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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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2G. NO. 1. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY. PEllHtTAHY: 7. 1003. PRICE 5o. ... Ir I

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OCAL NEWS SEWING Cash MACHINES, $17.50/ to SfW; no HAVE YOUR BICYCLE OVERHAULed -Have you wheels repaired at Giles'. NEW TURPENTINE WORKS. AMONG THE HOTELS. ,,' h

or easy payments. J. R. Walker by Giles, TItnsville.Dr. '
SAM\ is, 4 'I..
& Co., Titusville.Mr. PERKINS Sanford Dyeing.Mr. ,
1 Topics. of General Interest. B. R. Wilson made a professional The turpentine works of the -T. J. The Hotel Palm Beach and the Hibiscus I "
and Mrs. .1. E. oi t r
Harry Wilson who has been employed visit to Osteen on Wednesday. Ingraham, .. Shave Co., at Eau Gallle Fla., wa hotel, Palm Beach are now doing a i '
ADVOCATE. on the ADVOCATE staff for the Wisconsin, are guests of the Indian Rlv opened for work on Thursday! Feb 10ththe tlimrlshlng tourist business; while the ,; [: e' t
TilE WANTED-A
SMALL LAUNCH AT hotel Titusvillo.
In advance. past two years will sever his connection er l. first turpentine being distilled on Palm Month Club Is giving some of the 0
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||l 1,50 i,oo per" six annum months .. with this office today; and leaves for office.bargain price Address "L. B. this SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, MANager that day. A largo number of Eau Gal bent and most expentilve dinners''the I,] ,,4; .

to foreign countries. Daytona to-night where he has acceptedthe of Cutler estate, if you want tc t He's citizens and northern guests were United States. I II '

BlOOper an. position of foreman on the Daytona -Dr. 1'. E. Rollins and Mr. L. A. Brady buy choice bits of real estate. present, !\fl'. T. J. Shave and his foreman, .iII. 'II, .
Take note of the Ocean View hotel St.
Halifax Journal.Mr. went hunting, Wednesday and returned Mr. Howell taking much pains to showand '
Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. II. B. Mace has engaged!( George t Augustine, on our -1th page. This hotel ,
with forty live the mode of to i
J. G. Bennett and his sister quail.A explain distilling .I !
this page. B. Nauman an his attendant, during the, Is located on Bay street and overlooks
|lne on Miss Bennett of New York are again:( at FRESH STOCK! OF CONIDA'S illness of It. T. Bell. many present who had never before wit. tho ocean. It Is under the management .i j ; t mv
(to with small nessed the Dr. Booth, o f
offer men Kockledge much to tho pleasure of their candies expected to-day. B. Ii. Wilson process of Mr. .1. Richards and! will remain ,
open
Took for W. W. Luce'. -Mr. W. E. C. Eustis and of Boston O. Dr. John Booth Olean w
tal. sharply many friends. Miss!! Bennett was 111 in & Son. Drink PalmoPepsln.Mr. son, Youngstown, until May Ilith. 'r I
]page!8.! New York and came to Indian River as after spending. a couple of weeks or N, Y., Mr. Cochrane a large Iron manufacturer .

Robbins and soon ns. abe was able to travel. She is B. T. Bell, of New York, has so at Canaveral Club, left for home on of Youngstown, O.,'E. W Ntlck Mr. Chas. A. Mcrrltt, formerly, proprietor I' ..

\Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. made now much Improved In health. been quite ill during the past week, with Friday List. ney, Olotiu, N. Y., Col. Perry Grand( of the late Hotel Rathbun but ,: i I .',
Biers Richard and George a trip his old complaint Heart trouble. Rapids, Mich., Geo. W. Hopkins hear now manager of Sprngues's famous restaurant s

Rocoa!last Sunday. -Mr. C. C. Corner and charming -loh.aOlI Mrs.\ J. II. Norton, of New Lake Mich., C. A Alnesworth GrandRapids ; !31: Cortlandt street New York I I'' f

lilr. I. W Durham of Philadelphia young bride, of Columbus, 0., after an FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES I. York, who have been cruising on the Mich.! J. E. .1\1.\1 Hodgson/ Kai recently gave! a swell Electrical Fish I' !J(

Sue\ of the prominent members now enjoyable trip to Cuba stopped over at W.Vegetables E. Goldsmith at the Tituttvllle.lowest pi Ices, try Rose home Maria for, several weeks left for .'Ia,, E. V. Price Kenosha, Win, I Dinner, which was highly spoken of. !II'' yesterday. I .
the
Royal Poinciana Palm Beach, for a and others and mud
Iping at the St. Lucie Club. many were present Attention called to the ad. of the t u
few days on their return. On Monday Senator M. S. Quay and party of _MettHrn. M. S. Sams, F. A. Morganand interested spectators Tho firm employi ,

YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME A night/ they attended the Washington friends, are' expected to arilve 11.I't.: Fred A. Lusley left here yesterday a large number' of colored hands several Fairview 4th Sanitarium Dr. Geo.Ashovlllo 1'.\ Edwards N. O i "

irove, Pineapple Plantation or Vegeta- Birthday Ihll. and ou Wednesday passed Lucie on or about the (Oth of March. for Daytona, to attend a meeting of the skilled mechanics and numbers of mules, on. our page:
U the and! he Is
|blu Farm see E. A. Waddoll Miami through Titusvllle on their way to St. Commamlery horses and wagons In the Industry the superintendent. biddingfor ,
-Lent commenced share of the of the ", '
tour-
on Wednesday a patronage r
Augustine. Mr. Corner la and colored hands bonnet) In /
lour regular Rocklodge correspondent secretary known to many. church-goers as Ash -Mr. J, Manhelm a well known mer being quartetsby IlItM and, health seekers claiming/ his sanItailum {I'' I r I
of
treasurer the Union Depot Co. themselves. The Industry Is new at I !!
but
Id to Bond In his items this week Wednesday. Now, who will wear "sack chant of '1'a II 11 ton. Mass., returned t3 Eau Gallle and will add largely to the to be "A haven of rest for the I ,(,t r 0 1 1weary
I hope he will have returned from his. :::Jr' TO CLOTHING AND DUY -n cloth and IIIhell "" the Indian 1 River hotel.Titusville, yesterday of the About and place for the slok to get i
town.
ting trip before our next issue. GOODS MEICHA: T8 -For from growing prosperity wellThe sanitarium Is delightfully '. '
I -Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller, guests of a visit to Enterprise.Mrs. iKK;; () ( ( ) noire have ('eon bought or I leased ;,'r a
Rent, a Fine, Corner Brick situated In the suburbs of Ashevllle.
Judge J. D. VanDeman of Dolawue'l Store in Titusvllle the the ludiau Klver hotel at this place me R. II. Lalmboer, jr., and her by the company and the work will be

In' again at Kockledge for I town of Bievard county Indian rejoicing ever the arrival of their bon mother, Mrs. Macfoy, of Brooklyn, N. pushed In all Its various branches. Mr. t la !tell mlly conceded that the owner i.I i.

I Judge has bought a building lot on River. Suitable for on clothing from Lebanon Pa. Y., are enjoying a visit to Palm Beach. 1'. J. Shave Is Interested In other tnrpt.n.tine of the Manhanset House Shelter Island, ,

river bank, upon which he will have We undeistand' the Judge had to returnto works In the State and Is a man of L. I., has shown groat wisdom In entrusting '
home erected. goats furnishings dr -M I'a.Thoo. Dlcken of Lakeland, Kla., much and has Its for the p' l.
inter a good his duties In Brooklyn.Mrs. experience largo capita management coming 1 }
Hare chance for arrived in
etc. Florida
; Sunday last, on a '
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Invested the business.SLAUGHTERING season to :Mr. Robert Murray, of the ,
The D. L. Alderman orange grove* up-to-clata business man on visit to her daughters, Mesdames J. I'. Geo. W. Scoble and daughter' Ponce de Leon bt. Augustine ,Fla. A I L I"", I
laGranpe, Is advertised for sale in the East Coast. Immediate Wilson and U. K. Pyles. Miss Merle who have been visiting/ Mr. It'
Contract entered Into with Mr. Murray
was)
columns. The sale takes place at possession. Full particularsof and IIlrs. W. M. Woodward, at DeLand INNOCENTS.Henry f "
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE; LANDSfor last week and It Is probable that SOT (I
I Courthouse door,tusville, on MonI Geo. M. Robbins Tltusville, sale. Improved and unimprovedlauds. for the past two weeks, returned to their eral of his trusted employees In St. Aug. +M'/I
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morning next W- Fla. Prices to suit all parlies. Call home in Tltusville yesterday. Guy Carleton, who, beside being ustine will go with the new" manager to / I f

BtL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S FIIOTOHiaphio -Rev. W. ?I. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, or wlite. E. A. Waddell, Miami, Fla. -Mr. and Mrs H. E. Packer of a charming/ novelist, \Is an ardent the Manhanset Iloiibe. ; $4. I J'

Gallery Titusville, and see was elected president of the Board of Chicago, who have been guests of the lover of birds, and, in writing of bin launch .'
-The Miami Metropolis that owIng Wednesday evening a party toMimyou's :
'is samples of Photographs. Flash- Trustees of the John B. :Stetson University says Sembler Cottage Titusvllle, have secured flotilla experiences relates the story ofa .
to excessive rains the tomato of Island was given to Mrs. A. E. ;
inhti appointment at time. annual of crop murderous fool who brought to his hotel ij
by any DeLand at the meeting rooms from Mrs. Iodson, and will spend of Mass. ot. I
that section has suffered serious damage Williams Boston a guest '
llways something new. the Board last: week Mr. John B. :Stet several months. In our midst.. in triumph twenty-two cardinal birds, 6 j
Hotel Palm! Bonch I'alm Beach A
but the faa mere are going ahead replanting. the Record. very 1 i ,
:St.
been voted out by a majorityvote. says Augustine
having
-llr Geo. F. Langenbacher, one of son the -Mr. Geo. W. Gibbs, one of the pop- A hunter on AnustUnla Island shot to pleasant evening was enjoyed aided t; I ,I
A petition was presented by .
r York's well-known merchants, Is ular and reliable officials of the K. C. G greatly by Prof. John SOUHA Dunn's quartet '
death of blue
business men of DeLand urging the -Editor Jennings, of the New York a magnificent specimen t
_. Fort Pierce and IsHie of Professor and the I
staying near CT.. Co., St. Augustine was a pleasant consisting .. 1\
heron which after showing to admiring r IMellar >
Board reinstall Mr. Stetson but itwas' Fishing Gazette, gave us a call, yesterday ,
the fact that his fa- Carroll Tobias and who i I'
pleased over Visitor. to Tltusville on Sunday lie I.tUlke1 ,. .
Friends and the hackman who drove him
voted down by the majority members on his return from a visit to Palm
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south rendered the of the In Ir
and mother have to
r come had been on a trip to Palm Beach and popular songs day I
of the Board. Now! watch the Beach and Miami. He left for 1'alatkaMieid.ty over, left It to decay on the shore. The ;; J II
j with him. a masterly style. party was completed I,
next move in favor of Mr. Stetson.A afturuuon. Miami.Dr. There Is a law which has long been on with Mrs Locke Ethel ,. y
(-Mrs, George J. Gould Miss Marjorie E. L. Mayo who .left here for the statute books, which prohibits thewanton Lady J. : .
circular letter received from the YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS. SEE I'lillllpu, Miss\ Catherine Carrlck, Mis r t't.
Jihl and Mrs. Gould's mother (Mrs Jacksonville, a few days ago, returned to killing of song birds and birds of '
superintendent of public Instruction, Mr. Wulkvr's sample book of clulhing. hit ho' Ada I Lnvlck and Messrs.( W. II. Oitnes 1
the Indian River el
MOD) have arrived at the Royal Wednesday, no- plumage; but unfortunately for the birds
jaclana, Palm Beach, and Mr. J. Pierre- U. E. Mints, says: "The public schools and woikniatmhlp guaranteed. Latest coin pun lod by his wife, who me the law Is not enforced, and theio m- ins and Frank[ X. Gedbaw. Upon the return t'

lit t Morgan and party of friends are exited of Brevard county will be closed from style and fabiics. Walker will .pleatteyou. south from at DeKalk ei'lh Dr. to be no disposition I to enforce It. 'Theies of the party supper was served in the

at the same hotel next week. March Oth to March teachers 13th for the purpose J. K. Walker & Co., Tltusville.) Mayo went duck shooting, I an Audubon Society In the State, but cafe of the hotel. r j'l

of enabling the and pupilsto Mr. and Mrs. Beadle prominent residents and allot -15; ducks. Ho has gone after Jr 1 It has any members In thin vicinity Tho Royal Poinciana hotel at Palm f.a. ,
,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Coburn of Worter attend the School of Pedagogy at the I
In evidence. The and under the
of Sault::! St.::! Matte, Mich., ore expected quail to-day. they and not song bleach, able management of
M.I8H., who have been spending Melbourne Chautauqua during the week. plumage birds of Florida are carefully Mr Fred ban been resort ;
Sterry, a great I
week visit I
here next on a to -Sheriff J 08. P. Brown loft here for .
tie time at Tangerine, Fla., were Inn Fiee admittance will be grauted all In counties and also the for of late. On lust
protected some lit
their lelatlves Major and Mrs. if!, M. gayety( Sunday: we (
Friday last, on their way to West teachers to every privilege or the Chau- Jensen yesterday to hunt up some law law, III reference to exacting/ a license made note' of the fact that there were f" '.,I" I '

m Beach, where the ADVOOATR: fol- rauqua, and a very reasonable rate given Taylor.Dr. breakers. Sunday: he went to Kockledgo from alien hunters is cl\rrlelout. Time l,20:!(!( guests In the hotel, and more ex :' ; ;, I I d

I. We acknowledge a short call. pupils. The railroad has granted one R. M.! Mason, Sanford's well to look after some orange thieves, and was when our marshes were thronged pected. Everyone seems delighted with ft.: ... :w/.1/ "I\

- opt B. F. Dillon of the Western fare for the round trip." known dentist will visit Titusvllle on or while at (hat place captured seven seldom uecro > with bright plllmalZed fowl; but nut now. this palatial, hotel situated In the garden t
ganibleri. .HherlfT Brown .
Telegraph!( Co., Jacksonville; and -Captain L. C. E. Knight of the about the loth:> of March to remain hereabout falls to capture evildoers They were a groat; attraction to tourists, spot of the world. On Monday night to, 'rr I"

.c. II. Bristol superintendent con- Third Buff Regiment now stationed at a week with oHiues in the Indian and If they were afforded the protection -the night of the Washington ball-the j

''iction for the same company in Newrk Poona India was a passenger/ on Tues River Hotel. Those wishing dental NOW LISTEN 1 We have prepared more which the law contemplates they would grand rotunda wan the centre to which 1 I'I "I J 1

city, were among those Who ttt- day's northbound train Capt. Knight work done, will take due notice. *tf homes for housekeeping ((1&8 regards again become numerous. Up to 18<.(0 the everyone tried to gravitate and never I ; l

Coast. Our prices are right our treat on the Matuozas river, but now this hotel looked more There 't' '
ra Beach, on Monday. Hardy of Robe Sound, where he said owns a valuable orange grove at !Mlcoo picturesque. if" !
-Mm. be spent the time hunting and fishing/ was a guest of the embler Joitage, '1'tUllvllle. ,- ment such that. when we make you a beautiful bird Is almost extinct.! II a. continuous rush of tourist In and f.' .'e :,1+ l'
B, p. Paddlson of Point Cas.II sale are a permanent customer. out of the hotel nearly all day which '
pleasantly. He was on his way to the first of this week. Mr. Ilur- you I, g
IN. C., one of our well-known for very Gibraltar Come and see liS.Ve can and will make Mr. Fred C. King, Mr A. 1). ', t' ..
to take steamer to ford who has been at Mlcco superintending CHURCH NOTICES. t
residents, arrived In town yesterday Boston J. U. & and \ L. Maxson and '
and from that place to Bombay via P. the shipping of his orange/crop, was please you. WalKer; (jo.Mr dishing Mr. W. : the I. k ,
a visit to her daughter Mr Geo. M. i office ,
other members of the staff contln-
it a nearer route his to his home In Chicago and John B. Stetson Is sued
bblnl. & O. steamship, being on way now
Mrs. Paddison has not been The Ladles' Aid Society nf the Method. tally. on the A of the "t'
move. report
I'itusvllle than returning to Southampton, Eng reports. the prospects as bright; for a for' 1,2..0MX; ( ()( Three new suits have
for several\ and we IRt church will meet at the Parsonage Washington ball will be found '
on our
years in / J ,
home
his the .
pleased to see her here again. land. Mr. Hardy returns to heavy orange crop coming year. been flied which makes. live In all. Mrs. next Wednesday at U p. m. 8th page. I a I
England about May. Stetson l Is named In two of the suits for I
-Our are making good use
- ridge J, T. Small of Lewiston Me., I sportsmen defamation of character. These suits Rev. W. F. Shoemaker will preach at .
of some after March1st
the this week
-With reference to gift of their time as ,.
a1'Je! property owner on the East Coast land to Miss Jessie Mae it will be unlawful to kill any quail have been entered by Dr. J, F. Forbes ho Methodist church Titusvllle, next THE HOTEL LA CASA. : .

led at this office last Saturday to see pineapple given and well known actresss. partridge, or turkey. This will end our and Mrs. Lena B. blather; and Mr. Stetson Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7'IOp.: m. All 'ii..,

"Walton Mid In Self-Locking Tackle Block a Hall report the of popular which was recently publishedin Hunting season as the time allowed for say It now looks like persecution Instead ire Invlttd to attend. The crying need of Orlando ha been ,I t t ; p

Hood a device all his travels he had never the ADVOCATE the above lady writes killing deer expired a month ago. This, of prosecution.Mr. Rev. Mr. Bogart/ { will preach In tho Tl- norimiMid hotel facilities. The tourist t 0 j,

ho understands of its kind. The Judge us follows: "Kindly accept my thanks However, dues not prohibit hunter from W. H. White, of Montreal Can. usvllle Presbyterian church every Sunday rind l commercial clement are fastidious _. r

,ht to be blocks-sahi there for so kindly mentioning in the ADVOCATE killing all the duck, bear and other game ada, wan In town a short while this evening at 7.M:; ) o'clock. Also In thetockledgechapel the matter of hotel! accommodation ),
an Immense them In
United sale for the !gift of pineapple land from my they want to.Gardner's. week, and. went to City Point to view every Sunday at 11 a.m. Captain Phil. Bewan recognized this i
Sates uncle Win. Marshall Cook. I am sending his tine orange grove; lormea.l, owned fact' In fitting up The La. Calla, and from i.. ;
will
-"r Frank S. Brown president of you In return a number of copies of by his aunt, the late MI" Becker. lie Archdeacon B. F. Brown hold Divine first floor to roof the house has been I. ,
Flyers. service let In S'. .
Lucie Club and a prominent lawyer'bltadolphla our latest music, which I hope you will was much pleased with It Sheriff Jon on .Sunday.March thoroughly' remodeled painted and pa- 1.
Andrew's. church Fort fierce with
Holy furnished ,'
\ was a passenger on the receive O. K. I am very anxious to P. Brown-who has charge of the grove pared. and newly throughout ,
rt' bound train so If you dress fabrics him. White left for Communion at H a. m.( morning prayerand In strictly modern style. Surrounding
{ Tuesday en route to know more of Brevard county Spring and.Summer open accompanied Mr. and 'R I
home, He said he would probably have any descriptive circulars or accurate next week. Montreal. on Wednesday. service, Ha. m.; evening prayer the hotel there are beautiful grounds ; s. I j v

bra to St. Lucie with his wife and county maps, or can advise me whereI Spaldlngs Boxing Gloves. service at 7 p. m planted to tropical shrubbery, Including'! + 'tpalmy ,JOt,

11"' and remain a few weeks. The can obtain one I will greatly appreciate Clothes wllnlCerll and pins. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH The Right nev.Wm.CranoOral, I .D., camphor tree, banana..* and .a i"' q

Plication for the charter for the St. same. Tbl land is situated in township Leave your order for,Summer Suit, 2nd and :'Ird, we will have on displaythe Bishop of South Florida, will visit the thrifty bud of pineapple This little park "
Had date line of I
''cle' Club has been advertised In the 37, south of range -41)" $l1.i.o to $:I&.OO. largest most up to lurches( of the East Coast on the following III provided with seats for the accommodation I 1
'VOCATE for Millinery ever brought to Tltusville ; dates of guests, and I I. Illuminated with
the : ,
past five weeks. C. A. OABDJCKK:: !: Titusvllle, Fla.
of trimmed ready-to-wear
consisting March 3rd Waveland-Jea at All electricity. The house ha had a phe- 'I''
\LKER'S COLD DRINKS refresh How to Blake Money.We and shape III'ts. in all the season's latest 8alnt.tOOp.m; : nominal run of business ever since It war'' ( I

had Are you have that Wagons for Hale. effect; (lowers-a veritable Garden March 4th, Eden-Tlbba1s-Ht. Paula, at opened and I I.* now tilled with a select N

i, -; IIDg? TryrsWalker's Mixture. offer you an investment guaranteed of Eden; silk, chiffons, laces trim- 10:tfU: a. m. class oft people. The rate are $4 to fJ.I\O
? make '
\\ alker & Co. by two Trust Companies.. Jt may mlnj('. Prices lower than ever before. week for ,
Tltusville. rich. This Is no scheme or f&ke. I now have on hand a large/ aleck of Quality the first all the way through. March fith, Fort'Pierce, St. Andrews, per day. Special per or soajion. 1
you ------
Certificate. If 2-inch tire and 3 Inch tire one-horse wag. 71'.10. f :tt\
Investment
Send $2.00() for The large brick store. J. U. Walker
Winter Home for Sale. are not satisfied upon Investigation/ ons that can be delivered at once. & Co., Tllusvlll March 8th, Melbourne, 11 n. 01. Eau Private> Hoarding.
you back R. E. Mi MS, JR., (lathe, 7 p. m. -

(mhWel.y' furnished. Every comfort we will WELTXEK give you&your DUNJT money: Fiscal Agts, Titusvllle Fla. March 15, Titusvllle, St. Gabriels, at At Blair'* Cottage; ', Merrltt, Fla., opuislteCoooa. I h '

wnea with every facility for making 00; Broadway New York. For Hale or Charter. 11 a. in.; and at St. Marks church, Cocoa $H: to f 10 per week. Send I 4 ',

ooa living at 7 p. postal and our boat will meet you, free o
u I out of the place. Is offered For Sale Cheap. Auxiliary yawl, 40 x 12x2-2.:! Four m.To of '
bargain. Owner'* death causes rind Orange Land. charge. 1
e. \Write Pineapple berths In cabin, one forward. Toilet. In vert torn.
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; this .
office
"Idmu for particulars. The Flannery place, at Haulover Canal, Fully iurnlshed.

"IIOMB.: : Choice pineapple. and orange and land Sew-, on :II acres of land and a house. Fine b location CAIT. JOAN GAito.fEII.: With ten years-successful pineapple Hotel LM Ou n. l\r; '

peninsular, between Waveland the Indian for a Clubhouse; 2,000: feet water. 2t Daytona Fla. growing, which bas paid l 25 per coat net .
airs Point fronting on both the Lagoon also fronting on Newly furnished, clean, comfortable.
For /{
Sale. front oo profit we invite capitol to co-operate Inn .1
and St. Luc'to Rivers beautiful location he Canal. Excellent fishing and hunt- For Sale, at Daytona. the development of one hundred Centrally located and up &-date. TheM t '' Jt tw

ihebeet,i ,'"mbinatlon pineapple orange near Gilbert's Bar Inlet. Sold In 5 and I og. Also 10 acres of fine hammock land acre Best of reference given and a ) t tourist hotel In Orlando. Rates, $2: '
l cottage '$
wtable property on the lower 10 acre lots. Also new, three-room at Iblloh.::! Apply toF. Choice Hammock lands, particularly- borough Investigation Invited. to .: .MX Special per week. t s '

t Cot t will pay handsome income to rent. Apply' to J. WEDB. adapted for growing Oranges. also Irish HAIIUKK: lino, Address, CAIT. I'. BKWAV, ,

''ear. For particulars address C. n. BACxY Waveland, Fla. 3apl Tltuavllle, Fla. potatoes. Will sell In lots of from 10 to 3010. Jensen, Brevard Co., Fla. Orlando, Fla.

WILL L. FaA 'rrz, lapl' 60 acres. C. BDCKMAX', ''

_Ankona, Brevard Co., Fla. Indian Klver, Florida. Quick Healed<< Hid* Wanted. 9m Jacksonville, Fla. Healed IJId Wanted I'artnerHhlp> -Nolved. 1' ) k


IOCkledge, IntUan lllver, Sale, $1.500 Cash. Sealed bids will-be received by the underlined Winter Home for Hale. Sealed bids will be received by the Notice I Is hereby given that Frank Roy- 4' i

until Monday Mar. 2nd Board of County Commissioners until lance and H. I, Klopp, known as KoylnnoeA .

aill{ ?ne .)' the -most attractive and best 3 acres improved, on celebrated River Mer-and !MXJ,;for the following noon work. [I1 reserve, A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 noon on the first Monday in March, fur Klopp, Contractor and Builder, hare. r 1 I
led bland, between Indian all 2<>O the erection of a new Clerk's Office. Ibis IDth day of February mutually dissolved ,
WH. tore East Coast of ritt's location for the right to reject any and bids]: acres, small 3 room cottage orange S
M:1. can find everything you Banana River. :Splendid both rIY- From LaGrange church to the railroad and grapefruit trees, I'M bearing; 9OiO flans and specification may be seen at partnership. All person having/ ;

@tI thle'" sto"All" kinds of fine gro- winter home; fine frontage 00 crossing at Bowman's pla.e-I1or trackto pineapples, under good I, cypress shed; the office of the County Clerk. claim. against said firm are requested to '"A. 1 d
OOO pineapple for
' sad. western meats.Mrt.BIIH ere frost protection. and be filled In with good marl, so a> to Japan persimmons, mangoes guavas The Hoard reserve the right to reject present the same adjustment. 1tl
taujterine FIIANK Itort.Axcr.H. : .
attention paid to the needs t belli des orange. fI.blng and bed water. Ruts in wagon track filled and other fruit. Good water protection. any and all bids. 1. KI.OPI. : = l i''
Excellent
1 Jens
"men and cruising parties. grapefruit trees. and repaired. Jon R. WALKER: ,Address, Box B, R. WAI.KEB f a t

Gr.o. X. IlATcir Prop. .hooting Farti Box 357.DeLand FI a. -It County Commissioner, IMst. No. 1 Georgians! Fla. Chairman Board Co. Com. 20m 4t Fort Pierce, Fla.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 27, 1903.

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Istence,he presented himself one day be- WRITING THE SERMON. I Sheriff Sale. \ 'THI EAST COAST or FLORIDA I'T'ur4 '\


; ; F6AR& tsr to tore marry them their and boldly lighter.linked In permission vain the Friday I. the Mlnlnter'a Till TMk.Day. FoiPerformlnal UNDKK litituuil AND: BY out VIRTUE IIf the Circuit OF AN Court KXECl. inDiulK 1"JL".i. is PARADISE__REGAINED._ ,! e at

*t iMJHJ ,:e, !a"v4 father fumed and blustered and tlirei County In a certain oaime Hank thereto of Si, thrtly I Il Iwsy
few of tbe wood people who wherein the First National
Probably pending l -
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coed to have the young man forcibly I. vlulntlfT. mill U. L. Alderman In,. ejected from the house for his Imperiience. listen with rapt attention to the sermon feniWnt. me, 1 have loved upon and, wtll."II.t pub. : FLORIDA 'EAST COAST RAILWAY.
1 which Is preached l to them each<< lie auction fnintoitha Court HoiiMdoomTltu '
O OTL "I am sorry to annoy you sir. the Denver Post know *. ale, Florida. during the legal hour of
soldier said "but I must re- Sunday says tbe
the aiu uuun
1 p spectfully young decline to leave the house that for nearly 300 years Friday has FIRST MONDAY IN MAUCH, A. D. 1008 LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. 'In Effect Jan. 14, 190-;
honored day for the -
Nor did he been the time pastor
until I have your con ent. the fo'
cash
bidder for
r a.. although the consent was given In these; to go Into his. study write the sermon to lowing the hlirhentand leRorllmd best hal entataof I Ilia defendant SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH OUND-R_ AD UP.
which la! to furnish "food tot Mtuatod In the County of Hrevard and Slaw or -=
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words "Well, suppose you
ungracious : No.98 No.78
No, 3 No.29 No.23 No.74 No.
the to-wit No.99 28DaU
i thought" to tile congregation on. Florida STATIONS.
v i must have your way, but I cannot compliment Commencingat the Southeart corner of what. ,.. D.lly. Dally. D.lly. Da.lly. Dllny. Dally. Dally
of this
In 11. W11
speaking H.
the
following Rundny. neighborhood a>
the ;
of In
choice
my daughter on her a la known .... and 0minium .
mule for a husband" custom a clergyman gays: : Ron (trove Mouth, thmifo 440 yards, theme South luileoree/ 88' I' 13 tD p O 40 0 T GIL a Lv.Jnokeonvl Ie.A T 110 80 T LO p883P D '
4 "When Christianity was first promulgated and 05 minute haMt 110 yard, thenct KaBt Itf deirrenit .- .. ... 0414' ........ .yu.Jucksonville.Lv T42a: i oal ...,.... .. ,Chi'

scratch of a pin may cause the]loss all preaching was done extem and WrtegrennandOo on minutes North uilimUjn 44O Went yards 110, thonriNorth yard ..S43p. .200p. .: 1066 1118 I ..900a.... .. :::.Bt.Augustiue....Hasdnge, .,::: ..541),.:... n..Ol3p: .
The .
when blood poraneously. Such a thing ns preparing the ,I'OlnCof begInning containing 10 n 1083. II 40( p 11 4h: 040 ....)C. Pal..tk.. ... IIlIta 3JBV 614p BOt I
death to
of a limb or even a sermon was unknown. Many and hrlnic iltuated. the NK'X: of th-NWtf and{ ..... .. 0 JIS PI ]16a. 0 lIi .... ... .....Lv. ....... 3 001'1" ''
poisoning results from the Injury. All their views pie NW'/ of the NJo of BBC. iiO Towmulp 21 ,I........ 806y209p1008e 4r.Palatka..Ar.. ... =, ... I .
danger of this may be avoided however, gifted men expressed on Houth, Kange 30 Ea t. 1'urtliamjr pay' for deed 8 \.. Sr.,.ban. I&'e' ) -.661.660p: .
by promptly applying Chamberlain's Palo various subjects, then added a few Ct.fel>27 J. P. BROWN, Sheriff. I.87..06..I N 16'4 8 16..L..K"nM&t..o..L.! .8hl. .. ...._ .. .. ... .I 70GII_,!

Ualm. It Is an antiseptic and quick beal. words of good advice to their listeners. 3 001' .. Lv.. Neo ...L' .... .... .OP...
<]T Ing liniment for cuts, bruises and burn This practice U still continued in tbe I Deed. i ,... ..,. 384 .. ..... .......ltunnells./ .. .. ....... .3.p.......: .. hc!
Application for Tax a .111. .. .....Dupont... .. .. 'OOp.... .: :
,. For sale by all druggists and medIcine Roman Catholic church of the present 11 88 p 8 80 110 p )047 .. Ormond...... {80 a 3 68 p 4 03 p 7 03 "I "
dealers. day and I think that a very limited :;j 1 401! 84ap 1231 I' 10 IIlh .... .Daytoos.Orange.:" .... 2811 a48p. (41p 061 VUad
Under Sec. S,of Than. 4 H8. Laws of Florida. I 811.. .ForE .. 8 SiS P !-oJ
T LOVERS. _number of tbe priests ever write a ser HEREBY OIVKNTH PETER z 1910. ti18 p 1 G3" 1190: ....NcwBm rna ... 8bdn 3131 I .413p,6lOp tSif4 -
PERSISTENT Faithful to tl> La.' mono Not all ministers, however adhere NOTICE IS, iiurvliiuier, of Tax. No.1M3 :::! 823p. .. .. ......Oak i11L..:... .. 801108a p ........ .... t';t.
I Ii4 In many Scotch families the old mai dated tb. fttli day. nf June A.. J>. 1HU4 i"i 000p 8 liB I' 13071' .....Titusville., .... B00a Slap I 837" 043p >IxHI
; Is permanent institution. lie to this rule by any means. When baa fllod: ,said oortlfloate. in my olllce and has "+ .. .,. ., ., .. ..,. .. ........ () ."..... ....,.... 1.3p........ .. .... :>::5
1 1 [ WOMEN WHO WERE MARRIED I IN servant u Henry Ward Beecher was asked on .. applloatlon for tax deed to lamie In accordance r .. 6 tO p 8.0 JI 1210 .....R"okll'dlf..... ...,. 180 p a., I' 'DB ;
It enters the service of a family when he made with. law. S..ld cortirtimto embrace the "R,",. .. 26 p 4 ao p 1 2t P .... ,Eon 0..1110..... ........ U 110 v a 1t .00 zl::
SPITE OF THEMSELVES. is sticks to his place and resigns what day he prepared his sermon he property Bltuated In Hre- ... .6 33 p 4'08 .p 1 I0 p .....M..lbourne..... ....... 1141 I'' a as )> ,1t "W('j
a boy replied 'On Sunday morning "of County, Florida. to-wltl Lot T, Rerdell'sadditton .,. 607p. ...... ..... Sebastian..... ........ 1201p.... -
i only when the infirmities of age vard Sections, Township V. .. aup.. .8t. Lu', 10..... .1114a. ..... .. &
course.' ::: I : to TltiiHvllle mini: Iwinic: a M I 847 746p eoiS 240p..Fo.Pierce. ..... .1215aIt01a 1261p aeop
Bald I
he 1 lu
lone Malrliunnlul tOmprrlenre That are upon him. Naturally grows 'Well. !Mr. Beecher don't think Mouth, linage an Kant.of the The ItiHiiance of such eorttficate !. I ........ ........ 8 29 p........ .rtbbale....... ..... to 41 n ..- .. '' y
Would MI-VIII tu Justify VoUalr. time to claim as rights what were ut you sensed.at the date Unless said oertttluate .. lit 6331 .. .. ..Eden .....,.. ... 101'1: a .... .. ...:.'
Unknown. I
M1! 91 first granted him as favors and If his that Is a rather dilatory habit for you t the hail. name IK redeemed of according to law tax ....0. ........ G 3811' ........ .......Jen.el1 ....... ........ 10 83 u ...... .. .....:
Oulcal DrtlarRllon That "Any a ., ..... ... Stu..rt.. .. .10 Ue ..., ......
March .
of 6
71.
'H 1 Can Wed Any "'..10..0." opfiosed asserts himself with a spirit to get Into? asked another.' dad. will .laaiio thereon on the IDlh day. No.26......... ... .., ....... .... (! ..., ........ 969a........ .. .. Nay

of independence. An English paper 'Oh. no not at all replied Mr. A. 1) 1W3.WltneFR n :y official signature R"I.eal this the Dal y........ .. ........ 818 ... .....W.. tJupU.r.. ... ... ... 1140. .1105 a Dally I'
4 8Ma
I 14L woman In his 'You I 6 40 a 0 30 p aGpAr.Rny..1Polnol..na.l080p lIB V
f "Any man pan uuirry nny this.A Beecher quick way. see lath day of February,A. U. IIK J. p
illustrative of 880
tells a story A. A. STEwART, 9 805 6 60 9 40 8 n p 4 3D I l.y..The Bra..kl" 1013 p e 1100 a 113 6
. Ot'!; Voltaire ciiee ci'iilc'iilly! lii-IuriHl, "!f ho< lady's coachman.a crusty old ftl. look at o sermon like some do on a pan- Clerk Circuit Court of Hrevard County Fla. 9 86 6 MA 0 481 8 3J 4 .0 p.RoyaIPolnct..na.A. 10 CII I' II 40 II JO 50 103 100

4I '' only pursuer her long onoiiKli.\ This.. low who bad been in the service otthl cake. They can be served hot or cold.' [Ct. Ct. Seal ] Hy O. A.Stewart, D.C. ]9136 1 I" .606.... .9..H..p, 8.0 900p .t60...... ..W.p..lm.....B"vnton. Beach.Lv..:.. ..Oll3p.... t80n 8011"10tu...... .. .lU3v.... 681o 828
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I r at any rule, was the oxin-rlriice of Jacob family In her father's time gave and I like mine hot; that's all/ 10 k1 916I' ......;. ....... Jelr&1'....... ...... T will known character Deed. 09 a ... ..,.,. 10 001 1 ....... ..Ft. I..derd..le.. ...... T .. ... .,... 4101127x.
Ilullhl.iy,
u her great trouble and annoyance 011 Application for Tax ,. ..,. ? ., 1310p. ....... ...,. l+'llandale.. ... ........ Slit....... ....,.. t25
,, In the north" of Kii:{lanil a couple ot several occasions by not carrying out Tourists Try Comfort. --- 11 40 10.1 V............, Lemon CHy... .. .. .... .... ... 107116oa
S IS10a1148 10110 e.o Ar.... Miami. ...T.v C00p 6 : II .lloo H)
lI generutlolnl dg" her Instructions. At length his conduct It is what Its name .Implies If you Under 800.8,Chap.4888,, Laws of Florida.NOTICE .
Never did a lover! will a wife under became unbearable und she determined are troubled with your bladder, kidneys, 13 HRRB11Y GIVEN THAT MATTIV!' Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
of Tax Ceriltlnnte No. 4M1; ,
such discouraging comlltlouH ua Jacob to dismiss him. Calling him Into rheumatism or heart trouble, take Com- dated, purchaser the 5th day of July. ". D. 18U7, bun
a i for after liln. Hrnt propuMiil lie wall her presence she said with as mud fort. It Is pleasant to take and harmless. flail 1 said rertIdeate In my.office and has made -J..CKSONILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

c Hounilly liDi'Hi-wlilppcil by the younglady'8 asperity us she could command: All druggists; COcts a bottle. B. H. WIl- iippllontion for tax deed to Issue. In accordance the followIng No.31 ; No,1aNo. I ,
ti futlicr and ducked In a couveu "I stand this longer. John. lionIon/ agents; at Tltusvllle. For with law., Bald certifies situated i e embraces in Brevard county 23 No.27 No.29 No.311 No.43 Vlllly 1).11.1 I No.93 I Duly NobDaily
cannot any ile rrll>eii property I I I I
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lent pond. You must look out for another sltuntlon. further particulars write your troubles Florida. to-witl Lot 30, Itlock 4, Blind out VillI). Dally Daily Ja.1ly. Mar. E.. val.y. }Ex Inn_ Dilly
to the Afco Chemical: Co., Jacksonville, lots 21,VI, '.'3, Kan faille, Boot on TowiiBlilp 27
91r "I'll a81t her again next year Jacob You will leave my service at the 8., Range 37 K. The said land being:: assessed at Lv. J..I1."nvlll... T 111\a OIl 40 a a II p 1 33 p a j''T3 1 O I> J 8 05 p 8 lfj;) 825$
spluttered us he emerged from his end of the month." Fla. the date of the issuance or such certificate In the Ar. St. Augudne/ 8 &5.. III 00 .a/Iio/ 5).a 1 3r> 830 p 83' p 4 00 ,I 9 05p 91 835'ST.

.1 t tenth, the fire of hlu IIIIMKloll| not a whIt The old servant looked at her In T- shall name be of redeemed T. If. Minico.according, Unless to law said,tax certificate deed will AUGUSTINE 1'0 JACKSCNVILLE.SCIIJilDULES .

queiifboil, by his cold douche "Regularly amusement for u minute, and then the Norway hotel Sy.tem. Issue thereon on the Roth day of March A.1)HHCt.WltneBB No.16 N,30 No.38No.
once a year, on till anniversary There is a capitalv botel system in my official signature and seal this the 98 No. Justly Daily Dany No. 44 No. 30 No. 73 No.74 No.2Daily.
characteristic "loyalty" camo to the 1>. 1003. I I I
13th day of February> ,A. I ,
i' of lila first proiioHul and Immersion, surface. vogue In certain parts of Norway. In I A. A. STEWART. Dally. sun Ex., Sn.Ex. Sun.v Ex.. Dally Darly Datly. I DdlyI
Mr villages where no hotel exists one of Clerk Circuit Court of Hrvvard County,Fla. -
h Nicholson Bays in his bloBTitpliy of "Xn. na my lady" be said. "I drove [Ct..Ct Seal] Hy O.A. Stewart,D. C. I St.Augnetine 0 H a Ile s B18a Ili1 a I I P I 2 I, I 6 40 PAr. 2 02
I I
llalllday "Jacob attired himself In bin you to the kirk to be baptized I drove the more prominent Inhabitants is subsidized I .Jacksonville. 7 6a" I 8B 0'I' a 9 11 a 12 37 0 11 40 y 110 t 713 u 7 3J 7 41 I a 10

fluent raiment and prem-nted bin pet!l by the Norwegian governmentand
you to your marriage/ and I'll stay to for Tax Deed. OF DRANCU LINES.
Application
lI In return is bound to provide accommodation -
lion, always with the name negative re drive you to your funeral."
for not less than four -
7 hilt When be presented Ulmwlf now BANFOBD BRANCH: ORANGE CITY BRANCH.No.I .
a middle aged man for tbe twenty- travelers. lie may take In four If be Under See. 8 of Chap.4808. Laws of Fla I II
Circumstance.
'I fourth time tbe lady xreetetl bls appearance Mysterious chooses, but four Is the minimum. The I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT MRS.No.C.4, I' TAoTION8.. .12 e. I o. 8 TAoTION8.TJlUn.Ule..A'1 o. a
One was pale and sallow and the other 1, purchaser of 'rax Certificate Dally DulL! Dall Dsll Dell Dill
l with a peal of laughter 'It' fresh and rosy. Whence the difference accommodation and food supplied are dated. the 2nd day of duly A. U., 1000 has I f06: ...- 20p

no good Jacob I nee,' she exclaimed. She who Is blushing with health uses Dr excellent, and tbe charges are very filed a duplicate 01..101 certificate deed In my to office Issue' i iI 7155 .......... 107 p 4t6p 10IOaLv.N.Sm rns, Ar IHp 75Sala
moderate. I and has made application for tax Ly.......... O.Ieen, ............, 11 Ot a 5Gap ith ,
I may a' well Rive In now n later but King's New pms to main It. By gently; In accordance with law. Bald certificate emre .- e66a Ly..Bnteryrllte..Ar'U' O 690 it815sLv.OranReClty.Ar134e p 611e80a

What a faint hearted creature the Importunate arousing the lazy organs they compel Cured/ Consumption. bra"Brevarrt, the following County.Florlda described, to-witt properIYlItU.to.I''In !E.jj0 NIf (. I A ........,. S/I"r..rc\ ....... ...Lyl1 00 & 626

widow wa compared with good digestion! and head off constipation KS of BW5i of NEK, Sea. 13,Tp. 2ISK.Slh.rhe .:. O. 9Bun. No Ii Ii 3 50.2
r Try them, Only 25o at all druggists., Mrs. B W. Evans Clearwater, Kan., said land belnK assessed. 1 at the date of the OfAYPOETBRANOH. Dally Oolj
D.
:Jou I..uanoe..r such certificate In the name of I.J. Only lly

Sheridan! took an equally bold course writes: "My: husband lay sick for three Byrer. Unless said certificate.hall be redeemed 110. 46Y v... .... .. ... ... ac.onvl a ............. .. ..Ar IIIs 499Ii05a
when he Bought to win the fairest of When to Prmne. months; the doctors stated he had quick according to law tax deed will Issue thereon on 4IIp .................... .. .....................Lv 852a I DI
consumption. We procured a bottle of the; lath day of March.A. D 1003. 1140 a U p I Ar .. ....................Pablo Beaoh..................... ..Lv 160. I DO
the beautiful daughters of LInley, the An annual pruning should be given Ballard's horehound Syrup and It cured Witness my official signature and. seal this the 1145. 11'9 pAr.......................A.tlantlo Beacl1 ......................L" T 45 a 3 HLv
4 composer of Bath, who was strongly all grapevines at some time during the him. That was six years ago, and since 13th day of February"..I A.), lorn.A. B fEW ART, 1900m G.5 Ar .... .,....,............., Harpor' .......................... T80s .00

opposed to tbe suit of the brilliant period of rest between tbe late tall then we always kepta bottle in the boose. Clerk Circuit Court Hrevard County Fla. Train do not top .at itatlo-s opposite which no time Is shown.
young poet and dramatist. Ills ladylove fronts and the early movement of sap Wewunotdo without It. For coughs [Ct. Ct.BealJ Hy 0..&. Stewart D. C. Three Time Tab'es show the time at which trains. may' be expected" arrive and d pirj
from the several. stations but their arrival or departure at the time. stated I* not fruaruuH
too, wee beset by an army of the following spring but never prune and colds it has no equal. 2.r>o* 50o and nor does the Company hold Itself r.sponslb for any delay or any' consequences ariiloj
BUltors many of them far more eligible when the wood Is actually frozen. $1 bottle at B. K. "Wilson & Sons. Notice. therefrom. .

1""' than tbe penniless law student. The Good authorities agree upon this -
Connections at Miam
circumstances called for bold and decisive though they may differ as to the exact The Drop Cartatla. CONCERNED TAKE NOTICE THAT Peninsular and Occidental Steamship

d. time that Is best to prune. The writer A had been tbe A'LL 1'. Brown as Bherlff and ex-Oflldo
to to theater
action. After threatening youngster AotnlniBtrator the Entate!: J.C. Frink BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST HAVANA. AND NASSAU.
1 r troy himself If the ludy refused his In tbo latitude of central Illinois hue and upon his return his uncle asked deceased has. sled his BUIitestlon In writingofthe

advances and fighting a couple of duels found It best for several good reasons him bow be liked tbe play. lnnc-lvencv e a I persons of the having estate clalinB of said against rieoeaFed.Pherefo Bald. MIAMI-NASSAU LtNB. MIAMI-ICCT: WEZT-DAVANA LIB

1 f with one of his most formidable rivals to practice full pruning. It done then. "Oh." he replied "the play was all tate fro hereby reoulTeil to appear and, file I Commencing January
Commencing 'Jal1uaryl,1903.
Bberlduu took the bold step of running It Is out of the way of the rush of right but I didn't see nearly all of It." before them properly the 4th day authenticated of April. 1003.In lui Court on or Lv Miami Mnn..Thur..........t..........U 0'1 Lr Miami Bm.Thi-r' .16,1903.2a
away with Minn 1-lnley and conducting spring work; also, the weather la usual "Why. how did that happen?" asked Ordered. this :27th day of September A. D 1003. .Ar N.....,u 7'use. Fr. .....................300p lArKoy" West Sun., ..19 JC
ly pleasant and the work be done [Seal] A. 1>. J'K'MCY.!: Ly N ...... W.fl., ,Sat; .... .................10 <*> a 'Lv (" .y West 8un'I..Thur....... ...........1100lArHavantMim
her to a French nunnery where she remained may his uncle. am-27mar County. Judge'Executor's r JU.ml Tuu..Sy.1; .. ................... 00 aCommonoing ... JM
In confinement until succumbing with lent pci-Homil exposure to the "Because." answered the youngster, HavanaMon. Ft.I ............. ..... 400
i t February 8, 19O3.LrMUmlMnn. iLv' K. w'e t Tu"V. flat' .. .. ...... .. .. ....li I rt!()
? to her lover's daring and persistence operator. If I pruned In the. full there "the roller must have been broke for ., Wed.Frl I........ .... ... I 00 p L..K.yW@Mt.I'U".8.t.' y .......... ..... 60''
she consented to marry him., can be no danger from 'bl<.oedlng." a the window blind fell down two or .Notice. Ar Hassan T ... .. .
l.YNa. ail Tu.\.TI./iI./ .. ..... 3 00 pi
I' An amusing and characteristic story term imed to designate the waste 'of .three times!"-Chums. Ar Miami Wed., Frl Sun................ 6 80 a|
1 la told of Lord Beaconsdeld In the sap from the newly made wounds. To all whom 1C may concern t Commencing March SO, 1903. Above hour baaed on Path( Meridian StansrdTimeexceptthatshownforNaeesultl

which follows late If Ito HEREBV MIVEN THAT !BIX ............ .. loci
days when 1m was wooing Mrs Tx>wl8. spring pruning. NOTICE tT Miami Mon.. W-<1..Frl. S 00 p
In the fall and the primings Anyone In South Florida [ | from the date of this notice I will ArNni. >eiiuTiie... Thn Sat.............. 0 SO aLv
to whom in later years of married life pruned antImmediately present my anal acoounts to the Honorable Nassau Tue. Thur.. Sat.............. 8 03 p I Nassau time.
he was so touchlngly devoted. burned. many disease came make money in their leisure time, A.D. Penney County Judge In and for llrevard. .Ar Miami Wed.'Frt.. Ban ................ 6 kO a
County: State of Florida and for Letters
apply
distributing the produoia of a large manufacturing :
One day Mrs. Lewis, who was tben terms, und Insects will be destroyed or UUnilsiial. as lxeClUo.t the KBtate; of Hans
that would otherwise survive tbe winter company among their neIgh. ,enpsen, late of the County of Drevarn', State of For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.
living lu retirement at her seat In Glamorganshire
bors. Our goods have bad a steady sale 'lorlda' deceased.
I saw a gentleman walking and that would prey upon the vine for 2.1: years, which ham been wholly by JOHN HORENSKN J. D. BANNER Asat. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAt

,+ I leisurely up the drive. "Jane" the exclaimed the following season furthermore full our local agents (men and women) who Fla Executor, Nov. 15 of, 1902.Estate. of Han Jeppiien.enaen lam 6010lrr .

) to an old servant "I really believe pruned vines can be more easily protected earn Rood wages the year round. If you
from tbe twverlty of tbe ensuing wish a good business without
profitable
that horrid man IMftraell Is coming ;
We cannot guarantee to publish Official Supply house of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.(
winter.-\\ II. 1 to an. risking money send a self addressed return
tbe drive. Do. to the
please, run
up
4 envelope for full to A. terns that do not reach this. office before
particulars ,
door and I'm not at home" Jane
opened the say door to the undctilred caller Lea Wade Gen] Agt. (tj 75))Boston,Mass. noon on Thursdays The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

and nnnounced her
f gravely message Manufacturers of-
"I know" Dlwrnell' coolly answered, .>.;

"but take my bug to a bedroom and
prepare luncheon. I will wait until The Best is Found the Cheapest.

Mrs. Lewis Is ready to come downstairs =

+ r ," which, of course, Mrs. Lewis

felt compelled to da a few minutes J4 + \ e a

later. UNITEDPineapple C >

"Oh, dear, what can I do with such. >

41(; In obstinate thick skinned man?" the 1tf

6' widow asked desperately later In the 1pf + + 121E'

4lay when Dlsrnell showed no sign of '
FISHING NETS and of EverDe crlptlon. 'a
iI the Netting
raising siege. "Murry him I suppose
n ma'am" was ,Jane's i>hlloophlemmwer Dealers In Seine TwIne, MaItre Cord, Hope, Etc. V.

and iu the world knows thepersistent r + i Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.

wooer had his. way In the + t 70-81-83: E. Indiana St. Chicago I'l. I

end in this as In most other things In ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... _I
PerfectHealth
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life. W> are Members of the Illinois riwherraen's Asuoclatlon. _
A Judge, not long deceased used to

tell a diverting story of his wooing. In + .
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tt those days, he was a struggling. and obscure WRAPS -- -

a lawyer without even the prospectof C23ASw: s HL. TT HiviE cSc C Ol-:

an Income and the woman on whomhe BY TMB USB OP + r .
had set his affections was the 817. 519 W. Bay: St.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

n ; daughter of a purse proud man with n Dr.

I'y' y high Bounding name who was stronglyoppostrl Pierce'sJ.. Are the Best. Ask your Neighbor.

to Riving his daughter to a
4ji t "penniless lawyer." i 4.

"1)o) you know, sir" the father, thundered Favorite { We Make Them in all Colors. a IFULL- Fucai.

when h,e was asked for his

daughter's hand-"do you know sir, i e

that my daughter's ancestors have all Prescription EXPRESS txpAEs

turn noblemen and that one of them PREPAID PAeoaA

1 was a favorite minister of Queen Eliza- Mrs. H. A. Atebrm+k. of Auirtln. Lonoke For Tomatoes try -_
U, bE'th7" "Oh yen, I know all that" the Co.. Ark write "After five month of Ir %3

,' g young 1.111rrlMt.-r placidly answered writ great thin mifTtfriiiff for the with bene5tot female other wmknrM...If"' ....I L0
j und. do you know that Queen Kllzafci'th from the same affliction I doctored with

once slapped' your nncentor'i face our sult family IOU my phyNiclait hunlmntl without urged me any to. good try Dr.re .UNITED D Vegetable Paper.
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and unlewH you are more civil I will do Pierce'* medicine wnich I did. with V 64
1 wonderful r
rewilt .
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tie saute for you? It In. scarcely surdoing I took four buttle of Ur,. Fierce' lf.vorite.. a b +I I
that so bald and! during a lover Prencrioliou.. four of hi* Golden Medical
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) had his way In the end even In tbe relict llix '*.''* end two vial of hi. Plea aut On trial will make you our customer. I Doz. r 1

IYr face of such a barrier of ghostly noble The Common Sense Medical Adviser ( 1 C
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Y ancestors looS large page in paper It your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers write to DCUVTRCD: FOR S I
The lute Prince Itlsmarck it Ii said covers Is sent /ret on receipt of si Qt

woo his wife In much the same way. one-cent tamps to pay expense of $
Although he had not known the lady off mailing only. Address Dr. Fierce: U1ITID P..t
ids love more than a few days and her Buffalo N. Y. ..

i ) luy;.uu N Ore: nut even aware of Us ex. SOUTHERN OFFICE, A.TLA."IToGA..
Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.

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CROCHET WORK. GROWING THE PINEAPPLE. NEW DECORATIVE FERN. I Women as Well as Men t I'I) _______


}t. BOBBINS, Cure. Trlmmlngr. Dolntr. Durable and E..- Tt>. Main Crop drown From 9nck.rs>,,. A lin.inen. Sp..r* of the Itoalon. Are Made\ Miserable '
SIT Mud For I\lKlitrob. Th. Planting 9>.>on.t Likely t.. He Very )'.'i.alnr. I. by :,

[ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR A Prompt and Effectual Remedy for all Fine white crochet cotton and a steel | may be of Interest to readers In I A new decorative fern and one of Kidney Trouble. \,: ,

' 1 AT-LAW. forms of hook are required for this \\-ork. Make general to know how so popular a most handsome Appearance Is now "

chain length desired: 1 d tr In -the fruit as the (pineapple Is propagated. being Introduced to notice under the \ 0 1 ,

ill nrnctloe In State and United,State I Rheumatism and Gout. Suckers are planted for the main crop I name of Ncphrolepta plcrsonl. its history Kidney! trouble preys upon the mind. discourages 1'; -

Court.I of tile common varieties. Well matured aa given In American Gardening and lessens ambition; beauty.vigor '
). I Especially Coinimauded by B. C. Datrow&:Bon. and'cheerfulness
: FLA. suckers will produce a crop In fourteen which Illustrates It shows It to be a ""'u. i_..1 sooti'u" I
at TITUSVILLB, ;
Office f.:T Pdisappear when the
The S. C. Darrow to eighteen months from the time of variety of the well\ known Boston fern. (
. & Son Co.ORr.ANDO neys are out of order .
Betting out. The sucker should be set In decorative effect the new sport so' ;
diseased.
or
L. GAULDEN, _' three to five Inches derp. according to far outdistances the original variety \(; Kidney trouble has j .
FLAT,, U. S. A. .
size cure being! taken not to set! it so that there Is positively no comparison .. :' become so prevalent i' '
ATTORXET-AT-LAW, Forthe benefltof persons afflicted( with deep that sand! coo be easily blown to bo niiide according to the authority that It Is not uncommon I

all the Courts of the Stat I Rheumatism In any of Its various fornm. t Into the bud. mentioned. The picture gives n good for a child to ba born "
(mil practice rond In the United States Courts.l. we confidently olfer the S. C. Daurow & Plants may be net: out nt any time Idea 0ftbe character of the fronds. ,' afflicted with weak kid. '; ,
I nwlila Son Rheumatic: Cine as a and .:- If the child urln-., -,,
prompt ,,
during the but the favorite tlDltl'L"iBArPLJII > The new fern nan nil the characterisetics neys. .. I
year .
ILLE FLA.ATTORNEYATLAW
TITUSV ,
238. efficient remedy. One [ '.0 I Dos, that can be relied =- ales too often.> If the ,
of the licmton' fern as far na cane!'
upon at all times. It relieves the distresslnsr urine scalds the flesh or If. when the child I "
S J. WEBB, pain very quickly, reduces the of growth. general I ImrillncMft, list-ful rcuchea an age when it should be able to ':,'
fever, destroys the poison, and ellmln- ness etc.: a me concerned, hut I Is much control the passage. It Is yet afflicted with "I ,

I ate lt from the system, preventing re- 4'.: .__ ,;,:, more graceful and Is entirely different bed-wetting. depend upon it. the cause of ,{ I
currlng attacks. from any other tern hi general cultivation the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first 1 4
C I Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Cures ROUT, lumbago stiff, swollen and the whole effect of the frond step should be towards the treatment of ,; .

''/ Taxes paid for nonre8ldent8'd tender Joints, click In the back, stiff ns It grows being something like moss these Important organs. This unpleasant \
'd rents and accounts oolleotel.mrsVILLB neck, or any other form of Rheumatism. CROCHETED COLLAR AND CT7FF. trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the)

.' FLORIDA.ATTORNEYATLAW Price, i 50 cent per box;"RU, boxes $2.50. tenth. eleventh and twelfth eta from kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as

Address with' 2 cAnt stamp: Tho S. C. the hook. 3 ch skip 3, 3 (I tr In next most people suppose.
Darrow &; Son Rheumatic Cure Tablet 3 Women as well a.s men are made miserable '
st repent from to cud of cb; 8 ch
D. PEKNET, Co., Orlando, FU. with kidney and bladder trouble ;I
si Bt In same st with last d tr. 5 cb. 1, and both need the .
same great remedy. r l
8. C. DARROW &: BON: a c In second of 3 d tr I 5) ch. 1 a c In The mild and the Immediate effect of

from For the ten terrible years I hv tlist'ase-rIointts been a coiiHtnnt' ,,,. and.,,,(ferer ua 1 second of 3 cb D ch, 1 s c In second of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold I ,,4

0 CBVILLB, FLORIDA. limi tried every remedy known both In till* Coun. next 3 d 'tr, repeat from to end; turn; by druggists In fifty- "

I fill practice In all the courts of the 7tl 1 I. try I beoama anil In diHcouruKod Kurope.without, and, hail the relief lout falcli I expected" in try 7 ch, 1 a c In third of 0: ch.* 0 ch, 1 B cent and one dollar, IjJ .

Judicial Circuit. Inp to ever (ret any rrtlef. :Hy the ad view of. c In third of next 0 ch repeat fromto sizes. You may have a E II! tl
2 frleniml was, indncod t to try a box of "narrow's the end: turn: 6 elm 1 c In third of sample bottle by mall .

7 me.Ant!-Rbeulllatio I have taken Tablet nix "boxeR which of I found tills valuable helped' first 5 cb, 2 uP.( 1 s c In next 5 ch. repeat free, also pamphlet tell- Dome of swamp.nomIng .'

A. FROST, preparation, anil am prepared to recommend from to the end; 2 ch. 1 c In all about it. Including many of the \'
mitrerlnu from rheiimat iso thousands of testimonial letters received
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:: second of 7 chi turn 7 ch, skip 2, 1 d '1 ;.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW row's Antl-Rlieutuatln Tablet ournd me and It ; ; from sufferers cured. In writing Dr.: Kilmer
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will cure you KD. .TUMI', Orlando, Kla. tr III third fourth and fifth; 3 ch. &: Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and
I Ivill! practice In all the Courts of the 7th Prop.l'enrl Qloiis steam Laundry. skip 3, 3 d tr In next 3, repeat from BUCKEM. mention this paper. i. (

5 Judicial Circuit. to the end. Have second row of d tr [A pineapple sucker trimmed ready to .
11EA.L ESTATE FOR SAI.K. set; 13. bte of a properly trimmed I I
| TrrusviLLE, FLORIDA. opposite those on first row; 7 ch si Bt sucker.] I

__ In same st with last d tr D ch 1 B c In ,
BV B VI B Mm > Mi MI IDEAL FLORIDA c
HOTEL which third of 0 ch. 5 ch, 1 s c- In second and la during the fall after the suckers
i. A. MORGAN cost :$73,000' with connecting1 park of ,
REDBRICK: have made a good growth and are
(SOacres su'uliviileil sixth of 7 ch. I 5 ch. 1 s c In second! of I
bordered by beautiful II
3 a tr. I 0 ch. 1 In second of 3 ch, I somewhat hardened off.
lake bass flailing boat house s c
Abstracts of Title. ,gOut ,
If there should be suckers fit to sot
billiards>' pool' bowling tennis, gait ;5 (-h. I n C In second of next 3 d tr. repent : ,:
? REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, links, spring of pure water (Identical from. nil around. Second'\ row- out In Hprlng. the pluenppla grower. AfP i ,

. Loans, Notary Public. with Poland), pumped by engine, 80 h. I a with n eh. between In third of each should! not permit .any avoklnblo disturbance i Ts.e1 FW ( (iti44fJ21 / ( I '

p.boiler, laundry,5 feet piazzaspring :3; Hi of nccoi.d row. Third 1'0\\1-1 s c at that time because It I IK I
Jlleetlona' Typewriting, Stenography house with $2,000 Bteain tho time of fruitinghen. the plants (; .. .V
pump, gas In third of S rh. 4 ch. 1 d c In llrnt' of 4 ; II I
throughout,chapel with nents, 100 room need every advantage possible to pro- TUB FIERHON FERN. 4 !
TITUSVILLE, FLA. ch. 1 n c In next R. S 4 ch. 1 d c In first t1 .
house completely f urn islieil. ,stable 80x duet the (fittest fruit '' ,
Iso In next S, repent ad around. At curled parsley. The fronds, on account
WADE 4D!), prIvate rnr track to station.\ Price, (tho t 5 j end scnllopR ninke 5 ch. I d c In Prnctlcnlly! : the time for netting pliio- of tholr HtilullvlMloim, tire very full and ; II
7 l.A.FROST. H. JON EH! $25,01)0: ) ), I nci liii i ng: furniture.. boats, vehicles -
suckers! In limited to the
second apple si-nnon broad and owing to their liroudtli and!
horses, oar and car shed perfect 1 ch 1 s c In third of-I ch; run :
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FROST & JONES, repair, one of the lovliest spots in Flor- ribbon under one group of :3 tr and over from July to November and In a more\ weight they aNsuuic a uiucu more H '
limited to tho Int of :
Ida. Price, $2VOOO: part rush. two group; tie In bows.-Designer.! wriy February. graceful appearance thnn the Ilotiton

[REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, BAY RIDGE, I-'LA. The grove of Good Advice. tent, drooping low down on all sides Inarching 4I, LIi l

Loans and Collections.TITCSVILLE G. G. Bailey, of Boston, cost him $1!,- curves. 'I, j. 't,
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500, cottage and ten acres opposite P.D. Weak 811(1 Lowspirited.A The most miserable beings In the worldare Like the Ponton (I'rn. It I. suitablefor (, tJt. .

. '. FLORIDA. Price, :400. Apply to Chnpin's those suffering from dyspepsia and house culture.! It Is n mngnlllceiit ,
Correspondent Thus ,Pe.orll> .* III* More that t
liver seventy-live
Farm Alfel14Y. Boston. complaint. plant for greenhouse and conservatory Mrs. Fred Unrath.President "
PEAK OUCIIAU1). At Green Coye Experience. per cent 01 the people In the United States decoration lit fact. It Is that ('nnnlry Club, ItentonJlarltur ,, 9 4
EO. A. WOR LET plant
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"I can recommend f Ileablne ; .
strongly as afflicted with these diseases and .
! Springs, 2D( acres; 1,000 La Conte and are two MI.,.. I
a medicine of remarkable efficiency for their effects: such as sour stomach, sick appeals) to every 01a 1111 on that account I\ -
Ivelfer pears, sold 1,000) bushels last RAfter my tint baby wa. born I did not 1 $
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Indigestion loss of appetite, sour' taste Is likely to be, coimldortHl moiv 'ot
headache, habitual costiveness, palpitation
of 4 the
season, cottage rooms piazzas on seem to regain! my strength although!
800ml practice In State and Federal three sides,surrounded with pine trees. In the mouth palpitation headache of the heart, heart-burn,waterbrash, vnlunble thnn the lloston fern, it plan doctor gays ros a tonic which hi conslj. 1 II

I Courts. All business entrusted will Barn, carriage house. and granary. drowsiness "tte.'me018 with distressing gnawing and burning pains at the pit of which tins bad the most phenomena end very superior but Instead of getting ,r, :

1 receive prompt attention. Scuppernong and Thomas grape arbors mental depressions and low 8olrlt8, Her- the stomich, yellow skin, coated. mouth, sale of any one plant that lias ever better I grew weaker every day. "My husband h ,. ,. J'
general Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. over 1,200: feet. Price only $1,100() blne must be a unique preparation for coming up of food after eating low spirits, been crown.Are Insisted that I take Wins of Cardul k 1"1' 1\\ ) f,
Miami. ftoUOcash.{) Apply to II. W. Hancock cases such as mine, for a few doses entire. eto. Go to your druggist: 511d get a bot- for a week and ass what It would do for 1 J.m. f I.

MIAMI, FLORIDA. owner, Abbey hotel. Wt. Augustine, 0; ly removed my complaint. I wonder at< tle of August Flower for' S3: or 75 cents. You Restless! at Night .. I did taiu the medicine and was very I\1 i '"

to Chapiu's Farm Agency, Boston. people going! on puttering' or spendingtheir Two doses will relieve you. Try it.fte'kIesene.e And harassed by a bad cough ? Use grateful to find my strength and health t I ,I'

TEPfIEN E. FOSTER PEAK OKOH.\KI at Bristol, Fla., money on worthless things when" D llar .
Herblne Is and of iJr&inaer.Old
$ half-mile from landing 2,22; La Conte procurable, so cheapoOo M you sound sleep and effect n. prompt and of bad and In s month I Iwuabl.tetaks'I'I
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW W. pears in bearing.() acres In town lots, a bottle at U. K. Wilson &; Son. Stager-1 see thin lB' your first raploal cure. 'Mo:) /Mb>o and #1 bottle at up my usual duties. I am vary ; I ;. .

beautifully situated, bordering lake 3 cnmpiilfm.Ciindldnto. 11. It. Wilson A Bon's, Tltusvllle, Fla. saAb In Its praise." l '
Sims Building miles In circumference has produced -It Is. How did you guess t I
; Packlnir. Flower Par Shipping.Use WirmeofCarduireinforcestbeorgans r : ,j
n JACKSONVILLE, FLA. cotton,tobacco, sweet potakues penn ut8 wooden boxes for carnations and it? To Market on KIIIU. of generation for the ordeal of pregnancy .t ''

corn and vege'ablex, 11 acres in pinewood roses, light boxes 30 by 13 by 0 Inches. Old tnJlt'r-You are distributing real An Interesting 1I11d l> plctureiMtie' ] CUB- situ childbirth It prevent miscarriage. t. .
W r V
of good growth, probably undermined For chrysanthemums boxes should be Havana cigars.-Chicago: 'l'rl ullc.lIow'lt torn In southwestern Franco Is! that of No woman who takei Wine tI' l' ,
KORGE W. ALLEN, with phosphate and kaolin ; cottage going to market on stilts. Groups of of Cardul need! fear the coming of her
of heavier material, 8 by 15 inches 1,1.
-11'0011I14, hall In ceiter,311( feetlong This young men and women mounted on child. If ltl rs. Unrath had taken f f 1i' t f
wide and 4 to 0 feet long, according to
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, beautifully situated brow of high stilts may be seen dully crossing Wine of Cardul before her baby came I' t (
IT WEST hill overlooking lake. Price $80:; *IOi) the length: of the stock. Before packing We offer One Hundred Doll sri Reward tbe murtihy plains known a. "the Lau she would not have. boon weakened as ; II J ;
FLORIDA.
cash, balance $:<.iOO) a year,5 per cent Interest all (lowers should be placed In for any case of Catarrh' that cannot be she was. Her rapid recovery should 4. 1 t'. 4 !
Will practice In the United States (font Col. AVUe $:J.OOO)). water for from six to twelve hours. cured by Hall's Catarih, Cure. (!*'H. 'flLundell" are cut up Into commend this great remedy to every I .:

pa State Courts. Ojun95 AT OUMOXD I attractive two-story Roses should always be sorted Into two F. J. CHENEY & Co.,Props, 'l'oledo, O. small ditches. pools and hummock, expectant mother. Wine of Cardul f,

house, piazzas, six rooms completely or three grades, packing the longest In We, the tindenlgned, have known F.J. and stilts! arc III conwqucnco almost regulates the menstrual flow. .i 0'/1:/ ,('1 1f
S. furnished except( silver and linen, lot bottom of tile box and at least .one Cheney for tIle last IS years, and believe nooi'wwry'' to those who desire to traverse i .
BURNIIAM M. D. f
100x114, good frontage on Lincoln him perfectly honorable In all business them. .
Inch from end of box to avoid bruising.For ,
l avenue, shade trees and shrubbery, I transactions and financially able to OIUI',}' %WlNEorCARDUlFor .
fl SURGEON and SPECIALIST, good repair. pleasantly situated fine short! distance shipments sprinkle out any obligations made by their firm. TourlU, Attention. r i i
neighborhood, on river opposite Hotel the foliage and place wet paper over West & Truss, Wholesale Urmrglnts, To, I ft) f fi

Ear, Nose and Throat. Ormond ; cistern of 2.400 gallon capao- the ends of the stems and clout firmly.On I..do, 0., Waldlng)! Klnnan &; Marvin, do While fl&lIlo visiting Florida. bottle, we of ask that you ________________________________ I4 4'
f 18T PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ity. :Northern owner Is unable to occupy long distance shipments each box Wholesale Drugglnts, 'foledo, O. tbe not wonderful buy kidney a- bladder ami Comfort then, '
will sell all for $70: ; $3it:I< ) 'ash' should be Iced. Hall's. Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, p P
balance 100) Key. with AV. F. directly the blood and mucous niatlsm remedy. For sale by all druir ___ !*j
$ a year. noting: upon "
R. gists. 11. 1<. Wilson & !ion agents at Ii
nOUGIITO /
. Colby near by. Immediate possession Cancer Cured. surfaces! of the system. Price, 73o, Tltusvllle. i (
Chapin's Farm Agency/ Herald buildIng per bottle. Hold: by all druggists. TUHtlmonlats nearly ; 4
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Boston Mas Mr. W. W. Prlckett, SmithfIeld, Ills.t free. -
1A.tTLG DENTAL APARTMENTSon "THE, FLOHIO., one of the best writes, Sept. 10,1001) : "!had been suffer Hall's. Family Pills are the best. -- --- 'half a century 'h'

the "Deutos," known groves In the vicinity of St. ing several year. with a cancer on my face,. N -'irerrys 1
located King which gave me great annoyance and unbearable if
Augustine, beautifully on \ .
Now AT PALM BEACH. street, within 13 minutes walk from Itching. I was using: Bollard's Th. WnrliTis Luriffmt Crab. r j 1
Ponce de Leon hotel, about I acres land\ Snnw( Liniment for a sore leg, and throughan How would you like to have a crab j \ '

oley's with orange trees and rare flowering accident, rubbed some of the linimenton like this squeezing your toe when you rf Seeds I :t ,SI '

Kidney Cure plants and shrubs,2-story: house,!) high the cancer, and as It gave me almost go bathing? The gigantic Japanesecrnb f ,

: likes kidneys and bladder right. rooms, double piazzas; stable ot good Instant relief, decided to continue In to short use -. measurIng twelve feet, Is probably E' IA..t bars klnd..c is.,...,'I..ftry...twill"'"mo"1ftr.I1:: t"

--- size, carriage house. etc Was vaviied the liniment on the cancer. K the!' largest crustacean In the world. lrwwf% .11 .l.-ei..ts. 1110. __ .
time the cancer came out, my face healed JEE pesipiiui free to ali appiMania.ii '
BO YEARSEXPERIENCE at $12,000) a few years ago; price now, The specimen Is a type of the spider r

$2,3H( ); $.'O0 cash, balance to$200 Rev.a Yl'ar.Alartiii -, I up have and Implicit there Is faith not' tbesllghtestscar ID the merits of left.this crab, which Inhabits the water of tbe l, )jc,,
;3 i cent Interest. Apply :
per Ilancox, :St.; Augustine.. Kla.FUUNISllED preparation. and it eannot be too highly ,group of Islands forming the empireof 2 i < .r.lhu:2 ". .
I : HI.\ 1l0rtE Cottage, recommended." 2;)>c, M) and $1. For Japan. The body portion I. the size : t... \

nearsurf bathing and excellent fishing, i sale by B. li. Wilson A Sun Tltusvllle. of a half busbfl measure while Its o ClJi !reD 0'Ee I _

r \- fronting Light house avenue, 2-story two great arms or "feelers" could ens The Largest and Moat Comnlare 1 _

house, double piazza, 9 rooms, which lly encircle the figure of a man. Its Establishment South. I '
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alone cost $:!,i\OO.\ ( stable, 2 lots, land. eight aroma or legs! riwmble huge J
: ;: TnjlDE Mas < with furniture; f 400) cash, "Did )'011't'I' KUt:\ to tlilnk. my and extremely elns- J Ji t
. Price, 1.11O:! > bamboo poles are 1EO S. HACKER & .
't "f' CoPyrnoHie&C.DoESIGNtI balance $2"0a' year, 5 per cent terest. I.n'p" mild rr. SlU'uwbor. gsxlug ht tic. nnd If Htrung Into one line> they &z.d : i Ej SON .} '

dIuig I.: ''h end <1e nrlptlnn' miiT'l Apply to I ev. Martin Ilancox, owner, his plate of lobster salad "that time would reach to the top of a four story i
; ni.r% opititoii froe whether MUironttblf Augustine, Fla. things we love most In this life are tho EQ C 'I
I "' piuontAble.. rtmmuiilrn-,' :St.: ; apartment building. One of the extruordlnnry fJ ,
which
.'iHdoi""'. I lliiKibr' okoiil'ntenUn.ency "SANSAKA HALL, upon very things that never agree with aer' of this crab fI' .
pitMillarltlen
I. ,- Ihmiich: fur Munn MMfuritt& CUOrec.iMilAiiv.n ..T"If I Baron de Bara expended extensive much groundscorner money. "Will you be so kind Sllcawtxr." la the faculty of nsMumlng a disguise LOtS, .!.", I I
r4 hout ohnrne. In the Imposing mansion, said Mrs. Mlcawbcr straightening up. .
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In perfect by afflxliiK! pieces of seaweed and -
'l ij1nit Jlm rlcat1. lot on King street, "as to tell me whether you are speaking en t;;
repair. Price only $V 00; ll,0oo) cash. sponges to the body. )
Ur ..0\' "If Martin Hancox, of too salad or of me sir? ii : g I i
J t llln. InroeitrtrTerm Apply t<) owner, Kev. '
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| ipiw; ,.,"'' n.-"'lentldo In"1' *. SI a AuguatinoPictures; and details! Cures niood nnd Skin 1)iuseases, gJ i-l I
mIths. $1. Sti :
p I" .
- PN & CO.3Qlero1tway::'ri wd York postpaid by ChaninV. Farm Agency, Tendency of the Times. Itching HiimorM. Eczema f ;

_""-ob omcej'ia F 81.0 WMhl".o"l).C? Herald[ building, Boston. The tendency of medical science Is toward S.C is: fl! ,; :
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attractive residence Scrofula Ktc.gend :1
"MAOXOLIA, the preventive measures. The bent .tii .1 iJ:
ANrij SA LVEth. on King street, with Iron fence thought' of the world Is. being given I tq no motioy<< -simply write and try ; g -.'!:-.. "" r ,. \ ..

and Boy Fountain. :Nearly opposite the subject. It I. easier: and better to botonlo Blood Balm at our exponne. A ;I : '
most healing salvo In the world.IONEY Sansars! Hall. A gem. of a house. Price prevent than to cure. It ha been< fully personal trial of Blood Ilalm Is better J 1 f f > l

only Apply to Chapin's Farm Agency, Boston most dangerous diseases that medical<< Jon't hesitate to write torn free sample. E-e 0U IId ___

. DISEASES or to Kev Martin JJancox, :hansara: men have to contend with, can be prevented If you suffer from ulcers eczema,scrof- 1i b Doors Sash Blinds I 4

Hall, St. Augustine., by the use of Chamberlain's lila, blood poison, cancer, eating sore, ) i = _
VVEM ESTABLISHED:;; and profitable Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always results Itching,: skin, pimples, boils, bone pains, i
the most fatal of all dii A Florida business! building In from a cold or from an attack of Influenza i iwelllngs, rheumatism catarrb, or any CDj.i Ic(Hiding & Building Material. j JI

repair, double store, postolllce, (grip), and It has been observed 1 blood or skin disease, we advise you to _
good would probably be appointed that this remedy counteracts! any tendency take: Botanic Blood Balm' (II. II. B ), A Warferooms. iCing, opposite j .
etc. Buyer hall above, rented to of these diseases. toward pnonraonla. Especially recommended for old. otmtl- j.i j.i.2 Cannon tltreet.Charleston _

OLEY'S: KIDNEY CURE Is I church postmaster good clean; stock at cost or ap- This has been fully proven In many I late, deep seated cases of malignant S. C. j 1'Chic.
i nralsal' also a small store buildingwhich.'lway thousands of cases In which this remedy I blood or skin diseases, because Botanic So. i ,
Guaranteed Ranad; ; !! rents well. Few minute has been used daring the great prevalence I Blood Balm (B. B. B.) kills the potion In _

from Ponce de Leon Hotel. Priceof of colds and grip In recent years and can I he blood, cures where all else falls,heals () ash Weights Cord and '. I..

Inoney refunded. Gcritalta walk real estate J.HOO: part cash. Picture be relied upon with implicit confluence. ,ivery sore, makes tbe blood pure and jl E i I _____
dies Chapin! } arm Agency, Boston Pneumonia often result from a slight I rich, gives the skin the rich (glow of1, Hardware. _
mailed by
recognized by eml- Mass. cold when no danger apprehended until I lealth. B. B. B., the most perfect blood I _
Physicians It Is suddenly discovered that there Is purifier made. Thoroughly tested for 30 I
for
the best t
as EVERALPER80s orCHA and $1 I bottle at ..tt.(0RC fever and difficulty breathing paine rear*. Costs! per large
each
and Bladder troubles. WA..VTE and ilmlmcounty good reputatIon r..ulredC In) represent In the chest, then It I. announced that i To prove It cures, sample of II A SPECIALTY. f I

PRICE SQc. t"4 $1.00. and adveTtt( ..in..old .cabllJlb..d weaItty business the patient baa; pneumonia. Be on the i Blood Balm sent by writing Blood Balm ;! .
b. U. house. of solid IIn..clal. .tandlii :a1rabIe Salary '::11011 inesuib safe side and take Chamberaln's Cough I[:o Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and I ------- -- .

WILSON & SON.Oley's weekly with .,.&""n WedneSday_ additions from, bead olU"... Remedy as soon as tbe cold U contracted.It I roe medical advice sent In sealed letter.Tbls *otey's Honey and Tar I __
.IIVSC$""C turnlnhail when necessary.R.f.rsnc'5 always euresj. For sale by all druggists 3r Is an honest offer-medicine ,
Honey and Tar Horse and .earf'la.re IIncl.-1: ..1I.jd1 .ny"lope. and medicine dealers. j lent at once, prepaid. I :: I''oI-' bJd.n.t..un. No opWu. ii

fts folds, prevents pneumonia. Colonial eo. :Ja4 Dearborn St.CbiO. j":. .


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yrd Pi COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 21. 1903. _-

1 EAST ft1'u....... M. BROWN. ..... _
4< J Allies.: PBITCHARD, President; vlce.Prelld,
i C. S. SCHUTLBK, Cashier W. 8. BMAWNIKO, Asst. Cashier,


EAST COAST ADVOCATE JACKSONVILLE- TO MIAMI.A INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]

build
movement is on foct to a
.... Jacksonvil
A WBBKLV JtOOBSAL DEVOTED TO Tel V1OVMBMT good hard road from DEPOSITORY
' ti or tarn INDIAN BITBB LAaaWORTH to Miami, and on March 16th a, COUNTY
iq t AND BMOATSB BATSBOTIOHS.PUBUSHKD meeting will be held in St. Augui Dyspepticsare Authorized capital, $ 1 iooc

I FBIDAT.OSUBI.BS tine for the purpose of forming an Paid up capital. $25'',:

1 i BVKlif association to be called the "I< ast made every day by their own carelessness. ,,,.,, Average deposits $ iooc[,
,
H. Watrrol, Editor fit Publish, Coast Good Roads Association,," f Cure that case of Constipation and Indigestion before

i' ,I The object of this Association is t to it becomes chronic Take ""' Transacts a General Ban
I XMsoontlnnanra u .< .... must be mule per- hard-surface road< .--,
connect, by a ? -
ef&llyatthUomceort' by writing the counties of Duval, St. John, D )\ MON'S hILLCJ Business

Brevard and Dade, by a 1-
Cheat,etc.,may ba made payable to CHARL Volusia, p ,

1 a. WALTON,pulillHher. built thoroughfare by private that subscription will largely, but 1 be JIVER I t' Largest and Oldest Bank on the E;

BOSTON OFKICK-TIIK EAST COAST APVO be permanently by the that assists Nature Exchange bought; and told on all Fore!'
kept
up remedy
opened nil olllou at 404 Atlantic svenu and Tonic Pellets, the only r.
has Countries.
OATH i
it
which ,
of Mr. Claudo counties through passei purgatives gripe, pr
Boston, which will bs In charge and does net get in her way. Strong
We have received a circular, eel confirmed invalids. Ramon's act gently ''r I Prtronageappreelated.: Prompt nervlrt
}q C.Walt<>n. ______ and,make ;
ting forth the objects of the proposed IluSlav. tbe system independent of drugs. 1 e, fir, treatment,ami every banking favor con.lstant l wliirvative J1
lofonna.tloD a granted
yr; of In writing kind,the to writer the ADVOCATE will oblige for by enclutag ... association, and asking for Sa apl. and DoohUt Free. 7'j -, t ;li ,CORKEBrONDEXTSSeaboard ,
.1 i any envelope.s approval of the plan We have Treatment National Kink ot New York,.
a .taml'o.l.addre".1 .4. Complete Y Bank of Jackaonvllle\ .
E I of good roads for ,' = -we'.n National
advocates ,
[ been heir ss: days :s S ct. #'" y
s; Address all ooraraunloatlons to many years, and we have repeated .c." ....w..II...araN'B: rr1rUILI.E, rL.A..
in tbe good ,
1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE: expressed interest -
,,1' TrrnsviLLi.holmAf' roads movement Florida. There

,IA _------------- 4a. is much undeveloped fertile land i In'.' TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAI
cultivated
which if
f',' 6 8. Department of Agriculture Brevard county, ,

1 ''t Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fit, Most, would farmers yield know rich there harvests-is great Bold py B. It. WILSON tt SON. T1TUST11.I.K. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
1 ,
J in moving produce to -------------- ,
Itate- difficulty --------

l sent The of following temperature is a and comparative rainfall for the market, and that the cost make FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Some Special Offers. *

'. Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1903. cultivation prohibitive. With good
ti' week ending and Sidewalk Brick
-1002- Vitrified Paving ..,.",
would
r'' ;d l -1903- roads the.principal obstacle There will be a meeting of the Farm and ,
DATE. MAX WIN. MAX. Mil be removed, and the farmer who ers' Institute at Jensen, Fla.. March>> 7th. The Florida Truck Grower,
.l 18 00 40 0J 70 6 411:! knew we had good roads would not There will bo present Profs.Connor, Qos- the new monthly journal, devoted especially Jffloes foot of Uogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.
60 of the frnit and vegetable -
10 70 of the Florida to the Interests
and flume,
00 73 (HI hesitate to locate in this county. card, Miller, Is publishedat MUNNERLYN, GeDer Manager.
w c ; 20 74 Agricultural College, Lake City; alai growers of the State, J. K.
21 71 57- 71 02 Good roads would also prove i a Prof. P. II. Rolfs, pathologist of the U. Ocala, at $1 a year. Single copies lOo.
r; 1 22 71 I noM 0(1( 60 49 'special attraction to tourists, and S. Department of Agriculture at Miami, For a limited time a six months trial
23 70 f 66 from and able body of assistants from various subscription will\ be sent to new subscribers -
62 at this question every an
73 looking
72 68 both the Fruit and
24 of Brevard county. for 25 cents. Or & Baker
for the week! 4.02 the building of good parts Times-
Total rainfall standpoint, There will be dlnoussed by experts a Truck Grower and Semi-Weekly MeMurray
I Departure from normal rainfall for tbe roads will, we believe, bring goo< large number of questions relating to Union for $1.23. Or with the Thrice-. ,
week: plus 3.30:' ) Inches. Departur 1 1t 1 returns on the investment.It I citrus fruits, pineapples and vegetables.The Week World of Ntw York,both one year
k 1 from normal rainfall since January is claimed that farmers who question box will be one of the for 91.23. 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
t : t plus 5.17 Inched.HAL. benefltted brood features of the Institute, and will proveof L. J. BRUMBY, Pub..Ocala, Fla
:
P. HABDIW, Observer.! are the class mostly ; great Interest and value. Ton are _Makers and Jobbers 01--:
roads, are usually the las cordially Invited to be present. Bring ----

l t ones to move toward their Improve your wife and have a pleasanCand profitable -
!', 4 HUNDREDS of people have called nent. They go on in many State day. Do''not forget the time and Boarding.Desirable Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materi
,' olllce to see tin March Till.
at the ADVOCATE communities, after year place Town hall Jnnaen, ,
or year
J. O. Wal.ton's and afternoon sessions.
Invention-Capt. Morning
,1 Florida Tackle Block loing the work in a slip-shod, half C. '.1". McOAKTr, Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
;
Self-Locking who understand! way fashion, drawing earth up from Chairman for Brevard C..,. people who wish a pleasant First-Class Repairing and Painting &c. &c.

b' and everyone, terms he road sides to the middle of the plane to stop at while in West Palm
In high
r blooki speaks
tackle ---
9 sale Ir highway, making a thick cushloi To 1\1 IIslclall Beach, will find MINARET COT rAGE, -"
large
It Is having a
of It.
over which teams and wagons strug Olive street, between Evernla and

Boston and other New England gle;; until the' yielding mass i Is A baritone born for sale 1200., nearly Can new be; on Fern, just such a place. Nice, clean East Coast Lumber & Supply C

; cities. ground and crumbled back again .cost seen$25.00 at the;store will sell of for, rooms, neatly furnished t comfortable

to the ditches from which it came, J.B. WALKKR Co., beds; good, wholesome food; VERY
j Tn Abbey Press, New York,, This performance is the regular or Titusvllle, lr1a.Draying. moderate prices, are the recommendations. Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.

sends us a bound volume of a Filial work i ler, and tbe results are just whatone Only a limited number of room General Office at Eau Gallie, Fla<
entitled, "The Reward of cuts dan- '
> might expect-deep accommodated. Table board
Piety." It Is a story of a Chinese alike to vehicles and the ers can be iVe carry everything in building material Including sash and doors, builders't
;erous of ill inds promptly a specialty Paints and Varnishes Parold and Neponset Roofing
hauling Masury's
picture Draylng or ware,
a+ girl, and presents a pleasant faithful beasts of burden that draw attended to.
"f' of Chinese life. The story la hem.. 1 attended to. Meets all trains. Stove MRS. FRANK DARLING, and Building Papers. Orders promptly
wood supplied.
written and dramatised by Mrs. M. Now, if we are to have a road be. ALFRED IIADLBY, Tltusville. West Palm Beach, Fla.

deCantillon, and Is well worth read preen Jacksonville Miami, why I & O'Mara

rt" ing. It was, we understand, flrst by> all means let us have a good,, Hodges .

% 1 given to the History Class of the lard road, that will\ be appreciated Ocean View Hotel ST AUGIIS'f1NOn FLA. .Manufacturers and Dealers!In...
Palmetto Club, Daytona, Fla., and not only by our settlers, but by the BAY STREET.
is really a home production. who visit the of J. Richard* Rough YELLOW'PINE LUMBEOrange
thou ands of tourists Overlooking the ocean. This house la under the management and CYPRESS AND

Cast Coast every winter. from'Ohio,and will remain open until Mal th. Everything home-like and Dressed
I and Crates, Mouldings, Shingles; ,et
THE Pennsylvania Congressmanwho J. RICHARDS. Box Heads, Fruit Vegetable
,l"l : and I comfortable. American plan. Mills and office located at Buffalo Blurt, Fla. Write us for prices deliver*
t formed a secretary trust between, Eau Gallie. to any part of the State. Address: lodges & 0'IIara, Buffalo Ulu f,?
employed one secretary
them instead of the four that the ASHEVILLE, N. C. -

1 law provides, must feel sore against Oranges and grapefruit are nearly all Fairviei! Sanitarium In "The Land of the Sky." The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In tbe SUM,

fl' the labor unions that have organized hipped from this point. ,

their little scheme. The heavy storm of the past week didno
to break up a YA4d1t1
It is said that every day officials damage In this district. TC1'k' 1 An Ideal* or place tourists.for healllseeker Cll' W'm:: :: ,_ A. amours cSs C

; are found who are willing to cheat Mr. and Mrs. O. F. PadrtlKoo entertain. + F ,
"
ed I few friends to fish dinner onSatur- mate unsurpassed. Seen
a
the government; but a* far as is day a last. ery magnificent. Suburban GRAIN HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
known, this is the first clerk cruet ,
i The Velox, T. G. Ronald's launch wasIon 'r'" location with dell ht
to be formed by Congressmen. Hodgnons' ways, last week, for anrerbanling. 1 1'' r of country and conveniences Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilize
of city.. Sclentlll .f

TUB: northern coal barons are Tbe launch Pluma, Dr. C, C. Booth i4 hydrothorapy, massage', 113 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

1 done for at last if we can put any owner, carried a jolly party to Melbourne electricity Trained nurtiei., hygienic Specla diet A gts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Syt
the assertion of Italian on Tuesday evening last.
faith in an rato for board and room
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i Journal, that "SIgnor Pansa, an engineer Capt. Dennett's houseboat Rochester a 1 ohly. A Haven of Rest .
tt of Caaelno, has invented a has been chartered by Melbourne partiesr for the weary,and a plan
t machine which converts the sun'slight a trip to Palm Beach and return. for the sick to get well. P. Ruhlmaxi <& Co.

t and heat Into an alternating Miss Leila Hoffman left Eau Gallie forher Dpi GEO. P. EDWARDS, Superintendent
electric current. It is said that home at Orangeburg\ C., on Sun-
I r day last. Miss Leila was visiting Ir.and 201 Washington; St NEW YORK.
i f i l by the use of this machine persons Mrs. Hoffman' of Highland avenue. U3 Murray Street. )r :N. Y.

j t can manufacture their own electric )fro and Mrs. Aspinwall deferred theireparturb Launches !
Supplies
i power, light and heat. If Signor for the north until Monday FANCYloric1
Pansa's machine will\ accomplish talC .Mr. Aspinwall will Improve some e'HEADQUARTERS* FOR -

this, he ought to get it on the market i of his property at Asplnwall, by netting
ky as soon. possible in the north, out a grapefruit grove. "' : efa, c:>ran.gesan.c:1

h before the cold weather is over. Capt. Symmonds, of Kenosha WIs., Edison Standard,
hl\l purchased the sloop, Mattie II, ThUousel Batteries : GrApofru.iWe : :
# a was owned! by the late Capt. Samson.QUICK'
FLORIDA'S climate (is unlike any sunders, of Eden. Capt. Symmonda Hydra represent several of the largest shippers In your State,and wish to repre

other State In the Union, for not were old shipmates on the lakes.
SPARK COILS. SWITCHES ETC.
DYNAMOS
ACTION you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 80 years.
only is it delightful in the winter, The country about Lake Washington
I i but in summer as well ; especially II 1 now under water, owing to the recent
r along the East: Coast, where the sea raIn., and great difficulty met with In ESTABLISHED 1870.
i entire ollverlng mall and freight to Bovine, GEO. R. WALLACE West Palm Beach. Fla. ,.
q breezes sweep our coast. avage and other point west of Eau ,,
l'1' Florida baa many attractions, but allie.

I p the pearl of them all is her uncotn- The Chautauqua at Melbourne opens M. Lane & Son

parable climate. For consumptives next week and numbers of our citizens F ,
it cannot be beat So genial and are making preparations to attend
is climate that in win. munches and wagons will be taxed totheir
S balmy our the demand for : 230 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
+ utmost to meet con-
ter Invalids can live out-doors near.
.
ly every day in the year, breathe 1eyaocos.Thooholrof
St. Johns Southern Fruit ProduiCommissiozz.
Episcopal church and
the air instead of the Ituffair
4 S pure haa been presented with a new set of
of houses in colder clime, and have ymnaU, the Rev Cba L. Ilntohlns

1' the health of their youth renewed. -
:: : : tMrerchan:
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Itl ''t handsome gift U much appreciated.Dr. .
IT is an undoubted fact that
C. 0, Booth took a spin In hi FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
towns well merchants must
: !, as as ,
launch, Pluma during the gale of Saturday -
advertise in order to prosper. Whena last. The vessel worked admirably w
.__ village Is allowed to go out of and proved a fast and safe craft, riding Stencils, Cards<<; and our quotations 'furnished on application.

public notice through lack of en. through the storm with perfect safetj -
: and being managed with the greatest ease, -
ergy and enterprise, the decadence The Doctor, himself, was In command.
k of that village has begun and nothIng Mason M. Clark

but well-directed advertising, TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The LYMAN GYMNASIUM one of the seven RO-LLINS COLLEGE buildings, thirty ,
feet above Lake of chain of mile-long lakes In high
r backed by an infusion of new life, Virginia (one a
and beautiful Winter Park) I
i ,j can restore that place to its original following are the times of arrival Two Physical Directors for Oymnanlum. Pest Florida Oolf Links, Fine Cycling
standing. The town that has and departure of passenger trains to and and Boating. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant
uR in it who ad. from Titusvllle:
; t merchants of energy IIOO-rS..OOlQ. COLLEGE. "nATTTATn PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
., vertise what they have to sell in 1 1:113: an W"1 School | I I m V School of Elocution,
Leaves Tltnivlll for Miami and U07: p nluteruedlate Business School School' of Domestic and SPECIALTIES :
their local paper, and also keep its points at f :albs: p m Xt.VrOJAJAl.lMi
Art School Industrial Arts.
roads clean and in good repair, J 5:00: pmMOBTHBOmiD. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
COURSE 111.03.
BEGINS APRILS
TEACHERS'
propagates an Interest for itself, "I SOOam: .
Leave Titu tll.for Jaokaonvtll"" 1 1::111 p m Twenty Professors and Instructors. Send for Catalogue and Booklets.
not only among those who visit it, and InMnuedlat point at tTltn 11:31: P ns:13 BLVCKMAX Florida and
WILLIAM F. D., President Oranges Grapefruit.
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but those who are inclined to become : PlU Professor at Yale 1803-1902. I
(( Sociology ,
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Tlllo for !& t ale LID
settlers. Ani....TUiuvlll from aaulord .. lU pm.I ROLLINS COLLEGE &TER PARK, FLA. 110:![array Street and 166 West Street, NEW TOK&



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COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 27 1903. Ii


,ids Stuart. Eden. GEORG MARX. JOHN MABJC. r' I;r ,I, :!I f l'.
!
It OLD RELIABLE .t 1 a.""I,

J. O. Haneock was visitor .A.R.: ]E3R.C S. .j ,
Pierce, Monday. a In Fort The Card Club was entertained by Mrs. : > ':'f: I 'f!
F. ((1. McMullen, last Thursday evening. 1,1., ;

and Chas.wagon McPherson, which ho has'will purchased use on a his horse tomato There will be preaching; at the Congregational WHOLESALE GROCERStJ: ; I. '. : j, 1t I

farm. chapel next Sunday: morn ,


,' nOD Chas., In flrst-class Woodward shape has, his ready racer to battle, the ing Archdeacon; and evening.B. F. Brown was entertained Fruit and Produce Jobbers. : : 1i :

,
'' OYl with all comers. by Mra. John Miller during his : .1

Mr. and Mrs. Hardison and Miss Makl stay here Sunday and Monday.The ... .

0oY Hardison left, Sunday morning, for their bal poudre, which wits to have _5.._.....*"' Corner Bay and Julia ...., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : I) ..I t ...L'k :
home, In Nashville, Tenn. taken place at the Tib bills Club house LOOK TO YOUR EYES.

l bNG POL Geo. McPherson has given up his P08- Monday Wednesday evening evening, was, on postponed account of until the If suffering from any eye defeotu. or wen WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. .:, "'U; '
Itlon
with Walter Kltohing's store. Curd storm. sight; call ac my new,well-appointed optical : )",

Schroeder: has gone Into the big store to The institute, :Special: complete lens PURINA FEED 04R SPECIALTY. "r-:; .
Jennliiga Itmrjch '
down from
take his place. came grinding outfit In ctAneotlon.DB. .
Fort Pierce last: :Sunday and took Uev. Seed Potatoes, Seed' Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. "J'j t '
On account of the stormy weather last F. W. Weatherwax and family and Ills E. H. 'ARMSTRONG: ; :<

ro Saturday, the yacht race was postponed guests, Rev. C. DIefondorf and family, up l1Lallra It.: .Jacklonvlilo, Fla JgTWo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable. ;. k IJ l'u \i
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until to-day (Friday), Full account will for the services, morning( and evening., ___ ,_.__,,_______,- ..- *-_ ,,, .

. pOWDER appear next week. The tropical storm which has Just ': ; .
j ,
Stanley Kltchln ', "2.1";!;! has a now rao passed over us did no damage that we Melbourne. South Rockledge. QUT'l

Absolutely Pure. lug jib and spinnaker, and with a plentiful hare: heard of. We 'seldom have such LOOK
supply of graphite on her bottom terrific rainstorms. On
and Monday, row
\\B&IS NO SUBSTITUTE aides, she Is a fast mover. boats filled and sank In a short time, and B3T" Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK,, the M.oranges C. Salmon In C. J.has Root's finished grove.slilpplnj g

wherever there was the slightest chance the pink of the East '
Mr. and Mrs: Paul Stypman Ernest paper Coast, will b e
Stypman and daughter. Frances, and the rain came Into the bouses. Everyone received at the Melbourne Postoffioe. Rupert Paxton/who has boen on th For Colds-La Grippe !
,
Mm. Noll and was glad to see the sunshine ono more. west coast for some time Is at horn,
daughter left
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eveuiciif for Wednesday Messrs. GOODE A OOOOK.-Real Estate and Loan again for a short time Protect yourself! and) don't trust to tfl
est Palm Beach. an outing at Palm Beach. Staum aad san Peacock, and Altttnt for JKtn. London. and LlVeriinol anci 1 1a
We trust that the good brother Freichie are a Jolly crowd from Lancaster Hlulw,rrovldnnra Waahlnfttnii, and Run FIN Mrs. E. M. Breese, who has been I II Providence. Considering the harm
Lyman. who wrote/ last week downat Pa., who have been at. the Netherby Interest Insurance. Special atteutlon paid to th Philadelphia for the past six months, I done, 'neglect" before and after taking : HA H-
that be of
of the Clow for a week enjoying the storm The only nou-residents. expected home this week. ?
plow, siipeilntendent) wanted rain, has. had enough: as It has a cold U. a physical crime You may
'retr'atof; Havana, Cuba, lea guest raiued most! of the time since he wrote. comfort they have gotten out of It Is ISRV..A. P E JIJ PnvsiriAir AND imORON Miss Cornelia Magruder; who has bee.It prevent a cold, or, It too late, you con '<
laughing at of friends who
short time their
and sister fora one Kenlilnnce. Molbmirne. Kmi!: a lllo, .
TumUa the .
mother / at school for two is visiting
The tomato growers ate In high spirit came to Florida on their recommendation and Friday afternoon.. past years, Iwsuro yourself against' the "after ef- '
L In hav- her Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ma, a
parents -
w. Mr Vaulx Is very happy aa thu receut talus did not do ouu-balf as and Is "down at Palm I Beach paying grader ects," for there la the greatest danger! .

VauU and their rtsof youngestLhtersliaiing the much damage as was expected. Of the about forty dollars a day to see it rain." Dr II. D. Brown went to Daytona, las by using Dr.Hartcr's Iron Toulc. Few .,.r
: the comf new 150 acres planted few Saturday business Edmund. lay, with his force of men
only a acres bat on a trip.A .
If the people this St. Luck Soundare Lii Ca
on die from Colds, or Grippe, or
.
rl.o water standing on them after the rains. have gone to Oak Hill to gather his arc
Wanhlngton's not entitled to say"our inlet" if they large party of tourists took a trip to, of oranges. He thinks lie will hav,e tarrh. They die of the after effects.
sapeclalobaerranceof The following craft choose we would like to know who Is!? Melbourne Beach
were in our harbor Wednesday.Mr. .
2l OO boxes of weaken and to
I noticeable, other than the oranges.B. These dlst>nMos all a
May, was during the recent storm: Yawl Lo It Is ours because we made It-put our
|Vf our country displayed from a few tus, of Palm Beach, Capt. Joe Comphey hard earned dollars It, and time without I and Mrs. Stanley Jones, of Quay, II. Baughman, who bought Mrs( weakened body come flocking a host of 1'o

lute residences.Ion. : sloop Teal, of Hartford (:oon. ; yaw stint. Of course the St. LucIe river were week.the guests of Mrs.. S. 11', Glbb8, hul t Inos Smith's place, has/ decided not t diseases that fasten on weak lungs, .

William Lorimer and family, 01cago Pinta, of Eau Gallie. Capt Chas. Young, people helped. They can say "our inlet move here this winter; so Mrs.\ Smlt t heart, stomach, kidneys, and other
are pleasantly located In one with a cruising party aboard; and two too if they wish, but there Is no occasion F. W Boaujean Is brln"Htafloe rip I and family 'will remain In the house un weak that we seldom think of. .
big launches for sarcasm. not in fruit from his et ill spring. parts -1
northt naphtha from Indian River. Sonny, you are up over pineapple field a
) t?corner Jefferson of Narcissusnand Daturaati history. You must be young. Melbourne Beach. Bennett L.iJohneonwho, bought th e The easiest aud best thing t n do I.I.* to. ,w

Mr. Lorimer is a member of the A NIGHT AI.ARM.-Wor8e than an Archdeacon B. F. Brown preached at Bert hell, of laGrange, came to ou Porter orange grove, Is milking man fortify the systole no that you will not .

Bted States Congress, serving on his alarm of tire Is the brassy cough of croup, St. Paul's last :Sunday afternoon. The bright little city to play ball with the needled Improvements on the place, am I catch cold, but If too late to do that, l "

tli term.rithAdh. which sounds like the children's death! congregation, though not large, owing boys, and our boys know he can play will erect a fine residence. lie will b e then you must see thai! no lusting InJury I

Wednesday commences the knell, and it means death unless some. to a rain storm which came up Just be- well. an all the-year resident.T. is done. ,Medical authorities all 4' '

gten season. One writer has said: Tar thing done quickly. Foley's Honey and fore service, was a very appreciative one, Hotel Carleton is doing a fine business L, Neff, of Brooklyn, N. Y., wh() agreethatlronistheflghtlugeleileutof .
never falls to give instant relief and and listened with attentive Interest to i r
.
l ehave Lenten service, Lenten diete- quickly cures the worst forms of the sermon. The music was excellent tills season-a bouse full of wealthy has spent seven winters In Florida, arrived the blood enabling; the system! not only I'i t :

,Lenten Ive euchre costumes Len-n, even clubs Lenten I pro-But Mrs. P. L. Cordier, of Mannington,croup.Ky., Mrs. Iloke presided at the organ, andMrs. guest(this popular, many hotel.of them' yearly visitors to with his two charming weeks' ago bride at U., made B. Mngruder'a trip t o to ward oft'dilleRlle, but to fight It after IP

the Lenten virtues Where writes: "My three year old girl bad a severe Ilardee, Mrs. Hudson and Mr. Gil- Palm Beach last week' it has obtained a foot- '
BH are case of the doctor said she more In the choir Waters Mrs. Charles Oilman I
humility, charity, self dedi- croup; were Reginald Is preparing to hold. '; ,
B"no genuine and soul to true holiness?" could not live. I got a bottle of Foley also assisted with the cornet. hold another of her dainty bazaars at II. W. Matthews\ has nearly complete i] at
(body
Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick Hotel Caileron. during the Chautauona his house on the five-acre lot he bough Dr. HARTER'S "
In Monday, the 16th, Harry Brown, relief aqd save her life." Refuse sub Winter coughs are apt to result in con for the benefit of the Episcopal church.; from Mrs. Porter last year; and has no v; ;: I

ftager of the Tropical Sun, received alatch stltutes. Sold by B. R. Wilson <& Son. sumption If neglected They can be soon bought another lot upon which he will from his home in Ontario, say- broken and Among those from Eau Gallle who at- have a house erected. Mr. AI.( I M a hint, X IRON TONIC (l lI. 'E
by using
Foley's Honey
had been severely Injured up tended the ball, last Tuesday evening:, ler, and makes things' move. lie Is Jus t
I jbli Brown father started at once, but before Jensen.Our Tar. Sold by B. K. Wilson & Son. were Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Pnddlson, Dr the kind of men we need bore.Indianola. In. just the remedy needed, as it supplies ;' jJ : ,

ling his destination his father had Booth and wife, 'J', G. Ronald and others. the blood directly with the Irou it i 'It I

A legion of friends extend their Tibbals. Miss Mozel Williams and Mr. Charlie requires to combat Colds or La Grippe. i j i. Id

..dolt sympathy to Mr. Brown and efficient county commissioner, J. O. Rodes were quitely married( last Satur. Take. It before, during, or after. If ; *+

J bereaved family. F. Bell, was in our city this week. day night at the home of Capt. and Mrs. taken In time, it will prevent ; if taken / thi
h'1
Guild of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brewer have movedto Miss\ Clara Fassett received, on Saturday West. We wish this popular young
a8 bazaar given I by the Holy Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson and daughter. during, it will shorten the course ; ,If .
in their down last, a very nice road cart, which couple a long life of married bliss ; '
pineapple plantation
nltj church, 11I'1\1I" success every the St. Lucia.Archdeacon. on 'will add to her pleasure during her visit of Scranton: Pa., are at the Indianoli I taken after, it will prevent all bad after ( '
The different booths were very The Ladles Guild gave a most enjoy. house
here her Is fine driver wellas f'4
as pony a as fleets. ,
.tlo in their arrangement the Japan- able dance at Educational Hall last Tues.day
i
B. F. Brown of TItusville
I corner particularly, and the young held service at the Episcopal, church, saddle pony. at which a large number were pres Mete Schuylor Oernon and Macdonald daughter; Women are especially benefited by t 'i
the 'I
let presiding were very attractive. Sunday morning.Our Capt. H. L. Webster I I. now making ent. Muslo was furnished by the Mesdames Dorothy, are occupying Or. IIarter' Iron Tonic, as they seem! to 1

Silhardt studio was well patronized preparations for building a large additionto Campbell, Mr. J. Nicholson and cottage. slider from the weakness of Colds. and ,
J Immediately the faces were placedhe ellow-towsman, Capt. W. I.Allen, his dwelling, and also an addition to the Bodes band. Kmmltt Field and Fred Humphry '* .
wall, and were recognized as faith was called to the north, this week,on account his boat-house. We are always glad to rill went quail bunting, Tuesday, to be gone La Grippe longer than men, and they j

likenesses. The) three days sale 'will of the death of his father. see the good work go on. the Dr.houseboat B08e,Rochester family and for friends, left south on several days. are particularly susceptible to the action l
a
1 1 quite a sum to the rectory fund. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Alabama, Mr. Wadsworth. of Amsderdam, N. as far as Palm Beach. This Is trip a delightful ( Mr. and Mrs. Mathews,Mrs. J. O. Som of a blood builder such an this I la.rOR 1t i

1j I are visiting their son, '1'. W. Anderson, Y., gave the Rev. L. J. Sawyer and wifea way to see the beauties of the Indian era, Airs. Chas. Hoyt, Miss Bacon and Sail: CVCHVWHCKC

j dney complaint kills more people our accommodating agent at this place, very pleasant surprise last Monday River In the party are Mr. and Mrs. Miss McCormick, of Oak Cottage, took a _____ __,_ __ ___ __ ,I
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aany other disease. 'Phis III due to evening by putting In an appearance.Mr. DeSusure:: the Mlssses Pearnau, Romaic, trip down to Palm Beach and Miami $$1 :
William Llpphardt with his wife and I
disease) being so Insidious that it gets Wadsworth is superintendent of ,the Susie and May DuBose; and R. W. last week.J. Georgiana. I I''
d hold the before It Is two daughter were with us Sunday.
on system New York Central Ry. at Amsterdam. Du[lose.
A. Fritz wife and
daughter "
aooom-
will They are old friends of our neighbor; Mr. (
Cure
-
nlzed. Foley'sKidney pre- We regret he cannot remain longer than panted by their friends. Mrs. John Pellle ? t
John Sorensen, and were his guests. ,
Jtthe development of fatal disease 11Jen three days with us $1,000 GIVEN AWAV.; Mr. W. W, Mrs. Eva Barnes and Miss Uraoe Madox, Miss Myrtle,Burchilel spent A pleasant a,

ID time. Sold:! by Wilson & Son. Commission men from the north are Mr. Thomas T.I me r and wife and sister, Baker, of Plalnvlew, Neb., writes: "My all of Scranton: I'a., are settled In their day with Miss Mary Wlttfeld, Filday. _

coming In thick and fast now. Beans of Columbus, O., arrived here on Mon wife had lung trouble for over fifteen pretty new home.IIlelldames R. R.: Mlms, our County v 1 ii
Hobe are moving pretty lively\ and negotiationsfor ; day aud will be the guests of Mr. and years. We tried a number of doctors, Superintendent j ,'
Sound. our pineapples are already commenc Gteo. and cM... Hill gave a was over visiting Miss Cell's school, 1, g'.
and
thousand
over a dollars with.
Mrs W, H. Han during; their stay In spent I birthday party to little Florence Shepard, Wednesday t t
out relief. She low and 1 I
ing.The our burg. Mrs. Llmor spent two months any was very i
one afternoon last week. It Flor- I
was
tepll are on foot to organize-a yacht guests at the AI Fresco hotel en- here about two years' ago, and made lost all hope, when a friend suggested enoo't seventh birthday, and there went Mrs. Itempstencl, children and nurse h' I

I b)here Our sound baa a large fleet Joyed a pleasant game of progressive many friends, who are delighted to see trying Foley's Honey and Tar, which I seven little people there to help her enjoy 'arrived Friday, and are occupying. the iv' i' I
ma. cauldon. Monday evening. The prizes her again In our midst. Mr. JLImer is a did; and thanks be to this great remedy, It. Taylor cottage.

were won by Mrs. E. Robertson of very prominent railroad man and, like It saved her life. She U stronger and enJoys Mrs D. A. Ramsey of Lotus, came '1 !
,
wily, the gods have been generous to Chicago, Miss Edith Hoe, of t.olumone, bill: wife, is making many friends. better health than she has ever F. Bergman's daughter( ilizabeth 5frs Storm and Thursday And visited Mrs. A. L. Bruner up
' orange trees in tbe mighty flow of O., and Capt. McLean. known in ten years. We shall never be and her little daughter, I
K but was it not a soaker Mrs Harry Jennings( entertained at without Fole 's Honey and Tar, and ask ilster-ln,Iaw. Miss Mary Storm, are her and Mis.s Ollbreath. J 1, ,
We are certainly having a downpour of our Club-house last Thursday afternoon.The those afflicted to try It." Sold by 8, K. for a short vUlt, prior to going to their Grandma Munson celebrated her 77th !
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jefferson were rain In this section Just now. For about genial hostess had arranged one of Wilson &: Son:! druggists, Tltusvllle. new home In New Orleans, where Mr. birthday, Feb. llltb. Her health Is bet- ''
ptiof ilr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen on three dajis it has been almost constant. the best musicales and guessing contests Storm has accepted a position In a bank tar now than It has been for years. ..
day, at luncheon, to meet Mr. and It will, prove beneficial to this Immeelate ever given at any of the regular meetingsof \
i.Booth.Tuejclay( ) section, but we feel a little apprehensiveof the Club. Those taking part in the St. Lucie. Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson and daughter Miss Jessie (;apron, of Lotus came up N 4 ,
damage to the tomato fields in some entertainment were )Mrs. Uco. Baylor, of or Scranton, Pa., Mr. May, of Brooklyn, Wednesday and spent the day with her
[P LeB.ir, Mr.and and Miss Mrs. T. A Snider, localities south of here. Allentown, Pa., and H. Jennings, In a and Mr. Cubel, of New York, are regiai uncle and aunt, L>r. and Mrs. Chambers. i
Snyder together tend at the Indianola house this week
p Mr. Edward Wilbern made a brief The many friends of good roads along duett, accompanied by Miss Alice Savior: Orange trees are blooming here, also i Mr. Koleston, of Boston, the musical We (are having some rainy weather t h
to to on the pianoforte Mrs. Fred M. Hud limes and lemons. I but It Is nice to what har-
Miami. this part of the river are much InterestedIn composer, and his wife, were at the IndlanoU I now, they are
,.raider the proposed Boulevard from Jacksonville son sang and played "Little Boy Blue"In There Is a rumor that Saint Lucie house last week.Rockledge.. lag In other sections of the couotr,. We t
Vlscey came up from Palm Miami. The of this a charming and affecting! manner, and school have had no cold: to hurt any thing hero r A
promoters be
to prolonged another ay
Sunday. As Mr. Pltou's family commendable enterprise may be very she was highly complimented by all present month. may yet yet. The orange trees ate getting white
absent, he was entertained at the will earnestly to ; as was also Mrs. Ueo Baylor, who with buds for blossoms. Even the grape .,'t
that respond
10'' of T. A. Snider. certain we down this sang a solo in a very Impressive manner Hon. Richard Quay and family are ex vines have not dropped all their leaves) _

r amp Comfort the home of Dr. Purdy, the movement way. 10[ the guessing: con test, Mrs. C. II, Racey peeled here March lAt, and preparations yet, and everything In growing( rapidly '
took the prize-a beautiful bouquet of are under way for their arrival. Ai. .
Jon forsaken, now that Fannie Rice is kid- Hotel Indian River, the Plaza and Newlovklcclxe now. "r. henry Flagler very kindly :
for
|iour.,, "Uer bright smile haunts me The most reliable preparation roses. Many visitors are calling dally on the are all doing a flourishing Diorm* us when a cold wave Is coming _
I ii, and we miss\ her. ney troubles on the market is Foley'sKidney The prosperous condition of our pine- Indian River Boat and Launch Co., to tourist business.H. and bow we do drear to hear the evening;
Cure. Sold by B.R.Wilson & .'ion. apple plantations this season of the view their line launch, now being built. freight train going south give Its sit lone '
Income, a warm and cheery welcome \ marked attention. As there II Smith and wife, and MU MarlonM. mournful whistles, which. the sold t .
lar.anailis. Fred Yates, of Roches- Is attracting ana! The weather is cool and very wlndv. Smith, of Pittsburg.., I..... are pleasant wave signal. It Is most devoutly hoped t '
f"LY. who Fort Pierce. was a large fall winter crop, many but has brought up the river o that all the
arrived at their home, smaller In the guests of Plaxit. that we will not have to hear It again
"lehurst growers predicted a crop boats left the bottom
last recently on are his winter.
Saturday. regular season; but we bad very favor now afloat again J. G. Bennett and Miss Bennett, of '

h i Wednesday, the 25th, was the be- Meredith Is having a house able weather for pineapples all fall and New York, are again with us, much to t ii
P DK of the Lenten period, but its Foster lot. winter, except about two weeks In the T., A. Robinson, wife and son have the pleasure of their many friends. Foley's Honey and Tar cures the cough .
""""{weans no crush or push on the erected on his latter part of December and first part of gone to City Point for a visit, as also has caused by attack of la grippe. It heals V
and. That Is reserved for Pal m Beach. I The heavy rains did considerable damage January.. That cool period checked the Mr. Sharp, sr.. and Charles Sharp and Miss Bertha Barber, of the Boston the lungs. Sold by B. K. Wilson Hon. f'
bpotta: to the lowland farms.A. bloom that was forced out In Decemberby family, of Columbia, Tenn., to visit a School of Oratory, gave sn entertainment
i from Mr and Mrll. Pltou, con- house Is completed the favorable weather conditions, and while and then return to their homes. composed of recitations, etc., In '
tbelr E. Trowell's new Lotus. t*
daughter's illness are the pallor of Hotel Indian River last Frl-
arable This very and he moved !in on Wednesday. many growers then predicted a still Francis Shunk Brown, the president of I,
day. 1
week will be
the (
crisis ,
shortage In our June But -- 7
but no danger Is now appreMrs Mr. and Mrs Chas. Hoofn.ngle: 'left on we greater are now agreeably surprised crop.to find the St. Lucle Club, a well-known' Pblladelphlau Mr and Mrs. J K.: McKee, of New
dejr' for the who Is) stopping tbe clubhouse I Mrs. S.A. Osteon arrived home last
train Tuesday, York have again arrived ac the New f ;
the midnight that we will have a crop above the average and ; .
the of famous week from visit '
enjoying sports our a to Stuart
and north. both In quantity and quality. Also, lock ledge hotel, and were welcomed by "J.
T. B. Allen and MissiCi Inlet caller "
was a pleasant
re c"rne<1 from Palm Beach the Rev. Tompkees held services la the the early bloom will come off about the r. P. Chase. on Sunday on their many' friend. Mrs. McKee bought T. (U. Ronald and J. A. Fluke are In t I
Cape.
on to large and In June a ticket f.ir the raffle! of a sail boat and Eau! Galll. for several "
tofTi Mr. Allen is a mem- Methodist church last Sunday, middle of May[ which sill days, working on 1 4Mr. I
Atlantic t Yacht Club and was congregations. be In favor of the growers marketingtheir Two private cars, carrying a very large abe was the lucky winner Ronald's launch. st, ,s ,

tea 1eJ8' agreeably, by meeting, a host The telephone company have nearlyall crop; and will, probably be the and dlltinguillhed/arty of wealthy Phil- It fs a mooted question as to who isthe The steamer Canaveral failed to make I : d" w,

ers and friends while absent. the telephones placed In Fort Pierce, means of the growers obtaining! better on Friday. The most noted amateur fisherman atlockledge. her regular run last Saturday, owing tone > :
which makes It very convenient. prices, as the fruit will be handled with weather has been cool, windy and unpleasant ( !Home say F. J. Simmons rudder being lose In the high wind I "'< '
7 Fillar! and well known ;yachts- more care, both by the growers and the ever since they arrived, but as '"
4 will hold services aDd K. I.. OrlfHth are hard to beat; but hat halt pi'availed. 1': ..
Booth of N. J. B. F. Brown and tbe fruit as It Is pleasant again, they will
::11 hie, Bayonne Archdeacon transportation companies; soon go how about Judge NewchalTer! J. U. 1
the site' and I' charming daughtlisacs here next Sunday morning and can be more evenly distributed, and gluts ia for the numerous sports for which St. Bennett, L. W. Jtuttenfleld and others f The cold wave did us DO damage, \ q :"
: Edith ,and Florence, evening. All are cordially invited. 10 the markets avoided; especially our' Lucie Is famous. No better fishing anywhere either the heavy rains that followed. ; I ,
b0p a t tpandlwere Sound last representing Marx growers realize It Is to their Interest to than here. We can also producea The Washington ball, heM at the Ho- People took, advantage of the rata and .. .1'r

1Ir .u! ?, at dSby Mr.rBeathamt L. Moreton wholesale Murray grocers, Jacksonville, ncnurage buyers f.o.b. here, at their' big variety of fruits and vegetables; of tel Indian River, for the benefit of the et out several thousand tomato plants. f' :. -II \1 l
Allen at Cocoanut Cabin. Bros., every kind. This distinguished party loud( Roads Association, was quite a j '
visitor in town, Tuesday. packinghouses. Orange trees have a heavy bloom, and ,'
I family are guests atrthe wall a pleasant will remain quite a while, and will make success, notwithstanding th. Inclement 1'1
he outlook Is for
good a large this
Bayai Poinciana, Palm Beach. Miss Grace Paxton arrived home Wednesday A Most Fatal; Gift things very lively at the St. Lucie Club. weather. The ball room was beautifully year. There I I. a good many belfl crop ) t s to
visit to her parents. decorated. Dancing commenced at nine '
morning on a saving "
In the /St.: Augustine of o'clock and was kept until midnight. pod to the markets, Dr. Capron ,''t'' ,
be the up
Tragedy : holds a position Would power foreseeing f "
Averted She Dade County Land For Sale. the largest crop here. ...
few days recre- Then followed a first-clans to .. I
for would
"J In hospital, and Is oil a events. This destroy hope. A supper, .
be nick of would which all did ample Justice. .J ,
time little
," our boy ation. knowledge of the future unmake \
lived writes Mrs- W. Watklna, of"liadihavoci'jth Robert Alderman passed away lapplness. There are, of course some For sale, cheap, tbe northeast quarter Mothers can safely give Foley'e Honey ;. t 9: l land

"Pneumonia had Mrs, afternoon, after a long and things about the future we do know. It, of southeast quarter of section 3, township Forfeits MM Life. Tar to their children for coughs and ', J
him alld a terrible last Friday She leaves a husband for Instance, a lack of energy, ambition I 38, south of range 41 east; close to Nearly olds, for Iti contains no opiates or other II' ;lt r
but let In besides Doctors treated palnfal IIInesl.children to mourn her 10118. and loss of appetite shows Itself we knowIt O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on A horrible almost ending fatally,start- poisons. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. 't '
h e grew and five little serious 40 eel a nicer on the leg of J. B. i \
th worse every day. At have our deepest sympathy will be followed by complaint* fit Lucie River; acres "
ones
lor Ire Dr. New LMscov- The bereaved great trouble. If r not checked. Often liver and kidney Also, the northeast quarter of northeast Orner, Franklla Urove, III. For four DO YOU WANT 500 H USTJ.LVORUL ,'

"'ed.Coaaamptton n' our darling in their trouble follow quickly. In any event quarter of section 18, township :38, ,ear It defied all doctors and all reme- estate agents endeavoring todlpone of ...1 1 ,
u e's flow sound and well. Is best for croup Electric: Bitters will restore you to health south of range 41 east; on south fork of dlea. But Backleo's Arnica Salve bad any property you may have for sale or l ,'
ellre body ought(; to know It's the only Folev's Honey and Tar opiates, It strengthens, builds up and Invigorates St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to DO trouble to care him. Equally good exchange If so, send full particulars :.- f'' ';' :\ '

'for coughs colds and all lung and whooping cough contains mothers keep ran down systems. Only SOc. Satlsfao- Cu aat II. WALTON, for bum., bruises, skin eruptions and of what you have, to I*. R. Benjamin, of l 'rt

100 dru g1ata. and cures quickly. Careful Wilson & //Ion.: tlon guaranteed by all druggist Tltusvllle, Fla. lies. 2.VJ; at all drug stores. Hanovertoo, O. .
and $1. Trial bottles frH. It In the hou8e. Sold b1 :

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square pattern .a vase of quaint de-

feign low set and large mouthed, In ISLAND CITY HOTEL KEY WEST, FLORIDA
which ferns, a palm or tli
be placed, affords a pleasing touch.At J. PALMER MANAGER.
W. ,
\ \ the landing let a piece of ricb f
Japanese! embroidery or other equal New. :Modern. First-class. 'Bus meets all Steamers Rates, ;toop''

ifflil _ artistic and suitable material say 11 and upwards-Commercial Special. |

_ Turkl, ", rug be thrown over the balu t -
trade and the whole effect la elegnngenerouss R ASIIEVILLE.N. O.
and warm. Ii
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r iiiil YOU When you take WHAT Grove's l'00 Tasteless TAKIK Chill' pr c THE OAKS HOTEL ABBEVILLE, :C,

Tonlo because tbo formula la plainly cygyo' ON'
printed on every bottle phowingtltatitslmgly II ((1 1. : ,1,. ryCF Y J Li]
books
Our money winning Iron and Quinine In a tasteless ""
+ written by men who know, tell fovm. No cure No pay. 50ots. t $8.00 to $.Ol'per( week. $:!.OO to $2.50 per day.
, 1'' all about
you
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A School of Polaonera 80 Steam and Hot Water Dented Room 1
Potash A merciless school of poisoners once

, t 1 l flourished In Vculcc.) During the tlt. Select Tourist Patronage. IMoma open for engagement.

, They are needed hy every man teentb century even tbe government of
111' who owns a field and a plow and the state used poison without any dli Boooklets WM. L. McCOY, Proprietor,|
l who desires to get the most out guise Off u weiipou. A body called "the

ye, of them. council of ten" was appointed to deter r. -
Iw Th.y urt/rit. Sand poital card (mine who should 4..>e dispatched, and WASHINGTON.

all'111 se NwMia' OFKMAft Mtrvtil,KALI WOU.gs.rkAccented they dealt,, with tbe lives of prlncei..

p kings", and popes its Out- would deal wltb Sailings. THE BUCKET BUFFET,
Tri-Weekly
superfluous trees In a wood. A curlou .

document Is still extant In which- the 216 Sixth street, W WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Free and proceedings of this council are recorded. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORE
It shows that one John of Uagub Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar houses In AVasluJj

i Masons prepared a selection of poisons and Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) All of the best brands stock, and the prices as low as any house (In the clt\j)
scale of fecH. The tee varied with tbe
it' Importance of the victim and the lengtlof The Finest'Steamships in'the.. Coastwise Service Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 210 Sixth,

Indian No. 00 tile Journey tube made for bla die facing the National Hotel, and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania stall
For polHonlug the Duko of 1\111-! and Southern Lines.
patch. New England
{ The Clyde. JOHN E. BUCKEY, Proprietor, 216 Sixth Street WASHINGTON,,!
Silver Tltuavl1le, an L9 charged; <>O ducats for the pop Direct Service Between
100) dncata for tile king of Spain 10ducuts <
) Lodge Floilda.lidiU for tbe "great sultan" COO duet Jacksonville Boston Providence, and all Eastern Points NEW YORK
,
r tlirt manitil and fourth Fri .
I Its
tt ; day of each. misting inoutli, a'thetrroom. Indian Hive (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
HotelTltu. Illn at 7iaoo'uluekp.tn. 8EMI-WKEKLY.:: : : SAILINGS
L J. L. Carrmhern TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Southbound........ ................. ... ....... ... .. .. ... ... .. ..... .from Lewi Wharf, Route Hotel Marlborough
Ip"''M T. H. rtai.dnri, Soulor Warden.S. Quinine Tivblets. Northbound. .... .. .. .. .... ....... .... .............from foot of Catherine' Street Jacksonvil
W. Carroll, Junior' Warden. Take Laxative Bromo -- ,
J. M. Dlxnn, Tr ...lIr..r.F. All druggists refund the money If It fall
(i, '.r u / i A. Morgan, Secretary. to cure E. \V. Grove's signature Is on: Clyde St. Johns River Line. Broadway, :ilCth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
11.11'. Ilrown Chaplain.J.
ir i. '
1 R. Walker,Senior IJuacon. each box. 25ots. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric 1lghta
Line.
I'. W. Rollo.tA, Junior I Deacon.V. (IMHary ) ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the ptj
M. Taylor Senior Steward. I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

L 'F. A.. English Junior, Steward. This Is the bout luy the world hal Stopping' 1'alatka,Actor, St. franoU, Here.ford (IXiLanU), and intermediate landing supervision of the owner.
M. E
Tyler. be better. *on theSt..lolin',ltlver. E, S. CR0IYELL, Dlaooge
.. ever neen. Toiuorrov will ; "
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-- '- OF .TACK8ONVILLE.
R. A. Cuuipbell. STEAMER "CITY
18 APPOINTED: TO SAIL A9 FOLLOWS i
THE HALL OF TODAY Catherine Street,Jacksonville I'. ui..: ........ ..Humlayt, Tuesdav and TSurdaj. Broadway and 41sttreet.:;
t -- I have used.. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Leave Leave Foot Sun ford a ao a. iu..i..... .. .... .. .. .... ..............Momlttje Wednusdiirs and Friday. Hotel Veil doine
S j Ho More .. Narrow Kntranor An for a number of years and have no Bouthhound. 8CIII D U LI:. Northbound.Read Read. NEW ',YORK CITY.

Apartrn.nt tit lleaatr and| Comfurt.o hesitancy In saying that it is the bes, Leave. .880 down. ....... .. .. .... ....JACKSONVILLE!' .... ........................Arrive 2.00 up ..m
1 1 The modern hall Is quite different remedy for coughs, colds and croup ]I '. 843 p.m.Ill ........... .... ........ ..1'ALAFHA......... .. ... .. .. ........ ..Leave 8.00 1'..>1 FIREPROOF. :DOO rooms single and en suite, with private baths and!
1 a. havo ever used In my family 1 have not 11 3UOa.lu p. ... .. ... ..... ... .... ... .. ....ASNMt ....... .... ...... .... .. ....... 2.801'.10
affair! from thnt which the jmst' genrratlon ; words to ex, confidence In thin. .r ..311 a. in........ .. .. ..... .... KUANCIS .... ... .... 1.11(1))11 rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.RO; large rooms IJ: aoilj
I knew. It la now prpes my .... ..;. ... .. ... .... uEsvOtcuUrLAND!: )........ .... .... .... 12.00 n'n and The Is under
I of Americans remedy.-Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Arnvefl.sn ,... ........... ... .... HAN '..RIJ. ... ..,..... .... .............. o.ao a.i" private bath $2.50 per day upwards. management
a. m
quite a etntcly apartuiont, and It gives M lob. For sale by all druggists and med IO.ODem... .. .. .. '". .. .... .. ..ENTEItl'IttSlt... ....... .. .. .... ... .... .. 1'.OOa.m sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEX, Mana
> dignity and value to the entire buildlag. clue dealeis. .
k ty hence In its treatment elaborate Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville

J ;t ; ornamentation in demanded notwithstanding Awfully nenlehtea. A.O.HAQKRTT, Baet'n Paoa..Agt.. ...M.IIO MUN(1IR.JI&! Jacksonville.. A..t.Gen. Pass." Fla.THOS. Agl. IF YOU WANT A...
the fact that rooms opening: 10 State St., New York 204 Went Hay
Dasherly-Is be so very ignorant? D. HALEY Local Freight; Agent I O. F. LOVbl.L:: AHBt.Supt..
into It are themselves poanesBpil of 'FIl\8herly-l"nol'ant+ ? Why actually, foot ltoganSt..JaeksnnvillnFla. I Foot Hogan itt".TaokeonynleFla.
much ornamentation. lie doesn't even know a cure for colds! I JOHN. L. HOWAKU.Bupeilntendent, Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville." : General Fla. Agents.
I ..THEO. O. I04UCK Gonnral Maiiavcer. WM. P CLYUE t:0. Lot
Suppose, for Inntnncc, that a hull Is. Kansas: City Independent. I Che) >ehroub| tiuildtiiK. IB State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York, .Building
+ 1 finished In natural oak with floor of O. II. WALTON. Agent, Titusvllle, Fla. ..
came material. A paper bits been selected For Constipation and Indigestion

a for the walls that bas a sort of world's laxative Af. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
Pry a bottle of our : ,
w q oak or very light tan ground with gold lolets, at all druggists. B. K. Wilson & SE.A..JBC> .A.R.IAIR : > LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
ornamentations. The color soeum to be ion agents for THusvlIle or mailed to .
1 PLANTATION TRUCK GAR|
Mv, quite suitable for the ouk woodwork. my address on receipt of loots In stamps. RAILWAY. PINEAPPLE or

j 7. For the ceiling a color of the sumo kind Vddress, The A
ip AS the walls, but In a somewhat; lighter .. .
Settlers:! are hocking In but still there la room. K jof
and KOIt-
tone, with light HIIRO; green green- '

lab ecru ornamentation will look well. Feed III.... SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, :RICHMOND, looking this way, drop a line to

i The woo w->.'k ehould be paste filled If you want to win the gratitude ofi WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
Vk varnished and rubbed''' an ,cgg, bi ll dog, feed him. Aa to men. the mate- '. JAS. E. INGRAHAM Vlce-President|

gloss rial difference Is the quality of the f Three Elegant Trains Dally PLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
As to the furnlxhlng of the hall there Food.-Baltimore News.A Limited. '
York
New
.are pieces of furniture bwi necessary Seaboard ST. AUGUSTINE.I FsJ1A1LWiY

1'' : { such as the hallpU-ce and Hide chairs Seaboard Mail.
laugh la. worth a hundred groans Seaboard Express,
ouk. The nt inueit
In polished npui'ti
la market Charles Lamb.
I), nlwuj's wear n wrlcomlnur/ aspect, as It any MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

I Is here your guest first 1 lingers before The Seaboard New York Limited Is a vestlbilled traIn composed exclusively, !

e entering the reception 'or otli"r room to Pullman Equipment : Dining Compartment Drawlntt, Room, hleeperB and Observation .

further tent. your boppltallty. Let; the:! (Cars. operated solid Ht.: Aiiflrimtlno and JackHonvllle to New York via WashIngton .
1 fiuent'8 first ImproHHloiiH. therefore; bo ConsumptionSalt ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville at 1::20 p. m. Southbound

i Sure to be good onos. Avoid any loud till train U known AH the Seaboard Florida Umiied.Jacksonville to New Orleans. In Connection with Florida East Coast RIlII WRY. Effective .Tunitary II, I 1'''"
ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers
or obtrusive ejects hero. I..et everything
No 3111 NO, 321 No. 341, BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE ANIJ NEW YORK I No 2D I 111o,311
bo noble, restful cheerful. 355p U20p: S43a Lv.TacksonvineNla. ..SouthernLallway..Ar p20a 2 20P1221"
and reservations call on Agent
A Btnlrcntw may bo treated simply For full Information sleeper! any J 4 1101' 1 liMp I Lv Savannah. (M .. .. ..8lIthern Railway. ,Ar II Ilia I io tail\
it cr elaborately depending upon the pork is a famous old- Seaboard, or writeA OMa 12 !3; a. 9201' Ar Charlotte, N C. ... Sunthernltallwa ....Lv 91101' 4 tell

1i architectural character and decoration O. MAcDONELIi, .As t. Oen. Pass.'Agt. Jacksonville,'Florida. !JI'1> 1 .. 811111OIArItlcIII".I.V._ .. .... u"11 rulta w y. V 12510.1 ...I.IU

j 1 of tbe rooms. A small nnrrow staircase fashioned remedy for con- -_____._____ __..___ _u_________ ----- II 35y IIOp 11 10 III IIII'a O00 140 a Ar ArW""hlnltton.IJ.C..fuuthern n"ltlmore." ... ....nnAylvanla Railway a'y. .....I.v Lv 1061a 6l'.Ia: 631p 52pl,
1 should not bo elaborately deco sumption. "Eat plenty! of 2 110 a I 811 P 11 1.1:. a Ar Philadelphia Pa ...PeuuKylvanla Wy.Lv I 8/1iI1/ / 3 IIp I
1113... 4 J.I. 1000'p.-\r 'Iew York .... Pennsylvania It.y..I.v 1.IllIa:. 1 .wP
Spl' rated. If tbe rooms are richly decorated Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company ..
pork was the advice to the ,, No,..81 and 3:1-'fIe: Suur.hern Paint Limite" arrives daily eJto"pt JUOI"hva; Icavet dooept
::4t and furnished let the staircase bo 8I1nda,,,. No...83.nd M-"New York sad Florida Express" Iht11y Dining Cars
simply decorated anti vice versa, unt i 'onsumptive 50 and 100 United fltaten' Fast Mall Routes For' N" .211 and 30- Wa..hfngmn. anti Florida Limited.::...Daily. _
t leas printed tupextrlea are to l>e bUllion KFY WEST CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES' VIA PORT TAMPA AND )MIAMI FLA.prolellealllnJllln No. s I No. 131 l1o.tween.JaokMollvllle and the North and West 14-
without notice \I 20 a T .J.\ P Lv Jacksonville. Fla ... .... Southern Railway .. .. Ar 8 30 as805p ;
I the walla. Of these let there be not years ago. effect as shown below. Subject to change postponement SOlI a ArlllllCon.Oa ......... .. ... SoittoernHeilwa..... .. .."Lv 1 tau I Ie
( too many and let those be very choice. MIAMI-KKV WEaT-lIAVANA LINE.-Commencing January 15,1903.-LEAVING MIAMI. 1111' 1120 a ArAtI..nta.. ..... ............ Southern J.IIlIway. .. ..... Lv 10 Mp I",
Hair or fur nre In place for the Salt pork is good if a man Sundays, Tliumltiys. ..... tIn am I.v. Miami Ar. 7:0(1 p.m. .....RalurilaysTuesdays.Himdnys '. I04/1p/ U 4.'a Arhat..nooJa.Tonn: ....... ..outbernltaUway.... ,Iv 6I II PI""'
rugs Tlturdiiyn. ..... ....I9mpm\ :: ArHayWetLv //I'IMI: >am .... ..Saturday.Tnesdav.. .!..55_a_ 3'L! Arlln"lnn: !. Ohio ... .. ft Jaen 4t Crescent_ ::; :Lv _8 30: I ::
1 floors. :an stomach' it., The idea Sundays. Tlitirsilayi) .. ... ,llsiNlpin:' Lv Key West Ar U:30 The underside. of the stairway In I\lond..y..Frl'llIy.. : .... 7:00 am Ar Havana Lv 4d0pus.FrldayMondaye: 113411' 710 a Ar Chicago: Ill ... .. ... tug Four ... .... .. .... ,Iv 8 3"pa .1
? I ho hall can be diapered with largo behind it is that fat is the POnTTAMPA-KKY WE8T-HA ANA LINK.: -Commencing Oct. l, IIMJ.-Leavlnir POftTTAMP o a 8311p: Lv Cinmmtati.UhJI ........ Ponn.ylyaola 1.lOe" Ar 8 4s a ::
t I Bun ,Tu<-..,Tluirs. .. .. ..11 :do pm Lv Port Tampa Ar f:3npm:: .. ...... Wed.. Fri., food the consumptive needs ... .. .. ... : Ar Key West LvlO-.lipiu: ) .. .. TUBS.,Thur., 8at.Mnn. ) ,
Mon Wed., Fri AiWIpm : S48a Lr ii Tnatl Ohio.... .... .... CHaO-lIfnllo.... .. ... .. ..Ar 1
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Wed', Fri ..... .. ...1I:1"PID: | Lv K.y Went Ar giWpm' ....1'I\II".IIII..S". II 55 7:13: a A r Chleagn Dl\ ..... C II a D-1Ilonoll .... .Lv 0 110_, '.'
most. Tues.,Tlmrs.,Sat .. ...... 8.no .... Ar Havana. Lv 1.1:00:. M. 1 uce.Thur.Sat.. i220p
I M 3. l'J03.Moil. 8211 a 94111' t. tincin"ati' Ohio .... ........ i iFllIchlgan; enter 1n :,
MIAMI-NASSAU: LISE.-Cmnmonclug February Ste a ArToledoOhto ... ... ... CHa1t.a11ohlranCentralLvnMI'-"
Scott'sEmulsionisthemod- ., Wed., Fri' ........ .. .. 81Wptn: I.v, !Miami Ar at0: a m. ... ..... ...Wed.. Frl.. Sun. 4 :lUJ p... 7 80 a Ar Detroit. Mich... .. .. ... C n.e'! Ir-Mlcbigan Central V 1a ()""J.I. iI.
'Tu...,Thur Hat..... .. .... 8iJO a tll Ar Nassau. Lv 3lHpui:) .. ... ....Tne*.,Tlinr.,bat. 8 ie a 8 00" LV C IMlnnaLi. (his. ... ........ Pennyvenia: lne8. .. ,Ar III a i ;
srnjTiethod of feeding fat to Commencing March 30, inns. ea I'1' IIIIII. Av 1'1ttu rRPa .... . l.enIlKylvanlaLIII""..... .. l y _15 1' _.
..... Miami Ar e.inain:: . Wed., FrI., !\IIn. 6311' 91101'i .lor 8 M a80op '.
]\Ion..We.I.'rl. a. r.v l Inclnnetin 1 .. .. ... ... Big: Four.... .. ... '
the consumptive. Pork is too Tues.Tliur. .... ....... .6:30a: amtAr Nawaii Lv 2:00;( |1'11\ .. .... ....Tues.,Thur.,Sat. 8411a AeCle.elandlhla... .... ..... III It Four.... .. ....... ..,L. 03IIplt. :
s Above hour liamd on Doth )Meridian Standard Time Railroad. for Na.san la local oNuwau 785a 5.lIOp LvL xinlt"R y ....... ... ... rIO-a;: I I'
rough for sensitive stomachs.Scott's time. For rates and other Information apply to any Ticket Agent or to 81111' Arl.oul"vllle, Ky... ..., .. mhornitalrway..... .... Lt 104 a :
CH*8. L. MYERS Manager.Took.'Jnvlll., F a.Atlantic .... I32aArStLouis.I.t ... ..... .. ... Southern .. ............ '!..
Emulsion is the most -- .'6 30 p Lv r..xinlton.lt.. ..... .... ... .. .Ar 10' a
....I 811OJ' Ari.nnisvilie. Kg.... .... .,,... PenneylvaniaLines.... .. ,Lv 74IeT34a '
refined of fats, -especially' ........ : ArChl..al/o.III.: ... .. ... .... "enn"ylvanl.LlnN ...... ..Lv 840a__
Noss an,. e-." h sago snF or i 8..lal. .. I leavesilally
)1 prepared for easy digestion. Coast Line IIl1nla.. Oln InjC can Nn. 13 and U-"Tho FloridaLlmlted"dull. DlntigotnNo _
r R'y. ,at ..Tbrol\lh.Land 1 of the i'ky... \o.29 "0.11 No. l3 .Set. '-08i R City i;soH
\ 1e' 1-. Feeding him fat in this ,iTNprlockeooiiIS0.: Ry. .. Ar A9tht I 920& 74lIp Lv .IaokaonvlU. ..S'.Ry.Arl, ::
22111&L..8I1va&lnah. ST.nv ...Ar 1110. aOeaiAr5Iaoon.BaUY.
aMp "
which is often the only 1MpArAsheville ..NoTty. .1... 4a"p 610p 112f..ArAtIMnla.( ... .. ". .
,
way The Great Through Car Line from Florida. 2 37p Ar Hot Sprtn ..So.! Ry, I... U 4.111 i 113lIa1l 4IIa Ar l\:111Injlbam..II".Ry. 1.1 4 i"r
4 1 is half the battle but 810aArClncinnat...Q&C..Lv soap 91111"ArM ......" BI/
:3eo.
way, 1loi'idth'f.4 FtUlI.OUM: TI'niu I... 7 4)a' Ar KAnPA Clt.rIAcll .Lv 8
Scott's Emulsion docs more .' .. la all 14-The F on a Iwlt D... Iy. Din nit 0......

II. F. CARP, Dhlt. Pas!'!. Agt.,108 W. Day St., Jacksonville, l
than that. There is some- "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL.

Between St. Augustlnw and New York. Leave Augustine 11:10 a. m., Jack
thing about the: combination 83nvUle 12M p. m., dally except Sunday. .

I BTAIltCABX AND: NEWEL POST. sf cod liver oil and hypophos- ;

p "')uare pimvU outlined In gold! lines "CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED." alaI"

and HUM wltb a flat stencil In white phitcs in: Scott's Emulsion Between St. Augustine and Chicago and St. Louie Leave St. Augustine S a. m.,, a*ls: ,

on a blended red and buff ground. that n:.. \v life into the Jacksonville\ a. m. These trains are the standard of perfection passenger I.
The uuderolde of the stairway higher puts service consisting of Pullman Veutibuled. Drawing-Room, Sleep t' more a veritable dragon of Hi-health It leave In 1U patby.lc.1 <
wrecks dir
than
up may have small panel nll<*l with weak ,,parts: :11"\I has a special ing, Compartmen:, Dining and Observation Cars eaao eallar(0Amerlcana probably any otHer one

y Ugbt brown scrolls In gold outlines. action 0:1: th! ? diseased lungs.A To the WEST. VIA MONTGOMERY, leave St. Augustine 6:10: p. m., Jacksonville o'itI": HY malady? Simply the system because Is upon usually the flint scourged indication with
1 'Ulethill' iilwnya seems to be need1 : &. or that deadly mineral-calomel.
KW Coaches and Pullman Sleepers.
8 : m, Day
p. Don't "
I f' to break the stiff utrnlght lines of a Do It. .. D IFOU.. II Ian" at all
simple: will be necessary either. We positively guarantee
.staircase and one of the most effective "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED."

helps In this direction U the construction sent free: u ton request. Between Jacksonville and New York; Leave St. Augustine 6:40 a m., Jacksonville HERBINE

,; I' of the newel post. Into this ? Vf "n. thnl Ihl, ptclur la 8:33; Coaches and Pullman to .
II >' ,HI r a label n on lhviiiinir : a. m., carrying Day Drawing-Room, Sleeping veraedrraeasrrrrppas.... any farm of imtarta. I* <*
a the admirable curver of 'Tart oou- ol i boils olI and Dining Care nlrborbU. Iluall. she.4re.p"rneINrand
very eI1l lom "
l--noo aecta
1 nf
wati" ream to be entering as seen In yv i 4 A utliion >oa buy.SCOTT "ATLANTIC: COAST LINE EXPRESS" Between Jacksonville and New York omeumil llTor. their a.K!dnully......-b Moabtos.SOoporbottlo. .

,, 'k ,tbp one illustrated where tbe boldu & Leave St. Augustine 6:10: p. Jacksonville. 8:05 p. m., carrying Day All Drul....

RtI vw of the carving, coinUlnetl wltb BOVVNE Coaches and Pullman Sleepers

the easy broad trend of the stairs, CHEMISTS FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Tray Pas*. Agt
Rives a very lordly and handsome ef- m: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
t r tv t. 4O9 Pearl St., N. Y. U. M. EMERSON, Trafljo} Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent.

Where the post Is I of the phila. joe. and act all druggist. WILMINGTON, N. C. D. It. WILSON &; SOX.'I'r' .


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TITUSVILLE.DJ.A.N .. 1 :



: RIVER :eO"J'EL: ., i :? ]j
: World's Famous Hotel :

ON-T HE,-Ilc1)IAN-RIVER. T1TUSV1LLE, + t r.. Victory/ 1( ,


FLORIDA .;,
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I Put-in-Bay Island, Lake Erie, Ohio. 4: ,.' ,\ .I,I. i :
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$ DUCK SHOOTING r .. 'l'I'
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1 and FISHINi 1 + L) r vk M The:views show:just a few of the many environments posseil l by this, the Greatest and Grandest \," ; I .' i f'

JateK$2 1)( I
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perdl'Y. of all Summer Hotels It l la renowned, for the social standing of Its patrons, dimensions? excellence \ :
$10 and $12 per week' ,.\I'
sl of food l, service, and the lavish amusement of Its gue ta. Situated on a large Island In mid-lake, ,In I
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JACJSONVILLI T parkjof twenty-one acres of shaded lawn The scenes and envlionm nts are enchanting, con ,;":i /
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duclveof re and comfort. I I

\DSOft HOTEL . t If you son(1|your address l we will mall you our souvenir folder, into card and teatamonlnl book. ,I J '

JACKSONVILLE'S: FINEST AND FLORIDA'S They are VERY ATTRACTIVE and the rates are most lewonable. Address, <
LARGEST AND BEST:: YEAR-ROUND HOTEL.
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':1:'. W. McCREARY:: ::: ::: ., GSc.: :tMIa.c..gr.: : : : .
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Toledo, Ohio. i .

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A tor June 1st, HOI, Put-in-liay, Ohio.
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of South Front, Hotel Victory, facing Lake Erie-showing:; \, i,

Xatatorlum In foreground. Open Season ((.,a "x 'M'
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CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. ( Your Summer f'k .
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HotelVictory i:_ 11 .
Opposite po tolllce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repahed and re- e

Liberally conducted. . ? : : LA l '
novated. Newly furnished throughout. .
usual morning scene at the boat houses. Hotel Victory guests starting ; I\\ \ 'l1COCKLKUGK.
for a spin on the Bay. j t I
Walk to Lake.
The Plaza and TOI'raod .
I Rates 12.50 per day and up. _.. .
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SIORELAND HOTEL, West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Hotel Indian River, ROCKLKDOB, FLA. The Palms h' WEST: PALM BEACH, l-'LA_ II t


AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TH A large, home-Ilka el, well appointed and beautifully located Riving the
located. Just built and -
American plan. Centrally opened Situated I.A KEWOlrI'lI
comfort without the cost of the more expensive ones. on
table. Hot and Cold Water JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND TIlE WINTER. opposite the Inyall'olnclana Ho'el.' White waitresses. Eleotrlo it '
this season. Fine cooking and Rood TIlE HOME\ OF THE. ORANGE Hells. Good Fishing, Hunting and Moating. Rates, (lii, $2 lit) and $3 per .
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I Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS day. Special rates by the week. THIS PALMS, West Palm lieaoh. 1 ++ I + ;

(itreet cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50/ per day. : FOR 500 GUESTS. ,

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. BEAUTIFULLY REDECORATED INSIDK. The Leamington WEST PALM REACH; '

25 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE BATHS.::: STEAM\ HEAT. FLORIDA ,I
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ST. AUGUSTINI ELECTRIC LIGHTS, Jt LEV A TO It. LAUNCHES. ORCHESTRA, S. I
W. C. ERNST, Manager\ ;
EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING AND HUNTING. On Lake Worth. opposite Postoftloe and business houses. Large verandas. I, }

HAM&IANT: & CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARSH, Manager Strictly ilrst-olasa. Rates, t3 Per dilY.l Special by the week. t ( +

M I St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. J. ___________________________________________________' _"___ __
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3 d3:;...-e G3r+ .c3o--c: aca.l'U 1'ALM IIIACIII i
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I Remodeled under new management. Rooms en suite with private bath Hotel. ), "t III

| More sun exposure than any hotel In St. Augustine. Located on the Flazi Plaza Hotel Palm Beach. }
Owner and Propr.
M. B. MONTGOMERY, U 1

Jlluntls! House, Saratoga Springs. I INDIAN RIVER, o1J.1od.go. F1a.I ti. $ r rf
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I THE NEW MODERATE RATE HOTEL.
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS "THE GREAT ORANGE GROVE I I..
-- I RESORT OF FLORIDA." Accommodates/ ). Located on Palm Beach )
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I between the Ocean and Lake Worth. ,
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FL.I .\. : modern hotel, located on the hanks of thef"molll' Indian proper, ;
ia Springs Hotel A handsome Within a minute's walk of the Palm Beach Railway f
LW (St. Johns River.) ''D River, In the midst of an 80'HO re bearing orange grove. Steam conceded heat by in Station and Royal I'olncluoa Gardens. Rate, 1
location)
filtered rainwater
suites with bath; ; .4.' '
M miles south of Jacksonville le by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river stean. I every everyone room the best In Rnckledgo" ; Elllt.: (::09I1f. Railway depot In the hotel I I r 9X: ) per flay and upwards Hultes with private
11. Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevator. Electric Golf Light courg< s I grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal management and rates. p baths extra Booklet and weekly I rates on app!I.
[nrespriDK water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Accommodations for 200. December 20th.()
cation.
(ennlij,Flshlnlt, Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $.IM) per day.peclal .;; ,Ii I S. II. I'ECK, :Manager. br4i Opens s

weekly rates. O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager.AITAMONTE Summer If.i.ort-Th New Arlington lIot l. I'etoikvy, Mich. Leading renurt rs rrsest.... W. H, ORMICS, Manager.
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of the. treat Lake Open> June to October. r
II. STANLEY STEVENS, Owner.

SPRINGS jam,,,r 3 13 '!II -.3 on !1:21:>i08es 3 r.3s ist3+mesC -- --

PALM REACH FLA.UNDE.t \
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, THE HIBISCUS, : NEW MANAGEMENT.: i '
f fTsble.
2 Altamonte Hotel., ORANOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. New Rockledge Hotel ROCKLEDOE, KLA. Huperbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. Excellent. ; 4
located, complete and INDIAN RIVEH. Courteous Service Home Comforts. Kales, tl.M) per day and npwuitlM. ) f
, Open beautifully .
from November until May. Most .. Klist-ClaHS Kenlaurant. atliiclied to hotel
.tee.tractive hotel in Interior Florida. Among the pines GEO.and E.orange BATES' jt oves., Prop.J2NTE1CMMSK Situated In midst of full bearing orange grove, overlooking Indian River A. W. FKITHOII, Proprietor. t
very moderate( Send for booklet and Howling. Livery \
and fishing. Casino, billiards -- t
wReaort N. II. Unexcelled bunting
[ : "The Grand, M t. Vernon, '
with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by first.chess
Heat and manY"IllIt.el
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Steam Cafe.
orchestra. Rates, <:t.OO per day and upward. Special weekly rates until Beach: Club :. .

January 20th. I
II. R. SHAKES, Proprietor. (Incorporated)

U OCK ENTERPRISE, FLA. Hotel Jew Weirs, Lake Wlnnipesaukee, N. II.aiEltiUTT ( +
HOUSE On Lake Monroe.] Summer : ---- Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach, on the north. t
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hall Tourists Clyde going Steamers::\ to or on returning the picturesque from the St East Johns Coast stop can at break families Enterprise.Journey wishing here tl1,I --- -- -- Merrltta FAMILY 11I11111(1.I WINTER. RESORT. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.

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visitors or
casual
Jlrst-cIaHs accommodation for either and fishing) I Ieorltla. I 'rnE WTfiWAMV Fla. '
hunting Merritt,
"Joy the bestS On Indian| nher re
beauties and very
of locality, and Service.
: the ISON. Flr.t Clae. Chef, Cuisine
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and
( A. S. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, Balliard, Pool "
Now Open. pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 850' feet of docks. '
Ping Cabin Pong catboat tables.for cruising.Swimming Hunting and ft.hlnllilnest on the Coast. Write, and :JrL"Va.'to: : D112111: : : :Ja.r1Crs ,

E ALIKE: EX K.Colonnades Cocoa, free. Oyster Roasts a specialty.Mrs. .
our boat will meet you at Orders received for Dinner Patties of any number. at all hours.
E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor. 1
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e SEABREEZE NOW, (OPEN.Daytona) FLA.1PECLtL Hotel t e I Riverview, ON INDIAN RIVER MERRirr, FLORIDA.On 1'11.\1'1 .I '

High Pine Land. Health comfort and sport. No better Huntingand Hotel Formerly Palm Cottage.
The[ Palm .
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Fishing la Florida. Sulphur Swimming. Bath. Fine Yachting. MIAMI, KLA 1
RATES UNTIL JANUARY 13TIL; E. L. CRUSIUS, Proprietor. i..
Now Open.
ADDRESS: .-.- Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements, large: I airy rooms,'newly
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FOR! RATES, BOOKLETS, ---- -- --- JJ:NSI:N. furnisher), with broad, breezy verandas. Col.ln.. the very best Rates, $2 and 1 1t1
Manager. *.'.60 per day. Special U US. A. MULLER, Proprietor. I
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CUAS. A. CREIGHTON JENSEN, FLA. ( & ,,

IZR A AL FRESCO HOTEL, Center of Pineapple Belt. : PIONEER HOTEL MIAMI, PJ.ORIDA.j i "

SHARES, Proprietors.Clarendon. I. T" UNDER NEW MANAGEVIENT.: *t' ,
The.prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near Remodeled and Enlarged. Newly Furnished. Centrally Located. k '
the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable Letters and E. A. FgitSSKLL: Proprietors L .y, t

Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. .
e FLA. Owner and Proprietor. -- -
Inn SEABREEZE JOHN S PARK, KKY 'VI'ST--: I
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ST. rKTKUSnUKO. 1 4I

OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. > r: ;. ,
FLA. the Jefferson KEY'WEST, KLA. .
P and under new manage ST. I'ETERSRURO, ,\
dng' t
BELKONT
the
refurnished
Sea. Entirely remodeled, for the season,. THE Opened November 10th. w
and
'tOt Best Northern Service. Special rates by the week On the west shore of Tampa Bay. The most healthful winter resort city to the I iYr
r'ion Inn Station. Address the Claren State. On high ground, pure water, perfect drainage; spacious piazzas. rooms I JAS. P. VININO, Manager .

P1 IDD. Seabreeze buses Florida.meet all trains at Daytona E. L. POTTER, Prop.C. large week.and newly furnished, papered and painted. W.Rates II., f TIPPETTS j per day; $,H Proprietor.00 to 91.1.00 i topover allowed on all HannA tickets via P. A; O. S. S.Co.EAST 1 !

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 27, 1903.

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19 PALM FLORIDA FACTS OF INTERESTTO & Graham Co .

..xno&jJrb WASHINGTON BEACH.-BALL AT INVESTORS.- Robbins(Incorporated.) ,, RAILROAD WATCHE!


4 JKWKT IRS AND SILVERSMITHS, The greatest event of the seaion at Messrs. Hod rick 4 Raley, leading Jacksonville PAID UP CAPITAL t2 ,OOO.oo.
have kindly
real estate agents,
Birth
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Washington
41 l Went nlaY Street, Palm Reach was the for the 'flmea.Union a brief report This company owns a'
day liiill, given at the largest hotel In compiled immigrants I We have a fall line at...
I value to Intending
: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. the woild-the Royal l'oI00Iao1\Ion- !of containing great valuable information Z-i ANa:: :ID S,
For
section of country day night, by Manager Fred Sterry. and ; Bottom Prices.
stock In this Illoridavegotablefruit, timber Rock
Largest this auspicious occasion the large, north as to ; In the Indian River Country; On the 8Luclo ,
Established In 1808.; transformed grazing lands prioos' and yield per acre, Rte
of the hotel was ,
: I dining! room etc. also a brief view at the bright outlook I River at New River and on Ba; :1' r
and ; .
catalogue. ;
.: Bond for descriptive Into a vegetable fairy-land! many Their follows Prices quoted on application.A
: Jacksonville. report
: bestowed for
exprowtionn <>f congratulation were Biscayne Prices to suit the times.
?14 upon Mr. Fred Sterry: and lilt : full tock of all kinds of Jewelry, Alarm Clocks, tl
ANHEUSER BUSCH for the taste {Gentlemen Replying yonr Inquiries Send for Land List.
Leland ,
I
THE brother Air. terry
.. they diiplayocl, In superintending such relative to vegetable; fruit, timber and Offices at TItusville and Miami. Fla. Watch Chains, Table Silverware, Etc., Etc.
grazing lands in Florida, arid about the \,.
Brewing Asso's. elaborate The l pillars\ decorations.) of the dining room .....erebealllhllly net yield per acre vegetables and fruit*. G. L. MANDAVILLE,
and and the price per acre for land. We will
In
....lnll". St. I.mil' Keg and Hottloit on the band wroatlitd stand were evergreens palms, ferns, first take up vegetable lands can lands.be bought; from East Coast Meat Market Jeweler and Optician, Tltusvllle, Fla.
Vegetable
effect
etc, of all kinds and slzoa. The '
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liner of this lavish display of palms was $2.60 to flO per acre, according/ location "- G. F. DUREX, Agent. -

j I'' cold by Me...,.. F. A. IxMloy anti heightened by the effect of many potted ; and the average net yield per acre I "17 EZ.. -S: D--Z &=, ::S
follows
of various varieties, placed ategular to the farmer In 1902; was as :
Mutlnw'rltusrlllePls. plants 5s orn .
It. L spaces ou the ledge above tho Eggplant . . . ;. .. tWO) DEALERS IN-
V By Mr. R.Motlow,Couos, Klu. colored Incandescent lights; while the Tomatoes . . . .* Ion) s u uo -- GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PROD

rod, white and blue bunting/ and the old Cabbage . . . . l'0 wy ? ,
JOSEPH ZAPF English coat of-arms of the Washington Cucumbers . . . . 350Peas -: tanb We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPKS': O.itri, iLWe ]
iuj amlly, around the walls, gave a charmIng . ". . . . ,'. :3.0Sgnaslt = deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the tru.it .all lerl. j

Sole Agent. effect. . . . .. . !:.o > Write) us for prices on Grain and all Or&ceries. delivered at youi itatU.
(ousts of the hotel were requested tobe Cantaloupes . . : . 2110<> E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITU&VILt.K FL
Street at dinner early, HO that the dining Watermelons . . . .". . 21H'< > -ca:
r 010 to 020: West Hay room coulu be cleared for the ball; and Lettuce , . 4M( ( -
FLA. boy responded with a will. About I 0:10: Cauliflower. . .. . flM>>( ) __ U2
: CARROLL
h1' JACKSONVILLE,. the big crowd began to wend their way Celery. . . . .2,0:!; = C'a S. W.
---- to the bull room .&and the ball was opened Irish potatoes , ,-100 y ,
l J? PiL :rt.. L. MOTI+OW at 10 o'clock by dancing the firs t We can furnish yoifthe names and address TITUSYILLE FLORIDA. -Dealer In-

number on the pl'ajtram-a waltz, whlc of a number farmers who have GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETA
0 I Ih was Indulged In with considerable vimThe netted considerably more per acre than ,
,= music for the ball was furnished by we have stated above. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage! ->f>iicii|

the combined orchestras of the Royal A friend of ours, whose name and address TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
I'olnclana and Itreakers, and it was one we can furnish, has made three

uninterrupted spell of harmony throughout crops In one year on one acre, as follows, : _- _

the evening, there be being heard no mush time 4M( crates of eggplant; ; , 503 75 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY]
when there was not to
30U!( crates of cauliflower . fi25:.! 00 h
, from one band or the other. The excel WK/ crates of cucumbers <"00 00 FLA.
l lunco of the music and the flnely-pullsli- TITUSVILLE,

ed flour were very favorably commented Total net profit of three crops In Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special ati

upon. "one year from cue acre .'. .$1,.*>28 75: h .r ,s .vt paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is m> motto.]
The ball ended at midnight by the
T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.TITT5VILL2 .
throwing of vart-colored serpentines and The cauliflower was marketed In January 4J
.
confetti, and the booming of ffre-crnek. ; cucumbers :March and April ; eggplant --
ers Tho majority of the dancers then ; In May and June. t
:: ; LX"V"EEI.:: Y STL1I31d
others who have done as
We knnw of
vended their way to the south dining(
room; where they were regaled with ai I well; In fact, some have exceeded the
friend mentioned. fit''
{ tiQO ,trI$4 excellent During supper.supper, the Keopolltan band Pineapple land will cost from $50: to FEED AND SALE SADDLE tlOH

vocal ami instrumental oonoort (IOO per acre, and after the second year OZIf
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$ Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, guve which was much enjoyed by the /{lIedll.Jt the conditions are very unfavorable when ...ST ABLES... HUGO l EMSI:
Ales, Stout Etc. was estimated that about 1,200 at. the net profits do not go us high as $.111to ;; ) [( Your House Goes up in Smokeand '

,, tended the ball and seat around t)11: ; > per acre. BAGGAGE = f, W' Rlttj
ardor! every
Scy3end!: me
your
r loose
southern everything I
the ball room was taken, while hundreds The returns from oranges In the you ,
J, TITUSVILLE: and COCOA, FLORIDA were dancing/ ,standing.The part of the State, where groves have it Is your own fault. TRANSFER and TDRXOfl

gorgeousness of the scone at Its the necessary attention, are at leant as :FMro: Inf: 4urLLnoco.
height ivied successfully with any big good as theme derived from pineapples. infllcient to cover the value of the property IIAULIKG, ETC. = ..all kinds
'YISIT The most jieculliir and Interest! ball that has ever been given lt> Florida. Good timber land can be bought for and household effect should be car-

Ing sight In America . The gowns worn during the evening fri.itO: ( to $i per acre, and grazing lands. led. Kales are not high. 'fbe com panleR J. M. OSBAN & BRO

j THE FLORIDA were marvels of beauty, among/{ them from $1 to $2 per acre.. re represent are solvent, reliable and lib- TITUSVILLE -Back of Grand; View hotel. FLO
and thousands of
many Imported ones, a description oi There are thousands ral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
k which we have not room for. The jewels Acres of land In Florida which will produce Don't neglect/ to take out a policy.

Ostrich Farm Co. worn were very beautiful. vegetables and fruit, as we have 8CHUYLER 4 i3nA SING.TITUSVU.LE. ,
should stated, aud no better grazing and stock
On the whole, Manager! Sterry FLORIDA. Seeds For Summer Crops
receive hearty congratulations for bring. lands can be found. : ,
Ing to so successful an Issue the grandestball Referring: to your Inquiries as to theoutlook Correspondence Invited.
e JACKSONVILLE. of the season. for Jacksonville\ what has beer

done The since great the fire fire of, etc:May: 3, 1001, totally! A NEW INVENTION. Millets! Sorghums Soja Beans, Velvet Beans Peanuts, Chufas, Teonlnte, j

THE EAST COAST. CANAL wiped out 148 blocks, one mile wide and Beggarweed,
miles In In the hear clean.COZY'
about two length.
]:: PEAS: :
Mr. George F. Miles, manager of the of the buslnoHs and l fine residence dlstrlc

Florida Const Line Cnaal and Trall..portatlan of the city, und. to-day she has a populatlou Recently Patented all Over the World. Whlppn, Clay.lVonderfnl, Black Unknown Ladyflngers.
Company, with a few friends interested af forty thousand people, live hun Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices Conch reaM, 3.;:;>o |.er qt., Postpaid;}
,. in the enterprise has been on an tired to six bundled more substantial. and peck; $425; : bushel. '
a Ms inspection of the two dredges now at beautiful buildings erected than were do- Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Inoecticides, Garden 'loo.n. Fertilizers
work on the canal which Is to connect stroyeo In that lire. The woutierful pro The Walton
I the waters of the)f atanzall and HaMfaa gresdlve spirit shown by the citizens\ la L. CAMERON, The 'Seed Store,
rivers says the St. Augustine correspondent commented upon by the le. iilnu newspapers 1 14 East Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE, FL,|
of the whole country. The (JOY-
of the Times-Union. The dredges
ernmunt has appropriated $1,230,000: ) fat Tackle Block.Made '
of the company commenced work last \ Self-Locking ..
of the channel from the city
fall, and have boon making excellent deepening
progress. They are now cutting through to the ocean (twenty-five miles distant), Taber's TreesI
what Is known ns the divide, a strip which will give a depth of twenty-live ttJO In various shapes and sizes, ol I
about eight miles long. This Is the mont thirty feet, and since the consolidation of WOOD, IRON and BROX2E. Will
difficult work along the entire length of the naval stores and turpemlne. interests Have an enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true t<' ni
the canal and it Is not likely that It will of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, with: work equally well with rope, chain or very Important considerations to lobo planter. Among our thousands .if, snj
::: : be completed until next winter. the headquarters In Jacksonville will : wire rope. customers Is the United /States Government, for whom we ace jzrowinir( l

ry .t With the waters of the Matanzas and necessarily bring this buolness (millions I Will work at any height: upside down, I hybrids, on contract, both in nursery and orchard. Our twenty'YCl1rl eni I
this Orchard and is at service. Fruit trees, :Shade: trees,| I
of dollars per )ear) through port, horizontally, or at any angle, and will Nursery experience your
waterway and with the millions pf acres of the and Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free. 1 ;
wil' bu finished. All that will re. best yellow pine and cypress' timber in stop and lock a any point. PROPRIETOrJ i
Ray GLEN SAINT MART NURSERIES, G. L. TALLER,
b Invaluable for kind of business
main to be done will be that of keeping the United /States, and which-canuot every F
the channel Its required depth and width.\ exhausted In the next twenty or thirty where a block Is needed, frell\entIYllaY- Jlen Saint Mary, hA
Nearly tea: Klgnntlo bird tamllng S to 10 foot and with Immense rich phosphate -
o'ir
Jj One dredge moving from place to place years, lag the labor of one man or more.
1 Ontrlcill
Mlth, weighing UVI+to 41MII pound* mnh.
... will do this work. When a portion of fields, the shipments amounting :
4 mats, eltll., imtrluliei ulttlnit baby ontrluhei Nothing like it for hanging or stretching
7 ,1, just. butuliml the canal was open to navigation two hundreds of thousands of tons per year, a '
%I a' DulilBH. csonrtrlaltors Ihroiiith the farm, ax the boats of the dida large percentage of which will past wires. YOUR EYES EXAMINED
company
I r II"llIlolC all shout the l>lnl., their neap, liablu,, years ago FRA
: t liliuiiUK, ttto. good business running between Lake through this port, and with the largest Address all communications\ to the
Worth and points along the lower Indian and best producing early vegetables .and

river. When the entire work Is finished\ tropical fruit districts\ In the world and u Walton Self-Locking Block Go I have a complete line of Optical Goods, and I
climate that cannot be surpassed for'
Hall It Is proposed to put the boats on the entire
,E. Vcsoy route. The can!, or Inland waterway health comfort and cheap living will ** (Incorporated ) do all kinds of Fitting of Eye Glasses ll
all make Jacksonville, in a very few yeais, and Spectacles.
will also be open to sorts of o
Office and Wardroom, 404( Atlantic Ave
j; light draft ploa.urocraft, and for leisurely one of the greatest commercial cities In Tour Eyes Examined Fee. A Fit Guaranteed. d
BoatbuilderOEORGIAXA 1 cruising the course will offer exceptional the South as well ns largely Increasing Near Rowe's Wharf, Elevated Station. i
p <.d yaDt a oll. the population throughout the State en- BOSTON, MASS. G. L. MANDAVILLE, Jeweler and Optician.

The company is operating under aState hancing In value rttpldly.Ilomeseekers ----_. TITUSVILLE:: FLA. u
''i and Investors have everything -
the Improvement
charter, receiving from
Sample Blocks ono be seen at the An- -- --
FLA. trustees certain grants of land to gain! by Investigating the great T---l-
for every ten miles of canal completed pOHnibIltles:( ( results on Investmentsin VOOATB office Tlunville. FRUIT and VEGETABLE GROWE1
r I build a al'eclnllaunch hull :20! feet by and accepted. Before more land can be Florida property. The investigation
I
O feet 6 Inches beam, lockers under all obtained lthe entire project mud be fin will\ prove to you that our statement Is Ju. It. :Macneal, Preii. Jan. E.Tate, V. PresTlia It
(ished. This the company U prepared to most conservative.It .
p" teats. Inside finished varnish for $125.: : ilo as speedily as possible.Mr. will, be a pleasure to us to give; you Ship us your Fruit and Vegetables. Highest '''Prices Paid. Quotations t

Write for prices on other work. Miles\ anti party also visited the any furthtir Information you may desire, ''Nr: weekly Our Stencil free to all who write; for it.
lower Indian River and Jupiter-Juno on- and we will\ appreciate very much If you ( dej
r.. We handle Fresh Fish and Game on Commission. We are the largest
411 nal, going through on a launch from will\ kindly pans the information we have { ijrni
Jensen to Palm Ileacb. given you to tour friends. : In the South.

Hodgson Bros. Very respectfully JlIUlRICK &, RAI.EV.: .kt J \ SOUTH GEORGIA PRODUCE CO.. VALDOSTA) t


j r s EAU UALLIE, INDIAN )JUVEJl, FLA. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS HOTEL.The I, 1UUtl1INl"( ) ,1
STREET FAIR AND MERCH-
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C.
Marine golf tournament held by the III-
Railway Y" JOHNSON
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CARNIVAL.
bornla Golf Club, at Hibernia and tile ANT'S ..
e General Merchants and Ship Chandlers MalnolllClub at Magnolia Springs on \lri ./f.1

..Special Facilities.. Thursday, Friday and buturday:: keptour AtTlti .vlll", ]March and and 3rd. >" .r! .. '
rt golf men and women buxy. The weatherwas tpy Groceries and Fresh Meat|
For Hauling\ Out, Storing and Repairing Ideal golf weather and the playing There will be a Grand Free Street Fair t l %i' "!" .
and Merchants' Carnival at Tltusvllle on .
fast The who
Magnolia
wan people won ,
Yachts and
Launches J1'\
1I 7
N victories at Ilibernta were O. D. Seavey Monday aud Tuesday, March 2nd and "
Mention the AnvooATi when writing. anti ))r. Marsh, while Mr. and Mrs William rd. There will bo Fun, Frolic and all bust. ehoapcut ant must durable for roofs of all kinds.
,
---- Hoard made excellent soor"". Saturday kinds of amusement free to all. of all klniU. 1"II..n. miiokeatiu'ka, bridge. Ironwork
''f on the homo links, in modal play Among/ the attractions will be Dana etn. Anyone con apply it. One Coat sob Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Thompson, the world's high diver, whowill Hi-lont. Kitndv-iulxwl fur um. >. Fir ant water tJ
E. I.. Drown first with O. D. :
was
; Soaveysouond ,root. 8l'ii. l.aks.. Uneil all over thin Stale for
} Virginia Homes mid Win. Uoyt, of Green Cove, \ turn a somersault from a tower (Hift. iiaat flfUM-n year Send"' for clrrularn. Nice In Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
third. The tea at the club home drew high Ino a tank of water 4ft. deep.. barrsl..dloenpp.gslionthalf; barrels.. S5ot.;

1 ., all of the guost together, and a merry The Grand Midway. Florida ten and nve Hardware-gallon. pkjp.'Co.,.6.Uakninvllle l cent. Send Knight orders COOO.A. w TL
el r' hour was spent. A Urge. alligator with The Old Plantation Theatre. Wall ('..., Tampa; K..nm>rly' H rilware; Co.
Ton learn all about Virginia Lands. some small ones to keep him company, Lunette the :Mysterious Flying Lady .'.Iatka; McIverJt; Mackav. ""alatUeo. H.fer'
Its rtHimree, priMlucts, mode. of cultivntloit hits been discovered near the suoontl Free Hand Concert dally. nald.,Hanfuril I 8. tI''.Tarts' A: Co., Citcoa, Fla.
0 pil''''''s, et!!? by reading the turning place, and when the golfers reach Sampson, the largest; African Boa Constrictor --- -- ---.- -- Attention
14 Vlruliilit\ Portlier Send lOcts.. that spot\ they are opt to stop and take in the world' ; 27ft. long and Special ) ;
r for il mouth subscription( to the look for his Royal Highness.Dr. illve.
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. VVyetb the eminent New York The Little World, an Interesting Me- WOBMSl f

surgeon, and I his son,Marlon Sims Wyeth, ihanlcal Exhibition 4 ,_. OIVKX TO MAIL ORDERS FORLTardwarc fA
+ band For Stile arrived at Magnolia Springs early last The Hall of Mysteries.The : .
,r week Dr. Wyeth I 18 the author ofWyeth'a Electric Theatre. Tinware Crockery Glass
!System of Surgery, and also of Osco, and his Den of Reptiles; makesils Mon la Quantity. Beat In Qes.btr.WlxxT27'IS ,
i 1 < a 17\,a acres tlrst-class pineapple land the Life of the Confederate General For. home with them, and eats them "
t'' desirable< front, on St. Lucle river, at a rest, with whom ha fought during the tllve. Harness and Stoves.
9 l I bargain. For reasonable terms write Civil War. The Doctor came south for The Esquimaux Village.! Cream !!

++ s W. W. LUCK, a little rest and recreation as he recently The Gl.tns, Palace etc. Vermifuge Cfif Our Stock Is.Complete and We Can Fill Orders pro
TlbbaU, Fla. aiitTernd from a severe attact of the Tltusvllle\ March 2nd and ;3rd. .
i Krlpp, and already fttln the benefit ofIaguolla' -- R.
a4 Filter. tubes aio now for sale at salubrious air. OVEn FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL.ton' Has Led all WORM Remedies.: Jas. Pritchard c So x
t this office IIr ._
price .; postage extra
--- -- --- Rapid Calking; Tools now In use lEVEllY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
PUKNISIIEU COTTAGE FOR RENT by boat owners In the United States. BOLD BY ALL DKUCCISTS. Fostofflce Box 212
I 1 : Reading notice ads. on this page in TUunvllle, alit] rooms. Apply 1*. O. Price ....00) and $'1.00 each at the AD- -IVHSD s" ,

Gf. Ire live cents per line per week. IIOJL :XI, '11 ltu.vltl I ... Flo." VOOATB office, Tltusvllle, Fla. II :JAMES F. BALLARD, ST. LOUtS Titusville: Flori





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