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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 9, 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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35. NO. 3O. TITUSVILLE_ FLORIDA FRIDAY .JANUARY O, 10O3. PRICE 5o. 1'. : ,I



LOCAL NEWS -Cenatnr: Matt. S. Quay and son, Mi SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. NEW PATTERNS, Llnollum\ Mattings, -Mr. W. II. II. Gleason. of Eau Gal AMONG THE HOTELS. ) i

Richard Quay after upending a coupl Carpets, etc., at J. H. Walker Jk Co's. lie, arrived in town yesterday.Tax .
and Woolen
Messrs. Thos. M.
P. M. ,
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I Topics of General Interest of weeks or BO at St. Lncle, posse of Turnbull, were in town on Sunday -Mr. J. O'Brien, of St. Augustine: Collector E. W. Hall left here,,, :r" The ADVOCATE has opened a f,
through Tltusvllle In their ,
private car., roadmaster of the F. E. C. Railway, ar Wednesday, for his orange: grove at branch oftloo at 41)4) Atlantic avenue, {
on Saturday last, en route to Washington Pineapple offer to men with sroal rived at the Indian River hotel yesterdayMr. l Klondike.J. Boston, Mass., and literature of the East t J
TIlE ADVOCATE, D. C. They will again return late capital. Look shut ply for W. W. Luce' Coast of Florida will bedistributedthore jj
In advance. In the season. ad. on page 8.Mr. w Percy' (Walton has been enjoyIng MSS SONS': IMPROVED TRAC- r
In
whoso ads.
annum from hotel are
itrl.50 per visit with his family in Titusvillethis tidal clippers. Loots at James ; managers,
a orange
11.00 "six months, -Dr. and Mrs F. II. win McFarlaad this will\ be remembered and contracts '
Iloughton: and Mrs. Wm. II. week, having arrived (tom Phlladel- Prltchard A Sou's.Mr. paper, 1
|$2.00[ per an. to foreign countries. have been spending some time In Georgli who have on a trip to( Cuba, are expected last for Advertising will be C.Val '
phia Fild.iy.Mr. : .
subscribe for the ADVO and Jacksonville and Daytona, stopped In Titusvllle next week. U. L. Motlow laying acoqulna our representative, Mr. Claude I

when you It does not cost over at the Indian River hotel, Titus, Geo. W. Scobie, of Tltusvllle sidewalk In front of his property, whichIs ton, at 40( Atlantic avenue, Boston. I
by the year, you E, A. WADDELL, 'MIAMI, IS TIlE ,,
E Included. vtlle, from Tuesday until Wednesday, to was a visitor at Vero and Grant tho first a pood; Improvement.
week, postage Ho has real estate of Where to stop along; the East Coast.
cents want.
|o per man you I
fish business
of the week after his
their friends. then left looking -
lite date of expiration printed upon see many They all kinds for sale. Call on him. -Quite a few lawyers have been In See list of hotels on pages 4 and 7. \ '
for Ttbbals, on a short visit to the! at those points. town this week attending to law matters
week. Thii
Ir paper or wrapper every No nf'ed I friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, ei -Capt. John McLean, of Jensen' has -Mrs. M. S. Jones and Miss Annie before Judge M. S. Jones. Where to stop In Tltusville See TI-
*
(receipt for your money. route to their floating homo at Wes been enjoying; a visit to Titusvllle this Jones who the holidays tusvlllo hotel ad on our 7th page. J
Ins to send receipt for subscription Palm Beach. week. He was on his way home from have been spending; READ THIS. Toys at iill<> per cent from
Lucle and returned tc Is file at all
St.
to at Quay, The ADVOCATE now on
I date gl"eslt you. Daytona. coat price next ten days' to close out. 1
nr- TO CLOTHING: AND DRY Tltusvllle on Saturday. J. 1C. Walker: Co., Tifusvlllo. the best hotels In New York city.

Reading notice ads. are ten cents GOODS MERCHANTS. SHOES SHOES, SHOES. Walker iS FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDS winter The ADVOCATE Is on file every week tnt
Kent, a Nine, Corner Brick Co., Tltusville, have an up-to-date line -Mr. X. Bristol, a prominent
sale Miami Fla. Havana,
this page. for bv E. A. Waddell the American Club, \ I
[line on the
resident of Itockledge
Store:! In Tltusville. the county of Ladies', Children's and Gentlem'n's5hoes. Call write. Price to suit' all parties was among
launch cheap 1?>> Read & Co. or pleasant callers at thin otllce, on Wednes Visitors to Jacksonville advised to
-Do you want a town of Brevard, on Indian See them. J. R. Walker Improved and unimproved I..IIIdll.Mr. are
[ ads. on his page. River. /Suitable for clothing, day. stop at those hotels whose ads, are on
Mount Dora gents furnishings, dry goods, Attorney A. Vans Agnew, a prominent .' J. A. Crows, representing the -Take note of the n l. of Mr. E. C. our 71 Ih page
G. B. Gates, of of I lalll mmce has been a
Miss attorney ,
etc. Rare, chance for a good, Times-Union .Citizen/; was a caller at Johnson, one of Cocoa's prominent merchants
for West lie Hotel Poncn do Loon St. Augustine
among the passengers pleasant visitor to town this week. 1
-s this office He his
up-to-date business man on on Tuesday was on He Is bidding for a share of
Beach this week. had some law business attend to he- under the able management of Mr.\ Itobt. '
m to various as far south as '
the East Coast Immediate way places patronago.
your will for the season Wednesday tt
fore Judge M. S. Jones Murray, open ,
returned totimville Miami.
B-ui'r. Frank II. Mathews possession. Full particulars Station Agent F. I' Barron had his next, the 1 llh Instant.Mr. .
last, after a ten days nf M. Robbins Titusville Messrs. W. I. Willett F. G Willett
Sunday Geo. -Mrs. W. M. Woodward of DeLand who still resideat
wife and little daughter' '
|t with relatives in Ocala. mar- Fla. and Tom Wlllett\ : prominent resident after spending a week very pleasantly as Port Orange visiting with him several Henry W. Merrill bus been working -
,
this week the
short like Trojan getting
of Maitland. were in Titusvllle a is
TO E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI,, Lleut.-Govornor Timothy Woodruffand while yesterday, en route to the Claien- the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Geo. W. Sco day list week. Royal Palm, Miami\ In readiness for the
want to buy choice bits of Mr. Charles 11'. of New bie, In Titusville, returned to her home
fla., If you Naething, arrived which will bo next Monday 11
don Inn, 8e breeze, for a while. last -Mrs. J. II. Pope, of Miami, opening,
of Culler estate. Sunday.Mr. ,
cal estate. Manager York; Senator Wm. Ln Roche, of Brooklyn visit of e
In Tltiiavllle Tuesday on n a
and Valentine Wood WHEN YOU WANT CLOTHING OB Manager Fled Storry will open Hotel
J. Moss
LIeut. A. J. C. Quay, son of Sf'natortt. ; Mr. M.S. Sams, a well known orange week or two with the Misses Kate and
kind made cull at Mand11vllle'aJewelry Royal I'olnclann, Palm Beach, on Wednesday -
bridge N.J. all crack shots and "mlghtj ,
i ; any of of the
was" a
the guest
Conrtrnay, Zandle .
has been enjoying grower: Stewart.Mr.
S. Quay' hunters are expected in Tltusvllle tomorrow Store. Nine hundred sample next, the 14th Instant-tho day
Indian River hotel Tltusvllle a coupleof
this
Lucie ,
ntlng and fishing at St. Saturday, to take a hunting to select from. A./II. O'Neal will take days the first of the week, en route II. B. Mace and Mr.\ D. T. Bell, when more extra trains will be placed

ek.Mr. and fishing; cruise with Prof. J. M. LAliln I your measure. A fit guaranteed.Prof. home from a visit to Daytona. who have been spending several weeksIn on tho run between Jacksonville and

K.; B. Raulerson, of Fort fierce,, on the cosy and roomy house-boat, Rose attending town, left, Monday, for Eau Gallie Miami.
Johu D. Teeter after
Is In town from Tuesday until Wed- Marie, now In commission and anchored Messrs. R. N.-Andrews, C. P. Plaits and other points south. That and homelike hotel the
Teacherll'Allsoclation ,
of the
the meeting State cosy
liday, en route to his orange grove near off the railroad wharf. Their cruise and J. K. Fnltz, members of the Urevard
may ned Tltusvllle Janoovllle Ormond under the popular management ;
at Orlando, retul to -Mr. Henry I. Sloane of ,
/School Board and Mr. R. E. Mlms Superintendent '
[Ilarney. extend as far south as Palm Beach and the end of last week. On Monday of; Public Instruction ,were WIs., stopped over hero from Thursday of Mossr' Anderson A Price, will

Irll. Copp of Savannah, Ga., Is It.MI Miami. he resumed school, with a membership In town this week attending to their, usual until Friday last, on his way to Cocoa, throw open Its doors to the traveling

visiting her sister, Mrs. W. 8.nDlnlt. Major F. M. Taylor, having receivedhis of 1JO.Master: duties on the Board. to look after his property. public on Monday next, the 12th Instant.
hue is accompanied by her of 'Titus Already they have a large number of I'
appointment as postmaster
Karl Schuyler, of Jensen -Miss Grace Reid, who has been li
Commissioners R. Mlor of this
{o little sons. vllle he was duly Installed on Wednes. until i County bookings for season.
,
stopped over here from Sunday spending; the holidays with her mother, ,
Sunday hunting Is against the law,,, day In the place uf M rs. S. I. Norton. Monday as the guest of Capt and Mrs J.Indlanola C. Jones; It.ot A.Quay Conkling; and J., of F.Tillman Bell, of; at this place, returned to Rollins College, Mr. A, I). Gushing! who has been at
,
kl I Brevard County Commissioners! have The transfer was made by Mr. John C. F. Fischer He was on his return tc White In town this week Winter Park, on Monday.Mr. the United tales hotel, Saratoga, N. Y..
trusted Sheriff Brown. to look after Henry, representing: the government and Rollins College, Winter Park, after spending City, were Brevard, upon all the summer, passed through Tltus
connected with the
the bondsmen of Mr.\ J. T. Baseett and business J. II. LeTourneau, a prominent
I lawbreakers.The ; the holidays with Ills parents, Mr. vllle, Wednesday, on his way to Palm
Mr.\ Geo. W. Scobie, representing Major Board of County Commissioners.Mr. pineapple grower of Eden, was In town Beach where he will again be Installed
,
and Mrs.\ Chas./S.:! Schuyler.Mr. ,
family of Mr. W, P. Roger, of Taylor. Mrs. M. A Sell DlIl'f'nnr has beer Henry.J EQQor: ; left here, Fridaylast from Saturday until Monday, attending at the Royal Polnolana All assistant room

lando, panned through here recently,, sworn In as aslsumpostmaster! and E. A. Waddell, Miami's proml. for Miami, where he will open a to some law matters before the Judge. clerk, under the genial Mr. Fred C. King,

] route to Little River, where Mr. Rog- everything; seems to he going along: "at nent real estate dealer, came up as far atTltusvllle Oust clans erncery stoie. Mr. ElCller'sftlRny Attorney S. L. Patterson, that genial the tourists' friend.
> Is engaged In growing tomatoes. smooth ac a marriage' bell." Success tc last Friday, to meet his wife .
friends. In this section are sorry to YOllDjtlember'of the> law firm of of the ad. of the
Take note
ILL AT F. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- the new Incumbents. and little daughter, who were on their see him In leave, but we all wish him much Item A Patterson, MUnil, was In Tltusvllle Fla.
hotel Altarnonte on our
Gallery Tltusvlllo, and see way from Boston to the county town of success In his new field of labor from Tuesday until yesterday at, home-like
irraphlo ,
-Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Flajtlet"entertained Dade, to .spend the winter. Mr. Waddell 4th page This In a cosy, hotel
[his samples of Photographs. Flash a small par'y of frleuds at aNew -It like old times tending to law mutters and and
U vIce-pieMident of the First National was just Monday, among the orange groves pines?; ,
Sights by appointment at any tln>e.Always ,. Year's dinner at Whitehall, Thursday Bank of Miami. to see Mr.( And Mrs.\ T. F. Nevins, Mr. J. -In consequence of the resignation; of IN an AI, up-to-date house, under the '

something new. nlaht. Among the honored guests Quald and III r. JelT.Nevlns, Brooklyn, Mr\ Henry Kgtter In the store of E. L. management of &11'. Geo. E. Bates, the '

Mr. J. C. Hancock and family, of was Mr. Joseph Jefferson, who acted ir -Capt. G. O. Gleanon, of the Florida N. Y 'J hey were on their way to their Brady: Jk Urn., his place Is filled by Mr, weil- Down proprietor of the the Grand, I
the capacity of oast-man1' Others Coast Line Canal and Transportation Co.,, fine and hotel at Mor- < famous resort hotel' Mount I !
lire, 111, were passengers forStuact on orange grove place Ed. Knox, and Mr. Trcz Wilson occupies i summer {
lnencUy, where they will reside per present were, Mr. and Mrs. Kenan: Mrs, who was In town the early part of the lUte Their many friends are always Mr KDOX'S lecently-vacated position Vernon N. H.Wednesday's. s

tinently. Mr. Hancock will pine Wise, Mis. Kenan, Mr. and Mis. Freder week on business, left for St. Augustine, pleased to see them on Indian Itlvor. Mr. tJ.
plea and other fruit. The pink grow paper Ick Robert, Mrs Joseph Jefferson, :Mr, Wednesday. While here he completed Quald Is the father of Mrs.\ Nevlns. lIe -1\1r. Goo R. Fearing, Jr., of Boston, train took south, Mr.\

lows. and Mrs. E. M. O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs all arrangements for removing; the bin looks hale and hearty, and Is 07 years of who has been the guest: of Col. C. P. Morton Leslie W. Maxson, manager of the Kent .J

Fred Slerry, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cory. Dr dredge the company recently purchasedfrom May he visit us more years. at Canaveral Club, for two or three and Waldemere hotels, Lakewood, N. J.
many
-Miss Mildred Woodard Is spending and Mrs Fremont-Smith, Mr Lelanc C N. Newcomb at Rivera, lo Oak age. weeks, left for home on /Sunday.:! lie had Mr. Msxson\ who stepped off the trainto t

le week In Titusville. It has been twc Sterry, Mr. W. Gordon Brown.-Tiopl. Hill, where dredging operations are now -Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Freeman, of great sport billing ducks! alligators, say "How-do-you-do" to his Titusvlllo -

lars since Miss Woodward has been in cal Sun. being carried on. It will be ,>metlm< Philadelphia, arrived at the Indian River snakes, etc. He had some of the alligator friends, was on his, way to Palm

Iiusvllle, must of which time was spent before any work will be done In the Lake hotel, Tltusvllle Sunday, and left next skins cuied, and took them to Boston Beach, where he will again hold the re-

1 Louisiana, and her numerous friendsre -The Boston Musical and Dramatic Worth dilltrlct.-'J'ropical/lun./: day for LaGrange, on a visit to Mr. and with him. Mr. Fearing has not had ipuuslble position of cashier at the Hotel p '

are glad to welcome her to her old Co., composed of Miss Helen Trlckej Mrs. B. F. heat They returned here on such good duck shooting In many Years: Royal Poinciana.
ume town. and Messrs. Walter Ecclesand Walter E,. -Miss Emma Wright; of this place,, Tuesday, and on Wednesday Mr. Freeman -

Paine, gave a very creditable entertain gave a 'Candy-Pull Social"::: on Friday went quail shooting with Dr. E. E. -Mr, W. P. Hale, the Impersonator,

I-Dr. E. E. Rollins, L. A. Brady and meat at the Lyceum Theatre, Tltusvllle,,, evening last, when, all sorts of game liolllns, and brought In 20 quail. Yesterday gave an entertainment at the Mchool- CHURCH NOTICES

JJloyd Peacock composed a hunting party last evening. Miss Trlckey's violin solot were Indulged In, to while away the time he went duck shooting with Mr. II..UM>. Tltusvllle, ..Wednesday evenIng -

Ihich started out bright and early last were received with well-merited applause pleasantly until 11 :::10. Mrs. E. E. Rol! W. S. Norwood, but was evidently having which was fairly well attended. Illsdullneatlons f

ftiday morning In quest of deer. They while Mr. Palne's Impersonations and has assisted' Bliss Wright In receiving, such glorious sport that he had not, ( of character were rather The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday

*turned on Saturday with two fine deer, singing were excellent. Mr. Eccles' bur. and all present reported an enjoyable returned up to the time of going; to press grand, and elicited much laughter; but school will meet at 8X:: ) every !Sunday:
nl their numerous friends have been and humorous Im, evening. Among those present an An- his selection from the Ben Htir Chariot afternoon. ,
this
lel'qnll performances morning
'.isting on delicious venison for the pastw personations were all that could be desired VOOATK reporter noticed: Mrs. E. E. Race was one of his best. On the whole Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine f

days. and he was roundly applauded It Rollins, Miss Emma Wright; of Tltusvllle -Mr. E. M. Hoi man, one of the largest Ir was a voiy fair one-man entertainment service In Ht. Gabriel's church, Tltusvllle
I :Mlas\ has Gertrude B.Ives Philadelphia jewelers In Worcester, Mass., arrived at ,
Marie Quarterman, who was a good entertainment throughout, ; Miss ;; Sunday/: next, at 11 a. m. and
fen on a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. II. and everyone seemed pleased with It. Miss Minnie\ Jones Live Oak, Fla.: ; Miss the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, on -Mr. JS Franz one of the best-known 7:10: .
hansen, at filberts Bar house-of- Aleph Mlms, Tltusvllle; Miss Martha I Saturday> last, to spend a month or so. oommerclal travelers In the state, who Isspecial I p.m.Tentd 1sj.sj.

'uRe, was a guest of the Sembler cotta -A very enjoyable progressive whist Jones, Waycross, Ga. ; Ml>s Agnes; Whit- .II r. llolman I I..* accompanied by his wife, agent for the Dlebold Safe and

Titusville, several days thin week. party whs given Monday evening by 1\1 rand ten, Daisy. Ga.; Miss Mettle Jones, Way- who Is much pleased with Tltusvllle and Lock Co., was In Tltusvllle on Monday, tor Hale Cheap.

Jie, In company with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Gen. D l. Bobbins, of south TI. cross Ga.; Miss\ Bessie Grlsard, Winchester Its climate. They are filling la the time and while here sold a large steel vault to -

rlando' Quarterman, left on Wednesday tnsville. There were three tables and Tenn.; Messrs. Allan N. Mt-dd.\ C'has. horse-back riding hunting sailing, fishing the Brevard County Commissioners, for Protect your orange trees and tender

fr their home at Canaveral, via steamer the participants played with great zeal H. Walton G. O. Howard, A. II. O'Neal. etc. On WeJoesdaythey went duck the County Clerk's new office. It Is said plants from cold; fiK( ) McFarland tents,

f Idgeon. until about 11 :00 o'clock. At the conclusion Casper Mlmn, O. L. Msndavllle and S.: shooting: along the river bank, Mrs IIol- to be one uf the finest vaults In the state all sizes, for sale, cheap.

of the game; the prize were" W. Moldy, Tltusvllle; and Parker Grls- man killing one and Mr. llolman three for the security of valuable deeds, books, WM. M. BROWN,

-Mr. F T. Budge, of Miami, came up awarded us follows: Gentleman's first ard, Winchester, Tenn.Gardner's ducks. After a little more practice, they records, etc. ; and! when placed In the Tltusvllle, fla. 1

''Tltusville, Saturday last, on a special prize, Mr. Chas. Walton;second prize, upset to bring home at least thirty new office Mr. A. A. Stewart will feel I'
Olin'
; Mis. Budge having telegraphed Ladies' first prize
Mr. Frt d A' Morgan. ducks a day. of It.
101 to come Immediately, as their little was won by Master Rufus Robbins, who Flyers. justly proud For Sale, at Daytona.

"ighter, Dorothy, was seriously ill\ look the place of a lady. After the distribution WHO DID 11'1' Walker took the meas -A case that caused\ some Interest lo I

ttb a bad cold, which threatened torn of the prizes, refreshments and 12yds Lonsdale or Fruit Loom 91.00 ure, Continental Tailoring will Company town yesterday, before Judge M.\ S. Choice Hammock lands, particularly

> into pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. muslo followed, and the party dispersed 20yds; brown cotton, vard wide 1.00 made them-try Walker, be please Jones, was that of the Tuttle Estate vs. adapted for growing Oranges, also Irish
n'lge and : and with the flannel 1.00 you. J. R. Walker A (;0., Tltusvllle.lrlliters Geo. A. of Miami. I twits*con a
family are visiting Capt. about midnight, well pleased Klyds brown cntton Worley, potatoes. Will sell In lots of from 10 toGO t
''r Jag. Piiichard and their TI- those only ,0<) for violation of an injunction
many evening's amusement. Among: Aaron ginghams, Monday tempt proceeding; ( acres. C. BOOKMAN: ,
>"ville friends are pleased to leam little present were: Mr. and Mrs. K.!: M. Hoi- Mississippi Bubble, Leopard's Wanted. by culling a wire fence at Mi\ 10m Jacksonville\ Flo. 4'

ins' Dorothy la gelling over her Illness.ET man, of Worcester, Mass. ; Mrs. D. W. Spots, Virginian, Monday only 1.20 ami. The court sustained Mr.\ Worley's

:ME Monroe Mrs.( M. P. Bobbins, Mr. and, GARDNER Titusville Fla. and sober demurrer to the contempt proceedings I ,
MAKE YOUR CLOT Ei. I 0. A. Four swift, accurate typesetters Messrs\ To Grower of Orange and t
and Mrs. Percy but continued the Injunction.
have Mrs. Fred A. MorlanIr.: at $;;u.OO
employment
over nine hundred sample to select can secure
Walton Mr. AllanN.: Medd, Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and H. L. Patterson Grapefruit. rl rlt
O. months
from. Can be seen at Maudavllle'sJewelry Launch For Sale. per month, for the winter by the Tuttle Estate and Col.
Robbing, ,
Rufus represented t
Master
Chae.; II. Walton, to the
Store. A fit guaranteed. A.IO's'eal. applying at once -
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cock mil, of Jacksonville, represented
aDd the host and hostess, Co. I
: DKAX Puiir.iaiiiNO w
,
"
Launch "Manhattan, owned by the Mr Worley. Orange and! Grapefruit Growers are
Beo. M. Bobbins. 1 late II. Julius Smith. Length, a1} feet. West Palm Beach, Fla. requested to send prices, per box, of the

Yawl Sale. Fen h. Murray *: Tregurtha; engine. CREX Grass Carpet, Grass Furniture, different grades and sizes of the above
Outing for p.
To Investors. Jlosod: cabin. Recently overhauled and Winter Home for Hale. Grass Carpet, Urans Kug, only at J. to FitKn STiitny, F '
condition. Bottom R. Walker A: Co., Tltusvllle. Royal Polnclana,
first-class
Length 20 feet, beam 8 feet, draught put In r
inches. Good Cablu, Two berths. With\ ten years successful pineapplerrowlng co.: per sheathed. Speed, 0 miles. For A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 Palm Beach, Fla. f "
Address which has paid 23; per cent net and further Information Inquire of, Sloop 'or Sale.
Box 107, ; price acres, small, 3-room cottage; 2OO orange
TltusvHle, Fla. profit, we Invite capitol to co-operate Inn Mrs. II. JUMUS SMITH: and grapefruit trees, l.V bearing; 0,081 Healed 1IUU Wanted.
hundred Fla. For sale, the fine sloop yacht Awl JIll.
Rockledge
the development of one 7feb pineapples, under good; cypress shed; and In condition. Ilerlength -
and a all complete good
Launch for Sale. icres. Best of references Invited.given Japan persimmons, mangoes, guavas Is ilHft : beam, 12ft. ; draft. :2ft. Sealed bids will received by the undersigned ,

borough Investigation BROS., A Good Investment. and other fruit. Good water protection. Mahogany\ finish.' Can be seen at Tltus' until noon, Monday, Feb. 2nd.

.- feet long, built by Geo. Glnorrass, HARDER Jensen Andrews, Box fl, vllle. Will sell cheap for cash. 11KM: for the following work. [I reserve '
Fla.
, lone year old, first-class condition. Brevard Co., Fla. The Walton Self-Locking Block Co., Georglaou, PKTEH NELSON!: Marine Hallway, the right to reject any and all bids]:
I'''l uppe
I"1 Address, baR a few more shares for Dale at par- Healed DUN Wanted. terminus at the north line of Dummltt '

Launch, care ADVOCATE, Houseboat For Sale. t 1J5:!: the share. Patents on this block are l-"lealIJle i and Orange Land. grove, through this grove, and to a dlstanre -
Tltusville, Fla. /ecu red all over the world and at pre- of one and one-half miles south of
sold only In the Newinglaod Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned -
houseboat ent they are being be cut out and all f
comfortable and land, on It. Right of way to
For sale a Feb 2nd Choice pineapple orange
until Monday: ,
states but will soon branch out noon, ,
For Sale a House Boat. ; length, 53ft.: beam 13ft. between Waveland and Sewall's obstructions removed from same Road
peninsular
: I
imensions work. [ reserve
The will be 1003 for the following
other states. profits .
head-room be
In Into wide. Wire fence to fur.i.hed
Inches both the Indian to be 12 feet
4In.; draught. 18 ; now Is time to Invest before the right to reject any and all bids]; Point, fronting on '
bedding and large, so your and erected on each aide of road i'
Anchors, sails, end and St. Lucle Rivers, beautiful location ,
ou" -Boat cabin Oft.. church to north
for-sale 32 Jft. long one the shares sold. From LaGrange
,' all are 1 Sold In 5 awl for about W of a mile. Four wires- k
*' utensils, etc. track to near Gilbert's Bar Inlet.
old.
with everything complete, bedw cooking at A sample block may be Men at the of shell road near Mlm.-Horae wire. 1'osts to be Ilear&1IItbtwoo.l
' Il, dl8hes aDd aaUs, for '10t>.00. Boat This cosy houseboat Is now lying LnvocATB office, Tltusvllle, Fla. be filled In with good marl, 10 as to shed 10 acre lot*. Also new, three-room cot- strong, plain set 10 feet apart.

Imi> at Knox: Brod's warehouse, near Itusville, and will be sold cheap. Fla. Full particulars of the water. Ruts In wagon: track filled and tage to rent. Apply to Jon It. \WAIKF.I-: .
low, Address, J. M. Ladln, Tltnsvllle ; JOH.K.. WAMCCH; C. H. RACEY,
[ Fla. Address A THCTSTEE Co. ,
street LMERICAN; PKOMOTIXO: : repaired. Commissioner DUt. Nu. 1.au .
118 Fulton Waveland Fla. 4t County ,
R. B. ALLEN: or C. K. Naetblng, 21, Doane street, Boston, Mass. 4t County Commissioner, Dlst. No. 1. lapl .f

ftt. Augustine, Fla. few York City.



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I MASTEK-S S4t14Ls.NOTlCit AH ;ii :157 11.494 I'

through! this painted panel that the a. 'V#. 85 .{> ::1211:!

sasslu or assassins of Count Bonmartl- IS HEREBY OIVEX THAT UNDER Sw corner of lot 3 88.14"
d passed on that tragic night In August. .Tire by virtue of a decree of foreclosure All 8 30 ;::1;i7All ',.I4I!'

Tulllus JlurrL brother of tbe rA1 and sale made and entered by the C.rcuic, 5 3u( ::1"!7 "''"'1)
Court for tin Fourth Judicial Circuit Florida, All {0 30 ,
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6;r
,,, I II aBYO countess.. baa confessed that It was he la and for the County of CUT; In Chancery sic : 11l; "
II I + that felled the tlnir, on the 23rd of December. imt. In a certain WJi.) nw tr.{ of se#, s6
I who wielded the dagger I ca..... therein pending wherein The rVraniiylvan- of aeyj.: . .'. . 80 30 ,1 f" 41),-. ?'
1 victim of a woman's cunning and IaCompanyforlusnranaraon Lives and (iruntInir W1.iw6 of neyse;( ofne4
1i (qTF hatred. But tbe police will not believe AnnultieeI.coinplalnantandthe.tacksoti I of I
i I ville.Tainoa and Key Went. Railway Company hJ' seJi, ee3Of
that he was alone when that secret Alice Williams. t>. R. Wlllisns. Rolwrt H. Cole- seCfi .32 80 ::1 r,.. -,,(,*/,,I

1. MCStI panel In the wall flew open. They say oArchibald Rogers H T. Kendall. ss aolg- All . .'. .& :ttl ;<<.. I;.:-2'
i4t'w nee of Kolmrc H. C..I..rn..nh" Chatham Nation
tbat Carlo SaC<'bl was In the plot and al Bonk. Edward: H. McDonald; Harriet. Walker, All .31 30 :s. ,. :"

may have assisted In the destruction of Frank W. rope and tbe Mleareal'd: Valley Realty NwJsg( ]$. .- 8 80 :ail I-I t

I the marked victim. COIDrmy..re. : defendant" ... bidderiiroBnli,. ; I.will I offer. at for I publio sale, All 1 30 ::1\1\ ,AlY! ,

But the ancient palace kept well Its outcrr.bf.,., the Court House door of the said 55.5& o"W.H 8 ao ;hSPi ''J
County of Clay Btate or Florida. Ill the.ity of . . . . .11 30I:\! :] :
secret. tragedy for a whole fortnight Green Cove 81>r\ng., therein on the All . . .: . 18 ::16 :a It1!I I,II)'",
of the l
None entered tbe apartments FIRST MONDAY IX FKBRITARV, A. D., 1903. All. . . . . ]V 3'1' :Jj! rllg; '

Al count. But one day there came a vague 1 All . . .211) ::10 31:I!' s sWSy 1.1'',
L: alarm.one bad seen the count arid r an.l"the came'legal being ftle.thesecnmt day. within day the of tern said\! noun mo tb of of nwyy, lJw. . 283111::\ :!lOt;.

the police were notified. Tbey went to _; ui .sale the property described in said decree as All I. . .. . ...20 313 :j\I\ 'iut

ills apartments. His body was found follow : All .f. ... .. . .30 ::10li': !' 'd401f
The mentlnnm and descTllied
mortgaged
stretched on the floor. lie bad been In naJil decree property a.d: in the Ixll ofrom-- All. . . . . .:U 841it/ : 'ili Ii>

stabbed In the heart. There were other dalnslnaal.lcaune, and particularly) described All. . . . . 32 aa .i1.I III11. f(,,

wounds. too, and the room bore unmistakable j'$W theretofore In E"hlbil"O". sold described.thereto excepting in Exhibit "U"the to lands the .\ . .. . .. . . ..3 an :3y.! '11101

evidences of a terrible life and f I said Mil, to-wlt ..situate lying and Icing In the All. . . ... . . :.! 37 :3S IIII\:, \

''I death struggle. ; countlea of Krevanl Clay, Citrus, Uade, All. . <. .. . .. 4:17;: ::1-: 1:1 I, .,g,
) I L Lake Lee, Alnnatee., Marlon. .Monroe, All. . . . . (0 37 a 1:111": ,
f "'I! The dainty little note was found. Sev- Mceula, Bt.Johns, Bumter, Volusia. JIe8oOO'1{ All . . . . :
.1017:
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. | nitnuin.in the State of. Florida, and ; J:I' 114141,
N N N N N N oral articles of feminine apparel wereetrewn Ltr'4 as follows I All . . .. . . 1237S.i.lie'

f" : around. There was an empty I2T BREVARD COUNTY.sec. All. . . . . .14 37 :i-: ,,;;

uampagne bottle and two glasses, as T. R. Arrex All . . . . .18 37 :?JIH.: .; .
: "A If two persons-tbe count and a woman !4II jt All... i .... .. .. . .. .. . 7 :u<> 34 eel 00 All. . . / . . 19 37 ::1)- ,iWI; .
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J.D1f all ofrao .... . .. \9JO: 34 WJ! on
( -had been drinking together. The most ., all off mo. .. .. ... .. . ....1ft :ill 84 *') 11 All . .'i., :. . 20 37 :I-! .1.41.6'
f expert detectives In Europe were put on Lout,2,3and4: .. .. ...... .. .. .19 :20 94 2s7 81 All . . .r, . .2* 37 3>- L.JUJ; 4
n all vr rrae. ... ... .. .. .... ... 3.1: SO 34 840 All . . . . 20 :37 .If. J mi; I
i .i4. II
... ...
'.ot81..nd3. . M 20
34 1 HI 111fI..com..rnfaw"
"I Cot ntess tbe mystery. But they found nothing rf:4v'1 a .. M : ) ofa.!{.. ... .. .W 20 34 8 noHeXofteV All . . . . 28 37 :i.! "MAll <<- 1 '

I .. that would bring a solution. ..... ... .. .... .. ......31 M 3ft 40 On . . . . .2i:!1)! 37 i.1o: '.H.JI,,
i Then all Italy was startled a few N.. corner of lot 4 '.. ........ ..11) 20:11I SIX) All . . . . 8037: :.If.. 'p,4i3, : (
allot rno .,.... .... .. 310: SB 2111
i: ; Plots days ago'; by tbe announcement of Professor KM ot nutf( ,... ...... ..... 1 21 34 MOIl( All . .. .i . . 3137.1-: no,
; t it :Murrl the famous Italian icbolnr NwtfornwU.. .. .. .. ............ :2 21 34 NI( (t) All . . . . .32 37 :iv, ,.WOo; ,
a, ,5 : W54 of IH-K.\ ne!<4 of ne.. It 21 8.2" OO W?5 . . ., . . al: 37 ::1'I".: ("P1p1' J
and father of the that his
countess, _._ ,, ,_ .e., r ._{,._ NwK! \ ofncW, ge& of netf\ ... ..28 :VI 84 80feu Of' '
To Sl son, Tulllus MtirrI was the assassin of -- '=... .w.. "'"", '" J.O': '''''''''' I ofnw ot DWo(. ...... ... 2H 21 H4 to (XIilloffrna All . .. . . . .34 ::17I' .n.ia, :

i ..y l .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. 1 U: 33 103 SO All '.' I'; . . . 30 37 a.: i 4, '.
Count Bonmartlnl. The young man'smotive A nervous, Irritable mother often on the verge of hysterics, is J NU or njjj! of .w5( of nw.5( sel( .
of! < < All . . : . . 4a7alI.wAll : !' i
was accredited to deep hatred unfit to care for children ; it ruins! a child's disposition and reacts of.,.,".. ... .... .. .. .. .. 6 21 311 M (N) '. 46
. . . . 5> .,
117 3-! ,
;: N N N N .. NA The al It l of frao..... .. ... ...... ..11 21 :. 24000til i,7 9&&
N .. v. *,* N .. Nt born of his brottier-ln-law's 111 treat. upon herself. trouble between children and their mothers : .. ... .. .... .. .13 21 38 tioI'l i.J'!'' All . . .'. . . 0 37 .in' .,-\t
went of his sinter. too often is dna to the fact that the mother has some female Nw cornero. nab\ of ne3 X 18 :21 35 500WKofnw3w4ofawyse \ All . .TT .. . . 7 :37 3i!' itiiAll !' jI 9

r Professor Murrl said that his bad weakness, and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain her '( of . . . . 8 :37
son upon nerves "wI,( .. ......... .. .. ..19 21 35 20000 3'!' '!44l 1I '4
story of the murder at Bo written to him from his retreat In that governing a child involves ; it is impossible for her to do anything ill of tote .. ...:-J3 VI 38 18300/ All .' . 9 I 37 3!' 1.121:!

T"E Italy.ot Count Ilonmar-- Servla confessing the details of the calmly. She cannot help it, as her condition is due to suffering and h U.Sl.(ewj. .,.nU.. .of...mss...!. ,.ewy.of.. .. .. se.29 21 .v1 w JL 9 of sew. II. ]087 :3//\1!' soW)
38 60000
!, salon of a noble family of murder. He said that he bad decided shattered nerves caused by some derangement of the uterine system tf! w
ancient birth. reads like a to take his own life rather than face a with backache, headache, and all kinds of pain, and she is on the verge corner nMkt of nw,", .... .29 21 38 2000eiofae4 All . . .. .. . 17 87 :3i!. 1,3741,;
,r chapter from the Italian middle apes, tribunal of Justice. of nervous prostration. *' :of ..... ... .. .3J 21 38 4000N'K All . . . .'. 18 37 :3fi I!' (Una;

but even the horrors of that atrocious But this confession When a mother finds that she cannot be calm and quiet with her nwuswK. .. onewoset/ .. .:.. ... 31 21 38 20000Swcorneruf.wKot.ayl. All . . . . 10 37 3u I, (orj
iF period pale before this was accepted ... Kl:: 21 38 8 POIII All . . . . .20 37 31!' >I"."< JO
recital of a with reservations by the police. They children,she may be sure that her condition needs attention,and( she cannot of fmc ... ... 38 21 88 12700iwW All . . . . 21 :37: 3i!' i,;.11> mAll
crime perpetrated<< within the lordly clung to the belief that the real !Instigator I do better than to take Lydia Ji Pluklinm's VejretaMe Compound. of wU wU of a e'| of nwyjnKoswt.wiof.wy(6
J 22 . . . . .2237 pt!> ',:!f 44
wall of an ancient pnhire. of the murder was a woman and This medicine will build up her system' strengthen her nerves, and to corner "f.w>. of ne! ,i .. .. 6 :Ki 3H 38! 1KO 18 tlO.ot.2a14 00 AV' . . . . 23 37 3:1: .1i:"' is;

But It all this be strange and Inexplicable that woman none other than the count. enable her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene. The ... .... T 22 I131 ftO All. . . . . .-. .20 37 89 114.14 I, !'

what of the fact that the et'>I. Finally they secured warrants for children will soon realize the difference and seeing their mother quiet, Hwconyrotue.ofcea NwunrnrrorDapofnw/\ ... 27 2w V4 H7 38 10 lo rd og All . . . . 27 :37 31) il't'ini" '.

i assassination of the nobleman was the her and tbe maid. Ito lntl BonettL Thelattt'r will themselves become quiet. ill l. .. ... .. .. .. .... ...... /8 31 .18 KM: Mill All .,. . . ., . 2S! 37 :30 "MOl(
I If 4 plot of a woman, and that woman ... ... ..... .. ... ... T 81 38 Sail Mi All . . . . .29! :37 8l! ',,1041,
was ensnared. She
t Bone other than his wife the Countess lust made a speedily nartlat confession disclosing at i Mrs. May Brown, of Chicago, ILL, says : N'i onet4.awl.tt'4.MM\ ) \...of..ne14.. .,.wK. .of... 9 31 38 1I:'f\ mAll. VII .i0: 37 3l! Hill/ \II,
*
t: DEAR MRS. PIJJKHAM : -Honor to whom .. .. .. .. .... .... ...... ... ..11 31 38 IT72 All . . ... .. . :31 117 39 'ii.lj.4011 {: /
J III the part that she and her mistress honor 111 .. ... ...... .... ..... .......Ill 31 98 0.17 flg \ ,. ;. . . 32 37 30 0:17la:
I had taken In tbe assassination of the is due and you deserve both the thanks il l...... .. .. .. .... .. ..... .. .. 2lt 31 m 6JM: PH
and honor of the mothers of America whom you 111.... .... .. ........ .. ...... .....31 33 8"1116 All . . . . :. .3J: 37 :-111! (\\)1';)!, 43
count. have so blecfwrlly helped and benefited. I have ill... .. .. ...... .... . .. .....33 M 88 (HO: 1"III All . . . . 34 37 3n! iIng): )
There was a deep seated motive In + used Lydia E/lMnkhnnrs Vegetable Compound i.... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ..'... .,.. I 33 37 843: (Mill All . . . . .35 37 ::11)14.40:! ())
.... .... '... ..
l .. .. .. .. n'
the heart of this countess scion. ofBolugneoe r" when 1 would feel run-down nervous ill l...... :.. .. .,........4.. ... .11 :33.13 37 37 6H8 fan Mill i<4 N55'y. . . . 30 :37 30 I I.-.K1!

society. It was hatred and and irritable or have any of the aches and 1--.. .. ...- ..-- .. __ .- -- .------.n an 117 ""It.... --
pains 1I
3 tbe pollee say It was born of her own which but few women escape and I have found ;I II I........:.. .:: ;;:: ::::: :/..:*l 83; 37 64200: Total.. .. . . . 75,:!07 43
II........ .. .. .. .... .. .. ..... 23 33 37 6ft 40
depravity Shocking disclosures have that it relieved me at once and gave me new a 11....... ......:. .. ..... ..... .2.1 SI: 37 MO :ZH A ilepouit will be required to be made
I II been made strength. Several ladles, members of our Literary 11.... .. .. ..... ..,... .........27 3.1: 37 6376.1 by each bidder with the Master, in
concerning her private life, Union, speak! in the highest praise of II. .. .,.. ..... .. . .. .. :21) 3117/ Ml W cash or by satisfactory certified ,-ht'ok
the details of which brand her as a ;your II....... ... ........ .. .....81- !:M 37 UI> 44
of Vegetable Compound as they have been cured a IL.. ... ..... .. .... .. .. :.. 8.1 at 37 '.'111 40 before bidding, of two cents per )acre\
woman fearful character on'o who from serious female troubles. One lady II.:.. ....... .... .. .. .... ....38 S3 37 630: It upon the lands Included in anyone
t, more than typifies Shakespeare's picture who thought site must. submit to an operation Hiw''j. .. .. :.. .. .. . ...... 8/ 33: 3s. 30 43 offer for bld$.
of ri, n'iof .e'!., ae'. fee',.... 7 3,1: 38 440 mi
I } r Lady Macbeth. They know was cured without using anything in a i II' .... ..... .... .. ... .... .... ..17 33: 3* ti3'JOII H. H. BUCKMAX.
1 that tbe man whose murder she so the world but Lydia !:H.IMnkhaiu's Vegetable alI II I. .. ...... ..... .... ........ ..19 1\.1 .18 rol'12O jan30 Ct Special Master.
4 1 cunningly plotted stood In Compound nUll Sanative Wash. I Ii I... ... ..., ..:.. ..... ...... 21 :3.J; 38 641 14
; deadly fear .. I' You have Hial w I....... ...... _.... .. .... ....211 Kl: 311II; ) 62
of her. hosts of friends in Chicago and u'.. .L..... ..,T. .. ..... .. .. ;11 XI: M can .5) :Notice.
To bis friends the count had t If ;you came to visit our city we would delight to do ala I. .. .. ...... .... .. .... ..... ..8:1: 3.1: 3H 6.0. 00
many you honor. Gratefully yours,-MBS. MAT BROWN, 57 Grant Place Chicago IlL Sr'..tbl.artorloC....... .... H 3.1 4<> 8 nonf
times said that he knew she was benton all I.... ... .. .. . .. .... .. V 34 :n eMl 4" ALL CONCERNED: TAKE tfOTICK THAT'
giving him a I frac.leuise>..of.1'1\ 34 38 471 a deadly drug. He 4
How Mrs. Pinkham Helped Mrs. McKlnny. w'y.... ... .. ..... .... .. .... .... 3 34 3tt 32A4H AomininatoroftheEstate of., .,,
found poison In her possession! and divined jiall I .. ... .. .. .. .... .. ... 34 3K fJ/\1 MT : I deceased, ha filed hit sui freetlon in writing!
that tbe fatal poison: was Intended DRAB MRS. PIXKHAM :- I feel It my duty to write and let you know the I .. .... .. .. .. ..... .... ... 34 :'8 l'4'l' 4.1: the iimnivenc', the estate of nald Keren "I.
good you and your Vegetable Compound are doing. I had been sick ever since al I. .. ... .. .... .. .... .. .. 14 :w :111: N'\l4' 'rhnrerure a I pvri...n. havliiirrl.iln.a( ac.lni,twill
) for him Foiled then In this Borgia- my first baby was born and at the birth of second, doctor as well xl IIII.11II I t. .. ... .. .. ... .. 18 3. 3>. 1416t1 estate 1\.a h..rol.y rvqiiiieil' tn. appear, jmi OH
like plot, the countess took Into herconfidence myself thought I should live it.my my as IIII 1 I .. .... . ......... .. 17 34 !M 64104) them pn |H'rl> uiitli-ntlcart-fl I. in\ Court ,mar',,
never through After that menstruation! never ad I .. . . \I) :w :111 befoie the 4rh dav of A I ril., HIWI.:
( the trusty maid the brother came regular and when it came I suffered terribly. T also had womb and el IIII 1 I.. ...' .'...'.. .I' .' .''...'.. '.'.'.r.' .'. 'it JI4 3. 6..IlJ 14'1'0. : Ordvre-i this :XTin day of ""I..m h"r. A. I) 100!.

aa and another accomplice who Is supposed ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advised him to fret Lydla K. ci.11II I. .. .. .... .... .. .. ..., .. 7 U4 ::111JI (M C1 v.nal] A. I). I-K MvV.
x IMnkliam's! Vegetable Compound for .I I 1 .... ... .. .. .. ..... ... 29 H4 3H H41 60 lam.iiiMr County I ucise.lix .
to be her sometime sweetheart me. At first I had no faith in U, 1 I .. .. .. .... .. .. .HI :<4 :..> (14100 -
i Carlo Suochl. She took on the mantle but now nothing Induce me to lw without it. Menstruation has become ail Hi1W, ... .. ... .... ......3.1 34 3D 11-1"1 ; -
and I feel like .. ... :: cut >r !* Notice.
f of regular a new woman. Your medicine is a God-send to suffer \; '' '' '" '' ''" "" .3' AA II I fIf1
too. I..LIlylucIJeth.; lug women. I hope this letter will lead others to II I I .. ......... ..... ... ...... 7v.r.: Ml ttt
\ But what of this woman? Here Is a try Lyditi E. IMllkhau' ,j I .. .. .. ...... .. . .. .,17 .18 37 KM: M
i Vegetable! Compound. Yours truly MBS. MILDBKD: McKixxr, 28 Pearl, 1 11II I.... ... .. .... .... .'!9t .17 ,..J (W To all whom It may ?,.nc..rn t
of
study her In a few words. She Is tit, ISlulfrll.ncl--o.. Cal." (March, 19<)1). I I .. .. .. .... ... ........2'' !II' .17 B41 V4T : !" HEREBY.: 'I1VEV THAT SIX
about thirty year old, but appear ai M I.... .... ... ... .. .. ..... / 3.> 37 (WS20 NOTICE, > f".... the date nf this, not ire I mil
several! FRKE MKDICAL AnVICK TO WOMEN.If l I. .. . .. .... .. .... .211.11I+ 37 6411) IS present niy. IInlll..n "ant.to the Hinir.il. ,
yells younger. She has a certain there Is anything In your case about which would Riceat I.. .. .... ... ... ... .. .. .. 313637154100 A. D.YennerIrout, ,v Judge in anil fur llrevanlinintr.
of yuu
type tbat
beauty .
comes
more State of il..rido..
-- and fur Lettcn
--
from expression than contour. Her special nth'I..t"rUe freely to 31>". IMitkliam. Address! is Lynn ---- of Ui.ml(.iul MK t xvcinoroC toe api.ly i-omte/ .f lint'"
I face Mass. Her advice Is free, and her advice Is always helpful. We cmtiof. guarantee to publish gn.psen late. of the County of Hrevar Sutf of
otherwise
unimpressive, Is Ut up Florida. .c..I..
1 FORFEIT If.we r anno* forthwith peotucethe orlll'lDall.tten sad ilgiutarM et lto.bu. nns thai il> no* (,each this office before
I wonderfully by a pair of eyes that are $5000 .. which will JOHN SOREXShX: : ,
tiwclnianlsU
preys their ahiolac vonuln.neM n jr,()o Executor of Estate of Han.. .'e"I.| ..>n
on Thursdays |
strangely_ fascinating. They sparkle. Lydia E. Plnkhaiu 'Uedi,," Co. J-jnn, u... Jensen Fla >ov. 18,11)02.) | a m ,'-mOIHelal (

r Uke gems and laugh and twinkle In -- -- -- -- --'- --- --'-- ..
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,i their mysterious depths, but they are Conditions In the nursery trade are

1 l TH1 COUNT WAS) STABKKD IN THB BCAIIT.Thooilnda the lights!; of a soul that stolidly conceived such os to warrant the expectation of Cure Blood timid SkIn Diseases -

IlonninrtlnlJ a murder. .. well ninlntataed prices for the next Itching Humors. Eczema Supply House of. The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
With
more .
-- or two.
year
N uum the cunninit or a Ijuly' Macbeth Scrofula Ktc.
THE I Posstbly there are better window l box The Chicago Net and OSvioe
f this woman's mind Invented the plot TRYING TIM&: ... Send no money. -simply write and try Co.
and .
.5 of a tragedy that bus shaken all Italy. In a young girl's life is reached when Inwn.11. tines than the viper Botonlo Blood Balm at our expense. A Manufacturers

5 t4 The Italian police say she Is the wick. Nature leads her uncertain step across but the br.yintr; public doexn't think no. personal trial of UIIMM Halm I la heltei

t edcit woman In the world. the line which divides girlhood from. Sl'Ill.mnt11I11: wll..tont'n"', tys than a thousand prime' tesilmnni.ils' sidon't > : :,

1 ) To fully understand the depth of this womanhood. Ignorance and neglect at competent Kntrlisli authority, Is one of hesitate to write f..r a free sample. r

woman's cunning and the heartletisnous i I this critical period are largely responsible the bout novpltlf In the way of annuals If Mood tlomuleva.eczemascnf- of"J
I for much of the ",'nt out In riHit renrs.A ula, 1'01"10. cancer eating sores, --
and skill of her plotting It Is after misery of Itching skin pimples. boils bone pains .

I necessary to go beck to last August. womanhood. Not number( of grower have benchedthe swellings rheumatism' catarrh, or any ...

$ At that time" the countess was In Veu- only' does Nature ri. Mi'i. 1':1"' 11011 -i runt Ion for n trial blood or skin disease we advise you to

Ice with her two children. Her marital often need help of Indoor v.miiuertlttirt>. take Botanic Blood Ba-

relations with the count bal been in the regular Of new rom'M Ijuly Roberts is a mOtIfpromh.lnll EspeciAlly recommended for old. obstinate Y

strained for more than two years. establishment of variety deep seared cases of malignant 14I I

t'' They were, tu tact, practically living the womanly v blood or skin disease, because Botanic -o
apart, although not divorced. In Yen. function but / If Unwell BId, Balm ((8. B. U ) kills the! poison In FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description. 5
there is almost the blood cures heie all else faiia heals sealers. <
t e In elne Iwlne
Ice with the countess was her most always need of Try a 5
trusted maid Itoslna UonettL In the some aafe.atrengthenlng, r improvement speedily effected In your rich, gives the skin the rich pure glow of QrUtnators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
I events herein appetite strength and vigor. 79.81.03| : E Indiana,. .
energy
to be recorded the maid health. B. It. B-, the most perfect blood Chica '. III.
became the h Watch how I U brightens the spirit gives ...Mention The ADVOCATE In letter...
\ accomplice of her mistress tonic to over'e purifier made. Thoroughly tested for:iii) I your j
t L In the execution of the plot. come the languor. freedom from Indigestion and debility years. Costs $)' per large bottle at drug We sro Members of the
t Isaac $ Ava Mo. write 10th Illinois Fishermen's Assnciatl
Count nonmartlul nervousness and tery, Sep* stores. To prove 'It cures sample of
) was living In 11X10. "I was In bad health I bad
9 : weakness stoni-
I apartments In the historic c o mtnonly n Blood Balm sent by writing; Blood Balm
1 palace on itch trouble for 1J: month also dumb .
Co -
experienced Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and -- -
1'I that fatal night. That chills.
Dr. .1. \V.
day brought Her-
Mory prescribed
!f i I.4 him a daintily scented note, the superscription time.Dr. at this blue It cured me In two weeks. I can 'J3T free: -medical Thls is advice an honest sent In offer sealed-medicine letter c :s:: ..A S .B :Z VM: : c5s CO.

apparently having been writ Plerce's Dot recommend It too highly. It will do sent at
,: ten by a woman. The writer Favorite Pre- All eon claim fnr It." MiVlH h* R. R.. once, prepaid. 517. ate w. M.ySt.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
begged: -- ----- -- -- --
; to be fultultted to his apartments that sciiption establishes regularity It is a WlUon A: Son.

't night, bnt the note bore no signature. strengthening tonic soothing the nerves Notice to Creditor I

I i That letter bad a deep mUalon. its encouraging the appetite and inducing A man who dares to waste an hourof
restful rib O ALL CREI>nOR9. LEGATEES, DISTR1B.nt .
I purpose was to nuke'rtuln tbat the neither slevp. It contains no alcohol time has not learned the Talue of 1 .x.. and all prram.| baring claim or demand FULL 4
jobleiuun would nut leave his npnrt- opium cocaine! or other narcotic. life.-Otiarlfa l>arwln. airamit the Estate: of Thomas E. I Futc.
"I wish Rlrhanla'Iecas.wh
to tell you the benefit we hive
i menu and thus foil the knife that was receive from uatnp your remehe.swrites Mm YIHI are hereby. umlaut to pranttnt your claim ,
f to strike the fatal blow it was written Ian Hall. of Brodhead, Green Co.. Win.. "Two Caution to nmlvnilicned. within two yearn from the 1
year* ."... daughter' health xpinttlun of tbm wl'.rtl em"nt, otherwise
by the maid my began to fail. This IA i not a gentle word bnt when the
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at the direction of the mis Evervthtng; that tumid hv thought wo' done woe will be pleaded In bar thereof EXPRESS EXPAESSPAEPAID
'j'j tress. That uiucti-and more-has IJosi- to help: her hut it wu ot no tue, When abe yon think how liable you are not to purchase REBECCA: J. KICHARt, i'
na Hon..ttll'Ontelll1l'd. began to complain *'he wan.quite stout weighed. : for 75o; the only remedy universally Kxcutrlx of the tat Will of ..a'
L(1 170 the picture of .good health, oiitil about the known and a remedy that has had the Thomas K.: Richard,d"" -....""- PeeoAlO
\ The apartment adjoining that -II:e of fourteen. then IU .", most.). *h.. wa. *o Eden l Fla.! Dec. 1, 11IlI:!. 8w
of the run down her weight wa hut ,... She kept largest sale of any medicine In the world ,e
eonnt had lwi'n let to woman, ouo of Rohng. and I gar ur, thinking there wa* no since StW for the cure and treatment of ZO /

mystery. The police are confident that iu kaw. >your he must daughter ihe PHemU I uul all I tear.aid.I You han.will I Consumption and Throat and Lung; trou TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The .

q her Identity and that of the countess C' LJ*"' dncl. >>r. that mtlr fuc ravurlle bias without losing its great popularity
1 will Moon be found to be tbe .11 we. The her rtlvm tnjr daughter, 'wnnt. have been in all these years you will be thankful we and following are the times of arrival
tenant hatl yravv tuday Wheu she n* = called your attention to Boschee's German departure of passenger train to and -
was one Carlo Succbl a university bottl the natural function wee M.i from Titusville: j C e e rtL
i professor, who had and we bought aautlMr one making only two Syrup. There are so many cough remedies
formerly beeu bottle in all, and >l>e ; : made socrrnBomo.
the accepted sweetheart of the count. biuce then she. i* a* well *completely.can .b.... recovered. by druggists and others that Lea....TlniivllU for Miami sad ( '1 X Dz.
and
are cheap good for light colds I .
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'J ess. Dr. Pierces Common Sense Medical perhaps InterinxUat* paint st i ixornrn : p.m
but for severe Coughs. Bronchitis ..
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Between these two Adviser in paper coven is sent fret : HotrnD. c Dturtnro 4
1 apartments there on CroupandMpe'ally( for Consumption Lea Tltav1U for Jaduonvill I Fog
Is a secret passage panel that opens receipt of ;21 one-cent where there Is difficult expectoration and and lntcrmi..IUw points at I 1:101 pm. 12 4Qt5
k i expense! of moiling ;"/v. Addresspay I TltTUTill for .
8aaford
t at the touch or a secret spring. The K. V. Pierce Buffalo,, N. Y. coughing! during the nights and mornings ArriVM Tltuavlll from Sanford "l:13pju i :xi a.m $122Agent i
: *ounto 's and her accomplices alone there Is nothing like German Syrup.

1ubL44! tlWJ l Sold by all druggists In civlllxed world. "P- OLD
!!o.w1edge. Jt was 0.The ADVOCATE: does job NEWSPAPERS For Sate, '-'
printing. 0. O.
GBJLCX
i Woodbury X J. Cheap, at this office.
for the Pabst Brewing; Co.

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>rofoasional O'ards.EO. place. A very full description of these Fort! Capron, suitable for orange trees, PATH OF OCEAN CABLES. ,Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble

Descriptive Price List circular on Price UK). and Don't Know it.
lots given In a descriptive grapes, guavas, .etc. $ Tnlilvlaniln That Slr! olAcr _.
Snhniarlur -
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M. BOBBINS, this property will be sent on npplica: :No. IO:!. The :NS of :fcEVf: of Sec. 3.1: ..N.. lite ,Atlnnil.*. How-To Find Oat.

OF OUR tion. Lot No. 1, Price $1,000.00. Lot and the NW.4 of .sK4" of Sec. :W, Tp, 3S. : : Thore seems to bi> no loglcnl l rensoi Fill a bottla or common glass with your

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Pineapple Grapefruit No 2, Price $2,200.: Cash in each case.No. ., R. :30 East, containing 120! acres why cnbk's cannot IIP laid! Herons uu; water and let (It t stand twenty-four hours; a
Orange sediment or settling
AT-LAW. 3. A Pineapple Plantation on Price, *120.: svctlon of tlie OWIUIB' of tinvvoiM.. nt Indicates an

south side of St. Lucie River. This Is No. 108 Lot 1, Sec. 5, Tp. 31: S R. .HE. mutter bow grout lhe> dipth. Some pop unhealthy condition ,

fill practice In State and United Statcs Lemon and Vegetable Land 43 acres of pineapple land facing on the ., containing 3(1.70( acres. This!! lot i ia 1:5: tlons of the .VI Inn tie cnl>U>n ni'o tUI'I'emll..s '" 0 of the kid
Court. stnfiifi'. ami! this ID nol If It I stains
bi-low the ,
St. Lucie River, In I>ade County, Fla. quarter! of a mile fronton the (ocea neys

Office at TITUBVIU.K, FLA. in Brevard County.ON The place] is highly improved,there being beach, and extends half way acrons", thli cable Ufccstmrily tuny the nnd t-'XU'11l1'probably>> ih'iith.,dot.for. PUSH tbe' your evidence linen of It kidney la i

12 acres of bearing pineapples, peninsular towards Indian Uiver. 2!O< fium the top of one Hulmmilno hill ttuiiolhrr troubla too

L. OAULDEN, THE yielding 2,2: 1 crates .of pineapples in acres are good rich hammock. Goo\ without drooping tmittTlull.v' frequent desire to

the soaaon! of 1'tOi\ and netting over nil flshlosf" and turning on the reef oir the Into the .I'I'11 vall-js ln't\vcin. miy tho pass back It or Is pain also In
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW INDIAN RIVER expenses $:!,OOO( or 20 per cent of the shore. Price,$KH). ,I.lpltlncotfs Mii ..iizlnt Tingronti si convincing;proof that the kidneys and bladder !

(will practice in all the Courts of the State asking price }'nlllrlntt'd description' No. 110. !South\ part of Lot 1, an, known dipth of the HI'II -lO.OtlO: : t'cL't., are out of order. I

t Florida! and the United State Courts.I FLORIDA.In of this place on application. Send for south part of Lot 2, all of Lots 8 and 4, or 7 3-;3 mlUs, fimnd In thu .south Atlantic What to Do. ''

I ,O Box,23B. TITUSVILLE FLA it, you will be interested. It is the and the north part of NEy" of SEltf oSec. uil'lwny lii'twtM'ii tho Ittlniid", of( There Is comfort In the knowledge so
Tilxtan du Oxinlm mid thu month oltho Often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
the description of land, we make only thing for sale In this well known M: and small part of Lot 2, Sec.31, tIn dr li: Pliltu. .SoumlliiKH bnvclietn Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every

J. WEBB, use of the terms spruce pine, scrub-onk, \lcinity. Price $10,000. Tp. 31 S., R 4) E., being 110 acres nd- iuud<> to tlio depth of 27.-1SO ft-ft wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the

hickory cabbage palmetto and ham No. 4. A fine Home and Pineapple joining the pimtotllce at :St. Lncie, diroctly lu tho! north Atl.uitlc south of New- back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Indian River. This the Indian River Inlet nnd about 31.000 fort or of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability "
mock In the following! senses' ; Plantation on pro opposite" t'uunUl.ind, hold water and In passing
Will practice la the Courts of the 1Circuit. 'I'he'sprul'e pine scrub-oak and hickory perty consists of 20 acres of fine pine and In close proximity to the place of noiuly UVa lullt'g. Is repotted south of It to, or bad effects following scalding pain usa of liquor,

Taxes and accounts paid for oolleoted.ITtTSVILLB non-re. lJent is the ridge varying from 15 to 5foet apple land with nearly eleven acres of Senator M, :-I. Quay. The railroad run the Heiiuudaa.. Dvcit such enotmou wlnj or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant,
tncl rents hluUor in altitude, and suitable for pine young bearing pineapples. Fine river through the tract. Tills is one of the lll'llths as tlii'so need not t > necessity of being compelled to go often
FLOBID BI> far n*" tlu theory Is con' during the day, and to get up many times
apples, and n part of it for lemon, lim front of over 750; feet. Produced 1,500) best", bodies of land and most desirabl corned but lu prnctlee\ for IOIIHOHM of during the night. The mild and tha' extra

and orange trees. crates of pineapples last season, and location for a town to be found on the economy In umlntoiuuico ami tithcrwist ordinary effect of Swnmp-Koot ((3 soon

D. PENNEY, .%, The cabbage palmetto and hammock will produce 2,000 to 2,500 crates .next East Coast. Price for the entire tract -. It Is found btt to>> tuko nilvantaKu realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful

are of two classes, high and low according crop. Good house and various build of HO acres, $10OTO.) This tract is also of fuvoiliiK/ conditions lu till'OCt'lln' cures of the moat distressing cases.If the.

A TTORNEY-A T-LA, to elevation. They usually linear ings. Only (nOli) feet froni he railway subdivided I, and will be sold In lots of ", bod. To Ulutiitt: nil of tUoon best.you Sold need by a medicine druggists you In SOc.should andl.have sizes.

ITUSVILLE, FLORID Indian River. They are very rich station of White City. Don't fail to one acre up. Write for prices and map. M OS between the United St.ltcw! until unO You may have a sample bottlaof_.. this

lands and moHtly suited to vegetable send for full printed description of :No.! Ill. Th Wi! of NW\4 of Sen. Europe; I'UII111 along our const wonderful discovery
In all the courts of the 7th otliood of Nov,
Will practice tho iieljshl '
and this place. Price, .9,000.00.( 20\ 'Tp 31:\ 1'\., R. 40 E., containing 80al'rl'S ( they rciich and a book that tells* t ::: ".
grove purposes. '
to
stinting iifionn : !
Judicial Circuit. having about r O acres of fotimlliind fl'on more about It, both sent ..tM'W/ j
3. House and large lot at For > gont ,..
No.
Attention is palled to the .
particularly suitable tor their dcHtlmitlon In IivlniK.1. or Krnnoo.Thu absolutely free by mall, t
fine fishing which Indian River and the Pierce, Fla. This property is within hammock land upon it, reason for tills Is found, In theuuiKe address Dr. Kilmer & Rom. of I..amp-RMI.

A. FROST, Inlet to the ocean, near by afford the corporate limits of Fort Pierce,om early vegetables grapes, oranges lein of Bubniuiino til,U'laiulH. formIng Co., Binghamton, N.Y. When,writing mention '

A TTORNEY-A T-LA W, The fish are poinpnno mullet, has of our best lower East Coast towns onsetc Good transportation down the nn Idosll ciiMt bid. \\hlcll llta bo- reading this generous offer In this paper.'

Indian Iliver St. Lucie River. Price, $4H( ). the turev latter c-ouutilos.
trout 8nappergroupersheephead etc'. The lot faces 105:\ feet on t\VCtlll
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[ Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th -the finest Ilsh in the world. The and contains J- of an acre. House new No. 112.:! The SW' of NE>i, the SE

Judicial Circuit. are taken with nets, hooks and spenr and contains 7 rooms and bath. Lowell of NWi 4' the NWi$ of SE and the N nou't Worry. 'C--- t
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA The northern finds here his: fenced and planted to fruits of Kl* of SW\4; .of Sec. 3J: Tp. 35 S., R. -K .
sportsman
It
said than done, yet
E. containing 100( acres In one hotly This Is easier
finest grounds for rod and reel I, and the many klndsincludlngOOOOfancy pine1apples. be of some help consider tho mat
I TTfREDEUICK{! A. MORGAN, poor ina'n finds an amplv supply of It will make a flne home for a Adjoins the White City colony. Gooi ter.may If tho caiiHO something over whlcli 'f EDtORDsBLAC

Abstracts of Title. wholesome fish, a valuable addition thU winter resident. Full details\ of this pine land suitable for grapes, orangesguavas you have nn control tt Is obvious thai

bill of fare. property on application. Price $1,500Purt .,, ,gardening etn. Price, $800 worrying will not help tho matter In the
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE threi No. 115. The north 20 aores oflot| 1, leant. On the other band, If within yoin ,\
two or
The river Is also bedded with oystei cash balance on one, control yon have only to act. When you ] -DRA.U6HT
Loan, Notary Public. which are free for the tI1kln,!;'. years time.If Sec. :33: Tp, :37S.R .1113., being a Btrij) have n cold anil fear an attack of pnen'monln .

[ Collections, Typewriting, StenograplTITUSVILLK Green turtle also abound In the river, you do not find \,bat yon want In of very choice land with extensive fronton buy a bottle of Chambeilaln't I
know the Indian Rlverand running bad Cough Itomedy, and line It jiidlolouslj :
let me :
this list of Improved places, THE ORIGINAL
FLA. and both of income allli
are a source and all causo for woiry an to the outcome
and I will tll and fronting the !St.\ Lucie River, situated .'
want try
do
food supply. what you will quickly disappear, There U no danger '

[ O. A. FROST. WADK! II. JONI Game, in the form of deer wild tin fI mil It for you.UNIMPROVED. between Jensen and Waveland of pneumonia when It Is used. For LIVER MEDICINES
This Is one of the finest tracts of lAnd mile by drugglnts and medicine dealers.
abound in the woods PROPERTY,
etc
keys quail ,
T ROST & JONES, In Brevard County. It rises gradualIj
In most of these places schools and No. 87. Lot 2, Section :27! Townshli lie Wouldn't !Split.
from the Indian River.andls. very hlgl hon __,u r ..... S
church services are established and 31 South, Range 30 East containing Tin' trump In the green gut'glos stood!
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
land for complexion' dizzine
the St. Lucie Rives, Choice A sallow **,
maintained, and in all of them that 0.07 acres. This Is a rich haminod bufoi> thu Uoor."You. biliounnoaa and coated tongue
Loans and Collections.TITUSVILLK lemoii ,
vegetables
either
pineapples ,
houavwlfo kindly;
tbt
will very shortly be the case. point on an island in the river among location for"i mild aro common indication of liver '
FLORIDA.f In each and every community In this the oyster beds below the Indian Rivei or oranges. A splendid ")'011 vim bu VII a cood uioul If you split and kidney tli ea el. Stomach and .
beautiful home. Price $73.00: () acre. wood.." > are
100. per bowel trouble*, Revere as they! J
EO. A. WORLEY county the people are from every StAte Narrows. Price, This at $75.00: per acre is an especiallyline "Mudum." wild! the tramp In a precise give immediate warning by pain, 1
In the Union. They are intelllgen! No. 88. Lot B, 81'0.81,and lot 13, Sec. bargain. The location being om icrnmnmtlcal! tuuiinor "( wan born but liver and kidney trouble, ,

A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. friendly, well-to-do people, and Invariably .15, Tp. 31 S., R. 33 E., containing 0.07 finest In the ond raised In llutttou Uut Btop, shall though lea painful at the start, art
of the county.
I Oeneral practice la State and Federal welcome the new comer most cor acres. This is also a hammock point .' No. 120. 100 acres of wild land adjoining I tell you tUo. Mall, lUll story of lay much harder to never cure.fall Thedford'tlllftckDraiiffht to benefit ',.

Courts. All business entrusted will dially. The almost universal testimony on the same island near the'natural the corporate limits of tin life?" ".> v:r'i' ..'<(.....,.,.....,. diteated liver and weakened kidnoys. I 1\\''J

receive prompt attention. of our people from nearly every nortlern oyster beds. Price, $100. "Yen. yes." It dtlrs up the torpid liver

| General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate,, eastern and western state, Is, after No.8I.ot! 4, Sec. 32, and lot 7, Sec. Town of Fort Pierce. Adapted to grow ""'I1'n m )'outb.ln Do ton, I wa disinherited to throw off the germs ot fever and f'i' t
Miami. ing vegetables.' Price, $1,000.00. for: splitting\ au Infinitive, and It I is certain preventive
five to fifteen years' residence, that I It 30, Tp. 31 S., B. 3!) E, containing, according ague. a
]MIAMI. FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE B8.71 No. 150. Lot 2, Section 25, Townshif .HliiiM tbeu (bin voice broke) I have ofcbolora and llrlorht'* diea. of
Is the healthiest country in the worl< to Government survey, the to ipllt anything, not th kidney With kidney reinforced
87, Range 40; 211 acres, lying on vowed never ,
Facts and statistics could be multlplie acres. This is a piece of rich hammock by Thedford'i Black-
LABOR AGENCY tho wood
St. Lucie River. Price, $((100.00.No. even
] A EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.A. indefinitely to prove this. land on the east side of the river, on, "Slolt.Mm. Tlgel"-BaIUmore II or a M.tfrs. Draught thousand* of perion have)
well 10. 20 acres of good spruce pint dwelt immunA in tho midnt of yellow
Hundreds of men fin employment i In mile north of Narrows postofllce,
M. BECK. and hickory land about out mile from faver. Many families live in
fisheries alone. :Settlers who adapted tor vegetables, oranges lenvons Johanna Boderbolm of Ftirgn
Shipping Master, our may Fort Pierce and the same from St. Lu her perfect health and hixve no other i (
Hotel help a specialty. have had experience in this business i In bananas, etc. Price, IX)0.( Falls, Minn., fell and dUlooatud doctor than The ford'* lilackDraught. -
Florida Ens
16 South Lnura.St. other States or in foreign countriet, No. 1)0. The E4 of the NWi of Sec,. ole; on west side of the boulder. She hail a uiReon got tt back It i I. always on band for
; Coast Railway. Well adapted to pineapples In plnco as BOOD as pomitble, but It wan and
JACKSONVILLE, FLORID, will find ample employment. There I Ia II! 4, Tp. 32 H., Range 80 E., containing 8(: and oranges. Fine location quite lore and :Jpulnod her very much u4 many in exponsivo an emergency culls of a doctor.laves

antI This is good pine land, suitable I mentioned he had Chamber.lalo'
good demand for farm, garden acres. tier lion noon
Fine building site. In SKV of HE;,IfSec. Mulllni, S. C, M rch 10.1901.I .
and]I Halm advertised for sprains
CTEPIIEN E. FOSTER, fruit laborers at good! wages. for oranges I lemonsgrapes,gnavas : 33: Tp. 85: S., } .40. Price $..oo. Aspecial and sorenesn Pain and .he a ked him to buy I hI ve uitd Thidtord'f ck-Drught
Industry and is. within one mile ol, ndlhv I not h.dto
The man who has skill, muscle or pineapples, for three yer bargain at that figure. a.. bottle of It, which he diet. It quickly TtII '
ATTO"NEY-AT-LAW, need not fear that it will not Wood ley station. Price, $100.No. relieved her and enabled her to sleep, e doctor lnc4 I have buntaklni!|

Sims BuildingJACKSONVILLE be in demand. 1)1. The K<4 of SE\: of Heo.l0, No. 11. The NEl of Sec. 1 IU, '1'1'.37 which the had not doue for noverHl duys. li tha beat mcdlcln lor liver for and m* Ihat I II
market
the kidneytrouble
Willingness, ability and pernistenc' '1'1'.321'1., R. 31)) E., containingSO acres, S., R. 40 E., 100 acres on the St.\ Lucie The son was no much ploaned with tho on and dyipepila' and other J4

FLA. wins the contest ev"rywherl', and }Floi Good pine land. suitable for oranges,, River near Spruceblutf. food spruce relief recommended li gnve his to mother mont that others.he ban For slnnn lalal compUlnti. !Rev. A. 0. LEWIS.

Ida Is no exception to the rule. Settler lemons grapes. A'uavas.l.-'to., within i a pine and hammock land, suitable for l> all druggist and medicine dealers.No __a ..
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W. ALLEN .
GEORGE who bring considerable means and wish half mile of Toledo station. Price, $K>0. pineapples, citrus fruits and vegetibles. -* 1J 'U

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to develop their property rapidly, clln No. II:!. The Ettf of 8Eof\: Sen.: 27, Price in one body, $1,000. ","'ould I Caniol*
KEY WEST FLORID,. always find workmen. This, on th Tp. ;32 Ii., II. :30 E., containing I 80aerl's., be cut to suit purchaser, and is Vt'ry How many housekeepers thefo ore
Gilford's slding low at the above figure*. with the old Virginia .
Will practice tn the United Stat! other hand furnishes an opportunit, This is good pine land at that can sympathize
suitable for pineapples In this. township I have other larflbodlrnt "' lady who laid to her friend onnndlntf
and State Courts. Ojun)! for the agricultural laborer.. oranges,
old cracked by For nearly
By referring to maps which are sent grapes, etc., Price, $-100. of first class orange lands at prces n trensurud cup of nothing to
"I know
M, D. herewith, the approximate location of No. 1)3.) The EJ J' of SWJ of Sec. 3rTp. : ranging from $20 to $10 per acnDexcrlptlon a compare c ri>ltH with timid.the nflllctlon of toning half a century

N.sBURNIIAM each tract will be seen. No tract I Is 32: S., It. 3\1\) E., containing 80 acres and full particulars, wit a bund.tome ploteof old cli'nu." "Sure

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, more than two or three miles from aPORtot1tce This land lies within a quarter of a mil township plat, on application., r'.." mild the frlviid. "It la not .o bad }Perr31's :-

and inostof them one-half tone of the railroad, on a pine ridge suitable No. 1(1.( 0(0 acres In (.p. :31: It. :30, I Ia III as loxlnjt, om"'s ,children." "Yes' It la.

Ear, Nose and Throat. roads grapes, at $5 acre In 40-acre tract. nht'ii tlilldren llo you do
and a half miles. Public are for pineapples oranges, guavas body per ; for .i-iur

WE9T PALM BEACH, FLORIDA well established along the entire rlvei etc., Price $400.No. ( $7 to $10 per acre.No '.1 iv I tin1 foi.xol.it Ion of religion, you hAft t. rowlntf I ,!:Ir'f. l
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Out of our large bodies of cheap lam Ot. The N of NE4<, .the SW j : 17. 320 acres in Tp. 82-30: ; In a ..I'.V. II.lntlo' "' .., by
all.1.....-... !"(>.
DR. nouo ETON'S/ distributed over a territory nearly 100 of NE\:f, and the N} of SEif of Heo. 2,, body at $:\ p r acre, In smaller bod lei Tho peculiar couch which Indicate .... Ald.to.l1.ppla..a..

miles long, we can select just what any; 'l'p.3:1:i S,. R. SO E., containing20O( acres. Hnnif as No. 1(1. The two bodies ofift1 croup U uiually. well known to tlie M.IMIr.lt, II"'"'C10.''.

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMEN1on purchaser wants and In such quantl This. land lies at; Vero siding on the a good investment, since the said will mothers of croupy children ffo time
bould bo lout ID the treatment of It, and'or
the "Dentos," ties and proportions as he may desire Florida Kant' Coast Railway, and in soon go to $10 to $20:! per acre.No till pnrpose no medicine I lias, received !

Our practical experience In such mat good, rolling pine and spruce pint} land, 125.: Lots II\UtI2. El,, of NWJSee. < ., more universal upproval than Cham I

Now AT PALM] BEACIFoley's : ters cover 14 years,the benefit of which suitable for pineapples, oranges', guav 17, Tp. 31, R. fl'). 141 acres on berlain'*Cough Remedy. Da not waU> The Largest and Moat Comnlere -

given etc. Will he sold in a body valuable time in experimenting with unirledl Establishment South. .
will be freely and conscientiously as, grapes mile south of Sebastian.: Fronting! how highly
reined Inn, no matter :
KidneyCUrt.
to-prospective settlers. for $1,000; or In tracts of 40 acres for mile on Indian River. Fine frontagt>. recommended, biitglte thU medicine an
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makes kidneys and bladder right Our shipping facilities are ftr t-class. $2 ,o a forty. Will be sold In a body at $10 per acrt directed and all symptom* of croup will\ GEO. S, HACKER SON,

"TANTIID-A- : TRUSTWORTHY OBNTL-: Crate and other material abundant No. 90. The W f of Hec. 13:', 'I'p.33 ?.( canti, balance on time. A good loci quickly disappear. For sale by all drug-
dealer
"f man or lady In each eniiuty to manai;' and cheap. The cost of ordinary labor S., It. a E., containing 100 acres. 1'heeast tlon and a decided bargain. rjftta and medicine
buiilnflM for an old (wtalilmheil house 0'' of the north forty of this tract -- -
*"" to $1.50 day. part Full detailed Information concerning
''nn ni'lal ManUlnn!:, A tralKht bona 1M. III $1.00 per On* Goo4 Tlilnor.
weekly w ca. ..h .alary of t IS.00 paid Cy check ..<,1 Pamphlets on the culture or orangesemons contains good spruce and hickory land these and other land*, that I hav!! "Tbank beaven' ." nulil Chrerful
ednesclay with all direct from hea
quarter.' Money nilTanca expeiinm for eXpen8 1. ]lIan and grapefruit, also on the culture suitable for pineapples. The remainder listed for sale: given on application John "that the milD who borrow.

&lo.J.IO: Coxton BldR, Chlcafro. ZJai.: of pineapples will be sent on application Is medium pine land, suitable for You are Invited to write fully If you trouble never pays It buckl" Haiti!.

BANNER 's A L v E to intending settlers and inestors. grapes guavas etc. Price $(K)0.No. ) are Interested. All these propertle" more II era Id.

( Vegetable growing la attractIng 07. The SE> of SWJ of Sec. 13,. are on the lower Kant Coast, ranging; 1

the moet healing ..Iveln the world. considerable' attention, and many Tp. 31: S., R. 3!) E., containing 40 acres.V from 220 to 258: miles south of Jackson Simple Cold:

of our lands are specially adapted to spruce pine and hickory ridge makes vllle, on the Indian River anti Florid Cease to be simple, If nt all prolonged.

BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE this purpose. Into this forty on the past aide, suitable East Coast nail way. Terms mail, The infest wa.le. I to put them aafde at ',*'

For general purposes this land now for pineapples the remainder Is known on application, If parties desir!I tbe very. beginning )liillanl'i: Hore- ,

Improved medium pine land, suitable for grapes, all cash and !I bound Hyrnp utops a cold l and remove
offered for Kale is classed as to pay less than propos the caimo of cold. VOc, Me, and $1 hot- MANUFACTURERS OF

and Unimproved : gnavas etc. Price 200. to I III prove. Address! lei at U. R. Wllnon No. 08. TheNE\: orNWl of Hvr.24 Sash Blinds
Doors
IMPROVED PROPERTY.No. c. T. MCCARTY, ,
Groves Ip. ;3t: S., R. 30 E. co.ttaining 40 acres Tho blft e.t bolldlnff stonefl ever

TRACK MARKS 1. The Gibson situated Orange at RosHandTla. )rlt'dlum pine woods land, suitable for Brevar4 CountEldred, Fla imwl ftrlt found not In Kgfft but atIlaalbec Mcnldlng & Baildiog Material I.
fl property,
DESIGN This ne and Indian Rivers grapes, guavas etc. Price, $I2V In Syria. They measure CO t

COPYRIGHTS may of 50 acres of land Cannon Street.Charleston 'I'
nr1ln0 m aketPh and riMcHptlon consist
IT wnrinln: rmr f>pimnn free whether anon Joining lands, making a tract of 280icres "
In probably patentahla romninnlrartctly two bearing! orange groves, producing fine complete gentleman's residence, live l.mly S. C. ;, "
!. ; : confident Inl. Handbook on HaMnurrftA. which will be sold in one body A : \ Any
iMiloHt aifeti *y for awtoniiic Mtenv. his season about 800 boxes of oranges large stable and 10( acres of land close ttgrowloif ,
Pi'"'" taken tnrounh Mnnn tt Cu. r nntiet without eh"",,. In the .V descriptive circular covering of NW of Sec. 23: a town. Trains, etc. A splendid chance to earn rpendlngntfy Sash Weights Cord and
fine property will be sent! No. 100. The:: SEV4 f be uller! for a boarding hotue. For par for ullin their ,
Scientific JSmcricati.hnndrnmaly ails of this Tp. 33 S., R. 30 E., containing 40 acres.ine tlcuUr wrlta the owner,. very easily working liard. and
work
'I.'rlcl.III.OOOOO. leisure time the I.not ,
\ rtf.iH on application. west of the rall- Address. "Bo 161.l ; Hardware
Illnatratixl wrkly. J..rwHt > land. % of a mile who ha little
." any antentlBo lournal. It I.'d.M 2. Two One Jots at Tibbals Indian Ilendersonvllle, N. C. a01 woman or girl a spare
<" > No. the old military road to will do well to avail themielve of
oad and on time
f&o B'::: :New York River, Fla.-Each 5-acre lot is has well a Fort,Capron, suitable for orange trees, thl* great opportunity to earn money Window and Fancy GlasrA
River] and I IF.AST
ilraocb omoa. 826 W et,anblnvton.U.C. frontage on Indian guavas,et Price, $:.!OO. Clyde Htortrnslilp Line. end up 25 cent (illver) and we will at SPECIALTY.
grapes full dlrec-
There are bearing pineapples once send you the cloth with
OLD mproved. sites No. 101. The W>* of HEJ of Sec. 25, IODI by us anywhere In the U.
LEAD FOR SALE. In any. quantl each and One building Tickets and reservation* via the C1yd ?. at the ADYOCA.TK office. on finest neighborhood* Tp. 3.11'4., 1C. 3!) En containing 80 acres. Steamship Line can be necnred of Chas S., *o that you can commence work at Foley's Honey ana Tar
of the I
Tbl,, is one that rood pine land, a half mile west of the li. Walton, at the ADVOOATB office, Tlkusvllle. nee. Addreu HRILLIAXTIXA CO.,

Foley's Honey nod Tm. anything In the county Is ,offered and It is.for very sale rarely at this. railroad and on the old military road to (Q 74)) lioibury, Mais. tor chndreate,3ure. No opiates

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JAKUARY 9, 1903.

Wif. M. Bitoww, Vice-President.
President
;
I JAMBS.: PBITCHABO
4 Asst. Cashier
W. S. BBANSIKO,
C. S. ScnTrrx-KB, Cashier


EAST COAST ADVOCATE. I FLOWER EAST COAST GARDENS OF FLORIDA.FOR THE INDIAN DIVER STATE BANK

I IA ,

waalL'I': i00awiL D.YOT.D 'TO !as LAW01TH Da.1:. We do not want to direct the HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
rMIKT OTB IBDIAIf MVaa should follow c es.
railroad Authorized capital IOOCoo
a
A.D BIMAVMB.*.1'iKCTIOB policy QUARTER I rte"-
pecially the Florida East Coast A Paid up capital, r $25.Ode

PtTBLIHMKU aVERT FRIDAY.H. Railway which is one of the 1 belt< who have torpid liven Bud Ores >'ll8r- Average deposits( $1OO.OOO
People
in the South ; but and dr-tto drusewtaiclll'ripe
I equipped roads edateace and take purges -
able Iaa
O'.LIU VTALTOK.' Editor &: PubUaber. do sometimes like to make a sug. ud f ck Ihe bowels.when all they Deed '
we ih. Uwr IiO do its duty Transacts a General Banking
as we are in favor of makIng seatJe reminder to
ftlada gestion
H of advu. roort b per-
Discontinuance Coast the beauty spot "D LIVER PILLS _
East
the
ti by writing.Ob MOD'S
.ally at this offlci* or A.
of the United States. At everY.lta. Business.

ck,etfl.,m&y be madll'albll10 CBAIII don along the East Coast we would J ATONIC( PELLETSare : .
4 fenced flower stioulat the liver to its Oldest Bank on tbe River
BU W ALTOIr: publisher._ like to see nicely gar. I mild to their actton. The plDs S Largest and

'v OFFICR-Til R.UT CoAirr ADYO dens, similar to what they have i on proper work, and toe pellets invigonu. t.lae, whfcn system is all?i ame41ciDe Exchange bought and told on all Forest
BOSTON has opened an offlcentVt Al.llnllca.lnue, many railroads in England and prl- wbole; i ia abort, they both airirt' Noun that B d-e. tar.m ; Countries.
n
CAT member
of Mr. CUt" for i the Should do. --
In charge annually u' '
will I be
Bo lOn, which zes should given have a free sample i
You can fervice,
25o. Prompt
tbe days oot YrtronaRetppreoUted.. 1'0111&'
C.'Walton. bent-kept flower garden along you want It. ? + ll, treatment,and every favor cuiiBl.tBnt. with so*
the ADTOCATB for IlIrnrma- railroad. We believe the general MFO CO. ti a native banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS
In writing W BROWN
' 17" will oblige by end! of flower gardens by all A t
of kind,the writer adoption York of :New York
Won any New Seaboard :National Hank nj
lag a stamped..&ddreMod envelope.Addreii leading railroads in the United and Oreeneville,, National' Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.
t including the F. E.: C. Kai -
A States '
all communication to Tenn. '.J"l'TUSVILLL' ]
.., In time.
F ... EAST COAST ADVOCATE, way, is bound to come
TITMV1U.. YLOlD... We are told that one trunk line

east of Chicago,last spring, distributed SUPPLY COMPANY.

n. S. Department of Ajrricultui 30,000 blooming plants to their TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND
The smallest ..ta.
I'la. station agents.
Ilureau-Jupiter,
Weather lone are said to be receiving i a. Sold by B. It. \VIt80N SOY TITCSYII.I.R. Brick Lime Cement

Thefollowingtsa comparative stateI much attention as the larger ones, -- -- --_.- ----- - Wood, Coal, Coke, ,
--
I fentof temperature and rainfall for the and the scope of this much lauded --- ----- -- Peter Wrljrles, roadwork. . '100 ".

w, week ending: Tuesday, Jan. fl, 1 WDATK. development is to include even tbe COUNTY COMMISSIONERS N M Fish . 831: 16 -....
-19O'J-
_1903 MIX.- MAX.: MI' '. surroundings of the freight offices ; Special Road Fund-Dist. No. 5. "' Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick......

,. MAX. 71 1.:1.: 31' J and in instances the ground (continued from 8th page.) W R Hardee\ rock and road work 202 3:) ,
.
31 7 many road . TBJ 2\\
shell for
,
5::!. E Walker
72 will Telephone No. 262.
1 77 6 00 S7S 71 61 around the flagman's shanty Brooks, mileage J P Ct JO 20 J E Andrews, draw legal papers 300 Offices foot of Dogan Street. Jacksonville Florida. ,
.t' 2 81 7t 39 cared for. S P Ford, I' 10 20 Floe and Forfeiture Fund.
3 <62 M 70 6Oi This Is a move in the right !drection M C Richardson It 20 A D Penney Grim Pros J P Ct. 21 16 J. K. )IUNNERL General Manager.
4 73G: 8O 6 2I
OHC8 GO and our Goo .Adrews, GWSchuyler,
hope progressIve .
5J we ..
6 u 5 20 "' 22 00
t 116 I Andrew Adams, A G Green,
will '
6 00 50 road along the East Coast Golden 3 (OD) 16 10
J i J ,
week 0.49 C B Sanders
the :
Total rainfall normal for rainfall for the lot be far behind in the race flower < Dock Goldaby 3 00 I> 8 Carlton, St .. 21 80 & Baker

Departure from 0.20 Inches. Departure gardens, so that the parse Feaster Norwood, 3 00 'P Brown, 182 40 MeMurray ,
week:normal minus rainfall since January J. who travel over the F. E. from era \V P Giles, repairs on jail . .. 4 SOSO Lulu Smith 110
minus .20 UA.L.I'inches.. 1URDIS, Observer.Br .Go's road may look with pleasure S! A Kettles, care of pauper. . (I t0) 'V'V Kent, .. 2 50 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
not only upon our pineapple n R Wilson A Son, med pauper. 6 23 John Gentry 2 roB
-- --- >lantations and orange groves but H''Wilson attend on pauper. 4 00Geo ) Mrs V Davis, 2 50 "" -Makers and Jobbers of-

this feel also a profusion of nature. Building Fund. E W Rice. 2 ro
publish
we upon
an error 2 r.o
the old time-eerd of the Florid beauties at every stopping place< !Marshall, Brulce A Co, supplies. 20 30 Carrie RhodleWalstein Gentry, 2 50 Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material]

East Coast Railway, which Is in north and south of Tituiville talng Road Fund, Phillip Wright 2 50 ,
tbe all the line be.< and 35 23 2 50
correct A new card showing the road along J i 0 Fries surveying plate R Rocker, Rubber Tires.
;,+ 20L :; Saddlery,
and :Miami. Let O'liara
schedule will appear shortly. ween Jacksonville District :No. 1. It.-D" .

Dew us have more flower gardens along [ K hers, road workS . . 1 25 A iUdley, "a' .: .. .. 2 5 l 50iO First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
. . 20 (K) J M Osban,
Florida. Wilson
Eaa tbe East Coast of A 2 jJ
Florida .
train the P E Wlnstend, '
1 EVXBT on . 45 OO
J r A Taylor, /
:IiO
south well fllt. M E English,
-
i' Coast Railway goes 1 to Should Never Ache.Neverendurethtetrouble. District No. 3. K E Mima, j r. 'a a' 2 "O Material
.' I ed with tourists. This promises Heads se.t Stewart. mdsa for roads, 7 55 J P Brown, ar 2 50R Lumber and Building
be the banner tourist season, and .. Use at once A Conkling, reviewing roads. 2 00 Feaster Xorwood, 250 ,.
by a glance at our 7th page it will the remedy that stopped It for Mrs. > District No 4. G G Howard, :2 r.oJ

'r be seen that the Florida hotels are "A.Dr.Webster King's. !: ,New of.Winnie Life ,Pills Va.wholly, the writ curf' T C Jones reviewing roads. . 8 00\ 'f A Lesley, "" 'a,. '!"ft.iI>r> 2 2 r.o 50 "We keep evervtbicg required In the building line from the brick foundation to

; now ready to entertain all comers me of sick headaches I had suffered fromfor E A Holt:. hauling/ supplies conr. :3 50 E E Rollins 2 511 the ridge cap, including:
. . 20 00 Chas Revels, BUILDERS' HARD.WARE.
two years." Cure headache,const 1 pi D I W Miller, road work. 2 60 SASH DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND
,. . 112 !2V R M Singleton: ,
THIS is the season for turning tlOD, biliousness. 25o;; at B. K. WllatSon's 'AI I S W Jones Carlton Jr mdse road for work.con. . 107 78 M C Richardson, J 00 "SPECIALTIES: JIasurya' Paints and Varnishes. Xeponsett A: Parold Roofing
"
&; drug store. I 00
.
S P Ford.
,1 I over new leaves, and "growlingf District No. 5. Geo Brooks, I'I' 00 Paper. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

sbould be one of the leaves. Laugl J F Bell, supervising roads .. 27 ((10 Ueo .. 50
l and the world laughs with you ; A TOKEN RESpECT. ':: T Winters, road work ... 5 00 AndrewAndrews Adams, : : 50I

r and the world laughs at you C IKOImstead, .. .. 6 25 Mlnnla Allen, 50
a growl and laugh in. FORT PIKKCB:, Jan. 7, 1003. I. J Wilkinson . .. 1:1:: 12 Carrie Allen, ? ? : : 50i Hodges c4c O'EaraJ:
Stop your growling Whereas,. It has pleaaed the Supren i J Nelson, . .. 22: 17 W J Gardner, .. a. r.o
tI ; stead during the year 1903.NoTWITneTANDING Grand Master of the Universe to call lureton A Bros, . .. 1800 Jesse English: ? 00 ...Manufacturers and Dealerslln...
our beloved brother, Thos. E. Richard, ten Smith, . 19 I 07) CarrieJeUersoD'a'. ." 50Geo
the fact that from labor In this Terrestrial Lodge i tothe > Caldwell, ". .. 2137W : JeaaleJefferson, ? 60J Rough CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
> Grand Lodge above and taken Another Wheeler 4 . .. 12 70 Dock Godaby, 50J and
while the temperature In Titusvillt . 31 60an a' :: 110 Dressed
: link from our earthly friendship A Richards : J J O"IdenGeo ; and Vegetable Crates. Mouldlo: ,Shingles, etc.
'/; i recently fell to 30 there was m and brotherly love, to add one more t tothe Neal: . 4 72 Andrews' i.10J \ Orange( Box neat U, Fruit Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
located at
j damage done to oranges, roses 01 ever-lengthening. cualn of those whobave E Fulta. . 9 77 Malll"i Bass, .a .". I 110 Mills and office of the State. Address: Hodges& O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
before Co to IIttb ter. 3D 09 as i 110 any part
Only the most tender gone ; Fee A Stewart rep .1 W Bass,
other flowers.
ad Therefore, be It renolvod: A A Diner, roadwork. . 11 6:1V: \ WAkinner, 'a : : I 110EEl
Nc
plants were slightly ainged. That in tbe death of Brother. Richard i 'ater . l'i (I p) J P Brown, Crimp Ct Ct. 48 :20J
tires were made In the groves toward the Lodge has lost a beloved na..mber. !. G Guataferson, . 7 SOi A A Stewart, .. 83 ;13o The Oldest Entablinhed'Grain and Seed Bonne la the State.

off the frost which only tended and a true Mason,the community a y.lued M Hoofer . 1S 07 J P .. .. CoCt. 6 (0:1:
t the color of out I citizen and the family an invuluabl' mile Brown . 22 82 .. Brown .. .. 9 70 P URA
\1 to Improve and farmers net ember, whom place cannot be filled. Special Road Fund-Dist. No. 1. A A Stewart 'a 2 IItJ Wm. A. Sours: &:; Go.
oranges; our were K evolved-That the Lodge express totbe Conv Fees. 5 (00
road work. . 1500: G A Frost,
the fact.W'z ,. D B LftRoche,
,+ orally, rather pleased over bereaved family our deepest tiympa- D L Gaulden 5 00
thy In this their hour ot Sorrow:> belief Special Road Fund-Dist.No.2. Prisoners Fund. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

clean IDIt that be who tempers. the wind to tbe C II Hihbs, road, word. . 4 00 Feeding lea 60Tbos ,
'' are much in favor of iornlamb will surely give them. comfort IV Hodge., . 25 (un) J P Brown, feeding prisoners
streets, and it would be well for In ill l", their hour of need. lodge, . 12 37 Board adjourned to meet first Monda Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
those whose business Is, to look Resolved-That a copy of these nsollltioos Me L Salmon rock for road. . 00 00 In February 1003, at 8:30 a. m.

\ after the streets of Titusville. A be spread Upon tbe minutes"f, ey .aWZ5; 112 East Bay Street:, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
tbe Lodge aid a copy sent. to the famil;
I little polishing now and then does 01 our late brother. ,and to the A DVOCATI AL.TAMONTE SPRINGS igta. for .f urina Feed. Warehouses on tracks,of S._A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
no harm to our town or residents, for publication under the seal of tbeLodge. <

.it To keep the streets clean, is one of .
i JAS. E. ANDREWS 1 The Altamonte Hotel COVUNTYFLORIDA.Open
,
the best to assist in getting Coma .
\1 ways { I I I ORANGE
F. M. TYIJCB, Co.
new-comers. Merchants should see and P. R b4eh1n an c2
I their rubbish is allowed from November. until May. Most beautifully located complete
that none of Florida. tbe pines and orange groves.
To :Musician! attractive hotel In Interior Among
to go on the streets to be blownto Rates. very moderate. Send. for booklet. GEO. E. BATES Prop. 261 Washington St I :NEW YORK.

all quarters of the globe.IT A baritone horn for sale, nearly. new, ; Summer Resort: "The Grand," Mt. Vernon, N. II. 93 Murray( Street. J N. Y.

coat $45.O; will sell for U.OU.: Can: bes.o .
is well known that advertiser. at the store of GROWERSShip !
and the newspapers have educated J. R. \V A LX Eft.t Co., FRUIT and VEGETABLE HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY
I' Tltnsvllle, Fla
,,/ the people to go to advertisements F"1or:1d.a: OrAngosAnc1:

f for information as to where and Pinewood AVaiitetl. us your Fruit and Vegetables. Highest Prices Paid. Quotations. sent

''f i what to buy. This being so, it weekly. Our Stencil free to all who write for It. : crapelrUj."t.: : .
should be plain that the advertisement ,
hundred We handle Fresh Fish and Game on Commission. We are tbe largest dealers -
cords
i I. \ should give the information. Bids asked for one olirfootj We represent several of the largest shippers In your !State: and wish to representyou
1 > De,Ugbtwood or mixed,f.o b. In the Soutb.SOUTH .
\ Now when you want a really good on line Fla. K. C. Ky. Right reserved also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 3D( years.
1 medium to advertise In, remember to reject any or all blda. GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. VALDOSTA. GA

1 that with all the "puffing" the two W. R. Moats' : ,
Pi .
7 Jacksonville dally papers are giving Agent "Waterworks ESTABLISHED 1870.
4' West Palm Beach Fla.
.: "I themselves the ADVOCATE is thebest E. C. JOHNSON .

paper of all to advertise In.

I Try it, and you will see the result. Yacht for Sale or Charter. M. Lane & Son

: What do our correspondents say to Groceries and Fresh Meatsof ,
I this ? Sloop.scbt,M feet Ion g, 1U feet beam,, ,'/
t t( ::21 set draft, 6 :years ola, Rood cabin, .
n..w Sails, everything for comfort. Will /, 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
all kinds.
< : {I'' ,Dr. St. Clair MeKelway ....11 1 or charter for the winter. Nice fam-
of Brooklyn asked the late 111 boat.. Will furnish captain for boat
f Southern Fruit and Produce
chartered. Address,
If
j I' }tr. Thos. B. Reed why he made G. V. Rooms, Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

i Nelson Dingley; chairman of the JauS> I Box: 103, Jacksonville\ !Ia.GET Mall Orders. Receive Prompt; Attention.

Ways be and Means committee would like and cocoas S FLA.. Ooxo.: : 1ss1oc.: eroha.c.1s:: : :
d ; replied : "Some men ONE OF ALTON'S RAPID
to sit in a sumptuous parlor with a talking Tools If you want to Calk
,our Boat with lightning rapidity. It FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
young lovely and coquettish girl vea time and money and pays for Itelf IF YOU WANT A...
and be her. You and I
petted by
.. in a few week. In use by prom-
; would not do that but we would neat boat-builders In the U. 8. Read Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

like It, Now Mr. Dingier, in preference stimonlals from boat-builders. Price, Lot -
to doing that would be happier 4.UO and $&00 each, at the ADVOCATE .Building
n} ; office, TUutville, Fla. .. ,
f sitting on the bottom of an upturned I Mason M. Clark
I bucket In the darkest corner
or a lot with a BUILDL"'iG READY FOR OCCUPANCY, ,
; of a deep cellar, at midnight I>ade County Land l'or Sale.
with the of LAND FOR AN ORANGE GBOVE,
only light a stump candle -

by which to cipher out, on rough For sale, cheap, the northeast quartertontheast PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
brown the schedules 01 quarter of section 3. townsblp -
proper We have
paper probably for sale just what you are seeking.
for tariff bill. That is why I 38, south of rang 41 east; close to
a O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Settlers are flocking In but still there ii. room. U you an SPECIALTIES :
l wanted him for chairman of the St Lucle River;40 acres.L.UO .
'J't. Ways and Means committee." That the northeast. quarter of northt looking this way drop a line to Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

eems rather hard upon Mr. Ding- .... quarter of section 18, township 33, VlcePre.Ident.ILORTDA .
Icy to that his famous tariff sooth of range 41 east; on south fork of JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd ,
suggest 8t. Lucle River; 40 ac,.. Apply to Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
bill In EAST R'Y
was drawn in the dark. a CHAS WJLLTOX, COAST ,

c .deep cellar. TltusvUle, Fla ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. HO.Mnrray Street and 160 West Street, NEW; YORK.
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JJA8T COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 9. 1903. 5.rlE .


GEORG MARX. JOHN :MARX. q'
Eden. White City.

OLD RELIABLE 1VI.A.JEi': : ': : JE3RC: >S._ f J ,

.
We are shipping pineapples and beans John Jensen Is working for lIenl'Y 1

dally.J. Klopp, at I btuirt.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
II. LeTourneau made a business
Peter Peterson, whose Illness wos
Zi\ trip to the county seat last Saturday mentioned in last week's ,AnVITOAIpassed t

The Card Club met at Mrs.\ Curtla' away the same day of writing and Produce Jobbers.Comer '
'
Fruit
New time.i'eat's: night, and had a very pleasant Deo. 30th. l

,
The ADVOOATK: Is seen almost e.ery-

DY2rLO A largo Daytona launch brought a very where you go along the East Coast. ]No and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Day ,
pleasant party of ladles to the Uethert wonder so many people advertise In the "

iNSARI i1 last Miss Saturday Florence night.Robinson left, Monday scribe pink paper.for it, as Eveiy it is. really settler an should East Coallt aub- LOOK. TO TOUR EYES WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED : t. ,

paper-run for all sections. : If suffering from any eye defeota or weak ,
for Rollins College, Winter Park aftei:
G PD very pleasant visit with her parents. A number of our young peoplo gatlu : sight: call at my well-appointed lense opU.; PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
ed together Monday evening and surprised cal Inntltute. !Special, complete
,; on ,
Our young people are very much Interested Mrs J. Davis, by calling upQn< I grinding/ outfit' in connection Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. '

..GPOWDER In 'the dancing class atTlbbnls, and: her to spend a pleasant; evening In /game, I Du. E. II. ARMSTRONG: giSfo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
are teaming to dance very gracefully.Mr. vocal and instrumental music, etc.' In 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, FII1.
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and Mrs C. A. Robinson and tam- accordance" with the usual custom, they I n v

J ily and Rev F. W. Weatherwax and famIly went \laden with refreshments whloh Eau Gallic.
dined on the beach New Year's daj; wore served about midnight. Our peo- Melbourne.
plo are a fun-loviri people and as the LOOK OUTFor y
There will bo preaching next Sunday; weather, can generally be depended up. -
Absolutely Pure, aa usual at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., at the on, there Is no riltllculty! lu getting l*. 'A. McMillan Is now carrying the
Congregational chapel. Sunday School about. UOOOR %: OOODE.-Rellt Estate ant Loa.n.... Banana river ninit.W. .

IS NO SUBSTITUTE.. att.tOa.:: m. Anent for Atni London and Liverpool' i ami T. Wells of :Melbourne was In EI\I1 Colds-La Grippe !
of
ERE How sorry we feel tot the comfort iliibo, I'rovlilniico Waxlilnitton, unil Sun Vlre i
There is much complaint among the friends who cannot bo persuaded to Ollst Insurance. Hpecial' attention pall to the Gallic on Monday last.K. .

residents on the Sound and the St. Lucie their lot In a beautiful climate like fEast l Interests of non--residents.I S. Randall placing a now gas motor Protect yourself, and don't trust to

river, of Illegal fishing with seines. Now Coast New Year's Day. here waR I.. A. I' E t)PHYSICIAN AM ,,"unRUH. in the launch Helen rrovUlenco. Considering the harm
West Palm Beach. where is our fish warden? decidedly more comfortable than In the KoHlilonCH, Mellicmrne. bail Oalllu, 'inolilay done "neglect" before and after takinga
cold northern states, for here the ther. and Frt,i ,y afternoons.Subscriptions. J. A. Gilbert entertained a party of ,
Master Harry O. Coss, who spent tChristmas mometer registered 70 degrees In tbe friends on New Yoal"'. Kv cold In a physical crime. You may

he steamer, Palm Beach, Is making the Nethorby holidays left :Saturday: with Iris for. father DeLan at shade at noon, with a delightful: oeean 'tr: pink pit per of the for East the Coast ADVOCAIthe will be, Miss Minnie Plnsa I b assistant to S. K. prevent a cold, or, if too late, you can
,
for the season, much to th'J breeze. White City it fast coming to Postortlce. luHuro yourself against' the "after elects -
>ular trips to resume his studies at Stetson. received at the Melbourne Watts at the F. E. U. R'y. depot.
nifoit of the many who visit the east the front, and the ADVOCATE readers for there is the greatest danger, .
Mrs. A, I), Merwin and her mother. north and south-should visit this pro. : Percy Hadley left for Rollins collcge Mrs. G. W. Hopkins and Mr. Hopkins, llartor'8 Iron Tonic. Few
Dr.
o. Mrs Hammond, nrilved last week. .!'th. gresslve burg and see for themselves. jr., will be In Eau; Gallle on Sunday by using v'tarrh.
strawberries were among the on Monday. die front Colds or La Grippe: or Ca-
Fiesh >
Merwin wa detained InRockledge on ac' H. J. Share has just completed a hOllse .
Year dinner. 'l'bey The New Year's Day gathering at the bel'1
roles of the New of Miss Kittle Martin returned to die of the after effects.These .
count his illneHs. They
grandmother's the
Hypoluxo < Club-house was well attended and a vl'ry for one of the foremen on turpontli .
the plantatl
oa school last Saturday.
he grown at Viking weaken and to a
all
'
Mr. An erlne. F. G. McMullen met with quite a painful enjoyable affair. The supper was pread wot ks. diseases "
accident on Monday. lie thrust his at 0)0: p. m., and displayed two lal'ge;| Wm. Fee, of Fort Pierce was a ploas. N. L. Johnson and Col. Perry have t re. weakened body come flocking a host of
overal hotels In this section are now the hand through a window and cut a vein tables, loaded with, various kinds of ant visitor in Melbourne\ the past wee) turned from their shooting trip on tbe diseases that fasten on weak: lungs,

a, us will be seen by reference' Tourlt to In his hand and an artery In his arm. toothsome edibles and delicious coffc, S. F. Gibbs left on Saturday for Neoi Banana, river. heart stomach, kidneys, and other :
i page of the ADVOCATH. made by Mrs. Christensen; also two ke/tt,/ with 1 hl ,
I please take note. II. W. Richards and family were up of beer. At the announcement of supper .after spending two weeks hero Geo. W. Hopkins' handsome pair of weak parts that we seldom think of. E '

of from /Stuart on Saturday, visiting rel .- about fifty persons tookseats, at tbe family. Kentucky hoi son I Ig n welcome addition Tho easiest and l best thing to dol lit, to tII
Hardtop
tine Caroline newspaper tives. Mrs. T. K. Richards nccompanli Mrs. Mason. and Mrs. C. D. Park; of to streets.
our
associat first tables, and as many more at the that will not
fame here the HO you
respondence them home, to! remain for a short hllo. Ole Boydton Vn, are the guests of tbelr fortify system
Mrs.
self for the season with the Lairtli second tables Mrs. Austin, sister Mrs. Geo. M. Brown. School was resumed on Monday, Miss catch cold l, but If too late to do that, I
News, as reporter for the East J. U. LoTournoau Is planting; out a an son, Andrew Christiansen and N. I,. Newell having returned from her vaotlou \- that lusting injury I
> orange giove. All of the young/ trees In Hansen waited upon the guests: who Fred Fee left for Stetson University, at Ueoiglana. then you must see no
o. thin section are doing so well that more were not only well pleased with the re- Saturday i after spending two weeks vat '- in done Medical authorities all ,
Thursday, the Cth. the Lyceum coursonted attention Is being paid to orange cultu past, but the service also. After all had lion at his Melbourne home. Miss l.au1'lHoullton attended thofani agree that iron I Is the fighting element I
,' a very ; to their heart's content the 1100r dress ball at Fort Pierce, and reports a
eaten ,
attrRctivejl'ojtramme than formerly. the not only
the Boston was! cleared, and It was not long ere the hit Evans, Mr. and Mis Hedges ami most enjoyable tlmo. the blood) enabling system IP

They came well heralded by both This settlement was well reprosentc young people were "tripping the light little son, of I.uichmont, N. Y., are nloe- Miss Huffman Is expecting a sister l to to ward off disease, but to fight !tarter

|88 and public. at the G. B. Y. C. meeting, last Satu fantastic to the melodious strains of mu- ly settled In the Wills cottage. visit her in the near futuie. We oxter it has) obtained a foot-

Schmidt has been appointed 1 1 10- day. Mrs. Harry Jennings was hostoi sic rendered by MCSSIH( Oansou and Be Mrs.\( Charles Oilman, Mrs. Spangl ler a welcome In advance. hold.Or. .
). \V. for the day, and a good; time was had ball monderfer which continued until after last Saturllay .
of and Miss Spangl:\ spent
officer at a salary
Weather Signal It would be, hard to Hnd who went from this place. midnight. This enjoyable social Rathe: afternoon at the pleasant home of )lrs. Mrs. Baibour, Mrs.( Fliend and Miss HARTER'SIRON "
.
.
00 a vear. Ian
SI out driving Monday
on
enthusiastic worker for the pub- The Ladles' I. Club meetings, whlc Ing would be a credit to any community John Goode. mum wore ''S I II
lore Btu bout in convalescent
uow
Schmidt. have been suspended on account of sic along the East Coast.CHILDREN and daultbt- Mier TONIC
good than Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs( Fred Irwin \ 1 1le
nes, will\ be continued as usual. The the Misses Carrie and Mildred, of Mr. Reber, of Upper Sandtisky, O., hi ;I
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Coleman, of Cos next meeting will\ be held at the home of POISONED.-Many children el'lI.Chicago, are again In their winter bome, arrived, bought a lot, and started bulkIng Just the remedy needed, as it supplies ,n, '

N. Y., have arrived,winter and are home plea on- Mrs. S. F. Webb, on Wednesday, January are poisoned and made nervous and In Melbourne. We are always gladtee to a house. Mr.! Keber In u hustler. the blood directly with the Iron It I

''ornla ly located street.in We their regret to see that 14th, 1903. weak if not killed outright, by mOl hers them among us. The dance In Educational hall, Mo require to combat Colds or La Grippe.. t 1

Coleman Is suffering from an attaok J. O. Padgett's horse got unusual]: giving ates.! them Foley's cough Honey,; eyrrips and oontaining Tar is a Bafe op Miss| E. J. Lee left for Orlando laThursday. bourne, ou New Year's evening, tune v.011 Take it before, during, or after If J

grippe, but we hope our genial china frisky on Tuesday of this week, and and certain cou/hs/ ,croup and She will be missed at 1\Iel. patronized by Eau Ualllu's ciltzous an! taken hi time, it will prevent ; If taken 't

ill restore him to a speedy recovery.ow gaily pranced up the road with the front lung troubles, ands the only prominent bourne Beach and also at Melbourne I by guests. during it will shorten the course \ It ,
190.J} wheels of his wagon: and the load of gn: medicine that contains no opiate her host of friends, and we hopo lIome The launch Helen, the sharpie Llzzl' t
Year's ; was a typical cough all bad after i
Day after it will
; kind of taken prevent
Dories to grief. A Impromptu ] ,
came ful face agal
cheei
her bright and Alto
the air was soft and balmy or other poisons. Sold by B. K. Wilson lay to see and the catboats Maoaiawa '
rids
( day; cake was stirred up, but the shells e of effects. J ,,
Numerous private din. & Son, Jessie Hartley of Colut caroled parties, over to the ocean bond, ,
June day the rather spoiled the cake. Mr. and Mrs.( benefited ,
and resolves eggs evenln on New Year's day. Women are especially Ly
parties were given, new >us, Ind arilved here Saturday { '
d 1 resolutions were made; and the Our school term of four months wl11 St. Lucie. They will\ spend the winter In the Allen E. W. Stloknoy out again and reoo'eilng Dr. Harter'a Iron Tonic, aa they seem to

TIt of charity and lovo teem to perm soon be ended, so if we want the school ;ottage, aud we extend them a welcon from his recent Illness, much to suffer from tlio weakness of Colds aud' ''I 1

i nod pervade everything; and ever, continued we must put up the needful to; our town. May they spend many the delight of his many friends In Eau LA Grippe longer than men, and theyare

iySirs.- evidently ourselves. does The not County believe School in educatloi Boarc, Capt. T. P. Chase has built a beautiful winters hero. Gallle and else w hoi'o. particularly susceptible to the action I '4 4of

J. C. Slower, of Hotel Pain! Here we Lave a school 22:!:! pupils, an rowboat for Miss Coral Quay, daughte After spending two pleasant weeks va. The Macntawa was out on Sunday I Ia In a blood builder such aa this I.... '{
mod her pleasant parlors to the Aid excellent: teacher, and only a four month of Senator Quay.Sheephead :laden at the Melbourne homo, MlJladys much larger milt of canvas. '1'bllll.l lone I it i s
elety of the Congregational: church for ;erm.Edwartj. fishing: Is now the order of Wells and Messrs. S'nmlford and of the lust boats of the east Goasi FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.

afternoon tea on Friday, the secon< n. LeTourneau, who epee t he day. Many hundred of pounds nielng ['r Islo and recitations were given, fancy fish always missed when they leave us,
with his is back at > / turned In to the Saint Lucle ire being her present owner.
the holidays parents
ices sale and a general ham tub look forward with pleasure I l to
on !stetson Unlveisity. It Is hard for children louses. ; we Merritt.There .
and wishes for a Happy\ New heir return.
iking afternoon.Among who only have four months > schooling The Indian River Boat and Launcl IN BED( FOUR WEEKS WITH T; -
ar were the order of the ,; In a year to keep up with pupils from Company are turning out some very fine Melbourne Lodge, No. J4I: F. & A. M. GltH'l'E.-Wo have rooelved the followIng '
the oelebililen of the seasoinada's the other counties where schooling and touts for the Tltimvllle Fish Co., to breed looted the following\ oftlours for the en. letter from Mr. Hey Kemp, ol AngoliiInd. was. n sound of revelry Saturday I
premier, Sir Wilfred Laurie the cause of education receive a little atcentlon by direction of Mr. Wade Jones. wing Masonic year, at their last me : "[ was In bed four works with la night at the Wigwam/ Mrs. Blair' popular f 1

ul i| Lady Laurter, were among our early > the fine I ag : Oeo. F. i'acldlMon, W. M.; l Frank 11.I and I tried many remedies and winter resort home at Merritt, aud i' I al
beautiful for net grippe
engine
The L. A. Peek .1. W.; ( the meaning of It WH an old time oyster I
'(tors.. They were Hccompunled byE will build for I which ChaRe
Ingraham third vice-president of A LIFE AT STAKE.-If you knet launch has arrived.Capt. The launch will\ be Richard W. Ooode, Treasurer; Chan. 11. spent physicians, but J received no relief unit roast Covers: were laid for forty people
ilmaelf )
\ and Mrs. Ingri meilt of Foley's Honey and : tewart Secretary; T. O. Nicholson 1t. (M, -yet more than that number were guest h ;
o F E. C. Kallyway, he splendid of finished elaborately linahogany. :> L tried Folev'H" Houey and Tar. 'l'woaml6l1 < the e
and a thing beauty, J. D. M. E. HalL it the "opening. Kite, works at r,
m, They were tie gues' of Mr, Tar you would never be without it. AdORe D.; John McAllister, ; bottles of this medicine cured mind
their attack oueiimonla John H. Wyun, J. S. ; Chas. 'r.1 1IcUi end of the dock at 7:110:: p. m., announced ('t t
ra. Henry M. Flakier! In spa'lolis'mslon or two will provtmt an L ; l I now use It exclusively In my film; P
Whitehall. The distlngulsheDesman or la grippe. It may save John Leonard and wife and Miss MaW< ide, Tyler. The Lodge I* lu a pro: ly." Take no substitute. Hold by lili. that the fun bad begun, and even before load

and his wife were very entbi four life. Sold by B. K. Wilson & Son. jcunard, all of Bridgeport, Conn, an erotic condition and the members are Wilson & Son, Tltusvlllo. hat. time there were several boat f V
antic over the delightful surrounding: topping/ at the home of T. P. ChaseThis joking forward to a year of activity. of people starting to leo the fun All %

Palm Beach. ,The handsome gardened Is their first Introduction into FlorIda The Handkerchief Bazaar and Banc uljourned to the spacious porch from, where
and shrubs Tibbals. with which they are much pleased. ruler the rosy many ".
with tropical trees .Iven. by the Ladies' (iulld was a gran Georgiana. anti various colored Japanese lanterns, ,
re cheering sight-having so recent' Senator M.\ S. Quay and son, Mr.\ Rich access, realizing the neat sum of.1 &*,:lOne '\. wore stationed three long and wide ta-
left their northern home,covered with left Saturday last for their handkerchief was sold by Mrs. O.II. The W
with Gertrude England entertained I i a ard Quay, on >lee, with rustic benches for seats.
) and snow. The special train Miss: friends : Monday evening home In Washington, D. C. The Senapr .. t.I Bylngtun, of California, a sister tIre Mis. Nelson and Mr. Allen\ left,1\lon. >esters were steamed by the barrel and r I

e Grand Trunk oar, Mnskoka, depart die. lumber of unusually on pleasant time. : regrets: deeply having to 'eave here sc ,) W. T. Wells tor *;5U. :S:I. T. Middle lay, fur Miami. erred In now agate dish pan. Aq agate ,
the an
the morning of the 4th, with Ul report oon, but his Senatorial duties require ton gave the Guild flU, making the total plate at each with
igiilsbed party. Bon voyage. The dance given by the members of our his presence Washington.. He expectio '1 ..2The; ladles of the Guild tak Rev. R. B. peasant wife and babies napkin, upon whloh wa a Japanese bowl "r I Ifor t

tub: during Christmas, was a grand sue return here the middle of February,, thla opportunity' of thanking all who ire spending a week, visiting the hot butter sauce. Pickles and '
fatal kidney and bladder troubles oan: iess. A large crowd was present and al and remain the balance of the season. onerously helped them. The Noels their many friends at this place. raoker were side dishes All went as i

""ays be prevented by une use of Foley' lanced, until late hour. ileutepant A. J. C. Quay arrived here Family Bund' furnished the music forth Miss. Mary Newell spent the holidays terry a* a marriage bell. Mcslo by col- li t JI

Joey Cure. Sold: by B. R.Wilson& Son and Mrs, Homer Eaton of Zatnrs'tile with' a friend a few days ago./ He will veulng five, which wall greatly appit'' ritb her father at Mr. Lyman'*. She re- rod boy wa* loudly applauded, and
Mr.0. are expected to arrive on Saturday emain hen for the present. aced by the la" .llei and enjoyed by all! erred to Eau Gallle\ last Thurstlny to be seined to fill In the tlmo most enjoyably, \ i
,
Hobe Sound. of 'hili week, when they will be resent. ready to open school on Monday.\ wblle the oysters were being roaoted.
lends.Mr. The prevention of consumption Is entirely 'an after pan was filled and emptied
welcomed by a host of ft of the terra cotta. pipe above '
a question of commencing/ the. The many friend of G. II. Hausarngineer A joint broke and mill l all cried 'enough" Ho one and allwont i t
and Mrs. Dodd, of Zalnesvllle, O.!, treatment In time. Nothing less) ; 1 I.. E. fe W. R. K at presen ho' move" In the school home, blaze away, not winning, but predicting I
roper
dre. (luy Hardy once more In our been the of Mr. and! be t. fell down. Guy Munson found a rousts" to be decided
vbo have guest we\\ adapted to ward off fatal luna ring In Lima, 0., will pleased til. "oyster a sueass
tint, having come to us last Saturday. Urs. Harris for two weeks, left Tuesday,, roubles: as Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold know of his recovery from threatened< >heady started, which wan! soon furtun-ex tinCuUhud and! Innovation for the coming sea- I ,

N'o doubt or fears were entertained or Palm Beach where they will\ spend by B. R. Wilson & Son. Idney disease. lie writes, "I wascuiei" ; with and water, which at hand.wee, on. Any evening oysters will be servedhe

te with the coming of the cold wave, the balance of the winter. by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I Italy, plenty clone name way. Among those presentur ,

st week. Prof. Wolf, who has rented the hall ollubhouse recommended to all, especially trainmen Rev. It. D. Templeton and family will Mr and Mr*. Peck, of the Plaza }i'

Wm. S. Tancre, formerly of this place, for Tuesday and Saturday:: Lotus.Mr. who are usually. similarly atllicted. Sold save, Wednesday, for their home intelbourne. hotel, It'ieklrdge; Mr. Petted and Mr.
.9 t disposed of one of his house, to C. evenings for several weeks Is now glvng by B. R. Wilson & Son, Tllu vllle. This Is I their last appoint 'aul Shares and party of fifteen from Mr.the ,

Cohenour, of Chandler, I. T. dancing lessons to about thirty pupils nent for this conference year. They New Rockledge hotel Kockledge; t
and Mrs Blsbee were visitors to to ba T. Orotjan Ronald and party, of Lotus; J JJrfr. a
class to be Increasing for conference In a few days,
and his seems eave
Wr. Margeret Hardy, who accompanies< Cocoa on Saturday. South Rockledge. aid at DeLand. Everyone I III very *nx-: Cousin, of Hotel Klvenlewd' Col.'hur.by ; i
'r brother, Guy, to this) country, a few No better location on the river for a AnvorUTK, Titusvllle! does all our to have them returned to u* for '' Mr*. Mr*.
eke ago, will sail for England next loardlbg house or small hotel; also for agood The nother especially the young people (ooreand daughter, Merritt; Mr. and
eek.Mr.. retail store, than here in Tibbals. kInds of tine job printing. Ducks are very plentiful on the rive who year,signing a earnest petitIon Ir*. A. S. Humphry' Mr. Fred Hum- I ,

and Mrs. Jefferson are Indebted to "'or the right parties, either would be agood The fall crop of beans are about bar- now.Ills.. >r ,to that are effect, which very It U hoped the brie and lady, Indlanola, ; the Misses

,Pt. fluke, of Jensen, for a sack of de ; Investment. Who will\\ take advan- yeated, and the last of them are briDgIng Sallle Magruder, who has been In "powers*that be" will grant. lardee, Mr. White and party from

cue pineapples-"Sugar Loaf," whiclno ) age of the opportunity? good prices. .. try poor health lately, has gone on a'flllit /bite's Cottage, Rockladge; Messrs. t

as a New Year's greeting. The treasurer of our Good Road Assertion Orange. are not moving from this to Bailey M gruder, at Orlando. The Epworth League, organized by latter and Dixon, of City Point, and a '
the > umber of others whose name we did y
Re. people ,
young
Templeion among
The arrival of Mr. and ifrs. Howard reports receiving from Mr. John place very rapidly aa yet, although IOmeare The cold snap was a benefit, a* It only) Is. of much Interest to all. The first not learn.

)berts, of Philadelphia, on Friday. hilclpAted lenry, of Titusvllle, the sum of twenty fund highly colored. Dipped very tender vegetable, while Itoolored meeting, !Sunday: evening, led by Mr. A.L. t r
general .
the tb.treea.
; by T. A. Snider and wifeo ollars, to be applied which to is much appreciated Miss King/ returned from from Hardee- > up the orange and hardened' Bruner, wa a decided success. Themtitllstlon Pneumonia
will entertain on a large scale, now of r the association, road advocates. If vllie last Sunday, and opened school of officer for the ensuing sickly by Fole,'* Honey and Tar. Keue '

at their new house Is ready for occu- by our such good men as John Henry, ";;ala on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rossi ter and the year wars beautiful service Mice\ Myrtle substitutes. I

Incy."More. we had more have better roaJs. Ronald and FIske recently re- 1.1 I Isse Melissa and Lily Humphrey spent I Burchflel, president : Mrs. A. L. Bruor II
Messrs.
dark and dark our woes"-first we would reed from Daytona, where they spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and .Mrs let vice-president; Mrs. Baggett; ; and
We are still without an agent at oui All of our pineapple growers are agreeAbly pleasantly. ilmon. hiss. Louise. Cannatta, 2nd and 3rd of. Indianola.'I'
'w depot.. The store closed; and DOW surprised to find their plants In fnll aeveral days very Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Averlll and Mr. flcea combined l; Mis Llllle Carter and 'f
cap the is about six week earlier Thomas and Moody, who have 4th office I". W. Munn ';,
climax:, John Grant withes to loom, which Messrs. New Year' dinner withMr. llss Eva Owen, ;
but not any Pineda for several I das Stapely enjoyed Baldwin troasurr Mr*. I. C. Sloane, of Jnnevllle, Wls",
relieved of hs duties as postmaster, than they bloomed last year, be icn In camp at and Mr*. Salmon, and in the afternOOD secretary; Leland for the winter. lj t
wcept a more lucrative position with earlier than in former years as last year left for Palatka the first of the week. they all took a pleasant ride In Mr ; Mr*. J. M. Field, organist. la at the Indianola house 1

r. IIardy-oa the "high seas." our pines were late la blooming, and ofoourse The cold wave Just after Christmas, refill's' launch. D. A. Carter and fsmlly have moved e A "I
last t
The be t laid plans eto. We were we had favorable a late,crop we will) shave anearly made on uneasy for a while, but every- Lewis Herring and wife, of Brooklyn,, Find. Way to Live Long. Into i their new house and seem pleased "

niy disappointed over the non arrival All things next summer. thlDg went through without Injury. N. Y.. are at Mr. C. B. Magruder' forthe Mr. Tucker, of Boston, Ma**., arrived'onday
Mr. and Mrs. Piton, on Saturday, andkoowledp and large crop A party of hunters from here went w nter. Mr* Herring I I. clearing upthe The startling announcement of a DIs- evening, to spend the winter t;

e that their' absence was Life. I acroa. the river, Saturday, and bagged' front of the grove be purchased of very that will sueely lengthen life I.I with her sister, Mr. D. A. Carter.Dr. .

asioned by Mr. Pi ton's illness, brought; The Secret of Long quite a number of quail, snipe and squlr- II., H. William lade by Editor O. H. Downey,',he of write Cbunbusco Chas. Hill, wife and mother areag..lo I
main Ind. "I wish to state, ,
all the organs
His assur- ,
thW family they will physician be enabled to Consists in In keeping healthy, regular action, rel. Edmund Day, who, with his family, that Dr. King': New Discovery for Con ; in their lovely home here. We areilllOl '
"ve' In a week. of the body destroying deadly disease New Century Comfort. arrl..d about two week ago, and are amptlon Is I the most Infallible remedy to welcome them back again.

U and In quickly Bitters regulate stomach .ttled In their beautiful home bas been that I have evr known for cough, colds Mr. and fra. J. O. Homers and Miss
f marked personality and magnet- germs. Electric purify the blood, angin Millions are daily Undine a world, of Bering severe cold, but I I.8Om.wbat and grip. It' Invaluable to people with Ethel Hoover, of Columbus, 0., are I +
Fannie and kidneys, Salve. ItIdlls improve
Rice accounts for that lit- liYer comfort In Bucklen's Arnica this wonderful
I lit appetite. They work weaK lung. Having tending the winter at Oak Cottage. l
Ph ">omlnal and artistic suo- a splendid troubles female pain from burns, scalds, oat, ledlclne one need dread pneumonia' I
toreh' ? the country In her MlnHhat ondersln curing kidney disease eon.Ipatlon. brulaes; conquer nicer and fever ores; tf. M. Fish, oar road supervisor road ha foronr aline or consumption.no its relief I I. Instant and Mr. and :Mr. D. M. Bradbery." of Inanapoll -
the '
Theatre .Aot. It Is highly proba- complaints, nenron and malaria. Vigoris : cnres eruptions, salt rheum, boll al1dfeloD. of rock strung along and ba DOW cure certain." B. 1C. Wilson A Son guar-'I *, Ind., after a two week. stay
she may be induced to give a dyspepsia follow .; remove corn and wart*. Bestpile one and one-half nailed iffe aDtee ...rylWo and $1 bottle, and give In St. Angntine, are spending a few J
'" strength always the road. I I. making
performances at the leading; hotels e health and guaranteed by B.B. cure on earth. Only :25o at B. R. be(inn; making trial bottles free. weeks at Oak Cottage.
act Coast before her spring tour tbelr use. Only 50o.: Wllsoo A Son' drug store. tblngw move right along.
Ol Wilson" Son, druggists..
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r i ,j jp A Glottonoa ROT. u PARADISB RICAINU." .' '

A merchant died at Inpnhon in the : .. .
p bad '
who IJ
earlier port of lust century W. i ..
denied himself and bon (
for many years
I'I'I' A Chain every support except a crust occaslobe of "a'' FLDOA! EAST COAST RAILWAY. )

I On a certain -
its bread. '
than ,
coarse
is no stronger r.e .cy
: t weakest link. fertilizer I be was overtempted to buy a piece ot In Aug. 28 190
,\ I deficient la cheese: but reproaching blinwlf wltb LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. Effect ;

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lie put the cheese Into eF
extravagance jq
'
POTASH a bottle and contented himself and a .r c SOUTHBOUND-MAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-REAI.

I obliged,: the boy to do the same, wit
... 7. N.,
the crust against the tiottlitajoylng II.. .... .. 110. II MAIN LINE

; ; I rubbing/ the cheese In irnnslnatioi ,Y' CIT 1 1IYPtIe ;:Nun Dat 1 D.Ky ally Daily

home Inter tha: -
1
One day, returning ..........Jeak.eavnle ............ .Ar II 110 a ,,,
hr ..
I r.
is lust as dangerous as a : usual tbe merchant found his son en ......,. 1100 11 11) 15" Lv................ ." Jack.onrll...............Lv P 118 a ""
chain with a cracked link.Accented I I 1 crust which be constantly rubbed ......... p p 113" a ...............81. Al1lf'1. ................. S iO P T0 a .',
his !III
fill ........ S P II a ................ Ha.ting. ................. II 4p 7Oaa
: against the door. -...... 40p I Up." ........ .....::1:... Pal.tll............... 4 0i P 160 a ,,,
"
fool?" was ........ 00 p tl 111' .. .. ....... ....... 117 0 .. "
.. P
"What are you about you ......... .. .. NeolJ. Ii ".
64
........ a U 11 P : .
"It 'Is dinner tim. p ........ ....... ;BnDodl. :.......:. .. P I Ot a
bin exclamation. :::::::: ; p Up... ..............:.. Dapont.............N... ::
father. You have the key; eGo as II ........ I 11 pUp 80 P :.................Or018n4.............. ." t 1 p t tt a ::E
,S4 I could not the door, I wa rubbing ........ I 80 p pUP : ... .............D.'t..Da...::.::........ 0 6 Il.9t a
nernnningbonk..n( open ...::...........po.tO.anlf.. ........ 1
GkormSe mho Ju at brend against It, as I could .. .... I al p. 101 p .. ..... .. ... N.. ................ I U 106. '
nap :nd my
.6e d i srV "Cannot go 00. I go p 46 p ....:.:......: .OakH 11................ w
t urn to q.t ibe mo.t out of than.Th..ruJru. not get to the bottle. you 1:13.: .......... v :.............:.Tltu.'U................. p 1M
card ... t 11
Scud without cheese. one day you luxurious .0011.. : ................. 0..80. ................ 10 p ,
IaaxA.r aAIA woalte, ; ........ ........ 1 D8 P N Ro.kledte................. P ....... ...
be rich. ............ ....
I Ia x..... N4.x little rascal? You'll never ........ ............ 4 01 p .............. Eaa: Gaup ................ 11 .1 p ....... ...-"
....... ... 4 30"
miser kicked tbe poor .. ..... .. 11 ....... .
.
r.rktl Aiid the angry .............. 'M..lbollra. P .
....... ........
t p
6 19 .... .......... IIIIa........ .,
been able to dC1IY;; .. .................e.ba.tiaD.
boy for not having :.:::.., .... p ................. S.. Lust ......:.......... 11 III a ........ ....
.. ....... 0 oe .
Ideal eratlflcatlon. p ...... 11 De ........ .
the ........ a ..
himself :
.............. Ft Puree
.. ... ........ 10
Tri-Weckly Sailings .. P ................WblteCllj.:.......... .. .. ........ :._.
........ ........ a me p : .............. ...Tlbballll...............:.. 10 II ........ .." .
TOP ARE TAKIlt ........ ........ 1 t1 P .. ......... .. + 1028 ........ ..
YOU KNOW WHAT ................-.BdeD.: .... II ..".
.. ... .
... ... Up" .. ............... 113" II ........ ..
NEW YORI ...................J.II..O. : .,.
Tasteless Cblll' and ....... ........ n
tl When you take Grove' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE II .. p ............ .tu... .............. 1I.. ........ .. .
Free and Tonlo because the formula Is plainly; :.:.:.:: :... .. 00..p ............. Hobe Soled..,............. 44 ........ ..:.:"
10
.....
f P 'Wr.4 .... ........... h. ........ ..
..
that It 1 I.; a ........... .
Masons on bottle showing S. C. both ways) ........ ........ 8.
printed every Calling at Charleston, P ...........::West Palm Bseh.:........... S 11II II... .... .......
Imgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteles ..... ........ 11 p :: ............ 18.1. ........ .......
............
No BOcta. Service :::..... ........ 1.1 P .7t Land.rdale:............. .. 716.. ........ ...
foi-m. No cure, pay. the Coastwise ( ............ .
in
The Finest Steamships ................ ................ 0 0 11.30 p .................W..OD city................ 1151.. ........... ..;,..
.... .
M1 /6. ..
No. DO Kind Word. Mean Mach. ....... .......10 34 n At................... Mtamt..L. .
alt
Indian Lines.
Cultivate kindness of heart think The Clyde New England and Southern BUFFET. : PARLON O..uLS ON TRAINS 16 AND TtDRANOI3

11 River % tT1tunilleLodge. well of your fellow men, look: with Direct bervice Between ,
? ) : charity upon the shortcomings In their Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. LINES BCU DDLES.No. .
Jacksonville
/ FlorlJ 11v..... Do u good turn for them as I3 No. 41 N.,47 PALATXA. N., 11 N.. 4! Ne.50 N., 14 MaADstly
', Hol.U It*munlingt the*their im''onil and Indlun fourth. Rive Friday opportunity offers and Qimlly don't (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 57, Dotty.N 15 Dally No. I Dally. Dolly. IIRANOIL Dally. Deny. ( Daily. Duly, Daly,
( each month,1 room
n o'ulock .... forget: the kind word at the right WEEKLY!: SAILINGS r NJ a a 12 43 e 1
Hotel Tlcu 'II Ie. at 7X: p. SKMI- 1 l14. a 0 v sat
,1. L. Otrrntliar* Wonthlpful. .Vliwter. Unit'. How nnifb'ii word of kIndness.'encoUl'IleUll'lIt tonthbnimd! .. .... ... .. .......... .trom Lewis. Wharf Jaokeonvl, oetoo 0 V p p / A/aa fif OOIpI NNo.
"
T. II. HikurtHni, Honlor Warden. or appreciation lacuna Northbound.."... ...... .... ... .... .. .. ..from foot of Catherine Street .
No 1!
W. Carroll, .Funlor Warden 41 Nt IIDally.
S. 01 IIUANCE.
BAN 1IATEO
and bow little It
sometimes D.o.y ,
to other Isiy
J. M. Dixon, Tr"rer. Dally.

It'' (1'. A. Muritiin, HwroUirv.II. costs us to give ltl! Clyde St. Johns Sliver Line. 6 1o r......................... u1 at a.......................,. r :jT3p
II. F. Brown Clmpluln.J. 7 CS y a .......,..,... .........Lv 585a .
K.Walker, Senior Ixtaaan.t We tlo not need to wait for some (DeBarr Line.) 6los Ar. ... ........... .... .....San Mateo. 01.N.
1, W. RobartH Junior U"'lCon.' \Vben cnlnmlty overtakes Nu.20r
po, M. Taylor fetnlur SMwanl.IT. tlp..oelnloccnalon. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. .. .13 Ne.l IIRANOE. Dr111 8nnd'yh yyll
mAYPORT
I
3 words of and Sunday I aI1 I Dolly
sympathy lady
.A.ronUiy, Junior HUwartl..M. n frieudt at Palatka. Aitor 81s.-rrancis. Huresford(U Land). "and' intermediate Imnd- Onty. Only, D' !x 9om On) I
E. KnifllNh: offered sincerely Stopping
Tyler.EVENING !
!
(PnfonrnscniPtit;: are< logs ->n tbs tlG.John's' KJT-r.
.. In certain respects' as amntttr JACKSONVILLE." 111 ... ....Sn. Ja,+kenorllle..Lr T 0T a 1 Zt p l PI(
.r -- - -----"---' -- enough/ yet "CITY OF 101 id la a 0 04 p w
t STEAMER p 1016 a 0 70 n I S 1a .. .. Pablo B.erh.,,....,.,,. T aM1 a 11 6u a l { 0r0
n' GOWNS. of course. Such an occuslounll IS APFOINTfc-L: SAIL AH FOLLOWS 1 14S{O P P 60 a 0 4{ p 11D :.........Atlenu. Bsch.? ,,,, 7 Pl a 1116 a { +;/
for exprerfrtlon on our part and Sunday...Tuesday*anti T3urtl.y.] T06 .
: 330
: Jacksonville : p. 000 pleb.
Lea". Foot Catherine Street Mon la .. \V.au.miuy. and FridaSouthbound. .
<
Rich aDd Allorlnot Faihlana For we nnturully renpond. Hut'by wait :eave 8a.nfor":30..a. m.. .. ... ) Northbuund.R Aa a w Mr8ANP08D
Winter' fall Ur..* Funcllonn.For for occasion Why not sptuik the kindword SCIIED< FJLE. Mead upLe..ve ST3A100E. sly D O11AN0)D drr r Ba.a. oli iieon.

+'. I' Is little change inK when\ there Is no special occa11ou7l'biltattlrIphlu duwn.'in JACKSONVILLE! : .. ...,.... ...... ..... .....Arrlv.l.OO: a..m Pnn, M1tm. 8rtM
evening there 330 p. ... ......... .. ... ...PALATK... ...... ... ........... ..feavetldap.) ... ......... ttu.vn ......,...Ar a 2 p ......... myrne..A, jT
K tt r the style of tbe dresses all far as the Ledger; "" a.tlo 1.4np.m 10... ..... ..... .'... ....... ."liTU" .... ..... .... .... .. . ... "" a.3) p.m 18 a a Lr.v............. ...... ..,.. t 11 4 t1 p Lv.,,..,... Lsee R.i.u.Lv 0 IISITaLv.
fl.I and make concerned. The -- ..30a.1I1 a. ................... .8T.. 'RANCI3 ... . U.IHI:1.IMI p.w n.rrlve8.30 ......,.... ,..... ..... e'' ......... ., ......... .
cut are
t TO CURE A COLD IX ONE' DAY u ... ...... .. ....,BEIUUirolUMUELAXD; : .) .t ..3e a.ien'I ... a ........... -pM.e..L. ll s) / 46pAr..Orong.016y Juaoe..L.11 M1
I skirts may be a little shorter but there Bromo Quinine Tablets ; .. m. .........OAH \ RU 1610
'alee Laxative
In their fabrica JacksonvllU Time Table*ihow *>> time* al wbl *t trains may be ozpeol to arrive and Aepe
difference Tbeee
4s vast alls St.
It \V.
a If 204 Bay ,
the Office
refund
Ticket
money and ,
AU druggists Passenger from the e>T.>alotaitoa( but thnlr arrival o.-di>par>nre al ibe times stated U not fnMranf
If; tion. From four to five different stuffsare to ours E. W. Grove's signature is on .. ...M.IKONMOKQs.lt,J*.,A JtIIt.Oen.Pa..Ag nor doeo the Company!told itself reepoaetble tot say OMay or any ,.n..Qau..rl.feg tiutram. .
laid one over the other for one each box. 23cts.: A.o. HAOERTY Eaafn iv BUM Pw St A|<.t.New York f tat W..tlC B..' St.,JacknoiiTllle FU.HO8. .

: gown. Silk forms tbe lining covered D.HALEY.foot llomn.Local 8t FreiKhlARent..JaToluouvHIa' ; ; ,Fla. (|,r C. P. LOVtl.L.:Foot A Hogan..t.; Bilpt.St.,.JaukHonTllle.Fla. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlama

with soft satin then with chiffon then When 111. Krr. na..h.d. JOHN. L. HOWARD auperintendent, Foot Hogan St.,4aeksonvtne. Fla.
and "tin. ha!" laughed the white key. TIIEO. O. KOKH. Oeneral 6twueger. WM. f CI.YDX*. Ut).Murk.General Agent fl :wICETt MZAJCA, KXT WXST AND BAVAKA.
finally an
shimmering Park Mew r 0"
with gauze ClieMbrougb Building.. 1U tttato St.,Opposite Battery
1 L esprit net Inserted with black and You' "Well.are" fearfully retorted 'sharp'the accused today. one C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltiwvllle, Fla. For Information relative to sailing dates of Peninsular A Occidental Steamship

I ;white laces .I'd rather be A sharp' than '11 flat.'" Company, apply to any agent.

r.Among !owns; that ore being pre- "Good gracious." shrieked tbe string.

1, 'pared for the winter's balls and grand .keep still! I'm highly strung and my .S EA.a: : <>.A. I> J. D. EARNER, Assistant General Passenger Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, Fk

functions are many lovely, satins:: covered itttUil extremities are affected.! I know For copy of Local Time Card address any agent.

with rich emlro.Ut'rles: mingled I shall brt-ak hi 'pieces.' AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

with furs and with these are bold "So I note" murmured the bass.
"I'm cleft: In twain" moaned the staff.

":\Iy trouble Is trebled since young -

hopeful began to play" said the book: :SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, :RICHMOND, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

M for bcglulwrK. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK
Hi "It's all right while he la.only'A nilior WASHINGTON,

,' but wait until he begin \o be !Ann

0 jor' t Two Elegant Trains Dally .

i t MId they all started to have a good EFFECTIVE OCT. I, 1OO2.
Express
Seaboard
.a ..tlmv" with the metronome. New"oi'lt

Times Seaboard Mail. No, M No. 30. t Te
NORTHEAST Ronta. Dally 1I.\ly NOR'l'HWEST. Route. Dail!.

L". .Ja.ck.nvUle. Southern RIMI-- -r. '7"'M'4 pp L". rkauorllleSouthernRy.: ... .1'' "GbrLv. r
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Sav.nnah. Southern Ity t 16 p. 13 311'". L""e up. Southern, Ry... .. 11e.J tr.
Jacksonville to Charlotte Southern. Ry 900 p. 10 elll a. AI' Macon. Southern Ry .. 8 r.tr. '
ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers from Danville. lIouth..o Ity 12 eo a. I oJO p. s r. "lnvtlla Southern Ry... .. I. a'tr. '.
Ar Atlanta Southern' It. ..... \\10.
New Orleans. Richmond, Southern Ry -t-oo.--: 643_p. Ar.R.km.rt, 8ontbernUy.... oM.AI' .
ProverbSI Lvuehburg. &mthern R' 3"" a. 4 OJ P' Ar Southern, Ry....,. ; 311Ar.
i (Charlottevllle Southern Ry .311 a. III\f) p. Ar: ) tmen, SnnthernHy 5 311
e t For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent A..W..hlojlWD. RoutllerDRy 1411.. 9311p. Ar.:Chattanooga. &etbern Ry:.:::::" 901111AI'
'. Na thuore. P. R. R.. ... 9 W a it 36 p. Lv.Chattanoogarian.fc" 're.ceDt.. 10001Ar.
I. Seaboard or writel.O. hll"lel\hl.: P. R. R.. .... II n a.l I Id a. Ae. ()akdaIe. llll en.1fCreltcenC.; .. 12 (IiAI'
When the butter won't Oen. Pass. Aftt. Jacksonville Florida '. NSW York P.n. K.., .. too 6 art 5. Ar.llnnoet. Queen t Cre.ce. MIAr. ,
MACDOXELL, Asut. BarIin, QneenD Cn.cent.. 4 J01No.
ome a in the -- .- -- --- .- -- .34. New York and Florida. Express. Dally Ar.Lexington Queen a 'reAcellt. I I III,,
put -- 30
penny -- ;
I'ullman .I..plntc. can. Port Tampa end Jack AI' Cincinnati, Queen ill Crescent I
churn is old time .0n"lIIe to New. fork. Dining can. Lv:1"Ilnn.tI.;;;; lir-Vnnr Ront..... 3. ;qiNo. ,
dairy
: an 'Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company Atoago. H1"' FourRouto...... \9
3(1( Washln ;ton. Richland, and Florida LV.Cfnetnnatl "enn. Lln.. .. ... ail
roverb. I It often seems to Llmltcltl."IaIUchmnnd.) IJally. Pullman Sleep. Ar.Chl".KO Penn Lln.. ....I j
United Statei Fast Mall Routes I'or- InK Can Jacksonville New York. Dining LCJ"i',

work though no one has ever KFY WEST. CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI. FLA. Cara.; I Ar.Chlea..o.. C.H.&D-MolH\llh... I ; jI!

1 1t old ropooed salllnicn meet.as shown below. Subject to change and postponement without notice. L.-rln"lnnati C. I.CD.irks 'eat i 9 U 1.
why. ( MIAMI.WednesdaraSaturday..It00pm TO CINCINNATI THROUGH THE LARD 011' "
WEST-HAVANA LINE.-Coaimenolnu October in, 1903.-LEAVING A. Toledo. M1
MIAMI-KEY CH.SD.-Miek.Cent
b worried Lv. Hood Ar. .:ooa.m..8aIU..y..Tu..tlay.. THE 8KY. A.. Detroit. : *.'
When mothers are : .... Mondays.Thursdays. .... 5311
:: ) m Ar Kay Went Lv 70plu: Fridays Ly. 'esfnginn. Southern R y. I
the children do Thursdays. ,. Sundays.Sundays..12N.. ... ,. 6:30: p p mI.. Key. Went Ar II:3n p m..... Kildavs. .. Mondays. NORTH"OtniD. ROUTE. 1 I No. 30. Ar.I.omovllle. SOuthern R)..... I 1 3151 1 1
because I not Fridays,Mondays .. ...".II:(l'tam Ar Havana Lv 10:00am Fridays; Mondays L.. .r..k. .<': Southern Ry...... I 1 66 P Lv. Ierdsville.. Southern Rv............. )15!
.. ArSt. (Loafs Soutbl'm Ry.
..
WII:8T-HA.V ANA LINILI'outmencingllce.30nt1L-LcavinwPORTTAMP( L..8a"aullah. Son."rn Ry 1.130.:
and flesh PORT T (PA-KIIY: : .. P"I'4r.Ahevllle
sin strength weay ..... Wed.. Fri., Hun. L".l'nlul1lllla. Southern Ry... .... 11M! a 100.11. The Jl'lnrlda Limite. iaily
..... ... ....11:00 m Lv Port Tampa Ar 1:30: pili. r '
V
T. ,Thurs
Sun .. ..... train ofveatibelecoachesandLulhuanaleeptmir.
. .T" ,Thur., Rat.Mon.W..L.I.rI. -' SnuthernKy. loop
........... aM: ) n. Ar Key West Lv 10:311: P ID
pe
tr them ScotLs: Emulsion. 'on. Weil. Frl : p ... ... .
give Lv Went Ar H:'tI'I'm.... ...Tne..Thn.., Sat.Tues. Hot 81.rtnKII. Southern Ry. 3 31 P .ar. Jacksonville\ tn Cincinnati.Ir.
.... .... ... 1npm:; Key | I .
tyro'No
Creaeaot.. II 16 H. and Ticket ;
.. HUNT
M. .Tues., Thur., Bat.MIAMINASSAU Clnolnnatl. 4lueen.t: s C. City Passenger
13:00
GOWNS FOR 1VUII.SO. .,Thurs.,Bat .. ....... 5 ds: )5 m Ar Havana Lv Clty Ticket om". loll W Bay Jjtr-
LINE Tomntenclng;January 1.1103.MondayThursday 311 Pullman drawing.rdmm sleeping. cara .
H.F. CARP DI..t.lct P.Naeat.TAgeat<
Ir, t flower Btaudlnz: up In relief, such airoses It is like the in the '' ..........ll:00pm Lv Miami Ar 8:00am..... Thursday.Sunday.. Jacksonville to Cincinnati JaclllOOn..ll1e. .. _'
\ and Irises, made of silver cloth penny Tuesday, Friday.. ..... ...... 8:O0 p in Ar Nassau Lv 10Ollam..W.dn.aday..turd. ).
1 : with under proppliiga but softened I milk because it works and Commencing February t. 1\l13.\ > A.
............ 3HV Lv Miami Ar 6osm......... ....Wed..Frl.,Sun. C, If. ACKAKT: Gen.11gr. S. II. IIARDWICK, O. P.
Wed Frl pm
; obovo with louvre of apricot, blue or Mon. ... ...., ....lues.,Thur., Sat
because there is something Tue..,Thur.,Sat........... (5:JO a m Ar Nassau Lv 3iNpm: D
pink chiffon.The Commencing March Sn, 1003. Washington, C

N' gown of cut Ivory shows mounspllne a lovely de sole evening with astonishing about it.Scolt's Tuea.Tbttr&e1..0:3oam Mon., Wsil., Frl. ..... .... 9HWpm) Ar T.v Nassau Miami. Lv Ar 2OOl'm..Tu.'rbur..S.t.!H.tnam: .... ......Wed.. Fri, Sun '\V.\ It. TAYLOE, A 0 P A, Atlanta, Ga.

Emulsion is simply 90th Meldlan. Standard Time except that. shown for Nassau, I. local or
I wnrl and Mi uln trimming: alto' a tint Above hours based on\
Railroad Ticket Agent or to
time.. For rates and other Information apply to any
t flack: net sown with silver w"iulna :a milk of pure cod liver oil assau CHVS. L. MYERS Mao Jacksonville." F'a.Atlantic .

I ) on white silk uml bluck, velvet ribbon -
----- -
t and lace irunilture.Sliwe with some hypophosphites ----- -------- -------- -- ---- 'O g Theytemporanly
T Pll
ure planned to allow off opretty especially prepared for delicate n't a k e S cure agitating constipation thl\

it t'> arm to the utuo of jx-rfoc- Coast Line by ;

p, I tion. Many have a close fitting chiffon stomachs. R'y bowels but regular action cannot be secured the liver

'1 "' :i to naturally
execute their natural functIons. -e-fif
t t falls! from the shoulders, open
I"" I ins here and, there In cnicuful fnbUlon. because they like the taste The GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections: ural agitation and caused cathartics, TBJ e

11 The high full dross gowns bare hangiiikT and the remedy takes just as To the East Over its own rails to Savannah: Charleston Richmond and Wash continual attain increasing results. doses to Unnatn

or i'IunIIll''ell, and black lnxllct'8 Ington thence via Pennsylvania R. R.To .
;
are tilled into the n,,vk with yokes! oft naturally to the children because I
t gold and white embroidery. the West The Louisville :Nashville, via Montgomery
it is so perfectly adaptedto The Mobile & Ohio R. It. via Montgomery. on the
Touches of green UI'Ienr In the belt.
,
f 'which are brought up to the center of their wants. To' the East f t Via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, r liver cures ChIlls

I the hack lu short pt.iltfd uds.. Tiny Philadelphia and Uo ton. Via Norfolk steamer to New York ethe and Fever, and every form of'
".. Jeweled( uriinitientM fnnteu loco and For all weak and pale and Washington\ and Baltimore. Via Savannah and :Merchant t Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter
,
for Baltimore and
t ribbon must daintily. Pouched IKH-! Miner Transportation Company Philadelphia the
i: 1 leer are l'rt'tt3''tn universal with thin children Scott's Emulsionis To Key West and Havana. TU Peninsular A' Occidental Steamship Company. Fevers, and, ty: going to the seat of

P t, { and without narrow btl..IU.( Emerald the most satisfactory treat. trouble, works permanent cure.
Mi1c LL Tiol o1a.; BOTTtE
I .gc
FIFTY CENTS PER
4 irnV-u: will fltfurf at the winter re-
; ii'l'tlou and bnllroomn both In chiffon ment. Interchangeable mileage; tickets, good over 1.1OOO: miles of among the principal -

and tutli We will send you railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents 11. H. WILSON & SOX.

the penny, I. e., a
free. Addresses. of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally .up-

Host Liniment on Hartlu sample plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

1 He sure that tttb. picture lathe Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic Coast Line WHITE'S CREAMVoIi1 J
D. Baldwin Water I
Henry Supt. City 1
$
t ; i rui. ol a label urn? the| alllO via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway vi-r-N, !
W'orln. hholUburg! VTU., writea" :"'I have wrapper o( .wy boob el \ 1[YERffllFUC
lmu6ven you buy. For information as to rates,. sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to
tried kinds of liniment but have
many I SCOTT & BOWNE FRANK C. ROYLSTOX, W. D. STARK, .... ......... ___ ............. 3IaQwoDllty.-- B..t ie Qo.litl''
foyer received much benetlt until I use Commercial Agent.; Tra. P...... Agent.. For 20 Years Has I Lsd s21 f V Qt !
I B.il1nrd'a: Snow I.lnlment for rhetimatlin Chemists 1W: West Br ***.. Astor BoUding, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :isn 3 s.H07.7 '-
la !and palna. I think It the best linimen. 400 Pearl St. N. Y.lOCo S1S .T.T S.TL J C3Q-7 .TfB. \
[. M. EMERSON, Trifflo Manager W. J. CRAIG, Gen'L Pass. AgentWILMINGTON .
on earth. 2.V Me and .l bottle at It. RWilton esp.4. Ior.. J JiCAL.AAD st. LouiS..w
? \ &: :Son: : and '1.00; all 4.1_ : X. C. -- .. a.V.etNWHV I e rasa.: /V\ .. .
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 9. 1903. 1TITUSVJ t ffMi

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LLE. KOCKLEOGK.Hotel .. JI NSEN.
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:CI: :AN :RIVER :eO'J'EL'ONTIlKIYVIAN.1UVER : ': ., AL FRESCO HOTEL JENSEN, FLA.
Center of IMneapple Bolt.
Indian River RO KJ.EDGE. FLA. '
e.- UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Tl ;
: ; : .f3: TITUSVILLE The prettiest location on Indian River Large[ beautiful grounds. Near 1.
\ :, \\:, ';, : r; : ,"t ?''f L AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10T1I the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable better and ,1'0
r '" ... .!". "" FLOIUDA. Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention.
: / ., I. "Jt..f'\ JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER.
: ;; ..
',.'--' .;,,_. JL..4.; I.1t THE HOME OF THE ORANGE. JOlIN[ S. PARK,. Owner and Proprietor. r !
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J, O. BAST Propnetc FOR 500 GUESTS. .
BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDK.[ :

23:' NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. STEAM IIEAT. The Palms WEST: PAUl UEACH, FLA. '

? "rc'r DUCK SHOOTING. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR LAUNCHES. ORCHESTRA }
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+ 1 ..J+ LtTAr; flrt, ,,1 EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING AND HUNTING A largo/ homo-Ilko hotel, well appointed and beautifully heated, giving; the ,
.Y t y and FISIIIN: comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones Situated on LAKE t..
i ''llllllifill( i i } _Cni '. T'1 I iilCfaP' ICi1 ?,Brtd I W d J. UAMMOUT &:: CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARSH, Manager WORTH, opposite the Royal 1'01nalllJl.el.\ White walti-ranes. EleotrloBells. '

: $2 50 day Hood Fishing/ Hunting and Boating. Rates $;1. $:1..t) and fJ: per
f' per tag>" es M o rf3.s t IP J s-: .: C It 3et wa day. Special rated by the \veok. THE PALMS, Went Palm Ronch. 1

$10 and $12 )per week *

JACKSONVILLE I Plaza Hotel. The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, ai i

FIG1trnA[ .
INDIAN RIVER. :3 Lool3C.loc3.so: :JFW1.n.: )
VTNDSOR HOTEL . i W. C EUNST, ManagerOn \ / "
) I "THE GREAT CHANGE GROVE Lake Worth! opposite Postofllco and business bouse! Largo veranda,'., t
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S ]
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL.h 1 -L RESORT OF FLORIDA." I j :Strictly: frst-claee. ,Rates, $2 per day Special by the week '

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A handsome modern hotel, located on the hanks of the famous Indian -- -'- '!ll
River, In the midst of an 80-acre! bearing orange! grove. Steam heat In PALM nl'.ACII.
I every room, suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by I I
I everyone the beat !la Rookledge; East Coast Railway depot In the hotel )
I. grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal) management and rates.
Accommodations. for 2<>0. I III Hotel Palm Beach.
I S. II. PECK, Manager. I ill a .
Sainmnr U..ort-1. Now Arllnitron Hotel, 1'elonhry Mich. Leading TO- ,
i4 ; \ ut the Ureut Ll>kU8. Upon| Juuu to Outubur. j 4
ksort 3 SQ03MKimiTT THE NKW MODERATE RATE HOTEL.Accommodates .

..__ .d. ._ __no --- 501) Located on Palm Beach
MerrittH INhtmt.r r proper between the ()oonn and Lake Worth.
r Within. a mlnuto's walk of tho Palm Beach Rail.t -

FAMILY WINTEU RESORT. P'l way Station and Royal Polnclana Gardens. Rates, (4it;
? "WTVATr
ill l i "! rw w H Is; J. 4J.-LJ ,. On Indian| River| Men-let, Fla i "' .1.00 per day and upwards Suites with private I'
Now Open Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, Halliard, l'ooll1nd baths extra Booklet and weekly rates on application. !!-
iMftai5pa35 Ping Pong tables. :Swimming: pool. Batli rooms free to guests. SilO foot of ducks. "_. -i. : Opens December 2th.() i
<>iji4Mwireer Cabin catboat for cruising. Hunting and fishing finest on the Coast. Write, and ; ,. ... "r'1-.rr--; : ;.t. /:" '
** our boat will meet you at'Cocoa' ,-fred. Oyster Roasts a specialty. _.--" :i.M..i..1I Tit.pllJ"'LON"V.. 1C. ORMES, Manager. ;
Airs. E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor. .... t'..
STANLEY STEVENS Owner. I
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EACIFI4A'' r
ODGE Jfc CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS MKLBOUUNi IIKAC1IJVIYIIILE PALM
THE HIBISCUS
UNDEK NEW MANAGEMENT.

COTTAGE, MELBOURNE! PEACH, FLA. Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and J.Rko'Vorth. Excellent '' .
Table. Courteous Service Homn.. Comforts hates, f/iO:! / ) per day and, up-
)DVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Private Boarding House at Melbourne Bench. Rates: $3.00: to $7.00! per week. ',I wnids. Fhst-Class Restaurant Bunched to hotel.
$1.2.; per day. GRACE! O. CUM INGS:: Manager. A. W, FIUTSCH, Proprietor.Incorporated. .

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Opposite p stoffioe. .Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and renovutud. While When the Ulunt-r Jnrknon hour Dlnrtll still clings to RHEUMATISM Beach: flub Cafe. ft

the iiuouttuiu among country people ll ,
Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. bus a advanced the cities until now II 1''"
and CURED AT LAST ((1 )
occurs at auy time between noou .
Rates $2.50 per day and up. midnight. And that reminds us, says Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal l'olnclalllPalm Beach on the north. '
tho Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, of -
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. one of the many stories about Colonel) Good News For All Who Suffer Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
Davy Crockett. While he was a member With Klioiinmtlwm Free. ,
of congress aud was at his home In Toall who1 suffer with Rheumatismwill I
Tennessee some one asked him about gladly send free the wonderful.stor) ; Flret-Cnes) Chef Cuisine and Service.
ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE the dinner hour lu Washington lie of how my mother was cured after year '
FLA. said the common people ate dinner at suffering, together/ with the most olabu 7ri-vAto: ]1.n.1.n.: : & :norJ.ors ,r
them at 1, the merchants rate treatise on Rheumatism ever publlshod. -
built and 12. the next above Dinner Parties! of number at all hour.
American plan. Centrally located. Just open- at 3, Order received for any
at 2. the representatives cabinet No matter what your form of Rhoiima- _. ._ .. .__.. _, --__ -__- -- ., n.._.-_
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water the senators at 4, members of the tam Is, whether acute, chronic, miisou --- ----- ------ -- P
at 5 und the vice president at 0. sciatic MIAMI
del'ormant
lur lijll.iiiinmtory( ,
Baths Five minutes from wharf or depot. All! dine?" .
Elevator etc. any "But when does the president nul'alglatout/ lumbago, etc-no matter -
street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50\ per day. "What! Old Hickory\ r Bald Crockett, how many doctors have failed In ''Formerly; Palm Cottage. '
anxious to Ux a time thut would suit your case-no matter how many socallet The Palm Hotel
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. his Idea of JackHiiu's Ki-eutness. "Well, "sure cureit" you have tried-I want you MIAMI, FLA.
ho don't eat till next duyl" to write to me and let me tell you how ,

Hcv.G. P. II. Martin, 1,1 L, OWaveily mother I am neither wan cured.a Doctor nor a Profcssoi Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements large, airy rooms;newly 4' ,1
Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE broad verandas. Cuisine the vety best Rates, *:U and
with breezy
furnlidied
bUKln'eKs-but I I ,
of
EW VICTORIA HOTEL Texas, writes:"Of a morning, -simply a plain man MULLER
FLA. when first using I otter Jlnd a trouble- have a CURE for' Rheumatism, and I I $2.60 per day Special )per week 0 US. A. Proprietor-
some collection of phlegm, which Produces want to tell everyone who sutTers will) __.. 0 _. .. ..
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50: ; per a cough, and U very hard to dls- Rheumatism all about It. I wish to boluarly < 1CISYVEST.. "
small of Ballard's understood, and trust that al
day. European: plan; rooms, 50 cents to 1.00 each person. lodge lorehound; but a Syrup quantity will at once dislodge who are suffering with this terrible disease .

R. BIXLER, Proprietor. It, and the trouble U over. I knowof DO however apparently beyond the
medicine that Is equal lo It, and It la so reach of cure, will write to me this day
Jefferson FLA.JAS. .
__ n - pleasant to take. I can mOIl", cordially and I will send you by return mall thli The KEY WEST
MAGNOLIA SI'KINGS recommend It to nil persons, needing a work of mine. I appeal especially to the ,
.- medicine for tin out. or lung troubles*" "chronically 111" who are wearied and
Price 2;:>e, GOc, $l bottle at li. ll. Wilson [liHOOuragud with "doctoring" and U) P. VINING Manager. .

agnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS: FLA. % Son.:! ourable.those who" All have you been have case thought aside as about"In Itopover allowed on all Havana tickets via 1'. A O. S. B.lCo.
(St. Johns River) Let tel .. -- -.- '
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28 miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam you our experience. Surely, If you have '
c6s4 have suffering friendIt ,I [ISLAND CITY HOTEL KEY WEST, FLORIDA.
ers Open fireplaces in all rooms. Steam heat. Elevator. Electrlo J.lghts.Pure .1 8 Rheumatism, or a .
spring water. Dry climate. 'No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf course. oc will lay you to Investigate my otter,, .. t
Tennis, Fishing, :Shooting.: Two swimming pools and baths. $-l.1I1) per daj '" it (D anyway, and prove for yourself then W, J. PALMER MANAGER rand
Special O. D SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. claim I mnko. Hates .1.00: per'day 4
weekly rates. fr- Send me your address to-day- postal New. Modern. First-clans. 'Bus moots all Hteamsrs./ :
card will -and I will mull you till upwards-Commercial Special.

SRABREEZK. wonderful' Htory. If you have any _. .. .__ _.__ __, -- _. ,_,_ ...0RT. __. :!
xb4o Friends suffering with Rheumatism m -
r I-ETI' ItSJUJIU1 s
matter where. located, send me their
o'E nddresn, and I will mall them copy
NOW OPEN.SEABREEZE i r..Jo8fg My address! In VICTOR JIAINHOLT.Bloomfleld flJE.BELMONT ST. PETERSBUKO. FLA. 3I ,
he Colonnades had.dirvt Opened November 10th.
(Daytona) FLA. ErC' 0to -- On tile west. sboroof Tampa Bay. The most healthful winter resort city In the
!''Itate. On high ground, pule water, perfect dralnniro; spacious piazzas, room t
rge and newly furnished, papered and painted. Rules, $2: per dl\Y; $SO' $1 .OQ l i
SPECIAL:! RATESvUNTIL: JANUARY 15TH. (- a' n per week. W. 11. TIPPETTS, Proprietor.WASHINGTON. .

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CHAS. A. CREIOHTON, Manager. yo '
8&& THE BUCKET BUFFET
V LO t,
iLMER A SHARES Proprietors. csI J&; 7r77'dt aiO Sixth street WASHINGTON, D. C.,

( ) 11 t Ei. n Is one of the mot popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar house. In Washington, )

sl fi a. 0 t'fr' ,rjwr y All of the best brand In itock, and the prices a* low as any house In the city. Ift j
Fhe ; h "Mu &;Q'
Clarendon hull SEABREEZE, FLA. 1t+st '0 Southerners meet many friend here. Note tbe address: 210 Sixth Street, t

:! IS i.ClG station. ( .
icing the National Hotel and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania *

OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR JOHN E. BUCKEY, Proprietor, 210 Sixth$ Street, WASHINGTON, D. C.NiW .

remodeled refurnished and under new manage c.1:. y sEt /r r/'Pe 4t'v. .. .. .- -
Facing the Sea. Entirely .5" F YOU 1C 7))

ment. Best Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the season, a0o .t' 0: --.-- -
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I'larendou Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the Claren 'b .

'Ion' [Inn, Seabreeze, Florida. E. L. POTTER, Prop.C. ( l = KIDNEY DISEASES Hotel Marlborough 4

II. KNAPPE, Mgr. ,

___-- - jir. fatal of all dis Broadway, :IttHh and 37th Street, NEW YORK. 1
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ICOCKLEDCn ire 400 Rooms. 200 bath room. Lighted entirely with electric )lights. Conducted j

QI eases. on American and European plan, and I II managed under the personal
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.. CURE III supervision of the owner. '

tew Rockledge Hotel ROCKLEDOK, FLA. :. FOLEY'S' KIDNEY euarantiad R.nadjDT E. S. CROWELL, Manager. d..

INDIAN RIVER. i
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refunded. Contains lotel
VendomejBroadwayand4l.tstreet
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situated In midst of full bearing orange grove, overlooking) Indian River money yl
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nexcelled bunting and .filhlng., Casino, Billiard and Bowling. J.hel'7'8team ': L [ remedies recognized by eml-
Heat, and suites with Private Bath. Two dally concert by 11rst- d N lent physicians as the best lot FIREPROOF. 300 room., single and en suite, with private bath and toll i
many rate untIl!I ftO'E Good 1.BO large room. $2; and with I,
weekly J trouble EUROPEAN PLAN. room ;
Special
'sias* orchestra. Rates, 3.00 per day and upward. Kidney i and Bladder room '
under the
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and upward.. The management per
January 20th. .9.8 PRICE SOe. sad ilA4. private bath $:I.tiO per day '
FRANK GRUEN, ManagerI #
H. R. SHARES, Proprietor. II. 1C. WIIJSOX & SON. onal supervision of the owner.

!lllI1e' Rote!: :New Weir, Lake Wlnnlpesaukee N. II. 1 .

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JANUARY 1903.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE,

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To Hotel Proprietors, I BREVARD COUNTY COMMlS-: A GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATIONNEEDED.. Robbins & Graham I Ilaoorporated. Go. THE JEWELRY STORE


Merchants i SIGNERS. ( .) ,

To Commission TITCSVIIJ.B, Jan. 8, 1903- PAID UP CAPITAL ';!5.000.00.Thl.oompan1 .
... called to order on tbe
and others; The Board was
.j Storekeepers, .
To 5th. Instant, b, order of the Chain To the Taxpayers and propert10wnere owns __
If want to get good results Present: J. It Walker lat Dtstrie; J. of IHst. No Titusville, LaOraSbiloh ,
you I S.
la the R Allot, nd District; R. A. Coakllog, Haulover and suburbs. ,' ZAN: 3D .,
advertise J. C. Jones' ,, 4th Di.Lriet. and Fellow Taxpayers :
3rd I ii>trict; Friends On the St.
aDd J. K. Bell, &tb District; A. A. Stew. I Tbe lime has come when It bebo V" I in the Indian Rivet Country MANDA VILLE'S' JEWELRY STORE

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, art, clerk; J. N. Waller, deputy .berlCL us to get up and do something. of Since tbe Lucie liver; at New River and onBiacarne. a7
Minutes of the last regular m..etJaj; Oct., Igwrt, I have been a member
TITUSVILI.E, Indiaa River FLORIDA. were read and approved. Board from this end of the county .nd Prices\ to suit the time Is the place to buy jour Watches and Jewelry

extent '" Notary public' bond of O. A.St.e-art.. the only mark of your appreclatlo of Send for Land List.
The ADVOCATE circulates with L A. Brady and D. B Prltcbatd; services has been the ballot, box. hand, and everything
lemon pia. my Fl... assortment alwsy.oo
IT throughout/ tbe orange,Floridagto + laf as sureties was approved. You have certainly shown It tbere-lbree. Offices at THosvllle and Miami A fine ,
apple a.nd fish section of I tommt..looer Bell reported bavlDg times; but what we want Dow is orfizitivn.
every post/office/ between Jaek.avflle St.I. rented the house on the lirevard coual, \ We need and must have a Good Guaranteed to be strictly flrsmlass! and up-to-date.

.ad Key Went, ae ",'ellaalnto every tbe "Plak rock land in Dade county, at *4.Hl per Roads Association. Let.. organize:; Jet East Coast Meat Market

ID the i'-aioa. It \* known as month and banded the Treasurer fl.OO: us get together. Tbe whole districta All given to mail orders. Satisfaction -
Paper of Florids"Tb. of idvanced rental.Report body acting together, can most a*..ur- Special attention
East Coast of Florida has anme of Tax Collector of Licetsollected silly I accomplish more than one mau. G. F. DUREN Agent.

the tiaetl hotels in hotel the United I* oveiflo Srate.<.< during the month of Deoem Now, can we not effect an orgaoizatloa a:: Guaranteed., Correspondence Solic1'-*!.

and nearly every tbe winter.. N>
during! dl.
with tourist ADVEnT: JC.Olve t18. I county was received. in tbe different settlements of our --
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IS TOUR TIME TO .d. and ;yo.. Report of Tai Collector of Poll Tai trict as good and as true men asblessed ever U2 -=-w
the ADVOCATE your month of December for I tbe We have competent
the
O.irofficeis. a kino t.f luring; a country. CIO: ss
will Dot regret It. I 19( + amounting to '13.00), was, reoelved. for position la life. When .b..U :
for raLe", ele., ,,ear -, mea any
Information =
Curea of have a mass meeting and organize :
we and
I' addre, Report of the County Treasurer Wall Let us then be up and doing. e. G. L. MANDAYILLE Jeweler Optician
Advertising Manager, TUB ADTOCAT. received and checked up aod the pirarrsnu With a heart for any fate ,

Titusville, ria.JEWELERS. turned over by him with bis report Still pursuing' still achieving FLORIDA.
i, were. destroyed by Messrs. Coak. Born to labor and not wait. _:DC: ,ttf NC.3 TITUSVILLE,
h Ing and BelL The Treasurer bad i ble Joua R. WALKER, =' _
seal certificate of deposits attached to County Commissioner, -=wy.a
& bl. report.The District No. 1 1. .17'Y c3Z ::3R0.
following balance was turned over TITUSVILLE, FLORII :E: ::_ L : 3R.E: ,

AND :SILVERSMITH, by 1". II. Boye, the outgoing Couat1 _DEALERS IN-
John Henry his success* YACHT RACE AT STUART
to
41 West Bay Street, Amount'reasnrer turned over, (..,:nG.3t. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCt

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. On motion, J.V.. Long is placed 00 At a recent yacht: race at Stuart 00 PRODUCE, of- all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE!!

Largest stock in this section of count' tbe pauper list at 18.00 per his month.payroll of tbe St. Lucie River, the following waa iVe We deal handle exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cot,
The Cleik presented delivered at station.
the result: and all Groceries, your
Bstsblisbed In 18is8. the Fall Term of tbe Write us for prices on Grain
t tale's witnesses Cat-boats. Start Sec. Mln. Fla. ire T1TUSVILLE. :FLA.
Send for descriptive catalogue. iicuit Court amounting to f36.00: Don, C. Woodward, 1 41 Si: 31 57 w' 'y E. L. BRADY BRO.

.bleb wan approved. >awn, R. edbetter, 1 44 47 33 L:!
The Cietk's, report of lax certified.. 1 45 20 not fln.;
Carl
),llscbief, Uaney: ,
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH... tE'df'emed01' purchased during muni Sloops S. W. CARROLL,
of Nov and. Dee I. I'.fti;,!, au' received. 2:1.: Stauley Kltchtng, I S4 OS 35 39
Bunds of F. R. Hunter, D. P. Gibsa 14. K. Bradford 1 63 SS 35 63 -Dealer In-

Brewing Asso's.Fawotes A. G. 1I0..ell.) M. K. Hall, S. O. Free ai.ndK. 2 J, ilex Geblert, 1 K) 57 not fit i iverglad FRUIT AND VEGETABLE&!

M. Perry, to carry concealed weapon, ; .C.Miroeder 1 82: 4,1 + 'r4r1aw iROCERIES GRAIN, FEED,

St. L aa. Keg and Bitlod '" .pre approved. Chas Wo-Mlwaid's Don beat the Da. .. a .t Tour Patronage Solicited.
.: Bonds of W. S. Norwood. D. P. Glb100. teal sailing time by 2minutes, but bad Crockery, Glass and Tinware,

: Boer. F. R. Hunter W. H. Auld J. L. to allow the I)awn 1 min. 31 sea time, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

:l J,1 8 old b y M_.*. F.A.Lxmley_ awford: F. M. Brown, to carry till)". 110 that tbe Don only detected the D..wa

R. L. Motlow, Tltn.TlI)..,FUBy IUle approved.On by tbe close margin of 8 sees.
motion, *3OOOO is transferred trom sailed !Stanley Hitching! defeated RIVER ICE FACTORY.
33: by INDIAN
Mr. R. L. Motlow,Cooo. F1a.. Lbe fine aDd forfeiture fund to the fee the, Dun by & rain and 34 seoonc ", If I Your House Goes np in Smol

iDIr prisoner' fund. roving!: herself" to be the fastest, boat III TITUSVILLK FLA.
JOSEPH ZAP) On motion Warren Frazier was then tbe and loose everythingit loose. Special attenttd
race. you quantitySacked or
"y I permit to.capture a manatee' for scieio Prizes: Don 112.21; 23, $12.21; 1 H. Is your own fault.G'1ro b i prepared to furnish for Ice Yachts tn any or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto
sacking
paid
+w, Sole Agent. II ( purposes.OiUficale to the Board of Managethe r.of '''1.07.Judces' : H. W. Beasey, E. Stjpm n : Insur: aZ100. I T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

Deaf and Blind Institute, In tbe G. \W. afficient to cover tbe value of the pn.op-
Tlme-keepeis,
, ., 610 to OiO West Bay StareJACKSONVILLE mutpr of Kenneth Gordon Wiilman M. R. John erty and household effects should bee,; .
IcPberaoa.,
ff w and Cbsa.
bliDd boy, was approved by the Board. PoArk. rled. Rates are not high. The compaoi! T.LS"'" ...i .r.T-TTi. L..L ', !iXL Y S A.DLE
.f. FLA. Keportof Superintendent of Con vie' we represent are solvent, reliable and lib-
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: ;.i IVall received. DEATH OF AN INDIAN. eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.Don't ,tat noi fi
I{ On motion, condemnation proceed! neglect to tike out a policy. SADDLE HORSES
.3;=1.. L. MOTI..OW. .'EED AND SALE
h; u I iD the 3rd and 4th dUtrlcU are .tll&id) Tommie Jumper, grandson: of the late SCHUTLER A: 3RANNING: ,

t i: over for action until the February men .- 'toinole Indian chief died on the 26th. ITUSVILLE FLORID -.STABLES_ BUGGIES,

;; I. iDg.Oa motion tbo Hoard purchased tbe upon old tbe Jumper border camp.of the lie Everglades recently weiValdoatA i atthe Correspondence Invited.A BAGGAGE ,q N SURREYS,
\' lot 8 In block 11, forLbe .
IOIlt.h 40 feet of to la., for treatment, accor '9tl
f:; purpose of erecting the proposes panled by his brotber, Willie and L. W. Fine Place For Sale.) TRANSFER, and TURNOUT(
n Clerk's office upon. ol Fort Lauderdale. Speeds s,
-- Geo M. Robbins I. retail arsball, ..all kinds.
t OD motion
It. there pronounced hi. case as coi 11.\! VLI5T G.ETC.
;, &d a. counsel for the Board, for the eo.lulnlt mptlon. lie then went to Dr. S. G. 200 feet. on Indian River sod runnii ,

,' year at $UMKI per year \\'orley, at St. Augustine, where an opo.| back SOOft. to county road; a lot adjoin J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
': 1'be[ petition t>f laity Jennings!: forril a1pt ....r.tfa>a was performed upon lh.. Indiaixm InlC IHSft., river foot, running! b=-ek14f1ft ITUSVILLEBack of Grand View hotel. FLORID)
1'1, > levy lax of 7 mill., was leceivedI U his return he salt. be did not..Dt ; on a bluff, 2011 above the rive,

IDd I compared, a majurit uf tbe quahfitod ..... be cut any mare; be preferred! bll{ ..liicli is salt ..water and three mllea
.. t s a !Blurs in the nth < ommisaion. ))1."Ict .- T rot.ft"ined at Str&D thl\a'a !de at this place.
e : having signed the same, on tnolivi I Ibe .Ieep Foil>mrnie Lauderdale until ..boutthrM < House. of six rooms, has been kept THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY

< same t. ftranted.t camp, weeks ag.', where be was ...keD.nd palated and in good; repair; 25ft. from
; appearing! to this Board that theItale ( where he died. It In not know liver bank, commanding a beautiful view
I
law attainat Sunday bunting la beI_ be burled tbe Indians keel of Indian Rivet; stairs lead down 1 Wthe ,
here was
MERCHANTS
lalt violated in this county, the &h.rt1tI. > river, and a dock built out Into tbe WHOLESALE FRUIT, PRODUCE & POULTRY
tioieby instructed to see that \hl.ItIItllte 10j;; I it a secret.iTOP accommodate small boats A
I. Her to
be renpected. ver-failing well with pump near kitel We buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Product

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Tbe road petition of J. O. Simmons. IT t-A neglected cough or ('.o1d ea door, and a never-faiilog spring ofcle"r. ..ad guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give oweloae

W Ales Stout, Etc. t &1., for a public road Is granted, anc m.lea.s to serious take bronchial chances or wbe lUDIC coil pure water a short distant personal attention to tbe consignments and any business entrusted touswijve
lbe following committee appointed toomark lrouble.> Don house. Home lot and poultry yard8 11m&de / |
from of the market. Return
"Send me orders. aid Tar affords pet fec ha, tbe benefit of our experience and knowledge
p your view and lay out same: .. O.FrlM ley's Honey feDced with. poultry netting. Ono b.lllMfor :
TITUSV1LLE and COCOA: FLORIDA J. W. Baylor and C. H. Stewart. leCurlt1 rom serious. effects uf a ecld.Sold i. poultry and Belgian hares 12x22 feed on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Potato

teportof JlIlllcea of tbe Peace W. L.Keeter by B. It. Wilson&: Son Titusville, a smaller fancy poultry house. ''Ouloo.. Celery Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples Peaches, Plums,

t W. U. Brvncon, C. F. Conklinj 74 orange trees just coming Into bear,
ete. ete.
Hodgson Bros.: .ad I J. M. Sanders, was received.Warder BREVARD COUNTT TKKASVRER' lag. 2 grapefruit trees, 3 peach trees, 3 :, We solicit correspondence and will.keep you In touch with the market
and Game
!otter of the Fish STATEMENT. jppernong grape vines-all beaiing-

I ... referred Lathe Chairman for reply. ........,. Itt., I9O4. aeyeral kumquats and guava bnshei.. The New York Grocery Co.
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. 00 motion the offer of the F. K. C 8&1& cash Oil hand. Deo. lit, I1KU...$ .1J..f i 1An .bade trees and tropical trees and ..hrabaoear ,

Marine Railway. R,. Co. to put In a crossing over tbelrright roo ived in Ueo.1902.( ........ Moot the bouse. JI9o.111( BRIDGESt., JACKSONVILLE: FLORID

of way and tracks at tbe end ofCommercl..1 TotaL..n.. .... .. ....__ ... ...._.* 4J)nl 4$ A good county road along near Jlverba.Dk.
o.neral1fflrcb"DI.a and Ship Chandlers street, Is accepted. LN. warrant* paid tn 1'p.... 1903.idaltvcred from Titusville, the county seal,

p'' Special Facilities. inntract: with vault the Diebold be Safe ..adl..exk In .&... cbaal to Board County.. OouimtMloaisn4 .... ........ ..- l, OO 4llanos e1e.ea miles north, to RockWge. a beat
Co., for a to placed Ufullnu.rretlOrt., nlnemilessoutb, wit
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing tbe new Clerk's' office was. signed.'be on band Jan.Irt,isxu ..... .$3.481 i iABOVB ('00.>s, a nice little business town, ..adCity Seeds For Summer Crops.

Tachts and Launches.Mootion following bills were examined: and Point between. Railroad ..tatlon.mUe .
.pproed by the finance committee, aadwarr.Dt. In S&Imlian L* C.River IS HELD data AS!Bank FOLLOWS: west. Postoffice and school near.

tb. ADVOCATE'b ee WTlU..e.Virginia ordered to be drawn for theaame Df'po&1c.d.'. Cabi.,r's certificate,attached re acre of very fine fruit land DearIItatioD
v Jan. 0, mo.Wklksr ( monthly i per .1101't. ............ .... 1,181 0Jt (from which a little was given foraectlon Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beaaa, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte, Giant.

Clf'n..r&i' FDDeI.J ... CBS BKU>sai!>O TO KACH rTKD! AS FOt : bouses) containing a beautify Beggarweedclean. J
'
; R Co Com and ...Oeap' tOO LOW: orchid of 100 tr.es, mostl,
S Vronklmg. R .'-O.D rai Fund..I 678 10ung peach "
f vea<
Homes R I.A R. Mlot. r I3" !WIl ..ntv Road smut Hn<1([ Fund .. ..... ... MHnlldiBC f' In bearing bore flee crop this yearit ; CC:> AT :PEAS:

I <>.h.. t.. Junes. .w. N- -. 9e.rl( CIO tIOI :: ftti and Fund Forfeiture... Pond; .:?:::. a 9e.T :' good alto! and exceedingly: : Ilcbft.vJr. Whlpp, Clays, Wonderful Black. Unknown Lad ftnllf': ''''. *

J P 141 brows; J illor ... .. ................. 3e till .. P>-tins'Pntncwr Fund 11IO A little house near station al.waa Jean Bright block; Lowest Prices Conch l'eas. Soc:> ter qt. Postpaid; II.
Il .. .. Janitor _.... .. ............. till lIa-! Road Fond.N.w Ot t.! .1 ...... M M rents for *1 or $1.50 per monthpens Pf'Ck4:1: bushel.
learn all about Virginia Lands, .. M waiUn&rcni Co Com. .......... t MtCJwteaeelingrutmuu. .. N "t 11II11II111. this soil particularlpeed ), .
You Fertilizers
t ....... .... ft ontofnn .. M .. .. N ::.::.: .. pronounce ad.d..lag. Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Too. ,
Its resources, products, mode of cultivation accountant. ........... .. .... UMurterifairirrau .. N N 4.... .. ITft8t to grape culture. Price by
l ,prloe, eta, by reading the A R .A..[ ..... .... ........ ...... in( onConkllnK .. - Ha.... .... e.9! 15r.ty "BOX 10," L. CAMERON. Tne Seed Store
Virginia Farm r. Send lOcts. (" ]II ) ferryman ........ ... ..... is IMtrtoLJcbt Game warden. Fund ..... MI\ 41ftI"rorern Ilardeeville Fla. 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA
i the Co .. .... .. .. .......... loan [ n' l..K_..ed Pemina Fund..... I Mntyttrbool -
for 3 months subscription to IJ' salary. county' Judas ...... :m soRttblnwm -("'neral Fund. .....,..". 13
I Farmer Co., Emporia Va. T A a. Penalty raw* waritoa ......... 40 M II!;:dal Tat School I>.....No.1.... .... 14 17
It ..... .. .> ....... .. Itttl: "
W Norwood.Eeg ,Mace, ....... is lOtaktra. N -I.
i H to II 1".1"7" ITo At.,........... 83 nnnl .. .. 3............ Mel. A NEW INVENTION. Taber's TreesHave
-TtTAXTKD-A TRrSTWtmTHY GIt..TLIC11 ..... O 8t Hank Int OB war .... ...... CAMKLrraan
man nr lady la "..-11 mantv to BUUUMEiMinlofm le .uIwnbam Total .. .. ................ ......., 4.481 i2
tat a. oM..ttahl .b.. In.'elllI..I&I.IIII(. A Ualrfct. boDe ad. N ................ B mft
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J LiP..I. awn
F wtwkl* Mh ulcry ot ,SISJNip&KI eback .....b ]II "utrh.rNcllis. ................ (MS enviable reputation for being well thrifty and true to aaoleven
i' Wedn.MUy wan all fixpenMMdiiwt from hrad- C "' ., ................ "W ecently Patented all Over the World. important considerations: to the planter. Among our thousands of aat'iHHttoiners .
... Monr.dvantwlforeapen.a." M an. .......... HOMES IN A SUM- !
i ee.rLer. I W ......, ...... .eon WINTER sped*
la the United !States Government for whom we are growing
j l' &4+.raacattnmbuadeug.tllraan Sjul A 0..... ................ a oe '!
n f0 MER LAND. ,bride, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years exteflit'hard
for sale at ::.:jm.tce: : ':.::'.:..:::::::: sin : and Nursery experience .la st your service. Fruit trees, Shade trees, HOlt'aad
tubes
Filter are now
: W..I...... N ................ e'" The Walton.
l this office, price Vts: : ; | stage extra. a 111....J. C. Jobn.oe, .. ............. ... armantha The Southern Railway has Issued Itiuliful Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.
I .. .............
a CIJob.lt.m.I
OrtAc
[. .. ................ a on "Winter Homes in a Snmmei GLEN SAINT MARY :NURSERIES, O. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR, 1
I J} OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AL- .. H rTnpooltrj .. ....... ...... 600B 1..nd" folder for the season 11W2-3\ Tbl.faMer Florid
; von's Rapid Calking Tools now In use It._ Howtnaa N ....... oo is published In very attractive: Self Locking Tackle Block Gleo Saint; Mary,
,, by boat owner' In the United States II I Bore, corns as Co Treaa"V. 130 51t I IG form, and is profusely illustrated with -
--t Price *",-00 and 13.00 t each at the AD- Frost, atty eondm proc. . 50 00Joha pbot.t1gnpb. of the famous Southernter
VOCAT office' Tltusville, Fla.t' a henry prop road fund . U W resorts and their environments fade In various shapes and sixes ofWOOD.
; A A :Stewart: clerk Co Ct . 13 SO It also contains numerous views of the IRON and BROXZE. Win.'III'Ork The Pioneer Cooperage
,. clerk' ('-0 Com And 133 M of Tbe ..abtroplcal
mountains -
:' from tbe
Land For Sale. .. any equally well with rope, chain orIre
tax redm reports 16 35: : scene of Florida and Nassau LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.I .
I. It r Moore, elec expenses. . 1 20 full and complete rope.
booklet
land Thl. gives
179% acres first-class pineapple> manufacture all kinds .D desirable front, on St. Lucie river at a G T Peters, 123 form..tloo regarding all of the leadingter nil work at any height upside. down,,
1\\ bargain. For rea onable terms write. A..A Stewart:: clerk to Ct Ct. 3? AS resorts for health or pleasure bort&onta111. or at any angle, and .....111.top In need of a tank, write me for estimate as I ran fllfyoar order to perfection

W. Lrcit.Tlbbals. record murder cases 14 P3t aad also complete.' of all the smaller TOM JOHNSON LaGrange, Ma.
and lock point
a
,, ''C n t tRubineon.CtCtstenogtspber 45 110 which have any
L Fla. ''bu.l. and boarding!: houses -
Ct Ct 3O tit) nvaluable for kind of businesi -
.1 l' Brown waiting!!: >mmodatlons for wintdr tourists, giv- every
.. telegrams. :a R3 I IDJit rates per day, week and month ..ad'other wbere a block Is needed, frequently sav-

... JrRJ'll1g. .. sum witnesses. .". 93 M valuable data to those desiring 10locate lal the labor of one man or more.
23: a,) in tbeSout.h. !: Launches For Sale !
t .. for the wiateranywbere like It for banging or stretch-
t r; Drawing or baollnc n .11 inds prompt .um"1t _f'nlre" 61 40 Tothlng
attended Meet all trains. Stove .. .' Kl
,I J to. sum spe venire ? 7S If t you are contemplating a trip to anysonlat IDIt wires
wood supplied. T T {Wetmore' ice Ct Ct. . fAr do not fail to first supply yonrseliIt Add..11 communications to tbeWalton
Air BID ilADLKT, Titusville. .1 !of[ Otban, bailiff . 5 00 ... this booklet, by sending a one Of'at.t.mp
.1 H t Wjrno, t4 . 7 so to any passenger agent of Ibtacompaa" :34 foot Launch 3 foot beam, standing roof 14 hone power Buffalo Motor

Clothing Cleaned" nJ'Nl, A '%* Mathes' . 7 roOM If you are not eonte-raolatini; Self-Locking Block Go speed 12 mile.
E Englinh! It. . 5 00 will find mucht
send for
J C Mendel, 6 23Roo trip. one; you (Incorporated.) 30 foot Launch 6 foot beam, standing roof, I bone power Buffalo Motor.

I Pressed and Repaired.Add,..., Ladies' dresses ly Walsteln, wash clothes pris 1 t.) Hater It to Interest tourist you.tickets at greatly redut'led Oftlce and Wanroom.1M Atlantic Ave. 26 foot Launch 6 ft., :3 In. beam, glass; cabin 6 hone power Mlanna Motor.

a rpeeialty. S.AjPItRltt. A A Stewart, elf oop of sentence 4 91; rates now on .....Ie.For :Sear Ro..'. Wharf, Elevated Station.
'. 1J R t Wilson A: SOD, med for pris. :S 13 further particulars .. to rates, All In Good Running Order.
Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, n R Wilson mdss for jail . 8 13 BOSTON, MASS.
P. O. Bolt *S5. Sanford, Fla. J richard A Son, mdse jail, C II 11 So roate. and reaorta, write to

'i.. rjlT Reading notice ads on this pap Tum Johnnon, repairs j to CD. 1 00 District H. F.Pans CART Agent; ample Blocks can be seen at tbe ADTOC.4TB GEO. R. WALLACE West Palm Beach Fla. I

office TltntviUe.
t srs live cents per line per week. (continued on 4th page.) Jacksonville Fla. ,

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