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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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7. NO. 10. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 1OO-A. PRICE Go. t



LOCAL NEWS -Mr. O. A. Carllle wlI Yore on Mon -Mrs. J N. Feaster has ben down at THE TAYLOR LECTURES ON IJrcvnrtl County Lands For Sale AMONG THE HOTELS. }:;:,
day for visit of monU "with relatives Jensen '
a a spending the holidays with her ,_ V
and friends at Miami. m daughter. AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP.

t\nd Topics! of General Interest. Robblslj has been at East )?!i of Southeast }{, Section 13. Tile AnvooATR Is on file every weeklj
Goo. M.
-Mr. -Mr. Coo W Scobie down from
Miami this week, attending to law matters Norfolk VR., to spend the came holidays with Rev. E. O. Taylor D. D., of Boston, Township Fine M! South, Range land 40 East; tlO( at the American Club, Havana. '.,, {
acres. pineapple near '
has been secured .short notice to give very
THE ADVOCATE, to his family In Titusvlllo.Mr. \ four lecture on on the above .ubjl'tOt'ln: Ankona Station on Indian lilvor. Price, Where to stop along; the East Coast.' ", 1 f

$1.50 per annum, In advance. CHICKEN EGGS.-Rho< f.Inland; Reds, J. 1' Wilson and wife left on Tltusyllle, beginning; this Friday night, $2,500.: See list Of hotels on plO 7. >, .

1.00 six months, .. winter layers; $:l.OO per et !ing. J. T. Wednesday, In the yacht outing, for Day- Jan. 1. By some miscarriage of correspondence Merritt's Island, near Courtenay, for The ADVOCATE Is now- on file at all 4

2.00 per an. to foreign; countries. Feaster, Titusville FlaJ tona. They will be gonG two weeks he arrived yesterday only to merly known as the Geiger Place1O7j. ; () i$ the host hotels In-New York city. I

j When subscribe for the ADVO-0 find that no arrangements had been acres Fine pineapple, orange and vog-
you W. Gerow t Deling -Mr. Blake Walker of Jacksonville Manager S. II. Peck, of Hotel Plaza, \
-1\lr E.
the It does repre- made for his lectures here. Ho has been etable land. Price, $0\0.Morrltt' /
UATK by year not cost you sentatlve of the Standard Co., was In joined his wife at the home of Capt. andMrs. of Island lilt! acres, long fronton RockUidgo WAS In Tltusvllle on Wednesday yl',
three cents per week, postage Inoluded. encouraged, however by leading men '
town Monday.Rev. il Jas. Prltchard, to spend Christmas.Capt. the town to remain over Sunday and Indian River, and Including oyster lie expects a big: rush of tourists
\ : .8T COAST ADVOOATS la on this winter.
shale at. ; the following news-stands, at five J. O'Boyle, ot. ., was. Geo. J. Mercler, who Is now give his lectures. permits granted by Brevard County
.cents : In town Monday and : shaking In the Insurance instead of the steamboat Dr. Taylor Is a specialist on the Helen Good laud for vegetables and some good If you want n nice piece of property

' Tltusvllle per copy-Red Cross Pharmacy. hands with his many Tueil\y\ business, was In town Tuesday. 0 tide aspect of the Alcohol question, up- orange land. A line oyster location. cheap, read the ad. of the Sarno proper' u
I' on which he has both\ national. and international Price $400.Town ty on our 7th fI1 ge. It will be sold at a
i
, Jacksonville-Duval hotel. from -]Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell and .
-Mr; Fred A. distinction as a lecturer and Of Tltusvlllo lot 3, of East subdivision rare bargain.
Windsor hotel Jacksonville to spend a oSple of days family, of Indlanola, have been In town text book author.. It will bo the \ of old block 4. A fairly good
Orlrot News stand.A or so with his family, and to attend the this week, spending the holidays with of a lifetime to most of us to oppor.tnnity hear houBe. Price, $:.! O.\ Remember, whoa you arrive In ..Tooksonvlllo 4' I

I HAPPY NEW YEAR to every Masonic banquet. Mr. and Mis. W. S. Norwood. the. nluohol question dluevmsoil by *o Town of Tltusvllle, lot :,1, block A, stop at the hotels advertised on 1

:l -MrIt., \ P. Puddlson, jr., of Fort STORE TO I.ET-In the Am-ocATK competent a man. Colemua'v Addition. Large lot fronting); 7ih Westmoreland page of this and paper Everett:-Windsor, Duval 1''

bodyThis office Las entertained Pierce, was In town part of Momlay andTuesday Building Tttusvllle Fla., suitablefor The lectures will all be. free, except on two streets, good: location near cAnter

{number of callers this we k. quite a and gave us a pleasant call. any kind of bIlRln ".-Apply to collection and will\ be given In the IUp- of town. Good 8 room cottage Price, >Ir. Jt. )<'. Dwyor, of Brooklyn, N, Y., t v

( Lie came up to attend the banmict.Miss C. II Walton, AJ>,vooA'rl office. tlst church as follows: Friday night: $700.( owner of )Hotel Indian River, Rooklcdgfl: II
1 -Mr Gordon Abbot, of Boston, arrived Jan. I. "Microben and :Men, or the Ubom- Town of Tttusvlllo, fine corner lot In ban. arrived at the above resort for the 'f}
I here, Monday, en route to Canaveral -- Lilly Sanders one ();ou'oa's; popular -Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Woodward andMiss Istry of Alcohol;" (Saturday, Jan. :.Illun.; : business section of town. Price, $500. anoii. Ho Is accompanied by his two
Club to do duck young ladles, returned 1 home on ]\ \ Ruth, of) DeLand, spent the holidays and Town of Tltusvlllo, t U residence lots .111
some shooting.; day, Jan. 3, at 3:00: ) p\ m. 7:00: p. m. charming daughters.
Wednesday, after enjnynghfew days' with .Ir. and Mrs. Goo. W. Sooblo: Subjects will be given; at lectures. Sun went of railroad. Price', $ t0 each
-Miss Bessie Grlsard, of Winchester, visit with Mrs. E. W. Hall, of Titusville. of Tltusvllle.Mr. morning; he will preach In the Moth- South Luke :3 I miles, west of TltUHvllle In answer to a\verallnqlllriell respect
Tenn., Is expected In town to-day, on -: and Mrs W. N. ITendry, of Fort flay,Ddist church. 40 acres, fronting oa lake, part hammock 'Ing Itookledge hotels, we may lay that
-Messrs. W. II. McFJarljand{ and (H.
her to Melbourne to teach school. Hotel Plaza and the New Rookledge ,
way Pierce, spent' the Christmas holidayswith Let the peoplo of and part pine. Fine lund for oranges, !
Intelligent thinking
G. Cross after pending a.. few In ,
days
<; _Mr. Jas. Paine, a prominent residentof town, left, for their Bt the Haul- Judge and Mrs. A. D. Penny, TltuHville. Tltusvllle turn out to hear this man. vegetables: and pineapple. Price, $:.I"fJ), hotel are both open, and their new ad...
catpn will be found the 7th of this
St. Lucie, has been in town this week, over yesterday. They hftvb been'hiivlng They returned on Sunday South Lake, :2j miles west of Titus page paper.

enjoying a visit with Judge and Mrs. good, sport with ducks. -Mr. C. E. Long salesman for J. vlllo. Part fine hammock, balance line, As will be seen by the .... on our 7th
D.XON.
M. 1 S.: Jones. R. Walker A Co., Titusville, loft; for his MARRIAGE OF DR' high, dry, plue land, with beautiful view page, the New Rooklodge/ hotel, Rock-,
Messrs. Alexander Cochrane and of lake. Goad! orange, vegetable anti ledge, Is now for the winter season,
-Mr; P. S. Titus and family, who son and Mr. Loringrof: ] lost'on' also Mr.J. home at Lake City, on Saturday last to I pineapple land. 1(10( ( aores. Price, $HOO( open '
; visit his aged mother He will On Sunday mornlllj1a;\ t. at 8:30: under the able management/ of Mr. II.
have been.residing In Tltusvllle for the U. M. Atkinson and Cat. C. llaskell, probably Section Township 27 South, Range fall
to
return tomorrow o'clock. Dr. John M. )Dixon I of Tltusvllle, R. Shares, as heretofore. Do not
,past two months, left for Jacksonville of Atlanta, Oa., arrive In Titusville on SaturdayMalabar 37 East 42t 'I\cro", fronting on Indian
' was joined h I.Wednesday. Tuesday, en route to :anaveralJlub- Items come to hand too late lie V. Blgelow/ of Jacksonville.: The River and horse Creek, UL miles north Is a beauty spot on Indian River.
-Attorney C. T. McCarty and wife, housu at Chester Shoals t for this Issue. Items should arrive at weddlrg took place at the residence of of Kau Gallle. Splendid high/ land, fine t

I of Eldred, were In town Monday, having Marshal Van Worlo liAho father of this office not later than Wednesday af the bride, 5252: : Forsyth street, Jackson huge quarry of Coquina rock: high, dry Tho Peacock Inn, Cocoanut splendidChristmas Grove
Its view of
: Borne up to attend the banquet. Mr. a bouncing baby boy, weighing 12lb: ternoon to give our printers time to put vlllo, members of the family and several and healthy.. Fine orange; and pineappleland. gave guests tree which a was placed a In tbd !
I address them Into type, I the Splendid: residence site Price,
UcCarty's short at the banquet relatives being nuptial
It Cbristrmt present land '
, came as a present at 2::'M) ample dining room. The tree was mont '
was much appreciated by those present. a. m. on Sunday. Mr. W >rl,y now wears -Mr. J. A. McDonald, of Monroe's I knot was tied by Rev Mr. Poage of the $1.HIO( resplendent with lights and trimming 1
Georgians on Merrltts Island 10 acres
. a happy smile. Mothe and child are turpentine farm, south of Tituvvllle, I McIntyre Memorial church. After ; that he
Messrs. W.. M. Brown and E. L. Brady, extending across the Island from Indian and gave each guest a feeling
who has been on a visit to Ids old homeIn hearty congratulation, Dr. Dixon re-
t>f this place, left for Miami on Sunday, getting along nicely. : River to Banana River good pineapple, was at home and In the hand of friends.
Carthage/ N. C., returned here yesterday turned to Tltusvllle, and Mrs. Dixon, ;
look after their Snolder and the
Interests the
Vo latter Messrs. son,
-Among the finest Ch litmus presents or vegetable land. 7-room house managers
much pleased with his trip. who was unable to leave home owing; to orange
returning here on Tuesday morning, to this season, was the gif to Miss Laura the illness of her 13-year-old daughter In guoJcondition, small barn. I'rlce'160. are doing everything they can to pleaao l

'Superintend the' further shipments- of his Penney. nf a- nice ... e, ... Mr. I -Mr.* and Mrs. F. J. Simmons, prominent will arrlvo here In about two weeks, andthey Also 10 acres, known an lot 1, of Ar- their guests 'v

oranges.Mr. John Ii Walker. pIt w'n it present from residents of Detroit Mich., were ; housekeeping la the Doc- hells, fronting both Indian and tit. Lucia The following newspaper refers to Mr.
I Judge and Mrs. id MlH Laura among yesterday's passengers/ on their residence Rivers and railroad, high "i
J. Sondergaard, a prominent res- Penney tor's on Julia street. near postoflloe II. W. Legg, the new lessee. and manager I
ident of Perth Am boy, N. J., Is spending has been dally indulging n pony rides. way to Koekledge for the season. They The groqm la one of Tltu vllle'-. best and healthy, beautiful location. Fine of hotel Indian River, Rookledge: '

the holidays with Captain and Mrs. P. DON'T FAIL TO SEE u. A. Waddell are quite society leaders every winter. citizens, and has a host of friends all ovur ooltatco, splendid ;iiloeupplo land. I'llco, which opens some time this month:

Nelson, of South Tltusvllle, Mr. Bonder- Miami, If you want t( buy Impl'Ovedor -Express Agent G. G. Howard did this county, who will bo pleased to $3fl)0.() "Herman L, Lopg, who has run the .J.
guard came sooth with a bad attack of unimproved lands] Prices! to suit over KM per cent more business at the. wish him every possible joy and success; Terms will be made reasonable to reliable -, Laurel house, Haines Falls, the post two l ,
rheumatism, but the Florida sun will all parties Tltusvllln office In December of this year, while the bl'lde-wlll has resided In urchllller.. Apply to seasons has tensed for seven years Hotel
noon knock it out of him. o than he did In the same month of last Jacksonville nearly all her life. -Is a I). I.. UAUtnKN, Indian River, Rocklodge: Fin., and will ,J

Owing to his wife' Illness, Sheriff year. Evidently business Is Improving great favorite among tbe "solid" peopleof Or, 'I'ItusvllleFlit. open the house, for winter boarders In ,
-Dr. ITarwood Huntington, of New Joseph P. Brown has 'men unable to In this.section of Brevard county. Duval county. Wu. A. WARNOCK: Jamaica Y. January. Wludbain Journal,"
York whose winter home
at Lyratta visit various parts of th county as often In joining 1>1', and Mrs. Dlxoti's many
was recently burned to tbe ground; -aa as usual; but he still kj ape a look out REMEMBER: E. A, WADDELL, MIami well-wUhers for their future happiness 0 Our Melbourne correspondent navst

reported in the ADVOCATE expects to for bad characters thro i'll|( his deputies.As Is the man to go to. If you wanta and prosperity, the AOVO" TIC wisher. I MIRACULOUS ESCAPE FROM At midnight Sunday/ the alarm of tire
eave for Indian River tho first week In soon as his wife. a 1 10 Is under the /good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or them si "Happy New Year," and manyof 0i i awoke our people, and soon nearly everyman
February" accompanied by his father and care of Dr. W. L. Jut lott, of Cocoa, Vegetable Farm. them. DEATH nod many of the women wele on r

dater Dr. Huntington\ writes us that Its has recovered her healilj Sheriff Brown _Mills Florence Colmar, professional the blull to help try to save lives and j 'I

very wintery in New York, and that will bo continually on tl move, ns here. nurse, who ,visited her sister, Mrs. E. RED CROSS PHARMACY. On Christmas morning, at La Orange, property The fire started In the North
he
steamships are comingTnto port look. tofore. Mrs. Rrown's friends lionter cottage, occupied by Dr. Veaoh
111 oy hope E. Rollins, Tltusvllle, several months near Tltusvllle, a very narrow escape|
,ng like floating Ice mountains for her rapid recovel'Y.Attorney during/ the summer, arrived In Tltusvllle from death occurred when John Carllle, and family. The cause of the fire Is not 4''

:IP YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY W. W. Er in, of the law Tuesday nlpht: ,from Green Cove Springs, The above drug; store Is now located' aged 'M, was shot by bin younger brother, known. Soon the Mouth Boater house
In the big corner store In.tbe ADVOCATE also la flames then the handsomedylowlld ,
along the East Coast 1'om, by accident. Following are the. was ;
Improved or unimproved firm of Uraham, PMt0011 & Erwin of and stopped over until Wednesday utter- / '
,
blook. It a line house then Hotel Carleton
send full presents very appearancen : Tom shooting at a tin ; ; i
particulars was
description price noon, with Mrs. Hollins when she de-
Miami ,
was In town (: Monday morning '
the evenings when lighted with jIncand"cent hour time these four
and I ; with :38! revolver from In about two buildings -
No
term charge unless effecta legal matters fore Judge M. parted for West Palm Beach, where sue can, a an upstairs
upon lights. This store will window and his brother John sit were a mass of rulnn. But for the
sale. C. Buokman, Jacksonville Fla.. will practice this winter. was
S. Jones. I
Mr. Erwin
It the afternoon
same carry a fine II no of up todatedrugs, eto., ting/ beside him with his feet propped up lerolo efforts of our town's people, the r
Messrs. S. T. Gurptn and G., B. Em- for Gadsden, Ia., to assist in -Mr. a'nd Mrs. C. L. Bergs: and son so there will be no need of sending away and reclining; backward. Tom, lifter tulldlngs along the Hirer front would v t

rson, of Brooklyn, N, Y., arrived in TI- taking the deposition f ;Colonel J. II. and daughter, of Shady-Hide Farm, Adel- for' what you want. This Is one. of the shooting at the. can, carelessly, threw the now be In ruins, as the wind carried the 'g
usvllle on Thursday, and stopped at the Tanner, a witness In some postoflloe pbliv, N. .T. who recently rented Mr. finest drug stores on the East Coast and pistol around and In so doing, It fired; Ire Southward. The Carleton and Idylo- d
iembler cottage. They are touring; the oases, that will proba Income; up for a John K. Walker's{ house In North TItnsvllle tbe proprietors, Messrs. Morgan & Bran- the bullet entering John's body about wild had a small insurance. Mr and

tate1, and left on Saturday afternoon for hearing; at Washington DJC.! are expected In Tltimvllle today ninff; and the manager. Dr. Blnkewood. three Inchen below the umbilicus, and Mrs. Robertson have already secured I

'''tockledge; and other points south, en -Do not fall to rei the advt. about (Friday) or tomorrow. They left New naturally feel quite proud of their new ranging upward U struck the abdominal some buildings, and will be ready to en

cute to Nassau, N. P., after which they : the greatest fountain on in existence, York Tuesday, on board tbe Clyde and elegant quarters. uncles, damaging them considerable, or tain guests at their now quarters on
vlll make a tour of the West Coast of on our 2nd page. ThI Is the pen that steamer, Comanche. Mr. Merge Is one The old drugstore in the ADVOCATE and lodged In the short ribs January the first. Their loss ha been! a

''''lorlda' Including the Manatee and St. you need-espeolally on you are trav- of tbe most prominent farmers In the block, just vacated, Is now for rent, particulars Dr. B. It. Wilson and Dr. It. J. Thorn- heavy one, but we trust the season may t ,
,'eterabur(; sections Mr. Emerson Is ellng. above section of New Jersey, of which can be obtained at this ton were Immediately summoned They yet be a good one for them

ooktng at the advantages offered by the -Mr. and Mrs. F. T] Iidge and family !- -Mr. E. M. Ooodall; of Sanford, Me office. _____ probed l for the bullet, which they even The Breakers, Palm Beach, capable

IIfferent sections of the state, In the lu- of Miami, who left Saturday morn- after working on his fine launch, Nemo, CULTURECLUB. urtlly found and cut out. when opened, of accommodating several I
erest of some friends who expect; to launched THE While no serious damage was done to U Ii f
In IT. Dec 12th.: on hrvd ,I their launch for several days her off Nel hundred guests; nearing completion
nove to Florida. Dorothy, t-jend-Ch; ; ; tmas' with\ Capt: son's ways, Tltusvllle taut Saturday, for the unfortunate young man, the doctors and, It I I. confidently expected: will be .

-Someone Inadvertently took Mr. A.roscher's and Mrs. Jas. Prllchar Titusville had a cruise on the Indian and Halifax rivers. say he had a very miraculous escape from opened February 1st, say the Lake '

;' overcoat and bat at tbe contusion to stay at Gllbert's Ba for some time, Mr. Goodair first: cruise will be to Daytona The Progressive Culture Club wishes death ; and he Is getting: along as nicely Worth News In this connection It maybe

of the Masonic banquet on Moo- owing to the low eta of the water. where his father and mother upend to thank the Tltusvllle Orchestra and is can be expected under 'the clroam remarked that the Casino, now '

lay night, leaving other articles of wear Their non appearance 10 TltnnllIe at the winters. Referring to Mr. Goodall's be ladles and gentleman: who took partIn stances. cess of re-oreotlon, will be IDfro'I; I'I
ng apparel In their place. M r. Froscherays Christmas caused SOl 0 uneasiness In father, the Daytona Gazette-News says: the play, "Everybod's Friend," the : time for opening at least

. he does not care so much about the their family, but we a pleased to note "Tbos. Goodall ha presented assistant brilliant success of which showed lung IMPROVEMENTS.. with the Breakers. The Hotel \
.verooat, so long.as the papers In the they arrived here, sale nd sound, Tues- cashiers Conrad and Niver, of the Merchants and faithful study, and their kindness la Polnolana, Palm Beach threw wide Its I
ockets are returned to him; but he day'mornlng, by train, having left their Rank, with a $.*><) sweet wllllam not without appreciation.The massive doors, and opened up Its gorgeous : I

vould like to have the hat, as It was one launch at Jupiter each. Thomas Goodall has come np Progressive Culture Club also Judge M. S, Jones Is having a Dew ..apartments for the reception of
>f Stetson's latest styles, made a present with bis usual custom of giving a $1 to Geo. guests on December 17tb, just passed J
wishes to thank MeiiHrs. his place Sunbeam
especiallY shed built at
-fro and Mrs. 'V. Indle. of Charles wagon on
him ; child between the of four and under the skillful management of Mr.
o at Christmas his eldest every ages
by SOO'nd the library .
M. Robbins and C. H. Walton for In the suburbs of Tltusvllle, this
ton \V. Va. have been of the In- ,
In addition, the hat left In Its stead !guests fourteen year whoRe parent patronizethe Fred Sterry, and now has an assuring .. .
table and the thought other
i disc River hotel Tltu'lIIe for week generous week, among sundry Improve listless
+ too large for him. Now who took a Goodall postoffloe. This liberality number of guest wandering In l
hat overcoat and hat P I. 01' "0. Mr. Prindle lea' member of the calls for about $100." Mr. E. M. Good- that prompted the action.E. MIMI Jn menu mode. usurious solitude amid lie moanderlug t vt
It.
firm of W. M. prIUdle Co., dealers lu all, who left here for Daytona yesterday, MBS. Judge A. D. Penney, who made his corridors and spacious parlors. Very
\
Fla.
furniture, eto., and Is Indian River on gave our office a pleasant Call. oa Wednesday Tltusvllle\ Secretary. little daughter, Lollle, a present of a soon Its regiment; of help, moving with
This Was The Number account ot his health. The above firm, afternoon. Deo. 29,190.7.Special One pony at Christmas, l is. now having the busy Intent, and almost swiftness, of d
composed of himself nd brotber-owll suitable quarters built for the equine bees, and its. brigade of Inmate throng.

The number of the Elgin;\ movement three large stores; and he work of looking Gardner's FlyOe. Inventory Monday<< addition to his household on the lot at lair It* hall and parlors, and "wanderingover

vatch, given by O. L. Mandavillo' the after them ,bas bei 80 trying, that Jan. 4th. rear of his residence In Tltul llle. the enchanted ground and amid '
I'ltusville\ jeweler was 9,324,240.: The Mr. Prindle has been compelled to get I thank you for patronage extended the bowers of beauty on every hand, will
away for a complete It! from business tbe and will scene of liveliness, gaiety and '
ret prize was won by R. E. clime, Jr., daring past year, trust you Dress goods at almost half the regular For Bale Chen I). luxurious
rented
'hose guess was 9,332,147.: Second cares. Mr. and Mrs. P'indle have fa."ol'me In like manner during 1004; ennui scarcely paralleled oa s l
t
the ltlnRsend cotta cf, adjoining Major price. earth' broad bosin. -
:
rlze wishing a Happy and ProsperousNew
won by Miss Oruber whose you
Maggie' JULIUS KLiNE:,
ness was ,343,120. Third prize won F. M. Taylor'l, In South: ,' Tltunfl1e, and, Year. Tltusvllle Fla. 60 acres near St. Lucle River The ; d ;
J A. M. Rogers: whose guess was 0,27(3-( moved In yesterday.For C. GARDXICK' Tltusvllle, Fla. SVI! of HW* and Nt of HWof NW*, FIXING THE STREETS. K"r 3

1). 0,321,240: ( wee the number.. i. J'urnlture-Shoel-Dry Goods-Etc. !Hec.: 27 Tp.Sl S, It 41 E. Known as theFulfOrS ,.
Land for Halo. _
n llt. land. Jour IlKxnr- I;

For Sale at Georgians, Florida. 4wk TItnsvllle, Fla. Marshal Van Worley hail a force of I

Wagons for Sale.I Three furnished 'for Choice 5 and 10 acre lots on the Pen- prisoner at work this week cleaning f
i iing. r s housekeep- '
: 15 land located between Waveland and Bewail and Improving the appearance of Julia
Also acres improved centrally In.ular. Gasoline Engine In
Your
now have on hand stock of single roo w la
inch a large to Jj i L. WILSON frontage of 14 rods on Indian River Point, fronting on both Indian and St. street. They did a'good job, and Julia t
Apply !
tire and 3-Inch tire one-horse (i ;
wag- Order ? all the better for It. Lethe
and Working
Ikttkledge Fla. Contains fine young orange; grove In Lucie rivers. Also Improved places street looks
as that be deUvered ,
can at once. work be) continued by cleaning the .
bearing. Address, T. II. CHAMBERS, neat, three-room unfurnished cottage Url I
R. E, MIMS, JR., C. H. RACEr sidewalks and other streets of all weed
llm OeorgUna, Kla nt. Apply to line. Having been
If not drop me a '
Tltusvllle, Fla. For Ilent.Xjtoa, Fla. may Waveland, Fla. connected, with Palmer Bros., Co Cob.tonn. and other trash that I Is being blown allover
$
Houseboat For Sale of the celebratedPalmer town. Commence the new year ,
Cheap.For manufacturers
;'or .
Sale, Orange and PineappleLand. Sixteen room bo including bathroom New Machine Shop. Gasoline Engine, the best selleron right, by cleaning up your sidewalk Godliness X
and "Cleanliness Is next to -
fronting lad River; oranges, Sale Cheap, a comfortable' house the market to-day, for five years, I yards." ?
lemons peaches, bj;: aa, mulberries In- boat. DlmeuelonsLength,53ftbeam; We are now ready to do Engine and am prepared to do all kinds of Repair a
6000 acres choice land suitable for eluded; four bed sitting room, 13 ft.4 In.{draaght,18 Inch8tl:bead-mom Lathe Works, Boiler Repairs and all Work on Gasoline Engines.; Write for

rowing pineapples and oranges on the library, dining roV nd kitchen completely In cabin, 9 ft. Anchor, alls, bedding kinds of machinery work. Equipmentsnew Catalogue! of the best engine on the Wood Wanted.Dry .
ndlao and St. Lucie Rivers; will sell M furnished f business center and cooking utensils, etc. and first-class. Competent raacblnst market, and get full particulars from

"hole, or divide; a bargain. for five months or yl_ Address, 0 This coy houseboat I* now lying at employed. Price moderate. E. P. JONas, -
C. BCCKMAX. -, O. K. WOOD, TItnsvllle, and will be sold cheap. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co., Rlvervlew Hotel pine wood by the car load.

felH Jacksonville, Fla. tf Cocoa, Fla. Address, J. M. Laflln, TltusvilJe, Fla. 4t Sanford, Fla. Merrltt, Fla. Hotel Indian River Rookledge, 1'10&

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t -iYI KEYS OF THE BASTILLE. j i'b.a DlctlonCr7."Neit4 dictionary .a bad books Georgia Southern

.. S3 OO fQtThe \ to read' ||'f Emerson In his essay on
Pawl.Owned
Th HUtorlo Rc-llea of Old
books tyre: is no cant In It no excess -
r TOO J>y an Amereau.The &
MUCH( TIME MAYBE keys which locked the great above will cheerfully be paid in of 18nft raw tlon. material and it Is of full possible ofjthe Florida Railway

of the Buwtllle at the time of its suggest!
gates lawful money of the United States; by nd histories. Nothing Inbtf "8nwane ;iUv.r Kooto."
I. f1' tall have-been In America for a number the undersigned/ proprietors of Doctor poet i'
sorting.
SPENT IN COLLEGE of ,)'elil'S. For nearly a century Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery, if wanting a little shuffling" Operates the "Dixie.Flyer."
they remained in the poMesaion of the they cannot show the origitl, signature ligatured, :K curtilage.
family of the Frenchman who took of the individual volunteering the testimonial Schedule iu Effect June 28,1003.
By Dr. t. J. JAMES President them from the famous prison though below and also of every testimonial dowel to Oe Ladylike. Pixie

Northwestern University ft they have recently come Into the possession among the thousands which theyare the Ethel .at did you do when Gus Lv a 60 Flyer.pm Quickstep OlSaui
, ,1 constantly publishing attesting/ ryoaiMabel I.v Jacksonville.. T 60 pm T 48 am
.of an Englishman living In of their several propos] AI'Val tosta.
superior curative properties 11 08 pm 11 00()I am
Quebec medicines, and thus proving the : oil so( surprised I puckered ArTirton.lt! Warn 12 33pm
When the mob stormed the prison on genuineness and reliability of all the np my .h to whistle but then I remember -I ArMaoon ArCordele.. Mam 148 pni
YOUNG man should got into business early, for the July 14. liS!). a Parisian Currier multitude of testimonials volunteered by !mt would be unladylike so C.of UaArAtlanta. 8 to am .I IW
in their behalf. I PI"8Rl"11 my Up* against .... ..... ....... Team T 411
the people pIn
ten years between twenty and thirty are CRITICAL LechasteL Is said to have been grateful hurrlpOJd N. 0.& Bt.L.ArChattanoogs..
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WORLD'S DISPENSARY :MEDICAL ASSOCIATION his to kllllpllYHt.lt from whittling.Y .
first to rush over the drawbridge as It 1 OOpra 100am
YEARS. I believe that a young man looking to n who Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. ArDaibville.... .......8 60 pm 6 40am
fell It wan be. at any rate overtook 111. Cent. R.R.
t business career should bo through with his college a fleeing jailer and took the keys THE REASON.-There ia no medicine she tam> a 12 Inch mm makei ArBi. Louta. 652am 7 24 Dm
, f to Doctor Fierce's Golden .........
equal 1120am
stuck Its Sigh /ttlll miles tn forty-two see ArCbtcaIo
from him. The mob immediately
work by the time ho is for purifying the K.R.:
Medical Discovery
twenty or twenty-one
years the keys: on the end of a spike,and an blood. It carries off the poisons which ends.iiIG5T1ON. Louinvlllo.,.......,..., 2 30 am 123Hara/
of age. He will become a better business man, Immense throng paraded with them contaminate the life fluid. It increases ,Cincinnati C..&-E.!.n..R. T 20 am 4 05pm

other things being equal, than the one who stays by hia books until through the streets. They were considered the activity of the blood-making glands: Ar Cblcago ..... 9 ID amJacksonville
t one of the most valuable trophies and give the 1>0<1 v an increased supplyof I Solid trains from to Macon.
!QiO 13 thirty or older. :Men who stay long in college GET SUCH of the revolution. I pure.body-building blood. It builds 't trains Trains going from north Valatka from connect Jacksonville.at Valdosta with

/A BENT AWAY FROM BUSINESS that without nat- Lecbastel kept the keys, and they up the/body with sound healthy flesh Local Sleepers on Dixie Fiver: train for Macon,
great
instead of flabby fat promotes the ap- remaining in depot until T 80 a.m.
remained In his family until ISI)!). "T,vu troubled: with (torn* Pullman Buffet Bleeping Cars from Jacksonville
[ural ability they cannot break the culture that feeds the nerves, and so givesto
through hedges; them when a descendant of the family emigrated petite and aolltrxble. Thedford'sBlackDrtgu.b to St. LuulB via above route without change
weak nervous people vitality i or can on Dixie Flyer train also. .
Pullman's
I find become great business men. At the age thirty-five the man to America taking them with vigor. { ask did than ma all more the good doe-. sleepers on same train to Chicago without nnet

/who entered business at twenty will be a better business him. Eventually the keys were sold "This Is certify. that 1 have used Dr.PUrce's torta ie man It'a thegnddet address
and think
Medical Discovery
to John Hamilton of St. Louis, who Golden yeiuv'-MRS. SARAH B. J.H. KAFKT1J.KY
ITHAN: TIlE ONE WHO BEGAN IHS CAREER AT THIRTY. kept them for twenty-five- years, exhibiting M. Young medicine of Weir in the, Went world Vi" write"I Mrs.V. took aH 9aBWEI1.tt.vUlaInd. Dl itrlqt P....Agt.281 W. Kay St.

University' dulturo is not always the best preparation for life. them from time to time, when down. pick and si.he month nave. me ago. medicine and called but. la I grew tmrphyiiician &dford'.Black Draught Or C.B.RHODES Jacksonville, Fla.
they were sold to a Canadian.One worse. He wild I had dyipepnia in its wont quifekT invigorates the ao- Oen.Psss.Ago Macon,Ga.
lIt often: STUNTS NATURAL BUSINESS ABILITY, and this of the keys was obtained in form. I decided to try. your medicine and .beganto tiogyf} the stomach and
improve I used five bottle. two of the*
pa an age when business ability counts for much. Very often I ad- France by General Lafayette and was Golden. Medical. Discovery' and three. of 'Favorite culls!men chronic cases offnatioa.
Prescription' and now I am doinr my If
presented by him to George Washington you will
vise( a college student as young as eighteen years of age to drop his a year or two'before bin death. It oleo own are houcework.wing Or.A Pierce'number. medicine of my lady and friend they* takj B-m&ll dose of Thedfor4'.Black WQKMSli !

etudies and GO TO WORK. I would notdo this in the case bangs In the mansion at Mount Ver- I recommend In It highly.grind May work.God" blew and will Draught .occasiodalt.you -
proper you your keep
and has been thousands of YOill'IItOIb&h
(of one who is advancing in a line toward his .business career, butpwith non visitors there. seen by To gain: knowledge: of your own bodyin and liver in perfect Mo t in Quantity. :Bait In Quality.5
sickness and hl'alth-aen for the ctodition.
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( the one who is at n standstill as far as his preparation is concerned The keys at present are very old and People's Common Sense Medical Ad "Vv ..II..L TE'S

; it is better to toll him to to work. rusty. The largest of them Is twelve viser. A book of 1008 pages. Send "
1 go Inches long and Is quite heavy. The ai cents in stamps for paper-covered, GreamVermifuge !
IT IS AN EASY MATTER TO SPEND {TOO :MUCH smallest IK of fine workmanship the or, 31 stamps for cloth-bound copy. ? THEDFORD'5SIMDRAUGHT
TIME socket being! shaped like the ace" of Address Dr. R. V. Pierce 663 Main ao TEARII >
ON TILE COLLEGE BENCHES
These the .
etu- N. Y.
Buffalo
years clubs and Is supposed to have belonged Street ,
Has Led all 'WORM Remedies. :!
dent would spend in absorbing culture the that .
are very ones are to the treasure rooms. This and another

of greatest value for learning the details of his future calling. They while key the measure other two six inches lire about in length ten After all To other Get Rid remedies of 'Rat.fall. there iI r EVERY BOTTLE SOLD -BY GUARANTEED.- ALL- PRUOCI8T8.PRBPAHltD .

are the years when his business habits. can be patterned and molded.A inches and much heavier.-WashingtonTlHIPH. : still remains u way of getting rid of Morel ckne s is caused by JAMES F. BAIJ..ABP.-.8TIOTnS.5 BY
rats and that in. by depriving them of
tipotion than
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any'
YOUNG MAN LOSES HIS
ELASTICITY BY THE TIME HE
IS venter. live for
They cnn n very longtime other|,tease. Thedford'sBlackjlijiught
I THIRTY. USUALLY HE CAN BE MADE INTO A GOOD BUSINESSMAN without food and when hard
llev. Carlisle 1*. Martin.. not only relieves
ONLY WHILE THAT ELASTICITY LAftTft pressed will not ht-sltnte to eat each ,c<.tipation but cures KIDNEY ,DISEASES
Waverly, Terras,.writes: "Of a morning other but no rut urn go twenty-four diarrh*' and dysentery and

Croup.The If Unwell. when first rising, I often nod a bourn without drink. Therefore If *very keeps' Ji bowels regular. -
I possible means of obtaining water are the most fatal l of all .dis
troublesome
collection of phlegm which ,
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peculiar cough/: which Indicates Try a /60o bottle of Ileiblne notice the Is taken from the rats they will desert aUrnggi.tri Dell
croup, is usually well known to mother Improvement speedily effected In your produces cough, and la very hard to the vicinity. -set package*.. eases.
of oroupy children. No time should be appetite, energy, strength and vigor.; dislodge; but a small quantity of Bal "T elford's
lost In the treatment of It, and for this Watch haw: It brighten the spirits, gives lard'a HorhOund Syrup will at once dislodge Draught is the best Black.medicine KIDNEY CUPS l3' o
purpose no medicine baa received more freedom from indigestion and debility 1J nest Liniment on Earth. FOLEY'rt
universal than :: it, and the trouble Is over. I t ,r-ulate the bowels Baarsntcsd! I Bsjuadj
approval Cuambfirlaln'a
Isaac Story, Ava Mo., writes, Sept Henry 1). Baldwin, tfupt. City WaterWorks I havde'ir used." MRS. .
Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable 10th, 1000. "I was in bad health, I had know of no medicine that Is equal to It, Shullsburg, VTIs., writes: "I A. MlflRANT,I ,-Sneads .
time In experimenting with untried remedies stomach trouble for 12 months also and i It Is so pleasant to take. I cnn moot have tried many kinds of liniment, but Ferry$.C. or refunded. Contains
no matter how highly they chills. Dr. J. W. Her- money
may Mory prescribed
cordially recommend It to all have never received much benefit until I
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be recommended, but Rive: this medicine bine It cured me In two weeks. I cannot persons used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism remedies recognized by eminent -
as directed and all symptoms of croup recommend It too highly It will do needing a medicine for throat or lung
and pains. I think It the beat the best lot
will quickly disappear. For sale by all all you claim for It." Sold by nod Cross troubles." Price 25o, /COc, $1.00( bottleat liniment on earth." lee, COo and $1.00 COfJiiIPATIOJ1 physicians as ,,
druggists and medicine dealers. Pharmacy, Titusville. Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltuavllle. bottle at Red Cross Pharmacy,Tltusville. Kidney and Bladder troubles..

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CITY
QUAKER SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN that can!: only be promptly qnlokly .oertHlre our optntftii. free whether an
liiT ntlon !a probably pntentuhla. CDmmunicnUon..trlotlytnnedentfd. *
nipped in the bud by using HANDBOOK on Patent
ant f re Olrimt a itanor for nuourlnet patents.
Patent taken through' Muuu A (.0.rooelvstptflal
:3XTo :DDlrt notice, without onanre in the
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or Sp1.11od In1i.
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Fountain Pen Perfection A handsomely Illniitrated weekly' I.nrient. all
Only fountain that never spills ink] inks the oulutlon of any." uru l. a'erum.'3 a
pen : Sold
i % never > renrt four month,$. by all new.deatera.Co .

r The Quaker City Self-Filling Fountain fingers needs filler he filled from Pine-Apjle MIII. & 88troadgsy. New York
Pen tills Itself and thereby fills no can any inkwell, anywhere rr.nch Offloo,a F Bt" Washlnuton... D.-C.-_


p a long-felt'Free want. Greatest gift of the year, for business men, students, Tar and Wine makes i-'oley'sRjCidney kidneys nerd bladder Cure right.


ri'r.a.' school childen-all who use a ---- - --
Any reliable tfme saver In eagerly welcomed pen The draat Florida Remedy ,

by the modern business man. '. b eked by more thana

of 1'robably this condition the most forceful of things Illustration in recent A G r e a t Gift II i million, dollars of Florida o r HF

years was the enthusiasm with which ca )tal. Look at the
thwfuiiotiiln" pon wn greeted. It seemed name of the gentlemen I\
to mean the saving: of so much tlrad and COSTS $1.OO I who c mpose this com-I,
annoyance fur so many people that Its -
Bale war simply phenomenal. Looks as well and works far pany nd see If this Is r
Hat tho fountain pea was not by any better than any high priced pen on not a efficient (guaranteeof J

mean perfect that the and bother Its users soon dlnoovored the market. Doesn't get out of order, doesn't write by fits and mer t. a wl1U
was only concentrated :.
t with. The, Instead finest fountain of being pen dispensed would time.starts. Built. simply I and well, I as t long I and writes perfectly all the WM.Capitalliit.Gil S. JOUDAV..; r as.r Banker BOll ea V.aQ i < ...,

write Indifferently well us long as there AS. BLUM Viclx.PlUld.: Wholesale Er CD 0

our was busy ink in man It l d\I atop that, unscrew gave out an It Cost $$3700 to Perfect Protected by Patents. Merchant.J. OQa !

Inky cap, hum around for a filler and J. WILLIA H, 2n VICK-PBKS., Comsman. 'f
the particular Ink recommended by the raerclal Sal Noz

aud manufacturers so on through of that a long particular process pen of $$1.00 BRINGS IT TO YOUR'DOOR B.V.. SPER V, TREASURER Prop. g a 1''s

annoyance, Duval Hot 't. .
The manufacturers of the Quaker City Money refunded and no questions asked if THOS. A, DAtPublisher. L9, SKC'YJ'ASD' MOB., r E: QQt (D
Self-Filling Fountain: Ten have over you are not EN- .

come all this bother and produced a TIRELY SATISFIED As far ahead of the old fashioned fountain D. n. McMILLlX, VIce-ProB. Consolidated tu 19 I>>
practical tool which
t'' writing In as easy to -a
use as if one were simply writing with pen as the modern one is ahead of the quill. No Syringe used. Naval Stores Co. !?
the filler needed for the old pen. There W. C. TEISER, 'res. The Metto Co. 5. n

Is nothing to unscrew, nothing to squirt, SEVENTY E. E. WEST, apltallst and Lumber :a it
DOLLARS
nothing to lose or get Out of order. Its A GROSS TO WHOLESALERS." Mannf.tcturL. : 5i. 0Q3
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construction Is simple and substantialand ,
the operation of filling: It so simple" A. FRALE ill, Cashier Bank ,of IS c ::
that you wonder nobody thought of It Madison.

before.It. Is.merely It slightly necessary, lift up to as dip usual the and penpressing -. Qllaker. City Fountain>i Pen Co T. C.Madltton.A. SMITH. ,s't. Cashier Bank of 1;; >f!Q () S.

go on writing. Its capacity Is no less II. WEST, Capitalist, and.Real Estate 2 <.51; FI
than the bothersome kind. -.
Dealer
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W* feel that we are not Building -
over-praising -
Philadelphia I I HODGSON"
GEO.
Pa. T.
the 'Quaker City ( Gencral:Sonthern b
Self-Fllllog Fountain
Pen when we saw that It represents the I Agent N. Y.Life IDS. Co. ) =

acme of fountain pen achievement. .USED IN LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES .' D. P. SMITH, Tix Collector Voluala Co. i-ii (I)

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Enclosed find dollar Augustine Illly\ Record. f i r'"jl
one for which send
me by return nail
one Quaker City WM. J. BUYAl ounty Solicitor Dual C
Self-Filling Fountain Pen. :. \ \ County.

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I professional Cards Notice of Intention to Apply For -
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M. BOBBINS, .., DooItmavUfT r
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GE0 NOTICE! IS hEREBy GIVEN' THAT THE bnt G. '
AND ''' net lutend to am>ly to hi* Excel. Several \
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR lencv W. 5. JotinlnK. (iovernor of he : !
State of Klnrida. upon the With day of January, sharp tneUiodfl.
AT-LAW.
A. !>., l'JO4 or an AIHIII til: treafter a* practical
for L(.tt rs IMtent .. 01 who addd to I
the
up n proponed charter :
Will practice in State and United States the Fair View Land Compau),'' hereto attached. ing.* lie was I

Court.. CIIARTER.T1 man' to deal :

Office at TiTusviLi.8 FLA. .' e e articles wit neiwBtli that the nnderstirned "llut I'll bet : )(
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have as n iateil th niK lve* together: to form a V--'t I 1 ( .'
$1,000 from m I
corporation under the Law of the State of Flor ef
.. ida. cofcrnlziintv."

D L. GAULDEN, ARTICLE I. "l>one!" ,I

The nan e of tlito corporation shall be the tnnooiiiily, and \ I
ATTORNEr-AT-LAW, "FAIR VIEW LAN) C,) "IPANY" and it. principal -
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place. of buglneat will be at Couoa llrevard one bIt they
i Will practice In&U the Court. of the State County Floridu. Thinking; hp :

j ot Florida. and the United States Courts. ARTICLE 2. off with nn / : $I

, 1'.U Box,239. TITUSVILLE.; FLA.. The purpose of this Corporation I* to bny.sell to m-o the :
own uinrtmire, lease exchange and develop
lands, and to farm. iH>n hm"cud to build upon "Mr. CnnU" (
I J. WKBO and Improve the Mine in the State of Horid or said "tlirse' :
F" In any state of the United 8ttea, ann to buy.
Bell and produce Orange, Lemons and Fineap* $:"SiK) tliiit I : :
! ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Plea and all! kinds. of trait and vegetable In the you. I don't !
State of Florida anil in any other state of the
j Will practice In the Courts of the 7th United State; and engage In the general buitllienHof let rtto hR"It
J Taxes for non-residents buying ami selling all kind, of fruiti vldc th* hot
Circuit. paid
and vegetable. In or 011 taold" of the Htateof rlor- !
) and rents and accounts oolleoted.I Ida. on commlsnlnn or otherwise. This corporation The (' \ j ,,
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may do all thIngs; necessary anti proper for of the ('mol|
I TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA. the purpoHe of cimiluctinir Aid busiiiea and :
I | granted to snob corporation under to?. Inxtciul of '
the Laws of the State' of Florida, whl->h are necessary Mr. Cash
! D. PENNEY and proper for the purposes of its Incurporatioo. .
and said
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ARTICLE 8. "Did you $
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, The'ainonnC' oJ I the Capital I Stock t I. hereby authonrod LI ,1,;."'"-;" ,J,'._ "I dU.! "
to be (SI7.Oon.nfl Snventuen Thousand < !t.r -" ; : "\' Ilt't1111: (
II TITUSVILLE; rf FLORIDA. Dollar, to be divided, Into(LTD)one hundred an.1.event r ; !; 7.'i OU
"hare of .iSl) One Hundred Dollars ; ; .->;.....1 .. money from ;
, Will practice In all the courts of the 7th each. Tho same to h. paid in the following pro- : ..........,i ;[. "That'll. whnt 1 :
Judicial Circuit. twrtyto-witi All those tracts of laud Ijinurln ;.:: o:
I Krevard County 1>Florida. and described as fol : '," ..' .... S "Tlu'ii." in n .
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lows Lot 1. Sentlou KH. !24 South : .1' t j
Township '
: -New York .
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1 Range t3l111.t. ooiumencinK at: the west side. cf : .....-...\.t ...<.
C. A. FROST, Indian River, the northeast. corner of nid Lot 1Section r ; $
! :.18. thence wOst ((10)) sixteen chain. and :.1 Pharmacy.'I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 4J links to the section line thence touth 10 J> '
; chains and I 5 links thence east 22: chain cud 60 I 4
i Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th i ii link to>8nld lijver.tlienro north along the Klver Mrs. Johnnnn
shore as. the same may meander to the place of Falls Minn.,
i Judicial Circuit. beginning, containing 32 acr more or I"ell. ihoulder. She ]
Also a strip of land two hundred and three- )
I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. quarters feet wide off of tbe south *i.le of S..". Miss Nettie Blackmore 'Minneapolis In ,place as
I lions 20 and 21, lownxhln M South, Range JO quite sore and
Rant and extending;went from Indian River to
A. MORGAN the went line of Lot No. 6, as denrrtbed in book tells how woman be Her son
young may per-
"I" any Chamberlain'
i FREDERICK on pages 11.VI21: Itnnnrds or I Florida, In the ntllre of the Clerk of the Circuit sprains nail ",
i Abstracts of Title. Court, containing U anil!:27! UNI acre more or le sAnd manently cured of monthly pains by takingLydia to buy her a '
alec the following! tract of land i Heir In-
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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, fling at thesouthiaat. corner of the NK. ot theN 'F It quickly I
; K'4: of Section '.III.Township BOllth ut Range E1. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. to Bleep which :
Loans, Notary Public. 8(1 KaHt thence go west 20 cliainv. thence northlI'h..IIIM. era) days. The
.- thence east2!<) chain to the swtlouline
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. treni'D south S chain to tile point of beginning YouNG WOMEN:-I had frequent headaches of a severe nature with the roller It
aoutulniuii lu( acres more or Ion*. dark spots before my eyes and at my menstrual periods I suffereduntold lias since : : 4 '

TITUBVILLK, FLA. ARTICLE 4. agony. A member of the lodge advised me to try Lydia, 1,. er" For sale by ; I :

The term for which this corporation shall exist IMnkham's Vegetable Compound but I only scorned good advice and cine dealers. ;I I: ,

G. A. FIIOST. WADE U. JONES. Is 100 )'ean. ti* that -mv case was hopeless. but she kept at me until I bought a : j ,

& JONES ARTICLE 5. bottle and started taking ft. I soon had the-best reason in the world to Quite i r'' 1
; "I want to
\ l I
FROST The business of this Corporation shufl h rondunted change my opinion of the medicine, as each day my health improved, andfinally .
:l..a President and Hcuretarv and: Treu I without pain at menstruation periods. I am most Oracle said;
entirely
RKAL ESTATE AND urer of Direr tor*. lrovnled the was my "Whnt ls It. 1 :
INSURANCE, office of President. and Treaimrer may bo held by grateful."-NEITIB! BLACKMOUE, 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis, man. quired.! i :
Loans and Collections. the saute person. ;
The Hoard of Ulrcctort shall at a meeting tote "Would YOII
Painful Periods
TrrtrsviLLK FLORIDA. hold immediately after the annual stockholders
meeting elect' from among their numbera the /nlnlMter to '
President. Treasurer cud. Secretary and un. are quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia E. Plnkliain* from the !
til the Hoard of IIIrectors to be elected at: time Vegetable Compound. Tile above letter Is only one of hundreds of !
O. A. "[ORLEY. R. II. SEYMOUR. rll'II7"
first meeting the Htnokholdoraln the var 1U04 fact. Menstruation .
thousands which this statement to IMS a
prove
hall have iiialiflnd H. L Ives uliall be ITetldent "Cc-rtnlnly
TllTORLEY & SEYMOUR, and Treasurer and U L Gatddeu shall be Secretary Is a severe strain on a woman's vitality-If It Is painful something not. ,
and II. L. Ives and, U. L. Haulden. and JohnM. in wronR. Don't take narcotics to deaden the pain 'lovo. lionor II
Sanders shall constitute the first HOArd of 'Womb displacements UPl'clI'd.JIl'r..hl.
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Do Director The nrst mooting of the stockholder the cause-perhaps It in caused by irregularity or
shall be ,..Id on the tfitli day of February, A. !>., or the development of n tumor. Whatever It is, J.ydla
eral a general Courts.practice In State and Fed- 11)04, and annually thereafter 15. IMnkham'a Vegetable Compound Is guaranteed to.cure it. j I'' 1 .

Special attention givento ARTICLE 6. If there is anything about your case about which you would like special ; i
admiralty practice. advice write freely to Mrs.! I'lnkham. She will treat your letter as strictly euros 1oold :
FRISSELL BUILDING MIAMI FLA. The highest Amount of indebtedness or liability remedy for la ,\
willed confidential. She can surely help you. for no person in America can sneak (
to the corporation can at time ,
subject Itself I ii* 917, thousands of women back to health. Her' address is Lynn, Mass., and her and rOUII maUam.
CTEPUEN E. FOSTER IN WETNESS WHEREOF have hereunto !
nlincrlbed our name and 8et we our seal, together advice is free.; You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation. and pleuaant to I\ rJIF js' .:'
with the number of shnre of stock taken and ... Case. '' irlveqnlok relief.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : sDetails of Another ,
our residences this tfth day of Debember, A. 1>. _, late coated :l ,..;

Dyal-Upohurch Building Jaz. 10031H. r' II DEAR MRS. PiKKnAM !-Ignorance nnd box. Rod Cross !
L.Ire. 168 share of.stork Cocoa Hrevard :
4c (
County, Florida. (Seal.> is of most of the sufferings .__ .. ,
JACKSON I carelessness the cause ---- -- ---- --- __-
VILLR, FLA. J.M. Sander, I share of stiK.'k Cocoa, Hrevard ; 1 t (1
County, Florida. (Heal ) of women. I believe that if we properly j '
1>. L. 0l1uhll".1 share of stock,Tltnsvllle lire. understood the laws of health we would all be YOU WANT A...
BURN1IAM, M. D. yard County. Florida. (Heal.) _
knew the
N.S. well but if the sick women only ----- :

STATS!!: OF FLORIDA of Hrevard. I fIn '-I'., 1 truth about Lydia 13. IMnkhanVs Vegetable 1 I 1IM

SURGEON and SPECIALIST; County i Compound they would be saved much suffering .
person came befori me II. L. IVOR and JohnM. Lot
Ear, Nose and Throat. HHiulors to me well known a* the persons described 1..a ; and would soon be cured. .Building
In and who sluinid Healed and executed e... 1 uied it for five months for a local diffl- .. 1 .
WE"T PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. the foregoing! charter for the Incorporation of 4
the "Fair View Land Company" and a> knowledired culty which had troubled me for years, 4

the that same: they fur each the purposes signed.therein Healed and exprmsed' executed and( for which I bad spent hundreds ora lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, j j

D U. UOUOHTON'S In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my of dollars in the vain endeavor to rec- LAND FOR AN OIIANOK GROVE 4 G/J

of hand December and amxcd" A.1 my>luoj.omclal: seal this the SUm day ,y -. ./ ,. tify. Aly life forces were being sapped, PINEAPPLE PLAN'I'ATIONor'fRUCK, ,1

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS (Seal) R. B. HOLMES. 'f' .. ind :I was daily losing my vitality. GARDEN.. ;,,
Notary 1'uulio. .s.1p/i'/; : / SI Lydia 12. Plnklmin Vegetable We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. ;,,4,4f '
on the "Dentoll STATE OF FLORIDA 0
/ w andI
County of Hrevard. }) Compound cured me completely, Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If yon are f ..f F
Now AT DAYTONA. In person came before me U. L. Oaulclen to me am now enjoying the best of health, and am most gratefuLand only '
well known as the person described in anil who too pleased to endorse such a great remedy."-Miss JKNNIB!: L. :fcuwAiiua! looking this way, drop line to ? 1!' I..

signed for the sealed Inrorporutlimof and executed the the"Fair foregoing View charter Land 604 II St., N. W. Washington, D. C JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Prt"hJent l '
,"TANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY OENTLE. Company** and acknowledged that he signed' 1 ,
Mrs. Plnkham wllcse address Lynn. Mans., vrlll answer cheery
V V man or lady in each county to manage ealed and executed the same for the use andpurposes "
tmntness for an old established house of I therein eXllfe.s.I., fully and without coat all letters addressed to her by sick women. t LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y. i j ,\
olid financial. standing. A straight, bona Hda Witness Whereof have hereunto ,sot
.. !my '
weekly salurr. of $18.oo paid. by chock each Mon- nann ann .ainxeu' my oinciui seal. till cue: uLllllay- --_._--- ------.._- -- AUOUSTINE, FLA. i, ,
lay with all expenses direct from headquartor.Money ... of Dei-ember A.I>. 100J. /
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Enclose addressed -- -- - -- -- ,
for -
advanced expenses.' Seal Ct. A. "
( ) FROST NothIng Dona. -- --------
envelope. Manager. 360 Caxtoa Bldg., Notary 1'uullo. Itlikdrnn Iris- Dwrllvi.. .f
Chicago. You know. they soy money talks, The 1 SukiiU. in tr<',* dwellers of tin itt t ,
Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's ;, "
the
suggested wornnn with the subscription P.Znluy build their IIOUMUM In .oolatlon.
TUB!: CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR pfiiliiHiila f _
UrANTED-SEVERAL PERSONS OP CHAR. i IN Brevard County. Florid, paper cheerfully."Well. forked trees n ilo/"-ii ft'et above ground
t" acter and Rood reputation In each atateone ,I In Chancery. I never was ony band for extravagant and rt'iich tliom by lueann. of bamboo The Chicago Net and Twine Co. J'i
( in this county required) to repre: ..Alfred C. Heckle ,
sent and advertise old established wealthy bUM,. -VS.- 1 I IIpf>pchp.. replied the closefisted loddpr.. which! tln-y druw up when "I

fleas bonne. of solid financial standing. Salary. Alforl, White and his V Bill toast aside Deed : millionaire.-Syracuse Herald. lately Iioimnl out (If burin's wuy. The Manufacturers of- .
$21.OO weekly with expense additional all payable wife, Catherine Maud I
in cash direct each Wednesday from head White,et al.Notice. J Mortgage. bouse! Itwlf. III a ruilc kind of shavk \
oIiIee.. Horse and carriage tarnished when neoexftary. to NonResident.To TOICUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY mndt of bninlMio, und this flooring In f4 'i t t ''I.
Reference Knlose elf-addressed enrelope. ''1
Colonial 332 Dearborn St. Cbicatco.: Alford W. White anil wife, Catherine Maud Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. lashed tog r-tliiM* |plf'Cf' by piece and r-I "

White- All druggists! refund the If it falls bound 1Jl'1II..ly to the tree limb by :I I

cr:: We cannot guarantee to publish of You Complaint nre hereby tiled required herein to against appear you to the in Bill the to cure. E. W. Grove's signature money Is on rattan. I r

items that do not reach this office before "I HIve entitled cause on or before. the lat day of each box. 25oU. TincuilotiH people are ruttier small : I ,, .!
February, A. D. 1U04 and IlKb trr In complexion than the Malaya
noon on Thursdays. Tha EAST COAST ADVOCATR I hereby d"slen.- { 11III
toil: a* the newspaper in which this,. order Khali ; Sheriff Sale. though ninth uglier. They have "
be published once a week:for eight consecutive I
!
no form of religion at ell-not even .Jj.
9Veekll. I
1:1 "
Witness. mv hand and seal of office this 3rd Idols-no written language and speak a
The AND BY VIRTuE!!: OP AN i-< t :
Most Comnlata
and
Largest
day of December A. D. 19O3.Ct. UNDER Issued out of the Circuit corrupt form of Malay. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every crlptlon.o S '
Establishment ( Ct. Seal) A. A. STEWART, Hrevud. county, Florida In a call Dealers In Seine '1 wine
South. Clerk Circuit Court.D. Maitre Cord Hope, Etc. tn I tj :
In R. H.Holm"! cashier, wa PXECU'j
L. Gall Men. Complainant'. Attorney 22jy P. Setza was defendant:, 1 bare levied California Prune Wafer Orlg-lnatorsof Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen. l

GEO. S. HACKER & SON, will House sell!door at public in Tltusville auction,in Florida front of Cure liver diseases sad all tnmacu 70-81-8J E. Indiana St. Chicago, Ill.dO .

Notice of Guardian's Application legal hour of pale! upon the : trouble.; they act gently but surely -. vfantlon-- ---The-_ADVOCATE. InJourJettClr... .( ,1 '
------ ------ t Ti ,
to Sell Iteal rotate. 4TH DAY OIT JANUARY, A. D 1IO4! strengthening the bowels and ntlmnlate We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Asnr>clatlon.crZMC I

to the highest. and bast bidder-for. cash the them to healthy notion 100 wafers, In

"-"' following real estate of the defendant situated 2Scts. Red Cross Pharmacy. .
HEREHYMIVEJITHATOMMOX. -- -- -- --- -- .
In Brerurd. County Florida. Villi A tract of 4t4 -
r NOTICE Wh day of January,1WH, at 10 a.Iii. acre described hook "I."of deed at page 2U, ITI
or u* soon after as the matter can beimeard the north line being O7U rbalnii *nd 115 f.. t = _1A.. II sc C 0 I *
; .I will appl to the Hon. A. D. Penney oiith of the line between Lots II and 4, of Section The Bird of Paradise. '
Count Judge: of Hrevard county FI..rl..t 28, Township 24 Huuth Rang*.W East and Probably no famous bird bus a smaller 517. 819 W. Bay BU, JACKSONVILLE. ', FLA. : y <
his ortloe In the: Court House at T tuavllle. for lielneaRtrlp alum.. feet In width extending Iron.
authority to cell certain real estate situated In the: Indian Hirer to the went. line of Lot 4. and habitat than the bird of pnradln.
until county the proi>..rty of my ward, Herbert bounded north bf land of ITUher, and monlh hr whose beautiful feathers are so highly
Ham,at private iale_wi t s ,
11A Poweil' land nibjeot to the exerntory' devise
The land between tliar of Oeo V. Clement on created by the will of Hunan I). 8eue to lake effect prized In the uillllnpry troile. No oneknows .
the north and Samuel' W. ( reene on the south. upon the death of the defendant P Hetze.Hald "' why the varieties of thin hfantl-
lJ 44'XPRE3S
In Lot I I. of Section n.TownshioaoHouth Range will may be Hen at the County; Jitttfe't of.See. .
.... -- 8H fast: and the: South one third of the Northeast A .... ,-.1 ful bird are ronfln to the Island of :
.: 3 V of ha Northeast *4 and I 111 of the Southeast''. I will also mil all that part of the RWIC of time New Guinea and the nelxliborlng CdM(.
of the Northeast lii of Section 1O, Township 3uA"W BWIC of Section 2A, lying anuth of the land now k
of
8< ltan..e. 38 EIIM.: or formerly of II.OHhorn. whose Australia. There are many other fXPRfS t
MANUFACTURERS OF > a.trip of II.Tit acre more or less In Lot 1, orrl In deed book "K. R '' at K edf.; I.i:: : Ifilanda not far WRY where the conditions $
Bectlon II.Townablp 31)' South Range 3* Kast that part of theN W'/4 of the l W J< of Section' 28, ; PREPAIr' PRE
bounded south by land of S. H, Hurford and north lying between land of K. C. McOlnnln nn the would wf in to bP equally favorable PAJ D L LI
Doors Sash Blinds by land of Samuel W. Green and being some north and land of J.<>. Powell on the south' and to th
6.00 chain wide north and, south. ; containing :24 acre more or lexi. HetngjtU III
JURY ELLA TILL. Townablp 24 South Range JiKj.. found aujoux (hcui. $ A1bIA2O I'iI\

McQlding! &. BUilding Material Guardian. r. BROWN SIprllt.GOO. A14rjIt ? ? '

M. ROD [SJ.! Attorney for Plaintiff.
Every Uottle of Clintnberlalii'iItenicdy
Office A: Wareroom King, opposite af ,
Cannon Street.Charleston Notice. AVnrranted. ( 6QtS


] S. C. '. Notice to Creditors We guarantee every bottle of Chamber. 1 Doz.

CONCERNED!!: TIKE NOTICE THAT Iain's Cough Remedy and will refund the $450 -
A1 ix" months. after date I will a* Sheriff and rrio ALL cnEnrroiw, LEGATEES, DHTRIBI ,
:
Sash Weights Cord aa. ex-oOlolo Administrator the estate of R. tRee*.and all per '>nn having claim or finmaniU money to anyone who' I Is not satisfied after S S
: C. Doom, deceased, late of lirevard. County; against tbe Katata of Albertina K.Forater. acing two third of the contents ---ag DfirvtRto to* ;
Florida present my final accounts JIll nch ad- deceaned: i 'I'blsl. the best remedy In the world for
Hardware.I minlstrator to the HononMa A. I> Penney, You are hereby notified to present year claim U
County Judge of alJ County and pray for my to the undersigned; within two year from the grippe; cough. cold, croup and gtJv $
final discharge" from such iliuinl. r tlon. expiration of thin' publication otberwlM Lisa whooping' cough and is pleasant and cafe I292 ii''
Window and Fancy GIas I. P. HltUWX.All aute wUI be pleaded In ber. to take. It prevents any tendency of a $9c9
'' Admin FRANK rORBTER.Admiiilatrator.
Sheriff, and ex-olflcto
A ,istfstor of said ..state.Tituevilie. cold to resale in pneumonia. Hold by 1.
SPECIALTY. .ria. July 81st,1303. Klec31 Orchid J'Ia" NOT.2J: ,1903. II weak drugglals and medicine dealers. Agents for the abat Brewing Co. 1.I I




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FAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 1. 1904. -i- .
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JAUKSPIUTCHABD: President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-Presldent.
" THE NEW YEAR. DEATH OF MR. STICKNEY. VISIT Tn most peculiar and Interest- W. S. BKANNING, Assfe. Cashier.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE |nfr Bight In America.

Our Boston correspondent send the TIIE FLOJJIDA -
A Happy New Year to our readers ABVOOATK a report of the death of Mr, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
t A WBBK&Y JOUBBAI D&VOT :D TO T.. DBVXLOPMBHT : and friends-north and south. Joseph Htlckuey.: a gentleman who wall
it, 0* TH. IMDIAM KIVKB' : LABBWO liked everybody with whom he came Ostrich FarmCo.
of look forward
The majority us
...
l TH A.BD BMOATMB BAYi OTIO In contact. The editor of this paper had COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
' with resolutions to
1 to the new year the pleasure of meeting Mr. :Stlckney: at
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. make our lives better than they the .famous Mount; Washington, botel, JACKSONVILLE. Authorized capital,. $100,000Paid
4 I were during the last. We secretly!; White Mountain, in October; last; and up capital $40,000

OBABLBS H. WALTOB, Editor & PubllBherDUoontlnuance resolve to govern ourselves with he was one of. those who helped to make Average deposits, $15OOOO
our stay at; the hotel a pleasant one. y
or
Ht this office or by writing. shall be curbed and our temper for be was a genial, happy-going, whole- Transacts a General Banking

.. conquered, realizing that "he who souled gentlemua.

beck,etc.,may be made payable to CBABLBIB. ruleth his spirit is greater than he Mr. btlckney bad a very high opinionof Business.
whom he
Mr. Henry M. Flagler, to
r who taketh a city." The ability to f
WAJLTOK,puhllHher.Kt very pleasantly\ referred on two or three '
e rule ourselves ia an evidence of occasions duilng our stay at the Mount T } Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

la writing tt>the ADVOCATE: for Informa strength of character, but Is only Washington hotel, which Is managed by bIM i { + Exchange bought and told on all Foreign
lion Ok. wy kind tba writer will oblige; by onclo acquired by constant effort. We JJeBBro. Anderson and Price, of Ormond. 4 Countries.
) I envelope. Ali- Joseph Stlokney, member of the a
Ing a lUmped-addreiMOd admire sell control and wish fr-rtn ml s>
1 perfect coal firm of :tttlckney: Jonyngliam &; Co., H Patronage: appreciated. Prompt service, polite
BOSTON OFFICT!!-TUB EAST COAST A J>voOATB for the same power, but how many; of New York, died suddenly at his home treatment anti every favor consistent with conservative .
'," ho opened an ofllue at 404 Atlantic avenue, of us have the'strength to carry out on 5th avenue on Deo. 21s -'" ..,w banking granted.CORRE8PONDENT81 .
Botton, whIch will be In charge of Mr. Claude our resolves. For a few weeks we Mr. Btlckney was known as a "ooaJbaron" 4V'.nll '
of his and Phoenix National Bank N. Y.,
on account long successful Empire State
O.Walton. find It easy to live up to the prescribed career In that bunluess. lie wan g Trust Company N. Y., National Bank of Jacksonville -
h IrtW7ta + Jacksonville, Fla.
Address all communication tot rule, but when trials and the senior partner In a wholesale coal

i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, temptatious come, how weak we are house, possessing vast Interests In the 'i'ITUSVI] [ FLA. .
unless we look to a higher power anthracite fields of Pennsylvania, a big
F
TrroiTlLLB. FLORIDA. factor In the making of prices He was
I --_.- ---- for aid in our struggles against the noted for bin shrewdness and foresight;
S. Department of Agriculture giant forces of evil that are ever In business affairs, but above all, for the & Baker
v. ready to overwhelm us. Let us not fairness and honesty that; always characterized McMurray

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. be discouraged by frequent failures him. ,
life he liked.
In private was greatly
but try again to live a higher, Nearly HOO gigantic birds standing 8 to 10 feet
The following is a comparative state nobler life and do what we lIe belonged; to no fewer than 10 clubs. high,weighing 21 to each. Ostrich 401.414 East Bay Street, -. ",Jacksonville, Florida.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the purer, Among them were three yacht clubs : neitts,egg",ostriches sitting and baby,ostriohes
Deo. 8 1003. can to make the year better by our the New York, the American and the jiint hatuued. Makers and Jobbers of-
week: ending/ Tuesday, guides escort visitors through the farm explaining
--1903-- -1002)4T. having lived in It. Every good thing Eastern.A I' all about the birds, their nests, habits,
] .. IIA.X. MIN. MAX. KIIT. effort the few years ago he married Carrie plumage,etc.THE.
constant so noblest
comA by ,
Foster, of Waltham, a graduate of Loaelaemlnury. Vehicles Harness and Wagon Material
sa 23 73 74 !68 53. 71 70 Cl 50 characters are the result of a !She survives him. Carriage ,

115 76 72 08 60. continual endeavor to live up to the lie was born In Concord, N. II., May

26 77 58 04 45 highest ideals. So let us "look up 31, 18-10, educated In the publlo schoolsof MATTHEWS Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

rz fl8 41't 57 87 and lift up ; and lend a hand." the city and at Thotford, Vt., acade
28 70 44 US 40 Pirst-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
This has begun with the my.While
29 72 62 74 04 year yet a boy he commenced his busIness -
week United States enjoying the peace life as a clerk in the hardware store Launch
Total rainfall for the : .22
>
Depa'ture from normal rainfall for the and good will of nearly all nations of Moore, Cilley & Co. From there he Torpedo
went to the local freight office of the THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
week: minus 0.41 Inches. Departurefrom ,-and with considerable friendship :
Concord railroad, where he wan for a
normal rainfall since January 1,
Great Britain. The in
for activity
he
time a clerk. Later was station agentat
minus 2.11 Inches. .
UAL. P. HABDIN, Observer. every department of industry in the Lebanon. /
He then went to New York Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
nation is shared in a like measure city, as a ,
"- -- -- ---- clerk with an uncle who operated coal
the East Coast of Florida. Indications
"' REMEMBER, this ia the first day by business In connection with the Wllkes *
and prospects seem to barre mlnewi: From New York Mr. Stick
.r of the new year, so do. not write it view and Wllkosbarie and commenced Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
warrant a hopeful we ney went to Paving .....
1903. I trust the ADVOCATE readers may operations directly at tbe'mlnes. The

enjoy a large share of the good territory covered by bill operations grew Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville,.Florida. Telephone No. 202.
LONG-WINDED sermons are like to be an extensive: one, and Included New
ecUtort.lnot things promised! and that they may, York: and New England, with offices in J. K.WUNNERLTN': General Manager.The ; .
long-winded appreciated
one and all, have a happy, prosperous .Boston Philadelphia and Chicago.
by the general public.A new year. He was a generous contributor to re-

The year 190 Is greater than all ligious, charitable and educational projects A'Comfortable and Speedy Pleasure Oldest; Established Grain and Seed House 'In the State.
Happy New Year to Mr. and his latest beneflclence being a :.
the years that have ever been since check to aid In the erection of the proposed Launch, built In sizes between 17 and 7,')
Mrs. Henry M. Flagler. May they the world began, because they ,are Y. M. C. A. building.In .
feet In
live a long life of continued happiness. all dead and gone and this coming 1801 he purchased the Mount Pleas- length. YAAai1'W'm::: .. _.e.-Sours:: : & CO.
ant house in the White mountain, man Largest Manufacturers Hulls In Amer.
will be alive. It is not only
year aged by Messrs.Anderson& Pi ice which
alive! but it Is rich and with ; ica. Send for Illustrated Catalog
great
be remodeled and Improved in many GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS;
t As WE want to pay everybody promise and with possibility. It is ways, and made it the headquarters of and Marine Guide. ,

and start the New Year with a clean, the greatest fact in all this world of New Yorkers. His success\ led to the

out-of-debt record, we will esteemit today. Let every man who reads construction of the Mount Washingtonhotel THE MATTHEWS BOAT CO, Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
at Bretton Woods,which was r
favor if those who Indebted opened
a are these lines, every man in Florida, to the public In 1902: and la said to Basoom, Ohio, U. S. A.. ST. uorrra rsa 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
to the ADVOCATE office will promptly make a big resolution this day that have cost 1,600OOO.
nettle' their bills. the coming year shall be spent in Mr. :btlckney:; made a will, and his for Apt; for Purina feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

thought in labor, and in kindly tune has been estimated at from $12,000000 ,- liTHE ANHEUSER BUSCEL

to ( _
$20,000,001) Mr. --
No BETTER New Year's gltt could deeds to mankind, so that the world of kin, aside from his Stlckney's wife, are sever near.est 3! 3 8 lamJ7.BI :

be given to Tituavllle than the making shall be greatly the better for this al cousins three of whom reside In Concord Brewing Asso's.Famous ,

; of-' a division station at this year's existence. N. 11.The. r

point. There Is an old saying that Again In the melancholy clay St.Louis Keg and Bottled I Seed Potatoes. I II

"The Lord help'' those who help Is swiftly drawing near, Beer.

themselves ;" and the fact cannot When men will inlso their hinds and The course.Orlwlii of history of Atnrrhlnir.carries na buck Sold by ]Messrs.A.Losley and
Off far another [swear,
year- :
be disputed, that the residents of Will swear oil for a twelve-month more, no further than the year 1504 for the R. L. Motlow,Titusville,Fla./ SPAULDING'S ROSE, No: 4 $3.25 Bbl.

*'. Titusville have worked like Trojans And then, OH such men do. origin: of ;stiirchlng In London. It was By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cqooa: ,Fla. I BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00" iI1
to keep this town alive ever since Forgetting\ that they ever swore, in that year that Mistress Van der It I "
HEBRON, $2.76
Backslide In week II
the big and disastrous freezes. a or two. I'lasse enmwith) her husband from JOSEPH ZAPF
Garden and Field Seeds.
Flanders to the English metropolis "for 1

THE East Coast of Florida Is CHRISTMAS ia over, so we respect their greater Biifety" and, there professed Sole Agent. I' L. O.A.M:>EEl.ON": : S dsmAn: : 1

strides in all lines fully draw the attention of Titus herself a stnrclier. The best 114 I t East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
(
making great IJJi
villa residents to the condition of housewives of the time were not long 010 to 020 West Bay Street, L
this bas been
and section
not so In discovering the excellent! whitenessof
I their yards and streets. This is .a aa--f:
prosperous in many years. The the "Dutch linen." as It was culled JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the of the New _
commencement
have been and Mistress PluHse
orange growers going soon had plenty of
around with smiling countenance, Year, so get out your broomsnewor good paying eliI'll Is. Home of these be-

the storekeepers have been doing a old-and clean up everything. gun to send her rune of lawn to starch. F. A. LOS LEY

phenomenal business ; there seemsto Remember, "Procrastination is the i which she did FO excellently well that CARPET&

be more capital, more settlers thief of time." I It becnnie a xnylng that if any one sent THE BREWERY SALOON.
hoi n ruff made of
a spider's web she
and more tourists coming to the
would be able to starch It. So greatlydid 010 W. St. Jacksonville Fla.
,
East Coast old residents SCHOOL REPORT. Bay ,
every day ; her reputation grow that fnsblonable (My Fall Stock Arriving Dally,
are paying up their subscriptions, dumps went to her to learn the art -Imported and Domestlo-

new ones are constantly coming in, Following Is tho report of the Jensen nnd mystery of starching for which More New Patterns to Show Than Ever.

and it looks to us as If a prosperousera publlo 1003. school Only tho for month names ending cof those Deo.who 18 they Kindly paid a premium of U or (:"J, Wines Liquors & Cigars

was at hand for tho Indian I hiivw hen nel her. tardy nor nbxeut daring nnd for the set-ret of seething starch ,

River country. : the month and who have had ustiuxl- they paid glndl.v a further sum of 20 The World Renowned Anljeuaer\ Busch "UG-S I I :DCLTJGHS I I I

Ing In deportment of 00) per cent, or shilling Brewing Aeaociattoo's Famous Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season In sizes from Cx!> to 0x12. .New
above, Are entitled to enrollment on this
A TUB progress and prosperity Honor Holl. llrron'n Fatted Omamf. Beers on draught: Tapestries, New Body Brussels, New Wiltons, New Smjrnns. 31 y

edition of the The Pensacola Jour. Total enrollment . . . . 72. One of the stories concerning the friends, call took Is the largest. My prices are theMoweat. MattingH, Linoleums,

nal is upon our desk. It is composed Genorall\verago. . . .(16( 8 20. traditional dish. of roust poose on Michaelmas East Coast be sure to on me Portion, Shades, Cocoa Mats, Rubber Mats, Bath Room Mats and Art .

of seventy-two pages, well Intermediate, and Grammar Grades. day refers to Lord Byron when in Jacksonville.Hodgson \ Squares JQT" Will be glad to send samples and quote prices.,

filled with matter showing the pro. Enrollment . . . . . . 3J: says an English newspaper. The poet
always Insisted l In keeping old customs
grew and prosperity of Pensacola. Average attendance . . 33: 7-20 up Bros.
In small
:Many hall tone cuts and views Honor Koll. hot buns thluus. such as bating a:. E. CL..6.eE: : :,
cross on Good Friday and
grace its pages, which shows Pen- Eugene Backus. . . .
Ralph Racey roust goose on Michaelmas\ day. This EAU\ GALUE, INDIAN.RIVER, FLA. 27 WEST FORSYTH ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
sacola to be a place of more than Una Miller\ . . .Emily Hoartlsley lust fancy had a grotesque result\ when __
Marine -
common beauty and enterprize, and Lucy Hooker . . Jensie Miller he was In Italy. After buying a goose Railway. -
altogether, the progress and prosperity Primary Grades. and fearing It might be too lean Byron General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.

edition of this paper ia a Enrollment. . . . ,. 30 _fed It every day for a mouth previousto .Special Facilities.. Lumber and Building Material.
most creditable one. Verily the the festival\ so that the poet and tot Hauling Out Storing and Repairing
Average attendance . . .:SI 1-20 ,
present wave of prosperity touches the bird became so mutally attached '
nook and of this Honor Roll. that when Sept. 20!\ arrived be could Yachts and Launches. Saab, Doors and Blinds, Brick Lime and Cement Nails nnd Builders'
every corner great Annie Edwards. . . .Grace Andrews not kill it. but bought another and bad Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. Hardware, MASURY'S HOUSE PAINTS, F. W. BIRD & SON'S
country. Eugene McGeu\ . . . .Hoy Wolfe the PAROID ROOFING AND saEATIUNO PAPERS.
John Andrews . . ? Willie Wolfe pet goose swung In a cage under Orders filled promptly. Write u* for estimates.

THAT Jacksonville Is rapidly !Marion Mary Neal, Grace Colwell. Madge Waters his carriage=when he- --traveled.. E. BUCK, EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
Beardalky .Marlon Edwards F. '
General Office Eau
ahead is at Gallie. Fla.
pushing a well-known fact, GRO. II. HOUTKLLK:, Principal. Job Printing.Do Yards at EAU GALLIE. TITUSVILLE. FORT PIERCE and We Palm Beach.
and it gives us pleasure to publishthe MillS N KTTIK Jon Es: AsuUtaut. Stockton &; Budd Building, Main St., .

following notice, clipped from Jacksonville.\ Rooms IS: IB, 17. -
the New Yorn Town not forget the fact that at the AD-
Topics :
FLORIDA OSTRICHES.
"Jacksonville has celebrated its ,. VOCATB office, Titusville, we do job DENTIST. Hodges & O'ZIara.:

plucky resurrection from practical The ostriches and other birds and ani. printing or aa Kinds, neatlycbeaply and Crown and Bridge Work

destruction in a conflagration by mal, of the Florida Ostrich Farm, In expeditiously. Letterheads, Noteheads I Porcelain Inlays, ...Manufacturers and Dealer.|ln...

holding a five days' Carnival, in Jacksonville, are a great attraction to illlheads 1 Envelopes, Tags, and all other Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE
which representatives of the tourists, and Manager Win. W. Ford has kinds. High-class Plate work. Dressed LUMBER.
army been kept very busy of late attending to
and navy participated. The Regulars every detail connected with tho farm; a* Orange Box Heads: Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, eto.
marched with the militia of well aa looking after the well-fare of TTTUSVILLI:7: : x.rvE: Y LojLiii: : :. MIlII and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
t Georgia and Florida, and English all-corners. to any part of the State. Address: Hodges A; O'llara, Buffalo Bluff Jrla.r .

and American A_ branch farm will be opened on or .''IJ.;. --
warships led the about the 5th Instant at Palm reach so FEED AND SALE .. IijjB!; v SADDLE HORSES,
the coast line steamers in a marine hat all visitors to that far-famed resort

parade. The phenomenal enter will have an opportunity to see the os- ...STABLES... BUGGIES, } r. ..

prise of Jacksonville deserves larger trachea and other things of interest connected BAGGAGE no/ ht E. Vesey Hall:

recognition than it has received': therewith. SURREYS,
3-qy, JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, : Georgtana, Fla. ii
from the press and public of the TRANSFER and TURNOUTS of 41 West Bay Street :
North. Its people have splendidly FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRIN'tniaremember Boat Builder.
.
the ADVOCATE office, and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
'displayed the qualities we most admire HAILING, ETC.i ..all kinds.. :
Largest stock In this section of
country. ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.t
and
we should show that we
appreciate them." nrOLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, J. M. OSBAN & BRO. Established In 1868. i Write for Estimates. 1'
Cheap, at this office. I i I TITUSVILLEBack Of Geo. M. Bobbins' 01l1c.FLORIDA. Send for descriptive catalogue.
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COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 1, 1904 G j

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[OW TO SAVE ICE. Eden.- Fort Pierce. Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX, ,



Pines are being shipped right alofig. I J, S. Bell recently caught 1,450 mullet SubaorlptionatortheADVOOATE- nlI.. .. JBJEiicC>S.. ';,
D"
,
I)he question of economy on the toe bill Capt. John Miller spent Xmas day in one night. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be '

lone tbat appeal forcibly to every .with his family. Mrs. L. Harbin is visiting her son, received at tL" Melbourne PostoQIoo. WHOLESALE GROCERS 4

Jusekeeper, an well as to hotels, rea tau- John Saunders, Jr., has been calling on :Wallace T Harbin, for the winter.

its, butchers grocers druggists, and his friends in RICHARD W nO() .-Roal EstAte,
Eden this week.A Christmas day the Southern Vaudeville Notary
fact: to every merchant who consume rulillo and l Conveymntx'r. Anent for Anna, Fruit and Produce
In his business. good; first-class dinner will be served Co held two performances here to Liverpool and WndonandGlobe, Hartford amilYovlilouue Jobbers. w wl

Kuroerous tests and caretlll experiment. at the Wayside Inn on New Year's day. large audiences. Washington! Fire Insurance Computtie -
.
ttpnotal attention paid to the Interest +
is have resulted In the discovery of the Christmas has "folded Miss\ Clara Bell arrived home on Sun- *or nan residents.DR .
his tent"and
YIN ICE PAD whlcb, when placed and not up day, from Sebastian where she had beenon Corner Bay and Julia Sbl., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,.
!gone so "silently"either
your ice box or the ice chamber of very a visit. to her 'relatives. I.. A. PEEK-PHYSICIAN ANn SUHOFOK.Iteildenoe : .
refrigerator, will reduce the con Melbourne.' At Esc Uaillu, every
Jmption IIr of your ice 13 to :38 I.:} per cent. Mrs. John Richards and Mrs. Johnson Arthur Jennings recently brought afternoon. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED

la Pad Ic no I Ingenious little device, the will open up a restuarant andubonrdlng home a bride and hearty congratulation

bipliolty of which is one of its greatest house at Stuart next week. have been in order. Mr. and Mrs. Glenney are guests of PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY, 4

tommendations. All you do Is to place Rev. W. T. Lane held services In the Grand View cottage
The Sunday school sends a vote 6f Seed Potatoes Seed Peanut and Cow Peas In tcason.ffWo .
on the bottom of your ice chamber thanks to Mrs. E. E. Peabody for her Methodist church, Sunday evening, to a Miss Bessie Waters of Neptune Is the
3tli the Ice resting upon It, and it will of fairly large congregation. solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
for booklet.P. gift pretty Xmas tree ornaments. guest of Mlsa Goode.
Write
I the rest.
.. .. ..
Archdeacon B. F, Brown held service ---- -- --- --- -----
G. wALTON, AGENT. Archdeacon B. F. Brown delivered an :Mrs.! Van Winkle and daughter are the
In St. Andrews church after-
Titus vi lie, Florida. Interesting Xmas sermon In St. Paul's Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 'I'. Wells. Eau Gallie.
and I
Episcopal church last Sunday afternoon. noon; Holy Communion service on
Tuesday morning Mrs. Spangler:! and daughter Miss Em- r t

IRS. IDA D. BRUNERGeneral Mrs. J. II. LoTourneau, Reba and ma are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Barbara Miller drove to Fort Plerod' last Pineapple growers are quite confidentof Goode.A '
KGRAR8R: CHtTYLKR: M. U.-TcleKraph
Manager for the World week to do some shopping: for Knee warm, bright winter; and the result, ollluo open all night tau Uallla, Florid..
Kringle. should their prognostications prove correct number of Hotel Carleton's guests

Famoust33Lllu1 will be full purses next summer. are at present getting their meals at the
The Jensen, Waveland and Eden consolidated McBride bouse. Cold weather last Sunday and Monday
of Fig 4.v A meeting was held on Monday night/
public school will open again: to organize a band, under the leadership Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson wish to Admiral and Mrs. Hills are the guesta
For all ills of Women. after the Xmas holidays; on Monoay, of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert this week.
Jan. 1003. of Mr. Martin, of Chicago, who Is a flrstclaaa thank all who helped thorn during the
|All letters of Inquiry cheerfully aiuwered. bandsman. Twenty members were lire last Sunday night. The line carriage and homes of Geo
office at I'ark The MUnMH Una and Jessie Miller left enrolled. Success the band.
Local Cottage to
new Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. W Hopkins, of Bear Lake, are seen dally
on Monday night for Palm peach to visit
West Palm Bench Fla. John and little on our streets
their friend Airs. G. K. Andrews and The Masons held their annual installation Ferguson daughter are
Mrs. Henry Whipple. I on Monday evening, after which a guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Snedeker:) The German, under the direction of LOOK TO TOUR ETE3.

I grand banquet was /given at the Fort until the damage by fire, done to their J. A. Gilbert will come off next week If suffering from any eye defects or wee. a
West Palm Beach. I Nathan and Geoige Saunders, of Fort Pierce hotel, where 110 sat down to partake cottage Is repaired.W. about the 8th ln ,t. Bight call at my new well-appointed optl

.:.... Pierce, after attending the Eden Xmas of a most sumptuous repast cal Institute. /Special louse
--- Dow and : 'complete
II. of
i son Waukeegan
The Alice Ctipt. C. W. McXabb owner
tree, were the gees: H of their vounlii, Mrs. ,- grinding outfit In connection. '
The Entopla Club Rave a reception' W. F. Richards on Christmas night. 111., arrived lately and brought; a numberof carried' a Jolly party over to the Ocean
id(f dance In their newly-erected club I STOP It.-A neglected cough or cold friends with them. Mr. Dow will soon Beach on Tuesday I lost. DH. E. II. ARMSTRONG
New Year's night. A party of young people drove down may lead to serious bronchial or lung build a handsome cottage on New Haven 11 Laura St. Juckaonvlhe. Fla.
foms on I
I from Fort" Pierce to attend the Xmas troubles. Don't take chance when Fo avenue; the cement blocks are made and The Mensrs. Fink and Ronald, of Lotus ,

I Mis Iluel'a Vaulx Is at home for the tree here, but they got scamd at a rain- ley's Honey and Tar affords perfect security lumber ordered for same. were In Eau Uallle oD'1'uellda11l1st

liday season, from her studies at Pell cloud and went home without seeing from serious effects of a cold. !In Mr. Ronald's launch, Petrel.
hall Orlando. H.. friends The musical entertainment at Educational Rockledge.
JLtrfc r many Santa.
The German will come off on Friday
Hal laat
her abort social I Friday evening was a success. -
e making stay a very The members of the Eden Social Club Much credit Is due all who took evening, Jan. sib, In McMillan's hall, -

e.The are specially requested to attend the White City. part. The Eau Gallle Quartette broughtthe proceeds in aid of St. John's fund. J. J. White
j holiday season has been some- next meeting which Is to be held at the house down with their comlo O. P. Mr. und Mrs. G. W. Hopkins, of Bear I cottage and has occupied It.
fliat saddened by deaths. J. C. Allen, home of Mrs. S. F. Webbon Wednesday: R A.; and MissSpangler'iisoug' usual, Mich. the of our cltlronn -
Lake are guests
winter residents much Mr and Mrs. Oleson gave a very pleasant $ The New Itockludgo Hotel opened on
ie of our a man January 6, 1004. was well received.
Mr.\ and Mrs J, E. M. Hodgson
spooled and of marked ability, died one Christmas Eve reception to a few M t this ,week. the :..I4tb. ult., and hall several g toste

[ 28th at his home on the north shore select fllends.Everyone y
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can The Palmetto club' met on WtnlnoHday
Lake Worth; and Mrs. Ben Doster CJIILDRENPOISONED.-Manychild- of who attendedthe The Hotel Carloton, Melbourne:! ,
our people always be prevented by theuReofFuleY'8 for re-orguuUiUlou ami election of of-
ren are) poisoned and made nervous
s the sympathy of the public In the show In Ft. Pierce last Friday It was burned to the ground on Sunday
Red
say Kidney Cure. /Sold by Cross Pharmacy floors
Its of a brother, who came here for his and weak, If not killed outright, by mothers was n poor affair. night, also three other houses on the

Valth, but passed away on the 27th. giving: them cough syrups containing North side of the hotel. The Rook leilgo Pharmacy, under th'
opiates. Foley's Honey and Tar Is safe Since last writing Ira Lament who la management/ of I. Dossier opened on
I It is with much delight that the hosts and certain remudy for coughs, croup In the Hospital :St. Augustine has undergone St. John's church, Eau Gallle, has received Tuesday. > )
Melbourne Beach.
friends of Marvin Pope, a student inlie and lung trouble, and is the only prominent a very critical operation, but at a hanilsomo and I Ilery welcome donation -

Western Reserve at Cleveland, Ohio, cough medicine that contains no last hearing, is doing as well as could be In money from Airs. S. E. liar II. L. Lfigif! U busy preparing to openthe

lirn of the honor bestowed upon him, opiates or other poisons. Sold by Rod expected.Mr. bour, of Walden cottage., Hotel Indian River about the middle
O. B. Gibbs returned from short visit
* being one of six to represent the Uni- Cross Pharmacy. a of January, i
Com. Glllls has the launch Dawn on
and Mrs. Dutton entertained a few to Jacksonville on Sunday
krgity In the next annual debating con- friends afternoon. Mr. Dutton Hodgson's ways. He U having u new Mrs. E. Hornle anti daughter, Louise ;
Sunday
t$t. Mr. Pope Is a young man of un- Every resident on Indian River should
Jensen. ban abundance of and engine placed In the vessel. The motorIs arrived from Atlanta. Ga., on Christmas .
Isual ability and gentleness of manner, an oranges grape.fruit read the EAST COAST AUVOOATK.
still hanging on the trees and called the Booth Automobile Boat Eve. They are here for the season with
ripe
hick attracts and draws to
f
'm. everyone strawberries lust coming on. Mr. and Mra. II. Whiting gave a pleas ECngine., I.. deUlve.,

T. Byron and sister are visiting E. A. Our bachelors enjoyed their annual ant little reception on Tuesday evening, Eau Gallle\ turned out In great numbers S. H. Peck, manager of the Plaza having
Tbe Home Dramatic Club scored a IrelandMr. Christmas Eve at the bounteous In honor 01' their niece, Miss Sue Hop to the concert at Melbourne on Hut ovei'hauled his kitchen department
;
,illiant of the success drama in"Above both their the preaentans Clouds "- Stark and daughter are visiting upper table of our postmaster and his wife. It kins. urday: night last, the Eau Gallle Quartette I and put every thing in first-claim order i
> Samuel and Bethel Adams of having couple of selections on the i this popular hostelry now open.J. .
for Folletts
I the evening: of the 18th of Deo. The Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf.D. has been their custom many years to ,

it. proceeds were given to the rectory E. Austin and wife, of'White City give a banquet every Xmas eve to those Iowa, property owners at the bench program. 11. Baker, wife and daughter :Miss
nd of Holy Trinity church. jy! requestthe sped Christmas In Jensen. of our men who live alone doing their were among the late arrivals at Myrtle Eau Gallle's Quartette who Bang In Bertha, and Mr. and airs O. E. Bales, of ;

W. C. T. U., the drama was re- own cooking etc., and many of our bachelor cottage.R. Melbourne aid of theChautanqua fund A Aberdeen Mil., aro comfortably located

ated on Saturday evening the 20th to Christmas is over and we are wishing would miss their host and hostess W Beaujean ate his Christmas on Friday last, report a royal time. They In White cottage No. S, for the season.
everybody a Happy New Year. should they discontinue their hospitality.Mr. the of !aIr, and Mrs. W. T.
fair-sized audience and a very appreoiie turkey with his son, Claude, at Mel- were guests Geo. N. Hatch, Geo. D, Wool son, Mr.

one. The proceeds will be given Miss Nettie Jones left here, last week and Mrs. Harbrlcht, of Jensen, bourne, and attended the dance at 'Edu- Wells at the Carleton. Cox and Cb...". Hatch were oft Sunday

i the W. C. T. U., to aid them in their to spend the holidays with her parentsat came up Christmas to spend a few days cational hall. The Carlos, Dr. Booth's launch, la onHodgson's for tho went side on a camping and outIng '

rarity work. The young ladies and Waycross, Ga. visiting lends. Mrs. Harbrlcht came i 8. M. King's many friends on Indian / ways, having the new .engine expedition, returning on Wednesday. )

ntlomen connected with the drama H. Boutelle has to here about a year ago and almost help- : River will, \ be pained to learu of his serious placed Into position. Tho new vessel!
, Prof. Geo. gone J. L. Wilson received the news of the
than notice for '
serve more a passing ]lean Invalid, but now her health Is as speed. The Doctor Rod
heir dramatlo ability. Lake City, to attend the meeting of the it and she has gainedover Illness. lie Is with his sister at promised great death of his father, Alexander: Wilson
good as ever was Mrs. Booth will cruise down the coast ofage
North Marshflold Mass
Joseph Jefferson showed his ever gen- State Teachers' Association. 50 pounds weight. Say our cli- when the }launch lit. finished. last weok. He wan eighty-one years

ous nature by Mending his check for The JI'. E. C. Uy. Co. bas given the mate Is not a healtliy one, if you will I The beachltes-as ban been their custom : and resided at Stockton, X as. Ills
.':5, to swell the amount for charitable railway station platform four nice, large But you can not make Mrs. llarbrtcht for yearH-spend part of Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodgson entertwined father, before him, reached the age of

11poses, as well as expressing his hon lamps, which are appreciated.One believe that, or any of her friends either. enjoying a fine surf bath, the very on Tuesday eve last, Admiral ninety-eight at tho time of his death.

0(1 recognition: of our home talent. thought: of which will make their north snit Mis. Mills, leo. W. Hopkins, Mrs. Kills Luoo of Vineyard Haven Mass.
of the ADVOCATK'S Jensen readers The Times Union, of Saturday, comments ern friends shudder. llopklnw. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, M. Hodgson./ J
says: "The pink paper is an newsy and on an article In these items, of recent Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert, Miss Pasoomb anti and J. II. llernue, of Mlddlcton, Conn., ;

The many friends of G. U. Hansan, popular aa ever in this section and aa date, which slates that M r. Gustaf- Azlel D. Perry and wife, of Syracuse, Misses Florence and Bonnie Hodgson left the former plnce September 14th,

URlneer L. E. & W. R. R., at presenting an advertising medium It Is bard to lien sold 25 dozen eggs In Ft. Pierce for N. Y., are pleasantly located at Myrtle were among the guests present. the latter plane September iUnd!:! and.

> in Lima, 0 will be pleased to beat." 40( cents per dozen. They say something cottage. They have pent the past four arrived at Hookledgo on December 30tb,
now of his recovery from threatened must be wrong. We who have them to wlnterr In dllTeient parts of the Btute. Miss Kennedy, of Eau Gallle, and Mr. laving come the dlntanoo In their catboat

ninny disease lie wrltM: -'1 was cured Supt. of Public Instruction H. E.Mime sell, think It Is alright, and so do those :Mrs. Perry, who Is great! sufferer from But us, of West Palm Bencli, were quietly Walt. They remained' two days as

using! Foley's Kidney Cure, which I has donated another carload of shell to who buy them, as they are fresh. We asthma, finds she gets better results near married Melbourne Kplscopal' church guests of [I. L. LegK, manager of Hotel
'commend to all, especially trainmen the School-house: which very much Improves know of one lady who paid 85 cent for a the ocean. on fiatll.cJay: afternoon last. Rev. DuIOHO Indian River, a school friend of Mr.

hen> a>'e usually similarly afllicted. Sold the grounds: and keeps the sand dozen case eggs, shipped from Jackson performed the cuiemony. A few Lure, then continuing south( for Nassau,

y I Rod Cross Pharmacy, from blowing around. ville and had to throw five of them away. The of is Intimate friend wore present. Miss\ N. 1'., expecting, to stop on the way at '
prevention consumption entirely Kennedy ball been 1'. M. at Eau Gallla Palm[ Ueaoli and Miami, and will return '
returned well worth 40 cents.
home have Our
Many of our boys eggs are
of the
a question commencing '
for a long time, and has many friends in here about the 1st of March
from their respective schools, to spend
Stuart. proper treatment In time., Nothing la HOwell this town an.llo the whole Inclluu River\
the holidays with their parents. Masters A LIFE AT STAKE.-If but adapted to ward off fatal luug suction.

Carl Schuyler Rollins college. Frank knew the splendid\ merit of you Honey troubles as Koley's Honey and Tar. /Sold: "DARLIN'S RETURN. ."

0. K. Wood and daughter, Miss Addle, Waters and others were among them. and Tar you would never be without it. by Red Cross. Pharmacy,

ft, Wednesday morning, for Cocoa. One of Jas. Neal's clerks was missing A done or two will prevent an attack of I Indianola. -

Charles Dlakeslee caught C.OOUlbs.of for a few days-S. E. Smith; and to the pneumonia or la grippe. It may save Georgiana. 'Tin'" nix month (no weeks)nine liar visit\iogiM .t
It .l he'. "been tor
And
moina s gone over a jt''''Off {
leepshead, at one haul, on Monday af- surprise of the town he returned with a your life. Sold b> Red Cross Pharmacy. Miss Alice Sanders is spending the ",iiiHln In our room when I cnnnnt do ulie,
rnoon. lady, and the boys serenaded him one Christmas holidays at home, For I'm obillurl. with the atiumtpliera 1I0r..

night too soon. lie brings Miss Ida Bur- The present cold spell has done us no On the eve she departed we chatted and Joked, /
The Christmas tree entertainment elson, of Johnson Tenn., to Jensen, and Brantley.All damage up to Tuesday.J. Mrs. Wm. Gramllng/ of Miami, warn up And though" .ba was ulf for.a seven mouth'
well off very nicely. It was the best wax quietly married at Jas. deal's resi to visit her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. B. may,
f its kind ever held 'here. dence. The happy couple then went to J. \ Bruner shipped seven orates of Sanders: and enjoy Christmas with them. III y tnlnu iiHVeroonlured how It would wui.
buy packing and lookIng All the "..,., woe, ,r.a anilmuuth. Willie ulie'd bfl
are oranges hla fancy pineapples to St. Louis where
in of the Jensen oot- ,
housekeeping one
)Ir. and Mrs. Hancock, Master Frederk !after their bean farms. they sold for *:U, lust week. Mrs. Prince, of Eau Gallle, was the away
and Stanley Bitching called on tages.; We wish them every happinessand guest: of Mrs. A. S.' Humphrys several t rise for tint day .and mjr ant thought ar.,
lends in success through llle. Miss! Annie !Stewart: and brother A hunting party. of nine arrived Monday land week "wall.'
Jensen on Monday. days
Charles back Tuesday from Jasper "It ......III..tlll itlll hire, why, hover ImforaHmua
came
night und will duck hunting
go / 1 Kid, manhood hav ,
to
wa a or
Bridge Foreman Steinhouser Is here where they had been attending Tuesday with A. B. Carter and son, Mrs. Ualloy and Mix I Sarah Wardmale "Mare I known of .Hi.h gales. In home grown or out I
"King. in new vents In the F. E. C. PNEUMONIA AND LA GRIPPE school. d Hip down to Kau Uallle, on door" ,
( cared quickly by Foley's Honey George. with llaitratn Field In his sail
J bridge across the St.. Lucie river.E coughs 'l'uellchl.h thou hts.som to imine In an aimless refrain
and Tar. Refuse substitutes. Sold by Bean seed were so scarce for a while Mrs. HempHtead and children moved >o Simmons Is building a launch for"I'ort Red Cross Pharmacy. that they could not be bought for ten into Mrs. I'l rce'8 cottage, known as the the .aumf "4
. McPhersvn. He also has the dollars a bushel. That was the selling Smith cottage, Saturday so as to' bo II. It. Sturgis, after serving the plnuHiire.'' without, nonutmhln within,
'ioop' Doe, on the way She will have price wben there were any to sell. nearer to her father and mother, Mr. and [nillanoliioliurch faithfully tor the past sly joie this monotony keeps| (rowing tame, ,

llve-horse-power Palmer engine Install- Tibbals. Mr Simmon year and elicit, severed hU. connectionwith "Will she ever return?" I I. the question I auk, '
8. M. of the launch {
--I. Capt.!: Martin It last .Sunday, to enter npon the With no oliO to answer and noun to .uicgmit I -
Dreamer, of Melbourne, took quite a Grandma Munson who left here about work In the Interior of the state, where Yea, .ha aotna) lay will come And saaiu tu be) ;
John B. Beach, president of the East large party of tourists to visit Rockledge month to visit her daughter \lrl. his children. 1(1..1""A.
a ago he can be nearer to meat her w."Iruce.1 la
oast Fish Co. here Tuesday to Miss England: gave a small dinner party the 22nd Inst. Miss\ Kittle Martin you part up your
was on on : returned Sarah Allen, at Goodall, 'was taken lerl- bcI..t/. / ,
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tUmd to business matters concerning on Christmas day in honor of her guest, with them for the holidays, after ously ill, and all soon an. she wait" able to Intorheatt-t'w the ar5t one aha'U
"8 company, which has had an unusual Miss Miller. a very successful three months term travel, Mr. F. W. Munson went up and Saved From Terrible Death. Hpruood seaiAnd up /

'sal run of flab this week. Stanley Kitchen was visiting "Lin- of school here. brought her liorae. Ur. Holmes came The family ot M rs. M. L. Bobbltt, of 1 I'll learu steak. my tent thoughts,the bent '

wood" on Sunday, the guest of Mr and There was a dance at R. B. Stewart's down to see her on Tuesday of last week. Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and And I'd can Ilk. to command earn Any to move on, 5 I
t tfist
Mon-rin Mrs. Fred Hudson. Monday night and among those present She: la now much better were, powerless to save her. The most For I'm. welting" I'm 10n1(1DIf,1..r "Vulln'a '
P.
Mr. and Mra. Edgar Harrnor, of Wave- were noted, the Misses Rose Penny, Mary Cbaa. Wernlo/g/ arrived on Wednesday skillful physician and every remedy used Xmas 1 sia.irn.
'n' Mr. Kennedy shipped a lot of land were the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Tuten and brother, Frank, of Artesia, night./ lie has spent the summer very failed, while consumption. was slowly but

eliDS on Tuesday night's express. W. II. Harris,for several day this week. Cadet Rufus Tuten, of Bartow, Messrs. pleasantly with, friends in Paris, 111. surely taking her life. la thin terrible
COMMUNICATION.
Cbesser Wilkinson and others from hour Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
E. W. up About six week he was taken sick
ago
Lufton the 40-ton
owner of Captain and Mrs. Andrew went to and down the Island.Domestic with black which sumption tnrned despair Into Joy. The -
nuoner eryslpela came
? Carrel Farson, of Newburne, Palm Beach. Thursday to be the guests very first bottle brought Immediate relief and
C., was In our port on Monday and of their relatives there over the holiday near proving fatal, and as soon as he its continued use completely cured her.It's Rockledge, Fla.. Dec 20, 1003.
oeRdolY. Mr. Lufton Is looking for a Troubles.It wa able to travel he started for Florida.
In the world
Frank Waters Is at home visiting his He visited among his friends here until the moat. certain cure Editor Fast Const Advocate[ :
to fish house and think y
jwtion
; open a la exceptional to find a family where for all throat and lung troubles. Guar .
f lUrting business here. parent, Mr. and M... J. T. Waters. He there are no domestic ruptures occasionally Monday, when be left for Grant. anteed. Bottles Wct) and ;l. Trial I have seen several notloaw of the good,

Among the recent arrivals here is Mrs. will return to college shortly after NewYear's. bat these can be lessened by having Mr.-and Mrs. Raggett arrived several bottles free at at drug stores.TITUSVILLE'S eulllng from the consolidation of the I

'. a IIfeqong'V. C. T. U. Dr. King' New Life Pills around. Much days ago./ They have sold their place to chools In your district, especially regard

'is ionaryHantd rescue worker. Mr*. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Harris gave a trouble they save by their great work In Mr. Lang, the adopted son of Mr. Pierce, TRAINS.The to the transportation of pupil. I

bit Is visiting Mrs. Marie Johnston, on "Point Euchre" party on Monday evening stomach and liver troubles. They not and also sold most of the furniture In The schools In this district have been y

,revue D, and will be pleased to have for their guests, Mr. and Mrs. IIar- only relieve you, but cure. 23ct at all the house They are packing, ready for -the times of arrival consolidated too; but we have not been
,* served drug store8. the reserved and following are ao well taken care of. In the transporta-
who are Interested in W. C. T. U. mor. After cards, supper was in ShlfPIDg. thing. they ,
orlc. to call. the dining room at a large table, mOlt In a few days for Goodall, and departure of passenger train to and lon line, at least In this end of the illsriot. -

beautifully decorated In the Christmas where they 'will make their home. We from Titus vllle: .

color of green and red, and lighted by Dra1lng.Draylng are sorry to IMe' these good people. SOOTH BO into. Tbere are about twenty pupil living
A Very Close Call. candle which reflected Intoa They are loved by all who know them. from one and.a half to four miles, south
numerous and I 3:14
Miami : m
eI Leaves TltanrllU far p
stack to my engine, although every large lake of glass In the center. Music or haallnltof alll Inds promptly ruterm.Nslo poluu at | 1:1t. m from the school who are obliged to get
'n t ached and every nerve was racked closed a most charming evening. attended to. Meet all trains. Stove IN there (if at al1)) tbe best way they can. .
"h pain," writes B. W. Bellamp, a lo- wood for sale at all times. BED> FOUR WEEKS WITH LA wOaTB8017wD. This part of the district surely pay
motive> fireman, of Burlington, Iowa. E. H. HOLTEN, Tltusvllle. GIUPJ EWe have the following letter Lear Tltvrrtlle for jMkionvtll I S20 s m enough school tax: : to have some oonsid-
''was weak and pale without from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola, Ind. "I .n any ap-
*ate and all run down. As I waa about Wonderful Nerve was In bed four week with U grippe and .vllto. for Sanford .. 1 M*..mArrtTM It I* we help pay for the service lathe

!Rive up, I got a bottle of Electric Bit- I :I* displayed by many a man enduring To Mtuilcians. tried many remedies and spent considerable Tltturlll. from Sanford 12IIU: p.D1 northern end of the district, getting

-III, and after taking It, I felt a* well as pain of accidental out, wound, bruises, for treatment with physician, butI nothing for our elce*.
eter did In my life." Weak sickly, burns, scalds sore feet or stiff Joint A baritone horn for sale, nearly! new; received no relief until I tried Foler'i OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W Als The School Board has the wagon here;

, down people always gain new life Bat there' no need for It. Baoklen'] coat $25.00; will sell for '1 .OO. Can be Honey and Tar. Two small bottle of ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use and It ought to be able and willing to

'""gin and vigor from their nse. Try Arnica Salve will kill the pain and car seen at the store of this medicine cured me and now I use It by boat owners In the United State have It In service. Tours, etc., -

'>. Satisfaction guaranteed by all the trouble. It' the bet Salve on earth J', R. WALKED: A Co., exclusively my family. Take no sub Price $.00 and $8.00 each, at the AD- Joe. P..XTOS.EAST !'

"" Price :SOcU for piles, too. 25ct: by all druggists. TUnsviLle, Fla. .tltote*. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. YOOATB office Tltusvllle, Fla.



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,1. JANUARY 1. 1901.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE
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T 8 Florida East Coast- Rye

This Is kept there rain or shine is net' y

A crop that pays may not t er most. forgotten peeded. and left at botae whe r LOCAL TIME CARD No. 51. In Effect Dec.- ((5, 1903.IOUT"80UI'iDAIAD .

; pay a!* well as it should.Potash. Instead' of a rear curtain why DOt DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RE.\D UP.
stretch the oilcloth or canvas on a y "

M1, frame hinged at the top? It should b oyy ....811 Nil.III STATIONS. 1 Na.95 N..7S 1 IDally.

furhfchvd with stays Jointed Uke 7 4tia Dally Dally. Dully. .

those' ol a buggy/ top as represents $ F nylJl ...... ......... .Ar I 40. ., 30pO8p.100ea. !
-ii-- .............. > .
> I 00 110 O0a
awt P .1
In thee drawing. It serves as an .. ....... .S"Jack.ondlle..L. I 8Ia. IUp ai
.
al!1 mimt have. rain 'Af :: ...............:.In.A..l'u.Un.' .... ........:... .7eOa. afopE :
from sun
I Is a plant fnml which cropn lug aud protects pr 7 "j lOpsitIaa .................... U".tlIlK.................... .' 0 48. 37p i pr
I Without sufficient Potash to feed uponno when the driver la standing In market ep.U Ita .. ... It. J'.I..tka. ....... .. ... .. eaa3aa 0 10 Is

r reach that or'taking articles from the wagon. .. .1813P.Ar......... ... .... ..Pala. a.. .. ,." . ?.. .Lv -a. } P i I"I
no crop can ;ruo .11 rip {43 0 II t. L".. ... .. .. ..1.... ... Palatka .... ... ........ ..Ar" T OOa. 0 46 iI'-
x point where it pay* fifit. e (( ? k ( c e'I!! ..... ..l iO p i Ar...............Bas ateo..v .. ..e6'a a 8' o. l'J
have de. Apropos of Advice fray ,00. .8011 a Ly.. ...... ... .. ...8"n Mateo ...... .. ..... ....Ar II T II e 00 Ii 1
Experiments
that by following 1 a 1 ... ....... .. .....Lv Tili7 a ITirp J
value If It is evident 41 FJL U 5 ilfif; p.v..:................ ooxa. sp
h;' monHlrated the jl rule laid down by any writer In any;; '+ j. I p 00 ....... .. ....B..nn..a .f40aI... ....... 31p J pn3
.. .
iri. Oi'p. ... .. ;.... ....... Dupont........ .sSSBaxt26po
.
of Pota h. a magazine or paper you are Injurln tip... ..,.... .............Ormond.......... ..... ...... .a a 011 asl08p
n aa" .1 $3p ........ ........... 4118.. 8
II Up
t' dou't follow that rule and 1 It 1C ......... .......... d il
yourself Up .
....
..... 3
W.will lend tree 4103p. .Port Orange. ..... ... 411& '0 p iII
satisfied beyond the shadow of a doub .5 :: e3" .... ...............NwSmyrna."' ....... ....... ... 110. 8 Up -
n to anyarmer who to do tbl" I is it17asIUp .. ..... .Oalt lltll.......... ........... f' 00. s I 00\1 '
well being ... .
will! writ fur It, aliul. that It is for your ill: fsa 40. s 183 1 ................ 'l.ltu.'U. ........ .... .. illIG. s I 12p
and turn a deaf eaf .1 Ua... .. ... .. 3 alas 3 "
book that WillIvt or that thing do It Ie S p' .. .. ... e "Ii g
.14I1a.85 .. ...... ..Rnoklede., ........... :. ..... f348ae
the ..
advice to con .
... ..
it meant
( fasts In full to all well 1:1 '.... ............. \ .................. .. 1/2Oa/ ..12 '1Pr: .t.818a.0a
Strike out level path betweei s t 110' 4 '1J' Me ourn ,. /IUa.l1 37p .. /
a ..
( ERM\N KALI trary. .................. i
I I .8ana. / u 4a0p ? .... ...........:..el27s.11iia
and the do's pave It with ....... .............8.b&lItlan gi
don'ts
WORKSN. the ; \J .............. 1111 8& a fa la !iJ
; .
(l'l ...... ............. 8L LUI.I...... r C
VnrkM common sense have the courage of : 4 06. t 013 p......r........... .Ft. Pierce................... .a 80 el0 iSa -r;
e .4 has 1113" ...................... fU i.8. no 30a
and allow yoursel ............... .....Tlbb..I.
!N.rsas biral. or :your own opinions c I t 4 .lIalli 4P .......................Eden ............"..... .. f'l(10m/ .10 iSaI \ iilI '
Adinli, On.- to consider but one don't, to accept bu I 14 4. e. 0 11118 O1P ..........."...... Jensen e........................11 Oil p .10 Ste/ !r'.
22'4' So. Bread St. I-e I' 48. P .. ..... Stuart..1)1 'II p.1013a tt
....... .
4 one do. Tri-Wcekly Sailings f { 6704.9. 011 p ......... ......... hoboSound ...................t1119p1a4A. a !' :$. ,
M'I I500t732p.: ......'........ We.tJuplter.. .... ..... ...... -11 02 p. 811I ,
Two Good Hemaona). .r a m ................W..n Palm Beaei ................. .1p 90 p. I oo.o = i
YORK 5.' ..... .. ....J..t>.lm >>..ch..l! IOp.8DO. .. ;r
NEW .
;y Free and Generally one does not know bow BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and .....................Boynton ............ ........ .2flps0toe iIJ
Acce"'ted. Masons little he knows or how poorly he know) !! e640asTiSp........................ Deiray..9 8pS4aa 08. w i'

:", It until he has tried to tell it to others Calling at Charleston, -S. C., both ways) M:! ..................................Ft.. n.nan"ale..................... t 8 10 p a e T 0.0 a .
Also the way to know a thing well Ito ;;. ..................LemonCaty ................ ...s .'I 47p.e07a' r It
.... .... ... ....... x740psa31aSCILFDULIv5
Indian No. 90 toll, It sure to knowledge others. That tends to accurate The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Ser iic Ap...:...... .... ... MI..mt 01' BRANCH LINES.

.
Here are two good reasons for attending Southern Lines. r
and
TltnavllleLodge. and takIng The Clyde New England ORANGE CITY BRANOIL
River i ;, the farmers' institute Between BANE'OBD BRANon.
f Direct bervice
an active part in It, says John M. I e' o. o. s
I jrFlorida.. all Eastern Points Yom I Dil ST41'JO. Dati ni,
't /N Stahl in Farm Journal. Jacksonville Boston Providence and ball. 8TATJ01 Daily nn

Holds Its meeting' the leoond and north Frt 8" ......... Itu" e.........Ar .li'"eO ,
,
t flay of each innntb a"their room Indian Ulve (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) f1 114 a a+LY............Mlm..............Ar'fl2 S7p .. 8 f'I' .10111a L.Lv...Lake N. 8m el..n rna..AI'.Ar I e lug e ,1:I 008cc to
, Hotel.Titus 'tile, at 7i30 o'clock p. in. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKINC SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS III RS a I.y........... pereea .. .........Ar tit 12e s x1121. CIL,.. aop" 448.l.
, T. H.Handera, wonhvtt.1 Mauler. take Tasteless Chill .......... .... from Lewis Wharf, llontoi M a\ ......... .. "" .......... ell 00.. is 410p till.114/1n 11II. L".Or.n AI'. .Or. y..n .Lvl'12 liB"eO tip
) 4;T At.F. A e.Sam.Jitnlor, Morgan Warden.: .n.I When Tonic you because tho Grove's formula Is plainly Bonthbounil.Northbound.. ................,.. . .from foot of CatlierlAe Street Jack.ouvilir ell 80 e Ap........ .. Nr at p" ...... ...1.v e1D I 80. .470i" NII.l8 No.20NO.. 2Z

J. M.II.oo. Traamirer. printed on bottle showing that It It No.23 N.. 2* Nil.18 No.17 MAYPOB'r
I every I .
J. R.Walker, Houretar,. Johns River Line. I 1 I I Dally ieily.8andiyennday ,
tasteless St.
t .j. J. O. Hlaok,Chaplain. simply Iron and Quinine In a Clyde / ,DaiI7. ..D..Uy..8un'ANCH.: : nnl
f" V. AL Taylor' Heiiior Ixiaoon. foitn. No sure, No pay. I 50ots.Thine onl. ooly.
It.H.Mlm, Junior Douoon.J. (Denary Line.) ............ladianv0l. ...........Ir .. .... .. e 8 On a t0 pl.12 30)Ds )
, H. Walton, Senior Hteward. JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. I 00" 1111110 a I 133 P It 8 8 110 09 .I'L'......... .J.okwnvill......... ..Ar ........ e 7 e0: 04. 4 32 pa12 U".
po .lunlur Bttrward.I Said t>r Others.Too BETWEEN I oap .1418 a. I' e .. ..Pabl."h..L" ...... cTtuax400p.11iOe
A. Stewart, ....
A.
" W.R..l>el'tl. Tyl..r.V few of our sons and daughter.. Attor,St. Francis lieranford(Del.and),and intermediate land- a to ,p .1GII0. 0 101' e g 00 aLt...._...".-...II.n\1. "_h.... ... Lr........ f 7 16. f a G5 It nt f3.. .
.\. M. Wooton, Marnbal.PLANNING are found In the agricultural college, topping at Palatka 10111| on tbaSt.Jobu'Hldvur.STEAMER a,a a 00'IS p p .11 U4I113 10 a a t. .II 111 30 p p t It g g 8'60 a;u.. ...............",."' .................L" .. ..... e r 00 a. 8 .0 P ell W aThem

; _._ ----- --- -- "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.: exieoted to arrive and drptrl
-- be
{ taking the conrnos In agriculture.You 3130 m. ihow the tlrni-n at which train may
i. Leave Jacksonville Sundays Tuesdays and TliurBilays, p. Time Table at the tt w'"* sided 1* not !RUarantmd,
.
/ PROSPERITY.llama don't know It all; even Solomondldu.t. appointed[ Keturiilugt to all an follow leave i Sanford Mondays, WetlneHiluys and rldnys, 9:311 a. in. from nor due the.tee several Company utatlon hold. but Itself their re a.>non'rival lble nr departure for any delay or any oonvequenoe ariimg thr

The other fellows can tell you u :Oortb.; Bound from. .
-
i llama, Il8ol Read down. ... .. ............... Art ve 0 00 a. III PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
Jacksonville. .
the 1'ruitrniiimr. ...
....
Cornorlb on .. .
rand to know. .. ..
...
pocket
your Leave. 330 p. m. ...... ....... 800 m.Leave ..
...... ...... ...I'alatka. ....... .. ear. p.
........
:f., The first duty of every farmer uc- Chance fanning of any kind Is a Leave. 8411 p. nt ......................... ... Altell' ....... .... .. .......... Leave. 280 1"In. MIAMI-HAVANA LINE DIRECT.
of Texas 300a.0I. .. .... ..... Hb. Francis ......... ..... ...... Leave 1 00 p. in I 'Thursday Dec.mb.rl"1.1900."
the Via.
cording to programme thIng of the past' among enlightened Leave .aOa.m. .......... JeJ.aud) .. ... .. ..............Leav. 13 00 nom Effective from Miami ,
t and Ranch Is to provide for full Ench branch of I III Leave .............. ....l1ere..ord ( ......... ........Leave It 80 a. w 00 *ra
,. Farm farmers. farming .,......... S"nt..r.1.... 1 .S. ..... ... ,
.....
Arr'"e' S 30.. m. .... ... ... .... .. .. 10ooa.m.Gen'l ., Leave: M3amL Thursday and Sunday .... ......................7 0<1" a
hams smokehouses grain blue and founded everlasting principles.' ...... .......... ..........Enterl.rll8.. .... ... ... Leave Friday and Monday ................. ..... ..
upon m Havana .. 80
Arrive 10:00a.: I I Arrive } ......................... .... .. ... ..... 4 p m
I. cornerlb: ; also for all tho products of A loan who hue no pride in his bustne Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. bows Arrive H.afiaml vans.Friday.Saturday andMnndave.nd'tu..ilay. ..........................sWpm
orchard and garden that the family \
i ..,... Then ho la mire to havestrong should quit tbl'"u!IlnpI'8. r. IRONMONGER, JR., ABet.Gen. Pan*. Afft. 204 Went Hay St., Jacksonville. Vii. MIAMI-KEY WEST:: LINE.Effeotlve .
can consume. Jaokaonvllleroot
If making P. L41Y3 LL, fiuiioriutjniltmt
flndlnir yourself mom onvllle. O. '
/ COOPEaJr., Local Frt.AKI. Jark December 16, 10O3. ;
of wllk W. G. Fla. from Miami, Via., Tuesday (
.
teams fat hogs plenty I Hogan St. JackBonvllle. :
1 and cheese If be wants It progress!! In intelligence than In klud- A.O. H\OERTY. OenM EMt'n Panfi.A{t. New York. CLYDE MILE Gun. Frt. Act.,New: .York Saturday*................................i.. 000 amArrlv ;
and butter and
flees sit right down and think It over. KOKK. General MaUttRor.,; WM. f CLVIIBi .* and knows how to make It. lie should THKO. O. Building> ID State St..Opposite Battery Park New York. Key Went.Tuenday, Tbundar*and&undays.and ................................iSOaa 't
._ plan to have enough of nil these things O. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvllle! FIR.Atlantic l Arrlv Miami.*Wedne.day.,1'Irtday.Friday and Sunday, ................................... T Ou p m i iAn j i.

even It the seasons Rhonld be unfavor Opaaciures will be operated between. Key Wet and
I .. above Steamships
able. Then In*every favorable year he a cold In 2 i hours. Believes nualgla addition to Havana: : as. follovtre I

:P will have a surplus of several products rheumatism, bronchitis and head ......... ........ ...r...........8 opm .
j wUch but he1' may must soil have to thew.those who do not ure ache.and Comforting safe. The and best curative of all cold, swift reme-, Coast Line R'y leave rrlIt".D"K.y WMl.Mondays Tuesday. .,Thursday Wednesday* and and Saturday Friday .:......-......................a OOa m ,.

scow,
lles, because the moot .efficient. Opauo MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
for all those things .
: After providing 18 a small cbooolate coated tablet and Is Miami Fla., Monday D oe>m W".r-', 10O3. :
f land, be Effective from
whatever can
he plant
may wllh cotton for cotton old at 23cta a box. Red ;Cross Thar- The Great Through Car Line from Florida. ... ... ..... ..................,..HOOpraArlve :
1 i properly handle mac I r.e.9tlJIftooml. fieeral-erSl. i4 and Si .r. .J. ......... BOO
January t..... .. .. .......... P
salable for cnsli day lu the .MaHivU. Doo.bel.tll.1IG and .... ..... 10 W a m',
la every II......... .........-.J.. ..1. .
year. then If he manages to pay cash A Little Too Smart. TO THIS EAST. And thence I ln Arrive.>ave N..u.Miami.Deoerab J} .mbtcrll-t4!! .aT 90 and and Januarys Januaiy ...... ... ....... ... ...,..... 800am

for whatever he buys he has added an- "Oh, we've got an easy thing/ this Over Its own rails to (Savannah Charleston Pennsylvania, Richmond Itallroad. Washington, Effective: from Miami, :Via., Monday ;January *, 19O4.

otber eSRI'ntlnlllllatlllll'lIt1on and a profitable ilmeP, said the confidence man who vla.the : Thursday.. ............................... .........11 p m
one of a Buecexxftil farmer andiLhe Leave Miami. Mondaytand ...........................,........... ..100 ?
lad been prospecting for a victim. TO TIII3 WEST. Arrive KaaiauTu"""favo and Friday ........ .. ..,..........,..... .. ........ ...,1000aaArrive i
continues In tills course Ue Is sure .'Sure?" "0h, positive! Why. I've'ounded The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile &: Ohio R. R. r Lee. Ns.1cuWednoqdaysandSatuM.yU Thursday*and Sunaay....................",..... ... ............... a 00 a m
Miami
I to and Is on the proper road to
prosper
I up a fellow who thinks be'ltoo STEAMSHIP.? ,
ThU ID the to curtail TO THE EAST VIA Aoent.J. .
wealth. primer way Information address any
J r smart to be 'done by any one.- Boa- For copy of Local Time Card or other
< tho cotton crop and Insure 10 centsp Chicago Post. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York riilladeldhla ]!'LA.I I
Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE .
<< and Minors' Tranaporttalon Company
The successful\ farinor should calculate and Merchants'
.
aud Philadelphia.TO
that he will make not loss than

COO pounds of lint cotton per> acre. lie KEY WEST AND HAVANA )
con do even better than that. Twice Consumption IcFRomr : IIIl1JRII
Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company.
COO pound*-yen. three times and even

four times COO pounds-have been Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points
made. Hut to grow more than one COO

ruwnJ bale per aero one must know MILEAGE TICKETS.

hOw to do It. Those who don't know Salt pork is a famous old- Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of among l the prlncl

bow will content themselves with half fashioned remedy for con- pal railroads in the southern states, !are on ale by the principal agents.

bale per acre or less. It will be found For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. I*, or write

snore profitable to make ten bales from sumption. Eat plenty of FRANK u. BOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Tray. Pass. Agt
five acres than from twenty or tfilrty Building J JACKSONVILLE FLA.
was the advice to the 138 West Bay St., Astor
pork
acres. It will Pity to study Rome and II. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager.: W. J. CRAIG, Qen'l. Pass Agent.

learn how this la donE There are consumptive 50 and 100 WILMINGTON, N. C.SE.A.JB t t tfr

book and papers and station bulletins .
and farmers' Institutes from which years ago. 4tovc

learned this end at very very little much cost.more may be Salt pork is good if a man <>.A.R.I: > ;*

J Many farmers may find otter crops can stomach it. The idea I HARRhYC

that pay better than cotton. Such behind it is that fat'' is the AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR i lJ
r -farmers should give their attention to >

those other crops. We knowmen, who food the consumptive needs .

are every year making more clear caul
from alfalfa than any man could make most. -

from the name land planted to cotton Scott's Emulsion the modern SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND ,'* -,ln6.ftZ
.and with ultimately less labor and out. S'INt"J
]BT. Alfalfa Is not the only crop capable .method of feeding fat to WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK

of yielding better profits than cotton the consumptive. Pork is too '
la fact a large majority of our

most successful farmers do not grow rough for sensitive stomachs. Two Elegant Trains Dally ,

4<1tton. Scott's Emulsion is the most Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. For a -- NA 4YAIXAfl!

r The Farmer. Market Wagon. refined of fats -especially MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT\ SMOOTH RUN
Fanners who regularly take produceto
market or deliver direct to customers prepared for easy digestion.I ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.

should hare a wagon fitted Such withcmvenleuces Feeding him fat in this SOUTHERNRAILWAY
for that purpose.
an outut adds much to comfort Rod way which i is often the only For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent ?
Seaboard or write
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la the long run saves expense says aNew
England homestead writer In describing way, is half the battle, but A. O.. MA D<>'NEr.I Asst. Gen. Pass Agt. |S. C. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt. To

the following devices: Scott's Emulsion does more JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA WASHINGTON NEW YORK II ASHV1LLE and

the Instead whip of or wrapping leaving them tho where lines about they than that. There is some and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C.

thing about the combinationof CINCINNATI, CHICAGO "THE LAND Of THE SKY"

_._ -LLLt &- cod liver oil and hypophos- 'alar- The NORTH and WEST., j s.! liThe Sapphire Country."


TTLLTTLL -= rN- phites in Scott's Emulsionthat H.e D..Ia >Bicainrf ts.fa.Om Carpo11martJaw .

puts: nrr.v life into the Inverltabledragonofill-health Itlcaves Inlwnath All 'Z'....... The JsaD.sovTur. .
more phy.leal w.k.than probably any other one dl..

weak partan1 has: a special "t, eaeepoenllartoAmorleane.WtiYt 6lmplrbeosuseapoa the tin IlIdlcatloq w RAILWAY 11. P. WIT. D1rrM Itis.r Atva/.
of the malady the Iyat..m I. u.u.Uy ecou..041 I Dl w. liar..... oJ oas.naa.h Int.V. .
action th disC\1scdungs. inine, or thai deadly mineral. wits .
on : qu calomel -
-M- Don' Do It. It's Dan.rou., ia .A.7Y.a", P.T. M-N.Jreh.' 0.4 1I.-4.1o.4lloa..A.a: -1 Do aly.
Y nec+unryeither." We ........ vulJ Kuar.nteoHERBINE Unt at all ..H.T..nee. A.Go y.A.Aetr.a49.. I,.)
I A simplewitl beSent

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FCAUB* CtBfAtN-HOLLlEU.oflten LIB HOOK. CXIBBELLA .'0\,. I .Hj' lira> in t ttuit t it kiwi ells. "sMen*thtW&&A lae _....._braenaya.d_ ramA.rm.vCUaa pamly heb.L ...flu any alt term'he et:!I'rtu.euTaM. etrd tt:: L 3the i I. ea. v M -. .v k.. j ti.. 'y' 1.1un y and Tar

get beneath the horse's foot, why ..." .- "' VWy ....111. 01 or.rw j.liiie..kl"jtoe yaoddw reee ho Al..two moot h"'lnQ a.ilve"Inv iworld.. cure ':olds prevents pneumonia-
.v.l."M-ubuy. JOo
not have a wire book fastened to tho .r > I per bottle. All Drudgbts. =::
f* so b: rr & -----
wagon overhead aa. shown In the cut.

It can be easily made of stiff: fencing Blli.Wffl.wl BOWNE,
wire suit secured on the WII OIl. K$+x& CH'BMISTS.4rt I THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

At ono side near the top two other. ,_," 'i s*earl St., N. Y.

t hooks, tlnrllurly fastened to the fl bows. A 4"+4vyI ..'oc.. and $11) all druggists. KEDICUOSS PJLIAIOIACY. ,_ __: All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.'i' .
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JACKSONVILLE. I In filth way lu hnixvi to convey; the im JENSL::N, J, .
1'I1'Ilon! that, .bo had been murdered
A WELL LAID PLAN

WINDSOR HOTEL . and his hndy spirited away in a trunk.Aimer WAYSIDE INN JEN3KN, FLA. '
Morgan' received a reward of
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Centra of Pineapple Belt. 1
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S $1.000 frog the hunk: the $T50: was re
T, 'RnF.sT AND BTCST VKTMOTTVr HOTVTh [Original turned.Th rnshlor\ wa convicted. d.wr UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. "TO: I II,
In the autumn of 1820 the landlord \
I.t'Cno YO WILLIAMS. Choice location on tho banks of tho Indian River. Near the ocean. Large"* J 1
of the Essex tavern, midway between
grounds with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting Terms, t 8
'" New York and Morrtstowu was shutting Irvine's Wafers to $3.30: : per day. Special weekly rates .JI
his .bouse to I
up preparatory gPtog
are a true remedy for all kidney diseases, CHAS M. COSS, Proprietor. \
to fad when a traveler rode up on
from its most simple form-pain In the ,
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horseback and demanded a Dll&bt'llodging
back, to Ita worst and very dangerouconditionBrlght'e
WEST:: 1MJUU nl ACU. :
lIe was apparently about fifty
Disease. We mean tY
,'::1'IT Y
years old. with grizzly gray black It when we say they will cure you, and

hair, a full beard and mustache, both we would not say Is If we had not confidence !
0a with lIe carried In them which Is the direct '
tl sprinkled gray. strapped result Hotel "The PalmsWEanAL"
bundle of of their In I BEACH, FLA. ail
w I behind bls saddle a wrapped our knowledge cures case '
m II that seemed almost Sold at'
r In paper, which he unstrapped and hopeless

I brought Into the house In lieu of bag Wets a box by Bed Cross Pharmacy. A home-like hotel wall appointed giving the comforts without the cost of 't

gage. Before going to bed he depositedwith .' the more expensive ones. Fronting on beautiful I.akeV'orth, opposite tho
Where The.e' n" XVIII Th r a War
the landlord for safe keeping $750: Royal Polnclann Hotel. White waitresses and cooks from White Mountain. 1
,
< In bllla, saying that be bad drawn "One of thorn" things which go to Electric lights and bell*. Cuisine the very beet Rates, $2: to !$3 per day..
show where there Is a will there Special by the week. Address PALMS West Beach Fla.
It from -a bunk In Morristown during "THE Palm :
a U Is well exemplified by
a way u
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the day and had noticed at the -
happening 1n a certain southern city
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teller's window a man In a
brown overcoat a young beaver hat, tan said a well known former railroad THE PARK COTTAGEVE T PALM BEACH, FLA. ;',
man "A man before his marriage Mid
gloves and a single eyeglass-some .: .
purchased a beautifully located lot In
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thing unusual In America-who cast a
the city ftMiiftery and I'nlth$t((10 for It. Now Open. Under new management.
covetous glance at the bills. He had .'i'
After awhile lie married and some tenor
met the same man on the road ana Overlook Lake Worth. 'r "
twelve years afterward died and "
DODGE A CtTLLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. was sure the fellow was following him was burled In the aforesaid beautifully Transient Rates, f:2 to itf.ftO: per day, r .
to rob him. For this reason he desired 1"
located lot, and his grave was carefully Rates.
Special Weekly .
In bU ?
the landlord to put the money .i
tetuUsI: for awhile by his widow. : ,
safe and give him a room which couldbe When the big fair came otHn Chicago MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress ;,. :.\.;

both locked and bolted. Ilavlixj and all the world route to that 1. '.
IDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. was en ;:
seen his funds properly disposed! of. he "
Mecca the! widow took a notion she .
went upstairs. WEST PALM ,
must see that show. Aa a result of n LaGRANGE-SEMINOLE HOTEL DAEACH
The next morning about daylight a [ .
long cogitation over ways and meanashe
the tires
who lighting
housemaid was
had thebody or her deceased husband Lake jy i .
saw a young man come downstairs ;Frontlng on Worth overlooking. the Royal Potnolana.
Opposite postofflce; Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- with parcel under his arm. lIe exhumed and .rallrondod fifty f
a
paper miles away and rebnrled at a cost of MRS. GEO. C. LaO RANGE, Manager. 4
had on a brown overcoat, n beaver
I about $i5. when she sold the cemetery
novated. Newly furnished.. ? throughout.- Liberally conducted .,. hat, tan gloves and a single eyeglass.breakfast lot for $000 and had a good old American Plan. $2.00, $2.50/ and $3.00 per day. Special 1 low' rate by week or
down to
When a guest came time at tbe big world's fair. Somewhat month. Accommodation! ). Open the entire year. N

Rates $2.50 and ...... \ he reported having heard groans of a financier, wasn't she?"- .f
per day up. to be The standard excellence
In the next room, which proved same : of oulslne maintained which made

the one occupied by the guest who bad New Orleans Times-Democrat the aGrange-Columbla> Hotel, Arverne-bythe Sea, L. I., the \ :" M

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. deposited the money. The landlord most renowned aud patronized seaside hotel. ,I' j

hurried to the room in question found Simple Colds.

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It locked, knocked received no response Cease to be simple, U at all prolonged : : ----' I ,
nAY
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gained access through a win- The safest way Is to put them aside at COCOANUT OltOVlS, on JUSGAYNI2
West and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE .
WESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay dow opening Into a court and found the very beginning. Ballard's Horehound

FLA. no one there. Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause PEACO.C- -K .C oanutOrovoFla. 'Y't

That the traveler had been murderedby of colds. 25o, 6o() and $1.00 bottle at THE INN On Blscayne Bay. I.
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllln.SttMlr j.1 t
the man in the brown overcoat The Peacock Inn is the most southern hotel on the mainland of the United! ,1;, '

ed this season. Fine cooking/ and good table. Hot and Cold Water would have been: accepted bYJ.Yery one 'I'lemlo't. KIUJ. States. Open all the year. Situated on { Bay, at Coooanut Grove.* ;1
had any plausible theory been) hit uponas If hiMtciid of .huotlng I the bird, Fit,. Finest. climate In the State Hunting, Fisting, Boating. Headquarter f I'

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All to what had been done with the scotching, the Mil II Ice, smashing the of Blsoayne Bay Yacht Club Rendezvous of sportsmen and yachtsmen UBlscayne ,i 1'
however Day Write for terms and Illustrated booklet. '
body. This difficulty was. .
I beetle and plucking the tiny life out
11'. SC11N KID Kit: A SON
street oars pass the doors Rates, $2.00 to *2.BO/ per day. partially obviated by a porter's state of the butterfly wi were to watch anyone O. Proprietors.

ment that be had met a man In the hall of then creuturvs! on n summer ". .. -".- -- .. -.... .. .. .....------' '

Mrs.. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. the night before who had notified him day the "day would pans like an hour. ORLANDO.
that he would require his services In Nrt
so packed with exciting experience .It !
f
carrying out a trunk the next morning. would Through what mysterious
seem.
235 West Bay St. It was auunmed that the murderer coverts of the woodland. Into SAN JUAN HOTEL ORrAIDO, FLORIDA. 1
The Everett
Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. had found some other means of removing what a haunted underworld of tnnnel- :, (
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the trunk which must surely have ed banks and hidden ditches and secret ,

contained the body. Curiously enough passages the snake would show -NOW OrE > J

Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and.Renovated. us soon as this phase of the mystery ua the way, nnd we! should have t '
appeared people ceased to speculate up- hearts If thus watchedIt I Electric Elevator. Room With Bath;
Newly Furnls led. Rooms only.W. strange as we .
on who committed the murder and began Its did For write "t'
WINANS" through mysterious day we rates <
G. H. MASON
Manager Proprietor.
how the trunk containing '
to dispute upon
not find our dislike of the clover little
out of the betel HARRY L, BEEMAN, ., .,
the body was got
creature: dying away and even changing .
ST. AUGIUSTINEBJIEDE)6' without attracting attention. It hi Into h deep tenderness' toward the Owner and Proprietor., ', ,... )

not the soluble that Interests people-; It small, self reliant life so lonely n speck -- _.. ..:._ ._- _
is the Insoluble. of existence In so vast a world.-Suc o m.-- 'tl.:1. : i
There were no organized detective NKW .

[yon : ) agencies at that time but the landlord cess t I '.'. I II'

of the Essex tavern could not rest con- California Prune Wafers, '

tent with tile matter ,unexplained so : Hotel ti
Purely vegetable, they are nature'sproduct Marlborough
offered the $750 left In his! keepingby ;
ho
KINO AND ST. aeoROB STREETS! ... ST AU'GUSTINE FLORIDA should and should be In every house- ? ,
OPPO91TLTPOSTOF -'C6a nU PLAZA the traveler to whomsoever( hold. They cure constipation and all

Mont ....nt..llo".Uon In the city. Strictly reproof. Sixty flue rooms well solve the mystery Abner Morgan1 a disorders of the stomach, liver and bow. Broadway 10th :7th Streets, NEW YORK.
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furnliihed. Booms ouly. Open November to Jun. Address as above. without took
youug lawyer practice, els. 100 wafers, JJ.Icts.: Keel Cross 1'har.many. .
___.. -_- __ the matter up with a view to reaping 400 RoomH. 1200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights.: Conducted ,'
--T the reward. lIe discovered that three on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal .
supervision of the owner. I
TITUSVJ LL.E.ONTIIKiyUIANRIVER.. I'
'weeks before the disappearance of the Really inllq.e.Ao E. 8. CROWELL, Manager. I
stranger at the Kssex tavern the cashIer excellent! plaster| of purls ens' ".

Jt'rDJ.A: .EJ7"EJe: :: :HOTEL:' of n bank in New York had defaulted may be seen In OIIH of tin Egyptian

with all the currencyin galleries of the tlrltlxh museum of the '
nnd run away A )
Broadway and 41st Street :t, ;?
the sate, some 20000. But the famous H.vcnrnore xfntuette- known as Hotel Vend orne h

TITUSVILLE, traveler had come In on the road from the "Sheikb. -el-BeIP4T." or "Village NEW YORK CITY.

FLORIDA. Morrlstown. The cashier was a man Sheikh." The orlgliuil dates from 3000 fd:

of thirty-five and sandy haired, while n. C. and Is still In perfect condition. F1RKPKOOF. :ilOO room, single; and e:suite, with private baths and toll

t the traveler was fifty and dark. The although It Is the oldest known specimen rooms.. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.BO\ ; large rooms $;J' and with

J. (}. BAST, Proprietor. supposed murderer was very young of wood cnrvlug., It represents( an private bath JU.fif! ) jxy day and upwards. The management U under the pe. i

also dark. Morgan on account of these overseer of the workmen engaged In sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK OHUKN, Manage k
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discrepancies gave up the theory of the building the pyramid clone! to Bakka- _-_.. ._ -- -. ... .-- '-
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LI.DUCK SHOOTING. murdered traveler or the supppsed rao. where It was discovered.-London T'F
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i and FISHING. murderer belilg the missing cashier News. '

and turned his attention to hunting up <> S.A.LE. ". D'
Rates: $2 50 day.
per the real cashier with a view to gettinga Irving's ISiicliu "VVnfern

$10 !and $12 per week. higher reward for his capture offered cure scalding urine, backache, rheuma-

by the bank. Ism, nervousness love of sleep, sediment .
Hearing of a man living at Albany. In the urine, renal calculi, dlauetn and and
KOCKM2DOE.: N. Y.. who was unaccounted for though all kidney troubles, Including Brlght's Hotel with Seven Cottages ic

he did not answer the cushler'H. descrip disease. They are purely a vegetable Acres of Land. .':
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*........+.............0...+*............+.......... tion. Morgan went there and found one compound blood act vessels of the kid- .
ed I tissues and v" '
time and then -\
whom he watched for a
and urinary organs. Hold (iOcts abox ..
I taking; his chances as to the man'aidentity. ney by Red Cross Pharmacy, "
Plaza Hotel arrested him on ft trumped up

i i charge. Aa Boon as he got his prisoner Killing Shark br Klaotrloltr.<<

to: New York he sent for the presidentof In the lirltlxh! nuvy the engineers I
INDIAN 1 I RIVER. : tool -lodgo, hit),. had been robbed who
the bank that hare a rui'tous WilY of killing sharks 'Y i

: "THE GREAT ORANGE GROVE i at once Identified the man as the minIng They sent I up a dynamite! cartridge In

: I RESORT OF FLORIDA." : cashier, though he was "made up" an empty; can and put the cnn insides

.. to: look fifty Instead of thlrty-flve. Then lump of |H>rk. The pork Is thrown

J A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of the famous Indian tho; culprit broke down and confessed. overboard, on a wire which has been in inIt

River, in tbe midst of an !80: acre bearing orange; grove.; Steam heat In i This. was tits story: connected with an electric! battery i k
every room, suites with bath ; filtered rainwater; location 'conceded by After the robbery he lay In biding When the shark takes the bait, the ; :

everyone the best In Kockledge; East Coast Railway depot In the hotel for awhile in Morrlstown, but as be engineer presses a button which explodes

: grounds. Oranges: free to the guets. Liberal management: and rates. was In danger of discovery left the the cartridge and kills. tbe fish.

: Accommodation for evening on horseback having ,
201)S.. H. PECK, Manager place one -r I
concocted the following plan to become Willing to Waive 'Ttial.

.. Summer Resort-THE- resort NEW of the Ureat ARLINGTON Lak.._Open HOTEL Juno to Petoskey October Mich. 2IsOMitag lost to the world: In his paper parcel he "Miss Angellne," began the poor but

+*.................................................. carried the bill and articles for din- proud young man "It I were In a position .
guise. Arriving at the tavern he deposited to ask you to be my wife" ,

the $'i"JO! with the landlord. IntendIng "Good gracious Mr. Thro IIoor' she

to leave It there to I strengthen the exclaimed. "In a ponltlon The Idea! I n.S t''v.

New Hotel. suspicion of murder for be would note Do you think I would want you to get R' lx
Rockledge
, suspected of leaving/ such a sum unclaimed down on your knpesExchange.. t 11 at J' '
If be were alive. What troubled t 4
him most was bow to throw the State of Ohio, City of Toleda, I t'll

police on the wrong track concerningthe .- Lucas County. J Located at 8ARXO, three quatera ot a mile south of EAU OALLIE FLORI d
makes oath that he Is
A. man murdered I.i not an. Frank J. Cheney leaa than half. mile from the Indian Rlver/and two
ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER body. tbe senior partner of the firm of F. J. DA, on the Eau Gallle River, a 1' i
easy thing to remove without the fact Cheney fc Co., doing business la the city and a half, miles from the Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south oB t'

being known. Meeting the porter the of Toledo, County and State Aforesaid, Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adJoining I

night before In. a dark part of the ball and that said firm will pay the sum ofOne the property. Buildings erected In 181)0) and some of them have never ,
Orchestra Etc. he could. be only dimly seen. It Hundred Dollars for each and
Casino, Bowling Alleys, where every been occupied, the original owner having died a few'months after their completion. ,
occurred to him to engage the man to cftso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by The hotel was opened for about two months'prior to the owner's death, aarflbaa .
i This link In his plan the use of Hall's Catarrh Core
the trunk
substantialmanner
carry erected In the most
not been need since. All tne. bulldlnRS: were
H. R. SHARES Proprietor. which he considered at the time the before FRANK and subscribed J. CHKVKT.Sworn .In and are now' la excellent condition. The hotel and cottage are complete 'I
to ,1
weakest proved the strongest Having this 6th me day of December, ly furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been used. There are two> '
my presence,
entered his room. he waited till Just before A. D. 188. A. W. GLKASOX, artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc. j ,

daylight then groaned londly, then (Seat) Notary Public. The property coat the original owner f-j1:
made himself up aa the man In the Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally above cut fairly represents the property. .. I t

EAST PRINTING OFFICE. broyn overcoat whom be bad concocted and act directly on the blood and n>ucoua For particulars apply to or address, "

COAST ADVOCATE b a part of bIB plan. let himself surfaces of the .'.tem. Send for EZRA FnATCH D. L. OAULDKN, W... A. WARNOCK, '

down to a lower story by means of a testimonial*, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Caretaker on premises Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,

ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. lightning walked downstairs rod and. entering meeting;a the window maid., Toledo ta11 Family O. Sold Pills by are drngzUU.I the beet. =' 75cts.! J:; Eau Game Florida. Tltuavllle, Fla. Jamaica; N V




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ADVOCATE, JAMJARY 1, 1904.
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SUNNY STUART. J. K. WALKER. H. B. JIAOB. I I n
THE
IN
rr CHRISTMAS
4 ,ONE CENT A WORD LAND. With permission of the editor, of tinewsy '' 'ter :..
: pa.perof Florid,
l and popular pink
/ I want to tell your hundreds of EaBt J, R. WALKER & CO

Advertisement In this column will be Tltuaville and Other East Coos Coast readers bow the majority of UI
at Stuart. Well we _DEALERS IN-
hTS Inserted at the uniform rate of One i, spent Christmas fine Christmas tree,
Towns.! had
certainly a very
Cent Word.. No advertisement<< ,hoe contributed. It
all of us Goods
ever small, less than 20 cent, rath in to which nearly Investment. To Dry ,
be a good
to
advance each interllon. Orders for dii. What ('he AdvcMUkta' Correspondents Bm, proved the recitations and songs of
listen to
made in wrltln\ .
continuance must be ; About It.
the bright little boys and rosy-cbeeke :Furniture
to '
check order or stamps
Hend money ,
ANCEi In Titusvllle girls-of which Stuart can boast many-
EAST COAST ADVOCATES,Titusvllle,Fit Christmas Day opene I and ,
bright and sunshiny. The day was the 'with their smiling countenances
warmest since the early part of November I twinkling eyes, was a groat pleasure to Shoes etc.
E. WADDELL, MIAMI, real tate and the thermometer registered 80 I the old folks. There were so many pec ,
dealer, ban some choice bits of roal degrees In the shade. Lighter clothln. 'pie on band to see the tree, that all

estate for sale. Call upon him was donned, and many left off eithe 'were unable to gain admission to the AGENTS FOR-

ssf4.pMNP their coat or vest, to try to keep a few church. The little folks went through
, I TWO THOUSAND AMOORIRIVEIPrivet degrees cooler. Doors and window tbe exercises very creditably, and we r<-

CURED $23..IX) per 1.000; Strong plan ti were thrown wide open, and fires wer gret the crowded columns of the AovcCATB CONTINENTALTAILORING
'WHAT CAN'T BE L. CAMK/IOX: the fceetlsman given a wide berth. Christmas Day was do not allow this correspondent to
MAY BE ENDURED'' Jacksonville, Fla. grand day for sailing, riding or drlv mention each boy and girl Individually, CO.

fog, and many took advantage it. 'rhe However, I may say the applause received -
and Mrs
launch, 20 following day, however, was quite cool. by Miss Florida Kitching
the Wanted to buy a naphtha
If you're Insured, for then wiping was well deserved. Of CLOTHES.
Must be In perfect cot From early morn until late at nigh Frances Stypman:: TIlE BEST
house shop or factory by lire to 23 foetlong. Instrumental must
out of your the small boy was made happy-ant course the vocal and
dltlon Address E. O. liAYLRR,
moans only a tempOrl\rylnconvenlenco- miserable b excellent. Among the talented and
Fla. of tbe older ones ; was
some
your loss Is made good and you can stat 2t Rockledge, t.he. continuous din of giant and other musical ones were Mrs. Chas. McPher- John R Walker & Co -
afresh with tbe money any of our staunc EXCHANGE for alaunch,7a fire-crackers. Several of our stores kept son and Mr. and Mrs. Hancock and son

and sterling Insurance companies will FOIl SALE acres OR of Land on tleba.tlanIUver. open part of the day, but the. ADVOCATe Thanks are due the above, and also Mrs. TITUSVILLE.
pay you promptly on proof of loss. all day t.battbe for her endeavors In making
so Hogarth
Halt hammock, halt pine. office was cloned tight ..
.i \ Branning Morgan, P. O. Box 121, office force could go off and enjo; this enjoyable social affair In addition tbe grant to< +....1111N.*+..+..+...1++.1.....+..*.+....... .+...
were it surely was.
2t Miami, Fla. themselves. Several dinner parties success Frederick A.Morgan, Manager, Winston 8.Bntnsing,Treasurer
Fire and.Life Insurance Agents; given In town by our residents. the many useful and ornamental presents i :&.R.']ilakewood\ Registered Druggist. ..
old
There was a fantastic street parade ot scattered among young and .
TITUSVILLE, FLA. WANTED-Gro'e work by man, wh< horse-back, and the Indian River Band each contributor to the tree was the re
t ban fifteen yearn of experience,and had discoursed excellent music, about clpient of a box of bon bon, with i a
charge of some of the best groves; In m some' tbe near the Bank Happy New Year to all. S. 1'.
10 a. m., square !
thebtate. Keferences. Box U2. Wes and ADVOCATE buildings. WEST PALM BRACJI. RED PHARMACY
;. AUTOMOBILES.WINTON Palm Beach, Fla. Service was held In the Episcopalchurch
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,. in the morning; there was Xmas Christmas was very generally observed ,
WANTED-Private Families. Six ad"ltafor : tree and exercises In the evening at tbe it this place. The services at Uoly'rrlnlty MORGAN & BRANJJKfO, Props. :
the winter at Blair's Cottage, Mer Baptist church; and a dance the Opera church were Impressive, and the j
TOURING CARS, rltt,Fla. Launch for guehts. Elegau' douse at night. The Episcopal church was appropriately decorated wltllalm TITUSVILLE Stock of,-FLORIDA-
and OLDSMO BILES. home cooking. Northern owner 2hurea Sunday bcbool bad their Christ- and festoons of pine and bay tree i
CADILLACS Cabin oat-boat for cruising for sale. runs tree on Wednesday evening, the The weather was delightful. PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES :

GASOLINE ENOINE, :MARINE, Jrd! of Deo., a report of which. appearedn : 1i
STATIONARY and PORTABLE. WANTED, a Competent White or Colored our last Issue.Titusvllle's : JDBT- Prescriptions Filled With the :
1 ; f, Woman fur Uehernl) Ilouseworlfor streets were fairly crowded MASONIC INSTALLATION ANC U}moat Care and rromptltllde.-.:ai

tie'c c FOR 8ALK-2$ hoi"so power, 4 Cycle, Indian family HI ve of v five for,winter. at Mlcco months., on Indian Good; ill weather day,-all even taking If It was advantage a little of warm.the tine BANQUET. WE WANTYOUR\ TRADE. GIVE US i TRIAL ORDER. :

Gasoline Marine Engine, price, (115.00( wages. Address 1C Hurford, Mi ceo,, The ADVoCATE editor was liberally Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies Perfumery, Brushes, .

6 horse power, 4 Cycle, Double Cylinder: lirevard Co., Fla. iit:. 'einembeied this Christmas with many As announced the Installation In last of tbe week's officers ADVO of 2 Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces Fine Candles, and all other articles kept :
well ATE, drug stores.
articles as up-to-date
ornamental by
Gasoline Males Engine, price $::12;) 00; iseful and candy; etc Indian[ River Lodge No. 00, F. A A.M.. and careful attention to all mall. order.. .
,
wine
, cake We prompt
.this Includes shaft, propeller wheel, snag- PRIVATE BOARDING Cocoa in on private Meriltt north.Island itc.a is cards, for, which, we,return oranges hearty thankso ook; place In the lodge-room, Indlat ....nrr......give........1.....................4...........
; Station, ; hotel Titusville, on Monday eveling
notos, batteries and spark colls. The tbe donois. These presents make liver ,
I, ern family, near Uockledee. Superior and theie wan a good attendance of
nglnes are made and guaranteed by the board for six: guests; 'III( weekly. A quite[ a display this office. nembers nod visiting bretbien. As li. vyv/vnyvynvyvvri'Trvyvvvyywvyy/TVFPIYnyyy/YFYvfv-

4't (}rant Ferris Co., of Troy New York launch and cabin cat-boat for edo or INDIA WLA, TUB the night for the regular order of ,i_,.TM r--a
" hire. Blair, Merritt, Fla. 13-U of before the W Jj 3 3IP
justness, this was disposed Fire Insurance .!
The..Chrlstmaa tree was, as usual, a nstallatimt took place. Mr.' Oeo. M. : .-: lL\\; -
: LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND JOAT.-For Sale, a canoe model boat great; sncot-ss. We have two things that iobbins occupied the position of. Install -'I .

f'' COMMISSION. ,,17ft. long, decked at both ends with nake our Xmas entertainments a suo- DR officer, and Mr. Oeo. W. HcobieMarshall. : ,, If Tour House Goes Up In Smoke and .I
'BOUGHT and SOLD on hold them In, and j
ball to
hatches for storing supplies; baitwellin ess-a line After Installing those officer! Jyou loose everything it Is your own .P'M: ,
sails varnished be best Santa:: Claus to be found.any- In last week's ADvocAtE, thtusiness < ,y b "
center, two spars well loadd referl ed to fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient + ...iI" =
who comes
anchor and oars, rbere-one always of the Lodge was at an end; 110all .. -- ,
ENGINE painted
WHITE GASOLINE recently ; "
I THE and .. -
humor and lots of presents. the value of the property .
with
complete. Cost about .8. : price, $35. good adjourned to tbe hotel parlor and of to cover 3
and Stationary\ Manufactured -
'Marine, Portable Fla. fit of the dining household effects should be cairied. i"l\ ; ;
Jenkins Turnbull Ice await the
Works ol Isham OEOBGIANA. to opening h. >- r .f..
b The Globe Iron 1111i-.r y r
...' by room doors for the banquet. Ewe are not high. The companies l? f'.t3 t
.Minneapolis, Ming exercises at the Christmas tree ,,,,,,,,, i/o .T t
'k WANTED, A POSITION: ON A PLAN. The About 10:10 p. m., notice was given represent are solvent, reliable and .
ras a fine sucoo a. Tbe house was deco- hat ready In the dining .+...'lv+ 6"
: Wizard Jump Spark Magnet, price tatlon. Understands livestock. Can everything was >. liberal. All Claims promptly paid. (: "
The -
handsome
Ii 411. Apple Dynamos $18. operate irrigating or electric light ated beautifully. Two large, room, and the grand parade of Masons,,, Write us for rates on your property f"
plant. Can handle labor. Strictly tees were well loaded with such thingss Eastern Stars and guests took place to *.. Don't neglect to take out a policy. _s
\ These engines and automobiles temperate and not afraid of work. grow only on Christmas trees, mucho .be number of elgbty. ls. Bro. J. O. -----=a..... =
carried In stock, and can be delivered Beat of references. "Progressive," the delight of the little: folks. Tbe last bad loaded the tables with all kind t Schuyler & Wilson, =

" promptly by Box 0tU: Pensacola. Fla. 2 program was a very good"The one, Christmas especiallyIrs. of good things Including turkey, goose. E TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ....,..._......,
Walker's piece, mince :
ham,oyster stew, oyster pie, pies, c-;
; The Florida Motor Co. what it to suffer Star" which was very fine and showed arlous salads, fruits, Champagne, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADEALERS
was
FREE-Knowing moil!
Nina Baldwin spoke
,I' talent. Mist laret, etc., to which ample justice was -
\ Box I. DAYTONA, FLA. I will\ give FREE OF CHARGE, to any her piece exceedingly well for one of her one. The tables were beautifully decorated -' --

---- --. -- beum filleted,,Erysipelas a positive,cure Plltttt for and Kczema$kin,Salt tilsawes. (IIge.'gushy The well.rest Then of the the, little"fruit"folks was did the dining; and:,room with presented tbe nay thionc quite present a livelynd E_ L_ :ee.J::)''' '' & :seO_,

::rL. L. A20Ta.IOW. Instant relief. Don'teufferlong. alhered. Mrs. Himmous had most gen. \ picturesque appearance. Most 01the IN- ,
er. write" F. W. Williams, 400 Manhattan' rouelyremembetedevery. man, woman white light-colored PRODUCTS i
ladies wore or
HAY AND ALL FOOD
AND
GRAIN
ivo., New York. aDd child la town, for which she received owns. while many of the gentleman GROCERIES, ,

most hearty and sincere thanks. Mrs. 'were' In evening dresa. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are.g-pt, for MAPES FERTILIZERS
'OUNO CHICKS I-100) or more, bets .verll also sent each one of the little Mr. Geo. M. Robbins acted as toast- rVe deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all con um.

S e cli, ten day*. old, safely shipped four lolkl a nice present. After the presentsere mater, and many witty speeches from Write us for prices on Grain and Groceries\ delivered at your station.
weeks after ordered. Now Is tbe time .. all distributed, every pne In the t.he Masons helped to while away 'the irs. L. DRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
E.
k tt 1 1i 1y to hatch for next winter layers, when hOlllle received a nicely. decorated box of ime. =

egg are high. brooders made to order candy, nuts, etc. The toasts and speakeis were !

for southern climate. Recipe for Friendship! Chapter, No. 11-Mr. J, R.
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it GAI.MR.Christmas
Sore.head, 23cts. Blair's Egg Farm, EAU Talker w. E. GOLDSMITH:

Meriltt, Fla. passed of quietly in Enu The Man and Brother, Not Colored- ,
allle. The tree on Xmas eve at the Irs. Julius Kline. -Dealer In-'
WALTON SELFLOCKINO 11LOCKS. ethodlst church drew all our citizens Indian Ulver Lodge;No. 00-Mr. M. S. *
l Patented In all oountiles. Only tackle to the building who could possibly be I' am s.The. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT AND
block of the kind In the world. Fitted lere. Every child In town was remem- Present Company-Mr. Win. II. ,
with the celebrated Vlnton Roller ared. Tbe play by Miss Bessie Ilodg- [oFailand. PRODUCE OH ALL KINDS.

) Hearer Useful In any place where aon and Master Leland McMillan was The Spirit of Freemasonry-Mr. C. T. TITUSVILLE, .. _. FLORIDA.

hoisting Is done. With these blocks tbe bit of tbe evening, pleasing every. IcCartv. ---. --
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err one man can do the work of two. one present. During the toasts, Mrs E. E. Rollins -------- -

Thousands sold in the north. Call FonT I'IKKCE. favored the assemblage lib an excellent INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
; Fine Liquors Wines, Beers and see them In working order at this joltation about a Masonic funeral,
t Ales Stout, Etc. of ice, or the store of Jas. I'rltchard The Episcopal Church Sunday' School ..Which was appropriately rendered. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

tCD Send me your orders I Son, Titusvtlle. .' bel1 their Christmas: tree last Friday One of the best hits of tbe evening, 18 prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-hacked or loose. Special attention
TITUSVILLE and CJCOAFLORIDA.TYPEWRITER evening In O'BHen hall. The magic Ian- and last piece on the program, was along paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
ocr- When answering, advertisements tern slides were exceptionally good, entitled "For I'm as Young as I 'T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
In these columns, you would confer a Archdeacon B. f. Brown deborlblng the feed to He," sung; by Mr. John Mac- -
REPAIRING. favor by spying you saw the advt. In the Ifferent places. and scenes. Miss Ida onald, of Indlanola. ----
so doing "arbor MissCroeUan and Jennie Un The banquet was served by J. O. Duet,
} COAST ADVOCATE. Dy
.AST
: Griwt Typewriter Exchange you.lie,advertisers.will receive better attention from derwood citations.gave The very tree nice was beautifully and suitable deo-re- it manager was one of tbe of the Indian most River elaborate hotel, and and F. KuMzixan: >> <& Co.

Dyal,Upctmroh Bldg. J ck onvllle, F4. orated, and great praise Is due Mrs. best arranged banquets ever enjoyed by
25 to 50 per cent saved on new and Nesbitt and the ladies who assisted her. these fraternities. The spread was 281 Washington St )l NEW YORK.
and Dade County Land For Sale. and Master Donald OS 1 Murray Street. J N. Y.
aecond band typewrtteis supplies. Miss Ethel Tyler nerved (In courses, and everything Vaa
WE BELL THE Paxton were presented with gold medalsfor In the most modern and approved style.
Oliver Typewriter the Standard Visible For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterf most regular attendance. At midnight the banquet!: was over,
and Bllckenadorfera southeast quarter of section 3 town- and all wended their way homewards,
hip H8, south of range -Iteast, ; close\ toO. TIDDALH. voting It one of the most pleasant Ma- Oranges Pineapplesand
I. K. Wood's pineapple plantation onSt The holiday season has been much sonlo and Eastern Star socials ever heldIn ,
William Hindlc Lucie River;40 acres. celebrated In our little town, every child Tltusvllle.. \ II
Also, the northeast quarter! of north being the picture of happiness where- I Among those who attended the banquet Florida' Fruits Our Specialty.
SHEET IRON east quarter of section 18, township ;38 ever met, and the grown; folks too,carry- from distance were the. following;: *i
TIN, COPPER AND south of range 41 east; on south fork oiSt. Ing that look of contentment, which lv. R. Sanders::: John Macdonald, 1'. II. We several of the largest shipper In your State,and wish to representyou
represent
WORKER. Lucie River;40 acres. Apply to means "Peace and good-will to all men." Sanders, M. S. Same, D. St.: Cialr Nl&bet,
Cuss II. WALTON, Mr. and Mrs. Hany Jennings gave a de- C. B. Sanders, C. L. Hill, J. E Reed. De- also. Give us a trial shipment Established SO :years.

Plumbing Pump Work, Pipe Fitting.OALVANI7.ED Titusvl, Fla lightful supper party on Christmas Eve, Voe Sams, T. S. Sanders, Mrs. C. L. .., _.
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IRON STORAGE the table decorations being a ralnature Hill and the Misses Catherine Sams, Jes- '
Christmas tree with lighted candles, sic. Sanders, Fanny Sams, Alice Sanders, KSTAHMlMICI: 171)
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. while overhead three bells hung from a Indlanola; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. MoCarty, -- -.----
Robbins & Graham Co. bed of holly. Dancing followed'in the Eldred; R. P.Paddison, Jr., Fort Pierce;

Your Patronage Is Solicited. evening. E. A. Dean Turnbull, Rev.J. F. O Boyle, M. Lane & Son
COCOA, FLA. (Incorporated.) Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Waters had n large Daytona; Mrs Wm. Woodward, Do- ,
and very handsome tree, most beautifully Land ; F. A. Lesley, Jacksonville, R. S.
PAID UP CAPITAL $3B,000.00.: decorated, for their little ones, which Grlsivold Lyme Conn.; II. R. :&1 aceVIIII.mabrltlge ,

J. L. MOBLEY This company owns has been enjoyed by a large number of \ N. Y., B. F. Ives, Jr., 250: WASHINGTON STREET, 'NEW YORK.
visitors. during the week. Philadelphia, Pa.; L. F.'McNulty, New

TITUSVILLE, FLA. IJ ..8. IfcT :c s'" ED EM. York City; II. U. Cross, Columbus O. Southern Fruit and Produce

Contracts for all kind. of Painting, Kal- In the Indian River Country; On the St. The annual Christmas tree entertainment ,

omlntng, Staining Finishing and PaperHanging of the Eden Congregational: : Sunday CHURCH NOTICES.
Lucle River at New River and On Bay
at the most reasonable price ; school, was held In the church last
consistent with good workmanship Blsonyne. Prices to suit the times. Thursday, Christmas. night; A short' Coz-.n.misl3losi.: :: :IMJeroha.c.: : : ::
There will\ be preaching at the Methodist

All Work on the East Coast Send for Land List. program by the of children songs and and recitations their friends wasRiven church, Titusville, next. Sunday FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
11 All Invited to attend.
a m. are
and Miami Fla. and
Titusvllle
Offices at In a very creditable manner, was
Is Especially Solicited. much enjoyed by the large audience Archdeacon B. F. Drown will bold
Let nw know what you want and get my present. Santa arrived, a little late. and Divine service at Cocoa al II a. m.; and Stencils Cards and our quotations, furnished on application. -
estimate on It. Prompt attention East Coast 'Meat Market helped distribute gifts and good things at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. =:
given to all work. to all the children.
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The Ladiea' Aid will meet next Wednesday
O. F. DUREN, Agent. JENSEN. i at :i p. m. at the parsonage, TI- MASON M. CLARK:
tusvllle. All members are requested to ,
Stanley KitchingDealer 'T1eo
a= The Christmas tree on Christmas Eve
be present, to attend to son special
0 at the Town hall, was a success In every
In- ..- --. way, and the programme was an excel business 110 Murray Street and 106 West Street, NEW YORK.
U2c o. throughout all who took part
lent one
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS, ::> J:>> In the exercises receiving much credit. Sharpie Wanted.A .

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China Pv.w : The decoration was most beautiful, and Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
and Tern pel'once Drinks. e=::t speaks loud praises for those that did.
ey small cabin sharpie not over 35 feet
'The following brands of cigars delivered the work. Two medals were presented,
long and light draft. Must be good
at *:J.2.5 per box of 50: one to Ellnora Fredertokson and one tollarry very SPECIALTIES
Schultz and an attendance de- caller and cheap for ca.h. t.
Ilumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, yA Miss;Ida Hull. Address, W. } J. McCORMICK,
to
Cremo, Cabanas, iobalsk '. ploma 25d Cocoanut Grove,Fla. Florida
:: rye The Christmas tree at Eden was held Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,
Flinch Cards, 50o.; Hand Made Palmettoflats + p Christmas night. It was a beautiful. .
230.: H :: tree, and was loaded with presents for Subscribe for the A DOC ATE and get
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