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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 16, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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L.. 95. NO. 91. TITUSVILLE,. 'FLORIDA.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1O 1OO8. PRIDE/5o. ,
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LOCAL- NEWS -Mr. Frank It. Boys has the thanks SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. -Do you want a launch cheap ? Read -Mr. J. Dardonvllle, one of our N"w'' AMONG THE HOTELS. .

of the ADVOCATE for a present of some the ads. on this page York is now at his winter I -
J. WISS A SONS' IMPROVED PRACtical : aubaOriber"r I
fine
grapefruit and tangerine ter l tt.
l Topics of General Inter'ellt.THE Mr. Boys has an oranges a. few orange clippers SOots at James -Mr. G. Nolle, one of Sbllob'lI orange Where to stop along the East; Coast. '

miles south of Titusville.Mr. orange. grove Pritchard & Son growers, was In town a day or two this -Mrs. E. J. Burns, of Canaveral, has See list of hotels on pages 4 and 7.
week. been the guest of Mrs Geo. W. Sqoble,
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ADVOCATE, P. Oilllland. Miss Mattle GI1H- -Mrs. M. S. Jones, jr., and little son, In Tltusvllle, this week. Whore to stop In Titnsvllle? See Tl 1

1.50 per annum in advance. land, and Mr. J. S. Lincoln, of Lexlng- Minor, who have been visiting relativesIn -Attorney Ceo M. Robbins has been tusville hotel ad on our 7th page,
1.00 six months, '. ton arrived town, left for their homeat, Quay on spending a couple of days or so at Palm FUKNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT,
Ky., at the Indian River hotel all
The ADVOOATB Is now on file at
Beach and Miami this week In Tltusvllle six Apply P. O
countries. Sunday attendingto rooms.
2.00 per an. to foreign yesterday, to do some hunting and
law matters. Box 33: Tltusvllle Fla. the best hotels In New York city,
subscribe for the ADVO- fishing. They have been on a trip to -Mr. Chan. D. Case, of Lake City, .
ten by you the year, It does not cost you Tampa, Key West and other places. has been enjoying a visit in Titusville -Friendship Chapter No. 11, Orderof -Mrs. J. W. Brown and Mrs M. E. The ADVOCATE is on file every weekat

:, week postage; included. Mr. for a few dayn. He says be thinks he Eastern Star will boill{ a meeting In Brown, of New York, arrived at the the American Club, Havana.
cents per E. L. Brady, who {is down from -
will remain their In Indian River hotel Indian River hotel
here. Wednesday.
Titusville chapter-room on Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to
EAST COAST ADVOCATE is ont says he has just finished marketing -
\B: the following news-stands, at five his orange crop of 1,400 boxes -The cold wave flag was flying from on Tuesday evening next, at 7:30: o'olook. GO TO E. A. WADDELL, :MIAMI, stop at those hotels whose ads. are on

i per copy : from his six-yoar-old 20-acre( grove. Ills the flag-staff of the Indian River hotelon -Mrs. C. L. Wright, who has spent Fla., If you want to buy choice bits of our 7th page.

,.usvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. fruit was exceptionally fine. Although Monday and Tuesday, when the temperature the past two months in Green Cove real estate. Manager of Cutler e8tate.A ." :Mr. Simeon Leland, chief clerk at the

cksonvllle-Duval'hotel. the thermometer has been down to 30 dropped as low as 32 degrees Springs; with her daughter,. Mrs. Geo. VT force of men have been busily en- Ponce de Leon Hotel St. Augustine/ has

". News stand, Union depot once before there this winter and was for a while.AdEUte Hanford, returned to her home In TltusvlUe gaged this week repairing the big smokestack arrived from Now York, and Is being

the same again this morning!!, no damagewas Paint and Varnish Remover, on Wednesday. at Florida Extract Company's warmly greeted by his many friends. /
done to trees Miami r
7,' Reading notice ads. are ten cents Metropolis.TO Removes old paint and varnish In -Mr. W. Budd. jr., traveling auditor, The world-wl de famous Ponce de Leon 4

me on'this pace.: TO CLOTHING AND DRY ., lltantl and Mr. E F. McVeigh, train master, of works.Mr.. Andrew Frosohor has the thanksof hotel, St. Augustine, Is open. Ills un
.. of Eldred OOODS::! MERCHANTS -For East Coast Lumber & Supply Co., the F. E. C. Ky., were passengers on the '
C. McCarty, the ADVOOATB for a of some
Attorney present Murray
a pleasant caller at this office on Kent, a Fine, Coiner Brick 2t Eau Gallie, Fla. through; passenger' train, Monday, south- fine tangerine: oranges, grown on his

day. Store In Titusville. the county -Mr. and Mrs. Eaton, of Xanosville, bound.Dr. place at LaGrnnge. Ponce de Leon successfully) for eleven
town of Brevard I ml
on ran 0. south E. E. Rollins and Mr. L. A. years.
were passengers; on Sunday's
with small Board
Pineapple offer to men River. Suitable for clothing, -At the last meeting of the of
bound tr'alnt eu route to Ttbbals, on a out quail hunting Wednesday Jacksonville Is In much better shape
Look sharply for W. W. Luce'sn furnishings dry County Commissioners Mr. John R,
tal. gents. goods, killing ,
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris, the limit of the law. They tfJ handle the crowds this season than
8. etc. Rare chance for a good Walker, ot TltUMvllle, was unanimously, 1
> page hotels in Jacksonville
prominent and popular pineapple grow report quail as plentiful as at the open. last The are now
re-elected chairman.
Mr. A. D. Baldwin a wellknowner up-to-date business man on ers. Mrs. Eaton Is a sister of Mrs. Ing of the hunting season. all-the-year-places) and have been doinga

resident of ,Rockledge, was a the East Coast. Immediate -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MoFarlant, afteran good business rough the ;year. Note
possession. Full particulars Indian River Lodge No. 00, F.; & A. i 1
Harris.Mr. ads 7th
of their
caller at this otfoe.r. absence from Tltusvllle of a couple on page.
pleasant of Geo.M. Robbins,Titusville, J. H. Allen, of Palmyra, N. Y., M,, had their adjourned meeting at their months so returned to the Indian '
\r. WADDELL, MIAMI, IS TIlE jp7 '. Fla. ...La arrived at the Indian River hotel, Mon. Lodge-room, at Indian River hotel, on River hotel or yesterday., Mr. MoFnrlunt Mr. Harry W. SeArles, who; for severa. *

In you want. lie has real estate ofI -The friends of Commodore day, bringing his bird dog along with Monday, when Mr. A. K. Wilson took will ahortly join Forepaugh's big show, winters was cashier of Hotel Royal Poln- < ,i ,I
I kinds for sale. Call on him.. many him. .This week he has been busily engaged his entered apprentice degree In Masonry. clans aDd Breakers-changing from one
John B. Russell, of Hartford, Conn., will has had the other *: i'alm Beach writes that
getting his yacht In order for a -The ADVOOATB office carpenters to -n ItI
Mr. Jerome Feaster, of Kariaas City, regret to learn Ihat he recently died at, WANTED-Men to learn' barber trade. similar at.
he Is position
cruise down Indian River, Lake Worth painters and carpet layers at now holding a r
:od here, Sunday, and left, next day, the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harrison ; and Bay Blscayne. Practical course given by free work, work this week, and a recent old news Hotel Short'hamVa hIPltton, D. C., '

Jensen and Stuart, to spend the win- at Leesbnrg, Va., where he was expert Instructions, lectures etc., etc. paper man, who called at this ethos, sale where the ADVOCATE follows.Mr. I r
visiting. Mr. Russell was a genial and HAVE YOU IMPROVED OR UNIM- Tools presented, wages ou Saturdays bad the neatest printing office in the
whole-souled gentleman, well and favor proved property to sell We, can sell board provided. Catalogue mailedfree. we Noel Mitchell\ formerly chief clerkof I I
Mr. A. D. Penney has been visiting ably known to many residents of Tltusville it for you. Or do you want to: buy Moler Barber College, New Orleans I etate.:! Hotel Buckingham/ St. Augustine;

mother, Mrs. W. N. Ilendry, at Fort Rookledge and other points on In- We have what you want. Our offices La. 2t -Dr. E. E. Rollins has the thanks of Hotel Granada, Alec: Gallie; and other 'V

ce this week. Her daughter, Lollle, dian River. His yachtj Eleanor, lies at located In all the States. Address: the ADVOCATE for a bunch of fine quail. hotels, Is now at Ocean Park, California,

mpanled her. Titusville, and it was Mr. Russell's Intention United Real Estate Agency: 120 South teacher Prof. E. E.Brevard Maoy; the superintending la Messrs. Rollins aud Brady bagged fifty but he still likes to get newt'of the East 4., ,
for
Miss Florence Colmar, of Savannah, to return here and cruise on the First street, Niles, Mich. county, now staying the quail on Wednesday. They were never Coast. We acknowledge receipt of the t
In
In Titusville. The Increase
a sister of Mrs.E. E. Hollies, of Tllle Indian. River as formerly.Mr. known to be more plentiful In this section Los Antfeles Times from Mr Mitchell I t pIt
-Mr. O. E. King, who has been freight number of pupils at the TltusvUIe High ,
arrive in town of Indian Rler.Mr. Is an excellent winter edition nod U Ii i '
is expected
> A. E. Freeman, a member of agent at Titusville for the past expects School has made it necessary to engage credit tbe '
to publishers.Mr.
tly for a visit of some weeks. real estate firm of Robt. Freeman & Co., to leave in a day or two lear. another teacher, making four teachers \ and Mrs\ W. A.Baker of Orlllln,

riT AND VEGETABLE LANDSr Philadelphia, who has been bringing in Beach, where he has accepted a position all, and Prof. llaoy Is. assisting In the 0..a., guests of the Indian Itlyer hotel, \ Clarence B. Knott. who hat been till

sale by E. A. Waddell, Miami, Fla. big bags of quail to the Indian River as policeman at the F. E. C. Ry. station. school until the School Board can en- Tltunvllle, went duck shooting on Wed- for the past two years, 1* now greatly

ill or write. Prices to suit all parties hotel, Titusville, for Rome time past, Mr R. S. Robertson will have charge of gage another teacher. lesday afternoon, and returned with ten Improved, and will shortly. re-enter the

'proved and unimproved landti. e wound up his visit to Tltusvllle on Saturday the freight station, after Mr. King's de '' There ft of subscriber ducks. They again went out yesterday, hotel) business Mr. Knott, who Is at
by bringing back CO quail. He parture.Mr.. Jjy are a w our and ought 14 ducks to the hotel present living at the Victoria hotel, la
the first who have the fact that i
Fudge M. S. Jones left here forgotten !''
oO'tbls !Mr.: J. Boston! will shortly proceed to New York
was accompanied trip by Chas. Valentine who formerly In Please examine the -Mr. M. M. !Miller who has held the ,
,ie week, for Orlando, to open Court. tbe they are arrears and his. headquarters for the will
M. Osban. As soon as they got present j
the docket Is rather a resided at Till man, on Indian River, bat Dame-Itncl- sill pasted a- of night telegraph at
understand number of quail allowed by law they upon your |I" position operator bo at No. :26 Broadway In the offices of I +,
y one, and. Court will continue for On afternoon now of Minneapolis, Minn.! was In town per or wrapper every week. We will be ritusvllle, for the past fortnight, left the Florida.. East Ci ast hotel and railway ,
it two weeks.Mr stopped and shooilng.Freeman Sunday left here for, Monday and Tuesday, attending to matters loon revising our mailing/ list, and we on Wednesday, for Atlanta, Ga where tsyatem.
Mr. 1\IrR. connected with the estate of his do not like 10 strike uurfi lends off, ow. be will engage( In tie retail grocery bustless. I
C. W. Nelson, the genial repre Roc It lodge.; Fort Pierce, Palm Beach and deceased mother, and gave us a pleasant lug to their oversight In not paying their The position of night operator. Is Hotel Victory, Put In-Bay Island, Lake '
itlve of James F. Ballard, St. Louis, Miami, and will again stop off at Titus call. It Is about fourteen years since subscription being teol porality held by Mr. Holland Eric, 0., whoso ad. will be found on out'th II
was a pleasant caller at this office ville on their return. Mr. Valentine and we were page In. one of the largest summer 11 I I
rday. He is on his way to Rock Rhode who has been In we saw to meet him -Mr. Wro. M. Brown, president of -Col'>n l Gen. A. Cantlne and wife.of hotels In the Uolt..dJtate./: .. It Is said j '
">, Fort Fierce, Miami and Key West. -Mr. R. W. in Titusville for pleased again be Bank of Hay Biscayne, Miami, bas Newbuigh: N. Y., will soon be greeting to have been a failure until Mr. T. W. "r ,
the clothing business -The Boston Home Journal,referring been enjoying a tew days' visit with his their many friends at Rock ledge, for tbe McCreary took the management,and now 'I (tIt
Dr. and Mrs. Henry S. Pole, of Vlri many years, turned over the keys of his to some well-known winter visitors to family In Tiiusvllle this week. lie bas ewburgh' Register says the Colonel has Is one of the most successful summer t

Hot Springs:! are among the recent late store-where he spent many happy Hotel 1 Ormond, says: : "I understand that also been casting his eye over his multitudinous ; been gathering together his dress. suit, hotels In this country. Mr. MoCreary '\; _

als at the Breakers, Palm Beach days-and bird himself off to Mlnmt, to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Currier, of Lynn, Interests In this section. Mr. closing up his business affairs, and will will probably be In Florida, with his 0 Iii
and Mrs. Pole, who have many become a permanent resident lie was Mass., will shortly leave for California, Brown left for New York, via Clyde probably leave for the South this week. family this month. '
ds on Lake Worth, are accompanied doing a fairly good business in Titus- and that they are trying to Induce Mr. Steamship:! Line on Tuesday, and will They are always welcome ,visitors to
'daughter, Miss Florence M. Pole. ville, but thought he could make more and Mrs. John Shepard and several return the same way In a couple of Indian River. The Colonel Is an Intimate Mr. E. J.... Cmsus! proprietor of the ,f 1'1 ,

Prof. C. B. Cory informs us that be money in Miami. Mr. Rhodes was a others In Boston to make the trip with weeks or so. lie went north to attend friend of Governor Udell, of New Rlverrlew hotel, Merritt, was a pleasant %r.,

leclded hereafter to his magnl- good: tenant, and while we were sorry them. The Curriers will return by way tD some business matter, and will make York. caller at this office. on Tuesday The
open to see him go, we wish him every success Overview Is a cosy, up-to-date hotel, on f; o
of Klorlda. o winter its headquarters at the Grand hotel
every ,
t museum of Florid birds, shells, Miami. I Mr.\ A. W Bule of Tltusvllle who \\f fI
welcome
Dade ,
In tbe county town of the east hank of Indian River nearly opposite -
and Mrs. Curlier hnd 31st street usual.A
, are always ; Broadway as
als Ills ,
and fish free the
to public.
In TI- baa been traveling freight agent for the and
This fine, large corner brick store been In social life ; Cooon, where good bunting
has j
igical garden will also be free to all tusvllle Is an excellent position for clothing Ormond always and I In prominent leader" picnic at PI'lkllaarda-about four 11'. E. C. fty., for number of years, left* I fishing; may be Indulged In to the satls- ,
> No one should miss tne oppory. dry goods, gents. furnishings, eto. at really a miles south of Tltu.vllle-on Saturday outlay, for Jacksonville, where he will faction of the sportsmen. Wben visiting/ 1

The "museum contains a com- -Mr. Henry J. Egger/ of Titusville last, was an enjoyable affair. Tbe weather be> connected with tbe passenger department the East Coast, remember the Rlvervlew,
> and representative collection of the -Mr.John Anderson,of Hotel Ormondhas owner of the brick buildings opposite the being warm, with bright sunshine, of the same railway. The many whose ad. will be found on our 1th page t '
a of Florida. We venture to say kept a pet deer for some time which Metropolis office, Is busy cleaning up, re the cloth was spread In the woods, near friends of Mr. Bole on the Indian River this week. I

, no other state possesses so com- was much admired and a general favoite pairing and fitting the rooms for a grocery ; the bank of Indian River; a fire was are sorry to see him leave Tltusvlllo, but,
an exhibition of its native birds. with hotel guests. Recently a boy by business, which he hopes to be readyto started, delicious coffee made, and ail realizing that his chances for advancement Every mall is bringing to Manager

, Worth News.leu the name of Fuxnay was standing by tbe open the :20th Inst. Mr. Egger Is well enjoyed a first-class luncheon, composedof are better In Jacksonville, all join Fred Sterry of the Royal Polnolana and i

. tenant-Governor Woodnd fence made of wire of light mesh, pettingthe known to many of our older citizens, mOlt ot the delicacies) of the season, the ADVOCATE in wishing him success the Breakers, Palm Beach, numerous ap-

\ Mr. Chas. F. Timothy of New deer, when Ed Russell, the town having been here In business during the prepared by Mrs. des M. Robbins. After In his now field of labor. information from which, and also other "
Naething 1
,
butcher came along and made some sort It can be positively asserted
associated the
first days of Miami's growth, lunch, the remaining portion of p
c; Senator Wm. LaRoohe, of Brook- Mr. James M. Glenn a
prominent will have the best
which evidently was bat this winter season
demonstration
of ,
with his uncle Mr E. L. lunch collected
that time etc.
at glasses oops, were
and }fro Boss of
J. Valentine he charged viciously evident of Perth Amboy, N. J., aoeom- record of thus far. The
for
,( offensive to the deer, Brady, and afterwards with Mr. W. M. together, placed on the carriages, and off any season manyapprovements
bridge, N. J. arrived at Tltusvllleaturday by Mr. Hondergaard was. a plea
panted Beach since
Palm
made
at
the fence, goring;
tearing through Brown, as the firm of II. J, Egger; Co. drove the whole party to Monroe's turpentine -
',' afternoon last, and at once Russell badly in the leg and lifting him For tbe last three or four year. Mr. Eg- nine miles south of ant caller at this office yesterday. Mr. last season, and tbe plan on foot for the ,
led the boat, Ruse Marie, which was on his antlers. Russell certainly would has been employed with Messrs. E. farmhabollt Inspection of the Glenn Is on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Peter entertainment of tbe gnesfs, can have

iQusly well stocked with all kinds of have been killed but for the timely arrival -. ger L Brady & Bro., at Tltusvllle, but being camp sod convicts) was made-much to Nelson, at their palatial winter home In but one edict, and that. to keep the I
des and drinkables for cruise of and he Is much ,
a South Tltusvllle
who rushed to his assistance very would b* transients by their extending
of two men
, pressed with the certain future of.Miami the pleasure of those In the party, who ?
weeks on IndIan Banana and the and the deer by the horns surprised to And such pleasant weather, their stay at Palm Beach.
; hove taking and especially the changed condlt- Included Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. M. Bobbins,
a* rivers. bushes oleanders In
The jovial party with eta.
rose .
,
'>n a hunting and fishing trip and enabled him to escape. The deer wasso tone as to Avenue D ana business center, Mrs. and Mrs. E. M. Holman of Wor- bloom Yesterday. he took his breakfast The Beach Club has become one of
Russell
enraged; that the rescuers of concluded to In bur Mass Mrs. E. Freeman ofPhiladelphia
mderstand ie has again engage eater> ) ; A. their the Institutions of Palm Beach. It Is
they are having greatt with the Nelson family oat on spa- f
were about to fag out when the owner for himself. lie to In who met her husband at )
lees expects: put ( located on Lake Worth near the Rail-
with said could
the ducks this week. clone verandah but he they
with his pistol, and placing {It to and sell for cash Tltusvllle load. ,
stock he to
came a good strictly camp returning war station-an attractive house, standing -
not do that In where be came
the deer' head shot him down. Our informant thus enabling the lowest prices. The lid with" nnall. ero.l: Mr. D. W. Mon- January, In handsome tropical mrounds. An '.

Yawl Outing for Sale. pronounced the venison steak Metropolis welcomes Mr. Egger, and ex. roe, }Ir.:M.."P.- Robblns, Mr.{ Chas.: II. from-New Jersey. ;;i"iiioDm.i.d.to; the building thl..u-m. I

very fine.-Daytona Gazette-News. ends: its wishes for his aucc_.-Miami Walton and afaaten Rufus and Richard Launchh'or met I. a clerk's office where member

ngth 20 feet beam 8 feet; draught CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- Metropolis Robblns. The party returned to Tltusvllle Sale. must present theIr tio\ete\: before enter ylag.

obes. Good Cabin, Two berths. graphio Gallery, TltusvUIe. and see about seven o'clock p. m., by the In a recent Interview with the f
Launch owned the
Vddress, Box 197 his samples of Photographs. Flashlights Gardner' Flyers. bright moonlight. 'Manhattan, by manager, Mr. E. R. Bradley, be explained 9
Titusville late 11. Julius /Smith.: Length, 85 feet.
Fla.
at time. how the Club was conducted Only
any
!! by appointment Ten h. p.; Murray A; Tregurtha engine. admitted and
members are no one can
Launch for Sale. Always something new. Salts to order... $11.60 to $30.00. Hoarder* Wanted.A Closed cabin. Recently overhauled and become a member without his appllea- j 1

Mattresses, Fiber, Excelsior, Felt. pot In first-class condition. Bottom Ion Is endorsed by five members. Men
feet Yahntll I! !II Gasoline and Blue Flame Stoves. few winter boarders wanted. Accommodations copper sheathed. Speed, 9 miles. For under 39 may not become members. No

oe long built bj Geo. Glngrass, Bed Springs,. .. .$2.1>0 and up. good. Bate reasonable, price and further Information Inquire of, liquor Is served In the Casino. These
year old, first-class condition. . .IBc 2Oo 25o to 45o. Mrs. II. JULIUS SMITH,
Mattings, furnished on application. rules are strictly enforced, consequently
pped with King engine speed 9% ad. East Coast Lumber; SupplyCo. .
See box Coats Thread 240. 7feb Rockledge Jla.
'. Address 4. Money In It for you. Monday, ((0) D. F. Boic, the fashionable world of the moat fashonabl .
., page C. A. OAHDSKB Tltusvllle, Fla. 4t Sebastian, Fla. resort on the continent seeks admission
Launch, care ADVOCATE, East Coast Lumber & Supply Co., Pineapple and Orange Land.,
Titnsvllle, Fla. .Eau Game, Fla. to It. Its dinners and ..oppereare
celebrated the world Tb Tat-
Palmetto Berries Wanted. Sloop For Sale. Choice pineapple and orange land, on It over.Is bard to find
ler.-And we may say
race and CarrIage For Sale.l.alr between Waveland and Sew- I,
Seed For Sale. peninsular, a more whole-souled and genial pair of

: of largemtDut Horses and The highest market price paid for Palmetto For isle, the floe sloop yacht Awl is, ll's Point, fronting on both tbe Indian managers than Messrs. E., it. and J.s'I;' '

pot For Sale, for Seed or Florida Berries. If yon have hot 100 lb*. all complete and In good condition. Her and fit. Luc Hirers, beautiful location awl
, Horses Wagon, harness, lap-robes and poses, 20 bushels of ro gh- kin It will pay you to write us. Address, length Is 38ft beam, 12ft.; draft, 2ft. ear Gilbert's Bar Inlet Sold In 5 Bradley.'I
are seven and eight; years; finish 10 lots. Also new three-room cottage
broken drive Lemons. Address*, E. W. AMIDES, Mahogany Can be seen at Tltusvllle. acre Tents for Bale Cheap.
double and
single; 8. A. CHAS*. to rent. Apply to
addlers. MRS. E. Cfeb Ormond, Fla. Will sell cheap for caah. -
A bargain. Address, Lncle Fla. C. H. RACKT: ,
St.
Marine
NCLDOX Railway
PETER ,
X. Y. Z.- apt Waveland, Fla. Protect your orange tree and tenderplant ,+
Jacksonville, Fla." Sealed Hid Wanted. 3 t Tltnavllle Fla. from cold; COOMoFariand, tenU,

Houseboat For Sale. an sizes, for sale, cheap. '1
For Sale Cheap;
WM. M. BHOWW,
Winter Home for Sale.
To Inveat r comfortable houseboat, Sealed bid will be received by the '0- Tltusvllle Fla. I't,
I
For sale a 63ft. beam 13f4In designed until noon, Monday, Feb. 2nd, Tbe Flannerr place, at Hanlover Canal, "
th :
ten yean successful; pineapple Dimensions: length, bead-room In 003, for the following work. ((1 reserve A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 31 acre of land and a bouse. Fine loca- .
;Lug; which has paid 25 per cent net .; draught. 18 Inches sails; bedding and the right to reject any and all bids]: acres, small 3-room cottage 2UO orange lon for a Club-house; 2,000 feet waterfront For Sale, at Daytona. ,

, we invite capitol co-operate In cabin, Wt. Anchors, From LaGrange church to north) end and grapefruit trees, ISO bearing; 9,000 on the Loon, also fronting on -.

,Ie development' of one hundred cooking utensils hoise-boat eta Is now lying tTitnsvllle. of shell road near Mima,-Horse track tobe pineapples, under goad cypress shod; the Canal. : fishing and hunt- Choice Hammock lands, particularly i
Beat of references given and a This cosy filled In with good marl, so an to shed Japan persimmons, mangoes, gqavas og. Also 10 acre of fine hammock land adapted for growing Orange, also Irish
ugh Investigation Invited. and will be sold Titusvlile cheap. Fla. water. Ruts in wagon track filled and and other f rnl t. Good water protection. al Shllob. Apply toF. potatoes. Will sell In lot *f from 10 toGO ( s '

HARDXK: Bao*., Address, J. M. Laflln, Fulton street, ; repaired.. Jour R. WALKKB, Andres*, Box 6.Georgiana, J. WB: acre. C. BUCKMAK',

Jensen, or C. F. Naetblng. 118, ..t County Commissioner l ; Diet. No. 1. Fla. apl TUusvllU, Fla ym Jacksonville Flaww 4 ,

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JANUARY 16. 1903. .-. -

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= SALE. All 33 35; :{; 640

2j aiASTEK'S \VM. : . .. . .13 35 dN 321!
j strength of After Sherman had cut loose trom RHEUMATISM Sw corner of lot;.a 3 85 40/, i
I the enemy a* well aa the were l'pArated IS HEREBY Gnr< forces 3D
I I i Grant and the : foreckwo. All .I((70::
headquart of
NOTICE
I bill foa, IVubrrton'a there was a new problem for the rou. byrlrtn* of a entered dmree by the OrosunwdfirtheFCouuityofIC. All 5t3 !17 6.j.j,
Mat and
Aw potat and MM made (
Was, *
1 were at Jackll \\'kk.bur commanded. aU .,.. .,In of
of defeated In battle the Coo fed Wit! 8eJ.:(, *X
$ > about 4U.UOO man The front line waa he be west Tennessee a"" ..t....an the gird of Iweamber, wherein, 1002.The! tn.'aln'......\ Val of se3y. . . SO 30 (It 07
could overrun therein pending '
I under the leadership of Ueu.ra< EVan aten Kentucky ant once In the r*..r All Who Suffer mas la Company for luniirmncwi on Lire and Gl'anC- Wk,v\ of ne;*<,sei of
bad ought Roiwcn. even Good News For AonultlM) .Is complainant Jacknovine nof &t Ie
YDl9T Dorn. who .nd< ing ilwday ". ( e>4, *
destiny hla supplies sad Wwt Com!>! n)
bad of Sherman Kheuniatism Free. Tampa. Key
Van Dora With 8e.fif 32 36 .-
I t at Corinth la Ootober. In his rear. The nsltnarlon. < Alice Wtlllain.. D. B. Wllli tn Robert It. Cot 7" of ,(r.2f/. /
y about 8.000 men and 10.0OO more wen rake Xlfmnhli" 'tIu, To all who" suffer with Rheumatism I wan ArehlbaJU ttofnrit, H. T. )landau, fM sash| -. All .84 3(1( 'C3 N'
ONESt{ at Vlekaburg and Port tbwvfor. Impoeetl extra ( will gladly Mod free the wonderful aLOry naa of Robert H.Coknuta; UM Chacnuit NatloiaJ All. au SO (,- IP,4:

'iLl lt' in fiddaon.Having carrtaoo. lion upon On..t.plnRt hla or", of bow my mother was cured after years Frank Hank.W.toward Fop.and H.the McDonald MU..inatiir. lta..t'V.lker.| | Valley ftMalo Nw i, *X 6 30 i!I..slAll. |
he. had divided his army wtth tba"most elaboo I will I offerforash.. 7 all .
brought bla army Into c.-IOIHt Judgment suffering/ together: t;Company, are der.ndant. ; Il flot )j(,
UlwtUaip. the fare of the enemy and either wing rate treatise on JUieuffiaUsm ever pub- and sell to the liiubmc.. bidder for cub at gable sslroanty W36 ew'.n., . 880! ti.1Vfr It 711:.
in the
door of
the House .
>
with enemy before the Court "
touch
than elM enemy when 1 1 beo outcry or .17 so ."
weaker ILshed.Xo the
IIi weaken hi* outnlrnt waa uf Clay state of florlita. In City ilr:'
Grant was loath to which 1 bt' what form of Kheun. .18 : .
bodte or concentrated his strength, matter your Oran Cove ti I.r{up. tharaln en the All. W ftjAll
bjr tlctarhioe large nnderlto.between "' < Is whether acute, chronic, muaeu. .19 3 !
could readily do. It was Clam A. D., IW! nAll
f. troupe to aupport another' plan. U.IwU.'l't't1 Grant amt Sherman that ID I fur inflamooatorr, deformant, aclatlc, FIRST MONDAY IS FEBRUAKT. . 20 :JO d!., eVTJl \It,

t that a. steady advance OYer- reniherton refused to stand tor I neuralgia gout, lumbago; eto-no mat.; the same being lie MC"Hil day tUe of lel/al mid hours mo tl t ? of nw> sw.l(f. . 2S 3U :.i u"i :ijAH / ; ,

land world compel" the Confttderat! caw Grant' column anol ter how many doctors have failed In and sale. a the legal property alM day deKilbwl, wltbln la paid decree a. .. ... .: .2!> 3ti 10 04All ,

to draw all their strength: to the de- battle lip IWlt dicemate ... yonrr case-no matter how many eocaUed follows: ."-.. 3i.{ .fe: \4All
to .
1 or th* territory! threaten marched bark Vlckaburc "sureourea" you have tried-I wanlyto The mortgaged. propertyroenttiin and di.. .'... . 31 8U' .t9IXi78; ;&
tens follow ... bill of conplaint
would ) a"d In the
Grant bow scribed in Mid <(ec
Sherman. tell
,4 Kvra, In tb* event of another Federal wtite to me and let me vou In Mid. nuts,and particularly describe ti!. 32 30 .)!> (!.jo, ,
r u edltlon duwn the river, he. beJd else on bin heels' and get into poeUh mother was cured.I in, Kxhtbit "0" thereto excepting, !! the land All.- 3'') Hi G410
yer vsi> overland wo.1d to attack the Confederate'" rear wbllt' am neither a Doctor nor a Profess theretofore sold. deMirlb In Kshibit "H"to'be. All. . "' .V. 2 87 > 0All -'1j
I that his own march enaafrrd on the front.It a plain man of business--bu I said bill town,situate. lying and belnir In th 37 :
:8
to mass thnstn \ Sherman elniplj countlr*of Brevani Clajr cnr.....Dade,DeSauLake t r sAll :,
mloc: the Confederate bprogfe.s was expected that "Hnbeol'tonwould bases CURE for Rheumatism, tad 1 < Lee, M.inatee, Marlon. .Monroe OrmnRMceula < -'. 9 37 18610'| ;
IItI't> on his front to Impede look fint to the safety of Tick want to tell everyone who suffer with ( 15a. Jobl1ll. Sumter VolnMa Polk an l .,K ,. .f.10 37 ;II,> MAll (
... .. ++ .. ++ .. ++ aoatbward. and nil the troope] Rheumatism all about It I wish to''be Intnamlntbs8tateof blonds. and describe bf- : W
.. ++ .. ++ tor that was the problem set .. (1WOV
... ++ .. burg, all follow:
muweaken < trust that
would by Just so understood and
rrtalnrd there 14 37 *
.!. clearly<< BREVARD COtN"TY. All. .. oaAU :: '
t him. IX
d the true defenders of Tick. fore who are suffering with this terrible dis- .]837 >l 44All. ::
t
I Sherman's force was Inslpnlfloaut i asC'Omf''ft'(1 sec.! T. a. Aere>t
bur?. Aa the matter stood the lint : all that I>tnbertconld < ease however apparently! beyond treach All... ... ...... ........ .... .. 7 20 34 tea 00 .'...1.. .1937 {.. 643,
'I GRANT AND remherton wicalllne with of cure will write to me this day, all of fete -JO 34 test o 37 :
k -is:
week' In December marshal against tiro If lit!' oboeto will send by. return mail this all of frao.:..:. ::::::::::::: :..:::1: 20 34 4O 1Lotal.8.3and4 04H]
the aatboritleit at Rkb- tf Grant t"OUlI1: and I you the .... ........... ..1& 20 34 :tat: 9alloffrao All -. :2-f! 37 3i 831"I
4 + upon to co Ignore Grant Bat work: of mine. I appeal especially to .... ....... .......... M 80 34 84 All .V..20 37 08} G114]
muml for re-enforwnieot keep Pembenon away from VI'ksburct.b. ''ebrunioallyill'' who are wearied aDd I.....t..3..M 20 M 11071 All .28 37 38; I! (0381All ;!

; .I : VICKSBURGt with Grant II* asked that troupe ... task:: would.be easy, for the anual discouraged!: with "doctoring"/ and to SoI..merof.........}". of set)(...... ..31 J8 20 no M 36 40 AnPeXofteK ON ,.. ,. .21) 37 38 641"] .

sent him from the army of lirags !.II garrison of the Vlcksbnrx fortress at thorn who have been' oast aside as "I 10- corner of lot 4,:::::::::::::::1 OT :M. 301: All 37 J8( 1143; ;1

cast Tvnneswe and from the forwent !' only about ft-OOO men.! curable." All you have thought about allot frao ............. 31JO: Mt 211KXofueV AU .31 37 .50 ti4H,
where the time was Let tell ........ I SI M sonNwUofnwU .,
,t' H ++ 4 +4. ++ FUG .. of the M..l. adppl. the. Pembertou'a urgent. call for more Rheumatism may be wrong. if me ba'Kheumalism '. ........ ............ SI V4 4001 All :32 a J7 3S' (B I,18Qw
M. ++ 4* :* +-* ** t troops I I or have a offering lien NwSofneyve'nrnel-; Jl S4 mm' All ...... .'. 34 37 3803: ;
with i
was an ..ylJt'Dl'ethat be had little (000IWtHK will to Investigate my offer, 9 Vof nwfot nwK.... ...... 211I SI 84 low "
( t.rt r.v (L U Kilmer Grant contrvlletl<<" In the limit of h1t In his ability to ruard the bu- it pay and you for yourself these. allot free... .... ........ ....... I 21 36 .113110. All 37 OS' 6319;!)
'. aarwiy, prove of ...st. seXflf All :. 437: :SOejJAH t I
t Rally Ilia mom!' NK of AM of wi)
g alt : ;: ivnertil department chino. > mediate. fortress and also cover tM claim I make. ...."......7..... .... ..... S 21 as !sow B 87 3iiH-! (!
I r' 1 cavalry dasbed meat"" southward was: three tint<" large territory adjacent and lying et.::! 'I Stud me your address todaya postal all of frao..... .............. ....11 21 anK .. 0 37 Rl (
..- ....... 21 30 6405.1< All < tj'H'!
NO1l. uf Ureitada. from too "'01'X.. will mall tbis all .. .. W
.u checked by orders posed to the Federal columns. Rut 1M. card will do-and I yon Nw corner of nel( of nell .. 18 21 V 5 00W" AH ... 7 37 :: '.< 6317(
: rear' of the (00r"'k'ra I nartutiNnt. which favorvd the expel- did not give up the task of wartllug ott I ttontlerful story. If you have aDY '.,owl"'"of'.."..." of All 8 37 M: 6101
lr 1lnu.J gaanikng'kl' ..e. tiara down Uw river.. II* was tlnatlttven )' While Grant was friend suffering/ with Rheumatism no swat ... ...t..1!. 21 a* 2I!. re.I11 9 I) 37 Bi:; I I
the threatened blow i. send me tbell I of liac .... ........ .. ....S3 3U 35 IIUM All : (U2U' (
; bunt oft tile north. At thai Oil the ( discretion. lu the case but cui planning and making s the I matter where located I > "'< 01*!i.[ 4a(of lie wJi of sey4..10! 37 :SSI 3b10<

CotircdaU>". IIIId I l by Oo.n l IVuUxprtun. ttoned not to "1n) too tlAr" lu the mart b Confederate cavalryman FVrreet gatl I uddrrsa, and I will mall them a copy.; JK'wK'1 .... . ..25 21 M eoowX All .,. ...15 l7.01g6() ( J
:My add,.""* la VICTOR RAINBOI/: w corner of.as of ,.S(.s w
who aftwrwara became the stnb- overland against I"embt rtatk Shemw Bred. his rough riders In west: Ten_ I Boom'ield.IDd. corner of svKvfnwU. ......89 21 SS 20 W) AH .17373063: ;t!
born UtffwnK of Vlct>>l urs. bekl a po- comiuanded two dlvfationa In Gran..aarlUJ" for dash the Misslssipi : Pelt. of sei" .. ... .. ....> 5U 3D 40 (11)NS AH 1H :37 ;3!> 63971: );;
ve a : upon 01 n.;".swx of nej".wH ofseyj All .19 37 3!1) 40Ml _
anion ou the soutb bank of UK Tallabalcbr and bad lIPId them at :MempblGrant Central railroad upon which Grant dpended <-. aerdt I .. .. .'"'' ... ....31 21 35 2000:! .
2O 37 :1
: ;:;: ci t ;:''jf
.
i\vtr forty mUM north of at lint Intended to take all hIa cominunlcatlonai with his'' Sw corner of owl!( of owl( .. W 21: 35 S 00illoffrac.
for ... 13700BwH 111 21 37 3/!> 6.18Ml ;: '
>C. .. 38 21 ::10 : .
1 Grenada.: Taw troupe were part of tb* force nicatiwt I'trwb
a regular garrtmon ot Yleksbnrc wbleb joined him about the time his Infantrerosmtd coma from Bmme'a cwiop.Jp east T'PnI I =- : *. iiHOi ....". ....1( of swh. 5 39! 35 1MM kV '. 37 Si: :!lilttill !!
.. MOO
.. S 33: 35
I !m5e..rner "
< fsrleofles.
bad waved eat or the work to meet the Taltabtitchie.. Dec ::. .--. Brat:g C'lftlld epart*uo lofantr: i ,,1..1.4. .. ... .. T 23 30 in an \\ .253780043Ul J:
.ml oppose law march': of Grant southward There were weightyreason again to re-enforce. Pemberton. but h. S w....m..r..1 new of.awl' ... 74 3d 19 OOiw . .27 ;37 :::9 (\191\:

on tlw onrlao.ll..npalcn against a divided movement UIJoOD.k".buq> ; promptly seat what: aid he could in thshape ,.corer uf ne *of ue,,. 27 A :1$too 1 36 K 8 lttf J Mill >9 Ml ..i. 2837OKO()9'

c the noted Ml isi|>pl stransbohl.: which over the land and water rvut_ ThL'onfederatea of a vaklins catalcadatWhile 8 .... T 31 34 K39M VII .*. 2!> :37 31)!) 6104,
the early part of the. held Interior tines .nd :-Nye o. nor ..wV4 of iie>4, wK of ..Ill 30: 37 3u! 640VII ]'
fool (
.1 wt on in for his
waa ,
Forrest wa preparing: t tad e.M ..... 9 31 36 BSOOOill 31 17 39: 08VII '
month could easily use the mm troop tIght rernberton J I .. ...IT n as ear wIII .- .
s*
1, i bold ride behind Grant gii2 .1" 31 S& S3TMIII : .- .: 34 37 :39;: (W7Ml ;!
f, Tb pupae" of VTaahbunt'a dash was Grant's column in ).IIMJsa.lpplaDd on foot a similar expedition: with forcenearer .g I! III...;.. is 85 63 l,,i ..:3 37 ;39! roUt
I, lit to destroy the railroad behind IVmbwrton. MM coin down the river while then boa General Earl Van Don 1 ) I '"'I..*1 JI 3S Ml M"Ii. VII _: :3-137396:189:)
-..&1 31 ss cam r*
i, but he falc! l to accootrUIab that. coluuiua could only support eaclMher who was at the bead of the target ( 0 all.......... i 33:! an f.4J: M VH 35 87 3!) 042!
14 ? Hownrtfr. the raid showed iVmbertun by the long course back to :Mom body of the troop atteld In lI'LM1pplheatl all.. 11 S3 37 L04>4Jl Z1Pfq. . '. .36 :S7 39 131161;: i iTotal I

the weakness of his puo.!tloo. Wah- p&lsi and then to the point of dange the reputation of a dashing lead i tr.' ::.. .- :.W 1,% :33 33 31 37 (40 6K Mill DOJl

barn> bad ridden In from tile northwest many dajra travel to the front Seug for mounted men. A raid under his U. = nL S: ) ST *t:* 110 75,207:!
TH coming from Uf'koaand was aetlnc : however that tb war departmen strike t.beo a .11 S3 :W! 37 &4I 40 A deposit! will be required to be mad!

r Independent of Grant. Threw daya aft was firm In Ita purpose to make an alack railroad.leadership Jnst was In rear planned of Grant's to tine am. ;2.1 ; e; .Jl....2r ::w 33!! 37 37 S3.W! CtJl :titall. by each bidder. with tbe Master, I in
b = n (ash or by satisfactory certified chef\
w \'a.llbum' Mow Grant's advance :: down the river even tnouglSrant These i L 29 3* 44S4
two
o
.t' destroy hoe army store : :33 ST D3944
11.. before bidding of two cent per acrtupon
;Ip taralry cussed the TaUahatchle above : should e ahead on the COOT bolt unfit over Grant while be ...;. :a ni t1DQ .ill. 35 :93 37 tIIIt:: 4) the lands Included in any off
IVmbertoa'a position and thei two ... had adopted! overUnd that genera 1 I .11. .. 3&\ 3S SI uc>> nrt .
aDd pushing: his way toward the Yalta .. ........ ........ .w. Jlt43 her> for bid. i
r Btortrineats. with the prompt cjrasalag'Tr :ailed Sherman Into his coonsets, bttsna.. with Sherman speeding away 10 C'e rtOo I It ay of"';,se>i of eel"... T :M 38 44000 H. H. BUCKMAy,
of two cotuiuaa of Grant's Infantry he resntt was that Sherman and no '- 1011.T. ......:. ..........it 33 M! Him 1 1031) Ct Special Master
t attacl another dtr'eeton.GRofGI. : : .ill.14 :31 3* toe,. 20', ) I INoUcee
; raud rwnhertc to retire southward Grant led the. first formidable : U KILMER.Her. Ui ; alt tl :33! 3* &41 1Jl "
o toward the YaUabtmb! upon the fortiacatlon of Vlcksbitnc.Aftvr Lc' .SS St: 20 62055 : _
31 33 .1010 6*> 4i)
all.
Tb tuoTentenl of Grant toward Ykkav coiuiiderahle tetecmpolnc with .C. P. n. Start, L L D i :is't ."I..::13 W S* S... 0 -
bare lacked, npHUtj fur two r*._ Wasbin ua. Grant was ordered to :: 0 i: .sbpartofl..a :!3.) tine COXCXRjrED; T.utEi0Tt( K TRJ
r' and the at Mentphla for ai VTaerIy. Terse, writes:"Of a morntnj. /mtf .... ;an ., 34 :oft ALL P. Brown, aa Sheriff and .exOfflcAerolnixcraiorof
: *
n. had to repair Ut* railroad bare :SkXMW trootM. .3 Lem ;
1 find IronbU c .. ..
ben firt rlalu$:. I offer a .'.ofl.-I.t.of. 34 3& 474 Ui Kjrca;. (.of J.C Fruit
e"" bridge a b* advance southward for hack down>> the river. A large part olbene lj ,:a. r1..3 44 lit 32V4.IH ..
} ( ; M me> e Uw'ioo of pblegrnv which pre- N I" ,,ecea l. tmr IU. hla su> rinii In wrltinfi
i : the PUS- of keeping up rail comKmahratfon troop was to b,.* new," regiments. laces a tough, and t* very hard to din.. b t. r ren .all.;. ... s 731 34 S 5. <,,*AI> la 43"I !>.. iMolTeno. of the estate cui.nt said......h...tmaubvreforva .'.w ft

t wtth his bear. In Kentucky ind It was known that General J. AdcClenuaIkl .. .4ttge; but a small quantity," of BalUrd b co Ii go hrsa ... a 34 :sII! '4' :*4l ...tau .>. hereby I prnon n>qn llaritrl appear sad IMm .
i any with Xlentphte. on. tb* Mississippi. then stationed In Illinois. bonndiTinp will at once distotlict. .. = I .. IS 3* 3* S4I SO pn*|.erl) aiitlto.nticat.d h''J CJUrtole
D for the of ai'Xpedttton and the trouble i* over. I know of DO i all.. IT 34 3* HIOOII ""efnte th 4 the mxlvavouM' for troof a Mot to reenforre rat raistU men purpose Edus = .... 19 M M HI M Bel-tenner.. A.n.lIt
I the army. For another<< thine. down the.. rarer MeClernanc medlclDe that la equal lo it, and It la. pthaaast ; .II ...-.. M 94 3>i dun U.r. tempt]thug:ro'D"7..r A. I). i-K >KY.inStmar .
to take, I ran mugs eotdijtll: ;, 0 II M :3H: .SMS* e'uanlyJudlro
Grant own status was not clearly out vas of hlxber rank than Sherman ant i .II .. *!J M 3M S4I enl '
and II. had recently berg- .pp lnt"I .Mid aotborttjr bout tbe president and 'efonameod' it to all perstMia, needing "a o 1 "b = a> 31 :M :.so MIr "
1 nedkia.for throat or IQD1t tronbtea. ... 33 w an delrn Executor Xofice.
to tit* command of the deparUuettt of wrretary: 01 war to COWIWI lid the rivet I Rite :2ie lOc, *1 bottle at B. r. Whom I! ,... .. ....... 34 u* p
'D
( Ird .n
Tennessee and sup aeO that b* would .spedjUoa Indepmtdent. of (:rant. fcttoo.Tenke. aoa.Q .:..:. ... .* *: *4I Tli 0
..IT an arj uu xM
"I order for tall ).IcC1f'r aud. i To all whom It ma; ,,-__:
eoAtrol' aU the troop operatinc afalcatWtcubonr. In to '* .... 38 37 lot! *!4lall.
non who ttnally cot .utb< ......., 1..1l l
i :, aonthe from ebe flit 1 a. e
HaJSOp ... .
he to send Is unhine and al_,. aa Ion;; I :all l .*7 36 n :
the wa
Hun..rAbrA.
her lead trope Anal >anU la tbe
t .:19 aa as! wa M prevent tnj .e a
w. i rttb tb* *xp dUoa down the river b i* she exlsla: will be unlquei The cltjU : ,art xi 33 9} MI saf D..r..n..odpw ...aror rlr""r .

.. gram or appoint another<< to the task. built ou liT Viands connected: by be i i I, of C.maty.1Jtam..Stan.....>...of.Florida,._._of slid toe awl Ware fur.1 UnaH H.+s

..eat Sbetman. Stu-nuan's Instroctloaa: Iweeo SM and -MM bridge There aritreetx i N"q 1 Jtr \ cannot guarantee publish : >ren. tare of Uut Coontr ot Br..ar> Stated'
I : all narrow except: In tttnBeUhtwrhooO bvlda.deoaad
F I take of his own dlvUhownd very !
rere to : one 5OLE\SIN..
"Y hem. that d<> D>* reach lbl.. vffice before JOHN
tb* tru >(i of General Curette then of St. Mark'*, but thBondoht : w Exevniar' of Evtal*of liana Jep;'Xninen -
at :iltfinphte.. ,. and proceed once down Is the universal mean oltransportation. S"S? I own on ThQhda .. .J Fla..:--.0...lt.Isoi. I a m SaoOHtctd

'.'I be MbolMlppI, and with the aid olbe .: When :you leave. thitatloa. < ; -

:' guni tats reduv the CooI".tf'" you: find the salt ware of theGrand I g [B"li

i twt.BJ' prompt action Sherman*. canal lapping against the mar !: t: U S I Supply Uou. of The Illinois FI.sbermeo'. ..ANGelallcm.I I !
hi] step and gondola drawn up Nt
xpedltton g 4t under way Defuse Me"Vrtwnd -- 1 II
retatnedIke tcabwt them Uke cube and hoema. IIrun ] '
was ready and ne I'
cbwf" ejMmmand to the end. wlsa to keep ail the Illusions you } !' h I' The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

aavecherian: about Venlcew enter U al I '
--
''I inset at tits full of the moon-on Yea -Manufacturers of- > '

THE.TRYING TiME klrco', ; a night if the 1II.lupennIt*- I \iI

I. a Toontt jgul'a life is teethed wben tnd depart: before d.aybnllt. Then you (CIjrtIe Steamship Line. I:, 5-! I,I I ,\

N.ahtftb b r> uncertain steps. acvosa rill retain In your mind a picture ol :
line wbicJi divklea girlboud Iron Ticket and reaemnioos via the ClydeteanaipLin II iI ,
a .1( lie tit Veniive of soar story and tradition :
I :
:
be secured of Chat. II, : ,
1', romsnhu -.L Ignorance and neglect .tthis -the bunt Venice. : : can
4ti'. critkal pare.d are largely mpaotttite Walton, at he AJ'l'UC.l.ra office.. nau..ur. >. ",. I;:
.:::
k for much of tbe L
: If Unwell x -
% fter misery of I

\", oamaho,.,. :lulu Try a Stto bottle of Ueibiae.. notice tM II > II t :.::1. ',

W wir II sly dues Nature I nptoieateat speedily. eff
ftea need helpa = *., eoefvy. s4rencth and vigor. II i = I'' ::1 I II

t: the ng
; .,.ll.shahm.ent. ofu. from Imiucetttosi and tily.iaa I'' Dealers la Seine Twine Maitre Cord, Ro.,.. Sec ? ,
jr Le i womanlyanctloa. 1 Mery. Ava. Xo.. wdtes.Sept. IWh.9MV I '
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Originators of Wholesale Prices to the Fishermen.
direct
Iy but. / ,
1 .bad health bad
in I
? was stosstn -
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J th.r. fa. ataaontwaya ir ll/ I :Atrl, lr JadUoa St. Cbicaao.. <<>> 111.
trouble for 1*: movth, alas ditch 7Hc(
at.! aeevl of v Ults.. Dr. J. W. Nay pcwicribed. U r- : 1 ...tsnliott The Jlfi-rrtoATK inyourletter1Y. i I

"rA tome safeetreagtbeadag, N.*. it enured .*. la t_ WM ks. I mesa ....
Y are )I......" of the Illinois Flab.",",. AseociatiSIT. ;
J/te47Je7-
I. ItOC reconaiend it too Ugaly. It will do -
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Mtic. to ov.r elate, Sold
1 0 all you for It. by B. It. .
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.-k--ervoaocbta .ell_ iGrl/17 CG u jP C :l:=:; S :s L '"C'" :tMI: dz; 0 0 .. '
co 1 n...._.... .... ...... Ii.w.d..
eonty expert--* There ta prrnapa no better Mt< of l"O ttw7j.Gt : .. FLA.
..aced at this I a ats 'W" "7..JACKSONVILLE..
1 t.be Ufe of a civillKaUu than that ta r
'now
) fonnal\ Ea the vxtect and character f -
D rlerce's )e ;
"V<..
t"u P rovlte Pte.itptitta f It,* pablbr highways: Tt# decree ofwrfertKio '
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: t"-.s TatLaT D Ua .r o&i vJ i '
ttttt wklW .a* trtMfxa .. w...f.al cwouk *- estahtatboo relttatity. It is a off rnootrvtorooir ieuM evey'eyasub lrrirs i k

wvte me t .tae toward the pvtet) rengttaeaig tonic scathing he. ernmn.ti to"" tke Jvsw .4( cirtllratWtarb.u : .. : FULL

lit oMMVtttratfion fur stna k on I'embftt atta lg the appetite and intlnetM. I .. the. tr "."",........ 445
ftIIth1 e4cep. It ewotaios: no aAeateul.
the war d fNurtm* t pe'psreda I'
either other
or an uc.
ofMBxa.coouae Goad Adrke.T .
L4aa fur. aa attack down t6* alas 0r ... 4 IRIS yam tae ....tIt we la.e- 1 EX
s sitsipr/ rlvtr rata UempbU andto ..........& -.mi ;..- imi..i..a-K'.-- Mem.t e gaunt sab raM*bring.. to the world KIDNEY: DISEASES
at&1fGnllll': spore truths fee the kai Htlt.: M .>wEB u>&.C>nra Ok.duMcMm' 'aba. *M an tao e saflertx from dyspepsia aodrercootpUiaC I
..s .y,. as 4r.liaa.rie' R 4aimthnerI :
r- ei tie bad eumalmtt.d' tskeaetff tbu* o.L. be' Ihwr5It wf ww.dvereIreb. )tae' that. <._
.. bW N .wt __ saee4 .pee's'c4 la*peupk ta C& Called: :
f tu the etvrirmt _.t. la order ... ..bee r wan are the cacst fatal cf all &*.
a -pIIao:1a: -ws ere- aN a4Ctetd with tbse. two .Y'-6..1,
to hour sslppre for tW trwf", all ''I __ t4M pr.'se n.1 .p..of a.s 1A ...1GIt :_se ry E
M w, the f lbe eoc.--.. .xa _IM .se sC ''stir.jfftU sa a< as soar sSooKacft cases.FOLEYJS.
pcwrtetan cwaaWjand
are wss.R4" Dot u. sae acre "-WIN. oabitaal costfteen., ,
tawo. rose to abaiMbuK., bad:. btvcttiw 1 MIIooc 1 011I;> ,....JI..ac tare' era tioa of Ike beau btu' parswaletbtash t s a t5
-. .!w ... :: ... raCfEY! CUBE Is ISmGtuJ 6Q
rattarrett fate uuree. U..tf. be- ,.... rlu.rav" erruiuea by.testa. I p.a-tac..and bosaiig pain at Ute pit OCt
Cevel tMt tt aemee*uTy the armor ( +rr. a'eNr. akIa.! ee.Ar ... ew..,eae te stoaiK-kv yellow sltia. coated atwtiag ....'i Bu.U)

-u.t. lien oft the cooatryOB tt passed _.-, amr.avlr b.d1M atS o6NII-wna_ de 4uM Aal s..e__. __r ..pofI attar attac'.low. .pri'" ,

rhauatb a IotqUs dvaeprlgm, "'elf b.ethe0* tl.wtirwe..euaaDtMhr' ,I etI Cti, to year tftnsxxtat and g*&a 110&- cr' rtfa&ded.! Contafra
'yo IWw or all tthnwcb tk* ..Y .eDs M ..,.INw a.an wakra .-I\W\: t.eo.bw ..p cf Arse not fu,2S *r 15 _III.Tw'o 'tncney

:.. mouth of -S-ht. ....... .. faun _-_. -r....{L. -ea.a--sae trots Drs' te ISees l do4* wm rfi.w jvxa. Try it. edin l<
"J realm wttr _-.. >v. PWtvCoeuno Sense >T J&altimer physicians! as the best for

.. who. xttsfs4i pf" freetlatpuets Neb fat paper cowvrs is seat lire oancctpt T& ADVXSSO.TB doer Job fe utac. KJdcCy and BtadicrPUGS : troof..L..s. $1I29Ajenta

.nIaIN bad reel-tb" tart Ia *kbtL [- ol AI oa*>c a* stuspt toof pay .

r +Are a.J G-nd Pemb.eto YU h sauu2te< Y.T d 1aa Dr.. :7"-: OLD MtTTSPAPKRS: For So>, $ -sesiSlot.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 16. 1903. 3

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='rofessional Cards.
Descriptive Price ListOF place. A very full description of these Fort Capron, suitable for orange trees, FOR BETTER ROADS. Over-Work Weakens
lots given in a descriptive circular on grapes, guavas etc. Price, $UK).

KO. M. BOBBINS, this property'wlll be sent on nlppllca-. No. 102. The Xia of SE14 of Sec, 35: Men of wealth Interested In Illictilnt Your Kidneys.

OUR I ion. Lot Xo. 1, Price, $II' 00.00.) Lot and the N\\'1.( of SEt. of Sec. :W, Tp, :T3: waJ' |.r.....eiul>t.

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Pineapple Grapefruit Orange No.2. Price 2,200.; Cash In each case. 8., K. 8D East, containing 120 Men of wealth lire" evincing a practical Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood "

AT-LAW. ,, No. 3. A Pineapple Plantation on Price, $120.:! ) al.rl''I. Interest In rood Improvement for I All the blood In your body passes through I

I practice In State and United States south side of St. I.ucie River This. la. Xo. 103. Lot 1, Sec. 5, Tp. 3.J; S., the benefit of their fellow men. George your kidneys onca every three minutes. b+
Court. Lemon and Vegetable Landin 43; acres of pineapple land facing on the E.containing3l: *0 acres. This lot Is IonId bus offered to hour one-third of u er, A The kidneys are your
the entire rout of the Improvement of fI h blood::! purifiers they filter .
:M. Icicle River, in Dade County Fla. a quarter of n mile front on the ocean t
Office at TITUSVILUB FLA. the public highways time vicinity of I out the waste or r
Erevan! The place is highly Improved tht're beIng beach and extends half the .h In the
County.ON : way across Ljlkewood. N. .1.) nud Colonel J. J. AH- Impurities blood.
L. GAULDEN : 12 acres of bearing pineapples, peninsular towards Indian River. 20 tor has spent large sums. on the road If they are sick or out

J.\ THE yielding 2,281 crates of pineapples in acres are good rich hammock. (Good near roiiRhkecpNlo. N. Y. _'_f of their order work., they fall to da

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the season of 1M! >2, and.netting over all fishing and turning on the reef off the Recently Unrley T. Proctor n sum ,-? fl( t Pains,aches and rheu-
INDIAN RIVER ( 20 of the shore. Price user resident Wtlllanistowii, ..l miss..
expenses $2,000 or per cent $&(00.) matism coma from excess -
1\1\ practice In all the Court of the State ottered to the town $IIIlIIIO for
give
of uric acid In the
Full No.
asking 110.
price. printed description south part of Lot 1, and
and the United States
orliU, Courts.
the of the roads providing blood due ,
Improvement to neglected
FLORIDA.In of thl, place on application. Send for south of Lot 2 all
? part of Lots: and -I.
Box 230. the trouble.
O TITUSVTIXE FLA.. the Inner rnl"l'lI.U.OlHI! : (> ) for kidney o
it, you will be interested. It /is the and the north part of NElf: of SK14, ofSec. same purpoHu.' Mr. Proctor makes the Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady

J. WEBB the description of land, we make only thing for sale in this. well known :33, and small part of I.ot:1. See. :31, gilt because he believes, that better heart beats, and makes one feel as though

1-4": use of the terms spruce pine, scrub-oak vicinity.[ Price, $10,000. Tp. 31 :S., U. 4:) E., being: Ill acres: adJoining roads would I increase the popularity or'III1I1I1101tOWI1 they had heart trouble because the heart Is

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW hickory cabbage palmetto. and hammock Xo. 4. A tine Home and Pineapple : the ptMtofllce at St. Lucie[ directly \\ us it Dummer l'l'sOl't. lie poisoned over-working blood In through pumping veins thick and,arteries.kidney- ,

,4111 practice In the Courts of the 7th in the following: senses : Plantation on Indian River. This property opposite t the Indian River Inlet recently had the stone. hill road put It used to be considered that only urinary a

rcuit. Taxes paid for non-resldenti The spruce pine[ scrub-oak and hickory consists of 20 acres of flne pine- and in eluseproximity to the place of In excellent condition at n cost of $:,011.) : troubles were to ba traced to the kidneys.but ,

ic1, rents and accounts collected. is the ridge varying: from 13 to 5(1 apple land with nearly eleven acres of Senator At S.: Quay. The railroad run The town furnished the drainage pipes now "modern sclenca proves that nearlyall '
and permitted Mr. Proctor to use the constitutional diseases have their begin-
rUBVILLE, FLORIDA. feet in altitude, and suitable for pine- young bearing pineapples. Fine* river through the tract. This is one of the road Born per. nine in kidney troubla.If .

C apples, and a part of it for lemon, lime front of over 750: feet. l'rollll'l'lll.rOO' best bodies of land and most desirable you are sick you can make no mistake

* D. PENNEY, and orange trees. crates of pineapples last season, and )location for a town to be found on the by first doctoring your kidneys. Tha mild ,

rl.I The cabbage: palmetto and hammocksare will produce' 2,000 to 2,500 crates! next East Coast. Price for the entire tract lout Worry. and the extraordinary the effect of Dr. Kilmer's '
Swamp-Root great kidney remedy Is
1 I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of two classes, high and low according crop. Good house and various build of 110 acres, $10,0<<<'0.) This tract Is also) Thin is easier mild time done yet It soon realized. It stand the hlfhest for Its

"L : to elevation. They usually,; lie I ngs. Only ((100 feet from the railway subdivided, and will be sold in lots of may be of some help to consider tho mat. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases

TTUSVILLE FLORIDA. near Indian[ River. '1'heyareveryrich station of White City Don yt fail to one acre up. Write for prices and map. ter. If the cause I something obvious! over which that and Is sold on Us merits
have no control It Is
rill practice in all the courts of the 7th lands and mostly suited to vegetableand end for full printed description of No. 111. 'l'hie'Viy I or XWla of Sec you worrylnu will not help the matter In the cent by all and druggists one-dollar In flfty-U-[ Iii iW I

Judicial Circuit.[ grove purposes. this place Price, $0OIK.OI' 20, Tp. 83: S., U. 40 K., containing 80 least. Uu the other hand If within your es. You may have a f

Attention[ is particularly called to the: Xo. 5. House and large lot at Fort 'acres, lm> Ing about fiO acres of good control you have only to act. When you sample bottle by mall Roma 01 swamp.Rona
.- fine fishing which hammock land it suitable for have a cold and four an attack of pneumonia free also pamphlet telling how to find
A. FROST : Indian River and the Pierce, Fla. This property is withinthe upon Chamber nln' you
bottle of *
J. inlet to the ocean, near by, afl'ords. corporate limits of Fort Pierceoneof early vegetables: I grapes: oranges, It'monsl.tc. Cough, Romody buy n and use It judiciously out Mention If you this hava kidney when or writing bladder Dr.trouble.Kilmer
paper
A TOU EY.AT-LAW. ''I The fish are ponipinfo, mullet bass, our best lower East Coast towns. Good transportation down the and all cause for worry as to the outcome & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.

fill, practice In all the Courts of the 7th trout,snapper grouper, sheephead,etc., The lot faces 105; feet on Indian River !St. Lucie River. Price, $100. will quickly disappear. There I I. no danger ;

Judicial[ Circuit. -the finest fish in the world. Theyare and contains J of an acre. House new ::ofo. 112.: The HW ( of XEJ.f=' the SKJ: sale of by pneumonia druggist and when medicine It Is used.dealer For

taken with nets, hooks and spears. I and contains 7 rooms and bath. Lot of XWlf; the XW}4 of SK\4.i and! the NEt
TITUSVILLE FI.OJUDA.
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The northern sportsman finds here his well fenced and planted to fruits of 4 of SR'lyof !See. 3:1.: Tp. $.'\ S.. R. 40 She Cornered Him.

A. finest grounds' for rod and reel, and the many IncliidingOOOOfancy pine E., containing[ 1(50( ( acres In one body. Tho city editor wu troubled not to r M I

FREDERICK MORGAN poor man finds an ample supply of apples.: It will make a line home! for a Adjoins the White City colony. loud any angry.

Abstracts ol Title. wholesome fish, a valuable addition to winter resident. Full details of this pine laud suitable for grapes, oranges, "Hang It nil" he exclaimed, nn he

HEAL ESTATE AND his bill of fare. property: on application. Price $1,800.: guavas, gardening, eto. (Price, *sOO.( {) rend the letter addre Hcd to his department i
INSURANCE wife bus been asking me
The river Is also bedded with oysterswhich Part cash, balance on one, two or three No. 11;;. The north 20 acres oflot, 1, "my uud 1
week
Loans Notary Public. that question for the last I
are free for the taking.Green ;years time. See. :3:1: Tp. 37 S., I R. 41 E., being a stripof refused to bo batbercd"lie looked at

Elections, Typewriting[ Stenography. turtle III>!abound In the river, If you do not find what you want in very choice! land with extensive fronton the letter UKiiln), and Jumped out of bNchulr.

TITUSVII.LK, FLA. and are a source both of income and this list of improved places, let me know the Indian River,nud running back "Thunder and gnus," ho cried

food supply what you do want and I will try to and fronting the St. laioie River situ- "it's her handwriting tool Now that v

'. A. FROST. WADE II. JOJJES.:' !: (tame, in the form of deer, wild turkeys find It for you.UNIMPROVED. ated between Jensen and Waveland. she 1ms loui-iifd the trick Hhe'll make
This is of the me settle every social, household and
one finest tracts of land
FROST & JONES, quail etc, abound In the woo s. =' PROPERTY.Xo. and J
in Brevard historical question thut conies up
It rises
In most of these: places/ schools and 87. Lot 2, Section 27, Township County. gradually I'll be right/ on hand to take the blame MI

tEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE church services are established and :'U South, Range 39 East containing[ from the Indian Rlver.andis very highon If I make u mlRtn lu'." MR.S. L. S. ADAMS. i ier
the St. Lucie Rives Choice
hind for
Loans and Collections. maintained and In all of them, that 0.07 Acres. This is a rich hammock( For n long time bo reiualned burled u, '
TIPUSVILI.E will very shortly be the case. point on an island in the river among either pineapple, vegetables, lemonsor In thought./ Then be resigned.Ilrook- e Unlvtmton. T*._ <*) 1sV
FLOKIDA.'EO. oranges.: A splendid' location for "Wine of Ctrdul indeed a blearing
In each and River a lyn ICutltt.Mr .
every community in this the oyster beds below the Indian _
tll tied women. Having suffered for II
beautiful home !
Price $7 .OO(
--- A. WORLEY county the people are from every Statein Narrows. Price, *1K( ). This at $75.00 per acre is an especially per acre *. Johanna Hoilorliolm, of Fllrl'nllFIlls : rev years with wcakneis and bear. ,

.J the Union. They are I Intelligent/ Xo. 88. LotU, Sec 31, and lot 12, Sec. tine bargain The location being one Minn., fell and dislocated her livj)! Jnwn. palm, and having! tried leverl )

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. friendly, well-to-do people.and I Invariably :35; Tp. 31 S., R. 30 E., containing 0.07 of the finest in the county. Hboulder. She had a iurireon/ get it backIn doctors and different remedies lto ;

,sneral practice In State and Federal welcome the new coiner most cor ncres. This Is also a hammock pointon No. 120.) loo)) acres of wild land adjoining place a* soon as possible, but It was wllh the no success, your which Wine helped of Cardul met, twar (
much. only thing u
and her !
Courts. Alt business entrusted will dially.[ The almost universal[ testimony the same island near: the natural the corporate limits of the quite Her son sore mentioned pained he bad neon very Chamber- and eventually cured me Its.emedto t ., '

receive prompt attention. of our people from nearly every northern oyster beds Price, $10.. Town of Fort Pierce. Adapted to growing lain' Pain Halm advortlnod for ipraln, build up the weak parts, strengthen I '
moral Counsel for the Tuttle vegetables!; Price, .I.O< Estate. eastern and weHtern state, is, after Xo. 80. I.otI., Sen. 32, and lot 7, Hen.3n !. ( and soreness and she asked him to buy system
No. I
)150. Lot
Miami. 2. Section :
MIAMI, FLORIPA. five to fifteen years'residence' that it ( Tp. ::11 S., R. 39 E., containing according 87, Range 40; 21jy a'I'l's.( 25.Township lying, on the relieved a bottle of her It,,and which enabled he did.her It to quickly deep Dy "tired women"; ;; < Mrs. Adams

is the healthiest country in the world. to Government survey 68.73; St. Lncle River Price, 00000. which she had not done for several day*. mean nervous women who of have the t tdisordered

ACKSONVILI.E LABOR AGENCY Facts and statistics could be multiplied acres This is a piece of rich hammock I Xo. 10. 20( acres of good spruce pine The eon was HO much pleaded with the womb ovarian Dlf'nlll'S.trouble falling or any of

& EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Indefinitely to prove this. land on the east, side of the river one and hickory land about one mile from relief It gave hi*mother that he ha since these ailments that women have. s
Fort Pierce and the from :St. Lu- recommended to others. For vale
same
A. M. BECK. II u ml red*!of men fin employment In mile north of Narrows postotllce( well many You can cure yournolf at home with
cle; on west side of the Florida East by all druggists and medicine dealer women' Wine '
thllg'rt'nt remedy.
Shipping Master our fisheries alone. :Settlers; who may adapted tor vegetables: oranges, lemons Coast Railway./ Well adapted! to pineapples : of Curdul. Wino of! Curdut baa ) I ,

Hotel help a specialty. have had experience in this business in bananas etc. Price, 1,11110.l < : and oranges: Fine location The ......t of it flood llnnd. cured thou Rn.l$ of cano which
10 South Laura St. other States or in foreign countries Xo. DO. The Ey) of the NU'i of :Sec; Fine building .site.. : In SKi* of HKU': :i, A hard surface well rounded *<> thnttht' doctor have failedtoto"aeilt.Vhy K

'ci"ojTviti.E, FLORIDA. will find ample employment. There 1 is 41'p. .32 w., Range :f II> E., containing 80() IIpl'clllllUlrj.'lallI:Sec.: :33,1'p.:!HH.at, J have 1.00 bottle For
vet-ret of u gold! "()JIII. Attention afteru ;
demand for !
a good farm and This Is suitablefor
. garden acres. good: pine land Xo. 11. TheXEii:! of Sec 1(1( 'l'p.l7: road' Is. once pcrmunently built In huperntle any itoiiiach liver or bowel di.ordor -
' TEPIIKN E. FOSTER fruit laborers, at good( wages. oranges: lemonsgrapes,guavas and S.: H. 4il E., 100 acres: on the St. Lucie xvnuhiil Thedford'a Block-Draught t {
) *o Hint the out placesiinil
The man who has skill, muscle or industry pineapples and is within one mile of River near Spriiceblulf food spruce should be lined.Forrt ,

ATTOIiNEY-AT-LAW need not fear that It will not \\'ooilley station Price $100. pine and" hammock citrus fruits land, and suitable fol'plnellpP"'s. .\' dcpicHHluiiM lie,rriiilred." | where A little water timely"talldsnUI. work vegetables. -
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Sims Building!, be in demand. Xo. 01. The Ely of Slay of Sec. 10, (Price In one body, tlIIIHI'oulll will ka'0-i0 a 1'0)1111) In g/11d: shims'im'. intMir olntlam.tta: :Tlrt: Imltunongik, Tim',,. Hlulll. Ca: itt P

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Willingness, ability and persistence( Tp. 32 S., U. 30 E., containing: "be cut to suit purchaser and la very -------- ,, M1

wins the contest everywhere and Flor- (food pine land, suitable for oranges, low at the: above 1I lIrl'lI. The peculiar cough which Indicates

'EORGE W. ALLEN ida is no exception to the rule. Settlers lemons, grapes, guavas etc? within afullrmileoCl'oledostation. In this township I have other large!; croup la usually well known to the Wlt EoFCARDUI
Z considerable hoilies of first (das orange lands at prices mothers of croupy chlldion. No time
who bring mvansand wish Price $100.
ranging from $20: to Oil) per: acre. should be lout In the treatment of It, and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to develop their property rapidly can Xo. 112. The K% of SEi of Men. 27, Description. and full particulars, with for this purpose no medicine has recoil v-

r WEST, FLOUIDA. always find workmen. This, on the Tp. ::12I.: ., R. 30 E., containing acres. township plat on application. nd more unl vernal approval than Cham- .I

nil practice In the United StatesI other hand, furnishes an opportunityfor This is good: pine land at Gilford's( siding Xo.' lit. 010 acres In Tp. :3:1: R. :39!), In berlain' Cough Remedy. Do not waste -- -- .
I I State: Courts. Ojun95T the agricultural laborer. ,suitable I for oranges, pineapples) u body at $:s per acre: ; in -lO-acre tracts. valuable time In experimenting, with..1_un-I ... i
tried rrmedlus matter .
uu now IIIKUIJrecommended m
By referring limps which are sent grap'i'H: etc., Price $4in.(( $7 to $10 per,acre.No but give Mil* medicine all

' s. BURNIIAM M. D. herewith the approximate! location[ of Xo. 03. The E.J.t of :SW:i of Heo. 85, =' 17. 320 al'rt'lIln Tp. 8-W: : ; In a directed and all Hymptoni of croup will
body at $;; ,per acre, In smaller bodies, s
each tract will be seen No tract it Tp. :32 S.: It, 31) E., containing 80 acres. same.as N'o 1ft. The two bodies offer quickly and dlaapl.ealFor medicine dealer Bale by all druggist ''I

SURGEON and SPECIALIST more than two or three miles from a This land lies within a quarter of mile a gondI1IVt'Mtment. since the said will *

Ear Nose and poHtofHceand moxtof them one-half to of the railroad on pine ridge suitable soon go to |IO to $:JO! per acre. Seeds
Throat. tlt" Forbid'
one and a half miles. Public roads are for pineapples, oranges,guavas, grapes Xo. 12;). Lots 1 and 2, E4 of N\V><, rue el p" to worlcl" f. pl.nira.nmmd:: : nwhy r, "':,: 4 '
' don't
"Why you KO
ST PALM and.n o
BEACH FLOKIDA. Heo. 17 'I'i'il.; K. :81)) Ill onemiie
Iwrc's.
well established along the entire river. etc., Price, 400. l'd tin wan who hud been Hiked ..." .'...I..lm.olloli.' ( I' ,
south of Sebastian. Fronting 'T, mall pIn P./ It 111111 luI.
"\R.-HOUGnTOX'S Out of our large bodies of cheap land No. 01. The X!i of XEH, the SW ,C mile on Indian River. Fine frontage. for u dime. dMl.nrr(. "...r,alllw I mO' .harm: erne All \t4n i
distributed 100 and the =X' of SE1 of See 2 be sold in 10) that would Increnw my nppetlto. dwbn. IYUa M..a Aaa..l .
over a territory nearly of XE :( s | Will a body at $ per acre. "Why, ,......all .ppll'a.." 1 {
miles long, we can select just what any Tp. 3:1: S: ,. K.3E.! containlng2X( () acres %1/1'R"h, balance: on time. A good loca ." protested the beggar "and 1 lime prtyad D. M. P."Y a 00., I
DATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon t a decided bargain. a hard enough time looking after the Detfo/t, M/oh. '
purchaser wants and in such quantities This land lies at1'0 aiding on the

the "Dentps" and proportions,; as lu may desire. Florida Kant: Coast Railway and U. Full these)), detailed and other Information lands that concerning I have- one I have now."-Chicago Poit. 1 I ...'

Now AT PALM BEACH.oley's Our practical experience: [in Much mat- good, rolling plneamid spruce pine land, listed for sale given on application.!/ Host Llnliiioiit on I nrth. ;
_ ters cover 14 years,the benefit of which suitable for pineapples, oranges guavas You are Invited to write fully If you The LargeSd""M ost Com- ,

: -' will be freely and conscientiously giv- grapes, etc. Will be s<)ld In a body are interested.: All these propertiesAre Henry D. Baldwin Hupt. City WaterWorks nleto Establishment South. I I
Kidney Cure on the lower Kant: Count ranging 8hull..bllrlVIII... writes:"I have "t l'
en to prospective settlers. I for $1,000;; or in tracts of 40 acres for of kind of liniment but linn
tried
kea kidneys from 22O:! to 258> miles south Jackson roan < .
and bladder right. Our shipping facilities are first-class. $:J.)0 a forty. vllle, on the Indian River and Florida never received much benefit until I lined CEO S, HACKER & SON i

{TAX'fED-A TRUSTWORTHY' OENTLK-: Crate and other material is abundantand No 00. The Way of Sec W: 'J'p.U: : East Coast Railway. Term made llallard' Snow Liniment for rheumatism li \

t man or lady In each county to manage. I cheap. The cost of ordinary laboris S.: R. S<) E., containing[ : 1111)) acres The known application If parties desireto and puln I think It the best liniment 1
*""".n<>." *or an old establlHhed house of pay less than all cash, and proposeto nn earth.' 25c, f>0c: and $1 bottle at B. It. d
.1;fnanaial' standing.. A straight, bona ode 01.00) to t1.CO per day. east part of the north forty of this tract improve. Address' Wilson A; Hon.\ t jiW1

Inosday iy eaah! with salary all of expenses tia.OOpaid" direct by check from head-each. Pamphlets on the culture or oranges, contains good spruce and hickory land .,
c. T. MCCARTY
rJ.ItJ": r., Money advencedforexpeneee. Man lemons and grapefruit[ also nn the culture suitable for pineapples. The remainder Old Dr... H.."l y.<.. If
Caxton Bldg, 2J.a,
Chloa..o. Fla.
of pineapples[ will be .sent on application is medium pine land, suitable for Brevard County, Eldred, Old limn mny be denned to look like

ANNER SALVE to intending settlers and In- grapes, guavas!, etc. Price t00.! new by fiourlng strong nmiuonla on it,
'
10 vestors. Vegetable growing 1 Is attracting No. 07. The -IF.Ji: of SW I of $ec. 13, Cure Iloo and Hkln Uillenf'jI, ncrnblilritr with n bnrd brush and rlnu- h
most healing calve In the world.
considerable. [ attention, and many Tp. 3'l: S., R. 3D E., containing 40 acres. Itching IlnniorH. ICczHcrofula lag It In "!"iiu wiit'THlinple ,

BO YEARS' of our lands are specially adapted to A spruce' pine and hickory ridge makes Etc: Cold. It. ,
into this forty on the east tide, suitable and I
EXPERIENCETRADC this piirpom' Send no money-simply write try
Cease to be simple If at all prolonged.The .
For general purposes this land now for pineapples[ the remainder I"\ Botanic I Hood Balm at our expense. A safest: way I III to put them aside at

offered for sale is classed as Improved medium pine land, suitable for grapes personal, trial of Blood Balm" U better the very beginning.!/ Billiard' Horehound -
than thousand printed testimonial no I
MANUFACTURERS OF '
Price 200. /Syrup stops a cold and remove
t'nImproved etc.
h 1ryr and guavas don't hesitate to write fora free sample.If '
", =' of See. i4 the cane of cold.*. 20. SOn, and $1 bot-
The
"l'E/V ofXWtf
IMPROVED PROPERTY. Xo 1)8. you suffer from ulcers.eczema,enrol. Sash Blinds
.f'" ties at li. R. Wilson &; 8on'a.The Doors ,
.1'( I Xo. 1. The Gibson Orange Groves. Tp. ::1:1!:< 8., R. :30 E.: containing 40 acres ula, blood poison, cancer eating More,
woods land suitable for Itching; kin, pimple, bolls, bone pain, ?
'' MARKS This fine property,"ltuatt'll at Rowland Medium pine welling: rheumatism catarrh, or any biggest! building atones ever Moulding & Building Material, n
DKSIONSCOPYRIGHTS and Indian Rivera grapes, guavas eto. Price $125. until are found not la Egypt but at
n- ,, AC. Fla., on the :Sebastian; blood or akin disease we advise you to
,aendtnq a ek.trh and dearrlpLinn mat consists of 50 acres of land with Xo. IK, No,.. W, 06, 97 and 9ft, are ad. lake liotanlo Blood lU'm; (II. II. II). BanUx, In Kjrla. They measure CO Cfllce: Waieroorn King opposite I I
u.11,rteln probably nor piuenttthla opinion I froawhuthar Commnntriwctlyconrtrt ana producing Joining lands, making a tract of 2MOacrt'II Especially recommended for old obstinate feet long and 20 fort tuar.. Cannon tHreet.Charleston .

-: ntUi. Httntlbookon Patents two bearing orange groves which will be sold In one body deep Heated canon of malignant/ ------- S. C. ifI i
n tdd.n.t fiirnnry r this season about t 800! boxes of oranges. disease because Botanic -
+e i taken through olt :: A't"'n:; blood' or skin We Give Any Lady ,
.
i rt..tle., without oh....... In the A descriptive circular covering the details for $1,200.No. : Blood Balm (U. li. U.) kill the poison In
Sc1QO j unfit Rm ritan. of this fine property will be senton 100. TheSE, ofXW4 ofrec.23! ; the blood, cures where nil ele fallnheal A *pl n Tp. :318.! R. :.10 E., containing[ 40 acre. e..erYlWre. make the blood pure and I money very easily working foru, In their ,
"M"'m.y' rtriT application. Price, 11,000.00. leisure time the work I II not hard and
lllnntrKlnd of ,
weeklyi.rae.t rich give the skin the rich glow ;
oot of mile west of the railroad / 1
Al ltr I'ine land % a Hardware
elvntldo lournal. 'r.rma3 a Indian
'. nrmnnth.IL any doldyalleewadedenl. Xo. 2. Two line lots at Tibbals health. B. B. II., the most perfect blood any woman or girl who baa a little pare
f''unri|| & Co 36tBro rfw.r. New York River, Fla.-Each i 5-acre lot has a and on the old military road to purifier made. Thoroughly tested for.'JO time will do well to avail themselves of I
Bra.cb Omyl& Indian River, and is well Fort Capron suitable for orange trees year Gout $l per large bottle at drug! this great opportunity to earn money Window and Fancy Glass1
r Bt,Wublllllt.D.U on
frontage grapes, guavas, etc Price, $200.! tore*. To prove It cure, sample of Wend:! up 25 cent (silver) and we will at SPECIALTY.
A i'
pineapples
There are bearing send the cloth with full direction
) r.EAD : improved. Blood Balm sent by writing Blood Balm once you
FOR quantl of of Sec 25 I
SALE. la any Xo. 101. The Wtf HEVf I .
building 11t1'1I.This In the U.H. '- -
at the on each and fine Co Atlanta Ga. Describe trouble and *, prepaid by n* anywhere I
ADVOCATB office.Honey /is one of the finest neighborhoodsin Tp. :33 S., It. :30 E.. containing 80 acre. : free, medical advice sent In sealed l letter, ;., *o that yon can commence work at i-----Honey Tar"
Foley's and
and It Is 1 rarely that Good pine land a half mile west of the nr-'I'bl. U an honest offermedlolneaeot once. AddreM HUILLIAN'TLVA CO.,
/ey's and Tar the county is offered for very ale at this railroad and on the old military road to at once, prepaid. (CJ 71)) Rozbury, Ma*.. for h Ildr n.u' ,.ure. No opiates.
anything
'es
colds prevents pneumonia.


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ADVOCATK. JAMJARY' 16 1903.
COAST
EAST
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WM. M. BROWN, !
Vice-Preside
-4 J..urES: PBITCHABD President; -
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I *, Cashier. W. S. BBANHINO, Asst. Cashier.


a : EAST COAST ADVOCATE TERRAPIN While many FARM-people FOR in FLORIDA this Stateare INDIiN RIVER STATE RAND


D;VOT.D TO TBB DBYBLI thinking over the best plan to
I .A W KLT JOQRIIAL ..... Biliousness DEPOSITORY.
,
INDIAN 8IY., I do not they try COUNTY
j ,, i OFHSKT or TUB make money, why
I WORTH AND BIHOAVHB HAT OTIO S terrapin raising? We are told there Makes Authorized capital $1 GOec
I
Is money in it, and if that I is the f r Paid up capital $:.!!4,00(
I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. case, why not some one on the East Chronic Invalids. Average deposits $1 t looooj

UABLE H. WALTON, Editor & Publisher.Dlnoontlnnanc.e Coast give it a trial? There la a When the liver is torpid, the bile enters the blodd asa '

diamond back terrapin farm, with ; then comes thai train of Liver Ills0N'5 Transacts a General Baolioir
of wlvts. mintbo made per- more than 15,000 in stock, and ., .
...ll J at thin office or by writing._ worth more than JfUO.OOO: ; at Cris- rirjv.t' < t
t Business
1 Obeok.eto.,may l>e roads payable to CHABLBSH. field, Maryland.Years [[
no one dreamed that p.PJ lYE R JtV CJ
WALTOW,publlHhor.BOSrOV : ago J
terrapin would he almost extinct t Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rila!

i OKKIC15-THK!: KAHT) Atlnntlo Coeer avenue Anvn0ATablulopanodanoilloeut.s and worth as much as ($160 a dozen ; mud Tonic Pellets are the only Treatment that give Kzcbange: : bought; and sold on all II'.reign '

Boston, whlili, will lie In chnrito of Mr. Claude but such In the situation today, the liver just the right touch and starts Nature' x tiII Countries.

Il O.Walton. and In the above region, the most work in the right manner. The Pill touches the + I ) Patronage; appreciated. Prompt nervlce, pll,,!
productive of the luscious diamond liver, the Pellets tone the system. treatment,and every favor comiettwltty<,.
to tho ADVOCATB for Inform +." en s natIve bunking, granted
IT : ri'In writing ,. back of the Chesapeake, they are 4.
'
tlin writer will oblmo by enoing Sample and Booklet Free. (
' tlon of any kind with d' CORRESPONDENTSSeaboard :
a Htampnil" ',MrepiHil, ( eiivelnpa.Addreil cared for and guarded greater National Hank of New ">'irk, III>
anxiety for their safety than were As Complete Treatment yr R" .' National Dank of Jacksonville, Flu,

"'\ all communications ton the slaves in the days when they ," aS days*S ell. .w1 viLLE FLA .
I ADVO ATE, rJ rJ jJ ,
EAST COAST e1
on .
protested against being gorged Mew 1..*.. 0.-:
TITUSVILLB, FW>BIBA. -

+I;a: =-- .- terrapin. T. meat.A. Lavalette. a grandson of ------ FUEL---AND-- SUPPLY COMPANY]

SOUTHERN
''f V. S.DepartutentofAgriculture I Hear Admiral E;. A. Lavalette, decided THE .

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla, ) to embark in the business,

and he baa no cause to regret his Sold by n. B. WILSON A; SON, TITU8VIX.I.E..
Brick Lime Cement
4i following is ft comparative state; Wood Coal Coke
The .
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of acresis -- ---- ,
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ment of temperature and rainfall for the decision. The farm seven ----- -- ----- ----- ,

week ending Tuesday, Jan. 1U: 1003. divided into pens, with big board SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. THEATRE. *
Ft? -190.1; -100J: fences and wire screens across the LYCEUM ,

I''? J>ATB. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. sluiceway In these pens there are Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick......
7 (Ill! 11 07 6.3HI The Board met Monday\ morning, January ,
t 8 07 48 00 water, grass and sand, and Mr. 5th, 100:1. Present, J. M. Dixon, (Opera lIou e.)
$ 0) 110! 37 70 49 Terripln can take his choice as to chairman; R. N. Andrews, 0. P. Platte Offices foot of Dogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.!261
l 10 72 49! 72 6j: where to spend his time. and K. E. Minis\ secretary. The minutes TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 'General Manager.
: //1:1: read and J. K. MUNNERLYN\ ;
11 7" (18 73 abovetbe water of the last meeting were
walks
Plank high
71: / :\ t19 47 approved. The Treasurer's, report for
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the Jan 26 t 903.at ----
13 (17 65M 55/ 42 and marsh are constructed over the month of December, ,10(12( was received Monday Even, --
Total rainfall for the week: 0.17 farm, and when 1\1r.Lavalette wishesto read, fund/ correct and redeemed
Departure from normal rainfall for theo feed his valuable reptiles he slm. warrants duly cancelled. The usual 8:15: o'clock, sharp MeMurray & Baker
week: minus 0.7/ Inches. Departurefrom ply out on one of these eleva. monthly bills were then read and paused ,
goes -
1
normal rainfall since January for payment.
l'' minus ,00/ Indies. tions and claps his hands together, Legal voters of Eden precinct having

liAr. P. HAiiom, Observer. making; a loud noise. In an instant presented a petition for a Special Tax I I The Unique Entertainers 401.413 East: Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida
the terrapins come helter skeltei School District, and various personal ,
-- from the sand, marsh and water quests having, come to the Board from -Makers and Jobbers of-
Taller ably all of that southern section deprived or!
THE St. Augustine HENDRICKSON AND ROSANI.I .

I l edited by Mrs. Anna As M.of Marconiis the, and he stands huddle, while under those the in walk the when other Its prepare privileges the, the usual secretary form was of petition directedto I Magicians, Shadowgraphists, Jugglersand Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material !

again before us. yore, pens crawl against the wire screen and) Head them out to each Supervisor In I ,
t Taller Is a bright, newsy, and neat fence in an effort to get through, this district of territory, and to various Manipulators.
and Mrs thought to bo specially Interested Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
i ly-printed society paper persons
crabs fish meats
are fed on ,
They
In the movement t secure
'; Marcotte: should initial be number congratulated for the) etc., but are small eaters. It ia eel funds for Schools, and thus secure necessary equaladvantages BROOKLYN, N. y, First-Class: Repairing and Painting &c. &c.Paint .
the
a upon dom that a terrapin will attack anj over the entire third dhmlct --- .-
Dear Prof. Ilendrlckson: --- --------
1903.
season of of the
living things larger than a fly 01 County.
The Board adjourned, thus closing Its Your entertainment of Music, Mirth,
small bug. last meeting. Sand highly delighted our Buy your paint while oil is low,
demand for Maglo
h THE increasing English Mr. Lavalette has terrapins of all J. M. DIXON, Chairman. Mystery
coal in the United States has sizes. Their growth Is remarkably Attest: R E. MIMS, Secretary.The people. The illusions were perfect and It will advance soon.
:
caused advance in the rates foi startling. The applause and laughter
; an slow, and it I ia estimated that at Until February 1st we offer 100 pound Masury's Railroad White and Sii|
efforts undoubted
but are still which greeted your were
I transportation taken low as, $1.60 cargoes a ton, which least 40 years is required for a terrapin Board met Tuesday, January Cth, proofs of the Interest and appreciation (rations pure Linseed Oil delivered at any station on the F. E. C. Railroad for $I U,
as to attain Its full growth. The 100.1./ : The members of the Board of Public We should be This makes 10 gallons of the VERY BEST: WHITE PAINT at only f UOpeiJ
j Is less than ia charged by American is nature a coldbloodedreptile Instruction of Brevard County, elected of the audience. gladto
terrapin by
We it to be better than white lead paint.
vessels for transporting coal from and with the coming of the on Nov. 4th, 10(1-2( were, J. M. Dlxon, see you again. Yours truly, gallon. guarantee any
:
.' Pennsylvania ports to the, ports of first frost he begins to locate him. of Tltusvllle, residing In and for School *. R. S. DAWSON. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., EAU GALLIE, FLA.
Andrews of Cocoa
District No. 1 It. N. ,
New England.IT self for the winter, and it is necessary residing in and for School District No, 2; ADMISSION: 23; !and 50 cents. -

4 on this farm to keep a close J, E. Fultx, of SpruceblulT, residing in Reserved Seats on Bale at B.R. Wilson
ia stated that the new Maine eye on the weather and use artificial ( and for :School: District No. 3: & Son's Drug Store. Hodges cSk O'Hara
of her ill fated Of these, J. M. Dixon and J. E. Fultz ,
: ia to take the place means for keeping the terrapinfrom
met In the office of the County Superintendent -
namesake, blown up in Havana freezing.The of Public Instruction, each being TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. ...Manufacturers: and Dealer |lln...
I harbor February 15, 1808. The favorite place for the hibernation duly commissioned, as a member of said Rough
new Maine will more than fill the of the very large sizes! is a Board, proceeded to complete organization ; The following are the times of arrival l and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER,!

I place of her namesake, as the old few inches below the soft, mudat in compliance with law, as follows: and departure of passenger trains to and Dressed
oozy
The meeting was called to order by It. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
j Maine was a socond-class battleship the bend of a three or four fathom E. Mime, holding cnmmUtilon as County from Tltusvllle: Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff. Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
and the new vessel Is a battleship V-shaped channel, in the bed ofa Superintendent, and J, M. Dixon was SOUTH BOUND. 1:03am: any part of the State. Address: Hodges &; O'Haia, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

p of the first class creek of about the same distance duly elected Chairman: of the Board. Leaves Tltnivllle\ for Miami and }I 1-Mrtpm, -- -----.----
k The Board then adjourned to meat on intermediate points at f :28 P m
from shore to shore. The time of J 5.00 p m '
t Monday morning, February ;2nd, 1003.J. The Oldest tablinhed Grain and Seed House In the State.
1I THE beat way for a merchant to hibernation usually lasts about six M. Dixox, Chairman NORTaaOUND.a:00 l : a m
get ahead of a competitor Is to do months. They bury a few inchesIn Attest: It. E. Mists, Secietary. Leave TltnYllle for Jacksonville" I 2:18 p m r
IntermedIate points at f 3 87 p ma:43pm
; more "hustling" than he. Get better the mud, and leave at the spot and J : 1,ViW111Wm.:: A. Sours: t3z CO.I w
and larger advertisements in the they disappear a small mound, In !nr-: Filter tubes are now for sale at Tltu8vllie for Sanford 1:08am:
I ADVOCATE, select goods with great. the middle of which a hole may be I this office, price 2'icts; postage extra. "IrrlvesTitusvlllefrom Sanford I:W p.m ,."

er care, choose more desirable advertising discerned. It is the mound and hole -- --- - -- GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
mediums ; but whateveryou which first attracts the hunter and

do, keep your ad. in the local llaherman. During this period the Hotel Riverview OJI INDIAN RIVER MERRITT, FLORIDA Flour, Grits,, Meal and Fertilizers

I f paper, so that would-be settlers can terrapin Is caught in the torpid sn
tell who the "live" merchants are, state. The males always bed in the On High Pine Land. Health, comfort and sport. No better Hunting u1 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

and where they can buy what they marshes and among the rushes of and Fishing in Florida. Sulphur Swimming Bath. Fine Yachting.Now Agta. for furiua Feed. Warehouses on trackS of S. A, L. R'y and Plant System,I

need. Every stranger to any section shallow ponds. Open- E. L. CRUSINS, Proprietor. -

a of country, and those who are While the people of the above -_- --_-- 1

t about to pay us a visit, always look region are noted for their honesty WASHINGTON.
over the ads of the town merchants. and square dealing, Mr. Lavalette P. Ruh1: nan: c4c Co.

takes no chances. lie has a one- THE BUCKET BUFFET t

DEKIC ia a lawful mark for hunt. room house in the center of his terrapin 261 Washington St l NEW YORK.

t ers until January Slat, but the season farm, built 20 feet above the 210 Sixth street, WASHINGTON, D. C., 93 Murray Street J f :N. Y.
marsh on piles, and in this houseare .
I for will last until February
quail and houses In Washington,
I Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor Cigar
his trusted
rifies. of
One
employee
1 28th. Of course, it should be: -HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-
understood that'all, non-residents sleeps in the house every All of the best brands in stock, and the prices as low as any house In the city.

i must get a license to hunt before night, and it would be unwise for Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 216 Sixth Street, : ].oric1ct: Or.rvm.sosWe:

,i trying their skill at knocking over anyone to attempt to make a raidon facing the National Hotel, and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station.;
a I deer or quail. The cost of said license the farm. G-ra.perru.1t.:
JOHN E. BUCKEY 210 Sixth Street, WASHINGTON, D. C.
j k; is :110 per season. If you kill Proprietor, "
!
We represent several of the largest shippers in State! and wish to represent
your : ,
deer cannot sell it but
i any you you NEXT week will gather in Jack. .
1 are allowed to give it to your friendsIn sonville Freemasons from all over NEW YORK: you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 80 :years. 1t 1

the county where it was killed. the State Mystic Shryners, Knight t
:'. Hunters say this Is one of the best Templars and Master Masons will c

f.4 seasons they have known in Titus. be out in force. The Grand Lodgeof Hotel Marlborough ESTABLISHED 1870.

t ville, and quail, duck, deer, wild Florida will give all Master Masons a

turkey, etc., have been brought into a hearty welcome on that occasion Broadway, :0th< and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. M. Lane &
In Son
town large numbers.
and do think the
we not
400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con '
K merchants of the metropolis will duoted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal a
k As VAH aa we can learn from the be far behind when it comes to en. of the .
1 supervision owner. 250 WASHINGTON STREET:, NEW YORK. e
), numerous letters we are continually tertaining visitors to their goaheadcity. E. S. CROWELL! Manager.

receiving from the r..orth, East and :

\j' West, the indications are that the I' Southern Fruit t and Produce
R
and 41st Street
IX BED Hotel Broadway ,
I, tourist season now opened will be WEEKS WITH LA Yendome
OKIPPE. We have received the follow.
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one of the best in many years. NEW YORK CITY.
Inn letter from Mr. Key Kemp, of Angola, n
i There is every reason why the tourist Ind.: "I was In bed four weeks with la FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toile Corc.rc.iss1.oc.: : : : : Merchaaa.ts.: e
travel should be very heavy to grippe and I tried many; remedies and
I rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN Good rooms $1.150 large rooms $2 and with
I the East Coast of Florida, the 'mat.I' spent considerable for treatment with ; ;
i ter of coal being one of the causes. physiclane, but I received no relief until private bath *:.60\ per day and upwards. The management Is under the personal FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
That hotel I tried Koley's llouey and Tar. Two supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager;
our will be
managers small bottles of this medicine cured me Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
'i y able to give the tourists more than Rod I now use it exclusively in my family
usual attention and comfort is assured ." Take no substitute. Sold by B. t

I' for many have had steam K. Wilson}; Son, Tltusvllle. Launches For Sale !

\ heat put in their houses ; and the Mason M. Clark

addition of a number of fine new Dude County Land For Sale. ,
hotels in Florida, and the Improve. e.R

ment of many of the well-known For sale,cheap, the northeast quarter 34 foot Launch, 5 foot beam, standing roof, 14 horse power Buffalo Motor Fruit and
j resorts, give assurance that all that of southeast quarter of section 3, town. speed 12 miles. Produce Commission Merchant.t
Journey to Florida this winter will ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to
,, O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on 30 foot Launch, 0 foot beam, standing roof, 7 hone power Buffalo Motor.
be well
cared for. The best hotels SPECIALTIES:
St Lucle River;40 acres 20 foot Launch,0 ft., 2 In.beam, glass; cabin, 6 horse power Mlanus Motor.
promise to their
supply guests with Also, the northeast quarter of north.
1 what they expect when they com east quarter of section 18, township 3S, All in Good Running Order. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. a

1 to Florida, viz : game, fish, oysters,, south of range 41 east; on south fork of
I oranges, grapefruit and a plentiful St. Lucie River;40 acres. Apply to Florida and

4 iI supply of fresh vegetables. CHAS n.TitusTllle WALTON. ,,Fla. GEO. R. WALLACE, West Palm Beach Fla. Oranges Grapefruit.

HO.Murray Street and ICO West Str et, NEW YORK.


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Stuart. Eden. GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.


E OLD RELIABLE 1VI.Ai. ::BFite: >G.
II. O. Ball Ins:! purchased building Mrs. Charles IT. Racey was apleasant _

lot on the liver front from A. Bailey. visitor to this place last Tuesday.Mrs. .

X-4 Curd Shroeder returned homo, Monday M. A. Curtis Is shipping her tan WHOLESALE GROCERS i

ft from a business trip to Palm Bench gerines, which are finer than ever, this

II. W. Bessey's Barge: is hauled out on year.S. ,

Lane s ways, having a new bottom put F. Webb has built a substantial addition Fruit and Produce Jobbers. .

on. to D. P. Mer"In's barn to be used

I OYAOW H. W. Bessey made a business trip to for a carriage house.F. .

Palm. Beach on Friday, returning bun U, Richards and family spent Satur Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

day.J. day over on the ocean beach, and had a
F. Gregg went out hunting on Mon- very delightful outing. 1,001TO: YOUR EYES. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. +

NG ppY day afternoon, anti killed a lino largo If suffering from any eye defects or weak ,
The house has been torn
deer Hemphill sight cl\lIl1& my now woll-appolnted optical )-
down, and the material will be used' to l Institute. Special lenso PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
E. Simmons Is busily engaged building build a packing house near the railroad, complete
two launches for parties on the St. Lucie! grinding outfit In connection. :Seed Potatoes, Soocl! Peanuts find Cow Peas In season.
litAKI.GPOWDER Mr. and Mrs. Abdill and :Mr. Clark of !) E.
river. 1\ H. ARMSTRONG, jf BfWo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables...
Elched drove to :walls Point last Thurs 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward returned her day, and on returning pi ado 'seveial calls ---
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on Tuesday, from an outing at Palm In Eden. .

Beach. Work will be begun on the Congregational Melbourne. Eau Gallie.Mr. I \

All kinds of job printing Is done neat- church as soon as the contractorscan TIRE.D AND

Absolutely Puro, ly, cheaply oilice.and expeditiously the pink get time to do the work. Carpenters \ Reber's new residence on Houston WORN OUT. t .'V s
paper are unusually busy thjs winter.
GtOODE & (100DK.)( -Real Estate and Ixmn. street will soon be ready for the occupants .
ERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE C. W. Coibott Is building a lighter The largo plantations are turning out A Ant for .*:1.11,1. l.mulmi and Liverpool and .
and a row boat, which lie will use to quite heavy shipments of pines for mid- UII.be. Provtilfiioo..lilnKU>M, ,and Sun Fire
Insurance. Special' attention paid to the Mrs. f>. W. Hopkins anti son, of Die
move his crop the coming summer. winter. S. F. Webb and D. P. Merwln Interests of nuu.resident
Lake Mich., arrived in Eau Gulllo on
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Sheephead :Mao landed over 4Ulbs. of shipments past hit T.. A. F.I'IIYHU'rA AM SIHOFONUvMilHiinu Sunday last.

Palm Beach. sheepheod with his rod, reel and line on F. G. McMullen Is recovering nicely! Mnlliourne.! Eau: lialllu, 'liieaday
est Miss Gertrude Minis of Bonaventure
ant Krltlny artornuOIlS.rr ,
Tuesday. Pretty good for half day'sfishing. from his injury, which was very serious.He ,
was the guest of Miss A. Florence
Is able to be about, but will not have .
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, Hodgson, on Sunday last
[tithony Bros have opened their East Air. and Mrs J. C. Hancock and son the use of his hand or arm for sometimeto the pink paper of the East Coast, will be

store. have arrived, and are pleasantly located come. received at the Melbourne PostotHce. Miss Wilson returns to Washington, I). I:

at Bessey's hotel until their residence i III CJeo. F. Paddison of the East Coast C., on Sunday next: much to the regretof I
Clow has as her guest Misst ,
Nell ,
lsrt her friends In Eau Gallic.K. .
Frank Fee returned to Fort Pierce J
of Minneapolis, Minn. completed. Lumber and Supply Co., Eau Gallie, called on
Never before on the pineapple growers last Tuesday Sunday. Splller hall Improved his sailboat Women Need
have there been
r. Joseph Jefferson has a new twentyt commercial men In town so many there; and received many orders for crates Our market Is well supplied with fresh enlarging the hull and adding to the sell
our as
tender for his yacht Marlon. have been this winter. Their average and paper for the summer crop of pines.At fruits and vegetables.Mr. area. Mr S. Is an old salt-water sailor.A. constant supply of blood-maklnrt material I '

flie Royal Poinciana hotel, at Palm expenses while here are about |2 each the regular yearly meeting of the antI Mrs. II. Spencer are spendIng R. Hodgson took the mall run to or their systems will break down. .f
itch, opened its doors to the public[ on so that during the year they leave n dealof Congregational Sunday School, Harry the winter at New Smyrna. Nathan and return on Monday last to The complicated female! organism M '

dnesday, the 14th. money at this place. Thompson was elected superintendent; break In the now engineer on the steamer so delicately atMimted aa to be c-nsllv t"
Mrs. C. A. Robinson assistant superintendent Miss Elizabeth Willis, of Erie, Pa, Is Kathleen.P. thrown out of balance. As a result \ i'';.
annual of the
| Wlnholts guest! Tim
B. an tomato growers are hard at workon Miss Una Miller, secretary and the guest: of her aunt, Miss Eliza Eaton, health aud strength are infected by d,/
; 1/
the late arrivals
Bros, Is again among the farms, and they are putting on In her Melbourne homo. A. McMillan has purchased the
treasurer. The other officers remainingas pretty divers disposes. Motherhood, family, .
f Is warmly welcomed by his many all the Idle men they can find, doing the steamer Kathleen from Hodgson Brow, her
they were. O. F. Pndclison and John McAllister.of soclety.all levy such drains upon J.
Ends.re same thing. The Hallapattaokee riverIs and the vessel will bo run on tho Banana under( ''It:'
break
\ to say that Mrs. Decker is being; churned dally by the propellersof It Is positively pitiful to see how fright. Eau Gallie, attended the Masonic Lodge river mall route. strength the that most teimlon.women The leinuiu!* i .
regret modern launches which have taken ened when the whenther No. ltd: last Saturday evening. nervous
Ite 111 at the home of her daughter, everybody gets C. C. Plngroy; Is having his new home upon her> nervous strength are much ",
M E. Gruber. We pray for a speedy the place of the nedIao's: canoe man says frost. They do not seem to Moonlight sailing parties, surf bathing on the corner of Young and Houston greater: than similar demnuda of the I I

very. pay the slightest attention to weather and picnic parties to Melbourne Bench streets, treated to a coat of paint. K.: Spin: opposite sex. Ilenco she must be supplied I
CHILD REN POISONED.-Many children signs. They cover up all the choice have boon the order of tbe past week. ler has the contract. hi greater measure with the figment I
l>r. and Mrs. Hbughton returned Sun- plants, carry all! they can into the house, strength. The '!
l last, much to the delimit of their are poisoned and made nervous and pick their oranges; and all the while la- Charles Campbell's handsome now Messrs. Shaw and Spencer' local !inspectors -Iron-that gives out. I ,6i'
Its of friends, after an absence of six weak, if not killed outright, by mother ment over the fact that the climate bas yacht Is Just tlnl he.l. Capt. Sam Martin of steam vessels. were In Eau reason women feel tired and worn In the ,/

iika along the East Coast. ates.giving Foley's them cough Honey syrups and containing Tar Is a safe opt changed,' and Florida is not what it usedto and Mr. Campbell are the builders.Dr. Uallle on Tuesday and Wednesday last, and back suller and limbs from ,headache etc., is ,becauMA pains they ,I ,

|>r, and Mrs. Burgess are guests at the and certain remedy coughscroup and be. everyone talks freeze, whereverone J. II. Brown and daughter, of looking over the (Hoot. have used up their supply of Iron. "
turns It is the same thing. It seems Parker, S. I)., arrived In Melbourne on trouble Is. largely caused .*
leakers at Palm teach Previous to lung troubles, and Is the only prominent The princess Is being cleaned, painted Menstruation
'
Doctor too( bad, for freezes are bad enough when Monday, and will spend the winter with and overhauled at before lack of Iron. "
I) years ago, the was a patron cough medicine that contains no opiatesor mind In Hodgson's ways by
and all this of
(he West Palm Beach hotels, and has other poisons. Hold by B. R. Wilson they come, worry u''!. doll very to the owner, W.'J. Clem )
of weather is
cold
anticipation adding; I'
Iny warm friends here. & Son, grey hairs to the heads of many good Mr. Hibbs, Miss Vera Hlbbs and Master son, of Tauntou, Mass.[ Dr. Harter's ; "

,ties[ Carrie Turrentine, maid and two people down this way. May all of our Hibbs, of Itockledge, were the guests The new boiler, copper tank, etc., for d
Ala. have ARE YOU A BOA-BUILDER ? If winds this of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oslln. last Sun: the launch Helen Is being I
hews, from Birmingham, freezes turn to balmy east as now placed' '
tad[the building opposite the Anthony you are, /get one of Walton's Patent last one bas.New day. Into the bull. Mr. Randall will useless Iron Tonicmipplles l'I'

(ue, the house having been convenient- Calking builders and Tools owners; invaluable of boats.to Calks boat- Miss May DuBose, of Suwannee,Tenn., fuel[ with the new motor.

elltted for living purposes.he boats more rapidly than any other Century Comfort. arrived on the tith, and will spend the The /gale from the southwest on Hun this element. It enriches the .11 t

Free Reading Boom has just re calking tool in the world. Price $UK! world of winter In her father's pretty home in day last, shook up things In general, In blond and restores what utralu has q I I

ved a valuable addition to their 11- and $8.00 each, at ADVOCATE office, Millions are daily finding Arnica a Salve. It South Melbourne.Mrs. this district. The steamer Hypoluxo used up. I\' '
comfort In Bucklen's
ry of one hundred books from Mr. F. Titusville, Fla. C kills pain from burns, scalds, outs, Mary Knight Moses, of Philadelphia lost part of her dock load. Augusta, Ark., Mar 10, 1001. i
JDarley, of Philadelphia, through; the is again at Hotel Carleton this win void Dr. Hiirtor'i' remedies h
bruises; conquers ulcers and fever sores'cures :i The shelling; of the road between tills for tlllrtT''i. can cheerfully "O..DI"'D'
dness of Mr. Geo. W. Bacon, of Pell-I eruptions, salt rheum, boils and ter much to the delight of her many point and Melbourne Is progressing well them. I might add that A J;
Jensen.Mr. I I 'I
Lodge. Felons; removes corns and warts. Best Melbourne friends. tfessrs. Taylor and Klnmiird have the F (hold In.pwtol' for,, and Dr.ICnr-would) '

..Irs. II. II. Mayberry, of Birmingham, pile cure on earth. Only 20o at B. K. Wright Bros., shipped ten boxes of work In hand and are using the E. C. LA oommen4 It as the very

i., nurse and four children are pleas- and Mrs. I.. D. Abdill and Jay Wilson & Son's drug store. oranges from their Melbourne grove to : S. Co's. schooner, which has n large bent preparation of Iron I wornoutwomen am noquMnted t.'

tly located for the winter at the An- Clark, of Eldred, were in the city this Miami, last Tuesday. These oranges capacity, to haul the shell. and wllh.those To troubled week with nervonsne.a ..,,t

luny home, Wayside Inn, on the lakent. week. They were welcome visitors. GET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID are remarkable fine. The Misses Hodgson and Minis, Dr. poor dlire.tlon. anti pale, tula
Mr. and Mrs. Mayberry will be blood, I believe to be a p nac_ I
Calk Sharpe, of Chicago, and J. E. M, Hodgson -
Tools If want to
'Calking you Duncan Kennedy arrived( last Friday "
of that bran '
Inembered as a delightful family We are feeling quite proud "J. B. Wn-KEiiflow: Drunrlet. ;
very and nice the railroad your Boat with lightning; rapidity. It from Sewall, W. Va., and will spend the were all calling at Melbourne, on .t
fcupying, two years ago, the cottage on new depot have platform It is saves time and money, and pays for Itself Idler with Ills wife and two children In Sunday/ last. The party was driven to (HMO ixnslee list ...,. .lull..aUI 'Is MMiae.) I IP
verina street, recent bought by John company. given us. highly ap In a few weeks. In use by prom- the Klvemide house. Melbourne In the handsome turnout of .- -- !\, P /
I Beach preciated.Geo. inent boat-builders In the U. :S.! Read Geo. W. Hopkins, who was also of the !

uesday evening the famous Confed- D. Smith and daughter, formerlyof testimonials from boat-builders. Price, Mis. V. A. Hoiton returned home, nity. Rockledge-Cocoa. ,

aie veteran. General John B. Gordon, New York city, and owners of the col- $4.00 and $8,00 each, at the ADVOCATE: Monday, from Fort Pierce where she has l The yawl Princess, J. A. Gilbert owner, I 'I'I I

livered his new lecture, "The Flisty brated Dairy Kitchen, of that city, are office, Tltusvlllo, Fla. been visiting her children, Mis. Wm. has been sold to parties In Tnunton, t
of the Confederacy" The Lyceum at the Al Fresco hotel for the winter. Jackson and Charles Hurton. Mass. The vessel will bo fitted out as a Hotel Indian River opened last Satur- I

joatre handsomely decorated. Afjr Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. of Tltus day All the hotels here are now I, I
was Nearly seventy-fivo/of our best citizens Stephens: cruiser on the East Coast of Flotklit. open.
the lecture General Gordon was ear took dinner at the Al Fresco hotel Tibbals.Rev. vII Ie, Pa., are once more at Hotel Carleton This was tile largest/ ; and I most comfort The dance at the New 1 took lodge hotel ',t j 1 I J

rted 4o(( the rooms of the Utopia Club, on New Year's day. They were royally fur the winter. We are always gladto able vessel In Eau Guide's fleet with the Haturday evening was a very pleasant I .!

sere a general reception was given the entertained, and went home much pleased Sawyer held his regularservice at see these nice people come each your. exception of the Rochester, now ready affair. I I' It (" '"

gHtlngulsned gentleman.Fatal with their happy reception.Mr. Ankona :Sunday morning last to laige Mrs. Ilalloway and two children, of for' clu\rter. Each of the hotels are receiving, Its iiifi'l" ." IIJlev. I,

H. B. Mace, a large Importer from congregation.; Merchantvllle, N. I., arrived lit Hotel quota of guests, and the season piomlses I ', ,
kidney and bladder troubles( can Carleton, last Saturday, and will spend The prevention of consumption Is entirely I
York and Mr. B. T. Bell are be
New
City, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jtacey of Wave- to a good; one
ways be prevented by une use of Foley'sdneyCure. some time with Mrs. ilalloway's aunt, a question of commencing the
of the Al Fresco hotel for the win-
(\ Sold by B.K.Wilson& Son. guests agreeable gentlemen, land, and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hoke, of Mrs. !Spangler.Lots roper treatment In time. Nothing BOwel The Palmetto club met, this week, at r,: 'I 11
ter.
They are very down; this Jensen, were pleasant callers In our burg adapted to ward olf fatal lung( Mrs. Leroy W Ilattenlleld's, on Wednesday 1 I : (
and like our country way very of
In Melbourne
last Sunday. strangers are troubles as Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold: afternoon at :H :tiiO:' ,: I
much.C. and more coming In on train.
Hobe Sound. Everything bids fair for us to have a every by II. R. Wilson & Son. A. M. Dalger at the }\( '
Portland Maine Is Those who have furnished rooms to rent ; was '
B. Brewer, of ethod'f', '
distance telephone line here In a I
with the majority of visitors long should got them In llrsc-class order, for st conference at Quincy la'It 4
IT. now great couple or three weeks. We are glad to they will nil be needed soon. Fort Pierce. had l no appointment at Cocoa. '
A. Snider will take his house boat, who stop over In this favored pineapple see the good work go on. I'

10 Buckeye, to Palm Beach next weekr section having recently purchased a Capt. W. K. Beuujean took a jolly There will be services, next Sunday, r!
further alterations. pineapple plantation already In bearing, Mr. and Mrs. Abdill, of Eldred, and party of plcnlcers to Melbourne Beach, at the chapel at tbe usual hour. There

13h '! Dr. Is impressed to of '1'. V. Moore, of this place. We extend Mr. Clark, of Iowa, a brother of Mrs. Wednesday, where they frolicked on the Mrs.\ F. M. Tyler returned, Sunday, was a lay service last Sunday, and It was 1
eke Purdy strongly the welcome hand to you and your Abdill, were welcome visitors at Rev. L. seashore and enjoyed surf bathing to from a visit to Ankona. an Interesting service. I
a Honduras and
trip to may pos-
I
bly leave for that point in May. good wife, Mr. Brewer. bawyer's! on Thursday last. their hearts content. Think of this, ye Capt. H. Hogg Is busily engaged paintIng The Shakespeare club, recently organ- 'I I

Miss The annual meeting of the Indian Riv- Our people are now feasting on wild who are freezing In fhe north. I his newly-built residence. (zed, meets at the home of Mr, Horlne, at;
Abbie Pitou will be accompanied \\I '
ly a when she er and Lake Worth Pineapple Glowers' ducks and oysters, the latter being very Hon. C. T. McCarty, of Eldred. was a Clarence MummerTIn and family of Ht. the residence of the Belgian Consul, I ,
young lady acquaintance flavored this and
Association was held here on the 7th. fat and tine season, are visitor In Melbourne week. located every Saturday afternoon, They are
bins her here February 15ib.I pleasant ,ucli', Is now pleasantly at the : I
parents Everything Is moving along; nicely for I loiind In great quantities In the river. He says his part of the county Ulna very lodge residence. I reading "The Merchant of Venice". i

I :Mr Knight; who is a guest at the the; Association, and they will do a bid/ Oeo. F. PaddiHon, of Eau Gallle, representing prosperous condition. So It ought to be I Mr. and Mrs. George B. Baker of j
Bungalow, and a couisin of Mr. Guy justness the coming season. Mr. and the East Coast Lumber and for there Is no better trult section In the Remember, at the pink paper office all who t t't
arrived White's
",\I'dyls a member of the British army Mrs. E. P. Porcher were down. Mr. Supply Co., was In our town Tuesday, State. ilml* of Job printing Is done, and all the : Maryland, at cot- j \
( last for the
ttnturday winter
age received -
i
splendid work for the proprietor asks for U a share Of the' I'
Is
L'orcher doing n
ordeis for pineapple crate ma-
I Mr. soliciting
and Mrs. Howard Roberts are ex-; work. n telegram calling them home
emely charming. New Yorkers maln- growers down this way. terial and paper. Mr. Paddlson's past The many friends of 0. H. Hausan, I again on account of the death of Mrs. f I)

| in that Philadelphians are "alow," but No more pleasant visitors to Indian i record secures for him the bulk of the Engineer, 1.. E. &: W. K. K., at present Mrs. J. B. Merrewether had an oyster Baker's mother. They left on the I ::I.t< ) "

Ion't. you believe it. River can be found than the little group trade. living in Lima, 0., will bo pleased to bake at her residence lasr ,Krid.iy evening rain on :Hunday.ALIKK ,?\
Mrs. F. W. Hoe' know of his recovery from threatened which was greatly enjoyed by her ;
Columbus Ohio
ball
I The from Prof. Wolf will give a grand at our
that Mr.
comforting knowledge disease. He writes "I wascur..1by
; kidney friends.
her two bright little girls and Mrs.J. many '
and ; AT knew
Pltou club-house on Saturday evening next, Cure which I STAKE.-If you :-
Augustus has sufficiently recover- using Foley's Kidney ,
11 I to start south last Monday, brings reef C. Peck, who are glad to be away from January 17th. Admission 25 cents, refreshments recommended to all, especially trainmen The cold snap we were all bunking" for the splendid merit of Foley's Honey[ and '
to the hearts of his numerous friends. that; zero climate for awhile Mr. Hoe I free. The Professor is well who are usually similarly afliicted. Sold passed us by, we are /glad to say, and far you would) never be without it. A J''
accompanied them here, but was called Cleaned with bis dancing class, which B. R. Wilson A Bon Tltusvllle.Georgiana. some farmers are still snipping beans, !In lose or two will prevent an attack of ,
:
IT. B. Allen's furniture for Cocoanut back home on business for awhile. He now numbers about forty, and many by pile ..f the recent cold sweep. pneumonia or )In grippe. It may save '" ,
[abin was brought up from Jupiter last will join them again soon. Mrs. floe'ssweet others expect to take lessons next: week. your life. Hold by B. K. Wilson it Son. f
feek. This surely Indicates an early songs are much enjoyed by their Tbe balloting at the caucus on Monday 1 1
plgration, which Is sweet to dwell upon. Heads at the AI Fresco hotel at even- We are very glad to report: that the afternoon for nomination of Town I ,
tide. Hope they will stay long, and comeback cold waves so far predicted by the weather -- oflloers, was not well attended. A. C.Mlttnar Darrow's Positive .'
"Camp Comfort" will loose much ofjta winter. bureau, have not as yet affected us was unanimously nominated for "
sunshine and brightness with the de- every here, more than make us feel a little un Misses Charlotte and Bell Bond were mayor; Messrs. Cross, firmer, James Rheumatic Cure.
arture of whole-souled Fannie Rice on John T. Stanley is at the Al Fresco hotel easy. Our confidence In water protec- passengers for Cocoa ou bl6 urday. Andrews, Klopp and Bnell for aldermen; t

February :aoth, when she leaves for. her again. He seems more at home down tion growing/ stronger each year, and Misses Myrtle Burchflel/ and Lily Carter F. M. Tyler, clerk. ; and Dan Carlton and

prang tour. on the Indian River than In New York, those living on tbe ridge having lakes were recent callers on Dr. W Ittfeld. H. A. Davis for m.itshal. A Prompt and Effectual Remedy for all ii
and will spend tbe entire summer here. west of them, surely ought to appreciatetheir \
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberta of Phll- lie now has the largest pineapple plantation -: location.Mr. Artohle Chambers came homo, Saturday On Monday. Jan. 12, 10oi: little Bessie forms of
1''
Julphla_ whose arrival was not antlclpa- tire river, and says be Is not done furs short visit with his parents. Bachus christened A. N. Hoofnagle's
"" until Friday last, gave Mr. and Mrs. etB on knows just bow to /grow them and :Mrs. W. H. Harris gave a reception new launch, Hue, In honor of Mr. Itoof- Rheumatism and Gout. .
nuier an agreeable surprise by reaching certain and his pineapples always Thursday afternoon. In honor of Miss Mary Wlttfeld returnedfrom naglo's devoted wife. Everything went

ere Wednesday. hat's the top,of the market. He Is also Mrs. Harris' sister and brotber-ln-law, Palm Beach last Wednesday, where she i off fine; and, If the old superstitions Kiietiiilljr. Coropounilad' by H. C. Darrow Jk: Son.
N'o bring and grapefruit Mr. and Mrs. Homer M. Eaton of Zanes- bad been visiting her grandmother Mrs., I prove true, success will follow the launch. k
more careful conscientious out a Urge orange
or cap- putting vllle O. who are now their guests, and P. A. Black. : Great credit Is due to both Mr. Hoof
wish had such ,
more
l-ltt sails the southern waters than Capt. here. We we The S C. Darrow &: Son Co. 4 '
/grove I
several weeks here Mrs. and Geo. T. Backus who built
|\01, Jarvis, who has been in Mr. Joseph citizens. They are the kind that ''pro- expect to spend Mr. and Mrs. A. L. liruner and daughter nagle ,
etlcrson's for several seasons, Mr. :Stanley will also greatly enlarge Eaton and mother recently purchased a Beth, went to Rockledge, Tuesday, her. This Is their first attempt, and It
aving charge employ of the Marlon. Captain gress.his packing houses, and will oper- ive-acre building lot here, which Is partly to: meet Mrs. Bruner's mother, Mrs. J' has been such a success, we hope It will ORLANDO, FLA., U. S. A.
In not be their last. Our best wishes to h
trvis leis pineapples. A. (breath, of Tennessee. go
to move crops.
spent Sunday at Uobe :Hound: with ate a gasoline engine Forthe benefit( of aflllcted wttla
succeed. His Mr.; and Mrs. Iloofnagle and their man persons
B. bound to
Jefferson's family Such men are Fred Gould, who has been visiting his "Friday," Mr Backus.PneumonlaandLaGrlppecoughs. Rheumatism In any of Its yarlou.forms. t
The' very latest comer to the Island is charming wife will Join him In the spring. Finds Way to Live Long. friends, Dr. and Mrs. Wlttfeld, for two we confidently olTer tbe ti. C. Darrow ttz. 'I

B. Jefferson' new launch, which has The startling announcement of a Discovery weeks, left here, Friday, for his borne In cured Son Rheumatic Cure as a prompt sad! i' f '


"amscott dory build, twenty-four feet ) the main made by Editor O. II. Downer,, of Chu- fishing very much while here. substitutes. upon at all times. It relieves the digressing ,

ver all, five horse-power and a perfectoat Consists in healthy regular action, rubusco, Ind; "I wish to state, be writes, pain very quickly, reduces! the g 1

; for pleasure and outside fishing. of the body In destroying, deadly diseasegerms. '"that Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- Head.* Should Never Ache. lever, destroys the poison, and ,,110010't't ''
ot little "Snapper" has her nose out and in quickly Bitters regulate stomach umptlon Is the most Infallible remedy A ICare Chance.A atea It from the system, i#'
f Joint now. Electric nnrif th blood and bat I have ever known for coughs, colds Never endure this trouble. Use at once tuning attacks. "
liver and kidneys,appetfte. ,work and grip. It's Invaluable to people with the remedy that stopped It for Mrs. N. fine,complete gentleman's; residence, Cures goutlumbago, stiff, swollen and !
give a splendid troubles Tbey female weak lungs. Having this wonderful A. Webster, of Winnie, Va., she writes large stable and 10 acres of land, close to tender Joints, crick In the ''back, stint:
STOP IT I-A neglected cough or cold wooden In curing kidney medicine no one need dread "Dr. King's New Life Pills wholly cured a growing town. Trains, etc. It couldbe Deck or any other form of Itheumatlsro. ,,1Price
-
UIi.ld to serious bronchial or lung complaints, nerTOUS dI8ea e8J.. corstipatlon or consumption. Its relief Is pneumonia me of slok headaches I bad suffered from used for a boarding house. For particulars 50 cent per box;six boxes j.SOL.: t
malaria. v
'roubles. Don't take chances when dyspepsia and follow/ cure certain." B. R. Wilson& Son guar- for two years." Cure headache, constipation write the owners. Address with :2-cont stamp: The S. C. I
f ys Honey and Tar affords perfect OUR health and strength always B. B. antee every 60o and 91 bottle, and give biliousness.' 25o at B. It. Wilson Address "Box 1(11( ," [arrow A: Bon Rheumatic Cure Tablet
old}64 from serious effects of a cold. their use. Only :SOo.\ guaranteed by trial bottles free. A: Son's drug store. Hendersonvill, N. C. Co., Orlando, i'1EAST : .
B. R. Wilson A Son, Tltusville Wilson A Son, druggists.









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t EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 16 1903.

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i ''II ...ol. The Bern Trout. .y
The ifuiupHt of salt water fish after 1 .

Let Us Thresh the the tttrlpcd bass! Is tbe weakfish, or sea ... .i'

trout. The sport of angling for them '" .. '
Is generally enhanced because feedingas 1 .
T Matter Out
they !generally do near the surface Y + yF i} ..

No Potash-No Fruit it Is possible to fish for them with light I
I 1 tackle. The best! places to find themIn
No Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds the vicinity of New York are Ju- ,. ,

I No Nitrogen-No Leaves umica bay the southwestern shore of R,t .

R Staten Island and the mouth of the j x pfF 0 ,t ,.'
l These three Shrewsbury river. While they have Nylr ,'. .,

I, things must been caught weighing upward of twenty ..
.
be supplied pounds. a six or ten pounder Is a r t. .

to soil. good( size and tbe avel'ugtl111 ouly : .,

r I, your run from one to two and a. half. There r .

t Write to us In never any doubt when a weakfish / -, '. 01'of .
and we will bites. lie does not nibble around the +s 1'/'' \
send hook but takes the bait at one fair ,"1. .,
you and starts off with it likea :..; ',, ', .
tI some books swoop then ,.i.'e er
to makeup. ,1 : ',
giving the limited express with time : :- r

\s gist of the whole matter. lie la a shy fish and the man : .
who uses a small Hue light leaders .' .. ,
GFRHANCAL! WDlix4 and snclls to his hook und keeps quiet '
f VI a..w Ma, x.w Y.rkIr
who Is to
while fishing Is the one apt

have the best luck.-Country Life lu

.t America. .
Ir it
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YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Tri-Wcokly Sailings .

i : When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill

f p Free and Tonic because the formula Is plainly BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

..r I printed on every bottle showing that it is .
Accented Masons.: ilmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
torn. No cure, No pay. iVOcts. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) t

-E The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service I

H Indian No. 90Tltuuvlll Keep Only Good On...

R I .I 'Gi i Standard bred poultry-that Is, the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

t River birds bred to a tiled stanc.lard-wlll Direct Service Between FLORIDA EAST COAST RT

yield better results to the farmer or
and all Eastern Points
Providence
Tndge FlorMa. marketiunu than will n mixed flock of Jacksonville Boston
Hold IU the niwoml and fourth Fr ,
day of ttaub. nuMtinK uinntb, a*i their room, Indian River iondegcrlpts..for the reason that stand- (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways)
Hotel Tit us'111.., at 1:100 o'uluuk |I'. m.t and breds have been carefully selected
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS t will hear next week.
J. L.rarrntherf Wnnhljirnl! .wtsr. and mated for generations and vigor . from Lewis Wharf, Boston New Time Card appear
Southbound.............. .. ...,
t ... .
T. H. ttiti.il r )Han lor Warden.. and health have been as much the Northbound ........ from foot of Catherine Street, JacksoiiTlUa
\\II. W. Carroll Junior Wnnlen..A. .
..M.I".oll. 'frvarmrer.F. aim of the fancier as have plumage ,

..'11'A.. Brown MurKim, Chaplain.tttinratary.ft. and general standard requirements. Clyde St. Johns River Line.
.J. R. Walker "Munlor" I"' ...,..... ---- ,
'P. VT. Kolwrta, Junior Uttnflon.V. (DeBary Line.)
M.Taylor, Him lor 1I..war.l.IF. Keep Turkey Growlnr.The .
111 SANFORD.
A. Junior Htowanl.W. best prices are realized foiThanksgiving BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND
L"HI"r.
-' K.: 'frl: r. turkeys. but the major- Stopping at FaUtka Attor, St. I'raocl8.! Buresfor.l (DeLar.il), and Int..notodlateland- .
+ lags on tbellt.John's River. a
1 / -- Ity of tbe birds are not heavy enough STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." -

i to market at that time. Don't let them 'L ...
FOLLOWS ,,
; EVENING CLOAKS. IS APPOINTED:! : TO SAIL AS
got wet. Feed them regularly three Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville 3:30: p. tu.. .... ... ., 8umlay.TiMMtla and purdays: .) Iry r
1 J).l).h.ml Theater Wrap anti Car. times a day and when they roam the Leave Sanford a iW a.in.. ..... ... .. ... ... .. ..... MutHlu>. V/ttlawiUays and JfnclaeiI..thhonn.l. _. F. ,
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-, .1.... Cloak.. fields give a full fend In the mornIngand SClll [)UL. Nortlibound.Bead up 'l 1'' ,.

1 Evening cloaks are things to dream another nt night. Oats and wheat Leave Revel a clown.JO p. m. .. ....... ... .. .. ....JACK'ONVILL1I!.. .. ........ .. .. .. .. ....Arrive 2.00 a.ai ... ,,- : .
t .. ........ .. ....... ........ ..Leare 8.IH \ .
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are better than corn during tbe growIng !k"41 i... .. ..... .. ....... ... .. fALATKA p.m .
-of. The graceful theater or driving> .. 3.0Ua.m p. .. ... .. .... .. ....... ...... .A roK .... .... .... .... .. .. .. 2.30 p.uo .' of'J .-
rcloak Illustrated 1i Is of pouch colored period. u ..::10..111....,.. ............ Sft. KKAMIS....... .... .. ..... 1.94)! p.rn J .
........ .... ........,.., 12.1X) o'n ., ,, J
u .... .... ... ..... .....BERItSFOIWUzLAND!: ( )
cloth lined throughout with white Arrlvell.30.. m... ........... .. .... ....ttAMIMUJ . ............ .. .. .. ... 11.:11I a..... .1/"
;f '.lllc. The trimming consists of shaded! TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ;..., d1,, .
t',. p .Uk embroidery pitied J with white. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. .' '-' .r ,

f'. .A. delightful wrap la made In soft All druggists refund the money!If It fallsto A.C. HAGKHTY Kaat'n P........ A t.. J'. M.IRON: MONGER"R.,Allllt.Oen.Pass. Agt. *
If'! green crepe de chine as puletot, with cure. E. \V. Grove's signature Is on 19 State at' New York I 204 West Bay: St.,Jaukionvllle, ria. .
i.A THOS. HALEY, Local FreightAgent. : I| O.P. LOVKLL: A.at. Hupt., .
each box. 25cts. root Hogan", 8t,Jnvk*..uvlllM, Fla. | !root Hogan tit., Jackaonvllle,Fla. -
;., JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan Bt.,Jncltsouvllie, Fla.
TIIEO. O. KUKH General Manager.: WM. f CtflK A CO.. In Paris Street
Wom.
i, |Cb It is a feature of Purls to see
I quite C. II. WALTOX. Agent TItusville, Fla.
streams of open carriages private and '.
1 .
. ; i ...I.t hired, taking folks for an after dinner .

drive which are along thronged tbe grand'with promenaders boulevards S ..A.B:: <>..A.HIAIR : > \ ,

I and groups of people sitting outside

''; cafes talking. Now and again u cur- LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
rage! / tell) stop to deposit Its burden in

front of a cufe and return later eitherto
this or another to which its occupants .

brave migrated. SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, SWASUINOTON RICJJMOYD, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

t i. With her husband a Frenchwoman BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,
uiiiy go uuywhcre and It Is. quite customary
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for the very nicest Frenchwomen Two Elegant Trains Daily .
f to take coffee In the open air

: outside a cute and make this a pleasant Seaboard Express, EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 1OO2.
meeting place for friends.-Ex- I
change Seaboard Mail. No. 34 So. 30. n
NORTHEAST Route. Dally. ORlly.NORTHWE8T.. Root. I jhay' ,

t'' / MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Lv. Jacksonville, Southern Ry D-nu-a. T SB p. Lv. "ack ,8"utbttrn Ry.... 7 4iLv. ,
I
'I 1 It Savannah Southern Ry 1 15 p. 12 31) a. Lv.Jemip. Southern Ry.... I I0 e" I
v ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers from Jackaonvllle to X.v. Charlotte, 8outlu,.ii Ry 9 M p. 10 .11I..> Ar. Macon Southern Ry: . I 3001
Ar. Danville, Southern KyRlchi 12 61 a, I 40 p. .Ior..I..vllla. Southern Ry....... .. I t 3MII
Orleans. Ar.Atlanta. Southern It,...... all
Loss of Flesh New Ar. 1lI0IU.I Southern RySiHithern 7 (IIP 643 I I
_---= Ar. Rtickmart !Southern; Ry.,.. .. j u) &51
h( : 1 Ar. LvnCbhllrlr R. 2 4 ; V. .. For information find sleeper! reservations call on any Agent Ar. lie. Southern Ry 4 3lt .. 6 BO p. Ar. Dalton Southern R:y.. .. I, 3111
Ar. Washington. Southern Ry 10&11 a. 9 30 p. Ar. Chattanooga, Southern Ry...... 411
: Seaboard or write Ar. Baltimore, P. It. R.. ... 9 oo a. 11 US-p. Lv. Chattanooga u..m & Crescent.. I 110. mit .
tf! 1 I \ I Iit. When you can't eat breakfast Ar. Phllailelphla P. It. R.. .... II 12 a.l 486.. Ar. Oakdale juraQ A Crescent. It Mli
A. O. MAcDONKLL, A lIt. Gen. I'sss. Agt. Jacksonville Florida. Ar. New York P.K. R.. 2 on 6 :3i> e. Ar.Somerset. quern & Crescent "; 011 V
( \ take Scott's Emulsion. Ar. Buricln tjueen A Crescent. 011 i r
I --. - -' -- -- No.34. New, York and FlorldaExpress. Dally Lexington, Queen Crescent! I : l BI'|':
i'uilmnnieeplng cant. Port Tampa and Jack- Cincinnati, queen de Crescent P JlI
.it.' \:\* ,j. When you can't eat bread Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. souvlUa to N..w'u.k.. Dining van. Lv. Cincinnati big Four Route... rn'I
Ar.Chicago HIli Four Roote.. ... : I
: I ind butter take Scott'sEmulsion. No. 30. Washington Richmond and Florida Cincinnati, renn.Lines ... I .151
i 1i I'niteil State. Fast Mall Route For- Limited,via Richmond. ally.)! Pullman Sleep. Ar.Chicago Penn. Lines.... .... Jlllug =: !!
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Van Jackaonvllle to New York. DlniuirC '
I i :: When you have KIT WEBT,,,CUBA AN1: THE: WEST INDIES VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI. FLA. ..r Lv. Cincinnati "C.H.aD-Monon..I H.&D.-1'looon. i., 'a-'I-
I Ar.Chl.'Jo. [
,I ,. j Proponed ....lIInJtfltn .effect...shown below. Subject to change and postponement without notice.MIAMIKEY :.: .!
: )een living on a milk diet and Lv. CincinnatiAr. C. H.&I).-M IcMCent t OOH 1 r
WEST-HAVANA LISE-Commenclntr January VS.11)08.-LEAVING MIAMI. TO CINCINNATI THROUGH THE LAND OFTHE .Toledo, C. H.*D.-M Ich.Cent B 10'
A CHARMING THEATER! CLOAK.: Miami Ar. ...Saturdays,Tneiday. SKY. Ar. H.&D.llIch.Cent11! '
vant little Bundaii Thurn.layn .. ... 8KI:: m Lv Tmp.in. : Detroit. C. _
: something a more BunclHyn Thiiraility..... ....It>:::MI I' m Ar Key Went LYI/ ::1.1)) e m .... SaturdaysTiiemiuys.Kunduvfi Lv. ... ti :IOP
I" ,t a simulated hood und n i-ollnr of velvet ... .. LexliiKton, "Southern' Ry.: I
.. .. t 311 SatitrlavsTte.days.Manduy.Ftlday.
i TliurMiinyn. llinopm: l.r Key West Ar : am. NORTHBOUND. ROUTE I No. 30. .., I 16F r
I Ar.LoII..llle. Hoathern
Ry.
1 ,J edged with narrow fur n full -.O'jrishing: take Scott'sEmulsion. ..... Tonsm At Havana I.v 4MKIpm jo'rhlar..llloollar.: : .lackmmville-- -, &lothernRy- ...... TM Lv. Luulitvllltt. Southern Ky.... I JWPu.
JI .i sleeve omll pink satin lining veiled with I'OR'r TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINK.-CommencingOct.30,1902.-Leavlnc, !( : PORT TAMPA LY. Savannah, Southern Ry .. .... I 12 30 p a At" St. Louis, mtlern"' Ry. .... .... : 111
iip/ soft chiffon. Bun ,TII..II.,Thur. .. ....II :110 p m Lv Port Tnmpa Ar IJ:311() p m. .. .... 'Vecl.. Fri.,Hun. Columbia, Southern R'y.. .... 7 oo a > ii, "The Florida Limited..'. Dailyi "ft'W'
''I 'j Mon, Wed., Frl. ............ Ii::341 i lpm Ar Key West Lv 1o.Mpin: .. .. Tnes.,Thur., Hut. Ar. Ashevllle, Southern Ry.... .. 1 Ofl p train of veitibule coaches and nllman Il le plnf
it A pink chiffon opera cloak wouldbe To get fat must eat t I Mon W..I'. Fri ....... ... T.Mipm Lv KeyWeat Ar S.IOpm.) ... ... .Tne...,Thur., 8nt.Tuen. Ar. Hot Sprlne., Southern Ry.... ... / 2 31 p cars Jacksonville. to Cincinnati.
hard to bent with its three kilted you ., Tbur*.. S"t .. ....... 8iwan. Ar Havana L
.flouuces lu soft cbltTou each edited fat. Scott's Emulsion is a MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.-CommencingJanuary I. 1113.1I1on.hly.Tb.11.hly..I1 31) Pullman drawln .room leepinir-- can H. ".Cltv CARY Ticket,District Office PaMeniier, tub W. May Street.,
..... Agent
Jackaonvllle
<1Opm l-f Miami Ar 8:OOam Thuraday.Sunday: to Cincinnati
::
t with straight l narrow pink silk fringe; fattener TiiuxUy, Friday ... .. .,. 3wpni Ar Nmmiiil Lv 10nX: >ara..... ..Weilneaday, aatunlay.Cuminenolne Jacksonville fla.C _
.' the exquisite lace collar laid over pink great a great February 2. t\ll>3.

tulle, the bell sleeves all tullo and lace strength .Mon., W..I..l"rl.... ..... .... 3:(0pm l.r Miami Ar 6:3O: m.... ..... ... Weil.. Frl.,Sun. II. AC1CA.IIT, Gen. Mgr. S. II. IIARDWICK, G. r. A.
!a quite Indettcrlbulile. giver. 'rue.,, Taut ,8at...... .. .... 8:108: in Ar Nininuu Lr 3IMlpm.: .. .... ....Tiles., Thur.Sat.
q \; Those who have lost flesh Commencing March sit, 11)03. Washington, D 0'v.

& Man., Wet., Fri. ... .. ... 2:00pm T.r Miami Ar A.1oam:: ... .. Weli..Fri.Sun. ,
\ Ltr l Table corittlon. 'rue.ThurSat..5:30am: Ar Namiau Lr 2uepm..Tuee.Tbur.Sat.: II. TAYLOE. A G P A, Atlanta, Ga.
want to increase all
\\ '. From across the water we have borrowed body Above hone bawd on With Me'ldlan Standard" Time, except that shown for Naiutn.. I local,or
the very welcome Idea of bulltliiiB tissues not only fat. Scott's Nassau. time. for rate and other Information apply to any Railroad Ticket Agent or to =-===
; the centerpiece for n large dinner CHA3. L. !MVF.R3 Manager Jackdonrllle' .

( ; out of fruits Hint would win ribbons Emulsion increases them all -- - -. --- --- .. .--- -

I t and medals and enthusiastic exclamatlous bone flesh 1) on't Take P Ills' constipation temporarily I
blood
I at a sho\V. I It la an art and a giftto and thee
I'' be able to build one of the fruit castles Atlantic Coast Line R'y by agitating
I that nt bU/ dinners measure sometimes nerve. bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver

I ,'. }; four feet from the base to the For invalids, for convalescents execute secretes their enough natural bile to functions.make the dtf Intestines.
,
<*
\ j 1I1'1.'a. JuHt the market fruits lemons for The GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections: : ural agitation,caused by cathartics, H e I
I:' uruiiKes.: 1>1111110011. etc., can be used consumptives, continual a.d Increasing doses to

with J1..ll.tT.'t.luistctmr but have the run rich races and lately fashionable for weak children, for all To the East t Over Its own; thence rails via to Savannah Pennsylvania: Charleston R. R. Richmond and WashIngton attaJn the results. Unnatn +


h lu the rival\ splendor of the gorgeous who need flesh, Scott's To the< West The Louiavllle Xa hvUle, .Montgomery..
I and unseasonable! hothouse product The Mobile| A Ohio K. lt via Montgomery.
heaped on thi-lr tul> '..-Art Inter Emulsion is a rich and comfortable on the
'I change. To the East Via Steamship Via\ Savannah, and Ocean S S Co., for New York r liver cures Chills
I'I I I food, and a natural Philadelphia and Boston. Via! Norfolk steamer to Sew York| ; "
I Ic
I Washington and Il.iltlmore. Via Savannah And Merchants .i e and Fever and every form
t A Clranalnir Cr..m.Cleansing tonic. Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore Philadelphia. Malarial Bilious, Remitting and Inter

i I cream! made after the following Scott's Emulsion To Key Went and HAvana, tU Peninsular: Occidental Steamship! Company. Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
I for bone
4 recipe Is highly recouimeudedor trouble, works permanent cure.
Renerul use In the household. It flesh blood and ::11.ongo T1.oh.o1s.: :: ;
nerve. BOTTLE
FIFTY
will remove from CENTS PER
grease spots coats, Interchangeable: mileage tickets, good over 1H.IXX) ) mile. of among/: the principal .
i-nrpets or any woolen texture, paint railroads In the Southern States are on sale by the principal
_: : We will send agents.
a from furniture nud Ink from point. c: youa B. 1C. WILSON Jt SON.

Till", cream will keep an Induflulte! !.. free sample. Addressee of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup r -- -- ---- --- -
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rind: Cut four ounces of white cuitlle Be sure that this picture, plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.

soup very One and put It on'th fire In th* form vl I.bcl l lion Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to :New York, via Atlantic Coast Line: WHITE'S CREAM j|
In a quart of hot water to dissolve. As th< wrapetrof every tattle also via AtUutte Coast Line and Southern Railway. '
soon .11 It Is thoroughly melted add of Emuuion buy. w OR MS.
you For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc., call on .write to VERSV18FUCE ?
four inart4 of hot and
water when
coM SCOTT & BOWNE. FRANK C. BOYLSTOy, W. D. STARK, ...._ __ _ _ _ _ Mortis, QnanUrr. -. leo'In QiimUtr.
nearly stir In four
ounces of amuioulit. -
two ounces of alcohol twocame4 CHL.MISTS. l3: West Commercial! By St.,Agent.Astor Balldlnir, JACKSONVILLE Tray. Pass FLA.! Agent. For 20 Years Has Lsd a3! V.'rrmKragdics.' : ; ) \ WR

of glycerin and two ounces of 409 Pearl St., N. Y. I n. M. EMEKSON', TrUHo Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent! Ct XA%:II .s'Y A' A x1.:7 43GSxC'x'EI.:: :

ctl.. r. SOc. and $1 f I all drujjlit WILMINGTON N. C. 2erep". _-r..w.w tbT--vim w wwn/WWVeN..WVVNW.IN".....:Y3 .... F. BALLAnD_ I 5t. LouIS.






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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 16 1903. 1TITUSVJLLE.

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II---:: : RIVER: aO'IEJJ: ': : ... '

ON-TIIE-LYLIAN-RIVER. TITUSVILLE, World's Famous Hotel Victory,":


P,t I

FLORIDA. Put-in-Bay Island, Lade Eria, Ohio.. .., "; .

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J. G. BAST, Propnetc ,t"

1g4s4 y a,N ,-0 Tho views show Just a few of the many environments tossed by this,tIe; Greatest and Grandest, ,

i rt DUCK SHOOTING. Nr'r ,. of all Summer Hotola. It is renowned for the social standing of Itlll'atronH. dimensions,,eoellna\ r

of food, service, and the lavish amusement of Its guests. Situated l on a largo Island In lld-lake."I

m I c ? IL II j y'I+ PQi. tx 9 lgym,11d, ,' t and FISHIN*( U i 4[ & ,u a park: of twenty-one acres,of shaded lawn The scenes and environments are enchanting.. ton-. f

Rates: $2 60 per day. duoive of rent and comfort. '

If you send your address we will mall, you our souvenir folder, rats card and testamonlal, book. t {"
$10 and $12 per week 'I
CEO They are VERY ATTRACTIVE and the rates are most reasonable Address, '
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JACKSONVILLE.rINDSOR : '

--- : ':Irv: -_ r2cCREARY:: 0-03=-. Marigr: : I y,

HOTEL, "

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S Toledo, Ohio '
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL. .

t After Juno tat, lOttl: Put-in-Ray, Ohio.


E_ Part of South Front, Hotel Victory, facing Lake Erie-showing
Natatorium la foreground.
Season '
Open Jof I p t

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f 1903


June f 18th. I : t.


Why not spend ;F',


Your Summer .

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Vacation ,I It'

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ODGE & CULLEN, OJVNERS AND PROPRIETORS. "

HotelVictory I


)VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. n t ? \\.t} '
I A usual morning scene at the boat houses. Hotel Victory guests starting *
The Plaza. and Terraced Walk to Lake for a spin on the 11 Ay. II 141 I I "

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Opposite po toffi e. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re ICOCKLEDGE. IAI41III c l. : ,t' :
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novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted..' .. ... S
Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Hotel Palm Beach. ,< '
Rates $2.50 per day and up. ,
'.I 'r
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. lOTIt i' j '
r TIlE NEW MODERATE RATE nOTE!..
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER. i ,I
THE HOME .OF THE ORA GE. Accommodates 600. Located on I'alm, Beach ;1' I J I.

West and Cedar Streets. proper, betweou the Ocean and Lake Worth.
ESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Within a minute's walk. of the,Palm Bench''Rail "It :
FOR 500 GUESTS. "
way Station::! and Royal Polnolaua Gardens, Hates,
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDE. 3.00 per day and upwards. Suite's' with private I 'J '

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water 25 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE nA TIIS. STEAM IIEA T. baths extra Booklet and yeekly rate on appli \\ 1
ELEVATOR: LAUNCHES ORCHESTRA, W cation.. Opens December 2th.() fl' i I '
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
EXCELLENT BOATING, KHIIING AND::" HUNTING. LMT 14L anus. W. II. ORMKS, Manager. 1, I r
street oars pass the door. Rates, *2.00 to $2.30 per day. '
r J, HAMMOUT &: CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARSH, Manager,. H. STANLEY STEVENS::! Owner. t' \
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. '

-- 3 I !3rm a.-r. G:. UU2 t2+ 67 a08a.cI ; FLA. t ,I
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HIBISCUS
THE I'
: UNDERLNEW MANAGEMENT.
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS r
r Plaza Hotel. Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. Excellent 1i', ,". '
Table. Courteous Service. hums Comforts. Rates, IJ.i'O. per day and up
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SPRINGS FLA.St.
MAGNOLIA
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lagnolia Springs Hotel I wards First-Class. Restaurant attached to hotel.A. '
( Johns River.:) I W. FRITSCH, Proprietor.tEach ; WI
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,,1 INDIAN RIVER, .Itoolt-lodSO: F1a. 'it
i8 miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Const Line R'y., and river steam I '
ers Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevator. Eleotrlo Lights ,"THE GREAT ORANGE GROVE /:
Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf. course RESORT bF FLORIDA." : Club Cafe. :j/IJ I
Tennis, Fishing-Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $..no per day, 1 ;
'' O. D. /8KAVEY Owner and Manager.
Special weekly rates. ; A handsome modern hotel located on the hanks Of the famous Indian
Incorporated.)
River, in the midst of an 80-acre bearing; orange grove. Steam heat In ( '
ALTAMONTJB SPRINGS I every room, suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by I Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal l l"olnol&DIPalm Beaob, on the porth. : J 1 Ii I
,, the hotel
Km Cnn Railway depot In
everyone the beet In Rockledge; :

ALT.A: IO TE grounds.Accommodations Oranges free for to 20/the*>. guests. Liberal management and rates. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours; r'':

he Altamonte Hotel ORANGE 'COUNTY, FLORIDA. I 8. H. PECK, Manager.\ i 1
Mich. leading tokuri '
Suiiimar Ronort-The New Arlington llot l I'etimkcy '
Open from November until May. Most beautifully located, complete and of the Great Luke Open JuDe to Uutubor. /Jj First-Class Chef, Cuisine' and Services
attractive hotel In interior Florida. Among/ the pines and orange groves.
Rates very-moderate. Send for booklet. GEO. E. BATES, Prop. ::r---! fW Ir1va"to :D1n.1.n.g: :Jar1.ors ,i..
iromer Resort: "The Grand," Me. Vernon, N. II. --- ----- --------- I'
niiliiirr, nrerrictsIsland. Order received for Dinner Parties of any Dumber at alt hours. ,
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SEA13KEEZE.Phe FAMILY WINTER RESORT.On D1tnn1--5-- '
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THE WIGWAM, Indian River, MNow Fla. ; <
Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, Hullliml, Pool and
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NOW OPEN. Ping: Pong tables. Swimming, pool. Wat h rooms free to guests. 850 f..et of docks. Palm' Cottage.
Colonnades Cabin catboat for cruising. Hunting and l tl.hlnl/l1nellt on the O'uant. Write. and The Pa'-lm HotelFormerly! FLA
SEABREEZE, (Daytona) FLA. our boat will meet you at Cocoa, free Oyster Roasts a specialty.Mr ", :":
E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor. I ,:

--..- ---------- Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements large,airy rooms, newly I '
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SPECIAL RATES UNTIL JANUART 15TH.: ---MKLHOUJCNK JH2ACHMYRTLE furnished, with broad, breezy verandas. Cuisinetbeves, best.. Kates tvl and ,
fel.CO per day. Special per week. GUS. A. HULLER, Proprietor ;:L ;'
FOR RATES, BOOKLETS, ETC.\ ADDRESS: .. COTTAGE R__ __ __ : -" JI 1 ','
MELBOURNE BKACH, FLA. KEY \VE8T. I IS f
CHAS. A. CREIGHTON: Manager.' Private Boarding House at Melbourne Beach. Rates:5.00 to $7.01) per week. ,
GRACE: G. CUM1NOS, Manager. i'The ;
$1.23: per day. .
.VLMER A: SHARES, Proprietors. _.._u__---T -, ...- .. -- -. Jefferson '
JENSEN. KEY WEST, VL.'t I 't


he Clarendon Inn SEABREEZE, FLA. AL FRESCO HOTEL. Center JENSEN of Pineapple, FLA.Belt. JAS. P. VINING,, Manager., ;; ,, I "t

K- UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. "VCst Stopover allowed ou all Havana tickets via P. A O 8.S.;Co. (H

The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. :Near _
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. the Ocean. Fine/ FUblng' and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and Ff.O"jUDA. 't
HOTEL '
Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention ISLAND CITY KEY WEST,
Facing the Sea. ;Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new management : JOUN W.!: I'ARK, Owner and Proprietor. ,

Best Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the season. -- ----- -- W. J. PALMER, MANAGER. 1
Clarendon Inn buses meet all train at Daytona Station. Address the Claren- WEST PALl' IIEAOJI: New. Modern, First-clans.! 'Bus meets all HI earners.. Kates, $;J.re./) i day
and upwards-Commercial Special. I' i'S
POTTER, Prop.
L.
don Inn, Seabreeze,Florida. E. ____ ___.._ _____ __ 5- --5------J 'i
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C. H. KNAPPE, Mg? -
The Palms 'WEST PALM BKACII, FLA PETKKHHUltO. '1'1 i

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S JIOCKLEDOK located, giving the THE TIT?! TVrfYrVT ST. rETEIL URG, FLA. "
A large, home-like hotel, well appointed and beautifully Opened November lOtb.
comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKEWOR'Ill
the Royal rolDclanllIorel.. White waltrnutes. Electric On tbe west shore of Tampa Bay. The roost healthful winter resort city In the
ROCKLEDGE, FLA.RIVER. Good, opposite Flsbln;Hunting and lioatlng. Rates, $2 '2.SO and $3 per tate.) On high ground, pure water perfect drainage; spacious piazzas, room
Bells.
vex Hotel furnished and painted. Rate.:1: p rday;$*I Ooto)f tl&.OO
Rockledge day. Special rates by the week. THE PALMS, West Palm Beach. arge and newly papered I
INDIAy pe r week. W. II. TIPPET, Iroprleto ,t

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Steam Unexcelled Situated Heat la;hunting and midst many of and full suites fishing.bearing with Private orange Casino Bath.,,grove: Billiards, Two overlooking and dally Bowling.concert Indian!by Livery.River.until first- The Leamington; WET FLORIDA.W. PALM BEACH. .Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the, 1 ,}: ,,i'' ,


elass orchestra. Rates, $3.00 per day and upward... Special weekly. rates C. 3ERNST, Manager '
January. 20th. SHARES Proprietor. On Lake Worth opposite\ Postofflce and business house Large veranda News of f the East .Coast every week. fi fiS ;

H.R. Strictly first-class. Rate. $2 per day. Special by the week.
'I1Il\1er Hotel New Weir, Lake WInnlpesaukee, N. H. ,J SN




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( u EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 16. 1903.



1,,I w 8 '' AMERICAN AUDIENCES.- & Graham C Co.Inoorporated.
l A LETTER FROM CUBA. Robbins THE JEWELRY STORE!

To Hotel Proprietors, Mon and Women.01 Their Bfl... ( .) .,
Merchants, .bUe "apptlc.
4 To Commission East Coast Adoorate: Vpoa
Editor CAPITAL $25,000.00. ,
slrnllldy UP
audiences are PAID
... will be American
readers
and others. I II No doubt the ADVOCATE dla.
To Storekeepers and strangely I owns
Wednes alike in some thing This company
that all day,
t I II Interested to learn -
t want to get good result the whole of our housahold similar lu otUors. A /good commit .
If you Deo. aith, :c s.
day
; In the ar. L ,
lunch pains .
I advertise In the was In a flutter and flurry, prepar will take as
feast to be served just of Its audience as ofepeukers. Its On the Bt.
for the grand fangvuii'nt Rivet Country;
I ing In the Indian JEWELRY'STORE
this Is the only sup seated without MANDAVILLE'S
midnight. As An audience
I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, after per eaten during; the year, It has to boa crowding Is seldom enlhu I1l8t1e. Neither -i Lucle River; at New River and on Day .

River FLORIDA. particularly grand affair and extensive necessarlly 1s an uutllvnce whom hands i ore Biacayne. Prices to suit the times. Is the place to buy your Watches and Jewelry.
""I'ITU8VILJ.E.1n111 0 were very
the preparations an
umbrellas,
bundles or
fat occupied with Land List.
big for
likewise a Send
,\TE circulate extensively A pig was dressed- to be audience largely composed of_ wowen on bm\pd, and" everything
tent to the bakery Fin assortment always
-
I throughout the orange,Floridagoingto lemon pineapple gobbler-and baked. or on audience lu a cold room. Teasiest Offices at TItusvilla and Miami A, fine. '. j

y and flub sections of for the consomme audiences' to address, the most
between Jaok i>nvilo) Chickens were prepared Dr t-clat'la' and up-to-date.
every poatolllco aelntoevery State salads were made; "frljoles" I responsive and InnnlrlnK.. ore Ulolle Guaranteed, to be strictly '
and VVe"t, an well ; for Meat Mark
Key cooked Coast 'I
"Pink rice crowded and packed East
r It I h. known as the and the ever-present comlHlIt.d of men
Union. orders. Satisfaction
the
In Cuban malt
4 Florida." those unfamiliar with that great toKcthcr and warm. Special attention given to
41 J>v>er of East coast of Florida haw some oft dioli-frljoles. I will say that they are Women naturally do not applaud orcboE"r. G. F. DUREN Agent. f '
The
United State., dark brown beans, boiled until very ten. self hr! Solicited.
In the Instinct more Correspondence
the finest hotels then corked They ere by Guaranteed..
r-4 and nearly every hotel Is overflowing der-highlyaeaaoned-and thick and the dessert restrained In the public expressiontheir o( x SsiiSs sr:
NOW Is -
f winter. until the liquor
the .
i.. with tourists during ADVERTISE. that required the emotions than men. Every pubspmiker p...;.>.>. -
b TO prepared-a process tJoc ::
18 YOUR TIME ad. nod you services of four young ladies and a groat U complimented by their pnence. cr.t; 5>>
Jive the ADVOCATE your kind ofF This particular dessert Is knowing that their quiet word at :>
It. Our office Is a deal of time. P2e.
31' "will not of regret Information. For rates, etc., known as "Queso Huso"-literally "Rus home Is oftentimes more effectiveresults 111 ty !
Bureau and is most delicious. Its enthusiast(' Jeweler and Optician.
F ? Address, use cheese, than the most .. G. L. MANDAYILLE
gelatine .
and
f THK ADVOCATE, made from eggs/:/ sugar shouting on the street corners' by tbe ,
Advertising Manager, aud little cakes, something .
itrawberrles, bow S ==e1e
t44 Tltusvllle\ Kla. ike those called )lady's lingers. Before other sex.' In a public meeting trom TITUSTILLE a. .. FLORIDA.
its
p4 serving It Is placed on Ice. ever, the audience gets cue _. -cr.t;

The preparation of the various edible those nearest the speaker. I rememb

: J9t lasted until dark, when everyone pai well two audiences both from the; '
> =

;,, # tables took of were a light]I laid lunch for the; after feast.which Two the tables same social theaters,clans' ,and both both crowded largely both at. riTUSVILLK, FLORID.f E. :r..... :ee.: :C &;, :eeo.,
In large
yS. JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS were set-one with ten covers-fo One Happened to 1 1In be _DEALERS IN-
women.
ended
by
41 West' :Bay Street the the children father and; the mother other,with their twelve/guests: eo\aDd- : Colorado, one In MSlIl'llIchu8' <'ttS. 1 In GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT

}' ''t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ers, for the young ladles and their guests one meeting' the orchestra; was rserved We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES ]
f" tables pretty, with thel for women. In the other met line of goods and solicit the trade of all const
stock in this section of county, The were very IVe' deal exclusively In the above
: Largest bright glass 'and silver, and the pretty; Ing the men had the orchestra and tbe for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
Established In 18(58.( and all rs. Write us TITUSVILLE
FLA.
i china. women had the lower gallery E. L. BRADY A: BRO. .
s 1'F Send for descriptive catalogue. At about ten o'clock the guests arrived the boxes. In both cases' the audlenci

I and everyone was made merry until 12- were entirely friendly to the speaker

M1 ll mldnighi,-when the crowd started for The second' meeting was marked by CARROLL

MITHH ANHEUSER BUSCH... church to "tell" their bead cull "Hliisa at a mid de- wild enthusiasm the first! one by ra-< halm W. ,
which
they
bIght mass, second COF'
4 attention. In the Dealer'.In-
of the cock. ipecrful'
ga.lo: the mans
Brewing Asso's When we got to the church we fount the mass of men in the orchestra urged FRUIT AND VEGETABLECrockery

f? It was closed, but weie told there wai >n the speakers by continued applnusiIn '. iROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED,

1Iot- the Hospital. Ho we tramped first case the men In the gallci Your Solicited.
: ii Famous Bt.Louis Keg and mass at the -.z. Glass and Tinware. Patronage
1 about a mile to the Hospital, only to bi lee who started to applaud 'Werc ) FLORIDA;
tloil llnor. ef -- XITUSV1LLE ,
told the mass was a private one, but we checked because between them and

Bold by Mcmra.r.A.Loslej anll would find services at the College./ Sc the speakers was a mass Qf nVmolutel

R.L.. Motlow: ,Tltutvllle,Fla. to the College; we went, and were Informed '- silent femininity in the orcfiestrn. do FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
.I;' ;: that the mass at that institution waipiivate. INDIAN RIVER ICE .
By Mr. R.L.Motlow,Cuoon,Fla. Wo then got; disgusted-as the not say that one meeting was loss elective UYonr f House Goes up in Smoke

I pink paper readers would hnve done than the other, but the dlffei FLA.

JOSEPH ZAPF and came back home a tired and hungry nce In the strain on the speaker was and you loose everythingit to furnish Ice in any quantity-.!Sacked or loose. Spsclal attend..

crowd. nnrkeiL-From "The Spellbinder by is your own fault. b prepared sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing I is my motto.T. .

Sole Agent. At one o'clock a. m. we sat down to the Colonel Curtis Guild, Jr.. in Scrll FJ.ro Xn.au.ran.OO.sufficient : : paid T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
,
abundant one It was,, '
and
spread a very
icr's. to cover the value of the property ] -
threeo'clock
of nine courses. By
q 610 to 620 West Bay Street consisting and and household effect should be ca -
1 all the guests had departed bed; led. Rat ea are not high. The oompnnletl TXT'C'S"VJLLE: : ] LIZTs.RY: :: : ST.AEJL:
avery
tumbled Into -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. we, who were left, BIG LAND PURCHASE.The are solvent, reliable and 111>-
aa. tired and sleepy Jot.Guanabaco. we represent .
adjusted.
ral. Claims are promptly
., Cuba. deal that has out policy. f SADDLE HORSES,
: biggest real estate Don't neglect to take a AND SALE
.
L. MOTLO"'w' "'FEED
:n..
been made In Jacksonville In many year
3RANNINO
i 1 1m EAST COAST APPOINTMENTS. wall consumated a few days ago by the SCHUYLER A: FLORIDA, ...STABLES... "i BUGGIES,
f C. Buck 'ITUSVILLE: -
I well known real estate agent,
i'
I The Methodist Conference which baa man, who sold to the Consolidated Nava Correspondence Invited.A BAGGAGE = SURREYS,,

been In session at Quincy has made 'he bores Company, with headquarters tn
for the East ftoksonvllle the entire holding in Florid and TURNOUTS !
TRANSFER
appointments For Sale.
following Fine Place
I f
Company
m of F the Florida Land and Lumber 'r
? Coast: of choice ..all kinds..
C. A. Fulwood, presiding elder of the consisting of 223,000 acres .II A U L IN G. ETC.
Jacksonville district, which Include. the virgin timber and turpentine lands, 202, 200 feet on Indian River, and running

Kant Const n,. far south as Miami; Jacksonville rKKI acres of which are In a sold body In hack 300ft. to county road ; a lot adjoin J. M. OSBAN & BRO
;, MoTyelre Memorial church W. oluHln county. 'Tl.Is tract alone cover, hIll 138ft., river front running bad TITUSVILLEBack of Grand View hotel.- FLORID,

I 61. Poago; Riverside, J. E. Wilson;Ht. an I area of about forty miles In extent, 140ft) ; on a bluff 20ft. above tho river,
; k MaMhews.and mission, E. A. Harrison; inning from New Hmyrmi across theoounty which Is salt water" and three mile .
Panama mission, J. It. McDowell; Fernandlna to the St. Johns river It wu wide at thin pUce. '

1.1., ,, '",. E. F. Ley:; Kings/: 1<'erry'cll'cult.J. kno"n as the Chapman land and wni House of nix rooms, has been kep Summer
x I ', I A. Morrow; Callahao. W. A. Weir; anted by the State to the railroad runnlnjl tinted and In if'od repair; 25ft.from:! Seeds For Crops.
Urnen t '"ve Springs and Mlddleburg II. from Orange City to New Mmvinahloh river bank commanding a bountiful view

: f J. ilnefllugei/; ; i'alatka! N II. Williams; nil 1 load U now owned and operated of t Indian River; stall lead down tothe -- *
FruttlanJand Vomits II. 8 Miller; Day. by the Florida Kant Count R'y. Co. river and it dock built out Into the< IIT Teosinte, GI

:<>na, W A. Myern; New Smyrna K. W. The purchase of this property by the ater to accommodate small bouts. Aroverfailing Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans Peanuts, Chufas
Lush; Sanford, E. J. Gates; Tltunvllle nsolidated gives; them one of the tinea' well with pump near kitcbi Beggerweedclean.
Fine Liquors Wines Beers and Cocoa, W. :F. Shoemaker; Fort Pierce bodies of land in the Stare. door and a never-falling spring ofclo.n : >>

Ales Stout Etc.Jtyyond and Stuart. T. W. Tomklea; Sebastian cool l, pure water a short dlatanc CC3T: F :E.A.S:

I : S me orders! nlsslon, T. M. White; DeLand mission, APPROACHING MARRIAGE.The from house. Home lot and poultry yards Whlppx, Clays, Wonderful, Black Unknown, Ladyflngers.
ft(t your I. E. Mlokler; Miami mission, ]F. Pasco; fencod with poultry netting. Ont house Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 800 per qt., Postpaid; $1peck
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. J. M. Tomllnson and Belgian hares 12x22 feet,
: 3I oayne Bay mission, ; lor poultry $4 25 bushel.
11. ;, West Palm Beach mission, C. F. Black. following Invitation has been re and a smaller fancy poultry house. Poultry; Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.L. .
UI burn; Key Largo J. R. Walker: Student celved at the ADVOCATE office: 74 orange: trees just coming Into bear-
f Hodgson Bros I\,. L.Lowe; Key West, First Church, II. Ing,2 grapefruit: trees 2 peach trees, i iuppernoog a CAMERON.. The Seed Store,
Advocate .
; Kditor E utCoa t : FLA.Taberfs
West Manorial vines-all bearing JACKSONVILLE,
-
U' A. IIodpes: and E Diaz; Key grape 114 East Bay Street -
j. Deere; Key West,Spark's chap)1 "Mr. and.Mrs. George Henry Curry reoquest veral kumquals and guava bushes,,,
; EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. S. Scott!: ;Cuba mission, II. W. Baker the honor of your presence at the s1Jade trees and tropical trees and shrubt
Harry W. Penney 'V.G. Fletcher Mrrlage' of their daughter Louise to I near the house.
,I I Matins Railway. Rev. A. M. Dalger, of the Tltusville- Mr. Dexter Parkham Dorgan, on the I Ievenlog '. A good county road along near rivet Trees
Cocoa mission, has been transferred to, of Wednesday the eleventh of bank, from Tltusvllle, the county seat,.
1'1 General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. fleddlck mission; T. W. Moore, of Port' February at six o'clock at Saint Paul's. eleven miles north to Rockled/e./ a beautiful -

''I I: : .Special Facilities.. [Meroe and Stuart mission, transferred to Uoopol church Key West Florida." winter resort, nine miles south, with Have an enviable reputation for being well grown thilfty and true to satlefMistorners nam -j
formerly of Titus- little business town, andCity considerations to the planter., Among our thousands of
Jltrn; G. J. Kennelly The AoVooATK extends hearty con- Coooa, a nice very Important
.:1 l &: For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing rule\ now has charge of the Fort White /atulatlona: .and best wishes to the young Point between. Railroad station \ Is the United States Government for whom we are growing exteniH: specuj

1 Yachts and Launches. and High :Springs:! churches cuuple In advance. mile west. Postofflce and school near hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years }WIlland
,I Five acre of very fine fruit land near Orchard and Nursery experience !is at your service. Fruit trees'Shade trees,
Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. Eitlon (from which a little was given: for Ornamentals' Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.
I'' FLORIDA EXTRACT COMPANYINCORPORATED. For' Sale, a House Boat. ctlon houses) containing: a beautiful PROPRIETOR
orchid of 100 trtes, mostly GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES G. L. TAMER

f Hoime-Boat for sale, 32Jft. long oneyear youn"10 bearing peach, bore a fine crop this year;; Glen Saint Mary .. Florid:

::1 \ Virginia Homes Letters pattent were grunted at Tallahassee old, with everything complete bed. fruit good size and exceedingly rich al.waYI =--
last Saturday Incorporating the dln dishes and sails, for 10000. Buatnow tlavur. A little house near station

: Florida Extract Company, with principal at Knox: &: rod's warehouse. near rents for $1 this or $1.1 soil>0 per particularly month. FRUIT' and VEGETABLE .GROWERSShip

I' offices at Tltusville, Fla. The capital Brulow. Fla. Address, EJlperts pronounce
)ht r l You learn all about Virginia Lands stock Is 'MOt>OO, and the company will R. B. ALLEN, adapted to grape culture."BOX Price 10 ", by ad-

Its resources, products mode of oul- manufacture, buy selldeal In, all natural It St. Augustine Fla. essing. IIardoevtlle, ,Fla. us your Fruit and Vegetables Highest Prices Paid. Quotations sent
tivatloo etc by reading the commercial aud manufactured products -
I", i prices Oar Stencil free to all who write for It.
"
weekly.
and
!' Virginia Farmer. Send loots dealing In woods, plants, roots Sealed Bids Wanted
h !1' for 3 months subscription to the fibres and all products that can be made We handle Fresh Fish and Game on Commission. We are the largest dealenIn

Farmer Co., Emporia Ye.p from them by extracting and manufacturing ANEW INVENTION. the South.
; : all products extracts, substance., Sealed bids will, be received by the un GA
{ things and material that may be produced signed until noon, Monday, Feb. 2nd. SOUTH GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. VALDOSTA,
p i" Notice to Creditors.iTOALLCREnn'ORSLEOATEEaDiSTRlll. therefrom. To buy and sell real estate 1\103\ for the following work. [I ro ervethe -

j,' and personal property. To conduct right to reject any and all bids]: all Over the ,
fr J, business in any of the 8tatel.Territories, To extend: the County Road from its Recently Patented World..

i ':'i colonies or dependencies of the United minus at the north line of Dummitt SSSSSSMMSSSSSSISS* E. C. JOHNSON .
;1 munUi airolnat. the Eatkte at ThoraM. E.V States, In the District of Columbia, and Rro.e, through this grove, and to a dlatanne -

V I: I Rlnharu are. tloveiwetl.You hereby notlnad present your claim. any and all foreign countries. The In- of one and one-half miles south of T-he' Walton
to the nnderiilKneU within two ycara from thetll corporators are: William M. Brown, C. It. Right of way to be cutout and all eSellLocking
r xplratlim of this advertlminent.! ulherwlM the A. Wlllahan, Allan N. Medd W.S. Rrannlng tructlons removed from same. Roadbe Groceries and Fresh Meats
....... will be pleaded' In liar thvreof.RKUKCVA '
p J. RICHARPS of Tltusvllle. to 12 feet wide. Wire fence to be fur- .
tll
,7 I I' I Executrix. of the Laiit will of Ished and erected on each side of road, Tackle .... .
I, Thouraa E.JUoha..deceaeed I.. for about :of a mile.' Four wires- Block. of all kinds.
Dee. L .
J Ed.o.Fla.. a1lO' ewt
". CHURCH NOTICES. strong plain wire. Posts to be heart

lightwood set 10 feet apart. Made in various shapes and sizes, of
t i Land For Sale. JOHN R. WALKER, Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
: I IRON and BROXZE.: WIH,
I The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday 4t County Commissioner Dlst. No. 1. WOOD
o I It school will meet at 3:30: every Sunday work equally well with. rope chain or Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
17J 6 acre Brat-clan pineapple land, afternoon.
:", desirable frunt on St. Lode river at a Good wire. rope. OOOCXA... FL.A.
write. Archdeacon B. F. Drown will hold A Investment.
bargain. For reasonable terms Will work at any height, upside down
\It t 'v. W. Leer, services, next Sunday Jan. 18th at St.
and will
at
Tlbbals, Fla.Draying Johns church, Eau Gallle, at 10tO: a. m., The Walton Self-Locking Block Co., horizontally or any angle, IF YOU WANT A.
I and 7:30: p. m., with holy communion at Boston, just capitalized for $.100.000.00.haa stop and lock a any point. ..
the morning service. a few more shares for sale Invaluable for every kind of business

F. of has $2.5 the share. Patents on this bloc are where a block Is needed frequently saving -
Rev. W. Shoemaker Waldo
11, secured all over the world and at
pro.sent
tl been appointed to the pastorate of the sold onilo the New the labor of one man or more. .Building Lot
they are being
Draylng or hauling! of ;.il inds promptly Tltusvllle-Coooa-Mlms Methodist churches ,
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove England states, but will soon branch out Nothing like it for hanging or stretch- ..
for 1903,and will probably arrive next: .
Into other states. The profits will be
wood supplied log wires.
week. Rev. A. M. Datger. the former
so Is time to Invest before lot with. BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
ALFRED dADLCT Tltunl11e.i will large now your or a a ,
next at
preach on Sunday
t' pastor all the shares are sold. Address all communications to the
r, Mime at 11 .. m.,and at the Methodist LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, goes church to,Reddlck Tltiisvllle near at 7()p.cal.hIs m. Mr.year.Dalger ADVOCATE A sample office block, Tltusvllle may be Fla.seen at the Walton Self-Locklug Block Co. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GAM'

Full particulars of the
Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'drcsnes AMERICAN! PBOUOTIJKJ! A: TRUSTieS Co., (Incorporated) We probably have for sale just what. you are seeking.

,: a specialty Address, To Musicians. 21, Doane street, Boston, Mass Office and Wareroom, 4O4 Atlantic Are. Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If yet

II SU'PJRluse: Near Rowe's Wharf Elevated Station. ...* .
t ( looking this way, drop a line to
Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, A baritone born for silo, nearly new;: OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF 1V ALtoo's -
1'. O. Box: 253. Sanford Fla. cost $25.00; ..llIlen for 1-J.OO.: Can be Rapid Calking Tools now In use BOSTON, MASS. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, 3rd Vlce.Pre.lden'-

kr a seen It the tore of owners In the United .
t tJT- Reading notice ads. on this page J. R. WALK IB Jk Co., Price $4.00 and $1.O) each, at the ADo Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADVOCATK LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

are die cents per line p.r week Tltusvllle Fla. YOCATB: office, Tltusville, Fla. : office, TUnsvllIe. ST. ATJGrTJSTINE Fr
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