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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: August 21, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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L. QO.( NO. 30 ==-___ =- TITUSVILLE_, FLORIDA_:-FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 1OO3. PRICE. 5e.t .)

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NEWS -Judge D. J,, Ganlden paid DeLanda REMEMBER E. A WAUPELr, Miami -Dr. S. W. Carroll paid a visit to Daytona FREE CADET SCHOLARSHIP. AMONG THE HOTELS.

LOCAL visit on Monday. Is the man to go to. If you want yesterday. 4''

Topics" of General Interest. Judge A. D Penney, of this place: a good Grove Farm., Pineapple Plantation"orVOjletl.blo -Mr. W. II. U. Gleasonof }tall Gallie, Notice Is hereby given that a competitive Where to stop along the East Coast. I

spent a day or so at Fort Pierce the first was In town Wednesday.. examination for the State' Scholarship See Hat of hotels on page 7. t
of the week -Mrs.\ M A. Scrlmjroour linn had the In tho South. Florida Military Col- 1:
ADVOCATE, -Mr. D. I). Prltchard has been spending -
THE boundary. lines on her lots on Washington ,: logo from. Hrovard, county will bo held In Hotel proprietors can read something
-Mr. W. II.
Cresson
In advance. well-known at Sebastian
a day
a
or no
annum, .. of avenue surveyed' preparatory to TUusvlllo at 8IU:: n,., 'Tuesday, wept of Interest on our Ith page
1pppea months orange grower City Point, paid Titus-
; six countries. vllle a visit on Monday.Mr. having a neat fence elected around -Mr. E. I., Brady will soon leave lIt, 1IKW.( The AnvooATn Is on tile every week t .;;
i00 per an. to foreign them. I Hendersonvllle, N. C., for Ashevllle.Tho This scholarship is valued at .200( ) annually at tho American Club, Havana.TheAnvooATK ?,1
you subscribe for the ADVO- W. J. Crayford. of Canaveral a and extends through; a period of
.on
does not cost -Mrs. Myers and 1 daughter, Miss Daisy dance at the Opera house, Tl I Is now on tile at all
the year, It you former merchant. of Tltiisvllle, was In four years. It cover. nil\ expenses of ,
by Included. Williams, Tltusvllle, who have boon tusvllle, Wednesday night, was well at- the best hotels In New York city.
cents per week, postage; town on Tuesday and Wednesday tuition, board, room rent, heat, light,
tended.Mri.. ,
several weeks At Canaveral the
spending! i
t Ie date of expiration printed upon FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENTIn of ;Mr. and Mrs. W. J. laundry' and books. Whore to .stop In Tltusvillef See Tltusvlllo i
wrapper every week. This guests Crawford, -: B, 1', Wall and little son arrived Tho subjects of examination will be
or hotel ad 7th ;
on our
paper South Titusville. Immediate returned home page.
- No need poss on Tuesday. In town Wednesday, to join Conductor
reeipt for your money. United States History, Geography! English ':
ession. Apply at ADVOCATK edict.Mr. >
,to sond receipt for subscription. -:Mrs.' M\ S. Jones, jr., and little son, Wall Grammar and Arithmetic. 1\11.11\11 The Boston branch cities of the EAST

ate elves It to you. -! J. M. Cheney a prominent follower of Quay, who have been visiting Mrs. -l\Ir. John R. Walker Is having a new ,,examinations will be written. COAST Ai>vouAi'K Is at 401 Atlantlo h

EAST COAST ADVOCATK Is ont of lilackstono, hailing from Or. Joseph .I'. Brown, Titusville, for a while, stable built for his horses, on his property Applicants l must be over I\lxteonyenl'll avenue illVisitors

" B the following news-stands, at rive lando, spent a couple of days' at the Sem- : left, Tuesday; for the Seaside Inn, at : In North Titusville. of ago! and of good moral character The i to Jacksonville\ are advised. to i' '
t bler this week. Uoodall where will remain weekor applicant standing first In the eXlmlOl"tI"1 '
per copy : cottage they a -Miss Annie Jones left here, yesterday stop at those hotel whose ads. are on

vl1leII, K: Wilson A Son. -Attorney C. C. Chillingwnrth, one so. for tho Seaside Inn, G ooI all, to enjoy 'will be entitled, to the. appointment, our "tli page.Notwithstanding.
and the standing second will bo
one
oy iksonvillo--Duval hotel.1Vindsor hotel.. of West Palm Bench's bright and popular -Mrs.I A, D Penney! "and daughter: the surf-bathing, etc. to the appointment as alternate.The entitletl \ tho fact that this lathe I

y followers of Rlackstone, was among Miss Lollio, have been enjoying a visit, "I1I1I101on. hotels, Windsor Duval ,
Orlvot News stand. -Mr. D. W. Monroe left for Lake City, South KloiUU Military College.. ,
>, News stand I, Union depot the welcome. visitors to Tltusville on this week, with Mrs.\ Penuey's! mothei', yesterday! but will join Ids wife at the located Bartow, I Fla., one of the most and Westmorland are doing/ a very nice 1 t

anti, Beach-Hotel Continental. Tuesday.Mr They Mrs. retained W N.' Ileudry to Titusville, of Fort on Wednesday Pierce.- Clarendon Inn, Hoabioe/.e, on Saturday. !healthy!. towns I in the State of Florida! bus!IIOSH. i

--- -! Goo. F. Paddlson, wife and two afternoon.Mr. DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell. Hut College/ Is heated throughout It.v Mr. J.I C. Cnlleim, of New Orleans I IR ._ la
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I children of E.iu. Gallle, came up to Tltim- Miami If want to buy Improvedor steam and lighted by electricity. and) enjoying a visit with his Im.thorl\fr.
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Reading notice ads. are ten cents ville, Sunday, and stayed, over until Mon- \ George F, Miles, president and unimproved you lands. Prices to unit many valuable additions, to labratory Frank Cullonn, one of the popular managers

noon this page day afternoon with Mr. mid Mrs. Ueo. general manager: of the F. O. I.. C. & T. parties. equipments' In physics, chemistry and of Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville f .

Hr rV, 11, Robinson of Eldied, tins M. Robbins.Mr.: Co., who has been spending a few weeks gall engineering, as well as to Its library, itie
U visit to friends' Jackson, Oa. or so in St.' Augustine, attending to thecompany' -Miss Mable Hchuylcr, who has been being made, owing to tho liberality of The !Smublor Cottage/ Tltusvllle, ha v, ft
ft and Mis.Vm.. !II. McFarland '
>> business has returned' to the guest of Miss Annie Jones, In Titusvillo tho last legislature. boon doing quite a flourishing business '
urn, to Mr and Mrs. P. L. Kyzer of Titusville, 'who are with Forep.iugh's Pomfrec Center, Conn., to spend the during the past two weeks, returned Committee on Examination : Suptt R. this summer During\ the 1 past week It 4

[ran, on Monday August 17th a fine & :Sells' Bros. Circus, will be at 'olnm-: balance of the summer with Mrs. Miles.Mr. to her home In Jensen, yesterday.If E.: Minis, J. M. Dixon and John Honrj. has been quite u rvndestvoiia for Dadn ''
daughter bus, Indiana, today, Friday ; and in For further Information regarding the county lawyers and others.
week. ]\ II Paxton of Is Intend going, to New York
Kentucky, next Dupont, a you ;
waits to II. P. President '
appointment
Maya
r, Julius Kllno left Sunday, for guest of the Sembler Cottage, at this this summer, do not fall to get your reservations Seabreeze and Goodall are quite lively
another stock of -Mr. J. T,. Mobley left Tltiisville last of the South/: Florida Military College and the Clarendon Inn and Seaside
big I.lun of now,
f York, to buy place lie is looking for I for the winter season. Saturday:' for Jacksonville, from where open a meicuntile stoic' Mr. Paxton the agent, C. II. Walton, Tltnsvllle. Bartow, Fla. I Inn are being well patronlaud;. Between a '
he will go to Atlanta to spend ten days, surf-bathing. dancing riding, driving ,
came here on Monday, suffering from a ,
and visitors "
nd Titusville residents thence whore he will -Little Mis.* Helen Boys re'urned to '
to '
Birmingham, remain bicycling and fishing, everybody I II have f
but !
where the bad cold and fever, he Is much improved A WEDDING.Mr. .
.ontlnnally wondering two months Tltusville her home, at Dellesplne Grant, yesterday
returning in health to-day and will soon! ing au enjoyable time. Do nut fall to ,:
jltoes have gone this summer.' about November 1st. be after having spent the past week visit tho above popular seaside", yxtorts. i ,
around usual "I'
MIAMI reai estate as very pleasantly with little Helen Wilson.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Untuning, a .
WADDELL, -Archdeacon B. F. Brown and wife --'-- ,\\
-Mrs. C. C. Poet, a prominent resident newly-mairled couple, were In town onhatiuday. "
ler has some choice bit of realto T Blake Walker of Jacksonville I
,
left here last for Jacksonville -
Saturday
and property owner of Seabreeze, ; The groom-who was a form Hotel Wunte at Iran: Oallle, Fliw f ,11;
for sale. Call upon him. where they boarded the Clyde steamer who arrived in town, Sunday, to t 'n
Fla Is now enjoying; a visit to her husband er resident of Tltiisvlllo now namler- -----

[r. Percy Q. Walton hue been In. Ashland Arapaboe N for y New Archdeacon York, en and route Mrs.to Col. Post, who Is staying at Essex, join on a his short wifo visit, left with, yesterday Mr and, for Mrs.Miami F. T., ed among the worthy oltlxens of W.,..t Having lost one hotel by lire, splendid "J

I M manager of the East Const N. C. The Colonel's genial: countenance Palm Beach, and I was marrlud Bartow opportunity I I" ottered for building a I I '
'r& Supply Co.'s branch at Titus- Brown will remain north about two has been much missed at Seabreeze this Uiulge. last Friday, to Mitm Rnssle Thomason. avery moderate sized hotel. Inducement offered ," I 1'..

months ot so. summer. Hath he and bin wife have Master WorTard Cone, who has been blight, winsome and popular young to right party. Location unsur ,

IM Marie I Deltenre, of Tltusvllle, -Capt. C. F. Fischer, one of Titus- many friends and well-wishers along the visiting his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. lady I The nuptunl knot was tied at the passed. U. F. PADDIMON, l!fr:

turned home after a delightful: vII Ie's progressive: citizens, has been quite East Coast. Monroe, of South Tltusvllle, for several home of the bride's, parents, Dr. and :Jiang Mayor. 'I ; ,
weeks left for his home at White Springs :
Mrs. 1>. A. ThomaNon select number
busy of late, cleaning up his lots on a t
Bodes
t ith her lends i the Hisses -Mr. John C. Jones, of Orlando, candidate yesterday.IF \ "' '
bourne Julia street, and planting some fine varieties for the office of State Attorneylor I of relative and friends being present. Hiilpliur SprlngH for Hale. t ,:I, "
I of grapefruit. Captain Fischer YOU WANT AN UP-TO-DATE While In TltiisvlllH, the happy pair _ r j
Judicial
the Seventh Circuit
tit John t;, Jones' and baby, who takes a pride In keeping his lots and Tues-wan a Typewriter, place your miler'withi W I were the /guests of the groom's cousin, JI': 1;a'a'j'
of the Hembler The famous
>eon spending a couple of weeks or sidewalk neat and I clean. guest Cottage on S.: Urnnnlog, TUusvllUi, Fla., sole' Mr. and Mrs. L C. llraiinlnir. They I Avon Sulphur Springs located I
f fh h Mr. and Mrs.[ E. VV. Hall, left day and Wednesday, having, arrived agent for the Oliver Visible Typewriterfor left for their home at Went palm Beaoii. at Avon, Livingston I ; county N. Y. .... \
E0 h, ir borne at Klonklke on Sunday.: Judge A. E. I Heyser! of Miami, was town to argue a law case before Judge\ ; Jlrevard county on Saturday afternoon Congratulations. About one hundred acres of IlulIllnclllll- t (
a guest of the Humbler Cottage on Tuesday M.S, Jones. Mr. Jones accompanied to Mr. and Mrs. Braunlng. lug about twenty acre of beautiful park, f ,
E0rJo' TS, hFRPLUS STOCK AT SAC- having come to Breviird's county b) his brother, Mr. J. II. Jones, another -Supt. of Public Instruction K. K.: live spring of sulphur water and a first-

e, Send for special I list just Issued town to attend to some law matters. well-known lawyer.Dr. Minis in In town to day, for the purpose class ,half mile race track. Theseaprings

\ugiiHt) September and October, The Judge: does not visit Titusville very Cocoa's well-known of examining candidates for a free schol "BILL ARP" DYING.A produce' the finest sulphur water known. '1" t
Daniel ,
I, T.
a A L, Hatch, Rockledge, Fla. often, but his old Friends. are always dentist- to Tltusvllle,I Tuesday, ui'shlp from Brevard county to DeKiiulaksprings For further particular address, ri ,
cnme
np
'u letter fioni' Captain J. O. Walton, pleased to give him the right baud of to meet his wife and family, who were Fla. telegram from CartersylUe, Oa., O. S* ClIAPI'OTIN, ''l" I IA t '

n I, says orders for the SelfLockingBlocks ; fellowship when he does put in an ap returning home from month's visit -Miss Jeannette Wilson, one of Tl- nays that Major C, II. Smith, the well- tf M:I Exchange: St., Rochester, N. Y. 1, : I f

are coming in so rapidlye pearance. with relatives In Georgia.: They all tusviile's popular and charming young known and popular. writer, who Is. known it", I (\t"

company can hardly supply the FURNITURE SOLD DIKEI'T: TO COV- looked remarkably well after their trip, ladles: went down to I ludlxnola yesterday to the !general )public as "1111I Arpn In BITTEN BYA SHARK AT VERO

'.1!, earners at wholesale prices for cash. but Mrs. Da1lelllahl she found the weather to visit the family of Mr. J. R. Field lying at the point of death. Ills physician I'f ':

long; the prominent Miami law- We issue separate folders for each kind very warm In Georgia. :She missed for a week or ten days.Mrs. Dr Smith, a son of Major Smith, While bathing/ In the ocean at Bethel 1 1\
of furniture carried In stock. Write for the cool, Indian River breezes. 1 K. T. Budge baby and Stella says there U no probable chance for recovery .
N1
town Monday and Tuesday, were: ; : and the ell.111t House of Refuge, last Friday afternoon I: !
> Erwln. Patterson. and Seymour, I a folder of the kind of goods you wish, -Dr. and ]Mrs.\ F. II. Hougbton, who and Dorothy Budge, of Miami, who have momentarily ex \Herman \HovoUrud wa bitten 'J ',j > '

ad lome cases In Chambers beforeM. name price limit, and we will do the have been at West Palm Beach for a boon on a pleasant visit of several weoka pected.Dr. Ralph K... Smith who In of theADVOOA'l. In the left arm by a shark. The arm f

JCa S Jones rest. Chadwlck-Swalm Furniture Com- a couple of years or so, boarded their with Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Prltchard, returned ....'.. valued) subscribes', one reside won nearly severed' both above and be. ,"', i
,
pany, IS: 17-10-21 1 ant 23: West Forsytl. house-boat, Dentos, Monday, en routeto homo yesterday. low the elbow, four severe wound being f' I I'j "
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J. 11 1', I Dye, a well-known reai- Street, Jacksonville, "Florida. Refer- where they Intend to make oil Fomylh street, Jacksonville. 1111111.I* Inflicted.! 4 +
Daytona.
M Lake Worth In of Jacksonville -Mlmil was well represented in 1'1. very favorably known to residents I
spent Sunday National Bank many
ence, and wife ''
headquarters. Dr. Houghton; The boy wn Immediately brought toV 11
tusvllle this week followers Hid
"lie, He had by prominent along; East Coast.
n not visited our town atig28Mr.
by permission will stop at several points along Indian of Blaukstone. Brevard's >ro, and medical aid summoned. IIr.r. .

'ral years, and I was much pleased C. II. Walton, editor and proprietor River to see their friends, and they will town is always ready to offer the county glad --- .. A, Peek arrived shortly after midnight t ,:

ilka improved and shade appearance of Mr.our roads Dye's, of this paper, will leave tomorrow probably reach Titusville to-day (Friday) hand to Its sinter town In Dado, where PrlOF. CORY WILL RE-BUILD. and dressnd the arm, hoping to I ,
trees.
lie friend, were pleased to see him (Saturday) for Jacksonville, and at and I remain haste for a few hours. Theyare so many former TltusvlllUns DOW reside. save It, but found necessary to amputate t

llanl'g once board the staunch Clyde steamer, having a very enjoyable trip. The Cory bazaar and blldiug at Palm It Sunday night Herman stood the y
county town. Colonel W. It. Anno, a prominent well and I III y
York. From New operation now netting; along
Comanche for New
the leach
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president destroyed the time tho lirvak- I
D, luhn C. Jones spent Mondaycity York Mr. Walton will go: to Boston and Fort Dallas Bank, Miami, has been have Miami lawyer wait among Ilcmdl'Y'snorthboun.1 tare WAN burned, will be ro-biillt. An nicely, III* many friend sympathizewith
in legal business. By-the- the White Mountains, N. II. While his passengers, en route to 1,1th- him In his. great misfortune, and I
Tltuiu been
Jld the sidewalk In front of announcement to this effect has
I ing; la Springs, I O-t., to join hU wlf lie everything I ii done for him that i"
Jones will } being
U In the for State
plr. race north Mr. Walton's headquarters of all made
vllle residence and lots cleared by Prof C:. B, Cory, of Bimton, to
and bled himself
.J ,>'t the Seventh Judicial Clr- Broadway got tired "haahlngf! It, loving hand can do. p';
be Hotel Marlborough, Iniprovent. his "
at weeds and grass, which Is a great agent, Mr. Wm Helm, who has just
the
oil .
od to .Spilngs.Mr. ,
his friends and 13IJ: St. Botolph street, - -- -
predict an easy New York; Mr. A. 1. Sombler nan done retn nod from the north, where the matter

for him to the office. Ills brllli"i Huntlngton; avenue, Boston, the home likewise. ; and now we want every tenantIn and Mrs. E. AI.! Hotmail, who was derided on. (Plan will bo drawn MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE.

the ''.Mt. time is well remember- of his blotter, Capt. J. O. Walton, treasurer town to follow suit, so that ladles can spent last winter In Tltusvllle, are now for the new structure some time next ,

, t'l'I left him myriads of friends of the Walton belf-I..ockng: Block walk on the sidewalks without treading: at Battery Park hotel, Ashevtlle, N. C., week.-Tropical Sun:' -
bout the Circuit, who insist! hello Company Mr. Walton will be away a upon wet weeds and grass.; Nothinglike where they say they are enjoying themselves ---- Mr*. I. C. Ilrannlng met with a very I mina

-: como before them.Sanford month or two, and during his absence neatness to attract strangers to 1tow" a Immensely They speak In high painful accident on Saturday last. Mr. 1
ar tie the ADVOCATE: will be In charge of Mr. terms of JUttvry Park hotel and the QUAY ALL RIGHT. manning recently, bought a colt and
Wilson assisted by Mr. A. M. light road cart, and on Saturday afternoon
ITP.RE, A. K. management
SOLD I DIRECT TO CON- -Civil Engineer: C. S. Noble, of Mont- took his wife out for a drlva. The /
tn at wholesale prices for cash. Rogers.; chair FU., who has been with the Eau -Ills* Florence Colmar, of Savannah, Replying to a telephone call from Long colt I III not quite broken, and. became '

hue separate folders for each kind -Judge Minor H. Jones has been In Gallle-Lake Washington survey party, who has been a guest' of Dr. and Mrs. E. Island, a summer resort where lie listsbeen. rather frl..kIo. much so, that Mr. Hrannlng -

I'nliure' 'carried In stock. Write the city several days, a guest at the Wil left here, Wednesday morning, to join E. Rollins during the past five weeks, spending a while, accompanied by : thought It bet for Ills wife to lr
his wife It b I announced that
the
blue, ..f the kind of goods you ton. He came over from Titusville to the camp at Sanford from which place says she will soon leave for Green Cove rumor, alight on terra flrma a* quickly n* po-

.name price limit, and we will do try the Habeas Corpus case of Crawford the engineers will\ make a survey up the Springs: on a visit to relatives. Mrs. that Senator Matthew Quay, of Heaver, sable. She did to, but In making no
1'a. and Ht. Lucie Fin. dead
!Ii'Et: ".t 'hadwick-SwBim Furniture Bass, who Is held In Kisalmraee! for the Mt. Johns Riveras far a* Lake Washington Rollins will, probably, accompany her' was was quick n descent from the cart, unfortunately s

'aDY I 1\.17.1H21and23: West For- murder of Arch Raulerson. Owing to and Eau Oallle. Capt. Bird and sister to the SprlngH.: : Miss Colmar Is MO without foundation fell upon her right arm, causing. t

Street .lacknodvllle, Florida. the fact that one of the most important party have just completed the survey. afar delighted with Titusville and the pleas a severe and painful sprain. )Dr. Itollln I

"ice National Bank of Jackson"J witnesses for the State Is hiding out and as fort Pierce and Fort IJrum.1 r. ant summer we are having, that she 'find CHURCH NOTICES. wa soon In attendance, and Mr. Bran- ;

permiHNion., aug-28 the Sheriff: after him, the j judgment: of Noble will soon be compelled to retire It hard to tear herself away. fling ha had her arm In sling all the i;

Mille the dentist has been en- the court Is withheld till he ran be found. from the party, as he Is ordered to be In FUKMTUKK hOM DIRF.CT TO CONsumers week. (Fortunate It wa for !Mr. Bran- d
It the people along, the river atresur While here Judge Jones partially dissolved camp with the !State troops. on the 4th of at wholenate prices for cash. Service' In the Catholic church) Tltus wing/ that ahe did not break her arm.
against the Sanford & vllle, next Sunday, the :li.'lrd: at I 0 a. m.
the Injunction September. -- ------
hotel, Jensen, for the past them We issue.. separate folder for each kind
Is, 'ekt >nbl.. inimitable way. He St. Petersburg railroad, allowing; of furniture carried In stock. Write' There will be preaching In the Methodist Land For Hale. t f
E.
8, L.
the outton as. it were, while you to run Into Sanford over the ) but Unrdiier'a Flyers for a folder of the kind of goods you church Cocoa, next Sunday, at 11 .
.(Ymnastlcs.! Some of us he has R. R., from the Junction near Paola, wish, name price limit and we will do a. in. and 7:10::( I>. m. All are cordially -
the old track, 12.IKM' ) ) acre of the Hanson Grant '
: with< forbidding their taking up the Chadwlck-Swaim, Furniture Invited to attend. {
IR gold, in other cases he has rest. t
? Lake and fronting St. Lucle "lover, with Florid
; 'ei> woes, while the "old-uns." from said crossing via Sylvan disposed Another lot toilet soap\ 3 cakes lOc. Company, 15-17-IV-21 and 2:1: West Foryth Kant Coast Railroad running through It.
were
Mat tbt1 Monroe.\ Many other matters value 25 cent .. Jacksonville )Florida.Inference .
upon good Street ,
keeping up with The Judge will Glass dippers, ; Are You Oolnjf North'F A choice property
;>? bay been provided with new of In chambers.second Monday of Coffee mills '1.00 value, .0 tehU. National Bank of Jackson C., BUCK WAX) ter

it itra apPBratuII It's the only exclteD be In Sanford on the of Tablets paper, Ink, pencils, slates. ville, by permission. au- It: Jacksonville, Fla. .
for the accommodation net ticket over the Clyde fine
-'eoKen way; but It's great. every month Crayon, chalk, School; Supplies. -- --- your ,
Chronicle. Jacksonville to New York.
litigants.Sanford::; Japanese favors, for card parties, etc. YACHT RACE. from '
THE
CIf".. II. WALTON) Agent, For a Winter In Hiinny Florida. '4
C. A. GAJIDSEK. Tltusvllle. Kla. -
Pineapple Slips. TUasTllIn, Fla. ,t
Wagon for Hale. The International yacht race betweenthe
Shamrock and Kellanc started yes A party of six to eight adult wishing ly' ,
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