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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 30, 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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OCAL NEWS -Mr. Fred 1 A. Morgan; : who went to' SAM PERKINS, Sanford, ls Dyeing. A NOBBY LINE OF GKNTLEMKXS Eighty degrees In the shade mad It AMONG THE HOTELS.
Jacksonville last week to become a hats just received. J. R. Walker& Co. feel rather warm yesterday. -
"Shrlner -Attorney John L. Day, of Chicago,
returned home badly used .
Topics of General Interest. Is down Mr. W E. Gerow the CKEX GRASS GRASS l<'UI Visitors Jacksonville advised to ;
uro. Ho said he had his money's worthof at his winter home at Micco.WE representing CARPET, to nre "
sport before he I got through; with the ARE AGENTS FOR NUNNALLY'SFine Standard Oil Co., was a recent caller at nltnre and Rugs Walker & Co. stop at those hotels whose ads are on ;

THE ADVOCATE, degree. As for Mr. M. S. !lams this office. our 7th page.Tourists 1..r'
Mr. Candies. B. R. Wilson & Son. NUNNALLY'S CANDIES are shippedby '

|1.50 per annum, In advance. Morgan said he stood the ordeal nobly.Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins will J. KISS A SONS' IMPROVED PRAC- express every week, always fresh. I are pouring Into Palm Beach ,

fcl.OO<: six months, .. Frank Darling, who has been give: an oyster roast this (Friday) even- tlcal orange clippers. oOcts at James B. U. Wilson Son, Titusville.Mr. by the hundreds, and all the hotels are '

S2.00: per an. to foreign countries. enjoying a few weeks' rest at the Som- ing. Pritchard &: Sou's. \V. R. Ilardee, a well-known doing good business.

lion, you subscribe for the ADVO- bier cottage, Titusvllle, left for his home -A force of men has been busily en- -Pineapple otTer to men with small pineapple grower of Jensen, arrived at The number of visitors at the Colonial

r, by the year, It does not cost you at West Palm Bench on Monday. Mrs. gaged this week, cleaning the rubbish capital. Look sha'ply for W. W. Luce's the Indian River hotel, yesterday. hotel, Nassau, managed by Mr. II. E. .

cents per week, postage Included. Darling manages one of the best boardIng from our streets. ad. on page 8. THE HOME should have a Sowing Ma- Bemls, greatly exceeds that of any previous
homes In the latter town. It is called of corresponding: date
-Mr. R. E. Mims Superintendent of chine In it. We have them for cash or year
,
the Mlneiet DON'T FORGET: headquarters
notice ads. are ten cents Cottage and I Is we are
Reading very pop-
this page. ular with the travelling\ public, and the for furniture. We meet all compelt Public Instruction, has been In town a easy payments. John R, ,Walker A Co. Mr. Lou Cohn, formerly chief clerk
Sine on day or so this week. with Manager Chas A, Merrltt, at Hotel
cuisine is strictly up to date. Ion. J. R. Walker & Co., Titusville. !
5H OYSTERS EVERY; DAY AT Sebastian Rathbun, Jaoksonvllle, has gone to Madison -
F. Duren's.Mr -Mr. Oeo. D. Howland 1, chief of the -Mr. C. J. Denham, of Augusta Ga., FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES AND l .'11'., to take charge; of the Merchants
Vegetables, at the lowest prices, try daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. 1. Hall, '
famous Hotel Ormond livery stables, is now holding the position of chief clerkat hotel. Much SUCCORS to him. 11
Letford representing W. E. Goldsmith Titusvllle. who Is sick.
Oeo. A. came to town Monday, to see that fine Kline's store at this place. quite
klen & Co., Chicago, was among the 'pair of horses advertised for sale In the GO -Mayor G. A. Front, wife nnd son, are FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDSfor Tho Colonnades, Hoabreezo managedby
TO E. A. WADDELL MIAMI
'sant callers at this office on Monday.DIES Mr. C, A. G'rolghton; presents a very
ADVOCATK. Unfortunately for Mr. How- still\ DtinU where they sale : Waddell Miami Fla.
Fla., If you want to buy choice bits of at are enjoying a by E. A. attractive with beautiful t
ATTENTION SEe the newie land, the horses advertised are for sale real estate. Manager of Cullor estate.- visit with Mr. A. C. Fiost. Call or write 1'rlrestosuitallparties. doooriitlons RppCl\1'lInCtl by potted plants, palms and a '
down-to-date silks received toy by a gentleman in Jacksonville who is Improved! and unimproved lands. *
of ,
WADDELL MIAMI IS THE about the office and dining
E. A. terns parlor
,
-Mr. James E. Andrews of Fort
willing to sell them that he ,
J, R Walker. & Co., Titusvllle.Mr buy an automobile chimp Seveial, so have culled can Pierce, was a guest; of the Sembler Cottage man you want Ho has real estato of -Mr. W. If. Lucy, of Richmond, Va., room. The season hero Is evidently I, I

and Mrs %V. Hollowell, of I'hll- lucre to see the horses, instead of writing Titusvllle, last Sunday en route all kinds for sale. Call oil him. represenitng the Singer Sewing Machine lug to surpass any previous one, by the
in Titusville a shoat time home. Company, Is staying at the !Sembler ('othuge'l'Itusvillo many Inquiries and number of guestsnow
iphin, were to' X. Y. Z need
care of the ADVOCATE, -Does your roof painting/ ? If I
for Rock- this week, while enjoying arilvlng dally. The now bridge, directly
left here ; ,
They
'u08<1ay and It does the ad. of the Hubber Paint
naturally they were disappointed. reau .
WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE. WK Colonnades furnishes
Palm Beach and Miami. Mr. the linn fishing afforded at this place In front of tho -
(0 lowell, owns the largest retail fruit rarTO CLOTHING AND DRY ..n need It. Dry Goods, Gent's furnish Co., on our 4th page It stops all small' the greatest sport for guests, as the
Frederick Thorn
leaks In tin roof. Messrs. E. F, Cooley '
a
In the United States. GOODS MERCHANTS -For log Shoes, Millinery, Fuiuituio, etc. I llshlng Is said to be hotter there than
ro Rent, a Fine, Corner Brick J. R. Walker & Co., Titusvllle.Mrs. FOR SALE, one two h. p. Gas Engine an and others, of Lansing, Mich., sail any other place on the Halifax. ,
ed the first of the week in their auxiliary -
J Among the guests: of the Indian Riv- !Store in Tlrusville. the & Power Co motor In good ,
county ; complete;
Mrs. -! Ponney wife of County JudgeA. launch Keeweenaw for points down Tho Clarendon Inn, Seabtecxo. under
hotel, Titusville. Tuesday, were town of Brevard, on Indian I). Is still her mother order; $85.00: ) Land's Boat Yard,
113 Roe and Miss Roe, of Knutsford, Penney, visiting the river. They will probably go as far the nmnagementof Mr. C. It. KnnppellsI'apltlly
River. :Suitable> for clothing Jacksonville FIR
: ;, Mrs. W. N. at Fort Pieice the of a '
Lland. They were 'on their way to Ilendry, as Palm Beach and Miami. assuming: appearance
understand they will gents furnishings, dry goods, where she will remain some time. -Mr, and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, who well-lllled house with a lot of contented, J
isen where we etc. nitre chance for a good, -MKS| Jeannette Wilson will leave on
luteiested In the growing of the Order of went to Eden a week or two ago, have happy guests. What wonders] have been
fume No. 11
up-to-date business man on Friendship Chapter Friday for St. Augustine, where she will here thin I Old
old Inva
returned to their tho Plaza accomplished season
ious pineapple. the East Coast. Immediate Eastern Star, will hold a meeting In the enter the convent in that city Miss overwhelmed with
Full Chapter room at the Indian River hotel hotel, Rockledge, for the wiqter. Jeannette la favoilte with the guests returning are
Senator W LaRoche and Dr. D. J.feol possession: particulars a ginat generally while newcomers
of New York, two of the guests of Oeo. M. Roboins,Titusville, Titusvllle, Tuesday next, at 7:ao p. m. -Mr. E. L. Wiley and friend, of Chattanooga young people In Titusvllle, and will be Improvement are equally charmed with, their surround- I'

1 board the house-boat, Rose Marie, Fla. -n -Mr. and'Mrs. P. Nelson and family, who have been spend:ng several missed by all. ings. The sun parlor has been fitted up

I ommand of Captain John M. Larlin, -Messrs. J. Walter Phares and F. P. and Miss Larsen, of South Titusville; weeks at the Dumniitt orange left grove for, -Mr. It. P. Paddlson, |Ir., of Fort ns an Oriental room, with antiques and

he in Titusville, Tuesday, greeting Holtz, two jovial residents of Trenton, Mr. and Mi's. M. II. Nagl and son,of Jer shipping oranges, hunting, etc, Pierce, came up to town on Friday last: relics which Mrs. Potter and Mn. Buel

lir old friends. They had been duck N. J., who are on a pleasure trip down sey City, N. J, ; and Mr. J. Sondergaard: home on Wednesday. for'the purpose of taking his third degree have collected from their travel. abroad, ')

fiotlng on Indian and Banana rivers. the East Coast as far as Palm Beach, of Perth Atnboy N. J., visited Ilook- -Rev, W. F. Shoemaker, the new rntn- / in Masonry. While the !goat was and while In Japan.

The many friends of Mrs. Lena C. Miami and Key Went, were pleasant ledge on 'Vednell<1ay. Ictei In the Titusvllle Methodist church, just a little refractory, Mr. l'a callers at this office on Wednesday It preached his first sermon last Sunday. he threw him very few Union, as ho Is a
uyler, in this section, will regret torn -Rev. W. N. Chaudoln and wife returned county town of Brevard) Is the picturesque
7": degrees In the shade when they lIe Is an earnest worker, and will be good horso-bnck rider. "
she has been seriously In Brooklyn, was home, Monday, from Lake City, ap- village of Ilockledgo.: The natural
I Y., during the past eight months.or arrived here, and it caused them to be where they had been attending the Baptist preciated by his congregation. -Miss Mattleantl Miss Maude Brown, wild and tropical growth; the beautiful 1

{ report, however states Mrs. Schuyas continually wiping the perspiration off Convention. Mr. Chaudoin said it -Mr. Henry M. Flagler's private and two charming:young ladles of New York, drive and neatly-kept paths make It a I
| being much better Mrs. :Schuyler their faces. From a snowstoim' -which was the biggest convention ke had at- confidential secretary, Mr. J. C. Salter, who were visiting several places of Interest favorite tourist resort. The beautiful 1
llie mother of Mr. Geo. de G. Schuyler they left in Philadelphia: 7.1: in the tended a long while. Is. again at Palm Bench for the winter. along the East Coast. gave the ADVOCATE orange the pal mottoes, oaks and

I Canaveral shade bores, was and rather Holtz.Refojrrlng .too much for Messrs. -Mr. and Mrs. M.II. Nagle and son, of He has a host of friends along the East ofIIco a pleasant o"lIl"sf Friday. hickories hailing eithersl.loof the road, ll lland

-hlr. Wm. M. Brown, president of I Jersey City, N. J" are on a visit to Capt.P. Coast who always give; bite a hearty From TltusvlllA they went to the urea the lovely Indian River iplashlng againstthe M
Bank of Bav Biscayne Miami, has to one of our subscribers, Nelson, at his beautiful home In :South greeting OIK, I'alm Beach, to spend a month or so. rocks at Its side, with the colors of

t>n enjoying ((1') the cold weather In who l is now at Miami, the Taller Hays: : Titusville, where they will remain a -Mr. S.1' J. Norton and family have -Mr, E, M. llolmtn, of Worcester the sky reflected In the clear, calm water

too, Unittorii and New York for a "Mr. W. II. Gregg: br., tiavcls back In couple of weeks or HO. Theyal'e, natur. moved from the Decker cottage, south of Mass., has: taken nut a llncensu to kill and the balmy air, make it a peaceful
*necks. The balmy breezes of Indian his yacht, The Orion, has had time to ally quite charmed with C'upt. Nelson's and hoslty resting-place. The season
the Indian: Klver hotel, to the Oaulden quail and deer, and I he now spends a good
her and Bay Biscayne, however, suit make a cruise Key West and who some place, as it Is one of the most picturesque house on Washington avenue. Engineer (lenl of his time In the woods, tin fu, he at Itockludge has opened, and the
In much better. Mr. Blown Is expectin years ago deserted his :St. Louis businessto In this section of Floiida. Riley will accupy the cottage vacated by has brought In quite a few quail, and three fine, np-t- botel4-'J'he! Indian
delve In piscatorial lore and In his River the 1'117.1anll New Kockledge
| Titusville on Monday. Mr. Norton.Mr. to In more before he n
"The Star lioanloi" will make Its hopes bring many
'Where, Whenand How to Catch Fish on are In full swing and rapidly tilling up
-Mr E. II. Norton, a well,known the East Coast of Florida: ,' to paint the appearance at the Lyceum Theatre, Titusville John R. Walker, chairman of and his wife leave for Palm Beach ou the with guests. While on the East Const

Inker. and broker, of Wall street, Newrk benefits of bin years of experience in \ on Tuesday evening, Feb. 3rd. Tltftsville Town Council, and chairman yacht, Ellso. do not f,1tu, \ stop oil at Rooklodge.

la expected in Titusville, Sunday: lines so clear that evoiy one which runs This Is Chas. 11. Boyle's new farce com of Brevaid County Commissioners, has -Mr. C, Mauror, a prominent photographer -
I lake a cruise on tbe house-boat, liosoPile. from a reel 1 brings forth a finny Inhabitant edy. There are twenty -people In the been filling the position of mayor, this of New York city, was a guest WI'lUDghe ADVoCATE from Palm,
Mr. Norton was here last winter of the deep. A volume that tills the company, who have been selected with week, during the absence of Mayor G. A of the Indian River hotel. Titusvllle, the Beach, one of our correspondents says:

I'l( he could not resist the tern ptatlon hearts of every Waltonbin!. with joy and the view of presenting an up-to-date musical Frost at DanU, Dade county. first of the week. Mr. Maurer, was accompanied The Hotel Palm Beach, now owned by
I come again./ Mrs. Norton may cometh almost causes the shade of old Izaak: comedy. See notice on Mth page. by his charming wife, arid Mr. It. Stanley Stevens and managedby r,
Mr. James M. Codman of Boa- be
one MrV.. II Ormes, proving to
her husband this time. to ailse and call its author blessed." -Mr. C. E. Saunders, wife and. three ton's crack shots, and president Ca- both left here, Monday, to take a trip one i of the most popular hotels In the ,

EESS GOODS. Special sale next week. -1.teuteoanr-Gve anor Timothy Woodruff !- children, of I Rutland, Vt.; and Mr. C. A. naveral Club, arrived hero, Saturday en down, the :St. Johns river. They are old above resort. The house was built to ,

, J,2.1: per yard at t1.611; $2 at t1.40); of New York, who arrived In Titus! Dunkolburg, wife and two children, of route to Canaveral Club-house to join lends of Manager VOSM.Mr. meet the demand of people who wanted '

'-1.73 l ; at 1.31; 1.00 at $1.10;at LO at ville about three weeks ago, and who Fort Wayne, Ind arrived at the Indian Colonel (U. P. Horton, who has been at John D. CrlmmlnH, one of the a popular-price! hotel..at Palm Reach<< "
s-l.l.t: ; *1 :25/; at 04 cents: $1.00 74 ctn.'Oo spent all the time cruising on the house River hotel, itusvllle, on Saturday last. the Club since the- noenlnir.. They have most prominent of__ New York- --.- oontriui* to make It possible for everybody
,' at U8c; BOc at 1)90) ; 75oat50c; ; GOo boat, Rose Marie, left for homo on Mon Mr. and Mrs. Saunders have visited Ti- had good sport duck shooting 1 this week; tors, ancompHnlnd by MMS| Constance to visit this resort. The Hotel Palm

H44fl.; 5o) at 37o; 40o at 200! ; :ate: atMe day.l< He had a glorious; time duck shooting tusville upon previous occasions, and Messrs. F. J. Simmons and L. W. Crlnimlns and Mrs.! Gertrude O'Brien, Beach Is a line hotel, and accommodates w
: : :lUc at 21e; 2ocatlS;) ; 20o at 13o.; on Indian River It was the longest they expect to do some yachting on Indian Battenfteld are said to be the are guests of the Breakers, I'alm Buach. SIX guests and makes a rate of only *:.J

Buy now and save money. John K. vacation he had taken In many years, River while here In Capt. C. F. most expert fishermen at Rock among: lodge; at Mr C'rlmmlns Is an export fisherman, .perday and upward. The i house has

Valker & Co., Titusvllle. and he enjoyed It like a ton-year-old boy. Fischer's trim little yacht. i present but just wait until Me lll's. J. and be has been having good sport hauling many private suites with bath attached, 1 +
;
A Next be expects to come to Titus few hours of In the finny tribe this week is surrounded with, ample grounds, with
- line clock has been placed In'the year -One desiring a recrea- (I. Bennett, It. L. Oilflllh, J. Wesley
semby Hall of the High School, for ville to shoot some of the quail which tion will make no mistake In attending a Bowen and others of that ilk arrive at -Capt. J. H. Allen, of Elmyra r N. Y., tropical fruits and tiees growing about. f
liberal In Its
icli the patrons and pupils deserve aboud In this section. The Lieutenant- performance of "The Star Boarder," Rockledge-then you will see time sport who has been busily engaged for some. The management is very
ich credit. Governor's jovial friends Senator Wm. which will be presented at the Lyceum In his Esther C. treatment of guests, and provides many
time
In the principal's depart- past getting yacht, ,
James E. Tate vice of suolt,
Charles F. Mr. president amusements and attractions as
i'nt of our school the pupils that made LaRoche, of Brooklyn; Mr. Theater on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd. The play In good trim and well laden with all the ,
,
Naethlng of New York and Mr. J. Ross with the Rubber Paint Co., Baltimore, Md., tropical rides through the jungles, or-
u hitches percentage In branch ; Is an up.ttf-date farce comedy things' of this life, left for Duytooa on
anyone Woodbridge, N. J., terminated was In Titusvllle a short while, Wednes ange groves; and banana plantations
the recent examination Louise Valentine, plenty of songs, dances, medleys, and Saturday last, taking with him a cook
were their cruise yesterday and left day. lIe was on his way to Itockledge, Then there I III boating, bathing, hunting, ,
vaudeville numbers. Mr.
i class who
wn. high and steward and Mr. A. II. O'Neal
Daisy Wil-
Williams and Ethel ,
Palm Beach Miami Nassau and Havana. and In fact all amusements of the
Beach golf
and Palm ,
for Miami ,
Titusvllle : clever
li' Those who made the highest Boyle will be supported by twenty acted as first officer on the trfp. "
genii
who fellow j
Mr. Tate Is a right jovial "guodpid summer time.
\ where they will remain a few days: ere and everybody will enjoy this ,
people,
Iliams average and were Louise Brown, Daisy leaving for their northern home. We treat ol our theatrical season. I will stay at the Royal Polnclana a week -Mr. J. Sondergaard; of Perth Am -------
Rufus Robbins.U. acknowledge a pleasant call from tbe or so, ere going further south. We acknowledge boy, N. J., left, Wednesday, for his Hoarder* Wanted. }

AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- above party, who had a glorious cruise. a pleasant cull\from Mr. Tate. northern home, where the ADVOCATE k

riaphlo Gallery, Titusville, and see Gardner's Flyer ADDITIONAL LOCALS ON PAGES. follows. For the past month or two A few winter boarders wanted. Accommodation {
,.Is>i samples of Photographs. Flash- Mr. Sondrrgaard has been visiting/ Mr. good. Rates reasonable, !

iKHts( by appointment at any time. Lemon Seed Wanted. Cashmere Boquet.Bay Rum,Shaving and Mrs. I'. Nelson, at their lovely winter furnished on application. t

Mways something new Soaps, looking/ glasses, mattresses, Small Launch For Bale, residence In South: Tllusvllle, and D. F. BUIB,
Florida Lemon Seed, In any quantity. springs, wall paper, curtains, shades. he expects to return here In March.A U Sebastian, Fla.
HARDEK BROS, Oil and gasoline stoves, ovens eto. Eighteen feet long, with three horsepower
Yawl Jensen Fla. good many of our townspeople attended
Outing for Sale. '
tf Palmer Bros engine. Fine boat
Girdle and straight/ front oor ets. the "Animated Cake Carnival"at For; Sale at Jl&ytona.
special 11 and 17cU.C. for Iishl ng. Price, f 2. t
,
Gingham: aproni,
.ength 20 feet, beam; 8 feet, draught C. B. jKFrKKHOM: the residence) of Mr. and Mrs. John -
,
Inches. Good Cabin, Two berths. Catboat for Sale. A. GARDNER, Titusviile, Fla. tf globe Hound Fla. R. Walker, Titusvllle, on Wednesday Choice Hammock lands, particularly)
,
/ indulgedIn adapted for growing Oranges also Irish
Address, jOX 107 e..enlng.Ieveral: games were ,
Titusville, Fla. 20 feet long 8 feet beam. In good. Palmetto Berries Wanted.The among them being a drawing contest, potatoes. Will sell In lots of from 10 to j 1
condition. AddressWM. New Firm. In which many present drew pictures of 50 seres. C. BUOKMAN' P

CABLSOV: animals, birds, eto., on a blackboard 10m Jacksonville, Fla.
Launch for Sale. 5t Fort Pierce, Fla. highest market price paid for Pal A. C. Dittmar, of Fort Pierce, and, C. causing much amusement. The prizes

8 feet ; metto Berries. If you have but 100 Ibs. T. McCarty, of Eldrnd, have formed a In this contest were awarded to Mrs. IJuiifralow For tent t
t one long, built by Oeo. Olngrass; Clothing Cleaned and Pressed. It will pay you to write ns. Address, partnership under the firm name of Wright, Bud Osban, Maggie Collins and .
year old flrst-class condition. E. W. AMSDCN
to Llllle Lewis. Ten young ladles were March 1st. Five bed and
\nipped with Dlttmar: McC'arty, transact a general From two
King| engine, speed 9}t 6feb Ormond, Fla. then dressed to various cakes
represent
,
'lee Address cleaned, real estate and Insurance business at sitting rooms and servants accommodation -
clothing
and Gents
Launch, Ladies called for and de Fort Pierce, Fla., with office In the new and everybody was allowed the privilegeof !; two bath room; good, 2ift:!! launch,
and repaired
care ADVOCATE, pressed ; Tailor WashIngton To Pineapple Growers.Important Bank Building. 2t guessing what kind of cake they rep plate, linen, etc. Apply to {
Fla. M. R. Robinson, ,
Titusville livered. resented. Quite. number entered Into
__ G. C. hi s any, s l
Ave., Titusville. the of the affair and at Its conclusion -
of preserved fruits spirit The Bungalow, Ilobe Sound: Fla.
forces ami Carriage For Sale. packer Sloop For Sale. the Jndgmi' decided that the lady's .
contract for large
would like to a quantity -
. TentH tor Sale Cheap. la barrel prize, a pretty little writing tablet, was Sealed Dills Wanted.
\
pair' of 'large-mtnut;; Horses andipottrw :, of Pineapples of the, packed. For sale, the fine sloop yacht Awlzs, won by Mrs. I). B. Prltcbsrd, and the -
region.E.
gon, harness, lap-robes and orange trees and tender with growers all complete and In /good condition Her gentleman's prize, a bonquet) of beautiful
_ Protect your RBHOtri.lt!: :' Fits & Co., Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned
1broken\ 1I01'lles\ are seven and eight years; plants from cold; 500 MoFarland tents, 3n: East 47th Street, length Is 34ft finish.: beam, lift.! ; draft. :2ft. roses, by Mr. Cbas. II. Walton. Ice until noon, Monday, Feb. 2nd
drive double and Can be seen at Titus cream cake and lemonade were In demand
single; for sale Mahogany ,
''Jd all sizes, New York City. liXXi, for the following work. [I reserve
laddlers. A bargain. Address, WP M. BKOwf, ell Will sell cheap for cash. ; and everyone seemed to have the right to reject and all bids]:
X. y Z.,care ADVOCATE, 'Tltiuvllle, JTla. PBTCR :NCLSOX: Marine Railway, pent an enjoyable evening. The social To extend the County any Road from Its
Tltosvllle, Fla. Sealed Jllda Wanted. 3! Titusvllle, Fla. WM given by the Ladles' Aid Society of tormlnn at the north line of Dummitt; h

and Orange Land. the Baptist Church, and netted $13.: grove; through this grove, and to a dl.. vI !

To Inve tors. Pineapple Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned Winter Home for Sale.A FOR PINE STOVE WOOD LEAVE tanre of one and one-half miles south of '

With -- and land, on untIl noon, Monday, Fob 2nd, orders with R. R. I'yles, at Hardware It. Right of way to be out out and all
'> 'which successful; ; pineapple Choice pineapple Waveland orange and Sew- 1008, for the following work. [(1 reserve nice, little winter home for sale; 11 tore. obstructions removed from same. Road .

oft' wiug, has paid 25 per cent net peninsular, between both the Indian the right to reject any and all bids]: acres, small, 3-room cottage, 20O orange to be 1J feet wide. Wire fence to be fur- '
the, W3 Invite capitol to co-opermte In Us Point, fronting on beautiful location, From LaGrange church to north end and grapefruit trees, l.V bearing; 0,01.1"< float Wanted.A (shed and erected on each side of road '

''es. develo'fment' of one hundred and Bt./Lucie Rivers Inlet., Sold In 8 and of shell road near Minis.-Horse track to pineapples, under good, cypress shed; 'for about % of a mile. Four wires-
> nces' !given and a near Gilbert's Bar three-room cottage be filled in with good marl, so as to shed Japan persimmons, mangoes guavas four or fl ve bank cabin sailboat\ slocpor strong, plain wire. Posts to be heart
rough Investigation Invited. 10 acre lots. Also new, water. Flats In wagon track filled and and other fruit. Good water protection. yawl rigged, for river service. Mutt light wood, set 10 feet; apart. p

UAKDCK: BUGS., to rent. Apply toC. repaired. JOHN It. \V A.IKEH, ADdress, Box II, be In good order. Write destrlptlon aud Jons !C. WAf.Krn

o Jensen, IT. RACCT Waveland, Fla. U County Commissioner Dist. :No. 1. GeorgIana, Fla. price. C. L. BPBOESS: Goodall, Fla. 4t County Commissioner, DUt. No.1.ayo '

Brevard Co., Fla. lapl



I



ATE JANUARY 30, 1903. =- --
COAST ADVU ,

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2A AU . . . .33 :35 37 640 321 4 3Sw "TUB EAST COAST OF FLORIDA '

Notice. . . .13 83 38 REGAINED." 6'
'V . .
Is clear. 00
to see" If tbe const 3 83 40 p"D"
ing I of lot 3 : I
They waited awhile, buMio one else :TAKE NOTICE: THAT corner 3 80 37: 6:1IJ: 4AH I' 1

came. MacAllster made another mov Alt, .CONCERNED. F. Brown .an Sheriff and exOHInlAdministrator All . 3 8 '
back. I of the Kmateof J. t!. Krluldeceased : SIJ 87 (141 20 1
u
but was again held wltl b..11I,11 Ills siuiiestlon In wrltlnn 0 All . . : . I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
the swag
not have of said decoarei "He
may
the Insolvency of tlia eN tAte W.-v.! nW 4 sJ.Vao 38 4.7 80ot
salentale .1 36
him and we'd have a poor case againshim. Therefore a I penoiiit bavttifcrUlins( atralnst: and IIle se . .

Let the dog go." ate be re authenticated by requlreil to In appear in; Court on or W I w7 of ne .se of Effect Jan.

Opening the door, they put the dog In them before properly tbe 4tli flay of April, I1MIB.' A. D 190 111'7.,1.6/ of se4 seh 30 38 502 00 LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In 14,1903
of September : . .3-2 -
at .
soon scratching Ordered till* :27 til day of lIe .
[
tbe hnll. and he was admitted [Seal] A. 1>, HK ftKY.' . .3t :11I! :38 0392AM NORTBOUN READ UP.
JudgeHxeciitor'n All DOWN.
being County
door opposite. On lam-21m..r. 38 CSS 7NwW.'aW SOUTHBOUNDREAD
the .3i 30
. .
the wordii could be plainly heard: OSU80: 4814 ; N-; ;. NQ.73 -N.741 No 281D"ly. =
. N,. 23
Xlp! 1 thought you'd been Notice. ( 3U :3'J W0 I'O! : 2t\-\ \ STAIONS. V..11.. D"n D"nY'1 )." ,
7
"Hello All . . . . 0VU D.II Pan Dally. ,
79
left behind.' n.nd W of 8W>i. 8 IIISlO tbe 3
Bald cop 17
"That's enough, To all whom It may iNOTICE \ . . 8 CO p 040 n 'Di n Lv.Juk olvlle.Ar U a '231' .... I
0107AH lB 1 .
arrest, :M 31) . 411 . O. Jack.lnvle.Lv
18 0
they proceeded to IDa ke the M HERKUY UIVEV THAT 81X: All . 8 Ij . 6 40 a 0 20 p 8 43 [. 8 30 ,
effected without resistance. .f nun the date. of this notice I will . .1!) Wl 30 6412All" I iO I 03 [. 10' Gl 9 OD n ...,H.lnl. .. .. .. .... D UI. ... .
which was my Itm.l..c..t. to the Ilonorabl 20 :M :31)) (14:1: U8: ., '4)1( "I.tka. .. 6 D'pl _8){ :,
The silver was not in the room ant present .Indite In and for Hrevar . 2 "I .n.: .1. 11.620.. -
A. D. }.o..lIev.I..onty .2* 30 31) 2-1042 .._ . ,
without the evidence of the doff then County 8..ie of Florida, and apply for of Lett..reof HanJenpHcn i \V% of nw>; 8WK: 3D: t41)! 88 .. .. U. Pal"tka.. .Ar ... D6C_ ,_
lunate !!) M n
2
xeo\l"r..f tne .... ,
Dismissal aa r . .
of con . -
a .
\ D
would have been little chance late of Mie County of lirevari State of All HO lit 3!> (04041All" .r.l0I'llIt .. .. ",. I .800.
All . Cab
vlctlon. They, however made the caw Florida, deceased. JOHN RonENSKV, :31 811 al) 037: 81All' .f ; UILv..Rnn l.IPo..Lvl..I. .. -

no strong that the man confessed undei JTx! muter of F.Htate of Hans Jeppaen.Jensen 32 36 311!) 040 BO ... .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. ... ... .. . . .1, ,
..
promise of a light/ sentence and restored Fl*., Nov. IB, 100:.!. I... an li-mo .. .. .. :33 all! :30 841lf () I .. .. .. ... .. 2 3 I'' .. .... .... .... ... .Bunnell.pon ... .. ..... .. 4 23 I.... 1
.\H 2 37 :38 05; !) 48: p .. ...or".nd...... 81 3p! ,
the plunder.MncAIlHter 110" JI41 .. .. U l' 8 3 ,
the owners of the Creditors. \ 4 :37 :38 (j 7/1(1/ i( 3 iB'p"a 48 p : U" ... ... .... t, 3a 34. I'' ... '
paid Notice to . . .. ..Port Oran ;
All . .
.: ..
nnd put then \0) :OT 38 6407: C m s I 20 .. .N'w .. 8 118 a 3 If 1 .2[I 8 3) ,
dog handsomely for him All. 10 :37 38 6.11120 : I ]0 a ..1 p 1 1 .. .. .Olk 8Iy"a.HIl. ... .... .. ... lD p. 1So
'
DISTRIIi
the lint of those whom he hefrleruled. flO AUj CRKniTORS, LKC.ATISES, All 1231' ... .. ... !00 lBi I' al711 143 : o
on claim or dinutnds 87 38 ((140 WAll 'Tos' 'p .
.. .
.
and all having .12 .... .. .
of the tltees piTHons .. :5
.. .
CANINE BURGLAR is the guardian! tRlnhardH All .. aul. .O"coa.. .
now of Thomas .
Zip airainae tbe Estate 14 37 :38 0385: . .... .... .. 1301 I n 4G5 ,
00
he once Implicated In rolbliiR > deceased.You ] .. .. D GO 340" 1 .RneklpdJ. .. .. .. .... 4:01\
house wax 37 3H 8440: I 911 I
.
claim 18 :...:... 82 4COp [ .\ .
.
la ..
notltteil to present your All .. "
and nt tbe slightest sound In the aro hereby from the :38 043: (liS P. .... .. GUl' 421 ,. .. .... .. 4l
nndBmlKiiad within two years .1037 lli .... 011' .
.. '
to .. .
(Orliflnal.} fiercely. of thin advertisement otherwise tbsauio All. 37 33 041 :III .... .. .. I 07 8"b".II.n .. ... .. ... 1 U" .
l
.
barks expiration 20 .
yard ... Lu.le. .
; . . .
lived in bls thereof.KKHKCCA All. .. .. Oi
Andrew MacAllHtir. who HEHESFOnD. will be ploadeil In bar 38 Ol1)2\ : I 40 ... I.h.roa... 1 13 H I 1 01.1 3 C: :
ALICE 37 0I
MAnY 2t 8 03" p.
4
,
RICHARDS 47
J. 3 I ... ]O
: I : .... .
All 1 .
on Hie hank of LnkMlchltfim Will of 38 Oil -1-1 I .. .. ... .. .. . .. .. ... I
handsome place Jixeuutrlx. at the LliHt ... ( ::17 .. .... ... ]OIR .. . :
\ north of Cliloiiffo. onino bout Itev.C. 1 U. Martin. TJ !. I> Thomas K. RlobardH, deceabetEilen ijiApplication .. All All ..28 37 38 (38: SiAll : f ................ ...... .. .... 8 833 3BI',' ............... .........J""lIln.Eden....... ... .. ]0 .. .. .. .. I I .I

ntelit nftcr being dctiilnod 111: 'Vavel'ly, Texas writes: "Of a morning, ,Fla., Dts\l. 1 I. JOO'l. ..211! 37 :38 Ul 3J( ....... ...... .. e 47 [ ..... .. ... .. 8tulrt.1. .. .. :lu . I -
lute one when 11 rut rising, I (ofter Und a troublesome BO ::17 38 OJ33: No.25 ... .. .. .. ..... ; I I'' .. .. .... .. .Ho'e Sound. I g" NO,2D"Ly.

the city on biiHluvpa., lie \viis some collection of phlegm, which produces for Tux Deed. All ..313718 (i.not . .. .S P g .p r: ; ;.: .p : M R 113 lalJ.:

;jwhat HHtoiilhlU'd\ to find the front door a cough, and la very bard to din- All All ..32 37 38 0:18:
ntnntlliig iijnr, mill. ['niHHliiK'/ through the lodge; but a small quantity of liallard'iHorehound Under See. 8, of Chap. 4HHfl t.aws of Florida.N'OTIOE AVU.:33: 37 38 310\
hilt will at once dlsloilgtit JIVES THAT F. .J. 34: 37: 38: 03731 U 5a 60Ga 960p 840p .. .. ... u a !
what wag Hyrup IN 1IRRK1IY . .. ton.. I 01
.
0 09 B..n
illulnp room I
the
.
ball to I know of nc of Tax Cortiflnate No. 10 H I ..... .. .... .. .... 0
nnd the trouble in over. ., :30 37 3S 0il)2; ( ..... 015 ..... .. .. Jclray I
urprlmMo "lId 1'\ ''rytlilnji turni'il topsytun'y ; that is equal to It, and It is sc 3111, d""' ....\\"rohll..r of .July A. 1>. 18'it, All 31) (i50 4i ]0 7 ... ..... .... ... 1303' ....... . .. .. 'Iu . IH
:37 .
medicine 4 a. ..
and hamudo .. .
ouititluate in otllce. 01 . .H ale. n I : ;
my flt
said All .
liouuil mid hall filed .. .. .. 13 .1 I
< ,
gnu
and tin- Ui.tU.-r pleasant to tako. I can most cordially iippllcatlon lor tax deed to Issue In fiuoonlinua All 5 Z 37 39 7 !1J8! 4 ", .... . ... 0 1 ... .. Cly .. .. .. .. .. 41,
.
god. IlflciiHliiff! blin. :MncAllatvr dnrtecupBtnlrH recommend it to( all persons, needing a with luw. Bill I certificate eiul.rncuH lire tin 0 :37 ;3 m!) u\: 81All t1 1 : 040 Ar..lt.ml..T.v 8COp !11 fIIIJI situated lu All 10/1401,10031
ilcnci medicine for throat or lung troubles. following described property' 7-37: 311!) 03:l1I711! 1Mln
mid. illMuovcriiig: no uv rard county Floilda. to-wit: 1'urt of MS'4, Don .-. Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
of the family luivlni been dlHturbodbo 1'rice 25c; SOc, $1 bottle at B. 11. \Vllson ]l>o..d book n. paice 8CA. Section KU, Towimlilp salt 24. All /. .". H 37: 3!) 040 80 Condensed Schedule Between
The
Rani 3U E., containing IV acres. 3'!) (J42MAV'i : )
& Bon.:: II., :n '. 1)) 37 BT. AUGUSTIMTE.
lltttciit'd to tho the date of the ItsiMnceouinh All JACKSON ItLa TO
ami kSWHHud nt
went below again land being
:3 II!) 308 Ol) I -
ROADS. the of A. E. Ruhr. ITiiIKMS of >(. 10 37 -- -- =
VALUE OF GOOD certitlfat: In mime w% se ; N.1.31. N "Nil 16
ncL'ount of the robbery. Tbiman' redeemed acconllniLO 30 i3S 12:
be : 37
butler's said curtitlcate slinll -.13 '
hnd lioen' forced at the paint of a In law tax deod will iHMiie thereon on tho IMtiJiiy All .'. .17 87 :3 III! PJ7 4 I No. 23Dally. No. 27 No.29 I No. 33Dully.. Na.43 110JI.ly. No. 93jiai.y.. 1'/Ki r No.9
ICfTect of IIlKliwiiy, Improvement < of February, A. 1>. imili.wttnvss All N Daiy. Valy. V"l) M'.n &
and Its and seal this tin 18 :37 :30 6J\J: \ Mon. M silver tmfe vtllulal
revolver to open the ftotv J.rM"y. m> slrnntiire| All .
A. 1) I'.xa. 10 37 3u 040 (I- :f3 |i I 313 ',
contents hud been rilled."Who's of( good roads nnd .3rd duy of January STEWARTDork All Lv. .IUklUUVIU"11 06 aAr. \O"j"40"j-n5p I 3311) OPJ 1 8 15.
The Importance A. A. Kla.'ut'M All .20! :37 31)! U3120! ( |_ _. / I i ._ !

dog la that moaning In the their value to cacli district having Circuit Court of Hy Krevard u. A.County Btewart, It. C. All .21 37 31)!) 038: O:: ST. ArjOtfSTINB TO JAOKSONVILLE.I .

yard?" asked MncAllster, und without them have long been advocated but All .22 37: 3:I!) U3\144! 38Dully -
'No. No.
39
'waitIu fur uu unswor ho wont out late not until recent yenfs: has the public BALK.NOTICE \Vi') .23: 37 ::10! 3111!) 7.1: No. 98 | No. 92 No. 16Dally J.ly No. 44 | No. 30 No. 78 No. 74 NO.aTraindo
MASTER'S
81) (14:) 45 I I I Da "U
2(1( 37 \ I )). tx. '. V"iy. 11111y. Olly B.IJ.
Jx
the grounds. There at u ldu Riite win Ueeu awakened to their full slgulttcanco. All..27 37 8!) frll!) II;I lI17. .ly. 111. tl.. Bln.Lv. .

o. Cog BLTiitchlug to net onto It at once .'.'tor all. It was not by nrguCient 19 JlF.Rl: Y GIVES THAT USDER All All ..28! 87 :30 04 ) \\111)( tt. ( 6 4" tlO "I" 15"11T1 i l fo I' I 8 ij' nOr 7 4JJ' f

occurred to MucAllHter that the benot that the public was convinced, and ialA by virtue inudH and of a entered decree by of the foreclonim C) rcniiJi.ntt All ..211!) ::1711\1! (h t)40( AI. Jlok.ollvUe. 7 M .'. 4"" 40" 'E .

bad come with the burglars and in but l from necessity In the beginning for the KoiirtU Judicial Clrcnltof Floriilan All..30: 37: 3D: (140( 111 SCIJDULES OF BRANCI LINES.BAFORD .
and for the COlI\ltyof Cbiy In Chancery sit :31 !((7 39 (138: 40(
their has to to depart they hud uhut oil und then by exauiiilu.The state of I, In.. cortairlaiiHe All ,
a
ljecember 19112.
Inir, on the lrd: of 32: 37 3!) 037: U8 .
his exit. Perhaps he were permitted New Jersey; Is wedged in between New therein pending, wherein Lives The I'enn-y and 4lntutnir van-' All 3.1: 37 :II!!) :JIJ.lAll : DBANOH. ORAGE OITY -
: for InHiiranoeii on All .
to go ho would follow them. At any York and reunsylviinlu.; with one of a Company Annnltlea, IK coniplalnanr, and me Jackson .34 37 31)) 0:18: 811 STATIONS. 8'.N .21'No.4VIII !

was worth trying. cities of tut country on its >llle, Tanina anil Key Went Railway Company 33; 37 :35) (114240( y INo.2 ['aly Dal, 1'1 ID.I
rate the experiment the great All
Williams, 1) I Ii. WllliamH, Robert H. Cole .. ....
lllce .
..... ,
JIucAllBter went to the stable and got L'nsteru borders und the second! largest nan, Archibald Honern: H.T. Kendall, aa asalKlee .. NW 4' . . . 30 37 3!) 151) 01Total ,0 a a Lv.lm..A.. .. 25 p 10 lOl Lv..N. Smyrna..1\140Pj1O1\

saddle home armed himself with Its western borders. Its farmers of Robert H> <'i.leni.n | the Chatham Nationil > .. ... ... ...... ., a BC9p 1tIII.v.L.k.Heen.Ar1 ,
out a city ou Hank. K.lwanl; II. McUouald Harriet Walker 7 ,207.42A 8830 80. 520.. : 4 PGl\

a revolver and then released tbe dog are mainly] engaged In raising truck .'rank W. 1'opo and the MUsUslniil Valley lieaty 8 M. A.l.v..Enterprie..A.1. ... .. .. B.Ut .... ... I 00 II D5 18I.jLv.Olln"f J Jl..Lv 1 5,
the millions of people living iuthoxn Companv.are dufendanM;rl will Offer for silt.nil I deposit will be required to be made I 8.
iwhlch run off toward city. Tor the : : ; ; No No.28un.
sell to tbe hiKln'xt l blddi I > for onsh at public the Blaster, inca Na. '
followed. To do this thousands ot the salil 1 by each bidder with No MAYPORT DRANOH. 11
MucAllster mounted and two cities. nitcry, before the Court House door Chechlefore D'II 11 On'',
certified

The dog noon settled Into a steady trot of them drive to each city dally with a bounty en Cove of (Springs'IIIY1.I.te\ therein of .Florida on the In the City ufUr h or bidding by satisfactory, of two cents per acre Only 4 tD .v. ...... .... ..... .. Jackaonvl I. ................." 8 3" 4 0,

down a street that eventually led him load of truck starting In the morning A. D. 1K)3! ) lands Included in any one 1 0 a. 403 V pAr.............. .. .. 8uuth Jak.onvlle................Lv 8 J:. 3 lp140a
to the north end of Lincoln park. Getting where from 12 to 4 o'clock to get to 1-IR9T MONDAY: IN FEBRUARY, ipon the 1 Br4p \AI .. .............. .. ..... .. ........ ... TfDa !
i ny .. bids. ....... .. ,
for .. .
the second day of Bald mo thnd ll'er .. ...... ... .. .. .
througU the purk appeared more the market early enough for the huckiters. the same a local belnR sales
puzzling to hint than following a .ale, the property described lu said decree atollowsi lanSO fit Special Master. not atop at statio '. opposite which, no tine la shown.Thrse .

straight street, but at the south end ha "Jersey mud" a cluy! loam. Is pro- The niortiruaed property mentioned andde.crllied Time: TaVes show th.times at which train mayb expooted to arrive and deput

truck an avenue utid after that seemed rerblal for Its stlcklnvHS nnd 'disagree- In said deuree at.d In the bill of com.lalnt from the several statlonfl. hut thilr arrival or departure at thA times stated 10. not ju.ritnor
descrlbeiln Intention to Apply for hold Itself responalb e for any delay ur any all
of
and the
through when In said canx particularly Notice Company
to travel
Coming nature tnps
to know his route perfectly. ible .to Kibll.lc "U" thereto, excepting the bin the street running next parallel with .vet. suyw the Putnam (Conn.) Patriot. heretofore sold deaurlbed Kxblble. "H" to tbe u Charter.NOTICE .

the river he turned to the right and 1'he Jersey farmer knows tbo value oft ..aid oiintles l bill ot to-wlt Hrevard ultnate Clay, ,lylnicand Citrus: Uade belnir, DuSoto In the, Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami' ,

after truvemlng n few blocks struck a dollar und Is opposed to tuxes, but beoiil jiko, Lee. Manatee Marlon Monroe, OraiiKe, IS HEUKHT GIVEN THAT IT IS
,,, almost exclusively to l reckon the difference between I 'Hi-cola, St. Jolum, Blunter Volualu, 1'olk Intention to avply to thu Honorable BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST, HAVANA AND. NASSAU.
region given over ; < -
i'IIt.IIIIIII.I" tba 8uit of Florida, and dosurlbail Minor B.: Jones, Jmltce "f the KeveuthJu.Mclal --
I manufacturing.Meanwhile. \\-hut he lout dally; by reason of bud all follows I Circuit in and for liruvaril. County, Kl MIAMI-NACSAU
have to COUNTY.teo. the 23nt lav of Feliruary, A. I>. imi for I
SlacAllMter had picked up roads and the tax he would IN IKIEVAHD hla. on
T. B. A reM lie (rr..otln of a Charter to the St. Lucia Club, J&nU"r71,1903. i OommonoicK January IS, 1003.'LT .

mounted policeman In the extreme (my for building a smooth "Wick rond. All. ... .. ... . . . . 1 2it a4 IIKJ (Mlllotfriui aid i>ruH>auil corporation being not for prunt. .. .... ...... ....... ..11 OJ Miami S r..... .. ... SAr \.
northern part of the city to whom us t'lmt having bl'enOI'kl..1 out one good .... .... .... . .. o a> 34 ot (Hi CHARTER. tiv Miami Mon..Thnr. ...... .. .... .. 3 00 parNaim | Key 'n.1 .. .. .. "S,

they rode along he explained what be I'oud118 built and UIOHO ueur it ,got" toimrket 1111. of frao... .. .... ...................... .. ....in 10/ mi 20 .14 34 287 4ii 81lloffrao II| WIT.VES3ETH. That the Lv N ,...,.u.r".s..r\.1.. .. ... ................. ..10 Ml I Lv Key Weo.Weltlul..Thur.8uI., '.111.............. .. .. .. O
otHlii,3aml4 THK8E AltTCJ.E8 ... Jg!
Aril "
.. .... 00 "
,.. .. . U avail
i
u .
:was about. The cop was rather skeptical regularly/ atid easily, ruin or .. .... .... .. .... ...31 211 84 841t mdurtilKn***! have amioclattiil thcumelveH for themrpOHe UrMli.nr. ,Su 'Lv Havana Mon.. F I... .... . .. S i;
of the adventure ihlue enough lIch trip to pay ... .tandS .. .. ...' .. ..HO :20 34 111 78S'HIIrn..rntaw of formlne a corporation uniler: tliu Inlorporatlon Commencing Fcbrlr 2. 10O3.LTJUiimlMnn. ArKey We.tTu .., Sat. .. .. . "r!
as to th > outcome Miivlug / ofse .. ;MI 20 84 n fKieK law* ol the Suite of fc'lortuaARTICLE Wed ..... .. ... .. t CO "Lv Key Went T nee Sat.. .. .. . .. .. 601.rNaa..uT".lh.'r
till the dog entered u tenement the: road tax. "Seeing:! U .believing. fmK .... .. ... . .. .3120 Sb/ 4n Of i! .1..nt......... ... S 80..aUvNai 'ArMiami Tiles. 8 t ..i... ..... LE*'
been In other became conr'luceil Ne[ uiirner of i..t" .. .. .. .. .. .. .lu 20 :M SimII I. .auTiii.TIiu .. ......... 3 03 p -
farmers( !
bouse which bud for some time ind parts of frao . .. .. .. .. 31 20 ::11I 2111H The name of the. corporation will he the "8T Ml mil \Veil., F.I 8Ia.:!.t.... .... .... 6801
their and the example .. ..... .. .. . MO (Mlfwwofnw of .I Sun*
bold In suspicion.\ Throwing themselves of economy ;: of neVi .. I 21 :<4 ATCIE CLUB" and jirlncipal iiluue hUol. March 30 10O3.IT Above hours baaed on nth Meridian
,
. .. ... .... :8 81 34 40011VK Hrevard County, Oommonolnl
first but at St. Lucte
off their hordes as quickly us It could was followed slowly nt ne. will be ..... . for Nassau
i CO shown .
of ne\(. nel( of lIel( .. U 21 34 I-.MI I IMI Mnn.\ ..F.I. i> 'ard Time, ezoept that
be done they followed the dog Into the [raduully going! ou more rapidly. wU..f\ noU.MMSi of lieii ... ..28 21 84 HO (MleW ARTICLE II. .rl..TII"M.T.1! ............. 1:1: a or Nassau time.
Their miles of roads ofnw\( oinwtf\ ... . ... :III 21 H4 lo onII general nature nml of the corpora- .I. ,: .. ...... .. : p I
lute. new The
building, but they were too Lust year 1UO of f ran.... .. .. ...... .. .. 1 21 3fi 103 ISO Ion, in loclal enjoyment object rlreatlou of IUnenibeni. AI Mlmnl. We l.. 'rt.thll. ...... ........ II) a -
guide hud disappeared. Mounting u were built In that state at a cost of N IK of n(4 of swJi of nw setf .

.. .. ... .. . .. n 21 MIII/ noII A ent.
staircase with as noiseless a about $::>00.0110. This yenr the demand ofswK III. For copy of Local Time Card aildrena any
i I rickety of fruo......... .. .. .. .. .. ..H 21 :an J4ii (IH' ARTICLE
tread as possible, they searched every 'or them Is so great that the state! will. 1111. ... .. .. .. .. 13 21 8:, 0411(14' No one IIlal he qualified to become a memberiiilen J. D. BAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA
of neV of nevj lit 21 3:1I: / noHof he have been duly elected thereto
landing. On coming to the top story tbe: corning year, venture to put Ifl.OOO- N. corner lavra.ARTICLE .
w "r n"w .w\(,s Kof prescribed by the by =
"I alld seeing nothing of their guide they 000) Into 200 miles of iitacaifum. The awli .. .. ... ... ... .. .. ..19 21 311lOfI\ 00 IV.
concluded that they had had their itate commissioner of public roads de- llotfraNw . .,. .. .. .. .. ..:23 21 3S 18900: .
I' .IIW\\(. n nf aeJ'. wl( of..e. said corporation U t exlat perle uaIY t Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association" ,
, pains for nothing all 1 were about to lnres that this movement bus inrensed X .... .... .... ... .. .26 21 35: 600 00N Tie V. .lcla1
the chaso when they beard the : tbe taxable property of the w corner of nI'l( of swW, s w ARTICLE
'II give up ; cornerof se\( of nw 4 ....29 21 Sft 2000 The names and residence! of the snbBcrlbers Co.
Bounds of' u dog barking as If In great .
delight. It occurred to MucAllster that tllll!' .. N 'nw".lIw\ofnelw\ >i ofe Name n. Resilience.IHIIAEL
,- .. !< ... .. .. ... .. .. .31 SI 8B 20000wimrnorof J. DrniiAM. .'hlh.lel\hli. 1'a.JAMHH -Manufacturers of-
the dog had found Its friends and wan sw ( of iw4 . .S3 21 11II 5 POII H. Mi'Mciiot, >
rejoicing at the meeting. of fnio .. .. .... ;I 21 811 14700w : RUNK "Rn, .
( or uw\\(. w of ""I( of nw HllIKH fRNIIIIHK. "
"In that room" he mild, "I shall find A Oa! fl Babg.Now M, I'H oc .wV\(, sw< of ..wlI/ 29 .1A 1MI ooa JOHN I*. KLKIXH, [1".0., .".
.. my silver." 1'1.' curuer..r ew /. of nui4 .8 :22 n oomm T. L. Wmt > =
: aI" .. .. ... 7 W 8JI 13i14, JOHN YVR" K, IMiilaA lllhlll. :: S
I "Stop here, aald the. cop, "while I go corner of net( of nwi'4 ....224/ an lrt 00 I BNtlLIKH,
;1 for help." and again there is an Item in the Hwvoruerof iie>.. of nei .. .. 27 \24 87 10 no RunT. II. .

\ newspapers concerning the birth of apuny all . .. . ... ..T. .... II 31 3H 63H: 84til HrHTAVm aAw"RER. "
"Help? What help do ;you want? baby* mn small that a quart cup .. ... .. .. .. .. ..7 31 35 IUU\ \ 00NX HKNHY R. Hunrii, >
I. Aren't we two untied men? While ;you article told of ne>,. BW',. of ne'., w of llRMlt HURK, "
holils It comfortably. If the lIe't. wXj .. .. .. .. .. .. .. II .11 311 62000 EIIB K, VAKB, .
are away they might take U Into their all the foots it would probably tell also all .. .. .. .7.. .... .... . ... .17 8t an lIa7 72 (
: heads to wove ou." of a mother- ho in weakness and misery all .. .... ...... ... .... .III 81 811 1137 (Ml ARTICLE VI.
There forward the advent all .. . .. ...... ..... . 20 31 8rt B3tt:\ OH Tim. of the corporation are to be man
MucAllster knocked. was a had looked to baby's all.. .. .. .. ..... ... .... ... ..31 31 85 B4I Ml aued al1all P..I'lent.' who eh.1 b alao the O..n. -
Hhutlllng about inside, and after much with shrinking 8011 fear. .all. .. ..... ..... .. .. ,. ...83 HI M 63U: 1" .ral Manaicer, Secretary Tre.urerl! and ai FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deecrpton.:
{ door To have fine, healthy children the all . .. . .... ..... ...... .... 1 33 37 64'J 64 Executive Cnmnilttm or Hoard of DI..lor.., o.th. .
delay the was opened. Facing be and it is the all .. ......... ... .. .. .. .. 11 83 37 K1H: i.4 members of the cor|Ion Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Bope, Et.
\ threo revolvers stood a uilte of n girl. mother rmu* healthy! all . .1.. .. .... ...... .. ... ..13 S3: 37 'MOM brld ofltce for the tern of one yaarhe Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen

Within woman with a baby hi common testimony all.. .. .. .... ..... ............ ..U 33 87 8iII HO < namea of the officer* who are to manage altbe 79-8l- Chicrt o, 111.e .
, wua a of mothers that the all.. .... . ... .... .. ., ".21 S3 37 B4200 affaire of the corporation until the nrsi :t E. luumiiA.
ber arms. The dog the men hud followed use of Dr. Fierce': .11 .. .... .. ....... ... ... . 23 83 87 64140 election or )apiiolntmnnt under the cb"rterare ..Mention The ADVOCATE in your letter...
stood in the luIJdlu of the flour all... .... ...... .. .. ..... ... .:. ..2/\ S3 37 640 2H i President, Francl* Hrown ; EXfutleC'ofmitte..or
I Favorite Prescription all .. ... .. .... ...... .... ...27 33 37 HOT: Kl: l " looking ut them. not only promotes all ...... ..... ..... .... .. .. 20 33 87 (;.4OI14 hlW, James Icboi. (uatvu. A"ooclaUuD. _
The story told by the woman was the mother's all .. .. .. ..... .. .. ...81 33 87 KM: 44 1Ic
!.3 all .. .. ... .. ....... .... .. ... XI 33 37 ItO"\ 411 ARTICLE VII. -
t. that she had been up with her baby health but also gives all.. .. .. ... ..... ......... .. ....3 33: 37 II.hl7I The corporation shall at no time have an In.debtedncsn .
who was ill. and on hearing tbe knock her strength to give Wl .. . ... ... . ..... o 8:1 3H :UI4:1: or liability to which the corporation 0 0 .
o
her child. W JnH flf ",,1..118'; of leI,". .. T 33 3H 6"'HM' may at anv time nuhiect Itself, over or alM>v< ZE3I.A.S. L -
l' bud delayed la order to huddle on some Favorite Pre- all. . .. ... ..... .... ... ...IT XI 3: KlilOO the mim .-.0. The amount In value of tin :
I"" clothes. As to the dog, be was a part of all .. .... .... ..... .... ......19 33; 31f..1 20 real .. 01 which corporation may bold, oub 519 W. St. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA,
scriptian accomplishes all ... .. ...... ...... .. .. 21 33 316ft IK always to the approval nf the Circuit Judge,, Kay .
. the family. When told of his having these results all .... .... .. ....... .. ... ...29 33 !W \;ll\> Mall j.r be not more ttan 1110.0.
doubtless been In the company of burglars by the .. . .. .. ...... .. ...... .. 81 aIIII; B414U
tranquilizilig all' .. .. .......... ... ... ......33 S3 3M 11141 HO ARTICLE VIII.
nil the Information she could nerves, promoting a South part of lot 4..... ... .. .. Xt; 40 A on The by-lawa. of the conmratlon shall lie made,.
give on this subject was that he had healthy appetite, all .. .... .. ....... ... .. a :34 :an ewi 4IIof altered or rtsrluded only by a majority of the
,{ frao. Ie... ..e' of .Kw'.fi H .in 47444Wli
and refreshing ( members of the corporation
I'ji been off occasionally vrtth n man who K1'rin ...... ... .. .....*... ... .. .... S 34 SH ,rl. ""! FRANCIS. BROWS'
bad recently rented a room on the opposite steep. It Increases physical vigor all .. . ... ... .. .... . .. .... 84 :ill (181 Ail
t'' ana gives great!: muscular elasticity so all .. .. ........ .................. T 34 :S\ H404.I STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. I
side of the hall. tint the baby's advent U practically all .. .......... ..... . .. 9 84: :W l\o6'IU! COUNTY or PHILADELPHIA. )
Turning their attention to the door for all . . .. .. ...... .... ..11 :34 311141 till Before me a Notary .Public In and for the
,"; painless. It U the best of tonics all .. ..... .... ... .... .. .. .. IT 34 8H (H.J 00 County State aforwald, personally cam the EXPRESS
: opposite, they knocked, but, receiving nursing mothers.t all ... ... .. ......... .... ..19 :34 88 A42HO: above named aOl Francin 8hunk llrown who In due
no response, broke it open. Striking a .. gladly recommrtij Pr. WPTW.. PavoHteVmLTtntlon.1 all. .. .. ... ........... .. .. .21 34 3rt MO 0.1 form of law acknowledged the foreftolnif limtrunient PREPAID
write* Mrs. J. W. O. Stephen*. o all .. ......... ......... . .. \7 84 88 ttM: Wall to be his act and deed for the purposes
match they inadu a search but found kill*. Nurthambrrlaad County; Va. Hiferemy . ....... ..... ........ ...ill 84 W "4I 60 therein specified.
M nothing und concluded that the plunder third little boy wa born 1 t<1olL Ids battle*, all. .. . .... .... .... .. .. .. ..31 84 3H MI AO Witness my had and 8a' of office, the 18th
lie I*the flncat cfcfld ami has Nren front birth, all. ...... .. .. ........ ..... 8.1 34 8M 8411100 lay of January. I>. I.NM.FRANZ
bad not ;yet beeu brought\ In. The lock and I suffered wry mnch Iran than I er did Wl,. .. ............... .... .... ..3S 84 88 8-JOOO ( JR. W
to the door bad been only Injured and before I anhmitatmiily adM e expectant all .. .... .... .. ........ ... .. ... T 85: 87 641 70 (Seal] RICK. .
j but could close mothers to iwe the Favorite rreav:i'\Iptioa.* all.. ........ .. ..... ............ ..IT 311 :37 11.1\111I\ expires 1otr. Puhle.Comml.loo ,
that not so badly they Itas all .. ... .. .............. ...... ...19 35 37 ""' 2118 l Ie :1th 10 ?
before.? Having done BOo they took I The dealer who offers a substitute for all .. ...... .. ......... .. .. ... .. 21 35 37 64i 24 STAn: PENNSYLVANIA, I
of Favorite Prescription docs so to gain!: all ... ..... ........ ...... .. .. 87 35 37 KW: :20 COt.XT Y or 1>HII.ADBU-BIA. (
position In the room the woman opposite the little more profit paid on the sale all . .. .. ........... ..... 2ft 35 37 641)16 Personally appeared before me a
and waited. of less meritorious medicines all .. .. .... ........ ..... ... .. .. at 35 97 64100 .'ublo. thla Ifith day of .Januar. 1. D.otr, I D

Just before dawn thero was a step la I>r. Pierce's Common Sense Medical .'rn..la Hhnnk Brw.. and duly that sworn tbe .
to depoeea says
tcpordlnff
tbe hall bl'loand some one came Adviner, containing 1008 pn es, is sent For Constipation! nml Indigestion .ttm"nt contained in the foreirolnf; Instru* fOR

stealthily up the staircase, paused at /rte on receipt of stamps to pay expense Try a bottle of our world's laxative, AfcoleU ar true ami that It le Intnde'lln rood Dfllt.RfD

the door opposite, took out a key. unlocked of>mulling only. Send ji onecent.tamp" : at all dniEgtst B. R. Wilson A Faith MI 1 carry out tbe purpoeee ad ObJ8t therela I

the door and entered. MacAltster for the cloth-bound volume or Son agents for Titusvllle or mailed to forth.FRANCIS 8HUNK BIOWN. $1259

was about to move against him only at stamps for the book in paperCn'er. any addreM on receipt of lOcta In itarnps. Sworn and ..nhrlb to before te day I (.
... Address Dr. R.: V. Pierce Buffalo and year
when the cop stopped bin Acid real, The Afco Chemical Co., Jack ao.. EHRUCH JR.It .

"lYrhauu there: are.mor below wait N Y. sonville. feb20 [Seal] Notary Public. !Agent8 for the Pabat Brewing Co.EAST .











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ofeaatonal Cards. RHEUMATISM THE GROWTH-OF FLORIDA. CRUSHING A BORE. THE COOKBOOK. Women as Well as Men ''


0 )d. BOBBINS, The Authority OB Nntnrnl Illntory Peeled, chopped tomato sprinkledover Are Made Miserable by
VALKA.BIA. FLA. Jan 20 1903. .
CURED AT LAST. That S>ilney. Smith Quoted.Sydney lettuce, the whole covered with

TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Editor East Coast Adeorate: Smith Jokes have a delicate French dressir, makes a Russian! Kidney Trouble. ; ,

AT-LAW. It Is to the Interest of every. Individual,, flavor of age, but an au >cdote In "Mem salad f.< i

Good News For All Who Suite as well as every community In this State odes of Half a Century" has not been To' steam potatoes peel them and 1 't I

practice in State and 'United States With. Itheumatlsm Free. i hat Investors, whether of large or mall told so often ns some of the classic when very clean put them !lit a colander Kidney,and trouble lessens preys ambition upon the; beauty mind,,vigor discourages j. 4

Court. To all who suffer with means, should locate la Florida. over boiling wiitcr. Obwr tightly t tt
Rheumatism I tales. Sydney; was a guest at the dinner .. and cheerfulness soon f
will gladly send free Each prospective Investor come prosumably lid and leave them until done. : I -l,
the
at TITUSVILLK FLA.L. wonderful story with n :1 disappear when the kid- '
Office/ of how with a preference for some par- of an archdeacon, mid a fellow i 1
my mother was cured after year 'l'urrllgolIt'a"t'n im1 roost useful In neys are out of order I
ticularly looall ty,yet with no fixed choice,, whose hobby Will natural history '
guest '
suffering/ together: with the most elaborate snlud and should- scalded, mnut-zcil or diseased. rh ,
GAULDEN,. treatise on Rheumatism ever publish and naturally makes Inquiries In many I wag a bore if once started on his in towel and choiwd tine. This herb Kidney trouble has
ed. directions regarding quality of soil,rangeof a '
Smith promlHcd to try to keep become so prevalent
told subject. zest to the salad that Is IIlwnYI"8)lpr'Cu
lIe is o given It
temperature etc. etc.
N "
No "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, matter wbat your form of Rheuma him In check. The naturalist got his ; that it la not uncommon .
stories about the >tl.
tlsm Is, whether acute, cbronlo, muscu many conflicting par- tl for a child to be born \ ,'
&I practice In all the Court of the Stat Inr, Inll.tmmatory, deformant sciatic tlcular section he show preference for, opening. "'b '11 making lioof tea, never add ''i .s. >afflicted with weak kid'I
"
"' he "have f
and the United State Court.. that final)', he becomes like a rudderless Ir. Archdeacon, said has been cooking "", ,'
odds neuralgia, gout, lumbago, eto-no mat- boat the nll till the meat \,'$ -- neys. If the child urln- 1
V Box,238. TITC8VIIXE, FLA. ter how many doctors have failed In adrift on the sen. of ;yon seen the pamphlet written by my 'for several hours\ Salt! Ill.tltI11111 the __;_ *"" ates too open If the I 1 a

your case-no matter how many socallei The writer calls to mind an Instance friend, Profecntor. IMckenmm, on the re- fiber and pfeveiils, It giving out all Its urlno scalds the flesh or If, when the child r.1

"sure cures" you have tried-I want you this kind which occurred a short time I workable( size of the eye'in a common. nourishing properties. reaches an Ago when It should be. able to

J. WEBB, to write to me and let me toll vou how ago. He had Interested a man who house fly?" control the passage. It Is yet afflicted with ,
amount of capital A steak inch thick requires to be .
represented a large one
mother cured.I the of .
was Th archdeacon courteously said he bedwettingdepend upon It. cause I
ATTORNKY-AT-LAVV am neither seeking investment, and composed of brolU e\eu'tuUiutes; one Inch and a the Is trouble and the first '
a Doctor nor Professor had not. The bore pursued his ndvan difficulty kidney I'
simply a many Individuals! forming a syndicate. ,half, twelve minutes; two Inches, should be towards the treatment of
foil practice In the Courts of the 7th plain man of business-but.I settler himself and having tags: step ,,t
old
Being an ,
have CURE minutes, near the tire at first these This
a for Rheumatism, and :I twenty Important organs. unpleasant J 'J
ult. Taxes paid for non-residents the he "I It Is a most Interesting -
assure
Interest of Florida at heart can you;
want to tell everyone who suffers with and then four Inches away. trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
| rents and accounts, collected. was urgent I In his request that this representative pamphlet, setting! forth pnrtlcu
Rheumatism all about it. I wish to be A substitute fur cupcr sauce lo made kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as )
of capital should visit the State unobserved to the unu'seal
Inns hitherto as
SVILLE, FLORIDA. i clearly understood and most people suppose. '
trust that all holllug some iiprhis of parsley slowly -
and learn for himself .the opportunitiesFlorida by
who size of that Women well made miserable >
are suffering with this terrible disease eye. as as men are -
beeouii hud color. Do not
however offered for Increaslng'that capit-- "I deny the factl' said a voice from to let It n with kidney and bladder trouble .
D.. PENNEY, apparently beyond the al. lie dilated the profits to be derived it fine Set it In melted butter, \:
upon chop
and both need tho
reach of same remedy.
cure, will write to me this day the other end of the table. All sudledsave great v
and I will send you by return mall thli! from the raising of pineapples and the bore 'senHOii with suit and a Uennertspoonful The mild and the Immediate effect of i

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, work of mine. I appeal to the orange:( of vinegar, holl up mid serve. Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It la sold '
especially In the State the "You deny the fact, sir? said! he.
gentleman -
visiting
_. '" -
Ill" who -- by druggists, In fifty-
"chronically are wearied aDd Invited to visit the section "Mny\ I ask on what authority you condemn
was
FLORIDA naturally '
USVILLE, discouraged with "doctoring" and to Simple ColIIt.Coa.fIto cent and one dollar II" .:: -,
In which the writer liked and while en the of most
those who have been investigations my sizes. You have [I MilIA.'W' i i ,, '
aside
cast may
hi I practice lo all the courts of the 7th! curable." All have as "In- route from Jacksonville to Valkarla (at learned friend?" be simple. If at all prolonged.The ,: sample bottle by mall''II I

Judicial Circuit. Rheumatism may you be wrong.thought Let me about tel! which latter point It was planned to put "I deny tho fact" replied! Smith, safest wayJs to put then aside at free, also pamphlet tell- Rom.d 5w twr.Re.t ,
In over f"rty acres of pineapples), upon denial evidence the very beginning. Ballard Horeliound all about of the
you our experience. Surely: If you have "and I Imse! my on Ing It. Including. many
making Inquiries! along the line, he was Syrup stops a oold and removes -
thousands of testimonial letters received
well known
Rheumatism Immortal
have wedded to verso
A. FROST, a suffering friend, told at each particular town and hamlet the cause of colds. 25o, Mo, and *l bot-
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from sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmer I
I it will to otTer scholar at least at this tnble! writing
investigate i
pay you my ,, to every A Son's.tlhrl .
that that was the spot alone where either tlos:at V. It. Wilson bo and
and for & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., sure
anyway, prove yourself these The euipliHftls hild on scholar nettled
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW could be raised ..uocess'fully
claims 1 make. pines or oranges; mention this paper. ,,1'
and that frosts and freezes were of the tinturulist by implication. "Well, ,\ .
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Jll practice in all the Courts of the 7th Send me your address! todaya postal frequent occurrences everywhere else, sir," he said, "will you have the kInd- Judicial Circuit. card will do-and I will mall you this The dully talk of the llebrideans has
that all the land around, barring that ness to quote your authority 'I;'

[ '1'rrusvit.LB! -. FLORIDA.. friends wonderful Buffering story.with If Rheumatism you have any owned by the narrator of the fiction, was "I will, sir. The evidence Is! those a shrewd pIctureMquoncss. "Let the t:

matter where located, send me their no unfit to raise anything, and the mosquitoes well known, I may say Immortal, lines: loan tfo lauKhliiK hOIlltlly say. \
were a veritable plague. That I.... "U direful of whatever you t .1'1
address and I will mall thorn him dl.?
"Who
-REDBRICK A. MORGAN a copy. saw V .
The would-txi Investor was nonplussed; "
[My address is VICTOR RAIN BOLT. "I." sell. the lly have borrowed. ArMV. \
Bloomfleld. Ind. then he became suspicious and skeptical, "With my little eye. !" If u person were to bll met coldlyon

Abstracts of Title. unable to believe so many conflicting The guests roared, and during the( !going to u frleud'M house, he wouldS1I3' l "
stories. The upshot of the matter was !
|EAL EiTATE AND INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. that over fifty thousand dollars was diverted rest of the dinner nothing further was :

Loans, Notary Public. from the State, which, If Invested )heard on the subject of natural his "The shore is the same, but the shellfish I

illections Typewriting IDEAL 1<'T40m D 1 HOTEL which anywhere In Florida, would have resultedIn tory. Is not Hit* mi'1111...." I'' : .:

Stenography. cost ITS.OOO: with connecting park of benefit, In some degree, either directlyor The liiipoNMllile denoted by "bhl<,k. r.f. ',,4 ,

TITUSVILLE, FLA.. (110! acres subdivided, bordered by beautiful Indirectly, to every Individual In the Good Advice. berries\ hi mlilwinter,, and sea IfU II s' 1 {
lake,good bass fishing boat house ; I
State.
The most miserable beings: the worldare eggs In 1111t 11I11 II.
I A. FROST. WADE, II. JONES. I billiards, pool, bowling, tennis, coldlinks If we desire individual prosperity It those suffering from dyspepsia and "1 Setter thin kneading than to bi
spring! pure water (Identical Imperative that we cultivate an Interest More that seventy-rive loaf la betterthan \'
liver That ix, "Half
complaint. a I'"
& JONES, with Poland), pumped by engine, 80 h. In the growth and welfare of the of the people In the United StatesAre uiiity.i .-.. "
FROST p.boiler,laul1llry,600 feet piazzaspring State, for only as the State grows can percent afflicted with these two diseases and no bread. I II
house with $2,000 team pump, gas Interest "Tho in.iii" who Is Idle\ will put the I ,
our prosper. their effects such as sour stomach, sick
EAL ESTATE AND : !
INSURANCE, throughout,
Loans and Collections. house, completely furnished! stable 80x raises bountiful crops or is' able to dispose tion of the, heart, heart-burn,waterbrash.gnawing "He that does not look before him Miss Ida M. Snyder. "t'll i 'i.;

TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.EO. 40, private car track to station. Price, of his land at a good: price. For It and burning pal us at the pit of will look behind him." I

$25,000, including furniture, boats, vehlcies is logical conclusion that contiguous the stomich, yellow skin, a"at.elt mouth, "A house without n dog without n nrookl.vn Treaewr.rofhe 1>M. End Art CInb. I
horses: car and car shed, perfect I property under like conditions can do low little child, is house
joining:up of food aftereatlug, spirits, (cat without a a would attention to
A. WORLEY repair, one of the lovllest: spots in Florida the same. Whatever tends to the goodof bottle If women pay more t
etc Go to druggist and get a without ,. and without Il1ujlb'
Price, if2.-( ::,000, part cash one, redounds to the benefit of all. your pleasure their health ws would have mars hippy t IWIV"J
of Flower for 25 or 7A cents. '
August ter. mothers end daughters and If they
BAY RIDGE FLA. The of ,
ATTORNEYATLAW.neral grove So also will adverse comments concern- It. I
doses will relieve Try
Two
O. 0. Bailey, of Boston, cost him $1,- Ing adjacent property reach to the detriment you. observe results they would find! ,
practice' In 'State and Federal flOO) cottage and ten acres opposite* P. of our own. "Soiling another will ., Dent Liniment on Knrtli. 1 that the docton prescriptions do not )

Courts receive. All business entrusted will O. Price, $400. Apply to Chapin's never make one's own shirt clean." On a Slielf."Mamma" Henry D, Baldwin, Supt. City WaterWorks I perlorm the many curse hey art jlvcn ; ,,

prompt attention. Farm Agency, Boston. EDWARD CECIL. asked little three-year-old Shullsburg, WIs., writes:"! have I credit for. 4I' i 1 \
r tneral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate PEAK ORCHARD. At Green COVI''prlllgs to heaven when tried many kinds of liniment, but have In consulting with my druggist he ad.
"do
Margie, peoplo go f'
Miami. 21)) acre, 1,000 La Conte and never received much benefit until I used vlied MtElrte'i Wine of Cardufand Thed. '
., Don't Worry. they die? ford's Black-Orsught, and so I took It and
MIAMI FLORIDA. Keifer pears, sold 1,000( bushels last Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism t.
season, cottage of 4 rooms, piazzas on Thin Is easier said than done, yet it "Yes, dear, If they are Rood replied and pains. I think It the best liniment have every reason. to thank him for a new '' 1 l

JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY three sides, surrounded with pine trees. may be of some help consider the mut her mother._ on earth: 2Bc, 50o and #1 bottle at. B. R. lit. opened up lo me with restored health', I ''
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Burn, carriage house and granary. ter. If the cause is something over which "Then I guess! grandpa wasn't any iVIlnon A Son.KIDNEY. and (U only took three months to cure me. ,

:Scuppernong and Thomas grape arbors you have no control it Is nb ln>ns that') goal," rejoined tho little fill"". 'cmme Wine of Cardui it a regulatorcf the I !i.r
A. MBUCK.: .
over 1,200:' feet. Price only $1,100() worrying I will not help the matter In lhoast. when he died they Just put him on ailu'lf nivnittrual functions. and u a most as- I '

Shipping Master; fiji/II'/ ) cash, Motel II. W Hancock, On the other hand, If within your In a big\ stone house and locked toni hing tonio tprwotucn. It cures

Hotel help a specialty. owner, Abbey St.: Augustine, or control you haw only to act. When you the; Ouor."-Chicago,; News. DISEASES scanty, iiipprmuMNi, too frpqucnt,irrpg- yrularandpamfulnienstruafionfalling 1,
10 South Laura St. toOhapln's Farm Agency, Boston (lave a cold! and fear an attAck of nen- -- -- :,,1\\

JACKSONVILLE, '- FLORIDA PEAK ORCHARD( at Bristol, Fla ;in;on I IB, buJb --of--Cb Rlh rlalo'aI ? The peculiar cough which Indicates of the womb whites and! flooding It 1, I
half-mile from landing, 2,225 La Conte Cough Remedy, and use It judiciously helpful when approaching woman
/ croup, I Is usually well known to the fatal of all di ft
pears In bearing. 00 acres in town lots, and all cause for worry as to the outcome of children No time ire the most > hood, during pregnancy, after child- ,

TEPIIEN E. FOSTER: beautifully situated bordering lake 3 will quickly' disappear. There Is no danger should! rs be lost croupy In the treatment. of It, and eases.FOLEY'S. birth and in change of life. It fre- "t, ,,1\\

miles In circumference; has produced! of pneumonia when It Is used. For for thlll no medicine hall renal,. quontly brinff .a dear baby to homes ,. I

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, cotton,tobacco,sweet potatoes,peanuts sale by druggists and medicine dealers, cd more purpose universal approval than Cham- KIDNEY CURE III I that have boon barren fur years All I' l i '
corn and .vega'ables, 11 acres In. i>liie I F druggist; have $1.00 bottle of Wine I s
berlain's Cough Remedy L><> not waste
Sims Building, wood of pood growth, probably undermined -. Whet Waal.1a"ton Laek.l valuable time In experimenting with nn- 6uaranti9d RImed) of Cardui, p' ;, II L" J
with ) and kaolin cottage
phosphate)
JACKSONVILLE fIWI
FLA.ATTORNEYATLAW.
how
tried remedies no matter highly-
of 4 room, hall in center, :All feet There Is no avenue Washington but
this medicine
recommended a*
long, beautifully situated on brow of which measures adequately lip to the directed and all, symptoms give of croup will, \ or money refunded. Contain Eo'CARDUI t r

FORGE W., ALLEN, hill overlooking Jake. Price *850, *1OU full deiimiuls of civic IIl'flllty.Vood- quickly disappear. For mile by all druggists remedies recognized by eminent :

cash, balance $aOO) a year,5 per cent Interest wlu'tll1\1'1I\1I! in Detroit, Euclid avenue and medicine dealers the best lot ,,1
cost Col. Wise :iM.OOO. physicians as I I.t
( ) In Clisvt'land( Peachtrt'p venue in At- -

JBY WEST FLORIDA AT ORMOXD( attractive two-story liintu, Independence menuc in Kansas: KIdney and Bladder troubles.
Msa'a
I Will\ praotlce In the United !States furnished house, piazzas except, six silver rooms! and completely linen, lot City cud Summit avenue In St. Paul A Trlbnt" PRICE SOe sol $1.00. .t '
niUKlclnit?
| d State Courts. 9jun03 100x114, good frontage on Lincoln are nil examples' of hnndsome thor- "You admire"that answered Mr. Curnrox."For It. 1C. WILSO.V Jb SON. t'l"t'l"f'

avenue, shade trees and shrubbery, oiighftlrcs, where uiiiKiiIllcent private "Wry'much, '
S. food repair, pleasantly situated, tine residences are set iu miniature parks.On .. his compositions or for his performances Seeds q ,
M. D. "
BURNHAM : neighborhood, on river, opposite Hotel U larger scale Brookllm*, mete HOH- ? r- the Kind I

Jrmond; cistern of :2,400.! gallon capac- ton, presents a charming picture of "Neither. For his nerve In charging i "i .

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, i Ity. Northern owner Is unable to oc- suburban development along picturesque 93 a seat."-Washington Star. J : that Leads ,
self{ murwrIntel runts .
*:MO cash -- -- --- i
I copy will sell all for 7-W; Therein uoth. sail 6y R/l dtlalun4
and artistic linen.
Ear
Nose and Throat. balance: $Ia( ) a year. Key with W. F'. "' We Give Any Lady laNead Ansuatpoatp.ld
'I of tho kind in Washington. Washington aa.u f 1R.
EST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.R. Colby near by. Immediate possession.Chapin's lug I'osthit's. ; A splendid chance to earn spending pPUu au. ;

Farm Agency, Herald buildIng money very easily working for us In their 0. M. forry a Co? '

Boston, Mass. leisure time the work Is not hard, and : I 0e1roI1, MIOM
\ rrOUGHTO FI.ORIO one of the best Johanna Soderholm, of Furgus! ;
THE woman or girl who has a little spare < :
in the vicinity of St. felt and dislocated her any ad f fa
known groves Falls, Minn., lime will do well to avail themselves of I'o ,
\LOATING Augustine, beautifully located, on King shoulder. She had a surgeon: get It back earn V i
DENTAL thi great pportunlty money
4PAItI'MENT3on street, within 15 minutes walk from In place as soon flu possible, but It wa I Send up 25: cents (silver. ) and we will at 6 I ft(
the "Dentos," Ponce de Leon hotel,about 4 acres land quite sore and pained her very much. I once send yon the cloth with full dins : : I''
with orange trees and rare Dowering Her son mentioned he had seen Chamber anywhere In the U :
tions, prepaid by us
Now AT PALM BEACH. plants and shrubs, 2-story house,O high lain's Pain Balm advertised for sprain. S., so that you can commence work at The Largest and Most Com. '1 \ "

rooms,double piazzas; stable! of good and soreness, and she asked him to buya Address, HK1LLIAXTINA CO., i (24 I

*oley's KJdneyCure Size, carriage house, etc. Was valued bottle of It, whlc" .be did. It quicklyrelieved mice.(Q 74)) Koxbury, Mam.KI ( :3 nr slate Establishment South. 1 )-
i her to sleep,
her and enabled
at 'lIIUU: ( < a few years ago; price now ;
Jake kidneys and bladder right. ( had not done for several day.. G GEO. S HACKER & SON
$2,500; tOO; ( cash, balance $2(10 a year which she '
5 per cent interest. Apply to Rev. Martin The son was so much pleased with the <>iTt>rlnn the (full .'./04... ;Z:: a Ei :
ITTAXTED-A TRUSTWORTHY GKNTLK- Fla. his mother that he bus since calhis and floe I i
I Hancox, :o\t\ Augustine, relief It gave In September rt-pot ,
i T man or lady' In each oniuitr to manage others. For sale :a (1)Ui ,
SEASHORE( Cottage, recommended It to
business. for an old established house of FURNISHED many TS Will SIOIl foll.vth'r the 0'iW r
'll'l" financial eta ding. A stritlKht, bona flileekiy near surf bathing and excellent fishing, by all druggist and medicine dealers, era are cut remove to a cool place fora .J "j

>eilnosilay ciwh" with salary. all of expenses(18,00 paid direct by from check boad-each fronting Light louse avenue, 2-story fortnight for a rest. hiring again to Q Pei

urters. Money arh.n..ed for expeo""" .. !Man house, double piazzas, 0 rooms, which Fnrwot tllmmrlt. warmth and stimulating treatment, Ss '
:.8I',34fl<1 Caxton Bldg Chicago. 2J'"i3 alone cost *],.',O(), stable,2 lots land. ;Mrs. Ilenpwk-We her bin married and flowers will be the reward. : '
new
I'rieel,11N) : ) with furniture; $100 cash twenty years today. Illnnu.Hiruin s. n c, CI CIMANUFACTURERS '

ANNER SALVE balance WO: a year, 5 per cent I Interest. with R'Jfh-Ye.' ) for twenty "f I
( a Cure Illood and Skin Diseases, tfo
Apply to Rev. Martin Hancox:, owner, i EO I' "
the most healing salve In the world. .st Augustine, Fla. years wove fuuaht Itching Humors. Rczeinu, ..... ii't A

- "SAXSAKA HALT" upon which Mrs. Hunpwk (ccowllng) What 11.CU ..... ,
:
","
de Ban expended much money. You old wretch! Scrofula, Etc. s ... ". 1 ,
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Baron ldIo'i' ., .... "ijl
p Imposing mansion, extensive grounds, Iflrum "quickly)-Life's battles together Bend no money-simply write and try ) ''Is e'g. _: __ -" Ii'! J, j

10l4 corner lot on King street, in perfect ;Mlrundy.-Judge. Ootonlo Blood Balm at our 8xpen e. A fi: 5" P.-,...:.;. ,.lj ,
repair. Price only .",ifJ) ; $IXK,( ) cash. M. BW.i M 9 personal trial of Blood Balm I. better a

Apply to owner, Rev. Martin Hancox, Ton Vuloabl to Lo.. than a thousand printed testimonials sodon't < P F OF ,:
and details write for a free sample:
t "ht. AugiiNtine. Pictures hesitate to rs.D >
postpaid by Chapin's Farm Agency Mr. Oromiu! -Sure; Molke, an' .what If you suffer from ulcers. eczema,serob Doors Sash Blinds '

Herald building, Boston. did yea do wit' yuro dor*? nU, blood poison, cancer eating sores, i
reiiidence MlkP\ -Oh, hfl wtw wort' flO ai 01 skin, pimples, bolls., bone pains, .en 5'
.I + attractive Itching .
;Y'-:'::;1 TRADE [AGXOI.T A, the I CD i aiding t( & Building Material ; 4
J- > ., (I'!. DL MARK&e. on King street, with iron.fenceand kep' t'lnkln' If"some 'wan ah'd stale swellings, rheumatism, catarrh, or any ,
t 'i'4"' Fountain Nearly opposite um 01 could 111 afford th' loss to 01 blood or skin disease, we advise yon to
Boy Blood Maim ((11. U. D.), I if Office A: Warerooms, King, oppo.Itf "
w ,'1lnir a>ket>>h and l: n our opinion I wbtther an 1:1(10( cash Especially recommended for 01<1. obstinate
half coot < :
:: ;' : enmmunfaMlyamdd.ntlaL PM nU- only $2,800, not ; Bostnnorto11ev. News. deep seated cases of malignant UI p pm
? t'liltmt. .,. rr.emringj.atena lUntlhnokon ',. Apply to Chapln' Farm Agency Sansara, If UnwellTry blood, or skin disease, because Botanic I Charleston] S. C.
6tirnu Martin Hancox: ,
h Munn it (;0 racers: '
dl 1t't*><::*,:chume. lathe Augustine a /50o bottle of Ilerbloc, notice theimprovement Blood Balm ((8. II. 13.) kills the poison In < .
Hall, St. where all else. fails,heals Sash Weights Cord and s
Scientific ESTABLISHED and profitable speedily effected In your the blood,,euros ,
J.incricaii. A WELL \ the blood and de .
strength and vigor.. sore makes pure
building in appetite, energy, every J
,-> _.... : .. Florida business, the skin the rich glow of ,
me''lrnini tT '"'l IwrgMt- Watch how Ic brightens the spirit, gives rich, gives [ Hardware.
.- nf any ii-lentldo pmrnal. T..rnm. (J a repair, double store, postottlce, blood '
, &tdgailn.wadwal.n.. good be appointed freedom from Indigestion and debility. health U. I). B., the most perfect { }

:MINN! &10jt'1-Co; 3818oad"'l. New York etc. Buyer would hall probably above, rented tohur..II Isaac Story, Ava, Mo., wrIt ,.Wept 10th, purifier made. Thoroughly tested forW) ii Window and Fancy Class I '-
postmaster; 1900. "I was In bad health I had stomach years. Cost $1 per large bottle at drug P I
Brucfa D.U stock at cost or appraisal I
UlBcw.
iE F BU Wsahlumon clean of LI
good small store building trouble for li; month, also dumb stores. To prove it cures, sample A SPECIALTY. ,
f.n LEAD ; also a minutes chills. Dr. J. W. Mory prescribed Her. Blood Balm sent by writing Blood Balm
Few
FOR SALE. in quantit well.
at the ADVOCATE office.any which always rents de Leon Hotel. Price blue It cured me In two week. I cannot Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and I .ri
walk from Ponce recommend it too highly It will do free medical advice sent In sealed letter. .b Foley's Honey mad Tar
,Df real estate ,'<>, part Agency all claim for It." Sold by B. K. B3T-Thl 1s an honest offer-medicine L
Tar t'haplu'. Farm Bos- you fo, bJJdnnul ,.un. No opiates. .
mailed by
Oeo dHofln ands I Wilson 4 Son. sent .t once prepaid. .; "

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JANUARY 30. 1903. .

President nTu,y.... .......... BBOWN, Vice''Preeldty
t J..A.KES. P rroHABD, ;
1 = C. S. ScHtrYiJtn: Caahier. W. 8. BKAWMIMO: A llt. Caahlei



EAST COAST-ADVOCATE. THE is SUCCESSFUL a well known fact MERCHANTIt that sue.. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN B


'TEe DBTBontmar business I is not reached nowadays
DBTOTBD TO In
cess
JOOaKAL
A waLT Biliousness DEPOSITORY.
COUNTY
LA KBWOaTB method: .
or 'TUB INDIAN BITCH by the easy-going
ABD BlftOAYBB.AT**OT1OH*. that obtained not a great many MaKes Authorized capital $ J iooc

limes in the United Paid up capital, $25'0

PUBLIgHKD KVBBY FAIOAY.OMABLBI years States ago.have changed very much,, Chronic Invalids. Average deposits $100,0:

H. WALTON, Editor A publtuheDUoontinuance and the people have changed with When the liver is torpid, the bile enters the blood asa -

them. Push is the thing that now virulent poion; then comet thai tram of Liver Ills : st Transacts a General Bani!
of a4vts mutt be made peiaally carries a man ahead, and it is th< _

1 at this onice or by writing "hustler" that gets there ON'sp'llyLL'
lively
most \' Business.
merchant } 1
Ohecketo.,may be made payable to CHABLIH. first. It is useless for a ILLS y
in
WALTOH,publlnlior. to sit down like old Mackawber, it, '
Dicken's work, "waiting for something M Largest and Oldest Bank on the tiP

I BOSTON OFFICE-Til It 13AW Atlnntto CoA T avenue ADV ortloe/ at 404
Raton' ban, which opened will an bu In charge of Mr. ClautdC. there until the seat of his trousers the liver'just the right touch and starts Nature's i i -- .

.\Talton.ITy wear out, and be all the poorer work in the right manner. The Pill touches the 1 l'atronageappreciated. Prompt Bervlc,
pusher is the man that treatment,and every favor counUtuiit wiltS i
The steady .
the
the Pellets
liver tone
for Infonnu: be lyitem. + .".tIV. banking granted.
the ADVOCATE while
la writing t> lets other fellows walt
tlon of any kind the writer will oh)me by eiicloi what they Sample and DooKlet Fro*. CORRESPONDENTSSeaboard I
envolopit.Addreii rushes ahead and pockets National' Bunk of New York,},
Jug a 'IIII.oI."hl.d are after from the purses of the tI As Complete Treatment t e M a National Bank of Jacksonville, Flu.

all communication to townspeople and the visitors to b4' ,,,, IS days IS 1V. rim> ,. .rITUSVILI..E, FLA.
f\\ :
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, pusher 0i **
town. As a rule the steady Ir." fna.wl0re'gold -- .
---
., FLOKIDA. -
TILL
TITU -
who is determined
-
business-the man
_____ ______ in
u --- ------- succeed-Is nearly always
to FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN
0. 8. Department of Agriculture the largest advertiser in bit TIlE SOUTHERN

,' Weather Uureau-Jupiter, Fla town. You can pick up the local

and always find his ad. in by K. K. WILSON SON. TITUSVILZ.K. Coke Brick Lime Cement

The following a comparative, state it paper, telling the people that he has so- ----- -- __.u._-__--_.-._____________ -______ ------- Wood, Coal, ,

went of temperature and rainfall forth< and-eo for sale and that be wants Interesting sermon to a large congregation -
*
week ending Tuesday Jan. 27. l00'J.1003 Rockledge-Cocoa. reached
trade. at the chapel. Mr. Bogert
their
MAX.- Miy.- MAX.-1902DATBU MIX- This steady-and continuous kind Rockledge on Saturday.this pulpit: lie on'will Sunday continue Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick...".

21 75 (12 73 58 of advertising is the lubricating oil G. B. Pltzer paid Rockledge a visit last mornings to occupy, and preach at Tltusvllle on

22 72 68 (Id 49 of his business wheels, and he never Tuesday.Mrs. Sunday evenings for the next three Offices foot of Hogan Street ,Jacksonville, Florida.. Telephone No!
JO
23 24 73 70: 61/65) 117 71 40 allows them to lag or creak for the W. V. Rhoad, who was very 111 months. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manafler.MeMurray .

{ :25 '74 05 7* 68 want of it, for there are strangers last week, Improving: rapidly.E. DO YOU WANT 600 HUSTLING REAL --_.- ---
211 '78 C lit! 75 OfJ continually coming to our town and A. Hartwell has been quite unwell endeavoring todlspone of
27 78 73: 78 07 I who invariably read the local for a few days past but we hope for hU estate agents. have for sale or
the week: 1.71 I county any propel ty you may '
rainfall for
u Total normal rainfall for the paper to find' out where they prompt Improvement.Mrs. exchange ? If so, send full particularsof & Baker
from :
Departure 0.80 Inches. Departure but what they need. Hard E. M. Ilornle, who has been with what you have to I- R. Benjamin,
can
week:normal plus rainfall since January 1. business are Incentives her father, the Belgian Consul,L.deOlve,, Ilanoverton O.CHURCH. .
from times and
.
poor for some time, have. returned to Atlanta,
r plus 3.44 Inches. to increasing his advertising NOTICES. 4O1-413 East Day Street. Jaeksonvllle!Florida.
Observer.
IIAL. P. IlABDiif,
rather than any argument for him Go.It Is desired that all Interested In a and Jobbers of-
to cut down his advertising space Sunday school and bible. study, meet at -Makers
4 Ex.Gov. Bob Taylor, of Tennessee the principle that it needs the Rockledga chapel next. Sunday. morn Rev. T. J. Sparkman of DeLand, will

known several years ago as the'fiddling -upon more power to drag a cart up the Ing at 10 o'clock. preach In the Baptist church next Sun. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Matei

governor," Is credited with hill than down it. It will pay the I W. L. Mellon's houlleboatthe Vega day.The .
honda at anchor In front of Hotel Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday
.
i a desire to go to the United States semi-occasional advertising merchant Indian River lies It will probably remain school will meet at 3CX every Sunday Saddlery, Rubber Tires., I

Senate. Recently he invaded to ponder over the successful here until jo February. afternoon. &c.

Nashville where the Legislaturewas business methods of all rich Tuesday evening a great many peoplewere Archdeacon B. F. Brown has been In First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c.

in session with a lecture on merchants, and remember the fact entertained and amused by speeches Orlando this week attending the Episcopal ,

"The Fiddle and the Bow. that; a man cannot go fishing without and music by a gramaphone on board a Convention.

bait. Advertising to a merchant boat at the Plaza dock. Archdeacon B. )II'?. Brown will hold Divine Lumber and Building Material

t a CHAHACTBR is the best security is like bait to any of our rod. Why cannot tbe Christian people of service Sunday/: next In St. Marks

" '' that a man can otter in time of and-line fishermen-be cannot very Rockledge get together In the chapel fora cburch..Coooa, at 10:30: a. m. Also In St.
; Gabriels church, Titnsville at 7:30: p. m.
meetlngPYour
mid-week service or
l need. It is better at such times, well do without it. correspondent prayer would suggest We keep everything required In tbe building line from the brick foundation
Rev. Mr. Bogart will preach In the TI.
than collateral bondsL notes or Thursday evening, Feb. 5th, 7:30: p. m. tusvllle Presbyterian church every Sunday -, the ridge cap, including _

1 mortgages. These may be lost or THE San Mateo Item says : "We Monday and Tuesday there registered evening at.7:15: o'clock. Also In the SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.

destroyed, but sound character in congratulate Tltusvllle most sin. at the Plaza hotel thirteen guests each Kockledgechapel every Sunday at 11 turn. /! SPECIALTIES:: Masury. Paints and Varnishes Neponsett A Parotd Rod

4i : a man who pays his debts and is serely on the utilization of the saw day, among them being people from Virginia Paper.
" t reliable, will endure as long as life. palmetto which has formerly been Pennsylvania, New York New Heads Should Never Ache. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.Hodges .
D. C.
Jersey and Washington,
considered only a nuisance which Never endure this trouble. Use at once
t THE managerilAnd proprietors of :cost us more than the land on whichit Miss Leonine Lapham, of Indianola la the remedy that stopped It for Mrs. K.
: her curio O'Hara
with MUs Kate Eyer-at &
now writes
Webster of Winnie Va. she
one hundred A. ,
'M the many beautiful winter resorts grew-sometimes store at Rockledge. The store Is now "Dr; King's New Life Pills wholly cured ,

1 l along the East. Coast are beginningto times as much-for removal.' fan- open In the evening, and presents a very me of sick headaches I had suffered from ...Manufacturers and Doalersfln...
welcome the travellers from the jin Is a standard article, everywhere pretty and attractive appearance. for two yenrn" Cure headache,constipation -

North, East and Went. Florida, Merchantable, and commanding a Among the guests at the New Rook- biliousness. 2.o;; at U. R. Wilson Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE!

1 with ltd incomparable climate, its price like sugar or bacon, but why !ledge hotel are several who have spent & /Son's: drug store. Dreeaed

t tropical beauty and wealth of game should it be taken and the fiber several winters here. Mr. and Mrs. F..J. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
when machln- Simmons, Frank Swan,Judge: Newohafer, JIM.B. Mftcneal,Pros. .las. k.Tate,V. Pres.ftfflSS Mlll and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
and fish and flowers ; its offeringsof thrown; away paper John !McCnrdle B. V. Prince. Thereare to part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Hara Buffalo Bluff Fli .
any
sports and guarantees of society try is cheap and the palmetto onef a goodly number registered at thin

pleasures ; Its assurances of Bright > the best materials known?" pleasant hostelry. \\Nr

skies most days during the., week, Among Tuesday' arrivals at the Hotel ,. The Oldest Established Drain and Seed House In the Btatt.

+ and Its interesting history and untold THE British Imperial cable across Indian Hlver were Judge Lovenz Zellar e/111313F\ : r
of New York and Lincoln J. ,Carter of
resources, naturally attract Pacific connecting Can. a YAA+llts
t tbe ocean, durIng ?
thousands of visitors Chicago. There having registered \ "Witt.: A. Sours: Sc Cc
thousands upon ida with Australia. has been com Monday and Tuesday, respectively, :
I annually and each year seems The cable touches only some thirty or more. ** !

.r I If' ', to bring more and more tourists. to Ilritisb territory, and was built by Mrs. II. J. Hmlth baa sold her !groveIn i flOUF1Nt\ ( ),. JAI J GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,

the East Coast of Florida. be Imperial and Colonial govern- South Rockledge to J. II. Daitghman \ "r J ,

: lid't nents. It is the longest cable in Washington, D. C. Thin la known as Fertilizer
Flour Meal and
Grits
the Manhattan Grove. The commodioushouse ,
I LORD Uobertsof Candahar otherwise he world. launch and ,
the motor
I plant,
I \ l' the British soldiers 112 'Ea.tBayStreet JACKSONVILLE, FLA. f fAstts.
known to orange crop are all Included In the trans '"' err L01718. Ma ,

i [ as "Bobs," the idol of "Tommy At. Tourists Try Comfort.It fer. J1'The \" for furma Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A, L. R'jr. and Plant Syste(
i ; kins," has accepted an invitation I Is what Its name Implies. If you Mr. Robert Daniels,who has been with
of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery ire troubled with your bladder, kidney, Mr. and Mrs R. L. Alotlow, at Cocoa,for best cheapest and most durable for ynh
i 1 of be heumatUm or heart trouble, take Comort. his health for some time, died last Monday of all kind, boiler*,miiokeiitarks,brl I I., Company Boston to It Is pleasant to take and harmless. at Mr. Aldrldge'a bouse, of pneu work,etc. Anyone. can apply It. One c.wt.td. -
their next September. The flclent. Uea<(ly uilxeil for",.it. Fire and water P. :Ruh.lrn.an & Co.
\ 1 guests Ill druKKlsta, KOcta a bottle. B. It. VU.on monia. His sister, Mrs. Motlow; his roof. St' >p.I..ke. Used all over this State for <
Prince.of Wales and his uncle the & Son agents, at Tituavllle. For niece and brother-in-law were with him past fifteen year Send for circular J'rk'8lo

I.. Duke of Connaught have also received further particulars, write your troubleso Ills remains were taken to Tennessee .ten barrel.and,(Ml live cents gallon per pkjra.!gallon lit:\curt belt barrel. 88n.lortle.153 cts..*t
''il warm invitations to the Moo( Chemical Co., Jacksonville, home on Tuesday.Sunday to Florida HardwareCo.Jsua.envllle) KulehtOtef 261 Washington St t NEW YORK.
very ria. Wall Cu Tainua KennerlT H rilware I. H. M.
come over from England with Lord morning last, Rev. I'alatkai 1 Mctverde AFackav.ralaiOeo.. H.Yernald -
Roberts. The Prince of Wales Bogert, of New Jersey, preached a, very ttaiilonl; ft. K.Travl 06 C...,Couoa, Fla.

says tbat if he possibly can he will Indianola. ----------- ----- ---- HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY,

t visit Boston with Lord Roberts. -

4 i On this auapicldus occasion the Mr. Fritz Is having a veranda added to FloridA: : : OrA.ngsELzxc1.:
Honorable Artillery Company .of the south tide of his house. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

London, commanded by Lord Den. Mr. and Mrs Lincoln Mathews, of Columbus : : <:;:rapetru1:

Ohio, are at Oak Cottage.
beigh. Is coming over in a.body. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State and wish to repreEyou
P The Boston Ancients went to England J. M. Field and wife drove up from In Connection with Florida East Coast Rallwny. Effective January 14, 1003.
In 1890 and England welcomed Georgians, Sunday to spend the day also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.
< with their parents. No. 31No.. 321 No. 34 Jn'WEE"f JACKSONVILLE: .A Nil NEW YU"K f'No.211 'I.811. No.33..1"11II" .
them with open arms. They had Il 2Op S 4.a v .cklOOnv le. .'1a. ...tWuther.. &lIw.V"; .. Ar 1fN: a ]('I' 4i" p
) a grand time in the Old Country. Miss Xonle Lapharo went over to Rock. 12 III a 4 wr p 12 Se p L"!a..nnah.o. ,. .Iouthern Rsitway .Ar II 10. I 10 III a I II 06 p
N ledge, lout Monday, to assist Miss EyerIn II 11II. as at a f e J p Ar Charlotte N.C. .. mthem Hal"'y" ....L" It 110 r 4 o. 8 a... ESTABLISHED 1870.
her curio store.A Tillp 6 a Ar olunon a....... n1 .rn ta.. way. Lr 4SOp ...... Ilu6pi.op
I t REFERRING to the killing of Editor / 101na ens r WlUlblnjto'l! D.C.....&rutheniK+ ", ,..L" 1031a .alp Stop
very pleaanvt dRnoe'wu held at the a.zay ilia. eisa Ar lIaltlmore.Md. ....P..nnltylvanl. Lr eras II 3p S20p2M. .
I. Gonzalez In Columbia S. C., club last Thursday evening, and was well Ian p ii 12a ArPhlladalphial'a. ,...renneylvanlsWy.Lr Seas atop 606pS M. Lane & Son
: w, the Boston Post "strikes the nail attended by the home people. 13. 4 13 I 4dp Ar New York .... Penn yhant" It'y. L" 13 Ilia 13 411p< i II ae.s. r
.. I..n. allheSouttern'Rini niwd utvesyiyelet.rtMoiuUs, 'leAv" dcept ,.", ,
01" on the head" when it published the Messrs. Homers, Mathews and Anld amday.. NOlI,33 and 34.-New: York and Florida 11:.",....." 1"11,Dlnlog Care.No .
t'' following editorial: "If there ever have been enjoying floe Hahlng and duck ...29and3O-"WBAhlllKWn.nll .'Iorlda LlDJted." DIIy.To 250 WASHINGTON
I the week In Silos' creek. 6TNa. 13 I ltx ween Jack ..nville) and the Nnnh uu W..a ,No H- No,6D STREET, NEW YORK.
I' \1\ was a deliberate murder, it was hunting past 211 a Up" &n" .owl Is. .. ,. .... out fern Railway .. Ar 8 30.a
that which Lieutenant.Governor Doth Mr. nindle and Mr. Childs, of 3 11II1' 3005 Ar Macon Ua .... ..... .. ... .. tionthern ltdlw.y.. .. ",..'..L" 110. Iicp
Coooa have been In Indianola the past 6iSp 1 62oa ArAtlenta. ..... .. .. .. .."., &wthernRdiway.Lv1053p 1043a1043p Southern Fruit and Producf i
committed. lie shot down .
Tillman 94 a Ar Chattilnonw&.Tenn.. "... NnathernR.liway.." ..... ..1.. 615p el8.:
It, l an unarmed man in the public week. doing work at the Crawford and 1 II. 111'J P Ar CIII.n.tl.Oblo.... ........ t'.n CI'8".oe ..... ..._ Lv'6 30 a II lap [
Fritz houses.New "i7l11a Tifp: 'Iuclunatl ..,...... ..... 1 fjF..r.. .,.., .,....,. ...Ar T10a '"i"'ii6PL
I.' [ street of the capital of the State. 1105 At C.lcagolll_ .."..... ......... .Hg ..o..r........ ..,......'...Lv 83ep ..!.-L!
" i There was no fight no "gun play," Century Comfort. 910a33p ivelnclnnst Otlu........ .... .I'onaylvallia anew .......A Seta S'Op OOcl.xn.1ss1on.: :: :: Mercharsts.: :
be II :alp 1:10.: Ar Chicago.ill.......... .. .. .. 'Itn.I.Line...........A.. s." 1000 a830a
it\ There can no pretext except Millions\ are dally finding a world of 8411&o: ln .tlObl" ............ OHAI.Uono: ",..........A..T.... 600p
t\\ that he feared Gonzales might shoot comfort In Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. It II 661. 1113. Ar(Chicago, .... ....h C H A -Honon......... "..Ly It 00 P 1300 n FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils
I i / him unless he shot first ; and as kills pain from burn., scalds, cuts, 8lO.: 04.fP L"'lnolnnati. OblO ............ .cH B! D-:;Mla k gab! 'entral sr a lid -rup I
\220p: 6toa Ar Toledo.OhIO ,,,.......... .. C HnI-.5tcbganCentratLvIt14p 2r'p\
ulcers and fever .
1! Gonzales bad no weapon, this fear bruise;; conquer' eoresJ. t 2e1: 1 311. Ar letrul" Mlch... ..... ... C 1I.tIt o-Wlobl".n Central v 10 OO.L 12 311 ps Cards and our quotations furnished on application.,
" .a : was entirely imaginary.; We hope cures eruptions, salt rheum, ol. T o-i> L., n..cln..tlLOhl. ,.. ...... Pen""y..t.U.........,.....Ar "ii"10 a 30 I''
i' felons: removes corns and warts Bent _6 "ii_ 1I1I a Ar t'tetetmri'V. ...,........_. Penneylv.nla Lines......... Lv 11Ip_ \I 00. --
,\ the State of South Carolina will pile cure on earth. Only 25o at B. R. alas asi;, Lv{,h..lnn.tl. Ohio: ,,'......... lilil'our.... ..... ..'.........Ar 960 a -f6dp
'i; bang its Lieutenant-Governor for Wilson & Son's drug store. 3COt! S45a .\rCI..I.n..Ol1lo........,..... al!i ..o"r..L" e3op_ 1:1311p:
I 1 t this. The fact that the man he 1311 a II an p Lv Le"lnKton,'ICy,..... .._..... .11."tb..na Rall_'....'.-Ai: WU a Ib-41it Mason M. Clark
10 111 a IIIIp ArLoulnllle, K1..... ....... .. 1I."CheJ'1lRallway..L_ T40a
; murdered has been vilifying him Ins Dude County Land For Sale. ........ 1U.: ArS'L"ul..Mo................. Southern Railway...... .....Lv 10 6 T2ftp Wem ,
\ his newspaper for a long time does fd'"Le.lnKt<,ley ........ ".. .Iloucb.rn -au....,......'. ......r to 43. ::::::::-
s ........ 630p ArloulnillaKy.' .......... .... .Pen""yI91UlIaUn..... .L" 740s ... .
not count. No man should be killed For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof ........ 7 32.: ArCh/e.ao. 19.................. l'Woon.ylvanIaLJo..Lv d. 140. ....."... Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
because h.. is a blackguard. southeast quarter of section 3, town. N..II.ooJ -Cb1-.ajo anoJ"Iurlda 8r..ola!"'arrives daily ezcept lI(onda. ; leaves .tally..cel'& I
There are too of them. The ship 38. south of range 41 east; close to auntla- ,.. Dining c..n.y.. ... 13 and t. Florida z.lmired.," dall9. Dining sera.
many O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on ". "Ie .., oN: u. I" t. .rs ,,1. \O'8 SPECIALTIES
't immediate lesson Is that of the folly St Lucle River; 40 acres. fpJkhsn. a Au. Ry....JAr Th s'.J T4I\p Lv Jac..GYIU.,:. .an.Clty.I..I. a Up :
of carrying a "gun." If the i Also, the northeast quarter of northeast t L"IIa..n&b.. .So. Ry ...Ar e. to.. 31111p .1II'aIArMn.' ... ..,. loop Extra
IMpArA.heville..SoRyLv nor 8 lOp 62u.IAeAtlanta: Early Beans and
of South of section 18, township .Sn.RyLvinsaplos/ Vegetables.
Lieutenant-Governor Car. quarter k 2aTpArRuiSprtnga.aofly... Lvla4ea] II 36a1" II lOp
"ollna south of range 41 east; on south for .,, 81 ....L" rM.mPbf..rtttCO..L"I.1 ....
had not gone about armed to St.: Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to IOnp......,+ ... .. ..,... Florida
shoot somebody he would not today CHAS XI. WALTOW, ....Han 1'-"The .'Iorl'" l.Iwl\8d." DaJI ly. Dlnlnc cera. Oranges and Grapefruit.

; be in Jail charged with murder." Tltusvllle Fla. 11. F. CAleY, Dist. PaIS..Agt., 10H W. Day St,Jackaonvllle Fla. 110 Murray Street and 166 West Street NEW YORE.l l

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K>,ST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY SO, 1903. 5

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Stuart. I' GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
Jensen.
IE OLD RELIABLE 1

::1VJBRC: :: :: >S. ,
Oeo. \V. Thomas left, Tuesday morn Archdeacon Brown of Titusvllle" belli .

tag, for a few days' visit with his parent Divine service at All Saints church, ]IBltt 1

at Starke. Sunday.S. WHOLESALE GROCERS r

Chas. McPberson has just received i anew A. Wits has caught the largest sea
bicycle, which he will' use to ride out bass so far. He enjoys the sport Im- '

to his tomato farm mensely. U (' I Fruit and Produce Jobbers..

OY4NG Jerome Twitchell and Gordon Park Eugene Moore formerly of't1ll.. place r

are now on the upper waters of Beast but more recently of Jacksonville, baa .

creek, hunting and fishing. returned to the old "stamping ground," .- .-.J Corner Buy I\n..1ulla. fit*., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Capt. and Mrs. Rea much to the delight of his numerous II
and Mrs. Idellacame LOOK: TO YOUR EYES: .
up from the station Tuesday, 'ant friends on the ilver. If suffering from any eye defects or weak WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED,
pp spent the day with friends here.Will Honors are about even with two of our call .
sight at my new well-appointed optical
Hogg Is running his catboat be popular young men in the (jfiiuoalug as to Institute. Special, complete lense PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed I .
tweeu ][oJtg'a mill and WaWu maklni that matrimonial venture said to be fast grinding outfit In connection. '
Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season }
but be ,
approaching; you all may wrung,, "
dally trips for the South Florida Fish Co '
iAKIHI DB. E. II ARMSTRONG t
a
and it may not be either of them. Keepon j0rVe solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetl blos. :
II. Richards bas received the contract : guessing I1Lanra 8t. s Jacksonville, Fla. ,it

to _.. ,
wind mill
put up for J. C. Hancock ---- -- ---- -- -- ------------- ----
Mrs. Fl: B. Roe and her sweet little
at his borne
,Santa Lucia Bungalow .
POWDER daughter, of New York, have arrived at Melbourne. Georgiana. '
A. L. Lane is building a shed to built the AI Fresco hotel for the winter., That \\

launches under. The keel for J. C are friends of our good neighbors, Mr. TIRE.D AND
Pure1ERE1S l lr
Absolutely IIanco k's launch will be ]laid In 'a fev and Mrs. Ilarmer, and will be doubly J. Jf. Fields and wife spent Sunday ,e WORN OUT. 'y

NO SUBSTITUTE welcomed on that account. tr-/ : Subscilptlons for the ADVOOATK with home ,folks at Indl.tnoU: '
days.Mrs. tho pink paper of the East: Coast, will be '
Mamie Jolinstono and daughterTbelma C. I. Rutan a prominent citizen Of
received ut the Melbourne Postofilco.OOODK Carl Wlttfeld and George; Carter went L I
,.,- returned from their outing i at West Florida] was here this week pros to COOOA and returned, Saturday
-- Savannah (.In. and to pecting.\ Ie| la much with '
Friday, are glad I pleased out & nOODK,-Real Estate and Loan. AWomen
be back In our warm climate. country, and we sincerely hope that he Agent forKtn.t, London and Uvnrpmil anduntie Miss Mary Newel came up from Kit:: ;
will decide to oast his lot In this favored ( Vrm-lcloiute Wonhlnitum, and Sun: KlraIn.unuice. Gallic, Saturday. to visit her fatbo .
oarding. Robt. McFarland, from Philadelphia section. We welcome Mr Hut an. special attention paid to theinterests She returned the same afternoon.
has returned, and as usual, will spent you< or noureiildenta.DR ,
the winter hunting and 11"hlnllIe: There la a ripple In progressive circles B. J. Mime, of MimI, Fin., was" In tow I
landed forty pounds of nhoepheml Tuesday caused by the possible, locating of a public T,. A. J'ICII:Ptivaintir xjin' !Stmoico. Monday and Tuesday and spent) the 7 _
Residuum, Molhnimm. Hall Uitlllu, luomlurand ;
Lslrable people who wish a ploaaanle morning library here. That's right. Keep Friday tormxmn. night with his friend W. runer.

to atop at :while in West Palm ,T. A. Robinson Fish and Game Warden abreast with the times by all means, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee, of Kanaa I

Loh, will\ find MINARET COTTAGE, for Brevard county, was here thIs let us all pull together, and we will get S. T. Middleton and family enjoyed a City, arrived, Sunday, and- are stopping J

I Olive street between Evernla anfa < week. Of course, Mr.! Robinson has no< have the library It If we and try.a good one too. We can trip to Melbourne Beach last Saturday. with }. W'. Lyman, father of Mrs. Lee. Need

just such a place. Nice, clean authority in our county, but lie juntcam< Mr. Crnndle, of Bunker Hill, Ill, was Upolo Hiifrhle has just picked five I
Sms furnished comfortables to give the boys some friendly advice. A party of twenty ladles and gentlemen In Melbourne on a visit to Capt. T. C. bunches of ripe grapes from one of his K constant supply of blood-making material .
neatly ; stopped over night In our city this West and wife last week. '
Ressey's hotel is full to oveirtowln I scuppernong vines How Is that for or their systems will brellk down. '
good; wholesome food; VEKYMorale ; week en route to Miami. They were Is
; January ? The female) organism
Adams lectures complicated F
with Is
guests, and people are being turn Rev. giving weekly
aboard the boat Cherokee of
the recommends good Daytona -
prices are ed away daily. The guests spend their GIld under the Immediate charge, of at the Congregational church to a full : A. V. Illsoook and wife, of Mont Rose, so delicately adjusted as to be easily I
hg. Only a limited number of room time fishing rowing and launch riding house who enjoy hearing this fine : thrown out of bulauce. As a result!
and
1.. P. Fox, of that place. They seemed Mich., arrived Saturday, are vlsl atlbcted
I can be accommodated.. Table board and all are delighted with the Ueasej; to be having a good time. speaker. I tug their uncle, Rev. A, V. Illscook, aDd divers health diseases.and strength Motherhood are family' by r t .
house and the St. Lucie
Stuart liver. I
Lclalty.JIBS.. Our esteemed friend and all-around\ I The concert 1tthe\ Auditorium, last family. society all levy such drains upon her 1

FRANK DARLING, Our public school better this tern good fellow U. E. Masters, of California, : Saturday evening, by the Modes Family Fred.! Thayer, of Wisconsin arrived strength that moot women break under I I

West Palm Beach Fla.] than it has ever been before. It Is under: who Is wintering in these parts has broken Hand, was ablg success and everyone was Thursday of lust week and will 1 make the nervous tension. The demands

the able management of Mrs. George the record again, and this time it Is delighted.Dr. his home with his grandmother, Mrs! I upon her nervous strength: are much t
Thomas. A number new seats am I Ills has Mary Munson. greater than similar demands of the .l
a big 12-pound bluefish. equal Lyman and A. B. Taylor are fens "
desks have Just been Installed, and then yet to be caught in our waters with rod log their places In fine shape. There opposite sex. Hence she mutt be supplied ,
Sound. up Joe and Emmet Field, Sam Sander, .
element i
Hobe are now 28: pupils attending regularly. and reel. Mr. Masters Is so used to doing will be chance fur cattle to do much Fred Humphreys and George,\ Wallace In greater measure with the The .. i t'

We understand that the Governor of: this sort of thing that he wears his damage now.Mayor came down from Indlanola, Friday eve -Iron-that gives utrength.and : out ; I "
I feel tired worn J"and
Florida has offered WO reward for the honors easily but we all look at him as reason women ,.
$ attend the box
to
Jarry Allen will reach here Wednes- C. H. Stewart la. again at his nlng, supper. suffer from headache, pains In the
he and wish could catch ,
we
arrest of seiners. We believe that is the goes by,
evening of this week. the them like he can. Mr. Masters Is, per. post of duty, after a pleasant visit to II. K. Hughes and J. W. Bruner are back and limbs, etc., Is becauxe they :
only to stop seining, as average
way Jacksonville. 1'. C. Nicholson Is also have used their ] of Iron.
repairing the roof of the liurcbflel house up supply
the haps the moat angler on the Pacilio -
Jefferson'lItaunch Snapper expert
much
fisherman has
[. B. not quite as money W
of caused
back from his visit the Is
to metropolis this week. When It Is finished It will Menstruation trouble largely
and holds several records ont
Is for sale cheap. will coast
and It the ,
orse power as the State, governor give '
Florida. be ready to rent to parties who desire a by lack of Iron. "
$100 for each arrest we believe the Slate that way. We all hope that both he and
atSolder's '
the date' for the house warming will come out victorious and the fish wardens his charming wife will visit us every Charles R. Farau, of Cincinnati, Is house partly furnUhed.
for the 16th.
I Is arranged will be well paid for their trouble, winter. again a pleasant guest at Hotel .Carleton Mrs.! Frank Lyman and charming little Dr. Harter'sIron {

ussell Yates and his father-In-law, of for the winter. Mr. Faran owns a large daughter, KlUabetb.: from Kenoaho, Win..

Chester, N. Y., arrived at.Plnehurst The many friends of G. II. Ilausan, STOP IT,!-A neglected cough or cold tract of land and a pineapple field In came, Saturday and will pens the ro- :. :'' I II

Sunday Engineer, L. E. & W. R. R., at present may lead to serious bronchial or lung South Melbourne : malnderofthe winter with the Misses Tonic r.. ,

annie Rice will do her ml nature living in Lima, 0., will be pleased tc troubles. Don't take chances when Mrs. John Goode, Mrs. Spangler; Miss', Bond, titters of Mrs.\ Lyman.J ) I

atre act with the dolls on the occasion know of his recovery from threatened Foley's Honey and Tar affords perfect Emma Spangler: Mrs. llallowaj; and two W. Bruner Is shipping several crates supplied this element. It enriches the) : I

heir house warming. kidney disease. lIe writes, "I was cured security irom serious effects of a cold. children have been enjoying a visit at .of flue pineapples both this, and lest blood and restore what strain baa .
by using Foley's Kidney Cure which 1 !Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son, Tllusvllle, Roseland the week. \'
York past They were week. Ills Held of pines are said to be used up.
_ire Charles Osgood, of New anti recommended to all, especially trainmen missed from Melbourne while away the finest on the river, and worth mAk. Augusta, Ark.: May 10,1001."Aftsr II
Ivea this week for Ilobe Sound who are usually similarly afflicted. Sold lug an effort to lee, especially to those I havlns: sold Dr. Hartor'a rem.,dlea "\
II I be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. by B. R. Wilson & /Son, Tltusvllle. Fort Pierce. A jolly party went to Eau Gallle, last for &l1lr'77.an "am cheerfully r.o inin..ua ,
who never saw one.
Iguatus })Itou..ate Monday evening, In the launch. Dreamer D' them. I mliiht add that I ,4 I .
Capt. 8. M. Martin. The Rodea Banal A box-supper was given at the schoolhouse II.:. huldln.p.ntnlfaverPr.Hnh, '- 'I ,
[. advices state that Mr. and Mrs.B. t.,'. Iron Ton to,and would" '1 t
Are you subscriber to the ADVOCATE i to give a concert and. last and the
Feb. let Eden. were: going up Friday evening, proceeds raoomtnvnd It as the verybest '
Allen will be with us If not, why not ? number of tholr friends went with them. went Into the treasury of the Ep- preparmUon of Iron 1 am .... I
s Selma Sea ver,, Mrs., 411eo'Icousln, worth This iualnto with. To wfe, wnrn-out" ,
il 1 accompany her. Sheriff J. P. Brown, of Titusyllle wasa Mr. and Mrs. John Powell and daughters League. program was ren- women,and those troubled with n"rv. ,' I ,
Mrs W.; F. Wolfe left, last Thursday, pleasant visitor to town this week. the Misses Ida and delen. of Wauke- dered : Music; Recitation, "Hiawatha'sWooing ou.n..... poor dl esttnu..nd pole, tola I
iVhat gayest thou r A real live princean for a visit of two weeks In Jacksonville. 111. arrived last week and are again ," by Myrtle Jturchflel; Recita blood, I twllove It to b* a pan...ia.. '
anticipated guest at the home of Warm and showery weather just gan. the Powell Lion "Tom," Mrs. Bruner; Solo, "MyLittle "J. D.WH.KBDSOK, DruBl" :i itIAWI
settled for the winter In
The MesdameaSchuyler,Blake and LeTour- what the'truck farmers delight,. to see nicely Cracker Mrs. Tableau '
Raggot
and Mrs. T. A. Snider party ;
house on the blull. We are always find that Sb.ve I.sll..ld i.past...)
.rwr.siw
raveling! incognito. neau walked to Jensen last Monday\ .to There will be a festival at the Sohool- to see this pleasant family arrive in Mel. "No nOMe Without a Thorn";, Reading" ., -_ -_. __ _-_ _-. ( I 1
make a few calls. "The Harp of a Thousand Strings, Nellie if
for the benefit
G.wn'l house on Friday evening, 1
W. IOU rue.
The new flag station opposite
:
\ Owen; Solo, "The Miller and the
"Like- Mrs. Samuel Willman and her daugU- of the library. Lotus.
has been named
pinery vlsitng The Me1 bonme baaball club have re Maid," Eva Owen) Tableau, "Honey' '
"A rOMe by any other name," etc, ter, Miss Kittle I of Fort Pierce, are Farmers from White City are bringing organized and elected the follow lag officers moon and the Kcllpae";: Iteiidlnp, "sta-. __ 'I, I

t why, oh I why "Likely" Mis. W. F. Jtichards. In ripe tomatoes to our merchants, which : F. C. Irwin, captain and manager; mantha Shopping at Stowart'i," Mrs' Willie Hell and slater ol Jeorglann, 1*

Ir. and Mrs. Howard left for theirme The progressive supper at the parsonage shows no damage was done by the cold E. C. Rout, field captain;( R. Oalln, recording haggetTableau'AftortheBait"; ; Dialogue were pleasant callers n olar, blug,Su nelay. '
In Philadelphia on Friday and are ]last Wednesday evening, was a very snap. secretary and umpire. The boys "A Morning Caller." Then the W' i I

ely missed by Mr. and Mrs T. .A. pleasant social affair and was greatly The Rev. Mr. Deyman, an Evangelist hope to get up two good match games boxes, all daintily trimmed and well Hit J. D.Bnnls and wife returned to Stuart, .. I I

der and their newly-made friends. enjoyed by about fifty people. preacher, has been holding a series of luring the Chautal qua. ad, wore auctioned oft, E. V. Hall acting Wednesday, after spending several days I J + I

fone relished the disappointment last Spring has surely come down hero. It meetings In the Baptist church, which "auctioneer., The proceeds amountedto tare, I" ( +

ndav. After every preparation was seems like A pill weather-showers everyday have been largely attended and greatly Pneumonia and LaGrlDnecoufffiscured $0.01. Bean planting has started again, for J./ &_' L

de for a day's cruise up the beautiful ; mulberry and hickory trees have eujoyed by our many citizens. quickly by Foley'a Honey and Tar. Refuse the spring) crop, but It will not be very 'lljp,1" ,1

xabatchee, to have a rain interfere.r. put on new growth, and everything looks Last Saturday night' the coal bucketat substitutes. IN"BED FOUR WEEKS WITII LA large 1' I I'
like Jack Frost would do a lotof GHIPI'E.":'-We have received tbe following 'I f" I
Iprln the coal chute\ fell, and nearly struck: We have had plenty of rain the past
Purdy Is still undecided about theit. harm If he should happen along now. letter from Mr. Key Kemp, of Angola, 'oJ '
workman on the head. It really seemed week and trust we will mire it cold snap f'.
hull a i 1.
lIe has a new engine, but no South Rockledge.Miss Ind. : "I was In bed four works with la
several days last miracle that the man was not killed \ after it. i'
utter advertise for what he wants in S. F. Webb, spent a grippe and I tried many remedies and r.
advertising mourn week levelling oil the Episcopal church so near the heavy thing came to him. and Mrs. Green \'
ADVOCATE, the big spent considerable for treatment with Mr and )IrR. Bisbee .
of the East Coast.) lot and cleaning up the church,Thanks which It ia with profound regret we note the May Hartwell has been quite 111 physician, but I received no relief untilI of this place, were visitors to Cocoa on '.I'' "

While In Phoenix Ala., recent- now looks as neat as a new pin. of the, death of M. (. Burney, which occurred ill the put week but we are pleased to tried Foloy's Honey and Tar Two Saturday. 1 "
playing Brother Webb. It is up to some at 11 o'clock. Mr. state she Is now much improved. bottle of this cured
mall medicine
ma
last Friday night
for
Mr. Thomas Jefferaon purchased est of us to put the screens In order be- Dr. E. W Capron' la shipping his tan 4 f
brother handsome lot of Burney was a respected member( Camp Bristol Mills Addle Bristol and and I now use It exclusively In my fam Ronald In also
> Charles: a ( the tiles and mosquitoes come. Kolce gerine crop. T. G, shipng ,
ore of the World and leaves a Take substitute.\ Sold B. '
by
53, Woodman ily. no .
avajo; blankets for Camp Bide a Wee, Ulna Lille Humphry were visiting Mr a few boxes
Allan left here and two children to mourn hit R. Wilson &I Son Tltusvllle.\ II
in theMaine woods. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman. widow and Mrs. Salmon on Friday and Satur: > ,
y
up last week, for Rockledge, where fishings loss. He was burled with all the honors' The bean crop Is being damaged a great f

A. fishing party made up of Hobeltesm easier. We cannot vouch for the truthf of Woodcraft in Fort Pierce cemetery, day.Mr. deal by a little fly that seems to take the a '
> the most delightfuly fish walk The GIlt hotel man of OVER FIVE: THOUSAND OF WALton's out of the
Island spent a > U, but we are told that the on Saturday at three p. m. sympathy a prominent vitality plants.
at Gilberts Bar on Thursday, and lent out of the water on their tails, up of the community extended to his Ocean City N J., accompanied by his Rapid Calking Tools now In use "Mr. Blsbee has been shipping part of 1.. (' 'I
ong those who handled a rod and reelre here and if a frying pan Is placed In a bereaved family. wife made a two weeks' stop at C. B.Uagruder's. by boat owners In the United States Prices '
thin week. are
ils
Puce $".041 and $*OU .pitch at the AD- orange crop
> Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus/ Pltou onvenlent position they fall Into It readyor well I f' .,
d Mrs C. B. Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs.ward VOCATK office, Tltusvllle, Kla.] holding up on orangvs.T. I '
frying. The prevention of consumption Is entirely Lawson Magruder, one of Tampa'ipopular j ,I'
> Roberts Dr. and Mr. Purdy O. Ronald and J. A FI.keAre spend-
d Mrs. T Mrs. S. F. Webb entertained at dinner, a question of commencing the attorneys, reoennly made a abort legs week at Foit Pierce-Mr. Ronald I s I
A. Solder.
last Friday, a number of guests, and proper treatment In time. Nothing la so visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.agruder Merritt. having gone down to hU. place near there. i}f i

there were Invited for cards during the well adapted to ward off fatal lung/ ,

Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can gvenlng. A very delightful !game of troubles as Foley's Honey and, Tar. Hold Every\ resident In this section should '(" I Ij

ways be prevented by une use of Foley'sdneyCure. &Son. euchre was played. A magnificent bunch by B. R. Wilson <& Son subscribe for the ADVOCATB. It is one '1'IIe Itlvervlew hotel la flIRt Hlllng tip Darrow's Positivellhcumatic ',f ,.,

Sold: by B.R.Wilson of roses was the ladles' first prize and a of the biggest weekly papers on the with guests,. It Is a delightful place, to II {

gorgeous bunch of scarlet geraniums was East Coast. Just reckon the columns.Mr. .tay. Cure. ::1'
Those Lucie. J
first prize for the gentlemen. St. :
White City. tbe were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Eaton,, and Mrs. 11. W. !Mathews, of Boa- Thus P. Nevlnll has decided that na

of!present Zanesville, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.larrla. ,. corn, 0., arrived here about. week ago, ture's open sunshine rain, wind and dew A l'rompt and Effectual:" Remedy for all Qli : t 1

Mr. and Mrs. Luce, Mrs. Merwln, The Indian River Boat ang Launch Co., and are having a nice house erected on cannot be Improved upon, and so he Is forms of J, ,
Since last writing the ADVOCATE, levI Hammond Messrs. Wolfe and Mast. entertained Mr. Phillips of Ohio, on lace, south of H C. Salmon's. The removing the.hed from bill orange groveon 1 '
,* tracts of land have been sold in this Mrs. work Is In charge of Henry Rein bolt. the river bank ; ,
Saturday. and Gout.
dnlty.Hr. Blake entertained the card club Rheumatism .I
Mrs. Saund- still continues We forgot to mention the birth of an "The Wigwam" Is an attractive Island
Mrs. fishing good
mother
Sheephead
: and Mrs. Popped and son, Edgar, it the home of her by B,C. Darrow"A Bon. '
pacUlljr, Compounded I
and J. E. Battier roasts
ent with Mr. and last Thursday evening. The Ingenous and hundreds of pounds are caught at 81b. girl to )Ir. Mrs. feature Indian River Oyster I
Sunday afternoon era, novel score 1 1 t dafl on the fith Inst. Strange to say this Is are one) of the features of this popular
111. Lamont. hostess passed quite the n e y-
16 In number. Each the first blrtb which basoccurred among hostelry, where ping pong, billiards and The S G, Darrow & Son Co.
Mr.: and Mrs. Larson were guests of ards to her guests, Phil. O'Brlan Is suffering with rheuma In about
each point the white people of this place other evening entertai omen ts are enjoed.
star
r. and Mrs. Borrenaon and their daugh- and was a five pointed teem and has been confined to the house "
the FLA. U. 8. A. I
Across eight ORLANDO .
years.
N. Y. I
two games. Frank P. Crouch: of Rochester,
r, Mrs Lock hart lastIunday./: representing for several weeks. ?
enter of the star w"as written an extract Mr liaughman. of Washington, I>. C., with bis ton, Is camping on bis plantation Fortlie benefit persons afflicted with 41 i ,
,treble Parker spent a few days last from a popular song, leaving' a part of Mrt. Chase has a crlnum Illy which I has purchased the II. J. Smith place purchased a couple of years ago. Rheumatism In any of Its various forms ;; .

ek In Quay returning on SaturdaylrQt tbe line out; and giving these to the gen- measures 13 Inches around the static.- boat, furniture etc. and takea posaea- Mr. Crouoh expects to build a cottage on we confidently offer the S: C. Darrow & t,'' '.

with a large tub of tine oysters.A. amen, told them to seek their partners. Twenty-four huge crlnura llllles being In doa next week., Tbe Smith family will the premises, to his family can spend the Son Rheumatic Cora as a prompt and "' 1, I I
were Inscribed with the bloom at one time. Some of the leaves Mra. A. D. Baldwin thereat winter here.Captain relied tt
few of going into the The ladies' stars stop with Detect( remedy. One that can be
our people are
amid Think of
of the extract and measure six feet In length. ,
omitted part of the winter. at all times. 'It relieves the dlsrenslng -
itermelon busineaa and a large acre Reed of Boston, who has spent upon
One flowers and fruit In January
search began. this ye
e will be planted here within the nett great laughter held"tbe 0, don't you remember," frozen, ones of the North t M. Frey, manager of S. F. Travis' the winters for the past thirty one years pain very the quickly poison and reduces ellmln-the ,I .t
n days gentleman "Sweet Alice," orange /grove, met with a very severe accident at bis winter home at Canaveral,anchored fever, destroys
Little Mildred Davis aged three years, ind, of course, he be found said that be prefer- Quite a party of St. Lucie gentlemen last week. He WAS pruning an his staunch craft in our waters whilewaiting ate it from the system* preventing re* .y
In time; but made a second hunting trip to the flats. and fell fett. striking our popular dentist Dr. L. purring attacks. I
Joyed
last Friday the stars oak: tree twenty upon
a After
birthday party red Tennyso'n to English deer the first time and Cures gout,lumbago, stiff swollen and :,n !
teruoon, there being several of her lit- refreshments They taw eight his aide breaking one rib and otherwise T. Daniel, of Cocoa. t
mends we' well punched, delicious twelve the last. One man. It Is arid, himself. tender joints crick in the back stiff 1\1
present. were served and the guests departed, grabbed his gun and wondered In bis excitement bruising The Curtis place recently purchased nook or any other form of Rheumatism. I dPrice .)

ear1y all of our young people gather. sing one and all: "We bare had such why It did not go off;on examination by Jules Dardonvllre, of New York, It 60 cents per box;sis boxes $2.BO. .. /
at the home of S. P. Cbristenaen last a good time." It was found not loaded. The Finds Way to Live Lon" being fitted up for tbs use of 'Mr. i>ar- Address with 3: cent stamp: The B. C. 14, f fDarrow ,

way evening, it being the anniversarywe deer came up very close and looked at The startling announcement of a Discovery -, donvllle's family, who will occupy It )
birth of his son, Carl. .The even- of Long Life. the party, then winked their, eyes and tbat will surely lengthen life Is seven months the year November to Co, Orlando, Fla. i I '
Secret Inclusive.. A house) and a
was spent in games, dancing etc. The skipped away and the gentlemen, looked made. by Kdltor O. II. Downey, of Churn May, packing L C. HARROW BOY : '
d all had a good time. Consists in keeping all the main organs disappointed when arriving home. One bunco, Ind. "I wish testate/ he writes, boathouse at the end of the pier, for his For MB year. I have been a eonntant sufferer' ,

of r the body In healthy reKnhu1 young man, It is said who had been tan. that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption launch are being built. from tb.torrtl'l. dliwatw-rbatimatimu, and. 1 r
known butt In this Conn- ,
disease raiuwtjr
CHILDREN POISONED.-Many child- and la quickly destroying deadly tallied beyond endurance came on. alone, la the mot Infallible remedy try bad and trled..ery In torop: *.wltboac ther.llefI\ tpuctad.bOJ I ,
I 11 ire poisoned and made nervous and germ.. Electrlo Bitter re abloodnanted ahead of tbe rest. that I have ever known for coughs, colds Tourists* Attention. I >aw dutwMirstnd and had loss I..ltl IB try- V E i
te ever ,t nllf>(. by tb *'.Lies) afrUnU ;
purify with ng to K any
and kidneys Invaluable to
Ilk It's people :
not kllld outright, by mothersHog liver appetite. They work and grip.\ While visiting Florida, we ask that .*I ass Induced to try a bus "Darrow.ntlrUwitnuttl '
Ire a splendid STAKE_If knew weak lungs. Having this wonderful you Tablel found beIp.d
them cough containing oplFoley's fenale A LIFE AT yon ; :.c'l: : r
syrups kidney troubles, do not fall to bur a battle of Comfort, : ; .
'.". safe renders In curing merit of Foley's Honey and medicine no one need dread pneumonia I have lukan .1* box* this nlnabterparatlon '
"I Honey and Tar Is a complaints, nervous diseases, oon.Itlpatlon : the splendid Its relief Instant and tbe wonderful kidney bladder and rheumatism > ,kail am preparwl to recommend Ua /,
andg would be without It. A or consumption.
certain remedy for coughscroup malaria. Vigorus Tar you never sal all ssl erleq from rnunuttl Bah
and For by drug
troubles dyspepsia two will prevent an attack of cure certain." B. R. Wilson Son guarantee remedy. row'e nltr: h.uwntle Tablet cured me sade 1
and Is the only prominent follow' dose or
strength always gists. B. K. Wilson ,A Son, agents atTitu.vlJI. .
egh health and la It save .very 50o and $1 bottle, and give will oar you' BI>. JITM 1' OrUad ria.I'rop.
grippe. may
medicine that contains no opiates 500. guaranteed by B. R.VlUon pneumonia or I .. fowl WON Stem LMiodry,
flea.r poisons Hold, by B. R. Wilson heir use.A Son Only druggists. your life. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Bon trial bottles free.





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 30. 1903.E .

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then you ran omft utriippfng his olf

fore foot. Inter you can also' abandon ISLAND CITY HOTEL KEY WE 'r, FLORIDA.
the use of the strap nnd surcingle b1': ,
taking his near foot In your hand.
MANAGER.
W. J. PALMER,
the .
Then you can uccompllau purposeby
simply/ touching the near fore leg New. Mod rD. First-class. 'Bus meets aU Steamers. Rates .;t.oo( pet

with your bund cud finally by a mo anti upwards-Commercial Special.
tlou of your bund! toward his leg.
You should always accompany the "S yR --
signal by the conmiund. "Lie down!I" +t'.w %' FTgF WASHINGTON. ,
I"d' k "
iL : By dcKToen be learns Its meaning and ; yFIt '

the signal can be dispensed with. If a rr THE BTJCKEY ,BOTTET,
borne Is large and strong the trainer

must be cool, wide awake and alert: 218SUth street, WASHINGTON, D. 'C,
otherwise be may make a botch of It

Our money winning books, and Injure the horse or himself or Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar houses In Washlngl
written by men who know, tell f
both. ,
you all about _ -i ,t All of the beat brands stock, and the prices /\II\ low as any bouse In the city.

,YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 216 Sixth St.(

4 PotashThey When you take Grove's Tasteless Chili facing the National Hotel, and In close; proximity to the Pennsylvania station}
formula Is
Tonic because the plainly Sf
needed by every men printed on every bottle showing that It listmgly stQ ,t JOHN E. BUCKET, Proprietor, 218 Sixth Street, WASIIINGTOV, D.(
are
Iron and Quinine/ In a tasteless
and and
S who owns a field a plow --
who desires to get tlio most out fo.-m.jj.Nocure, No pay. COots. NLw YOIUC: ,
of them.
Tbty mn jab S.nd postal card, A New .'.0..1....

OFKUAX BALI WORK Young Mr. Inwwlin :wus hurrying ,
I r s S IU ..il Ktrwt. Aew York '. blindly along the street toward a chem Hotel Marlborough

ist's with a bottle In his hand when .. Tri-lVcckly Sailings ,
young De Trop bulled him.
r
r De 'I'o1'-1It'1l0., Iimwlru! I've Broadway, :JtOth and 37th Streets:! :NEW YORK.

;, Free and scarcely seen you for ti year. Where BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely! with electric lights.. (

4 Accented ,,. M\\AMJ.\\ Masons. you have were you married been keeping?. yourself since Calling at Charleston both ways) ducted on American and European 'plans, and Is managed under the perm\

H Inswlm-()l busy-busy all the time. The Finest in the Coastwise Service supervision the owner E. S. CMHTELI, lIanaler.Hotel ( .
Indian. Steamships
b De Trop-I say what ure ;you doing
h, JMi5 HL No. 00 mostly?' .
j In.wlm-I've got a new,.profession. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Yendome Broad way.and /Street,
.
Hirer Titusville,, De Trop-What Is It? v Direct Service: Between 1/
//WJffKf NEW YORK41st CITY.
Lodge. AVFlorida.. InBwlm-Uulllol'l Jacksonville Boston ProvidenceCalling and all Eastern Points. ,
..I, t HnM It* meetings the noonil and forth Friday I>o 'I'I'op-Yon don't sny. I didn't FIREPROOF. 300 rooms single and en suite, with private baths and to
oC muih iiinntU a" their mum Inillun. ./ River think you were much In thnt line. ( : at Charleston, S. C., both ways) rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms fcl.BO; large rooms *'.>; and,'
llutel Tlnu '111.., at T aao u'uluok/ u. ni'. Iimwlin-I'm not a glitteringsuccess.

r''. .1. L. Orruthern Wornhlnful) Mauler very Southbound' ............. ..........8KMI-WEEKLY.. ... .... :. .. ..SAILINGS.....!. from Lewis Wharf BoMon private bath $:J.5fl per day and upwards. The management l Is under the
t'S' T., W.H. aar.dera Carroll. ,,Junior lien lor Warden.J. Warden.. De Trop-What- f-what sort of Northbound...... ............. ......... ....... ......front foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville sonal supervision of tbe owner.' FRANK GRUEN Managi
M. Dixon, Tr.iwnrer. -r ,
work do do mostly?
you
F. A. MO'lCan8e..tary.
JJ. K." Drown, OD.pln.ln.. And then young Mr. Inswlm loaned Clyde St. Johns River Lino. .

l ,P.T. R.W.Walknr.Roberta Hnnlar Junior IMnaon.Ueiuton. over and whispered softly in young' Line.
(Denary ) Launches For Sale !
11'. M. Taylor.. Senior. Htewanl.' De Trop's ear: BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
F. A.-tnleley, Junior Steward. "I'm spending most of time try.
a At. E:. EnirlUh, T)'ler. my Stopping Palatka Actor BD. Franoit Berenford(UeLand), and intermediate landings -
f' _.______._ Ing to humor a baby that's engaged In / "u the Dt.Jobii'ii, Klvnr. .
tooth culture" STEAMER 'CITY OF .JACJSO VILLE."

TRICKS FOIl HOUSES. Then he plunged madly on again toward IS APPOINTED TO SAIL AS" FOLLOWS I 3-1 foot Lauuch, 3 foot beam, standing roof, 11 horse power Buffalo Motor

I, the soothing sirup shop.-Lon Leave. Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville 3:80 p. ro... ... ..... ... Sundays,TueiilaT and T3ttrdays speed 12 miles,
'I' E don Answers Leave Saiifordlli3Ua.ro......... .... .. .. .. .. .... ... ..... MonOajs Wnuiieadaji and Fridays
( THE ANIMALS ARE EASILY TAUGHT ---- Southbound SCHEDULE.Rfliul NortbbuuDd.Bead 30 fo<$t Launch! 6 foot beam, standing roof, 7 borsopo er Buffalo Motor

1 down. .Arrive:2.ob: : a.m foot Launch 0 ft. 2 In. beam giant cabin 6 home Mlanus Motor,
1 AND QUICK TO LEARN. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Leave SJop.m..x .JACKSONVILLE: 20 power
.. 8.411 p.m.. ... ...... .. .... ........ ....PALATKA.. Leave' 5.00 .......11..
4 Take 3ooa.m.AS'i'oa ... 2.30 All In Good Running Order.
Laxative Bromo Tablets
Quinine .. ..30 a. nu .,, .... .... .... ST..RANI.IR.. .. l.la P.UJ
They Cain Without !Much Trouble, De All druggists! refund the money If It falls e. ."" BERktlFIIIUDcLANDy.! (I ISI.UO ..'n )
l'' 1' JU.A. to Slfrnul "Yen" unit "Ho' ," to to cure. K. W. Orove's signature Is on Arrlve8.SO..m.... ... .. .... .. .... .... .8ANnlJ.. .. .. .... ..... 030 art
b Jhake' land and to LI. Down at each box. 25ots. Jacksonville. GEO. R. WALLACE West Palm Beach Fla
}1 : tfcVoril o( Command. Sen'! Passenger and Ticket Office,204 W. Bay St.. ,
"
'A.C.HAQKRTY East'n Fan*. Alrt. IT.IKO.\MONSKR.: .JB..Aset.Oen.Pa....Agt.|
There are so many things that a The R.p..n.o of Canary Dlril*.. 18 State St., New York: I 204 West Hay St., Jacksonville Fla.
i i ttiorse can be taught to do says Sue- The keeping of cutmrleN seems to be THOS. D. HALEY. Local Freight Agent I I 10. V, LOVKl.L.!: A..t.Supt" w
St..J.'klOnvllFla./ .. | Foot Hagun St. Jacksonville Fla.
foot Hogan '
-cess, that It Is hard to tell wjblcb to a fairly expensive luxury. To start JOHN. L. HOWAKO.Buperlnteadeut Foot Hogan Bt.,,/ack.onvll.. Fla.
select as heat Illustrating tbe methods with a really good bird will cost $50. THEO. O. KOKK General Miwmtcer. WM- t' CLVIHC ITU.. General Agent a
I t Itibenebrougti. Building 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New iork .
f r ,by which we tonch them. The follow You can easily spend more, but $:.10 WALTON Titusville J"la.SE.A.JB .
C. II. Agent ,
will buy good Norwich bred
slug, however will furnish the keys a fairly
bird. The food the bird requires con- 1 1
Take a pin In your hand and stand.
slHts/ of various delicacies In the form
A lag, abreast of a homo's near shoulder : <> I D r
hint the of rye, bread rice meal I and vegetuMen. i.i I t I Iy
prick lightly on liroust. ,
Canaries are liable to ull sorts
h This resembles' the bite of. a fly, and of ailments and this uf coarse, necessitates AIR LINE RAILWAY.

T.' to drive off tbo nuisance! lie will bout further expense' for the trl'n t. _

down his vase to bit trfiist. This you neat of these coipplaluts, Is anything iiji
Accept us "Y.*s" and luimrdlutcly reword but rhwip. Of course no fancier of KOK-
him liy rl'I.lllnhllli lump of OAM0T3V SOUTHERN PISES! JRN'IIMOND, r"l .' : ;
/ u canaries would lie content with ono SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, ,
sugar or nouiu other trltlv Unit be likes bird; he muxt have at lonst a dozen WASIIINOTON, BALTIMORE. FIIIRADKLPUIAXEW. YORK,
Repent the orH'i-utlon( till he brings MMM MMMMMMM
.
cud the cost of some of these will oer- l s ni
down his! boi'U at tUo MllThtont: move tnlnly run to $i5.: Fifteen hundreddollars Three Elegant Trains Dally .
ment of yor.r baud tVWUI.thi.\ .. breast '
per annum could cattily be upentIn '
P l Seaboard New York Limited. tl
lly deci'ccV.\ou (1111 nubHtltinini simple thin manner without a very big show '
downward niovor.iont of the hand i ri
for the
money.London Tatter Mail.
which Is Ions tiotlccttMo to an onlooker Seaboard Express Seaboard i

1 but equally) effective.BtniRliiiK MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT 1.

In the same position prick The Seaboard New York Limited IH. a ventlbuled train composed ..exclusively '5 I1
II him Lightly with a pin on the top of his
Pullman Equipment: Dining, Compartment, Drawing, Room Sleeper: and Obseratton ix
ir neck. lie nlll\ at once shako his bend WffD-S" Cars, operated solid Hi. Augustine! and cknonvllle; to New York via Washington 11 1// ,
which la accepted aa "No;" then rownrd ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville at 1:0: p. m. South- a
j' him as \before. Repeat( this until b>p ind this train Is known a* the Seaboard" Florida Limited. i 4 ,
) lie shaken Ills head at the I least upward ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers I .Inckaonville New Orle" ". ,. / r
., movement of the hand. This signal

i'!1 ns be learns' his lesson more perfectly Consumption is.a human For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent ///I

; ran be gradually lessened pntll It Isa weed flourishing best in weak Seaboard, or writeA. ////i :

,w' a very alight Indeed. To any "Yes" or Pass Jacksonville Florida.
Gen.
O. MACDONELL, As t, Ant; ,
"No" Is o very simple trick and yet luncs. Like other weeds it's
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there Is none that shows to better ad while =---- ----- -- ---
easily destroyed 'young ;
vantage. Of course when a horse has when old sometimes i im and Occidental Steamship
thoroughly learned to obey the signals Peninsular Company.

you can n.k< him some questions andthen possible.
United State Fast Mail Routes For-
motion
the of
by your hand
make him my, "Yes" or "No" aa you Strengthen the lungs as you KFY WEST CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES,.VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI FLA. I I.u
pica so. would weak land and the proposed tailing* In elleot a. shown below. Subject to change and postponement without notice, .u :

To teach n torso to ehnko hands, faa FIIAMI-KEYWSaT-IIAVANALINE.-Commencing January 18,1903.-I.KAVIXO MI.VMI.
ten'a weeds will disappear.The Snndav.Thur.lays.. ..... Hiiiam;: I.v. .Miamir.I 7.imp.: ,". ...RuiuriluvnTiiusiliiyB.Hnnilnyi. .
short Btrnu- to and fore toot \below best fertilizer is Tluir.days.10:80, : p no \t Kay, v\et Lv B.Oiiaiu. .... HttunlayH,Tnesilave.Hundayi '. .
the fetlock. Then standing In trout of lung ,Thnra.laysitaepnt r., Kev We"t Arlttiftlam.... ...HiktnnlnMiTuemlaviMumluyFrlilaya. .
the horse and having the strap in your Scott's Emulsion. Salt porkis .. : .... TtOOam: Ar Havana Lv 4:00pnu.FridaysMonday.: e
t band, "Shake PORTTAMPA-KBY WEST-HAVANA LJSIi-C..nmellolngOct.3t1.1IItrJ.-Leavh1l; J'ORT TAMPASunTn.aThorn
any bands and Immediately but it is hardto
bin good'too., very .. .......llOOpm: LvPort TampaAr'3:30pm.: ( .. ...... VTeil.. FM.Hun.
pull up foot nnd toko it In .. .... .. .... ... r
digest. Mon, Weil., Frl, .... .. n:ati pm' r Keyu'eat Lv10Opmu.: .Tnp Thur., Sat.
your baud. Then. Mtlll holding tfye foot, \ Mon.Wed.Krt. .... .. ..TiSHpm Lv' Key Went Ar 8:".'1p'n.... .....Tuog r Thur., Sac.Tlios. .
g reward anti caress him exactly aa you The time to treat consume'tioil .,Tluir..,Sat. ... ...... 8:00. w Ar Havana Lv' Hrt:OO M .... ..,.Tuu,Thur.,Bat.

\ would if ho had given It to you of his MIAMI-XAS3ATJ LIKE.-Commencing February 2. 1903. -
own accord. Keep repenting tbe i is when! you begin trying Mon., Weil., Kri... ......... 8>nopm Lv Mlnnil Ar 8:30: a tu......:. ..\1'.I..1I"I..8Dn..
.a openatlon hide it from yourself. Tuu.,TUnr ,8at.... ... .... OiJOam Ar Nassau. Lv 3iiOpoi. .. .... ..,Tuoa., Tlmr., "t'at. th
being careful to reward. him only to Comm.nolnjCIaroh; 30, 1003. Subscribe for the ADYOCATE and get all |

while his foot Is In your band. He will Others it won't.Don't .. .... 'J.v Miami .<
see you Mon., Weil., rri .. 2:OOp I' Ar e: am.Wed.Fri.Bnn,
very soon learn to give you bIll foot Tue..,Tbur But............ 8.10.10 Ar Nawau Lv :Iool'bl..Tnll8..Thur..Sat.
the moment you reach your liand toward wait until you can'tdeceive Above hour bated nu onth Ma'ldlan Standard Time, except that shown for Namnn, la local,or News of the East Coast wek.on't
It. yourself longer. Nassau time. For rate aid other Information, apply. to any Railroad Ticket Agent,or to every .
any CIf"lit. L. MVF.ua, Flanager,J'kM,9nvlIle r a.
To teach a horse to lie down at a Begin with the first thoughtto _- -- H -. '
---
-'
word of command lint -
t select a good,

will smooth not piece burt of himself.greensward' Harness where him ho it isn't take Scott's really consumption Emulsion. 'so If : V lake pv.ll' (:t ,I cure Theytemporajj!

Coast Line '
Atlantic a.Ji' .
with agitating
a surcingle and \bridle and strapup much the better; you will soon R'y. by .
his off fore foot A commou breecht bowels
forget it and be better for the but regular action cannot be secured until the liver.
t lag strap Is best for this, the short secretes enough bilenatural to make the Il1t: tin
41 loop around his foot between the fee treatment. If it is execute their functions. f
consump- Tho Great Through Car Line from Florida.. -Connections: :
lock and the hoof and the long one tion ural agitation caused by cathartics, )1
can't be
around his tor'orm.'u.tl'n ono end. you expect to To the East Over Us own rails to Savannah' Charleston, Richmond and Wash- continual ani Increasing doses to .

of a strap to the near tore foot below cured at once, but if you will )ington; thence vU. Pennsylvania R. U. attain the results Unnlt0'\ ,t I

lie fetlock POSH the other end up begin in time and will be To the \West The Louisville: Nashville, via Montgomery. \:
through the surcingle! and take it In in The Mobile A: Ohio 11. K.! via Montgomery.
rigidly regular treat.
your right bund and the bridle your \ ti*
rein In on
|
VlaSteanmhlp. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co. for New acts
York
ment will win. TO' the East ,
4 r jour left band Push him slightly, and you Philadelphia and UoBton. Via Norfolk steamer to New York) r ..,:, Lj' livers cures. C i'J'

the the strap.moment be step pull sharply\ on Scott's Emulsion fresh air, Washlntrtou and Baltimore.1 Via Savannah: and Merchants & e and Fever an for Affl* '
Miners Transportation Company Baltimore Philadelphia.: InT
This of course will bring him to his rest all you can eat all you To Key West and. Havana via Peninsular A: Occidental Steamship Company. r A\abrlal DUious p-rntttlng and

kiiees. If he Is n horse of any spirit can that the treatment and mlttlng Fevers, and by going to the si at on

lie will generally tight; very; pertinaciously that's the best treatment. 3VXJ.loct.so TlolE-ots.; trouble, works permanent cure.FIf'TY' .

1 berure b" goes down; but hnv- interchangeable mileage tickets,good over it: ,
JAil he soon the uiw l U'comoH!' uf only wearied his twit and bInd rests legs ,-_ We will send youa olpal railroads la the Southern Stated, are on sale by the principal agents.

little of the Emul-! n. WILSON & SON.
with his knots on the ground. Now Address) of north
parties In the sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup _
pull hU bond toward you. and be will 1 ion free. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter. .

1l l fall over the other way. i I I no lure That tide ptanre IB Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line; T .1VHIT '3 CREAM
1 Hold him down for some minutes, r '..tv3 I' i na ol a .,label U ail the also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Hallway. RiJ-S;
a of every battle ot ,?V
e, meanwhile speaking to him very sooth .'nulnoe you buy. For Information as to rate, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to 0 : CREAMVERflllFUgg

ingly. Fred him lumps of sugar; in bllU :; SCOTT & BOWNB FRAXK C. noYLSTOX, W. t>. STARK, '
fatt. make .
as much as possible of hIm Chemists Commercial Agent Trav. pans. Agent:. _... I I .. .. .
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while in tills position. Thou release Pearl 133 West Day SL, Astor Building:, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. for 2fY......_. 1:......!..' 2:.(\.... .... ,._ ....:jiiSQft.! : >i 1',1'4evya;; '?QS .u'
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him and repeat the 1 lesson lie St., N. Y. ,J. EMERSON: ._ ,. .
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soon Traffic Manager.V.. J. CRAIG Gen'U Pa a. Agrnt.WILMIXQTOX ROJ: :>> UT..r- _- -:;:. 13_
i learns I to lie down Tory readily and ? ( .' and In all druggists. N. C. 1Vr.p. ....red 1fTMIA.. ,'o a ;:lr' 1T w 11 .T r 7., Ft. LCL''
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J. U. BAST, Proprietor It a Put-in-Bay Island Lake Erie, Ohio. t; r'\: '\, ',,'


DUCK SHOOTING.: .. ," ,, _, "i i. ,ti, I',,'

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and FISHING !pat ( The'vlowa show Just a few of the many environment posited by this, the Greatest and Grandest )y '
:. <:: Kitec2 50 per day. 1 : ;1 8' "
y Y "; 4 ; 1 of all Summer Hotolg. It Is renowned the'lIooh\lstl'Ddlng of Its patrons, dimensions, excellence ,
$IOI nd $121'C1]> week, t
t 4'4. of food. service, and the lavish Amusement of Its guoHts. Situated on a largo Island In mld-lnfct In I Ir
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JAJISONVII.I.I;. 4 a park of twenty-one acres of shaded lawn. The scenes and environments are enchanting, coudnclvo '
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INDSOR If you send your address we will mall you our souvenir folder, rate card and testamonlal book. 4 '

JACKSONVILLE'S: FINEST AND FLORIDA'S They are VERY ATTRACTIVE and the rates are most loitonublo. Address, 1 'I!
LAhUEST AND BEST \'B tI-L'OUAD HOTEL. S' 11 I1 .
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"' Part of South Finn Hotel( Victory, fusing like JoI'lc-: showing 'I } t

y Ntitatoitum In foieKfound.", Season ft"v '*'> "; ''' '4'' $ ,nW; '';*" .t '
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. =
VAL HOTEL at ,
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Opposite i> postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly, repaired. und re SIR 2rq a a n 't:. r.'r 'sewn I 1:1 h, '

novated. Newly famished throughout. Liberally conducted ." Victory ? .
A usual inoiuing scene at the bout houses lintel Victory guests starting 's W

Rates $2.50 per day and up. '1 he Plaza and Terraced Walk to Lake for spin on the Play.1tUClLhUGI r-.
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STMORELAND HOTEL, West Bay and Cedar!: Streets.JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Hotel Indian River, HOCKLEDOE) FLA. I The Pallas'y: : I I t- IIr 1'';; i iA


American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TIT large" home-like hotel, well appointed and beautifully located, giving: the t. '
comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKE
this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water JUST:: TIlE PLACE TO SPEND TUB: WINTER. WORTH, opposite the Hoyall'olnclarll\. White waitresses Electric b j
THE HOME OF TUB ORANGE.LARGEST Bells. Good Klahlug, Hunting and Boating./ Rates, fj:. *:d BO and |3 per i'4 '1 tS
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERB: day. Special rates by the week. TilE PALMS!' West Palm Boaoh. I

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to 2.50 per day AC
Mrs.. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDK.: The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, l I 'Itt9 .

- .- 25: NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. STEAM HEAT. FLORIDA.W ,, : I

ST. AUGUSTINE ELECTRIC: LIGHTS, ELEVATOR. LAUVf'llES.<:: ORCHESTRA, \< I.',
C. EKNST: Manager. ;, <"t(
EXCELLENT: BOATING: KHIIING AND HUNTING.: I t t', "
On Lake Worth opposite PostotHoe and business houscn. Large verandas. I 1\ j'
J. HAMMONT: & CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARSH, Manncer.:3l 'Strictly lirst-cliiHH. lutes, *:2 per day Special by the week I r rI'A (
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Mel o St. ST. AUGUSTINE, --- .10rr :
George, : ''CO O .-....<< _. _1..1\1 IJIo.ACII. '._'_ ___ I ,

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Remodeled under new management. Rooms en suite with private bathe I

More sun exposure than auy hotel In St. Augustine.; Located on the Plaza Plaza Hotel 35
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i Hotel Palm Beach. ly lyS
S M. B. MONTGOMERY, Oner and Propr. ,
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Iluestls house,-Saratoga Springs. I ,
I INDIAN RIVER, Xl.OOlC.lOcaso. ... f'. y J

I GRFa'rOHAN >- THE NEW': MODERATE RATE HOTEL. '4l
MAGNOLIA S JUNOSgnoll'a "THE ( GROVE ;
I I RESORT OF FLORIDA." Accommodates "iOO. Located on Palm Beach
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. I I' I i proper, between the Ocean and Lake Worth. &
auks
Hotel I hotel, located the of the famous Indiana ;
Springs A handsome modern on
(St. Johns River.) River, In the midst of an 80-acre bearing orange grove.. Steam heat In Within a minute's walk of the Palm Beach Railway \- J
unites with bath; filtered rainwater; location. conceded: by I II :Station\ and Royal Poinciana Gardens Rates, : f fr
i 48= miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam I L I everyone every room the best In Itocklodge; Fast Coast, Hallway depot In the hotel i ':Joo per day and upwards.. Suites with private
Electric Lights I '
an Open In all rooina. Steam heat. Elevator.
fireplace J
Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf courserenols grounds. Oranges; free to the guetiis. Liberal management and rates. I baths extra. Booklet and weekly rates on application. \ *
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' Fishing, 8bo tiog. Two swimming pools and baths. *4..CHI< > per d.j Accommodations for S. II. PECK, Manager.amnmer rabsvtea Opens December iiOth.
:Special O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. 4 4yfsy
weekly rates. ft Kf.i>rt-Tli. New Arlington llolol I'eloikey, Mlrh. ailliiJ refit IIIUOCIvLEDOK .. cw"s4uoa W. H. ORMES, Manager: 3
isoass
V eon of the heat. Luke (Jn' June (<>(Jotr.
II, STANLEY< STEVENS, Owner.THE .
Al/TAMONTK SPRINGS a: :.--: :J-tIaI.! F6
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SPRINGS, ; HIBISCUS 1 I"AIBEACH: FL4.UNDErt s
e Altamonte Hotel ALTAMONTE : : NEW< MANAGEMENT, a
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Hotel FLA.INDIAN f
ORANGE New Rockledge superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. Excellent ,
Open from November until May. Most beautifully located, complete and< KIVEIt. TI hl.,. U"urtouuIISul'vlc/ !!. Homo Comforts. Kale, fj.50 per day and up.Bade. r '
attractive hotel In Interior Florida. Among the pines and orange (Troves.; | Klisi-Cla ItHsiaurant atlacliod. to hotel. t S +
Rates very moderate Send for booklet. OEO. E. HATES, Prop.J3NTI3KP1USE Situated In midst of full bearing orange grove: overlooking Indian Klver. A..W..FRITSCH, Proprietor. 1
nmer Resort N. II. and 'fishing. Casino, Billiards and Bowling- Livery. --- --- i
: "The Grand, Mt. Vernon, Unexcelled hunting ----- -- ----
Steam Heat, and many suites with Private lUth. Two dally concerts by Urst
: class orchestra. Rates, *:1.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates until Beach Club Cafe. ;

January 20th. .
FLA. H. R. SHARES, Proprietor. (Inoorpoiated.) :
ENTERPRISE, !
IOCR HOUSE Weir. Lake Winnipesaukee, N. II. y
Lake Monroe. Summer Hotel: Jew t
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Tourists going to or returning from the East Coast can break Journey here, MK Hit ITT, MerrittH:\ INland. ,
asall Clyde Steamers on the picturesque St. Johns stop at Enterprise. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours .
First-class accommodation for either casual visitors or families wishing t VTrJAVAArFAMILY WINTER IIESORT. ; ,
enjoy the beauties of the locality, and the very best hunting and tlshlng i ii TIlE \ .iTxt On Indian| River| Merrltt, Fla.
Florida. A. S. DENIOSManager.: : Now Open. Accommodations for 11) adults. Sun Parlor, Balllard, Pool and First-Clans Chef, Cuisine and Service. F',, ti
tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 8.10 feet of docks. '
SEADREEZE. Cabin Ping Pong, catboat for cruising. Hunting and fishing finest on the Coast. Write, and :lrl.'V'a"te: :Dl.n.1n.g: : :J.ar1ors 'i

------ boat will meet you at Cocoa. free. Oyster Roasts a specialty. '
our Mrs. E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor. Orders received. for Dinner Partial of any number at all hours.MIAMI. 1 cII

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he 1 e Colonnades NOW OPEN.J Hotel t I LUI hiew ON INDIAN IUVER, ar t ? r
SEABREEZE, (Daytona) FLA.SPEC e JL MERKITT, FLORIDA. -----

On High Pine Land. Health comfort<< and sport. No better Hunting Hotel Formerly Palm Cottage. l
Palm
The
''IAL-RATE8 UNTIL JANUARY ISTIL: and Fishing In Florida. Sulphur Swimming Bath. Fine Yaclitlng. MIAMI, FLA.
Now Open. E. L. CKUSIUS: Proprietor.JEXSEX. ,

:FOR: RATES, BOOKLETS, ETC., ADDRESS: ___ ___r_____ ___ ----- -m-.- - ..- --- ---- Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements, large, airy rooms/newt7 ,
: furnished, with broad, breezy verandas. Cuisine the very best. Rates, $:'J and M
CIIAS. A. CREIGIITON, Manager. $::1.0; per da,. Special per week GUS. A. MULLER, Proprietor. ,
JE SR FLA. '
AL FRESCO HOTEL, of I'lneapple Belt j
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SHARES PIONEER
Proprietors. HOTEL MIAMI, FLORIDA. "
1UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. -_ lti
The prettiest location on Indian River. Larpe, beautiful/ ground Near Remodeled and Enlarged. Newly] Furnished.. Centrally Located f
the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting.: Terms reasonable. Letters and E. A. FOK4SELL, Proprietor.
lie Clarendon Inn FLA. Telegrams. reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. )
e SEABREEZE, JOHN H. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. -- .-- --- '

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OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. PETEICSIJUltO.

Facing the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new manage. TIlE BELMONT 9T- PETERSBURG, FLA. The Jefferson KEY: WEST, FLA. 1 pr
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meat Best Northern. Service. Special rates by the week and for the season Opened "
the Claren,. On the west shore of Tampa Kay. Tbe most healthful winter resort city In the '
Clarendon Inn base meet all train at Daytona Station. Address State. On high: ground, pure water, perfect drainage; spaclou. piazzas, room JAS P. VINING, Manager.Stopover "
\''on' Inn E. POTTER, Prop.C. large and newly famished papered and painted lutes, $:J per day; $*00)to 15.00 I "
Seabreeze A O. 8.
Florida. W. II. TIPPETTS, Proprietor allowed on all\ Hanna tickets via P. ; S..Co.:
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n ir A PEEP. AT-TITUSVILLE. Additional- Locals. Bobbins & Graham Go.Incorporated. RAILROAD WATCHES !

In an interesting article upon Tltus
vllle, our old friend. Mr. L. C. Demaree, ., Judge J. B. Gaines, of Leesburg, has ( .)
JEWELERS. AND bIJ.VEU IITI1S, of the editorial staff of the Daytona Ga been In town a day or two. PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.

41 West nay Street, zette-N o"lIlIaYII: A representative of the -Mr. Cyrus Carleton, of Providence,
Gazette-News went down to the county R. I. Is of the Indian River hotel. This company owns
a guest \Ve have a full line at...
JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA.Laigest seat of Brevard, last Saturday fora visit
to that ijulet little Indian River capital. -Mr. M. S. Brown, a prominent store 31, u :3ST: :: 3D S,
this section of country.
stock In
Established In 1809. When we came to Florida. flint, about keeper of Jacksonville, was In Tltusvllle in the Indian River Country; On the St. Rock Bottom Prices.
twelve years ago, Titusvllle was the llvelleHt yesterday
Send for descriptive catalogue. town on the Kant Coast, perhaps.Kvery KIT" We cannot guarantee to publish Lucie Klver; at New Elver and on Bay Prices quoted on application.A .

': available house was occupied Items that do not reach this office before Biscayne. Price* to suit tbe times.
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rents weie high, everybody was employed noon on Thursdays.Messrs. full stock of all kinds of Jewelry Alarm Clocks,
ANHEUSER BUSCH remunerative and Send for Land LI at.
THE ,, and wages were money
,, L. A. BrAdy and D. "B.Pritcbard Silverware Etc. Etc.
circulated Chains Table ,
freely. few Titusville and Miami Fla. Watch ,
are out in the woods for n Offices ,
The building of the F. K. C. Railway '
Brewing Asso's, gave TlttiBville a very black eye and days, deer stalking. I G. L. MANDAVILLE ,

since then she has had a struggle to hold FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT,

Famous St. Louis KB C and Hot- her own. The town Is drifting south In Tltusvllle, six rooms. Apply P. O. East Coast Meat Market Jeweler and Optician, Tltusvllle, Fla.

ward along the liver shore, and here you Box 33, Titusville, Fla. ,
tlud Doer. -- --- -
sue some handsome, artistic cottaA'oawllicb G. F. DUREN Agent.

Mold by Messrs. F. A. Ixisloy" and. betoken not only comfort but lux Richard performed& Prlngle'a In the Lyoeurft Georgia Theater Mlnstrets -, a:: EL_ :ae: ::c &;, :BIRO.:

R, L. :Mi>tlowTltusvlllsFls.By ury. ,
But the darkest hour is just before "ast evening, to a crowded house. _DEALERS IN-

Mr, K.I* Motlow,Cocoa, Flu. (lawn, and Tltusvllle's dawn I III showing.Tltusvlllo -The baby of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. ..... -- AND HAY AND ALL FOOD

JOSEPH ZAPF hast least three quite substantial I Blythe's little son of Orlando, passed GROCERIES, GRAIN PRODUCj

resources which are wholly undeveloped 'through here Wednesday, en route to C-> We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FUi I I'1Un

or only partly developed. Indianole for interment. = We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade ,.' ill
COD
Sole Agent. the Wide-awake waste lands, practical adjacent men to could Tltusvllle clear, -Correspondents of the ADVOCATE e.. I erg Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at yoiu nation.!
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the fields to velvet beans along the East Coast will please note E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSV1LI.K:, !KLA.S .
plant cow pens,
OJO to (WO:! West Day Street, that local "want" and "for sale" advtu.
Call lHa, some of It to Japanese sugarcane

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to yams, etc., etc., have Duroo-Jer- are published on our first page. _. .c.2;-
Hey hogs-a hog most prolific, suitable to -Mr. Orlando Quarterman jr will be = C'c.2 W. CARROLL
this climate almost Immune from disease. married next Hund.iv mornlnff to a YOu Oil ; -=.. ,

xt.. L. easy to fatten at any age, quick to mature lady of Brunswick, Ga., and start at onco FLORIDA. -Dealer It-
always gentle-and Import from for their future home at Canaveral. TITUSVILLK,
Kentucky :bhorthorn, Hereford or Abber- GROCERIES. GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE ,
deen-Augus bulls and breed up the com -Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells of Mel -
mon stock. The products of the soil bourne, were passengers on Wednesday's Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage OIClted.TJTUSVII.LE \ ,

could be fed to the cattle and bogs. The northbound train, en route to Orlando, FLORIDA.
vetches would the costliest to attend the Episcopal convention.Mrs. .
pump nitrogen, _._
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and most valuable known fertilizer, J. E. Pentland left here, this ----- ---

Into the soil and the presence of the live week, for Tampa, on a visit to her mother INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
stork would add to the humus.
and her late residence Is now occupied
The marsh', saw-grass land could be by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Piltchard.Messrs. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
thrown up and made Into the flnest of
truck gardens and tangerine orange orchards Hendrlckson and Rosanl, I Is prepared to furnish Ice In any qlll\ntlty-8acke<1 or loose. Speci.il) alien

That Is just the land the tan the magicians and shadowKraphlstSjgave I paid,sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair, dealing is my motto.

gerine delights in. a very creditable entertainment at the I T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

Beginning at Tltusvllle and running Tltusvtlle Opera house on Monday even .
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north twelve miles Is a magnificent strip ing. -- ---- ---

of rich hammock and, If planted to -Mr. rhas. II. Smith, secretary of tile TXT"US-VXLLE: : :c..rvmn..Y STADL ,

oranges, ought to beat the rose blossom Jacksonville Board of Tiadfl, wnsaio-
ing. cent pleasant caller at this office. He

Then there Is the laige fish industry as came to TJtusvllle to attend to some law KEEP AND- SALE SADDLE<: HOtetBUGSUIKS

Fine a sort of side issue. business with Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins.Mr. -
Liquors Wines Beers
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Ales, Stout Etc. Just to the rear of the Indian River M. T. Jones a former resident of If Your House Goes in Smoke ...STABLZS... ,
Hotel I Is an artesian well of water, possess MIms, Fla., blot who has spent the past I up
;jtyt5end me your older! ing marked medicinal virtues. Last BAGGAGE MTJtRETs:
arrived
seven years at Lake Paik, Ga., .
loose
winter gentleman from Louisville and everything
a you
Ky.,
TITUSVILLE Saturday, and will make bis home,
per
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COCOA FLORIDA.I It Is fallt.FJ.rO .
went there upon leoommendatlon of a manently, at his old place at MImsNo : your own TRANSFER, and TURXOns>
gentleman M ho was cured of a mallirnant : :In.s'I.ran.oo.lIufticlent : : .

bladder affection. Last winter's visitor southbound trains arrived here to cover the value of the prop HAULING, ETC. ..all kindi.FLORII.
Hodgson liros. suffered fiom a chronic kidney trouble yesterday, owing to a freight wreck between erty and household fleets should be car

of IonIC standing. After using the water Xeoea and Palatka. The first ried. Rates are not high. The companies J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. a few weeks he was enabled to sleep nil southbound passenger train Is expected we leprexent are solvent, reliable and lib T1TJVILI.EBack::) of Grand View hotel. '
Marine night Instead of being forced to seek relief In Tltusville about nine o'clock this (Fri eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.

Railway. as high as six times a night.If day) morning.Mr. Don't neglect to t.ike" out n policy. --- -

General Merchants ami Ship Chandlers. the reporter had Flaglei's spondu J. T. Jlendrlcks, of ,Orlando, SCIIUYLER A BRANDING,
licks and with it retained his the
..Hpecl.il Fllclll loa.. ( repor.tef's. was a pleasant caller at this office yes Seeds For Summer
not Flngler'n) philanthropy, he terday. He came beie to pay the taxes TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Crops.
For Hauling would establish e.inltarlum there and
Out, Staling and Repairing s> on the immense body of land In Brevard Correspondence Invited.
advertise the water from the tit.! Luw-
Yachts and owned by the Southern States
Launches."Mention county,
river to the Gulf of California and
the AOVUOATR wlmn wrltbl from rence Bay Biscayne to Puget Hound., It accompanied Land and Timber by his Co. wife}fr., and Ilendrlohs both will Is A MEW INVENTION. Millets Sorghurn v Soja Beans, Velvet Beans Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, 81:

Is mildly cathartic, and as .a corrective of leave to-day, for the Royal 1'oinclana hotel Beggarweed, efean. _____ __ _____
The most I'l'tullnr and! Intcrpst- nearly all the organs Is a No. 1. Properly Palm Beach.Mr. .
VISIT ,, I advertised and known throughout: c<> IE: =
|nK IIIabt| In An.eilca . A ml'I'lcR (OIlO J. Z. Motlovr left TlUisvllle
fully people would -
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go ,
Recently Black Unknown .
Patented all Oier the World. Whlppv Claysy" Wonderful Ladyflngers.Clean :
there and this annual violation Tuesday last to the remains ,
THE FLORIDA every winter acci>n>pauy
BilRht" Stock: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 350 |.er qt., roHtpaid would necessltare .a large permanent of Mr. Itobeit Dinlels, .ho died at Cocoa
peek *|i)5;): bushel.
population, and this would call for of pneumonia, on Monday, to their ;
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Poultry Supplies Stock Food Insecticides, Garden 1 oo.a.: Kertlli.ers.L.
OstrichFarraCoJACKSONVILLE. a development on all sides of Tltusvllle. final resting place in Wtmlit: >lIter. Tenn The Walton" ,
Mr. Daniels was a member of the Indhin ; CAMERON. The Seed Store

THE COAST LINE CANAL. River Band, of Tltusvrlle, and leaven 1 114 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Taber's .
friends here who with
many sympathise
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The Florida Coast Line Canal and I his relatives In their sad loss.Rev. Self-Locking Tackle Block ---- -- ---- -

and Transportation! Company of this city I. II. M. Boirert. of Metuchen.X. \ ,
IIIIH filed with I the county clerk of trust J., the new pator'' >f the Tiitisvl.le Trees
for #100,000) In favor of the American and Hockledge Piesbyterlan chinches, Made In various shapes and siaes, of

Security and Trn t Company of Washington preached his flr.t seimon in Tltusvllle on WOO>, motf aiMii BROXZE. win
says the 'rlme -Unlon and Citi Sunday evening last. Mr. Dogeit Is u work equally' well with rope chain or nave-lion envVnblo' reputation for being welllrown. thilfty and true t" ou
zen's St. Augustine correspendent. The most able divine. and his sermon was very Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands at Batiifrlustorners
deed covers ail the possessions of the listened to with deep Interest by his congregation wlie rope. Is the United Mtates: Government, for whom we.are prowine pciybrldsr
company with the exception of certain The Tltusvllle and Rocklerigechuiches Will work at any height upsld down, on contract both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extern>
lands held by :bamuel Maddox and Albert ate fortunate in having secured horizontally at any angle, and will Orchard and:Nursery experience Is ab! your service. Fruit trees, Shade tr es,B

I*. S.ivnge trustee. The bomls haven him as their pastor. Her will pieacli in stop and lock a any pol nt. and Orna-mentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free*

par value of $1MH( each, and earn 0 percent Kockledee( every /iSunday rooming and in Invaluable for every kind of business UZJK &AiST MART NURSEJUESy G. JL. TABEK, PROPRIETOR,
Interest. The deed Is made to
cover Tituttvlll, Sunday evening. '
an Issue of bonds held by members of, every where a block Is needed, frequently saving Glen Sai.ne Mary,. Flu

the company, In order that work may the labor of one man or more-.
proceed with all possible dispatch. These THE STAR BOARDER.
:Nothing like it for stretching
bonds are all held by Interested parties, hanging or

and there Is nothing for sale. About the best thing In the farce com wires. YOUR EYES EXAMINED FRE

It was decided lust summer to push edy line which has been done this sea Address all communications to the
the waterway from !at.: Augustine to Biscayne son' Is Chan. Boyle's impersonation of

': --:.'" -. years Bay work to has a speedy been completion.done at certain For Chaunoy Depot In "The Mar B arder." Walton ,Self-Locking Block Co. I; feave a complete line of Opt teal Goods, and
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which piece has been presented with
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....... points, partloulaily tb of Lake Worth the Jo all kinds of Fitting of :lye O-lasses.
I'i" ...... great success throughout country (Incorporated)
1''Z. ,' ..::-, -- into Blsoavne Bay As certain sections during the present theatrical year. Mr. and Spectacles.
-- -.:...=-- --...:;_ of the canal wcie completed the company Boyle Is also the author of the farce with Office and Wareroom\ 4OI) Atlantic Ave. Your Kyes'; :Kxamined Fee. J\ Fit Guivrimtetxt..
received parcels of land from the the above clever title. Near Rowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.

State as a bonus for the Improvement. There Is quite a little plot and "Stars" BOSTON MASS. G. 1. MANDAVILLE, Jeweler and OptSetan.TITUSVILLK .

Ntiarljr> Klituiitlo; M nit Mamlliiir to in foot The cut between the Matanzas and Hall- a plenty, and not one old juke In the FLA.
lilKli, welichtiiK W: to oI4NII"'M' etu-h. Ontrloh fax livers, by way of !Smith: Creek, has whole show. There Is good dancing galore ; -
neat hatt'bed.HUlilo., eitun' o..trh'hel,. ItUnii auI baby oetrlchasjiMt always been considered the most dllllcult with ,clever fun, fast and furious Sample Blocks can be teen at the ADVOCATE --- __.

I' ) MHoort TlRltnr. .* through the farm, explaining ''I and expensive; yet It is necess.iry In order from start to finish, and many genuine : office, Tltusvllle. FRUIT and VEGETABLE GKOWEBS
1 all l.out the blrua, their lienU, tiabltn, for the company to ojmply with Its new jokes. '
l'IIII1a",8to" charter, and to provide the continuous Boyle has a Sousa specialty which is Sheriffs
Sale.
waterway which was originally Intended. extravagantly funny, and with others of
For Sulo Clionp. When completed, this waterway will provide the company does an excellent parody on Ship us your Fruit and Vegetables. Highest Prices Paid. Quotations sent

.K continuous channel of six feet the "Old Kentucky" quartette, with UNI>Elt AND BY VIRTUE OF AN 'EXEru. weekly. Our Stencil free to all who .....ntefor It.
deep und not less than sixty feet wide Untied out of the Clrmitt fourt for
\ The Flannel" place at Itaulove 'Canal which the latter-day Infest
T pastorals are
lhul County In m rortatn We handle deall"
caiuwi therein Fresh Fish and Game the
;H acres of land and a house. Fine location from :St. Augustine Into Blocayno Bay. ed. Mr. Boyle also does some coon pending! wherein the Flrat National Itank of at. on Commission. We are largest
for a Club-house; J.lMH) feet waterfront It will be an entirely Inside route, with sougs In away-up fashion. He has the Aiiguitiiiie lit plalntllT! and It. L. Altlorwan li de in the South. ,

I,, on the Lagoon, also fronting on out the slightest exposure to any seas.Most voice, the Insinuating darkey twang, and llu fendant auction 1 have In front levied ol the upon Court and will House cell. at door pul at>- SOUTH GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. VALDOSTA, C
the Canal. Excellent (Uhlng and hunt of I It will be through the most picturesque an eloquent pair of heels to .assist and Tltu llle, Florida, during the leiral bmin of
I nit. Also 10 acres of One hammock land coast portion of the East Coast reminds one of Mr. Dockstader, the celebrated wle upon the
at hlluh. Apply to of Florida, and for pleasure craft and negro delineator. FIRST MONDAY IX MARCH A. D. 1903,
F. J. WICHII. houseboats no moie charming trip could In fact, "The Star Boarder" Is head E. C.
3apl Tltusvllle, Fla. be Imagined. It Is expected that this and shoulders above the average farce to lowing the hlgtiMt dmiorllmd and real bent meat Milder* of for the cash defendant.tbe fol JOHNSON .
will ba for
route ready nse through its comedy touring the country, and must ,Ituated la the County of Hrevard, and state of
entire length by next winter. be seen to be appreciated. The show Florida, towltiCommencing
Clothing Cleaned. l>yed. at the Sou t heart corner of
what
comes to the Lyceum Theatre,Tituavllle, Is known In the neighborhood: a th* B. R. Wll- Groceries and Fresh Meats
FISHING AT ROCKLEDQE. Tuesday evening, 1<'eb. :3rd, and Is about lon !grove thence run Went 19 devraes and onmlnniM vr .
, Pressed and Repaired. I.adlea'dreslltla the best of our list of attractions. South 440. yards. ,thence South 19deareei **
i It., upeeialty. Addrens, One of our Rockledge correspondents and :05 minnMa Kaat 110 janU, thence East lit. doirrem '*
and 09 minute* *, tbenre of all kinds.
i MAUl'
i
writes follows
ICRIUNS. us as : North Itfdeiirem. and 011 mil"Ue.lfeAt 1 10
II Magnolia Avenue and Bth Street There are large numbers of floe fish ESCAPE OF CONVICTS. t<> rhe iMiintof ...bxglnnlnif. )containing arrei.yards
P. O. Box :235.. Sanford, Fla. being caught by guests of the New Rock- nil ""'Inll iltnatwTln the NICK ot the NWW anii Fruits and
Vegetables in Season,
the NWW of tli NKX of Boo. 211, Township 21
ledge, and never, at this time of year, About 8 p. m., on Sunday, five convicts South. Rang 3d Eaa,. Tun-haner. pays for deed.febSTT .
\ I Musicians. have the trout and channel bass been so at Monroe A Co's. turpentine camp, J. ..BROWN, Sheriff. Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attentloll.OOOOA. .

plentiful, 50 to 100 being caught dally; about eight miles south of Tltosvllle, escaped FLA.
A baritone horn for sate, nearly new; and In size they are all that could be desired from the dining-room through a .

, I: Co.t 92.1.00:!: ; will sell for $1:1.00.: Can be and are very gamy, making exolt I hole in the floor, which Is said to have Drayliif.Drayingorhanllng { -
, T wen at the store of Ing sport. been previously made by them. In fifteen IF
k ., J. R. WALKKH A Co., The pastime la not alone confined to minutes their ell'ape..aa discovered, : of AI Inds prompt YOU WANT A...
to the but the ladles ly attended to. Meets. all trains. Stove
, Tltusvllle, Fla. men have become and the guards and dogs were on their
Interested, and have been making some trail. Captain Harrison captured one wood supplied.
line catches, In some cases getting the near Hardeevllle, and one was tracked ALFRED JIADLBT, TitusTille.
I L>Aml_For Sale. better of some of our old-time anglers. about seven miles and shot but he escaped .Building' Lot

Great rivalry exists among the latter In Prltchard's hammock. This TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. .. ,
17> acres flrst-class pineapple land and early breakfasts and lunches are In was Sam Brown. The others went to

desirable frunt, on St. Luole river, at a order dally\ among the more enthusiastic the St. Johns river marsh, where all or a lot with a BUILDING
BEADY
bargain. Kor reasonable terms write. to whom the ordinary day Is not long trace of them was lost. The following are the times of arrival FOR OCCUPANCT

,V. W. Lire. enough, and they must be up and out The men who were at large up to Mon and departure of passenger trains to and LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
Ttbbals, Fla. with the sun.Hundreds day evening were Henry Montgomery front Tltusville: GABDi
PINEAPPLE
of ADVOCATE reader* are Henry William, L. B. Brown and Wlli OOTHBOCHD.Leans PLANTATION TRUCK
J.JrOI.D NEWSPAPERS: For Sale, looking for just such sport as that afforded Gross. 1 lOS a 10 Ve probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
TltmYUIe for Miami
Cheap, at this office. and :O7
p m
at
and
Rockledge
wandering about On Tuesday, Henry Williams and L. Intermediate poinu at fim *
: p mlfOaTBIIOt71 Settlers l< J
possibly fruitless search for are flocking la but still there Is oona.
KIT Filter tubes are now for sale at what they B. Brown were captured-one near Sanford J :00 pm
tUis office, price :23cts! ; postage extra. might knew have to their heart's content If and the other near Osteon. Henry they it existed so close to band. Montgomery and Will Goss sore still at Lea".TltnllYtlle for JaoktonTllI 1 a'uum
There are flsh enough for all at Rock- large.A and Intermediate point*at f S t3T p m JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVice-Pre,ldtDt.
itrRe&tllng: notice ads. on this page ledge and we hope this article will reach reward of $100 each Is offered for J 5:43 pm ,
are live oents per line per week. the eyes of many East Coast fishermen. their capture. M TltueTllle for Raoford :tift Lm ILOIUDA EAST COAST R'T,
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Arrives TltvurlUe from
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