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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: February 6, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;j. NO. 4:. TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY O.t 1OOO PRICE Co. :t ,

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LOCAL NEWS IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME, A SAM PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing. PALMO-PEPSIN-TBE BEST DRINKat CREX GRASS CARPET, GRASS FUR AMONG THE HOTELS. ,

Grove Pineapple Plantation or Vegeta- Wilson & Son's Drug Store and John nlture and Rugs Walker A. Co. -
General'lnterest.THE table Farm see E. A. Waddell, Miami. -Pineapple offer to men with small Walker & Co's.Mrs. 't""
id Topics, of capital. Look sharply. for W. W. Luce's -New goods at the Toy and Novelty' Hotel Ormond, under the able and ,
-Miss Gertrude Ives, of LaGrange, ad. on page 8. W. S. Branning left Tltusville, Store, Tltuaville. Give them a call. popular management of Messrs. Anderson ,

ADVOCATE, left, Saturday last, for a visit with the Wednesday, for Fort Pierce, where she A Price, Is now doing a nourishing !
DON'T FORGET DEAUTIFUL VALENTINES AT B. R. i
Misses Hardee we are headquartersfor I
at Rockledge. returning r,
la advance. will visit Mr and Mrs. W. N. Hendry.WEWANTYOURPATROYAGE. tourist buslneHa! ,
11.50 per annum, to to Titusville Thursday, and after spend- furniture. We meet all competit Wilson & Son's Drug Store. I, 1 '

$1.00 six months, the night with Miss Aleph Mlms, left for ion. J. R. Walker & Co., Titusville. WE "The Countess Dobrcky of Vlnnna\ Considerable Improvements J have been .
12.00 per an. to foreign countries. her home this need It. Dry Goods, Gent's Furnish made at Hotel I'alm Bench since Messrs.\ '
morning.Mrs. FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDSfor was a of the Breakers Palm Beach ,
guest; ,
subscribe for tbe ADVO- '
(Tien you Ing, Shoes, Millinery. Furniture, etc. Stevens and Ormes have been in possession ,
it does not cost I,. G J. Branning of Palm Beach sale. Improved and unimprovedlands. the first of the week. ,
rn by the year, you J. K. Walker & Co., Titusvllle. and the work Is still going on. i. 1
Prices to suit all Callor
week, postage! Included arrived In Tltusville :Monday, and left parties. FUKNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT"
oe cents per for her home on write. E. Waddell, Miami\ Fla. -The Ovuntess BonI de Castellane There are such a j Jolly lot of young people
Wednesday, accompanied in Titusvllle\ six P. O, jll
printed Apply '
of expiration uponr rooms.
ote date (formerly Miss Gould and two bright at the Colonnades Seabreeze this ,
or wrapper every week. This by her mother, Mrs C. L. Wright, -Mr. J. E. Fultz, of Sprucebluff, and ,) Box 3.t: Titusville, Fla. of I
the Poinci- and under the Mr.
paper little sons arrived at Royal season, leadership
and her sister Miss Emma ,
who
No need Wright; Mr. R. N. Andrews of In
receipt for your money.for go; to Palm Beach for a week's visit with town this week attending, Cocoa Brevard were Ooun- ana hotel, Palm Beach, 'on Saturday -'Cot. Geo. F. 1 Can tine, of Newburg, and Mrs. Crelghton they keep things I

us to send receipt it to you. subscription. Mrs. Branning and Mr. Phillip Wright. ty's School Board, meeting. Supt:: ; R. E.: night last. Her husband Is In Paris. N. Y Is again being heartily greeted by moving. .. wi'
date gives his friends. w',,
i many Rockledge Messrs. Bradley Bros. of the Palm
Mima also -Mr. J. A. ]Mnldoon\
-One of the most was present. a prominent I
have
enjoyable oyster ,
ten cents bakes given in Tltusville this citizen of New York, is again at the LADIES, ATTENTION: I Seethe new Bench Club and Cafe, one of the tJ.J.
ads.
ff- Reading notice are season, was CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic finest places of Its kind In the United :
Breakers Palm Beach where he Is receiving line of down-to-date silks received to
,
line on this page. the one given by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Gallery, Titusvllle, and see States. Everything la up to date, hence i ir t
He
Robbins hearty greetings.; brought a day. J. R Walker & Co., Tltuaville.Thn .
on Saturday lust. There his
evening of Flash
samples Photogiaphs.; the great success of this popular resort.
E. Bond of DeLand, la bride with him this F
-Mr: Frank was a large; party present, all of whom lights by appointment at any time. charming young on Duke and Duchess of Manchester --vSf,

own to-day. report a delightful time. Fireworks add- Always something new. occasion of England; and Mr. Zimmerman, of Mr. Allen E. Treadway manager of ;

NOBBY LINE OF GENTLEMENS' ed considerably to the amusement, and -We call the attention of the ADVOCATE Cincinnati 0., ere expected at Palm the famous Red Lion hotel Stockbrldgo, '
just received. J. R. )Valker& Co. everything went off "as-smoothly as a -Me Rrs. J. R. MIot of Indlanola; R. readers to the fact that there are Beach this week. Mass., Is visiting his brother-in-law Mr. I Ii
at
marriage bell." A. Conkllng. of Tlllman\ ; John C. Jones, 22 more days of the hunting season Horace R. Pharos, at the New Rockledge (r.
only :
A. Rosa of Palatka, arid of Quay and J. F. Bell of White City -Mr. L. Moreton Murray -i
Mr. Frank ; for Quail and turkey. while the time limit ,representing hotel, Itookledge.! Mr. Treadway It accompanied 1 I
I
at the Indian River hotel, yesterE -Mr. George E. de Walter who was were In town this week, attending to deer expired on February lat and Marx Itros.. wholesale Tracers- of Jack by his wife and son .I ; I.
at not Springs, Va., the past summer, their duties as County Commissioners.Dr. on fonvllle, was registered at the Sembler )'1 1Comparison "I .
unlawful kill them : 4
It Is to Hotel
is now of temperatures at
now at Palm Beach for tbe winter.Mr. .
Cottage Wednesday
HOME should have a Sewing Ma- de Walter has again resumed chargeof J. M. DIxon, member of the -Mr. Wm. :\[. Brown president of Ormond, Ormond. for January 1003: and '::, ,"t mOR
,
them for cash
hiDe In it. We have or County School left WOOD BY THE LOAD OR CORD.-
Board Tuesday for
tbe social functions at the Hotel Royal on the Bank of Bay Blsoayne, returned toTitusvllle January 11KU: : Temperature January I' i
Co.
,igy payments. John R. Walker & Poinciana and Breakers this season, and morning; to attend the meeting of the on Tuesday, from his visit of Guaranteed full mesaure. Leave or- 100U\ : SH, m., :52.50 ; 12 noon, 03.5 = { 1 '

-Miss Aleph Mlms and her friend, Is arranging for the Washington Birth- State Teachers' Association, which open- several weeks In Boston and New York dare at S. W Carroll's Grocery Store.A. 8 p. m., 53.A t mean, 60. Temperature. '

9 Agnes Whidden, spent Sunday with day Ball, and children's cotillions, which ed on Wednesday, at Gainesville Fla. He was glad to return from the land of P. Gruber, TItutvllle. for January 100:1): : 8 a, m., 65.no 12 m. 't' ..rAt J

is Bessie Grlsard at Cocoa. so delighted the guests last year. -It Is rumored that Dr. J. F. Forbes, Ice and snow to tbe land of sunshine and -Mrs. S. B. Fay, of Bostot, who Is 030Sp.m.,57.50mean; ; 30. '

E E.A. WADDELL, MIAMI J3T TO CLOTHING AND DRY of the John B. Stetson University, De- flowers spending the winter at Hotel Ormond, the Hotel Delmont, St. Petersburg, 'y 1, l'"

irer of Cutler estate if you GOODS MERCHANTS. Land, has entered suit against M r. Stet- r-Dr. E. E. Rollins and Mr. Allan N. Ormond, Fla., was visiting Mrs. E. E. on the west coast, are quite a number of. I'II'' I '

uy choice bits of real estate MAN-I Rent, a Fine, Corner Brick son for libel and slander, with damagesat Medd, of this place, went quail shootinga Rollins, of Titusville, a short. time last prominent people from the ntrtb, and (( ,i J' "I'
$250,000.: Major St.Clair Abrams has week. several families are booked for the tentb. ,,
Store In the and returned t
hours
Tltusville county few on Tuesday, I
Miss Julia Cone, who has been stay- the case In hand. The Belmont Is the only hotel la St. ,
Monroe town of Brevard, on Indian with 33: quail. Although thousands of -The ADVOOATK: sJafT return thanksto t.
cousin Mrs. D. W. ,
with her The ;
couple of weeks or so Is delightedb River. Suitable for clothing, -Mr. W. S. Brown, a prominent resi- quail have been brought Into Titusvllle D. R. Wilson A Son, agents for Nun Petersburg on high
a Tltuaville.Messrs. gents furnishings, dry goods, dent of Montreal, Canada, Is enjoying a this season, there are still plenty In the Daily's and Conlda's cAndies, for some agement tilled use only The boiled Interior, of tbe house I t t ;
etc. Rare chance for a good, rest from business cares at the Breakers, woods. excellent candy which was presented on water. ''. f I
- Jefferson, Clow and GrimM up-to-date business man on Palm Beach. He Is accompanied by his Thursday.MY has been entirely refurnished this sea 1\ I
Among the pleasant callers at this New linen for bed and dining '
rooms

son. ,
are the most noted fishera the East Coast. Immediate little and attendant and .
among son they speakIn '
office Friday last was Mr. Cyrus OLD PATRONS will now find me china I
on room, new glassware, etc.
at the Breakers Palm Beach. They Full this
possession. particulars high terms of famous resort.
Carleton, a retired merchant of Providence ready to do Dressmaking In the cot Every room an outside room; spacious .'f t'
of M. Robbins Tltusville t
having great sport.Mr. Fla.Geo. -Prof. Charles B. Cory, founder of I R.I. Mr. Carleton had been spending tape between the Indian River hotel piazzas, and menu In northern .ty e. Col. 1' 'I I

- A. II. O'Neal, who took week's r@ Canaveral Club, is scooping In all the a few weeks at Miami and Palm and barber shop. Call and give me a W. If. Tlppetu, a former newspaper A Athe t' t.-,

ire In the yacht Esther' C.,' In oom- -Mr. E. M. Hoi man, of Worcester, golf prizes at Palm Beach; but he cer- Beach, and on Saturday he left for Hotel trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. publisher, and an old hotel man front t ,

nd of Capt. J. lI. Allen, to Davtona, Mass., who, with his wife has been at tainly has missed the great; sport In deer, Ormond, at Ormond where he usually 1 L. MBNDBL.In Adirondack section of northern New '

weed here, Saturday last, saying he the Indian River hotel, Tltusville\ for bear, quail etc., which have been ao spends the winter season.Assembl0yman a recent game; of golf at Palm York, is the proprietor. .1'' 1
a very pleasant trip.Mr the past five or six weeks, will\ probably plentiful In this section during the win '
... s
>- Cyril B Gain, a Beach we were told Capt. phas. II.Hall Mr. Allen Amelia, of the firm of Alns- :
Mr. and Mrs. .
R. L. Griffith, one of the largest; leave here to chartered morrow. the trim-looking ter. genial and wlrole-souled Urooklynlte Is beat Mrs John L. McUlnnls who Rave lie & Grabow, managers; of two famous.) ... 'J

ilesiiia jewelers at Providence R. I., Holrhan have command of that -!Mr. and Mrs. William Painter and enfovlnga much-hecdad test an the Hotel the('aplaln a handicap of sue stroke and northern hotels-The Lenox, Boston; t1t h t I t \I

one of the most expert amateur fishen yacht, Kline, in C.1'/ Fischer popular and Miss Ethel Painter, prominent residents' Breakein, Palm lluncli. He Is ao- one hale !Mis. McGlnnl I I.* now waiting and New Ocean house, at Swampsoott )t""
who visits the East Coast, is navigator, Capt. of Baltimore, are again at the Royal eompan HII by his charming wife who III l for the next game': which will surely bea Mans,, who left Boston about a week or '

in at Rockledge for the season.. they East Const Intend taking far ; Palm a cruise Beach down where the Polnclana for the season Miss PainterIs delighted with Palm Beach Mr. and "kn.,ok-nut blow" for Capt. Hall.Mr. so ago/ was a passenger on yesterday's) ,i. i., y
as as popular and her numerous Mrs. Gale own considerable property inBrooklyn southbound train. Mr. Alnslle was n quite
,
p
Attorney G. A. Frost left Titusvllle\ they expect to stay a month. 1r.I\Od -: F. E. Mathows had the misfortune -
frIends are glad to agal n see her on the and Providence. companied by his charming and talented t ,
I'Rday, on a business trip to :Miami Mrs. Holman will stop off at all pointsof East Coast, to !get his loft arm painfully burned, wife and bright \little daughter. Helen. I', t, I
his way' home he will visit his father, interest along Indian River. i-White E kgle( the travelling/ doctor, last Monday, by accidentally letting hi* their to Rockledge I
, A.C, Front, and will\ arrive In Tltusu&IomUy -Mr. Geo. S. nine! a former residentof has a tent on the Lund property, wherehe arm cores In contact with M piece of hot They were on way j '! f''
Brook visit !Mrs. H. Julius Smith Mrs.AlnNlle's +
of
next, accompanied by his -Mr. Hugh/ McLaughlin, Tltusville, but now of Fort Pierce, and. his colleagues draw big; crowds metal, which was In the hands of Mr. 1C. on n mother.to Mrs. Alnslle told, a< t l..1. i I! I'
and I lyn, N. Y., leader of the Kings; county )lust, with free entertainment.The E Mime the of the black- our \
u) little son. sent up to Mr. John Henry : Friday, every evening a proprietor had I
1..1
wherewe that had .
democrats has arrived at Daytona, representative they a very < J I IIIOV"l'e
he could In. sell medicines to relieveor smith
for license that to shop. '
so object '
a marriage ,
Mr, and Mrs. S. Barton, prominent are told he will stay until the end of winter In Boston, and she was \! 1 4
lIart all kinds of to which r
well-known residents of Providence March. He Is accompanied by Mrs. Wm. gut married to M rs. Elizabeth tone, cure complaints -Mr. D. N. Cone, a prominent and glad to be hero to enjoy the balmy ,J;";11 r.
the Read the ad. 8th $
of Fort Pierce. to flesh Is heir on our
I., were among the pleasant callers at Courtney, their daughter; and Judge Congratulations; well-known citizen of Benton, Fla., who breezes on Indian River. Mr. and Mrs.Vlnslle :t'
.. White
and '
and
bride and then see Eagle. "' 4Rockledge
office last: Friday afternoon. Theyeon W. C. Courtney, one of the assistant die groom. page, go visiting his daughter and son-in-law, / will receive a glad welcome at Jr $I I '

their way to City Point, wherev trict attorneys of Kings county, and son, -Mr. and Mrs. John L. McGinnis, of -Judge( R. II. Lalmbeer, Jr ,. one of :Mr. and Mrs l). VV. Monroe, of this. J I k

own a line orange grove. The AD- ][ugh/ McLaughlin Courtney. Mrs. Me- Brooklyn, N. Y., are not only among the Brooklyn's popular and wealthy residents place, was among; the pleasant callers at Hotel Breakers, Palm Beach-Mr. Leland | t'

ATE follows. Laughlin's health has not been good of most expert golf players at Palm Beach, Is again receiving hearty greetings tills oilloe on Wednesday. Mr. Cone Is Slurry In charge-Is located on the 'I.I i i' ; ,

mss late, and she Is glad to be on the East but It was gently whispered to the ADVOCATE from his many friends at Rockledge, much pleased with Titusvllle, and 'nays east aide of Lake Worth, and commands 'fj
of Carolyne: Harding, the talentedor Coast. Among the others In the party representative that they were where lie arrived this week. He will he will stay a week or two. a beautiful view of the Atlantic ocean ,

that Interesting little journal, are Miss Hannah O'Brien, Miss Mary the best dancers on the floor at the Royal soon be hauling; In the Ish. Tbe Judge': -Canaveral Club has had the follow where guest of the above far-famed "I' I ; ,
Daily Palm every f.I
Beach News is now In-
NallRan' Mrs Edward Simmons and Miss Poinciana dance last Saturday night.Mr. Is accompanied by his charming wife and If
led In a neat and comfortablyfittede : ing Bostonians In the Club-house this hotel has a chance to Inhale the Invigorating
In the southeast corner of the Roy- Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Gale ao J. Q. Augustine and wife and her mother, Mrs. M. H. Meafiiy\ who week t :01.: Chas. P. Horton, J. M. Cod- ozone wafted across "grand old j c '

'olnclana hotel. In the same office, companied the above party an far as Mr. Wert Angler and wife, all of Van have been guests of Hotel Ponce de Leon, man, N. H. Em mona, W.E. C. hustle!: aud ocean." It la about a half-mi! from the I 'f

Albert A Sllber, correspondent for Daytona, and then left for Palm Beach. Wert, 0., arrived In Titusville last week, St. Augustine, this week. son, Augustus and Dudley B. Fay and' largest hotel In the world, the Royal 't,''

Timus-Union & Citizen, has a desk. -Senator Wm. J. JaRoche. of Brook- and will be guests of the Gould House -=The members of tbe Lake Worth Mr Ely. '1'o-.lay, Mr. Uordon Abbott, 1'olnclana. There are abont 400() guests'in I.

i office Is known as the Royal Polncl- lvn; Mr. Chas. F. Naelhlng, of New for the next two or three weeks, enjoy Rand are saying all sorts of nice things; of Boston, and Mr. Atkinson, of Atlanta, the hotel, and Mr. Starry:\ Is dally receiving I s '

News Bureau. York ; and Mr. J. Ross Valentine, of ing our balmy climate and the many about the Messrs. Bradley, of Palm are expected to join the above crowd of many applications for rooms, so ,

The Woodbridge, N. J who left Tltusville other attractions offered, here for the Beach. This week these gentlemen very hunters. that tbe travel to Palm Beach this season JJ /I "

farce, "The Star Boarder," was last week, for Palm Beach, suddenly tourist. kindly sent Manager C. W. Hohmld, of -The ADVOCATE has been l Informed may yet break all previous records., tl,
n at the Opera house on Tuesday for their respective northern the band a check for .4 .OO. Of this The Breakers opened on December :21th( i I
II"n> It departed -That well-known and Interesting chat Miss Kate Delesplne Prltahard, of fII' I
K was well produced and the aud Its and elegance .
homes on Saturday night. Mr. Valentine amount $:t5! la to be nsed for a banquet Titusvlllo daughter and Mrs appulntrnen'S are ,
iclpuntu were loudly applauded society paper, the Palm Beach Dally bandfl1od. Capt. Visitors from all of ,
to the effect that be and the balance will go Into the unsurpassed. parts I' jl
received a telegram James Pritchard will be married to Mr.
'usrbout. There was dancing News, of Tuesday, in referring to the of the world visit It and charmed ''I. I J
;, songs; that was the cause of .. It Is by such generous encouragement are
so Walker of Jacksonville
Jokes galore( and our people were was a grandpa, the Royal Walton Patent Selt-Locking; Tackle this that the band Is kept T. Blake on with Its Ideal location; and for comfort H' ,', '
from as
I their sudden departure Saturday VOl!). 14 1110:1: at 11 m. In r
a. ,
pleased i block which Is being largely used In ,
with the whole entertain- and the Breakers Is bard to
other member of their and naturally! "the boys" are morethan pleasure"
Poinolana. The up the church Titusvllle Arch-
I. As the people In Titusvllle ap- T. Woodruff- Boston and other big cities throughout tb"nkful.-Troplcal Sun. Episcopal beat. Everything' In "apple pin order" ,!
'Iale a party-Lleut.-Uovernor the New England states, says: "Editor deacon B. K. Brown performing/ the ceremony {'
good ,
entertainment, tbe at- at the Breakers, and Mr. Leland Starry
preceded them north a week or soas previously of launch ad. 'In the fbe bridal couple will. leave after ; r
I.lnce' wag' very good.': The "Star columns. In Chas. II. Walton proprietor of the EAST!: -One Insertion a li here, there and everywhere, greeting 'I'" 14,y!
In these
announced for their future home In
the.
ner band-an excellent by-tbe COAST ADVOCATE, Is at Hotel Breakersfor ADVOCATE "did the work" Our llobe ceremony and trying to make thingspleasant '
one, newcomers
conversation with an ADVOCATE representative Jacksonville. The ADVOCATe extends '
-paraded the streets In the after. said a day or two. His brother, Captain Sound:: correspondent says: "The Snapper for the guests. Never before I ,
n', and rendered some choice andy at Palm Beach they beautiful they re-,I J. O. Walton (who haw a winter residence Mr. C. li. Jefferson's launch which hearty congratulations': and best wishesto was surf bathing/ more popular than It 'I' 1t
I
were delighted with that has advertised In last week's ADVOCATE the young couple In advance.On ,
organized
music. In Titusvllle), : a was has been this winter, and between ten ,1, ) t
-- sort. L I company In Boston for $100,000. Thla found a purchaser on Monday-Mr. Fred Tuesday evening:, at the Hotel and eleven 1 o'clock' dally, the bathing Is

Lemon Seed Wanted. Cottages for Kent. company Is called the Walton Self-Lock Yates." Mr Chase, of St. Lucia, writes Breakers. Palm Beach; Capt. Cb.... II. In full awing., The swimming pool also ( I

log Block Co. The block is patented, all us: "Please discontinue my advertisement Hall, of New York, /gave a .dinner party !gets na snare 01 oainers; anu, on me I V

rlda Lemon -Seed In Two tI ve-room cottages, newly furnish- over the world. The demand for these as I have disposed of all my lemon In celebration! his 73rd birthday. Capt. whole, everything II going along right I "
HARDER, any quantity. and beautiful location on Indian River. blocks, In tbe New England States, Is seed. I thank you for giving; !: my ad. so Hall was presented. with a massive silver I merrily. In addition to the able assist ':

BROS, H. E. PETTEE, very large as this self-locking block lathe conspicuous a place In tbe ADVOO TJI:." tray cup and tankard, a gift from his ant manager of the Breakers, Mr. Leland 1 I t tn. ,
Jensen Fla. of Its kind In the world. Mr.'J, J. Wilkinson, of Hawks Park says: "
Rockledge, Fla. only one friends on this occasion, and the presentation !Starry' there la the chief clerk, Mr. A.
The company say they can afford to pay "Please take out my ad. The launch Is speech was made by Mr. Joseph Wood, who always greets his old 1 '

Catboat for Sale. 20 per cent; dividends on the stock.)?' sold." While Mr. Cbas. F. Naethlng Jefferson. There were U'J guests at the. friends with a hearty band shake and a ,
Oak Oak! Oak! Only $25,000: worth of stock will\ be sold, said: "You can take out my ad.\ It I. dinner, and:! tbe ADVOCATE editor was cheery word; Mr. fled Hopkins, "the \ _' / J'

fret long, 8- feet;;; beam. In good and there Is a little of it left for those astonishing:bow many answers I got from sorry lie could not accept Capt. Hall's First Lord of the Treasury," who seems y I 1 J'

--non. We receive this week, car load No. 1, who are looking for a good Investment. It, and from all over the country too, Invitation to be present, owing to a previous to have a pleasant word for all-comers to "

AddressWM.. CABI-SON quarter sawed white oak. Can work this some from New York, New.Jersey and WashIngton engagement; ; In Titusvllle There the Treasury Department, who Is ably 1

Fort Pierce, Fla. up Into all kinds of mouldings, turned Gardner's "Iyerll. D. C., Massachusetts other were speeches and toasts galore, and assisted by that Mauler of Finance, Mr. 1''d I i
work, brackets, boat work, etc. States, as well a* numerous places on the everyone spent an enjoyable evening. George King. Then there U Mr. W. E.
East Coast Lumber A ., East Coast of Florida." If you have Wilson the obliging mall clerk and Mr.[ '
Supply ; r
To Investor Fla. Suits to order, special. . $10.75. anything to sell, or want to purchase TRY CO.VIDA AND NUNNALLY'Stine J. S. Russell the night clerk. J r,
tit -- 8, 6 book Glove Fitting corset .79. anything;, the ADVOCATE Is the medium candles at B. 1C Wilson 4: Son's.

ten years ;successful: pineapple Kovolvlng waffle Irons. 1.25. for to advertise '
In?. which hay paid 25 per cent net Horses and Carriage For Sale.A Clothes wringer, $2.25 and .1.00. you ,I Hoarder 'Vall h".I. Wnjfoni for Hale.I : ) hr ;'

,t' "8 Invite capitol to co-operate In Matches, l, xtO In box. . .Oro. WE ARE AGENTS FOR FINE CANdles -

he lfvelopment; of one hundred pair of large Chestnut Horses anda 5.00 (mils) for . . 4.80. made by Xunnally, of Atlanta, and I -; ; ; now have on band a large stock of
. nest t references given and a Depot Wagon, harness, lap-robes and Titusvllle\ Fla. Conlda,of Savannah. Fresh each week A few winter boarders wanted. Accommodations 2 Inch tire and ii melt tire one-horse wagons V
C. A. GARDNER ,
ugh investigation\ Invited. whip. Horses are seven and eight year.; by express. B. R. Wilson & Son good. Hates reasonable, that can be delivered at once. IIe.

l1.umllE BROS., well broken, drive double and single; furnished on application. E. Mi.us! JR., C t
Jensen, good saddlers. A bargain. Address, Launch for Sale. Clothing Cleaned and Prc //llccl. 1 I). F. lU'IE:, Titusvllle, Fla. { d

Brevard Co. Fla. X. Y. Z., care AnvoeATe, 4t Sebastian, Fla..
Tltusville, F a. Finest and fastest; SO foot launch In [
Florida. 2:\ b. p. Standard engine. Only Ladles and Gents clothing cleaned, Healed Jil 5"uled; Bids Wanted. used three months. Built for Florida pressed and repaired; called for and de I For Hale Cheap.The .

Pineapple and Orange and. waters. II. E. I'ITTER livered. M. R. Robinson 'J'allorVub Sealed bids will be received by the un- ,

cried' bids wiii'"b; received by the Rockledge.; Fla. ington Ave., Titusvllle. I Flannery place, at Haulover Canal, dersigned until noon, Monday, Mar. 2nd, i
I 'If' Bounty; Commissioners until Choice pineapple and orange/ land, on :il acres of land and a house. Fine loca- 1U03: for the following work. (I reserve ,4 N

on the first Monday March, for peninsular, between Waveland and Indian Stew- Berries Wanted. For Sale, at Duytonu. tion for a Club-bouse; alMX' feet water- the right to reject any aud all bids]: 1 I
n* l""i of a new Clerk's Office. all's\ Point, fronting on both the front on the Lagoon, also fronting on From LaGrange church to r

'I.,1!: specifications may be seen at : and St. Lucie Rivers, beautiful location and The highest': market price paid for Palmetto Choice Hammock lands, particularly the Canal. Excellent fishing/ and) hunt- crossing Bowman's place-Horse track .s V
the County Clerk. near Gilbert's Bar Inlet.. Sold In 5 cot- Berries. If you have but 10O) Ib*. I adapted for growing Oranges, also Irish ing. Also 10 acres of fine hammock land to be filled In with'good marl so .. to t

I\"ard\ reserves ,he right$ to reject 10 acre lots. Also new, three-room It will pay you to write us. Address, potatoes. Will sell In lots of from 10 to at tthlloh. Apply toF. shed water. Ruts /In wagon track filled '" y V Vy
nd 8T!1 i 1 1
to J. JOHN! R. WAIKKH.U |
bldll. tags to rent. Apply E. W. AifSDCiC, 5O acres. C. Been MAX. Wean, and repaired.
JOHW R. WALKER: C. u. RACE Waveland: Fla. Cfeb Ormond, Fla. [ 19m Jacksonville, Fla. 3apl Titusvllle, Fla. County'CommiselonerDtaNo.l 1 1I 1P

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he could recover It I'prlcked him from ; .THB EAST COAST OP FLORIDA" .

the other side which drew him from ;"U ;) .. is PARADISE REGAINED.. "" ..!
\iJ: IlIlr1'ii.\AAm.
MLAR where the sword had fallen and then t' '
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C a gdqlt I took It up myself.:

"Baron." I said iword."you "are at my 4 FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. J

mercy.' I have your y I
"PlnlHli the murder. That's what is.

It certainly! Is not dueling." i' LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14
( 11shaNtat "I lime no uw for your life. I giveIt A 1903,

as to you. Hello!" ''y 1.. h SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP
the door was opened, and the partyIn F 6Ip -

1 i J JI the adjoining room entered. I had ) o No.99'N .33D.lly No. 20Pallv No. 23 i STATIONS I No. 83 I No.73 No.74 1 No 28 --===a

given Stelger an ugly cut on the band t p Dally. I '. I Pally., Dully DauY. Dally !b..:". l_

and a slight wound in the fleshy part .1' _
dressed. r .: 7 83 u'o'4o'n Lv..I""II.onvlle.Ar T 60n 780 7.0 9' .
the doctors n ) ,
Them
of his back. o.l \ 8 .. .. .. Juuksonvllla.L\ 7411 7 2ap.ia .... .
Stelger. Insisted' .on a renewal of the t 8 F11" a 900a.St.AUgusune... O.lIa 8201' '00,I' 8D
circumstances that ; I J Jf .. .. 1lne.inge.. .... 6411. .. ;
I com but under 1. 1i ""-u-, ... B. I'alntka .. 'o'wVa 0 .20 p 8 8t IH Ti ,p
would enable him to tulle his revenge \' it lnu.18j8jiilo7jl-I) 15 n r.v..pxlatksLv. .. . a 00 ]f.:-:-.--------- -

1r but my second.declared, that I would ic I I..I:: ::: ::: 15 10 OtMVr" .1'III..tka..II... ._. _. . l8_ _B0j>'

not be permitted to fight longer except! N \\ J3'"P1 8t3ih] .. .. .. 'r..SanDlse" ..Ar 8o.I70Suwo --
1."f . .
| nLv..H"nlllatl'n..Lv.
whereupon Stelger . 1I11J&! 81 I i
dark
the
In room ...... .. .. .. .. L.v..Iveuua. ..Lv.... .. .4B P. ---
sulkily declared himself satisfied, and \I .. : :.: : .. : : ..... 13311'p' .. .. .. .. .BunnellsUnpont ... .. .. .. ... .HI' . ill
the party dispersed.As 1 ..,/ C . .... 12 41 I' .: .. . .. .. ....... .. .. 4200. ,

Hooti ns I .wnti alone wltb tbe two rt) 11Up 3 3Sp340p i10l'' 10 10.711..0rmfmt.60 a .....DayknS.......,... 4 4"ail 11103401'a 35Sp 18SI.8' 8 ) :'

doctors they charged me both on my I 114 r J( .UtGI'1:' .. .' .. .. ..1'ortUrango.... .. .. aa3p. ;.

SAVED BY own account and theirs, to keep their ? Oti<: 1710"41x0 1 g 3p1t20n.NrwSmyrna.. .. .. .. .Oak mil.....". .8688 813 II 01.;I .4'Q8i,183i j.; r't'9ap.

s In tbe matter a secret since if it :1 "1'08"6'06p 115St.1\07:\ .... U'lfusvillo.... 800s "' 3'37 GUI ::
tart[ S..,;:; ..]...Cocoa-..... ... .. .. . 113j i ifl 9y
would be ruined .... . . .. 3 as .' .1 :
jpciiine known they !-<
a : .. .. . IIts .
AN ARTIFICE ...... lIaop 340pUDOp..Rllcllledlt. .. .. 1301' t05.. ."
Awliab .
pocially and profonslonally. I had no p.J: ...... 23 P 423 p 124 .. .Ran' Uullla.... .. .. ,125)p .201\:1::
...... .0 331' t 291 1 29 J) ,,. .Melbourne.... .... 12 411] g OBI" 4 11.. a0:
desire to publish It.AltCUInALD. ( IS 071' .. . ... SobanUiul ..... ... .....12 OlJl. .

fOrltflrml.). STBAUX8. 7'.ri UH "nrJ P'; :...: .;'.. I'ltreeTlMmla Lule.::::: 13.IQu' n ha fllhl 3 CV

I was the only Aiuorlcnn of my limp Motherhood l woman's natural destiny I ..8.47' .. ...... 0 391.... .. .. ....... ....... .. . 1011 0
of Bonn who JoluoiJ The scratcb of a pin may cause the loss fIt: ......... ......331 ........ ........Kden........ . .. 1o3Oah9 .. I .c
at the University of a limb or even death when blood actual barrenness ....... ....... 0 391........ .......Jensen..... ..::. ... : n .. "I
the dueling corps In the corps! was poisoniogresult.from the Injury. All is rare comforting .... .. .... .. 847 ..... ,, .Stu..rt. 111:1.10.: .. _
No.28.. .... .. ........ ...."...Bobe Sound..0 .. .. NLZt
young Huron. Stclffrr.: Who wus considered langerot this may be avoided however .. .. .. 7120. .. ..West Jupiter.... ..... 40 t I
the beat awnrdxinim lit the university. promptly applying Chamberlain's words to childless women. J>at ft 40'0 0'30'p 010 p t'ii p Ar.nnyaU'olnelana. 10, 110 p 8 GIS n 11 oa a i 1 15 DaP) ,y'
Balm It Is antiseptic and quick healnrf 9 80 n 6Ba! 040p 820 p t 3d P I l.v..TIie Brealcerii.. 013p 8IIa llata< 110 jJ TISII
liniment, for bruise and burns. Many women are denied the happiness of children simply because of 9 83 a 86.'Sa! II tip 830 P .40 p.RoyahPolnelsnaAr10C8p. A40a10hO! ) "I 1D] .pi GOO:

Toward the end of the term I bad the For sale by all, druggists cuts and medicine Borne Among curable; the derangement of the generative of organs.II. IMnkhamN ,Vegetable 10111"845", .. .COS,. .. .OalSp.. ... B40l'OOOp 4831., .. ..W.. .. .Palm..Bnl'nton.Beach.Lv. .... .9..BJp. 8HOn 801> 8.10.00135. ] Gllp ISJp

Rood luck to I tit* )pltlt'cl: I njiiiiimt Huron (denIers many triumphs Lydia 101/111. ... .. ........ 11101' ....... .. adu.. . "
Compound Is overcoming cases of supposed barrenne Thousands of 11 0\1. .. .. ...... 100)1! ...... :.Ft. \In.( tip
BtelRer when he bald bevel thinking and children owe their existence to Ly got the IIC.trt'r of him. Thin gave mo ANIMAL ODDITIES. pound. ThU great medicine is so well calculated to regulate every function 11 4.1: ft .. . .. .. 10 41 p .0..JO...plAr. .,.. 211') a. .60 ni' 11 jvai UTp
11 f 0 ffIOflll.0JlI0aO" ... Up
>
und made bitter of the vouched for
onto renown Stolgcr my generative drgans that its efficiency in this respect is by

eiifiiiy. Breton nhppp are not much larger multitudes of women. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. .

I did not touch n sword uftiiln: duringmy thou n fair nlzod' linro. Nine Years Without a Child.
stay at the university pad after ThP mandarin duck In one of the most JAOKSONILLH TO ST. AUOUBTINAB.No.SIyNO.3T!I.
"DEAR Mns PINKJIA'Ve had been married nine and = ..-
=
to Vienna to ii-imtlfiil of aquatic birds. years ) :0No.
taking degree: went No l 19
my .I had In at the of never had children, and now we have a little baby girl nineteen monthsold 23 No. 27 No.29 No. 35 No.43 JI..Ny )1..111 No.93 Un'. ''. NotlDully.
BOO a little of life at thnt capital. The always mercy I I I I I
queen
,
I I a.: E ..
"hotly E'
the joy of our life. She owes her existence to Lydia. U. I'lnk.hanl'li D"Uy. lI..lIy. Vnily. Daily D.iI1.
instead of .
I letters to some of. tho best' iieuplo there the been' and Is a slave a 1II0n. Blon. ihmv. ,

and my mwoelatcM/ were nlmont exclusively tiler. Vegetable: Compound.. J..k..nv1ll... 7 It a 00 a 40 I a 131m 1 30 p a 30IJliTVJ-B-cl p, i&BT. T'iiP.Ar.
I
"Before taking Lydia I:. Pinkliam's Veeretablo Compound I .. I M... : II CJ
Austrian or German. Ono A beetle one-third, the size! of a horse : 8t. AUKu"e 8 li. III 00 n 10 239J! !. J>_ _
was!' a constant sutterer. I had in back and sides
pains .
the witha my especially AUGUSTINE TO: JAOKSONVILI.B.SOHKDTJI.K3
after attending ,
evening opera would be nM to pull UKalnst more
before meinlrtuitton. I had doctored but received benefit. Hearingso
no
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party them of ladles to and with Keiitli'iiitn: at a cafe.I Invltcd him a dozen hlll'HI'8.Thp much about the Vegotablo Compound I decided to try it, and after 98 No. 92 Dally tai Dally No.3O, No.38No. Daily No. 44 No. 30 No 78 No. 74 N, 21

tk sup who me shouldIcomoin \ I J.1'1" '1I011Ild. which can cover n taking six bottle3 was cured."-:3Ius.: T, II. GOUJLBEY, 123:! Nevada St., I D..l1y. I V..llf. I Ex. ( Re., I Ex. I Vo.lly. JIly., I Daily Va I h l>ai"" .
While we were there mill in a minute amid twenty-eight seconds East Toledo Ohio. _Mun. M .n. 8un.Lv. .

but Huron 8teler.;. lie pnmcd clone Is the fiitti-xt: of qUII I'UIK.tS. AUJlslille 1\ ,7i.. ... Muba I M1an 1 I'T' 'ii'A111 4"" li31,j I 8 00i020p I e43p['. B6ipAr.Jaeksonvllle. :

to me not upeuklni to me, but, glaring The giraffe, armadillo nod porcupine] Portrait of a Baby Girl Whoa 71\1I.t II fill" II 1'\ '" n I' 7 7431, OSID

at me and UN 1m walked behind my hn'e10 vocal cords and are therefore "'41 W, .j r' Owes her Existence to Lydia E. BRANCH LINES.
chair be purposely rail ugulimt It. I
'
also
and
mite.Vbales serpents are Plnkham sVegetable Compound '
was at the moment raising a glass of voiceless. e SANFORD BRAN OH.No. ORANGE CITY: BRANCH.STATIONS. .

wine to my lips, and n part of the wine iAc; :s..t- "DEAR 31ns. PINKHAM : I wrote .
The glowworm lays which are *No.l No. 3'No7T[ 'No.2 'Nae
eggs/ / 11 | .
wan gplrfi on shirt front I wad .. : Borne time STATION I I I Dan Dill,
my 'themselves luminous. However, the ,+ III:"": could child&sI explained Daily. D..t..l.Dally! Dally _
angry and, acting on a foolish but ;'VIT' 'I'. not have a 708 a Lv........ | :120 p '
) Dl\turnllmpul threw what remainedIn young hatched from. them ore not possessed ." .. that I had displacement of the womb 7 in a LvLv.........Tltu.vlile..Ar'| 107 p 425p 10 19 a!Ly..N. 8myrn.1\' 13 p| 7B-I|
II e. of those peculiar properties until 883 a ..."... Oeieen..l.Ar' 11 6i aAr. aCBp I 1111'"rv.L"k"U."n Ar'l3 55isJ| | | .
the gl.iHH lu his face. d{ and ovarian trouble, and suffered 868 a Lv........"Biiterprr8e..........Arll| 80. 590 11 8l) a Lv.Oranire City.Ar 12 Up SB 1
The moment I had done so I realized after the first transformation. -. iii: ,. Jht with backache and headache. You afros . ... 8,ui frrt .... .. .Lv,11 00 a 511$1) 11 46alAr. .Or. CUtyJo .Lv'12..40 pi I l:|

that I bud likely signed my own death To escape from dangers which menace sent me a nice letter in reply -No.-19 No. 17 1 No I Maa'i

warrant. Btelgcr/ would undoubtedly them starfishes commit suicide. "" .( ) giving me full instructions how Sun.Only D'II'.I I MATPOHT BRANCH. 0'11'I I\ pn f

Challenge roe, and as J had not toucheda L'bls instinct of self destruction ia ,."# r '1r to treat myself, and in accord. ITflOa 4 15 p Lv.............. ..... ... .. Juokaonvllle ......................Ar''' 8311 a'' < 00)l
sword In two and ho bad become found only In the highest and lowest h ance with directions I took 11 08 a Ar........... ....... .. South J""keonvUI..I.v" 81:1.: 3I! ,I
a years scales of animal life. 4 your 1140 a I 1 J83p p \Ar .. ..................Pablo Belch....... .............. .. .Lv ISO a SiCff
FN famous in Its use, as well as a : \ I your Vegetable Compound, and 1145 a 8 89 p' Ar.......................Atlantic il..aoll ............. ....... .LV r 45 a | isI
- w merciless opponent!' I must eIther show ".. {I. Ifollowed your kind advice faithfully 1200n 5145p Ar..... .... .. .. ... ... .... Mavport: .. . .. .. ....v... ..... .Lv 780" ;laoo>

the wblte feather and be disgraced I have used Charobeilaln's Cough Remdy VJ"/r in every respect, and now I Train do not stop at statto opposite which no time 1* shown.

t I')! among my Vienna !friend/ or-die. > for a number of years and have no "/II have a little girl the joy of our These Time Tab'e how the time. at which train may be expected to arrive and dt]
:,'. hesitancy In saying that It Is the best. "Cjl .\ from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the timed stated I I. not jjuarn"',".,
Btclgor apologized; for touching niy remedy for coughs colds and croup I "" I Inn home. I never would have had nor does. the Oompuny hold itself raaponalb for any delay or any consequences i an.

t chair declaring that It was unintentional have ever used In my family. I have not ; 't I my baby if it had not been for your therefrom.

and raising his bat, politely words to express my confidence In this \ .. "\\i' o advice and medicine.. Connections at Miami'

I passed on. Not one of my friends but remedy.-Mrs. J. A. Moore North Star \ { ... -;;;. "I cannot praise Lydia E. Pink- Peninsular and Occidental Steamship

understood wbat would follow and the rllcli. For sale by all druggists and medIcine 'barn's Vegetable Compound enough for what :BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST, IIAVAN.oAND NASSAU

party broke up IDlw lutely. 1 went dealers. it has done for me. I hope other childless

to my apartments with a young Dr.Iochwltb women will see this letter."-Alas. JOHN UBBU. MIAMI-NASSAU LIrlE. MIAMI=7wm':'-=.1.VANALIlf]
.iiorkl'M Early !Mlruaales.ltluxim !
whom I IntlumtP. LAOKER, 1111 Broadway Cleveland Ohio. a
was very Gorki the Kiixnliin novelist Commencing Jt.nuary1.1903. I Commencing January 15. 1903.

I Tbe challenge) came before wo separated had an early career that In many ways Another Happy Case in Brooklyn. Iiv Miami Mon., Thur.. .. .. ...... .........11 0] p Ly:1\lIamtS'n..Th'\.r.: .,. . SU
and I confess I was thrown Intoa ArNa". u1'ues.Sr........ ...............300y Ar Key Wet Sun., Thur. . .
recalls the Burly struggles of Jacob A. "DEAR MRS PINKHASI :- I wrote to you a year ago telling you of Lv N :t.n. l "' ..".. S"t. .. .................10 IMI i< a Lv Key Wen Sun.. Tlntr. .... .93
serious mental condition. Since leaving tils[ lie ran away from home when my troubles. I had pains in the ovaries menses were painful and I ArMli.m. T..iir.rtin. .... .. ..... .. ..... a 00 aCommoiiolng iArITavau.hinnFri..I. 1
the university Steiger had fought Lv Havana Mon.. K I..9
!
11 lad iind for jdirs. found life mighty, had never borne children February A,1903. Ar Key Went Tu .
a dozen or more duels and had never .. tot'
44 LvflamtStnn.WedFr1..r 8 00 p LvKi4'est'Mtee..Aut.: ::: ::
pared his uiun. Dr. Koch told me to lard grubbing lie worked as a daylaborer You answered my letter and I followed your advice. I was com- ArNaesnuTnes.ThursMat. .. ...........a9Ua Ar Miami Tu...... flKt... .. .... .75
I a sawyer, a cook and a lighter- pletely cured. Have Just given birth to a fine healthy babe and during Lv Na au TII.. liii-.. Sac............. 8 03 p
think uo more about the mutter or I"i man. Then be heard that free iustruc- childbirth had a time. Arillaml W'ad'Fri SUIl.. .. ........... 6 80 a
would unfit myself to tako advantage: very easy Commencing March 30, 1903. Above hours baaed on Both Werlcllan 8IBJarrt
"
I of what slight chance there was for lon: could be obtained at Kazan and Lydia E. Pinkham's medicines are a God send to women who want LyMblml9fnn.W'aLFrl.,......... .. S 00" Time, except that ahown for Nassau lilo
""i Saving no' money to pay for his Jour- to be mothers. MRS. SCHULTZ, 12 Luzner St., Brooklyn N Y. ArNnxiuiu T...., Thn s.-...........;. 0 80LvNniaa ..
me; that bo hud saved a friend of bin he walked there a distance of <, Tans.. Thur., Hut........;.. .. 100\ pAr Naaaau time.
once under similar circumstances and ney Many women whose letters we print were utterly discouraged, MUmt W d.rl.., Sun ............... 6 hO a
J bo would try bin plan with me. I placed 'aver 000 J wiles. Then ho found he had Anti life lacked all Joy to them when they wrote Mrs. Plnkliam.

a head. Lynn, Mass., without charge of any kind. They received OdvlCO For eopy of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. .
''I my case In his bands, turned In and which
made them stroncr. useful women again.:
after an hour or so fell asleep. Considerate. D. RAHNER, Asst. O'en. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, :FLA
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The next after dark Dr. -
Ii i evening
She-Why did you ask Belle to go Notice of Intention to Apply for altered or rwcluded only by a majority of the --
Koch to and told that bo
" came me me with us? member of the corl..ratJonFRA.NCI8
I \ bad arranged everything and If I would a Charter. 8IHJNK BROWN, .
lie-I saw she was going: anyhow Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Assoclaticn.The ;
keep my head all would go well with STATE OF PEX R'LVAXIA. I ICOtlhTV
and I didn't wish her to feel mean: I
me. I an the challenged' party bud the ov"- Jt.Smart Set. II HEREBY. GIVEN THAT IT IM Jl fore or I'tuinADKI.t'HiA | Net and Twine Co.
NOTICE me, a Notary 1'nlillo In and for the Chicago
right to choose the
I weuuona and the intention to apply U> the Honorable and State I
---- County aforesaid personally mane the
time and place of the meeting. Acting Mi"nrt..lnnee.lndreof the Pevonth Judicial Hlwve named Francis hunk Brwn, abut In due .
C'lrnult In and for Br.-vanl County Floe
\ for me. Dr. Koch hud chosen' swords Ida, on the :2lnl sin, of Fabniarv. A. U l tan! for form of Ixw acknowledged| the foregoing! Instrument Manufacturers of-
ho his
to art and deed for the
In a dark room. The duel wile to take Irs the nr.iiitlnir of.K Charter to the St.' Lucle. flub, apeciauC.Witness : imriioxmtherein yf
So .
aid not for profit.
proposed oiirporatlon lining
fasg
I place mediately In a room of a third CHARTER. day of January my hand A.and.lt ltn't.FRANZ"I'OIlot, office, the lAth Pm

t party. Without giving me time to ; fc.HRT.ICK. JR.
THESE AIlTtCI.E8Vrr EH "TIf. That tbe1IIr''IIII.I
dwell on those horrible conditions Dr. [Seal] :Notvrv; I'nbllo.Communion -
\ : have iwiMH-liiieil tlvin ol"eii for the
'I : Koch hurried me to the meeting place To take cold. It's BO common to neglect luiriioiia of fontilnff H corporation tinder the In. expires Feb; :luth, 1UOS .
corporation. law of the State of fc'lorlua. STATE OK VF.NX8YLVANI\ .oIZ1
\ the cold. That is one reason why there ,
but before entering the rooms lu a- ('oulI'rv or 1'iiiLADkLraiA. I 3S
|
\. r. tlon be took me to another whore agentll'willi are so many people with "deep-seutc/le ARTICLE I i I'enonally I appeared before me, Notary S
and with The of the will be the "ST : >
name corporation
stubborn cough so more .a
.
; many I'ublta,
this lath of
day A.
was waiting to whom I trouble." LUC IK' ('lt h4.' ami ttt principal' .I..e!. of hu..|. Franc January U. Imu' ,
Shank .
lung Ilrown who duly
IIDM will, 1>. at St. Loupe, llrevanl County Kla.ARTICUill. being .worD.ollO..dlnll IZ1t:2 z
wan IntroluCt.'d-"Dr. Slvfrrtb. tbo .
law
V The short quick way to cure a cough ; to deposes and nay that the :::
most noted oculist lu Kuropo." Tbe statement contained In the foreirolnir Iniitnirnent -
is to Dr. l'irce's
use are true, and I that U U Intended la I- FISHING criptlon.
two doctor at once begun to paint Golden Medical Dis The aeneml' nature and ohject of the oorp.ratlon. faith to carry out and there irood NETS and Netting of Every De
..._ Iii soolal enjoyment and recreation. of lumaintain. in set forth. tbelu'Jill.e. object Dealers Seine Twine Maitre Cord Etc. t
my eyes wltb a camel's hair brush that covery. The quickerthis Rope,

bad been dipped In somo liquid. As remedy Is used the ARTICLE IIU Sworn and FRANCIS Bub brlhed SHUNK to before BROWN the day Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
me. I.
noon as they bud finished a bandage quicker the cure. But No one shall Ite qualltted to become a member and year aformHict.FRANZ. 70-81-Sa: E. Indiana St. CbtcK'. !"
even when neglect bas A unless lie until have Imen duly elected thereto EHRMCH JR. .Mention The ADVOCATE In letter...
was clapped over my and kept your __
eyes let disenac fasten on ... I'.orlbed by the by ]laws.ARTICLE Bt febao: [Seal] Notary hblio.

there for some twenty minutes, when the lungs "Golden I' IV We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's A. oclaUoo.____
It was taken off, and we went Immediately '
:Medical
Discovery"may The add corporation U to exist erpetually.
Application for Tax Deed.
to rooms lu tbe sum building be relied on to 1
fr% ARTICLE V. ------- .--------------
where tbe meeting was to take\ place.A cure in ninety- d

few momenta Inter Stelger aud 1 eight case. out of, .. f j are The.aa toll..wu nanir* and renlcleucea the subscribers fuder fleo.IN 8, of HEREBY Chap. 4M OIVEN Law. of THAT Florida.F. J. CI :: .. .. S';. s: L VMCC'

were thrust Into the dark: room and every hundred. Name Realttente.IXHABL. NOTICE: .., of Tax
Certificate
No.
jl J. OITR.' IXJAMKK r..rc".r FLA.
'1 the door was clotted and locked. The only motive[ I". McNll'IIOL" \II., rhlliwlolptlla. 3I !, ., of July A. D. hue, SIT. ate w. B.yst.. JACKSONVILLE. .
for substitution i. has filed said certificate
in my oftlce. and has
FHANriM "AHUHK '* *
It Is HROWN
Now impossible to exclude
perfectly to permit the dealerto HOIK: ".."R....... made application lor tax: deed to Inane in accordance .
either light or heat from any make the little .loiix V. .:LIU"". Indiana. with law. Salt certificate embraces the
apartment. One might as well attemptto extra: profit paid on the sale T. L. Eves Went Chester. following de.crlbe.l Florida property town| situated in BreyardI .-
.Ion" 1'1. MACK county : Part of NE'.. De. .
,
form a perfect acuum. Scieutlaaally of lew meritorious medi II A. I.. KXIIIIKII.ROUT. : Vhllailelphta u u feel book <;. page 8M. Section TownnUlp 24 4
FuL.L
R Range aa E containing; 8 acres. The said a : Fuw.
shaking there la no such thing usa cines. He gains You lo e. H. ...WI'KRF-n. land being Hummed at the.lateof the (
nuance of 1
perfect absence of everything trom Therefore accept no substitute OIKTAVI IlKNHV It.* A.SHOCH Mno.ltH, H such certificate In the name uf A, E. Rahr. t"n- .
any given space. The treatment of the for "Gol en Medical Discovery." HK.MIV lU'KK !I..a .atd certificate shell lie redeemed I according '
to law, tax deed I will issue I
thereon on the :tMtb A
physicians hud enabled me ti>>> take\ advantage "I urn feeling quite. well* write Mice Dorcaa HKOHllIt K, V'Aftlt, > day of February A. 1>.1903. EXPRESS ; y uppr
A. Lewia, of No.' n*.,341)1) t>t.. D. C. ARTICLE offiolal l slurnature and
W..hlltflon. VI. oW.Mn".nJ' Mai I this the
of what light there In the PaEOaal
was -My cutiKh i U very much it all : of .
day )
January A. I 1LHX: PREPAID ;
room, nearly allot which came through fierce'* Colilvn Medic!r Ul.co. I The afTalra of the corporation| are to be managed A. -4
eX."t mty too much in prnlM of the 01...<11':1..... by a 1..mt.. who hall be ale. the n.n. Clerk Circuit Court of Mrevard At STEWART rla. '
1 an Imperfectly title door under which I hud ,been. quite mifTprer for a totiir time. .ndDer vral Maiwimr 8 notary and Treasurer; and an feUlO: County
there was a strip unprotected. He thU rradlnir Victor 1'1......:,,'. 6>01 mon genite Kxei-utUe CoiiiiiilttKa or lloard of Directors ofthree My O. A. Stewart,p. C.Executor's .
Medical. Auvhrr ..."..' try hi*'Golden. member. .. of the corporation all of whom
as It tuny. I could distinguish the principal Medicnl D ,"" tho"fht.I.... ..' taking( it in hall bolt office for the term of one year. \19?
objects In tho room Including my May Is.! .). toad not been. lerping. welt. fur a long The na", ...of the of toes who are to manage all Notice. se
tit.roo". one trailponnml of Dr. Pierce' the attain of the corporation until the lint
vneuiy. I could not make out his ex- olden' Mrdieal and slept nearly all election or appointment nnder the charter .. 45
prt-SHlmi.' but his figure was quite perceptible night without i.iIC::; I continued taking arePreoldent.Vranclx; Shunk Drawn; Executive Tu all whom It may concern INOTICE i P r---- EM .
it. I am in iireiit*vmpathv with everybody who Committee Hoard of Directors, Israel W Dar 1:4 HEREBY
GIVEN
especially his face and bands uflera with a cauiih. I had been aunVrer. for ham,Jaiue 1'.1I1"-Ibol.; Uuauroe A.Mailer, from the date of this THAT SIX
notice I
more than ten I tried lids of differentmedicineii will i> $45I
which were lighter than the rest lie yean. ARTICLE VII. present my anal accounts to the Honorable I
and different. doctor., but did not feet. A. D. 1-enoey, z.
County Judge In
remained perfectly quiet for awhile, much better I coughed until I commenced aplt- The corporation ..h"n.t no time have an Indeb"'d" County State of Florida soul and for Hrevard r
when I moved, and bearing the creaking ling bloat l but now I eel .much stronger and ....or h"bllitr.to which the corporationmay of lmnlsal for Letter i DfLrvtRtD
Sat entirely well.. Dr. 1'1.......' Golden Medical at an state of Hans fog
lt elf, over or above .Jel1p..n.. late of the _
of of
my boots he qiiuo toward mo. DiMovery the I heat medkine I have ever Ukcn. the turn of JS.IWO.. The amount In value of thereal .Florida deceased. County Bnn. State of I
I gilded away this time without making My home 1 ill In Williuiu.burg., Virginia.! estate which the corporation may hold. nbject JOHN BOREN8EN.' QQ

any sound and In another moment Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a la. 'hall always be tint to more lb.Ulan approval$30,000.ARTICLE of.the Circuit Judge, Executor: of Estate of Hans Jeppsen. $ .1299
J.a..a.I1a.
grave him a cut on the band which dies' laxative.: No other medicine equals NOT. 18, i9uE. | a ID 6-moLO'

1um-.J ui.iu .to !d/oj bU IWo .tl. .Before them for gentleness and thoroughness. VIU. The
The by-l w. of the corporation shall be made, ADVOCATE: doe Job printing
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pro_ _- RHEUMATISM BAY STATE ROADS. KILIPINO FUNERALS. HER FRCHA.- FAILURE. DO YOU GET UP ', ; I "j;I' :

BOBBINS, i Bom.. Fa.,.. About the inch-fur ofla.eb Pfc arp-.qn. far tho Rich and Pa- The 7n>n1r ..( n HlHcklnir llotll I t t, I
EO. M- CUREDAT LAST. ) u....... tlirtle Kor the ......r. lu .li.. Lull,. Quarter. WITH A LAME BACK ? .

AT'l'OR."fEY AND i COUNSELOR It costs on nu 1't rage $9,000 per One of the most striking things to to She wan upending her tlrlllt month In 'I',

mile to build! a state road In Masaachusctts. -ecu en tin streets of Manila la n Filipino the Lathi quarter' of PIn I!!. She spoke Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. -. .. I,: :
AT-LAW. Good News; For All Who the but funeral. If the- dt'l.'lIl1t'd11
Suffe says Boston Globe. Kiixlttih fluentlylth a Boston) accent: ,.
ill I practice In State And United States With Klieumutism Free. the actual cost depends oil locality and wealthy and had hosts of friends the aim she spoke To all conditions funeral will b* headed by a band play- papers U sure to know of the wonderful "\L
Court. who "fferwlth Rheumatismwill I hardly" two cases being fair .stagger at Italian and knew a few made f: .

TITUSVILLE, FLA.L gladly send free the wonderful story alike. Oue-fourth of the cost of a Jng selections from comic operas. The words. of Ilhuloowtunee, but of French lL- cures Kilmer's Swamp-Root by Dr. .

Office at of how my mother was cured after yeas\ state road Is borne by the county In body of thi dccciiHcd follows In a not a ityllablc. the great kidney, liver I. !

suffering, together with the most elaborate which It i la situated. the balance being hearse" covered with black cloth ar- One morning shr found herself! In a and bladder remedy. i is t: ,

GAULDEN, I18116CI treatise on Rheumatism, ever pub- contributed by the state. rniiK :'d III a pre\vsomo design and wrestling match with u' bottle of I It( Is the great rnedtcaltrlumphiofthsnine- (

I IATTORNEYAT.LAV No matter what The work of the highway commission drawn by six black ponies each bedecked I French shoe blacking. Th i oMky hot- ti J

tism Is, whether acute your form chronlo of Rheuma. has developed a number of high class with -lwmidgeuir of long,: black tie Hiideistanding! that It had to deal 1 'Off teenth century; discovered .' .I.

Ixoil practice In all the Court of the state lar, Infiimrnatory, tleformant, ,, muscu sciatic, professional 1 roe dbul idere. Many of feathers. The hearse will be followedby with\ nu alien refused to give' Ul< Its Ii II scientific after research years of '
by
J Borl'toi' anil the United State Courts.jr. neuralgia gout, lumbago, etc-no mat. the younger: and more ambitious have men on foot wearing knickerbockers oork. :Sho':: had HO corkscrew .t her Dr. Kilmer\ the eml- :.

BO.:235.II Trrusvu-LK, FLA. toT how many doctors have failed I ID entered the employ of the national govvrument and cocked hats and after then own and did not know bow to sick! for Dent kidney and bladder .
.o I .
your case-no matter how many socallec III Culm. Porto Rico and the follow hlOullu'I'able'eblcll's of every one, even If she tin, rl'd suspect( that her -".. specialist and Is 4 '
"sure cures" have tried Philippines In the Hue of work. description. If the body i la to be Interred ',
you I same
want you next door neighbor might bo ponneHmHl wonderfully successful promptly,eurln*; .....'. ,', (
j. WEBB, to write to me and let me tell you how Most of the 'state roads are of broken the uravedlkgers will precedethe of tho luxury. Tho tint of her pet fork lame back kidney. bladder urlo acid trou- 4;

mother was cuied. stone but a few are of gravel.: The bund with their tools over their she had bent on the obstinate plug, tho bles and Bright's Disease,which Is the worst ( 1 \

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I am neither a Doctor nor a Professor type of road built Is determined by the .boulll I's. point of her best penknife idle had broken form of kidney trouble. ,

I Will practice In the Courts of the 7th have simply a plain man of business-but I engineer, who makes careful examlun Most Flllpli-o\ funerals however are otT short. nnd nothing remained Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root is not "rec f''
paid for non-residents CUKK!: for Rheumatism, and I lion of soils The father of few ommended for everything but If you have kid- ,:
lircuit, Taxes want to tell who drainage, gravel. stone more pathetic a except to throw the bottle out of a '
suffers
everyone with liver bladder trouble It will be
or lound.
Id and accounts collected. grades and I trnttlc. weeks old baby will trot out to the ney
rents Rheumatism all about It. I wish to be 'window to get at Its contents. She\ decldivl Just the remedy you need. It has been tested t '

ITt1SVILLE, FLORIDA.ATTORNEYATLAW clearly understood, and trust that all The thickness of stone on state roads cemetery entirely alone, with the little ns a lust! resort to try breakingthe In so many ways. In hospital work In private

who are suffering with this terrible (dig varies from four to sixteen Inches. the white coffin balanced. well on his head neck off the buttle. With a "stove practice. among the helpless too poor to purchase -

PENNEY ease, however apparently beyond the lessor being placed over good gravel or and It a man had not the price of a lid lifter" she administered several relief and has proved so successful In I

D. reach of clue, will write to me this day sand/ the greater over heavy clay. The vchjcle his remains will be carried out cautious taps In the region of the Jugular every casa that a special arrangement has T ,

and I will send you by return mall thi broken stone used on stato roads passes on bamboo poles by four Chinamen of the obstinate neck. "Nothln' \ been': made by which all reader of this paper I I

work of miDI appeal especially to the through half Inch, inch and a half and and the coffin will: be one that has seen doln'." Then she tapped harder still who have not already triad It. may have a ,
"chronically ill" who are wearied and' sample bottle sent free by mall also a book .
two and a halt Inch screens. The, largest service before.
ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. discouraged with "doctoring" and to'' nnd the bhzi\ ek lug en mite. All over her telling more about Swamp-Root and how- to ..,
Is bottom the
size the The
placed on natives hare different of
those who have been cast aside as "In ways fingers It came, all over her light woolen find out If you have kidney or bladdertroubJei;: i "
till in all the courts of the 7th I second size on of this and the burial. Some :
practice curable." All you have thought about top bodies are put Into the skirt and over much of thllll.Mrollll When writing mention reading this generous
Judicial Circuit. Rheumatism be crown Is made with half Inch material ground. while the larger majority are "'" 4
may wrong. Let me tell window Hill. offer In this paper and ,
you our experience. Surely, If you have All ore rolled separately and tboroufchly. placed III niches In the wall of the She decided to huvo the skirt cleaned your addressDr.Kllmer&Co.Bing to i'send

A. FROST, Rheumatism, or have a suffering friend cemetery. A slab cemented Into the and packing It Into a bundle, tripped Iii I,

It will pay you to investigate my offer The cost of trap rock for roadbulld opening of the niche contains a brief ofT to an eHtaldlslnnent wlwre "she, hamton, N. Y. The '

TTORNEY-A T.LA W' anyway, and prove for yourself these Ing varies from $1.10 per ton to $1.00 : biography of the deceased.A found embarrassment!! because she regular fifty cent and nom oi swamp-Root t. I
A .I.i I.
claims I make. per ton. The state owns seventeen dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. '
could not understand questions. Finally
|l ill practice In all the Courts of the 7th Send me your address to-day. postal steam rollers which are employed instate
Judicial Circuit. card will do-and I will mail you this rondbulldlng. The standard Good Thliifj. I she got the drift of the conversation.The I''
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wonderful story. If 'you have any width of stone roadways In Massachusetts German Syrup Is the special prescription cleaners! wanted tI) know what

TIWSVILLE, .- FLORIDA.7REDERICK friends suffering with Rheumatism no built by the commission Is fifteen of Dr. A. Itoschee, a celebrated Our had caused the spot. Fortunately' a % I ,,
matter where located, send me their! man physician, and IK acknowledged to bottle of 8hof blacking wan standingnear *I
A. MORGAN address, ,and I will mall them a copy. feet. There are some only ten and be one oj the most fortunate discoveriesIn by, nnd !she! pointed nt hits antioUiV' (
My address Is VICTOR RAINBOLT twelve feet wide but they are not medicine. It quickly cures coughs und "ould" until nhe left In k

B cornfield, Ind. deemed economical to maintain. colts and all I lung troubles of the severest \" '
Abstracts of Ti!tie. heightened sjilrlts. feollng! that she was ,
When n state road Is constructed. Jt ; ,
nature removing as It dons, the cause of
liad uiade the
not helpless and that she
(HEAL., ESTATE AND INSURANCE, REAL STATE FOR, SALH. remains under! the control of the state I the affection and leaving the parts In a cleaners understand. When the nklrlwaei I'I ,

Loans Notary Public. highway commission. The local authorities strong and healthy condition. It Is not fI
,
duly returned thn following woek.It .
.an experimental medicine but has stood .fH
IDEAL KLOUIDV HOTEL which are taxed nn amount not to ,
[olloctlons) Typewriting, Stenography. cost $7: ,1I00.) with connecting park of exceed $;:;;0 per mile for maintenance. the tent of oars, giving satisfaction\ In wn. dyed Mack.-New=" York Tribune. t

TITUSVILLE, FLA. ((10 acres subdivided, bordered by benti ----.-- every case, which Its rapidly Increasing 6'J
tll'ullakt',good bass nthlng' bout house tale every season confirms. Two million Cured Coiisiuiiptloii.!' IiI
Weak and Lowspirited.A .
bottle sold annually. Uonchee's Germ am I ,",
billiards golf a ft:
pool, bowling, tennU,
I,A. FBOST. WADE II. J Introduced In the United States! Mrs. BV.. Evans Clearwater Kan, .
XEM. Syrup was :: I'I
links, spring of water (identic : ,
pure Corr-apomlent Thus ]>*aerlb.. Il write: "My husband lay kick for tines ,
with Poland), pumped SO h, In 18118, and Is now sold In every town !
by engine
& JONES-; EKI..rlen..e. months; the doctor stated he had quick
FROST .boll'r! ,laundry,500 feet piazzaspring I and village: In the civilized world. Three consumption. We procured a botlie of 11' 1I : ."
"I can strongly recommend Ileablne as doses will relieve ordinary cough. :
house. with :! steam I any
$2,000
pump, gas llalUid's, Horehound and It cured '4 "
fiEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, throughout, chapel with seats, KM) room medicine of remarkable efficiency for Price 25:>> and 73cts.Invitation.. him. That was six yearn Syrup ago, and since .5

Loans and Collections house, completely furnished, stable SOx Indigestion, loss of qppetlte\ sour headache taste I then weal ways kepta bottle In the house. l' !I II
In the mouth
TirusviLLK FLORIDA. 4l), private ear track to station. Price drowsiness after, meols palpitation will, distressing, '.! suppose In the collecting,: business," We cannot do without It. For coughs I I have hud occasion to ux yourBh.ck.Draught ''t"

$2OOCl! ), Including furniture, boats, vehicles mental depressions and low splrl ts. Her- said the Inquisitive mil II. "nearly every and colds It has no equal." .:.1c, COo and Stock and Poultry Mdl.cln .. tr4 ,' J
I horses, cap and car lied! perfec'' *1 bottle at B. R. Wilson & !Won': *. '
bine be for and pleated to that I ,
EO. A. repair, one of the lovliest spots in FlorIda must a unique preparation man you go to see asks you to call am say never 'j
WOK LET, Price, $2.:>,000 part cash./ cases such as mine, fora few dosns entire again." used anything for stock that gave half a. .1 41 I

A TTORNEY-A T.r BAY It I DOE, FLA. The grove of Iy removed my complaint. I wonder at "_\.It me?" replied the collector The Wary Inrvhnr.MM. I good tUfctlon. I heartily rtcom f I

! A W. O.l G. Bailey, of Boston, cost him $1-! people going on suffering or spending "Sonic of them dare 1I11.-I.bllodlllllhla YUUIIlw'II-AI1I1 what nre these I mend It to all owner of itock. .,' (

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I Courts. All business entrusted will Herblne Is procurable, and so cheap. Y. freak? Chicugro -
O. Price, $400. Apply to Chnpin's Mrs. -Are they quite "
1 receive prompt attention r>0c a bottle" at B. R. Wilson & :Son. Sick stock or poultry should not I
Farm Agency, Boston. An'yono in South Florlditoitmo News. eat cheap stock food, any more than t.
eneral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. PEAK ORCHARD. At Green Cove should .,
sick to be
expect .
Miami. Springs, 20 acres!, 1,000 La Conte and NIon'Onljr, Defeat. make money In their leisure time, Are You IloHtloss at Night cured portion by food. When your stock ,.I''I "'

MIAMI, FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE heifer pears, sold 1,000) ) bushels! last Nelson like all the greatest commanders distributing the products of a large manuf and poultry are lick give them med. t 1 ,
And haransed bad congh P UselJallarll'lI
by a
act n ling among their neighjors. ,: ;
season, cottage of 4 rooms, piazzas on on Ben or laud made his mistakes company icine. ]>Ion'htutr them with worthless t ;
I ( It wlllfleOtll'O
,
CIoreboiindHvrup
LABOR AGENCY three sldl'8,8urroundell with pine trees and his failures, but there Is only Our goods have had a steady sale stock toads. Unload the boweU ", j '1'
: : which has been sound sleep and effect it prompt and I 11 j
for 2y'arll, wholly by you
*: EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.A. Barn, carriage home and /granary one Instance on record of bin having local nnd who apical cure. 2lto, Mlo and $1 bottle at anti stir up the torpid. liver and the 1 i
our agents (men women)
and( Thomas arbors animal will be cured if it be ,
cnppernong grape been actually' defeated III a direct at. Wilson. Hon' Tltimvllle Fla. I possible ;
M. BKCK.: over IWO: ( feet. Price only 41,100, emn ,good: wages the year round. If you U. R. A to rnra it. ihlack-braughtltock: .".
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tack This occurred at Santa Cruz In
wish good profitable business without --- --------- --
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Shipping Master, $3"i 10 cash. Apply to n. W. Hancock and. Poultry Medicine Unloads the I tot i l l1.ow..l.
the Islands on July 2 1. 1707. ticking I send a M addressed rein -
Canary !
Hotel money )
help .
a specialty. owner Abbey hotel. Augustine, or and stir up the torpid liver. I.
HI South The place, wus stioiiply fortified I. I n envclopo for full I piirttcularn tO. A. 1'
Laura :St. to Ohapln'lI.'IIrrn .Agency/ Hoiton very ; KIDNEY DISEASES lit cures every initially/ o( stock it :
|iCKwsfvtLLi5, .FLORIDATEPIIEN 1'TCAlt OKOimtl nt Bristol, Fla., and ="Nelson hi the fnce of a lire of fifty Len \Vailo' Getil Agt. (Q 75): ) Boston, Mass. taken in time. Secure a 25-onnt can l' h1. '

half-mile from landing 2,221: La Conte guns from the batteries attempted tostorm I of IMrtck-Dnviip-ht Stock anti Poultry .

pears id bearing, (10 acres in town lots Ih,' town by bouts. The attempt Medicine\ and it will payfor' itself ton J
of all
; E. FOSTER, beautifully situated, bordering lake 3 was frustrated" by tlie strength: of the Awfnit,' J."II't..I. are the most fatal dis times over. J torae*wort bett r. Cows t" I"I '

mile i In circumference 1 ; has produced mole mid the 1I00Ulpt"'III'UIIC'C> of a land nn..h"I'III. I at lie. HOery' !I' iitai.ti/ lIt? eases. ftto! more milk, \\\oga\ gain flesh.

ATTO iNEy-AT.LAw, cotton,tobacco,sweet.potatoes,peanuts force width. should tin ye co-operated. ."'l.iHli' ".ilv, -.1 1:v''"''"";".. ? \\'\1.v. nctunlly\ hen* luy more("!llli. It solve thoprolili'in .
corn and vegefablei 11 i acres in. pinewood KIDNEY CURE III of making a* much blood, If'"'t"'t"An.1 't"I,
Sims Building] of good, growth probably under A hundred\ and tlft.v men were killed je locHii't, e\Mi kn'vr n cure for colds! Cni CYIO flesh an.l..nf'rIlY a.* possible out of I : \

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ATTORNEYAT.LAW. mined with phosphate and kaolin ; cottage iind li hundred wounded ou the British -Ia uisaa 14 f' I Ij:' I l't:; p, intent.Uloo rULCLro Guaranteed Rarasdj} the sniallc-t uiiioiint of total l con- A. t,

of 4 rooms, hall in center, 8(1( feel side and /NelHoii lost Ills right arm. | aumod. JUT a can from your douler. I

long:, beautifully i i situated brow of Two( tll1 SVel'e also captured, and Cures EOUOE W. ALLEN, hill overlooking lake. Price ifS.)0; *,IO'') these are still kept In tho cathedral of or money refunded. Contain 1 ;, *, '
Itching Humor.*. Kc/.cmn
cash, balance: $:20!(}(O) a yenr.8 per cent Interest Santa Cruz remedies recognized by emi l.k ti '
(cost. Col. Wise>;.1.00i>). Scrofula, Ktc.j] -- -_- frI ."i > 't1
the best lot
A'!' Oil MONO attractive two-story Cancer Cured.Mr. nent physicians as t J:
EVVgl'r\' | FLORIDA. Hend no money. -simply. write and I try
Will practice In home, piazzas, six rooms, completely W.V.. Prlckett Smlthflnld, Ills., totonlc I Hood hahn at our expense. A Kidney and Bladder troubles. : ,. :
I State Courts. the United States) furnished except silver I and linen I i lot writes, Kept. Ill, 1)111) : "I had! been suffering ";lei-Honal dial of Blood BRIm is better PRICE SOe. ana $1.00. i : .:1 I ;

f" 9jun05 100x114, good frontage on Lincolnavenue several!year with aconcoron my face, ban thousand( printed l testimonials, so II. XV11X0.V .V NOV. For ne&rly .
shade trees and shrubbery, which gave: me grunt annoyance and unbearable lon't hesitate to write for II free ttanide.If |, _

\T J S BURNHAM; M. D. good repair, pleasantly situated line Itching. I wan using Billard's von Hiitfer from ulcers oczerim, crof- I II half a century r:

neighborhood, on river, opposite Hotel Snow Llninientforasorelegand through tile, blood I pols,)n, cancer, eating ores, \
Ormoml ; cistern of :2,400 gallon capacity an accident, rubbed some of the liniment telling kin, pimples bolls, bone pains,
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Northern owner is! unable to occupy on the cancer and .as It gave: me almost welling! rheumatism, catarrh, or any I cg r ici'y'sSeeds t

Ear, Nose and Throat. will sell all for $71:;(); $:IOO) ) cash! instant ,relief I decided to continue to use blood or skin cllneaso! we advise you tonka i .

balance $100) a year. Key with W.: F.. the liniment on the cancer./ In a short Botnnio Illood Hal ni (II. B. B), I'

KSl' PAI.M BEACH, F/.OUIDA. Colby near by mediate possession. time the cancer came out, my face healed especially recommended: for old. obstinate I. ',

', Chopin's Farm ,Agency Herald building up and there Is not the slightest scar left. deep seated cases of malignant iE' "" "r... wlnor''' 1I, ..; I ,
klnil of IM J, .
\1. HOUOIITOVSDENTAL Olltofl,1\Ias... I have Implicit faith In the merits of this blood or skin diseases, because Botanic .II clOOBI...... fv-ry-/I 110. Ju i ;{ .
"THR) i:; F'LO Ft 10," one of the best prepniaiton, and It cannot he too highly food !Halm ((3.I Ii. II) kills the poison In JEE : Oatpa4la.ielIsppiI.'ant.. '
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known groves III the vicinity of St. recommended.. 2!:>c, uO and $1. For he blood cures where all else fallsheals f J D.tIJ: >.lroU rrniirl II.....00. )

r.O.\TI G APAUTMEXTst Augustine beautifully located on King sale by U. It. Wilson & Sun, THusvillo. peers; sore, in.ikethe blood pure and : t

street, within 1 IS: minutes I walk from! rich, gives time skin the rich glow of 2 e t-) -_ : 't 1 : f
on the "Dentos," tie Leon hotel about'4" acres land 1i I ;
Ponce An ,*r lnt'-.> Trial. hea 1 r h. 11. II. II the most perfectblooduiltler :
with orange trees and rare (lowering > made Thoroughly tested f<*rt: () .r0O.i '

Duubcr has blown
Now AT PALM BEACH. plants and shrubs,2-ltory house,I) high lt'li.I'lrlllt'r"hy- certainly year.. Costs $1 per large bottle at urugtores. The: Largest and Most Com.nlare : ;. 1 \
tJ'ou1
rooms, double piazzas, ; stable_ ot good! > .. To prove It cure, ample of I2gi 1 :
ojey's Kidney Cure size, carriage' house! etc. was valued I thought he was doIng Hood Bum, sent by writing Blood Balm n Establishment SoUth. ri :(1 ,

ej at 12.HOO: () a few years ago; price now, spit.iiuiidly.JiiownlylIt'. Co Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and '
f kidneys- and bladder right. *.,500; *.")(0 X) cash, balance $.'((10 a year. WUH until lie painted free medical advice sent In lIealell l letter = 3 i e; CEO. S. HACKER & SON .'II: :

T A xnn..A .1 per cent Interest. Apply to Rev. Mar- that lust lundHcape. He painted the r-ThU I I. in honest offer-medicine ., it.

:: ; r lady TRUSTWORTHY ln each to OENTLEJuIi manurenuam. :- tin Hancox, :St. Augustine, Fla. sun In too natural. sent at once, prepaid. "' O ,
oonuty :
,<) 1 1J'Iniiiee. tot nn old established, ; house: of FURNISHED !SEASHORE:! Cottage, 1'11Ih'r-lIow, could tlint be? U E ,. c .
"" "'"""" A lion Site. and excellent fishing, aQ
'.lilj.In''I' 2a'',''|' ..alary of 118.00 p&ld straight by .,.heok lOa"h near fronting surf Light bathing I House avenue, 2-story Brow lily-\\'('11. It dries up the Water Not...-.'. ;;J t'e lO
) with All "Jlenoe", direct from bAadIre In the pond HO fust that he has to
\I..ey. "vance.1 for e..8.. lIIan. tioiide, double piazzas I 9 rooms, which ::t" S SUl :. t'
r 3. ""tonIldg, Cl1lcapo.: 2jan3ANNER alone coat f'OO:! (), stable, 2 lots land. paint In new water every two or threedlly5.eW ALl, CONCERNED: TAKE NOTICK.THAT. J;. ;
*
OtllnloAiinilnlntrumrof
M".t'Ir' anil ex
1 Brown M
Price, $1,200:! with furniture; $lO( () cash York Times.'retidency the K.uit-of J. C. Frlnk.eceanrt i n '
SALVES balance $:!00( a year, R percent interest., :ha: fiIe.i -uuinnitlnn I In wrltlnicni. : S.
the .if naltl ilen apeit.l.'lireforen Sl 0
to Rev. Martin Hancox, owner, the Innolvency or estate
"most healing salve In the world. Apply of the Times. I iierumi having' ci4fma against nalilcmtj.ce r.
:st Augustine" Fin."SANriARA ; are hr..hy required tfi a'iur| | suit l tile '
< HALL" upon which The tendency of medical science U toward h-m nr |Nirly' ituthvnclcateil. In in j Court on or lS :: ;
DO YEARS* Baron de Bara expended' much money. I preventive measures. The best Htfiira the 4tl ilur ol April. 1'KKJ.Orfl'rail ,
till. :nth day of 1..ml..A|' t) I9fl'A.A.
EXPERIENCEC porting I mansion, extensive! grounds, thoaght of the world is being !given to [H Hl IJ] /). PR' J\t.V.: en G t- ---
corner lot on King I street, in perfect lie subject. It Is easier: and better to l.intmur: County. JucUe if ;;- 01 ;r;;.. !!l; !
repair. Price only *4r, 00j) $iOIO( ( cash. prevent than to cure. It haw been fully i '=I > .j; foe a I 1

Apply to owner, Rev. Martin Hancox: demon"Iratpd that pneumonia of the Sheriff Hale. E-- < MANUFACTURERS OP .
I"t. Augustine. Pictures and details. most dangerous dlHeamis" that medical e J6FOUJ

postpaid by Chapln's Farm Agency men have to contend with can be prevented Doors Sash Blinds .
BV VlflTt'E!: OP AN EXKriT-: '. ,
'
Boston of Cliamnboriain'sCough
herald building, by the use UNr.V.ltNU. .. out of the Circuit: lnnrtforlN.il j"cu =
C J ';; ; TRADE MARK "MAGNOLIA," the attractive reilence I Remedy. Pneumonia always results County; In a nortaln 4-aiiHe tli..r..ln i I
.;": DcaiaNSCoi on King street, with Iron fence :. from a cold.) or from an attack of In- pending, wli-raln tilt .'1..., National Hunk. nt,, HtAiiirn .. I i'E ( .{( Hiding Building Material f
,. tlii- l-i pUlntllT and I). 1.. Alderman In "l -
and It bas been observed F
& Nearly opposite Inenzn (grip),
vniQHT .c. Fountain. .. .
and Boy r-udaut I hare levlail om>n anil .11I..11.1 pul "
A
Cube] Warerooms, King oppo.ltr:
,
A oket..h and fleHrrlptlon ma- of house Price this remedy counteract any tendency ,
nansara )Hall.( A gem a that II-auction In 'ro.,01 the Court Honiw iloor atTltnvllli K' t1s. ,
.iiol-rntuii.our: opinion.iMi fro' > *funimunl h..ther an- only $2,800:! ), not half cost; $*oO> each. of these dlsoares toward pneumonia. *. Florida, during the legal liii... ntM I II\ i Cannon Htreet.Charleston .

., niillal. IlHitillMiokonPiileat-; toChapin's Farm Agency, Boson. This has been fully proven ID many >I'e up..n the S. C.
aiiouy round. : fur Mono*f curlliMT A Co.[>Mt reou. iiW-<,-. Apply. Of to Rev Martin Hancox[ :>an 'ara thousands: of oases In which this remedy JKIKT MONHATT: IX MAItCU A. I>. IIKW.! i i ito .. ,, i .
,
r, chiirua. la the Hall, Augustine.. halt been u"ed durIng the!treat prevalence and bent bliMi-r fur ,.aoh tin f.,1- 1sQ
th tilifhc-t
.. : tifit, nU1 rl\all. A WFLL: ESTABLISHED) and prof- (>t cold-. and grip In recent years, and ceo lowing" ,..,,,,,.11..1 r-al aatata of I 110.. iinfnni'1'11..1VI'.I. ,, ,nt.ituat ..i I : Sash Weights, Cord and .
building in be relied upon with Implicit con/1 nence.'neumonla > il' I In tl.' ( '"d..r Hraranl, and
"". trtt __"'... Tjirveiit f'tf.p. table Florida: business! often result from a slight ..... to-wit:
.. ''ixucidc inurniil. 1-rtni M C repair, double store, postolllce coinrni-ui'tJtc> ..it cb-i 8"uth.art uortinr, "f "It 'f EiS Hardware.
: :!ii..,I. tIo1<1117a11 nirrialeni.IBS good be ntd old ivlien no danger apprehended until known. I In. th. n-l-jilxrrbMxl a, the H. It. Wnon ?
probably appo '
I ; J. & etc. Buyer! would discovered that there Is tlin '. Went. 19 d."r..... m I ,,'>
siiddenlr
I Co.38 1 Booaol..a. ,. New York hall above rente.! tohurrh. It i Is irrovr < run 8 g-g "iio ClasrA k.
I.: pof.tnm-.ter; and In broatlllnl land tlnntiwHoiitli.. 44'iyanto, then.... Mouth ii.tir-i-' Window and Fancy ,
difficulty ( pains .
,4; fever .
f Pt.Wa.hlu.loii.>.C. l'lotll'lelJn stock at cost or *ppraUal and on mlnnum' Kant 118)pr.,-, tb-n:a V41.> I IFOCy'SIIOflCYand
small store building, In the chest then It U announcer that I an.I". uIi limes 4'>rtii a 4W yar.l., UKIKorth -* 0"10ft SPECIALTY. f
) O FOR ; also a the patient has pneumonia. De on the ttiilPiirBmanil M mln. ..itm went no)..ir l ljtlin ,
SALE laanynaantl- rents well. Few minute . .. ..
ADVOCATB whlrh always safe side and take Cliatnberain': Cough & p. int'if 1> .liMiini;. ntalnluir III ""r" ------ -- --
office.ky's walk from ponce de Leon) Hotel. I rice and being .It'I..L,1 ui UM NK of tln, S W'', an l '
*.{1.1'00.> part cash. Picture Remedy an soon all the ce.llll.contracted.It Ih.1fW'I ..r HiNKX! \ iif Rote 39, 'r"WII"hl21\ 1 ..c: .& p Tar'I
real eotate I
or Boson always cure For sale by all drug- Hnnth I: .n.:"- )'. E.wt:: I'nri''hanor f.ayn fur 'leoil.
Honey and Tar mailed' by crapln'tFarm Agency. guts; and medicine dealer &.feliZT i..1", lilton, :'i.i1'!' torchttdrcnsafcaurc. No opiates. I

cc.ifs, prevents pneumonia. Mas I



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY' 1803.

.
oL!. JAMES PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-Preslde3y;:

S. BBANUINO, A sat. Cashier

EAST COAST ADVOCATE A FLORIDA GAME- RESERVE. INDBV1iIv If STATE

OHMO.VD, FLA., Feb. 3, 1003. BANK

.W.&LY JOURX.IL DBTOTBD TO THB DBVB1VOPMCBT Editor Ea t Conit Advocate J

O* Tam INDIAN a/Ylla. I.ABBWOBTS I hand you the following/ clipping from COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
AND BIHOAYltB BAT SSOTIOIIS.PUBLISHED well be cop-
the Taller. This I.em might
led by all the papers of the State. A Dyspeptics Authorized capital, $ I oo*co

: : JCVKBV: : Fa1DAT.paLLLLI large game preserve In the locality designated -r-"' Paid up capital, $25,000
1 would help the shooting all along I are made every day by their own carel ..ne... -. \- Average deposits, $100,000
H. WALTON Editor Publisher the East Coast, particularly In the Indian. Cure that case: of Constipation and Indigestion before -= "'
A River section,.as It would give an undisturbed it become chronic. TakepM1ILth -
DlBContlnimnce of ailytt. mutt te made per. breeding ground. I Transacts a General BankinEasiness.
aally at thl" office or by writing;, I Maine is a good Illustration of what gym'
: law., It now
can be done by a"good game :
Obeok,eto., may be made payable to CBAHL baa probably the best deer shooting of I !.! .
$. WALTOW pnbllHbar.BOBTOtf any btatejn the Union although It seems t .' I

but a few years ago when deer road, caribou to ex ,. ': ,; Largest and Oldest Bank on the
vo-
OKFICtf-Tiis EAT Co&NT Al> and moose were on the rapid RIel

OATS ban opnmid an omoe at 4(14( Assail avenue, tinction. Yours very truly and Tonic Pellet*,''the only remedy that assists Nature ': \, : Exchange bought and sold on all KurelCountries.
4
Boston, wlilrh will 1 ho In charge/ ot Mr. ClftU.loO. JOHN ANDEnMoN. 1 and does not get in her way. Strong purgatives gripe ;

.Walton. and make confirmed invalids. Ramon's act gently
for the world at large and of Patronage appreciated. Prompt service Poll(,
"Happily drugs.
independent ..
the
and leave anti
for Informatlon system wiili '
ADVOCATE |
-jV In writing to the especially the dumb animals in it, who treatments bankorCmtsistam. rrt
rvawve;
ofany kind tlm wrlur will oliIiRH liy enulo onnnot protect themselves from civilized'mail's Sample and BooHlet Free i .

i iDlC" utamiiflil,ariilreimail envol"I"l desire to kill,' there are men and Treatment CORRESPONDENTS:
Complete
re ,, T w. k Seaboard National Hunk of Neu York .
'Io .<
women who are animated with a deilre .. 15 days 25 eta. o't 1'-" Katlonal Bank ol Jacksonville, Flu, "4
Address all oommunloatlond to all of Ood's creatures; they +
to
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, help protect the weak In their struggle against s-t5.>, New hi/ ..*< rj jri J tiS'V ILI.1:, hL.1..

TlTUHVILLK FlOHmA. the strong, and endeavor to relieve suf- .
------ ------- --
Earl evervwhole-extending their Intercut =
-- -- ng

U. 8. Department of Agriculture good will to reacting the birds upon and themselves animals their add. TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

Weather llurcau-Jupiter, Fla. ing to their own happiness and pleasure, .
others share the beauty and Interest .
while

Tbe-followlnRis; -comparative statement the world,receives such from their in efforts.every ______.________Sold___ _by_-_ B._-._It-__,m WILSON__-_ -Se-SON---TITtrSVIXUC.--------- Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime Cement
of temperature and rainfall for the Were there dot persons ,

week: ending-1003-Tuesday, Feb. :ii,-IpOil.X 1902):.- community world would, long have ago become a large a barren part of waste.the CARE OF THE TOURISTS. Georgiana. *

MAX. MIN. MAX.: MI FT. "Although It Is, comparatively but a Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
>ATB.2H 78 (\\7 77 70 few years since }'lorlulbeoame a resort A gentleman ,at West Palm Beach Mr. Cannatta returned home from his ....,
20SO HO 08 7il 70 State! her forests visited by man, and her sends us the following; publication visit north last week.
as streams sought out all the tlsherman's delight Offices foot of ITogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.
80 (117 77 and we leave Florida hotel managers to Mr. Newman, wife and two children Jffl
SI 75 (10 77 6fl< It Is rapidly losing many of Its say whether It is true or not: "Many from Kenosho, Wis., are stopping at the
attractions Its animals are disappearing J. K. MUNNERLYN: General Manager.;
78 64 greatest ; Florida without ,
1 77 07 northern people come to Baggett house
2 78 71 8 i 66 ; the bird*that beautiful tilled the woods appetites, or with such as are satiated A. V. IIlMJOok and wife left for Palm
3 80) 08 00 47 with song, while the plumageof upon food and milk fished from the cavernous Beach for a visit with relatives
have become Friday
the
rainfall for the week 0.28 other delighting eve, depths of the everlasting tin can.
Total to their
before returning
Depa tnre from normal rainfall for the extinct; the streams are rapidly being From the time they leave home en route at that place, Jllch. & Baker
home In Monte Rose
man'8greedaod
robbed of their fish through MeMurray
week: minus 0.18 Inches. Departure to Florida their eyes sparkle and their
animal, life. In bis first
1 desire to destroy Rev J. B. Hawk preached ,
from normal rainfall since January mouths water as they partake in anticipation !
order to stop this destruction, and, If sermon for the coming conference year
plus 3.01 inched.UAL. of the juicy beef the fresh fish,
P. IlABDiir, Observer I possible restore some species of birds oysters and game; and the luscious fruit Sunday. lIe was our preacher four years 401-4:13 East Day Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
of this city welcome him.
and animals Mr. W. II. Tell that ago/ and the peoplesgladly
and crisp, fresh vegetables they
done the
------- ---- --------- --- who has so much to preserve been told here in exhaustless of the and of
have are On January' 30th, about thirty -Makers Jobbers -
and has. for
birds In this neighborhood
HAVE you noticed the big crowds the gull has evolved abundance. Judge then of their disappointment friends and relatives of Kev. J. H. White
years protected sea and disgust when they are with well filled baskets marched
of tourists on the Florida East a plan to establish a reservation, or pub- and wife
Vehicles Harness and Material
presented some hotels and boardinghouses quietly and lined up along the front Carriage Wagon
the lower of the Htate
late? They lie park In part
Coast Itallwaytralnsof Include headwaters of with a menu made up of tough porch and called for Mrs. White before ,
would the
aunty coming to the East Coast that Insipid beef, Insipid canned vegetables discovered and such a look of
are locality they were ;
the St. Johns, the Kls tmmee and the andbriny Saddlery,' Rubber Tires.
,this winter. in that neighborhood with wardens fruit and milk, Indurated codfish pleased surprise as she came to the door

I., In charge of It to protect all animal from the mackerel-nearly north. Florida shipped can have here all 77th 1 lit seldom birthday.seen.An It elegant was Mrs.dinner White's was First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

EVERY man is prone to make mistakes life."In order to accomplish this be has the visitors she wants, but the hotel men soon spread on the loop; porch and was -----. --
that ia lacking in who and boarding-house keepers ought to enjoyed' by all. Just think of a picnic
but man asked Doctor DeWitt Webb goes
strength, of character when he to the State legislature lu April to secure supply thing else their Instead winter of Insipid guests canned with goods.To some. out-of-doors, with thermometer at of 80 love-<,
dresses
the of a law authorizing the reservation girls In white quantities East Coast Lumber & Supply Co
makes the same mistake on more passage and protecting the game In It, do so would be money'In their pockets ly flowers growing In the lawn, and ajarof ,
than one occasion. giving the wardens authority to enforceit. as their guests are generally ableand beautiful roses on the table, a present
willing to whatever In reason and Nellie Owen. There
interested In pay from Misses Eva
all
lie also asks
persons It would cost to them. We see fresh were other presents, both valuable and Yards at.EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.
y bird and animals and all who are interested -
IK are interested in the East fruit in stores wherever we go In Florida useful. Mr. and Mrs. John Fields ofIndianola
you In the State, to use their Influence! General Office at Eau Oallie, Fla.
of Florida subscribe for the 'to lie has Inter. and complaints are heard that the were enjoying It as much as
1 Coast ested secure legislation M. who will food furnished At some of the Florida anyone. :Mrs. Fields has the honor of We carry everything In building material Including sash and doors, builders' hardware
d EAST COAST ADVOCATE. For the Mr. Henry further the flagler scheme. hotels and boarding-houses might be Improved beiug the first white woman to set footon Masury's Paints and Varnishes Paroid and Neponset Roofingand

small sum of $1.50 it will keep yoii undoubtedly"Nor Is this only an appeal to those on the \lines mentioned, BO that Merrills Island and la the life of any Building Papers. Orders promptly attended to.

posted upon events for one year. who like dumb animals. With the restoration complaints may cease I ask: you to be party wherever she goes. The weather
of bird and animal life, the valueof good enough to publish the above in was perfect, unless was"most too hot. -
1 will be enhanced your pink ADVOCATE for I have seen It Mrs. White is dearly loved by all who
of our' property many nearly all over Florida-aye, and at sev and and Hodges & O'Hara
Way do some contempor. times, the state will be more productive know her, Is bright cheerful
les make such a fuss about Charley and more attractive to the tourist and eral hotels In the north"Nearly and more spry and energetic than many )

coming back to Florida? traveller. not half her age.; Mr. and Mrs. White, ...Manufacturers and Dealersln.{ .<
Daughtery "With animals and birds restored Mr. and Mrs. Hughes; and Mr. Allan and
is Why it Is not unusual for a polio the streams game again teeming with fish, Forfeits His Life. Family came to this place In 1873.; All Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

tician or any one else to return to their banks alive with ducks and crane, I A runaway almost ending fatally,start are still living except Mr. and Mrs. Allan, Dressed

the East Coast of Florida after and laws preventing their killing except ed a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. B. who were old people and not very well Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings Shingles, etc
awhile. The climate at the time and way Florida will Orner Franklin 111. For four when they came. This Is the healthiest deliveredto
leaving It for proper Grove Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices
Is one thing that draws them here. have restored to her her natural attractions years It defied all doctors and all. reme place In all the world. any part of the State. Address: Hodges & 0'JIara. Buffalo Bluff FlaThe
together with the finest hotel service dies. But Biicklen's Arnica Salve had
and transportation lines leading to no trouble to cure him. Equally good Foley's Honey and Tar cures the cough

, Now that the reduction of letter them.' for burns bruises, skin eruptions and caused by attack of la grippe. It heals Oldest Established Grain and Seed Honee In the State.
I ) piles. 2: ;)o at all drug stores. the lungs. Sold by li. R. Wilson & Sn.
is under discussion
postage to one cent
in the United States, it is MAGNOLIA SPRINGSUHOTEL. PURiNA

P ; Interesting to note that Japan has '11 Wm. A. Sours cSC CO.

1 the cheapest postal service In the At Magnolia Springs the season Is fairly Special Attention !
and amusement Is
opened every under
world. In that country' letters are way. Golf takes the lead, and boatIng "r GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
conveyed to all parts of the empirefor and hunting come in close seconds. ,

two sen-about seven tenths ofa The links are In excellent condition, and OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERSTOR '
'
Is of the line Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
cent. everyone taking advantage ,
weather to go out there. Many peopleare Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, YG>TIIMILMLaS
getting Into good form for the coming 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.

THE authorities\ at Washington will,tournament undoubtedly, and, be at a great;that deal time of there fast IIarness and Stoves. Ats.( for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

J4 have taken up a subject in regardto playing done. 1>r. O.C. tich nyler, Platts- -
the survival of the North Amer. burg, N. Y., Dr. Franklyn F. Maisb O. *T"Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
loan Indian. It in stated that 00 I). /8euvey, E. Jj. Brown and II. O. Cun-

per cent of the Indiana in the North field the ladles are all, undoubtedly players with a titles record.Woodward Among, Jas. Pritchard & Son. P. Htihlnaan: & Co.

I die of tuberculosis, and the question
f South Norwork 'Conn., will make
l has been raised as to whether all the coming ladies hustle for honors. Postofflce Box 212 261
Washington St I NEW YORK.
S the disease has been introduced by Mrs. II. O. C'anlleld Is also an expert S3 Murray Street. J f N. Y.

the whites player, and great things are expected of Titusville:: : F orid.a..

I her.Mr.. and Mrs Allen Alnsllennd charming -
--------- '--- ----- ---
little daughter Helen, of Boston are HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-
ALL the la the
1 orange growers

neighborhood of Tltuaville are fairly at A Uagnolla progressive Springs.hearts/ party was given, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Ilorld5. <>r.an.gesan.

r well pleased over the returns Saturday evening, by the guests In honorof

they received from their crops. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Alntilie, of Boston. I. c.raperru1t.: :
, Money has been more plentiful in Mrs. Frankljn Marsh had.full charge of
the affair aid: it proved to be one of the We represent several of the largest shippers In and wish to represent
this section this season, than it most charming gatherings of the season. In Connection with Florida East Coast RAil way, Effective January 14, 1903.No. your State,

baa been In a long while. And the The trophies were won by Mrs. II. O.Canfield. 30 No. 32 No. 34 RKI WEENJACKSONVILLEANDNEWYORK No. 2e Nn, 81 No.83, you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 :years.

i hustling orange grower has himselfto Mrs. C. C. Hchuyler, O. I). 7 en 12 i' 8 46 a Lr ao .uuvllle, Via.Southern Railway.....An s t0 a asp 4ti .
.hank for it too. Seavey and E. L. Brown and were handsome Lvttavannah.Oa ,, Southern RailwayAr 1 610a IOlOa 3n6p p
articles In silver and china. The 8 66 a 1'133 s e 211 p Ar Charlotte, N. C. .., &mthern Railway .,,,Lv a a0 p 4 20 a d 305 ESTABLISHED .,
high clans. of music rendered by the orchestra 6 u '. .. a an a Ar chmon a. ....... Sail tern way r 1 nop 111 U6p 1870.M.

RUMORS have of late been going during the evening was appreciated 11 imp 33 p 11 o13a 165 a Nla urn Ar ArWashingtunDC..5.nihernRalway..Lv ltaltlutore, 1514. .......Pennsylvania a'yLv 1061 a as*1 6
by the many guests. 2ella I3p 1112. Ar Phlla.IelphiaFa ,., T2p i s Zap
Pennsylvania
the round that of Boers Wy..Lv
a big colony 3lep
a 13 a 4 131 1 4.ip Ar New York Pennsylvania R' .....Lv 121aa 12 sop i 3 60ap Sop Lane & Son
will emigrate to Texas, and on top .
t .A BIG LAND SALE. a. 1 and SA--Thes.mthern IL m n to arrives ally except Hem live; leaves d y except ,
of this comes another report that Sunday.. Noe, xi and 3s-"New York and F nods Express." 1. ally Dining Can.
No. 20andeDWashington and Florida l.In.fted" Daily,
the Boers state that South Africa "N;7'No.. 13 .'t..n ao sonvllle and the Nnr'h iTW..t 250
WASHINGTON
All the lands formerly) owned by the No I-i- No.5 STREET, NEW YORK.
is good enough for them and they defunct Jacksonville A If 20 a 1411 P II.r ""II.'n.III..I'I. ........ "uthern Railway.... .. ,....Ar S30.
Tampa Key 3M ,. 800. 4rl\l..n.Oa................. lnut..ernR.llwa .,.. .. ...Lv 80 p
i intend staying there. How disap. West Railway Co., amounting to over 11"1' 112ft. At Atlanta. ...... .............. .. Rahway..Lv) 10 66 lOa toop
6 pointing this must be to many Tex. 500,000! ) acres, and lying In 17 countiesIn tB 4ap s et a 4r ChattauOOKa.TenD........,. IInutb..rn Railway ....,. ..Lv S III p 10411"II ni Southern Fruit and Produce e
this State were sold on Monday at 1 11II.. 1 3'1 I' 4r Cintnnnate Ohio'.... ........ q..n.1Q: C.ent ..... ."... L. S 30.P a
as real estate boomers. public auction at Green Cove Springs A:Jlla 8 all y L..C'lnuln"art .............,,. JIaK Four,.,.................Ar 7 Oa1-- .!.!!..l.1 .
.1I30-p" ..710a ArChlcagolf' .,.., ...... ....... .o..r..L. 1Mp
The Brevard county Ilod73OOO acres 0'0..a 8M p L.C'hlCl..tI.Obl.. ............ .'"nnay\v.nla\ s.; saner IW 1 COJO..JO..iss1oc.
ALONG the East Coast of Florida were advertised last month In the 11301' 130. ArChl..ajt),Ill.......... .. .... .. l'enn.'hanlaLln..8..Ar 0 84.4/p' a moo 1(101' : Merchari: .ts.

there number of the ADVOCATK. We understand that with 8:111 8411. : Clnrlnnat; hlo ............ .C It a I -Jllonon.. ....... .. a
are .Ar 1 8
a 4 o
most the disposal of these lands, which were I ll p 1\1\:' a ArChlc"tr..1I\ .. ., ... .. .,.... CH.I-l\'m..n........ ....Lv a oop a IJOIIn: 00 p FLORIDA
magnificent resort hotels in the sold under degree of foreclosure by the 820 a T4IIp t.Ynolnnat l I.Ohw ........ 0}t &I1-MTcMgan C..utral Ar 111II1. PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
United States. These palatial hotels Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on :22Ip, 6naArTnle.IOhln, ...... .......,.,. CII.I"-MlcbhraoCentral L"l1l111p 4S P
Live and Granting( Annuities to the t w.l!.. 1 30._ Ar Detndt. M.ch..... ......... C 1Gk D-Mlcblll'8n Central v 10 00 1'2r'p) 311: Stencils, Card. and
are owned by the Florida East --:1<1" !00 p Lv Clncl""at1l lhl.a ..........., Fetinaylvanla i Lines-'fir 811 L I' our quotations furnished on application.
old J- A
Coast Hotel Company, who have U. Cable T. Is K. W. sty Co., of which R. e N1 _666._ Ar 1'Ittab..rK,Iva,.............. lYnnaylvani IJn....... .. LT IIIJI a 6 sans 30 P ::0---

this season, as previous occasions and their receiver passes out of exist 11311" 930p LII'lnclnll.II.Obl.. ., ......... RIR tour...... ..., ., ...... r l a0 a -1-lI p
upon once, holdings have gone Into 3001' t1411a ArCI".el..n..Oblo.. ....... ...,. lgFour..L.. a
issued a very neat and the possession of the land dealers who 'glut: 6 p L. t.e"lntrWI),K'...... ........ Southern Rallw.'..........,.Ar 10 411.80p 1J3 1040.: p Mason M.
handsome booklet which made the highest bid at the auction. 10311. IIll1p AriA..I.vllle. "' ..... ......... M..uth..rnRallway..L 140. Clark
gives a Dade county had 74,000 acres for sale. ........ 1W.: Ar St 14,01.. ,Me.... ...... ....... 8outbernIWlway..L.IO O4p 8D4.1211p ,
; large amount of information in : iaop Lv stnxton. K y ............., i3mtthrauauway.riiii
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........ 830p Ar ArLo..lsvIU. K'.............. Penn.vlvanls ::
the hotels
to I4nee..Lv
regard railway etc. 140" .... ..
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1W.: Ar ... ...
It contains a description of the Tourists Try Comfort.It No' .. and 5istagtam Cbiaago. lll I"lnrtda.....81'1101"..... .arrive.Pennsylvania daily' Linee..Lv 1\1..n.I. 840 a........ Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.

places mentioned and is beautifully U what Its name Implies. If you sand. Dtningearst .No..13 and I4-"TheFloridaLimitedtall.except Dlnngcu) I eaves,. daily except
are troubled with your bladder, kidneys, 'o.a ". rough t n t el'lk' '... 0.' o.6 .
illustrated The frontispiece is ) Nu,131 t. as'r 1 e &I_"an. City. o,14 Nn' 6
rheumatism or heart trouble, take Com R6ap vac """ ..11I..1'1I. R'.Ar"Tb. Yxr f4: L. Jack..o.m..fIo. SPECIALTIES :
R.Ar .
a lithograph in colors, representinga fort. It Is 8 2M Lv vannah..So. 1ty ,..Ar a :IOaI slip
pleasant to take and harmless.All 6bail 11II1' 8 IMht Ar 1\1"-.0.... ....80. R.Ly I I
scene in a palm grove on the druggists BOcU a bottle. B. K Wll 2l17pArHoUII'rln.lIopArA.h.\II..So.1ty..!''Io.R fLv12/aa..Lv 4001' 633all IIIIp 6 2Oa 4.'laArRlrmtn A r Atlanta.... ..So. Ry..Lv 1011II1' 10.pip s31v Extra Early Beans and

East: Coast of Florida. We acknowledge son & Son agents at Titnsvllle. For 5 lOa Ar Clnclnnstl..q: "a l .....Lv06p ,,.... a cop Ar Memph1.FrletoLv bam..IIo..Ry..t.y! s 410PII8Op ins .... Vegetables.
further ...... ?
particulars, write your troubles .ArKan..ctt.Frl."Ly .
of of these 131. ....
receipt some
line works of art. to the Afco Chemical Co., Jacksonville :N..13and 14-"Tbe l'Iorl.Ja UlDlte Fla.
F. CAItY Diat. PIU8. Agt.. 108 W. Bay St.Ja k.so"l"me, Fla.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 6, 1903. 5 '

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Stuart. Tibbals. OEORG AtARX. JOHN :MARX. }'

MEOW RELIABLE Il

Dr McClinton 1VI :J6t JE3 <>S.
of
Jensen
was la town C. O. Jannock and wife moved Saturday -
on Tuesday. ,
into their cottage, formerly 000uplod .
The ADVOCATE Is widely read down by Miss England WHOLESALE GROCERS '
In this section. .
James and William Holmes, two of lh) it

: Inglis Stuart, a rising young lawyerof Jensen's prominent young men were the

Danforth:New York house.city III i registered at the guests of Frank Waters, on Saturday.Mrs. Fruit and Produce Jobbers. ?

4YNG E. Webstrr, who has been spending

John Domini Is beautifying ground several months at Derby, Conn., visiting ...

around and his other residence by. planting cocoanut relatives, rived home on Filday. .....- --.---- Corner Bay and Julia Ste, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'
tropical trees In abundance -
Mrs James Hudtion left, Sunday, for LOOK TO YOUI \EYES.;

POV Charles Woodward's sister Mrs. S. Ojus the, where gueat she of her will niece spend, Mrs.several J. W,weeksas Ives.\ If suffering call from.any eye defects or weak WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. I'

Kent Wallace, of Steubenvlllo. 0., arrived sight: at my new well-appointed optical -

on Friday night, and will spend the Improvements are now tbe order of Institute. Special, completo louse PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seod .
winter visiting here. the day. Dwellings: packing houses, grinding outfit In connection.
Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Pens In season
AKI4POWDER pineapple sheds and the telephone line Dn. E. II. ARMSTRONG, '
Capt. John Blakslee came to town on ate now being erected. HLauras>t. Jacksonville, Fla. .&-Wo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables. 1; '
Wednesday from the Inlet. lie has beenon ,
the sick list Florle Harrier Is now the ofa .
and has not been on deck possessor ---- --'----- ------- ---- < .
for some time. Ills many friends here very fine hoi'He and buggy! and, of 6 ,

are glad to HOB him around again. course, our young ladies always enjoy White City. Eau Gallie. ..a I' 1 i'
moonlight buggy or launch rides. I '
Absolutely PureERj" The schooner yacht, Mallard, was anchored ,' )
in our harbor Invitations! will be out in a few days ; KIDNEY CURE i
SUBSTITUTE with the on Wednesday, for a Washington birthday ball to be Mm. J. Davis hall been spending n W. II. Munn, Ilolyoko, Mass., has
IS NO following party aboard: Mr. week with Mrs. Robinson Ankoua.MI I arrived I at Eau Qalllo. i', ,
and Mrs.\ Theodore Allen and Miss See- !given by the members of the Tlbbals .' r
ba. They may cruise as far as Miami. Club, on tho 20tU, at the Clubhouse.Art s M. Newton of Ankona, wan a I Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, of Asheville N. There la no dl.sonse' so Inslmtat-' '

---- welcome visitor at our Sunday school, C., spent the last week In Eau Unllio. log,HO slow but mire, on kidney disease '
Saeger has created himself to a
II. W. Betsey took the following party or si) wido-sprend. The synip-! i
down to Oilberts Bur Yaoht Club on very fine launch or kick boat the first of last bund.iy. The Pirate large double decker from touts IroI' > Blight as to generally "

loarding. Tuesday in the launch, President : Mr. the kind ever in this place, which affords Soren Sorenson purchased ten acres of New York, is lying In Eau Gulllo harbor. escape notice. ,I '
some of our ladles much laud In the extreme south end of town, In "
and Mrs Lauman Mr. and Mrs. Isaac young pleasurethis The yawl Princess] U now ready for The first Indications appear "
Alien Mrs. M. Stuart fine weather. last Hittutday.:::\ the with varied efleets. The : : ,:
: Mr. E. Stuart, her new owners, and is looking like a urine i' '
who wish a pleasante Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock. The entire community delighted to Miss miller, of St. Cloud, Minn.\ and new vessel quantity Inlay be Increased or decreased ,
),imblB people have Mrs. OOBH. of Milwaukee WIs. ; It Is likely to be highly colored ; t
Mrs. E. M. lor and were
Richard M. Smith Tade COUttly's Say: daughter, '
while in West Palm tax At of the
Town Council
a mooting
at on and scalding It may be paleor
to stop Miss Alice In our midst again. They guests of Mrs. Austin several days last ; J''
assessor '
spend( Monday and Tuesday Monday tho usual routine of business
COTTAQK thick and with a
,oh, will find MIN-ARET here, looking over the of will spend several months at their beau- week. thin, or milky
property our was through. '
Olive street, between Evernla and citizens.! lick only got onu vote here at tiful winter home here. Another surprise party, last Wednesday gone sediment.noed Later will on lit more present pro- .. .
Nice cleans the election evening, on Bert Bell, lu honor of AlliS:, Near Is sinking an artesian well nou symptoms ,
in PIaoe- recent and It and
uch a wan pretty Messrs. Gillmore Jennings Harris etc. .
just : such all di'/.MiicHH. bloating, ... ,
for T. J. have Co. who here In .
neatly furnished; comfortable hard to make him believe that we Luce played a very close and Interesting his birthday at which our young people are with marked bladder and urinary "" ,
the business. i
wholesome food; VERY thought him all o. k. game of tennis last week on Mr. Jen- enjoyed themselves as they usually do.W. turpentine disorders. 1.

jj; good, nlng's court. Our ladies are also playIng D. and Arthur Griffin, of the firm I The MUses Catherine and Angle Near, PolHonrma want matter In collectedby '
recommend
[.lerate prices, are the A NIGHT ALAHM.-Woise than an some very Interesting games. of Griffin Brothers were In town one' of Phllmont, N. Y., are the guests of lam tUe and bland oitrrlml. from to all tliu purl IIld..of.,.Mm, wlmro sy.-. I i

[is. Only n limited number of room- alarm of lire Is the brassy cough or croup, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Eaton after day last week, looking over their nursery Alex. Near for tho winter. I unpuriuiul. and east nut through, Iliaurlno. .' \ tGIt '
accommodated. Table board which sounds like the chlldien'a death and making to hare a 'ruektdueysdealwill, tbe blood "f ,,
can be spending two weeks as the guests of Mr. arrangements Miss Susie Carter, of Sharon, Pa., and only dortvlun nourishment, tliorefrnm. ,
iieeUHy., ; knoll and it means death unless something and Mrs W. II. Harris, left for their quantity of seed planted. Melbourne, Via., was the guest of Miss llanou, If the blood In bad the t '
DARLING Is done quickly. Foley's Honey and home in Znnesvllle O. last Saturday While the A. Florence Hodgson this) week. It l JIBS. FRANK Tar never fails to give Instant relief and on. way to a surprise party a How nmnnaary In. It, there. \' .
West Palm Beach, Fla. quickly cures the worst forms of croup. much to the regret of their, many friends. few evenings ago, Mr. Benson's home at Superintendent Mime, of Bonaventure, for*, tlnU the purity ami vitality of the If.'" ,t '
talue>should iiinlntutncd. It In plain .
Mrs. 1'. L. Cordier, of Mannln ton, Ky., Miss Gertrude England delighted to tempted to runaway, throwing Miss Bou- was Inspecting our school last week. lie why I ha grant blast rmrinvr and I' I .oif
writes: "My three year old girl: had a se- have her neico, Miss Clara Fassett, of son and Miss Jensen out of the buggy, also visited the n"oanlUher section. trenRtheiter-Dr. Hnrt r hi Dun Tonic- ,
but, as there was no serious bruises they hn bueti minoeimfully used. In trtmtlnakidney !
Palm Beach. vere case of the doctor said she Buffalo, N. Y., visit her, and we are delighted '
West croup; continued on,to enjoy the evening sports. Mrs. St. ClAir has routed her bakery to dUeiuA* and In pravrntliiRnnniv. [ I
could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's : to learn that Miss Fassett expects from Pineda, who will furnish In purifying the bland the kidney are t'
Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick her parents to join her here In the near A few evenings: ago, a number of our bread parties and pastry to the former patrons greatly relieved, while, .t tlieinme, alventhese time )'. ''
and '
orn, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Arm- relief and saved her life." Refuse substitutes future.W. people gathered at the postoffloo and of the business. new strength nrxnu' The following vitality, arm letter tell ,1 I 'i l I \

ting/ jr., a ten pound boy.* .!Sold: by B. R. Wilson & Son. W. Luce, who has been employedby from there went to the home of Capt. P. a very old story i l. "II'
I
L 'well known winter res- our telephone company, left, Sunday, Hansen, where they quietly mounted the Band concert at the Avllah Hall, Monday I'ini KNOT, Kr., Jane 25, 1902. ,t ,I .W'
J. Ballard, a piazza In a body and rapped the door evening of last week. A Urge/ crowd I
the for Fort Pierce, where the company are Tin Dr. 1f1"'In' Mmltcin Co., Dayton, O. 1 '
jnt, Is building a house In Flagler Jensen. having the wire elected and Instruments which the Captain essayed to open,when attended, and the Rhodes. Band gave OKNTI.KMICNI: : I had a severe case of I." \ .

tlitiun north: of town. placed, and will work south from that several of the ladies pushed the door open every satisfaction.Two typbolit fever six. yanrs ago, which Ian '' I
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Jr. and Mrs,-Louis Clark, children and point. In a very short time the line will calling surprise, which was complete,but families from Michigan have rented my kidneys In bad order. I have triad I""
the latest arrivals of Pineapples are ahead of the season this be In order far Jensen. much enjoyed by all. '' ; :
Ids are among working as as the Near cottage for the balance of a number of remedies and taken treat. t ,
winter residents on the East side. year, and shipping will begin early In "' the season. The new tenants took possesttlon meat from doctors, but Dr. Ilsrtar's Iron \ l
May. There will be a splendid and Mr. Chaffe has inn. car on our side
crop, $1OIH) GIVEN .AWAY. Mr. W. W. on Monday. Toiilo has done n>e more good than l' '
C. Beck, jr., the manager, of the buyers will be here early this season. track a 40-light() engine and machinery to I''" 1
Baker of l'lalnvlew Neb. writes U. COKDBI.L: '
: "My alia.
everything
rlda Lyceum Circuit, has announced furnish electric lights for his dwelling, Services on Sunday evening the 8th ", 1' I
wife had trouble for fifteen and Mine -
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. lung over Merchant Operator.
it the balance of the Lyceum course MoVay, balling which will be erected In the near future: Instant, In St. Johns Episcopal[ church. '
been cancelled, much to the dlaapntmont from the far-away State of South Dakota and will also furnish lights, for some of years. We tried a number of doctors, Archdeacon Brown will olllclate, and all There are thousands of just such 1. is
dollars wlth-
and thousand
( of the ticket holders.! with their charming daughter, Miss his neighbors. What Improvement will spent over are I Invited. Seats freo. canes as the above !that are treated tl ,
oat relief. She low and 1 I
Mattie these beautiful any was
are enjoying daysat very
be In results' because
next our burg. without they are ,
bat we are to have an eleotrlo light the AI Fresco, for the season. lost all hope, when a friend suggested Hailing, parties trips to the ocean and trwated. Air. Cordell's t'1 !
lulls almost an assured fact. Stock The writer has been Informed by our trying Foley's Honey and Tar, which I excursions of various kinds keep our wrongly I
be amount of teu thousand dollars Our ever-popular friend, Capt. McLean, Reboot Superintendent that tbe Board of did; and thanks be to this !great remedy, guests well nraused and employed. Eau condition reunited' from an exhaustIng I

been pledged, and many private Is preparing to ship a big crop of pines Public Instruction decided at Its last It saved bar life. She id. stronger: and enjoys Uallte. Is having a jolly winter season. fever; the kidneys, as) well as t\1 : j''
had been
of the
sea are to be wired for the lights. this year. His plantation is In fine shape meeting to extend our school and that at better health than she has ever the rest sytitoin, '
and his fruit always, sought for by the Jensen for one month more, which Is appreciated known In ten years. We shall never be The concert of the Ithodes Band, on wasted by dim-ana. No wonder Dr.

II any large, personallyconducted tour- bU3 elS. There is no better on the river. by our people. The School without Foley's Honey and Tar and ask Monday evening, was a decided success. latter'iron Tonlo promptlvourrd, I'I ,
[parties are arriving, and many are en- Although: held during a rainstorm, Eau because. purified and enriched the 'i t ;
Board Is beginning to feel an Interest In those afflicted to try it. Sold by B. K. I
Our telephone people are busy putting
ling the hotel life at the Royal PoinciL Clallle turned out well In appreciation of blood, and such blood carried new 1"I
Tltusvlllo. '
In 'phones all along the river, aud shortly this end of the county.Foley's Wilson & /bon, druggists, 1
L aud the Breakers. Every day brings good music. strength and vitality directly to !the I Ii.
eavlly laden trains, and while theon we can talk to our friends from Sew ails kidneys) and to all the organs. t i
Point to Fort Pierce. Hurrah for the en- The yawl Princess, with Messrs. Beers
> may be a little late, It bids fair to Honey and Tar la best for croup Viking. and Clemson of FOR' BUT.* BVMYWHBBB. '
|i merry one. terprise of our telephone cpmpany. We and whooping cough contains no opiates, Taunton Mass, on
will all stand by you. and cures quickly. Careful mothers keep board, has been on the Banana River
to be the correct this week and the above t '
Howling parties seem party have -- I
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It in the house. Sold by Wilson & Son. All the pines covered but as -
are yet
,igjual an present. A club of twenty We are glad to see that our sunshineand been bagging ducks and other game. I' !
we have had no cold weather. r '
balmy breezes are bringing the glowof
bily married ladies, and a few young St. Lucie. (
les, have served the bowling, alloy fur good health to the cheeks of our good Eden. Olaf Helseth and Ole, Jr., were pleas- Mrs. Fred K. Colby, Mrs. Sherwood :,
friend B. T. Bell of New York, who Is and Capt. Colby went to Hooklodge and ---
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i hours every Monday, and much In- ant visitors In town the other duy.
the winter here lie is enjoy- Cocoa on Sunday last In the yacht Maoatawa. ,
Ht' lit manifested MS to whom will spending M. Stanley Jones and Will Russell shot i
Mrs. Hayes, of Ft Pierce, was the Mr, Paddlson was also on board. I t
his here exceedingly. ,
ke the ing stay fine buck a few day the river. ,
| highest a ago, up
score. We are making dally shipments of or- !
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Colwell I this week. They returned late on Sunday evening.

he death of A, F. Quimby seems toe Our merchants were never busier than anges, pineapples and beans. Judge Wise, Dr. Fox and Judge ',
Mr. Bryant took charge: of Mr. Stanford's Three lady bachelors from Buffalo N. I ll
loads of goodsare ,
very near to a multitude of people they are to-day. Wagon Mr and Mis. C. A. Robinson ton, of Philadelphia, are now
spent
business while the latter at Y. have taken I'az'I'
MR the East Const at sent up and down the river every was one of the Gilbert cot; the home of Senator M, S. (lua,. 1 4
particularly several days In Miami, first of the week.. r1\
Ht Palm Beach and Miami. His sterl- day. Our good people realize that Jen- St.: Augustine. tages for the winter. We extend a hearty '!

qualities made him a noble man in sen Is the place to find the things you George E. Krebs, wife and child arriv- There are plenty of fine oysters handy, welcome In advance. The ladles will Senator M. H. Quay had a \' ,1',. \j

,''unition and character. His public want, and at right prices, too. ed lust Friday' and are stopping at tbe and they are being' enjoyed by' all who take possession of their new home soon oow to another die a few will days soon ago.take her We place.understand J!:

utd above Alta Vista. are fond of them. Dr. Ciulos C. Booth and
was Mrs. Booth '
reproach. Our townsman, J. T. Stanley, was call f
JI
,'uy' Livingston has fine ed suddenly to New York by a telegram Mis. John Richards returned home last Our school expects to observe Arbor of Youngstown, 0., arrived In Kan Oal- Mr., Fossard and son are stopping at ''I".1 ;

tpefruicgiowa: his i some very the telling, him of a very destructive fire in week after two weeks very pleasantly Day by setting out trees, a fine collection lie on Saturday last The Doctor has secured the home of T. P. Chime. Mr. Fossard tli l' ? ,

H side. The tree on bearing grounds the fruit on Is his magnificent factory there. We have spent on the St. Lucie river.II. of Sunny,South roses and other plants.All the Bennett residence for the win. owns' and operates launch In the surn.I 1'1 .
and will have tourist bust ness on the 8t. Lawrence
ter his launch mer
; not heard the particulars, but sincerely Richards from the St. are Invited to attend. soon new 1
tevea old W.
years ,and has borne abund- came up ready for launching.Mrs. River. lie has travelled extensively at ,t I'' t :
fly I for several years. Mr. and Mrs. hope that It will not prove as disastrousas Lucie In his launch, and took Mrs. F. B. The Riverside Inn Is well patronizednow home and abroad, his last trip lu foreign : !

'mgnton are very proud of their at- he feared. Richards and two children home with being/ full at present. Callers are O. W Hopkins Dr. Sarah Sharpe lands ending, on the Mediterranean Sea, ",,, i

the home, and extend a hearty wel- Among the prominent arrivals at the him for a visit.S. served with delicious afternoon coffee, Miss Hodgson, Mlssi Bessie Hodgson, O. After being through Africa and he declares

ije to all who come. Their garden is Al Fresco hotel for rest of the season, J. Russell went to Tltusvllle, Mon- and loud Is their praise of It. W. Hopkins and J. E. M. Hodgson tookIn that Indian River\ Is tile most beautiful I !,

II 1 worth a visit to the East aide. are Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Dood, from Ohio. and brought two Italians back who the beauties of the Banana hirer sad stream he ever saw and !the fishing ,I Iis
day, If want to see some fine lime trees t
you Merritts Island last. The
They are friends of our good neighbors: on Sunday ho
also the best tried.
wanted for trial at Justice Uardee's ever '
were full of the nicest limes going to waste
,
Ihe Mt. and Mrs. Harris, and thoroughly en- party were on board the sharpie, Lizzie. I
most reliable preparation for kid- court at Jenoen. and pretty grapefruit trees laden to the
f troubles on the market is Foley's joy our delightful section of the State.often. line Is rapidly ground, go to Mr. Daniels' place. Thereare Capt. Jno. Houston has just finished Mysterious Circumstance. 1 a
The going
and telephone ,
up
will long come
Puev Cure. Sold by U. K.Wilson & Son. Mope they stay and will be a great convenience. We thirty-two large grapefruit on one !' boxing In the now motor recently placedIn Ono was pale and fallow and the other

It will on limb an Inch in diameter, and twentytwoon the launch Helen. E. 8. Randall haa'now Whence the difference t, It' "
good
a fresh and f
percentage
hope pay ,
Winter coughs are apt to result In con- another about half as large.: This one of the fastest and IiaudleCt. .. rosy. t l; j jKln"'a
invested.
with health
the She who Is blushing uses Dr. :
Hobe Sound. sumption if neglected They can be soon money fruit was wanted for tbe State Fair, but launches on the East Coast, and has al New IMIls main It. If'' :,
to
broken up by using Foley's Honey and Mis. S. F. Webb entertained the Tea the owner did not like to spoil the trees ready bagged a quantity of duck and the By gently \ ,

Tar. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. Club lam week Wednesday, very pleas- by cutting them. other g.me.Since arousing lazy and head organs off they compel l'
. B. Allen good digestion constipation. r
has ordered four hundred Mrs. A. D. Merwln entertains
Ipetrult trees for his antly. llth. writing a previous Item, Dr. 'fry them, Only 2oo at all druggists. ,.! .1 1 Ns'
time
new next February
Vlward, grove.! Fort Pierce.Town the Kidney complaint kills more people Carlos C. H'lorh launched. his motor- ,

V Wllbern, of Cincinnati, 0., Mrs. Miller entertained the card club than any other disease. Tbli Is due to yacht on Tuesday, from the yard of Oeo. it : 1

i recent arrival' at the home of Mr. last Thursday evening/ and It !goes without the disease being so Insidious that It getsa ('. Houston the builder and designer Darrow's Positive r.' j :

1 Mrs. T. A. Snider.: election Is over, and Dan Canton saying, that everyone had a good !good hold on the system before It Is The usual cereool'nyof christening the 1 {'-. r

arty Allen, of Oak Hill arrived in received a majority of six votes for town time, as It Is impossible for It to be other- recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure will prevent vessel took place, Miss\ Florence A. lllioumatic Cure. J I ,:

"wee sm...' houis" the marshal!, and Messrs. Farmer and Cross wise when Mrs. Mlllerls the hostess. the development of fatal disease if Hodgson breaking a bottle of wine on n \;
thbound on Thursday, elected aldermen. taken In time. Sold by Wilson <&. Son. the bow as !the vessel slid Into her natural \ Ii,
were
train being, six hours late. The Netherby well filled, and all the t I I '
The Amusement committee of the LI- engaged for the season. Mrs. / element. The launch was christened A Prompt and Effectual Remedy for all 1) ;
r. rooms are :
Padarie, father-in-law of Russell wishes to return thanks the Plum, and Dr. Booth Is to be : ,
Association Is to turn forms of
es, aDd brary Curtis compelled guests away Indianola.Wm.
now a Plnehurst congratulated the of
at on being
guest the
'Illful to those of the association, also to dally. We need a large hotel, and will possessor
physician of Rochester N. Y. such a handsome craft. The machinery
outside the association -
ladles and gentlemen probably build one before next season.E. Rheumatism and Gout.Especially '
apt Goode has returned to his "first who so kindly assisted them at the Gotshall has commenced his new and finishing work will be proceededwith ,

1 and is now in the service of Kred late festival. The proceeds liedeThe A. Ireland and J. H. LeTourneaumade home and I It Is rapidly assuming/ shape, at, once, and the vessel placed Into Compounded by B. C. harrow A Sou. *'
a flying trip to St. Augustine, goIng commission as soon as possible. A large .
', whose
arrival Is anticipated about factory and will be wisely under the work of Z. Dixon and nephew.
"ruary fifteenth. Instrumental music by Mrs. Hartstone, up Sunday noon, and after transacting number of the Doctor's) friends were The S. C Darrow & Son Co. -
rendered In her usual pleasing style business Monday, took the 2 o'clock James L. Crawford and wife went backto present at the launching., ''i f ,

he Snapper, C. B. Jefferson'a launch, was numbers were received with train and arrived home at 0 o'clock the tbelr home In Scranton, Pa., last week, kl
Platt's ORLANDO FLA.
ah Dr. U. S. A.
was advertised but to return here In about two !
10 last week's attention. The music rendered by same night. expect Tragedy Averted '
nf close
the ADVOOATB, found a purchaser and Mrs. Bachus, was received with of education has been weeks. For the benefit persons afflicted with u

Uonday uussell Yates. the Mr. usual shouts of Sought, while the notified Our supervisor by the School Board that this Oranges are In their prime, fresh vegetables Must l In the nick of time our little boy Kbeumatlsm In any of Us various forms, 4 ,

If.Anton B. Beauyou of West Palm scenes from the magic: lantern of Mr. school will have another month at the are)plenty and tables well supplied was saved," writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of we confidently oiler the 8. C. Dacrow;
ch with fish and and with the Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia bad Bon Rheumatic Cure as a prompt and ( ,
< agent for Air. Jefferson Nesbitt, and the remarks on the same by' of tbe county. Many,, thanks. game; ;
Joseph '
expense
sod havoc with him and terrible One that be '
what a elllolent remedy. relied
played can
a vlKltor falling source fine warm winter we are having,
1 on Sunday at the home ol Mrs. Nesbltt, were a never Five months does seem more like a school '
set In besides. Doctors treated all times. It relieves the '
and Mrs. C. B.Jefferson. of enjoyment. In fact, all who were for'tunate and with two months which the more could we ask for? cough upon at die't.
year him but he worse day. At pain quickly reduces the '
every tressing
grew very ,
f 'G enough to attend, report a very will make up, our children will There to be no other place near L
seems .
patrons "
trlod Dr. New Discovery the. poison and eliminates .
W/ Purdy bas returned from townspeople are length we King' fever, destroys
evening. educated will shine.
well
III enjoyable be so they here that Is having the boom and pushthat
N. has tot Consumption, and our darling It from the system, preventing
which
accompanied
of their library,
ecti
lliti quite pround Indianola Is, and ha had for the L
ob-
Edith who was valuable collection The residents of this place and visitors was saved. He's now sound and well. Cunning attacks.
and Is a
d!I to (leave school owing to an acute all arrived,Mrs. Ida Castle, a lady of culture from other places have been greatly annoyed past two or three years. But for orange Everybody: ought; to know It's the only Cures gout,lumbago, stiff, swollen and b M

ok' ,t bronchitis of books.refinement, Is the efficient li- during the put year by Indiscriminate i growing all Is In Its favor, being situated sure cure for coughs colds aril all lung tender Joints, crick In the back, stiff is
rs and shooting. Perhaps there Is no dan- on Merritt island, between the Banana diseases." Guaranteed by all druggists. neck, or any other form of Rheumatism. 4

pan Guy led Hardy and Capt. Knight, ao- brarlan. ger In a spent ball, but It Is very startlingto river and Indian River,. It U naturally a Price 500 and *1. Trial bottles free. Price, 60 cent per box;six boxes $2.CM).

Clog! In by the two able guides, have been A Most Fatal Gilt have a rain of them all about one. little warmer than on the main land. Address with 'cent stamp: The S. C. "

> ii?. Everglades for a week. Some visiting lady bicyclists were frightened Two more transfers of property has Darrow .fc Hon Kheumatlo\ Cure Tablet ,
Ihot Dade Land For Sale.
wild turkey on one of Would be the power of foreseeing of' their Couiiy Fla. .i
trails' at Hobe A half out senses one day taken place In our little village. James Co., Orlando,
Sound two weeks ago. events. This would destroy hope. shot oat and the lead came -
when a rang L. Crawford having bought! the remain- B. C. DARROW A BON r
unmake
he would i
avojo blankets from Phoenix, knowledge of the future some raining down all around them. A shot der of tbe Wallace place from Mr. Uil- for sale, cheap, the northeast quarter For ten :years I have been a ennnUnt sufferer to

rona whirl have were*"< to last week, There are, of course If gun Is bad, but a rifle much won., and dreth, which necessitate* the removal of of southeast quarter of section 8, township from the terrible dln....e-rbuunmcl.m. and u I I i,,
; been 'lost two C. B. Jeffer- : things, about the future we do know.ambition, tbe balls have several time come withina his packing house and blacksmith shop. 38! south of range 41 east; close toO bawl trlw"avcry remedy known both In thla Country I
for" for Instance, a lack of energy, of killing the same woman. It the K. Wood's pineapple and In Kurup.without the nliall..peete.I, l
I i011'11'eo route to How Sound, Itself we knowIt foot Mr. Crawford has also purchased plantation on I became dlMuunMcwi and had roes faith In try N V
wily located at New Orleans. and lose of appetite shows seems as If there should be some way of Newel place, which Includes all between St Lncle River; 40 acres. T.r cat any :1 By the advice of t
hose will be followed by serious complaints putting a stop to such recklessness. John MacDonald' and John K. Fields. Also, the northeast quarter of northeast friends r wa inilncml : try a b >*at "Darrow'aAntlKheumatlo t n
who took advantage of ilr. and If[ not checked. Often liver and kidney of section 18 88 Tablet," which I found bolpdDM. ;
Augustus In event The place has many fine tangerine tree quarter township I have taken eta boxes of this valuable' ,
PItOIl'. courteous Invita-n trouble follow quickly. any health.It Mothers cam safely give Foley's Honey on it and a nice large house with many south of range 41 east; on south fork of preparation,anil am prepared to recommend Ift ',

Beach Thursday for a sere Dr.. will\ restore you to and Tar to their children for coughs and pieces of quaint, old furniture In It. The St. Lade River 40 acre. Apply to to everyone lairertnir' from rheumatism liarrow's .,
aboaru the strengthens builds and Invigorates CfUAI Antl-itbeumatln Tablet" oared me and tt '
Mrs I'urdy Peggy Only np 60c. Satl.faotlon colds, for it contains no opiates or other house will be so arranged that it can be ; II. WALTON, will ear*you. to.: JUMP, Orlando, ria.. ''I t
COUSin: C. Mrs. T. A. Solder and run down systems. poisons. Sold by II. ]{. Wilson *; Son. rented to two famllle Tltusvllle, Flo. I'rop.rears Glow Steam laundry
etfenon. guaranteed by all druggists. r


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-- poultry ".It'I'. and nil dimmer Is past

They are all hardy ns geese": CITY. HOTEL KEY WEST FLORIDA'
1 !birds try to
If you are a (lover of ,
raise pliciiHuntH. You will Und If a W. J. PALMER MANAGER:

A Chain great. pleasure I besides being a very 'Bus meets all Summers. Rates, 1., '' I
the pleasureof First-class. ,
than its profitable' Industry. I bud New. Modern. p dl)
is no stronger
"Home. Sweet .
IWIII'IIIl'lItU sing upwards-Commercial5peclal
weakest link A fcrlillier / and
Home." and Olgaetbersole,: play NF
deficient la
"Carmen." I have seen a great many t.i .
WASHINGTON.
POTASH sights oil over the world but none i /

has afforded me the pleasure I get / dyle
from looking at my beautiful pheas \ TIlE BUCKET BUFFET,
I ants the most beautiful birds in theworld k

and which become more beautiful y 2111 Sixth street, WASHINGTON, D. C..
U just as dangerous as a year.-Fred Sudow In Inland C
chain with a cracked link. Poultry every Journal. la one of the most: popular Wine, Liquor and. L I Igar houses In X\ ?..Il\ngl tAU

,I'' YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING of the l best brands In stock, and the prices as low as any house in th.t" tv

When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Southerners meet many 'friends here Note the address: 210 /ftixii;" ,tret

i Tonlo printed because on every the bottle formula showing Is that plainly It is & i 14) JrJc facing the National Hotel and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station

Our money winning bnok..rine.d.d Iron and Quinine In a tasteless Sixth Street WASHINGTON:
hr every man vein own.a slmgly' 'Io'etoji/) JOHN E. BUCKEY, Proprietor, 2KI iC.
Geld .nd a plow, and wan da fo.-m. No cure, No pay. SOcts. __u __ __ -- --
arm to q.t th.mnat out of them.
They ar.Jn, Send pmtidcard.a' Vnmhion'm F..hoe.. NEW YORK
amAN KALI WOUKayet .
N..... aL, Cray squirrel or "petit "1'1.." Is all
N.w Y.rt the go In furs.
Coral I promises to be very much to
Hotel Marlborough
the fore this season.
Sailings .
Tri-Weekly ,
Brazil nut brown Is an extremely .
pretty winter shade. Broadway :)0th 'and 37th Streets!: NEW YORK.

"l'cJt
Free and belt remain one of the smart accessories. ducted on American and European plans, and is managed under the pest]

AcceMed JIMA: Masons. at Charleston ways) supervision of the owner. "
Toques have enlarged their borders FineCalling in theboth e Service E. S. CROWELL, Manager
flattening their height to widen their The p .


Indian jiikw 8L No. 90 brims.The newest In sleeves Is the Inverted The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Hotel Vend Broadway and 41st Street,

River HKSf TUusvHle, gigot; or old leg o' mutton turned upside Direct Service Between om', NEW YORK CITY.

down. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
Lodge. r Florida.TColilN Three-quarter length evening cloaks FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single; and en suite with private baths and toile

Its miintinir* the .....on.1 and tonrthFri. are uuule of soft cloth kilted all over (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.i 9; large rooms *.': and with|

Hotel day of Tluiii each iiumtli tile, at, a 7'K:' thnlr o'clock. room p., in Inillun. Illver tho hood being mode the some way. Southbound.......................SEMI-WEEKLY.. ... ..... .....SAILINGS. ..... .. .from Lewis Wharf, Boston private bath $2.50: per day'nnd upwards. The management Is tinder(hope
J. L. CamiLliBm Woraliliiful' Miuur.. The bell sleeve and the bishop sleeve Bfortbbound.... ....................... .. ...,..........from. foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville .vernal supervision of tho owner. FRANK GRUEN: Manager

T. H. ""...10"., ftunlnr Warden. have effected a compromise, and the -- __ __ ___ ___ __ ____u_ __ _
$. W. Carroll, Junior Wiirilan. latter Is often seen under the former.
J. M. 1 Ulaon I Tr.aeurer.F. St. Johns River Line.
A. Morgan. Secretary, Illgb collars are entirely out of date Clyde
H. .P.IIniwnChaplain. desire to have the throat DeUary Line.) !
J. R. Wnlknr, Htwlor U",umin. but those who ( Launches For Sale !
I'. \V. ltiili"rt.. .Junior Da.tunn. covered know how to accomplish It by BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SAXFOMX

F.F. M A.,Lelay Taylor l ,,Hnnlor Junior HtBwunl.Mteward.M. menus of tulle or soft lace. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Unnuforil.'ohn'.lUver.(UeLaoU& ). and intermediate land-
the Bt.
K:, Kiigllnh: Tyler.RAISING tnic on
.. TO CURE A COLD IN ONK DAT STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE"kt
-- -- Tablets. APPOINTED! TO SAIL A3 FOLLOWS :34 foot Launch B foot beam, landing roof, 14 IIOI-HO )power Buffalo Motor
Bromo Quinine
Laxative
Take ... ......... SuudaysTnesdaysandT3nrdayswave : *
PHEASANTS. i All druggists refund the money If It falls Leave Foot Hanforil Catharine I))::K>a. in Street......Jauknonvnlnt30pm. .... ... .... .... ...... Mondays Wednesdays. and, Friday.Smttltboumt speed 12 miles.
iooure. E. \V. Grove's signature Is on -sdl l la)U LE. Morthb.iiinil.Read Ketd up 30 foot (Launch 0 foot beam, standing roof, 7 horse power Buffalo Motor.

A Lover of DirJ. Who Say: the Dn I.JD each box. 2.:>tots down. ... .... .. ........JArKWNVILLK.: ........... ...............-.Anlve. .I' a.'"
... !. Ptmclnir and Profltabl Leave.. 830 p.m .. .,.... .,. .I..... ..... ...PAI.ATCt. .... ..... ... ............ ,...ia*. II'M' \".m' 20 foot Launch, 6 ft., 2 In. beam, glass; cabin, 6 home power Mianus :Motor.
H.Mp.m. .. .... ... .. .. ..,..., .. ... ... 2.30 p.m
The Industry In the United: 8.oo&om. .. ... ........ .. AHTOIl >
pheasant I wonder why It Is we are not all .. 4.30 a. Ul...... ............ BT. .KHAN 8........ ... .. ..... .. ... .... ..tlO p.... All In Good Running Older.
Btatou bus become very popular of late II .... .... .. ..........REitbSFUltOIELANU.I.!: ( .... ia.UU n'nArrlve8.3
it la
cinder than we are. now easily /) .... ... ....... .... .. HAXHRl. > .. ......... ......... .. .. ... .. ". U.JO: a.m
years on account of Ha grout demandIn done! how Instantaneously .It nets! .. 10.noa.rn a. m .. ... .. ... .. ...... .ENTIiU'Iti.E.: ". ... ..... .. .. .. ... .. IQ.coa.mCen'l
the markets at $4 to fS per pair, low Infallibly it Is remembered!- GEO. R. WALLACE West Palm Beach Fla.
; taxidermists paying as high ns $1:; for Drumrnond. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. ,

the skin and plumage; also being A.C.IIAGEILTYEaet'nPass.!: Agt. ..M.IRONMONGER. !: .Is., Aunt.f on.fun.Agt..
for Constipation Indigestion 19 State St., New York 204 Went Day St.,Jack.Ul.ville, Fia.THOB.
imminently Introduced as one of our Af- D. HALEY Local .......'phtAltent. I C. P. LOVk-I.L. Aoat.Bupt.,
world's laxative
birds In pnrk reserves' nnd npnln Try a bottle of our toot HoKan at ,Jai'k onvlll Fla. | Foot Houun rtt., .Taakfinnvllle, Fla.
trnme ofets, at all druggists. I). H. Wilson & JOHN. L. HUWARU,tlullJOrlnt| ndent Foot Ho"au St., Jacksonville Fla.
lieU very frequently In captivity OR Son agents for Tltusvllle, or mailed tony TI1KO. O. KOKR General Manager. WAI. P OLVItK. <'f>.. General Agents.
HutldinK. ID State St..Opposite Battery Park New York. t* r
A Inwn bonutlller.vTbo \ addrcHR on receipt of Mists In stamps / mbrouKb
IY phuusuut is of most noble and Address' The Afcuf Chemical Co., Jack- C. 11. WALTON. Agent, THusvIlle, Fla.
onvllle..
--- 0
lieuutlful form, attractive head, stout

bill short wing elegant! long lull Homer In llnlr.Plji'nklng .
adorned, with bountiful golden plumme. \ of homes nnd ways of llv- SE.A.BC:: >...A.R.DAIR : w a I I i

iq Tliora Iw no lured more '!Ln'atutl. hl g. :'11'. I.nl-l:l Vlllnrl In "Italian Life I
ful. I linndlo n large hock of iiliciis- 1n Town n JL'omitry" reveals a curl LINE RAILWAY. ; I 1

nuts and rtirrnlly mu'.t': In \pairs hi ( lit* ..till<' of nmatlrsa In Italian cities

the early spring and keep them In th'I' are no slum dlnlrk-ta. The poor. ---FOR-
suaiill parka 10 by 15; feet with wire 'wt of the pour lUll y bu lixlged In thei -
liiclusuru CIIHO Hides nnd top. I uso ,. me (lIIII1C,(' with people, whose, Ineomeuim SAVANNAH COr.UMIH.OAlDES', JSOUTHEUN PINES,RICHMOND,

park becuimo phensnnts' do not require aver VJri.lMK: : ) 1111111111 11y. The poor WASIIlNdTON, BALTIMORE.-1M1ILAUELP11IA, :NEW YORK,

uuy 1)III ink: ; for protcrtlon and 11\re peeked mviiy In the turrets( or In F.legtot TraluDaily .
nhitdu I 11111 lit u lot of evergreens' utmost thu cellars to be stile, und their Hilary . e
'
any brush& in. tit( |>urk. These must be I> rendered nil the moro Seaboard New York Limited. 0_ /
the sight and Scent of such
tilrils. being& of very hardy] voiiBtltu- cutiby
lion, will utaiul almost nil)' kind of mlxh, .\ living. High class Italians have Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.
weather: nnd will not take mriflrrr lit 110 ohjoctloim whatever to dwelling over
, II nay time and will stand any cllmntc.I 11 shop\ or place of business. MODERN PULLMAN El Un>.MENT.

I rlsenaea!!! BO common among chk-kcim, --.. The Seaboard New York J.lmlteflilla vestlbaled train composed exclusively! of

: us rout; etc,, bavo never yet occurred Pullman (equipment: Dining, Compartment, drawing Room, MvepniH and Otmovvntion
l in my flock. In July 1 i change cock Cars, operated solid Hi.:: Augustine and JnckHonville to New York via \VsiHh
Ij.rUs which have not been' used! In the Sick7ad. Ington ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10: : p. in. and Jacksonville at 1:20: p. m. South
with the bound this train In known as the :tjeaboiml: Florida Limited.
1 Incedlnif, pinm' that m-uaon Through Sleepers Jacksonville to :New Orleans.
lions emitting every egg to be fertileIn ON LY LI N E Operating Dally

I'' the heat one laid. t'lu'nsuuits lire
\ and reservations call on Agent
For full information sleeper any
very tame and Intelligent: with theirkeeper
Seaboard write // '
and uhvnys ready to be called.A or /
pheamiut\ hen lays about sixty to A. O. MAcDONKLL: Asst. Gen. 1'uss. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida r p,

atxtl'! -iir'e eggs!! InI "HOIXMOD commencing Feed pale girls on Scott's --- -- --- -- -
in May till Nept+'mber. They make

I their iiouts on tho ground; Their food Emulsion. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.

r should 1)0 principally cut clover,ground We do not need to give all
teed and heavy white onts. They nre United. Stute". Fast Inn Raps Fur-
very poor mothers lit best In conUuolueut. the reasons why Scott's KB-Y WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES, VIA PORT TAMPA AND 1111\MI. FtA,
k They do not deem to have muchiimtrrnal Emulsion restores the strength PruiMUieil Bulling In eltect iw shown below. Sulijeot) to change and p
love for their young. Therefuio III1A II-IEY W EST-IIAVANA I.ISE-Commellctnll.III.ary 1 .i903( LEAVINO MI t81 L
to raise these birds I 1180 common and flesh and color of good SnndatsThursdays... RUMaui Lv. Miami Ar. 7tlrp.II..SnnirduyaTnesdnys:' ,
hutch Thursdaya..10t. :: ) p nt Ar Kjy \>o"t Lv Aimtm:' .... S.Itnninya'rtrasdais. ,
chU-ken' helllt. I'lifiiHiinN health to those who suffer SimdsvsThnr.days.Sundays. .. ., .... .,It-.mipm LvhnvWest Ar1:4.1tam.... ..Satnr.iavsTneedays..
wlllilu twenty-two dnya cxceptliii' ell-\ Mondays. t'Frlilay\ .: .... 7::.Mla ill Ar Huvnnu I.v 4:00 I' in..Fttdaye, Mon.layn,
'r. which hutch In twenty-eight days from sick blood. PORTTAMPA-KEY WE8T-HAVAXA LIXE.-OIlIIlIenclnlt Oct 311, IOOJ.-LeavlnIlI'ORTTAIPA

M Tow the moat Important' point In ruls- Sun ,T......,'rhun.. .......11 :"111' lit Lv Port TaurpaAr'St30pin!" : ... Weil.. rrl.kHnn, .
lug plionsiintt Is to rid tho sitting hen The fact that it i is the best Mon, Weil., .Fri.. .. .. ...... II::*ipm Ar Key Went Lv 10.lo:: p m .. .. ..T..e.. ,TIIII',Rat. c.asas
Mon WB|'.,Fri. ....... ... Ti.lHpin: I... Key WBMB Ar Still p.n.... .....TUBS ,Thur.,sat
of lice and red miles while hatching I preparation of Cod Liver Oil, Tees" ,Thuri.. ,Hat .. .,.... a ash a... Ar Ilurana. Lv WUO: : M. .... ....Tnes.,Thur.,Sat.
for which I use a lice powder which I MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.-CunimaucingFebruary" :U. 1903. .
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--
IK very effective. rich in nutrition, full of healthy Mon., Weil., FrI.,.. .:... ... 8:11II: p nt J... Miami i Ar l:3fl: a m.... ..... ....Weil. Frl., Son seex
The brat three or four weeks, 1 feed .J.II61.Tlln.,8at..... .. .... tf.Mam: Ar Naanuu. Lv 3gpin..Tuea.Thur.Sat.:, o ell' Theytemporarilvcure I)
stimulation is a suggestion as March 30, 11103.Mon. T ,
haled boiled eggs, dry brcudcruiubn Commencing on't ake constipaiij"

und potent Kiime food about one egg to why it does what it does. Trio...,,wed TharSet..0:30am, Fri .... .... :.1:11II: p an I.T Ar >Miami iuwuu L Ar., i'JOOpm:e:30::: a m............ .........Tuee.Irhnr.Sat.Above Weil. :Frl. Sun,. t s. by agitating:: the i

to eight young dully and give them Scott's Emulsion hour based on With Me-lillaii Standard' Time except that shown for Nansan. I Is local or bowels: but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
tree nuitfo. 1 never touch them with presentsCod Nft. ...nil time. For rate. and other Intunuatlon. apply to any Railroad Ticket Agent or toAtlantic secretes enough bile! to make: the Intestines
my hands, always using fork or Pi>oou, Liver Oil at its best, C1IAS L. MYERS.Manager,Jacksonville, execute their natural functions. <-t< I
till tlielrM lawn ------------------- e
ural
II pluce >|> near or -- --- agitationcaucid
-- : by(calhartics compels
t'' clover patch or lettuce enrdcn. tJrepns fullest in strength, least in continual! anti Increasing doses to

w und grass are as much the stuff' for I taste. I attain the results. n
young pheasants us Is bread fur tuna. Coast Line I
R'y. 'fhr I
I use large airy dry goods boxes for Young women in their I'

I taps and place them In shady spots teens are permanently curedof h 1' 1r the
1t1 (>r plant fivsli cut brush about for the .,1115 I'
ilr..t three dnys. I place a yard three the peculiar disease of the The G'I'eatThrough Cur Line from 'lorl.la.-Connectl'ul< : liver; cures form of

'. t t feet iuuro around the coop In order blood which shows itself in Tfl the East! Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Wash1U e and Fever, and everv and 11' rmittlng
for them to get used to their mother' Ingtuu; thence rennnylvanla R. R. Malarial, Bilious, Remitting the
call and not wander off. I'heugauts Fevers and to the Rt"
,. paleness,weakness and nervous- The Louisville A Nashville via Montgomery. by going
when hatched are wry strong and lively To the West The Mobile A Ohio H. 1C Montgomery trouble, works permanent cure. .
I and ready to eat ut once. I feed ness, by regular treatment DO'IT'.e.
pi-lnolpnlly, dry brenderunilm' the flr..t with Scott's Emulsion.It To the East t Via Stoaiimhlp. Via Savannah, and. Ocean S S Co., for New York 'r FIFTY CENTS PER
.
j b day. I claim nothing but lice kills l'blllolpl1hand noston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York)
. and BaltImore. Via Savannah anti Merchants it- II. Ir.1VILSON&SON.
is Washington
l yonnn pheasants. They are "I ai"y to a true blood food ands _
Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore! rhiladelplila.
'
t\ i.ilsi! and stand any kind of cllnulte.I naturally adapted to the cure To Key West sod llivan.i via renlusular Occidental Steamship Company. .w.----.
I 1 raised 73; per cent last year, and most CREAh1
I t of the birds were raised In Augutit.When of the blood sickness from 1\.J:1.1oago. : O71.ol3C.otsi.; t "mt-i\ is
\ live weeks old 1 feed a vniletyof V'ToRIvIMA
{ : i;nil M. I'heiisants are very miiall which so many young women interchangeable mileage tickets, gold over 1IIXX: mile of among the principal i
"
1'iliTS.. Feed tor ten head of fowl Is I I I .- sutler. railroads In the Southern State, are on ale by the principal agents; }**>** S\S*- -ji -Kwy-. jv-,>,. --- 'n r*.' .-. 1.wx-k .B.--o....-\i.

' t.4',.,"..;11 fur thirty IlIl'lIlIlIlIta.r....>.\ I Adilrofm of parties In the north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally sup 1 Fcr: 2Q y-B&Mt .. >5 JJ?tie'.;...... 1 F''V<--..,., w ,,4 ..J -.. /.e-: :: ..<....I.! .- r't .-v5 T'lJto'I(
:;:' < w and feutheriy fast sine: of I 1 .- rr
We will\ be glad in send plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter. ctox z: :> EJT: :: '- ,",'
M\ ,ali. when four weeks old and have I a sample to jny mttcrtr.R vr.p.ra4 "......--4110, r q .1 "4:. f."'U: :
i U- full plumage and lone tnll uhi'iiI'.M Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to Xew York, via Atlantic Coast Line; .
also via Atlantic Coast 1.1 no and Sonthern H. l1wa)'. _
\ which chunin-s sure tint thh plriur In
months oW. eM-r\ "
lh< |In., ..t a label ii on thMpp.r For Information an to rates, sleeping c." reservation, etc., call on or write to
t "i more brilliant anti! bcmiurui! Aluut '>
nf battle elr '
"
..'...- liolnt. Is to give lots of hi 1>""I-b :mumoa you every buy. FRANK C. BOYLSTON. W. D. STARK, Subscribe forth ADVo ATE and get i all the
.
i.i nHMt on and shelter from the north Commercial A gent." Tra. VMS. Agent..
X31 SCOTT it BOWNE. ** Neat BAy SI., Astor nuildmir. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
,1
l' 'uniiot staid rooMiiiiK o.i d.ttup!
TI. )1. KMERSOX Trartlo Manaaer.V.. J. CRAIO,' Oeu'l. Pass. Age-lit.
t>' ,iVheu eight;, to ti-a, we :lsU. Chemists News of the East Coast every week.
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+ t of all Summer Hotels.. It Is renowned for the social standing of Its patrons, dimensions, excellence: > ,
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J.\.CISN\'lLI.K.HOTEL / a park of twenty-one acres of .ba.lcllawo. The scenes and euvhonmonls are enchanting, con ) f,'

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It you send your address we will mall you our souvenir folder, rate card nod testamonlAl book. tldr
JACKSONVILLE'S; FINEST AND FLORIDA'S 1
Tlioy are VERY ATTRACTIVE J nod the rates art meet 10 tconable. Address, ii +S
AND BEST .
LARGEST: ::! YE VlMlOUND: HOTEL.CE ,, j y k, iItCk9illllrLtl > r:


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Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired. und 10-
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The Celebrated hotel Victory Orchestra, appearing twloo dully" nnd nt all'I'

Rates $2.S0: per day and up. The Plaza and Terraced; Walk to Lake evening function; In n repvrtoliu, the rendition of which mmlo them famous : ,

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[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets. Hotel Indian River ROCK LEDGE:, FLA. The Palms WKht: PALM mUCH, FT.A. 1 '/ "I,j:

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JACKSO: VILLE, FLA. "

American plan. Centrally\ located. Just built and open AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TII A largo: homo-Ilko hotel, well appointed ant bountifully" located, giving; the* I '' ;1
TO SPEND THE WINTER. comforts without the coat of the' morn expensive onlI. 'situated on LAK1C! r'I!
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ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water JUST TIlE WORTH, opposite\ the !Koynl I'olnclium Hotel. White wllltreMHtI. Electric .'
THE HOME OF TILE: ORANGE. Rolls, Good l Khhlng'- Hunting and Boating. Raton, $2: Baths\: Elevator,. etc. Five minutes from any_ wharf or depot. All LARGEST ANI BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS :. flay Special rates by the weak T1IK: PALMS:\, West Palm Bench. 1i' :4

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2..>0 per day.Ml' FOR 500 GUESTS. i' 1

A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. BEAUTIFULLREDECORATED IXSIDK.i5 The Leamington VVEHT PALM BEACH, 't:

: NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE 1JATIIS STEAM HEAT. FLORIDA
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W. C. ERNST, Manager '
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On Lake Worth opposite PoHtofllco nnd huslDOs houses' Large verandas : '

[ate! St. 0"'. AUGUSTINE, FLA. J. HAMMOXT & CO.Piopiletors. A. L. &IARHII, Manager. Strictly fl rst; -class. Rates, $2 per day Special! by the week. '- '
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Remodeled under new management. Rooms en mite with private baths all

More sun exposure than auy hotel In St. Augustine. Located on the Plaza. Plaza Hotel. ,
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M. U. MONTGOMERY, Owner and Propr. +
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House, Saiatoga Springs.IIIAONOLIA! INDIAN RIVER :Et.C) ,1:oc1.g0.. X'1rt.t i

SPRINGSagilolia "THE OItNATORANOE-O WVE I THE NEW: MODERATE RATE' HOTEL. a ,!1 ;,

I -- RESORT OF FLORIDA. I I II i4 Accommodate) MX'( Located on I'ulm DeaoU 'f I fj

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, KLi.St. I I k proper, between the Ocean and. Lake Worth.
Springs Hotel I A handsome modern hotel, located on the banks of lie famous Indian J
(::; Johns River.) CI River, in the midst of nn. SO-sere hearing orange grove.; Steam heat In'I Within a minute's walk of the Palm Beach RalU I I I''
.suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by way Station and! Royal Polnclana Gardens.. Rates, J ;,
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Open fireplaces In all rooms. Oranges free to the guests. Llheial management and rates.Accommodations II
Pure spring climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf course. grounds a' baths extra. Booklet and weukly rates on appll-
: water. Dry for 2k1.)( f Ii I
Tennis pools and baths. $4. Fishing Shooting. Two swimming I S. II. PECK, Manager. 1 Opens f ,1 l J
D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. : ,
Special weekly rates. O. ""..n..r 1t..rt-Th. New .Arlington lintel IVI<. kry, Mich., Ia B..n ut the Oreet Lltk..lI. Uta il June tuOutnl>ar. l J "
II. STANLEY STEVENS Owner.
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he Altamonte Hotel UNDEU: NEW AlANAGEMENT. till,
ORANGE COUNTY: FLORIDA Hotel ROCKT.EDOK, KLA.
New Rockledge Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. Excellent- 'III, ,
Open from November until May. Most beautifully located complete and INDIAN RIVER.Situated Table. Courteous 8ervlc Homo Comforts Kateii, tJ.'iO I per day and up- I /
attractive hotel In Interior Florida. Among the pines and orange !groves. wards. Fhst. '-Class Reslauiant' attached' to hotel. 1/
Rates very moderate t Send= for booklet. OEO. E. BATES, Prop. In midst of full bearing", orange grove, overlooking' Indian River A. W, FRIT8CII, Proprietor. "J-JI+ I

immer Resort: "The Grand," Mt. Vernon, N. II. Unexcelled hunting and fishing Casing, Uilllards and Bowling. J.lyery.1 1

t Steam= Heat, and many suites with Private Rath. Two dally concerts by tlrst- '

J NTEnPlUSBROCK class urchestra. Rates, *:.l'00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates until Beach: Club Cafe. 'ti't/;/"

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H. R. SHARKS, Proprietor. t I
ENTERPRISE, FLA. (Inoorpoiated., ) 'y ; .
HOUSE On Lake Monroe. Summer Hotel: New Wei', Lake Wlnnlpesaukee :N II. I r ,

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Tourists going to or returning from the East Coast can break journey here, "" MKItKITT, Men-Ittn Inland. "
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as all Clyde Steamer on the picturesque) St. Johns stop at Enterprise. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. Jj ':, I
families wishing to
First-clase accommodation for either casual visitors or FAMILY WINTER RESORT. :
enjoy the beauties of the locality, and the very best hunting and fishing In THE 'VIG'V Al\i.f Oa Indian Kfver( :Merritt Fla. "'I

Florida. A. D. DENISOS Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults.. Sun Parlor, Balllard, Pool and First-Claas" Chef, Cuisine; And Service tI ",

Pong tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms. free to guest 850 feet of docks. I \"
SEABREEZE. Cabin Ping catboat for cruising. Hunting and fluhlne finest on the Coast. Write, and :x>>rl."V'n.'to: ; X: :>:I.D.I.n.g: : :larJ.ors e A" I
will meet at Cocoa free. Oyster Roasts a specialty. "
our boat you '
Mrs. E. J. BLAIR Proprietor. Order. received for Dinner Paitte of any number at all hours. .J.i.' t .

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SEABREEZE, (Daytona) FLA.PE Hotel MKR1UTT, FLORIDA.On I'1 1
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High Pine Land. Health, .comfort and sport. No better Hunting Hotel Formed Palm Cottage. : '

<'IAL RATES: UNTIL: JANUARY: 15TIL; and Fishing In .Florida. Sulphur Swimming Bath. Fine Yachting.Now The Palm MIAMI, FLA. r : I I
Open. E. L. CKUSIUS: I'roprletor. t

FOR RATES: BOOKLETS, ETC., ADDRESS: -------- ----- .- -, -- .- .- ------- Remodeled and enlarged.'- All modern Improvements large, airy rooms/newly' t. '
JI NRI.Y. furnished, with broad, breezy verandas. Cuisine the very best. Hairs, $::1 and >! ,
CHA9. A. CREIGHTON, Manager. #:2.50 per day. Special per week. O US. A. MULLER I Proprietor. G,t ) '
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'rhe prettiest location\ on Indian River. (.arjle, beautiful grounds. Near Remodeled and Enlarged.. Newly Furnlshnd. Centrally Located., i 1 ; :'
the Ocean Fine Fishing and Hunting.: Term reasonable Letter and E. A. FOR8SELL) : : Proprietor :3' d dICEY \
he reserving rooms will receive prompt attention.
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SEABREEZE, FLA. JOHN S.: PARK, Owner and Proprietor :: '

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IDenr Best :Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the season. Opened November 10th. ..
Address the Cla/en- On the west shore of Tampa Bay. The most healthful winter resort city\ In the '., .' ''I
'rendon Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. State. On high: ground, pure water, perfect drainage; spacious piazzas, room JAS. P. VINING: Manager. '
"ton Inn E. L. POTTER, Prop.C. large and newly furnished papered and painted. Rates, 91 per day; $* 00)to 'l .UO I ( '
Seabreeze, Florida. per week. W. II. TIPPETTS, Proprietor Stopover allowed on all Havana ticket via 1'. .ft: O. H. S..Co.:
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i'' /loib; SENATOR QUAY'S STAND. BREVARD SIONERS.COUNTY COMMIS- Robbins & Graham Go. RAILROAD WATCHES.


Writing the ADVOCATB from Boston, (Incorporated.)

d JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS:! one of our correspondents says that Sep- The Board was called to order on the PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.
r ator M, S. Quay Is a persistent fighter in 2nd, Instant, by order of tbe Chairman .
41 West Buy Street, the Senate and he has kept up a plucky Present: J. R. Walker, 1st District; J. This company own

JACKSONVILLE::! FLORIDA. contest on the statehood bill in that R. Allot, 2nd District; R. A. Conkllng, We have. full _line at...
body. The Senator Is aggressive to the 3rd District; J. C. Jones 4th District L ... .. min ::' D S.,
l Largest stock I In this section of country. point of defiance In It, but the prospect and J. F. Bell 5th District; A. A. Stewart On the St. Rock Bottom Prices. ,
Established In 18
Send for descriptive catalogue. I are few In which the attempt to Minutes of the last regular meeting Lucie River; at New River and on Bay application.A .
failed In the Prices quoted on
talk a meiisura to death has were read and approved.

i I upper branch of Congress, and the instrumentalities I Reports of Fish and Game Warden and Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. ... full stock of all kinds of Jewelry, Alarm Clocks, al
.J THE ANHEUSER BUSCH that favor the defeat of-/ Supt. of Convicts were teoelved and filed. Send for Land List.

,,, this one In that way are unusually pow I On motion, all persons having bills Watch Chains Table Silverware, Etc., Etc.
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erful. In the first!: place there Is the against rue county are required to hand Offices at Titnsvllle and Miami, FJa.

1 Brewing Asso's union of nearly all the more potent directing them in to the Clerk at least three days G. L. MANDA VILLE,
forces of the (Senate against Senator
before the meeting of tbe Board.On .

Famous St.' LouIs Keg and Boo public Quay measures; In the like next the there trusts are the several tariff City Point motion and, the Sharpes: petition of granted citizens, and of East Coast Meat Market Jeweler and Optician, A TltusvJlle, Fla. 0E

tied Been and reciprocity treaties that the controlling the list -
Kossla Lee la placed on pauper
F.' A. Louie and power in the Senate would like to at |S per month.On G. F. DUREN, Agent. -L o d6useO.
Bold! bjr Messrs. ; ::se : :
V l see Indirectly defeated, as they might be motion the Notary Public's\ bondof a= ::=g .
II. L. Motlow, Tltunvllla.ria. in this way; and finally the shortness Orlando A. Quarterman U approved.On m orvA ::>> .- DEALERS IN- '
By Mr. R.I... Motlow Coooa,Fla. of the season which Is to expire in abouta motion the Justice of the Peace s.:.>.-> '

month by limitation is all on the aide bond of C. II Nauman Is approved. ; s p.pq :>>. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

1 JOSEPH ZAPF of the talkers-to-doath people.It Deed from John Henry for lot for new c:::>> ,
will therefore, not be long ere Senator clerk's office was received and recorded. s:>> We handle PRODUCE of all kinds We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER!.
= the above line of goods and solicit the trade of .all
fishIng
Quay makes a bee-line for the is stricken We deal exclusively coat
On motion John
Herring
L Sole Agent. grounds. of Indian River from the list. s-:>> ers. Write UII for prices on Grain and Groceries, delivered at your station.

',. pauper E. L. BRADY & SRO TITUSVILLE, FLA.
.d Warrant No. 7880 for $5, dated Jan. 0,
610 to 020 West Day Street, THE ESCAPE OF CONVICTS. 1003, to John Herring was returned by : I m

'said Herring and cancelled on stub of _. ors
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JACKSONVILLE, warrant book by order of County Com = c:-' W. CABBOLL:
As announced In our last Issue three .
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OTLO'VV. out of the 'live convicts who escaped from Treasurer' report was received cr.a- .yb -Dealer In-
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TITUSVILLE
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1 and checked up. Tbe paid warrants turn ,
1I eight miles south of Tltusvllle, were ed over by him with his report were de- GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
captured up to Friday morning; but as stroyed by Messrs. Bell and Conkllng. ,

..7K\ another one was said to have been seen The Treasurer had the usual certificate o l' / Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited.

underneath the railway station platformat of deposit (from the Brevard County a TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

Tltusvllle, on Thursday a strict watch State Bank). ,pis 1,10 ,
was kept around town. Mr. Monroe put All bids for road work on public road -- --- -

the bloodhounds on his trail, and about from LaGrange church to the end of shell INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
1 o'clock on Friday/ afternoon he was discovered road at dims were rejected (excessive).

under the residence of Mrs. A. Bid of Lenard Grit lsrjr.) for work on TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .
and be made ,
Brady on Main street, the
public road through Dummltt grove
another break for liberty, but was soon south for $104, was accepted. prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity--Sacked or loose. Special attend

+ I captured. This one was Will Gross saidto Reports of Justices of the Peace C. F. paid sacking. for Yachts or for family use1. Fair dealing Is my motto.

be one of the worst of the gang of escaped Conkling II. G. Bronson and W. R.Roesch T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
negroes, and made four capturedout were received.

of the five that escaped. Report of Tax Collector of polls collected -

during: the month of January and TXT'U'S'VXx..LE JL.JL'V":JL&JJtt/XT: : STABLE

MARRIAGE OF COL. DAVIS. amounting to $21 for the year tOOl and

$122 for the year IWi was received. ;, !i ; Ij, "
Tax Collector's report of licenses collected !- FEED AND SALE SADDLE nORSE,
\ Robert Davis of Palatka and
lion. W. during the month of January and r-z a
Fine: Liquors Wines Beers of
Miss: Nellie L. Keating Washington
amounting: to $73.00() !State: and $6 Ales Stout Etc. D. C. were married at 10W:: Wednesday County was received. If Your House Goes up Smoke

morulug: by Rev. Mr. Smith at the par Bonds of R. M. Singleton and W. W. yin I
r B2T-Send me your orders! BAGGAGE! SUEEETS,
and few relatives and Intimate
sonage: only a and r loode
ir Kent to carry pistols were apJ roved. you
' TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. friends of the two families were ; It is fault "
y Bonds of Frank Keith, R. C. Burns S. your own TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS
Colonel Davis. Florida's able
1 present. D. Jones, Soren A. Soiensen, II. F. Bell r
FJ.ro InlsurAno4 .
' ::1!: Hodgson Bros. the Representative fairest of Washington's wins for his bride daughters.The one of. rifles T. G. were Kills approved.and W. D. Kyzer to carry sufficient to cover the value of the prop- IIA ULING, ETC. ..all kinds..

District records show the ages of erty and household effects should be car
the contracting: parties to be fifty-eight: Petition of W. II. Robinson, et. all ried. Rates are not high. companies J. M. OSBAN & BRO
EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. citizens of the 6th district requesting reliable and lib of Grand View hotel.FLORID
aqd twenty-eight.: The couple will spenda condemnation of land for road we represent are solvent TITUSVILLEBack
Marine few days In New York, returning Saturday received and filed. purposes eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.Don't .
Railway. was
neglect to take out a policy.
to Washington. Petition of W. U. Gilmore et 'al., citizens ,
General! Merchants and Ship: Chandlers. The ADVOCATE Joins In hearty congratulations of Waveland was referred to Com SCHUYLER & :3RANNING,

I ..Special Fa llllies.. to the bride and groom.. missioner BelL } TITUSVILLE r FLORIDA. Seeds For Summer Crops

Road committee's report laying out a Correspondence Invited.
tfot Out .
Hauling and
Storing Repairing TO STOP THE CANAL. road In the 3rd district;from A. A. Stew.

I Yachts and Launches. art's place west across marsh to old pub- Jas. B. Maoneal,Pres. J... E.Tate, V. Pros
lie road was received. Without protestthe .. Millets Sorghums Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte, Oil
Mention the ADVOOATB when writing: United States District Attorney J. N. same will be declared a public roadat .,.. a Beggarweed clean.
Stripling of Jacksonville, bas receivedIn.tructlonlfrom March meeting. 1 .
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Attorney-General Knoxto Letter of L. C. Moore enclosing: bill r CC>"'UIT :E-E.A..S: :
The and
Interest- /
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peculiar
Institute injunction proceedings, at
VISIT for lawyers fees paid out obtaining injunction
Ing sight/ in America .. once ngalnst'George W. Hopkins to restrain etc. agalns' the Melbourne' and l i. Whtpp, Clays, Wonderful Black Unknown, Ladyflngers.
him from draining Lake Washington : Clean Bright :Stock: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Pea, 83o per qt., Postpaid; 118
Malabar road received. The Hoard
r' THE FLORIDA at the bead of the St. Johns River was -TSrSSMl peck; $.. :23 bushel.
canal and tbe auditor falling: to BOO the justice Poultry Supplies :Stock: Food, Insecticides Garden Too.n. Fertilizers.L. .
into Indian River, by a through f.l.il
of the bill the Is laid
on motion same on \
It Ostrich Farm Co. Elbow creek, at Eau Gallle. the table. 1UUU1'1N(1.( ( CAMERON. The Seed Store.
On Tuesday, Judge J. W. Locke ,granted
On motion, tile chairman Is Instructed : FLATabex's
the 'emporary Injunction sued for by t \ 1 114: East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE
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to call for bids for the proposed new
} District Attorney J, N, !Stripling: ,restraining clerk's office. T--

JACKSONVILLE. George W. Hopkins from continuing: Clerk's report of tax certificates ra .31 ;

the work of digging; a canal for the par deemed or purchased during the monthof ",. Trees

pose of draining Lake Washington January was received and fllud. f-J1IVf1 t 1

On motion It wa resolved ,that the -
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Tourists' Attention. chairman be, and be Is hereby authorized nl"S Have an enviable reputation for being; well grown, thrifty and true to pam

to submit to arbitration, matters of rights very Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satlsfl

do While not fall vUltlng to buy Florida a bottle, we of ask Comfort, of way for public roads, where the same i The all kind bent. +cboilers.iimoiiefttarks sod.niimt. durAble, hrlrl for e....roofsor Iron. customers the United States Government, for whom we are growing spec

the wonderful bladder and iheumatlsm would otherwise have to be condemned. work eto. Anyone van apply !Ic One coat suf hybrids on contract both In nursery: and orchard. Our twenty years exteniM)'
kidney, On motion, the B. F. fluky estate Is i ficient. heal,-u.lxed"' fur ime. Fire ant waterproof. Orchard and Nursery experience Is at your service. Fruit trees, Shade trees rand
For sale by all drug (leaks.
remedy. ; allowed to redeem tax certificate No. ft!U. 8eJIB' ; Used all over thin State for Ornamentals.
limit fifteen years. Bend for circular Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.
gists. B. R. Wilson $ Son agents at l'riceto
i sales 07 by paying the taxes assessed. barrels. ,BO cents per gallon ; half barrel, in ate
JP Tltusvllle. On motion, the accountant's salary ten and l nr...Rallon pkirs.,BH carts. Send orders.; GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, O. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR,

,I Increased from $Ib to $30 per month.On to Florida llar.dwareCo..Jacksonville; Knight Glen Saint Mary, Plod
*/ Wall Co TampaKennerly; Hi-rdwaro Co.: ,
CHURCH NOTICES.The motion, Attorney Frost: Is instruct I'alatka; Mclver & Mackav, Ocala, (leo. H. Fer-
/ ed to began condemnation proceedings nald, Sanford; 8. 1".Tr..vl.11' Co., Cocoa Fla.
against II. D. Runner Mrs. L. LeTourn -
Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday F. E. Richards, Estate of Tbos. E. YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE

i,' school will meet at 3:00: every Sunday Richards, L. O. Moore, Jesse Youngs: A. Willie Brown bal road work .. ....... .. 1607
afternoon. W. White and M. C. Eason. Special Road I'md-Dlet.Mo. 2.
I There will be at the Methodist The following bills were examined A 8 Dixon road work.. ............ .... 4T 2S
preaching NMFlsh, .... .. ......... iw i8 I have a complete line of Goods
audited and
church Coooa, next Sunday: morningand and approved and warrants ordered Fine and Forfeiture Fund. Optical ,

evening by the pastor Rev. W. F. I drawn for the same: H 0 Bmn..on.. Crim Pros J I* Ct. ......... 208 do all kinds of Fitting of Eye Glasses

Shoemaker.Rev. t'ltmRrall'und. JM Sanders. .". ". ... .......... 2 10 and
J R Walker Co Com and mileage 4 00 II R Wilson, I I .. .... 19 BO Spectacles.1
I .' !Ir. Bogart will preach tn the Tl J. It. Mint 8 40 J I'Urown, '.. .. a ...... ... CTM Your Eyes !: Guaranteed.G. .
tusvllle church Sun. R A .. >> I. u CO" 111 41
Presbyterian every Conkllng 14 fto '' ""
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day evening at 7:1: :1 o'clock. Also In the John O. Jones, 'Jil 00 A A Stewart, ....I' .... t 28 L. MAXDAVILLE, Jeweler and Optician.
j r Hull n to D L Oatilden. oonv fees ......... 500
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Rockledge chapel every Sunday at 11 a.m. J V Brown J illor. ..... .. ... .... ......... SO ffl. Feeding Prisoner Fund. TITU8VILLE, FLA.
". Nearly 8nn xlKantla hinds Rtanillnn t to 10 feet Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ hold DIvine .". .". janitor...... .. .............. BOO J P Brown feeding |>rl toner....... ....... TO 40 --
: : luau, weighing 'tan to 41)0) pound* eaoh.+ OntrluliniMti waiting on Co Cor.. too
eggs, oiitrluhe Uttlnn and baby ostrlchei service with Holy Communion on .. conveying prli. to oonv camp. :torn' On motion the Hoard adjourned to
\ June batulied. Sunday next at 11 a. m., In St.: Gabriels John CJune., copying minutes........... 6 Ufl meet at 8:30: a. m., first. Monday In March FRUIT and VEGETABLE GROWERS
"I( t Ont all about the bird, tbelr nenU, hablu. church Tltusvllle. Also at 7 p. m. in liuwler.rermllR. ... .... ............. 10 ('N!
I, plunt.gosta. St. Johns church, Eau Gallle. C M Cunkllnic ferryman .... .. .. ......... 10 00
J Klectrlo. Light| Co.. ... .................... 10 BOA BllEVARD COUNTY Ship us Fruit and oed
1>...nne8&lar. )' county Judge .. ..... 2B e0W TREASUIIKU'8 your Vegetables. Highest Price. Paid. Quotations
DO YOU WANT BOO HUSTLING REAL 8 Norwood l. He" Oaloer' and exp....... 19 00 STATEMENT. weekly Our Stencil free to all who write for It. I
DID YOU SEE estate agents endeavoring to dispose of I> L (laulilen Salary Pros Atty ... .,..... 3J 33
llrevard Co Ht Hank, lot on war .... ..... 4J /MMnKLyman February lit, 1OO3. We handle Fresh Fish and Game the doaloi
any property you may have for sale or pauper.......,........ Balance cash ou h.nd.Jan. lAt.1903 ..$ 3XI 03 on Commission. are largest
exchange ? If so, send full particularsof t! ol>eubaiu, .. ................ 10001 Amount received In nan 1903 ..... .... 1.87028 in the South.
1 J Lewis, .< ................ BOOM
have
J White Eagle ? Hanoverton what ;you O. to L. R. Benjamin, Pntrh. ................ BOO Total............ ... ... ... ...a BJI31 30 SOUTH GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. VALDOSTA, GA
C MoNellls .. ................ g on Less warrants paid in Jan. ions.sad ,
;J W Long ............ .... goo delivered. to County Commissioners : =-
A Hore. ................ H ooH and School Hoard. < ... .............. 2,41861)),
: MARDI GRAS EXCURSIONS. Hairln ....... ........ SCO
Ills line for all diseases have no equal. HaHTaliiia.lue <. ................ 6 OO Balance on hand Feb. 1.1.11)03......$ 2,933 61 i E. C. JOHNSON
Win Anderson ." .. .............. s onMrs. .
\ If you are not satisfied after using, yonr The Seaboard announce a rate of one J. O. Johnson '\ ..... ....... .... BooHamantha AHOVB BALAHOB IS HELD AS FOLLOWS
fare for the round Orlrns. ........."..". BOO Deposited In Brevard County State
I money Is r atly. trip to Pensacola. Mo !MrsKPTesoott .. .. .."....... B noHenry Hank as per Cashier's certificate,attached .
:" bile and :New Orleans. Dates of sale, Bowman .. ". .. BOO to monthly jrejiort....... ...,12,93261:
v For free Feb. 17th to 23rd: Inclusive extension Roula Lee. ", .". .....;....... BOO BALANCES BCLOMOmn TO KAOII ..ultn.\. FOLLOWS Groceries and Fresh Meatsof
Information call at his camp or final llmltcan be obtained to March 14th. A A Stewart. report red certlf to Comptr ISO t ,

( ,1 I). R. Wilson A !Son's: drug store. Stop-overs permitted. The Seaboard offers John" Henry> purchase making. annual lot,clerk's statement.ofllue\ .. 45 oo OOaeo COunt'Renone-Oenorall'und." Rowland Bridge rund.. ................. 829 m

the only through Pullman Sleeping hCftn Hymmes. supplies: clerk's ottlne 4 BO::: :: HiilMing Fund ... 903 all kinds.
car service from Jacksonville to New books etc, treasurer's oaks: 8 DA Pine and Forfeiture Fund..1.1.1::::;:! 1411
J It Walker Co.clothing for .. .... "
1 on
prls Fee.IingPrleonersFund .. .. '
Orleans via Pensooola and Mobile. For: K: lH.: ""',......Co, indue for)jail. .... .. i la Spec Road Fund New Dist.No. 1.... .... II\H 11:1: 311 11t Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
sleeper reservations and other information J Hrltchard *. S..n.indue (III and jail..... 0 8B .. .. u .. .. .. 9... ....
Virginia HomesYou write to A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. 8J Nort-.n wood for jail .. ... .......... BOO 4. .. .. .a N 3........ 931118 19 tie Mall Orders Receive
John McCrory. b.lllff Ct ('Is......... ...... I 00 .. .. e 4........ 1,7M Prompt Attention.
A., Jacksonville Fla. J V li..wn..ltlngonCe Ct............. too .. a u .. a .. 5........ 1M; 27 0U aoaom
I J IIIc"'b..e.rl't.lt8hl.\ Ct ....... .... 1110 County Game Warden Fund... KM OO w a FLA.
learn all about II B )Robinson. tak testimony murder cam 1B4 37 Property of Doceaned l'erwe Fund....
+ Its Virginia Lands trr We cannot guarantee to publish L K Myers,drawing jury Co Ct... ........ 206Os. County: hool-Oenerahfund. 10 I wi iBpeoial
resources products mole of cul items that do not reach this office before ",,. Warden Fund.' Tax 8choolltlAc. ;No.l............ J ni IF YOU
tivation!. prices. etc., by reading the noon on Thursdays.Draylnj. T A Robinson. game warden .. ... .. 49 00 .... *... .o. .. .S. o........ .. ...X Vi WANT A...
l .lrllnll'armer.. Send lOots. Road Fund-Dlst.No.1. u 8........ ...._ 1011113

5 for 3 month. subscription to the J A Taylor,road work,..................... 14S Total... ,\.
Farmer Co., EmporhVa.. ; It!: C Lumber" Co, lumber for bridgm. .... U \10 2,0:12: 61JOHN
I HKKBT County Treasurer.TITUSVILLE'S .

Lniul For Sale. ly Draylog attended: or to.hauling Meets of all t.ill trains.I Inds prompt Stove A ".ber. rook .District.District.... ... .No.No.. ...2 8............. f 29 TRAINS.The ...Building: Lot,


wood supplied R A (' ......* and exp....... 4 90
i 17>; acres Ilret-clasa pineapple land, ALFRED ,ilAnt.r.T TItusville. J U fries,surveying. roads. ............ .... B no following are the times of arrival or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

desirable front District No. 4. and departure passenger trains to and LAND FOR
on St. Lucie AN
I river at a Winter Home for Sale.A Uriah Lee, road work ...... .. ...,...... (too from Tltusvllle: ORANGE GROVE,
bargain. For: reasonable terms write M Jones jr...... convicts ............ .... 11II11II PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDl
'V.V.. Lroic, OCTHBOPHD. or

t Tibbals, Fla. nice little winter home for sate; 11 paid road District men eto No....B.PPCobh :. .......... 38119 Leave Tltncvllle for' Miami and 12:1:0.1am::.7 ra.iw We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
acres, small 8-rooin cottage 2tO) orange, A A 1>."..,, bal road work .. ... Its Intermediate point at } 4. p
X' :lr' Filter tubes and grapefruit trees, l.V bearing; fl.CHH) J Wilkinson ......., work .... ..11.1.1...... non B.-OO: pro Settlers are flocking In but still there la room. If foil
are now for sale at pineapples, under good, shed O W Culwell bal road work.....!.!...... II 68 MOBTHBOimD. pm3nn
this oflloo, price 25cts: ; postage extra er Japan cypress ; J Nelson. road work. .............. flan a looking this way; drop a line to
persimmons mangoea guavas J A Rumania. hal roa.lwork. ............. 37 M! Leave Tlti .v11le for Jacksonville 1 2:14: ra
and other fruit. Good water protection. : J O Fries, surveyliiK roads............ .... iff oo and Intermediate point at f 3:37: p ra JAS. E. INGRAHAM Vice-Preeide6R
: Reading notice ads. on this page Andress, Box 6, H Nelson. road work... .......". .... lit 71 JJ 8:43: p m
are Uvo cents line CW Walker, .' ... .......... ... pro
per per week. .. .. ? .21110 T1tnvtlle. for Sanford ILORIDA! EAST COAST R'Y
Georgiana Fla. 1os: ,
*lyJ < Bunsen, .. .. ... ........ 11 e. Arrive Titiuvllla from Bauford 1.13p.ra: .au F1k
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