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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 20, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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L. :>. NO. o. TITUSVILLE. FLonIDA. FRIDAY.'I EDRUAU.Y QQ, 1003. PRIOE.lSo. .

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LOCAL NEWS Judge A. D. Penney returned home SAM PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing -Mr. E. Vesev Hall, of Georgtana, STREET FAIR AND MERCH AMONG THE HOTELS. "I
( on Monday from a visit to his wife at builds\ all kinds of fine boats. Read his ,
Fort Pierce. -'l'wo good, second-hand bicycles for. ANT'S CARNIVAL. -
|t Topics of General Interest sale. Apply this office. ad. on 8th page.B3JT --- The ADVOCATR Is on file every week I

SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, MANager We cannot guarantee to publisl at the American Club, Havana.
Remember there Is of, fine At Tltnsvllto, March 9ml aD.l 3rd.
pair
of Cutler a
estate. If you want to' items that do not reach this office before I "
ADVOCATE Tho ADVOOATB Is now on file at all .
THE horses advertised for sale in the these .
h buy choice bits of real estate. There' will be a Grand Free Street Fllir I
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noon on Thursdays.Tho
annum, la ad ranee. columns. the best hotels In New York city. j t
1.50 per .. and Merchant Carnival at Tltusvllle on
MOO six months, -Mr.. II. J. Smith, Miss Elsie Srn'lth, FUHNISUED COTTAGE FOR RENT '- Sembler Cottage, Tltusville, has Monday and Tuesday, Mnrch 2nd and Where to stop In Tltusville See.Tltusville (

WOO: per an. to foreign countries. Miss E. A. Lyman, and Messrs. George in Titiisvllle, six rooms. Apply P. O., received a new ipgister'\ which la neat 3rd. There will be Fun, Frolic and al hotel ad on our 7th page. |t, '
subscribe for the ADVO Baiighman and Leslie Bennett of Kock
and a great convenience. -
hen you kinds of free all.
amusement to
not cost ledge to Tltusvllle Box 33, Tltusvllle, Fla.Valentloe's Where to along the East Coast. \
the year, It does you ; came up in a launch, stop
by tbe attinotion will be Dana
g included. on TRUNKS 1 TRUNKS! t We can please Among See list of hotels 4 0 and 7. T .
week, postage Monday; stayed over night at the Indian Day in Titusvllle passed on pages ,
8 cents per Come and sea them John K. Thompson, the world's high dv! r, who
ote date of expiration printed upor River. hotel, and returned home on off rather quietly. Many received both Walker you. & Co., Tltusville.Dr. will turn a somermiult from a tower {00ft. Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to ;t'',I ,.

or wrapper every week. rhlsreceipt Tuesday.The pretty and ugly valentines. high Ino a tank of water 4Ct. deep. stop at those hotels whose ads. arQ on >

r paper for your money. No need house-boat, Hose Marie with FOR GOOD, FRESH GROCERIES AND 1>. J. DIDol nnd Mr. Henry L. ., The GranIMI, send receipt for subscription, Mr. and Mrs. Norton Mr. Roeder and Sanguinett I, of Now York were pleasant The Old Plantation\ Theatre. .j
UB, to Vegetables, at the lowest prices, ,try Mr. K. L. Cruslus, manager of Hotel t< '.
date gives I It to you. J. if. Lailin on board, stopped here for W. E. Goldsmith( Titusville.\ callers at this office last Friday. Lunette, the Mysterious Flying Lady. Rlvervlew, Merrltt, was among the pleas- j.', \

Is supplies, Wednexday, and then loft for -Mr. H. S. Sams one of Courtenay's Free Band Concert dally. ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE or nnt callers at this office on Monday. He |, '1'I'
-The Countess da Castellane made
liB[ following news-stands, at five the Haulover canal. All the above party well-known orange growers, was a recent Sampson, tho laigoittSvfrlnan Boa Constrictor repoita' business as being good at his \ J I
at tho are from New York, and will stay some a lengthened stay at Hotel Koyal Palm, pleanant caller at this oflloe.Mr. in the world; 27ft. long and hotel. '
I per copy : time longer.Mr Miami, before returning to Palm Beach. all ve. 1 fc fr'
tiwrUle-B' R. Wilson"& Son. Howard McGuIro arrived Friday Comparison of temperatures at Hotel
on The Little World an Inteiestlng Meclinnienl -
ioksonville-Duval hotel. W. F. Greaves, geneial southern -Mr. Julius Kline and lIttle daughter, last, on a visit to his ulsters Mosduraes Exhibition., Ormom!, Ormoud, for the week ending t' *

.. News stand,Union depot freight agent of the O. C. 0. & St. L.Ry. Leone, Ipft here, Tuesday for New York J. I". Wilsou and R. R. Pyles.Mrs. The Hall of Mvsterles.! Feb. ISth, of the years 1003 and HK1.I: ,J
Mr. Kline has bid stock of
Co., who has been on a trip down gone to buy The Electric- Theatre HIO'J/ : : 81\. m., 48 ; 18 m ((17 { 8 p. m., t
Reading notice ads. are ten cents the East Coast with the president of the summer goods. It. W. Rhodes and llttht son, OHOO, and his Den of Reptiles; makes !ftoo j mean 0(1(\0 mat: I 8 a. rn., 640 ; "

lino on tills pajte.TTER road and his family, left for his home at -Miss Matilda Evans, formerly ofOwego and her mother Mis. H. O. Uregson, left his home with them, mid eats them l.1m.,7O: () ; 8 p. m..1I2o<) ; mean 03" ;
last for their future
Birmingham Ala., on 'I'll Allday. They /: Tloga/: county, N. Y., died at the Tltnsvllle Friday all ve. Minimum tnmperature Feb. 14. 100.1: '

\ DRESS GOODS Walker AT COSTa & Co were delighted with Palm Beach. residence of her' niece, Mm. II. E. Sewall hume, In Miami The Esquimaux V lage. Ormond (H ; Los Angeles, 3a Bismarck 'r > ,

next ten days. J. R. Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, of of Sewall's Point, Fla., Feb. 13th;) 1003{ DO YOU NEED AN ALL WIRE FULL The Glass Palnoa, eto.Tltusvllle :,1(10( below eero.As .

Pineapple offer to men with small this place, are still at Miami, where they aged 01 years. .I70 bed spring/: We have them. Special March :2nd And :Urd. Washington's; birthday falls on Sun
tal. Look lib a'>ply for W. W. Luce's pi,'ICH, $:J Oj; regular' $.1 SO kind. J.
are making many friends and enjoying -Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Nagle and Miss( day, Mr. Fred Sterry Informs the AnvoOATK -
on page 8. themselves Immensely. There are BO Regenla Nagle, who have been spending R. Walker\; Co., Tltusville.Mrs. COMPULSORY : that tho ball at Hotel Royal Polnclana ii. .
ATTENDANCE.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller, of Leb- many old residents of Tltusville In Miami some time here, the guests of 'apt. and E. R. DIcken of Lakeland Fla., ___ I Palm Boaoh will be hold on Monday .
ri ., are still sojourning at the In- that these young ladies feel quite at :Mrs. Peter Nelson of South Tltusville, Is expected In Tltusville this week on an i night next, February a.'trd.: This

n,River hotel at this place., home In the county town of Dade.A left for their home In Hoboken, N. J., extended visit to her daughters, Mos- The Grand Jury In Brevard county not will be one of the grandest balls this season I

Is afloat that the Earl of on Sunday.The dames R. R. Pyles and J. P. Wilson.Mr. only commends Supeilntendent Mima' and everything Is being done by Mr. .
TOU WANT TO BUY A HOME, A rumor ',01 proved system of keeping accounts, Sterry to rnako It as successful as on I j.H
rove, Pineapple Plantation or Vegetable Yarmouth, eldest son of the Marquis of Earl of Radnor Lady Radner, W, A. Dade, representing tbe ftut 'recommends to our State Legislature previous occasions. By referring to our

Farm see K.A. Waddell, Miami.Commodore .* Hertford, of England will\ soon marry the Countess of Latham and Major Wgf. commission house of Manoa 1[. Clark, the passage of a law requiring compulsory 4th. page, you can read something of Interest
Miss Alice Thaw, of Washington, D. C. field of the English army, have been of New York, was registered at the Sem attendance of pupils our public In connection with George Washington
F. 0. Hewitt one of our The ADVOCATE has been Informed that enjoying a rest at the Royal Palm, MIuml bier Cottage, Tltusville on Wednesday. schools. We believe It would bo to and bI.'Engll.1t ancestors.
lied Now York subscribers, has been the Earl and Miss Th-.w have been on a this week. Major Wlgfleld; fought [ i?
ylDIt a rest at the Royal Palm Ml-, visit to Mr. and Mrs. Carnegie on Cum In the Boer war, and gained distinction FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDS the general and advancement of to our tho school Hotel, Royal Palm Miami, under the
I, this week. berland Island and they visit Palm for sale. Improved and unimproved tystem prove a blessing comng able and popular management of Mr. H.
may -The Duke and Duchess of Manchester \ lands. Prices to suit nit parties. Call generation, and the well being of our Merrill of Hotel New v
and Miami before the Is W. Itoyalton
Beach season ,
Mr. It. B. Mace, and his attendant, of England, are much pleased with or "! rlte. E. A. WadJell Miami, Fla. county In general." York has boon doing a phenomenal tour '
B. T. Bell of New York, who haven over. Palm Beach. Monday night the Duke In calling atientlon to this recommendation '

upending several weeks at West tJr TO CLO THING AND DRY ..n acted as one of the Judges at the negro -Mr. Gordon Abbott, a member of of the Grand Jury, the County hit hotel business this Its doors winter to the This palatial for ,
opened
Canaveral Club left hern for his home public
m Bench and Jensen, returned to the GOODS MERCHANTS. cake walk, held In the coaooanut grove, School Board pasiiod one of the most I- !
the seventh
Tuesday January
season on
an River hotel, THuaville, Tuesday. Rent, a Fine, Corner Brick and he presented the cake to the winning ducks Tuesday., but He found bad the good weather sport rather shooting hot comprehensive and sensible appeals for the ISth, and ulnoe that time, It has I II

It AT F. ]1[. 'fA YLOR'S PHOTOrapblo Store In Tltusville. the county COli pIe. down here. compulsory education we have yet. seen. >oen fairly well crowded. On Saturday: .

Gallery, Tltuivllle." and see town of Brevard on Indian -The tail-end of the northern blizzard Southern:! School and Home. night last an ADVOCATE reporter noticed r'1 I I

II samples of Photogiaphs. Flashithts River Suitable for clothing, paid us a visit on Tuesday and Wednesday Allen's. New Orleans Minstrels\ gave there were about BOO people In the hotel t
at time. gents, furnishings, dry goods, A creditable entertainment In their big which naturally made'IlanRl1er] ; ]Ierrlll '
by appointment any when the temperature went as low r OLD NTCW8PAPEI13: For Sa'e,
[ways something new. ete. Hire: chance for a good, as 3.1: degrees f..r short time. As far tent at Tltusvllle on Wednesday night. Cheap, at this office.Mr. feel quite jubilant' The great rotunda. 'h!

up-to-date business man on as we can learn, no damage was done to Their baud. In gay uniforms, paraded of the Koyal Palm never looked to us,
Mrs. Benj. Pylcs and family, who the East Const. Immediate anything hut tender plants on ludi- tbe streets In the afternoon. -! J. D. Rahner, passenger'agent of more beautiful than at present. The

ebeeninSt. Augustine for sometime, possession. Full particulars an River. very -Finlr Commissioner J. Y Detwller, the F. E. C. Ry, spent Sunday: at Miami floral decorations both Inside and out;.. u

o passengers on Tuesday's south- of Geo. M. Robolns! Tltusville, of New caller.athl N. Flsk< In advance for side the hotel are exquisite, and U splenrs "
nd train, en route to West Palm Fla. -41J Friendship Chapter No. 11, Eastern Smyrna: was a pleasant "!"Mr. I. agent
ich has the office on Wednosdr'' and examined the btteet Fair, lulu town today, en as If the landscape gardener had I
where Mr. usual Tuesday
1'ylea manage- Star held their meet!OR; on
ftken considerable to choice
Tltusvllle's public school, recently, the Walton Self-Locking Tackle Block route south.RECEIVED. pains grow( :;
at of the office.Mr. evening. Among other business
express held an examination in the principal'sroom with which he was much pleased.Mr. I plants and flowers this1' season.. The :I''
another application was In by .n THIS WE1 K. New line of
Inction put In front of the main entrance
- R. E. Mims, Supt. of Fablio and the following are the names lenterplooe I
was a pleasant caller at this those, who made Hie highest: grade In popular young lady for admission to the A. V. O'.Vcftl, who has been actng Men and Boy's Pants. We tit >ou la t4); tbe hotel. Is very attractive to tour- 1 1I.ts.
of which Is In a sound !financial for the East Coast Lumer and J. Walker Co.
ce on Tuesday. lie bad been on a one branch: Louise Brown, Annie Chapter, as manager ; quality price. R. who look at U with wondsr. All

t to all the schools In the south end any Jones and Maggie Collln.*. Those who condition.Drs. > and Supply Co, at 'flt.untlle, for -Mr. and Mrs. J. A, McDonald, who hrough the rotunda are hundreds of

he county and had met many of the made the highest average: Louise Brown, E. L. Mayo, and E. E. Rollinstnd seveial months, has resigned/ his position, are making their headquarters at the rare plants and ferns, And on the south
..Itb! Mr. O. L. Mandaville
dents, who treated him right royally.Mr. Maggie[ Collins;: and Rufus Kobblns. The Messrs. Mndd\ and Osban went to to accept one v breakers, spent a day or so with their veiandah are two curious palms called .jFishTall H /
10 the Tltusvllle Store.Letters /v
school, on Tuesday, received a pleasant Nike: Harney, Monday on a quail bunt. Jewelry family, at Miami, the lirstof. Jho week. Palms, which are greatly admired. ,
R. W. Parsons second
vice-pros- and appreciated cull from bur>t. R. E. They returned Wednesday evening, having patent have been I Issued for They are said to be the finest la I ; *
lit of the F. E. C. Ry., and P. & O. MILLINERY OPENI NO Salurday. Feb.
Mims Dr. J. M. Dixon and Mr. G. F. billed 150 quail. Through the kindness he Indian Hive Fiber Co., 1ol lbOlune.The' the United States The ball.room Is :,\
,
amablp Co., Is now at Miami, watch'afier Dnren. of Dr. Rollins the guests of the capital stock Is $23,000, and the 14th. A beautiful line In shapes. Hack well decorated, with many vai'legated !Ik j jlants

the interests of the steamship Sembler' Cottage have been enjoying all will manufacture liber, eto. and ready to wear hats, Mowers trimmings > and so also Is the dining-room. b

t of the business. Mr. Paisons has -Mr. George E. Jennings: editor and the quail they could eat. company Thestockholders are J. H. Nicholson eto. J. It. Walker A Co. The Royal Palm never looked more COlT ,.',

ost of friends on the East Coast who proprietor of the New York Fishing Oeo. Phillips and W, T. Wells.Messrs. )fr. A. A. Htewart had the misfortune and Inviting than It does this season. 4dr.
always glad to give him a hearty Jazotte[ was a pleasant caller at this office -Mr, Wm. A. Warnook, a prominent to lose his borso, last Monday night. Merrill makes It a custom to Invite i!.

I come.Mr. Tuesday and while here, examined and well.known capitalist of Jamaica, Dudley B. Fay and P. V. R. I'he horse, was feeding along the railroad some of the townspeople to the dances 1

- Benjamin Fish executor'"of the the Walton Self.Locking Tackle Block.Mr. N. Y., who spending the winter at El Ely, of Boston and '&Ir, II. M. Atkinson, rack and was lilt by a passing looomoIve. and other events of the season, which is
traveled well all Dora with his family, and Mrs. A. A. t Atlanta who bate been enjoying the &
Mr. P. T. Bafnura by Jennings has pretty a. much appreciated; and every evening \\t
accompanied
wife and the over the United States, and said he had Degrauw and party was a pleasant caller d lick shooting at Canaveral Club, left may be seen gayly dressed ladles, and p,
,want callers daughter, were among; never seen any self-locking device to at this office yesterday. He had been to here on Sunday for their respective -Mrs. C L. Wright: and daughter, gentlemen( clothed la tile conventional ,

'. They left at this office on Tues- equal, and that millions of these blocks Eau Oallle, to look at the Sarno property homes, stopping over a day or so at St. Miss Emma, after a visit of a wee If or Mack suits, all either anticipating or '

I t. Conn. fortnight their home at Brldget. andre could be sold If they were properly Introduced owned by his aunt, Mrs. Degrauw Augustine en route. two with Mr. and Mrs. I.. C. Brannlng having an enjoyable time, as they did at t
a or so
; ngo; throughout the states. Mr. at Palm Beach, returned toTltusvill* on he dance on Saturday" night last.. The
on their way to the New Rookedgeel. / -The Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club gave -One of our Chicago subscribers, Mr
1 Jennings left, on Wednesday, for other the Town hall this Thursday evening.Dr. dinners st the Royal Palm have made it
Rockledge, where they expect to / Its annual ball at Jensen C. J. Rowe, In a letter received at
yinine time.Division points between here and Miami.Mr. on Tuesday night, the 17th Init. The ifuce yesterday, says: "We are now lahe G. F. Johnston and }Ir. Geo. D. It famous, aCId are a credit to the man. t

J. B. Hockaday, the whole soul- affair Is said to -have been one of the throes vf a big, old-fashioned bllzBird. Iain, of Sussex, N B., who spent the ager.
- No. 2, of the Ladles' Aid of ed-superintendent of tpe Southern Express most successful In many years and alogether Temperature below zero, and the winter here M few year* ago, gave 11..< The Royal Palm office staff, In addition

Baptist church, Tltusville. will bold Co.. who had been on a trip as far ; the event of the season. The wind blowing 40 miles an hour It Is hort call the first of the week They to Mr. Henry W. Merrill the manager
"Experience: Social" at the home of II composed of s gentlemanly and obllgng -
south Miami was a passenger on the decorations were very artistic ami beautiful coming your way. expect to return here shortly.Mr. .
s. Mims on Wednesday night next, a.* to consisting of Japanese lantern set of young men, among whom the
)iruary :2!;>th. Come and listen to the northbound train, Monday en route and a There was a large, -Mr. Gel W. Scoble, of tbe firm of 11'. K. Matthews expects to leave ADVOOATV repiesentatlve noticed t Mr.
91 1 way in which members earn their his home at Savannah. He will, probably palms of Rita. the rnusio excellent Sooble A: Hughes, commission merchants ntusvllle soon lor a vacation of month Wm. McAullffe\ chief clerk who Is the
Mr. lumber guests present
o experiences' ," to be read at nine again go south on examined Sunday. one and the; refreshments very dainty. of Noifolk, Va who has been In Tltusvllle or t"o, which will\ be spent In different popular manager of the blnclalr hotel

Ioc.k. AH members who do not bring fockaday[ who recently Tacklo on a vUlt to his family for the piist Pllrt. of this State, after which be expects While Mountains; Mr. C, H. Hoberts,

;'experience: will be fined 1 50c. There of th-e Walton Patens Self-Locking said It was the two months, left, on Wednesday, for to join the band of a traveling troupe. cashier, of the Ocitan house Watob Hill, '

w gueaalng contests and other Blocks In this office tbe kind, he had ever Gardner's Flyers. Norfolk, going by way of Deland, where ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If H. J.j.; }fr. J. W. Whipple, bookkeeper; j I

Mements, with plenty muslo througbtn jest Invention of to !Mrs. Soobie and Miss Myrle are visiting one of Walton's Patent ilr. A. Jcpson mall clerk; Mr. A. J. '.'
block shipped are, /get
e even I seen, and ordered a Mr. and Mrs. W. )(. Woodward.\ you elgh, night clerk and last, but by no
,J nit. Everyone cordially him at Savannah, that would raise 1,000 Until Feb. 27th, a 5 drawer, drop head Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat- ;
Sewing Machine, warranted $16.79 builders and owners of bouts. Calks means least, Mr. S. Freellng, socrery. -

\\YI G MACHINES, NEW HOME, bs. _____ Moquette Velvet Rugs . .$3.25 and $5 Cottage for Kent. boats more rapidly than any other __L

wndard and other makes. Prices and Carriage For Sale. Crepe tissue paper, roll)0.. --- calking tool In tbe world. Price >l 00 '

''SO to $ ;5.00. Cash or easy pay- Horses klennen's Talcum powder, box . .10o Two five-room cottages, newly furnlihrfnd and $8.00 each, at ADVOCATK office, Hotel L.. Valla. H

enta. J, R. Walker A Co. A pair of large, Chestnut Horses and Leave your wall paper order today.C. beautiful location on Indian River.U. Tltusvllle, Fla.On'Wednesdny. Newly furnished-, clean comfortable.

j Depot Wagon, harness, lap-robes and A. OABD.TER, Tltusville, Fla. E. PKTTKI:, Mr. J. O. Dallt. .'1 'ent rally located sod up to-date. The i '

Catboat for Sale. whip. Horses are seven and eight; years; Jloclcledge, FU. ertntendentof of Canaveral Club,.sent two >est tourist hotel In Orlando. Kates $10o II

well broken, drive double and single; 'Launch for Sale. Ive, wild ducks to Manager O. II. Voss $15: per week. Address, .4

1 1oel t long, 8 feet beam. In goodon. good s8d, <1I""s. A bargain Address For.Sale< or Charter. to keep around tbe Indian River hotel as CAPT. P. BBWAXT.
I Address X. Y. Z., care ADVOCATE, pet.. Mr. Voss clipped their wings and Orlando, Fla. .
CARLs01'l' Tttusvllle, Fla. Finest and fastest SO foot launch InFlorid. placed them la the hotel pool. After ; t

WM. ... 25 I b. p. Standard: engine. Only Auxiliary\ yawl, 40x2z2-l. Four while the ducks espied some of their 'I

Fort Pierce, Fla. ami Orange Land. nsed three months. Built for Florida rarths In cabin! one forward. Toilet. riends swimming around In the river, so Winter Home for Hale.

Pineapple waters. IL E. PKITKC, Fully\ furnished. hey quickly joined the crowd and have -
To Investors. nockled e. Fla. CAPT, JOHN OARDITEII.: not been seen since. "Birds of a feather A nice, little winter borne /or sale; 11 *

Choice pineapple: and orange land, on 2t Daytona, Fla.. will flock together." acres, small, a room cottage! 200 orange .
11th i ten years successful pineapple peninsular, between Wave land and Sew- and grapefruit trees, 1.W bearing; 0,000 / '
"I' fronting on both the Indian Wagons for Hale. >lneapples, under good, cypress shed; 1.
'nn which all'. Point,
ha* paid 25; per cent nets For Sale at Jaytorm.
beautiful looa tlon. Cleaned and Ire Hed.
' Clothing V-
"e Invite In and I St Lucle Rivers, Japan persimmons, mangoes, guavas
we development capitol to co-operate hundred near Gilbert's Bar Inlet. Sold la 8 I and I now have on band large stock' of and other fruit. Good water protection. I,

*' of references of one given and a 10 acre lots. Also new, three-room cottage 2-Inch tire and it-inch tire one-horse wagons Choice Hammock lands. particularly Ladles and Gents clothing cleaned, Andress, Box 0, '*

""rough, Investigation Invited. to rent. Apply toC. that can be delivered at once. adapted for growing Oranges, also Irish tressed and repaired ; called for and de Georgians Fla. .:(
Will sell In lots of from 10 to
U. RACEY, R, E. Mr'llll. JR., potatoes. R. Itobinson Tailor Wash.ngton "
HAUDEE Ivered. M. "
: BROS. ,
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Waveland, Fla. Tltusville, Fla. 60 acres. C. B rex MAW,
Jensen, Upl 10m Jacksonville, Fla. Ave., Tltusvllle. Entertainment.Tbe .
Brevard Co., Fla.
lliver, Florida. Quick Sealed Bids Wanted. Southern Polite Vaudeville Co. J

Scaled IMds Indian Caali. Itockledge, Indian Itlver For Sale Cheap. will\ present tbe greaUst Vaudeville 3Features
Wanted.
$1,500
Sale, ever presented to an American. 'it
Sealed bids will\ be received by the undersigned
j*.[ed bids will be received by the Mer- : \ nntll noon, Monday, r.ar. 2nd, HIM one of the most attractive! and best The Flannery place,'at Han lover Canal, publlo at the Opera- house Tltusvllle. 4
"County until celebrated the following work. [I reserve tocked stores along the East Coast of 31ser.. of land and a house. Fine location This (Friday) Evening, Feb. 20. 1 :
Commissioners 003 for
ono : rUt'SnPbetweeu Indian River and feet There will\ be Dew acts, new Ideas, etc. ;
for water
find a Club-house; 2,000
e first and all bfdsl Florida. You can everything you
I Jn Monday: In March, for location for tbe right to reject any : '
wectlon! of a new Clerk's Office. Banana River. Splendid From Orange church to the railroad. need at this store. All kind of fine groceries ront on the Laeoon also fronting on This will, probably, be the last enters '.\ .? .
"ni fine frontlll1e; on both rfven' be Canal. Excellent fishing and hunt- tnlnment of the kind this season and Is u
and specifications may be seen at winter homej crossing at Bowman's place-Horse track and western meats.Particular
o ,OOO pineapple lOll. Also 10 seres of One hammock land the best. Get your reserved seats st B.
i C8 of the County Clerk. frollt proteotlon. andgraperulC to be filled in with good marl, so as to attention paid to the needs ; '
tll bealdes orange. tausrerlne Ruts In wagon track filled Of yachtsmen and cruising parties.Gro. at Shlloh. Apply to R. Wilson A Sun's drug store. .l 'II 'f
&ndRoallrdbretlene.. the rljthC to reject pla fiahlog aod ibed water. ,Y"fi I
Reserved General
' treell. Escellent JOBK' It. WALKER: N. HATCH Prop. F. J. Vftan: Admission: se-ts: SJc.:
and repaired ,
Partlol1larll, ., apl Tltusvllie Flu. admission; "3.TC." sad "230. 1
Kock.l .
Barton Av. dg ,
Jons R. WAZ.KEB: Box3S" D e L an d, VI a. 4t County Commissioner DisL No. 1 :
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: ( EAST COAST &DVOXA.TE FEBRUARY 20, 1903. 5 .


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-- of Intention to Apply for
until the Intrepid SPIRITS. Notice '\ 'THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA
hatl directed. waited GOOD
Charter.NOTICE s
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a -
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the silent cannon, is PARADISE REGAINED. Jistt
charging line paswd ,
Si i gArAR1 waited even until the doomed Badgers The World Uses Them More Freeltad -OIVEN TIIAT IT 18 1"'J'k..iIIa'
ewe Shelby's nester Tempered. M HKEKHY
Grow
were within fifty feet pf Honorabli _
,'' L I a crouching troopers, then let fly double The question of spirits and the best Minor M.JonenJnllueuf, the Heveuth Ju-- i COAST "r
Hravard. Count :. Floe EAST RAILWAY.
FLORIDA
and for ,
i loud of canister. Herrou'a men rallied use to be made of them when they appear dlolal Ida\ on Clrcnit:the :Sfilrd In tae of February, A. 1>>. 1903, for

and with re-euforcemcnts again Is one that may well be treated 'be ( of a Charter to the St. Lncle Club.aid .

tried to take tbe runs\ but were driven! deliberation. To proposed ourportion.being not for profit
t with thought and 14,19oj
No., In Effect
45.
I I h back to their own batteries" leavingthe some modern families they de'not be CHARTER.WITNKB9KTII. That thtantlerelgum.l LOCAL TIME CARD Jan.
tfEit ARTICLED:
; ,, Confederate pieces untouched. this( life with! THESE. associated thnmselves for thipurpose I Iii
People go through | have DOWN.
long. SOUTHBOUND-HEAD READ ,
When the Twentieth Wisconsin received of forming a corporation under the Incorporation f r JIOBTHBOUNa| p ,

the order to charge tbe heights.It twenty-four; hour to their day; Just as. law ol the State of Florida NO.99 N.36 Ni,29 No.23 No.98 No.78 No.74k No,2Dally.

r, advanced at double quick tbe distance others have. and. so far as one play) ARTICLE L Dilly. Dafy. Daily. STATIONS Del1y. Dally, Daily. Dally.

of 100 rods, where It came face trust observation are never by an1: The name of the corporation will be the of bust"8T.

to face with the enemy. The regiment chance favored with the apparition ogoo1 Lucia ness;will!) CLUB be at,"St.and Lucia. Iw principal Bravard County place Fla. 8 96 p 17 L8 D 010 7 66 Lv.Jaoksonvtile.Ar T 60 ; 80 7 40 p O iOpobo

\ halted and !fired two rounds then spirits. These frown at tbe world ARTICLE n. l 900a. .St.Auguedna,.. 84US p 640" .

i ilY commenced to climb the bill. The slope and tlio world, not to be outdone li and object of the corpora. 9fp Soap. 1108 Haednge. .... .. ,. 6 41O 1, .. .. BOO"
The general nature 910x..M.Palstks... : ,. ,. 6Wia 626
Wbei recreation! of inmember. 1086 010 Iit4Zn 666 B01I13p1111aml
underbrush frowns buck at them. and
dense is .octal enjoyment
was covered with I politeness tlon .. x .. .. .. e00J. .
and It was with great difficulty that they meet folk whose houses are haunt ARTICLE ILL Ar .l tatk..Ar..L 60j ,, ,,,

the Wisconsin men advanced. PressIng ed by cbeerfur spirits, they destroy! )' member IlIji. .. ., ,;Ar 808tI 003A66
become a
: possible far and No one shall r>e iuillfiedto en elected thereto I 6631 stn 818 aLv..SanAfateo.Lvi.; .. .t. . ... ... .i 706"w
; on In as good a line an these spirits, so as they can unions he mall have been duly 706
s :; i' encountered the Confederate bat off with gloomy triumph no riches aa prescribed by the by.law*. ii .. v. v .. ytip .
: they go ... ..., 294 p. t,....Bunnells.. .. 31 p NG
tery. After stopping to five one volley themselves and leaving the other parties ARTICLE IV I .. Dupont ... .. 4 SOp ... ,
...' rushed forward among to the encounter bankrupt and Tbe Mid corporation Is to exist perpetually { tp 88p"t ...,Ormond.1.'..,.. 4 Sit a 8 Hp120Lp p 7Cj'p
the assailants
: .... 4
IIPI a : ,,,.Diiytona.. 20 a 84Bp illf B3p'e'ao'p
tho guns.exultation. The men raised l a cheer of: lonely. ARTICLE V. 1181... .. ; .848". .. ...Port Orange.... .. 8 83p 1
:: uuuuuu while the color bearer Sergeant The world grows better tempered every The names and renlrtenceaof the subscriber V p'i'oo'p 1 63 93 .11 20 aii'07'jj ..Now Oak Smyrna HillTitusvllle. *... 8 68 a 8 9 61 13 1 498" C py

'Teal hoisted the flag over one day and the presence of melon are asfollower Names.l Residence.IHRARL lOA >p' .., ..: 'i'oo'Jiaiia 18p 337l.'a'iip. 'o'lipils'p e''.

4 of the Then they pressed on to- cholic is Increasingly; resented J. DURHAM Philadelphia. ... .. 3 25 p. .. . ........Oucoa*....... ..,. ,, .. 48p. .. It
guns. persons E. bp.
p4 Rnokleclxa. .... ... .. 130 p 8 f
,
1'. MoMciiot 5 BOp 3 iOp
r ward the Confederate line. getting There were days when these were JAMES .4, 4Rla Kurt Gal 110. 12 On p xsa.
Some Heroes FKAMCII SKUNK Hiwiwir, .. .,. e WP 413 p Sup 4Mp309p
..
: within thirty feet of Shelby's ranks. pitied.and fed with commiseration;, but Boles PENUOKE, Indiana., eiip7i8l 4 23 I ;..MelbourneBnbastlan ..:; .....,.9.. 12 411 414 pI e aE

A terrible storm of bullets greeted their In theme days to be slightly, Indisposed T.JOHH L. KvitH P. ELK1N5 West Cheater, I, ...6 8r At. Luileft. U 14 ... ..
advance and under the fire of Collins was taken as' evidence of reflnemen Jons M. MACK Philadelphia ". ps ZIT 807 E40p : .. Pierce .. 11 12 Iii

| gun the whole line at lust gave way. and good ancestry. Nowadays less tolerance ROBT.A. 1.. ENGLISH H. FOEKnBRKR, "" "< f1 p .,.... ... i 33 20 p'; | .... .........TlbbalS.Eden ............ 10 10 XI .... .. ,

,1 :: And a Battery A heavy column of Confederate reserve Is shown and the general opinIon iUNTAVUM A. MULtttB, 833 .... * u 8a Stuart .,. 10 .... .
: R. 471 .
; Infantry also moved up on the. flank publicly expressed and privately' HK.NKV HBNKV BURR SHOOK .. u -.e.. .. 19 I' .ye sound... .. a ,. Naly
threatening to engulf the brave Badg Insisted upon. Is that what victims 01 OKOIIUB: E. PASS, a II st Jupiter.... 0 1
++
++
+. ++ 1104a
.. ++ ++ 426i Ar.RoyalPolnelana JO pOp 8 16
1 a4oa is
*>$ ** ** ** ** ** ** ers and there was n3 course left but melancholy require la a good shaking\: ., ARTICLE VI. 9_80 a. 6 BO a 9 930p9p 8 86 P pi| 4 80 rv..The Breaker O is p 8 24a.. 11 00 a 10 'l'S fl
to retreat. Only a Blight amendment in the Instruction The affairs of the corporation are to be managed 936 6 Ma 946 p 8IOp 440 .Royal roinols.na.Ar 10cip 8 1080a 103
retreat, by a President, who ball be also the ion Cfta 8 tOpIooa 1 60 p ,W, Palm Beooh.Lv 9 BSp S 10 40 a 19 61 pY1018x.
the Wisconsin men which 9 46 6 9B8pB'iQ'al
i' ions: by Q. L. Kilmer. Seeing: tbe medicine bottles with and
tCopyrlrrht. on ral Manager, Secretary and Treasurer; an .. a .Boynton..8 ..... ..
p niudman's troops advanced and/ continued Board of Directors oi ..... .... T8ua. .. 6Uj
N% IIKN Grunt was pushing they surround themselves appears to Executive Committee or 1097 .,, 916 p. .. rtolray. ?
N to a galling fire into the three members nf the .corporation, all of whom 11 9e .. ... 10 00 i .Ft. lyauderdale.. .. .. T 10 a ,. ., .,,, I ep
a .
hit column southward pour be reI)ulr\'l1. shall held ofllce/ for tbe term 'of one year 13 19 p .. Hallandale. ..... .. ...0 Bla fll
W 1lIotiliullt I'einbirtou In shattered ranks pursuing them until It seems harsh! to dictate to folks I the name of the officer who are to manage all 10 lip Lemon City. ... 6 XI)a

i' 1I1hllRhlldppi early !In December they bad fallen back beyond the dismantled who find their cblefest joy In being election the Btfalr or of appointment the corporation. under until the the charter first 6o U 45 pi 10 60 8 lOp Ar.. Miami ..tv B CO *> a e Mn| noosl 111i

4F 1SKJ, a hurry battery.lastedt,The twenty charge minutes of tbe miserable, but the general comfort hal are Committee: ..re.ltlenlt.I'Hoard: .anotA l..f lure itors llrown, Israel I Executive W Durham Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine i iJAOKSONILLH

summons was Bent the Confederate Twentieth to be considered, and an hour or twof < James P. McNIchol Onstavim A. Muller
general In Arkansas to send troops but In that brIef' time over 200 men exercise every day would bring ARTICLE VII. TO ST. AUOUBTINE.No. .

across the MlimlaslppI river for defense nearly half the number engaged were them Into' line with the majority and The corporation shall at no time have an In. 31 Nor37 No.18No.

of Vlcltsburg. General, HInd. shot down. One soldier was bit by enable them to see that the highest rt on tod ness. or lIablUtr.to which the eorpomtloti 1 23 I No. 27 No.29 ] No.35 No.43 Jally 1 Daily 1 No.99 Daly Na
above Daily. Dally. Ex. a.aly. Es
at Itself over or Dally. Dally. Daily. Mon.
bullet any
man woe In northwestern Arkansas at eight form of sport! does not consist in wallIng the may sum of)2S,000. the amount In value of the Mon.v ,

1 the time the order reached hIm to After the stunning defeat of his expeditions. Condolence only makes real estate which the corporation may bold.subject nokeonvf e. 7 86 s a w s s 40 p p 8 90O p O p BD pTIIeAr

countermarch A Federal army under plans Illndman withdrew his army them proud of their defect; sympathy ball always be uot. to more the tLan approval$5),000.ARTICLE! of.tbe Circuit Judge, 8t. Augustine !.ta.. to tan t0 es, a h 1 66 23j 331p' 4 00 p 0 OB p 9 l6

r I Jeuornl Blunt was marching from behind the Arkansas river and at. encourages them to dive Into a deeper ST. ATJCrTJSTINia TO JAOKSON VILLffi.8CHKDT7IKS .
VIII.
M Springfield! Mo. southward. to Invade tempted to reorganise It for another depth; The bylaws of the corporation shall be made,. No. SB No. 3g No. 38

Arkansas and Illndman made up his campaign./ But a couple of weeks A littler selfishness Is l an excellent altered or rescinded only by.a, majority of tin No. No. Dally I Dslly Dally No. 44 No. 30)) No. 70 I No.
Blunt 1 Dally. Ex. Ex. Es, Dally, Daily, Ds ly. DWI,
b after the battle of Prairie Grove member of the corporationFRANCIS Daily.
rt mind to fight with Ulunt before leaving thing\, and better than offering good BHITNK BROWN Sun. Sun. Sun.v. .

t the !Held. moved rapidly up with a strong force spirits to those who will not take them a..t St. A gu.tlne hues Dales 81 a ltlaa It 011. 0 Op P p e40p liAr.

'' Blunt took up bis position on Cane and Illndman hastily retreated to Is, It to keep thorn In the bottle for STATE COUNTY OF PENNSYLVANIA or IHILA1. >CLPHLA. I( Jacksonville, 75''S' Ott a in a 12 13 18 40 t _10 ll 30 s I 80 p7 41 1

bill to awutt tho arrival of GenerollIenou'li Little Hock leaving all northwestern one' own use. Before me, a Notary Public In and for the OF BRANCH LINES.
supporting column of 0,000 ArkunntiH to the Federals tllndman I County and State aforesaid personally came thealmve
named Francis Sbunk Brown, who In due r
t men, then marching to join him. was declared to b* a man pf genius. The scratch of a pin may cause the low. form of law. acknowledged the foregoing Instrument IU.NE'ORD DBA.NOH. ORANGE CITT BRANCH.Da
1 Kansas of for. a secretary of war or a department to be his act and deed for the purpoeei
man blood
i Blunt was a typical of a limb or even death when -
TDail
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that period. Uoru In New England be commander but not capable of poisoning results from tbe Injury. Al therein Witness specified.my band and Real of office,the 16th STATION.. .- o.Dafl I DLLsf STATION' Dell Dul06i

'i t bad set'.Ied' In Ohio then emigrated to i i'i commanding an army or executing a danger this may be avoided, however, day of January. A. I)'liR.UCK.; JR. v... Tltus.l .,.,..... 60T

''i Kansas. lie enlisted In 1801 and plan of battle. HU failure to dispose by promptly applylngChamberlaln's PaIn Seal] Notary Publlo.Commle.loo 19 a Lv........... ,..,...,.,. 07 p 4 25 p 1010 a L'r..N. Smlma.Ar 1 IDp lip

rapidly rose to the rank of a gen of Blunt renewed the nctlvlty'of the! Balm. It Is an antiseptic and quick healing ( expire Feb. 2Mb 1U05 08 a Lv. ,,..,.Ente ,..:...... 1181.ea) a 190 06p a 11 Ii 19 11aLv.Leke* eenAr12Hp. 46 p N08Us SpI

u I I eral. Having learned that Illndman Federals west of the Mississippi, but liniment for cuts, bruises and burns,. STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA I Ar ... .,.. .. ..,.... ... 666 1148 aAr.Or.CltyJc.Lv1150 .p

p was marching north to fight. Blunt Prairie Grove was the last battle of )for sale by all druggists. and medlolni CoUNTY Or I'niLADKLPBCA. ) No. is No. 17 No. IS

wn tbe In the traosmlssIsHlppt coun dealers Personally appeared before me1. Notary Sun. MATPOKT BB NOH. I p'
but when the battle year DallyLv
I /l called up lemon Public this 18th day of D. 1UU3,. Only Dully

opened Dec. 7, the Federal column try.By The) Choice of at Haiabatnd. Francis hunk Brown who being duly sworn TOO .a s6 p ...................... Jaekjsonvllle ...................Arl S an a a 4 pIt
miles Hlndman opposing Htndman In the north Ube according to law, deposes and say tbat the OS a.. 63 p Ar.................... South Jackeouvllle..................... 8 II a lip
were twelve apart. him In his retreat after "What a lucky girl you are LIddy. statements contained In the foregoing: instrument 11 40 a 5 11 p Ar. .................... .Pablo Beneb........................Lvl I CO aAr p
knew the situation In the enemy' ana following able to choose between two such are true and that U I* IntcmdeuTin good. 11 45 .aMOOm BMP ......................Atlantic Beach .......... ..,.........Lvl T 45 a Up
tq' lines and determined to fall upon Her the battle of Prairie Grove Blunt prevented handsome and 'stylish young gentlemen faith set to carry out the purpose and object therein eisp Ar........ ... .............. May port ...... ..... .. ... .. ... ..l.v| 7905 N

'r ron and crush him, then turn against the departure of Confederate T Have you made up your mind forth.FRANCIS SHUNK BROWN Train do not top at tatloni: opposite rliloli no time I* shown.Theee .

Blunt. But nothing U certain In war. troops to oppose Grant's onward which is to be husband?" Sworn and ubsbrlbed to before me, the day Time Tab'e! *ahow lh. tine at whloh train may be expected to arrive sod 4oJIU. .!
your aforesaid. .
the stronghold at Vlcks- and year from the several station but their arrival or departure al the time stated 1* not gutruunor
,I The Confederate cavalry under the march against "To tell the truth I'm In,, a bit of i FRANZ EHRLICH JR. doe the Company hold Itself re.p n.lb. tot any. delay or any conequeaoei t""
I UBOUGG2 L. KlLJJKtt. 5t febZO Seal' ] Notary Itiblio.Sheriffs .
f noted Marmaduke rode out to meet burg. fix. If I desire to wear my cream [ therrfroin.

; Herron and was' checked at Prairie colored dress at the wedding I shall at Miami
t Connections
Peninsular and Occidental Steamship
I have need Chamberlain' Cough Rem- Sale.UNDER .
d Grove. Ilindioan rushed forward bin take Alphonse as he I. dark complex-

Infantry but. Instead of attacking tbe 1 edy for a number of that years It and In the have best no loned. you know: but It I decide to gIn BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST HAVANA AND NASSAU |

''Li/ Isolated column at once he formed bill hesitancy saying my-blue dress I rather think fall AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EX ECU-
1 remedy for coughs, colds and croup I Issued out of the Circuit Court for -
1 I.& line and awaited Herron'a attack. have ever used in my family. I have not Joseph will make the better match ot( lisle County In..a certain cause thereinpending MIADEI-NASSAU LINE. MIAMI! -IWT WEST.II .VA.NALln]

Herron was a soldier to fight on sight, wherein the First National Hank of St.Augustine .
; 1903
word to express: my confidence In this the two. I and D. L. Alderman' if defendant Commencing January 1.1903. j Commencing January 15,
plaintiff
# and be threw his column against I remedy.-Mrs. J. A. Moore North Star, I have levied upon and will sell at public LrMfamlNon.Thua.................. ..11 0) pAr LTMlaml8m.Thur.. .... ................ {:
madman at noon. The sound of firing Mich. For sale by all druggists and rned- Circumstance.Ono auction In front 01 the Court House door at Na*<.u'1'uer.Fr. ........................ 800 pIv ''Ar Key 1Ye.iSun.,Thur..................,
I Mysterious Tltn*>llle, Florida, during the legal Hours of N sea i WH.,8jit.. ... .................10 <59) a 'Lv Key Wept Sun., Thur................ 1
reached Blunt, who knew that his lolne dealers. : was pale and sallow and the otberI ale upon the ArMluml T.\.H.,8u"..'... to. .............. 8 OO a tAr Ha van >, Hnn."rI.. .."...,............. !115
1 ally had been beaded off on tbe march I fresh and rosy. Whence the dltrCreooe'i 1 Commencing February 8, 1903.L., Havana. Mon. FAr I. .:..................u.t 100
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH A. D. 1903, Sat .
Went Tu ,
to his position and without a moment's Fruit Tablet i She who Is blushing with health uses Dr.. IT Miami M no. Wed Frt ... ...... I 00 pAr Lr Key Key West Ture a. Bat:::::: ::::::::::: III.
delay be started for Prairie Foreign fruit tablets arc made by King's New Pills to main It. By gently] to the highest and heAt bidder for cash the following Nsaa> Tu.:.,T h tan., Hai.! .. .......... 6 flO a A'Miami Tu..".. SaL.. .... .. ... .. .. ..... fOIl
boiling down the pulp mixed with I described real. estate of the ....'.nd.ot1 IvNa..n. Tmma Thur.. 8&&.............. I 03 p
Grove. The Federal columns combined I arousing the lazy organs they compel .ltn.tello the County of Brevard and State of Ar. Miami Wed, \.1'.1..81111.. .. .......... a sip a
outnumbered Illndmnu's force sugar until the desired consistency Is i Rood digestion( and head off constipation Florida to-wlt IComu.enclnlf Commencing March SO, 10O3.tr 'Above hour baaed on oth Meridian B

by about :2,000) ( and were better supplied reached. The residue Is then pored Try' them, Only 25o at all l druggists. I I.known In the at neighborhood the Southeart...corner the B.of U.what Wilson Miami. :Jf-n.AV...|..Krl............. ... 100 pi .rtTlmeexceptthatshownforNauuisl |
.. .............. SO alJjT
Into pan and spread about one and a r West 19 degrees and 08minntee oAr 1>I..u Tn. Thu .Sat o
i i wIth'artlllery.; drove thence run flea N.*..'! Truss.. .Thnr., Sat............. 8 03 pi or Nassau time.
After fighting vainly for four hour half centimeters thick after' which It I Bar to Got It. and OS minute South 440 taut yards 110,yards thence, thence Booth East 1 19,roes degree Ar Miami Wed., .? rl.. Sun ............ ... ahOa

Illndman retreated having lost 1,300 1* dried slowly ten hour being about I Smytbe Ito aer\"antl-Brldget.) I have and Ofi minute North *W yards, thence

i i moO The brunt of the fighting fell the time usually; required. When fin: I, to go out this evening and I want 'you North ID depress and Off minutes West 110 yard For copy of Local Time Card, address any Agent.

/ upon ITorrou's column which made tbe shed the mass la cut Into circular tablets to nee that your mistress gets this note to and the helnij point sirnat of N-trlnnlnu.d In the:\NtX containing of the;N Wy acres&: awl J. D. RAHNER As t. Oen. Pass. Agent., ST. :ATJQPSTINE :ILL

,. fiercest attacks. which. It 1* said will keep ten as soon as she comes in without fall. IheNWXofthe \lEI( of Sec. 99, Township.

444 i An episode of the little known battle years. When the tablets are ,to be Bridget Ylss. sorr: I'll just leave it fit!Houth.fel>27 Range; 35 East. J.Purchaser P. BIIOWN pay, Sheriff.for deed. I

Prairie Grove worthy to be recalled used they are soaked In warm water In the pocket of tbe trvisera ,'ve just ahermeu"'
,
I Ofllolal Supply House of The Illinois F Association.
from one to one and a half hour before _
after forty years was tbe combat between takeu off Application for Tax Deed.

Collln famous battery of flying cooking. i
Tourists Try Comfort.It The Net and Twine Co.i
artillery and one of Herron's brigade --- Under Beo.8, of Chap. 4888! Law of Florida Chicago

h led by; tbe Twentieth Wisconsin Infan Is what Its name Implies. If you IN HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. J.
ire troubled with your bladder kidney,,. NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Manufacturers of- p
try.Captain ale, dated tile llth day of .lulv. A. D. Ittti ooj
rheumatism heart trouble take Com
I Dick Collins was a noted or baa died saul certificate tn my om<:ll. and tar
character In the transmlislsglppl Tort. It l Is pleasant to take and harmless, made application, tax cli ed' to lt>*ue in ""cuordnce 1 >;
. r' All druggists! JiOcts/ a bottle. B.'It. WIG with law. Sail cenfncaie embraoes! the qp
Ills bad become Institution
battery an
ultuated
army. following described property InBre-
& Son: at Tltu vllle. For' 0
ion : agents .
wit Part of .
In the famous brigade of I"a,1 county Florida t< : NE'4, De*
Further pnrtioulais, write your' trouble; !I book O.page 855. Section :2H, Townnnlp 24 i
rough rider headed by General I Joe to: the Moo Chemical: Co., Jacksonville,,I S., 3fl E containing 5 acres. The laid
Shelby before he gravitated to the lead fla land being: assessed at the date of the Issuance
such certificate In the name of A. E. Rahr. Un.
erehlp. It lost no glory under his com certificate shall he redeemed according

mand. Like the celebrated artillery Application for Tax Deed. tn'r".I tax deed will l rssue thereon on the Mlhdav l
nf February. A. D. 1H03.Witness 7p
lr chief who fought under Stonewall m\ official signature" and seal this the b6 xE
i Jackson Jeb Stuart and Forrest Col! 23rd of January A. D. tau
become day
Gloomy thoughts
of of
M 1 i t \ Under Sec 8 Chap. 4888 Laws ria.NOTICE A. A. STEWART.Clerk .
line was a man after bis leader' own habitual to the.dyspeptic IS HEREBY OIVRN THAT MRfl.C. Circuit Court of Brevird County. Fla FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De criptlon-

:lr, heart. Shelby; handled Collins and Col. lie looks on the pumhamr of Tax Certificate No. 4,. febJO My U.A. Stewart D. C Dealers In Seine I wine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. 4t i
: I
;; dated the 2nd of A. !>., *I1XK has.
I
> dark side of things and day July '
\: line handled the guns. At I'ralrle Grove meal dnpllcM of *al. 'I Shelby's brigade with Marmaduke's every mole hill becomes a mil ha* made al1dk utlol fur ta* tined to Issue Application for Tax Deed. 79-St-SJ: E. Indiana St. Chicago; 1\1.\ [

1!"'. whole command was massed on a hill mountain.affects his business His condition judgment In bnela accordance the following with d.'lbMt law.. Bald property ce-rtlfloata situated em. j..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... _I

to await the charge of Herron's line. and mars his home In I\rev. C.o"n&1l.J'1..rlda, to-wit t ES4 of Nlr (., Under Sec 8?of Than. 4R8ft. LAW* of Florida. .
,'. We are Members of the Illinois riHhermen'a AesnCiatbroV :
Fi4 of "WI N 01 NEI(. 8eu.13:. Tp. il II. R.34 h: '
0 Herron had forty-five cannon and Mar relAtion. fha 18 HEREBY OIVKNTHsT FETRR:
land 01
said belnllr amseased at the date the I NOTICE
maduke but ten. The fight opened Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical nuance nf stint oerttttaata In. the nam of I.J. j parchamr Tax Certlncate NR.i .
t i 1H3, dated the 5th day of Jane A. I>. 181)4) ..
Unless said mrttncata shall ba redeemed ..
with a fierce artillery duel for Herron Discovery cures dyspepsia .livrar. ha filed said. renlncate in my oftlce and baa --
icoordlng to law. tax deed will luau thereon
wished to give Blunt time to move and other diseases Ute IHth of March. D on I made application for tax deed co issue. In accordance :a: 12 oo.ail. .
day IIM3. s a
p J more troops to the field. of the organs: of digestionand Witness my official signature and seal this. the I following with described law Said property certificate situated embraces In. Bravard the .. .. :s L4: TT::: :: : &;
13th of A. I). a9l '.
day February,
'' As the fight progressed Collins nutrition. It gives A. A. STEWART, County, "lolda.Oowltl Lot 7, Rerdell'a 5it w. Ji..St.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
'
buoyancy of mind as well addition to Tltnsvllle Section 3. Township taSouth
Clerk Circuit Court of Hravard Fla.
changed his pieces from one point to County 35 East. The said land
I as health of body because it removes the [Let. Ct. Seal] Jly O. A. Stewart, D. C. Range being as }
wined at tbe date of tb.IA.1ftD08 of such certificate
to
another Impress tbe with the
enemy physicUl cause of mental depression.u I the name of Unknown. Unless alai certificate
strength of the Confederate artillery. enables the perfect digestion and shall be redeemed according to law, tax
Finally four guns of a companion bat. assimilation of food, and the body Is :Notice. deed will Issue thereon on the ItJth. day of March 44.
?
fig A.. l>. 11)03. FULL :
tery were left between the lines With strengthened by nutrition which \Is the Witness try official signature and sal thus the
w all Its horses and cannoneers shot only source of physical strength. ALL COVCKRXED: TAKE NOTICE THAT 13th day of February, A. D. 1903.
*. H. Brown a* Sheriff and ex-omolo A. A. STEWART l
if down just as the Twentieth Wisconsin "I w*. afflicted! with what the doctor called Admlnintrator of the t: tate of J.C. Frlnk.B Clerk Circuit Court of Brevsnlcounty, Fla. _

dashed forward on a bayonet family nervous physician imliirestioti.: to no Took avail,medicine' wrlM Mr.from Thorn.my d e>aed,ha Bled his iug. geatlnn In writing c3the 'Ct.Ct. Seal ] By O,A.Stewart,D. C. k1L EXPRESS EXppES
; insolvency of the eiiiata of aald deceased
charge. It looked as though tbe helpless n. Lever. of Lever. RlchUml Co., 8. C. "At rtMnforaail' persona havingoUlm. against aaldlatau ppfpAlDlb
night would have cold PREPAID
hot feet
and hsmU.
or
R battery was doomed. Shelby stood alternately. 1 was fretting very nvrvoua ana :: are. hereby authentiate4Inmy required to appear Court and atehemproperly Application for Tax Deed. _
near and said to Collins pointing to the suffered a (Trent rival menially. thinking- that Mfnre the 4th dRY of April 10OS. on or -

Wisconsin men "When you see theft death aatnethlnic would'unusual soon claim'to take ni. .place, Alw.. ; was,* .expected irritable. Ordered"fSeal! this tftn day of !SepMmrwr; A. I).1903.! Under Beo.8, Chap. 4888, Law of Florida., ilA2O r

;i bandit upon thane wheels, Dick fire could and impatient. and greatly. reduced. in ftr.'". I l&1u-2'lu&r[ ] A. D. PENAKY.County..JudiJ8.Executot"s IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MATTIF ?
acarcely eat any thing thai would not NOTICE
pro ,
of Tax
but not before! duce purchaser Certificate No.Mir,
bad
feeling In
Ji Shelby's dismounted lroi \ ers lay IntllJ.e hem anon a I decided. to my try atanmch a Sew. bottle After. of some 1>1'. dated the Sib day of July A, I). MOT hasSled {
certificate In ofnoe, and haa .
1'1,,",",'* Ooldeu. Mrdlcal tnwnvery. and 'Pellelm'After Notice. ssl.3' my mail ,
thicket alongside of Collins' battery .' taking .several. buttle. of each, found I was ipplloatian. for tax deed to Issue In accordancewith _
out of view l of the enemy and improving. I continued fur .1.! : month ov mon law. Said certifies embrace the fellow- .
olf and on. I have. lobe careful. yet. at time. of To all whom U may concern i Ins; described property situated In Hrevard eoun
the daring assailants bounded along what S eat. In order that 1 ins fret. ty, Florida to-wlt Lot ao. Block:4. nbd.. out I Doze $4ter
the trong I fully bell..IC v !good ana NOTICE U HEREBY: GIVEN THAT 81X Iota 21,ei: 23, Eau Oallto,Sect on!'".Township tj : ; w
expecting an victory over silent any one auffering with
easy from the date of AiIf
F', a Indixratlon or torpid .liver or chronic cold would this notice) I will 8., Range 87 E.: The said land being saseeKed at .-
battery and that of Collins present ttnalaeounntato to the Honorable the date Issuance of.nch 1 f
a4 as UkeDr. Fierce1* Golden- Medical and of the) certmcata In the DfllVfRED
Diwovery -
welL At the base of the slope the .Plemiant rellet and observe a few simple hy.enic A. D. VennyCnnnty Judg in and for Bravardonnty. name of T. H. Mtngo. Unlesa said certificate FOR ? 5
( .State of m
rule. they would ooon b* bene Florida ami Letter hall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will
I "Wisconsin men stopped for an Instant fited. and with a little perseverance greatly would he of i DUmlmal a* Executor: of the S.tste, of Han Issue thereon on the 16th d.yof March A. l>.t_.
and drank heartily from their canteens .tlrely cure _ Lath day of February,A; D. 1903.
laughing at the easy task ahead is cured by the we of Dr. JOHX 8ORT3T8CX A. A. BTEWART. .

(tf lit. JUsm. Culllu :waited at .Shelby' \ Pierce' Fleaaant Pellet J ranaen KxMntor of Batata of Hans Jeppaen. Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard County, Fla.
Flaw
} 1 Nev,18,1002. lam -mo [Ct. c,. Seal] B.O.A. Stewart,l>. .C. for the Pabst Brewing Co.









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Darrow's PositiveRbcUl11atic NESTING WOOD DUCKS. Viking.Mr. A MAN'S NECKTIE.: "" OverWorklenkens ', i ''


r M. ROBBINS, Cure. The Courtuhlp Period In Followed Vhnt the Manner of III Arrnnar Your Kidneys. ,
#). by a Very Pru.nlo Married Life. Colwell Is busy shipping some fine incite Trll to One \V........ ,' 1 ,I;,

dTTOItNEY AND COUNSELOR Al'roraptand Effectual Remedy for an When n pair of wood ducks ttnc pines. "I wouldn't attempt to judge) a IUIOe Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. 1

AT-LAW. forms of water and a hollow tree to suit little :Miss Martin expects to attend by his coat" she said grnvcly' "but 1 l', ,

time is lost In preparing the nest This Chautaiiqua Melbourne. would not hesitate two lulnutca to All the blood In your body passes through '

ill practice i in State and United States Rheumatism and Gout. task and the covering of the eggs are The balmy air Is fragrant with the judge him by his necktieIt Is nn almost your kidneys once every three minutes. a"' t o 1 I

Court. performed by the female for to the sweet scent of the orange blossoms.Mrs. Infallible guide.! Of course there The kidneys are your 'e ti r ri
Especially: Compounded by B, C. Darrow &: Bon best of my knowledge, the male does r'2'' ''F i blood purifiers they fit lit\rt t. '
exceptions, but the character lull 1'
are
FLA. Colwell has
Office at TITUBYIMJC, been having some I ter out the waste or ,.,
The little more' than sit around on handy dental work done intellect! of luoHt meu can be told by .
S. C Darrow & Son Co by Dr. Coon, of Fort Impurities In the blood. _
limbs nod look pretty. I J"lIIIIdn the Pierce the way 11Vb Id\ they tie their tlos' If they are sick or out ,
i. GAULDEN, period of nest building and \\'hlle\\ the '" of order fall do
ORLANDO, FLA. Dan McCarty was a pleasant caller In Now take the ovcrclever man, for example. they to r.
U.
S. A. '.0.'o
duck la 11TluJbe, Is the beau Ideal of a town, Monday. He was in quest of their work. L
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, For the benefltof persons mulcted with handsome and loving cavalier ever at- pineapple slips. "Tho tie of the genius tins uffordci! Painsachexandrheu- ,

Iwill In all the Courts of the State Rheumatism In any of Its various forms tcnthe and lIt mlugly most nuxlous as Messrs. Krlcksen, Strando and :Nelson much '('UP)"* for tho 111'1ot tile satirist matism coma from ex- I '
practice we confidently offer the S. C. & ces i l of uric acid In the)
1 Florida,and the Dnlveil States Courts. Son Rheumatic Cure Dawow : to her whereabouts should she happen keep busy nil the time with their groves,, and the pencil of the (carleiitui'lHt but blood due to
as a prompt and to out of his But with the : and the neglected ,
get sight. pineries fishing business
Jr.o BO*,w. TITUSVILLE, FLA. efficient remedy. One that can be rolled In reality any little peculiarity or Idiosyncrasy Iddney trouble.

.- upon at all times. It relieves the distressing waning: of the honeymoon be seems to Master Cal'llIelsoth caught; li large fox in dressing: Is tfllwl'III1J' time Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady '.

., J, WEBB, pain very quickly, reduces the fed rather bored with the whole business In one of his traps recently. Two of outward and visible sign of. vanity heart beats, and makes one feel as though I' $

fever, destroys the poison, and eliminates ., and gradually he gets clubby-I. Carl's cousins, from Oslo, visited the rather than ofpersonmiluntldiness. TLnvt'rii they had heart trouble because the heart Is '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, it from the system, preventing re e., wanders from his own fireside and school on Arbor Day. o man, with nn ordinary! shore over-working In pumping thick, kidney- ', 8 1
currlng attacks. hunts up another drake or two to help Mr. and of' Intfllcct. sellout knows \how to tiea poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
J Will l practice In the Courts of the 7th Cures gout; lumbago stiff him loaf Mrs. Colwell and bright little It used to be considered that only urinary a $j
/ swollen and the The busy
,
away summer. daughter, Grace, and Miss K. Martin attended tie as It can t>e tied and is tied bymen
for non-residents tender troubles were to be traced to the
Taxes paid Joints, crick in the kidneys. '
lrcult buck, stiff little duck her counsel and!
Keeps own the entertainment with Intellect at nil. Ho '
novelty no
Friday may ,
Id rents and accounts collected. neck, or any other form of Rheumatism but now modern science proves that nearly < / IJ IJall )
"sits tight" on the dozen or more highly evening at Fort Pierce.
a charming selection of the
Price, iiO, cents box MX boxes POAHPHS constitutional diseases have their beginning .j''
FLORIDA. per ; $2.50.<
ITUSVILLE, Address with 2 cent stamp: The S. C. polished Ivorylike eggs crowded together The Arbor Day program' at our school best tics which Broadway can supply. In kidney trouble. .... ,

Darrow" Son Rheumatic Cure Tablet In a bed of soft decayed wood was well rendered. There were appropriate and does not In. the least look eccentricnay If you are sick you can make no mistake \I',

P. PENNEY, Co., Orlando, Fla. and down from her In-cast. songs, recitations and short essayson rather, be often wants to bu us by first doctoring your kidneys The mild a

8. C. DARROW & SON Quite frequently the nest Is at the trees. There were three dozen plants smart III appearance as possible, but and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, For ten I'1.\ve : bottom of a hollow several foot! deep and trees set out, not including over a somehow he rarely achieves hiM uUjoct. Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
years Dunn I
a ooimtant sufferer realized. It stands the for '
rroiii the terrible s FLORIDA. bail tried wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
trrr.sviu.K, every re.ue.lv known
both In this Country of the wvod duck
special .
are a !
provision In the of
and In tie (except cases military
Burope.without/
the relief I expected and Is sold on Its merits '",
Vlll practice In all the courts of the 7th I became tllHuoiiraKeil and, bail lort faith In try' for the oft repeated climbing out A Good Thing. Inca and actors with whom It la apart by all druggists In fifty- -f :
Judicial Circuit.A. log to ever cat any rtvt.\ l 11) the 'ailvlco of of the hollow.-Kdwyu Sandys In Out- German of the h'lIlnllll'hll'l) \ never :I tc
frlen.IM I wfla Induced to try al.oxof "-narrow' Syrup (is the special proscrip / cent and one-dollar alzl: N Hl ,
Anti,RhamnatlaTablet, ," which fonnil helped lug tion of Dr. A. Boschee, a celebrated Our- moves out of place, following faithfully es. You may have a "li p1 i'

FROST, preparation me. I have, and taken am nix i nee to of thin valuable man physician, and Is acknowledged; to the little lilUwyiuTiiflcH of rontt'inpoiii- sample bottle by mall n.n. or mnp-Rao..

to everyone Miirerliiu" "prepared from rheuniatlnin.recommend Dar \Vcnk and Lowspirited.A be one oj the must fortunate discoveries ly daixl.vlnm. 3on hilly\ be fairly certain free also pamphlet telling you how to find 1
ATTORNEY-AT-L'AW, row's -RIeltnatle, Tablet mimic me anil It In medicine. It quickly cures coughs, that Are not face to face with an out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. 't
will cure you. KI: ). lTMI'l Orlando, Fla. Correspondent Than Denorlbe III colds and all lung troubles of the severest you Mention this paper when writing Or. Kilmer

prill practice In all the Courts of the 7th I'roi I'uarll.loal Steam Laundry.REAL Kx|>..rlenc0. nature, removing, as It does, the cause of undlHcovercd Shnkctipcare: 'course' or In the nil case embryonic & Co., Binghamton N. Y. II
Of
Judicial Circuit. the affection and leaving the parts in a Goethe. I
ESTATE FOR SAW2. "I can strongly recommend fleabane asa strong and healthy condition. It Is not of a rich and Important personage, the : ti

i TircsviiLE, FLORIDA.. medicine of remarkable efficiency for an experimental medicine, but has stood lesser .details of the toilet ire usuallyleft \ "

IDEAL FLORIDA HOTEL which Indigestion, loss of appetite, sour taste the test of ;years, !giving: satisfaction in I to the valet but even then I defy '.

7UEDERICK A. MORGAN, cost. $75,000: with connecting park of In the mouth, palpitation, headache, every case, which its rapidly Increasing: a man of real bruins, to keep his\ tie at !t '
00 acres subdivided, bordered by beautiful drowsiness after meols with distressing ale every season confirms. Two million the exact angle for any coiiHldcrabletime. ;t '

Abstracts of Title. l lake,good bass (n Ulilnjj, boat house, mental depressions and low spirits. Her- bottles sold annually lionclioe's Germain At ill'iiuT you will gvnciiilly 11 nil J1.i ,,
billiards bine must be a unique preparation for in trod need In the United : ,
pool I Syrup was States
howling, tennis, poll !
such mine fora. few doses entirely that by the time- the sung has airlvcdthe ( .JDfOR8BLIWCK'DBAVGI1T
| REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, links, spring of pure water (Identical cases as in 18H8, and Is now sold In every town
removed I wonder at evening tie hits nhlfted Its position'
Loans, Notary Public. with 1'(1111111)), pumped by engine, 80 h. my complaint. and village( in tho civilized world. Three t
people !going: ; on suffering/ or spendingtheir become obliquely set This couliJprobably
pbolll"r, Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. } with ,(OOO) steam pump, pas money on worthless things; when" !: / he easily! avoided, only It hap| ,.j I I'I

TITUSVILLE, FLA. throughout, chapel with Heats, loo( ) room Her bine Is procurable, and no cheap. PPIIK that tho way In which n man I r
/ r.Oo. a bottle at 13. R. Wilson & Son. .
house A Vuut'li ol HlirvilMlll.Mr
completely furnishedstable 80x wears his tie Indicates pretty ncciimtB- roi; I t
40, private cur track to station Price, .1 KUntl.nt! (on receiving! doputn ly the wearer's Intellectual npprt-clil-

|;.A. FROST. WADE II. JONES $ 5.01J0( ( Including: furniture, boats vehicles WEATHER REPORT. Lion from his employeesVII.; ) wba t',. tloa of trifles.-Toledo Blade. cOSTIPATIONWnati

A JONES, horses, car and car shed, perfect the mutter no\V'I ,
FROST repair, one of the linliest&pots in Flor- By Rev. Jas. H. White, observer for Clerk ("spoltcKiiinnVe) wnut to l h.' Night '
heatless ut
ida. Price, *2.:>,000, cash. Are VOlt tt
)part Weather Bureau, U. S. Government paid l"'pryVl't'k Intttend of every
|REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, BAY RIDOJE, I"L.The grove of And harassed by a bad cough ? Use i ,
O. O. Bailey, of no..tonI'oMt. him $1- SUMMARY FOR JANUAUY 1003.\) month. Bnllnrd's llorebouiui Syrup, It will secure : I 'II'
Loans and Collections. : You all that's due to L ill
;500, cottage and ten acres opposite P. Highest temperature o.u the ;JOth. 80.0 "Vgh get you.don't you sound sleep and effort a prompt, and '
TTTUSVILLE FLORIDA. O. Price, 400. Apply to Chapin's J owest" Oth. 37.0 YOII'l""YI'II. ranical cine. ao: ftOo( and $1 bottle at '
knoll is l'
,4' I
Farm Agency Boston. Mean for the month . . . 00.7 sir." B. K. Wilson A Son's. Tltusvlllc, Fla. than nothing howell more tj :,>
a flowing of the
A. WORLEY, 1'KAK ORCHARD.> At Green Cove Average mean for 2i years . 62.0 ."And promptly to n dly7" Markann j and nothing less than vital Blag- t
GEO. Sjirings, 20 acres, 1,000 La Conte and Highest!: In 1882 ((10.8 'YI'It. sir." nation or Ui'iilh if not relieved. l ti
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. heifer pears, sold 1,000( ) bushels. last Lowest 44 "In 1880. 55.4 "Tln-n why do you want to be paid An Interesting find picturesque custom If constipated sufforer-. ,i

season, cottage of 4 rooms piazzas on Rainfall In Inches . . . 4 6U weel.ly: Instead/ of monthly In southwestern Franco In that cf could every reali/n that lie in allowing 1

Jieneral; practice in State and Federal three sides,snrrounded with pine trees. Average for 20 yeais . . 8.57 "Please, sir. It's BO we won't be gt>t.tin' going to market on stilts. Groupa) of. lH, >i onoun filth to remain in his .
Courts. All business entrusted will Barn, carriage house and granary.Scuppernong Greatest In 1878. . 10.43' the lumbago cnrryln' home ourwages. young men and women mounted on system, he would soon get relief. 't\. ,
receive prompt attention. : and Thomas Least In 1808\) . .:tO '
arbors -
grape ." London Answers. high stilts may be seen' dally rrosnlnjthe (,CoiiHtlriation' invitee all kind of I.COli I.
;enema Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. over 1,200! feet Price( only $1,100, Prevailing direction of wind . NW marshy plains I known ns "the LIIti tag 11m. headaches, bilious- f )" j

Miami. MUO 'ash. Apply to U. W. Hancock, Numberofclear days . . in\ des." "Tho' I.n nl1C's" nre cut Into Ross, colds and other ailments ,',.. iI4 .
MIAMI, FLORIDA. owner, '. :St. Augustine, or .. fair . 3 Anyone In South Florida and hummocks tin disappear' many' when conatiiiatiil :t i. ) 'j'
to Chaplii't ) Boston. cloudy . . 12 small ditches, !pools '
o'armj1'ency, came make In their leisure time, '' bowels are relieved. Theilturd's I ,
money .
almost t
TErIlE E. FOSTER PEAK ORCHARD at Bristol, Fla., days with rain. . 'Id( of and stilts are III consequence Hlauk-Draufrht thoroughly I Icleans I I'
distributing the products a large manufacturing "
S half-mile from landing 2,225: !: La Conte days with thunder 4 ; company among their neigh.: nccexsiiry to those who desire to trn'"- out the bowels in an easy III.;. t 1 ,' 1.

ATTORXEY-AT-LA\V, pears in bearing, (lit) acres In town lots, Island Home, >ors. Our goods; have had a steady sale erne t b I'\D. and natural manner without the J !,

beautifully situated, bordering lake 3 MenItts' Island, Fla. for 5M:\ years, which has been wholly by purging of calomel or other vio 11 1
Sims Building, miles in circumference has MARDI GRAS EXCURSIONS.The .
; VrmllJ.t'tlcotton our local agents (men and women) who lent cathartic .\ t ;
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tobacco, sweet potatoes,r.ealluts The Other 8l<.... earn !good: wages the year round. If you lie sum that you get the orlffl I. 11." '"1
corn and vegetable/ I 11 acres An author who Illustrates his own wish a good profitable business without I Smiboaril announce a rate of one'nre nal Thodford'i Dlucfc-DrnnitLt, I I j'

wood of good growth probably under- novels has submitted to on Interview. risking money, flond a self addressed return '' for the round trip to l'on"aclIl",1Iu10110 mode by The Chattanooga Medicine ,
FORGE W. ALLEN, mined with phosphate nnd kaolin ; cottage "You find that It pays dou't you?" envelope for full particulars! to, A, and New Orleans.. latus of sill, Co. Sold by all druggists in t I'. t..

of 4 rooms. hall In center, 3U feet "You bet-In lots of ways. For instance Lea Wade, Goal Agt.!: ; (Q 75)) Boston,Mnss feb. 17th to :liilrd Inclusive, extension 23 cent and f 1.00 packages. '. I{
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, long, beautifully situated on brow of fnttl! limit be obtained to Mnroli llth. horses Ark. $' f
--- can I f
-II\ hill overlooking/ lake. Price $850; $(On I get paid for tho story?" permitted. The Seaboard offers I...im. t rocnromiiBil' .'rh.1'nrd'I.'Ir.. :/:. .
: WEST, FLORIDA. 'fliiitieV'oi! * Will cash, balance $:JHa( ) year,5 per cent interest "YI'H. According to the late Richard A. the only through Pullman Sleepingcar It..ahttAtohhchl.tlL..pltl.ho.Ui.(liu*..4 hi?* ....IIUot'' the t.MU .* t,II\4'4 ,\
practice (in the United States (cost! Col. Wise ':J.OOl( ). "Tuon the illustrations of the author service from Jacksonville to New U* r..in. 1 ..,or f.i. mr rklliln. "' d. I Iany
f nd State Courts. fj) un05IjT AT OU&IOXD, attractive two-story of a boo are worth house, piazzas, six: rooms completely the iihruse, "I 1 guess" to English: ; ram saver Iw ililii I to work without II .
,
ordluaiy artists? sleeper reservations and other I in.orma- on a e..t gf .bln. troMhlml with I i
furnished except silver and linen, lot so ridiculous I Is really Identical with .adlp.llnn. Tour mmlUlii U I \
S. BURNIIAM M. D. "Of course. tlon write to A. O, MacUonell, A. O. 1 ,I 1'1,; (
100x114, good !frontage on Lincoln the old cxpreHBlun! "I win" meaning A. Jacksonville Fla.Tourists' .U Ut kMH. m. .p. I .; i'
tool of rich fellow .
"Then Home a C. D. UtrABLiKD. r.i
.
avenue, .shade trees and shrubbery, "1 know.," The word "guess"! bus ---- -- ---- -- t. )i'
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, good repair, pleasantly situated. Hue comes along! and offers a fabulous sum changed Its meaning entirely In Nil If' Attention.
Hotel for the or.glnal drawings and wants an i r !
neighborhood, on river opposite' ,
land( hut hit eAmerica pnrtly preserved It In "I
Ear
Nose and Throat. Florida ask that ,
While
Ormoml ; cistern of 2,400 gallon capac Introduction to you and Invites you to visiting we you
where of courso the nativesuys do not fall! to buy' a bottle of Comfort, 1 I j ,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ity. Northern owner Is unable to occupy dine with him and your fortune Is
will sell all for $730; ; *:liM) cash, made and your future Is safe! It's a ''I guctm" when he Is more or lens the wonderful kidney, bladderand then t I'' I ,'1 ,

Ir\R. balance >fion a year. Key with AV. F. Nclieme, I tell and authorsare In a Bin to of certainty. There) are mnuy marlsm remtdv. For sale by nil drug iu '
great you. \
BOUGIITON'S Colby near by. Immediate[ possession. other examples of words that have glide B. !K. Wilson .'Ii: Hon, agents at t ,
fools who don't make the moat of
Chapin's Farm Agency, Herald building '' played fast and loose with "g" amid 'flu itavblle. '
It! Atlanta Constitution.
FLOATING O>lton.a..lI.; "w" such as guardian" and "warden -
DENTAL APARTMENTSon 1
"THE FLOKIO." one of the best ," ")lUllfCt'. and "ward" "gulchet": Seeds I t'"I'"I'"I'i"

the 'Dentos," known groves in the vicinity of St. Cancer Cured. and "wk'ket yA the Kind Il t', l

Augustine, beautifully located on King MJ- W. \V. Prlcketr, Smithunld, Ills., 4i r that Leads t
.
Now AT PALM J I?"ACII.Foley's street, within I 13 in inn tea walk from writes, Sept. 10,101)1) : "I had been suiterngseveral OurICOWullIIltloll.1olrs. i omt alld.sl.rs.nNolil I '
land hy
de Leon hotel about4 acres
,
Ponce : year with aoanceron my face, 1001 Mnail A aa.sI
with trees and rare flowering BV.. Evans Clearwater, Kan., i'4; i 1 ,
Kidney Cure orange which cave me great annoyance and un- HINIpHlll I teen U> I W { x
1
I plants and shrubs,2-story! house, I) high/ beatable: itching.: I was using Bullard's writes: "My husband. lay sick for three, appiie.ue, 1
likes kidneys and bladder right. double piazzas stable ot good doctois stated he E'u D.M.FtrrtACo.I IOtlrolt ,, h
rooms, ; Snow J.lnlmentrora sore leg, and through months; the battle, Mlch. '4t':' a ai
", size carriage house, etl'1 1valued "nlllllOptl"n.V" procured a of
/ in accident, rubbed some of the linimenton i 1
vf BO YEARS at ,12,1I00n few years ago/ : price now, the cancer, and as It gave me almost t.illiinl's' llorehonnil)) Syrup and It cured r J I '
EXPERIENCE V"0; : fil( ) cash, balance $2110: a Yl'ar. nstaot relief, I decided continue to use him. That was. six years ago, and since ofaE12 ? !

e :3 I per cent interest. Apply to Itev Martin I time liniment on the cancer. In a short then wtnlwaYIl kept a l bottle In the houso. ..-) iJ' 11 11f
w0. I1an'oxit.: Augustine, )Fin time the c.incer came out, my face healed \VfI cnnn-it du itlmut It !For couglm I
rr lair Ft'ltNhiIEh :SEASIIIRlCottage: up and there Is not thesllghrestaenr left. 'mil colds It ban li" equal.' :'J.'iC; COo; and : li't 0t f, t
A surf bathing and excellent flshirig, 1 bottle at II. II. Wilson A Son's. j \
near I[ have Implicit faith In the merits of this $1 o q g The Largest and Most Com. ,t/r I)
,,,11 ..I, fronting Light/ House avenue, 2-story! ; preparation nnd It cannot bu too highly -'-'- 4Joz r
.: t, '>>' house, double piazzas U rooms, which i ecoinmenilml." 2."c; ."0 and $1. For Ills Inioninln Cnmplrtrlr. Cured I J a n plate Establishment South. \ '
J't'
... : 'M' alone cootV: >00, stable, 2 lots land sale by B. U. Wilson A Son Titunllle.I ,fl'
TnPDE MARKS Price, ifl.-JHO:! with furniture; $4O> cash I "They tell me you have cured yourself o J GEO S HACKER & SON <
Y'M" "
4 DCCICNSCopvniQHrs .
of chronic hUKlID nIl' i i.
y Ei
;5 cent IlItt'rl'st.
Ac.lrifi balance #2"0 a year, pl'r I ( if \.rl...,.>.TH.->. cured." a J ,
Hancox owner, "Yes, I'm completely
,
lev.nrtln:
? I a nkoloh mid cl Borlptlon may Apply to JII
1 hi'lleve. to tn descended
:: claims.
: !?he
iri otir j| inlon I froe.. wliothAr iinprnhn.tlf St. Augustine, Kla. "It must be n great rt'lIefl""Helll'ff rJ E O ( .*' l
:
nntAntAhlH.. KuiKlhonkon OinttnnnlrnMHIiloiilial. I'nteiitli .- ASA;'\ itA. HALL," upon which from n king. I should, nay It was! Why r' \ j

';i kim! aunnrr through for smite luwurlntf A Co.Valenti.recl Baron de Bara expended much money. "Yes' Before her Briinilfiitb. struck I[ Ho awake half the night thinkinghow Q C\e to lya #2J u

,.. '. witliout, cbn*>tfe. tu the InipOHlnar. mansion, extensive grounds, It rich he was known as the t looker king" I used to suffer from It"-C'leve- =' s
corner lot on King/ street In perfect of White lions Fl.itll.-Cblcago; lieu.ord f;
;;;nfiC nm ri an. and Plain Dealer.
4I 1t repair. Price only $4M)0$1,011)cash.) ; -Heraltt. (I) --18" n

a .,IrIlinatrntedweekt7. nrumt ..I.. Apply to owner Kev Martin Haiirox, ; '
" ,
tnanths. $L Sold hyall' nawwlBBlerii.Co.3818 tUsrll tirll" Cures! 0 V s"
'r i'' C'lwpin'a Farm ,Agency Tendency of the Time"
itI1111': postpaid by
[ & "1" New Itching Humor I'er.einn .t :
. brancb atatq" 6II1':!' BU WMhlnuloP.t,). Herald[ building, Boston. The tendency of medical science Is toward 1..2
attractive residence Scrofula: ite.Hend : .
"MAGNOLIA the The Lost
preventive measuie
tANNER! SALVE on King street, wtth iron fence tbo.ight of the world U being given to uo rnoimy-dimply write and try 1;; of' i! .... --.. dAt
Fountain. Nearly opposite It Is easier and better to Rotonio Hlood Balm: at our expense. A 6 -
ha the and Boy the subject. = !. Ari" ,
J most eing hp" ,
world.HDNEY Sansara Hall A gem of a huiioe. Price prevent than to cure. It ban been fully personal trial of Blood Balm I Is better t;; : I

only -,8HO.: not half coat!: ; **X> 'a..h. demonstrated that pneumonia one of tho than n thousand printer) testimonials, so .. MANUFACTURERS OF '
D DISEASES Apply to Chapin's Farm Agency, Bos- most dangerous di eis: .,s that medical don't hesitate to write fora free sample. Ea a roa

ton. or toJ ev. Martin: JIaneoJC, anlnra : men have to contend with, HAil, St' :Augustine. by the use of Chamberlain' ula, blood poison, cancer, eating sores, en O ) =- %
.
WI'J.J.iT.BI.I:04fEU: ;: : /and profitable Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always results Itchlna skin, pimple, boil, bone pains, g' I
are the most fatal of all dU- [ A Florida business, building In from a cold or from an attack of In- swelling, rheumatism, catarrh, or nay ? CD }!Icnldiog c & Building Material r

repair, double store, postottlce, luenza (grip), and It has been observed) blood or skin disease, we advise yon to 'Ef
eases. good'tc Buyer would probably be appointed that this. remedy counteracts any tendency take Botanic Blood Ita'm' (It. H. II,), '=' Cftlce .t VVareroomii King, opfoilt 4< ,; : '
'postmaster hall above, of these diseases' toward pneumonia. Especially recommended for old. obstinate ] Cannon Street.: bl

F FOLEY' KIDNEY CURE Is I church, gpraisal i lean; stock at cost rdap- This has been fully proven In many ilcep sealed cases of malignant o :a Chariest] S. C. l

/also a small store" bu Iding thousands of cases In, which this remedy blood or skin diseases because Jlotanlc ,
Guaranteed ftedj Which always: rent well Few minutes baa been used during the great prevalenceof Blood Balm (B. It. li.) kills the poison I In ]i i i.s uf

walk from Ponce de Lpon Hotel Price colds and grip In recent years, and con the blood, cures where all else fall..*,helll.* : Q Sash Weights Cord and 1,

0: money refunded. Contains! :Vf;; real estate :iII t.-0i>part cash Picture he relied upon with Implicit confluence.'neumonU every Bore, makes the blond pure and : ; f ?.
fhapin's Farm Agency, Boston often result from a slight rich, elves. the skin the rich Blow of I Hardware. i '
medies recognized by tant !- mailed by cold when nodangerls apprehended until health. II. n, B.. the most perfect blood Erg '

for Mass. ____ It Is suddenly discovered that there U purifier matte Thoroughly tested I for au ';, t
physicians
;; as the best -- :,:; EfSEYERALI'EiL90V9OFCIIAR-: ; : fever and difficulty breathing and pains years (outs $I per Urge bottle at drug I Istores. 1. gyu"1 ta Window and Fancy Glass"A 'I'
each eau
Kidney In ,
and Bladder troubles. "T, aster iii aa.I thin IIt..a conntY reputation r"'lutredIG represent. In the chest then It is announced that To prove It cures, sample of I S $ SPECIALTY. t e
one dt =
(
PRICE SOc. and $1.00. anda.ivertiaesadeatabilahed. wealthy hnOneas:: the patient has pneumonia Be on the Blood Balm sent; by writing Wood Balm N '
U, U. house of 1IO ifu flnanrlil: .tamllnp.,alt" :0.6 to J1 In OO safe side and take Cbamtaraln's Couch Co Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and ? -- --- 11,1 ; ,1

"WltiSOX & 80S.FOley's Weekly with each exporaebdirect We n and care/ace/ when nwM.ary 1& always cures. For sale by all drug- ;:y"Tbl. is an honest offer-medlclba .
Honey; Tar References, Eaeiaed ...,..f..hlr"a Chlea.-".envetope.IWarborn lists and medicine dealers. sent. at once, prepaid. I t orchlldrenste,3ure. No opiates. i I
CUre::; colds Cuionlat CO aat I.U.
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?\\1 i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20. 1903.

of 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _______________.__________ I JAXKS. PBtTCHABD. President; W c. M. BROWN, Vice-Preaidett

BIRTHDAY.And C. S. SCHOYLKR, Cashier

BAST COAST ADVOCATE WASHINGTON'S- VElf STATFr

the Birtbplae* ot lh. CnlOd, state INDIAN BANK

.WU, LYJOaariAL:: DKVOTSDTO THB DMTBLOFMBX FIaR. ,
'
or THB IXDIAV BIYM. LABBWOBTH The day is i. fast approaching. Feb. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
.. .
A>D ISOATUB BAT .anosa.Pt7BU.SBD In
heart
22nd when nearly every
Dyspepticsare Authorized capital $ 1
turned to oo.co
States will be
the United
'
XVBBY FBIDAT.OJBABLBS Paid up capital -
of George Washington their earcleuness. $25Q0(
the own
memory made every day by
i H. W ALTOII. Editor A Pnbltobar.DUoontinuaoce and balls and parties will be given 'Cue that cased Constipation and Indigestion before A" Average deposits, $loo,00(

I galore. Yet there are very few in it become chronic. Take ------ .
fi of adTts. uoat be made per- the United States who associate Transacts a General Bankia
at tide cake or by' writing.
easily. with that great figure in our national 01 'S

Oh....,et ..may'be made payable' CBABLC history the name of old Sulgrave F\I1 4>IllS Business.
which I
H. WALTOX publisher. mancr, England a picture of wER ,

BOSTON orriCV-TMB EAST COACT AP.OoGATS hangs.in tbe ADVOCATE. office. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rlva!

baa opened an iiMmtat4..4 A Inoue avenue.Boeton Sulgrave is the English estate to the only remedy that assist Nature L and .,
father mad Tonic Pellets Exchange bought sold oq all f \
will In charge ot Mr. Claude which this republic owes a r n\m
whlc-li >e her Strongpurgative*gripe VJ i .
and does lICIt getiD way. Countries.lvF
C.'Walton. and a flag for it was Mrs. Betsy and make confirmed invalid Ramon's act gently -

of Philadelphia who present. J'Iotronajrtlappreclated. Prompt service ,,
hoes, of drup.S.mpl. pelf]
independent
i the
Information and leave system favor
___ In writing>the AOV'ATslor ideasfor trestmeutandevery: conNINtantVItti 001..
ed to George Washington the +.= s rvative banking .
.
t' of any'kind,the writer will oblige by'eoclos and Booklet Fr. S r gTlUllAlI.CORR.E81'ONI
national flag for the United' -
'DIf. itainped-ailitKaMMt envelope.4ddreta a >E TS:
TreatmentS
and she adopted his own I. d1 Complete rY1L M Seaboard National Hank of New York. ir.,1>,
States ..... days as eta yit r -.z national\ Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.
all communications to English coat-of-arms-tbe stars ." ../

EAST COAST TTTDSTIU.B...ADVOCATE rt oamA. and stripes-used for so many generations c.,..............0"""" 'r1TUSVILLIJ, FLA.


,Y ._._ --,- ". '- .- .- by his ancestors In Eng-

t M U7.-8.-department- of Agriculture Fla. land.manor bouse Those in who England live near where the old tbe TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

Weather Jlurenu-Jupiter,
ancestors of George Washingtonlived .

The following is comparative state-. and died may have never Sold by B. K. WILSON A 8OJ:: TITVSYIU.E.

meat of temperature and rainfall for the heard of Mount Vernon which the -- Wood, Goal Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

'II 8 week ending/ Tuesday Feb. 17, 1903. people of the United States always Mlddlebrook, Miss Katie Dittmar Mr.

-1903- -1902- speak of as tbe home of George Fort Pierce. Urford and Frank Blue, sons of the *
DAT*. MAX. BII3C. MAX.. Mm.n and
by a subsequent marriage
SI 82 74 5!) 38 Washington. groom humb'e scribe. The bride wore a Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick...

?N 13IS 79 04 07 0SO Writing the ADVOCATE: from the Mr*. W. F. Richards of Eden, spent lovely your costume of black silk and white ,

80 71 01' north some time ago a prominent Sunday with friends In town. chiffon with scarlet geraniums and green Offices foot of Uogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.262

14 80 73TO 71 73 45 0S3 New Yorker said : The change In the weather this week,,, leaves at the corsage and In her hair;she
1S 79 make. overcoats comfortable.A. looked very picture of sweet dignity J. K. }3IUNNERLTN General Manager.;
when Americans very
70 The Ume come
70
ItS 84 may and radiance while the groom. In conventional -
+ 17 TO 51 61 41 will make pilgrimage In honor Wash E. Trowell left, Saturday for Daytona black looked his happlneos _
r. Total rainfall for the week: 0.03 ington. not to Mount Vernon In the to have some dental work done. and contentment. After the abort Impressive -
rainfall for tbe United State, bus 8111"raye. ID North
D.parturefromnormal
'n and the order of congratulation -
ber home Capt. A. J. Nesbltt left, Monday, foi ceremony & Baker
,,, week: minus 0.031 Inches. Departure amptonshire England manor were over, Mrs. Castle our MeMurray
the old a tew day in Jacksonville on a bnsinesi I
) from normal rainfall since January 1, and her church. On the walla of charming hostess, assisted by Miss Katie ,
and the church at Sul-
plus 1.7 inches. manor house on trip.Rev. Dittmar served dainty refreshments
HA.L. P. TURD-ir, Obserrer.ml grave Is the coat-of-arms which furnished Stnrgesa held service In the Baptlst consisting of sandwiches, delicious hot
for the Stars and 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
the Idea present
church to
.
---- --- I Sunday large congregations. coffee and two kind of cake. The groom
Stripe It la tbe Inslgnlam of the old .
and :
I* a gentleman of sterling qualities :
of i -Makera and Jobbers of-"-
Washington.
Tux cold hat and family
wave come
: business attainments, and the
the not sound so I Tbe mackerel fishing baa been quitebrisk splendid
name
Suljzrnve- may
gone, and only the most tender strangely to Americana a few yearn from recently large quantities being hearty congratulation of the whole community I I

vegetation was hurt in tbs vicinity now- Is near ilelrodon Station. The old caught dally. of tbe are extended best and to dearest him In valentine his capture ; Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material]

of Titusville. manor house stands notfar from the rail- ,
and
Harry Jennings family, accompanied while his bride 18..a prominent and popular -
road. Suit-rave, tbe house and estate by Mr. Saylor and Art Saeger,., society woman being a talented musician Saddlery Rubber Tires.
THE Italian Commission which waa given by King\ Henry VIII to a roan. were chopping/ In town, Monday.The of unusual ability and of a charming .
whose daughter married the son of Laurence
recently made a study of yellow Washington. Washington was Library Association at their usual personality. The happy couple were First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

r fever in Brazil, rejects tbe theory twice Jlaytor of Northampton. The business meeting, a few days ago de- the recipients of many handsome and
1 that tbe disease is transmitted by bride's father turned this property over cided to purchase new books in tbe near useful presents. May peace, prosperity
to Laurence Washington about the year future. Our excellent librarian, Mrs.. and happiness attend their wedded life
mosquitoes. Now, what are we goIng 1539. Until 9 Sulgrave remained in Castle, report some substantial donations throughout all tbe years to come and East Coast Lumber & Co|
to do about these divided opinions tbe hand of the Washington family. to the library -and quite generous may their.shadow never grow less. Supply

of experts?' Laurence Washington had a family patronage. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAlston's

consisting of seven daughters and four Archdeacon B. f. Brown held services Rapid Calking Tool now In use
Yard at EAU TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.
GALLIE
A RUMOR is going tbe round. that son. His wife died In IfXM. and a brass In St. Andrew church on Sunday whena by boat owners In the United State

It was tbe Florida Railroad Commission tablet In Sulgrave church marks her restIng large congregation/ was In attendance to Price $4.0O and $8.00 each at the ADVOCATE General Office at Eau Gallte Fla
place. LAurence Washington passed
that compelled the Florida away In 1587 and his son Robert succeed llslen to aa excellent conformation ser office Titusville Fla. We carry everything In building material Including sash and doors builders' hard-
The and
head of the family.It mon. singing/ was first-class ----- ware, Masury' Paints and Varnishes Parold and Neponset Roofingand
East Coast Railway Co. to reduce ed him aa tbe the offertory solo by Miss Francis Mooreof
the traditions of the Building Paper Orders promptly attended to.
I II among manor /
their passenger rate to three cents. North Carolina was greatly appreciated -
Elizabeth visited Sul
that once
mile. We however are under Queen by all who were present. Boarding.
per /grave and passed a night there. It I*
the impression that 1 it was Mr. II. said that she joined In. game of bide The dearly beloved mother of Messrs.A. .

C M. FlagUr that was tbe cause of and seek, and a large closet I 18 still shown N., Frank and Harry Sample passed Desirable people who wish a pleasant Hodges <& O'Hara
this much reduction. aa the place In which she bid. away Monday night, after a few weeks ,
appreciated Prosperity did not smile upon the IIIn_. The devoted father and sons plane to stop at while In West Palm ...Manufacturers and Dealerstin...
Washington, and In the year 1010 Rob- left, Tuesday night with the corpse for Beach will. find MINARET COTTAGE,
r c IF some of our brother editors Washington and his son Laurence North Carolina their former borne. The on Olive street, between Evernia and Rand CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

F would spend half BO much time in sold Sulgrave Manor to a relative Law. bereaved family have the sympathy of Fern, just such a place. Nice clean Dressed

Pl Advocating good roads in Florida rence London.Makepeace.Mr. Makepeace the left Inner the Temple, the trouble.entire community in their great rooms, neatly furnished; comfortable Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles/ etc.

.. do in it property f Mill and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices delivered
they dabbling politics
to his son Abel who sold It In 1639 to beds; good wholesome food; VERY
v would St. Valentine's day was made notable to any part of tbe State. Address: Hodges O'Hara Buffalo Bluff, Fla
much better
be for our state. Robert Washington and his
a stranger. by tbe celebration of a prettj home wedding moderate prices are the recommendations. -
It seems out of place to be keeping son, after the sale of the house of their
which took place at 8 p. m. The Only a limited number of room-
father took their home In Brlngtoo
wtbe political pot" boiling through. In the,county np of Northampton a few, contracting/ parties were Mrs Elizabeth era can be accommodated. Table. board The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
llartstone and Mr. O S Hlne. Mr. 4.
out the year, instead of waiting until mile from Sulgrave. a specialty.

aa tbe campaign is about to begin.ATTORNEI'.GEMIEBAL Laurence the son of Robert Wahing C.the Dittmar performed of Mrs. Castle the ceremony sister of the In MRS. FRANK DARLING a YAiiifk
presence
it ton, had three sons William Robert and bride and ber husband Mrs. Beatrice West Palm Beach Fla. "VV'ol.::: A. Sours: cSc Co
Laurence fellows of Braaenose College
Cunneen of
----
Oxford, England. The last Laurence
Albany N. Y., has written an opinion Washington bad two sons,Juhn and Laurence GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
In which he holds "that the offering who emigrated to America about ,

r, of a pus to a member of the the sear 1G.V7, two years before the family Launches !

t legislature is a misdemeanor; and : ered.connections John Washington with Sulgrave was the were great sev Supplies Flour. Grits Meal and Fertilizers!

n that its acceptance by the legisla. grandfather of our "Father Ills Country .T. I. VtS. M 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
tor would constitute a misdemeanor ," OeorlteVaablnlttoD..
and make him subject to forfeiture Over tbe door of the halt of the manor Agta. for Purina, Feed. Warehouse on tracks of S. A. L. R'y.. and Plant System]

of his offlce." Does this house at Sulgrave Is tbe Washington coat Edison Batteries.Standard:; ,
-of-arms. It consist of a shield bearing
also apply to Florida? three stare and across it are two stripes. Hydra .

Not far from the manor house I la a atone P. :Rvihlxnaii c& Co.
I HERE: is a chance. for some good, pathway to tbe left, which lead up to QUICK ACTION DYNAMOS, SPARK COILS SWITCHES ETC.
Florida the old church. Before tbe entrance of
energetic boys who want a *> /
the edifice Is a handsome porch. There
college education of the first water. Is an outer door of strong OMk. and opposite 261 Washington St J l NEW YORK.

At a recent meeting of the presidents It another and older . Y.

of Southern Universities and bear the coat-of-arm of the old familyof .

other prominent educators held in Washington. The family pew are In .. .. -
---- -- --- ---- --- -- --- ---- HEADQUARTERS FOR ANCYFloriddr -
the center of the church and near tbe
Atlanta to consider the matter of chancel. In front of the first pew are

tbe Cecil Rhodes fund scholarships four of the original seven brass tablet : : C>ran.ges:

etc.. President A. A. Murphree of One of them bears the coat of arms. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

the Florida State College, was made Another tablet has the legend that the tend: : ;;..: a.perr"1.d.: : 't. .
body of the first Laurence and his wife,
ex-officio chairman of a committee Amee, rest there. Four of the brasses We several of the 4nd ]
which he is represent largest Bhippers in your State wish to represent
empowered to appoint, sere stolen. A member of the family In Connection with Florida East Coast Railway. Effective January 14, 1903. -
.1l whose duty it will be to choose In had a facsimile of one of them made and you also. Give us.a trial shipment. Established 30 ;years.
such a way as it be two placed It on 'the wall of the manor house. No. Ht I No. 391 Nn, at t REI N EEN JACKSONVILLE AND NEW Ya IC f No.29L M 31 I No.33.
may proper He had the remaining/: brasses securely 7 tap f1 alp, a 45 a L.Js,kwuvtlle. Via..ttuuthern Ratlway.Ar v to s 9 dip 7 40p
Rhodes scholars from Florida who fastened down the stone. 19 St . ..... %
hall attend on 9 66 a 1 J 3d a 0 91 Ar Carlotta, '1... ... Sdutheru Radway ....L. a to p 4 d)a S 301e ESTABLISHED 1870.
college at Oxford Entering the chancel there can be seen
..... .
l i 35 a I Ar chmon a. Scut ern way v I9op .. Il05pY
England, for three on the right and left sides of the wall the
r years receiving bo p IO 16 a 7 40a Ar tVaehlnrtoo D. V..Southern Rittway.L. lost. 9 31 p I a Sup
the sum of $1,500 annually from narrow and uncomfortable seats provided 1135p 1113. 0 001 ArKdUmoreMO..Pennsylvania a'y.Lv 9Y2a 6 71pfa:9p
for the Mars' who sat there before the IMta I3.p ii ... .... a6.4 atop so6p M. Lane & Son
the Rbodea fund.A time of the tint Laurence Washington.The .13 a 4 11 1 U p Ar New York Peno.ylvania Ky. ....Lv 1915. 19 IOp I S Sop
stone carving of Edward III and of ,o..3* and 39-"TheS..uthem Ira nii.d arrIYe. sly except Mom an i daez ,
cepe Sundays. Na,at and-"New Yora and Florida Ezprv.e." tidy Dming Can.Now. .
cursory glance over the golf his wife Phtllppa, placed near the ceiling .211 and 30.-"Waabinaton snd Florida ldmtted:' Uauy.
links ADVOCATE show that the church wa built or N...I S... ii I lIfotn Jack.UI.at.d tbe North an.1 W..c No. 1_ 1'0"0.11' 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW TORE.
by an tells
reporter I rebuilt In the reign, of those sovereigns. 910&: $ 7 "'\p ....I"uIIYI1I..FIa ....... Southern Railway.! .... .. Ar II 30 a a O"'p'
r him that nothing marks the adVance Sulgrave: church wa restored In 1S&' 3Mp (its Macon. G1 .................. S..utltemR..llwa'.Ly 1 lea toop
of this State toward modern 'There I le an exit from the church through at"PI d) a IlL.Atlanta, .. .......... Southern ..L.10 IIIIp 10tll. Southern Fruit and Produce
I 1 1I 104-\P 11.\ a Chattan.'IfIIo Tens ....... "'.,,"hern Railway ....... ....L. I 15 P a 118 a
lr civilization more than the presenceof a small door In the tower. This door.way T 11II. T 3)P r CInelnn.tt Uhl.... ........ Vueen R: ('...-01...... .... I... B :11I a II lip _
the scarlet-coated I leads to a narrow and stony path by Ti:: T3IIPLY! C.'lncln..atl ... .............. k.1t ont..A -Tl 4 a"II o6
golfers to be i which one may reach the street. Here I3I'p I r 10. Ar CAlcago. I11.................. Jill( Four........ ............L. S 30 I!. t no p p
1'd1 eeen at J Jacksonville St. Augustine are the remain of an old castle torn Ti S;FP I:.Clnetnnat Ohio ............ hnh..ol.' ...ues. ... ......r a 45a 1'0 p OOzo.tO..issio: Merchas: .ts.
t'f'' Magnolia Springs/ Orraond Palm down In the reign of Henry II. Not far 1 1 '!! U.UI_ ....... ... .. .. 1lnu.1lvanla Uoe..Ar 1I..lp 10lO aTi
Iteach and Miami\ i away I la the vicarage. .-1g2..I.S Ohio ............ CHa 11-Moon....... .. ....A 1411a 11001>
j, I. with their mystic Many of tbe citizens of Sitlgrave vlllage & p ...... ...... CU.IM"non.>> ....... ....Lv coop 1200n4fPl FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
jargon and their putters brassies delight In the name of Washington. 9o 0 tY\'i: morel Ohio ............ -H-iI'JlITCbllf"D: enFinTAr -clMa- +p
l 9: ::10 I' I 101. Ar Tol..h,. C H a I1o-Mlebhl.Central L. I II M I' a :rte
mid-irons lofters niblick. and At tbe time of the wedding of Princess 4 :lU P T 31) a Ar Detroit WI..h..... .... ... C H.'= D-Mlcblll.o Central v to 00.J!.. 1:1: A7 P P Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
other Implement., taking full con- May and the Duke of York the corporation -.:w i -i-oop :v Clnetnnat .Gn a ............ P..Da.yl..IaUaH..Ar. 3R a Tao"Pf. ..
trol of land that not sent a* a gift to the royal couple an S 41. ..1M.Arl'ltUh..rll.I'a._ ............. l..aa.71.anlaUn..lr 15p 100. _. .. _e-::=
many yearsa oak cake stand on which was carved the 8 30 a 1131)y L.t'lnclnn"tl.Ublo ............ nil( Four......... ..... ... ...Ar S 50 a i 60'p
o were the camping grounds of coat-of-arms of the Washington aeop .48a ArC1e..a.t.Oblo.' ....... ..... Blgpour..L. 1301' I:1Mp:
the Seminole Indians the bear deer '"These then are tbe Washington T30a 130 P Ly 1A"lnKto..KJ''...'.' ........ Souther[Rai way '......... ..Ar t045. 16-.0. Mason M. Clark
wild LO % s I Up Arl..leyill.. KJ'' .... ......... g..utb..rnRalI...'......... ...(.. T40a T2 p
cat, panther and other wild arms said the Princess.Thilremark ..!m a ArSt 1..1.. Mo................. .Southern &I..7..L. 10 HI' S ut a ,

ti animals. When the editor of t tjils Is frequently quoted with ....... I- p Lv 1A"lnlfwn. Ky .............. .Southern' RalI.a'............Ar 1048. ........
find time great pride by the men of Snlgrave. ..'''' 530p Ar LouIe..I11... K7'.............. ",nn..I..1&Un....... .,. .L. 7401 ......
paper can to indulge in And other ........ T Sr a Ar Chlago, W................. "'nn.yl..U.L. 1140 a........ Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
1 this so, among things we .
new-fangled outdoor sport in Soe.'and 4--' tcagoan, Florida 8J'f't'1e1" a vr. daily except Monday l eaves W lyeacept.nays. :
Florida be will try to start are indebted to "our cousins across Plnlnlr_'". S.13 and -TMFlorida Limiest"dall.. liming e...
a. links on tbe Delespine a golf tbe sea" for our "Father of his N'0.3OI.' .Tbr-lUlfb Land of tlHr Sky..No.' : I No.' I..So.1.11'get."as.vtll..5 K.... CIt'.IN", .ii Nq 8 SPECIALTIES :
Grant just Tll/lpL./ : .rack..I1..I'Io. >. R y..A r 071st. .lackn.IIr.: R,. '
south of Titusville where we have Country our flag,our language and a xfi.Lv, Savannab.o.' Ry ...Ar a S rep ITI'r.L.Macos..Po. '..Arl'I.I"'p) I
1 land for tbe our principal laws.Foley'a 1 A.hevtIIe ....ctn. Ry..L. -1$ slop '..... .. ,.. / Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
galore
purpose of golfing 2: Sopl.ar Hoc eprtaga.tto.' Ry..Lv It 4. 0 3M 11 4saAr; Blnnln ltam..tIo.B,..LY 41up It:lOp
and displaying the red coatsa 5 Ia&ArClacanatl..Q: aC..Lv ;......./ )......_. .. .. S ....
Honey and Tar cure the cough ...... T.... A r Kss...City...Fr111CO..L. a :11\1. ..... Florida
worn in this exhilarating" game of caused by attack of la grippe. It heals 1'1.' ...U and 1-Tbe Flori... UalDai.Ir.: Dialog cars.H. Oranges and Grapefruit.



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!DL RELiABLE Stuart.- Eden OEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.\


Stanley .1VI.A. :B <>S.
to bebuotlan Kitchlng made a business trip The Card Club was entertained by Mrs. .

{ the evening. on 'ihursday, returning in W. F. Kiobards lost Thursday evening.Mr. .

Lou BIcFarland I and Mrs. S. F. Webb went to Palm WHOLESALE GROCERS,
and wife arrived this I Beach last Saturday lor a few dayo* visit.II. .
week on their annual winter visit.
They
:0 are stopping with Harry Dyer. W. Richaids and family were pleas Fruit and Produce Jobbers
ant visitors to this place lost Satuiday
:
Nearly
))0 everybody throughout the pine and Sunday.
apple section reads the
ADVO
newsy
))0 CATE. You can see it everywhere. Samuel Willraan came down from Fort : ...

Pierce, Wednesday, for a visit of neveral i ., '_'___4" Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

The yawl, Princess, Capt. Clemson days: to his daughter, Mrs\ W.F. 1 lohafll LOOK\: TO YOUtt EYES.If .

inV dropped command anchor, with In a our lively harbor party on aboard Filday.W. ,. C. A. Robinson's launch took a jolly suffering from any eye defects oc weak WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. : f

party to the Inlet last Saturday. They sight call at my new well-appointed optical
I.
Ilardiraau and wife arrived on caught plenty of ilsh and had "the lime Institute. bpeclal, complete lenso PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Thursday for an extended visit. They of their lives." grinding outfit in connection.Du. "
Seed Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In ;
are stopping at the Bessey house They season.Wo ,"i
,
V : are from Nashville John Miller's row boat went adrift on E. II. ARMSTRONG, t
Tenn
solicit of Fruits and VegeUblosv. \
consignments
Monday night. It was not securely fastenod ll'Laura St. Jacksonville' Fin. J

;11 A. L. Lane joins the list of ADVOOATK and the wind blowing very hard --- ------ ------------ --- --- -- __ ____ _o _.____ ______,.___________
reudera at this place. Mr. Lane la In the fiorn the west took it to the other shore.Rev. .'
boat-building business, and has a flrstclaas i i' Melbourne. :"' .
oil! marine railway connection. i F. W. Wwatheiwax went to Sebastian Tibbals.
,
!
001
Pure to hold service last Sunday morn- TIRE-D AND I'
Absolutely There was a dance lit Wesley Smith's lug, and Rev. C. Divfendorf! of the Lutheran OUT. I
I> SUBSTITUTE new house, at the tomato farms, Friday church preached here. Kveryotie J. T. Waters has among; his l.trge collection :r Subscriptions for tho AMVOCATK:, WORN i

WE IS W night. Quite number of young people fortunate enough to be there enjoyed of plants, a beautiful black calla the pink paper of the East Coast, will be "
attended and rupoucd an eniojable time. the service very much. lily, now in bloom, which Is attracting received at the Melbourne Postofllco 'N
much
attention.
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-- -- Gordon Pink and Jerome Twichell are Rev. }'. W. Weather war sailed down
- out lu tlio wuods with their MeIlMMI. Green and Brown of Ohio OOODE A OOODK.-nonl KnUt ant Tonnn.Aurmit \
The ,
,
Sound. guns from Fort Pierre last Monday\ In a flsh- for -tn. I.omlun *u Hobe boys ui o all walling" to sue what they will boat. Tim d .y wits very windy and have been the guests of Mr. lntlMr"V.. Olnlie: Providence Wellington, anil Sun KlreInsurance. -::
Y biiug back, and to h ar them tell about squally.VbjD nit John Miller's place II. Harris for several day 'l'boy.re/\ HM| InturuHt of oounmldeaU.DU '
It. much pleased with burg. *
and T. B. Allen spent the sail tore out of the ropes, and there our

B. Jefferson Gilberts Bar, fishing. Will\ McCotmlck and wife stopped off t of the trip had to be made on foot. Minn Clarrow Fosslll, who Is now the r,. A. P EKK-I'll viici Air Ann 8nnol
lay lit on Filda.v evening, and SJlCIIlt boll urday The Tea Club held guest of her cousin, Miss Kngland, purchased M lbnurna. Eall Ualllu, Tueatl.y
the house warm- a very pleasant amt Friday. afternoons. ,
*. here, leaving the .
,II'various reason same ullolht tui Jupiter. meeting last Wednesday, at the home of a line saddle pony lastvoek,
T, A, snldei's has been postponed.in They have a winter home at Cocoanut which will add much to her pleasures
.It Mrs. A. D. Merwin, who is a very charming The Messrs. Hadley and others have
Giove.We .
Cabot, Mrs. John Grant's mother, hostess, and assisted by her mother, while here. gone out west on the St JOhns prarle on Women Need
her bouse and furniture at Majportiroyed notice the ADVOCATE'S! Jensen Mis. Hammond, on this occasion, made Miss Gertrude England has been pre a hunt.Mr. .

b> fire lust week. conuiipoudttnt say s i\ food deal aLloutJeolien'il the afternoon one of great pleasure to sented by a friend in New York with a and Mrs\ Dow a nol n lady friend,
/ inlet. Hope he will nOl stop her guests. Mrs. W. F. Kiohards entertains beautl.ul and constant supply of blood-maklnpt material
blllldo Coons a
with !Ill'. and Mrs. T. B. Tramps from Waiikeg&u, III, have rented the
62 llh\l'd||
lie Y us tiom Hailing at bauu Lucia Inlet the club break down.
left the dock at Cocoanut on 25th.: will be taking chances In entering her Chaftoo cottage for the winter. or their systems will
'a ahllard, I when we go do"*, u there. door yard In the future. The complicated female organism Is
for Palm Beacn- The lemon and lime trees '
are
?la, Tuesday Colonel orange/ Mrs. John Iltitohlns, of Chattanooga; so delicately adjuttted l as to be t'usIIJl'thrown
Edith 1'urdv] has been quite In- Tenn. Dudley and wife, of Nashville, all In bloom; trees full of young mulberries Miss Gertrude England still continues Tenn with her two blight. Bonn, Are out of balance. \II''a result,

!,ttle and nt ouo time pneumonia( was ,. am stopping at the Bentiey botol. ; mangoes/ full of bloom : pineapples to improve her recently purchased pro spending, the winter In the Bouter cot health and itreugtli ore all cltlll by
,,,,8cd, The Colouel Is a lu the Him of
pitiiner as large as one's fist the wind
; She l Is shod erect
Pad-lie la In attendance.o perty. now having a tage on the bill ft. divers dl el\lM.8. Motherhood, family/
d. Dr. Grey & Dudley hdidwaie meichants thwest and
noi the weather man saying ed over two ncros of pineuppleb and a ber
KHng came down on Sunday ono ol llie laigest,, coucel'nsln lh" bouth. calmly "freeze." We would feel blue If Dice packing house built, preparatory to A. B. Taylor's new house Is notirlng strength society all that levy moat nucli women drains bienk upon under

Gomez, to pass judgment; on the Mr.\ and Mrs. Verplanch and Mrs. we had sense enough, but thank fortune the shipping of her crop In the spring. completion. Mr. Taylor has made extensive the uervoun tension. The denmtids
over which he en- we haven't and feel cheerful Improvements on his Melbourne
as ever
ing orange grove Stuart and son, Inglis, lett, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. K. T.. Bennett, of Oak property this season. upon her nervous strength are much
mo.int.. 'i evening, for points south. They will A party of tflght people In an open mil Farm, Lowell, Mich., are In town, greater than, similar tleninnda of the
Knight, a cousin of Guy Hardy, I stop oil at Palm Beach to see the many launch stopped here last Friday to spend guests; of Rev. and 1\1\ rs. L. J. Sawyer. The launch Dreamer, Capt. S. Martin, opposite sex. Hence she niimt be tip-
ves for India next week to rejoin his attractions there. From Palm Beach the night at the Netherby, They could Both Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are exceedingly has carried. number of pleasure parlies piled l In greater measure with tlie element

intent, after a two month leave of i ieace. they will go to Miami.R. not get accommodations there, and went well pleased with the East Coast of this season, to Melbourne Beach and to -Iron-that gives strength. The> i I
I to the Al Fresco Jensen. The launch other points of interest. women feel tired and worn out
, L. 31 and daughter of Savannah on Florida: and of this locality In particular.It reason
) hat sunny little body, Fannie Rice, i made a few ay hours' visit on,Saturday andSunday ran afoul of a snag and sank, and their Is to be hoped that In the near future Paitles who want to engage rooms for and sutler from headache, piiiusln the

J ,es this week for Louisville, Ky., too : coming on the evening train clothing and provisions of all kinds were they may be prevailed upon to become the two weeks of the Chautauirun should back nnd limbs, eto., Is because! they

her spring season She will\ return and returning on the morning train. Air. spoiled. Seems as If someone ought to permanent residents of our rapidly. gi'owing write to O. J. 1<.. Campbell, Melbourne, have uM..1 up their supply of caused Inm.

throe: weeks, for a few days only. May used to be agent heie lor the F. K. be liable for damages when a public dock village./ for Information about same. Menstruation trouble la largely.
Is so unsafe; two boats caught in urt. Clias. Osgood and her sister, MJssIrley C. Ky., sevei'al years ago. Much to the drtlght of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mm. W. W. Drlnkwater anj

bade their friends adieu on Sun- Our little burg was never livelier than. The Vagabondia was a sight for eyes Hairy Jennings, Mis. Jennings'; brother two sons, of'| Kokomo, Ind., are nicely
L lid started for "Way Down Mobile"\ it l Is this season. Ono reason for this is that have looked In vain for a steamboat and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Say lor, located in the Barnes cottage, ,taking Dr. Harter'sIron

I a visit, prior to returning home the increased number of tourists, and for several years.' It was a good sight to ot Allentown, Pa., arrived here last week, their meals In Hotel Carleton.Mr. .
see, and to hear her whistle In response and will spend sometime as their !Clients.
} he hearts of all here are sore dlstresajover another reason Is on account of so many to a salute made our hearts beat most Mr. and Mrs.\ H.iylor:' have been spending and Mrs. J. D. McLean, of Pit tabu Tonic
the knowledge of Miss _Abble tomatoes being planted. There Is a large 1'a. are pleasant at Hotel
I too fast for comfort. The only thing we the winter here for several years, and rg, guests
[ou'8 serious Illness with typhoid fever. Increase of traveling men. Carleton. They are due nuudGlans and
have against therallroad is that it drove have a host of friends who always welcome
r arrival was looked forward to last this adds much to the social hours of the supplies this element. It enriches tbe
John Mlchales will read the ADVOCATE our steamers.away. They were a comfort them.
urday. Mr. and Mrs. PItou left 1mKiiately If slow. Those love evenings. blood and restores what strain baa
from now on. It is surprising how many even they were
for New York. Mr. and Mrs F. 1\\(. Hudson have decided used up.
of our residents take the pink paper. Mr. ly trips we used, to take were indeed a that walls to The ladles of the Congregational church Augusta, Ark., May 10, loot.

d IB. Jefferson went to Gilberts Bar, Michales has a beautiful pineapple plan pleasure. May the time come when a hard oil, finish they and prefer painted having the will\ furnlsli Ice cream and,I cake, Saturday "After bavlnc aotd Dr. Hartcr's remeills*
Inday, to meet his father and ex-Presi- tation fronting/ on the tit.:! Lucle liiver, steamer trip will ba one of the possible are DOW which afternoon and evening at the Fee ANesbltt : for thIrty yea.. 1 "an cbeorfullr ranomnmudriD.
few Chas. Woodward's. pleasures of the long summers. Interior of their dwelling painted, __ tb m. I might edd that 1
t (Grover Cleveland for a days adjoining looks very neat as far as completed. On building at the end of the city '::" -w9 lioldlnsperlulfuvorDr.tlnr-,

iing, accompanied by T. B. Allen.at Tomatoes, beans, pineapples, strawberiies T. :J. Ilemphlll's packing louse: was Monday, they received a large; collection 'pier, the proceeds to.go towards furnishing tcr'a Iron Tonlo,and would

an ill wind, and our party met fish, etc., etc., aie being shipped set on fire by a passing train lost Friday of the best varieties of roses and ornamental i the parsonage. ,. twit preparation iwoommvnd of Iron It u I tbtry am _oqulnted -

th i little success.bo daily by express. The service is better morning, and burned to the ground. The plants, which will add to the appearance )lr. Chandler, of Boston, with his with. To w..k, wllrn-oua

the presence of their neighbors and than It ever was, the morning tram taking fire was so hot that a passenger train was of their beautiful home mother and sister, are among the. delight* woman and tbna troubled and with pal,n tnla rouancM --

loclates, last Saturday at 3 p. m., Mrs. all local packages and the 2:28: : train detained twenty minutes until It was safe Rev. L. J. Sawyer preached to a largo ful visitors to Melbourne. They are now blood, I,bell poor.y dllfe.tlnn.. I It to be a punucnu.

fcy Hardy christened their cruising taking through vegetables, eto. to pass. The building contained quantities congregation In Jensen last Sunday af snugly settled in the Ooode cottage for "1. B. WII.KCRSOBrofglit.."
) 11,the Norseman. Tea was served of crate material,nails, paper, eto., a season, nnd are charmed 1 with all the
and
Joseph Jeiferson, the celebrated actor, It total loss. ternoon. The sermon was strong .laat. akna iMll-waUl I..a'a.' .)
and tools. was a A I many sights they see In Melbourne.A .
the later in true English
pretty
I
\, Bungalow Dr. and his valet, Carl, came up on Monday little Insurance Is a good thln While forceful, and wus listened to with Intense ---- .- -- .- .. -- ----.._
Iblon. Among those present were, morning and spent the day tlshing at. It would nut replace the building It attention by all piesent. The people of very delightful] surprise party was :
II hon Sirs. 1'urdy, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jef- Gilbert Bar with. President Urover would help. There Is so much danger Jensen ai'e to be congratulated on their given at Hotel Carleton' on February Eau Gailie.

Miss Le "r, Miss Snider, T. New- Cleveland. Mr. Jefferson will come up from fires everything Is so dry, and with choice of pastor, as Mr. Sawyer has proven 10th, In honor of Meorge Stephens, of

In Banner, Mr. and Mis, T. A. Edward Snider, again on :tiatuiday, weather permitting. ten trains. day, It keeps the watchman himself to be a scholar of rare abil Tltusvillo, Pa., who. with his pleasant -
ipt, Knlgur, KuKBell Yates, small fires. ity. The line music In connection with wife, spend* their winters In Hotel Carle- The Mlnne-haha lIon Hodgson's ways
lilbern''' Mr. and Mrs. John Grant and I Launch and sailing parties are to be. ,busy putting out tliuse services Is also of great' value. The ton. The dining; table WHS beautifully\ belnlC painted and overhauled. ..... *.'
in numbers.
Marie. seen on the liver daily, choir Is under the management of Mr. decorated with {lowers, ferns and pnlms
Boating seems to be obtaining/ a strong A NIGHT AI.ARM.-Worae than an Bunker, who Is ably assisted by Mrs.Hurdoe and 7fl/ candles, telling; the age of this Archdeacon B. F. Brown was tbe guest
Winter coughs al'o apt to result In conniption bold upon our people. The yacht race alarm of fire Is the brassy cough of croup, Mrs. Young aud Miss Hlllyer\ popular 1C'lest.Vben Mr. Htephens entered of the Hotel Granada on8unday| \lost.
, If neglected They can be soon on the 21sc promises to be a very Interesting which sounds like the children's death
, with Mrs. J, C. Baohus organist. the dining; room, and found this The 1'lrate, Capt. Oothout owner snil
>ken up by using Foley's Honey and affair, as there will be several new knell and It death unless something
/ means grand surprise la honor of his birthday In command, Is In our harbor for a few
R. E. Mlms of lionaventure
r. Sold by B. It. Wilson & Son. entries. ___________ is done quickly Foley's Honey and Superintendent he was very much effected and delighted: days.
of Public Instruction, several
The most reliable preparation for kid Tar quickly never cures fails the to worst frjve instant forms of relief and days In this place, lost week spent, as the with It all.Kidney The J. F. P., Mr. Powell's schooner Ison

Jensen. ney troubles on the market Is Foley's Mrs. I'. L. Cordler of Mannlngton croup.Ky. guest of J. '1'. Waters. Mr. Mlms made Hodgson's ways being overhauled and
Sold B. K. Wilson &|Hon. In behalf complaint kills more people ,
by
Kidney Cuie. !: a thorough canvas of this section palnud
writes: three year old glilhad; a severe
S case 0 If croup; the doctor said she of our public schools, which will enable than any other disease. Thlt Is due to Messrs.\ 1'leroe and Taylor spent Monday
Our thermometer to 40 last him to better make Improvements the dlnoase being so Insidious that It gets at to the
got pown St. Lucie. could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's night Asplowall owing
lesday night, but there was no frost, Honey and Tar. the first dose gave quick In our school, and keep it on an even a good hold on tle system before It Isrecognized. I. heavy winds.
''id our at the footing with the speedy development of ; l. Foley's Kidney Cure will pre
1 planters are still smiling relief and saved her life." Refuue sub / Captain Bennett's launch Is in dally
mpect of that big crop this season. Sold B. R. Wilson & Son. this part of the county. While here he vent th i development of fatal disease if The vessel' Is tlio
The friends of Mr. Monroe are pleaiftd stitutes. by : won the confidence and best wishes of taken In time. Hold by Wilson &: Hon.Georgidna. I use by our guests. Just
HUr.! and Mrs. Shepard, of Chicago, to know he Is improved so much In health all whom he met and have craft for Jojiy excursions
express
many
HWMd through our city this week. They as to be around again, also Phil. 0'Brian.A Cocoa.Miss ed themselves as believing him to be an The Rev. DuBose and family, of Melbourne

Ita making the water route to Palm large party of prominent and wealthy ablo and conscientious ofUoer. Mr. Mlms were calling; upon frlones In Eau
kach. They did not remain long enough.Ijpe the bt. Oallle afternoon last.
Philadelphians, belonging; to made several very complimentary remarks oa Hunday

they will coma again. Lucle Club, are expected here lu a few Ida Lourceyof New Smyrna, wAs of our school teacher, Miss BulahHaworth J. W. Bruner Is (hipping R. B. Hurch- Miss Lucia Perry's arrival welcome

Among; the prominent arrivals at theM spending a few days in Cocoa the past and like the patrons boi>. to ileld's crop of oranges. addition to our social circle f'ol. and
I Fresco hotel this week are Mrs. Robt. days.With regret we learn that Charles week. secure her again next term. Mrs. Perry have a home In KauCJiUlla for

[ Burnam and her two bright little Sharp:! ami larully expect to leave here, On Saturday evening one of,the attractions Mr:and Mrs. Lee, Miss Bond, and her tbe winter season.
IIdlen. She Is visiting her sister Mrs.I'ibnS. nest for a vlslc to City sister. Mrs. Lvman, and charming daughter.
abouc Monday : GIVEX AWAY. Mr. W. W.
at the Coco"t Hall will be the min l,010 A. Ilnber lias fenced In his new home
Miss Elizabeth oallera
Park, and Is enjoying every mln- Point., bet01 going north. Baker of Plainvlew Neb. writes: ")1 were plelllll\nt
strel entertainment.A ,
1 lot Ilouaton street and Is
OD out
p te of her stay. Her husband who Is a at Hughes and Hall's on Tuesday week: setting{
and son Charles Sharp, ot wife had lung trouble for, over fifteen trees and shrubs making IhU borne
.
Mr. bharp new
romlnent banker of the North will number of Cocoa people were at the
We tried number of doctor Indian HIver should
a Everybody on
Mneduwn Columbia, 1enn., and T. A. Kobinson, years. one of the cosiest In tbe,town.Mr .
and School at
later. service Sunday Rockledge
fish warden were calling on : and spent over a thousand dollars with rend ilio ADVOCATK, for It has more dIll
. I Among the pleasant people from the our the Indian genial Kiver Boat,and Launch Co., chapel on Sunday morning.St. out any relief She was very low and I trlct news mid Is one of the 1-rguat. mid and fro Asplnwall return to New

onn who took in the society ball Tuea- buuday. Valentine's day was generally observed lost all hope, when a friend suggested moat iit| -dat0 newspapers on the East York on Filday, or Haturday next after a

evening, were Mrs. F. W. Uoe and on of DeLand was a charm by the. sending of valentines and trying Foley's Honey and Tar, which I Const.Ml moHt. eujoyabU time with their many
er two Harry Bolts, of them all both did and thanks be to this great remedy, friends la Kau Oallle and Melbourne.
[ daughters, and Mrs. J. O. Peck, ed visitor at :Si. Lucie a lew days ago the reception by young ; 10. Winnie Dixon celebrated her
IIrom Columbus' Ohio. enjoy- and old. It saved hnr life. Hue I U stronger and enjoys The lowness of the water
They He was also a faithful visitor at the Ot.Lucle ninth birthday on February 10th. Her on Monday
t butter health than she has
tbe evening exceedingly, and voted schuoi, visiting there sevoral days Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of New York ever friends gave her a little surprise. p'tln, last, OHuited by the blah southwesterly
be
> known In We shall
ten
lat our people down this way know Just In succession. Wonder what the attraction city have been visitors to their uncle, year never tho evening./ They brought: refieahmenls wind, caused the crafts In our harbor to
without and Tar and auk'
011 to have a good: time ; Foley'sUoney and had excellent come In contact with the bottom In many;
wa f A. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. those afllioted to try lt.'< Sold by B. K. so supper. Instance

We Were visited this week by a pleaHatparcy The inlet Is very lively these days with Paterson, of Cocoa.W. Wilson A boo! druggists, Tltu vllle. All of our young people atttended Miss

from Chicago, who are "doing" launches and sailboats after mackerel.A R. Roberts, of Daytona, came last Gertrude Mini.*' valentine party last Friday Mrs. M. K.: Campbell and Mr. and Mrs.
J. K.
C.
olrher. They were under the immed have been caught. The evening. Valentines were exchanged Campbell were calling upon
!good many week to visit his daughter, Mrs. C. J. In
at friends Eau Oallle last.
care of our good friend E. KobertB musio of the many launches, and the Schoonmaker for a few days, lie returned White City. choice refreshments served and various on Hunduy
sailed
The In Mr
Id.?' <1 were having a good time. Be- snowy sails of tishboata make! it look to his home on Wednesday. games played. It was a pleasant affair oatboat.J party up Campbell'snew
7* Mr- and Mrs. Robertson the party like business. and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
''Sfcd of the Dyrnond family and Mrs. understand that after Mr. Phillips Asa Paine, of Carleton Minn., who occupies Rev. II. Kturjfl preached here last K. M. Hodgson took an impromptu
hCkeaod her daughter. No pleasanter We he proceeded to Palm the Paine cottage/ and Is visiting Thursdty and Friday nights and Hunday M ra. Bailey, the noted temperance dip off the Lizzie on Hunday, last. The If.I
'" pie have been with us this season. left St.: Lucle, and also visit his mother, Mrs J. M. Paine, and his afternoon, to large congrtgallons. lecturer, gave u* two excellent lectures rumor that he has joined the Baptist I Is .
Miami
I IJ The Beach and may time sisters, the Misses PaIne, at Cocoa liasbis In the church, morning and evening, not authentic, and the gentleman U generally
J Gilberts Bar Yacht Club ball on Nassau. He said be had a glorious automobile, and Is. seen dally on the Mr. Arnold, our merchant, went to which were well received; but as we sober on tbe Habbath day.
oe day evening was a billllant success, at bt. Lucie and the Inlet, and will" be on beautiful drives between Cocoa and Dearfleld on Haturday night, to attend have no saloons or drunkards In our
everyono knew It would be. Our 4UO hand next winter to "raise Cain. Rockledge. to business connected with bis store at !town, there, was no chance to reform The Mlaaes Baker, of Buffalo, are now'

Ollt in force, and everybody had a sweet little son of T. A. Robinson that place. anyone. cosily domiciled In one of the Gilbert
Peodld The Mesdames Thels and Cooper managers cottages. We ei tend a hearty welcome
,
time. Dancing and refresh- seftouslj' and threatened with Archie Parker of this place returned -
"H has been with the children give an entertainment to these estimable ladles who
were area
the young
order of until the Pierce
things of Fort
Platts with
and Dr. borne from Quay on Haturday night To MiifllcfaiiM.
pneumonia
ee ,
Hall Friday for the welcomed addition to social
S11\a' hours at Cocoa on evening, our circle.
and the crowd went of Tltus-
Wilson of
then Dr. of but tbe supply
was called in, a large can oysters, -
tj This Is
:e wling! that the ball this year was ville. The many friend of Mr. and Mrs.Kobinson benefit of the cemetery. a worthy oysters was too small for the demand, We are sorry to report the death of
baritone horn
8t and it is hoped all who possibly A for sale, nearly new
one' yet. Among/ those present to know the child object, 'who wanted them for Hundaydinner ; Mr. Jaw. Johnson of Monday
are pleased and some Chicago, on
oell mORI' of residents can will patronize It. The object Is to coat f.23.00} will sell for ....00. Can be
our prominent ill
last Mr. and Mra.
quit yet.Messrs. evening N. S.
though were disappointed.
lOaDy .->f our winter vlsttors.tlme and Is improving, raise a fund for fixing up the cemetery.A seen st the store of Johnson have the sincere of
p e forbidding us from giving the Sexton and Phillips, of Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. TTolbrlcht, of Chicago, J. II. WALK it K A: Co.,. the whole community In sympathies their sad be-
a l1Ies'lI Russell had a very unexpected here last .Mr.Holbricht f Tltusvllle Fla.
those and Tom and Will arrived Wednesday night. ,
pre8ent.k Mont! Fatal Gilt, reavement. Mr. Jno. Johnson bad endeared
visitor to jump Into their boat, will\( return about the
himself to In Kau: Gulllo\
Tragedy which had 400 pounds of mackerel In it, Would be the power 6f foreseeing the month and Mrs. II. will probably Dade County Land For Sale.. during his short stay.many
Just Averted. while they were coming over the bar a events. This would destroy hop*. A remain for a couple of months. )fr. IL
m tbe nick of time our little boy ago at the famous Indian Klverisleti knowledge; of the future would unmake U well Cleaned with our section. -
,"VTe r* nl 'Pity, Ohio. "Pneumonia had hungrr shark, for no sooner bad things about the future we do know. If, of southeast quarter of section 3, township and Tar to their children for coughs and
fed w<\ havoc with him and a terrible be he landed was a In the boat than he grabbed for Instance, a lack of energy, ambition Nearly Forfeit* Ills '41te.A 38.! south of range 41 east; close to colds, for It contains no opiates or other

so set m besides. Doctors treated and ate a mackerel. We are Informed and loss of appetite shows itself we know runaway almost] ending/ fatally,started O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on pol BOn.. Hold by B. K. Wilson
tot?ut he grew worse every day. At Mr. Phillips caught; the shark by the tail It will be followed by serious complaints a horrible ulcer I on the leg of J. B. St Lucle River; 40 acres.

"e tried Dr- Klng'i New l>lscov"iti and threw it into the sea.Poler's If not checked. Often liver and kidney Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. For four Also, the northeast quarter of northeast DO YOU WANT 600/)( HUSTLING REAL

(;ODaumPtlon, and our darling trouble follow qnickly. In any event yean It defied all doctors and all remedies. quarter of section 18, township 88, estate agents endeavoring todlspons of

> d. He's now sound and welL and Tar Is best for croup Electric Bitten will restore you to health. Bat Backlen's Arnica Salve had south of range 41 east; on sooth fork of any property you may have for sal* or
;:1boc.1y olJ bt to kDOW Wa the only Honey contains no opiate. It strengthens, builds up and Invigorates no trouble to care him. Equally good St. Loci River: 40 acr_ Apply to exchange t If so, send full particulars 1I

Curefor, conghs. colds and all lung and whooping cough Carefulmothen, keep run down systems. Only 5Oo. Satisfaction for burns, bruises akin eruptions and
':Ice ell, Guaranteed by all drn glats.30c _ndoureaolckly.Sold by Wilson A: Son. guaranteed by all druggists. piles. :25o at all drag stores. Tltustllle, Fla. llanovertoo, O.
IU1d '1. Trial bottles free. It in tbe bouse. I



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amount of money Is expended.New 1.,
York pays ul oiit 5,000 to $7,000 ;.\
CITY HOTEL KEY WE 'I"
FIARIDA
ISLAND .
build tbououghly
A Golden Rule a mile and a very ,
coiisti'uc-tod roiiil out of crushed stone
i'' of Agriculture: under the direction of the state eng!- r I ,qo W. J. PALMER MANAGER.New. I

Be Rood to your land and your crop per and In aecorilauce with the. state Modern. First-class. 'Bus meets Steamers.: Hates, *:; +.,s> ,pet
will be good. Plenty of aid plan, which provides that the state } and upwards-Commercial Special. i
hull pay GO; per I cent of the cost of construction 0 iy
of the roads 35 per cent is -- ----.c:: ;

PotashIn paid! by the county mid 15 per cent by IAAfAK ASHKVILM3, N. C.

I+, the town In which the road Is Improved. \

+ In th fertilizer spells quality I 1 I Connecticut and Massachusetts\ ir ;.,'

i and quantity In the bar- ,t1) ( / both have admirable methods for !Improving HOTEL ASfEVILLE' N. ;,_,,.,.
vest Write us and tbelr highways and have long THE OAKS ,

we will send you, been recognized as among the mostprogressive ly qNo OX (AR us[ ,
free, by next mail, states of the Union In- thisI''gurd. 'r., i

our money winning each expending $500,000::> a year ii i if'
a +' books. t 11 on the improvement of its roads. $B.00 to fil3.0P! per week. $:::1.00 to 92.50 per day. f':

QERWA KALI WORKS, The state of Georgia Is, perhaps the
M NIU.II Strwt the southern 80 Steam and'not Water heated Room ,
Nr Can.i most progressive among
states for a number of years It hasemployed it
r a large amount of prison la- Select Tourist Patronage. Rooms open for engagement.,
.
i f 1' I r d i) \ior In the construction of its roads
.
1 f Boooklets. WM. I,. >l\ WcCOY Proprietor.
using prisoners both 'black' and white, iic1b e
In crushing stone and In constructing --

the rouds. The system of employing AVASIIIXOTOX

prison labor bus been so successfully ,.
i
carried out that it bat been adopted BUFFET

In other IItll tu. Tri VVeekly Sailings THE BUCKET !
: A most Interesting good roads campaign I
/', t, }: Is being conducted In the state of YORK. :210 Sixth street, WASHINGTON1, D. C., Ii i
and NEW
and Michigan\ Senator Eiule. The senator BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor"and Cigar houses In Washing'
has equipped n good roods train .
Accented vmk Mason,,
/ consisting of a traction engine five : at Charleston, S. C., All of the best brands in stock, and the prices as low as any house In the city ff

stone small crushing cars for plant cQl'r)lug"all tons'of which'' and Is a The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 210 Sixth Stnj

Indian \ \TmMjJK.> 00 drawn t by the traction engine which facing the National Hotel and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station I

OTWT Is nlno converted Into n road roller The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. JOHN E, ByCKEY Proprietor, 210 Sixth Street WASHINGTON: D.C
Tltusvlll
Rlvor ,I and U. employed III finishing the road. Direct service BetweenJacksonville -

Lodge. AV \ Florida. Boston Providence and all Eastern Points -- NEW- YORK: -- ,

YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK!: TAKIN ,I If
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fourth Ki
f 5,j Mar HoliU of rauli It* lunetmipi inuntli+ a the' their wnmlanil rraiiu Indian Iliver When you take Grove's Tasteless Chili (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) .
"; Hotel Titus '111..,, at Tao: o'vlm-k |>. ill. Toplo because the formula Is plainly! SEMI-WEEKLY: BAILINGS: I
J. L. "arrutliors. Womlilpful.. )llUIter.T. printed on every bottle showing that it 1 III Bonthbound............. ........ .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ..... ..... ..from Lewis Wharf, llogton Hotel Marlborough
+, H. Hat.iluro, Honlor War.Ien.S. slmgly Iron and Quinine In .a tasteleifo S Northbound.......... .. ..* .. ........ ....... .....from font of Catherine Street, JaokBonvllls ;
W. Cirmll: ,.Junior Warltra.I. -- .- -. -- --
.M.1'0011., TrHiiror.. .-m. No cure, No pay. AOcts.Tli .
" j4 K. A. Vnrifan' Honrotary, St. Johns River Line. Broadway :IWtli aud :7th Streets, NEW YORK.
K.Brown Chaplain. .. Clyde entirely with eltctilo lights,( C
i H. \.utq' u.''' ...r. 100 Rooms. 200: huh 10.MIIH. Lighted
yl1 .J.. R.W.Walker Ituharti,Senior, Junior Uoaoon.J Dmionn. Mrs. \"OI1ItJ\Vt.t-\.JIt; what are these)? (penury Line.) ducted on \meilcnn and I"UI'ol'tllln|> plans and is managed under the pane

i$ F. M.Taylor, senior. Btawanl.V. JJ4'1It'I'-l'Ililt! niilckorfl. inuin. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:; AND SANFORD. supervision of the ownei.
A. LnHlay. Junior Htewartl. E. S. CUOWELL, Maunder.
I"r.ulOloo..c..r".torrl" (DeLand), and intermediate land-
M. E. CiiKllxh, Tyler. Mrs. Y.Are they quite fresh?-Cnlcogo stopping at Palatka Attor.St. John's Iliver. .. ----
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/STEAMER "CITY OF

i ( UKCLE SAM'S no ADS., TO Ct'HK A COLD: IN ONB PAY Foot Catherine Street 19 Jacksonville AP1'01:>TED: : : Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Table! Leave Leave Sanford IIMU: a. w.Monda s Weiln sila)i and Fridays NEW YORK[ CITY.
..::- All druggists refund the money It It falls Huiithtiaiiuil., MCJini)U I.E. roIDrtbIH..ucl.

AMERICA BEHIND OTHER NATIONS IN to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is 01 lleail down.. .... ... .. .... Read lip. o a.m FIREPROOF. itOO rooms, single, and eu suite, with private baths and tOi
P .,..... .. .. .... ....JACKSONVILLE! .. .. .... .. .. .. Antvea:
j IMPROVEMENT: each box. 23cts.Awfully. Leave'. .Ill 330 n.m....... ...... .. .... ....... ...PALATKt ... .... ... .... ........ Leave.. 8.(K) I..... rooms, EUROPEAN' tN. Ouodroams$1.iStbarge\ ; +sf2andwiprivRIlI : ,
HIGHWAY n 8.N1 p.m. .,\K'I'OU ..... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... :2.34) Idu bath *!i.5n! |per d.y'abd, upwards The niHuapement: IK under thej)
a.in.- .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... KIOp.iui
... ... ... .... .. IfllANt VIANJGMUEX.
n.nfh.ril.Dashprly 'I 1.305.ut.: ... .... .. ,.. .i.....I1EItf.tFOItDIDKLAN1)' \ )..,. ... .... .. .. ... IIMO: u'n Honal supervision of the uwuei. Manage
,. A..eal Hxpendlturra Her and I. -la h* !so! very Ignorant Arrived30 o. in..... ............ ... ... HANHiUli .. .. .... .... .,.. .. :. .. .. .. 11.31 a.m --
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I European Cv..Iri.s For Good. FliiNhi-rly! -Igiiorant? Vhy, actually, .. 10.OOa. m... .. .. ... .. .... ....YNTEIti'Ius.>: .. .. .. .. .... ... .. lo.ooa.iu l -- -- -

I Iload.<'o.. of IlulldlnB .".Ia.a,. he do<>Hn't even know a cure for colds!! Gen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office.2O4 W. Bay St..Jacksonville. EP YOU WANT A...

!. some of Oar State KaDBus City Independent
O. HAOKHTS Uaafn: Paul Agt., F. M. IRONMONOKR, Jrt., Asat.tlen. Pass. Agt.
The United States does not begin to A. w mate St., New York I 204 %Veet Hay St.,Jacknonvilla, Fla. f
Fur Constipation and indigestion THOS. D. HALEY, Local Freight Agent/: ,I0 I P. LUVbl.L. : A.*t. Ku ,t..
upend the amount of money upon Its bottl 'ot world's Afcolots fnotHoKanBt ,J..o..vllle.. Fla. | Foot Hogan At.. .lackunnvllle,Fla. .Building Lot.
Try a our laxative .
lent, Fort Hogan St.,Jacksonville Flu.TIIKO.
that It cost to construct JOHN. L. HOWAK1J, Buperlnten< .
highways .
I public at all dru/lll/ : t.. U. K. Wilson & O. KOKIl<: Oenernl Mana ter.: \VM. I* CLVU": Co., leiiurat Agents.
nod maintain the public roads Son agents: for Titusvllle, or mailed to Clienel>roiigb Handing
t of England and European countries. any address on receipt of lOcts la stamps C. 11. VVALTOy. Agent, TltHsvllle., Fla.SE.A.B or' a lot with a BUILDIXO:- READY FOR OCCUPANCY:

While this country leuds the world In Address The Moo Chemical Co., Jackbonville. LAND FOR AN ORANGE (GROVE
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Its railroads and street railways it ta PIN" .-\PI'IE PLAN rATIONorTRUCIC GARDE
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"'I. *e l nuni. W
far behind mont countries across the <>.A.
"Now then vblidri'ii. wiild the teacher .
what
're probably have for sale just you are peeking.
Atlantic la its 1)8tel1lot public highMays. -
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5 who hud been foniinviitiiiK upon :
ar Huglnnd \\'uleKtll'l'Illl| an4 polar ,-xH>dltlona. "who can tell me AIR LINE RAILWAY. Settlers are tiocklnpr In hut fill tlievo IK loom. If YOU i !

Dually $' O.ICIl.OJO( ) oil their ruiuls. Ireland wliat tierce anlmalx Inhabit the regions looking this way, drop a line to

y.OK.0X, France $3i. IlO.OUO. of the north polo?" _FO I ,
art' Vie" I'rpuIent
the plohi-cr oft JAS. E. INGRAHAM -
the United States
while ,
Polecats! shouted the boy at the !
all nations In public Iwprovoineiits., the foot of the HUSH.-I'lillmlelplilii Press. SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES,RICHMOND BLORIDA EAST COAST H'Y.
leader of the world InIt'\ l Ising und WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,
J ; perfecting plans to add to the comfort -T. Aunl'HTI F1.a ::1
To G.t a Ulwre. ._ _._ .
and welfare or mankind. IIIKH In the When "love cherish and obey" and( Three Elegant Trains Dully --- -- --- n' .1
with tile dlMKi'iiccful record of
race "sickness, poverty and death" are left Seaboard New York Limited.
spending' $4UIM) upon Its, fcdernl plan
out of the tuuirluge/ ritual what do the
i of public foiiil itiiprotfinent.This .
Seaboard Mail. ,
dwH not Include, or course the happy pnlr "promlm themselves Seaboard Express ,
merely to keep the ?-Boston Iler-
peace
annual expuudlturvH or the Mirlotm MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
Dill,
w states of the t'nloii. MIIJH the lIuCTuloKxpriHS. The Seaboard Now York Limited is a vestlbuled train composed exclusively 1 i
; If these sums were Included Pullman Equipment' : Dining Compartment Drawing Room !Sleepers and Observation
r the coDii>arlHun would not be so unfavorable Cars, operated solid St. A Knsthia and Jacksonville to New York via Washington .y. /
+, for Ult'rtl11I be expended this "s ; leaving: St. Augustine at 1 12:10: p. m. and Jacksonville at 1:20:: p. m. Southbound \ t I II

roar close on to yin.UOO.tXX) throughout: this train In known na the Snahonrd Florida Mmltad. \ ,
., Daily Through Sleepers:\ Jacksonville to New Orleanc.For 1 -
'i the country for the betterment of pub n ONLY LIN E Operating

lii lie highways. Moreover the outlook ,I_,
and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
for the future Is exceedingly\ brlKbt., full information
The possibilities!! are that by the end of Seaboard or writeA. r v i

nnother decade, the combined expenditures O. MAcDONELL, As t. Gen TUBS. Agt.; Jacksonville, Ploi Ida. \ I I

of the federal government and -
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the vnilous tales will equal| I .!f0.tK; ( (>O,. {

lent) a ,veer for the construction\ and F : l Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. Ii

lualiiteuiincu of public! highways.There I 4.9jt i

are fnlly :ZX good; roads or- Unlteil BtatOH Fast Mall. Routes For-

rnnlztttioiiH, nutlonal, state and county RFY WEST, CUBA AND THE!: WEST INIHES, VIA PORT TAMPA AND: MIAMI FLA.
In tlio United Status.:! The association I Froponail ...UlllgsllI effect its shown b lnw. Subject) to change and pnatponeutent without notice.

R that l III till I 111( the most work for MIAMI-KKY WK8T-HAVANA LIXE.-Cimnnenclnn .J nllary tSt'H)3/ ) -LKAVINO: MIAMI. ;Ci Cilux I

the betterment of highways throuKh- I, Hiinilum, Tliumlnys.. .. .."' :!llIa1lLv.. Mlinit: Ar. 7OI'p.m.+ ...S.unnlavs.TlieBil.ivH.flimiluyn r,
out the country Is that known as the '' Thnmluy 1 .... ....10.:3U p In Ar Ktvv: ..>t Lv Sfli: >um. .. H..tllrtln>.,TiienilaSnnclaMi \ .
.. Lv Kev\ruxtArtdBnsa.SnxhvdxyxTueaduvs:
lltnilpm a
American, Koadiuakem. The membership eDon't Mondays,IhuiKctayii.FrUlnyn' : ...?. T:011 a 11A r llitvnna Lv -tdOpiu: .. . .Fridays, Mondayi I '
?t of thin association Is limited to ill + ronrTAMl'A-KBY WEST-ItA VANA LISK.: -CniiiinenclnnOat.311, 1904.-LrarlnR FORT TAMPA )11

tin Influential I men In t'ucb state one fllln.'I'n..Thllra.. .. ....ll: mpin Lv1'orttanpaAr 5:,10 p 111. .. ..., We"l.. Fri., Hlln
of the pro*laloim of Its constitution be- MonVed.rri.... ... ..... .. fl::UII'1IAr| KuvMiut I.v 111:301"11I.): . .. Tim....,Thur., But. ,
f :II..n.We..r.. ....... ...1lIIpll1 l." Key Went Ar H-'tnpni' .... ..Tn"*., 'I'hur.\.t. /
E liij; that there shall not be noun than Tiiea., Thurs., But .... ... 6Wan. Ar lUvana Lr U.OO: M. .. .Tito..,Thur, Sat /
I tell members from each state. 2. 1J1'3.! '
III\Ml-NA34AU LINE.: -Ciiinmonclng February
!
When New ..11'1'III'Y.'blch was the We.I.. Krl... ..... .... S-iKlpiu: I.v Mlnuit. Ar 6:11I: a w.Wed.Fri.Suu. .
i? i, pioneer state! In the good roods movement .J.uo.'rhnrti\'tt.MOH. .... ... .... 0JOam:: Ar Nanan Lv 3lHpm: ) ... .... ....Tu..., Tluir., .-at.ConmiencliiK :- ;'y'I. '.
'4 fli'Ht began to Improve Its roads. March 30, 1003. itlri
forget the old man Wwl., Frl. ..... ... 2mput.Lv, Miami' AT B.toam:: .. .. .. Weil., FTI, Sun, : I.
it Mon.,
;1 cost $IO.IKIlII'I'r' milt! They tire now .. ...... .. .. .
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TUur.Sat.Above
Tue
with the fish his back. Tues..TllI1r.t'l..t.' ... .... .. B.aoani: Ar Naiuail Lv S.UOpni: ; #
on Anon tmn. ..il nn Itnth :Ma-lillan. Standard Time except that shown for N..s..n.18. local,or
-'- r --=- For nearly thirty years he Nassau. tlmo. For rates and other Information al'l.ly| < to any Railroad Ticket Agent or to
: .Ff Jarknonvlllo F ,
CHAS I. !MY Kits. Manager a

has been traveling around the __ __.__________________ _._____,____ _n_ __ 14
't ==lGiiiiii world and is still traveling,


k bringing wherever he health goes.and comfort Atlantic Coast Line E'y.The .


To the consumptive he D'e t

brings the strength and flesh
Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: 1, 4 J P
t he so much needs.
To the East Over Its own rails to> Savannah, Charleston, Klchmond and Wash-
To all weak and sickly ington ; thence rertiisylvanU' U. R.

: t .:: children he rich and ;;.... .
\-i : : givps The Louisville Vnshvllle. via Montgomery. '
: ;: : : Trt the West
."e \ strengthening food. The Mobile & Ohio K.! 11. MontRomery.\ 1)'T I
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ale 'curecon5t't
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) .. ... .. .''''f."_)':',' -..'.::..'.-.'.''. To thin and pale personshe To the East t Via phlUlelphU Steamship.: : Via Boston.Savannah Via and:Norfolk!- Ocean S steamer S Co., for to New New York York, i.1)" by .: m '

....i 1:...:;-. ;- gives new firm flesh and Washington and Hnltltnoro. Via Savannah and Merchants .t bowels: but ret"ul:1r.,8crton' cannot: ? be secured t. ..il the liver

'4';' :; rich red blood. Miners Transportation Company for Italtlmore an Children To Key West and Havana, via reaituulnr Occidental Steamship Company. :x;.,:uts their natural l fun tjcn f Uimit- **& 3.
who first the
--zr. -.. saw \ ur-l agitation caused by cathartics, t compels f* S1 ". ( /
.. :: old man with the fish arc now 1\rX1.1oag'o T1.o1J.o1s.; continual sail Increasing! doses to '
0 0'i attain the results. a .
'i aENArult. KAIILK'S GOOD KOAINt TUAtN. grown up and have childrenof Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 1I.000.mllell:: of among the prin
? III'RI: railroads In the Southern States;are on sale: by the principal agents. j
being constricted for ?l,0! <>N o to $.*)\)4,10) their own.

; leer t tulle most of tliein costing only I lie; stands for Scott's Emulsion Addressee of )parties the north Kent to tIle undersigned will be liberally supplied i' acts tie t. .
K,3 '
of cod liver oil
-a liver cures
and pure ;
l'I'u'II111
| experience gained Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to Xew York via Atlantic Coast Line; el fi.*'" I
by the road Uulklori as. will ns by the delightful) food and a natural also via: Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway ::: and Frver r.nd' every .
use of 1111)11'| <)\1'.1 machinery and inctliH. tonic for children for old folks Malarial\ Dl'ious: Remlttlns and n ;
For Information etc. call write
? ; M to rates sleeping car reservation on or to th:
< lu Michigan, Ohio and other seat -
vtntrn Fevers and the
mlttlnc ta
1 *- IItllh'll roads are being constructed and for all who need flesh and FRANK C. HOYLSTON, W. D. STAR, by going;
Commercial Agent. Trav. Pass., Agent. trouble works permanent cure.
nt it touch )It'JIII IlKtire, mune of them strength. .
.. 1M: Went Bay St.. Astor Bulldinsr. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FIFTY CENTS PER A7TTLE
ot wore tbnn ?!.IMM< ). As might SCOTT A BOWNE. Chemists. H. M. EMERSON, Truffle Manager.V.. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent.WILJIINGTON ; A
'ted these roads are not a* : 40415: Pearl Street New York.
ixCurubh : X.
n..* these uuou which crculi-r) bOo. and! :$1.001 all druKlilstsT C. II. It. WILSON SOX.






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TITUSVILLE, .1 w orld s Famous Hotel Victory; : ....'.' ,',


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J. O. BAST, Proprietor ', II'1_,i'II I :

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DUCK, SHOOTING r
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/ Wlirz.aw r and FISHING ; w.i i' The*views show just a few of the funny environments posited by this, the G lto.t.and Grandest \+

I Rates: $2 no per day. a I ,I of all Summer Hotels It Is renowned for the social standing, of Its patrons, dimensions, excellence. 'j I ,
:-Z--' =' '' f 10 and $ll pet week I t '1! f ''
of food..service, and the lavish amusement of Its guests' ., Situated on a large island In mldMnlce' In I '
'"'t'i
JACKSONVILLE. park of twenty-one acres of, .lIadellawn. The scenes and environments. are enchanting conduclve'of '
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INDSOR HOTEL . u r It you send your,address we will mall you our souvenir folder,'rate card,aud testarnonjjil. ,book i

JACKSONVILLE'S FINK1T AND FLORIDA'S 'I 4 They are VERY ATTRACTIVE and the. .raYes are most. i e tsonabte. Address,, :,,< ."i',
LARGEST!::: AND BEST YE.\.R-1LOUNI7 HOTEL. I.t' J ; .
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rl'" PJVV.I cO: E.. : Gen Masa.gr.: : ', t,
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Ohio. b bF br
f ', Toledo( t

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Part[ of South Fronr, Hotel Victory fdclnll; Bake Erie: -showing .
tiatatorlnm In fOI'Ur\IUti._ Open Season } ,fI fIc



Of 1903 '


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Why not spend L _
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& CULLENS, .. OWNERS AND PROPRIETOR.JACKSONVILLE Yoar Summer ,
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FLA. P rJ a' r, 1r ti fl 'M ','j s q, ,Y l'r .t. t '
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U OVAL HOTEL, : at Ihy J.W7wA4N1 I .t t. 4


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+ p., HotelVictory : q. 1 I, ,
Opposite poatolBco Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re mMV :!

conducted. ? ;. 7
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally .4.
A usual morning scene at the boat houses. Hotel Victory guests starting : '
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Rates(2.50 per day and up. The Plaza aDd Terraced Walk to, Ltke. for a spin on the Buy.IIOCKLEDOK. j ,"'

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WMORELAND! HOTEL, West Bay JACKSONVILLE and Cedar Streets., FLA. Hotel, Indian River, ROCKLEDGK, FLA. The Palms,, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. \ ,.".J4-', 1 ". 'I I I


American plan. Centrally located. Just, built and opened AND. COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TH A large, home-ilke hotel well appointed and beautifully located, uplift the
comforts wlthout the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKEWOU'1'JI. i !
this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water JUST TIlE ACE'TO SPEND THE WINTER. opposite the Royal oInolan..llo. el. White waitresses.' Electric; / ',1 1 I I
THE HOME OF''l'aE ORANGE. Bell Good Fishing, Hunting; and Boating. Rates, $2.: $J 60 and fI! per 'I t. I
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All BEST LOCATED 'HOTEL HERE. day. Special rates by the week. THE!: PALMS, West Palm Beach. .. '" ,.;.t I :
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LARGEST ,L 'i I l.iIk If j
street cars pass the door. Rates, 92.00 to$2.50 per day. ACCOMMODATIONS, FOR 50Q GUESTS. ; ; I I
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Mrs..A. J.WALKER, Proprietor. BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED: INSIDEv. The Lea mallgton' WEST PALM BEACH, ': << j''

.- 25 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS. STEAM HEAT. FLORIDA.W. .: : :
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ELEVATOR., LAUNCHES. ORCHESTRA, t "I' '
ST..AUGUSTINEoM ELECTRIC LIGHTS '
C. ERNST, Manager !i ,
EXCELLENT BOATING, KIHIIINU AND HUNTING. On Lake Worth opposite Postofflce: and business house Large verandas' : 'It

J. It AM M ANT &: CO., Proprletore. A. L. MARSH: Manager Strictly: flrst-clasw. Rates, 92 per day. Special by the week -; ," I I

[ St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ___ __. ... ,____ ..._ .. _. .._ _' .___ __' __' ..:. __ ( .1
,7r.1, 3 17 nd3l +tr'.rI IiItY'1 wni *t9N1lPf7 I PALM 1113< AC II. : :, I '
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>i Remodeled under new management. Rooms en suite with private baths t I: t\ I i

f L\ More sun exposure than. auy botef In St. Augustine.: Located on the Plaza. Plaza Hotel. Hotel Palm Beach.vy i i, 1 ;
MONTGOMERY' Owner and Propr.
t, M. B. i .. ", 1"1' r ,

jll41) Huestls House, 8aratog'.-.Sprlnps.(: INDIAN RIVER;,:3nLoolt.loca. 0. H7M.O. ,'. ,-..-: j'' i.

,MAGNOLIA. SPHtNGISagnolia "THE GREAT ORANGE GROVE THE NEW MODERATE' KATE IIQTEL.\ r; i 4 4I r.

-, RESORT OF' FLORIDA. ''I'IA '_'r Accommodates t MX\ ). Located on Palm Beach f'll ''j ,\1

SPRINGS, FLA. proper, between the Ocean and Lake Worth. .Vt "
MAGNOLIA
Springs Hotel handsome modem hotel, located on the banks of thefamoua Indian Within a minute's walk of the Palm Beach Railway I I ,:
((8t. Johns River.) River, In the midst of an 80-nore bearing orange; grove. Steam beat In
Garden, Rates 1
Station and Royal Poinciana If f
and steam. room, suites with bath;. filtered rainwater; location conceded by I
i8: miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., Eleotrio river Lights. II every everyone the boat In Rookledge; Bust Coast Railway depot In the hotel I a $3.00 per day and upwards. Suites with private t
rg. Open fireplaces in alt rooms. Steam heat. Elevator.Well-kept Golf course grounds. Oranges ftee to the guests. Liberal management and rates. baths extra.. Booklet'and( weekly rates on appli r J t;
Pare spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. I II '
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for 2K
Tennis pools and baths. $..on) per day, Accommodations cation. Opens December 20th.
Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming I S. H. PECK, Manager.\ I \ 'I
Special weekly rates. O. D SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. Summer ....._The New Arlington Hotel. P to.k.y, Mich. iMuUag. re- W. II. ORME8, Manager. M" 41t
acre of the treat uk.... UlwitJuna w Oct."r." Owner.'I !
.''- It. STANLEY. : STEVENS, lIt
AL.TABIONTE_ SPIUNOSr r -- Utr3iii; !iiiJ! .3. 4.t,, ,f I l\' f r

PALM: BEACH IFLA.

I he Altamonte t Hotel t I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA., Hotel ROCKLKDOR!, FLA. THE HIBISCUS. 'UNDEK NKW MANAGEMENT.Excellent 'f'I I I 1:
i jt ORANGE COVNTY New Rockledge Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and! Lake Worth. Y t I "
Open from November until May. Most beautifully located, complete and INDIAN RIVER. Table. Courteous Service. Home Comforts. Kate, #:JJW) per day. and up. .
and orange jlrovea. w..dll.. Fh.t Class Restaurant atluched to hotel.A. !. 1""
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the pines :
attractive hotel la Interior Florida. Among
, Rates OEO. E. BATES, Prop. Situated In midst of full bearing orange; !grove, overlooking: Indian Hirer. W. FRITSCH, Proprietor.
very moderate Send for booklet. _., _t. ..i.I ,.. ,,, [
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and Bowling. Livery ., .
QlDlDur Resort: "The Grand," Mt.Vernon, N. H. Unexcelled hunting and flshlng Casino, Billiards ?- 14 N. '
Steam Heat, and many suites with'Private Bath. Two dally concerts bIIa..t- ti.f. 11 .1 I ,: '
ENTERPIUSJo1BROr.K10GK clad orchestra. Rates, :.J.OO per day acct upward. Special weekly rate until :Beach Club Cafe. : i4 i4Incorporated. & 1 1i .
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U. R. SHARES, Proprietor. < '
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ENTERPRISE, FLA. ( ) :!
HOUSE? On Lake*Monroe. Summer Hotel: ]New Weirs, Lake Winnlpesaukee, N. II. 1 ( ; ;
the north. I
Beach
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Tourists from the East Coast can break Journey here, -' ---- 1'IEltRITT. Merrltts IIIlanet.THE .If''. I Irr ,f
going to or returning
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sash l St Johns stop at Enterprise. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours..
Clyde Steamers on the picturesque for either} casual visitors or families wishing to FAMILY WINTER RESORT. I q.i q.I:,
accommodation
first-class
;. and the best hunting aDd fishing| lnJTlonua \"uIG'TAl\f, Fla. t i I 1LAST 1\\
enjoy the beauties of the locality, very On Indian| River Marrtt, ,
A. o. DENIyON.::! Ballard Flrlt.Cli188 Chef, Cuisine and Service. I
and
Pool
" Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, ,
ableR. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 8OO fNt of dock. 4'j.
Iii. Ping Cabin; Pong catboat, for cruising. Hunting and flshlnir finest on the Coant. Write and ]r1.'Va1O ]:: D1xL1za: :PArlor ; j. :
SKAniCEEZC.he at Cocoa, free. Oyster Roasts a specialty. L Lt
will meet
boat you 11- .
our- Mrs E. J. BLAIR. Proprietor Orders received! for Dinner Parties of any number at all) boors. -

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SEABREEZE, (Daytona) FLA. Hotel -, MERRITT, FLORIDA.On .
High-Pine Land. Health c'omfort and sport. No better Hunting Formerly Palm Cottage. '

SPECIAL RATES: UNTIL JANUARY 1 TII. ',' Now.Open.and Flshfbg\ In Florida. Sulphur" Swimming'E.: L.Bath,CRUSIUS Fine Yachting., Proprietor. The, Palm! Hotel,., MIAMI. FLA. ,


FOR RATES, BOOKLETS, ETC., ADDRESS.. :. ... .. -- .. --- --T Remodeled and enlarged. All! modern Improvements, large, airy' room.,'newlyfurnished : 1.
JENSI Y.I with brood breezy verandas.. CuUlne the"en bent. Rates, $3 and "
CIIAS A. CREIGHTON, Manager.' ':J.OOper day. Special per week. O US. A. iMULLKH, Proprietor. r.1
HOTEL JENSEN FLA. i:
ALFRESCO
: Center of Pineapple Belt.
'u. Ft HOTEL MIAMI FLORIDA. 1
; SHARES, Proprietors.fiieClarendon PIONEER ,
a-' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. HBH ,
The prettiest location on Indian Rivet Large, beautiful grounds. Neat: Remodeled and Enlarged. Newly Furnished. Centrally, Located.
the Ocean. Fine KUhlng. and Jlaotlog. Terms reasonable. Letters and K. A. FOICSSELL, Proprietor. ) (

: Inn SEABREEZE, FLA. Telegrams. reserving rooms will receive JOHN prompt S. PARK attention., Owner and Proprietor. __ ___ _..__ __ ___ ____ .._ ___ __ __ ;

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., ST. KTKJSHUItG.. 'r h
THE YEAR. .
OPEN THROUGHOUT
and under new manage- PETERSBURG, FLA. The Jefferson KEY WEST FLA '
Facing refurnished ;
I the Sea. Entirely remodeled, THE l. ELDIONTfST. /
10th. ?
!" ra'tes week and for the season Opened November ,
the
I Ient by
Best Northern Service. Special Clare On the west shore of Tampa Bay. The moat healthful winter resort city)In the '
, "arendon Inn buses! meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the State. Oa high;! ground pure water perfect drainage; spacious piazzas, room JAS. P. VIN1NG, Manager. .
don E. L. POTTER, Prop. I arge and newly furnished, papered and painted. Rate,*J: per day; tit 00 I to$1.1.00 I
1 Inn, Seabreere, Florida. week. W. U. TIPPETTS, Proprietor Stopover allowed on all Havana tickets via I".t: 0.0. S..Co..
C. H. :KNAPPE, Mgr. ,per (


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FEpnUARY O, 1903.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE,,


.. I > L ER-PRITCH 0'w :R.O. RobbIns. & Grahan GOII -RAILROAD WATCHES

Rockledge. .
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Nature'Ioloe" (n mYlltldl"1at1P9D1 I Inootporated.) \
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Mrl. IIlary'Daugh, wbo apoot IIqvoraJweek' obaoted a ,eaper bym 0, and Jotiliott tbel.chorll' PAID UP OAPITAL f I5OOO.OO.TbI.oompany ,
tbe eallloof .
S and Iky,
tlILVEIUMIT of earth ;
D1rlUlng.
.TEWEI.EH$ AND lIaturday lor ---'-
bel'e, 16n, : O .
oburch orilln ro .
Be. Gabriel'. :E I8Copal 0..0.t. U at... .
luU e
41 Wet Day Street, ham, Alabama. and lellill 80lL flooda of tODe oa Sator- We ha'\le a

JAOKONVHJLE: }'I.OIUDA. Judge VanDeman Itaa pnroha.M.erwl ed a lot day morolnA', on lbo oaO 8loEt of the : ... .. N :c 's.In Prices.
ot II. 1:1.: WlIllama, Deat to\Vm. nuptlala of 1III a Kate Delellplne Prltohard On the St.Luole Rock DQtt0111.
Large t Itock In tblll lectlon of coUDUr. and epecta to build 00 It. ot TltulvUle. and )Ir. ;1'. Dlake tbe Indian River Country; I'

}; tabllllhod In 1SjS.( Many poop Ie arrive by e h InoomlnltIrl Walker, ot JaoksoDvllle.the.Many little ohurchof a year Ittver; at New River and OD Bar rrloes quoted on apptl tloD.A .

Bend for dellol'lptive oatalogue. n. At proMtnt tbe arrlvale. are mllob bu St.oome Gabrlel'a aod Kone was Ilooe.0 tbron d at. 11o'clook Blloayne. Prloe, to lolt the time.. l n .took o 'i 1 kloda ot Jew lry'Alarm' Clocks, '
t.ban tbe dcpat'turoa.nennett .
& greater Ie w... on tho above au..plelona '
a.. m., aa Stlnd for L..nd LI.t.Officea
Johnllon baa. bou lIt tboDower. 'l'able Bl1ve :"are, Eto., Eto..
ANHEUSER BUSCH. L. oocaalon.At Watob Chain", .'
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...THE ftrove In SOllth Uockled"o, and' 11 o'olocll: III. m. on Satllr<1J\Y morn- t TJtuavl11. and Mlarol, Fla. .
build In tho near tuture. of Ml n Dele MANDAVILLE.w .
epeota to i log lalt tbe oup\lal G.. L.
Brewing Asso's.lI'alhoue who own" lot toSoutb 1'1 De Prltol\ard and Mr. T. Blake'Walker
n. W. )Iathew., I 'Tltunl11e, Fla.
HockledKe..III bulldlo a hou/le/ on, took plaoe, the olHcl"tln clergyman be10" East coast Meat. Market ler Bnd Optician, -
read
doIng ArchdolWon r. Brown, wb\)
elnb.oJt are '
and Mr.
8t.Loullt, Keg and Botth,1 It. .Mr. Ia.lmon::!
the wOI'II:. !Ir. Mathew a III from Daaoom -. ,, the bellutlful marriage oerern< IItI.r churoh. :c :, O
Ohio. Epl oopal orowded with. the rei.atlvea ::EJ.;. :I.ree: :: :
Sold b Melllri.r. A. Lollle, anllIt. and tam.Ily 'l'h" ohllrcb wae r== .
aD,1 Mra. C. A. Reynolds I' INGROCERIES -
DEALERS
Mr and trlooda, of t.he oootr tlnl{ c::> "

L, )Ioth'w,Titulvllle.Fla.B of Pula kl, 'fenn.baa who left have for a short beelbere pllrtle.. While tile groom >.walted ontbe ....... .--- GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD 'PRODUCWe
Mr, R.L. Motlow,Coooa, I'la. for everal weekl, cbanoo1lJtcp". the bride walked uptbe ,
Itay'n tit. AlIgu lfne, before returnlogto oenter alllle, leanlog upon tbe arm other c::: PRODUOE, ot all klnda. We re agents for AIAPES FERTILIZE
JOSEPH ZAPFI their Tenoel leo bome.'J'he rather, who waa tbe oDe to give her bandle In the above lIoe of goode and 80nclt tho trade ot all COI18er8.
eolualvely
oran'/te trees are sbowlng a verrhoavy .way. After the oaromollY thQ haod. = We deal for prloe. on Grain and all Grocerle., delivered at your .tntlon'

I Sole Agent. bud for bloom, aDd a tew warm laDle aod happy youn couple retllroedto :::::: Write L. BRADY s & BRO. .. 'I'ITUSVILLE. FLA.
I day... wl\l\ unfold It; aOII" few hOllra ofoold the home at tbe bride'., parenta, and E.
will blallt It too. We hope tbe oold'wave left tor t.helr tuture home In Rlveralde, TI

610 to 60 We t Bay Street, .,1\1\ pan wllbont any harm.ValenU Jack.oovllle, on tbe anernoon train.'Jle __ 002 .' C :RROLL:
the conventIonal w.
dre llln s.
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FLA.rL. and going m klo/t groom WM a == ,
oomlng
J AOKSOYVILLE, ea blaok, and t1! ( bride looked qtlteoharrnlolC -
happy bearta ADd much ,JI1erllment. baa atreeD OCllltume.'l'he =' _Dealer In- 1,5''
In a pearl rey

: L. ::I.WOTLO"'OV.: beon week.tbe order'fhe-maUII f9r several have day beell the tlrat filII oftbe oftbem. aod bride Mra.la tbe Jamcil popnlar Pritchard dal1l/bter:, ot TItuayllle ofCapt. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. GROCERIES GRAIN .FEEDI FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 1,0'''

an(1 dangerou. ,
Cllphl wa. a very baay IIhe blla a bo.t of friend" Inthla a.o'J
IDat. and .. Your Patronage Solicited.TITUSVII.L .
about t.bo 14th and Tinware.
aloog Gtaaa
aplrlt sectloo wbo regret to see' ber leave Crookery, oO.FLORIDA.. J
The aervleea at the ohapel were well bere. '1'1Ie groom ""aa a !ormer realdcol oO. \\00

attendod laat Sunday morning, and theoongl'egaLlon 01 Tituavllle, an.I I. tavorable known toman1 --.--- Pin,
IIltened mORt nttenthely toan rellidenta on Indian River. De la tal.1n.

eacollent sermon by tile ra.tor. Rev.I. now promlneotly oonoeoted with the INDIAN RIVER'ICE FAOTORY. \'
U. AI. Bogert. 'l'hll ualla will Pullml&n Car Oompany at Jaoklonvl11e.
be held nexL luo.iay.morologll:! o'olo3k.'l'bo The happy pair were the' roolplt'nts 01.a TITUSVILLE, FLA.. Yr.

tlunday chol wblob meeta at the "real'. many presentl-both ulleful nod to turolah Ype In "n, qlla.ntlty-8acked or loose. Special attent! ere
Ia prepared
tdend"wlllh
) ornnmental-"nd their Dameroua Fall' dealing III motto.T. 000Yr
chapol at 10 o'olock, SI"d' J morn In...:., them lon liCe 01 olinDublal bJl1I1I paid .a.cklng. for Y ht or tor family uso. my
bl\ll quite a good attondance and lotero t. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. '
M. (J. Salmon waa ''eleoted IUf.erlntend.ent aDd proapertl.f. .. .. .. ue
Mr. and MrR. F. T. Dudpe: and family, ..,-,- -' -- --
.1. IJ. 'Vllllon, aSMlltant. superlntendeot -- rrXT"CTSVXx..X.m- pin
attend
\ ; Ml a AOiene Wllilon.wltb trel1llurot'Utera.. of the Miami weddlolC., came. the up bride eRpeclally belog a to later ofMrs. ; : LJV"ma.Y:: :: : STADL. YOI10V'

'l'be achool la well aupplled r '
Budgo. ,
tare, papera, eto. > bleOn
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SADDLE DORS!:
The flrat two or three daya of tbe week D 'MAN. 1"JjED: A.ND SALE
RAILRO
it be. A POPULAR
were vel'y .,arm, ba on 'fuellllay nUGl1lES, dtbOI
to decidedly cooler, and byWedne ...STADI S...
pan: grow
''FIne LIquors, Wines, Beers, day eveolng It WII cool enouphto : Capt. A:. W, 'Rulo, ot' '1'Itl1 vll\e\ wbo UYour Honse Goesnp in Smoke' SURREYS, tin,
Ales. Stout, Etc.Sen IIRtl ty the mOlt of tbo people. Many 11,," been travelldlC freljtht. a ent for the DAGGAGE

me order JTITUSVI.LE had learll tbat tbe weather mlpbt: jtrow El\lIt Coa t Rall..ay. baa re8igoed hll poaltlon and yol1 loose verythl ,- aod TU XOUTS Ju,
you too oold for the aatety of t.be bloom Rnd and baa aooept6<::1 a liml1ar po.Itlon It la your ow. fal1lt. TRANSFER, lIB

anll tJ0COAj FL nlDA. Dew growth of t.be orange tree., but It latbuultht with Ihe Nuhvllle, Cbattanoop:1I: FJ.ro: Xnsna.ran.co.aa : :: : "all klnd .. Jurh
no barm oame to tbem; & 81'.. 1.011111 Ib\1road.\ lie wl1l repreRenttbls t.lle value of th .11 A U L I'N G, ETC. ,
pefty
lclent to cover pr
be
will Ontbe
VISIT '1'be mo t peoullar and IntorcRt.Ing Tbla beautiful plaoo III pretty wen 6U.ed Ea railroad t Coaat In until Flnrlda..lter and the_, pineapple aod bOlllehold elleets allonld be artied. J. M. OSBAN & BRO, IntTII
tblatime.
algbt In AnlerlcaTnE -. up wltb tourlal. aod atrangera at aod wlll.IlO to tbe Weat Coast Ratea Bre not blfth. The comp"nleW& -Uaok of Grand View botel.- FLORID
aeaRon.
1 Tbe New u.OCIIledJte: botell. filII.aod In tleptemllOr' to haodle the "epre ent are .olvent, reliable and liberal. 'prUSVILJ.E: .ae,
FLORIDA. I The Plaz., haaa SO'1Jetime ndjuated.D orCo'
t.llrnlng people awa, of Jlllliborough, Manatee Clalma are prompl.ly
It'lod number of jtlleata within Ita ho oranlte orop n't negleot to take out a policy. '

'' 'OstrichFarmCo. pltable doora, and I. dolog a good bual.lIeaa. aDd The DeSoto Tlme..Uolon couotlea. aod Cltlz'n Baya: SCIIUYJ.ER & :imANNING, ml
U.lver II filllogup' For Summer Crops.
Tbe Hotel Werlneadar Indian 10m. alxtyregl "There lintlt.a more "opular tranRpor.tatlon 'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Qorreapondellce Seeds I.Llap
rapidly, ou man In tbla State tban },Ir. Bule.
tered. The ,hotel bas a Rood bual.ne. Invited. .
For the paat fiye ve'tra he bas been 000'lIeoted II
.. and I. doln" well. Florida Eaat Coaat Railway ht
01Beggarweed
with tbe Teo lDte,
Ohufas
Beaol Peanllt. ,
Thero wall a oake """alk at the, lIotel and, haa 1raveled over tbe' State A NEW INVENTIOI}{ M\1let.\ Sorghum8, Soja Deaol, Velvet lit
Indian River IRlIl Satllrday IIlgbt. TbereII during' tbat tlroo. For aeveral yellt'li hewlla clean. Y,

to be a bllt ball at the aame hotel next oaptaln of a ateamer between thl. :lE.A.S: 1
a\l1rrlav nhtbt., under tbe, aUlploe. of city and Sanford. and wa. .monlt the cc:> 1I

the Good !toada C.tmmlttee, all the botelll best.lIkerl .wamboat mell on the Rt.Joho. 'Vhlpp. 01aya.Wonderful. Dlaok, Unknown, Ladyfingerll.Cloall .
Jolnln In plvlog: It attraotlvtlne aalld river during Ibat time. JIo baa Recently Patented all Oyer the World. ,l'ljIbt; tock; Lowe t Prlcea. Conch l ealt, 3 0 ,.er qt., I'oatpald; '1. \0r R

maldnp: a luooe a ot It. The dlDoerIII all" been In chalice 01 "at"Rro r 000 tbe peck $4 j) bllllhel, \\
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to be at 10:10:: p. m.. danclDll bo lnll'alU Indian !tlver, betwet'n THu yl11e and ,po 1try S.uP'Pllea; Stock' Food, In ectlclde GudtlD 1"O'.MI, Fertlllzera.L.
and dining r omwl1 and h"a eumeln aotlve 000'taot I
o'cl.'ok. 'fbe parlar Palm Beach,
The Walton. CAMERON Tne Seed Store,
\ be deour"ted with the nath Da1 col.or. whb a gl'ellt md.nr thou.and p'mpleLate I FLA IdIg(1
ao,1 feroe. and 11ltbted w1lb Inoande \' be WIUI Iteneral l1pel'lntonrl"nt or 114 East Bay Street. .. JACKS NVILLE.

cent IlItht.. 'l'he orob"atraa of tbe botelle the Indian Hlver 8te1tm hlp Company, .
are oornblnlolt 10 furnlllfJInl{ tbe mu..lo. wliloh poaltlon he hold until bl. with.drawal Tackle Block.lIade 'I DCIn
'1'be New Itockled"o orobeatra will play ftom that bl'anoh of the tranlpo Self-Locking I' .Trees leI
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tlu mu lo fur tbeanoe\ aod th IodlanItlver ta.Ion bu loeRl." Taber's M

ol'obolltra the promenade mll'llio. Capl.altJ Bule allal1ml.d hie new poaltlon 10 varlolla .bllptla'a:1I1.: "lz8a, of ler
00 the Ulh of thlll month. and bla many .
ft1endl 00 the KnRt Co""t '1911be\ pleaaedto WOOD, IROY and URONZE. Will na'fe' ao enviable reputation for being well grown, tb.Uty and Irue 01 to altllOoustomera nam Ien.

CHURCH NOTICES. learn that ba will Itllhe lde at TltulI'vllle work eq'lally well with roplI; obalo r very Important oonRlderatlool to tbe planter. Amonl{ our t.housanda .
sperl
as bel'etotore. wire rODe. I. tbe Uolted t lea (}overoment_ _for _whom_ we L_ _are_._ prowlnlt.:.MU aw..nAl_... JQI.
'rite TltuavllIe Prelbyterlan Bllndayaohool duwn hybrldll OD ontr t, both In ourtlery aod olclll\rll. uur weD Y. yg'UD --Ro.aod .
Will work at an, beljtbt, upalde "ervloc. .Fruit tre II, Shade treee,
will mect at 3::00 every aunday Orchard and Nllraery eperlenoBla at y"ur
afternoon.Arohdeaoon. A VALENTINE PARTX.On horlzootally, or at Rny aogle, and will OrnamentAl.. Freight Prepaid. Catalo"ue tree.ULEN 101

atop a d'iook a R01 point. G. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR, (
B. 11'. Brown wl\1\ bold aervloe SAINT MARY NURSERIES,
I'IlIotlo\y neat, t.be 2nd:! Inst... atWaveland.Je Friday evenlog, .Feb. 13th, Mis. Invaluable for every klod of bu lneaawbore Florid ''Jet
on
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Glen Salotfat'y.
entertalotld .
(}ertrurle ltllma llyjtuestawith'
And atEden.Tibball blook la needed IreqllontlYllav- rkde
lleq at 10:10:: a. 111. tbelr ,
In apaclouaplOklnjlholl
Valentine Party
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at 5 p.. m.Rev. ; e. which I. snstjOft. The Inft th.labCr of one man or more.Notblng dem

Mr. DoplU't: 11'111 preach 10 the 'ri.tnavllle houae looked '\Ierylovel1, dooora.ted.wltbferlla like it 10r banglDg or atrotchIng FREE :

Preabyterlan ohurcb every San- 1I0wers, qUl\ntltlalof palma, aodIllqmln"ted "Irel. YOUR EYES EXAMINED II,
dar evenlog at 7:10: o'olock. Alao III tbe with 20 udd Jllthta. Address all comm\lDloationa to the nbb
.. ltookledgeobapel every Sunday at 11 a.m.'fbero Many game were Indlliged Infroltba

wlU be preaoblng at the MetbOIlia. ket exobange ete. ,Alterwhloh apln tbe plate lupper, golog wall toJerulalem1 Walton Self-Locking Block Co.Iocorporated I bave a complete line ot Optlo t'Goodl, aod a

ohurcb, Cocol\, neat SuUdar. at 11II. aonouoooa by dlatrlblltlolt be arts with _do all klnda of Flttlog cf Eye Glassea 1',
E. V Hull : aDd 7 o'olook m., by tb. paator, ,
cscy Pl. p. quotations IIpon them, whl" w re out ( ) and Speotaolol.
,vlted.Tbere V. F.. boemaker.' AU are cordlall1 10- 10 two, daIntily tied with narrow, plok Offioe and Warflroom. 40.j, Atlantlo Ave, Your Eyea xamlned 1'ee. A F" Guaranteed.G. pJ J
and blue rlbboo-eaoh one huoUn tor Elevated Station.BOSTON. .
Near no e'. 'Vbarf, '
Boat builder will b Bervloe. at Bonaventltr", the rem1\lnlnK ver.e, aDd In tbl. wal ..el.ect.lnlf L. MANDA VILLE, J.w, ler and Optlcl n.

Friday, Fftb. 20tb,7/ m.; ,Indlanola, oJp. bl. partner. A loog table WB.IIpt' MASS. '- T TUtVILLE, FLA.
m., 11 a. m. 811ndaJ, ad In tIe out.hern eOlt of tbe ball, -
Feb. :.Ilataod :aaod.: b1 Hn. 11.11. Stur.gl. filled with dainty refreabmeotl, lllrnaod Sample Block cno be een at the AD'VOOATI .

GEORGIANA,. Jo'LA. ., mlaaloolU'J pastor. t1owera. Alter partakao of refreahmenta offioe, 1'IIJJllvllle. FRUIT und VEGETABLE GRO'VERSShip
I leveral hundre.t valeotlne. were

I build a apeclall"uDob hull 20 feet brG UI.op The! Rlltht of Soutb neve Wm.Florida Crane, will Gray vl, lt D.D.the, dlaU'lblltcd.Thu., JIWI. n.1\1&cneal. Prel. .J..... E.Tate,V.J're
ended evenlnlt dellKbtfullyIpent '
teet. 0 loobell 'beam, loa ken uoder all oburohell of tbe Eaat Coaa' on .the to). at IJonaveotllre an each IOllllin blapralle ua YOllr Fruit and Vegetab1ea. IJlgbelt 'Prloea PRld. Quotations &en'weekly.

,aeatl. ID ld. olabed In varnlah for,126. lowlnl{ date ; of tbe obarmln hustCIlI. who Ollr Stencil free to aU wbo wnt.e for It.We .

'Vrlte for prloea 011 otber work. Salota.Maroh 10:10:8rd: I\,. Waveland-Jenaen m.Marcb at All oould manage 10 well a lal'go numbQl' ofglleata. i'Nriffiffi.h'/:' handle Frel Flab aod Game on Commission. 'Ve are tbe largost deale'"

4t.b. l'den-Tlbbals: St. :raula, at { / \ : In the SOllth.
10:::10 a. m, Drl1ylng.Dl'aylollf ; VALDOSTAO
tll Fort Pierce St. AndrewI, SOUTH CEORCIA PRODUCE CO.. '_ -
llo Bros. Maroh ,. *
( gson 'I.I./l, \
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7 p.m.Marob 0,"haulln flf ,Illndll prompt- -
8th, Melbourne, 11 a. m. EaaGa1lle I,. attended to. l\I l. all train.. Stove (

EAU OAJ.LIE, INDIAN RIVER, Ff.A.Iarlne 7 p. m.Mal'ob wood ..upplied.ALI'IUCD. \l\UtJl41N ) I E. C.
at. Gabrlo111. at .
Tltuavl11e: dADLEY, Tltuullle.A JQHNSQN
) Hallway.. 11 ... m.1 aod'at St. Marlu cburob. Cooa \ / J

General Mercbl\nt. aol Sblp ChaDdlerl. a' 7 p. m. \1 L.. Iii
Good Investment. ,
... ., ,, IC..70 .- '\ ) l\Icats
..Special Faollltica.. ..c.. .-:... Groceries and Fresh J.
FARMERS' INSTITUiE. The Walton Self.Looklog Block Co., ( tyU1: W8 '
ror IIauling Out, Storing and Repairing Boalon, juat oapltallzed for $100,001).00) "' () .

Yacbta and Lauoobe.. There """Ill be a meetln of tbo Farm. baa a few more Iharea lor aal. at p r- ..1'\ of all Inn ds.

..ra' Inalltnto at Jen en, Fla.. March 7th.Thero .:l tIle "hare. Patentll on tbla b10ck are '
Montlon th. A DVOOATa when w"&lnK. TIle beet. eb..,.,." and 810'" dunble 10. 1'<101. (
will be prolleot_ I'rofa.Yonn !J GoIIIrd. secured aU over tbe wm1d, and at prelIent 01 all k Indll; IK.1I81'11.Imo.e.tack., brhl ", I..nwork. Season.
111 Iller, anll Dume, of the "'Iorldagrloultllral tbey are belolt oM onlln t.be New .ta. Anyon. CAn apply it. One ooa'1111.nclent. Fruits and Vegetables in I1J
......
lor Fire and w.tArproot. 1
\ Collejte, Lako ; al".. England Italel, bllt '1'\11\ .oon branch Ollt Re..y..lxed I.allU..d.,11 Oy....tbl.l'ltace' for 1Q
Homes Prof. I', D. Rolf., l>atbologlat 0 tbo U.S. Into otber .tAte The proflta wl\l\ be put ftttten Sto'I'yea1'll." 8eod (or clreula,... J'rtoe In Mail Orderl Receive Prom;>t Atteotlon.OOCO.A. .
Virginia Departmeot of Aprloulture: a' Miami, large, ao now Ie YOllr time to loveat, before blUrel"IIlO cent. per If.llon I ball barrel.. M "III.; Fx..A. .!,
'Iarl.OUI all t.he bare. ar old. ... II..n pklt'l. :'. 80 certs.end orden .. .1
and all ablo bodl of aasl.l.anta from \ '" Florid. lI..rdwa,. Cn,. J..m.III.; Knlgh' -
pluta of Ureard oouoty.1'here From 1 to 20 per cent Iderelt per .'t. W.II Co T.opa; Kenn.rly Unrdw&QI.Co.. ,
You learo all about VlrKlnla I.and., will be dl-aoull8ed br eaperta alarlte AOllum la prorolll d br thla oompany.A ..I..t..1. Mctyer.'It' Mack..y.'",.1..Ln.o. n. ..r-
Ita reltOUrCel, pro uot mode of oulthatlnn number of ,qUEllltlolla relatlnjl; tocitrull lIample blook mal be '.eeQ at the n..ttl. SaD ford;.8. If.Tr"vl. &"C.... l.'IXH>&, FIB. I IGIVJtN

price., etc., b1 readlnlt the Irultll, plnelll'1'le. anll vegetablea.'I'lie ADVOOATB cffice, Titunllle, Fla. -------- Special Attention T
Vlrlnh.arlUer., Send lOct.. question bo1E will be one of the Full p..rtloulara of the ,\
for a month. 1I1b ..rlption to the featurea of tbo In tltute, and will prove AlIICRICA.r PROHoTtYG & Tn't'llTs. 00.,

Farmer. Co., Emporla, Va. of oordlall'\l Ilreat Intere.Invited' to and be value.1'reaeot.You'llrlntt are 21, Doaoe atreet, Bottton. )[all8.TITUSVILLE'S w-o ItJ\fS\ I TO MAIL ORDERS FORRard -

,our wile an" bue a pleuant aDd I.rol1t. TRAINS.Tbe .
lass'arHarncss
I.I\lul l"or Sale. ? G
Tin
able dill. Do' not lorRet tbo time 'lid X.--...I..QuaaUty: 1I..t Ia Q..utJ.VV 'val C, ,vare, Crockc1J ,
place: Town bal1, JeOl o. March 7tb. fol1o..lnft are the time. ot arrlY"!
17 acre. fint-clA.. plneal'ple land, Morning and afterooun ell8lonloC. ao.l departure of pMsenger traloe to aodfrom'I'ltn19l11o .&;;L.L'rJD'SCream : and Stoves.Or
dealr.ble frunt, on 8t. Luolo rhor, at abargain. '1'. MCCARTT, : .
It'or reMCnab1e terma write, Cbalrman for IIrevard Co. IIOtlTDBOI11CDo Vermifuge01& prompt
'V.V.. Lt.'olC, 1:11II a mLea" !, Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders
.Tltnnl1l.10. lIaml and lill'l': : pmIII&lrlOeollac.
Tlbbal., Fla. Clothing Clcallecl, Dyecl. poln&l a, } \\Ibd P 111 .- .. TE. ..
1:00 pill Jas. Pritchard & Son.PCatomce .
\ 1COaTHIIOI11CD, Has led all WORft1 Remedies.
Fl1tcr tube. are now for a1e at Pre"aed and Repaired. I.a \hl.omce, prlc. 2 t.; po.tage extra. apeolahy. AddrOlB, Lea'NTlt1IfIvtl1.lor J.keonyl11_ .:..8 p m EVERY BOTTLE OUAItAtilTEKD_
8"1I(1"&RIII1I and IlIcef1lledJa&l polnce ae} .::1r1 pm SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS_ Bo:!: 212.
: a pll1 ,
::::r RoadlnlC notloe ada. on thla page MaltDo1\a\ Aveooe and 6tb !Street, .. Tlt1IfIYlll. 10.. !lant...... t 108 LOU ".PA... DW.1AMF..8 ="'l.orid.a.
U'O live enu per line pef week. P. O. I)& Sanford, Fla. .Url...Tlt..m. trolla aAI<<4 ':13 polll F. DALLA.RD, ST. LOutS. :11 tus""Q"'i.l.l.e." :E :



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