r.. Money adranceil for expenM, Manager lemons and grapefruit, also on the culture -! suitable for pineapples. The remainder / une.
,940 Canton Bldg Chicago. 2iin3 listed for sale given on application.
: of pineapples will be sent on application I I" medium\ pine land, suitable for You are invited to write fully if you Wruplo Colds

BANNER SALVEthe to intending settlers and in- grapes, guavas, etc. Price $IHK). are Interested. All these propertiesare
Is attract- SE of SW'of 13 Cease to be simple If at all prolonged.The .
ceHtors. Vegetable growing No. 07. The # Heo.: ,
the world. the lower East
moat healing salve In on Const ranging infant way U to put them a lile at
Ing considerable attention, and many Pp. 31:' S., R. Sf!) E., containing 40 acres.A from 2.0/ ) to 2.V* mile south of Jacksonville the very beginning. Mallard' Hore1011 -
fit our lands are specially adapted to pine and hickory ridge make cold I and
i 60 YEARS' spruce on the Indian River and Florida nd Syrup stops a remove
EXPERIENCE this purpose. Into this forty on the east side, suitable East Coast Railway. 'J'l'rm"IIsde the cause of colds. 2C.; Mo, and $1 1 bot- .';,...,.' ,
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land ties at Ji. U. Wilson A; Son's.Ile. -,--- -
this
For general purposes now for pineapples!' the remainder Is desire
known on application parties ". [ IjI..J; ""
offered for sale is classed ad> Improvedand medium pine land, suitable for grapes and ,
to; pay lest than all ('ntlh. proposeo Obaervnllon.MD .
... Unimproved etc. Price, $:.100. MANUFACTURERS OF
41'.';, guavas ; Improve. Address, ; you !believe that monkey can
IMPROVED PROPERTY. No. 08. The Nly of N W# of See.24, talk like human beings*
c. T., MCCARTY Doors Sash Blinds
?1" "'": No. 1. The Gibson Orange Groves. I'p. :33 H., R. :30 E., containing acres.Medium "No." answered Minn Cayenne "butI ,

::; TRADE MARKS This fine property situated at Riceland/ .: pine woods land, suitable for Brevard County, Eldred, Fla. have known liurnnn being who could Mc & Material.
Bonding
r+';'r. f 4 COPYRIGHTS DESIGN Ac.nv Fla., on theiebastlan: and Indian Rivers grapes, guavas, etc. !Price $I2'5.J : chatter Uke monkey.""- Washington ( nIdtng

A o. W. Nos. 05, 06, 07 and 08 are adjoinIng A Rare Chance.A Star.' Cfflca Warerooma. King CJptmalw
& free whether au
|in ily MiH-nrfnln our" opinion
in.atilinr ti, pnthablf etentahle. riimnmnlratlnwnfiletlr two bearing-orange groves.producing land, making a tract of 280 -+- -- Cannon Mtreat.

tuM ",_ (H'liMt.<*nntl auancr P"u".. taaan through ftluuu St Co.; recap large stable and 10 aero of land clone to ,
tb. the de- for 41 .00.
twlo4 nutlet wHhoutchafM A descriptive circular covering town. Traln".eto. It could -
a growing
Scicniific Umcricnn., tails of this fine property will be sent' No. 100. The SEA: : of NW> of r>c. 2*, be lilted for a boarding house. For par A splendid chance torn pending I Sash> Weights Cord and

,.. application. Price, $6,000.00. Tp. 33 H. R. 30 E., containing acres. lenlar writ the owner money very' eally working sue In their I Ilelure ,
rlriiMtt
A.n".mnel"tllo.rrsred-Sear. T *t on ;
) >n of *nf .MivntlOo iouniatl. T0rnia, 93wtr. a Two fine lots at Tlbbals, Indian Pine land.! ?4 of a mile west of the railroad Address, "Uo: 161 1," time; the work U. not hard, and Hardware.
; four nlonth.t-sled I7NI newedeeten.IIIUNN No. 2. Ilendersonrllle N. C. any woman or girl; who has .little para
& Co.381"New River Kla.-Each 5-acre lot has a and on the old military road to line will do well to avail themselva of

Branca) tXBc*. 82k r!:::Wajhiiwloo.York frontage on Indian River, and is well fort Capron suitable for orange trees this great opportunity to earn money Window and Fancy Glas*,

Improved. There are bearing pineapples grapes, guavas, etc. Price, $JOii.No. ;! Clyde Hteamnlilp 1.llIe. Send op 3-> cent (sliver) and we will at A SPECIALTY.
)LD LEAD FOR SALE In any quanti. and fine building sites. 101. The W4! of HE.' 4: of Heo. 23, once Mod you the cloth with fulldlreoIODM .
ty at the ADVOCATE: office.Foley's oil each Ticket and reservation via the Clyde prepaid by u* anywhere In the U. ---- --
This: la one of the finest neighborhood I'p. 33 H., R. 31>> E., containing 80: acres Steamship Line can be secured of Clia. 8., so that you oan commence work at
Tar hi the county, and It is very rarely that food pine land a- half mile west of the I. Walton, at the ADVOCATK: office Tl- once. 'Address, URILLIANTINA CO., Foley's Honey ana Tar
Honey and anything U offered for sale at this railroad and on the old military road to tasvllle. (Q 74)) Rosbury Mas forth!]dreasafesure. No opiates
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JANUARY 2 1903.
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D' 4 President Wa:. M. BnoWN VicePresident.C .
JAYE6. FRrrCHAaD ;
S. BnANNINo, Asst. Cashier.
,
Cashier
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8. ScpIIYLSR


EAST COAST-ADVOCATE.. Instead GET of OUT the-customary OF DEBT.resolutions INDIAN RIVER!f' STATE BANK,


DBYOTKD "bar TH. DBVXIsorutnr which always make and
JOUBHAL you
A WVIKLT
k nivca LA[B of Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
or TUB IHDIAV always break: on the beginning
..
BUOATHI BAT BOT1O] capital $1OOCoo
woTfA.D a.new year, why do you not try MaKes Authorized
something new this time?? It mightbe Paid up capital, $25OOo

PUBLISH KVKKT: FRIDAY.OKABLBH an innovation, but it would bea CHronic Invalids. ,, ,, Average deposits, $1OO,000

H. WALTOX Editor &: Publisher. sensible one, says the Fens a col a When the liver is torpid the bile caters the blood u h -

i of silvts. must be made perBtlljr Journal.We to a virulent poison; then comes that train of Liver Ill.DAMON'5 \ Transacts a General Banking
Dlioontlnuanoe refer to the proposition get
C at thin ofllca or by writing. out of debt.. fills may not be an

to CHABLMH. : proposition to you-It dependson iitr Business .
Check, to., may be made payable easy c I ILLS

I WALTOIf.pUbU"hor. who you are and how you look Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
at life-but it ought to be a timely
Ar>vn
COAT
BOSTON banopunedanofloeatUNAti.. OFFlCE-TiiK EAST "+tlo/ nvenua one. This proposal, however is not snd Tonic Pellets are the only Treatment that give Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign M i

_Boston Tit which will lie In charge' of Mr CIniulo directed to the business man, who, the liver Just the right touch sod lUlU Nature's ,, 7 Countries.--

} C.Walton. by the very nature of present business work in the right manner. The Pill touches the Pxtronam{ appreciated. Prompt service pout.
I methods is compelled to do I A tr.atmentutd every favor conalntant with con.
47 r 4
writing to the ADVOIJATK for Information and liver, the Pellets tone the system. w. native banking Ifranled.CORRE8POSDENT81 .
gqIn borrowed capital
k
of any kind the writer will oblige by enckuilega business on Seimpl and Boohl Fr...
.tampel.addre.aod, envelope.Addr consequently to be in debt. It is w Seaboard National. Hank of New York, ana

intended for the man who works on A ba Complete Treatment ._ .. .......";1;: ? L1: t rx.ri L:i National Hank of Jacksonville. Fla.

''IMI.. ,'lit.. ..u all communications EAST COAST. ADVOCATE to A salary and knows exactly what .rr.. as days at ctI.a''S .0'/1. 'C ".rI.TUSVILLE9: FLA.
month. New. +
;tI' TITOITII.LB FLOBTDA. his income is every 1'.ra ae --.---- --- ---
With the one exception, that of

'--- sickness in his family, there I III no FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

17. S. Department of Agriculture reason why any man on a salary THE SOUTHERN

; Weather Uureati-Jupiter, Fla. working steadily and drawing his

statement regularly, should be in debt. Bold by It. K. WILSON; & SON. TITVSVILI.K. .. Brick Lime Cement i
The of following temperature IS a and oompArative rainfall for the- lie pay knows exactly how much his ______ __ -____ __ _____Hu __ -___-___-uT_____ Wood, Coal, Coke, ,

week ending Tuesday Dec. :90, l!>02. income is, and he ought to be able MAGNOLIA SPRINGS .,

-1002- -1901- .o limit his expenses to a figure ,
MIN. MAX. MIN. and Sidewalk Brick.....
DATE. MAX. within that income If he does not Vitrified Paving
94 71 BOno\ ill 37 MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. ,
08II 70 02; lo so, he is cheating lIom-eone. lie Magnolia Springs 'Hotel
252K (St, Johns Klver.) Florida. Telephone No :203
( ( 4;:. 78 C3CO an't; spend five, or ten, or twenty Offices foot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville,
v 27 67 an) 7d dollars a month more than he re- i8 miles south of Jacksonville\ y Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam General Manager.
+ # 80() fiG selves; without beating someone out Golf course.
74 01Trt water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept
20 Pure spring
i.'"U" .u.. iu: 71- S3 %_J t tht e mo u nt. i P l\/Uh/tT nhAhlv. ,vnll Vvu Tennis, Fishing Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths 4.K)() per day.
I Total rainfall for the week: O.OO( never looked at it that way, but it Special weekly rates. O. I>. SEAVKY!: Owner and Manager.
Departure. from normal rainfall for the is a fact. -- & Baker
I ----- MeMurray
Departure -
Inched.
week: minus O.dl 1
from normal rainfall slnco January ]1, There is another class of people SEABREEZE -

I minus 13,11* Inches. who,,' while they do not spend more
it t HAL. P. UARDIN, Observer. than they make, are always a month 4O1-413 East Hay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

-- -' -- behind and consequently in debt
= -- '--- d
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i' from one year's end to the other. The Clarendon Inn SEABREEZE, FLA. -Makers and Jobbers of-
, IF you are looking for bargains
read the list of lands for sale on; These people cheat no one ,but
Now ii time themselves. By always having to Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
our 3rd page. your ofp' buy on credit they pay higher prices OPEN THROUGHOUT. THE YEAR. ,
and
lands groves
to get orange the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new manage-
the East Coast at a bargain. for everything they get than if Facing Saddlery, Rubber Tires. o
p' they bought for cash. They never ment. Best Northern'Service. Special rates by the week and for the season. }
&c. &c.
TIlE long looked-for cold snap] have any money to spend because Clarendon Inn buses meet all\ trains at Daytona Station. Address the Claren First-Class Repairing and Painting

last and Saturday when their salaries are received E. J.. POTTER Prop
arrived here Friday don Inn, Seabreeze Florida. ,
After so much warm weather they must be immediately paid out :
C. II. KNAPPE Mgr.
appreciated the change to< to settle the accounts of the pest Lumber and Building Material.
many -
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do is -----
such bracing weather. The weather month, and the only thing to --- --- --- -- -- ---------- -
to commence going Into debt again. ', e :;-.e tf tAII3wf E ta' E3_ Ef

ta again delightful. So it runs from one month to the r We keep everything required In the building line from the brick foundation to(

1 THE ADVOCATE editor return) other year after year, always a Plaza Hotel. theridpe cap, including .

J thanks to his many friends for the month behind, and never with that SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HAKDWAUE.Jjp

nice, useful and ornamental presents independent feeling which a man i -SPECIALTIES: Masurys' Paints and Varnishes, Neponsett & Parotd Roofing

t received on Christmas and always experiences: : when he owes INDIAN RIVER, :XlOOlXLlodso: I,1L.: Paper. EAST COAST LUMBER& SUPPLY, CO.
no man a cent, and has In
New Year. They have been or money t.
view in this olllce this week. his pocket.It I' I "THE GREAT ORANGE GROVE
ought to be Just as easy to bea RESORT. OF .

' another column we publish month ahead all the time as to always Hodges <& O'Hara
IN
be month behind. it A handsome modern hotel, located on the banks of the famous Indian
a Try ,
' eommunloation from Mr. John River In the midst of an 80-no bearing orange grove. Steam heat In ...Manufacturers and Dealer,|lln...
in which he offers to give young man. Resolve to get out of with bath Altered rainwater location conceded by
Henry, every room, suites ; ;
r r $20 to the God Roads Association debt and stay out. Your money everyone the bent In Rock ledge; East Coast Railway depot In the hotel I CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
of each Commissioner's district in will go further you will feel more t grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal management and rates. I DressedOrange

Brevard county. Mr.\ Henry realIzes like a man, and the world in gener. I I Accommodations for 200.( S. II. PECK Manager.' I I II : Box Heads: Fruit nod Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, etc. Rprc
Kwftltt
al will treat better. Try It. Mills land oflioe located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
the benefits to be derived from you Bummer Knnrt-The New. Arlington lintel I'etoabey, Mich. Leading re- of the Slate. Address: Hodges & 0'1181'a, Buffalo Bluff Fla. tint
,i good roads, and will donate toward ....rt..r the Clreut Lkefl. Open Jane tu October > any part
IN BED FOUR WEEKS WITH LA d -
securing them at once.. .. 2 E3 $At1Il 3 aDa E .::
: 1UIPPK.-We have received" ) the following 7 wf7 .... _
._ The Oiliest Established Grain and Seed House In the State
letter Horn nr. Key ivemp, of AngolaI .. --- ..
t THE fact that a large number of : nil : "I was In bed four weeks! with In.. ---- .

>, the merchant princes of to-day (grippe: and I tried many remedied and MEttUITT, Merrltts Island. rwIAirttl

started business in a small way in. spent ronH.del-able: for treatment with Wm:: :: A. Sours. : dc:; Oo.
physicians but 1 received no relief untilI "VVir1VA1Vf FAMILY WINTER RESORT. e,1
an incentive to all other Florida tried (Koley's Honey and Tar. Two rTIIE On Indian River, Merrltt, Fla.

II I-I 'l&* merchants who have the true spirit mall bottles of this medicine cured me Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults Sun Parlor, Halliard, Pool and GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
of success to do likewise If you and I now use It exclusively my family. Ting Pone tables Swimming: pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 850 fret of docks ,
have anything to sell or want to buy ." Take no substitute.\ Sold by B. Cabin catboat for cruising. Hunting and Hshlnir rinest on the Count. Write, and "
I lease let or exchange: : any kind of H. Wilson A Hon, Tltusvlllo.Georgiana.. our boat will meet you at Cocoa. free. Oyster Roasts a specialty. Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
Mrs. E. J. BLAIR Proprietor.
article, you cannot do better than .YQ83IG. MIIHTa.S 112 EaatBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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to place your ad. in the ADVOCATE. -
r Agu. for Purina Feed.Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System. 1 1Pia
FRUIT and VEGETABLE GROWERS !!
"e 'VE often hear of strange cases Mrs. Ida Nelson, of Miami Is spending

:, ., in courts'of Justice. Here Is one. the holidays with her patents, Mr. and

An Indiana murderer's wife has Mrs O. N. Page. Ship us your Fruit and Vegetables. Highest( Prices Paid. Quotations sent R-uhlraian <& Co.

f brought suit for $10,000 damages MUses Ilainlin and Mapen' left here., weekly. Our Stencil free to all who write for it. l t
against the estate of the man whom 'Monday, to upend the winter with their
her husband murdered. It appears relative at Miami. We handle Fresh Fish and Cameron Commission. We era the largest dealersIn 2(11( Washington St:\ ) NEW YORK.

that the man who was killed sold Mica Stevenson of Orange, N. J., aril the South U3 :Murray /Street. ) N. Y.

liquor to the man who killed him with ved her two sister weeks, Mrs ago to l.lmlaberry.spend the winter SOUTH GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. VALDOSTA, GA. ...

I' contrary to law, and therefore the HEADQUARTERS FOR FAYCYFJ.OrLda. -
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Roamer J. Allen of Palm Honcli, la
woman wants to be compensatedfor visiting his daughter, !Miss Mable, at J
the loss of support which she Grandpa. and Grandma 111800C 'II. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. : ra.n.gcs:: .
has sustained through the convio
tlon of her husband. This is rathera Mitpex Mice, Mnry spent Ilalnlln plonttant and niece day, Ml, Kilday"a Etta, -United. State Fast. Mall. Routes ForKFY an.d.:: <;ra.peXr'1..1l.: 1;.
WEST, CUBA AND THE WK8T.INDIES, VIA PORT TAMPA AND: MIAMI. FLA.
novel and interesting lawsuit with Mrs. Hughes and Miss Iturchflel
ProiMMed allliirfi| In effect u.Shown below. Subject to change. and postponement without notice. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to representyou
Fred Gould of Orange N. J., formerlya MIAMI-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE.-Commencing October 2 Fort some unknown reason, they resident of this place, came last Krld.iy Wednoadava. Saturday. .. ...It:OOp m- Lv. Miami. Ar. ':on a. m. '" ..Saturdays Tuesday. !also.. Give us a trial shipment. ,Established 30 :years.
Thun..lay..l\un".y..I. :: >pm Ar KeyVest Lv 7:00piu: .... ...rt'lay..lIfuo'la'' .
House for u two weeks' visit with liU friends
Committee at ,
Washington Thursdays' Sundays..6prn. Lv KevWeatAr 6:30pto..... .. ..KildayvMoiidayi.Fridays .
I). C., on Military Affairs, has I Ignored Dr. and Mrs. Wlttfuld. Monday ., .., .... 5 am a D"r Havana Lv 10KM: a in.... .. .Fridays,Monday, .
ttoot'a recommendation J. firstly! Bower and SOD, Ilervey arrived I'ORTTAMPA-KEY: : WEST-HAVANA LINE.-Commencing Oct.30,11)02.-Leaving PORT TAMPA ESTABLISHED: 1870.
Secretary Christmas Eve. from "un.Tlu.Thun.. .... ....II:00pm: Lv PortTampa Ar Vaopm......... Wed-Frl.Him.
St.
that the Army reorganization on Augustine Mon Weil.., Frl............. 1In: pm Ar Key We t LvlO:3Opui: .... ... ...Tuei.,Thur.,Sat.
to spend the holiday with the Mon Wed Frl....... ... TUXIpm: Lv Key Went Ar 8:9t: p m..Tue..,Thur.,Sat..
"
bill Into
go effect on August home folks Tu..,Tburs.Sat .. '....... 5:0oaui Ar Havana. Lv IUHM: M. .... ....TnIlS.,Tbur.,Bat. M.: Lane & Son
G 10th, next, and has reported the Messrs. Carter and Gould In MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.-Commencing January 1.yam.'
bill in such that if were up Lv Miami Ar 6 ..... .. ,
t shape passed it M..nola'.Thuro..ay..IIOOpm: :Km am Thursday,Rumlfty.
the Thousand Island, duck shooting, Tu.'rhla'. .... ..,,.. Sttupni: Ar M U)"" ii Lv lUKMa: .......Wodnesday.aturday...
Il would legislate General Miles out Friday and Saturday. They had good

of olllce. It it not believed however success. The ducks are there by the ......... .... Commencing February 19113. 250; WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
Mon.,Wed..Frl SiOOpiu: Lv Miami Ar SaO: a m......... ....Wed., Frl.,Ban.
r that the Senate will permit thousands Tree.,Thur.,Sat...........8JOaiu) Ar Ka...nau Lv 3nOpm....... ....Tu...,Thur.Sat.'

such injustice, and the friends of The Secret of Long Life. Mon.,"'e.I., Frl ..... '..3:00pu: Commencing Lv Miami March Ar 30,11IO3.8:3Oam' : ..... ......Wed.FrlgSun, Southern Fruit and Produce
the General are looking to the Senate Tuei.,Tbur, But...........630am Ar :NOMMUI' Lv :2UO: |> m.............Tue.lrhur.Bat.Above .
to amend the bill by adding the Consists in keeping all the main organsof hours boned. on unth Meridian Standard Time,except", that. shown for Naun,Is local,or
the body In healthy rcoular action Namutu time. For rate....other Information,apply to any Railroad Ticket Agent or to '
clause recommended by Mr.( Hoot. and to quickly destroying deadly disease CHAS. L. MYERS. Manager Jacksonville Fla, OOJC.cl.iss1.cD.: Mercaan.ts.:
--- germs. Hlectrlo Bitters regulate stomach,

MR. l\arconlbasatlaet succeeded liver and kidneys, purify the blood, and .

i in sending messages across the give wonders a splendid In curing appetite.kidney troubles They work, femlle IF YOU WANT A... FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

ocean from Canada to England by complaints nervous diseases, constipation Stencil., Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
wireless telegraph. It now looksas dyspepsia and malaria. Vigorous
if the days of the cable were health. and strength always follow .Building Lot
numbered and the shareholders their use. Only :SOo.\ guaranteed by B. R. .. ,
Wilson\ : Son, druggists.
will receive pretty small dividends. Mason M. Clark
Now Is your time to take some stock or a lob with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY: I
I bade County Land For Sale.
in th.. Walton Patent Self-Locklng LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE;

Block Company one of the best For sale. cheap, the northeast quarterof PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,' Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
paying concerns on the market. southeast quarter of section 8 township
We have for sale
probably what
You had better come in at the start 38, south of range 41 east; close\ to just you are seeking.

before the advance in the price of O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Settlers are flocking In but still there is room. If you are SPECIALTIES :
St Lucia River; 40 acres.
stock. There f is a little more stock Also the northeast quarter of northeast looking this way drop a line to Extra
Beans and
for sale, which nay be obtained quarter of section 18, township 38 Early Vegetables.
from the American 1'romotlng and south of range 41 east; on south fork of JAS. E. INGRAHAM, 3rdVIce.Pre.Ident.
Trustee St. Lucle River; 40 acres. Applj to Florida and
Company 21 Doane street Oranges
CHAS II. WALTON, 1LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, Grapefruit.
Boston, Mass., at $25:; per share. Titusville Fla.
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. 110'Murray Street and 166 West Street, NEW YORK.








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COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2, 1903. 5 ;



OEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.
est Palm Beach. Stuart. .

THE OLD RELIABLE 1VI..A. JE3JRC>S._ "

E'to !Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Judaon E. O. Muller made a business trip to

ftth, a IOn. Congratulations are Jupiter Saturday, returning Monday. WHOLESALE GROCERS

r1* A. L. Lane made a business trip to

(:cold wave reached West Palm Tibbals Saturday, returning! via launch.Mies .

[last Saturday making all'sorts of Ida Baker, of Fort Pierce, is Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

; stoves in active demand. spending the holidays with her parents

ie genial editor and all within theof here. -

: the ADVOCATE'S domain : A 'OY41' Henry Wilson, of the Wilson CypressCo.
and Prosperous New Year. ., Palatka, with his family, spent ---" Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Bradley of Worcester, Mass., a 0NG several days here the past vteek., LOOK TO YOUR EYES.
OF'HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
f Mrs. N. 1 8.: B'lrnliam, arrived on Thos. Hogarth/ la having good sport WE CARRY A FULL LINE ,
be member of the Doctor's rod If suffering from any eye defects or weak
th, to a these", days" catching slieuphead with"
for the winter. P0POWDER and reel, neat the railroad bridge. sight call ac my now woll-iippolnted optical PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
Institute. I Special: complete lenae
"boys" from Stetson University, Mrs. Carrie Stephenson and "son, Otto, grinding outfit In connection. Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.

n number are home for the boli- returned home Monday evening fromthe lh E. II. ARMSTRONG, .tf'o solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
,nd are in for all the social func- Christina visit la the upper part of 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fh .

n f the Christmas tide. the State.J. -- ..-- - -------- ---------

orate preparations were made by F. Cramer came In Monday with a

pagers of the Lake Worth Band wagon load of \buans. Mr. Cramer lives Rockledge.
Melbourne.
,? masquerade ball in the Gruber out at tho tints, twenty tlve miles west Good Healthat.J

It house ou New Year's Eve. of this pliice.
Absolutely Puro Mrs W. O. Paterson, of Cooow, was ,
W. J returned home
anchor- George Monday
Dentos is
,. ouse-boat safely 1UODU A noODK.-Real Estate and Loans. calling on friends in liooklodge, Tuesday,
her old moorings the Holland IS NO SUBSTITUTE evening, and as we predicted a few weeks Acantfnr M.tnn. London and Liverpool and pure blood are Inseparable If
s awaiting the return of the genialr THERE ago he did not return alone as be has Hobo, Provldenee l Washington' : | : and gun Fire Miss Annie C. Singleton left,last wool,. your blood In bad your health must suffer -

> and Mrs. Houguton. It Is a case a charming bride with him. I IntArMat.B Inmiranoe.nt niin.iMHt Bponlal. .attention nt... pall to the for Havana Cuba where sho has accepted Poor blood allows tho body to lose
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deferred. _____ c n --- a position. fire under the
ai a
e vitality poor
Chas. Woodward knows a /good! thing --- "----- -- just
OK I,. A. I'KKK: : -HHVSICt,\N AM SUKflKON.Ko ': ,. boiler allows the steam to run down.
when he sees it nod bus therefore decided Miss Llllle Humphries of Oberlin, p.,
S. C. Clow and daughter Miss '.'
Eden. lil noe, "Melbourne Kuu (1a111a. ''''AI''y' blood is buta
have returned from their Cuban that his reading room Is not complete and Krldity turnoonn. Is again In Rookledge, with her slater, From poor blood to impure
harmed with the tropical scenes without the pink, paper. Mrs. II. J. Rosslter. step and Impure blood Is mother to a
; for the ADVOCATK of human ills. Dr.
rr Subscriptions large
he "dolee for niente" life of the be-. Mr. and Mrs. S.o'. Webb spent Christmas II. W. Bessey'a freight launch, the the pink pnper of the East' ", Coast will be A new walk Is being laid in front ol Harter percentage a Iron Is an antidote for

\\\a\ % senorltas. with relatives at Stuart. Admiral, Capt. Frank Frayior, li kept received at the Melbourne Postofllce.", the old school house property on Burton both poor and Impure blood, for It Is,

ir. and Mrs.Tales with their friends, :Miss Carrie Moot returned home on busy these days hauling freight to the avenue-a much needed Improvement. both a builder and purifier- a food

{visitors to Palm Beach and West Tuesday, after an absence of six months. pineapple and vegetable farms. S. F. Gibbs wait home to spend. the It Is expected there will be services at and a medicine. It is the best combination

Beach on Christmas day in their During the recent cold wave the thermometer holidays. the chapel on next Sunday morning by of the kind known to medical

lie car, en route to their home In Mrs.: Samuel \W-llman: of Fort to spend Pierce a went down to 38 Friday and Frank Pee came home from Fort Pierceto the new pastor, Rov. Ormond of Toledo science, and its success for nearly halfa
down Monday evening
came has led to its endorsement by
gfieldllllinois. There no damaged Xmas. century
i Saturday nights was spend Ohio.
relatives.
with
have
few days thousands of medical men who
__, Leila Smith the popular schooler entertained ne to the most tender vegetation. Chas. Horton, of Fort Pierce, was in Judge Newch a(Tor, of New York City been unable to find a substitute.

formerly of West i alm Beach Mr. and Mrs. LeTotirnenu and family and H. C. Hooks and family have moved town last week, calling on friends. and a prominent winter guest of the New

{School: but now of Miami is a Mrs. W. P. Richards here from Cocoa. Mr. Hookbas!, accepted Rockledge hotel, came on the afternoon
Christmas S. T. MMilloton and family enjoyed a
Master Klrke Lamareaux:, on
at'The Palms during the Christmas a position with O. K. Wood Wewelcome visit to Melbourne Beach, last week. train last Monday.

tlon. Her host of friends are happy day.Jack interesting family into our The street sprinkler was out In all Its Dr. Harter'sIron
ve her in our midst. Frost was here last! Friday night midst. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beanjenn are forcufulnes Tuesday but, Tuesday
did damage anywhere. In low few Melbourne Reach on
but at
no a days
s. and Mrs. Chas. duett who, :with there are Htlll light traces of his Chas. Woodward's catboat Don, and spending' night and Wednesday", nature took up the
1 1 daughter have been guests"' at the places Stanley Kitchiug's sloop the 2J:\ sailed Capt. A. J. Oonde came up from Hobo dust laying scheme and gave the sprinkler -

and for the last month, left, on Sun- presence. entertained last over the race course, Monday afternoon.The Sound to spend Christmas with his home a short respite from business. Tonicwill
. the East Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Don won by three and one-halt min folks.
home
for their winter on A. Smith and
evening In honor of Mrs. F. O. The Misses\ Margaret
much to the regret of the numer- Saturday utes. The 23 only usnd her main tall In Admiral Olllls has lately bought Miss
, t Williamll and Mr. T. J. Hemphlll. Cards Louisa SohalTer, Plttsburg Pa., stopping)
)
Wfrlends they have male dating theirMfion the order of the evening. this race. E. J. Lee's house and lot at Melbourne at the New Rockledge hotel went out
were srnlnnt the manY evils reuniting
the West side. .' Saunders Fishing Is very fair now. The fisher Beach. troll fishing on Monday' morning on tho from Impure roil blood. Surofula, pimples, bloU'lmn,
M. Flagler has presented to Messrs. George and Nathan men have been catching a good many Allen Campbell of RosolaDil. spent river anti secured twenty trout In ashort kldneydisonlnr., rheumatism vnnt, dyiiptHmla.
) Henry
fl. brought their cousins, the Misses Will- boat In ( ,, the female weakness: nnutmlit, ohloru! etc. are a
Free Reading Room a check for $25 sheepbead one bringing 2,001) Xmas: nt Hotel Bollevlew with his time the largest weighing nearly .
e launch from Fort tow of them; but the rreete.t evil time irrtrntimtdanurr '
<< ;)r l..b used for placing a suitable book. man, down( In their with their pounds. The Admiral Dewey and (Jenel'a1'UI'lint mother and brother.Mr. pounds.Wm. In thereneral wenUrnlnir, of the wholesystem .
Pierce to spend Christmas day landed 71 pounds of pompano vrhluh atTurtl an openluK for every
for the rapidly accummulatlngbooks. and Mrs. Orosebeck, of Tltusvllle of Milford Conn.
aunt Mrs. John Miller. M. Merwln pUMMlntf. dttteiuie."
,
(Reading Room is in fine condition Sunday night. Pa., are again In their little cottage, on who comes each winter to his beautifulplace
The following only one of the thousands! of
J the entertainment of our winter Thomas J. Hemphlll, after spending Geo. Gosling owner of the property on the bluff for the winter. In ]Rockledgo arrived Monday af testimonial we have ruuelvod
its, who are ever welcome. several weeks here very pleasantly with the north slue of the river kuowu as ternoon. Mr. Murwln went away from
last Monday for his Mr. ond Mrs. E. R. Hedges and little Detroit. Mich. Jan. 10. I 1001.
his relatives, left Gosllngvllle was here several days this here Invalid last spring and comeback Ionia l
fvitatlons were Bent out for the formal an onmmflncad uxlntf lir. H rtr' Iron
arrived
his little of Larchmont N. Y. I at
home In Pennsylvania, leaving his Mr. son and feel. lUUuilc of rheuuiutlnin -
Club last Monday week, looking over property. looking ten years younger when proHtntla train u severe
>lug of the Utopia daughter to spend the winter with her Hotnl Carleton, Sunday and will occupy After iittlnir three bottles. all triu'en ofthin
make he has for
to some Im1JlrtsDtImp'ov"montsln better than
Gosling expects Ing years
>Ing. Members and their lady friends the Wells cottage on Front street. dUuiine. worn oomplntrilTOrinllccitocI. \ from myHyxKun
invited. The nature of 'the enter- grandparents.Mrs. the near utuie. The sad Intelllgenca has been received mud my irunuriU health wan r8M u>'i'ilAt .

ent was in the form of a reception. F. O. Williams loft on Wednesday The sad news has just been received Miss Gladys Wells and the Messrs. that Mr, W. II. Bradley, of New York IIIH no u A'tuiil bowl nnil i.nrlrtor I uinHt Ur.nlnoMrrly Harwr's. recommend Iron Tunla

(patronesses were Mrs. E N. Dlraick for her home In Jacksonville, after a vis that Mr. U. liars died at Cuxhaveu, on Standford and Prescott Wells are here who has been very III, has sucoumed to It, to nil nnfKon auflorlnir from Imllic-fttlou.
, A. P. Anthony Mrs. M. E. Gruber, it of a week with her parents, Mr. and the River Elba\ near llaOl ul'g. The de- from the North spend their two weeks the Great Reaper and left his sorrowing ultimo, rlmunmtlnm.: and the miiny wenkenedoomhlions '

X. S. Burnham and Mrs. J. D. C. Mrs.C. A. Robinson. Miss Florence also ceased lived on the tit. Lucie river for vacation and are enjoying It very much.A. friends. He, with bill family expectedto UUinl blouil.or"the system MurtrHrlUt protliiiuiil F.bY Y.Impnver.M4"I1.

,ria.[ came borne has from college, and the 20! )ears, and everybody was his friend. B. Taylor, wlte and daughter, of occupy the cottage just north of the No. lUll)Second Ave

nday evening special services were family reunion been very,pleasant. He sold out his plantation here to Mr. Saugatuck/ Mich., are expected here Plaza hotel this winter. It Is not yet meule..rl

for the Masonic fraternity by Hev.'alne. Master Edward II. LeTourneau has H. Richards and was returning to Germany shortly. Mr. Taylor will bring parties learned If the family will\ come on or not.

The church was elaborately been enjoying a vacation from Stetson his native land to spend the remaining with him to build a new hnusu on his : '

rated under the watchful eye of Mr. University DeLand. The only thing he years of his life and contracteda lot on New Haven avenue.

Few NllsflO, bead gardnerat Flgulus complains of here Is the quiet. We will severe cold during the voyage which [Too late for last Issue.] "' .

p'Bingham home. The subject for try to arrange to have fifteen or twenty resulted In hips death. The many friends of O. II. Hausan, }fro and Mrs.\ C. W. Blakoslee, of New

omplatlon was Free Masonry, with a boys for company for him wben he comes From the present outlook we will be Engineer L. E. A: W R. H. at present Haven, Conn., have arrived for the sea

"leal program appropriately arranged homo again. among the front ranks of the tomato living In Lima 0., will be pleased to son.

# (he occasion. this winter. We have the land know of his recovery from threatened .
Mrs. Curtis entertained at the Netherby growers Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Simmons of Detroit .
there Is none better on the East Coast. kidney disease fie .rites, "I was cured
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. receiving hearty congratulations
Christmas\ day, are :
,le prevention of consumption I is' enry Robinson Mrs. F. O. Williams Miss The following acreage will be planted: by using Foley'a Kidney Cure which I from many friends. .. .. -
of commencing thefttoor Robinson Miss Hemphlll.( M!. Dupont & MlddleloQ, 15 acres; Munch APiichtoid : recommended to all, especially trainmen -
a question Florence ,
r treatment !in time. Nothing Is sotil T. J. Hemphlll Mr. Coss Master Harry 10 acres; 1 K.: Whitney, 10Beres who are usually similarly allllcted. Sold Mr. and Mrs. I). P. Merwln, of Eden, Eau Gallie.
,
B !t. Wilson & Hon, Tltusville. have been visiting their griiudpiirunls,
acres Ireland by
' adapted to ward off fatal lung COBS, and Mr. and Mrs.\ Lytle. It was a ; Joan Taylor 13 ; ABeimuy .
oublea as Foley's Honey and 'far. boldl' Jolly party. Mrs. Curtis: as a hostess Id atlas; J. C. Hancock 5 acres; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Merwln. s
very Who killed the buzzard for a wild turkey -
t K. Wilson & :Son.\ has few rivals. Witham1c1'borllon., 10 acres; Dyer Fort Pierce. Hotels Plaza and New Hookledge are I
iiios., 15; acres; Kltuhing & !:Smith U entertaining quite a few guests. Hotel ?

Jas. _Williamson! of Mlcoo, was i indeed talus; li F. ::;'.booth... Unties; Kubun tail- -- Indian River will open on the 6th Inst. I Miss Newell spent the holidays at
smartas H'
In hard luck out ll lie naaoeen an ton u acres 'inu recent com wavetiiu Oeorglana.
Hobe Sound. he would The Baptist Sunday school had their wife and sister Mrs
some Jerseymen we know not hurt the sied buds at all. A. L. Averal ,
I have planted those two quarts of beans distribution of cards last Hunday., A Stapler, of Madison WIs., are domiciled I, Col. Perry has gone on shooting trip

long ago, nod been getting some of the large gathering was present to hear the In their comtoitablo home In South, up the Banana liver.

'e "won't do a tblnl{" to Cocoanut good prices beans are bringing now. lIe White City.Ira recitations and songs by the little ones, Koch ledge. Mr. and' Mr. G, It'. Paddlson spent

Itbio when the Aliens come down at made good use of the money he did get. which were exceedingly good Clark of Connecticut Christmas In Tltusvllle.
Mr. and Mr. A. N.
kI expiration of this month. Rev. K. W. Weatherwax and family Archdeacon U. F Brown h services are nicely domiciled at their handsome II. J. Share bn rented ,the annex to

were exchanged, love feasting In- went to Frt Pierce In Mr. Jennings' I.ainont was home from Jensen on In St. Andrew. church, Sunday evening, Indian Rlv r home and are enjoy. the; GrenadlJ, for the winter.

In, ,and all hearts made happy launch to attend the Christmas tree exercises Christmas day. to a large congregation. The choir was log the delightful weather
lifts the church. Mr. weekor ably assisted by Miss )Moore of North The cold wave panned without doing
} Thus endeth yuletide. at the Methodist John Jensen l I. hume to :pod< a an.lIIII"s
and Mrs. Wm. M. Morwln In this district.
he Carolina who has a well trained Mr. any damage
said In 11.1his\ experience so from 6t.: Augustine.Born soprano
employees of Mr. T. A. Snider are Weatberwax Olllett of Milford, Conn., are bert
well voice.
a whole do so New arrivals day at the Indian
,.tofu) to that gentleman: for a generous never saw children as to Mr. and Mrs James f'lndley, again much to the pleasure. of their numerous every
not a
in all the recitations. There was Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bell received word River Inn and the Grenada hotel.
delicious dinner Christmas. Dec. friends Mrs. Hammond I 101 with
jajl on well. on Tuesday, :!:Jrd. a sou.
single failure. All did remarkably that their son, Charles Bell, was marriedon Beach
:;True: to promise, you shall learn of the citizens took Christmas Miss Ada Comstock of Malabar Is here Xmas day to Miss Kate Twymnn, of them. Commodore In Eau Oallle OIHIs,of Mundlylallt.Oeo. Melbourne. ,
", Mertalnments least a few-which Some of our visiting bur friend, Miss Lizzie Ifonseu. : Fitzgerald Oa. The many friends of Miss Poroher ulster of E. Porcher, of was on
hotel.
Mon the tapis, for the near future. dinner at the Al Fresco beautiful 'Charles In town and along the East Cocoa recently died at her home at .. W. Hopkins has rented the residence I.
issued here
1rs. for which Mr. Park had F. O. MoMuIlen of Eden was out Coast wish them a long life of happiness Co,,,tenay. Miss 1'orcherwas post- of O. U. Gleason for the winter. ;
and Miss Carey were the was very and
A. L Shuler Invitations In which menu looking after his grove, Monday number of
'lrlecIPlents of Xmas tokens, suggesof attractively set forth. They all speak In Tuesday.: and prosperity. ml..ell. at Courtenay for of culture Three or four gentlemen from Clean b

of "warmth." Stuffed red peppers, the highest praise of the dinner which Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, from the Indian Wedding hells have been jingling quite and years educational and was attainments a lady high and will be N. Y., are staving at the home of E.

ted with the "long green" was perfection, and served very nlc..ly. River, weiu guuat. ot Jir. avid Mrs. Liir lively this Xmas-three weddings In one much missed In the community.' Hplllor.Hodgson.

/.' affair the ordinary will becoming Several were heard to say the same meal sen last Hunday.Mis. week. The happy couple being Mr. F. Bros., ha several boats for
, -n beyond"house warming" at thee would have cost *2 In New York city.' John of Jacksonville Is C. Strange and Miss Maggie/ C'rogrnn, The patrons of the Kock ledge postof. sale suitable for camping parties or
Oletwn
I 1p Mr. Poole and Miss Luella Hollars:! and fice have been entertained this week
of Mr.\ and Mrs. T. A.l Snider:> when spending the holidays with her pureuts, Mr. Strickland and Miss Susie White learning the combinations of the lock crusID! .
B season I Is at Its height. Tibbals. Mr. and Mis. J. I'. ChiUtunsun of this all life cabinet The turpentine still, which U situated
We wish them a long happiness boxes of the new poatotllce Is well
of the station
Thomas Lewis boasts a new gold watch place. and prosperity. which Postmaster Wilson has put In his just north railway ,

d chain the gift of his "boss," C. O.jferson. r Our school teacher Miss Harris, loft, ..c new postofllce building. He will have as under way.

while the "kids" were overfed Pineapples are still being shipped almost Saturday, for Orlando where she will CHILDREN POI ONED.-P.fanychnd. neat a little postolflce as them is along Jno. K. M. Hodgson and him daughter/ ,

with the tree furnfshed them by dally spend a week, and then go on to her ren are poisoned and made nervous and the; Indian River when fully completed.The Miss Bessie took a run to Cocoa on

rs. Jefferson. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters, on home in Osleeu.' It; Is hoped school she will return -weak, If not killed outright by mothers) social event of this season was on Monday l la.t.
of
The announcement that a small party Deo. 23r; J, a bouncing/ blue-eyed girl. to take charge our next giving them conrth syrups containing opiates Mondnr evening, the :22nd of Dee, by N. S. Johnson and John Johnson of

butt! our Fannie Rice dubs a "Dutch has retured from season. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe Mrs.-Horlne, In honor of !b." .gnter, Chicago have gone on .a camping trip up
fpw out") will "warm" Camp Comfort, Mrs James Hudson Mrs. J. W. Ives, of Our farmers were quite uneasy Saturday and certain remedy for coughscro: and Miss Louise Horlne. 'rt.ther was the Banana river .
in a visit to her niece night some spending nearly half the lung troubles and Is the only prominent refreshments from the
reassuring, for It portends fun good- I delightful and the merry season, E. W. Htlcknsy Is recovering
measure-beer too. Ojus. night in covering their crops with hay. cough mod Id PI that contains no opiates and happy spirits of the young effects of the stroke received while out
I Mr. and Mrs. Dodd, prominent residents Although 'we had some frost, It did not or other poisons. Hold by B. R. Wilson people, all contributed to make It a most on a bunting trip.

,There are dinners, lunches, musicales of Zanesvllle, O., have been enjoy. do much harm some fields not being Injured &; Son, enjoyable event. The rooms were tastefully wa.obaened in Kan
aatrlcls and anniversaries on the pro- Ing a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. at all, and only those that had A decorated with palms and mistletoe New Tear's day
series of dinners and excursions
im. All of which will be absolutely Dar i.. lender growth suffered to any extent. St. Lucie. the latter contributing not n littleto Oallle to by the a beach. .
artificial enperilo.on
ormal. Nothing tlobe Sound or Harry Jennings will soon complete Miss Jennie Oustafson gave a very enjoyable the lively Interests the occasion. The Canaveral mall Is being carried by
the Island at of pines at her In honor of Those present were > Misses Louise Horne -
the shed over six acres young party at home launch pending the repairing of the
Happy aud Glad New Year to yon, to East Lynn plantation recently purchasby Miss Harris, last Friday evening, nearlyall 'r. P. Chase has returned from another Ann, Ella Helen and Clementine steamer, Ilypolnxo. .

Iu all; sweet fruition to every desire him. of our young people being present. trip to Jacksonville.The Singleton, Grace and Mamie Hardee,
t so, Vera [Hlbbs Alllene Wilson, Ellen Paine. The Macatawa was outon Tuesday!
ti hope. "Thething thou crave sent by the The evening; was spent In playing games, M M. Jones and ,
of Judge .
its In the distance, wrapt In the slices Several prospectors-some this section of after which the hostess served a sump- family Lizzie' Ilughlett, Ml" HolTsmlth and last with a jolly party on board, and
ADVOCATE:-have been In Mrs. Jos. I'. nro..n., of Tltusvllle, spent and Messrs. M. VVeln-
unseen and dumb. Essential toy real estate bus repast. The party broke up In thewee.me' Mrs. singleton; Capt. Colby: at the helm.
late, and we have no doubt some the holidays at St. Lucie. W. );. /Williams. D.
soul and thy existence. Live worthy bands In the near future. hours of the morning all de. borg Singleton : E. S. Randall!I has already bagged some-
it. Call and it shall come." will change Glaring that Alls Jennie was a charming Senator Matt. S. Quay and SOD, Richard Lester Smith W 11. and L. K. Pettee, Jr.. lIne duck. Tb Helen Is In line order
that Miss rest at Leslie Bennett and Mr.IIoT. nilth. Cake,
delightful visit with entertainer, and regretting have been enjoying a quiet and looking like a new vessel.
fter a thoroughly Hill Rev. Mr. Sawyer Is adding much to Harris was to leave lor her home Io On- St. Lucie during the holidays. oranges sberbert and claret were served
and Mrs. T. B. .Allen at Oak of his elegant residence teen the next day. and music, dancing and games prevailed.Mrs. The ladles were all out sailing on Monday -
r. and Mrs. C. B- Jefferson have re- the appearance It to a coat of paint, as well{ Judge Minor 8. Jones, of Titusvllle, Horlne Is a daughter of I.. de Give last with Capt.; J. A. Gilbert In command
,ned home. Their cold storage will by treating ornamental plants on Peter Peterson, an aged bachelor living and sons, Messrs. Stanley and Wade II. Belgian consul at 'Atlanta, but owns a In command of the boat.
amply supplied with game for sometime as planting many alone in a small house near here has Jones accompanied by Tbos. L. I'alne, beautiful orange grove and home at
as Mr. Jefferson bagged any quan- his lawn. been sick for some time and has been made a Christmas call upon T. P. Chase Rockledge. The Chicago Is now on the Banana

t y of birds..fr. Our Club has decided to bold Its regular cared for by kind friends. Sunday morning and son, Christmas morning. river with a load/ of guests, slaying dncks.
Thursday evenings carried break- John Johnson Is in charge.
on Christensen Capt.
meetings when Mr.
Dr. and weekly ADVOCATE is a welcome visitor to to Live Long
The Find
and Mrs. Jefferson gave It Way
afternoons as found him :
I instead of in the fast to Mr. Peterson he lying Maunders of Eden was In Eau
Christ- the and residents Mrs. ,
of
surprise this end county, many
Purdy a pleasant hard- i
ye. the ...
for .
convenient in semi-conscious state. Calling The startling announcement of a Discovery
dainty tree ablaze will be more a subscribing for It. The people Oallle\ on Monday last. Mrs. Saunders'Loop
A are
miniature
as.th color and tinsel adorned the dining working gentlemen. ance comfortable Mr. Christensen position soon and bad Lr him .IIIt'I'I want the news, and they get It in the made by that Editor will O.sueely II. Downey lengthen of life Chu-Is Mettle If., 'Is on Hodgson's ways.

Lie, as a center piece-(a compliment Mr. and Mrs. H. Jennlng recently tennisMr.entertained -. was more sent for but every effort to arouse pink paper of the East Coast. rubusoo, Ind. "I wish to state," he writes, Miss Wilson arrived In Eau Oallle on
who Istent
their little daughter, Edith, at a game of lawn Miss him to consciousness was In vain, and at )lrl. Chase exhibit, with great pride, "that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption the 2<5th Inst. This young lady will\ rev
.
at school in North Carolina) and Mrs. C. U Racey and and daughter Mrs. %V. II. the present writing (Tuesday morning) among the Christmas presents some fine Is the most Infallible remedy main for a month or two with her uncle

n. Purdy laughed and wept. Wept Edith,vt Waveland; Mr.Dodd and Mrs. very little change Is noticeable. Mr. /grapefruit from Viking friends One that I have ever known for cough., cold. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stlcltne,.
her one ewe lamb so far away. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Denmark and has lt In circumference with
f Peterson Is a native of specimen measure >tin. and grip. It's Invaluable people
Iloke. resided here for 8 or 9 years He has a ; and Lionel Chase received fine weak lungs. Having this wonderful STOP IT I-A neglected cough or cold

k STTARE.-If knew 1 The ADVOCATE helps to boost up this sister living In Nebraska Martin repeating rifle. medicine no ono need dread pneumonia may lead to serious bronchial or lung
LIFE you and send
publishing the news Its relief Is nltantand troubles. Don't take chances when
by consumption.
and' section or
h splendid merit of be Foley's without Honey It. A ing us would-be setters, and w. reciprocate PDeumonlasndLsOrlppecoughs cured Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can cure certain" B. K. Wilson: Son guarantee 'oley'. Honey and Tar affords perfect

r e you or two would will never prevent an attack of by sending the pink paper our turn job quickly by Foley's Honey and Tar. B*. always be prevented by un.nse of Foley' every Ma and II bottle and give tecnrlty from serious effects vt a cold.
One good Wilson A Son TltuavUle.EAST
I It along. Sold by B. R. ,
umonla or la grippe. It may saver I.. printing to help fuse substitutes. Kidney Cure. Bold!! by D.R.Wilson*: Son. trial bottle free.

life. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Bon. deserves another









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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 2. 1903.

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.THH EAST COAST OF VtOfiaxi .

: HAS ThfE LOCKJAW HABIT. l leVy lo lt PAJUOISS RBOAINID. I
1

I Woman. Who Van Seared by m. C:. I)
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/ Aflm From lIall'.e.tlon.

a Dr.apeclallMt Lel h in....nervouit Sturges diseases of New told York a, ,. 0f FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.:


reporter for the New, York World the I

other lockjaw day from that which tbo affliction Mrs. Eliza resembled Cunningham LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 190 .


Is suffering In Dellevue! hospital SOUTHBOUND-MAD DOWN. MCWTNMUWO-mD Up.H / .
from seelutf a cat In a fit was not

true lockjaw nor any relation to It. *. H N-3 0 NIt.31S M.. 71 III.. at ,;jila.a.aa
The he said set bar Jaws MAIN LINE. JaU7 >>
patient Dal 7 Dally Daily .:"Jf
through a nervous condition and more ( r- C -

winning books, by' suggestion or habit than anythingelse 1 ,, ,H ..... II 00 It 1 15.. Lv....."" Jaokoonatll. .A, plIO. .. f
Our money tbe result of her llret fright .-......; CI p 10 23. Lr.. ........"Iflouth. JkckoonviiioTIillJIIII.. .! ..* I f-}, s-is a..:::::,
written by men who know, tell ....... IS II lie a ...............8. AII.u.Ua................ p T.O. ..- \
all about when a gIrL The effect upon her was _..... tS p p 11 CI.. .....,....>*....... Hs\.*inc( .. .......*..... V T 06) a ......
/ you not mysterious, he said and the present ....... 00 p ''I 11 J. ...............Sest 1: Palatka:. .. i. p S W! s .:
+ v s .........j II pIi04p ..................4 NOH........*..*>...... 1 tp eit s.:-
trouble would soon pass away. ... .S c. p ..... ............ unneila ..-............ .". 4 ot r e 04 a .. -
Pota.sh When the patient was sixteen years ...::::: p pUp p .....I............ Dupou....... .......... .. 1 n v liD. ..--
i ... ... to p ............ .... ............. 311 pl'. .
I old. she was thrown Into hysterics at L a ...:.... 1 10 P ea p .............. ...ytons.. ........ ... p 6 Si a w
''I They are needed by every man he sight of a cat In a fit and her Jaws ..... p 01 p ..Por.Or.n : ............. a os p 11.-
'II who own a field and a plow, end .is.00 Iu pliO p :::.:.::.:."rO.kHga.:...... ....w ftD{ 4. Ma fir;
deiires to the most out set remaining Immovable for several 12S. ........ II t5 p y ........ .... .. ....... .. .......
1 who get days. Ever: since then the eight of a 000. ........ 111" ... ....Tltu.vIU..:::..:.::....... tt P ....... tMl
of them. ........ ........ p N ......::::::...... IB p ........
They Kt/rll Send poot.1 I card cat has affected her more or baa, and t ........ ........ ,81 ......... ..... Caeoat" ........ ::::::
o see one In a fit IB certain to bring on ........ ........ 4 80D ................ :Bm Ofclllw................ 11 i 41D ........ ..._
TURK
,) .. OFRW' .KALI A. VerltAcce""ted ...... 4 39 p ................ >i lbourn................ 11 ........ ........
i NMMII Mrwt w hysterics and a setting of the jaws. .:....: .......: //I 1t p w ................. 8"ba.tlaJ&................ 11 e. ........ ..
------ ........ ........ 1 08 p ................. Bt. Luol ................. 11 MW a ........ .. -....
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK: TAKING Tri-'SVeekly Sailings ........ ........ .10 P .................Ft. Pl reAr .................. 11 a ........ ..:....
.
... ....... .1811 ...............Wblte CI07................ 16> 41 A ........ ..:....
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill .::..... :....... K...................Tlbballs! ................. iOSOSS ........ .. ....
Free and V>nlo because the formula Is plainly .... ........ I41p ...................Eden................... 1026a........ ..: _
w printed on bottle showing that I It Is BETWEEN JACKSONVI I IE and NEW YORK. ......:. ........ I" p ...................J"n...n................... a ........ .
m////// ? : Imgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless ........ :... .. f 10 p ................ ................ 0 UM ........ ...
1 / ..:..- Vvm. No cure, No pay. (.Oota. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ........ .._.... p w ............... West jdplMr............... 9 a ....... ...w
........ ........ S 18 p .............Wtit Palm Biaoh............ e MaM .. ....
i in the Coastwise Service ....... 141 p .................Bojnton ..... ...... 1183......:.........".
t Indian ;dikt R No. 90I REMARKABLE OPERATION. The Finest Steamships ...::..: :....... 1 It p ..............1'&. Leud.rdali.! ............. 7 a i iM .......... ......
........ ........ 0 II p ...............J.sinoD (slty................ e ........ ......
....... ........10 SO.. ............. ...... H1amt..t.., II 4S a ._...... .....
Blver"WTOS; Titus vllle, Footliall riayer'a !Slabs! Saved by The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
/ BUFFET PARLOR CABS ON TRAINS U AND 71.
Slllchea In IIIHreball..
Direct Service Between
;
f
lodge, \ Florida.
II '.... .In. IU monting the.enondand fourth FrlI Four orltclien. taken In the ball of hU Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
I dnyof eiuitt. mouth, a*thlr rriotu, Indian laver eyo mveil! the night, of .lames O. :Mulvlhlll. I

/ Hore1Tltu.Hlle U Urnmll4..r., at 7 tan n'clork.I 11. tu.f a football player of the 8t. Ignatius (Calling at Charleston S. c., both ways) No. IT I I N..4S6; I I No. 31 I No..t91 No.47 I I PAZ.ATKA. I No. 46 1 I No. .I I N.. BO I f No. 41 !!..M
Walker th"ter Lal'y. D.11 7v Doll y. D s 1 D a h y, BSANO S. Dell y, Dill y. D a 11 y. Dail y. D.aF
J.: :L.:CMTUtltan: i Monlnr Warden;i'r. ;: (college' team. The operation! wan 8KMI-WEEKLY 8AIUN09JRnnthltntmd

Li i H. ..........r.'lIulor Wartlou.J. p-rfi rnird In the \V.st. Aide hospital .. ..... ..... ... ....... ... ..... ........front Lewis Wliarf Boston I. i p ) 1. a s asr r 6sos p p
F.. M.A, l Morgan>lxon, Tr, Hocretar1.I *senrer. ChlciiKO, wiij's a recent dispatch to the! NortUbound''J.r. ; ... ... .. ............from foot of Catherine Street! Jacksonville 760p_ OSp 4tlpi1305p e4SC ArE.PeiaikeLv ebota Bea 191ip 06p pep

It. V.. Ilrnwn Clmplaln. New York Ileruld. No. 87 No. 10 No.161 N. SS
J. H. Rrcren, Huolor Dmiunii. Dally. Lally, BAN MAO BRANCB. Lrl.y, Daly,
11. K. Mliim jr., ifuniur Uuiicon.IS. The young mil II'ft.. In a laboratoryon Clyde St. Johns lliver Line.
I .U. Vanlniiilmeliuiii.' ( Sonlor Steward. Oct. SS:! filling tattles with soda Water V 6 1 v. ...... ....... ass at .................... r p
V. M. .,.lor.Junior Hlewanl.. PeUary Line.) 0 J p 6 806_ Ar.. Ben M.keo. ..Lv 6 e6 f 9. ,
when one of the bottles exploded
P. W. Itiiliertf, Tyler.
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.Stopping No. N. N' i N
.. and piece' of glass; struck him In theleft Bid No. 17 1 Daly' Bf&YPORT DEAN08. Nea le 2P Nail
--- -- '- --- Hereofonl UeLamlj, and intermediate landings 3. oOnly. y
St. Francis ( -
; eye. A fragment of tbe glass near at Palatka Aitor. on the et.Jolur's Klv"r. Only.Dally. 1Cx sue Dally Unl Dally,
TALL BUILDING FIRE TEST. ly half an Inch In diameter cut throughthe C 1006 I CO SSoa ,,. ., ae v Il e.. ..A r Ti 45 18 O
,1' STEAMER "CITY OP .TACKSONVICLE. O p t0 If 09 p 8425 .. ,,.,Sit, Jwta :.::.:.... ? 51a I 1322p 6 411
lids and Into the eyeball. The cut IS APPOINTED TO \AII. A9 FOLLOWS 140p1046& Cite .. ,.. Pablo Bsarh..,.. ... ( Tuna itWa 4 6+ 1
} Jtrnnlt of fttandplpt.il Trlrrt nn "Klnt. g 4p 60 a 044p 519 .,...,,.,,Atlantle Beach.......... T f,) Il 46 a 4t' ,
of Inch and
was three-eighths an deep ... ..... .. .. .. and Tn
Ir..n Vow kvrk.Pprsons Leave. Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville: p. m Sunday Tllelay. rdayaLeave 100 t1 06 a T OO r 9 86 a An. ............ Maypert ...,...,......Lv etas II 90 a 490
half an Inch long in the white of the Sanford 9:30 am m. MonUa Wedoesday.and Friday
rwixdlnw nloiiff Itroiuhvny and .
VlftU avpnii-t iioiir Twenty-third street eye. The operation sons performed half Bonthbonnil. SCI IEItILE. Northbound. 1 ; B.A.ZfFOBD DB.A.1'lOK.' Bil $=l7 OAAN05 CITY HRANOH. Dpi
nn hour IlIh> The Injured Itaud diiwn. heed up
'/ In New York the othrr morning foundthctnselvPH r. eye was Leave 330 p. m. .. ....... .. .. .... ....JAr K ()NVIt.LIC .. ........ .. .. .. .......Arrive 11.00 a.in Son. Sun. ann. boa
\ sewed up with four stitches after several .. 8.48 p.m..... .... .. ..._ ... .. .. ....rAL-ATKA.... .... ... ... ....... .. Leare 5.1 H) p.u'I 666 ..... ltu.vU e.,.. ,.Ar a I.. p vNew m.rne..Ar j
enveloped In clouds ot .. ... .. .. .... ...... .. ...... I.3O. T Lv........ ... ............. ..
.stitches bad been taken In the upper 3.uoa.m... .. .......... ... ... .. STtJK p.m Is a 'it 4 81 p ... ,,.,. .., ...... 6 ))
pray, caused by streuuis of water ..joa. m....... ............. ...ST..IAMI .... ... .. .... .. .... .. .. .... .. l.oop.ru e e9. l Lv..0.t. ............ 1161. 4 89 p hr.........Ora.. O.y.........L. b hi
and lower lids. .. .. .. .... ......BERltlFItD".LA!: ) ...... .. ... ..... .. 13.00 n'n 05. .,...,.... ,...., ll b3el 4 CO p Ar..Orang. Ctty JuocS..L. t1l /
hootlnff out over thone tborouRbfarcH Arrlve8JO. a. m... .............. ... .....aANFt'RO. .. ........ ....4..... .... .. U.aO. a.m e 8o& r a enM1.r d. '
from the dizzy holjflit of the (Klntlron TO CURB: A COLD IN ONE, DAY
The.. ,
Tim.TableS stun M. time. at wblo9 train. may b. to arrlys and d.pea
building/ which covers the Irlantulur I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. from thes.v. altaboos but thalrarrlyalord.par nn aetb.Nmesstated tonotga araav t
plot bounded by UrOlad"a). Fifth avenue druggists refund the money It It falls nor does the Cowpaay hoid Itself responsible for aw7l.io or any eoc..quen.. art.tng ti.,.
A.O. HAOERT7. Eait'n Pall. F. M.1KO.N!MONdER: JK.,ASK.Ueu.Pa... Agt.19StsteSt.IfewYork ftpm.,
and Twenty-Mcond! and Twenty" to cure. E..W Grove's signature Is on j 2M( Went. Hair St.,Jacksonville, Fla.THO8. .

third streets snys the New York .'rl' s. each box. 25cU.CM D.HALET,Local Freight{ .oe, I 10. P. LOVKbL.: A..t.Supt.. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.&STWBJEXT .
foot Hogan .Jiwikscmvllli), Fla. ,| Foot Hogan at.. Jacksonville,tla,
'The unexpected deluge was the result Ilse. JOHN. L. HOWARD anperlntendent. Hogan St.Jauksonv111eFla.,
: JlitLU/+/ai '
of the testing to their fullest capacity me With THKO. O. KOKU.: General Manager. WM. F CLYDcO! a CO.. General. Agent JOBY VvTCST AND HAVAICA
"Your husband" sold the talkative ClieMbrougb Building, 19 State! St.,Oppoelte Battery Park New York.
l Fire Chief Croker of the staud-
y For information relative to dates of Peninsular
sailing Occidental
man "baa such a gentle disposition. lie ... Steamship
::4 IJlpesln\ the building ; C. II. WAI/TOST. Agent, TItusvllle, Fla.SE .
Inherited It from his mother I suppose Company, apply to any agent.
: The puinplnjf was done by the two
"
?.
t
most i'ow'rtu engines In the department .
( "No" replied Mrs Henpeck significantly. J. D. RAHNER Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
--Non. 1 H nd 1-1-and the demonstration

J t. 304 fret above the street level was. part. "I of think my dowry.1 may "safely-Philadelphia soy that L ::B. I> For cop'/ of repeal Time Card address any agent.

was Rucct'NMful) In every way. Chief
Preiis.
i Croker said that no matter how high
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
6 buildings were If they bad Htundplpes E...,. !>..<.n.. .

'. the present| t''IlIII'1I! could pump waterto 'Smith-Poor fellow he baa a hard

the roof tops time. getting along, hasn't. be? .' -P'OR- SOUTHERN RAILWAY.EFFECTIVE
Lieutenant John Rush, stiprrvlslnjr awhile but since .
Brown-He did for ,
SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHER PIJES( ; RICHMOND,
of the dopurtinent. had churn .
engineer he started clown hill be Hilda It comparatively
I of the steiuuers In the street while easy-Chicago News WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,.'

Croker wits with the IIIIMP pipe men
OCT. I 1002.
above. The Two Elegant Trains ,
wutt-r was extremely muddy What was probably the first public Dally

all through the .test iiotwithstaudln library In the United States wn.'start

the fact that at least 4O.OOO gallons ed In rharlenton. R. C.. In 1740. Seaboard Express NORTHEAST Rnnto. No.Dan,84.. ;\0.D..lly 110. I NORTHWEST., : Ronte.Lv. I1)allf.I

of water were puuipivl out of the mains. Seaboard Mail. Lv. Jacksonville, Southern Ry '9 oo-a. "T'alt p. ..ackftonvile,8outh! Ry.... .. ... '7 oIh p
I Nine streams were thrown across Lv. Savannah Southern liy 1 1ft p. 19 3t1 a. : Lv.Jenup Southern Ry......., 10 4A p
:v. ('barton.. .. Southern lty 0 SO p. 10.tA a. Ar. !Mncon Southern Ry.......... 300 a
Itrtmdway, one from each floor, beginning MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Ar. Danville, Southern 1ty 13oTa_ 140 p. Ar. Klovllla, Southern. R,.......... 3 it a
at the thirteenth and ending at ConsumptionSalt Ar.-Richmond, Southern R y -T 00 a' 643 p: Ar.Atlanta. Houtbern. R ..?.. ..... 120 a
ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleeper from .Jacksonville to Ar. Rockmart ,,,. .
Southern Ky 6 M
too roof. The water for this 8..ii 7 p
L.nchM1urR T"IIT
display Ar R' i P :
'harlottevilletloutb.rn A r. Rome, Souihetn Ry,. ..:.:::: 1 Mg
h was furnished by Engine:: / No 1.;working New Orleans Ar. ( Ity 4 Sfl a.. 1\ bit/ p. A r. Dal I on. Southern Ii)... ...... 88.

f to Ita fullest! capacity. After the test Ar.. Washington Baltimore, SouthernAr. P. It. R.. Ity... 9 7411.1)0)( o... It II 311 M p.p. Ar.L....Chattanooga Chattanooga, Queen Southern A Crescent R Y............. 1000 949 a

1 t a two Inch crawtlsli was found alive For ful1l information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent Ar. Philadelphia, P. It. R.. ... 11 11 a. 966 .. are Oakdale., Ijneen A Crescent.. : 00 n
Ar. New York. P. IU R.. 1 oo .
e 3P. 11:1
p. I
Engine No. 1's. pump, pork is a famous old- Seaboard or write Ar. Somerset Queen A Creaceirt. Pflp
I 10. Ar. Huroln' Queen Crescent... 4 30 P
fashioned No.34. New York and Florida Express ,Dally Ar. Lexington Queen A Crescent.. 8 lip
l lS'l IMPROVING ELLIS ISLAND. remedy for consumption A. O. MACDONELL-. Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida. Pullman. sleeping. car*. Port Tampa and. Jacksonville Ar. Cincinnati Queen.
Eat plenty of ______n __ .__ ___ ________.____ ___....._.. to New ork. Dining can. LrT'Clnflinnatl,-Bin Four Route.. .. ,B:3o DNo
Big Four Route....... 710.
New" ..land to Be Nulls In New' York 30. Washington Richmond and F1nHdaAr.Chicago..
Line .. ..... .
Penn. 8.ep
P Nt'' Harbor Kor' a Hospital. pork, was the advice to the SIECI.A.I.: : :7L'i' l RTES.TO Inn Limited can,via JackmmTllle Richmond.to Dail New!.7. I..tllmanlll.York. Dining....- Ar.Chleago Penn. Line* ..... ..... Tai._

A new Island Is to be built In New and Car*. I Lr.Clncinnat C. II.&D.-Mon.Ar. "n... 84.1P
consumptive So 100 .Chicago. H.tD.-Monon.! ... I 7:96:
York harbor between Ellis. Island and -
.Cincinnati C.. H wt,,1 .
) Mich Cent 943p
-
Jlodloo's island, says a Washington years ago. CALIFORNIA, COLORADo', UTAII, OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANAand TO CINCINNATI .THROUGH THE LAND 011' Ar.Toledo C.L&D.-MIeh.Cent I ilea
dispatch to the New- York Tribune. It THE SKY. Ar. Detroit C. H.&D.! -Mlrh.Cent: 'f' 06:18L..Lexlnjtllln. :

la to lx utied for tho erection of a hospital Salt pork is good if a man NORTHWEST, Southern' Ry..... .. Iivjlle -B30'p
NOltTIl OUXD. ROUTE. |INo.30. Ar I.on is Southern Ry..... .. i 8 IIP
I for the cure of Immlgranta suffering jan;; stomach it. The idea VIA WASTERN ATLANTIC: R. R, and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA Lv. .lackimnvTUe, ftnuthern Ry..., I TM p L.... Louisville, Southern Ky.... .... 9 IA! P
from contagious dim-urn This Is L..l'Iav.nDl.b. Houthern. Ky .... M: 30 a Ar St. Ixnls. Southern Ky........ 732io.H a
and ST. LOUIS RY. Lv.Ciilunilila, Southern. K ... .... "
one of the Improvements behind it is that fat is the TOO a The >lorlua Limited. Dally. Solid
recommended
Ar. Aahevllle, Southern Ry..... I /imp train of vestibule coaches. ami Pullman sleeping
r t by Supervising Architect Taylor who food the needs Dixie Flyer Route Ar. Hot HprliiK, Southern Ry I I :2 37 P ears. Jackfionville to Cincinnati.
lius been at Ellis Island making an In- consumptive Ar. Cincinnati Queen Jfc; Crescent.. I .a. tII.. H. C. HUNT.City PasHenger. and Ticket. Agent
I City Ticket Office, 108 W Street.
.wt vcstlvutiou of the needs for additional most. During September and October .1oo:!. Jackionvlll No. 30 Pullman to Clnclun.drawing-room U sleeping oar H.F. C.RY.Dlxtrlot Pamenger. .Bay A tent,
Jacksonville,Fla.
accoiumodntlomi
for the United States
_
t
Immigrant station Scott's Emulsion the mod. For descriptive matter, rates, schedule etc, write to, or call on .

I t He bus recommended that the main .method of feeding fat to S. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent, C. II. ACKAIIT, Ocii. Mgr. 8. II. IIAItDWICIC, O. P. A.

buildings be enlarged nt a cost of approximately
Y b. $300.000, that the existing he: consumptive. Pork is too 213: W st Bay Street? Jacksonville, Fla. Washington, D C

r a hospital( be enlarged at u c>Ht of about rough for sensitive stomachs.3.C E. HARMAN: Gen. Pass. Agt. II. li'. SMITH, Tmfflo Manager. W. II. TAYLOE, A O P A, Atlanta, Ga.
$100.000 and that an Island of Boverul
acres be built up and a hospital erected scott's) Emulsion is the most Atlanta Oa. :Nashville, Tenn.Atlantic .

.
.
on it at a coat of about -- -- -- -- "
$.VMmo.:! Ills -- --
refined of
fats


i e recouimeiulatlons by has Assistant been directed Secretary to have prepare Taylor been plane approved, and and ho prepared for easy, -especially digestion. Coast Line 1) on't 1 a ke !1>/// /cure TheytemporarUy constIpation the 1|

R'y. by agitating
I ectlmates for the work. Feeding him fat in this
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured the liver
way, which is often the only secretes enough bile to make the Int untile
WOMAN TRAVELER'S : execute their natural functions. df
( PLUCK -
way, is half the battle, but The Oreat Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: ural agitation,caused by cat hartlcs, Hj compels LiJ

'Journeyed Arvumpanlrd Through Only .by tfrlrnnVlld, Scott's Emulsion does more To the East Over Its own rails Savannah, Charleston '''Richmond and 'Washington attain continual and the Increasing results. doses to

Hrrtanta. ; thence via Pennsylvania R. U. .. n
than ;
On beard the steamship Kerala from that. There is something -
t Liverpool which recently arrived at To the West The Louisville A: Nashville via Montgomery. I I f
about
Itoston, was Mrs. 1'IIIUIIShaw Col- the: combination The Mobile A Ohio li. It. via Montgomery. ''

cK'Ugh Just returned from a trip to of cod liver oil and hypophos- To the East Via Steamship Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, r liver on Chills the
Viranda. |In nrltlsh Inet Africa she Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York ; cures
baa obI visited Somallliind% and during phites in, Scott's= Emulsion Washington and Italtlmore. VU Savannah and Merchant it: J e and Fever, and every form of

her trip bad crossed. Luke \'IdorlaOn that puts 11.:'., life into the Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter

f her return she vlsltl..111111111:881.1I1': and To Key West &nllllt\Yanli. via Peninsular Occidental Steamship Company. Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the

''J then the Seychelles Islands. where the weak parts an i has a special trouble, works permanent cure. ,

African klutrs are exllt! disca?ei lungs. :lWJ..1oago: Tiohs:4: ts. FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.n. !. :

Sir: *. Colcteueh has traveled. alone Interchangeable mileage tickets, good over ll: ,
into the African: wilds, nccompnnled .\ simple: wilt be pal railroads In the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents. WILSON' & sox.
only by native servants, tbe a
1'hll-
w adelphlu I'reHs.' Hut slit nays made her sci.tfricupou request. Addresses of parties In the north seat to the undersigned will be liberally supplied ____. __'_u________.__ ___ ____.___._______

proiitren possible and much easier by .' .u t' it ihm r''UN' In with Information and handsome advertising matter.
.
1-e.lng nrmed with letter. of Introduction '. >' .-*..!. r.i .* label battle m oo Ih.4s of. Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line; WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE
ivcry T
I . also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern .
and helped. I by the admiration of u v i "I"'r.SCOTT( Railway.For !

her pluck which was shown by' some & Information as to rates, sleeping car re reservation eta, CAn on or write to V V OR1\/IS

of tbo..e with whom idle came In contact BOWNE FRANK C. BOY LSTON, W. D. STARK Bat 1.Quaatlty. Be.11a QuaJIIF.

for on one occasion an otHcIal said 'M Commercial Agent. Tray. Pass. Agent.. For.20 Yeses Hns i.tt i'1i:i Cr.aai.lc
to another: CMHYUSTS. las: Went Rev St., Astor BaiUilncr." JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : titrn. r:; :. ( &;

TU 1 tie dashed It I don't like her -4O y Pearl St., N. Y. II. M. EMERSON, Traffic MAnager W. J. CRAIG, Qon'L. Pass. Agent f3osa: a .IZ la- .. %> a JC'.cr '%'0_

pluck, and I'll help her anyway. ;0& and aft; an druggUts. '% WILMINGTON, N. C. C l.ror-__-.aw..wwe..vv"" "-'wvw.rv..w... '.Mr wwwvwa v. R-.a aRA, St. LoulB-










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COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2. 1903. 7 i'V'

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TITUSVILLE. GROSVENOR'S VISION. RHEUMATISM .1'IELnouJtNI DI2AC1I I


:IAN': RIVER: :aO't"EL.:: Ohio Representative- Se. "Cncl. I r
Chair. :
COTTAGE
"oe" Cannon In Speaker's MYRTLE
ON.T llK-I>'DIAN-RIVER. MELBOURNE BEACH, FLA. I
From the lips of General Grosveno CURED AT LAST 1'
of Ohio prophetic words deeply; Private Boarding House at Melbourne Bench Rates : $.OOltof$7.00( | ; (> per week '
TITUSVILLE, charged with political significance* fel *1.23perday.: GRACE G. CUMINGS, Manager. I ,

Washington die- Good News For All Who Surfer . .
other
the day. says a -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
? NV k FLORIDA. patch to the, New York Tribune. Gas!' With Itheuiimtlsm Free. JENSEN. .

Ing into the fur distance beyond the To all\ who suffer with Rheumatismwill I
ken of mortal eye, that venerable gladly: seed free the wonderful story
statesman caught a glimpse of the of how my mother was cured after year .A.L FRESCO HOTEL, oFot lneaPLe. l lLam'
T'J.. O. BAST Proprietor new house of representatives. Softllstroking suffering, together with the most et.bu-. Cen Bolt.
.. 1tb his white board, his glance rate treatise on Rheumatism ever put UNDER' NEW MANAGEMENT. "TB :1

I F a A stUl! directed dreamily toward the tar lislied. The prettiest locution on Indian'Rlvor. Large, beautiful grounds Near R
distant future General Oros'enorlll1ule No matter what your form of Rheumy\- the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting. Terms roiutonnble.' Letters and
DUCK SHOOTING the following revelation of the tlsm is, whether acute, chronic, rmiscv. Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention.. !
lar, lullaminatory, det'01"l1lAutBclatlc'i JOHN S. PAHIC, Owner and Proprietor. I
future as It was vouchsafed to hli neuralgia gout: lumbago,. eto-no OIl\t'l
r'7 ta'kSQf, 1
r k ?'r'li 1 q --- -- -
-- --
? ., -J I and FISHING prophetic eye: ter how many doctors have failed i In ----------- ----- t
; haialtP xl'I?' j i {I "With my prophetic eye 1 cannot se your case-no mutter how many Bocalle VEST PALM: It1ACl------ i I
Kates anyone In the npenker'9, chair but "sure cures" you have tried-I want you
: $2 50 per day. 'Uncle Joe' Cannon. I see him now to write to me and let me tell you how \'

desk with his gavel or mother was cured. N
pounding the .
$l0asd$12perweelJACKSONVILLE. sawing the air with that l
expounds parliamentary law. I cat t
have a CURE; for Rheumatism and 1
only see 'Santa Claus' "-and here the ,I
tell
want to who suitors \\lth
everyone home-like hotel, well appointed and boautlfully located the
laid his hand on his own large giving
general Rheumatism all about It. I wish to be
comforts without tho cost of the expensive oncH. Situated LAKE .
mono on 1 11VOlt'1'll
breast-"down in his old Bent on the clearly understood, and trust that all Hoy"ll'olllch\'na '
the Ho'el White
opposite waltrcftNcs. ElectrioItelU 1
INDSOR HOTEL . DuUell, the host it who are suffering with this terrible elis-
floor. I see leading /
Good! Fishing, Hunting add Boating. Raton $:-j!, $3 SO and $3 per l'
a fight for a rule. I see Babcock In ease, however apparently beyond the day. Special rates by the week. TIlt 1'f.MVe Palm Bench
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S t
and reach of cure, will write to me this day;' .
diplomatic
his accustomed
place .
LARGEST AND BEST: YEAK-UOUND HOTEL. '
and I will send you by return mail till
able. I and Sherman par
see Payne
work of mine. I appeal especially to Ihe
Butug their accustomed roles and Lit. Ill'" who are wearied and
tlefleld doing business nt the old stand discouraged with "doctoring" and to< The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, '
All this I see: In my ,vision but 'Uncle those who have been cast aside ns "in FLORIDA. I
Joe' In the chair." curable." All you have thought about ,.
: ; Rheumatism may be wrong. Let me tell W. C EKNST! Manager: .

H Y OLD TENPINS FOR FUEL. you our experience. Surely, if you hawheumatism < On Lake Worth, opposite PostofTlco and business houses. Large verandas.. I
or have a sutler log friend,
Strictly llrst-class. Rates, $2 per day. Special by tho week. I.
It will to Investigate otter,
jay you my
.,.. View of Short
: Novel Dev. .n the
:4 ,
: i
nice In Coal. anyway, and prove for yourself these '., .' T
claim 1 make '
I.
r. Orange N. J., Is facing a coal fam Send me your address to-day. pORtAl PALM HIACII. "t '
Inc. Small qtinr.tttloa of coal are received card will do-and I will mull you this: :
dully, but the supply la not equal wonderful niory. If you have any] ..r w t
to one-third of the demand says the friends Buttering with Rheumatism 110 I
New York Times. One man a proprietor matter where located, send mo their Hotel Palm Beach. : :
of a large amusement place, has address, and 1 will mall them a copy I '
My address IH V1CTOK KA1NIIOLT.
succeeded in keeping his homo warm !in .1,1' I
Bloomfield, Ind .. '
spite of the lack of coal. N THE NK\V; MODERATE RATE HOTEL." r
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For a longtime It was a mystery J r a I I I1i t"
how he managed, and nt lust one day Accommodates r.OO.) Located on Palru Beach) I \,

dome one opened the furnace door and oIIf r proper, betweeu tho Ocean and LakeWorlh. !.'.A '
I to be a lot of bot- r I ,
saw what appeared ii r Within minute's walk of the Palm Beach Rail
ODGE &: CULLENS OWNERS' AND PROPRIETORS. ties blazing away furiously. Others ) tD I way Station land Royal Polnclana Garden. Rates, e1 Ir1 I

were summoned to view the seeming $3.0)perdayand) upwards. Suites with private .W
miracle and at lust the proprietor came fr- ,I..
1 baths extra. Booklet and weekly rates on HpplUcation.

WJYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I that along looked and explained so much like that bottles the objects were xbAda 1 = .--I ; a Opens December 20th. 1 M' ,'

In reality tenpins. .rf .J .4 W. H. ORMES, Manager.
II : wNa
that In the he } :
He explained years .1J
In theplace 2 II. STANLEY HTEVENS, Owner. .1; :
had maintained bowling alleys of .ai i r --- u_ a
an almost countless number I
Opposite poatofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- tenpins had become too battered to be ErC 0I TIIE HIBISCUS PALM BEACH, FLA. t 'aJ'+ ,
serviceable. They were made of hardwood OGg" 'UNDEH NEW': MANAGEMENT. J: I \

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. and were saturated with varnish (- Sf' n Superbly situated between the Atlantic- Ocean and f.akeVortb.. Excellent t I.. 1\\

so that when fired they furnished a hot o Table. Courteous Service. Home Comforts. Rates, .2.61)( per day and ups : .
: \ "
Rates $2.50 per day_.nd up. ter blaze and lasted as Jong as a coal arz i 5 waids. Flist-CIass Restaurant attached to hotel. '\l ,

fire. The man says be has a supply O.tIt A. W., FRITSCII, Proprietor. j

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor sufficient to last well Into the winter. rJ I & 0'(DQ _,. ____ '> t.
'
r '
j
INTEREST ON HIS MONEY. ; t'e lQ p Beach Club Cafe., kIncorporated. \ ,

[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE "aCl t,
How Two of liD e' Sum' Soldier
FLA. paid a Debt. ) Etn ( .) ',
t
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and Opened down Sergeant so close John to the Daly blotter bad the his other nose S t FE. 0 Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal I'olnclana' Palm Beach, on the north. !

this season. Fine cooking and Rood: table. Hot and Cold Water afternoon that he did 'not notice two ..... CD '

Baths, Elevator, etc Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All soldiers the of East the regular Thirty-fifth army street who eta entered B 4 t. E: Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours (I:If


street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. : tlon house in New York and stood in (fletIg g. eE4ri Flrst-CIiiHs Chef, Cuisine and Service.:: .
I front of his desk. Then there was a '=' :
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. plunk and something fell on the desk."There's .. >' : r:1-vn.'te :1n.j.n.g: : :larJ.ors '
: .. ::F : 1"1
,
for sergeant m
a present you
," said one of the soldiers who s 0U'J Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours. '. l I

NEW VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE : wore the stripes of a sergeant. "That's !OG J =- h_ .h .. .- .- -- .-- -. __a ---' /
FLA.
:! r
"And here's I
some-
a Flllpiuo bclo. ? 1\IIAIUI "It
\w c8 i
thing else," said the otter !!soldier a ) t' j
1
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2,00 and $2.50 per
corporal as he threw down before the >-
day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to f 1.00 each person. astonished sergeant a finely chased > '" f to K '=' Formerly Palm Cottage, I \:

R. BIXLER, Proprietor. gold and stone talisman used In Mindanao The Palm Hotel
MIAMI, FLA. fi I.
Island in religious ceremonies. :
- i f'\\
-4 ---- - "You don't remember the 'two bones' t I
rSEAnIU EZI lent us long ago do you?" asked C) i iIRE ii Remodeled nnd enlarged. All modern Improvements, large, airy rooms/newly :
the you corporal as he laid down a bright ; ) furnished, with broxd, breezy verandas. CnUIno the very best. ItAtes, |):J anil 1))1
five dollar gold piece. "Here they are $2.50: per lay. Special per week. O US A. MULLER, Proprietor. ; \

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NOW OPEN.SEABREEZE back, with Interest. i --
The Colonnades Then Daly remembered that one i n KIJV WI ST. i'l

(Daytona) FLA. night before the Spanish war two prl- i

rates had called on him with a "hard .
luck story" and be bad given $2 to J '
I
SPECIAL RATES UNTIL JANUARY 15TIL ;them. They were Just back from the .9.8 The Jefferson KEY WEST FLA. :

FOR RATES, BOOKLETS, ETC., ADDRESS: Philippines. .' 1 .
J -I
OF THE LAND JAS. 1'. VINING .
FIRST LADIES Manager. I
CIIAS. A. CREIGIITON, Manager. .
YOU A ROAT BU1LiElt ? If .\,
Remarkable Chanire Heported In you are, get one ofValton'. PatenrJRlkiag Itopover! allowed on all UavNl/\/ tickets via.P. & 0 8. B.'Co. .
PALMER & SHARES, Proprietors. Invaluable to boat .. .
Tools ---
( ----
Mr.. )ltl..holnle, Ilealeh.iMrs. \ ; -- ------ .
.. = builder. and owners of boats. Calk ;
-- can rely upon to
-- Roosevelt one
-- !!
Her 1 I" boar moie rnpldly than. any other SLAND CITY HOTEL.KEY WENT, FLORIDA.
KOCKLKDGE.: je always gracloun. manner calking tool In the world. Price (elO ,
- =-. the: passport of liking und all whom and 'it.X) each, at ADVOCATK ottloo, W. J. PALMER, MANAGER.: '
the meets, whether young or old kln- Tltunville, Fla. r
lle with her genuine klndllness.| Tire New, Modern, Flrst-cla 'Bu. moot all Hteamers. Rate, $.'(.00. pet day, !
Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. ess Indeed would be the Journalist, r.r.nr. and upwards.-.Commercial Special:: '

"pvho, reported each of her pretty deeds.IVhen .--.- .. -. .. -- -- _.--- .' --
Sirs. Roosevelt visited Yale she 7fFrrdd'/
8T. l"I TJ tHnUU(}. .
AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TII talked, among others, with Policeman

JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER. Donnelly known to every undergraduate
THE HOME OF THE ORANGE. as the "best of fellows." Police- THE "R17T "\[ONT'ST' PETERSBURG, FLA.
nan Donnelly approved of :Mrs. Roose ?It'aIrtf Opened November lOtb. -
LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS relt. and she reciprocated. They became On the west shore of Tampa Bay. The roost healthful winter retort city In the
FOR 500 GUESTS. good friends and when the 7-/V7d tste. On high water, perfect drainage; spacious piazzas, rooms ,
madam returned to Oyster By she ( large and newly furnished, papered and painted. Itates, tJ: per clay; tit$00 to $13.00
BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDE.!: guardian a photograph per week. W. II. TIPPETTS:: Proprietor .
eat the peace r
STEAM HEAT. ditv llar4i/w .. .. .
25 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. 'or herself, with a line of recognitionif r..tl.v -------- --- ---

ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR. LAUNCHES. ORCHESTRA, the trouble he had been put fi. say .&; ,o eeq: 'VAS II I NGTON''. '

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be Onlooker.It
.
EXCELLENT BOATING. FISHING AND HUNTING. was a small thing/ but It was conIderate. :;- -
"t' ,i
*. HAMITOUT A CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARSH, Manager. and the world grows ever :, \ THE BUCKET. BUFFET, >
- letter for such small kindness. ,Speak -L.
ng of Mrs. Roosevelt recall her pred ,&r'P' I"4- ;;' 216 Sixth IIhoot, WAHHINGTOV, D. C.,

New' Rockledge Hotel ROCKLEDGS, FLA. hat ccsfior.Mrs. It McKlnley Is astonishing has fairly to'turned learn _. Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar housed In Washington!. i

INDIAN RIVER. her back upon invalidism and'"waxed All of the best btand In stock, and the prices as low M any house In the city.

ecently fat to the extent of forty ((1D1EY! DISEASES Southerners meet many friends here. :Note the addremi 216 Sixth Street,
,Situated In midst of full bearing orange grove, overlooking Indian Blver. dried pounds.An l
nexcelled Billiard and Bowling. Livery. faelng the National Hotel, and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station.
hunting and fishing. Casino,
.
,
"team Heat, and many suites with Private Bath. Two daily concerts by tint- 'Aa'cliov. get married to Windward.lieLet. ou Friday. leaser the most fatal of all dis. JOHN' E. BUCKET, Proprietor 210 Sixth Street, WASHINGTON, D. C.P #+

class' orchestra. and Special weekly rate until __ .
Rate., .3.00: J per day upward. She-Oh, George, Friday you know ases. -- h - -- ------ -- ---- -- --
"'annary aoth. &- NI'V YORK l '

H. R. SHAKES, Proprietor. lie-Yea, I know It's unlucky, but KIDNEY CURE Is IBuarantaad I 14lotollviarlborou

Sum mar hotel: New Weirs, Lake Wlnnlpesaukee, N. II. ben, if our marriage doeva't turn out FOLEY'S Remedy, '
- rrtl we shall always have something

to blame it Philadelphia Record. : ;
_ MEI RITT, aierritta Island. or money refunded. Contain \ {
Lift It III... emi- "
cmedies recognized by :roth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. '
Broadway,
LODGE. Winter Resort. "Yo' kin alias tell er polite man. M'EAST
THE WIGW'A 'I HUNTING River, HerrUt. Fla. laid Charcoal Eph rumlnatlvely, "bye exit physicians as the vest for 400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electrlo lights. Conducted (
Indian
\ow P On BaJJlard, way be llf his hat f de ladJ... aD'd Sidney and Bladder troubles. on American and European plan, and {.managed'under the personal
,
Open Accommodations for 10 adults. Snn Parlor, dock;
of he I1T It high yo' kID a 14 tell data of the
c'bf PIIDIt tables. IIwlmmlnjt: Bath rooms free to guests.8.O fret PRICK SOe.aM$'.00. supervision owner.
: pool.
Rr1te, and ain't baldheaded. Mlstah Jackson." E. S. CROWZLfc!: Manager.
the Couto
fOr lIne.t on & BOX.
WILSON
oat h wl and fishing D. 1C.
\ l\ meet yob int Qocoa, E. J. BLAIR, Propdetor. _Baltimore News.

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.39** 2 1903.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY -'

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1 ON THE EAS' WHITE CITY. Robbins & Graham Ci,I I STOREMANDAVILLE'S

t 1t To Hotel Proprietors, CHRISTMAS COAST. Christmas of enjoyment went off very being quiet the, the Onrlsimas onl 11..- THE JEWELRY

feature Incorporated.) .
I To Com mise Ion Merchants, tree at the iiuoday School, which: (
attended. Every CAPITAL $2 ,OOO.OO.
who UP
all PAID
from our enjoyed by
..
was
others. reports
and Tho following are
To Storekeepers make It a pleasan
1. with reference tiling was done to owns
East Coast correspondents 11II ThU company
quite a success,
If want to get good results Christmas entertainments : feature, and It was of
you to everything is which Is In the hands L :c s',
advertise In the LA OIIANOK. Mr. button, the worthy superintendent.
o time-honored estiva LaGrangi Rlvei Country; On the St,
The Indian
In the
,
STORE
usual manner EDEN ;JIII4BN.: JEWELRY
ADVOCATE celebrated In the :
EAST COAST church, was and on UsBiscayne. ,
with the ever-.miling and Irrepress The Christmas tree exercises at Jem.en Luclo River; at New River

/ Johnson "In the saddle; ant Christmas Eve., were well attendedby Prices to suit the times. and Jewelry.
FLORID./ I bio Tom Watches
River to
,
Indian School In thlllplace Is the place buy your
TITUSVILLB, to it was a success would only be repeating friends of the ,Sunday ,
extensively say of all much pleased by Send for Land List.
The ADVOCATE circulates \ the familiar expression who were very
throughout the orange, lemon, 1loe.IIpple who have attended Christmas Eve /gath< the performances of the little people In Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. A fine assortment always on hand, and everything
and Halt sections of }4'lorlda-ltolng Brings at LaGrange for the last thirtyyears. their dialogues and plays.!: The singingby /
between Jaoksouvill The presents numerous and the choir was of a very high! order, to-date.
nuatoflloe firlltclaRIi1nd 'up-
to every Into I Stat of the handsome enjoyed by the audience.The Guaranteed to be strictly .
and Key Went, an well alii every beautiful-adorned one and very much Market
In the ['olon. It In known as the "PlulI'.ipor ly decorated trees ever seen In LaGrange Christmas tree at the Eden Congregational East Coast Meat
of Florida. church, and that Is surely a compliment chapel, was a fine success, Special attention given to mail orders. :Satisfaction
The East Coimt of Florida has some of to Mr. Johnson and his willing and able and was very much enjoyed by both old G. F. DUREN, Agent. .
the finest hotel In the United Stated, assistants; and as to the church decorations md young.: Santa Claus rememberedevel'ybooyln Solicited.
and nearly every hotel In overflowing they were supeib. Hammock Eden with beautiful gifts. Guaranteed. Correspondence
Ii with tourists dining 1' the winter. NOW briar, Interwoven with open palmetto There was a well tilled: tree In every C'pt rte
V' IS YOUR TIME: TO ADVERTISE: < bloom was a sight rarely witnessed at. borne, and this has been a very merry u.ac..-: p.
Hive the ADVOCATK jour ad. and you this time of year, even by our oldest Inhabitant Jhilstmas. pt
la kind 01H work with :> .
a ,
Ourotllce
this ground
It. and
will\ not regret ; BEACH. 4 ptpt
Information. For rates, eto.,,, and various native vines WEST PALM

address Advertising urea u,of Manager, TUB.ADVOCATE, Judiciously B bright bountiful After/ lowers( an) decoration.enjoyable Intermingled evening, was! ,certainly and all ervlces cenerally> Christmas appropriate observed with all in to West Its the festivities Palm season Beach.wel'eheld"ln was -- ', Aprn+ G. L. MAiNDAYILLE, Jeweler J and Optician.

J'la.JEWEI.KRb and the
Titusville, churches
from different
laving received some present the g FLORIDA.
decorated TITUSVILLE
handsome silverware to a broken pipe- Hirlstmas; trees were beautifully __ con- ,
all\ returned home, mentally resolved to and laden with presents for old and C'
: w hand next Christmas Holy Trinity church was prettily -
a
n r he promptly on oung. eta'ITUSVILLE =
Cve. ttractive.ecorated. and The the Methodist tree was and particularly Oongre- FLORIDA ::EJ_ L :ee D dr, :eeo_

AND BlLVEKSMITHS, COCOA. rational churches had their tree In the DEALERS IX-
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!
41 Went Buy Street, Christmas The if. E.at Sunday the church School: In celebrated Cocoa on triiber Opera house. N GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

JACKSONVILLE:! FLORIDA. Christmas Eve, with a tree, appropriate ,
and recitations by the children of Heads Should<< Never Ache. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
w In t.hlllleotion of country. IODRS and solicit the trade of all consun
stock above line of goods
Largest the
he; school. Never endure this trouble. Use at once We deal exclusively
p Established In 181)8.) N. Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
tbe remedy that stopped It for Mrs. J'r"tkr ers. Write us for prices on FLA.
OKOBOIANA. i TITUSVILLE.
"
I Send for descriptive catalogue A. Webster, of Winnie, Va., she-writea E. L. BRADY A BRO.
and exercises were
The Christmas tree Dr. King's New Life Pills wholly cured
uinHidered the veiy best wp have ever suffered fromfor -10>
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. tad at Genrglana. There were two beautiful me two of sick headaches" Cure headacbeconetila Iliad .\..._,.'._\.t CARROLL
1 years. S
with the fruit W.
loaded
L, I .. hat trees, heavily on Christmas trees.I I tlon, biliousness. iJ.lo:/ at 11. K. Wilson t ,

Asso's always grow Mr. and '&_on's drug store. wtlte -Dealer In-
Brewing I There was a Christmas song by .
M ilrs. liaggett, recitations by Miss Mary : ...... cfwr.t'\- GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,
.It. GROCERIES
Exercise BREVARD. ;
"Uells.
Hot- WI.' .Held, Tennjsou's I GOOD ROADS FOR ,
a Y ramou At.Louis Keg and by Mrs. Munson's class, song by Helen ____.- ,;;.....L Crockery Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage SoUclted.TITUSVJI.LE .

C tied Deer and Cora Munnon, recitations by Mlna of Brevard County: -.-- FLORIDA.
and litldwln and Maggie Carter, solo Helen To I the People ,

I. old by Msssrs. F. A. LuHley (Innrmln, chorus of angels, "Glory to On this 1st day of January, IOCS, I re- ... ..- ..
R. L. Motlow.TltUBVllle.lTla.By God," by Nellie Owen and Guy Munson. ,lectfully make this offer to the people

)', Mr. R. It. Mi>tlow,Cocoa,Fla. A violin solo by little Edna, Bond was I If' our County. in Smokeand INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
heartily enjoyed. Tableau, Evening If the citizens of each Commlssloncor'sillstrlct If f Your House Goes up

JOSEPH ZAPF 'rayem, Edna Bond and Nina Baldwin, will organize a Good Roads As- :: FLA.

kneeling by the side of Lily Carter, say- elation, devoted to the Improvement you loose everything to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
9 while above If the roads of thefr respectivestrlcts It la your own"" fault. [a prepared is motto.
public
lolt their evening prayers, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing my
Sole Agent. thom hovered their guardian angel, rep- ( I will\ contribute as my mite Indd J'iro Xxxe: vura.ia.oo.ifliclent : Proprietor.
by Helen Cannata. This wallthe of the movement, the sum of Twenty to cover the value of the property T. T. WETMORE,
jlr 010 to 020 West Day Street, most beautiful number on the program Dollars i to each dittrict; my only request' and household effects should be car- -

If! me. Recitation, "lJuke's Christ-I III, that you !get good men from all pore rleol. Rates are not high. The companiese LJ 'PILLS: 3LsjL"V.IrJL-t.: : : : 3r STA.E3LE.
JJC'JL'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. mAg," Myrtle liurchflel. Recitation, tlons of the disti lot Interested. represent are solvent, reliable and lib-
.. Bond. Violin Good Roads Is the main element Inbuilding .
Doll
The Dead Emily all er al. Claims are promptly<< adjusted.JJoo
MOTLOW.q solo, Kilua; Bond. Recitation\ Betl up any country; tney benefit AU 't neglect to take out a policy.SCHUYLER SADDLE HORSES'::!,
xt.. T.. Bruner and Winnie Dixon. Recitation, alike, whether you use them or not, am FEED AND SALE
"Hang up the Baby's :Stocking:: ," Edni but few of us out what do use them, & 3KANNING: -rt BUGGIES

Bond. Song: "Babe of Bethlehem," Mi. either for hauling, riding or walking. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ...STABLES.. l ,
and Mrs. Baggett, Mr. Munson and Mrs ; They are absolutely essential to the farmer Correspondence Invited. SURREYS
Fields. Reading, "The Raising Lazarus convenient to tbe rider, and .urely); BAGGAGE
comfortable to the walker, and no one
by Mrs Walker.
n The most amusing was a dialogue, thing contributes much to Invite nil I A Fine Place For Sale TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS ot
q It supposed to and subsequent settlers and investors w 4
"The Pull-back. was gration ..all kinds..
occur In the time of the pull-back style as Good Roads.I 200 feet on Indian River, and running IAULINGETC. -
Mr*. Walker was the Old Country Aunt, hope to live to see the day that I oar back 3Xf to county road; a lot adjoin
and carried out her part as "Mothwi ride on my Film-mobile" from the most. hilt li8IX: river fiont, running back J. M. OSBAN & BRO.
t OldHtylu" splendidly northerly settlement to the most southerly side UOfi ; on a bluff, 20ft. above the river, 'fITUSVII.I..E.U"qk of Grand View hotelFLORIDA.
Hattln lower and Eva Owen-dl'oKRed settlement lit our County with which is salt water, and three miler
In roost elaborate Vull-bRckB-were very excursions to all points In the County. .
r wide abothlllIlace.
rt' haughty and proud young ladles. Any organization who will\ kindly send House of six rooms, has been kept NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.VHOLESALE
The last number on the programmewas me the addres-i of their secretary or painted and In !good repair; 25ft.; from THE .
"Go d Night Drill" by six little treasurer, I will promptly remit. river bank, commanding a beautiful view
girls In night caps and gowns, each With mauy }Yew Y ai's greeting to all,, of Indian River; stalls\ lead down tc

t carrying a doll and lighted candle. I am, Yours most truly the river, and'a dock built out Into the FRUIT, PRODUCE & POULTRY MERCHANTS.We .
Iqp rrr Thou I he presents were distributed.The JOHN HKNKY. water to Hccommodate am.ill boats. A
decorations were beautiful, and never-failing\ well with pump near kltch- buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Itoduce: ,

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, would have cost a small fortune had It New Century Comfort. ed door, and a never-failing spring ofclear and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods c() lligned. We give our

b Ales, Stout, Etc.BySend been anywhere but In sunny Florida" Millions are dally finding a world of I, cool, pure water a short distance cloBe personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted tons will
lot and poultry yards
me jour orders! EAU CIAM.IK. comfort In Uucklen's Arnica Salve. It from fenced house with poultry Home netting. One house have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returns aT8rnade

f.. TITUSVILLK and COCOA, FLORIDA.Hodgson The Christmas tree for the childrenwas kills pain from ulcers burns,and scalds fever, sores outs:, for poultry and Belgian hares 12x22: :! feet, on the day of sale We solicit t shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Pbtatoeii,

building held\ was In packed the Baptist to the church.doors, The and cures bruises eruptions; conquers, salt rheum, boils Best and and 74 a orange smaller trees fancy just poultry coming house.into bearIng nlons, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, reaches, Plums,. Grapes
and warts.
could not find entrance at all. felons; removes corns eto.; etc.
S
trees
,
2
many peach
Bros. Every; little tot In the town was donateda pile cure on earth. Only 25o! at B. K. 2 grapefruit: grape trees vines, -all 'bearlll We solicit correspondence and will\ keep you In touch with the market.
the older citizens Wilson Sc. Son's: drug store. scuppernong
and of
present many and bushes,
several kumquats /guava
EAU GALLlE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. : were also kindly remembered by their shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs The New York Grocery Co.,

I' I friends. The recitations by the children A Good Itivetttmeiit. near the house. 10-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE. JPJjORIDA.
Marine Railway and well rendered. Mr. J.
Gilbert A good county road along near river -
A. having charge of the musical bank from Titusville, the county seat, -- -
Chandlers Block Co ,
.
and
General Merchant Ship Self-Locking ,
It Is needless to The Walton : .
of the program say beautiful
part eleven miles north, to Rockledge, a
j .Special:; Facilities. that part of the exercises was a success. Boston, Just capitalized for $100,000.00, winter resort, nine miles south, with
The thanks of the various committees has a few more shares for sale at par- town and Seeds For Summer
I little business Crops.
nice
For Out and Repairing on this block are Cocoa, a
rl hauling Storing due the ladies and gentlemen who so $2B the share. Patents world and at City Point between. Railroad station i
present
details which were secured all over the
Yachts and Launches. kindly aided In tbe In tbe New mile went. Postoftice and school near.
sold only
many and various Eau Gallle never had they are being of tine fruit land near
Mention the DVOCATB when writing. liner display of presents, and all re England states, but will soon branch out Five acres very for Velvet Peanuts Chufas Teosiate, Giant
a
The profits will\ be station (frOm which a little was given :Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Beans ,
with the Into other states.
I turned to their homes delighted beautiful clean.
containing a
before section houses) Beggarweed, .
invest
Is time to -
evenln 'a program. large, so now your peach orchid of 100 tr- es, mostly
lUlnRgcrVluted.
There were also several trees In private all the shares are sold.tws seen at the roung in bearing bore a fine crop this year; c<> :P.E.A.3 :
block
f which beautiful A sample may
families, all of were and exceedingly rich
V.gV We doHlro to employ a trustworthy and appropriately decorated. AnvooATE office, Titusville\ Fla. ; fruit good size house near station: always Whlppn, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown Ladyfingers.
1 lady or gentleman to manage; our business The services In St. Johns church on l"u" particulars\ of the : iavor. A little for $1 or $1-10 per month. Clean Bright Stock ; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, 3Ie; ter qt., Postpaid; :U.23peck
ti In tills county and .adjoining terri Christmas morning were well attended AMERICAN PROMOTING & TRUSTEE Co., rents this soil particularly ; $4 2;) bushel.
'1 tory. Our house Is well and favorably sermon by the Rev II. J. Glover. 21, Doane- street, Boston, Mans. adapted Expert 10 pronounce grape culture. Price, by adlreeeing Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Too.s, Fertilizers

(t1 known 31t1.00.traihhtcaAltsalary: and MKI.1IOURNK.: "BOX: 10." L.. CAMERON, The Seed Store

J I all direct expenses from paid lleadquaiters.each week by Expense Chuck Santa. Claus came to Melbourne and : lIardeevllle}Fla. 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Tabor's .

money Ihhanccod; prevl'Jua experience unnecessary brought so many nice things for our LYCEUM THEATRE.Opera .--
i i\\ ; position permanent. Address, people, A nice tree, loaded with pro WINTER HOMES IN A SUM- I
I TitovAit I, (.'OOI'KK, Manager ItO Cax- ents for the little folks, and Miss Maude House.)
: ,"I( ton Butldlug, Chicago, III.r Hood 1 as Mrs Santa was excellent; then ( MER LAND. Trees
l -- little Miss Krnesta Brown, as the! fair,
out of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. -
that Mrs. Santa brought
l '"V AN limn orTRCtiieIt'tenTltT I. | to OE unman TI.IC.* pumpkin, was Indeed pretty. So all the The Southern Railway has Issued Its I Have an enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true to namerv -

t\\. |MI. .h.| ..IUI for mi old. fwtahlufiiHl. hound of little ones were happy. I beautiful "Winter Homes In a InmmerLand" : Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfied
n I ..nll.III".I.la''II'/C."/ ".00 A|mululu.>"hi l t.y check III"a mu-h fide l lMtwtklycanliMluryor Melbourne had another Mrs. Santa Thursday Even, Jan 8, t 903, folder for the season 10023. This cu stomers Is the United States Government, for whom we are growing special

ilniMiluy, with nil fixiMiiiiim rtireet from h..m this season-Mrs. Charles Gilman, who folder ts published In very attractive hybrids, on contract, both In nurseryand orchard.. Our twenty years extensive
'I"art1'. Money mU uo.cl for*...e".,.... III..". has spent a number of years at Hotel o'clock form, and is profusely Illustrated with Orcbard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit trees Shade trees Hoseland
agerMMtCaxt"a ImlMiiiK. "hleall2J."a) Carleton. This popular lady brought at 8:15: sharp. photographs of the famous Southern Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.

i gifts from her New York home to her winter resorts and their environments
I I OVEn FIVE THOUSAND OF WAI.. ninny Melbourne friend Old and young, It also contains numerous views of thi, GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR,

ton's Itapld Calking Tools now In use rich and poor were remembered by her. scenery from the mountains of the subtropical Glen Saint Mary, Florida.rhe :.
by boat owners In the United Slates scenes of Florida and Nassau -
I Price *...lIC1at1ll f s.oo each, at the An- "T. t.VCIE. The Boston Musical This booklet gives full and complete Information .

VOCATK: office, Tttusvllle, Kla. The Christinas tree and entertainment regarding: all of the leading
WAil a big success, and we may tell the winter resorts for health or pleasure, Pioneer
Lund For; Sale.i Ai> 'ATE readers that Miss Kulilie and ,also a complete list of all the Brnaller Cooperage
Chase deserves. great! credit for her able and Dramatic Co. hotels and boarding houses which have .

i 17>v, acres first-claslI pineapple land, management of same She was financially accommodations. for wlntdr tourists, glv. LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.
desirable front, on St. Lucle, river, at a assisted by Senator Quay and Senator Ing rates per day: week and month, and I manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expeditiously

bargain. For reasonable terms write Peurose, and a number of prominent other 'valuable: data to those desiring U 'Yben In need of a tank, write me for estimate" us I can fill your order to perfection.
W. W. LrcK:, rhiladvlphlans, as well as by some of our locate Tor the winter anywhere In the '}
TOM JOHNSON ?'Ia.
Tlbbals, Via.u own residents. The presents were both j(!' SOMETHING NEWtSOMETHING: I South. LaGrange,

numerous mid beautiful! Seventy-live It you are contemplating a trip to any -- -
Drnylng pel'lIousl'eeelVOlI presents off the tree. NOVEL I -ylr point, do not fall\ to first supply ,our.elf
with this booklet, by sending one cent
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POUT IMEIICK. DON'T MISS IT. YOU WILI BE DELIGHTED. stamp to any passenger agent of thli Launches For Sale !
J Drawing or hauling o! dl inds promptly The Xmas chimney was a decided sue company. If you are not contemplating
attended to. Meets all trains. Stovewool \ coMa, and great credit Is due the ladles a trip, send for one; you will find much
who took such active In the
supplied. an part
In It to Interest you.
ALFllKI ilADLKT: Tltu ville. management.The: "One found of laughter and applause Winter tourist tickets at greatly reduced
Episcopal': Sunday school held their
services anti distribution of cards on from start to finish. The farce between rates now on sale. 34 foot Launch, 5 foot beam, standing roof, 14 horse power Buffalo Motor
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, For further particulars as to rates,
Christmas afternoon, and quite a number Eocles and Paine finished) the play, as It routes and resorts, write to speed 12 miles.

Pressed and Repaired. I.adiea'drells"B was spoken present by the to children.hear the Interesting Miss Ethel pieces Tyler should; for a few more scenes like that n. F. CART, 30 foot Launch, 0 foot beam, standing roof, 7 horse power Buffalo Motor.

a specialty. Address, was the the recipient a nice prayer and would have (InUhed the audience. District Pass. Agent, 20 foot Launch,0 ft., 21n. beam, glass cabin O horse power Mlanus: Motor.
SAMl'KIlKtXS, hymn book, being the only pupil who Jacksonville. Fla.
Magnolia Avenue and tith Street, had not missed a Sunday since the formation Mansion Star.ADMISSION. All In Good Running Order.
P. O. Box :25.1.! Sanford, o'la. \ of the Sunday school, which Is a ;z-; OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale,
: 23 and 50 cents Cheap at this office. '
great credit to the young lady. The ,
1} ZJT" Reading notice ads on this page church wa very prettily\ decorated for Reserved Seats on Sale at B. R. Wilson GEO. WALLACE West Palm Beach Fla.e
i MO live cents per line per week. the occ""loo10" Son's Drug Store. c- The ADVOCATE: does job printing .





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OL. 35.: NO. 10. TITUSVILLE:- -nIDA., FRIDAY:-JANUARY 4:-1OO3. PRICE, 5c' I .I
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing.Go Several Items are crowded out of this -Second hand wheels for IIl\leat Giles. MASONIC ELECTION AND AMONG THE HOTELS.

toV.. P, Giles for bicycle re- Issue for want of space. -New Year' Day In Tltusvllle pass SUPPER. I

J.nd Topics of General Interest. repairing. -Seventy degrees In the shade to-day. ed off very quietly. tr The ADVOCATE has opened a

-Kead the ndvt. of the Boston Mus Not so bad for January weather Jensen's report of the Christmastree The annual election of officers of Indian branch olllco at 404 Atlantic avenue, ,11f

THE ADVOCATE, cal Co. on our 8th page. -Now is your time to buy a boat arrived too late for this Issue. River Lodge No. P0>, ." & A. M.. Boston, Mass, and literature of the East T '
advance. Read the ads this I took the annum, In cheap. on page. place last Friday evening at
11.50 per -Pineapple offer to with small
men Look out for the change of schedule
.. from hotel whose ads. are in ,
Indian River hotel Tltus ; managers
$1.00 six months, countries. capital. Look sliaiply. for W. W. Luce' -Mrs. F. M. Taylor and son, Wilson, this week, on the F. E. C. Railway ville.Lodge-room There attendance, of this paper will be remembered and contracts -
$2.00 per an. to foreign ad. on page 8. returned from St. Augustine yesterday.J. wasalaigo
for advertising will be made by
NEW PATTERNS, Llnohum, Mattings mOlD bel'll.
When you subscribe for the ADVO- CREX Grass Carpet, Grass Furniture, WISS SONS' IMPROVED PRAC- Carpets, etc., at J. B. Walker A: Go's. The ballotting was spirited ; Bros. A. our representative, Mr. Claude C. Walton i .
ATE by the year, It does not cost you Grass Carpet, Grass RUSH, only at J. tical orange clippers i Oot8 at James A. Stewart and Jno. M. DIxon I\ctela8 at 401 Atlantic avenue Boston. ,

iree coats per week postage included. It Walker & Co., Titusville. Prltchard & Son's. -winter Mr. and guests Mrs. Hoffman of Hotel Plaza Allan, Rock-regular tellers, and the election and appointmentof Where to stop along tile East Coast

Note date of expiration printed upon ; -Mr. BenJ. R. blmpklns of Peek kl1l. -Mr. G. L. Mandavllle, the Titusville ledge are now sojourning at Hotel Burton oflicors resulted aft follows: See list of hotels on pages .t and 7. 1

our paper or wrapper every week. Thisa N Y., wh recently arrived at the Indian jeweler, has received another work bench Danville, Va. J. L. 'arruthors, W. M.Thns. Where to stop In 'Tltusvllle See TI. I
W.
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receipt for your money. No need River hotel Titusvllle, with a bad cold and large Of new tools.E Sanders S.
us to send receipt for subscription and cough says he Is already much improved ; assortment -Mr. W. P. Giles, the bicycle man, has S. ''''. Carroll, J. VV. tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page. 'fiVJ f-
ir A. W ADDELT.. MIAMI IS TIlE changed his from the John M. DIxon Treasurer.F. :
'he date gives I U to you. In health. headquarters The ADVOCATE Is now on tile at all ",
_man you want. He has real estate of Wager building to the Gaulden buildingon A. Morgan, Secretary the best hotels In Now York city .: \:
TUB!: EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on -Mrs. L. C. Branning, of this place, all kinds for sale. Call on him. Hopkins street. B. F. Brown, Chaplain.
lie at the following news-stands at five joined her husband l at Palm Beach on J. R. Walkei, 8. D The ADVOCATK la on file every week ; 'p1
ants per copy: :Saturday; ( : last Mr. BranDing is In charge -Miss Agnes Whitten..and of Waycross, -Sir Wilfred tanner premier of P. W. Robei,In, J. D. at the American Club Havana. I l '
I last week will Canada: hall been the "t t-
Wilson" Son. arrived spend a enjoying a vinlt to
R. of the '
station the lat
Titusville-B. new passenger at F. M. Faylor S. S.f. .
Visitors Jacksonville, advised
Duval hotel. month or so with Miss Aleph Mlms, In East Coast of Klorltlii.. He v as accompanied to aro to "
Jacksonville- ter place. A. Lonley J. S.
those hotels whose
at ads.
Tltusvllle. by Lady Laurlor. stop are on '
News stand depot I
Union
M. E. :
English
-The Boston Musical Dramatic Co. Tyler. our 7th page. < I' ,
There seems to be more room in TI- FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDS After tutu election, Mr. R. P. Pnddlson, I f
composed of :Miss Helen Louise Ttlcke 1
Reading notice ads. are ten cents and Messrs. Waiter tusville for more carpenters and paint for sale by E. A. Waddoll, Miami, Fla. jr.. took his fellowciaft degree. Manager C. W. Rlploy of the College :
rr: Eccles and Walter L. .
aril on this page. Paine ers, for those In town have more work Call ur wt tto. Pi'Ices to suit all parties. Last evening, about l 0{ :KM), the Lodge AI'RlM. DeLnnd ha. arrived from the I.
will be at the Lyceum Theater his
than they can attend to. Improved and IInlmpl'Velllaudll, wits. called to order, and all the above north, to get hotel In order for the '
-Do you want a launch cheap Heat Tltusvillo, Thursday evening/ Jan. 8th. duly Installed In their upon!tig.Mr. :. I
were icipectlve
Miss Bessie Grlsaid who has been Order of III
Filendshlp No. 11 ,
Chapter
be nda. on this page -Dr. Harwood Huutington, of New offices, Bro. Geo. W. :Sooble acting an I
/ filend I W. IT. Orrnen. of the ,t ,
spending the holidays with her Eastern Star, will meet in the Chapter manager }
Messrs. Oeo. II. Fernald, of Sanford ; York, sailed down to Titusville, from' Mlns Aleph Minis In Titusvllle, leaves room at the Indian River hotel, Titus- Installing officer. Hotel Palm Beach at Palm Beach, who I ?JN\' .
md S. W. Rowley of Sun Mateo have his orange grove place at Lyratta, Monday next Sunday to resume her position In vllle, next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock At the closing: of the Lodge, the members has been In New York for some time I
ent us some neat and pretty calendars and gave us a pleasant call. lIe the Cocoa school. and visiting brethren joined the Joined his partner Mr. 11, Stanley Stevens ,',;
or 10(8.Mrs.{ () leaves for home this week, but will comedown I WHO DID IT? Walker took the measuie ladles of the Eastern !Star: and their on !Saturday: last .'
later with his father, the Kev J. -Mrs. McNel!, of Lake City arrivedIn Continental Tailoring wives daughters and friends at the big i
E. L. Brady expects to leave T. Huntington of Hartford Conn. town yesterday on visit to Mr. and made them-tiy Walker ho will pease store of Bio. Walker 'whore tables were Manager/ John S. Park of the Al Fresno I \ "

Tltusvllle, on Monday next to join her Mrs D. W. Monroe of !South: Tltusvllle. you. J. R. Walker & (;0., Titusvllle.Mr tastefully ducoiated, and all guests re hotel. Jenson issued some bills of faro ,
I husband in Miami where she will spend WE WISH TO ACKNOWLEDGE TO She attended the oyster supper given by galed' with a delicious supper to to his guests, at Christmas that were a 1, *j' ,
a couple weeks. the people of Titusvllle vicinity and the Masons last evening. W. R. Post the night telegraph which all did ample justice. It was a 'credit to any hotel on the :East Coast. ,'It
Indian River generally, our sincei operator at Tltusvllle, had his mother jovial affair and those :38!!! We acknowledge receipt of one of them. ,, I tt
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Look out for the Boston Musical which AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic and his very present
I thanks for the liberal patronage CALL F. M. two children, who are living In '
Co. at the Lyceum Theatre, In all-report a most pleasant evening.MIMSWINSTEAD. Mr. Walter Monroe I t1
Dramatic they have bestowed upon us duringthe Gallery Tltusvllle, and see New Smyrna visiting his during the Continental
lltusvlllf, on Thursday evening next. holiday season and year just past his samples of Photogiaphs. Flash* holidays. York, who managed: Hotel II t

January 8tb.Among Throughout the coming year we shall : lights by appointment at any time. Messrs.. Casper Mlms and Parker Atlantic Beach Fla, last summer, wa ,(

the many presents received endeavor by every means In our power Always something new. Grisaid. who have been spending the I a passenger on Tuesday's southbound 1 f '-
Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins at Christmas to merit a continuation of your favors I Titusville I holidays In Tltusvllle will leave :Saturday ; train, en- route to Miami, where he will I "
by -The Presbyterian Sunday On Thursday evening, at seven o'clock hold the position of chief steward at the
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was a new baggy, given her by her hus- Sincerely yours John R. Walker Co. School elected the following officers, last : or Sunday to resume their studies In Mr. R. E. Mini, jr., of 'l'Itu vllle. was Royal Palm. this winter } '
band. Mrs. Bobbins is now enjoying -Mr. E. P. Porcher and family arrivedIn Sunday, to serve for the ensuing year: Stetson University married to Miss Eva Wlnstead a popular \

lally drives. the city early Wednesday morning, Mr. A. K. Wilson, superintendent ; L. \V.Halle. -Take note of the advt. of the South and charming young/ lady of Elm City, Mr. Henry Naethlng's: famous restaurant ,

-Mrs. L. C. Branning left, on Sunday having come up in Mr. Porcber's private secretary; Miss Jessie Dodson Florida x'roduce Co., Valdosta, Ga., on N. C. The marriage rook place at the on Courtlandt street New York has -4',t
time residence of the bride's the been sold to D. J. !Sprague: A: Co., and It
last, to join her husband Mr. L. C. Bran- launch. They will remain some treasurer.Mr. our 4th page.; They are bidding for a parents, "'
ning, the new station agent; at Palm with Mr. D. A. Blodgett and family, and J. W Hull, of Jensen, who is share of your fruit, vegetables and fish. members of her family and friends being/ Is now under the sole and able manage- M I
be present at :.Mrs. Itlodgett's receptionon below Cutler for their present. The Impressive ceremony was ment of our old friend Mr. Charles A.
Beach where they will lemalo duringthe ; planting a large; tomato crop Send stencil.Mr. '
winter. the nlghcof January 1st. Dayton : went up home Tuesday to spend performed by the Hllv. Mr. Carroll, thoUalUII' Merrltt formerly proprietor of Hotel 'J
Gazette-News Dec. :20th.-We presume Christmas with his family. lie has about John T Stanley a prominent minister and huuitv congratulations / ('llIol -Mr, Frank Darling, of Palm Beach they spent an enjoyable evening, for Mrs. 13 acres already set out, and hopes to citizen of New York wall a passenger on ware showered,upon the bride and Fla. J"r: '.

who spent the Christmas holidays in Blodgett is quite an adept at entertain get In as much more next month.-Miami yesteiday's southbound train, en route gloom. Mr. and Mr*. II. 1.. Kochersperger, I
Orlando arrived In Tltusvllle on Mon to Jenson, where IIB owns a big pineapple '- t
Ing. Metropolis. Mr. l\flmllill one of Tltusvllle'p' prominent of Hotel Breakers Seabreeze ..
owners ,
day, and will be a guest of the' !Semble"tottage : plantation and orange giove.Mr. I tradesmen and the bride Is a talented .
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,leave their
Pla. will for
( for a few weeks. -Mr. and Mrs. C lifts. B. Jefferson, of -Mr. and Mis.. E. R. Bradley and Mr : lady-well known to of soon Chicago ,I "
J. II. Cook representing the D. young many winter home at the above place. They ,
llobe Sound passed through Tltusville arrived. I .
Jack Bradley of Chicago have .
and family ; M. ; wholesale fruit and our .residents having'/ visited her brother Miss Harriet K.
Co
-Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge Saturday. en route to Oak III1I, on a at Palm Beach for the winter season. Wygant produce : will be accompanied by
of have been in town thlll commission merchants of New and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.P, E. Vittom and Master Jed Kochersperger I "
Miami and Mr
visit of rive or six days with Mr. The Messrs. Bradley will have their time ..
and Yolk will be the Sembler '1'1. Wins toad, of this place, last summer well and known to
week, enjoying a visit with Captain T. B. Alleu. Mr. Jefferson had his gun well occupied for the next few weeks at cottage, who are favorably
Mr Jaa. Pritchard, Mrs. Budge's; par with him, and told an ADVOCATE representative getting the Beach Club in readiness for tusville for several weeks In the interest I. his Mr. Mlms wife returned who Is teaching here cm Sunday sohool will and many resident of the Daytona section, !,t, ,
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Miami of his firm .
returned
to on
cats. Mr. Budge I that he expected to get; some the opening which will be about the follow as soon all her school term bus The Clarendon Inn, Seabreero, under ( i ,
Wednesday. I good quail and duck! shooting. As. Mr. 10th of January-Palm Beach News. iiJ1- When answering, advertisements expired. tile management of Mr. C. H. JTnappe, 'I, 'I''

-Mr.Vm M. Brown, after spending) : Allen brought with' him, from New J5T There are a few of our subscrib- In these columns, you would confer a The ADVOCATE: joins the many fitani] and owned by Dr. E. L. Potter, Is now \ .
he,holidays wit his family in Tltuaville, ., York the! latter part of October, some era who have forgotten the fact that favor by s tying/ you saw the advt. In the of Iho happy! pair In wishing them a long open and ready<< to receive guests. This ,
left, Sunday for Miami, accompanied by; floe bird dogs, we have Jio doubt be had they are In arrears. Please examine the EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing life of connubial bliss and prosperity. hotel Is on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic ';: I
his daughter, Miss Louise who went to all the ipoit he needed.On name-and-date slip pasted upon your J paper you will receive better attention. from Ocean and has been entirely f'' 'f f! '

Jensen on a visit to her friend, Miss Monday afternoon a colored or wrapper every week. We will be the advertisers.The GOFF. elect and re-furnished. It Is II. ,,
DEATH OF MR. remod'I'I
I Mabel Schuyler. man, named Henry Jones, was stealing soon revising our mailing list, and we Boston Musical Diamatlc. Co. home-like hotel and tourists t' ,,'
[ -Mr. Wm. M. Merwln, of Milford a ride underneath one of the cars of the do not like to strike our friends off, owIng Is said to be oneof the, cleanest, wittiest there will receive good treatment. ,
Conn., who has been stopping at Asuevllle southbound passenger train, when Dep. to their oversight In not paying their and most laughable/ entertainments on John Coil formerly Brooklyn diedat the ad. on our ith page f"

, N. C., for several weeks, was among uty-bheiia Jno. N. Waller espied the subscription the road. Do not fall to he present at his home at Greene, Chenanitocounty, As will be seen by the ad. on our 4th '4 \ l
Monday's southbound passengers on his negro and placed him under arrest. Up- -The Misses Aline and Daisy Bradyleft the Lyceum Theater Tltusvllle hurs- N. Y., on December :20. aged 84. lie was page the Magnolia hole), Magnolia I '
way to Kock ledge for the winter Mrs. on searching Jones, Mr. Waller becameaware for visit of a few day evening/ Jan. 8th. a merchant In that city lie was born In Springs, Fla., under the able and '
:Merwln of the fact that he was In possession Wednesday a London, England, but paused most of his ,
having arrived about a fortnightor popular management of Mr. O. D. Sear
Palatka.
weeks with Mrs. of After Miss Kittle of
Myer Martin Viking,
of a revolver and razor, so he marched pass life In this country. Ills father, John
so will the 5th
ago which they go to Fort Pierce to visit ed through Tltusvllle, !Saturday: on her vey, open on Monday next
who "J'
him towards Brevard's county lail. (loll brought his family here InIS >>
-Among the callers at the for few weeks before inst. Manager (Slavey only arrived from
pleasant the madea Mrs. W. N. Hendry a way to Orlando, to attend the meetingof '.lit had been a with Admiral
Palm seaman I
When near street negro few and he
ADVOCATE office Dr. where will the north a days ago already 1
on Saturday were: going; $ to Miami they the State Teachers' Association. We .
with the Deputy- Nelson on boatd the at the battle
bold dash for liberty Victory ,,
and Mrs. E. E. Rollins, Miss JlinnieJones shots spend the balance of the winter. Titus acknowledge receipt of some fine oranges wf New has a large party waiting for the doors ,
were York Tribune
hot Two Trafalgar.-
Sheriff In ,
of Live Oak; Fla.; Miss Bessie ,: fired after the pursuit.law-breaker to frightenhim villa will miss these popular young ladies from Miss Martin, for our editorial staff.Mr. Dec. 21. General Superintendent R. '1', to be open The place Magnolia for tourlst..f Is a. very popular .I t 'f
Grlsard stopping
Mills!
of Winchester Teun. this winter.Mr. l
; for and Golf, of the Florida past!: Coast Railway j'
but the merry race capture and Mrs. E. R. Goldsmith ofTarenturn. ,
Agnes.Martha;( Whitten Jones of Daisy! Oa Ga.; Miss and liberty was kept up until he ran againstMr. -! Chas. L. Hobbs, formerly cashier Pa., have been guests of the Is a son of the late Mr. John Goff, the Manager Henry W. Merrill, of Hotel 0' I,
Miss of Waycros, ; Trez Wilson, near Mima' blacksmith of the Indian River State: Bank Titus Sernbler Cottage, Tltunvllla for the past subject of the above article New York ; Hotel Frontenao.} j
Aleph Minis and Miss Nettle Jones Thousand j
Hotel
Islands :N. Y and the
of this shop who held the deer from justice ville, was In town a short while on Tuesday week. They are spending the winter In o ; t
place. until the Deputy-Sheriff arrived. The en route to the flourishing town of Florida, and may decide to locate here If Royal Palm, Miami was a passenger on :tt' I I. f
-Mr. and and Mrs. F. J Simmons ofDetroit. negro Is now in jail, aw alt I nit his trial Miami, where he will hold a position In Mr. Goldsmith lads an opening In his CHURCH NOTICES. Saturday's southbound train en route I
Mich. winter visitors concealed eto. Fort Dallas National to the county town of Dade to get his "
regular for carrying weapons the palatial new line-the drug business. Mr. Goldsmith I. 4t
to ockledlle, were passengers on Monday Bank of Miami of which Mr. Wm. M. went duck hunting Monday and bag house In order for the opening Mr. '
A. WADDELL, MIAMI, The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday ,
GO TO E. Merrill! has a host of friends along the
s southbound occasion Is the \
train this of. president.
-on Brown, Tltusville ged quite a number.
without their bright and talented daughter Fla., If you want to buy choice bits ol* )Ir. Hobbn has been residing In Hanford school will meet 0 at 3.i:: ( every Sunday, Kant Coast. who are always pleased to :, I '
real estate. Manager of Cutler estate Messrs. K. L. Wiley and K A. Mayer afternoon. see his genial countensnce every winter.
who was recently married. Mr. and for several years, but will, later, move t ;'
Mrs. Simmons: have a host of friends on its family to the county town of Dade. jr., were guests of the Indian! River Services at the Methodist church, TI. On our 4th this Issue will be :

Indian River, who are always glad to Cat- oat For Sale. P. the of the hotel a few days, having arrived from tnsvltle\ next Sunday, Jan. 4th, at 11a. found the ad. ornotel Plaza, Rookledge, 'I.
-Mr. O. pianist the
Stout Chattanooga Tenn. the first'of
Rive them a hearty greeting. New liockloilge Trio," wishes to announce week. Mr. Wiley Is, part owner of the m. and 7 p. m. A. M. Dalger, pastor. managed by Mr. S.: II. Peck, a caterer to II? ;f j

Olles repairs stoves, bicycles etc. Cabin Cat-Boat, fitted for cruising; that he will\ accept a limited far-famed Dummlt orange grove near Aichdeacon B. F. Brown will\ hold Divine the wants of the traveling public for I yI I 't 't'

.DunK8._L_ locker.. uew _.._.n.t.Amft... "u _.... number i\f .minlln.._...t._ for the study nt .nlano-..---- the llaulover_ nnd both gentlemen left service In St. Mark' church Cocoa many ears. The Plaza Is one of the .
Furnished i Address, Box a0, Cocoa Fla. forte pUyiug: during the winter season. here yesterday for the grove; -to* ship or on Sunday next: at I 11 a. m. Also up-to-date hotels, being fitted throughout I'
House for Kent. Mr. Stout has been engaged for the past anges and do a little hunting and fishing. In the Presbyterian chapel, Rockledge, with steam heat and private baths, I f''
A 1;5 years in teaching work In the north They expect to remain a month or so. at 7:30: p. m.T"or. and has accommodations for lOCI: guents. 1' I
seven-room house five rooms com Yawl Outing for Sale. and offers the most advanced methodsIn Mr. I'eck Is also the manager of the New r t I I
pletely furnished for rent until spring. technical work and Interpretation. SHOES, SHOES, SHOES. Walker Arlington hotel, at Petoskey. Mich., the r'
Address, "P. O. Box :33"Tltusville Length 20 feet, beam 8 feet draught For further particulars, call or address, Co., Tltusvllle, have an up-to-date line Sale, at Dnytona.. leading and largest summer hotel of the t ,
Fla. 14 Inches. Good Cabin Two berths. O. F. Stout, New Kockledgo Hotel, of Ladies', Chlldien'a and Gentlemen's treat Lake Hotel Plaza Is surrounded p '
Address Box 107, Rock ledge, Fla. Shoes. !Sue: them. J. K. Walker A: Co. Choice Hammock lands, particularly) by magnificent orange/ trees, covered fill'0
Tents 4t Tltusvllie, Fla. adapted for growing Orange, also Irish with bright and delicious fruit; and a .
tor Sale Cheap. READ THIS. Toys at SO per cent from potatoes. Will sell In lots of from 10 to basket of thee delicious oranges Is gen jI', '
Protect : Hale. cost price next ten days, to close out.J. Oyster Itou For ,
and tender
your trees houseboat
orange R. Walker: Co., Tltusville. Fla. '
10m Jacksonville guests.
Pnts from cold; 500 MoFarland tents, Boys, look out for the big Oyster r 1 1Lrattnch'Vonted.
"I sizes, for sale boat Roast at "'l'he'VlgwRm." MerrltU Is-
cheap. For sale, a comfortable house- \ 1
WM. M. BitowJT, Dimensions: length, 8.1ft: ,;; beam Uft. Gardner's Flyers. land. A moonlight nail evening Jap- For Sale, Hearing Orange Grove, ,.
F la. head-room In anese Lantern, Music Hot Oyesteis. ---
Titusville, 18 Inches; .
4in.f draught. Yum t Yum I 1 hotel, Opening night Wanted to buy a small ganolene launch ,.
cabin 9ft. Anchors sails, bedding and Moquette velvet rugs/ $3.i":: and $:;,fiO
Launch for Sale. cooking utensils eto. Reversible rugs 3x0 ft. . 1.75: soon. Watch for it. About four acres. Trees came through at once. Ur.Aiii, Merritt, Fla. '

This cosy houseboat Is now lying at Sanitary matting, new . .41 the great freeze without being killed.
,M:\ feet long built by Geo. Glngrass Tltusvllle and will be sold cheap. !Smyrna: rugs . . .SOo\ up. To Musician Not a leaf Injured since then by the cold. ter Safe. p a 1 .1

not one year old flrst-class condition. Address, J. M. Lallin, Tltusville, Fla. ; Lamp stoves . . . 3* Reason for selling.; Terms to suit.
Equipped i with King- engine, speed 0I, or C. F. Naethlog US, Fulton street, Printing presses, Ink, eto 5.00 A baritone horn for sale, nearly new; LOCK Box KM, Young, gentle, harness horse well I" /
nilee York City. .OIl will sell for IJ.OO. Can be 2t Melbourne Fla.1.hleRIJIle suited for ladles to drive. !I!
Address, New C. A. GABDSER, Tltusvllle Fla. cost $2 ); : a
Launch, care ADVOCATE, seen st the store of Address Most HARDKK:, g J-

Tltusville, Fla. Launch for Sale. Launch For Sale. J. WALfcrmfc Co., and Orange Land. 2t Jensen, Fla. ',,
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Tltusvllle, Fla. r
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Yacht for Sale or Charter. A Haft: naphtha launch, (0 I horse power entire Launch "Manhattan-," owned by the. Choice pineapple and orange land, on I'inewood'Vented. f c'I' ,
cabin .
Morris Heights engine; I'rlnters'Vanted. between Waveland and !Sew. I
peninsular, :
Julius Smith.! Length Si feet. :
late U. : ,
Sloop ; plate glass windows both the Indian Bids asked for one) hundred cords of (
all's
yacht 33 featlong IIIfeet beam & Point fronting on
'.1. onlytwo Ten h. Murray Tregnrtha engine. t
iiw !sailss, raft5 years forldcomfo! cabin, flaghandhleather cushions. Boat will Cloned p.cabin. Recently overhauled and Four swift, accurate and sober typesetters and St. Lucle Rivers, beautiful location, four-foot pine,Ughtwootl or mixed, f.ob.
everything Will years' old. Cost, new, 3,700; In tint-class condition. Bottom can secure employment at $."<>.UO near Gilbert's Bar Inlet. Sold In 5 and on line Fla. E. C. By Right reserved "

sell y Ca.charer for the winter. Nice fam- MM.kr.i, 5! cash. for this bar- copper pot sheathed. Speed, 9 mile. For per month, for the winter months by 10 acre Iota. Also new, three-room cottage to r.;Iect any or all W.bids.R. MODEM: I' :
: Will furnish application theIJE4Jf to rent. Apply to ,
captain for boat price and further Information Inquire of, applying at once to '
chartered Address, gain. Address, Mrs. II, Junes SMITH. PUBUSHIXO Co., C. II. RACBT: Agent Waterwnrki, 1 1n

j lam GoO V. Rooms, I HOTEC ISDIAX Rockledge' RIVER,Fla. 7feb Bockledge, Fla. West Palm Beach, Via. lapl Waveland, Fla. West Palm Bench, Fla

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JANUARY 2, 1903.

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SALE. 35: 87 BlASTEtt'S
that post with a Rev.C, P, D.l\lartln. L L D IS 83 38! .al30:!
Ii Forrest's side could not project of attacking Sw corner of lot 8 3 8ft 40 .-, gI
The bullet In Infantry wrltes"Of morning, *
and an UNDB t
r handful of cavalry Waverly Texas TVTOTICEI8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT All S 86 !J7 (::
be found and be lay Inactive at Memphis which was at hand. For the when first rising, I offer find a troublesome 1\ and by virtue of a decree of forerlomi I 1:111-10
weeks. At the end of brigade which .pro and sale. made and entered by the C'rou t. 580 :37 (fi i r, ,IJI
three of
for thousand collection phlegm, ..
reeftslpa Forrest gathered a Circuit FloridIn I 0) 80
and purpose dislodge Court for the Fourth Judicial 1 All. 37 I Mi; q11Y3Q
Cortntb hard to
that time he returned to and one night/ advanced to the duces a cough and Is very and lo'f'llIe Comity of Clay, In Chancery ni nw.of sea atf

J I q(1N1o eJ was soon In the saddle at the his front horse troopers Federal outposts of the city, but General ; but a email quantity will at once of Ballard'gIlorehnnnd dislodge tin?, on'lhe therein:itilrd pending< of wherein The" .I INmnavlvR In a CBIIBoauiw ,I of, se's.. . .,. 30 30( :38 .1I'i-O(

+ While out reconnoitering had meanwhile been Syrup Lives and (]Iran -' W31 wy ot ne3(, set of
i Ueauregnrd Is I know of no la Cumpanyforlasurancr5ca :
trouble over.
i leap which reopened: the It, and the Annuities, In romplnlnanr, ami the Jaokno
high of
took command liiir se
a Ton federate net % sew,
.
chief
I the Is ,
given medicine that Is equal lo U, and U so vIII. and Went Railway Company; ,
Key
wound\, and the ball> was extracted. In Tennessee and hearing of Forrest'spUrPOHO to take. I can, most cordially Alice, Tampa Williams I), li. William, Robert H. Cot yq of se>i. 8(1( 38 .vo:,: ,i.O.

Forrest remained with his old command ordered the movement aban recommend pleasant it to all needing a man Archibald lingers, It. T Kendall, an ...sIK'nee All :UI(( :38 (fiH:: ) 211All.
'. until midsummer, then was promoted persons troubles." of Robert H. Colem ; the Chatham Nation .SO: 30 38:I I'i2;, ;: ;
throat lung Harriot Walks,,
doned. medicine for or ..Hank.. Edward H. McDonald
brigadier general and assigned November found Bragg Price 2c; .tOe. $l bottle at li. K. Wilson Frank W. rope and the Mliwliwilmil" Valley Kiu Nw>y, 8J. .. 0 30 Sl! M |J.I
f'I A the eonnnand of the cavalry operating The month of ty Company: are defendants; I will I otter for ..ale, All 7 3(1( 30 CUM' rU

/ I :M to with ItruKg'a command In Its march in full retreat to Slurfreesboro, where & Hon. and sell to the highest Court bldditr ilouoe for door rash of at the pub...101)l W!,'ot 8WU. . . 8 80( 31)p/ !

g1 j 11i1rl \ Kentucky.: Organizing a force of ho decided to make stand against the Supreme\! Court Coincidence.While County outcry of before Cluyl mate. of plorlda.n the City "iy . ... . . . .1130( 3n! ::tu'"i ;

to 1,500 supers, he noon I boetuuo a terrorto purMUing/ Federals. In the march northward In !session( the nnnoclnte justices Orson Cove Springs' therein on theFIRSr All. . '. '. 18 30 SO! (Ij! 1'1') ;72AII.
the Confederate cavalry had . 10 I 3H 30 (ill: ) ) 20
detachments. court are .FKHKUARY A. D., 190 ,,
Federal IN
all outlying United States supreme) MONDAY
of the (
been under the leadership of GeneralJoe AII .' \:.20 30 31)) MU'; ,
Ills first swoop was the night capture West Point soldier' and seated on either Hide of the chief Justice the name 1 being/ the "10"1111 clay of sold mo tl 01 WI, of nwK, sw, 28) 30 81)\) 211112:
Wheeler, a local hours
of MurfreeBboro.. when be gathered la l In the order of their commissions] and a IOKU sales day within tho 2 30 : ( '. i
Bragg selected him to take the field as sal. the property described lu suld decree am All . r 10114",6
over 1.70O Federal prisoners. In this cavalry corps to be the oldest in commission oil his right ,,follows I All.:30 :ii( 3\1! (1110 i|<) 4 jO

affair Torrent showed that almost organized.chief of the The new new role of Wheeler' the next oldest on his left; the thll'l1la The mortgaged in said decree property aid In mentioned the bill ofron and dHcrlhod All 1.: .::1131:11Ili80: \ : (

fierce resoluteness of purpose united Forrest In east TenncMHce second on the' right and the fourth second plaint In said cause, and partlciihirly describe 32 :Ill) 39! alap() f

with skillful strategy. which stamped left nothing for the left mid HO on ultfrnntcly. 1 In Exhibit "O" thereto, eSl'eltntho! land All . ... .t 30 :30\ (n41')4')
Ideal raiding chief and he wns ordered to take his on theretofore .,,111 ilencrlliud In Exhibit "H" to the All .. : .'. ." 287IS: O.Vii!1 | I,
him as the coninilKulou occupyingthe the .
In
in and
the to-wlt/mete/ lying being .
i; Hiding forward with his. advance. old brigade\ west to Columbia and prepare youngest sent the extreme lift.When counties said bill of Jtrevnrd, Clay Citrus, Dade, IHSobLake .,, All . :> .,. -f 37 :38 r.:'-.; .ill,] i
i and to fall upon Grant's line of com on Lee, Alnnntee, ]Marlon. Monroe Orange" All .-. . : .4 II) 37 :38 liHir'" I,
JrA Forrtmt was at once scout com munications. For Home men this would Justice Field' WitS the senior .iMceola St. Johns Bumter. VoluHlii I'olk an, .. .]037:1 (11411201

t'' mander. In the first rush at Murfreex- have been the removal of a brave but associate this arninjremont;:: produced! I'utnnni follows In: the State ot Florida, and dettcrttHius All. . !l.X* .,12 87 38 ;(;MUM\ () !

o boro the Eighth Texas cavalry struck poHslbly overy.eiiloim soldier to a field this curious result: The names! of the IN BREVARD COUNTY. All. j J. .; . . .1437:04:J IKISV' I

the heart of the Federal encampment, of hard! work with little importance nttacheu Justices ou the right had but a singlesyllableField ] HOC. T. It. Ann .'. 18 37 3S ('lilt!;,: 1 1All.

T"OEOwiiAR Hproudlng wild dismay on all sides. not the man liraS: '. Brown nnd White AH... .. .. . . . 7 20 34 II"IIM: .-. .'. _10 37 3s u' LIr! ,;,.
there was heroic resistance, but> Forrest was left all ..f friw' ........ .. .. .. 1:10: 34 IItl:J fK 87 3s (1111.1\1|i
J Although to bi shelved while the niunes of there' on the allot frao. ... .. .. .. ...16 xo 84 4011< 1 < \
tho result! had been decided by the river rolled between had two "3'1I11l>II'K-Ulu'll1n. Itrewer Lots I, 2,8 and 4...v.... ....... ID 2(1 34 21410 All .' :. .37 3S f); bold Initial blow. The Tennessee all, of frao.... ...... .. .... ..,31 20 34 .8 4 All ::17,3l 11/1/ l4,
.. hilt Hold of operations, Slims and IVclihnm. All were married .... .. .'. 94 Hill
Forrest and new 1.'I..neI3.' .. ., .. .an 20 All ..28 37 :3H I I..N;:! ,12(i
watched over by the l hilt no one of the jl1l Of SADDLE mid the Hue was ( ofn-Ji\! ..... .. .... .. .... .atM: at 41)1) All ) 37 :38 itil.llt(: i<
enemy's MCOUIS. Uniting, at Clifton right/\ hud ever had any (children whileeach Necnr0)erof lot 4.. .. .. .. ..... ..19 *) 3U 3C All . ... /.' 80 ::17 38 111:1.\4:) \
I Forrest prepared hIs command for the of those ou the left hud both children allot frao .. ... .... .. .31 20 36 211KM All . 87 3S ((141 i'II')| l
nl netf\( .. ... .. . ...... I 21 :114 BO ((1NwWofnwVi
o arduous and dangerous task ahead. and grandchildren. The colors! .. .. ... ... 2 21 34 4(111,(] All. . .,32 37: 88 U.IXM) \()}
o Meanwhile the Federals were active In were nil on the right.-Gray, Brown and W 44 of usyj. ne34 of ney.r.. 15 21 at 1200Nwviof Witf. ... . .il.i ( . . 83: : 37 314 :H':. OIl)
i colorless neUne" or nel(:... M 21 84 110+ 011 All 34: :37 :38 .iii7: ..i6All
of defensefor White while the left woe :
their means -
4 strengthening 8el(0InwlOIn..I(.... .... 'M illl4: 10(1
r? (ICopyrhrht. llKiy, by O. L. Kilmer.] Grant's lino of communications. Youth'8 Companion. all of fran.... .. .. .. .. ... .... .. 1 ill 35 103 BHX \ .30 87 38 ti.1'1JO: '!
General Grant of uK of sw)4) of uwtf\ Betffifswik All .'. 4 37 :31) liJili; \ li
OV. "K. 1W2. Troops were brought> In from the north .. ... ... .... .... .. 0 21 :m1000/ All Ii J 87 31) r..7 'liS
set lilt iirniy (In motion to nttacit the of oats to allot frau...... ........ .. .. ..11 21 :35 24(1( IMI
i the Confi'derntu Mtrongf C and the south to re-eiiforco garrisons It taken g.lion.ono grains" all.. .... ... ... ... .. ..... .. .. .1.1 21 35 &lII" All 6 87: 3: !) (Ii i.V, -aAll
1 1:!''I' at the chief points and the scut. sow an aero 'J.Nnn.OiKJ() ) of barley and Nw corner of no}( of neW .. .18 21 MS 6UO, t 7 :37 811!) (II U'iij:!;I )
G f .v; I hold). U VIcksliurK, on the > J ri strengthened.A wheat W>b of nw K,w>4 of sw'aeg\!( of All 8:' 37 3 JI!) IIIIKO
were of
II11KKIKlllppl. The Ffdvrnl troops. InN tered outposts only 1.000.000 wi .. ......... ... .. .. ..in 21 an zno 00, "
cautious soldier looking over the alloft.ao. .2J 21 31811/ 5 O All ... . .037 3i! lil2'1: < ()
j' threw colniniiH, to bo under tho personal field ahead of Forrest would have declared *X. wl(, n M of Sey\ aw+%of toH \\j} W>s of seed: ., ,> .10. 37 :m!) :Ms\ HO '

lomlcrNhlp of tlriuit Sherman and foolhardy for a Cures flood) and Sklu;])isenl'lcs. . .... ... ...... .25 21 39 0000 All ..... 15 37 3!) iis;: 1J
It
that was
Me l'bl'r"ol1.'ro ordered to concentrate I bend of 1,800 men to attempt to cope itching: Humors. Eczema, N w corner corneruneyof, ot .sou\ of nwU.wl(,,..s.w.2D 21 35 2000 All v. .17 37 :31)i)) iit7;: 44

In northern Mississippi. r Ho'/ ofiietf . .. .. . ...3J 21 ao 400iNi All .'. .1. :37 ::11I!) (/t:1I4': !
II for the Mississippi with the garrisons of the? towns along Scrofula, Etc. ) of nw y.(,swX of neJi wi of All 10 37 81)) c;"III '1,4:,
# rant's army mii>i> campnlirn had to lie drawn from Send no money-simply try Sw coiner" of swK of swjf .. 3.1; 21 35 n PO All ... .-. 20 37 8l! (na; JO
: the Mississippi, since any point attacked could SUD) Botonic Blood Balm at our expense. A all of Irlw. .. .. .. 38 21 SO 12701Bwtf All ..21 :37 31!) ott: ,; v3(
Colnmluirt, Ky., over won help by train from nearby points personal trial of Blood Balm Is better of nw5i, wW of eel of nw AH .: .,., ; ... :.22 :37 :In!) i 1\\lOll::!i 44

Central I railroad. Thin long lino of jut with Forrest's way of doing things I than a thousand printed testimonials, so K S n% oi.1 swU of, .wl/' of. awl. .(.0 82285 2'lm: 1KO 16.10(011liCe w . . Kiinrilc "i communication wan t there would be ho time' to summon don't hesitate to write fora free sample l.ol..2all" 4 .. ....7 2'J 1IIIIIII at/ . . . . 20 87 :81)) lit:, III
Htiitloncil in forts at Iiollvur 1 l lI s- r lelp.. He would strike<<, and carry the If you suHer from ulcers eczema,scrofula Nw (corner., ni"5i or nw',. ., 25 i'4 35 HI w All 27 :37 81)) O'Ki'ii: : ''

Jackson !and Ilunibolilt, went l.'onIlI'H'tt I iI_ p! P.e lay or else be off to a more Inviting blood> poison, cancer eating sores,' Sw all con.er. .... .of...iieU' .of.. .lIe. .'./.:.. ...... 27 5 81 2' a7 35 Ollll 10 If w' All : .'. . :lSl7:1O: : n401M( l ;
and In blockhouses ut all the river Itching skin pimples, bolls bone pains .. .. 20 :37 8!) (4\0 i in
+ sue leld. The enterprlxe was Just the one .... .. ,. .. 7 SI 35 (UU 6 6 All ...
i tt It croHslriKM. At Important points east swellings rheumatism, catarrh, or any NK of no"',, swi/4 of n&,., w>, of A 1:0\ 37 31) I4n 10
'or bold men under a bold leader who a'.I""J1i .. .... .. ... It 3t 35 BliO skin dlseaae advise to -
e I of the line there were ulso strong, garrlnoim 'ared little for the clanger: and were blood or we you 111 .. .. ..-.... .... ...... .. .. 17 81 35 B.17. T All 31 517 3D! (0:18.10:!
.. j % to offer a U'fenwo against nt.I ( take liotanlo Blood Balm ((0. B. 13)). all .... .... ..... ... .. .... .III 31 85 M7: I't' All ft:) :37 31!) OUT; ''i8:
.I I whore the 'eiuly to take defeat If fate should go Especially recommended for old. obstinate all........ .. .. .... .. .. ... ..... 21) 31 35 II3I OIII All .3U: 37 3l! 1I-13:)!i
tacks from oust Tennessee i gal nst them. This was the case with deep seated cases of malignant; .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....31 31 35 641116 3!) 0 8fl
II Confederate were lu force. I H... .. ..... .... .. .. .. .. ....33 H 85 8.1"' All 34 37 IM
Forrest i' mil his band when they set blood or skin diseases because Botanic all...... .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1 :$1: 37 Vi: 84< All :) 87'31111440!
At the time Grunt wan looking hopefully nit\ to raid the lines behind Grant who Blood Balm ((8. B. B.) kills the poison In 111. .., .. ..... ... .. .. .... ... 11 :3.1: 37 6:111': NWT, . . . . 30( 37 3!O 1.V.I:'' HITotal '
f', for A npeedy/ victory ahead southward the blood where all else fallsheals .ill... .. m..I 81 37 Mil Hill
at little suspected the' movement and Ifle cures .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .... ....1133 37 CUB WlHI
the Confederate general HraKK, had. would\ have scouted It as 1m-: every sore, makes the blood pure and ... .... .. .. .. .... .... ....21 3.1: 87 I!W Of I. 7. ;:!Wj 42
,1Iurtrtl'sboro.; devised a plan of harassIng rich, gives( the skin the rich glow; of ill.... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23 331'7 64t 40 A deposit will be required to bi made
4 Federal In went Tennessee.Ho osslble> ot success health. B. B. B., the most perfect blood .H.... .... .. ... .. ...... .. .. .25 33 37 C1411211 bidder with Master in
the rear GEORGE I.. KILMER. ill,... ... .. .... .... ........ ...27 33 87 6:111\t: : by each the
4 chow for the It'od'r'ot this enterprise purifier made. Thoroughly tested for 30 1>11. .... .... .. .. . . 29 3.1 87 I.14 l cash or by satisfactory certified check(
General Nathan Bedford Forrest years. Costs $l per large; bottle at urngtores. ill.... .. .. .... .... .. ...31 33 87 03044: before bidding; of two cents per acre
Yielded to Neea.ltr. .. To prove It cures, sample of ill.:.. .. .. .. .. ..... ... .. ...1\.1 33 3? 1\:111411: lands included in
cavalry commander who bad made .. .... ... ... upon the any one
a all ... .... .. .. 35 ai 37 Oltfl: 11
his mark In battle but more especially The flames which hud begun on the Blood Balm sent by writing Blood Balm Wit,. .. .. . ..... .. .. .....; A 33 ;jH g.jn' 41)w' :) offer for bids.!
II: top floor of the apartment' house, were Co Atlanta Ga. Describe trouble and :< in% of seV4, eel/4 of se!/.. .. 7 33 3! 4.11IJ() H. II. BUCKMAX
y,. ere a soldier of rtttource and daring In downward. free medical'advice sent In sealed letter. ill... .. .. .. ... ...... .. .....17 33: 34 C31 (HI
'" Independent attacks upon Isolated Jl'OIU1.E&T IN A I'IQU't.Dellll1t making their wny rapidly medicine ill, .. .... .. .. ... .... ..."...Ill XI 88 C40 2(1( jiinlH: ) lit Special: Master.Notice. .
>11 the prisoners taken nt Mur' The Janitor was the last to. leave."I J Thla is an honest oiler- .iii..t..... .. ...... .... 21 :32 88 ((141 If\ ,
ill posts of the enemy. rl'tlrl'l1II1'r fire." he said sent at once, prepaid. ill... .... .. .. .. ........ ..... .....21) 83 38 aal 52
Forrest orlgliially& entered the war as freesboro Forrest gathered Inv COO) I bate to all.... .. .. ...... .. ...... .31 3.1: 88 64' 40 .
horses, a train of wagons' some ambuhinccfl emerging from the building Just ni a'i. .... .. .... ... ... .. .. .. .. .33: 3.1: 38 con anBooth
.n amateur. lie enlisted In a Tennessee Of lot 4.... ... ... S 8,1 41 II 00
the floor ahoht1l! fell In. "but II'll Notice to Creditors.TO part CONCERNED:- TAKE NOTICE THAT
four
cavalry regiment but the governor cannon. 1,200 muskets all. .. .... 9 34 35 (11I'11411( ALL 1'. Brown, as Sheriff and exottlrloAimilnlntrauirof
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would and ao.OOO uniforms and yet trainedarmy guess have to. -Chicago Tribune. ill oflrso.lesssey. of .wl!,). ..12 84 :11.7t 4W $< the Fruit
talent Estate; of J.(:
of the stnte saw that LEOATEES DI3TR1B- ALL CREDITORS | u
should he remain lu the o/lleers who heard of the project .. .. .. ..... K "e.tt..n UK
be wasted uleeaamlRll. claims. or demands III ... . .. 84 8H lint RS 'ha n..olven" of the of Paid dereu. 'eiLThurerorr
and authorized him to recruit a before, Forrest left the main Confederate Heat Liniment on JCarth. persons the" Estate having of Thomas K.Kichariln :. ill.... ... .. .. .. ... ....... ...... 7 34 I'M:: I14". 4:4Ill :' I .. havlnitrlaln estate against .nlile
ranks aiiuliixt a rao. s
p
.... ... .. .. .. .. ...... . I It !:1 4 .1H 44424
\ regiment of Ills own. Being a man of camp at Chattanooga! dl'clurl'dtllut Henry D. Baldwin Supt. City WaterWorks d4IC l fu.e notified .. . ., .. .. ..... ..'". .15 34 S' tl41 Wl ..tai" Ice hereby l ru<|iii>eil' to appear| | and altthempr"prrly.uth.itleattdI..my

rugged him14 'If. be drew around IL1'" n rash undertaking and Shullsbnrg, Wis., writes"I: have You tbe nr" hereby within to two present your from the ill .. .. ... . .. ... .... .. 17 84 :1M (4J 1X1 berine the| 4rli of 110'3.Or..re.I Court on or
unilerHliined day April.
typo could but end In disaster for tried man) kinds of liniment] but huvnever < years otherwise theMbiiia all ... .... .. .. .......... ... .. .. II) :34 : \ Forrest of tlnn advertisement thin 27m Himinil.er A. I) :
expiration day ,
s him a hardy class of young men good received much benefit until bar tlioreof.KUBKCCA .11.. ... .. .. .. .... ... .. 21 34 3* 04(1( at: geld' "
In ftKY.
riders good l shooters and as brave as u nil hlrt. command.After : imecUiillaid's will be pleaded .1 HK'HARPS, all.... .... ... .... .. .. ."7 a4 8* PII4P'l: lam (, ] A. U. I'K .
: the success at Murfroesboro Snow Liniment fur rheumatism Kxecutrlx of tbe Lam Will of'' alt' .. .. .... . . .. .. ... 211 M :iM (141 (Ml' mar County Jiulue\
j the bravest. At that time Kentucky: and! pains.. I think it the best linimenton !Thomas E. Richards, deoea eft. all ... . .. .. .. ..., .. .xi 84141011:
Forrest hovered around central Ten- . . . .. .. .... .1111 34
was lifting lu a hostile way toward the earth. 25c, {>0o and $1 bottle at U. H Eden, Kla., Deo.I. JU02. SwTITUSVILLE'S 01' : 8tt CWIIICI JSxecutor'w Notice.
\.3. : 84 3H StatinII : )
iK'sseo( until Hragg's; moved forward
Confederates, but Forrest needed arms army Wilson & Sun ... .. .. .... .. .... .. ..... .. 7 :MA' 37 1141 1ftIII.
for his. men and there were recruits In following/ closely\ the retreating ... .. .. .... .. .. ., .. ..... ..17 11/I 37 mum rw
To all whom It
Federals toward the Kentucky: border. TRAINS.The .n.... .. .... .... .... .... .'n 85 87 /I4'I8M may "''' tNOTICE
the lllue (]ruse region anxious to join icing straw to Improve Koaula. 1111 . .... ... ... .... .... 21 8% 87 CWI V4 1-4 HEIIKHV: i.lVEV THAT SIX
the Tennessee chief. It required tact } (I1'1'4'8t'us sent'to the left flank of The of \\'nllll"lIn county. following are the times of arrival .ill .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. n 3S 37 fl:1K: 20 from the date of this not lea 1 will"re..ne
fnriners\ ... .... .. ...... Una).-onntatii the Honi'raliM'
the army to guard It from surprise. 1111... . ... :J1I 85 37 (I 1I16 my.
to got' the arms! and horse equipments Wash., tire trying the experiment of and departure of passenger trains to and all .... .... ..... .. .... .. .. .. 31 35 87 64100BC1T A. D. renney ( ...'"Iy .lud(;" ill and for llrevunlCnuntv.
3 Boron tho larder under' the eyes of When Bragg' had imeuu-d ou into Kentucky laying their roads with straw to Improve from Titusvllle: !:Stare of Klorlila. !and apply for Letter I
Forrest remained behind with nf UlHinliiuil HH fo xeotllor nf tie iuitMte of Haul
pies nnd enemies but Forrest succeeded them the New York: Trib SOUTH BOUID. J nnBi>n, lute of the County of Hrevar- State uf
says We to
and throughout the war always Instructions to mine and organize the become Leaves Tltiurllle for Miami and I ".." _-.". :: cannot guarantee publish .Florida cea. ..eil.
k looked to the territory of his foes for Confederates In Tennessee.. Bragg une. Every full tho highways Intermediate points at I tams that do nor reach this office before JOHN:- SOR :NS.X.
f deep with dust making traveling hard NORTH BOCHD. Y xeontor or f>tate of Han,li)|>|>,en.
1 1 supplies. hoped to conquer Kentucky, and the on man and beast.> Heavy ruins meant I Leave Tltusvllla for Jacksonville I ..*" p.?.. li icon on Thursd.it H. Jensen, Fla. >ov. III.'IU02. 1..a u1(14110,
intermediate
troolll111111..1' Forrest would guard his point at I
i ) Tho first brilliant stroke of war by mud and the dust could not be removed -' Tltuivllle for Sanford 1:0: a.m
Forrest( was at the attack' on Fort communications with the base at Chat without destroying the road Arrives Tlr.u vllle from Sanford 1:1S p.m

t DonrUon. He wonted to tight and offered tanooga.Hrngg's.
way. It then occurred to an enterprising -
Invasion however ended In Official Supply' House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association
( to break the hold of Irani upon Individual that If all of the farmers
et the IIMltlon I If allowed his way. This failure. The Federals again held Nash ,
1 would contribute straw and all hands.
I i I was denied him. but when It came to .4414' nnd Forrest conceived the daring assist In laying it on the roads most 1 VirginiaHomesYou The Chicago Net and Twine Co. I

and all the
surrendering the fortress traveled there would be> a great change
garrison his. Independent\ nature rebelled Manufacturers of-
for the better. Tho experiment was n II>
t at the etiquette of war. lie refused Stoning and Slaying. decided success. The farmers turned learn ,nil about Virginia Lands, s

'. to surrender himself and told out III force plenty of straw was offered Its resources, products, mode of cultivation ) F
tho commander of Donelsou he could etc. reading the
IU prices by
ready hands. laid It to the depth
=
i 1 !I take his men out and what was more, At the start in a long race the advantage Virginia Fanner. Send lOcts. 0
of u toot on the main thoroughfares q
or more
often to be with outsider
ride to Nashville and help save that appears an for a months subscription to the ,
Important Confederate from i Hut the race is won not in starting but / of the county, and traveling Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. I +f 1
J post cupL in staying. The quality which wins is became easy. Three hundred tulles of tos: xlp 1
ture. He called bis men around him L I > I Iy I
It is in the of road will this j
staying power. so race \ be covered with straw -
and gave them their choice to ride out life. Staying fall r"jw

'4)ri1 ) through the Federal lines or eurrenj power wins ana A NEW INVENTION.Recently .

dl'r.11 for himself be was going out al a rule the best If Unwell =

j ) stayer is the man sa Try u Mo) bottle of Herbno.! notice the h FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description (5
tel.lowed with the best Improvement speedily effected( In
your '
: f. During the hard fighting of tho Infantry stomach. All appetite, energy, strength and vigor.,; Patented all Over the World. [Dealers In Seine 1 wine, Maitre Cord, Rope Etc. 1
Originators of
Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
physical strengthis Watch how It brightens the spirit, !gives
t nt Shllou Forrest wns occupied derived from freedom from Indigestion and debility. 70-81-83 E. Indiana St. ChU-ng', 111.

picketing the 11114>.. There were no food which is Isaac :Wtery, Ava, Mo., writes Sept 10th, ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter. .. I

mounted troop engaged In the battle properly Iota). "I ""Rllln bad health I had stomach The Walton
sitnmlateil.When We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen. Associatl.
proper but when the ConfederatiHi ana trouble for 12 month, also dumb .

L were forced to retreat the cavalry was the food chills. Dr. ,1. \V. Mory prescribed Her-

( r n railed In to protect the rear. After eaten is only partly bane It cured me In two weeks. I can

the Confederate Infantry had retired digested and not recommend It too highly, It will doan Self-Locking Tackle Block. $
from Shlloh:' church Forrest was left assimilated thereis you claim for It." Sold by B. R. Oa: : S. LCtMI::: : &: OOin. ,

with but IN sabers to meet the ad- a loss of nutrition Wilson A Son. .
which meansa ( 510 w. Mayes., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i vancn of the Federal cavalry and In. low of strength; Made In various shapes and sizes.of

fantry. The Federals advanced to the and the general T..t. WOOD, IRON and BRO ZE. Will

( charge, but In crosHlng n stream the line result i i. physical "What do you suppose Is the" secret work equally well with rope, chain or t' A
was broken and at that moment For. breakdown.I of Miss Bland's social success?

I rest rushed In, boring right and left. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery "She always remembers exactly what wire rope. FULL

So sudden was. the onset that the gives strength and staying power because to furget"-Indianapolis News.Ciiiitloii Will work at any height, upside down ii 4' Fuw.t .

enemy gnve way In "ont\ll1l0n. and Poorest it cures diseases of the stomach horizontally, or at any angle, and will

followed up with Impetuous during. and other organs of digestion and nutri- stop and lock a any point.

When clone to tho fleeing line of and tion.Assimilation It enables. of the the perfect food; digestion and This Is not a /gentle word-but when Invaluable for every kind of business EXPRESS EXPRESS

t trl fugitives, Forrest found himself alone. so strengthens the body naturally calm by the loll think how liable you are not to purchase where a block Is needed frequently savng PREPAID i PREPAID

I : Several .shots. wero fired nt the Intrepid nutrition derived from food known for and 7:>o A the remedy only remedy that has universally bad the the labor of one man or more.otblngtlke = ZO

leader and one bullet\ of large caliber nt vn. troubled with Indlffvfttiou for About largest sale of any medicine In the world it for hanging stretch- Nt ,
penetrated his left! side to the spine. two year," write Win Bowker, zo
ruts, tnlah Co I.lnho, "1 tried darnnttdue.ton :: Since lulls( for the care and treatment of IDg wires. :
I Ills. horse was aUo badly wounded. .,,,1 remedies but to no wail until I wroteto Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles
Instantly the Federals surrounded the vou ami you toM me what toe uflervd without losing Ita great popularity Address aU communications to the '
with n pain in my utomnch and left ,[sir and II' H
'r wounded rider and while some wanted thotmtil thnt it winiltl. kill me Now 1 mm Hint ill these years you will be thankful we .
; to capture him others shouted: "Shoot lo writ. thia unit let yun know that I am all sailed yon r attention to Boscbee'sf erman Walton Self-Locking Block Co . r
trim!" right:: 11 can tlo my work now vrithuutp.is I and :Syrup. There are so cough Ifs
"Stick him! "Knock him off 1 "' hav, that tired IrvlitiK that I used to many reme- 50
Iris boric!f have Wv. bottle of l>r. Pi.....,.'. Solden Med glee made by druggists and others that (Incorporated.) I DOZe
ical Dueovery and two. blab of his IMeuout ire cheap and good for light colds perhaps -
With his revolver Forrest cleared a Pellet*' cured me:" )blue and Wareroom 401 Atlantlo Ave.
but for severe Coughs Bronchitis
pathway and rude out of the net Hut Accept no substitute for Golden Med 'roup-and especially. for Consumption, Near Rowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.BOSTOc DfltVCRCO FOR i QLS

M4 hl, HojUs wero benumbed, and tho surgeons teal Discovery. There is nothing jUllta8 where there Is difficult expectoration and

ordered him to too rear. HU goal for diseases'of the stomach soughing during the nights and morn- MASS. $/ .1229 1 x

1 wounded hors bore up until Corluth blood and lungs. 41 tigs, there Is nothing like German Syrup 7

twit, reached and then fell dead of hU Dr. Pierces Pellet are easy and pleasant Sold by all druggists In civlltaed world. Sample Blocks can be teen at the ADVOCATE 'v

N 4 tJrQllq.u! to Uke. A most effective laxative. G. G. QREEX Woodbury, N. J. office, Tltutville. Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.III .







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[professional Cards. Price ListOF place. A very full description of these Fort Capron, suitable for orange tree DEERSLAYER AGED TEN. I DO YOU GET UP

Descriptive lots given in a descriptive! circular on grapes, guavas, etc. Price, $ 100.

EO. M. BOBBINS, this property will be sent on applies- :No. 102. The NIt of EI..i or Sec. 3:1:;: II. Tlrnk Animal Let AVI 111 fltol WITH A LAME BACK ?

OUK Hon. Lot No. 3 1, Price, $1,000.00.; Lc and theNW: .. orSE :i of Sec :M, Tp, :aa i and Then Cut It" 1'hront. I

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR No. 2, Price, $2,200.: Cash In each (cast S., R. :al) Kant, containing I-JO! Il'rl'S.Prlc'e ) Eddie Wllbort. the ten-year-old .t Oll Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Pineapple
Grapefruit residing lit
Orange of E. A. WlUwrt. n farnior
AT-LAW. :No. :1.:( A Pineapple Plantation on $12l! d..rr ---
At('.). Wayne county I'n.. nw n Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -
south side of St. tuple River. This i 18 No. 103. Lot 1 Sec. 5 3:1: S., R. 40
practice In State and United States Lemon Tp. crossing n Held near his. homo the otlll'r U suns to know of the wonderful ;
'm Court and Vegetable LandIn 45; acres! of pineapple land facing on the Leontalning30.70acres.( This lets I Is day und started In pursuit says a Port L-1 PI cures mada by Dr.

St. Iucie River in Dade County, Fla a quarter of a mile front on the ocea Jcrvls (X. Y.i dispatch to the No''' Kilmer's Swamp-Root

Office at TITUSVILLIS. ,sf, FLA. Brevard County. The place Is highly improvedthere beIng beach, and extends' half way across thfl York Times I the and great bladder kidney remedy.liver i
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12 acres of bearing pineapples, peninsular towards Indian Klver. 211 After running/ a few roils the boy '4. It Is the great medical

L. GAULDEN, OX'I'JlEINDIAN yielding 2.2SI crates of pineapples lithe acres are good rich hammock. Goo throw a stone which broke one of thp triumph of the nineteenth

season of 1H! >:2, and netting over all lulling and turtling on the reef oil( the nnlmul's hind legs The lad. was, tinable century: discovered 1
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, to overtake the deer, ami nt omnttnckid I ij after years of
RIVER $2,000! or 20 cent of the shore. Price $40o. 11
expenses : per It with n club. .\ tierce Ihbt! '. scientific research
Will practIce in all the Courts of the State asking' price. Full printed description No.: 110. South part of Lot 1, nnll ensued and lilt doer (',eventual' :r-.n.-. Q Dr. KI'mer'! the emyl f,

r Florida, and the United State Courts. FLORIDA.In of this place on application Send tor south' part of Lot 2, all of Lots: and 4, knocked the boy to the ground but I Ill' nent kidney and bladder It

I I. O Box,235. TITUS VILLK, FLA.. it, you will be interested. It Is the and the north part of NlHf( of SEti: : of clung fast ant firmly deult It a hlow 1 _-- specialist, and Is it

-- the description of land, \vt make only thing for sale In this well known) Sec.33: : and small part of Lot 2, Sec. 31, over the head Unit stunned It. 1idllle: wonderfully lame back, kidney successful, bladder In promptly, uric acid curing trou-

'r- J. WEBB use of the terms spruce pine, scrub-oak vicinity. Price, $10,000. Tp. 31 S., U 4) :K., being 110 acres adjoining next run to bill home ", lwrhe ltt'curNl bles and Brlght's Disease,which Is the worst

r. hickory, cabbage palmetto and ism Xo. 4. A fine Home and Pinenppl the postotllce at St. Lucle, dlrectly a table 1'111'11knit.. .. und cut the Ih't'I"S form of kidney trouble.Dr. '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, throat Then ho went after nil undo toh'lp Kilmer Swamp-Root U. not recommended '
mock In the following senses : Plantation on Indian River. This property opposite the Indian River Inle ... s I
the ciwnss homo. The deweighed for everything but If have kid
In the Courts of the 7tt you
Will practice The spruce pine, scrub-oak and hickory consists of 20 acres of fine pine and in close proximity to the place of carry liver bladder trouble It will bs found
Taxes paid for non-resident 130 pounds. ney or
{and Circuit.rents and accounts collected. is the ridge varying from 15 to :5 n apple land with nearly eleven acres of : Rl'nntor.1S.\ Quay. The railroad run Just the remedy you need. It I t has been tested 0..

feet in altitude, and suitable for pineapples young bearing pineapples. Fine rive through the tract. Thla Is ono of th nett'----. In so many ways, tn hospital work, In private

TITUSVlLLIC, FLORIDA and a part of it for lemon, lime front of over 750 feet Produced 1,1)00'' best' bodies of land'and most desirabl said than done, yet It practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase -
easier
This' Is relief and has proved so successful In r
PENNEY and orange.trees. crates of pineapples last season, and< location for a town to be found on the may be of some help to consider tho mitor. every case that a special arrangement his

A D. The cabbage palmetto aid hammockare will produce 2,000 to 2l OO crates next East Coast. Price' for the entire tray: If the cause Is something over wbloh been made by which all readers of this paper

of two classes, high and low, according crop. Good house! and various build of 110 acres 10000. Thit tract Is ale you have no control It Is obvious\ th\t; who have not already tried It. may have a ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, worrying will not help the matter In the bottle sent free by mall, also a book ,
rallwa In lots of sample
to elevation. They usually lie Ings. Only GOO feet from the ; subdivided, and will be sold If within
east.. On tho other hand yonr telling more about Swamp-Root and how to I
I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA near Indian River. They are very rich station of White City. Don't fail to one acre up. Write for prices' and map control you have only to act. When YOII find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. "

I Will practice In all the courts of the 7tl lands and mostly suited to vegetabland send for full printed description of No. 111. TlwWJtfof N\V14 of Sec (liavoacold and fear an attack of piiemonla '- When writing mention reading this generous :'

Judicial Circuit. grove purposes. this place. Price, $9,000.00. 2!), Tp. 3\: H., U. 40 E., containing SO buy a bottle of ChambniliilrJoiiRh offer In this paper and -- i )'

Attention particularly called to thline No. 5. House and larger lot at Far acres, having about 50 acres of good Remedy, and use it judicious send your address to ':;: I '
the outoon
to
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for ,
and all cause worry as Dr. Khmer&Co.Bing- Iii II.)!
A. FROST fishing which Indian JUvl'ranll the Pierce, Fla. This property is within hammock land upon it, suitable for will quickly disappear There Is no Illtn- hamton. N. Y. The ; :J t" "" .,

inlet to the ocean, near by, affords the corporate limits of Fort Pierce,one+ early vegetables, grapes, oranges/> lemon for of pneumonia when It Is used. Jo'or regular fifty cent and nnmcnt swamp-ami ,

VtaJ ATTORNEY-A TLAV, The fish are pompano, mullet bass: of our best lower East Coast town. ,eto. Good transportation down the nilo by druggists and medicine dealers dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. I II

trout,jrrouper.sheeplieadetc., The lot faces 105:>> feet on Indian River, :St.: Lucie R I vt'r. Price, $100. It
Will practice in all the Courts of the 7tl No Iitflnvnoo AhoTf.In ,
Judicial Circuit. -the finest Ush in the world. 'I'hey; and contains t of an acre. House nev Xo. 112.: The SWi:: 4 of NE 4' the 8K 1 Dr. John Hull's time It was thn
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are taken with nets, hooks and spears. and contains 7 rooms and\ bath. Lowell of NWkf: the NWi: of $i'lj, and the N custom In his church to use the oM 4l;I.
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. The northern sportsman finds here his fenced and planted to fruits of El of SW I.i.of Sec 3f:: Tp 35: S., R. 40) fashioned, simple hymns, and the Bin;{-

finest grounds for rod and reel, and the many kinds, Includlngin00fancy pine<. E., containing KID acres in one body \Lug. was ('onjl'l'I'j.\1I tlllnl1 I. ; I"" -

FREDERICK .A. MORGAN, poor man find an ample supply owholesome apples. It will make a fine home for a Adjoins the White City colony. Goo< On one occasion William M. KvnrdlHcovered .

winter resident. Full details of thli t pine land suitable for grapes, oranges, E.: Delntlold Smith, the \
fish a valuable addition this II
Abstracts of Title. .
sit .
of New York ;)
etc Price $00. corporation counsel I
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: bill of fare. property on application. Price $1,500. guavas, gardening, '
BEAT ESTATE AND INSURANCE with all his heart and\ \vhlpcrcd I I !
singing
three No. 113.: The north :20! acres of lot 1. >
The river is also bedded with oyster Part cash, balance on one, two or friend
to his ::
Loans, Notary Public. time.If Sec. :33: Tp. :37 S.R. 41 E being a strip] : :
free for the years "I
which
are taking. ""'h.\", there 1* Smith sinning II ,
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography Green turtle al> wunid 1 .'. :' ,

TirusviLLE, FLA. and are a source both of income and this list of Improved places, let me knov on the" Indian Klver.und running bad to bo district attorney, but 1 dldn 1--i j I ....

-- -- food supply what you do want and I will try to and fronting the :St. Lucie River, situated know he wanted\ to lie nn angst"The .t.tI .
between Jensen and Waveland romiu-k wus repented t to 1\11'. I 1\\ -
O. A. FROST WADE: U. JONES Game, In the form of deer, wild turkeys find It for you.UNIMPROVED. ..
This is one of the finest tracts of lam Smith and quIcU as a hatch came tlretoit '
& JONES, quail, etc, abound in the woods.In PROPERTY.Xo. '\ \\1;

FH081' most of these places schools and 87. Lot 2, Section 27, Townshlj In Brevard County. It rises gradualf; "No.:: I have never mentioned thn'Qnt.. Y ':
Is ;
from the Indian Ulver,a 11I1 very high
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, church services are established and 31 South, Range 30 East, containing the St. Lucie Rives Choice land for tcr to Kvurts: knowing that he had 11luflucncu I (
maintained and in all of them that This Is a rich hammock on 1 I
Loans and 007 acres. lit that it vecliout. j; _
Collections.
either pineapples, vegetables, lemon S ..1
island In the river !
will very shortly be the case. point on an among .
TirusviLLE FLORIDA. A location for i a 1'I 1\\ ;
In each and every community In thl! the oyster' beds below the Indian Rivet or oranges. splendid Mrs. Johanna Hoderholm, of Furgi
beautiful home. Price$73.00 per acre Falls, Minn., fell antI dislocated her Mrs. Laura S. Webb. '
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Price $100.
county the people are from every State :Narrows. I
EO. A. WORLEY,. This at; f73.00 per acre la an especially .boulder She:! bad a surgeon Ret It baok vim-lHrmlilxnt Woman Homo
f in the'Union. They are intelligent, No. 88. IotO, Sen.31, and lot 12, Sec The location being one In place aa soon as possible, but It (Cwnl rrnllo flub*o' NorUivrnOlilo.MJ I ,
line
ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW. friendly, well-to-do people, and invar!. 35/ Tp. 31 S., R. 3!) E., containing 0.0; bargain. lotto( sore and pained her very much! dreaded the change of life which I- '
This is also hammock point of the finest in the county. mentioned he had seen Chumbe fait approaching. I I noUced Wins :r. t.
General practice In State and Federal ably welcome the new comer most cot- acres. a Her Ion wu I .'
No. 120. 100 acres of wild land ad and decided to a bot. i
advertised for try
aln'a Pain Balm sprain, of Cardul.
island the natura
Courts. All business entrusted will dially. The almost universal testimony; on the same near
receive joining the corporate limits of the and soreness, and she asked him to buy tie. I experienced some relief the :, i
prompt attention. of our people from nearly every northern oyster beds. Price, $100. It I taking It for 11 J
Town of Fort Pierce. Adapted. to "t I bottle of It, which lie did. quick lint month kept on I
I General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate,, eastern and western state, is, after No. 89. Lot 4, Sec. 32, and lot 7, Sec growing relieved her and enabled her to sleo] three months and now I menitniite I

Miami. five to fifteen years' residence, that 1 IIs It 30, Tp. 31 S., R. 30 E., containing, according vegetables. Price, $1,000.00. which she had not done for several day with no pain and I ihall take It off and n' 'J
MIAMI, FLOIUDA.TACKSONVILLE the healthiest country in the world to Government survey, 58.Vacres ? No. 150. Lot 2Section 25Townahl/ The son was BO much pleaded with the on now until I have paned the climax. 1 \. t.
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This Is of rich hammock 37, Range 40; 21j 1 acres, lying on the ellef U'gave' his mother that he ban Iinne Female weakness, disordered 4.i
and statistics could be multiplied a piece
LABOR AGENCY Facts St. Lucle River Price, iiOO.OO.. recommended it to many other For 8ale menses falling of the womb and I 1
|I & EMPL-OYMKNT OFFICE.A. indefinitely to prove this. land on the east side of the river, one I by all druggists and medicine dealers ovarian troubles do not wear off.Theyfoilowawomantothechange. '
) of pliuand
:No. 10. 20 acres good
M. BECK. Hundredsof men fin employment li mile north of Narrows postofllce, well spruce I .j
our fisheries alone. Settlers who may adapted tor vegetables, oranges, lemons hickory land about one mile from loading HittHn Down, of life. Do not wait but take Wine J.
Shipping; Master, Fort Pierce and the same from St. Lucle "LlghtnlnK knocked the church tl'El' of Carilui. now and avoid the trou- 1
Hotel help a specialty. have had experience In this business ii bananas, etc. Price, 1000.' fails
west' side of the Florida East. down some one said to llrotbtIMckey. ble. Wine of Cardul never i
on pIp .
10 South Laura St. other States or in foreign countries, No. DO. The EIof,' the NWi of wen,,. ; to benefit a suffering woman of "
Coast Well adapted to pineapples "Yes; Satan's eye iilwaj" .
Railway
JACKSONVILLE FLOIUDA. 18 :i() E. 8) of Cardul relieved i iger.
will find ample employment. There 4, Tp. 32 S., Range containing and I Fine locution lush tire when hi* Keen. a church Btt' any Webb I I
dan.
in
oranges. the 4t
a good demand for farm, garden ant! acres 'J'hisls good pine'; land, suitablefor "And hero' a HKl of SBV pIe ifwlne up. to the change .
l Fine building site. In .q,, When you come I
E.FOST R.ATTOHNEYAT.LAW fruit laborers at good, ,lemons,grapes,guavas and another at morel I I
STEPHEN wages. oranges Sec.\ 33: Tp. 35 S., 'J< .40. Price fr>c))(). A "rot her killed a camp of life Mrs. Webb's letter will ,
The man who has skill, muscle or industry '. pineapples! anil" Is within one mile of .ng." '''Yea; Baton goes ter mf't'tln''Ionll mean more to you than it dons\ I j' \

need not fear that it will no 'oollh.'y station Price #100.Xo. special bargain at that figure. : wed de rm' er dew en sometime now. But you may now avoid the I.r ( '

Sims Building, be In demand. 01. The KX of NEB of Seo. III, No. 11. The NEIL: of lire 1(1( 'fp.l7: bouts de loudei'." "And a preachvVIM suffering! she endured. Druggists ,/ 1

JACKSONVILLE FLA. Willingness, ability and persistent)(', '1'1).32 S., R. 3D) F;., contalnlngSO acres. :S., It. 40 E., 160 acres on the :St. Lucit drowned In the river lout week." soil $t bottles,, of Wine of Cardul.!:. .. 'J
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wins the contest everywhere, and Flor Good pine land, suitable for oranges,,, River, near :Spruceblufr. Gool .sprucepine 'Oh, yea; Hntaifn In do water too." "Ho 110 : ''a''
blccge ter gr* dar ter cool I off ,
suitable for ;
Ida is no exception to the rule. Settlen I lemons, grapes, guavas, etc? within a and hammock land, Sntiin do .WIN EOF CARDUL ,
W. ALLEN, ron blame 1 everything on
GEORGE \ who bring considerable means and wish I half mile of Toledo station/ l'rice$100,. pineapples' citrus fruits and vegeta rou?" "111..'"" Uotl!" was the r'ply."Aln't _. II III: ),

ATTORNEYAT.LAW.ICKY to develop their property rapidly, car No. l 112. The EJ4! of SE>, of Sec: 27,,, bles. Price In one body, $1,000.) Would dnt what. lie' fer?" -Atluntiomttltutlon. I II

WEST, FLORIDA. always find workmen. This, on the, 'rp.:12: S., R. 30 E., containing 80 acres,, be cut to suit purchaser, and la very ? 'r,: i ,
land Gilford's' sid low at the above figures.In -- .. -- !
Will practice In the United States other hand, furnishes an opportunityfor This is good pine :I

:and State Courts. OjunOC the agricultural laborer. ing, suitable for oranges, pineapples,, this township 1 have other large The peculiar cough which Indicate.. "r !

___ By referring to maps which are sent i grapes,etc. Price, |"00. bodies of first class orange lands at prices roup, U usually well known to the f l. I I

herewith, the approximate location ol :No. 03. The Ey4 of :SW ,f of See. 85", ranging from (20:! to $10 per acre. loilmni of croupy children. No tim Seeds
1 NS. BURNLTAM, M. D. ILbon d bo lout In the treatment of It, ami the Kind '
each tract will be seen. :No tract h I '1'1'.3:1: :S., R. ;3)!) E., containing 80 acres. Description and full )particulars! withtownship fur thin purpose DO medicine ha recess" ,

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, more than two or three miles from a This land lies within a quarter of mile plat, on application. ,.d more universal, approval than Chars asst that u.nr. Leads fINA mnM.rid ,

tofllce, and most of them one-half to I of the railroad, on a pine ridge suitablefor No. 10( 010 acres In Tp. :3i: R. :30), in erlaln'a Cough Uemeily. Do not want Ara11 A 1)t 114 I Il
Ear, Nose and Th oat.VEST pOl uluahle tlm In experimenting with un. aUa M..rl A a w.alpostrIA
\ ore and a half miles. Public roads are pineapples oranges,guavas, grapes",, i body at $:; per acre; in 40-acre tracts, tried remedlnn no matter how high/ ), { Erns to. aUaDPllmntr.

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. well established along the entire river. etc., Price, 400. >7 to $10 per acre. recommend, but give this medicine o. al. parr1 ace., i

-- Out of our large bodies of cheap land No. 0&. The NX of NE(, the SWK .No. 17. 3.20 acre I In Tp. 32-31):! ; I in a Irected aud all symptom of croup will Oa1ro11, Mloh. s {

DR. IIOUGBTOVS distributed over a territory nearly IOC I of NESS and> the N% of SKt of Sec. 2, body at $:t per acre, In smaller bodies, sickly dUnppoar. For sale by all drug Iff f fw

.. miles long, we can select just j what any Tp. 3-1: S,. H, 30 E., contalnlng200 acres tame an No. 10. The two bodies' offer gist. and medicine dealers i f

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon purchaser wants! and in such quantities This land lies at Vero siding, on the a good Investment. since the said will t
Co..Plcuo.a .:.......1..
the "Dentos," and proportions as he may desire. Florida East Coast Railway, and ilgood loon go to
Our jjractlcal) experience: in such martens ,rolling pine and spruce pine land I, No. 123.:>> Lots 1 and 2, Eof\ NWJi, account In every possible way," ex
Now PALM BEACn.Foley's The and Most Cora
AT cover 14yearsthebenefit of which suitable for pineapples, oranges, guavWill Ht'o. 17, Tp. :31, R. 81)). 144 acres, one liilmed the Indignant head of the fnm Largest }I
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-- -- ----- will be freely and conscientiously! given as, grapes u etc.< DO" soul in a bod; nlle.outhof jpebastlan.' Fronting Ily; "Even the geographers wlllfullj plate Establishment South. I

Kidney Cure to prospective settlers. for $1,000; or In tracts of 40 acres fo p mile on Indian Klver. Fine frontage,. and deliberately slight her How many

makes kidneys and bladder right. Our shipping facilities are first-class. $2.:-.0 a forty. 'Will! be sold In a body at $10 per, acre. really Important town In thin country. S. IIACKER & SON,

: Crate and other material is abundantand Xo. 00. The \V4 of Sen. 13: Tp. :J3:J '4 cash, balance on time. A good loca are named In honor of a woman?
jTANTED TRUSTWORTHY GENTLK- "
1 I T man or lady In each county to managebuelne..foranoldeatabh.hed cheap. The cost of ordinary labor i S., R. 80! containing ilk< acres. Tin I! lon and a decided bargain.Full "Well, my dear, "Hid her husband.
of bin chin reflectively "there'ianesvllle f
bouse rutchlng
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solid, "nanclal Rtanding.: A itralitbt, bon ads. Is $1.00 to *1.BO/ per day. east part of the north'forty of this tract t detailed Information ('ollc..rnIng know."-ChlcuKo Truer I

wT.ilycluth"l l .. fy o' *18-00 paid by checlc. ...ch I'amphlets on the culture or oranges, contains good spruce and hickory land these and other land. that I have you
""llajr with all xpen.....direot from headMoi une.
"artera. >..r d"ancwl for..spen..... Man lemons and grapefruit also on the cul- suitable for pineapples. The remainder luted for sale given on application ,

all.r.W1: CaJttoo Bldg, Chloano. 2Jan, ture of pineapples will be went on application Is medium, pine land, suitable foi You are invited to write fully If you Hlinplo Colds ,

BANNER SALVEthe to Intending settlers and In- grapes, guavas, etc. Price, f'U') )(). ire Interested. All these properties Cease to be simple If at all prolongedhe '. ,

vestors. Vegetablegrowingisattract-I :No. \p7.) TheEy of 8 WJ of :Sec. 13", ire on the lower East Coast, ranging safest way !I. to put them wide l atthe I ft'

most healing salve In the world. ing considerable attention and many 'rp. 33 S., R. 30 E., containing 40 acres from' 220! to 234: miles south of JacknoriIlle very beginning. Mallard' More 1 1a
-- Florida
of our lands are specially adapted A spruce pine on the Indian River and < "
and bottles
Wc $1 -
of cold. Vtc; ,
the
YEARS'EXPERIENCE cause
6O thiii forty on the east side, suitable made .
into Terms
Ills purpoHe. }Cast. Coast Railway. at 11. R. Wilson & Son'lI.n. Fit "
For general purposes this land now for pineapples, the remainder li" mown on application, If parties desireo

offered for sale Is classed as Improvedand medium pine land, suitable for grape, pay' less. than all cash, and propose .. OJ.tlon. MANUFACTURERS OF

s Unimproved : guavas, etc. Price, 200. improve. Address MIi you believe that monkeys can

..rlot' 1 PROPERTY. No. 08. '1'heNtJ>/ of NAVl" of""Sec..2", MaCARTY talk like human belnga?" Doors Sash Blinds '
,
....'1/0.. IMPROVED C. T. answered Minn Cayenne, "but i
Groves.'rhtsftneproperty Tp. 33 S., R. 3!) E.. containing acres. "No.
No. 1. The Gibson Orange woods land suitable foi Irevard. County, 'Eldred, Fla. I have known human beings who could Material p'
li l.rxr. TRADE MARKS ,situated at Roweland, Medium pine hatter Uk" monkeys.Washingtontar !{( Hiding Building j

'r DQIONS and Indian Rivera grapes, guavas. etc. Price, 123.
; f1 fY &c. Fla., on the Sebastian Cfflce A Warerooms King, opposite i
COPYRIGHTS with No. I 00. Xos. 05, 00, 07 and 98 are adjoining A Rare Chance.
mn-rnrtlng' anketrh end dowriptlon mar consists> of 60 acres of land, Cannon Htreet.Charleston .(
UM'urtaii our opinion fro* whether an lands, making a tract of 2HC) -

..'M Irtty n )I. of
rtt e. Ol( *. about 00 boxes: oranges.A of land. close to ,
(fleet avenry for iMMnirlUtf patent this season' urge; table and 10 acres 7
e -
a"n taken thnraah alarm a (;0. roc.". for $1,200.No. .
.,. >" .... circular( covering the details town. Trains etc. It could
n.rlke growing
wit hoot vh. lutli descriptive
1'I
l chance to earn spending Cord and
Scientific Jlmerican.I of this Hue property will be sent 100. The SEi a of NW f of:Seo. 23: be lined for a boarding I : bouse. For par. splendid very easily working for us In their lash Weights, I

Price ii,000.00. 'Tp. 33: 8 R. :30 E., containing 40 acres lauhtrs: write the owners. mouey leiliure time the work U not hard andy l
t h.M..m"I ninnf r.t. wmiklr.of ..ri..wt drIwrni. on application. Pine land %, of a mile west of the rail- Address, "liox 101, ; who has a little Hardware,
Indian girl spare
Tibbals or
1..1011 anr "M-lenima trtarnal.T .. $3 aM' Two fine lots at IfenJernonvllle, N. C. woman
r' fnnr months, $L tluld nawWealera." No. 2. lot ha* a road and on the old military road ic time will do well to avail themselves, ofthl

& Co.3lleroadway. New York River, Fla.-Each 5-acre Is well Fort Capron suitable for orange trees,, U 'great opportunity to earn money. Window and Fancy Class rot

Branch OlHo r II2S r St.W Mbmlloo,lit;, frontage Indian River and etc. Price $200.: Clyde HteniiiKlilp Line. Send up 23 cents (silver) and we will atonce A SPECIALTY. .
guavas,
There are bearing pineapples grapes send you the cloth with full dlreo-

01.0/ LEAD FOR SALE. In any qua nth: improved.each, and fine building sites No. 101. The VfX of HE of H HJ. 23, Ticket and reservation- via the Clyde tlona, prepaid by us anywhere In the IT. -- ,

Y. at the ADVOCATB, : omce.Foley's on finest neighborhoods> Tp. 3.115.: R. 311 E.,containing HO acre. toamcblp Line can be secured of Chas.L 8..,, ao that you can commence work a'ODC. oley's Honey and Tar
the
of
This I Is one Address URILLIAXTINA CO.,
that Good pine land, a half mile went of the Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, TI.eavllle. ,

HOneyand Tar anything In the county I i. ,offered and It is for very sale rarely at this railroad and on the old military road to (Q 1 74)) Roxbury, Mass. archildrco.aafe.Mure. No opiates. I Ii

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EAST COAST ADVO ATF.. JA? UARY 2 1003. --

WM. 111. BRowN, VicepresidentC. .
President -
.4 JAMES. PBTTCHABD, ;
S. SCHUTLER Cashier W. S. BRANMINW, Asst. Cashier.


BAST COAST ADVOCATE GET OUT-OF DEBT. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

Instead of the customary resolutlons !
TO Tea D.V.L.OFMBKT .- which always make and
DBVOTED
.,W..L"ODRllAIi ... you Biliousness DE 'OSITORY.
COUNTY
.
O, 'I'll. IMDIAK'MT LAWOBTU always break on the beginning of

AKD. BIIHJATBC BATIBOTIOa.. a new year why do you not try; MaKesCHronic Authorized capital $100.COO
It Paid capital $25,oo
this time? might up
something new "'\
PUBL1BUKU EVERY FBlDAr.DOABLE be an innovation but it would be Invalids. .....Ja ( Average deposits, $100,000

H. WALTOII. Editor & pnbHuher. a sensible one says the Pensacoli When the liver is torpid the bile enters the btoctf asa ---d ,

Journal.We virulent poison; then comes that train of Liver Ills Transacts a General! Banking '
meat be made perBallr -
of advII.
to
Discontinuance refer to the proposition get .
at this office or by writing. be an 'S
out of debt. This may not 01 Business.

Cheat.to.,may he made payable to CUABLM. easy proposition to you-It depends R LLSand
B.W"'J'II.publisher. on who you arc and how you lool JIVER cJ.1
at life-but it ought to be a timely Mi Largest and Oldest Bank; on the Rive,,

l J10STON OFFICE-TUB olllce at EAUT Oar Atlantic COAIIT avenue Aovo one. This proposal, however is not Tonic Pellets are the only Treatment that gives ; Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign

ante Boiton has, which opened will an be 'In charge of Mr. Claude directed to the business man, who the liver just tile right touch and starts Nature' 'ry 1w 01 Countries.

C."Walton. __ ______ by the very nature of present bus!. work in the right manner. The Pill touches the ,', i l Patronageappreciated.; favnrconeletantwith. Prompt service polli.
for Information ness methods, is compelled to do liver the Pellets tone the system. / treatment and rvativa every banking granted.COlUtEBPONDENTS coiS
' writing to the ADVOCATE':
fff1 borrowed capital anc
of sny kind,the writer will oblwe byenelmi- business on Sample and BooHlct Fr... : i .
.. onvelopo. onsequently to be in debt. It it 1 Seaboard National Hank of New" York alit
tamiiod-nddreaiied
log a Complete Treatment '_' Hank of Jacksonville, Fla.
intended for the man who works on national
Address all oommunloatloni toEAS'r a salary and knows exactly whalis *err *5 days ** cw- ,"wRe VxLLE FL..A.
'J:1TU
COAST ADVOCATHf.TITUSVILLB. < income is month. Haw Tara sad Oaa .
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FLORIDA17. } every -- -- --
With the one exception that of ---
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=---- sickness in his family there i* nc SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

8. Department of Agriculture res son why any man on a salary. TIlE ,

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fin. vorking steadily and drawing his

should be in debt Sold by n. It. WILSON & SON. TITIT3VII.IVK. Lime Cement
Brick
The following is a comparative for statement the pay regularly how much hit .. -.- -.--- .-.. .. .. -.-- .. .-- -----.-- .-- .-.----- Wood, Coal, Coke, ,
of temperature and rainfall lIe knows exactly ----- ---
week ending Tuesday Dec 30, 1002. Income is, and he ought to be ableo MAGNOLIA SPRINGS *
-1902MAX. -1901- limit his to a figure
MAX. MIN. expenses and Sidewalk Brick...
DAT:. MIN Income. If he does not Vitrified Paring
{ within that
57 FLA. ,
24 71 bO f) j\(\ MAONOf.IA SPRINGS
25 08 50 76 03 I (lo io, he la cheating someone. lie Magnolia Springs Hotel (St. Johns Kiver.:) Florida. Telephone No. :261
Jacksonville
8(1( (14 45: 78 03 isn't; spend five or ten, or twenty >fflces foot of ITogan Street,
39 7S' (00) of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam-
south
he
27 67 dollars a month more than re- 'r8 miles J. K. MUNNERLYN General :Manager.
Electric Lights.
!) Elevator.
lI8 40 7(1)(\ In all rooms. Steam heat.
*8 ers. Open fireplaces
without beating someone out _.
Golf
elves
(fir ; Well-kept course.
20{ 74 01 SO Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes.
30 75: 70 71 65 of that amount. Probably you Tennis, Fishing Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $.t.00() per day. -
Total rainfall for the week: 0.00) lever looked at it that way but ItIs Special! weekly rates. O. D. SEAVEY Owner and.Manager.
Departure from normal rainfall for the a fact. MeMurray & Baker

from week:normal minus rainfall O.lii Inches.since January Departure 1, There is another class of people SEAIiltKKZU ,

minus 13.10 Indies. ho, while they do not spend more
I HAL. P. HAHDIN Observer. than they make are always a month 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

.. -- -- -.- behind and consequently in debt
Inn
The Clarendon SEABREEZE FLA. -Makers and Jobbers of-
rom one year's end to the other.
IP you are looking for bargains. ,
read the Hut of lands for sale on These people cheat no one but Material
to Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon
our 3rd page. Now is your timeto hemselves. By always having OPEN THROUGHOUT TilE YEAR. ,
credit they higher pries
huy on pay
get lands and orange groves on for everything they get than if Facing the Soa. Entirely remodeled refurnished and under new manage Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

the East Coast at a bargain. hey bought for cash. They never ment. Best Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the season.
and Painting, &c. &c.
Repairing
First-Class
THE long looked-for cold l snap have any money to spend because Clarendon Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the Claren .

p arrived here lat Friday and Satur- when their salaries are received don Inn, Seabreeze! Florida. E. .L. TOTTER Prop.C. -- -

day. After BO much warm weather bey must be immediately paid out II. KNAPPE, Mgr. Material.
to settle the accounts of the past Lumber and Building
appreciated the change to .. .. .. ._ .. .
many weather. The weather lonth, and the only thing to do Isto -..- -. .. _-..- ---- "'-- - -- --- -------
such bracing commence going Into debt again.So 3 E7aea 3aaa t3a + 3i mican' E1 ',i T aiE3al $
is again delightful. In the building line from the brick foundation to
it runs from one month to the r We keep everything required

editor returns then, year after year always a Plaza Hotel. the ridge cup including
TIlE ADVOCATE DOORS AND BLINDS PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
SASH
his friends for the I lonth behind, and never with that .
to
thanks nice useful and many ornamental presents Independent feeling which a man I JJ3 SPECIALTIES: Masurya' Paints and Tarnishes Neponsett & Paroid Roofing

received on Christmas and Iways experiences when he oweso INDIAN RIVER. n.oolJLloc3.JSO: : : :I'1iL.L I Paper. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

:New Year. They have been on man a cent and has money Inhis I
"TIIE GREAT ORANGE GROVE
II pocket.It
this week.
view in this office
ought to be)just as easy to bea RESORT OF FLORIDA." &; O'Hara
month ahead all the time as to ai] Hodges ,
IN another column we publish a A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of the famous Indian
communication from Mr. John ways be a month behind. Try i It. River In the midst of an 80-acre bearing orange grove. Steam heat in ...Manufacturers and Dealersfln...
In which he offer! to give young man. Resolve to get out of every room suites with bath; filtered rainwaterlocation conceded by
Henry$20 to the Good Road Assoclntioi debt and' stay out. Your money everyone the best In Rockledge; East Coast Liberal Railway management depot In and the rates.hotel Raga CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
the
district In will go further you will feel more grounds. Oranges free to guests. DreaaedOrange
of each Commissioner's Accommodations for 200. I and Crates Mouldings Shingles, etc.
like and the world in Rox Heads.Fruit Vegetable;
a man, general
realize PECK, Manager. I
Mr. S. II.
Brevard county. Henry Mills\ and olllce located at Buffalo Bluff. Fin. Write us for prices deliveredto
the benefits to be derived fron will treat 'ou'better. Try it. Bummer Koinrt-Tha New Arlington Hotel, Petoakey Mich. Leading reorlot any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'JIar Buffalo Bluff Fla.
i'a the Great Lake. U|>en June tu October.
toward, '
good roads, and will donate
IN BED FOUR WEEKS WITII LJUKIPPE
securing them at once. ..eP 3 C3a ac .3
.-We liiive received the followIng 7a g The Oldest Established Grain and Seed' House In the State.
letter from Mr. Rey Kemp of Angola ...- -- .
TilE fact that a large-number of Ind. : "I was In bed four weeks with 1 la MI3UUITT, Merrltts Island.
the merchant princes of to-daj grippe and I tried many remedies and
spent rons.derable: for treatment will; 7'x: :_ A. Sours: &: Oo.
I Is
started business in a small way WINTER RESORT.
FAMILY
but 1 received no relief uotl
physicians 'VIG'V A 1\1
'fIIE
an incentive to all other Florida) I tried Koley'a Honey and Tar. Two On Indian Rive) Merrltt, Fla.
1 merchants who have the true spirl small bottles of this medicine cured me Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor Halliard, Pool and GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
of success to do likewise. If you and I now. use It exclusively: In my tam- Ping Pong tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 850 feet of docks
lly." Take no substitute. Sold by 13R. Cabin catboat for cruising hooting and fishing dnest on the Coast. Write and
sell want to Fertilizers
have anything to or buy Flour Grits Meal and
Wilson A: Bon, Tltunvllle.Georgiana.. our boat will meet you at Cocoa free. Oyster Roasts a specialty. ,
lease let or exchange any kind of Mrs. E, J. BLAIR Proprietor.
MIIM1aS 112 Eaat Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
article, you cannot do better thai .- el-1
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to place your ad. In the ADVOCATE -- ------ Agts. for urine Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

c FRUIT and VEGETABLE GROWERSShip .

WK often hear of stringe easel Mrs. Ida Nelson of Miami Is spendlni
in courts of justice. Here is one the holidays" with her patents, Mr. and

An Indiana murderer's wife has Mrs O. N. Pago. us your Fruit and Vegetables. Highest Price. Paid. Quotations sent P. Ruhlmaxi <& Co.

brought suit for $10,000 damages Misses lalnltn and Mapes left here. weekly. Our Stencil free to all who write for it.

+ I against the estate of the man whom relatives Monday at to Miami.spend the winter with their We handle Fresh Fish and Game on Commission. We are the largest dealers 261 Washington; 8t ) NEW YORK

.. her husband murdered. It appears In the South. 03 Murray Street. J N. Y.
that the man who was killed sold Miss Stevenson of Orange N. J., ar
rived two weeks ago to spend the winter VALDOSTA GA
GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. -
SOUTH
who killed him.
liquor to the man ,. with her sister Mra. Llniltiberry.Hosmer .
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the . --- HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY .
to law, and therefore -- -- ------------
contrary J, Allen of Palm' Beach III''
'I.'i. woman wants to be compensated his daughter! Mills Diable, at I
vloltlng Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company FloriclAr: c:>ran.ges.a.n.
for the loss of support which she Grandpa and Grandma Hisoook's. ,

has sustained through the convio Miss Mary\ Halnlln and niece, Mills Etta United States Fast Mall Routes For- I. craperru.i.; :
tlon of her husband. This Is rathera Mapes\ spent ploaaant day Friday, KFY WEST CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES. VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI FLA. l
novel and interesting lawsuit. with Mrs. Hughes and Miss Burch delKreii I'roposei. l Mlllng In effect...shown below. Subject to change and postponement without notice We represent several of the largest shippers In your State:! and wish to represent
Gould of Orange N. J., formerlya MIAMI-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE.-Commencing October 2\1.\ 1903.\ -LEAVDiO MIAMI.
unknown the resident of thin place ca-oe last I'rlday \Veilnemlnj, .Biitnrduys.liMpm: LT. Miami Ar. 8:00: .. 10.. .....Saturdays.Tuesdays.ThniKluyi. : you, also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 3D years.
FOK some reason HumUya..... ....miopm: : Ar Key nest L. 1:00: pin.... .Friday, Mondays.
House Committee at Washington for a two weeks' visit with his friends Thursdays' ,Sunda>.......... 6:30 pm Lr Key Vmt Ar 6:30 p m..... ....Friday, MoudayaFrhiaysMonuays.
Ur. and Mr. WlUfeld. ,... .... swam Ar HAvana Lr 10:00: a m..FridsysMonday.,
I). C. Military Affaire has Ignored ESTABLISHED
on PORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA. LINE.<"olUmenclngOce.SO, lOO\1.-Leavlnl\ ( PORT TAMPA : 1870.
Secretary Uoot's recommendation J. Brady Dower and son, Hervey, ar. sun ,TIIII..,Thiir. ... ...11OOpro LT Port Tampa Ar V.TOpm: .......... Wad.,Frl.-;Him
that the reorganization rived on Christmas Eve., from St. AURuitlne ; l\Ion. Wed.,1"rl." ... .......... R:'111 lpm Ar Key Wait LvlO:3Opm.... ... .Tuea.,Thnr-' Sat.
7 Army to spend the holidays with the M..n. w..1'. .rl........ ... T:salt: p 10 LT Key Went Ar 8SO: p m.... ...,..Tuea., Thur.,Sat.
bill go into effect on August home folks.Messrs. Tfuea.,Tbun.,&.t. .. ........ 5x>am Ar Havana Lv 12: situ M. .. .. ....Tu....,Thur.,Sat. M. Lane & Son
MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.-Commencing January 1.1003.
10th next and has reported the
j Carter and Gould were In ,
up : Lv Miami Ar BrOOam: .... ..Thursday,Bandar.Tueaday .
M..nday.ThIl..la'.I1OOp
t bill in such shape that if passed it the Thousand Islands' duck shooting Friday..... ...... SKMpni: Ar 'I..au' Lv 10:00: a 10.......,V.dll..daT.turda).
would legislate General Miles out Friday ami Saturday They hail good Commencing February 2,19x9.Tuoue.ThurSst..8J0e 230 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
luocess. The ducks are there by the Lv Miami Ar .
of office. It is not believed however : m :
L thousands ..., .,. : in Ar Na...au Lv 8 Wpm..Tuueee.lIttur.Sun... ..
;, that the Senate will permit Commencing March 30, 1003. Southern

such injustice and the friends of of Life 1\1..11.,"'e.I..rrl.... ......... 2:00p: In Lv Miami Ar 6UMs: m...... ......Wed..Fri.,Sun. Fruit and ProduceCommission
? 'I, the General are looking to the Sen. The Secret Long Tue.>.,Thor But........... 8.30 a m Ar Naxaau Lv :il.-OOpni............Tu.*.,Thur.: ,Sat.
Consists in keeping all the main organsof Above hour bawd on oth Meridian Standard Time, ... for Sail...",la local,orNa..au
t ate to amend the bill by adding the the body In healthy regular action, time. For rates and other Information apply to any Railroad Ticket Agent or so
clause recommended by Mr. Hoot. sad In quickly destroying deadly disease CHAS. L. MYERS. Manager Jacksonville,Fla : : : Mercharsto.: ::

Klectrlo Bitter regulate stomach,
germs

II t MR. Marconi has at last succeed. give liver and a splendid kidneys appetite.purify the They blood work and IF YOU WANT 'A... FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

ed in sending messages across the wonders curing klduey troubles, female '
,\ ocean from Canada to England by complaints, nervous diseases, constipation Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
'wireless telegraph. It now looks dyspepsia and malaria. Vigorous :
the cable health and strength always follow .Building Lot ---- -
if the of
as days were
their use. Only :5Oc. guaranteed by B. R. .. ,
i L' numbered and the small shareholderswill Wilson Son, druggists. Mason JML Clark
receive dividends.
pretty or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY: ,
:Now is your time to take some stockin Dade County Land Tor Sale.
the Walton Patent Self-Locking LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

Hock Company one of the best For sale cheap, the northeast quarterof PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,' Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.

paying concerns on the market. southeast quarter of section 3, township We probably have for sale Just what' you are seeking.
You had better come in at the start 38, south of range 41 east; close to
O.t K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Settlers are) flocking In but still there Is room. If yon are SPECIALTIES :
before the advance in the price of St Lucie River;40 acres
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stock There is a little more stock Also the northeast quarter of northeast looking this way drop a line to Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
for sale, which may be obtained quarter of section 13, township 38.
from the American Promoting and south of range 41 east; on south fork of8t JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice.Pre.Ident,
Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
21 Doane
I Trustee Company street CIIAS. H. WALTOX, FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y

Boston, Mae, at $23 per share TItusvllIe, n.. ST. AUGUSTINE: ,. FLA. 110Marray Street and 168 West Street, NEW YORK.









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:; COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2, 1903.

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i GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX. I'I't t

West Palm Beach. Stuart.

THE OLD RELIABLE 1VI :R. JE3RC: ::>S..

to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Judson E. C. Muller made a business trip'I

,urn jj4tb, A ,on. Congratulations are Jupiter Saturday, returning Monday. WHOLESALE GROCERS i

endud.be ROY4or.tir A. I.. Lane made a business trip to

cold wave reached West Palm ribbals Saturday, returning via launch

:tcu last Saturday, making demand.fo all. sorts of Miss Ida Baker, of Fort Pierce, I Is Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
in active ,
.tin); stoves p y spending the holidays with her parent

the genial editor and all within the here.

'lid of the .ADVOO .TS'S domain: A Henry Wilson! of the Wilson Cypress Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ppy and Prosperous New Year. Co., of Palatka, with his family, spoil

illss Bradley, of Worcester, Mass., a leveral days here the past week LOOK TO YOUR EYES.: WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

of Mrs. N. 1 S.: Burnham arrived one Thos. Hogarth Is having good sp'rt oil ,
ter If suffering from defects weak
to be a member the Doctor'aroily these catching sueepheail with rod any eye
days
20th
LNG
r for, the winter. P0 and reel, neat the railroad bridge. sight Institute.call at my now Special well-appointed, complete tonne optical PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. ; i

{The "boys" from Stetson Ijnlversltyht :Mrs. Carrie Stephenson and son Ottoleturned grinding out fit In connection. Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season

in number, are home for the boll home Monday evening from DK. E. H. ARMSTRONG L.-We solicit! consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.

and are in for all the social func the Christmas visit in the upper part of 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla.
ys,
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ns of the Christmas tide. the State. -- -- -

preparations' were made byo ; J. F. Cramer clime In Monday with a

Elaborate of the Lake Worth hand wagon load of beans. Mr. Cramer live Rockledge. I '
managers POWIER Melbourne. !
r the masquerade ball in the Gruber DUU lit the tUts; twenty 11 vo miles we Good Health
of this
house on :New Tear's Eve. place.
Inera Absolutely Pure Mrs W. G. Paterson, of Cocoa, w u
Dentos Is safely anchor W. J. George returned, homo Monda .
be house-boat flOOD!: A OnOOE.-Rflal Estate and Loan. calling on friends in Kocklodge, 'l'uell.lay.MIIlII If I
her old moorings, the Iloilam SUBSTITUTE livening, and as we predicted a few week Agent for .Ulna, London and Liverpool and auj pure blood are inseparable.
at IS NO (
I awaiting the return of the genial THERE ago he did not return alone, as ,he ha I ubo,1'nividenee WiMblngtim, and Sun FireInsnrivnne. Annie C. Singleton left, last week, your blood bad your health must suf
lock, Aperlnl attention paid to theInterests Havana Cuba where she has ao. the body to lose
and Mrs. Houg ton. It Is a cuisejt a charming bride with him. for fer. Poor blood allows
octor af nonresidents.
4.-1. -- -- copted a position. vitality just 01 a poor fire under the
aeierrou.Mrs. Chas. Woodward knows good thin
a
hope UK T A. I' It E I'llVBirlAN: AM fltmoKON.U of Oberlin 0. boiler allows the steam to run down.
S. C. Clow and daughter, ills Eden.Mr. when he sees it, and has therefore, de. lil nro, M..lh"u.n. Kim Hall I.., luemlaynd Miss Mlllo Humphries, From blood to Impure blood is but 1;
have returned from their Cuban Bided that his rending. : room Is not complete Friday afternoons.Subscriptions! Is again In Rockledge, with her .llItor( poor and impure blood Is mother to a
A ell, a step,
with the tropical scenes, without the pink paper. Mrs II. J. Kossttor. Ills Dr.
bin, charmed rr for the ADVOCATK, large percentage of human
ind the "dolee for nlente" life of the be and Mrs. S. F. Webb spent Christmas II. iv. Bessey's freight launch, th I the pink paper of the East Coast will be A new walk Is being laid in front of Barter Iron Tonic is an antidote for

>itching.penorltas. with relatives at Stuart. Admiral, Capt. Frank Fravler, Is kep received at the Melbourne PostofQce. the old school house property on HllI'ton both poor and impure blood, for it is
; with their friends busy these days hauling freight to th avenue--a much needed Improvement. both a builder and purifier- a food
and Mrs.Yates Miss Carrie Moore returned home on I
lore Gov.visitors to Palm Beach and Won Tuesday, after an absence of six months. I pineapple and vegetable farms. S. F. Glblm was borne to spend the It Is expected there will be servicesthe at : and a medicine.of the kind It Is known the best to medical combination i iJUIT 1

Palm Beach on Christmas day, in their During the recent cold wave the thermometer holidays chapel on noxt Sunday morning by for nearly half

private car, en route to their home in oame Mrs.down S'lmuelVllmllD.Monday: evening, of Fort to spend Pierce a, went down to 38 Friday and Frank Pee came home from Fort Pierce the new pastor, Itev. Ormond, of Tubs I a science century, and has its led success to its endorsement by -,

[.prlngfleld, Illinois. few days with relatives. Saturday:! nights. There was no damag to spend Xmas Ohio. thousands of medical men who ,have ,

Leila Smith, the popular!! school i done to the most tender vegetation.II. Chas. Horton, of Fort Pierce, was In Judge Newchaffor, of New York City, been unable to find a substitute.

ioacuer Miss formerly of West palm Beach I Mr, and Mrs. LeTourneau entertained C. Hooks and family have moved town last week, calling on friends.S. and a prominent winter guest of the New I

Iligh School, but now of Miami is a Mrs. W F. Richards and family and here from Cocoa. Mr. Hooks baa accepted T. Mtddleton and family enjoyed a Itockledgo: hotel, came on the aftornoi
Christmas
uest at The Palms during the Christina Master\ Klrke Lamareunx, on a position with O. K. Wood. W visit to Melbourne Beach, last week. train last Monday.

acatlon. Her host of friends are happyo day.Jack welcome this interesting family into ou The street sprinkler was out In all I Its Dr. Harter'sIron 1 ':
have her in our midst. Frost was here last Friday night, midst. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ttaaujoan are forcefulnes on Tuesday, but 'l'uolI.lay "
|( but did no damage: anywhere. lu low I spending a few days at Melbourne\ Beach. took the
nature
and Mrs. Chas. Cluett, who, with still traces of his Chas. Woodward's catboat, Don, am night and Wednesday up t' .Il
I Mrs daughter, have been guests at the' places there are slight Stanley Kltchiug's sloop, the :23: sallei Capt. A. J. GafMle came up from Hobe dust laying scheme and gave the sprin !

lolland heir for the last month, left, on Sun. I presence entertained lastSaturday over the race course, Monday afternoon,. Sound to spend Christmas with his home ler a short respite from business. Tonic

flay their winter home on the East!: Mr. and Mrs. Robinson The Don won by three and oiie-half mln folks. The Misses Margaret A. Smith an.l
for In honor of Mrs. F. O. ,
tide, much to the regret of the nuruori .' and evening Mr. T. J. Hemphill. Cardwere utes. The 2,1: : only used her main sail It Admiral Gulls\ has lately bought Miss Louisa SchatTer, Plttshurg, 1'stopplnj; :( .
have mode during: their Williams this; race. E. J. Lee's house and lot at Melbourne I hotel went out .
us friends they the order of the evening at the New Kocklodge ..lIIlnRure you mrnlnut the man,..."11,, r.ultlnir. I
Itay on the West side. Fishing is very fair now. The fishermen -. Beach. troll fishing on Monday morning on tbe from Impure blood' Surofultt pimples, blt>ulitH, !
has presented to Messrs George and Nathan Saunders have been catching a good man, Allen Campbell, of Homeland spent river and secured twenty trout In asho kidney. dlHonlara, rheumatism; gout, uyBpepvtu. ., t I ., "
M. Flagler female weuknnm, nnuimlik uhloroNlN. etu. are itfnwof ..j I
Mr. Henry brought their cousins, the Misses Will boat in 2 \\lOl at Hotel Bolloview with his time the largest weighing nearly fho ,
I Reading Room a check for $25, ; jlieephcad, one bringing Xmas thorn; but the greatesssevils, the ifreivlcat I
he Free suitable book man, down iu their launch from Fort pounds. The Admiral Dewey and Genoral ,. mother and brother. pounds. danger, U the general wttaUimlnir. of the halo ,, "I
Eo be used for placing a with their which affords an opeulDK fur evuryplUiHlnir
Christmas day system
I-ase for the rapidly accummulatlngboossfrhe Pierce to spend John Miller.\ Grant landed 71 pounds of pumpam Mr. and :Mrs. Grosebock, of Tltusvtlle, Wm. M. Merwln, of Milford, Conr' dlNUUMA.Tho .

Heading Room Is in line condition aunt, Mrs. Sunday night Pa., are again In their little cottage on who comes each winter to bin buautlt followlnu N only one of the thousands :

for the entertainment of our winter Thomas J. Hemphill,' after spending Geo. Gosling, owner of the property 01 the bluff for the winter. place la Kocklodge, arrived Monday aft testimonials. wa have rocelvediDittrole! s

quests, who are ever welcome. several weeks here very pleasantly will the north side of the river known a and little ternoon. Mr. Merwin went away frQm \Mloh., Jan. 10, 1001. }
last Monday for big Mr.\ ond Mrs.\ E. R. Hectares invalid last spring and oomes .. Itarter's Iron Tiinlo
forma his relatives, left [ioalingville, was here several days till here an t onmmf'noettlHlnll L> I '
were sent out for the of Larchmont, N. Y., arrived at ntutuk of rlinuiuutlHin. ,
Invitations leaving his little son ton and feeIng when prostrate" from it nnvere
home in Pennsylvania, his MiLtosliug \ back looking years younger 1
Club last Monday week, looking over property. will three Ixntlnn all trace of
using
of the Utopia with her Hotel Carleton, Sunday, and occupy After ,
opening the winter be has for \ Jay..WUI
their friends daughter to spend expuots to make some importau better than years. this dieessnworn uompletelynrudloutnd! frum my "a .
and lady Front street.
Members the Wells! cottage on .
'venlng. grandparent improvements the near futuI'e.Tbe receive, and my irmumU health wan rcntorotl.A ''It
has bean j
Mere invited. The nature of the enter- The sad Intelligence Ik blood purlttar Dr. llaruir'. Irou Tonlo
jtainment was In the form of a reception. Mrs. F, Williams left on Wednesday s d news has J let been receiver Mis Gladys Wells and the Messrs. that Mr. W., II. Bradley, of New Yoil, him. no equal and I mnttt sincerely reiHimninndU t
Mrs. E N. Dimick home In Jacksonville, after a visit Stand ford and Prescott Wells are here who has been 111, has sucoumed l I t.. to all persons nuttorlnir from Indlitnxtlou, I Itntlgue
frhe patronesses were for her that Mr. U. liars tlleu at Cuxhaven, 01 very and the weiikcnedcondition M
weeks rhmmmilHtn many
North their two t
Mr. and from the to spend and left his ..sorrowlr .
Mrs. A. P. Anthony Mrs. M. E. Gruber, of a week with her parents, Lhe River Elbe, near Hamburg. The de much.A. the Great Reaper *of lue system produced bY UniHiverluhaU
Mrs.( X. S. Burnham and Mrs. J. D. C. Mrs.O. A. Robinson. Miss Florence" also eased lived on the St. Luoie river foiO r vacation, and are enjoying It very friends. He, with his family, expects .' blood" Murnnrtto" r. VaiijtttU.No. t'I,

[Morris.Snndav. came home, from, college, and the years, and everybody was his friend B. Taylor, wile and daughter, of to occupy the cottage just north of the: MO Secouti AVe. .I

eveninff' special services were family reunion has been very pleasant. lie sold out his plantation here to Mr. Saugatuck, Mich., are expected hero Plaza hotel this winter It is not yet

held for u..the Maaonio fraternity by Ret Master Edward II. LeTourneau bas 11. Richards, and was returning to Our. shortly.! : Mr.: Taylor will bring parties learned If the family will come on or not. I Every': bottli of Dr. Hi\r J ), .,

r, Paine. The church was elaborately!; been enjoying a vacation from Stetson: many, his native land, to spend the remalaing with him to build a new house on illS' :; ter's Iron Tonla has our 1 ; .t I
under the watchful eye of Mr The only thing be years of his life, and contracted lot on New Haven avenue. gu. 0<1> "Crescent" tradn-nmrk on I '
(decorated University.DeLand. for last (Issue. the Inbfll. DonSa.vepta, 1 1J '
late ] .or
jAndrew Nilson, head gardner at Flgulus, complains of here Is the quiet. We wil a severe cold during the voyage, whlcl [Too Substitute" lnnlsl on Dr. llaruir's.Af.iiif . ,

the Bingham home. The subject for try to arrange to have fifteen or twent; resulted in his death. The many, friends of G. H. Ilausai, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. nlakesloe, of New ,. ,"ly" .

contemplation was Free Masonry, with a boys for company for him wben he come From the present outlook we will be Engineer, L. E. & W. R. R at present' Haven, Conn., have arrived for theme THE oil HARTCR MEDICINE COMPANY /.1.1

musical program appropriately arranged home again. the front ranks of the .toman) living In Lima, 0., will be pleased I to son. DAYTON, OHIO
among "
for the occasion Curtis entertained at the Nether growers this winter. We have the lam know of liia recovery from threaten Mr.\ and Mm. J. F. Simmons, of Detroit ftad M.li.utiiw n ii!M writ of Dr.know H..t.* .br.'. Wild H...Ch... .MwliclnM.." flit..... ? t
Mrs. tllll.I\lIe. He writes "I was cured 1
kidney ,
A -there Is none better on the East Coaat are receiving hearty congratuli IV=RTWHtKg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. TOR BALK>
by Christmas day, will be planted: by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I friends. .... -
The following acreage tlons from
consumption Is Mis many
en O. Williams -
of V.
Mrs.
The prevention Robinson, Munch JPuubloid recommended to all, especially trninm fri.,
of commencing tht Robinson Miss Hemphill, Mr JJupont & Mlddleton,1 s acres; D. )'. Merwln( of Edoi,
tirely a question Florence 1 E. Wiiliney, 10 who are usually similarly afflicted. Mold Mr. and Mrs. Eau Gallie.Who I' .
(proper treatment In time. Nothing is scI T. J. Hemphill, Mr. Coss, Master Harry; 10 acres;13 acres Ireland JBuasey by B !t. Wilson A !Son: TltusvlHe. have been visiting their grandparent, g' ,'
fatal lung It was i avery acres; John Taylor, ; L
off
well adapted to ward Coss, and Mr. and Mrs. Lytle. Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. Merwln. I
5 I
I troubles as Foley's Honey and Tar. /bold jolly party, Mrs. Curtis, as a hostess 15 acres; J, C. Hancock, acres; killed the buzzard for a wild tUI''j
Withuin & .Mcflieraon lU acres; Dye Hotels Plaza and New Itockludgo are''
I by B. K. Wilson & Son. has few rivals Fort Pierce. key VMlts) ,
1
BIOS., 15 I; acres, ; Kitchlcg & Smith I\\I entertaining quite few guests Hotel t
Jas. Williamson, of Mlcco\ was lndee< acres; U. F. biintli, 0 arras,; Ruben Curl Indian River will upon on the 5th Inst. Newell spent the holiday at II r
but !if he had been as smart, The recent cold wave did Jeorglana. i t. I
luck, U
in hard ton acres. I
The Sunday school had their Averse wife and sister, MnUaplev ,
Hobe Sound. as some Jerseymen we know, he would not hurt the steel beds at all. Baptist A A. I.. domicile Col. Perry has gone on a shooting trip j f \
distribution of cards last Sunday of Madison WIs., are
of bean ,:
those two quarts the Banana river
have planted of the large gathering; was present to hear the In their comfortable home In Bout ip[ I t f \'
some 1/1
We "won't do a thing" to Cocoanut long ago, and beans been are getting bringing/ now. lIe White City. recitations and songs by the little one, itockludgo. Mr. and Mr. G. F. Paddlson spent 1;
good prices P
; In Tttusvllle.II. .
which exceedingly good Christmas;
Cabin when the Aliens come down at made good use of the money be did get were Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark, of Conntu. '

the expiration of this month. and family Archdeacon B. F Brown held service lout, are nicely domiciled at their hand I J. Share hAft rented the annex to r. er:\
'
Gifts love feasting; In Rev. K. W. Weatherwa In Mr.: Jennings Ira Lamont was home from tJensen\ 01Chilslmas in St. Andiews, church Sunday: evening/ tome Indian River home, and are enjo;). ,lie Grenada f/r( the winter. 'J'' r
were exchanged, to F>rt Pierce ,
went
dulged in, and all hearts made happj; lannch to attend the Christmas tree exerclses day, to a large congregation.; Moore The choir of Nort WIIS ng the delightful weather. The cold 1 wave passed without doing I \\,1, \

merry. Thusendeth the yuletlde. at the Methodist church. MrWeatherwnx John Jensen is home to spend a weel ably Carolina assisted who by has Miss a well trained, sopran Mr. and Mrs. Wm M. Merwln anti my damage In this district

The employees of Mr. T. A. Snider arc said in all his experience wel IK or so, from tot. Augustine.Born yolc Pisa Olllett, of Milford, Conn., are her. New arrivals every day at the Indian : ; '
for never saw children as a whole do so to Mr. and Mrs. James Flndluy, gain, much to the pleasure of their nunercius Inn and the Grenada hotel. ,
grateful to that gentleman a generousand recitations.! There was not i a Mr. and'Mrs.. J. S. Bell received word friends. Mrs. Hammond U with! liver of i t
delicious dinner on Christmas.True In all the failure. All did remarkably well. on Tuesday, Deo. Yard: a son. that their son, Charles Bell was married hem. Commodore Gill!., of Melbourne Beach j' !

to promise, you shall learn of the single Miss\ Ada Comstook, of Malabar, Is ben on Xmas day to Miss Kate Twyman, of was In Eau Gallte on Sunday last. 1 t
entertainments-at least a few-which Some of our citizens took Chrlstmai visiting her friend, Miss Lizzie Bunsen. Fitzgerald I, Ga. The many friends of Miss Poroher, sister of E. Porcher, of
future. dinner at the AI Fresco hotel Jensen "Ivtrles! In town and along tho Eon ?'oooa, recently died at her home aourtenay. (leo. W. Hopkins baa rented the resl
are on the tapla, for the near for which Mr. Park had Issued beautiful F. G, McMnllen, of Eden, was out here Coast wish them a long life of happlnes ? Miss 1'oroher was post cove of O. (I. Glenson for the winter. I'

Mrs. A. Li Shuler and Miss Carey were Invitations' In which the menu was verj; looking after his grove, Monday and and prosperity. mistress at Courtenay for a number of Three or four gentlemen from Clean I .

the recipients of Xmas tokens, suggestive attractively! set forth. They all speak lithe Tuesday.Mr ,ears, and was a lady of high oulturimd N. Y., are staying at the home of E. '
of "warmth." Stuffed red peppers,, highest praise of the dinner, wblcl and Mrs. Carlaon, from the Indian Wedding hells have been jingling quite educational attainments, and will be "
filled and served very nicely and Mm. Luren lively this. Xmas-three weddings/ In one tho community. tplller.Hotlgson. i J
with the missed
much r
"long green was perfection, the name mea; River[ weie gueau/ ot Air. week. The happy couples being Mr. V. Bros., has'' several boats for r

An affair beyond the ordinary, will be Several were heard 3 to In say New York city. last !Sunday.: i C. Strange, and Miss Maggie CrogrnrMr. The patrons of the Hock ledge postol ale suitable for camping parties or :, '
the coming "house warming" at the would have cost :* Mis. John Olesen, of Jacksonville, I Is Poole l and Miss Luella Sellars:! anti< Ice have been entertained this week, irulslng. 1

home of Mr and Mrs T. A.Snider. when I pending the holidays with her parents, Mr. Strickland and Miss Susie White earning the combinations of the loci The turpentine still, which I Is situated N ,1 1 1l ,

the season Is at Its height. Tibbals. Mr. and Mrs* J. I'. Chilstvnsen of this We wish them all a long life of happlne.aand >oxe, of the new pontoftlce/ cabinet JUllt north of the railway station I* well I l '
Wilson has put In his I{,
place. prosperity.CHILDREN. vblcli' Postmaster I
watch intjer i
Thomas Lewis boasts a new gold way.
lie will have a.
Our school teacher, Miss Harris, left,. new posiofllce, building.
and chain, the gift of his "boss, C. B. / there is alonihe Jno. E. M. Hodgson and his daughter
are still being shipped almost Saturday, for Orlando, where she will POIt''lOSEJ- lany children teat a little postolHce an 1
Jefferson, while the "kids" were over Pineapples spend a week, and then go on to her and made nervous aod Indian River, when fully completed. lies Menftle, took a run to Cocoa on n I ,
joyed with the tree furnished them by dally are poisoned a
Mrs. Jefferson. J. T. Waters, ocDec. luiuu in, Osteeu. It Is hoped she will return weak If not killed outright, by motherriving .. The social event of this season was 01ifondar Lundy 1a.r. ;I
and Mrs. \ ;,
Born, to Mr. of our school next N. 8. Johnson and John Johnson, of \
girl. to take charge them cough syrups containing opt & evening, the 42nd: : of I>eo., by,;
The announcement that a small party 23rJ: a bouncing, blue-eyed Chicago have on a camping trip up t P'r : <
season. ites. Foley's Honey and Tar 1* a safe itr*. Horlne, In honor of her daughtei, gone r
(which our Fannie Rice dubs a "Dutch Mrs. James Hudson has retured from Our farmers were quite uneasy Saturday md certain remedy for coughscroup MIllS Louise Horlne. The weather wa the Banana river, '

blow out") will "warm" Camp Comfort,, \ visit to her niece, Mrs. J. W. Ives, ol night, some spending nearly half the lung trouble, and I* the only promlnen lellghtful, and the merry season, refresh E. W Btlckney I Is recovering from the F'i I t 1
Is reassuring, for It portends fun In goodly Ojus. night In covering their crops with hay, sough medicine that contain no opiate lents and happy spirits of the youn) ffect of the stroke received while out } ,

measure-beer too. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd prominent real Although we had some frost It did nol >r other poison Hold by B. R. Wilson' eople all contributed to make It a inns on a hunting trip. "" (

There are dinners, lunches, musicales,, tents of Zanesvllle\ 0., have been enjoying Jo much harm, some fields Dot being Injured ft Son, njoysble: event. The room. were taste New Tear's day wa observed In EAU .
theatricals and anniversaries on the pro- a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. II.larris. .' at all, and only those that hud a sly decorated with palms and mistletoe lallle by a series of dinners and excur- f fslons

gram. All of which will be absolutely [ I II I ender growth suffered to any extent. St. Lucie. the latter contributing not a little to the beach. t': I'' ..
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Informal. Nothing artificial or superficial will soon complete Miss Jennie Gustafson gave a very en- to the lively Interests of the ooca.lon.Those The Canaveral mall U being carried by t

on the Island at lobe Hound. Harry Jennings six acre of young pines at I oyable party at her home, In honor of present were : Misses Louise Clementln Horne luacb, pending the repairing of the ( ', :
shed over Helen and
Happy aud Glad New Year to you, to the East Lynn plantation, recently purchaaIby Miss Harris, last Friday evening, nearly T. P. Chase ha returned from another. Itngleton, Ann, Ella Grace, and Mamie Ilardee, earner Ilypoluxo. 'y 1 t'

you all; sweet fruition to every desire t him. M of our young people being present. trIp to Jacksonville. Vera Hlbbs, Alllene Wilson, Ellen l'aln81 The Macatawa wa out on Tuesday! j. J J

and hope. "The thing thou cravest so, sent by the The evening was spentin playing games,, Tbe family of Judge M.H. Jones and Jzzle Uughlett MU Hollsmlth anaMrs. last with a jolly party on board, and L

waits in the distance, wrapt In the silences Several prospector8-some-have been In this section of ifter which the hostess served broke a rump In the Mr*. Jo. P. Brown' of TltusvlHe, spent Singleton; and Messrs. M. Weln. Capt.: Colby at the helm ,til'':
unseen and dumb. Essential to ADVOCATE real estate kiu* repast. The party up be holidays at St. Lucle. K. S. Williams, D
doubt some berlC W. Singleton, ,
have no all tie. has bagged some
and we of the morning, E. S. Randall already
late, sma' hours
thy soul and existence. Live worthyof fu wee and L. (0'. Pettee Jr.. 1
thy hand In the near Mat' S. and son, Rich Leater Smith W II. Helen I Is In fine order
It will change flaring that Mist! Jennie was a charming Senator \ Quay fine ducks. The
Call and It shall Cake
I1otrllmlth.
come. entertainer, and regretting that Miss ird' have been enjoying a quiet rest at< ,e.!le Bennett and Mr. served I, and looking like a new vessel. I

Mr.A her and a Mrs.thoroughly delightful Oak visit Hill with!, ture.Rev.. Mr. Sawyer I Is adding much to Harris was to leave lor her home In Os- it. Lucie during the holidays. ranges and music/ sberbert, dancing and and claret game were prevailed, The ladles were all out nailing, on Mon- t
T. Allen at
B. residence
Mr. and Mrs.\ C. B. Jefferson have returned he appearance of his elegant wells ,, teen the next day. Judge Minor 8. Jones, of TltusvlHemd }frs. Horlne Is a daughter of I.. de Give, daylaat, with Capt. J. A. Gilbert In gotn- .
home. Their cold storage will Sy treating it to a coat of paint, as on Peter Peterson, an aged bachelor livIng sons, Messrs. Stanley and Wade H. elgian consul at Atlanta, but owns a land In command of the boat. 1 '}

M amply supplied with game for sometime planting many ornamental plants alone In a small house near here, baa lone, accompanied by Tho L.' Paine, beautiful orange grove and borne atockledge. The Chicago Is now on the Banana
lawn. for time, and ha been made a Christina call upon T. I Cha..eand .
d. sick some
as Mr. Jefferson bagged any quantity been tver with aload of guest slaying ducks.
of birds. Our Club has decided to hold Its regu- ared for by kind friend Sunday morn- son, Christmas morning. apt. John Johnson 1 Is In charge. .
Thursday even- when Mr. Christensen carried break- welcome visitor U to Live Long. F'1
meetings on log, The ADVOCATE I Is a Find Way
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson gave Dr. and ar weekly the afternoons, a* 11 sat to Mr. Peterson he found him lying: and rest- Mr*. Saunders, of Eden was In Ban 4
In the
of many
of county
Mrs. Christ ng* Instead _Ise- his end The startling announcement of a 1)1* last. Mrs. Saunder
Purdy a pleasant surprise convenient for the hardworking In a seml-coosclous state. Calling subscribing for It. Tbepeoph allle on Monday 4
mas. A miniature, dainty tree ablaze will be more Mr. Christensen soon had him la amore lent are It the avery that will sueely lengthen life Ismllle II000p, Mattle I!., U on I1od lIon'l ways. +
and in
ace, they get
the new
with the gentlemen.Mr. want Editor O. II. Downey of Chu-
color and tinsel, adorned drnlngie 1 comfortable position, and Dr. Platt by '
In Eau Gallie on'
enertaineti of Ute East Coast. Miss Wilson arrived
as a center piece-(a complimentto and Mrs. H. Jenning recently sent for, but every effort to arouse pink paper rubuseo. Ind. "I wish to state, be writes, will ,
vas This lady remain
their little daughter, Edith, who Isabsent at game: of lawn tennl.4) Mr. him to consciousness was In vain, and at Mr*. Chase exhibit, wltb great pride, that Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- the 26th for Inst.month or young two with her anole

at school !in North Carolina). and Mi* C. II Kacey and draKhUr.ltlHSdlth H.larris the present, writing (Tuesday morning) among the Christmas present some line nmptlon U the most Infallible remedy a Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stlckney. ;
Mrs. Purdy laughed and wept. Wept of Waveland; Mr. and Mr*. W. little change 1* noticeable. Mr. [rapefrnlt from Viking friend One that I have ever known for coughs, oold.and and aunt, ( /

for her one ewe lamb so far away. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd and Mr*. eteron OFF I* a native of Denmark, and ha peel men measures IOTln. In circumference grip. It'. Invaluable to people wltb STOP IT neglected I coo h-or cold 't
9 He ha a and Lionel Chase received a fine wesk lungs. Having this wonderful
Joke. resided here for 8 or year ; lead to serious bronchial or lung ,
to boost no this In Nebraska. itrlin repeating rifle. ledlclna no one need dread pneumonia maT
helps liter living take chances when
Don't
The ADVOCATE relief is Instant andre troubles. l
LIFE sendIng Its
t.A AT STAKE.-If the news and or consumption. '
Honey and ctlon by publishing oley'* Hooey and Tar afford perfect ,
splendid merit of Foley's and we reciprocate troubles can certain. B. K. 4Songuar.
would-be settlers, and LaGrippe coughs cured Fatal kidney and bladder from serious effect of a cold.
Tit :you would be without it. A us Job Pneumonia antee Mo and $1 bottle, and JIve rarity 1
never our of )'ole'sJldney every
the pink paper and Tar. :Reuse be prevented by aoe use TUusvlUe
sending alwas! Wilson Son
K.
dole ofpneumonia by quickly by Fole, Honey !:old by B. ,
or two will prevent an attack printing to help it along. One good turn substitutes.. : Cure. Sold by B.R.Wilson Jt Boa trial bottle free.
or la grippe. It may save
your life. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son. deserves another. '


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 2. 1903.

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HAS THE LOCKJAW HABI (bIi: LI PAJUDISS RSCA1MB0. :
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Was Sen red brAct __ ___ Woman Wbo
From giirtitenHon. c FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. i

Dr. Leigh! .". Bturges of New York, ., -. eq
In nervous diseases tok 0
o/apvclullift!

reporter for the? New York World rl'lIembled t tbe j4i LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28,190

1i'k ___ other day that the ullllvtlon ii'ciA r. .
lockjaw from which Mrs. Eliza CininKham DOWN. 1I000THaOUND-IlUD W.
OUTHBOUNB-IIEAB
1kJi'A
Is Buffering In Bellevuw hpltnl -
'k not I- 4qVn .... I
from seeing a cut In a fit wan .. 7S15L32111e.j
II *Q3 Mo. SB MAIN UNI.
: true lockjaw nor any relation to It. / t 11ti z.S'n Del, 11.11. -i---& I....

( iilll The patient he said! net her JawlI -

through a nervous condition and mot'e IT.Lr.................Jsaksonrilto. .....Ar p I M a.......
....... BMP 10) 18 n Jk.nvi11a. .....I.v i I' I 4a a .......
..... ..South 10
or habit thnn onythlng (I :....... 6 01 to t3 a .... ...... 40 I
by suggestion! p .. ..............81. IIII'U.UIl......... | P a.,.....
Our money winning books. else the result of her first trlght 4i' ....... S 15 P Ii 8OLI a .. ................. lla.CI"If. .................... .! Ii P 7 06 a.......
tell ::- ..... 1 41 P OS p ............ o
men who know, her was iSt ...............:s.., P&1stk... p a '''-
: written by when a girl. The effect upon I : TOOpTooi II 18" .. .................N.oga................... : : 7.. : IT a ...-
you all about I not mysterious be said and the pres. -.- :::::::: M 14 P .. ................. Biinnelle. ............ Qt P 06 a "-
........ P i 01 P ... ........ s 10
..... p a
*
113 ................. Du pun "
ent trouble would soon pass away. V )- 'L.r. ........ p 1 Ul> ..................Ormon. .............I.. ... I I' P II' a...-....
Potejcsh I' When the pntlent was sixteen yeors I / wy Vt4I ........ p I I 40 P ..................D.l"t.D." ................. M I t p 5 I' pS ...-
.1
....... S 80 p ..... ..
Into hystericsthe at p ................PortOran<<............ : P II' a "
old she was thrown at p 1 01 P ............ 50 /
I' a I.
... ...:.IoIeW' SmrrnSOak ) l ,
........ .. 21
needed by every man sight of u cat In a nt. oDd her jaws ; 00 p I OP :: ................. Hill.................. .. P ....... lOll
They are 128. ........ i 4 p ........... ...... .
And Immovable for ev'ral .. .................Tlfiusville....... .. II' P ill,
: who owns a field and a plow net, remaining coo a i S1" ** ........ ......... Cooofc................... ........ -
who desires to get the most out dnys. Ever since then the sight; of ft 108 p .. .....*....... ..o.kl.dt: *................. :: p.......... _
...
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... ..
of them. her more or loss nnd JOlp ** ..... ....... B aa GaUle..............*. 1140 t tM ... _
.! .rd. cat line affected : 4 80" > ......*.*.. Melbourne................ i 3 81 ...... _
.
...
Send l c .......
.. ..
They.refrU. po :::::::: :::::::.: ?
certain to bring <011bYlltl'rlcII 4 at P .. 11 iS ......
U> M, e out' In a fit \Is!! .. ................,Beoitittaa......... .. -
CFIIWAV KAI.I WORK o 11: P .. ........... e. LiiotS ................. : 11 6 P........ ....
the Jaws. .....
> VorU and setting of :::::::: :::::::: 01 .
... qW a .
.I >. u Mfiwt I p ....,............*..F'.I..rc0.........,....... 11 ..... ....
Sailings .10 P .. ...Whlto City............... 10 46 ....... ..
.... .
e ....
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU LImE TAKINC: Tri-Wccldy :::::::: :::::::::: p a' ....................TlbbftlU.................. ** 10 ii a ........ .._
Chit: 1"1 p .. ............Bdea.................... : 14 2" ...........
.. .
take Orove's Tasteless :::::j:: :::::::: ...
When you YORK p .. ....................Jonvan.................. 1028.. ........ .
Free andAccc"'ted Tonlo because the formula Is p1alolJ BETWEEN JAOKSONVI IE I and NEW :::::: .I 0) p .. ....!..............fttu rt................... : 0 14 a ........ .
:::::::: :: 00
I' ....... 41 ........
bottle showing that IIslnigly \\I .. ..... Sound...... a .
...
... HOD6
printed on every .. ... ....... I 10 ..... .. :
: .. ..
Masons P .. .
............. .
Iron and Quinine in a tasteli both ) ....... ....... f 43 N ..............W..SJ.plte' 'M. .. .
. t Calling at Charleston. S. C., ways p .. .............W. it Palm B.*oh............. M ... .. .
fo.-m. No cure No: pay. BOcts. ................ I 16 p ....................Boyntoo.................. 1\\ :: a.......... .
........ ....... I .
p .. ........
Service B LauderdiC............. 7 .
the Coastwise ..............7. ,
The Finest Steamships in ........ ....... p .. .. .........uAivion City....>.......*.. e :: a........... .
: Indian No. 90 REMARKABLE OPERATION, ...r............ ............. o Up"to .. Ar.......*............. Miami..................I/v e ........

New England and Southern Lines. BUFFET PARLOR OARS OK TRAINS AND 78.
River TitusvllUFlorida. Football I'lnyfr'm. IIlabt Snred by The Clyde
8tlllim. In III* ICjeball. Direct bervice Between :BRANCH'LINE3 BOHEDULE3.

1.011jto. Four stitches token In tho ball of biB I Jacksonville Boston Providence! and all Eastern Points

llnlil* lt. niuntinicH the _00011,1 all
d.iy Hotol.TltiiH'llle or Bmih month at ai 7:i.TO thnlr o'clock rixim p., III.Indlun Ulve a f oo,I ni 11 player of the St. Ignu. (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) Dall" Dai1r. D.tI" DM17. BRANOa. Dall" 1)ati7. DatJ" Datil. >Pau> "

r J. It. Walknr !WiirHhtiifnl* MuHUir. tlus! college, ten in. The operation wi1fnriiied 8EMI-WKKKLY BAILlSG81Soutbhound. : I p i II pill) 4" a i5eTv PalsikeAr' 6t&i716a1345p I 525pArE ,'II',
I I' ,
ta 10 005
llontoNorthbound. II Milo
Lewis Wharf Lv 501) it I p II
1 J. L.X'arruth, Hunlor Wnnlen.T. Side ot ...... .... "... ...''.. .110 p_I .OS P_ I I' ,,1 00 I' 8. PuIatks
tv. H J. M. Dlxon, Tr lanurnr.K. says a recent dispatch to tlNew 110. 1S7 N", 411 SAN M.A.TEO flNOL
ii -
4I A. Morgan Hoimtary .
ci It. F. Brown,Ohnplaln." York Ileriikl.The luboratoi St.. Johns River Lino.DoUary '- L.E.: Paiatke.........................Ar S ta an'jPr514 ,
J.R.H.11:.BiTBven 1I"'ajr.,Hunlor, .Junif Uunnon.I Domton. young; man was I!! In a coda Clyde Cl P i P_II II 80 10 a a ..... .................. .... l'dat4'o..L.. 6 8Ii. '''1No2)
with -
B. O. VanliuiiliiiKliuin Honlor Steward.F. >n Oct. 28 fllllug/; bottles wter ( Line.) 2 I
:M. Taylor Junior Steward.. when one of tilt 'bottI'tj explode BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. ; I II.....JINn.j$7, No.. !III MA.YPORT BRANOJI. .. 18No.. Snnd'y, llaillI NI 11
P. 'V. lloburti Tyler l of struck him In tbe DeLand and intermediate landlnicsontlieBE..Ioliu'iiltlVHri .uud'J' Ex .. t' OTll.
ind pieces ghta FranoU Benwford ( ) 0017.I 0fl17. I
.- .--'-'- eft eye. A fragment of the KUSH! !! tien. Stopping at Palatka. Astor St. : I. ; QQ p Ii) ce p 9 p 880 1 a ...............:.. .JpukuonvtlIe..L4.. .'. .. ............Ar 787 I .6 a'i' 12 11 2a iiiT1 p iiigdop :];,

; TALL BUILDING FIRE TEST. Iy half nn Inch In diameter cut thronghe ; STEAMER "CITY OF .IACKSONVIfjL.13. I I oe pi'/2048e') 11 a 03h1a eo, p Sit.8 t a .. ............PalaloBesab............ .. 7116110 IIIa 4hI
"
The cut APPOINTED TO SAIL A9!' FOLLOWS t e 44 tit. .Atliantlo B..8Ob.. ......... I (O a l1. a I 4 t tSOOpIloSa ,
lids and Into the eyeball. IS 41 1060 a P .
P .
... ..Sundays. Tuesdays and TJurclayLeaveSanCordUiaita.nl '5001' .116. A............... MayTJnrt..L. 816110 1180. 4iIt ,
. Tried on .llIt.r..u" three-eighths of an Inch deep Bnd Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville 3::30 p. .
was Leave ... ..... ... Mun",,). W .lIllIs'y.and FridayBoutlilMiuml. ')I.-. No. 12 No. IXY I
In Nvw! turli.rorsons of the : D1jEL \
halt an Inch long In the white : DB.A.NOU.Dall" D.y OnANGm OXTY 3PRANOE.
Northbound.l II.A.NFOKD h
; ruiHHlnir nlonpr llrnndwny ami"Fifth performed holt SC1IKDUL.K. E
eye. Time operation wns Head up "un. Sun. tuiLv .

Bvcnu-j neur T\vi>ity-tlilrU) strt'i't in hour later. The Injured eye WIlS l iliiwn' .. ....... .... .......JArKSONVILLB ... .ooa.m Sun ..........TUu..JlI..A' 4i5p I ttcLv..NewSmprus......... Ii'
Leave a30j.m. ....... ........ ...Leave Silo' 17(111 a '
.. .
.. .. .. p.n .
r;tI In New York the other tnortiliiK foundthemselvfM owed up with four ntltchcw\ after .e< 8.061p.m., ... .. ...... .. ............ ...PALATKA ,8a L..l'alm..L. l'ii.p 4111' r.v..LsksH.Iea..L'i. )
,)' f! onvelopwl In clouds of bad been taken In the ui[" 'I 3.(mi .. in. ..'.. ..AHTOIl ... 2.80p.n 1.OtII,01 BS a \L.............Ottt.e a..L. It III a 4 39 P L...........Ora .IrO Ci, .........Lvii !II j
It ('nil 1 stitches U mu..r. FUANt'19: 1\116\ L..E..uo.pl'1.............L. Ii 81. 4 tSpAr..Orsng.OIt7Junoi..I6NiTb. !
1 t '. pray cnu pd! by Btrruum of water per and lower lldn. .. 4 30 a. ..... !: ). (8LAND.)) .,...,. "" 12.00 1J.aII a.m u'l JIo}a.. A'. ...... .....!!..nth'd. .. .... .....1:.. lI'If) "

.c 3 hooting out over thotie thoroughfaresfrom Arrlveg.30 a. ..IIAS: ) ...Tim.Table show ti. time at wbta. train may be erpeet.to arrive and drpom ,
!, Klntlron CVIIB A COLD IN ONE DAT thes-re.al icarlon but tholrarrival o.* dupar'nr. at the times stated 1* not Bunnm"lor "
of the TO ,. ,
tho dizzy bright
Quinine 'l'ab1etll.All Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonvjlle doc*the Company bold itself responsible for soy delay or a ny **o..qun.. analag lwIron. .
.! building which covers tho trlnnnulur 'like Laxative: Bromo .
; druggists refund the money If it faUe V.M.1RO,4MONR!: ,J"..AA8t.Men.Pass. Agt
Fifth aye.nue / Eaufn "aA8. Agt.
bounded by tlroadwuy KAQKRTT, .
plot A.C.
t Grove's is OD St., New York I 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville, I'la.THOS. Connections at Miami
to cure. E. W. signature 11'state Peninsular and Occidental Steamship
: and 1'w'ntY'II4't'OIIlI und Twenty- HALEY Local Freight Aicent, j I C. P. LOVKLL!: AA.t.Supt.,
York Iri'H nch box. 2Sots. HUjan .JaokioiiTllla, Fla. | Foot Hoiptii rtt., Jaekionvine Fla.
tht New 8t
t third strit'tfl says font Huporlntendent Foot Hogan St.,JaukBonvtlle Fla.! sarwanur: MIAMA. ICIlY WKST: AND HAVASTJL
HOWARD
"Tbo uiiexpt'ctiHl dl'luKUVO.. the result Cum With Her. O.JOHN.KOKR.: L. General l Manaicer. Wl'(. p CLYOK: (JO., General Agents.
TIIKO.
f; -ot the testing to their fullest capacity "Tour' husband" said the talkatlv Hebrougb Building, la State St..Opposite Battery Park New York. For Information relative to sailing dates of Peninsular&: Occidental Steamship

4i; t>y Fire Chief Croker of the standpipes ian "has such a gentle disposition. II. C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltusvllle Fla. Company, apply to any agent.

U In the building. Inherited it from bit mother, I ..uppOlle -

I The pumping was done by the two ?" --- J. D. -HA.riNEK Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FIA

most' powerful engines In the department Mrs. Henpeck sign 1ft. .
"No. replied
c
I -=NOM. 1 und 14-and the demount untly. "I think 1 may safety say that SE.A.JfB ..A. I> For. copy of Local Time Card address' any agent.

,. t Ion 304 feet above the st'ri-ot level wall part of my dowry.-Phlllldepblil! .

was BUfivsHful In rv'ry'uy, Chief 'FOBS. '
Croker said that no matter bow high AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

bulldliiKs, wi-re. If thoylmd Rton plpe Rimy D*.eeIt.

the proBont onRhies could pump water 'Smith-Poor fellow he ha. a bar SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

I to the root tupn.Lleutenunt line getting; along hasn't he?
i 1 awhile but sine! CAMDEN SOUTHERN TIMES, RICHMOND
co' I I John It 11"b. itiipiTVlslug Brown-Me did for SAVANNAH COLUMBIA

engineer, of tlu donurliueiit, bad charge ie started down hill he llntls It conipai WASHINGTON, BAL'flMOBE. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK

In tho street, while lively eusy.-Chh'l1/lo/ News.WT .
of the utonnxM'H EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 1OO2.o .

I 1r Croker wus with tin> hose pipe men .. Two Elegant Trains Daily --
above. The water >\'nll extremely muddy nt was probably the first. public 1'(0.0'
1 nutwltbstund- United State' was atari. Seaboard Express Route j'11 841\0. 11II. ORTHWEBT. Route. I '
all through the test library In tin :NOWTHEIIST ,:. 1).lIy I _p'IILv.
: lug the fact that at least 40.000 gallons ..tl In Charleston. S.' C.. In 1740. 'l. Jacksonville, 80utbern Ry 9ta i. 7 M I', I.... >ackHouvlllllS".th.,rn Ry.... . I 4.Lv. \ r
of thc mains.. Seaboard Mail.MODERN Savnnsh Southern lay I 15 p. 12 311 ... Li.Jesup S"utbern lly........ III 4.I I
out
\ of water were pumped ..... Charlotte. 8mthcm Rv 9110 p. III (alt/ a. Ar. 1laeun. Buthern Ry..j. 800'.
Nine streams wore thrown across PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Dan..III". R"ulhe Icy 1257 a. 14IIp. J'r..I".lIIa. S."tbern 1I1Rlubmou" .

, llrondwuy one from each floor beginning r. Southern Ity'f' 00.: F4aji: Ar.Ar.nockmart Atlnnta. 1lo.lI..rn Houthomlly.; It ......... .... ., I .h' :'

at the thirteenth and ending at ConsumptionSalt ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to A- I)l\r"\ "-,, 8uutheT1'-R. Tiii a. -''OJ p. A r Itom. t t ('harlottev( Southern icy 4 :85 a. 11110 p. Ar: n..lto. :'. t\outbern Ity::::::: I 1431.Ar. I
for this display
\ the roof. 1"1e'ut..r New Orleans. WaMhlnllton. Southern Ry 7 411 a. 9 30 ". Ar. Chattan'\OlIra. 1Itbern Ry.. .::::. I I I IAr.
1 was furnished by Engine No. 1,working Ralth..o.... P. R. It.. ... 900 a. t1 311 p. L... CbattanOO>ga.'lu88o &: Cre8c.nt.. I 1000'Ar.
:. Pl.SlsaeI.Sla P. R. It.. ... t1 12 a. 211II. & CreAc.nt.. U. OIl'Ar.
r' Oak"ale. S ueen :
' : to Ita fullest capacity. After the test For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent :New York P. It. R.. .. SOlI p.: II 30.: Ar. Somerset. (l..n &: C eAoent. I \OOp

i a two Inch crawfish was found alive is famous old. Seaboard or writeA. Ar. Burgln. Queen &: cr.u.cent.43I1P. I
In Engluo No. 1's pump. pork a No.34. New York and. Florlol..Expre8s. I>ally Ar. Lexlnjto". Queen &: CreHcent.. 1J IIp
for O. MACDONELL, Asat. Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville Florida. oilman AI..plnl/... Port Tampa. antl-J..ck. Ar. ClnclunaU. Uneen &:' Crescent }
fashioned remedy con 8un..llle. to New ork. Dining cu.. LClnoinil7HiFRoute.; .. TiINo. :
IMPROVING ELLIS ISLAND. --------- HIli Four lIoute.. .... ; III'
:3 -- --- : .
--- -
: L I umption. Eat plenty ol ---- -- -- -- -- ----- --- 30. Washington. RIchmond and FloriIaAr.Chioago. ". "enn. LAnes .. .. .. ?lPLhnt 1
.. ".vta Richmond. Hally. Pullman 81001" Ar.Chlcagu; P.nn. Lines.._.. ... I ;3.!!
.t New Iiland to lie Unlit In New York advice thi L cw ..A."rES.. Cara Jacksonville to New (ork. 94.Can.
:\ Dork, was the to I.ECI.A.L tnll' Dining L--'I-- I. C. J(.&D.-l'(un.'I1. 1 \'
llarl>.r For it IIo>pl I Ar. ChlcalE'" V.
I I A new island is to bo built In New onsumptive 50 and IDC -TO- L.-. ClnellmaU- H.&I- >._Mlch.Ccnt 9111TO
York harbor between Ijltls island and.Uedlou's WASHINGTON! MONTANA: CINCINNATI THROUGH THE LAND 011' e : : :: I II 1111
COLORADO UTAH OREGON : k ; 4.\'
:cars ago. CALIFORNIA THE SKY. Ar.: Detroit. Ij.I.Mioh.Cent: : I .
lulunJ says a Washington I and the NORTHWKST Lv.IAlxlnl"n. 8"uthern Ry. ... :IIINORTIIROUND.
dispatch to the New York Tribune. It Salt pork is good if a mar ._ ROUTE. I No. 311. Ar.I.ou..llle. 80.hern lly.:::... I 81IFL.

I Is to ho used for the erection of a hospital AVASTERN ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA ... ,'ackAonvlll... "ntb8r Sty.... 7 M p Lv.l.f>uIHvlll southern Ity............. I' a'itS:'
VIA Ar'Mt. Loots. Southern Ry.
for the cure of Immigrants suffering ;an stomach it. The idea V. Savannah Southern Ity .... 1:130: a SoIWAr.
t I LOUIS RY. Month itr..I 'HI ,. Jolorltla Llmltlld." lSIIY
and ST. Lv. (;nluibla rn a t. U."Tbe ,
'. I from contaKloiis JimamThis la ehind it is that fat is the 8hovlll 0. Southern\ Ity..I 110 P traIn of vestibule cOllch.Aand l'Utlman slePIF.
I recommended Hot I4prll1lt". t'lmlth.m' 37 P can Jacksonville to Cincinnati
one of too Improvements ,
Route III
I need Dixie Flyer .. Ar, CInulainat Queen & R'.4. III a H. C. UN'r.City PalloenJlor anl Ticket Ag
I t by (Supervising Architect Taylor who food the consumptive Cliv TI"ket Ulth'.. lot W Hay !ltreet.Jacksonvlll. .
In- No. 311 Pullman drawlng.room sleeping can H.I'. District Pasener AI.nt.
has been at K11U: island making an .. CART
and October 1002.: to Clnolun..tI Fl.
lost. Jsokuonyille.
During September _
; "('SUg8 lion of the needs' for additional J Jjr

nccomtnodiitionH for the United States Scott'sEmulsionisthemod. rates, schedule, etc. write to, or call on.
For descriptive matter P. A.
Immigrant station. ii. ACKAHT..GCII. aigr. s. II. KAunwicK, o.
: rnjiiethod of fat tc S. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent,
: lIe has recommended thnt the main feeding I Washington, D C
buildings be enlarged at a cost of approximately -I the Pork is toe 213: West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.

j? $:UH,000.) that the existing consumptive. IIARMAN: Gen. Pass. .Agt. II, F. SMITH Trafflo Manager. 'V. II. TAYtOK, A O P A, Atlanta, Oa.
hospital be enlarged at n cost of about rough for sensitive stomachs. D. E.

j :FlonOoo) < und that mi Island of several Atlanta,'Ga. Nashville Ten a.
cott's Emulsion is the most .
be built and hoHpltnl! erected -- --- ------
1 acres up n -- ------ -- -
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on It at'a cost of about $-'.,o.noo. Ills refined of f.ltsespeciatly: ,
fecommendatlons have been approved 1) onj 7p1151tjbowels n

4 by Asslatatit Secretary Taylor and lie prepared for easy digestion. Atlantic Coast Line. R'y.The

1 has been directed to prepare plans and Feeding him fat in this but regular action cannot be secured the liver
estimates for the work.
,
until.
secretes bile
\ enough to make the :
way, which is often the only execute their natural functionsadf I I

: i WOMAN TRAVELER'S PLUCK is half the battle but Groat Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: ural agitation,caused by cathartics Ml compels e
way, continual
and Increasing doses to
'I Join-no Throuith Afrlrnn Wilds Scott's Emulsion does more Trt the Pit Over its own rails to !Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Wash. the results. n ,
r 1U via R. K.TA .
ACrIn.lulflied Only ipy Nvrvuiila.On Ijaolngton; thence Pennsylvania I I
than that. There is
board the niuslilp I\ornlu, from some- the West The Louisville Nashville\ via Montgomery. iii

Liverpool which r"-c 'ntly arrived at thing about the combination 1U The Mobile A: Ohio U. U. vja Montgomery. on the I

IloHton. wall Mrs. Kuiniu haw ColrloiiKh of cod liver oil and Trt the Pfl t Steamship.! Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, liver;; cures Chill'
hypophos- er.
Just rftnriu-U from n trip to L4i3 Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York, and Fever and every form >f :
L'guiulti: lit ItrltlKh l'I'tI'I'R.: She phitcs in i Scott's Emulsion Washington aiul Kiiltlmore. VIA Savannah and Merchants & and Int>." I
lind also visited Souiallland and during Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore and! Philadelphia.To Dillous' Remitting;

her trip luul rroHsod Lako Victoria. On that puts n.'v life into the Key West RntllInana. via Peninsular. Occidental Steamship Company. F and. by going to the seat of the I

tl t: .. her return she visited Mudngiiscur anti weak parts apl I has: a special trouble, works permanent cure. I
then the Seyrhollfa l. laiil h., whore the zvr xofigro TJ.oiK.otJ3.: FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE

Afrlonn kings/ Arc oxlledMr : action on: ti! ., (diseased: lungs. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over lJOCK miles of among the principal -

I ColclciiKh has traveled alone railroad In the Southern States. are on sate: by the principal agents. 11. It. WILSON; ,& SOX.WORMS .
I Into tho "trie. n wl""' ". nco >iiipiiule ---- -- ----- --- ---.------ --- .---- ------- ------
'I ouly.by native scrvnnu. says the l'hu.1 s> .i.t fecupon: request. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied -
iul.>li>hlu i'i".'<11. Hut who miiile her ; with Information and handsome advertising matter.
< ..
< > thta' picture la
iruKroMs p )t>Hllil > and innrli easier by I I i ti C lntx.1 n on lbs Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line; WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE

lin* nriiusl with letters of Introduction .. ''H.11 ::. r.ui<\0'MI Cry buy.SCOTT ...."1. ol also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Hallway.For !

und h'llllocJ by the ndmlrutlon of ) .- Information as to rates sleeping car reservation etc., call\ on or write to

I I her pluck, which was ohown 1 by some I '. -
C.
FRANK ---l.---------
L .'f thoHp, for on with, one\vbotn occasion she an came otnclnl In contact wild ,$ 13OWNE Commercial Agent.Bnlldinff Tray. Pass.FLA.Agent. For-- 2Ye;;'$ Has Ud,: aild' r7 lrn [:c1a Ie:. WJj y
I CHEMISTS.4h ; 133 West Bay St., Astor JACKSONVILLE
c:> x>> :.:aT ,.' :. ;r"-"L OoCloTa_
to :another- s.sw" > Pearl' St. N. Y. U. M. EMERSON: Traffic ManaIter.V.. J. cn.UG. Gen'l. Pass. Agent. ).. .... ).
: : ,... ?l"tt-, ,. .' \vtr I r:. l'. '.A ::t.. t. Loul"
"I'll\
l.e OuKhed If I don't like her x. aud 5i all dmis WILMINGTON, N. C. - ,.... --......---. -..,......,
pluck and I'll help her anyway." .:i> ;









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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 2. 1903. 1 [...

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TITUSVILLE.
GROSVENOR'S VISION. MELBOURNE UK AC 11MYRTLE
RHEUMATISM
: Ohio Repre.entatlve Been "C..1. -
=?IAN' RIVER ::aO"I'ELOy.'Il : : Chalr.Frow Y
Joe" Cannon In .p..aker' COTTAGE :
).<"..I lHAN.lUVER. the lips of General Grosrenor CURED AT LAST. MELBOURNE maCH, FLA. "i

TITUSVILLE of Ohio prophetic words deeply Private Boarding House at Melbourne Beach Rates : $UKto7.00( | ( per week.
charged with political significance, fell ..1.2per: day. GRACE U. CUJUNC.S; Manager

the other day any. Washington dta Good News For All Who Suffer -- -- .-. .- -
FLORIDA. patch to the New York Tribune. OilS, AVIth Kheniuatism Free. JI.NSI:N.
ttr Ing into the far distance beyond the To all who suffer with Rheumatism I
ken of mortal eye, that venerable will Kindly send free the wonderful story;
statesman caught a glimpse of the of how my mother was cured after year" AL FRESCO HOTEL JESSKN, FLA.
J. G. BAST, Tropnetoi new house -of representative Softly suffering, together with the most elaborate Center of..Pineapple Belt.
stroking his white board, his glance treatise on Rheumatism ever pub fr UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. __
still directed dreamily toward the far lished. The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near
distant future. General Grosvenor No matter what your form of Rheumatism .- the Oconn. Kino Fishing and Hunting./< Terms reasonable Letters and
DUCK SHOOTING. made the following revelation of the is, whether acute, chronic,. rnunciilur Telegrams. reserving rooms will receive prompt attention, ,
luUatninalory, iluformaut, Rclatlc, JOHN S. PAHK, Owner and Proprietor.
future It vouchsafed to hIs
iia wan I I
neuralgia lumbago
gout, eto-uo matter ___ ._ __
0 --I I '
and FISHING prophetic eye: how many doctors have failed In - -- -- -- -- -- -- -
ni TA'r I Im1, p i n 19177, 4iri. + IiruhiT f ll'm Il i m +n i 0v + "With my prophetic eye I cannot see your case-no matter how many socalled \VK8T': PALM IIUACII

GI'q ir Rates: $2 50 day. anyone" In the speaker's! chair but "sure cures" yon have U'lod-I want you -
per
to write to mo and let toll how
'Uncle Jot Cannon. I ace' him now me you '
pounding the desk with his gavel or mother was cured. II7ti
$10 and $12 week] I am neither Doctor Professor
per sawing the air with that long!'! arm a. nor The Palms WEST PAUl BRACH: FLA.
-sImply a plain man of business-but I
--- he parliamentary law.! I can
-- expounds
--- -------
-- ,
have a CUBE for Rheumatism, and ]I a
JACKSONVILLE.1NDSOR : only see 'Santa Cluus "-and here the want to tell who suffers with I
general laid his hand on his own Rheumatism everyone all about It. I: wish to be A large: homelike hotel well appointed and. beautifully located, giving; the
old seat the comforts without; the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKEWORTH r"
breast-"down In his on clearly understood, and trust that all
HOTEL floor. I see Dnlzell leading the boat Ina who are suirorlnjf with this terrible dis- opposite the Royal roinclana Ito'el. White waitresses Electric. I'l l
however the Rolls lood Fishing Hunting/ and Jloatlng. Rates, fi-j: $::1 {\n and *;3 Par
,
Babcock In ease: apparently beyond
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST fight for a rule. I see! rates the week. THE: PALMS!
AND FLOJUDA'SJ..AIWE'r 'CUI'O day. Special by West Palm Beach
::! ANBEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL his accustomed place diplomatic and reach of will write to me this day .
and I will send
you by return mall thla
able. I see Payne and Sherman pur
work of mine. I appeal{ especially to theIII" r y,
suing their accustomed roles and Lit-

4 ", tlolicld doing bt'RlncHHat", the old stand discouraged"chronically; with who"doctoring"are wearied/ and and to The Leamington WEST 'AJ.lUEACU, S
F Ff
4 All this I !see' In my vision but 'Undo those who have been cast aside as "In- FLORIDA .
ft Joe' in the chair." curable." All you have thought about

i Uheumatlsm may be wrong. Let mu tot W. 0 ERNST, Manager f ,la,

OLD TENPINS FOR FUEL.Novel you our experience. Surely, I if you have On Lakd Worth opposite Postofllce and business houses. Largo verandas '
IthetimatUm have friend
or it suffering ,
Device In View of the Shortage It will pay you to Investigate my offer, :Strictly 11ret-olaxe" ; Rates, #2 per day. Special by the week if''
III Coal. anyway, and prove for yourself these
claims 1 make.
Orange N. J., is facing a coal famIne Send me your address! to-day- postal PALM: ILI':ACII. ,
Small quantities of coal are received card will do-and I will mall you this ,
dully, but the supply Is not equal wonderful story If you have any :,
to one-third of the demnoid says the friends, Buffering with Rheumatism no l
'Wa New York Times. One man a proprietor matter whore located, send me their Hotel Palm Beach.
( WDGE of n large amusement place, has address, and I will mall them a copy. ,
My address In. VICTOR KAINIiOLT.Bloonilleld .
succeeded, keeping his home warm In
ml. -
of the lack of coat. II
spite IIOTEL. ;
---- r THE NKW: MODERATE RATE ,
For a long time It was a mystery
how he managed and at last one day Accommodates I OCI.) Located on Palm BoacU i /

some one opened the furnace door and 8 proper, between the Oopiui and Lake Worth. I (
saw what appeared to be a lot of bot- '
Within a minute's walk of the Palm I Beach Railway '
) & CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. tles blazing away furiously. Others a at) IfJIjQ ( ( Station and! Royal Potnclana Gardens. Rates, 1-
summoned to view the seeming
were :s
ton: per day and upwards. Suites. with private
miracle and at hist the proprietor came N. +
along and explained that the objects 1I' baths extra llooklot{ and weekly rates on appli i

that looked so much like bottles were "' cation. Opens Decombor20th.
NIVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :

In reality tenpins. he ; f t; a CALM... TM BEACH. I ru>iUD& W. II. OIIMBS: Manager. ?1
lIe explained that In the years eS"ft $ : I
.
had maintained bowling alleys in the ': II. STANLEY STEVENS, Owner.
i <
'
place an almost countless number of ---- -- --
Opposite poatof&ce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re
hud become too battered to bo 0 '
tenpins THE HIBISCUS PALM REACH, FLA.
serviceable. They were made of hard '! t=' ; UNDER :NKW MANAG1 MENT. "
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally wood and saturated with varnish a..
were npZse Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. Excellent i
Rates $2.50 day and so that.wheu fired they furnished a hotter o Table. Courteous Service. Home Comforts Rates, $J.r\0 per day and upwards
per up. blaze and lasted as long as a coal
.
I e First-Class Restaurant attached to l hotel.A. +
Ore. The man says he has a supply W. FRITSCH: Proprietor.
..
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor sufficient to last well into the winter. o-
t. (DV

INTEREST ON HIS MONEY., ;;J
f\e Lou J Beach: Club Cafe.

fESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. :::1'8en +
How Two of Uncle Sam'. Soldier.Paid
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a Debt. lEt n (Incorpoiated.) '
:
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and Sergeant John Daly had his nose jI t '
opened down so close to the blotter the other : Ero Adjoining grounds of Hotel K6yal I'olnoiana, Palm Beach, on the north a

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water afternoon that he did not notice two PW tNSa1 fi ;

soldiers of the regular army who entered IS Luncheon and Dinner at all. Hours. tl
Baths, Elevator, eto.- Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All the East Thirty-fifth street station fa Breakfast

street oars pass the door: Rates, (2.00 to $2.50 per day. house in New York and stood In CflgHer1 iR: '
First-Class Chef and /Service.
Cuisine
his desk. Then there was a : .
front of .:::s '"

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. plunk"There's, and something a present fell for on the you.desk.ser Y ..J .&: 0 a :71Cjr1vdsL-to ::J:] :I.n.I.n.g: : : :Pala rlors I!,I II :ill;i

geant" said one of the soldiers who Orders received I t for Dinner I'artlei of any number at all hours. I
and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE
Corner Main
'bf !
\ "
EW VICTORIA HOTEL FLA. wore the stripes of a sergeant. "That'sa _. .. .
Filipino\ bolo." "Aud here's something .: fi \f i" t
CD MIAMI
soldier h k
: else mild the other a
Everything new. Free Bus Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 per ,
corporal, as be threw down before the f -- --- ------ ,

day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each person astonished sergeant a finely chased > t:1&jii Formerly I'alm Cottage. t "I '"

R. BIXLER, Proprietor. !gold and stone talisman used in Min The Palm Hotel
MIAMI FLA. '
,
danao Island In religious ceremonies. !
-
"You don't remember the 'two bones' I
SI AnnEI ZE. you lent us long ago do you?" asked Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements large/ airy rooms;newly' I'
the corporal as he laid down a bright furnished, with broad, breezy veranda Cuisine the very best. Rates, (:d and 1! t
five dollar goldplece. "Here they are $.'.50/ per day. Special per week. Gill:! A. HULLER, Proprietor "

OPEN back with Interest." - .- VIi
he Colonnades I SEAnm-::: FLA. Then Daly remembered that one L r -- KHY ",VI 8T.

(Daytona) night before the Spanish war two privates gy .
had called on him with a "bard
bad $2 to &n ::J w < !4'I
and he given
luck story"
SPECIAL 13TII.; I
RATES UNTIL JANUARY
them. They were Just back from the .9] The Jefferson KEY WEST, FLA.

FOR RATES, BOOKLETS, ETC., ADDRESS: Philippines. \\i

CIIAS. A. CREIQIITOy, Manager. FIRST LADIES OF THE LAND -UOAT.uUlLI II JAS. P. V1N1NO, Manager
T ARE YOU A '
Remarkable Change Reported In you are, get one'of Walton's I'aU-nr Stopover allowed on all Havana tickets via P. A O. S. S.Co.! 1 ,
ALMEIt & SHARES, Proprietors. Mr. MetOnleyVi Health. yHlkliiit Tools; Invaluable to boat- .. .
builders and of boats. On Iks
owners
to
-- Roosevelt can rely
--- ---- Mrs. one upon
gracious. Her manner Is boat moie rapidly than any other ISLAND CITY HOTEL ":r. T. FJ40nmA. .
nOCILEGE. be always
calking tool In the world. Price $1110 ,
.- the passport of liking and all whom and #s.OO each, at ADVOCATK office,
W. J. PALMER MA ofA01m. ,pt
,
kin.
she meets, whether young or old. TituHvllle, Fla. *
dIe with her genuine kindliness. Tire _____ New Modern. First-class. 'Ilus! meets all Steamers' Rates, $1.oo: () pet day,
lotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. less (Indeed would be the journalist aud upwards-Commercial Special.:

who reported each of her pretty deeds. __ __ __ _. :t
-no -- -- -----
When Mrs. Roosevelt visited Yale she -
AND COTTAGES OPEN JAN. 10TH talked among others with Policeman G77G d/ ST. 1.I TI n8nUUG. 1 1I

JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER. Donnelly known to every undergraduate ,

THE HOME OF THE ORANGE. as the "beet of fellows." Policeman jt4'C THE BELMONT ST. PETERS I1URO. FLA,
,
Donnelly approved of Mrs. Roosevelt Opened November 10th. I
LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED. HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS and she reciprocated. They became On the west shore Tampa Bay The roost healthful winter resort city In the ,

FOR 500 GUESTS. good friends, and when the Jt'/kJ7 !itate. On high! ground, pure water, perfect drainage; spacious piazzas, room t
madam returned to Oyster Bay she d( large and newly I furnished, papered and painted. Rates, $:-J per day; $x100 to $15.00
BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDE. sent the peace guardian a photograph per week. W. II. TIPI'ETTS, Proprietor.WASHINGTON" ,

25 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. STEAM HEAT. of herself' with n line of recognition d/urall r4Y 1/&G? vt,/ -- -- --.- .. u._ 'f r\

ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR. LAUNCHES. ORCHESTRA, of the trouble. be bad been put to. says &'H h*un1liNQ e&qetr : .

EXCELLENT BOATING. FISHING: AND IIUNTING. the Onlooker.It wall a small thing but It was considerate 'i
& t.
TAMMOUT & CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARSH, Manager. and the world grows ever. :THE BUCKET BUFFET,
better t for such mall kindness. Speaking
of Mrs. Roosevelt recalls her pred r uer47; 210 Sixth street, WASHINGTON! D C., ) ( t i

Pew Rockledge Hotel ROCKLEDOE, FLA.: that ecrssor.t Mrs. McKInley Is astonishing bas fairly to turned learn Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and! Cigar houses In Washington ,' 1 It ;;

INDIAN RIVER. her back. upon invalidism and waxed: All of the best brands In stock, and the prices as low as any house In the city. w. ,1 \
>>
recently fat to the extent of forty
( Indian River. KIDNEY DISEASES Southerners meet many friends tore. Note the address: 216 Sixth Street II' J
situated In midst of fall bearing orange /grove, overlooking added pounds.
I "excelled hunting and fishing. Casino Billiards and Bowling. Livery. facing the National Hotel, and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station. t
.
team Heat, and many suites with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by firsts -Aa Let's Anchor get married to Windward.Ho on Friday. tree most fatal! of all dis JOHN E. BUCKEV Proprietor, 218 Sixth Street, WASHINGTON, I>. O. 6 6NEW

!,,s orchestra. Rates, 3.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates until She-Oh, George, Friday, you know, eases. _, [i
"miary''
20th I&- YORK
II. R. SHARES, Proprietor. He-Yes, I know It, unlucky, but Pni CV'O KIDNEY CURE Is iI '

'In>mei' Hotel: New Weirs, Lake WInnlpesaulcee, N. II. then If our marriage doe.a't turn out DLL I Guaranteed Rened/ J.t
well we shall always have something I O ;
to blame It Philadelphia Record. Hotel Marlborough I1

BIEItlCITT, Blerrltts Island. or money refunded. Contain .
Lift It Hlb. .
HUNTING LODGE winter Resort. MYo' kin allus tell er polite man" remedies recognized by eminent Broadway, !Mth and 37th Streets, :NEW YORK. ., ,,

liE WTlT-W AJV1: On Indian River, Merritt, Fla. said Charcoal Epn, rumlnatlrely "by physicians as the best lot 400 Room. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con. ""lJ

SUIII' Open. Accommodation for 10 ad nits. Sun Parlor, Balllard Pool and de way be lit' his hat t' de ladles, an' Sidney and Bladder trouble ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal :,
Q WO filet of docks.Iblll ef he lit' It high yo" kin also tell dat of tbe owner.
Pong tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests PRICB 5Oc:.sad$U.00.D. supervision
atboat for cruising. hunting and fishing Jlnest on the Coast. Write and be ain't bald headed. Mis tab. Jackson." it. WILSON &; SON E. S. CROWELL, Manager. '
rboat BLAIR Proprietor. New'
will meet you at Cocoa, free. E. J. Baltimore
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 2. 1903.To .




h s F war. CITY. Robbins & Graham Go.

Hotel Proprietors CHRISTMAS ON THE EAST Christmas went off very quiet, the only THE JEWELRY STORE

COAST. feature 01 enjoyment being the Christmas
Incorporated.)
To Commission Merchants tree at the Sunday School which ( ,

1 and others.... The following are reports from our was enjoyed by all who attended. Every PAID UP CAPITAL t25OOO.00.Thl.compan10..0. .
To Storekeepers make It a pleasant
done to
j Coast correspondents with reference thing was *
a East success" as
want to get good results entertainment.: feature, snd it was quite
f f '
Christmas
you to hands of
Is which is in the AILT 3D S
I everything :! ,
advertise la the I.A O A1II'OIC. Mr. button, the worthy superintendent.EDENJENMEN. _, -
The tlme-honored festival at LaGrange River Country; On the St.
Indian
in the STOREis
the usual manner : ANDA VILI.E' JEWELRY
In
COAST ADVOCATE church was celebrated )[
EAST with the ever-.miling and Irrepressible The Christmas tree exercises at Jensen Lucie River; at New River and on Bay

Indian River FLORIDA. Tom fobnson "In' the saddle;" and Christmas Eve., were well attendedby Prices to suit the times. "- the to buy your Watches and Jewelry.A .
ilscayne. place
TITU8VILLE, to say it was a success. would only be repeating friends of the Sunday; School in this
The ADVOCATE; circulates extensively the familiar expreniHon of all place, who were very much pleased by Send for Land LI it.Offices .

throughout the range lemon pineapple who lave attended Christmas Eve /gatherings the performances of the little people in at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. fine assortment always on hand, and everything:
and Huh sections Florida-going at LaGrange for the last thirty their dialogues and plays. The singing

to every postofllce; between Jacksonville 1 ,earll., The presents-numerous and b if the choir Wall of a very high order be strictly first-clans and up-to-date.
and Key We as. well an Into every mate j beautiful-adorned one of the handsomely and very much enjoyed>y the audience.The Market Guaranteed to
In tbe I'nlon.; It I III known all the "1'lnkt'aner I decorated trees ever seen In LaGrange Christmas tree at the Eden Con- East Coast Meat

of (Florida." church, and that Is surely compliment gregational chapel, was a fine success, Special attention given to mall orders. Satlsfac-
i The Kant Coatit of Florida lias. some Of to Mr. Johnson and bill willing and able end was very much enjoyed by both old O. F. DUREN, Agent. ,

i the lin""t hotelsu! the United State' assistants; and as to the church decorations and young. Santa Claus remembered Solicited.
and noarly every hotel Is overflowing' they were supeib. Hammock everybody In Eden with beautiful gifts.There a::: lion Guaranteed.'. Correspondence

with toiirUtu during the wlrtter. NOW briar Interwoven with open palmetto was a well filled tree In every CD "
J TIME TO AI>VERTISK.Give : a sight rarely witnessed at and this has been a very merry ..- -,
M YOUR bloom, was ,borne, :::::::a.
.
the AUVOCATK your rids and you this time of year, even by our oldest Inhabitant Jbrlstmas. Vso; sg
.
t will not regret It. Our office l II a kind of ; and this ground work, with
Jnfoimatlon. For rates, etc, and various native vines WEST PALM BKACU.: -
Bureau of bright flowers t=I
n address judiciously Intermingled, was certainlyi Christmas with all Its festivities was a:::::::
Jeweler and
AdvertUIng/ Manager/ Tint ADVOCATE, beautiful decoration. generally; observed In West Palm Beach. _- G. L. MANDAYILLE Optician,
Yla.lXn After an enjoyable evening/ and all ervlces appropriate to the season were ,
Titusvllle, laving received some present from said In the different churches,, and the eo FLORIDA
y, landnome silverware to a broken pipe- ,hristmas trees were beautifully/ decora- _c.: CIA TITUSVILLE,
-
all returned home, mentally resolved tobe ed and laden with presents for old and C'cr.a
Jt! band next Christmas Holy Trinity church was prettily -..
n/ promptly on ,young
carITU8VILLE.
Cve. lecorated.ttractive. and The the Methodist tree was and particularly Congre- .; FLORIDA.: EZ._ ::se: :c &:, ::seo.'

I' JEWELERS! AND SILVERSMITHS, CocoA.The ational; churches had tbf ir tree In the _DEALERS IN'-
/
i I, 41 Went Bay Street, hrlstma; )[. E.at buoday the church School In celebrated Cocoa on Jruber Opera house. ? w ROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCE

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. hrlfttmns; Kvo, with a tree, appropriate ,
and recitations by the children of Head! Should Never Ache. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPtS! FERTILIZE
stock In this section of country. I If ongs and solicit the trade of all
)
Largest of COOltIra.
I the above line goods
t r Lhe .chool. Never' endure this trouble. Use at once W. deal exclusively
Established 1808.( Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station 1
the that stopped it for Mrs. X.A. Write as for prices on
remedy .
OROROIAXA.; J TITUSVILLE FLA.
a Send for descriptive catalogue. Webster of Winnie, Va., she writes, I,;. .>, E. L. BRADY *:: BRO. ,
The Christmas tree and exercises were Life Pills wholly cured; f .. '" __wt!' '.
"Dr. King's :New
the best w > have eve

t.,. ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,,. considered had! I at trees Georglana., heavily very There loaded were with two the beautiful frulth.iv for me two of, blliouloe..lI.0 sick years.headaches" C un:/;.headache I at bad B suffered. K.,constl Wilson from jtlon W. CARROLL,

Christmas trees
always grow on
Asso's. & !Son's: drug itore. -Dealer In-
!; Brewing There was a Christmas song by Mr. and

)Ir". Baggelt/ recitations by"Miss Mary GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE!\
"Bells. Exercise FOR BREVARD.
I rarnnuaSt.1AIIlaelland. Hutt Wit tfehl, Tennysou's GOOD ROADS ,
by Mrs. Munson's clans, song by Helen Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.
tied liner.Sold and Cora Munson recitations by Mine f fI1 Crockery
solo Helen To the People of Brevard County: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Carter
lliildwin and Maggie ,
1 bj Menftre.F.A.Umlay and Cannata, chorus of angels, "Glory On this let day of January, ItKW! I respectfully -
-
j R. L. Motluw, Tltunll1eJ'la. God" by Nellie Owen and Guy Munson.A make this otTer to the peopleof '

i By Mr,, R. I.. Motlow,Cooo Fla. violin solo by little Edna Bond was 1 our County.If in Smokeand INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
heartily enjoyed. Tableau, Evening the citizens of each Commlllsloopr'ldilirict Your House Goes up

JOSEPHZAPFSole Prayers, Edna. Bond and Nina Baldwin, will organize a Good Roads Association TITUSVILLE, FLA

kneeling by the side of Lily Carter sayIng devoted to the Improvement you loose everything Is to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend
fault. prepared
their evening prayers, while above of the public roads of thefr respective it Is your own paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
Agent. them hovered their guardian angel rep districts I will contribute as my mite In F.1ro: :J1S'1.1ra.J:100.lIufficleot : : .
rt resented by Helen Cannata. This was aid of the movement, the sum of Twenty to cover the value of the prop- T. WETMORE Proprietor.

: 610 tp 620 West Bay Street, the most beautiful number on the pro Dollars to each district; my only requestIs erty and household effects should be car --- ---

t gramme. Recitation "Duke's Christinns : that you get !good men from all portions ried. Rates are not high. The companieswe 1'IT'II5'dVILLT.: II"V' B."r' ST.A.ElL:
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ," Myrtle UllI'chflel. Recitation of the list let interested. represent are solvent reliable and lib

I, "The Dead Doll," Emily Bond. Violin food Roads Is the main element In eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.

13. L. MOTLOW. solo, }';doa Bond. Recitation, Beth building up any country, they benefit all Don't neglect to take out a policy. SADDLE HORSE:
them or not, and AND SALK
Hruner and Winnie Dixon. Recitation Mike. whether you use FEED
"Iluog up the Baby's Stocking," Edna but few of us but what do use them, 8CHUYLER 4: 3R: ANN ING, "

Bond. !Sung, "Babe of Bethlehem," Mr. either for hauling\ riding or walking. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .STABLES.. BUGGIESySUEBETS

and Mrs. Baggett, Mr. Munson and Mrs.Fields. They are absolutely essential to the farmer Correspondence Invited.
Heading, "The Raising Luzarus convenient to the rider, and surely BAGGAGE ,

," by Mr. Walker. comfortable to the walker, and no one
I Ily The roost amuidug was a dialogue, thing contributes so much to Invite Iml- A Fine Place For Sale TRANSFER,1* ae and TURNOUTS i

'The Pull-back." It was supposed to gration and subsequent settlers and investors M

occur In the time of the pull-back style. as Good Roads.I 200 feet on Indian River and running HAUL1XG: ETC. -- ..all kinds..
the Old Aunt live to see the day that I can
Country to
Mrs. Walker was hope hack SOrvft. to county road; a lot adjoin-
her rt as "Mother ride "Futu-mohile" from the most OSBAN & BRO.
and carried out p on my lug IHSft., river fiont running: back J. M.
1 Dldntylo" splendidly. northerly settlement to the most southerly L-Hrfi. ; on a bluff, 2lift. above the river TITU8V1J.I.E.Back of Graud View hotel.- D FLORID)
side
S i I llatlle Rawer and Eva Owen-dressed settlement In our County, with "which" Is salt water, and three miles i .
In most elaborate ull.backll-wore very DXcurslons to all points In the County.
wide at this place.
liuiiKiuy and proud young ladles. Any organization who will kindly send has been kept
house of six rooms, COMPANY.
The la.t number on the programme,; me the address of their secretary or tainted and in good repair.. ; i5ft. from THE NEW YORK GROCERY
Drill" six little I wit promptly remit.
e'asa"OJ.1Night by treasurer, river bank commanding a beautiful view
in ( and ench With New Year's greeting all, ,
able night caps gowns many of Indian River; stairs lead down to
carrying I a doll and lighted candle. [I am, Yours most truly and dock built out into the POULTRY MERCHANTS)
Then 'the werU distributed. JOHX HKXKY.Mew he river, a WHOLESALE FRUIT PRODUCE &.
presents rater to accommodate am ill boats. Aeverfsiling
The decorations were beautiful, and well with pump near kitcbn We buy for cash, or receive on commission all kinds of Fruits and Frmlun
FIne Liquors Wines, Beers would have cost a small fortune had It Comfort.
"
of
Century and a never-faiilog/ spring We or
but In Floilda. '' door and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. give
Ales Stout Etc. seen anywhere sunny Millions are dally finding,; a world. of lear cool pure water a short distancerom lose personal attention to the consignments and any business entrusted tone,

n WSaud:! me jour orders! EAU OAI.LUC. Comfort In Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It bouse. Home lot and poultry yards Returns an
fenced with poultry' netting. One houseor have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market.
cuts
scalds ,
TITUSVlt.LE and COCOA, FLORIDA.Hodson [ The Christmas tree for the childrenvas tills pain from ulcers burns and fever sores; poultry and Belgian, bares 12x23: : : feet made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes. Cabbage, 1"0tat08Onlooll
held In the Baptist church. The rulses; conquers j .h.v h "...
l lriI building was packed to the doors, and cures eruptions, suit. rheum, bus I anc ana a smaller I fancy poultry v into.v. bearIng Celery, Oiangt, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, reaches, Plum> til'llp4etc.
trees just' coming
Real 74 orange
/
could not find entrance at all felons; removes corns and warts. .
etc.
Bros. many 25o at B. R,. 2 grapefruit trees 2 peach trees, ;i 3 ,
Every little tot In the town was donateda pile cure on earth. Only vines-all beating We solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market.The
/grape
scuppernong
and of the older cLlzenAwere Wilsuu & Son's drug store.
present, many
bnshes
f, several kumquats and guava .
t iAUGALLIE!: INDIAN RIVER, FLA. also kindly remembered by their shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs New York Grocery Co.,
a friends. The recitations by the children
N v Marine Railway. and well rendered. Mr. J. A Good Investment. near the bouse. rive i ico-ni BRIDGE st., JACKSONVILLE. ; FLORIDA
road along near :
Gilbert A good county
of the muslca!
A. having charge
General Merchant and Ship Chandlera.I of the program It is needless to say The Walton Self/ -Eocking Block Co ,, bank, from Tltusville, the county neat,,
purl
S beautiful
I eleven miles north, to Rock ledge a
(
(
p ..Hpeclal! Facilities., that part of the exercises was a success. Boston just capitalized for $100,000.00,, winter resort, nine miles south, wIt
I The thanks oft the various committees has a few more shares for sale at par-
,; r For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing due the ladles and gentlemen who so $20:! the share. Patents on this block are Cocoa, a nice between.little business Railroad town station and i Seeds For Summer Crops.

\ Yacht. and Launches. kindly aided In the details which were secured all over the woild and at present City Point
and school
l Postofllce near.
In the New mile west.
many and various. Eau Gallie never had they are being sold only
Mention the A DVOCATS when writing.Wanted. liner of and all re England states but will( soon branch out Five acres of very tine fruit land near
display
a turned to their homes presents delighted with the Into other states. The profits will be station (from which a little was ,given; for Millets Sorghunis" Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte G

evening's large so now In your time to Invest, before section bouses) containing a beautiful Beggarweed, .
lU.UIR"er. program.There orchid of 100 tr es, mostly
sold. young peach clean.COZAf
were also several trees In private all the shares are !
In bore a fine crop this year;; ::PE.A.
families, all of which were beautiful, A sample block may he seen at the bearing, :

Wo desire to employ a trustworthy and appropriately decorated. ADvoCATE: office, Titusvllle, Fla. fruit good size house and exceedingly: station rich always Whippy Clays Wonderful, Black, Unknown Ladyflngers.
little near
lady or gentleman to manage/ our buitlnoiis I'lie ."rvicellin St. Johns church on Full particulars of the flavor.rents A for $1 or .1.:>0 per month. Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, 35o;; ,per qt.. Postpaid; fl f
\ : In this county and adjoining terri Christmas morning were well attended. AMERICAN PROMOTING: A TRUSTEE Co soil peck; $435: bushel.
this particularly
tory. Our House Is well and favorably Sermon by the Rev. 11. J. Glover. 21, Duane street Boston, )(lIlIa. Experts pronounce culture. Price by ad. Poultry Supplies :Stock: Food Insecticides, Garden To-j.s, Fertls1lo rL
.. known. .;!().O() straight cash salary and adapted to grape "
MKLDOUHNB.: dressing. "BOX 10 L. CAMERON The Seed Store
P I All expennes paid each week by Chock
direct from Headquarters. Kxpouiie Santa Claus came to Melbourne and UardeeYille,Fla 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Taber's .
money advanced;previous experience un- brought so many nice thing for our LYCEUM THEATRE.

i'' 't neoeecaryhodltlunpermanent.; Address, people. A nice tree loaded with presents SUM- r---
HOMES IN A
I'I' TIIOUAR I, C'ooi'Kit, Manager 10-10 Cax- for the little folks and Miss Maude WINTER
P I '' ton Itulldlug, Chicago, HI.TANTLD Hood! as Mrs Santa was excellent; then (Opera House.) MER LAND. Trees

U, 'I little Miss Erneeta. Brown, as the fairy,

i.' : -A TRt'HTWtWTIIY OKNTI.Em that Mrs. Santa brought out of a big TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
'' 1 oleo or lady In each nniinty to nonage' 'pumpkin, 'was Indeed pretty. So all the The Southern Railway has Issued Its Have enviable to name
an reputation for well and true
F being thrifty
iHwIneM for old ..\IOhl.h..1| | tmuM In grown,
all of little beautiful "Winter Homes a ::InmmerLaod"
t .did flnitnnUI, maiiilliiK., A txin adu l lWnilnmiUy ones were happy. Even Jan 8 f 903.at yen Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfl"
the 100J-3. This
at".Ir.bt. another Mrs. Santathll.eIUlonlra. Thursday [ folder for season
i vR.kly c..h. ...IIIy..r 'I ,OO .. .....h Melbourne had customers the United States Government for whom we are growing epw''
,
1 with all *.i|>..n.i'" illrmt from Iead- Charles Oilman, who Folder Is published in very attractive extend"l
.... ..... hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years
qll".ten.| Monny "< "" i| f.'e'"I.| ii Man.raer has spent a number of years At Hotel Corm, and is profusely illustrated with no>"
WO Cllltc.lmUdllllr..hl""u. 2J".3r't Cal'h t"u. This popular lady brought 8:13: o'clock, sharp. photographs of the famous Southern and Orchard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit trees Shade trees: ,

and their environments.It Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue: free.
gifts from her New York home to her winter resorts
OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF( WAI*. !many Melbourne friends." Old and young! also contains numerous views of the GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABER PROPRIETOR,
ton's Rapid Calklug\ Tools now in use rich and poor were remembered by her. scenery from the mountains of the sub
by boat owners In the United States. tropical scenes of Florida and Nassau. Blen Saint Mary, Florid

1 I Price $...041< and *S.OO each, at the AnVOCATR BT. I.VC1K. The Boston Musical This booklet gives full and complete Information .

olllce, Titusvllle, Fla. .. The Christmas tree and entertainmentwas regarding all of the leading

p I a big success, and 'we may tell the winter resorts for health or pleasure,
Land' For Halt AHVOCATK: renders that Mica EuUlieCha md also a complete list of all the smaller The Pioneer Cooperage)
iluHerves credit for her able and Dramatic Co
[ u great utolg: and boarding houses which have

r 17>o acre. flrst-olass pineapple Il\nd. management; of siime. She was financially kcoommodatlons for wlntdr tourists, gtv- LAGRANGE, D FLORIDA.

desirable front, on St. Lucle tlver, at a anointed by Senator Quay and t Senator log rates per day, week and month, and I manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expeditlously.:
bargain. For reasonable terms write. I'eurone and a number of prominent other valuable data to those desiring to
I' \\'. W. Lt.cr., PhlluiU'lpbians, as well as by some of our ocate for the winter anywhere in the When\ In need of a tank, write me for estimate, lUll can yourorder to perfect!'

Tlbbals, Fla. own residents.: The presents were both ,tip' SOMETHING:! XEV'ISOIE'fIlL..G South.If TOM JOHNSON, LaGrauge, Fla.

I numerous and beautiful Seventyfivepersona you are contemplating a trip to anypoint
I Ornylng.Drayln I received presents off the tree. : .. O"ELwQ! do not tall to first supply yourself -

ORT PICKCK.: with this booklet, by sending a one cent

f or hauling; o: dl iuds promptly The Xmas chimney was a. decided sue JON'T MISS IT. YOU WILL BE DE camp to any passenger agent of this Launches For Sale !

(, attended to. MoeM all trains tstove conn. and great credit Is due the ladle. LIGHTED iompnny.: If you are not contemplating
send for will find
I wood supplied. who took such an active part In the a trip, one; you: muchn

ALFRED dAnLIIY: Titusvllle. management.The 'One found of laughter and applause it to Interest you.Winter .
Episcopal Sunday school held their tourist tickets at greatly re-

ta t Clothing donned Dyed, services and l distribution of cards on front start to HnUli. The farce between lined For rates further now particular on sale. as to rates 34: foot Launch 5 z foot beam standing roof, 14 horse power Buffalo Motor
LlirUtmaa, afternoon and quite a number Socles and Paine ,
finished the play It
as
outes and write speed 12 miles. '
was present to hear the Intere.tlnilpleeea I resorts, to

; Pressed and Repaired. latUn'drt"I": spoken! by the children. Miss Ethel Tyler ihould; for a few more scenes like that II. F. CART, 30 foot Launch, 0 foot beam, standing roof, 7 horse power Buffalo Motor.

!\ n specialty. Address, wa the the reel plent of a nice prayer and have' District Pass. Agent
would finished the audience.
20 foot Launch 0 ft. :2 In. beam Motor.
SAMPRIIKI, hymn book, being> the only pupil who Jacksonville. Fla. !glass cabin, 0 horse power Mianus

Magnolia Avenue and Gtb I Street: had not missed a Sunday since the formation Uauston Star. AH In Good Running Order.
: r. O. Box :255. Sanford, Fla. of the Sunday school, which Is a i rtfOLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale
: ADMISSION : :23/; aud :SO cents.
r great: credit to the young lady. The L'heap, at this of ice.
;; f Reading notice ads. on this pAge church was very prettily decorated for Reserved Seats on Sale at B. R. Wilson I

L t are live ceuts per line per week. the occasion '.Drug Store. IC#"" The ADVOCATE does job printing. GEO. R. WALLACE, West Palm Beach, Fla.






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