East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
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to( ,be the best at Dr. Feigel's. ;. G. L. MandavllleTitusvllle. ITUSVILLE. -

) And Topics of General Interest Merrltt Items came too late for this -Have Dr. Feigel pull those old roots East > of Southeast )>/, Section 12. The ADVOOA.TR Is on file every weekat

Issue. Not sufficient time to put them of teeth and get a new set, just for your Township ::10 South, Range 40 East; 1'10 tho American Club, Havana. '
in type. 1 stomach's sake s Mr. T. T. Wetmore is making some acres. Fine pineapple land very bear

fir" Reading notice ads. are ten cents Improvements the coil room of his toe Ankona Station on Indian River, Price, Where to stop along the East Coast.
line on this page. -Miss' Pltou, of New York was a pas- -Mr. E. L. Brady was 'a visitor to factory this week.A $::!.500. See list of hotels on 4th and 7th page
per senger 00 Saturday's belated train, en Jacksonville the first part of the week
Taa EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on rotate to Hobe Sound for the winter. attending to business matters. fine, cypress picket fence Is being Merrltt's Island near Court enny, formerly The AnvooATR Is now on file at all
the following news-stands at five placed from the north side of Circuit known !as the CU-lger,: Place; 107la the best hotels In New York city.
gale at -Mr. W. R. Sanders a well-known DON'T FORGET TO GIVE DR. FBI Clerk A. A. Stewart's old office to the acres. Fine pineapple, orange and vegetable I
cents per copy : orange; grower of Indianola has been gel, our dentist, a call when In Titus south side of Sheriff Brown's residence, land. Price *(1111.); () Do not fall to stop oft at Rockledge:
Tltusville-Red Cross Pharmacy. spending a few days 'In Titusville this this week. Morrltt's Island, 11111! acres, long fronton whore there are throe lino, up-to-date i
Jacksonville Duval hotel. hotels the Indian Plaza and New
week. vllle.Mr. Indian River and Including oy.t..rpermits River
Windsor hotel. :Wm. M. Brown, after spendinga Painters have In hand Mr. Wm :r.r.Brown's granted by Itrovard County Rockledge.' "

i Grlyot News stand. FULL LINE-Boys and Youths, Nor- few days In Titusvllle, superintending ,house at the corner of Julia Good land for vegetables; and some Rood If want nice of
a piece property
folk Suits at J. R. Walker A Co. '1'1- the of his returned to you
oranges, and Palm streets-getting it In readiness line location
_Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, / orange land. A oyster cheap, rend the ail. of the Stirno property
tusvllle.Mrs. Miami on Monday.Mr. for''the occupation of Mr. and Mr*. W.
Price $400.Town ( .
+ was in town on Wednesday.W. on our 7th page. It will bo sold at a
E. E. Rollirs left Wednesday I'. V. Thompson, of Freehold S. Brannlng. of Tltusvlllo! lot 3, of East subdivision rare bargain.On .

F. Futoh started building a 16- for Savannah, Oa., to visit friends and N. J., was in town a short while-on ''D. W. Monroo A Co. are having the of old block 4. A fairly god
boat for himself this w..ek.IF 4th of his( issue will be I
foot fish relatives for a few weeks', visiting Green Tuesday, en route to various points brick stills re-bulU on their turpentinefarm house. Price, $:-JQO.! ( our page
YOU WANT YOUR LAUNDRYwork Cove Springs on her return. down the East Coast south of TitUHvlllu, In addition to Town of Titus vllle, lot ::1 l, block A.Ooleman'a found the new ad. of The Windle, Jacksonville
managed by .!Mr C. H. Smith. '
done, take it to the agent. -Mr. J. P. Wilson and wife, -after DON'T FAIL TO SEE!: E. A. Waddoll other work, during which operation the two streets Addition.good location Largo lot near fronting center Thin hotel, Is run on the American and
on ,
SPRING AND SUMMER BOOK OF spending the past two weeks at New !Miami, if you want to buv improve({ still department will bo closed However of town. Good 8 room cottugo.' Price, European: plans\ and the rate Is $2.00: to

{ samples for men's tailor made clothing Smyrn.1 and Daytona returned to their or unimproved lands. Prices to suit everything will soon bo In full $7011.( $J 60) per tiny

them. J. R. Walker & Co. Titus- home in Titusvllle on Thursday. all parties. wo king order.;
gee } Town of Tltusvlllo, fine corner lot In Mr. Simoon Leland K again at his old 4

ville.Mrs. -Mr. and. Mrs C. L. Berge gave a -:Mrs. I), W. Monroe on Monday! en- As usual with him every year Mr. E. business section of town Prloo. "::100. stand behind the desk of Hotel Ponce

VV. A. King left on Sunday for small but enjoyable dinner party on talned the members of the Titusvllle Progressive L. Brady Is cutting out several hundred Town of Tltusvlllo, 0 residence lots de Leon, where he ably assists the genial t t

her home at Frontenac after a visit to Sunday In which. the editor of this pa- ,: Culture Club, and among the young tlees, In his fine orange grove In west of railroad Price, $10 each manager, Mr, Robert Murray, In receiving -

4 her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Feaster. per was Included. Covers were laid for guests; present from a distance were Mrs.C. the Turnbull hammock He is also having South Lake, 'J miles, west of Tltusvlllo, tho numerous guests who are) '

six. L. Berpe; and Miss Mabel Borge, of a number of orange trees from the> 40 acres, fronting on lake, part hammock dally arriving at the above palatial hotel
-Take note of change of ad. of fl. E. Adelphla, N. J. old where they are too thick to and part pine. Fine land for oranges, Iu :St. Augustine.Mr. .
Clarke Jacksonville's well-known carpet Miss Minnie Newton, a popular young he handled to advantage; when the fruit vegetables/ and pineapples. Prloo, $:&.o.()

merchant! on our 4th page. lady of Eldred, left Titusvllle. Monday, -Dr. C. O. Weld and Mr.\ n. Dudley Is being gathered transplanted Mouth Lake, :a,'
after spending a week or ten day very Fay two well-known members of Ca. Part fine hammock bulunce line, hotel, Avon-by-the-Sea, N. J., was' a

-Mr. C. H. Walton and Miss Barge; pleasantly with Mesdames Webber and naveral Club arrived in town Friday high, dry, pine land with beautiful view pikMscnger on Wednesday's southbound

were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Myers. last from Boston and reported the A NARROW ESCAPE. of lake Good ornngo; vegetable nnd train eu ronto to Palm Beuflb, where be f

Rollins at supper, at the Sembler Cot. IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY weather as being very severe I In the Hub. pineapple land. KtO noros. Price, $SIM( ), and Washburno, proprietor of Hotel

tage on Sunday.REMEMBER along the East Coast improved or unimproved They left, on board their launch, the While riding,: her pony, Wednesday<< afternoon Section 5, Township 27 South, Range Hhelton, Ocean Grove N. J., have leased
same afternoon, for the Ciub-house, to Miss Lolllo Penney the :17 East frothing on Indian the Palm Bench hotel. I
E. A. WADDELL, Mlami send full description, price young ; 42lf: ( acres,
amuse themselves duck shooting.Dr. daughter of Judge and .vlrs. A. D. 1'en- River and torso Creek 2l miles northof :
is the man to go to if you wanta and terms. No charge unless I effect The Hamilton\ first-class hotel at '

good Grove Pineapple Plantation or a sale. C. Btickman, Jacksonville, Fla. F. H. houghton of Daytona, is ney, of Tltusvlllo, had a narrow escape lau 1<; Gallle. Splendid<< high land, tine White Springs; Fla, Is now open under
from serious, If not fatal, Injury. Miss large quarry of Coquina. rock, high, dry management of Mr. John ti. Bowen
Farm. hit Dentos
Vegetable -Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Taylor have arrived going to bring houseboat Lollle was riding her Jolla and Fine and.
on pineappleland.
pony healthy ,
orange This hotel which Is on the old Suwanee
Titus vllle, to be hauled out Nel ,
the sister in St. Augustine from New York, to on street, when the saddle slightly slipped, Splendid residence site. Price
-Mrs. Fletcher, charming,: for River is noted for Its fine mineral
son's thorough overhauling.
their home the Hote ways, a : I'I'th"
and at
are making her foot to the
of Mr. Robert Murray, manager of Hotel Dr. Houghton who is one of the best- causing pass through 1000. spring. Do not forget the Hamilton ,
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Ponce de Leon has arrived in St. Augustine Alcazar. Mr. Taylor is manager of the I known dentists on the East Coast expects stirrup. She fell off, and the pony Georgian, on r-fenlUI Island ; 10 acres, White Springs, Fla. Road ad. on 4th

for the season, and has been receiving Casino, and will\ immediately preparefor to remain In Titusville two, or dragged/ her about fifteen yards, when, extending across the Island from Indian page.
its opening.Mr. Judge Penney saw his daughter's River Huniua River good pineapple
hearty congratulations from her numerous three weeks. He Is expected here next luckily, ; to ; !
friends. Mrs.. Fletcher is always and Mrs. II. L..Kochersperger. peril and rushed to the rescue. Of orange or vegetable land. 7-room house The Inn, Ormond Beach managed by

a welcome visitor to the East Coast owners of Hotel Breakers and several week. course, Lollle was much frightened, .but In goo J condition, small barn. Price $700.\ Mr. Wm. W. Konney, Is now open. This

of Florida cottages, have returned to Seabreeze for -Among the pleasant callers at this we are pleased to note she Is Done the Also 10 Sores. known allot t I. of Ar- hotel IM. a cozy, up-to-dato home; is l
worse for the mishap.ANOTHER. bolls both Indian and St. Lucle reasonable In Its rates, and Is situated
the winter. They arc accompanied bya office on Monday was Mr. Desmond
SEE OUR OVERCOATS men, Box Kittle Rivers, near postoftioe nnd railroad, high on a high bluff, commanding a beautiful
charming young niece, Miss Dunne, of the Desmond Dunne Co, of
Coats for Ladles. J. R. Walker & and beautiful location. Fine view of ocean and fine, hard. beaob. Do
Kocherspeiger, who is making lots of Brooklyn N. Y., one of the biggest advertising PARTY.Last healthy, Beach I
not forget the Inn, Ormond on
Co., Tltusville. filends.Mi.. contractors In the above cltv. cottage, splendid plneupplu land. Price
duwu the East: Coast.
tt'Ips or
your up
Mr. Dunne Is here for rest from bnsl $3roo.(
-Mr. W. L. Mellon's palatial houseboat L. F. Pettee and party of five a Mesdames Walton made reasonable to -
ness, and him gone on a duck shooting evening, P. G, Term will be reliable On our 4th page will be found the new
Vagabonda, passed Titusville, Sunday of New York, weie passengers; on Saturday's and F. A. Morgan a progressive (. purchasers. Apply to
and other cruise on Indian River, with Capt J. M. !gave ml, of tho Magnolia Springs hotel, Muguollit -
last, en route' to Rockledge,: train, en route to Mr. Pettee'sbeautiful Laflin, on board the houseboat BoseMarie. whist party At their residence on Main I). J,. (GAUi.nictt! Hpilngs, Fla., one of the best and
IIet'owner from Pittsburg, winter ln. '
points. >me at Kocklerlge. street whlc.li was much enjoyed by Or 1'ttusvlIIsFlit.
very must up-to-date' hotels in this state. It
Pa., and he spends the winters cruising Mr. Pettee reported the, weather In New N, Y
all present. Till social event opened WM. A. WAIINOCK, Jamaica, has lire In every room, as well as
on the waters along the East Coast. lie York as being the worst he had seen In Meat
-Prof, and Mrs. Chan. B. Cory, of with vocal and Instrumental music followed steam elevator electric lights,
will probably go as far as Palm Beach a great many years. baron are now sojourning at Palm by whist. There four ta\)Iea. baths. eto., This hotel Is managed<< by

and Miami. -Dr. Feigel, the dentist, reports quite Beach where Mrs. Cory Is amusing: her. with number suspended above them; BOUGHT A HOUSE. Mr O. D. Moavey, one ot the best hotel '

-Mr. D. N. Cone of Benton, Fla., and! a good; amount of business on hand. self growing some beautiful roses In tier and after each guest hail selected his men In the United States. Road the ad.
Charles Cone of White garden.; Better for Mr. and Mrs. Cory to partner, according to numbered cards Mr. John R. Walker, of Titusvllle ball '
brother, Capt.arrived Titusvllle, Sunday ,, -Mr. and Mrs.\ L. W. Battenfleld, be at Palm Beach, basking! In Florida banded around, play commenced and bought another boast in town, which The Beach Club, Palm Beach, under *
Fla. -
Springs the home of Mr. wbo left Rockledge a week or so ago sunshine than to be In frozen Boston. was continued With great zest until 10:110\):: makes him the owner of three residences the able and popular management of I
and at
D. W., Monroe.are visiting Mr. D. N. Cone is Mrs. 1 for Delaware 0., owing to the death of Prof. Cory Is the founder of Canaveral I o'clock.[ when a reckoning of the scores and a big brick store This new purchase Messrs. Bradley Ilros., wilt open for the

Monroe's father. will visit here Mr. Battenlleld's brothers wife and three Club and Is a noted hunter. I showed Miss Daisy Urady and Mr. B. F. -known as the Ilauknlglit propery ) season tu day, Friday, as will be seen by
They children, iu the recent Chlgago theatre the nil. on our 7th page This is one of
hea[ to be the winners of the prizes. on Hopkins Itl'eot-Mr. Walker furilsbeil -
weeks and then
for a couple of and go round fire, passed through here Wednesday, -Mrs. Carrie Harris and daughter, Refreshments of claret punch, cake, and rented to the follow I rjir party the finest Clubs of Its kind In the United

Palm Beach home.Miami looking on their return to Rock ledge. Their Miss Margaret\ : ; also Mr. and Mm. Shep-I etc., was next In order, followed by from Richmond, Kv., who now ooouny It: States. and Is patronized by some of the

before returning mission was a very sad one. pard Harris, Jr., of Philadelphia arrived I more vocal Instrumental music; and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Chenault and two"" best people In the country. The cuisine ,

THE MAYFIELD WOOLEN ':MILLS -Mr. Eugene S. Randall, of Boston, a in Titusvllle the latter part of last I the[ social terminated at 11:10:: o'clock. children and nurse, Mrs.[ Mettle Cbe- rsunnoi bo beaten at any place In the

Clothing, Suits and Odd Pants, large well-known winter visitor to Indian River week and after thoroughly,: renovating nault, Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Miller and United Htutes. This Club make a

I line to select from. J. R. Walker & I who was recently married to a charm the Rice cottage at the corner of Hopkins 'child, Mr. and Mrs. UMle.) John W. specialty of dinner and supper parties
Titusville.Mr. and Main street, are domiciled for the -Senator Wm. LnRoche, of Brooklyn, upnrd and George Hume. Mrs. Che for ladle and gentlemen. t''
Co., Ing and prominent young widow (as pre winter. Mrs. Sheppard Hants left for r;. Y., arrived town on Wednesday, togo
viously announced in these columns), is I nault Is an old friend of Mrs. Anthony, Mr. 8. H. Peck, proprietor of the Plaza ['
the Turnbull Orlando afternoon where she ( on a duck shooting trip on the Rose
of yesterday
F. M. Wooten ,
of Washington Ga.. a former popular
now at Hotel Windsor, Montreal, Canada Hotel at Itockledge and the New Arllng-
farm left here, fcunday, for goes for a week's visit with her sister, Marie, with Capt. Jack Lnllln. of Jr
turpentine with his wife. Mrs. Randall we regret resident of Titusvllle and sister Mrs too, at Petosky, Mich., arrived here last *
Mazton N. C. lIe expects to return to learn, Is Ill; but as soon as sheets Mrs. Crawford ;NEW yINE-Sblrt., Collar, Neokwear, Ueo. M. Robblus, of this place. We night with n party of eight, en route to

here about the first of next month. After ; better, Mr. and Mrs. Randall will, -Col. C. C. Post has many friends anything you need In (lent' Furnish welcome the above party to Titusvllle. its hotel at Ruckledge. lie reports the
his marriage to Miss Mine Brady on leave for the East Coast Inge J. R. Walker & Co. Titusvllle. for .
he will leave for of Florida. along the East Coast, and we take pleiisuie Indications very bright a prosperous ,
the Oth of February,
Mazton where he intends entering into -Last week three prominent Philadelphians In publishing the following, clipped -Capt. P. Nelson's fine naphtha ANOTHER HOUSE SOLD. enson. The fleas; Is accommodating II

the wholesale grocery, hay and ,grain: arrived in Titusvllle, named Ed. From Sunday's Times Union: "Colonel launch has been on Nelson' was this about seventy-five guests at the present I
time I and tourists me eu route from all
business. D. W. Monroe & Co., of Ti- win A. Freeman, Joshua E. Borton and Poet, of Seabreeze. was In Jacksonville ,week, undergoing a thorough overhaul'ng Mr. R. K. Mlms, Jr., has purchased sections, of the to the lower East'oast

tusville, have charge of the turpentinefarm 'T. O. Coulter. The former two crack yesterday, mingling with his numerous previous to taking a trip down the that cozy residence on Palm street, whlcli many of country them being booked at
friends for thefirst time In months
shots located at the residence of Mr. many river.
Wooten we
at Turnbull, Mr. having has been occupied for some time past its house.-St. Augustine Record. I .
sold them an Interest in it. and Mrs. J. M. Osbao on Palm street, Col. Poet has lately recovered from a serious -County Clerk A. Stewart and staff' ay Mr. and Mr.*. W. b. Brannlng, and
but the latter bad entirely disappeared.Ve attack of pneumonia; and while he The Royal Palm hotel Miami, opened
are now located In the new and oommo- owned I by Mr. M. S.; Jones. Jr. )Ir. and
-Mrs. J. M. Dixon and bright young sent an ADVOCATE! tracer out after III not looking. well as formerly he still llous office on I'alm street which are Mrs. Brannlng have rented the residenceiwned formally for the season on Monday night,

daughter arrived in Titusvllle Saturday, Mr. Coulter and be was eventually discovered has his captivating manner, and: makes. quite elegant quarters. I by Mr. Wm. M. Brown at the with brighter prospects than ever beforeIn

and at once went to the residence of Dr. sluing under one of the beautiful many new friends whenever he appears | corner of Julia and Palm streets, Titus- Its history. There was nearly a liun-
J. M. Dixon on Julia street. Dr. Dixon orange trees in the grove: of Mr. B. in town. rills dred regular ,guests: present, and Maaazer 41 '

wall recently married to the above estl K! Ives, at. LaGrange, basklngln the sunshine Gardner's Flyer Merrill say that he has abundant y'
E. M. Hoi the well-known
rnable lady in Jacksonville, but owing to with hIs coat 'off, and doing his -Mr. man, reasons for believing that be will break 11

the Illness of her daughter, she was unable best to get rid of some of Mr. Ives' finest jeweler and watchmaker, of Worcester, A< FINE PRESCRIPTION CASE. ill former records The new dining room
to leave Jacksonville untii.Satur- oranges. The above party have been mak- Mass., writes us they have been having Wedding present of all kinds. Window extension will furnish seating capacity

day. The Indian River Band turned out I nit an excellent record atquallshootlng,: fearful weather In their section of Mas aihnsvetts shades spring rollers, cloth 20ots. A fine oak prescription case and "tacbments for -2M, and there will be no difficulty
about the known.
on Saturday evening, and serenaded the and we are under obligations to( Messrs. worst ever Lampohimneys[ burners, lamps, wicks. which recently arrived at the hereafter In taking! care of all the guestsf
newly-married pair, and it is almost freeman and Borton for a present of Business lifts kept him north longer than Sponges, chamois skins, toilet soaps. la the ADVOCATKjulldlng. I the house at the table. Mr. Merrill t'>
needless to say that Dr. Dixon and wife twelve plump quail. lie expected, but be says bat on the llth Door[; mats rubber, cocoa steel. Fireplace ted Cross. Pharmacy, will be assisted this season by the following iiI. o;'
la at the west
Is position
make line theCa now
instant he would a bee for .
boudoir '
porch screens.
treated the band boys right royally.DR. office force: Wm. McAullfferoom
store. It Is said to1M ?
end of the big drug
FURNITURE, FURNITURE a r Ite t Coast of Florida stopping at Jack DUAII.! A. OAKDWEK, Tltusville, Fla. the clerk; C. H. Roberts, cssbler; A. J. Bel- H
FEIGEL IS AN EXPERT AT line to select from, write or call. J. sonville, St. Augustine and Daytona, en the finest prescription case on lamy bookkeeper' J. N. Simpson mall
crown and bridge work. R. Walker & Co., Titusville. route to Titusvllle, to kill some of the Cast!: Coast. Naturally, the proprietors, I clerk; W. J. Ualhrlcknlght clerk; Joseph 1 m

game he has been reading so much aboutIn Eau Gallle INiarniacy. Messrs. Morgan &: Brannlng. feel quite "reeling' private secretary; E. J. Hart, 1
of It.
the ADVOCATE columns. Mm. Hoi- proud
Sharpie for Sale. For Sale or Exchange. mad south this winter. entertainer; J. W, (tried! assistant In;}
not coming
Dr. L. A. Peek bas opened a new drug for Sale. bookkeeper; all good and men. s,j ,
itore at Eau Gallle and the attention of Land '
under the .
37-foot yawl rigged sharpie, very light 25 ft. launch 6 ft. beam 6 b. The Rldgewood. Daytona,
p. gas Special Clearance Sale-Bio n clay, our> readers is drawn to same. '
draft. Just put in A 1 condition. A I engine In first-class running order; cost Choice S and 10 acre lots on the PenInsular management of Mr. E. D. Langwortby.now established

good sailer. Will sell cheap. Apply to '1500; make cash offer, or what have you January 18th. between Waveland and 8 wall. I. open. This well- j

G. deG. SCHUTLXR, M. D to exchange for a good lannchb Ad- For Sale Cheap. Point[ fronting on both Indian and 8t. house home-like In all Its appointments,

Eau Gallic, Fla. dress, Box 11, ft. Pierce, Flace. All Wool Blankets, silk bound, worth, .uole rivers. Also unfurnished Improved places, and to large located mosn-festooned on Rldgewood oaks avenue and palatial, with f

$4.00, for $3.29 the pair. The Flannery place,at Haulovrr Canal, leat, three-room cottage Ideal '
Is most
C. II. RA.CIT winter cottage; a spot
ent. Apply to ,
Furnished Cottage To Let. Pelicans and Otters Wanted. Cotton and Wool Mixed Blankets, extra 3l acre of land and a bouse. Fine Iocs- Wave land Fla. Some of the Rldgewood' Improvements
; large and heavy, worth $2.0O, for $1.4U Ion; for s Club-house; 2,000( feet waterfront lmay Ibis season are marked. Archways have
Marseille' White Bed Spread extra on the Lagoon also fronting oa I.r I.
office to thewritingrooms
been cut from the leading
six live
A five-room cottage newly and finely Wanted, at once, pelicans. large, worth 12.1:>0.for 149. the; Canal. Excellent fishing and hunt- [[a Your Gaflolliie Engine In and parlors, and with its
furnished; running water. One of the pair of otters. Big price paid.WnIrttzY's Also Spreads worth $1.75, for $1.19. i ng. Also 10 acres of fine hammock land and silk
finest locations on Indian River.L. !: ALLIGATOR pAR JULIUS KLINE, ,it Shilou. Apply Working Order? trill work costly portion pre- m
F. PETTEK, tf St. Augustine, Fla. toF. WEBB Mnuan attractive appearance. A number
Titusvllle, Fla. J. been added
of baths hat. ;
20-at Rockledge, Fla. Titusville, Fla. If not, drop me a line. Having been private stands with water In a't
I IJonn" also stationary ,
Bro. Cos Cob
connected with Palmer ,
For Rent Cocoa Fla. For Sale. of the celebratedPalmer i majority of the rooms. The billiard and
For Sale Orange and PineappleLand. New Machine Shop. [ Gasoline Engine, the best seller ,grin room and printing office are locat-
Sixteen room house Including bathroom 'ed In the basement. Remember, the -
fronting Indian River; oranges, The fine schooner yacht Eleanor 62 ft. on the market to-day, for five years, I Rldgewood Is the finest hotel In Daytona. 1 ;

lemons, peaches, bananas, mulberries Included long 10 ft. beam, 26 Inch draft; cabio,4berths We are now ready to do Engine and am prepared to do all kinds of Repair The ad. of this popular resort will be

6000 acres choice land suitable for ; four bedrooms, sitting room ; 2 staterooms, 3 berths; toilet athe Work, Boiler Repairs and all Work on Oasollne Engines. Write for found on our 4th page. '

oranges on the library, dining room and kitchen completely room; galley, stove and dishes; headroom rinds of machinery work. Equipments Catalogue of the. best engine on the -

Indian and Stp'Loofe Rivers; will sell asa furnished. In business center, 6 ft.2 in. She Is in fine condition. new and flrst-clasa. Competent macbin- market, and get full particulars fromE. HOTELFORT P1ERCRFla. L

whole or divide; a bargain.C. for five month or year. Address, Can be seen here at Titusville. Address, I.... employed. Price moderate. P. Jonas' FORT. PIERCE Paradise. OM1""'I.*
BtrcKMAX' O. K. WOOD Titusvllle Marine Railway, Tltusville, The (leo. II. Fernald Hardware Co., Rtvervlsw Hotel, Sportsman's
G. Lore Pro.
Fla. Indian River Inlet. W. ,
20feb4 Jacksonville Fla. tf Cocoa, Fla. Florida. 4t Sanford, ria.Sr. Merritt,


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., 4ont think we coma keep
, *\ ., '. .. without.. W. hare Theiiford'a used It Black-in the

t't'I I {I r .-, 11"of for.....over..1.*.two I hare yeara not with had the.
la the bones for tbat length
h' I .. It ia a doctor in Itself and
,..ready to make a portion well
'. f t.... nappy."-JAMES HALL,Jiuk.
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A ', .I' ... stomach wins,frees the
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I r' I Families: living in the
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LORID4 ?\ hare been kept in health
,. -t-" years with this medicine ILl!
: only doctor. Thedford'g
-Draught cures bilious
I dynpepiia,colds chills
AIt ', bad blood, headaches,
4 a, constipation, echo
; 1 II'J almost every other ailment
ru the stomach, bowels

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Conrtahlp In Caraea..
(THE CONTRACT SYSTEM After the evening meal Is finished HolidayExposures
the "padre" may go to his club or cafe,
while the ladles betake themselves to druggists."I
I I CORRUPTS PUBLIG OFFICIALS the large open bay window. Lampsare
placed near them and as you wander I
through the streets you plainly see
By JAMES M. HEAD:: Mayor of Nashville Tenn. 4 4 s! everywhere at the height of your own TRADE DESIGNS MARKS

I eyes and quite near enough for a hand COPYRIGHTS Ac.
OW often do you find a public official, who is willing to shake long rows of these groups of Vs-o- Brings on .flendtnjy our a sketch optiitou I and free description wheflier: may no
bear the I G3t men now gayly and often In.probably paten!ahln. Conimunli
storm of newspaper criticism and trumped up brilliantly Grippe and ,confidential. HANDBOOK on Pnt..nr.,
dressed thickly powdered and bedeck. Oldest securlujipatants.
LWH publio indignation in order to follow his own judgment ed with the quaint old jewelry of the that can only taken,without trough charge Munn, In the A Co. receive:: "

I and award tho contract to a higher bidder, even if country. nipped In the lttiffc JlIU rltan.
Then by and by a young man appears
he has the ] do .
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legal right to so In front of almost window HlnntriitBtl wonklr. Jr.t, MN
every I'orm.3.
The result is that tho public work under "tho lowest bidder" and converses with those Inside. In Tropical monttia any olentldo SU Sold'
rule most cases he Is the suitor for the hand CtlaelgroadwayNewYprk f
must let either to tho adventurer or tho crook, while "THE ;
of one of the daughters of the bous .
Evening after evening he thus pays I \
To such an extent has this gone, and so well understood is it his respects to her family standing for Kidney Cure
hours on the sidewalk, till] the day arrives and bladder right.
that the honest contractor has >little or no chanco when it comes Many women are denied the when the mother of his adored and WineThe .

'Ito bidding upon public work, that a man or firm known to bo engaged happiness of children through one believes the tact ,of.bis courting -- -r- ,
her daughter
sufficiently advertised to Great
in business of securing publio contracts soon comes to be derangement of the generative the neighbors us well as to the community edy backed .88' r

'looked upon as little short of a criminal, and such methods of tloinfe/: organs. Mrs.\ Beyer advises at large. Then only the doors a million '

''business aro regarded with suspicion! by ALL CLASSES of business women to use Lydia E. Pink- of Otto the von house Gottberg are thrown In Harper'open to him.Maga da capital. ; r.
1 men. ham's Vegetable Compound. zinc. names of the h
who compose
THE CONTRACT SYSTEM HAS DONE MORE TO CORRUPT DBAS Mna. FINKHAM:-I suffered llunktn ,_. a Gardn. pany and 1 >.d !
,PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND LOWER THE STANDARD OF OFFICIAL with stomach complaint for years. I Fond as Uusklii was of Bowers, espe- not a
got so bad that I could not acf S
(INTEGRITY, THAN ANY OTHER ONE CAUSE SAVE THE GRANTING children but five months thep carry would my cially wild ones he bud his own ideas of merit a.
j S' 'IOF FRANCHISES have Tho as to what a gurden ought to be and
TO QUASI PUBLIC CORPORATIONS, WHICH a miscarriage. lest time I WM. S. JORDAN i <
I LEAVES ALL OTHER INDUCEMENTS TO OFFICIAL CROOKEDNESS. became pregnant, my husband got! me In his practical gardening was quite alunilscuiilst. .
to take LtfiHa 1'lnkham's Vegetable He liked making paths Capitalist.CUAS. i.2 erC 0
Compound. After taking the and contriving pretty nook When he BLUM, Vrcn- : -= 68 -g :'j'
bottle 1 relieved of the sickness
was first came to Uruntwood be would have Merchant.

'Mob Law Is the Might of Turbulence"By ter and In was of every stomach enabled way., and to I continued carry began my to feel baby Its bet-use to up his to coppice great tall cut steps no more., slender It spindled and sinn J, J.mercial WILLIAMS Salesman., 2n ou bo J ;;; 0.'S no ...

maturity. I now have a nice baby uoun, promising uo Umber, and past B. W. SrERRV > z II a =;
Judge IICNRY BISCtlOf of the New York Supreme Court girl, and can work better than I ever the age for all commercial use or time Duval Hotel. :: 0. !
j could before. I am like new woman." honored wont. Neighbors shook their (D
OB law ia the might of turbulence. It is the ancestral -Mna. FRANK BEYEB: S3 B.Second St., head, but they did not know the TIIOS.' 'A. DAVIS, C\ecS r
Meriden, Conn. -tiooo forftit "er'II'''./of pictures of Botticelli, and Ruskin had 'Publisher. toeJ
instinct of reprisal! crying out from tho frenzy of pas .t.mtt.,"....,,,,ginujnntutannot' taprntuecA made his coppice Into an early Italian D. II. McMILLAN, ='

t. I sion. It is IRRATIONAL and uot'tho result of deliberation FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO altar piece. Then he had his espalierof dated Naval Stores g S. C
f '\VO IAN. apples and a little gooseberry patch W. C. YEISER, Pres. !:!
or consideration. It reverses the judgmentof Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. and a few standard fruit trees and E. E. WEST, Capitalist Si Ei.O
centuries in the frantio impulso of the moment and IMnkhnm. She will understandyour some strawberries mixed with flow. Manufacturer.L. .

''IN NO SENSE CAN BE JUSTIFIED on calm reflection. It ia you with case perfectly kindness.,and Her will advice treat' In era.the In old one fashioned corner there pent were house beehives trailed A. FRALEIOII, 4 S, ;:t

;Hooking backward into the dark of barbarism for light to illumine Is free, and the address Is Lynn over with creepers. Uere and there Madison. '. Lr e
M.ss. No woman ever regretted T. C. SMITH, Ass't. 63 ..
,the civilization of and were little hummocks, each with its =
today discovering but a burned out fagot.It havlne written her* and aho has Madison.A. ''
special Interest of fern or flower.-Good 5'+ g.
is true that crimes are committed which shock tho national helped thouaand.t.T Words. II. WEST, Capitalist ... :'

conscience, that invado the sacred precinct of the home, that threaten wad .h..b.. Dealer. a 0

to render and make fearful the closest ties of domestic freedom Many rapid growing trees may be You Looking seldom will Under find th a.brainy Hat. man OEO. T. UODOSON, !'o ia'EoA =
ntlllzin] Bhruli by cutting them off Agent N. Y. Life Ins.
[toad tranquillity, and that cause one, however strong his poise and near the at itrouml every ycnr or every contains with a round lots of head.brains The either head is that D. P. SMITH, Tax C"f

rational his judgment, to be tempted to wreak vengeance, and that 'ether year ami allfnrtait: young; shootsto long from front to back or else very Ir H. II. McCREARY, f tI

,speedily, upon the criminal engaged in such conduct} but it must not grow.; 1101110\\0,,<1. black ash Home of regular You can learn something of Dally Sun.
flu maples tulip tore mulberry and a man's mental D. E. THOMPSON, (
ability by the hat he .
I 'be forgotten that to answer such sentiments is to respond to the cry ntlipni may be treated Ibis m.muor wears. If his bend is so bumpy thatIt Angnntlna Dally : S. ..9j

-of vengeance and to consider but THE PRESENT PASSION llalli-y. seems as If be never could get a hat WM. J. BKTAN,County --..

without careful consideration or deliberate judgment.It to fit him he probably Is a genius or County.
Dest Liniment on Earth. a crack-a-Jnck in setae particular line.
is subordinating culture to barbarism, IT IS THE GROWL Henry l>. Baldwin, Sopt.' City WaterWorks It his bead Is long from front to back rr"

,tOF TIIE WOLF AND HYENA, it ia the poise of the war club Shullsborjr, Wls., writes: "I be I. a clear thinker and smart as a Try a bottle iJI
have tried many kinds of liniment but whip. So If your hat costs more mon pleased, write S'yeM '
>land the battleax of barbarism, and not that justice tempered with have. never received much benefit until I ey than your friend's bat does and pany or any

mercy which commends itself to the teachings of holy writ and U: used mstism Ballard'si and pain Snow I Liniment think It for the rheu best you are harder that to fit be consoled by above i

the FOREMOST FLOWER OF MODERN CIVILIZATION. liniment on trtb." 25: *, 50o and Von considering your brain I* worth your money Sf jI
| more.-:Jfew: York Press.
._ only by
bottle at Red Cross Pharmacy Tit us villa. Trop.
and sold by all -J



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Professional Cards. Dislocated/ Her Shoulder.

Mrs Johanna Soderholni, 'Of Fergus AN OLD CHURCH BELL WHEN LIFE'S AT STAKE MAN AS SEEN BY NOVELISTS Thousands Have Kluney Trouble,

Palls, Minn. fell timid will take aud Don't Know It.
and dislocated her The most nun any r I
M. BOBBINS, Success serves to sweeten the
average nn
shoulder. She had It back chance of The slender
GEO a surgeon: get IT CAME escape. rope How
In place as soon as possible but it was dropped down the precipice the slippery mon; un!!>uvenn' Is the herolcal tent t ofheroea. I
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR IN A NANTUCKET CHURCH. Eden Fill j\ battle or common glass with your'water
quite sore and pained her very much. log over the abyss, anything that Phllpotta.

AT-LAW. Her son mentioned that he had seen offers a chance of life, is eagerly/ snatch Ho who does good ou the spur of tlie, I and let _It stand twenty-four hours: a. .'
Chamberlain's Pain Balm advertised for The Story!! of Its Purchase by CnptalmClitaby ed at. The end the man leeks is safety. moment usually sows n seed of dissension !' I h-jj E-" Indicates or ettllne

Will practice in State and United States sprains and soreness, and she asked him mail -TrnnaportatloB to He cares nothing In the trench of time.-Seton tier 2 e; condition an I',
Court. to buy her a bottle of It, which he did. for the meant to ."' unhealthy "
This Country Very Good Clock; rlman.A I I of the kidneys
I It quickly relieved her and enabled her. that end. /
Office at TITUSVII.LK, FUA. to sleep which she had not done for several .na w Very t Fin Uell. There are thou woman without Illusions IK the i' : If It stains

days. The son was so much pleased Beneath the outlook In a Nantucket sands of men and dreariest and most difficult thing to A your linen It la I
evidence of
GAULDEN with the relief it gave his mother that he women whose, manage powslblc. Author of "Ellin. I kidney ,
church Is the belfry In which swingsthe trouble: too
D.L. has since recommended It to many others. lives are at stake e beth and Her German Garden!
Knowing hinder; frequent desire "
For sale by all druggists, and medicine "old Spanish bell; that who are to
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, dealers. fhla Is now a Unitarian church the vis from acceptingthe Have something to "say' ; nay It; atop) pass It or path In \
one means of talking: give' fools the tlrst nnd 1 woni"i the back Is also
Will practice In all the Conns of the State itor.will be surprised to see a Catholic '
safety by foolish the hist word; the mciit'x always in the convincing! proof that the kidneys and blad-
ot Florida, and tbe United States Courts.I' How to M.lc. Tooth P..... cross ou the bell. If he could read Portuguese prejudice.Doctor f middle of the sandwich. II. I*>rlliter. der are out of order.

O Box.238. TITUSVOLE FLA.. A tooth paste Is generally more satis and hud. not previously acquainted Pierce's // What to Do.

factory than a'powder. Here Is a good himself with the history of Golden Nedical There Is comfort In the) knowledge so

J. WEBB, formula if you want to mix: up some the bell he would be still more surprlavd Discovery has happiness fulls to our share In see| often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-,

K thing yourself; : Eight ounces of precipitated at the It. The been the means of -? crate detached hits cud those of us Roo, thIS great kidney remedy fulfills every
aATTORNEYATLAW chalk four ounces of powdered Inscription ou restoring health who are wise! content ourselves. with wish In curing rheumatism pain In the
translation of this Inscription Is as follows these broken frtl back kidneys liver bladder and
white four to many men and Ult'n ts-Iteutrlceradon. liar every part
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th en stile! soup ouncesof ; "To the Good Jesuit of the Mouu- women whose hollow I of the urinary passage. !It corrects Inability ,
powdered orris root forty drops of \ 'I to hold' water .AH.I A u....__ __>_ ._
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents tnrn the devotees of Lisbon direct their cough, bleeding fellows iiu aumumg pain in passing
and rents and accounts collected. oil of sassafras, eighty drops of oil of prayers offering Ulna one complete sot lungs, enraDelation Z Noisy nre always weddeil to It. or bad effects following use of liquor.
bay and sufficient to form / .opinions. weak fellows to wind beer and
honey a and weakness or overcomes that unpleasant
of.: six bells to call the people to adore
opinion of others. The
; perfect necessity of belie
paste. him In his Jose PouilngonPaeonra seemed compelled to go often ,
warrant the statement mnn. conscious of hIs Intellectual flnl- during: the day and to get up many times
D. PENNEY, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY has made It In Lisbon in they of local phy \ psiciane"There tulle. Is content with lIlplrlltlous.-Uar' during the night. The mild and the extra t

A. Take Laxative: Bromo Quinine Tablets. ; ttr 1810." Of course the bell must in Ill//luJllb, I old' HcRblc. ordinary effect of Swamp.Root la soon

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, All druggists refund the money if It fails have an interesting history to accountfor no cure possible" 'II With men you Inlet take your choice realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful

to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on this Inscription. That history Is Why should prejudice against a put-up liberty for mind 1 and 1 cures of the mOst distressing: cases.
your prison J
TiTuaviLtiB, FLORIDA. each box. Siicts. bxLetiy us follows: medicine hinder you from trying what for If you need a medicine you should have the 11
has cured thousands of your body liberty for your body best. Sold by druggists In SOc.
A In Lisbon and suffering men andl. sizes. I
plague was raging
In all the of ;
Will practice courts the 7th
and a prison for your iii huh h. Nearly all You have',
and women ? may a sample bottle of this
When a man is determined tp rise in certain people la that city prayed to 8
Judicial Circuit. "Only for Dr. Pltrcc's Golden Medical Discovery people choose, the IIIIII'r.V... know wonderful discovery rtrV"and
tho world. it is better not to Interfere the Virgin Mary for the cessation of
I think I wwild be in to-day."
my grave
what become
of tlu few who do notJames a book that tells '
with him too much. If his purpose is the plague and vowed to place a set of writes Mr. Maw Mm, at HlUmrd Ulota Co. i : ::, ::: ..
had asthua. bad 1 could eonsirep Lane Allen.Itev. more about It, both sent t.llf.II: !!!
A. FROST Wyoming. "I no p' X
' G. right he will be a dangerous wrestler six bells In the Church of the Good at night and was confpellod to give up ---'----- absolutely free by mall .. .., t .'".

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, -Schoolmaster.The Jesus of the Mountain !1C their prayers worlc.. the time It affected, both day my and kiir.* ::'h that. My I sough.iall friends address Dr. Kilmer & ???,. <.., ".........11...... '
were heard. "The Mountain" la the all thought I had consumption.' My wife had Carlisle P. II. Martin.Waverly Co., Binghamton N. Y. When writing men '

Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th highest shot tower in the world name of a certain district in the city taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite I'r"'rlstlna and It Texas, writes, : Of morn-'- tion reading this generous offer in this paper. }
her much she
Judicial Circuit. Is In Vlllach. Austria. Bullets from the of Lisbon In which there Is a very venerable 1.1: ; hi helped. Golden so'Medical I Discovery'I which my try I ing when first rising, I often flntl a .
level fall 249 feet did. I have taken four bottles. and sin now a
TmrsviLLE, FLORIDA. r upper church called as above. Shortly well I man, weighing I 153 pounds, thanks to Dr.Pierre's troublesome collection of phlegm, wliloh t i

after this the plague censed, and. .accepting Golden Medical bfifc.'overy.:: produces a cough and In very hanl to ARE YOU A IiAA'P-BUILllER P II
Croup.The answer The sole motive for substitution is to
this as the to their
: A. MORGAN, dislodge; but a small quantity of Bal- you are, /got one of Walton's Patent I
FREDERICK peculiar cough which Indicates prayers these devotees of Lisbon proceeded permit the denier to make the little more
the sale of lean meritorious lard's Horhound) Syrup will nt once dl. Calking Tools Invaluable to boa
Abstracts of Title. croup, is usually well known to mothers to fulfill their vows. The work profit paid by ; -
of croupy children. No time should be IUc lclue.. lie gains; you lose. lodge It, and the. trouble Is over I builders and
of casting these six bells was Intrustedto owners of boats Calks
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, lost in the treatment of It, and for this know of no medicine that Is equal' to It, I

purpose no medicine has received more Jose Pomlngos; ucosta, the best ". 'e 'ii-i'ii" : ,. v,9'V ihit ""l'"l lii'; i ihlvtnr.v and It Is so pleasant to take. I can most bouts more rnpldly than any other '

Loans, Notary Public. universal approval than. Chamberlain's bell founder In Lisbon. I I- "Poe" lit rl'li Iit'll l I. I'l. cordially recommend it to all pursuits, calking tool In the world. Price* I.OO

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography Cough Remedy. Do not waste valuable The six bells had been cast the mas- Vl'llft"I! !nriiiiir,I, nf hiiniiiri IIr,.. '1I' needing\! a." medicine\ for throat or lung and, *S.OO each, at ADVOCATE oflioe\ .
ted Inhere had been crowned withsuccess troubles. I'rloo 2.>o, nOo, *I.OO) bottleat ,
time In with untried .
TITUSVILLE, FLA. experimenting rem. rm4 'it1tlltl! which ixviir In \the l"!U'nrnf \ TltiiMvillo Fla. i 1
edies, no matter how highly, they may when Captain Clusby of the'! til" lii'll ri'iintlil. "* nr tl'f povslhlll'b'w Rah Cross rhurnmoy! TiMisvllle. I.

be but this medicineas fleet chanced to -- -- ---,-- ,
recommended /give Nantucket Whaling -- -- ----------- r.
'hch! HtmnrM In Ill'i (.'or
O, A. FROST. WADE n. JONES. directed and all symptoms of croup vlsjt Lisbon. lie had long. wished to every -
will Sprlnatt" '' 1 l Htfp! .>MniOpanc!" ) IF YOU WANT A
quickly disappear. For sale all .
Sc JONES buy a bell for use In his native town.
FROST druggists and medicine dealers. In company with Captain Cary he :

visited the bell foundry of Jose Do- : I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Notice of GuardI MH' Applicationto Dacosta. Cory It tires a cold In 21 110111'.. A modern
Captain ,
for la Building Lot
Loans and Collections. otnedy grippe, influenza coughs, :
Sell Heal Kutute. seems was a connoisseur! lu bells. Dn- >oldn, bronchitis, sore throat, neuralgia ... ,

costa applied the lever to one bell after .
TrrusvtLMe ;LORmA.G. Lnrl! rhAnmAI.'Am' P.I l v vegetable suns -
another as be struck each to ascertain and ;; take and; fare 4 'I
ploiiHiint never to
A. WORLET. R. 11. SEYMOUR."tiyORLEY NOTICE. the 18th daof.lannary, I!**, at 10 a. Its peculiar tone or tone quality, but give quick relief. Opnnc In. aHmnllchooo. .
m. or IIB Boon aftor an the matter can be en heard, I will, apply" to the lion A. 1). Penney ;
& SEYMOUR box. Red Cross
Count Judge of Hrevard, county Florida, at will not do." Pharmacy. PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONorTRUCK GARDEN
ili) office ID the Court base at t1tu..llle, for At last Dacosta raised and struck ,
ATTO RNE YS-AT-LA W. authority to null certain' real estate aituatect, In How to MennVliIt* Onprrya.TlioH probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
aid county, the property of my ward Herbert the bell whose history we are describing. .
Do a general practice In State'and Fed Harris, at private sale to-wit i Cnptoln Cory was delighted with pretty 1IIIIr.' white ospreys Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you art 'I'I''Ve k.
The land. between tliur of Gen V. Clemontl on with "
eral Courts. attention worn "whlrt wnlst lint* are not -
Special givento be north anti Samuel W. Clreeue. on the south the result "Ah Clasby be said looking this way, drop a line to
admiralty practice. In Lot 1, of Suction 11Town.hlp30 South Range "you need look no further. That's the ns dllflctilt to clean nH cue inlpht sup-
38 ICa. ..t, and tho South one thinlof, theNurtheaiii from the
FmssELL. pose judging" awful conditionof 3rd
: MIAMI y. of the Northeast /i and all of the Southeast % bell you want She la a beauty. She 41
of the Northeast. J of Section 10, Township SO sounds on B." many of liem one HOOK. One women
South : et. has made hers I literally I new by BLOKIDA EAST COAST R'Y, <
"Well sir, remarked Dacosta. 'we
CTEPIIKN E. FOSTER, Also a strip of 8.76 acre more or lent In tot 1, shaking It In glass In which little .
Section 11, Township 30 South Range 39 Kant consider that to be the finest bell that a a ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. ,
ATTORNEYATLAW5DyalUpchurch Htunrled south by laud of S. K, Ilurtor.l and north we have In our foundry." benzine was poured then again In ,
land of Samuel W, Green. and _..
by being some fresh benzins' nnd pnntiliig a soft handover -- -- -- --- - -- -- -- '---"
.00 chains wide north and south At first Dacosta demurred end could
Building, Jail: MARY KLLA.: TIM, not nee his way clear to selling the kerchief It before, n llnnl twirl to -- i r t ? +

JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. Guardian. bell since It belonged to the set of whlllk off nil drops of the" liquid. The Official) Supply House. of The Illinois Fllb rmen'a Association

chimes designed for the Church of the osprey In not only snow white but bus 0

NS. BURNHAM, M. D. THE!: CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Good Jesus of the Mountain and was the right feathery look which we desire The Chicago Net and Twine Co. i t

IN BrevsrdCounty, Florid. appropriately Inscribed and all, ,but in OMprl'.II. ,
In Chancery. Manufacturers of-
Captain Clasby would have no other.
Alfred C. Heckle 1 If UnwelLTry "
-V8Atford .- Finally Dacosta decided since tbe bell ,
Ear, Nose and Throat. White and his V Hill fount aside Deed had not yet been consecrated and since a 50o bottle of Herbluo, notice the

WEST PALM BEACH, > FLORIDA. wife White Catherine,et al.Maud J JNntlue and Mortgage. he could cast another to take Its place improvement speedily eKeoteti In your I

to Nnn-Raslilent., that It would bo all right to sell. appetite, energy, strength; and vigor 0 .

R. UOUGUTOVS To Alfonl W. White and wife, Catherine Maud 80 Captain Clasby bought the bell, Watch law It brightens the spirits, gives
D White. freedom from Indigestion and debility !
and It was brought to Nantucket by
You are hereby required to appear to tile Rillof Inane Story Avn, Mo. writes, Sept t
T filed herein in the Captain Cory, whose vessel was going ..f bRd i
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon Complaint airtUnet you 10th, IfMlO.) was In health, I bad E
"Dove entitled, cause on or before the lutjjay or borne first. In Lisbon Just before he
ehruarj A. D. 1_. stomach trouble for 12 months, also
the "Dentos," The EAST COAST ADVOCATE U hereby tlotlfrnaed set sail Captain'Cory beard of the declaration chills. Dr. J. W. Mory proscribed Her- toIHSHING .

aa tbe newspaper In which thin order anal of war with Great Britain. bine, it cured me In two weeks. I can
Now AT DAYTONA. be published once a week for el.ht consecutive NETS and Netting of Every Description S
epks. for !U. was now-the year 1812. On the not recommend it too highly, It will dj

Witness mv hand. and, Heal of office tills 3rd way over they were spoken by a Brit. all you claim for It." Sold by Red Cross I Dealers In Seine wine, Maitre Cord, Hope, Etc. tf>

day of December, A. D. 1003.Ct.Ct.8eW' Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the) Fishermen. t
lab sloop of war. Fortunately the IlrltIsluMr -
in E. BUCK, ( A. STEWARD. )
?. Clerk Clroult Court bud been at sea for some time Chaos 7l>-81-8l: E. Indiana 8t. Chicago, 111. '
Slow to Hat
D. Ln;Oaulden,Complainant's Attorney. 22jy ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... '
and Bad not yet heard of the declaration
Stockton & Budd Building, Main St. Consider, 0 fair lady, your profile .
of war. "Tbe commander asked when ongngpd in the fascinating O<:cu. We am Members of the Illinois i ;;; FUliermen's' Association.ZL.CT3.vd .
Jacksonville. Rooms 15, 10,17. Notice to Creditors./ the but Captain ,
Captain news ,pntlon choosing\ a bat. If your fen-

DENTIST.: Cary says he took especial pains not lures be sharply prominent avoid hats )

TO ALL CREDITORS!: LEGATEES: DMTRIHuteea to UU all he knew. If he had told our that are sot buck/ !runt or off the face
and all pernnn having ulalma or ilemands .H ate..S. B : cSC OO- jj'tsi
(:rows and Bridge Work, agalnut the Estate of Libertine II:. previous bell would probably never Choose one that comes well forward I C ,

Porcelain Inlays, Foreter You are decennedi hereby notified to present your olalmato have seen Nantucket. It might now be and make your hair as fluffy us pos. ?. BIB w. nay at.. JACKSONVILLE. -. FLA.

the undersigned within' two yearn from the. either at the bottom of the sea or It wlbl. A lint with n soft outline will

High-class Plate work. expiration of thli fllbJlC"tlUn. otherwise the. might be swinging In the tower of be much more bwotnlnR than oat with 1a
same will be pleaded'
FRANK;: fORSTER. some English church. sharp IIIIII| >.. If you are of the saucy,
-- -- -
Administrator., The bell was landed In Nantucket liniivenwnrd,I tilted nose Htyle' then so.Iect FALL Fuw..
Orchid Fla,Nov.28,11)03. 8 week
\TTANTED TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE and placed. In the store cellar of Sam n brim crushed hero and there. For > :
Tf, man or lady In each county to manairbunlnesa I ,,1r,
for an old established house o"Ilil uel Cary where it remained until 1815. n prominent nosed woniiin. neverenem l lI
.. flnnnnial stamltiiK A Btrftiifht' ; bona tide WANTED- whoa it purchased and placed In
and good reputation In each state was of outline should be uvoldinl and the t 1
weekly salary of f\18.00 by oliwk eaob Mon
;tnv with all expenses d Pall,t from heedquartorLMoney and one In this oountr required) to re"ref the tower where It now hangs. About hnt worn well forwnnl. The srnnll featured XDRESS EXPRESS

dressed. advanced for ex|>en""en. Enclose ail+ "sent..sH house advertise. of solid old financial tanllshwl etAnJlol1I..la.wealthy: .bimin ..,- $500:; was given for the bell-tbe society woman should never wear a picture PREPAID I'' PREPAID I Ill
envelope. Manager 3(10 Caxton Jildg.,
Clilcai'o.; (::41.00 weekly with expenses 1 additional, alll.a.- paid about $.3O and the rest was rained hat. -
able In cash direct each Wednesday. from head Z$3dc
otlloes. Horse and carriage. lurnlahed when nec by subscription. Even some Friend $

essary. Iteferences. Gnloae. self-addressed en- or Quakers subscribed.\ California Prune Wafers.
8.12 Dearborn ll I
The Largest and Most Com. veloi Colonial Ht.Chicago After the bell had been In use a little Cure liver diseases end all stomach r

nlate.Establishment South. while the agents of the historic Old troubles; they act gently but surely, )
South church In Boston heard of It and strengthening the bowels and stimulate 6 QtS

GEO S. HACKER & SON they sent a letter to tbe agents of the them to healthy. action' 100 wafers

South church !In Nantucket. saying that 25cts. net Cross Pharmacy. I 4

they had a very good clock In their Dosr and Cat.--' I Doz. rr 'M ;,"

tower but no bell; that they had heard The effect of a dog on a cat's tall Is DfLlVfRfO '
that the South church In Nantucket foR
well worth study. When a cat encounter //2QtS i
had a very fine bell and they would \ ;
a strange dog the talllwmrolatC'lyA5IIUme
Ilk know for how much the bell $
to 1200 '
an upright position, the back $9Q9 4 .
k I IA Du.r e. y ''Ir foal) could be bought becomes highly arched, and the fur t
Th.yhavenevar Tbe Narntncketem replied that they .J.. '
fall stands out straight all over the body. for the I'nlxnt Co. '
falleJ.-won't now. had fine bell In their tower but A|?
Sold ty all dialers.10o a very This sudden change dismays the oV>ff. ... __ _. _._ 'I,
beard the ----- till
had that -
II I IIv slock that they --- ---- '
need' AD.a.apo'lpa'J. no ; who brings himself to a halt and the .
tree.D. Old South church bad a very fine! tower : :
two regard each other steadfastly.
ri .M.".RRY .. CO. I IDetroit. clock and that they would like td I '
Hut If the dog should turn his gaze "F
.Mioh. of the clock. :
i know the
/ I
( away for n fraction of a second there !Inn tlt'
The agents offered to pay 91 s poundfor lU i
awlsh and a bound, and the cat U:6ilrl: ,
-- -- - the bell. Since the bell weigh. ) \
IANUFACTIIRERS nUl 1.573 would have made disappeared over a fence or up a tree ;Y h !" .. Veritable dragon of lll.hnalth ,,,, i j
VI} pound this (1 i: II l"a. n Inltanath
.. .. .
Stimulated by the presence of a dog man physical! wr.ckttha.. ..._...1__.. .
the price $1,57.: making a net profit ofl.CrT3 i _orHwiill"r CO Americana, v.yanyotheronedls. I
Doors ont have been known to climb to such I
Sash Blinds WOBMSI $ above the price paid for the bell WMY7 Simply IxtcamaDnon the flrsl Indication .
heights that unable to de- ) f4' of ,
they were the nmfady tho st.'a' t Is u.".ally ncounniO with .
and above the amount contrib
qulnlneorthatdsaLllymnenl. --calomel. >
sceud the went
[ McQldiDg& Building Material -- uted by the society. It seems that the way they up. Don', Do' It. 1'-. Dantforou. It but I a1 all f IIIweaessrthar ,
Via poNiUvuTy '
have Kiiaranteo
Moat la Qaantltr. Beetle Quality.'VP old Nantucketers must bad sonicsentiment nntberlstlu's .,
Office A Warerooms King, opposite livery Bottle of '
Cannon StreetCharleston .I.L.L TE'SCream after all and were not purely ICeniedy Warranted. J1 HERBINBitni i'',
mercantile In their spirit.
We guarantee bottle of Chamber I 'Lt tans any lr Iem :fr:1:::::' : to V alpunl7
S. C. If the Nantucketer bad agreed tosell every lln al gnhdne II ii
Vermifuge lain's Cough Remedy and will refund the / I ."", nr 'h.lr d""y elf_'.. Ie ,t teur..no..ll
: ; as they might bare done our bell Ili. k' j a. d vt".na'h 'rmablOo '
"J; -
Sash wotrtd probably be tanging In the bl,.- I money to aoyooo who U not satintled after __ per I>o&lJ.. All DruE.Iat {
| Weights Cord and 'J
FOil KO TF."nHas using two thlrd. of the contents.
toti tower of Old South church In This Is '
the beet world for
: Led all WORM Remedies. : : remedy the
Hardware. I noxton tot1",. That might have beena ''Ia grippe coughs colds, croup and

I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. treat honor for the bell, but It would whooping cough and Is pleasant end Hafe !

[ Window and Fancy alas SOLD. .BY-ALL-a1 OKUOCIST8.rmrAnio have been a great: deprivation for Nan- to take. It prevents any'tendency of a

: tuetet.! Moreover Jt would now betatdln cold to resale': In pneumonia Hold by I-JlAUACY.

A SPECIALTY. :JAMTCS. T.-BALLAHD.:.. = ST. OTJIS. <. +t Its time In elegant leisure in- all druggists) and medicine dealer. HEn CROSS





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JAMES. PKITCHABD, President;. WM. M. BBOWH, Vice-President.-
t I DEATH OF GENERAL GORDON. VISIT The most peculiar and interesting W. S. BBAHNIHO, Asst. Casbler.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. I night/ in America.
cti General John B. Gordon, who BANK
died ttt his winter home at Miami, I Ostrich Farm Co.
.. on Saturday evening, Jan. 9, 1904, COUNTY DEPOSITORY
tbe last lieutenant-general of '- '-
t y. was 4IIti Authorized capital lOOcoo
tr tbe Confederate army, and was JACKSONVILLE.
PUBLISHED BVBHY FBIDAY. : 1" Paid up capital, $40,000
? preceded to the great beyond, by Average deposits, $15OOOO

! pgAaLxa H. WAI/TOW Editor & l'ubll"her.! just one week by General James +,N -

,I .. Longstreet, another lieutenant-gen P
;It Ii'> Discontinuance of dTU. must be made per- eral of this old army of the South- Transacts a General Banking
Bally at this office or by writing..

'f' 5 land.At bia bedside were Mrs. Gordon, N, Business
I heeketo., be made payable to CHABLBS
t may
t, their sons, Hugh and Frank, their ''t
R. WALTOB,publisher. daughter, Mra. Burton Smith and II Largest and Oldest Bank en' the RIver
1 : r
1 I n- In writing t.)the ADVOOATK for Informa their grand sons, Hugh, Jr., and r J Exchange: bought; and sold on all Foreign

I Won 01 wy kind,the writer will oblige' by enclose Kilbourn. A daughter, Mrs. Orton Countries.--

r Ing a stempe.taddreeaed envelope. Bishop Brown, living at Berlin, N. a I ., I I k Patronage. ; appreciated. Prompt service polite
t II., had been telegraphed for, but Pl % 4 treatment and every favor consistent with con
l Or orvative banking granted
I\ BOSTON OFFICE-TUB EAST, COAST ADVO- could not arrive to be with her I r .
" OATH bait opened an offloa at404 Atlantic avenue, I CORRESPONDENTSrPhoenix
father before his death. Absolutely Puro. National Hank, N. Y.. Empire State
which will be In charge o( Mr. Claude
o ton General Gordon r Trust. Company: ,N. Y., National Bank of Jack.
0.'Walton. With the passingof r,. 19eP+ -,, sonville. Jacksonville Fla.
the nation loses one of Its fore THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEOFF r ;

\,,. Address all oommunloatiooi to most men, and the Southland one .caTIISVILL7E, FLA.. .

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, of its dearest friends and advisors.

Trrusviu. ..LOIUD.... The body was prepared for trans TO MIAMI.

< portation, and, after lying in statein MeMurray & Baker
The houseboat, Daytona
the Miami\ Presbyterian churchall auxiliary-power ,
U. 8. Department of Agriculture Captain G. A. Rowel with Messrs. -. 'Nearly
.l I day Monday, was placed in a 'I'. A. Patterson. A. Edwards and A.
\ Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. special car attached to the :5:50: a. Smith on board with Gun Baker as chef high,weighing 200 gigantic 2V to birds 400 pounds standing each.8 to Ostrich 10 fee 401.414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

m. train Tuesday, pausing' through anchored In Tltnsvllle harbor on Wed- nests, eggs,ostriches sitting and baby ostriches
nesday night, and yesterday sailed off to j first hawked Makers and Jobbers of-
'litusville at 2:02 of the same day,
The)following is a comparative statement Palm Beach, Miami and Intermediate ttulcles escort visitors thrnnph the farm explaining
of temperature and rainfall for the and arriving in Atlanta Wednes- J all about the birds, their nests,habits, ,
week ending-1004-Tuesday, Jan.' 12,1004.-1003- day morning, where, altAr lying in / plumage,eto. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material]
in tbe of his native
1908-DAYS. MAX. MIN. MAX.' MIN. state capitol JOB PRINTING of alt kinds done at ,

0 73 47 (10OH 60 state until today, all that Is mortal this office, at reasonable rates. Give THE ANHEUSER BOSCH,, Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
7 74 C4 43 of John B. Gordon was laid to rest us a share of your work. ,ot
8 6:1: 65 67 48 in Oakland
cemetery. Etc.
First-Class Repairing and Painting. Etc.
1 (118 44 60 87
Mr. II. M. Flagler kindly tendered Asso's
I 10 7a 44CO 72: 40 Brewing
XI 78 78 08 the use of a special car, and not ,

12 70 40 73 65 only Issued an order for free trans- Famous St.Louis Keg and Bottled rIlE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Total rainfall for the week: .20 portation for the party over the East THE BREWERY SALOON. Beer.

Departure from normal rainfall for the Coast Line, but arranged for its 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
week: minus 0.71 Inches. Departure Bold by Meisrs.F.A.Lesley and

t from minus normal 0.88 Inches.rainfall since January 1, free Atlanta.movement from Jacksonvilleto and Domestic- R.L.Mottow. ..vllleFla. Wood, Coal Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

HAL. P. HABDIW, Observer. Accompanying the funeral' car, Wines Liquors &: Cigars By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla *

-. --- besides the imm'rditte. laiuily of JOSEPH ZAPF
Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick ;
General Gorn, were Het. !Dr. C. Paving .....
This ia the kind of weather to The World Renowned Anheuaer Busch
A. Fulwood lion.. H. L. Patterson,
fill our,famous East Coast hotels Brewing Association's Famous Sole, Agent. c Offices foot ot ITogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.
I. with tourists. Dr. W. S. Gr..nlllng I Captain J. F.

Jaudon with escort and guard of Beers on draught 010 to 620 West Bay Street, J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager

nine detailed from Company L. East Coast friends be sure to call on me
NOT in several years has this of. JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
Second Infantry, Florida StaU when. In Jacksonville.
flee received so many letters from Troops. -f The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In tile State.
people in thenorth, asking us to
General Gordon was personally STA.EJLE.FEED I
e Viaaaafi
find furnished homes for them. If
known to us, having met him at
Wm.i_ ...8... Sours: & Co.
you have anything to rent or sell, 'litusville on two occasion!!!, and .

why not advertise it, so that strangers the ADVOCATE Joins the many AND SALE ''IijI ,SADDLE IIORSES,

may be Informed. Wake up, East Coast friends and admirers of GRAIN HAY AND 'GARDEN SEEDS
non-advertisers, and remember ...STABLES... BUGGIES, ,
ye the distinguished General, in extending .

the helps old those saying who, help that themselves."The Lord" bereaved sincerest family. sympathy to the BAGGAGE SURREYS; ,, ,. Flour, Grits, Meal\ and Fertilizers

"Sleep, soldier, sleep! thy warfare o'er s
TIIEBE: was a big fire at Belle- Peace evei'lasting, be thine, evermore I HAULING, ETC. t ..all kinds.. Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

view, Fla., on last Friday, one of /Stilled: ever Is thy brave heart, thy galgnnt .

the worse in the history of the town, And today race thy Is runt loved! Southland signs J. Mi OSBAN & BRO .d Iru: -I! D
I TITUSVn.LE.Baok of Goo. &I. Robbins' office.FLORIDA
and but for the and efficient
for hor noblest son!
work of the volunteer fire The North too the !
depart mourns thy passing- -------------- --- r '

ment, the entire business portion of Nation bows It's head, JACKSONVILLE. Seed Potatoes.
the town would have been burned. In sorrow that thou arc no more-Fare
well, Oil, Princely Dead !I"
Titusville might never recover from
: another destructive fire, such as it The bindle 19 E.ist FOI'Ryth'Street. f I
\ _, SPAULDING'S ROSE, No. 4 $3.25 Bbl.
had some eight years ago, and some GENERAL GORDON'S CAREER. JACKSONVILLE FLA. | .
provision should be made for a ,1rt1 $3.00 '

drilled volunteer fire department. 'IHEBRON.: $2.75 I':
General Gordon was horn In Upson American and Enr,penn. Every department modern.
County, Georgia July II I, 18U.2: : of hootch ,! : : ;" '''' Garden and Field Seeds.
JACKSONVILLE'S:; becoming head. ancestry' which had a prominent part In Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $2.50: per day. I :::1.1':' d.E1 s11 FlRONe Soodsm: : I I''
the Revolutionary War. 75cts and one
European plan $1
quarters for the publications issued General Gordon graduated from the up person.. I 14 ,East. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

by the Baptists of .Florida. The Georgia Stale University' In 1852: and a / .O....:B.--: SMITH, Proprietor. hi

Florida Baptist Witness, which has few months later was admitted to the --. -- _._-- ._, --- S3 <3--C3B 1CAR -I!
practice of law. Early In 1801 he enlist- I\ .
been published at Ocala for the ed In the volunteer Confederate service OHMOND BEACH. ,/ ,', "

past fifteen years has been consolidated from Alabama, where he had moved to t
Impa't Sa1e u
with the Florida Baptist, engage; In mining, and was elected cap ., 0f
published at Tampa, and the same tale of his company, the "Raccoon The Inn :3'
Houghs He rose' rapidly by promotion ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. ;
will be published In Jacksonville in to be lieutenant colonel of the Sixth Alabnina ;" SPRING GOODS ARRIVING
the future. The Southern Baptist, Infantry In December 1301. >lie > k.r';S
Rev. J. B. Ilolley and Rev. M. A, participated In the struggle the peninsula Open December to May. Car line frpm. Ormgnd ,Station to Hotel ;(!i a -DAILT-

Clonts,editors published in Gainesville had part In the battle of Mai vein Ormontl. New England help gpfti.OO'per: : day;($U150'j; >er week. .
Hill, and was commissioned( brigadier
has also been moved to Flori general In November, I80J He was In ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL> COMPANY, Proprietors. 1

da's metropolis. We congratulate command of a brigade at ChancolloiH- WM. S. KF.SNKV:: Manager. .- a >, ATTINGS

Jacksonville on the acquisition.The vII Ie I1n.IID the Pennmlvuttla campaign. ,
lie wan at the battle of Gettsyburg, the r
battle of tbe Wilderness, at Spottsyl- DAYTONA.
new year has began In good vania court house.' In May, 1801 he was A

earnest, but we notice that while a promoted to bo major general; and took RUG

few of our townspeople have cleanedup part marked In the the closing Important scenes battles of the which Civil The Ridgewood, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. More Goods. Better Goods and Lower

their lots and sidewalks, others War. Ills bearing was characterized bya C : Prices than any other house In the South. Send for samples .
have not yet started to do likewise. boldness and dash which made him Located on Rldgewood:( Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the South.
the Idol of his soldiers. In official
Still, our readers must conclude an
not report of General 11111, General Gordon Private Bathe Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house.

that the property owner or lessee ofa was characterized us the "Chevalier Ba Orchestra. E. D. LANOWORTHr, Proprietor =: :EcI: :
house is lazy just because the yard of the Confederacy." _eE: ,

grass in front of his house or on When hostilities were ended be called
27 .
his front lawn is rather tall and his men about him and advised them to SPItlNQS. ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
boar the trial of defeat, to go home In
unkemp-looklng. lIe may only he peace, obey tbe laws and rebuild the
waiting until a neighbor gets wasted country. Hotel] MAGNOLIA FLA.
Magnolia Springs
through cleaning up his sidewalk lie bas taken a prominent part In tbe (St :c.R Rive;); Lumber and Building Material

and front yard with his lawn moweror councils of his country since 1800. He
hoe" was a defeated candidate for Governorof 28 miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam
"grub before he makes
boldto Georgia In 18(18( and In 187i: and In ers. Open fireplaces In all rooms Steam Heat Elevator. Electric Lights Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick Lime and Cement Nail and Builders'
ask for It back to clean off his 187! 'was elected to the United States Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf course. Hardware, MASURY'S HOUSE PAINTS F. W. BIRD A; SON'S

own place. Eventually, all the old Senate. Resigning; that position In 1880 Tennis, Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $.&.00 per day. PAROID ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS.
papers and trash on our streets will he participated actively In the building\ Special weekly rates. O. D.'tJEA VEl', Owner and Manager. Order filled promptly. Write ue for estimate
be also put out of sight. of the Georgia Railroad. In 188(1 and EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
188-S be was elected Governor of Georgia '
and in 1800 he entered again; the Untied WHITE SPItlNOS. Yards at EAU GALLIEaTITUSVILLE. FORT Gallic.PIERCE Fla. and West Palm Beach.
WB have been sending out noticesto States Senate for the full term. Since
his retirement from political activity be .-
delinquent subscribers of late- has devoted much of his time In lecture

this being the commencement of a log, presenting to the north. well as The Hamilton! WHITE SPRINGS, FLA. Hodges: Ss O'Hara
new year ; and it Is very gratifying to the South his lecture upon the "Last < iRs
to us to that have Days of the Confederacy."
say they all paid ...Manufacturer
Since the organization of the United and DealersIn.)\ ..
paid up with a will, with very few Confederate -New, Modern .Jligh-C1aes Hotel '
veterans be has held the

exceptions, and those we expect to of Us commander-in-cblefl; and position hit ON THE OLD SUWANEE RIVER. CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
hear from at frequent re-olpcttons
no distant date. to that position
Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health
resort In the
Verily, it proves that the times have testified to tbe warmth of affection Orange Box HTlaVFInltnnd Vegetable Crates, Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
are in which he has bren held In the South. South. Finest quail shooting In America. Write for booklet to Mills aDd at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices Delivered

the more East prosperous Coast than in In this several section year of Since has the been cud of prominently the war, General connected Gordon JNO. S. BOWEN, White Spring, Fla. to any part of the State., Address: IIodge.A O'Uara. Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

And not only that, but we are dally with the political movements In his State, -
adding new subscribers to al. having held the position of governor two NEW YOItK
our term and United State senator three ......................
ready large list. .
mailing The com. terms, being the only Georgian ever / it .
pliments some of these old and new elected three times to that dody. He t E. Vesey Hall, Z

subscribers have paid the ADVOCATE retired voluntarily at the expiration of Hotel Ve'ndome Broadway and 41st Street; JEWELERS AND
when sending in their yearly subscription his term In 1897. Since which time he SILVERSMITHS, i Georgians, Fla.o .
has shared with the late President McKinley NEW YORK CITY. 41 West Bay Street, .
is very gratifying to us. tbe glorious work of finally and JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Boat Builder.
We will try to deserve their encomium forever uniting the section by his mas FIREPROOF. 300) room, single and en suit, with private baths and toile Largest stock in this section of : .1
of praise during the present terful lecture, and the preparation of rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good room 1.RO; large room $;1'; and with country.Established J J ONLY FIRST CLASS WORK.
i his private bath $:J.IIO per day and under In 1808. =
upward The I I.
dear, as in the I I patriotic reminiscence management the per Writ for Estimate.
t; past.fr sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager Send for descriptive catalogue. i ,


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[OW TO SAVE ICE. Eden.- Jensen. Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN MABJC.. II j f 1, '

Edward II. 1VI. :R. : JBRC: I,
LeTourneau has returned >S.
to Rollins Mr. Witt of J. H. KIlIouRh .t Co., Is SuWcrlptlon for tho AIWOCATK, _
of the ice bill College 1'ark.
on back
rbe question economy In Jensen again.
the pink paper of the East Const, will be
t>ne that appeals forcibly to every Our young people were out In force WHOLESALE
Mr. Jno. T. Stanley of New Turk, is received at the Melbourne Postoftice. GROCERS
well hotels
jisekeeper, as as to reslaii- one evening last week, at the Ttbbals '
In Jensen at the Wayside Inn. I a
its butchers groceis, druggists, and Club-houso where
one 01 the moot delightful -
l.ict to every merchant who consumes dances of the winter took place. Mr. Eugene Hunt, of the firm Jno. Nix RICHARD 1'iibllo ann Cim nOOI i>yai'-Rllat":oor. -Arout l Estate for,. Notary.< jm his business. Eden A; Co., is stopping at the Wayside Inn. Liverpool Ixiiidunanil fllobe,Hartron,! a".rI'ro..hl."ne Fruit and Produce Jobbers.I
was well
umerouatesteandcareful experiment- represented at the New Wwhtniinni' Fin Insurance COUl'
have resulted In the discovery of the Year's bull given by the Gilberts Bar Dr. N. McClinton is expecting his son I'>uul..... 8p"fllal', I attention I'a"l to the Interests
Yacht club at last from the north to the winter with ot DUll residents.. .
VIN ICE PAD which, "when placed Jensen Friday night. spend
As usual everyone had a pleasant Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I your ice box or the Ice chamber ofhr time. very him.Dr. DR I.. A. rEitit-Puvsictatt Axe aranzos.ltosldenaa .
refrigerator, will reduce the con Bishop and Mr. Chas. Tanner, of Melbourne. At Ku! Ualllv, every
hiptlon of your Ice 1.5 to 33 1-3 per cent. Chas. II. Co s the genial: proprietorof North Georgia/ are stopping at the Wayside afternoon. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.: Jj
Jo Pad le an Ingenious: little device the the Net her by and the Wayside Inn, Inn.Some ,

hplicity of which is one of \its greatest recently treated Edward and lleba Le of our boys are returning to their Charles Horton, of Fort Pierce, was In PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed L''
ommendaUons. All you do is to place Tuurneau to launch '
a trip to Melbourne last week visiting relatives.
Ln the bottom of your Ice chamber the banta Lucia Inlet. respective colleges after spending tbtlrhappy Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. rCD""Wo
ice It and It will holieays with their parents. Or- Mitts Nellie Card has returned from
h the rusting {lupon 9
| the root. Write for booklet.P. There was" a charming afternoon party van Much returned to Gainesville. to her visit to her sister, Mrs. Durham InSt. solicit consignment of Fruits and Vegetable i h I'

for the young people at Strathvern the college. Augustine. --_. -== '--- t
W -
\ Florida. hospitable Holmes, home of Messis.\ Mr and Mrs. James The palatial houseboat that Capt. R. Hotel Bellvlew Is now open for guests. Eau Gallie. 1
Schuyler, Bry-
D. poke is building is nearing completion i
son and LoTourneau and Misses Ueba Mrs. Mary Knight Moses, of Philadelphia -
and Col. Thompson Is expected wan the first guest this season. -
IRS. IDA D. BRUNER Bryson, Mary and down soon to Inspect same and take in
Louise Joke and Mabel !bcbuyler attend charge.Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs. A. B. Taylor and daughter : (). nfl: nRA981C SCHITYMCR. M. IV-Telmtratihotttua
General Manager for the World oil, representing very creditably! this puitof Miss Bessie, of Sangatuck Mich., oinn| nil night. Kan. Uallle, Plnrlifit.
Famous the ound. W. J. Purdu, of Carlton Ga., and are again In their pretty Melbourne
family Is visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. home for the winter.
-Bnhn: of F ig .n W. C Coleman, of Gainesville who Wm. Frederickson, of this place. They Dr. Peek has his drug store open for
has been hero for some time, putting the "will spend part of the "winter here; we Mr. Wm. Dow has received a oar load business >4

For all Ills of Women. ;, pianos and organs' in order hot now welcome them to our town. of household /goods a very handsome Welcome showers in Eau Oallle\ on ( r i llp,
I A\1l\ tetters of iuqulry' cheerfully answered. many friend. and golden opiaJonx, for ---,--- -- -- launch and sailboat from his northern Monday last.Archdeacon
Local office at Park Cottage his conscientious, painstaking work" ; and home In Waukeegun, Illinois.
'will remain waitIng Brown .
every piano untuned 'was the guest of
West Palm Beach Fla. for him hereafter, until hv "turn GK1PPE.-We have I the following letter Miss Gladys Wells left last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert on Sunday. last, sr
up hla toes.*' Still, an ad. In the Ai vo- from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola Ind. "I for the North to resume her studies In
CATK would tell everybody when he Intended was In bed four weeks with la grippe and Wellsley College. Her many-friends In C. I). Gifford left for Tlhbals Monday LOOK TO YOUR EYES. ,
Stuart. visiting the Kant Coast. Nothing tried many remedies and spent consider Melbourne will miss her, but look for- last with a IOl\llof lumber In tow of the If suffering from any eye defects or wee
like advertising In the pink paper. able for treatment with physicians butI ward with pleasure to her return Emma L. sight call at my/ new well-appointed optl 1
n received no relief until I tried Foley's The lanuoh Kansas cat Institute. Special, complete lens
A. of Indiana In Eau
Kersey has lately City was
and If any person who has an Item of interest and Tar. Two small bottles of pur- outfit In connection.
|C. H. Raoey a party of Ft. Pierce Honey! chased tbe Lockwood cottage on Mel- Oallle's harbor on Tuesday lasts; with grinding r 1,
bortsmen are hunting up tbe north folk will send, which It they the would like published this medicine cured me and now I use It bourne avenue. We extend a welcome Mr. and Mrs. Merrill on board. DH. E. n. ARMSTRONG,
bis week. to "ADVOCATE Correllp'lDdtlnt' exclusively my family. Take no sub- 11 Laura Jacksonville
St. FJa.nn .
Mr. and
to Mrs. Kersey to their Mel- ,
Po&tolHce box Eden. It will stitutes. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. The Plots arrived In Eau Oallle Sat
[The Southern Express Co., have ro- i be thankfully received. Of course, all bourne home. May they live many years urday last with Capt. And Mrs Colby t
ived a large express float. Stanley canw Items of the nature of ads. should be to enjoy itAmong Mrs Chamberlain and Miss Klaner on 1

play mule. paid for according to the advertisingrates Fort Pierce. those who came to attend the board. South Rockledge. tRend

I The auxiliary yacht. Nemo Capt. In the pink paper. It Is very easyto Republican convention we noticed lIon. Admiral Glllis' of Melbourne Beach ,
;joodall, owner, la cruising on the north overlook news In a hurried writing of C. T. McCarty, Eldred; Oapt. Schoon- received his launch this week after an '
Lkof the St. Luoie. Items; and then there are many better Mr Martin expects, In a few days, to maker, Cocoa; Mr J. J.. Wilson, P. M, overhauling and a change In the motive the pink paper If you want the ,
I writers In this section whom It would bea open his cigar factory. Rockledge/ ; Major F. M. Taylor P. M., news. +
Mr. Coleman a musician of rare abilityd pleasure to hear Irorn. Tltusvllle; Mr. Joseph Williamson M loco power
an expert piano tuner, Is here, a Messrs. Lore and party left, Monday ; Mr. Vreeland, Wabasso; Mr. Wm. !Ir. and Mrs. Rebu, of Upper Sandus- Fred Carter.of Oberlin, O., arrived I
test of the Bessey hotel. held The the Congregational annual election of Sunday officers School on the for a few days' bunt in the woods. Pomeroy, Ankona; Mr. Charlie Bolton, ky, Ohtonnd son Tommy, havo arrivedFor here on Sunday l

I Mrs. Chas. Woodward" returned borne 3rd inst. Mr. Cureton, 8r., was chosen A. T. Weaver ban. the contract for Malabar; Mr.[ I.. K. Brainard, Valkarla. the winter and are In their cottage Mrs R. L. Johnson, who has been III, I t '

fhursday evening, much to the delight for superintendent with Mrs. Robinsonas painting the\ Masonic building. He has Among the Melbournltea who went on Houston street Is rapidly Improving.

1 her many friends here. assistant, Miss Una Miller, as secretary the first coat on. up on tbe launch Dreamer to Ean Gallle\ Jolly parties of Melbourne's guests; are The Morning: house ha a new porch / '

I Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Galll her have re- and treasurer; and Miss Jessie Miller Frank Roylanoe expects In the course to attend the German were, Mesdames often seen on our streets. Mr. W. T. which veiy much Improves Its appear-
timed from their trip to Cuba, and will organist. Each class voted to retain of a few days to have his bottling worksIn It. W. Goode, J. M. Ferguson, Misses Wells' carriage Is also soon with Mr. !
main in Stuart ubout two more weeks. their teacher. Mrs. C. A. Robinson tlist'Class order. Gladys Wells, Mattie Brown Mollle\ Stanford as charioteerIt ance.Mrs. '
Is teacher 0 f the bible Mrs. John / (:'harles GUpin Noloe" Bristol
class Nicholson
; Jessie bode, Mlsa Vim Win- I
I The large; yawl, Norseman, owned by Miller, the second class; Mrs. S. F. Rev Mr. Tomkies held services last kle, Mr. and Mrs A. A. Buck Messrs. Is hoped that Miss Hodgson and Miss Addle Bristol and Mrs. Mary Dalton -
Irs. Hardy who has a winter home on Webb has the Intermediate class which Sunday In the Methodist church, morning Ferguson, Nicholson, Dwlnell, Presoot Mr. J. U. Ullbert will undertake another were visiting Mrs M.l\| \ Salmon on I ,;
obe l: Mound anchored in our harbor for has just just been formed and Mrs. J. and evening:, to large congregations. Wells, Standiord Wells, Henry Mason German In the near future. The last. Tuesday

veral hours, Tuesday. II. LeTourneau the Infant class Tbe A little visitor arrived at the residence and Captain Sam Martin. All repoit a was an unqualified success. Messrs. Joe a 11I1 Jere Nleklrk and J. 1P

I The weather has been beautiful for Sunday School In spite of a most discouraging of Ed Edge on Sunday morning. Eddy most enjoyable. time. Admiral and Mrs Olllls of Melbourne Covert took a walk to City Point and ( 4
lie past week pineapples are slow In : year owing to sickness, Is In a Is very proud now, having a boy and Beach, sue expecting the art ivalof their back on Sunday. A fourteen mile walkon 1
Looming, the fish are biting good, and most flourishing condition is entirelyout Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can daughter; Mrs. E. VV. Ntloknev, who 'will a warm day like !Sunday:: was pretty !' -
Sutler such conditions we are all happy. of debt which and shows an Increase in girl.All Is excitement here now, over the always be prevented by tbe use of Foley's spend the winter at the Jtoacli. good for men of their age.

I Geo. Gosling Is hero on a combined Throe numbers prizes, -first Is, second most encouraging.and third- town election, quite number being In Kidney Cure. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy Mr, and Mrs. Linneman left for I'alm Eilmond? Day has gone to MB grove at t

acation and business trip. Mr. Gosling have been offered for regular attendance the field for the various cilices. Success __ Beach and M(lama on Tuesday last. They Oak Hill{ to continue shipping his or- '
) enjoying our fine fishing./ He has a during the coming year. to them all. 'will probably take In Nassau'>1 and tho .. Ho says he will have about ,OIO(> I

Bunch with Capt. Jeff DeSteuben in Mr. and Mrs. Bath and arriveda Georgiana.Dr. Bahamas before returning It Is hoped boxes, sect over one half of them are \\ii
|harge. family that Mr. and !Mrs. Llnneman "lIIl1l'end fancy Ho Is shipping two cars per .II' J ",
few days ago from Kansas City, to .fMr
more time with us later In the season. week ,i#
Mrs. J. H. LeTourneau and Miss Flor-
make their home.
Commodore Bessey has been confined permanent They owna Holmes was down to see Grandma
the house for few ence Robinson were calling In Jensen good deal of property here and Mrs. If. W. Matthews, prominent -
o a day. The Com- Munson Thursday of last week bhe Is Capt. J. II. Andrews left for Tlbbnls I '
nodore somehow or other. Imaginedhat last week. Archdeacon B. F. Brown ''will hold Improving but very slowly. on Monday last In his sloop Dixie. The residents of Basoom, 0., arrived ;:
| he was ,a Sampson:! and came to The bean gardens (they are too small services here next Sunday morning and Captain Is always a welcome visitor In here on Sunday' and are now settled In r ,
The mango, lemon and lime trees. are their beautiful! home. Mr. Matthews
jrlef. Eau Oallle where he has
for farms hereabouts fine friends.The .
) are looking in many '
evening Be. Andrews church Holy 4
and will doubt In bloot l. J. W, Bruner Is shipping Captain carried the boat Kalhleen brought bud oold' with hint, but a few i.1 ,I..,
no yield good returns. yawl
R. Communion service in the motnlng. All "
M. Smith Dade
county's popular beans this What of
green week. a contrast down with him in tow of the I>lxle. more days basking In Indian Itlver'asunshine '"
|ax assessor, was here several days this Rev. F. W. Weatherwax held servicesat are cordially Invited. to the reports that oome from will soon knock it out. ;',

peek attending to business natters.JVhlle the Congregational church Sunday Quite a number were at the station on friends North. One says, "awful cold The captain and owner of the yawl ----a t
here Mr. Smith was a guest off morning and evening. There was a large Tuesday morning to witness the specialcar below zero," another one says, "foarfulcold Princess W J. Clemnon, of Taunton, STOP It.-A cold
he Stuart house. attendance.Mrs. carrying the remains of General J. thermometers bursted.." Mass) bus decided to take In the European lead to soil.ms neglected bronchial cough or lung '

There was an Interesting of W. F. Richards B. Gordon to his last resting place. The Y. arrived tour this winter owing to tho III may t
meeting gave a very pleas- Mr. Peck of Green N. troubles. Don't take chances when Fo ', ;
the Loyal Tempeiance Legion :Sunday. ant party at Hill Crest cottage last )Friday various flags in town were at half-mast. Friday of last week, and has taken rooms health of some of the members of the ley's Honey and Tar affords perfect socuilty -
U'he program/ was very interesting, and evening at which most of the Eden. at Grandma Munson's, as usual. Mr. family. The Princess will\ be In the care from serious effects of a cold.
Ibu children received their badges, which lies were nicely entertained The many friend of G. II. llansan, Peck has spent many winters hurt lie of J. A. Ullliort until the return. of the h

rll very appropriate. Mrs. Eyerett Webster a pleas- Engineer L. E. & W R. R., at present Is a genial; whole oulc.l gentleman and owner J'

Judge Hancock took the following pary ant launch party, last gave Wednesday very to living/ in Lima, 0., will be pleased to Is a general favorite with both old and Among the most graceful and beautiful Rockledge. "
out fishing;, Tuesday : Mr. and Mis. flobe :Sou ad. Among her guests were know of his recovery from threatened yuu g. Everybody is always glad to dancers at the bull on the evening of 'i}
,'has. Galligher, bare[ Hancock, R. M. Mesdames W. F. Richards, John Miller kidney disease. lIe writes. : "'! was cured see Mr. Pock.J. tics 8th I list may be mentioned, !Mrs. J. \'j. l
{Smith and Stanley Kitolling. The party N. Saunders and Mr. Mast of this place. by using Foley' Kidney Cure which 1 W. Bruner and F, W. Munson have C. Llnneman, of Lima, 0 ; !Mis Ferguson The houseboat, Vagabonds W. li
aided a number of fine tlsh. recommend to all, especially trainmen been busy for several days getting; of Cincinnati ; Mrs. Duck of Melbourne Mellon, of I'lttsburg l'a., lies anchored t c; ,
The Inhabitants of our small settlement 'who are usually similarly afllloted. Sold the Hull very ready to be occupied ; Miss Gladys Wells of Melbourne oil Hotel Indian, HI vert They will await 4, )
Tuesday evening .Mre. Go,). W. Thomas were out in full force last Wednesday by RedCross Pharmacy. by Mr. Ilaudy property and family, who are expected ; Mrs. J. E. Al. Hodgson] of Eau; Mr. Mel on before proceeding on down \
Chaperoned a large party of young people evening at the home of Mr. and to arrive In a short time. Mr. Oallle. and Miss VanWInkle, of Mel the river :/ V
cross the river to a surprise party givento M rll. S F. Webb and organized the Handy has bought the property and ex. bourne. The grand march "was led by. Wednesday morning the East Coast
the Misses Chtiatensens. The patty Eden Soclal' tub. Mr. C. A. Robinson Melbourne Beach. Miss Florence Hodgson and Mr J. A.
pecta to make It their permanent home Jty. agent and Southern Express Co.
| In Mr. Thomas'
went over new launch.Your .
was unanFmcuwly.; \ chosen president and We extend to them a cordial welcome Ullburt. agent when they came to the depot found <.
humble correspondent was the Mrs. Webb secretary !and treasurer. The Plots carried a jolly party over to It bail been broken Into Apparently all t f.
guest of the members of tile Gilberts The object of the club Is to promote Mrs. E. W. Stlckney's many friends the Melbourne Beach on Sunday last. that bad been taken was from the con- .:
Bur Yacht club at their last meeting sociability and Improvement In every will be glad; to know she Is with her Indianola. Among those on board. this handsome tents of a lady's trunk, which had been t ,,
which was the largest held for ,some way for our place and In the near futurewe mother, Mrs. Glllis. A yacht were, Mr and Mrs. Chan. Llnne carried to the end of the platform and
time. The day was perfect as well as hi>>>pe to build a fine club house school; for The Atlantic ocean Is a great attraction man, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs.[ smashed with an ax. It Is not known j '
|the luncheon. Long may the flag of the the present we will use the old this lovely weather to people just airiv- John L. Crawford and family are ex- J. K. M. Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry "what was taken from the trunk. The I '.
Gllberts Bar Yacht club wave. house for our meetings ed from the frozen north. peoted very soon Hodgson, Capt. and Mrs. Colby, Mrs. same parties were chased from about tho I.,,,1 v
Vicinity of the depot and Plaza Hotel t .'
Chamberlain Miss Dusoomb Misses
The following officers were elected at Mrs. Tucker of Boston Mass. U ,
Don't forget to subscribe for the pink once
fithe CHILDREN Florence and Bonnie Hodgson and others.. property to near. the junction. Several
Sunday school on :Sunday last: POISONED.-Many newspaper ; and after reading/ newsy more with us, as the guest of her sister, '
The returned to Eau Oallla about parties saw them yesterday. In the even*
ren are poisoned and made nervous party : "
Superintendent Mrs. T. Uogartb secretary
; columns, send- it to friends In the Mrs, David Carter.
Harry Thompson; treasurer Chas. and weak. If not killed outright by moth. north. your -, 4 p. m., after a pleasant outing on the of any more suspicious, or Idle, characters ItA I/o 1
iMcl'herson; teachers: B. Kitching, Mis.Hogarth ers giving them couich syrups containing Mrs. Frank Bal'.ey: Miss Harah Ward Beach lurking/ around Cocoa or Hook- I ',
Will and Fred Fee their D. bt. Clalr Nisbet and Arthur Kobellng ledge, they should have a warm f \ !
brought / reception
Mrs. Haney, Mrs. W. Kitching opiates. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe mother On Friday evening, the 8th Inst., the I .
Mrs Kobert Mopherson, Mrs. Chas. McPherson and certain remedy for coughs, croup and aunt, Mrs. McLean, over to call spent a m"st delightful day, lust Sunday: Eureka hail was the scene of one of the and falling to give a good account ,"
Mrs. Agitha/ Thomas;Organist, and lung trouble, and Is the only promi- on friends, and to give their aunt a first at Cocoa Beach. most pleasant l events of the season, theoccaslou 'of themselves, get out at once and stay. 4J 'l ,

Mrs. Chas McPberion. nent cough medicine that contains no sight of old ocean. Mr, Sanderson has the honor of being/ being the Herman given by the r't

The famous schooner Mary B owned Cross opiates or other nniHona. Sold bv -Red :Miss Cummings served a fish\ dinner the first one, in our village, to turn darkness EXHOUIIVM of He. John's church, Ean Wonderful Nerve.

|t by U. D. Uendrlokson of Lake, Worth Pharmacy. at Myrtle Cottage to her guests and some Into daylight by the use of acetylene Oallle. Dancing/ began promptly 'at 0
friends. One In front of his beautiful having and with unabated Is displayed by a man enduring '
|J m ashore at the old Inlet one mile southof gentleman; pronouncedthe gas, place pin] was kept up many
| Gilberts Bar. The vessel lla In charge chowder the finest be had ever tast put up a street lamp. vigor: until supper announced.. The pains of accidental, outs, wounds. biulscs, '
of Tibbals. ed. Figures being promptly called with but ijurnn, scalds, sore feet or still |,,Inti.u. "
Capt Hamilton. Soon: after leaving Mr. and Mrs. James L. Crawford aftera
little Intermission. Melbourne ..& there's no need for It. Bucklen'st
,Jacksonville for this port the vessel Wednesday Mrs. Goeble Mrs Sedg two weeks to to the shippingof Troplo 7'"
< stay see and other adjacent point. were well rep- Arnica Salve will kill the pain ,and cure d"
encountered heavy weather, and when Mr. and Mrs. Saeger, of Palnesvllle, wick and Miss Mary Sedgwlok came over their oranges, returned to Scranton, resented and every guest departed at the the trouble. It's the best Salve: on earth ,} +
IWlberts bar was reached there was a In the mail boat bringing their lunch this week. When they come back about -
0., were the guests this. week, of Mrs clone of the eenln"lIl'le"od/ with For piles, too. 2-lots: by all druggists.;
heavy sea running. Capt. Hamilton anchored and spending the day on the beach. In the lat of February, they will bring there
his vessel inside the reef hoping E. J. Luce. > the afternoon Capt. Ueaujean sailed to t of the family with them. the entertainment furnUhed. Sam Martin ________. ._. ..__ lh. _
I to be able to ride till the blow moderated Mrs. Jennings gave a small Informal Eau Gallle, taking Mr. Perry Mr. Gibbs brought up a party of sixteen from
Word received of the Melbourne In the launch Dreamer.
has been
Jbut" the sea was so heavy that she partedall dance at the Club house, Thursday evening (who, doubtless, told a fish story or two) death
9th Dr. Miss Florence and Mr. J. A.
on January of a"eyC. Frakor Hodgson THE MATTHEWS
her the beach. her .
cables and went on fur guests.Mr. and Admiral Glllis who went to see how
The who but three short weeks ago left In Gilbert are to be congratulated on the I
| Is delivered by the the work/was his
steamer cargo Admiral being of the :St. Lucle River and Mrs. George Saylor, of Cop the Dawn. progressing on launch dianola to return to his home In Columbus ability with which tbey carried out the
I transportation, line., It Is expected that ley Pa., are the guests of Mr and Mr.. Ohio. The physicians technically details this most enjoyable evening.

gthe schooner will be floated again this Harry Jennings On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Colby, witha named the disease "aneurysna of the -, -- Launch
week. Mr. Jennings took a party In his launch party of friends steamed down from aorta." Dr. Fraker was one of the PNEUMONIA AND LA. GRIPPE Torpedo
Eau Gallle and dined on the beach. We closest students of bacteriology of his
the of the Gil-
on Saturday to meeting coughs cured quickly by Foley's Honey
sould judge, from tbe carload of provisions day and had /gained a widespread repu pSl7yy
Yacht Club.
bert Bar and Tar. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
A Close Call.
Very it must have been a six-course tation. In fraternal circle., Dr. Fraker
Red Cross .
"I stuck to my engine although every The "Perriwlnkle" party, glyen the dinner) Mr. Merrill and family, of Mer- was Scottish Rite Mason and for years Pharmacy.TITUSVILLE'S
[joint ached and every nerve was racked children at the Club bouse lawn Saturday rltt took a run down In their beautiful has enjoyed the honor of being a 32nd

I with pain" writes B. W. Bella mp, a locomotive afternoon, was a great success the launch, Kansas City; Capt. Sam Martin degree Mason. All Indianola ft lends, TRAINS.
fireman of Burlington. Iowa. little folks, doing good; work. Mrs. Fred brought; a party over from Melbourne; both old and new, will unite In extending -
I"1 was weak and pale without any appetite Hudson, Mrs. Gifford, Mrs. Luce and and Wells brothers brought a jolly party sympathy to the bereaved wife and The following the times of arrival
I and all rnn down. As I was about Mrs. Henry Andrews assisted them serving of young people over In the evening. daughter; are 'b x'' rk + t ''
I to!give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters number of good things to the children I I and departure of passenger train to and yat, + r 1 v

| and after taking It, I felt as well as later In the afternoon. from Titusvllle:
1 Domestic Troubles.It A LIFE, AT STAKE.: -If but
1 you
ever did In my life." Weak sickly knew SODTHBOI7VD.
the splendid merit of Foley a Honey
I run down people always gain new life, Saved From Terrible Death. Is exceptional to find a family. where and Tar you would never be without It. [waves Tltairllle for Miami sod I 1 2145 m
strength and vigor from their use. Try there are no domestic ruptures occasionally A dose or two will an attack of I UiOBpm: :
them. Satisfaction all of Mrs. M. J.. Bobbltt of prevent Intermediate points st ) 3l: p D1
guaranteed by The family but these can be lessened by having pneumonia or la grippe. It may save
ilruggists. Price COcts Bargerton Tenn., saw her dying/ and Dr. King's New Life Pillsaronad. Much your life. Sold b) Red Cross Pharmacy. _oaTH 1100_, A Comfortable and Speedy. Pleasure '
were powerless to save her. The most trouble they save by their great work In LesnTltuavlfefor ,Jacksonville ) 8W: s m
To l\{ ufcfans. skillful physicians and every remedy used stomach and liver troubles. They not I 2ur2pmsad Launch, built In sizes between 17 and 75 i
failed while consumption was slowly but only relieve you, bat cnre. 25cts at all Notice to Stockholders. loterraeillate points st ) .::211 p m feet In length. '
A baritone born for sale nearly new surely taking her life. In this terrible drug stores. M Tltiuvtlle for eanford 1M LID
; Arrives Tltosvllle from 12:00 p.m
Manufacturers of Hulls In Amer
cSt hour Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Largest ,
$23.00; will sell for 1200. Can be wit BE A :MKKTI.VO or THE !
een at the store of turned despals Into joy. The Drayluif.Draylng THERE kllnlden of tile Tltosvllle Electric ica. Send for Illustrated Catalog
W.AXKKB A Co. first bottle brought immediate relief and Light Company,WerinemUv.,January 27ti>. The prevention of consumption Is en-
J.R. :
loot at t o'clock p. m.at the Indian River Star.Banlr and Marine Gnlde.
cored of the
continued her. commencing
Tltnsvllle, Fla IU use completely at TI'anllleJ..r1a., for tile purpose of tirely a question
It's the most certain cure in the world or hauling of all inch promptly electing a Hoard of IMraotors of said ooicpaor. proper treatment In time. Nothing Is so
tr- We cannot to publish for all throat and long troob ea. Guar attended to. Meets all train*. Stove and attending say sod all other hunlnme that well adapted to ward off fatal lung THE MATTHEWS BOAT CO. ; ,
guarantee .
itema that do not reach this office before anteed. Bottles fiOcU and $1. Trial wood.for sale at all times. mar a.r.t. dAr' aooa. on Thanda.L.b bottle. free at at drag stores. E. n. IIoLTEX, TltusTille.I by. Red Cross Pharmacy. Bascom, Ohio U. S. A. d +



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,I ,. or '(CT We' latter la of a rich golden. Florida East Coast Ry. --I

bronze, something unique among evergreen

3'I' A Golden Ruleof *'. Thin juniper Is of a ratber 1
flat, spreading growth fitting It for LOCAL TIME CARD No. 51. In Effect Dec. 15, 1903.

Agriculture : positions which the more upright ever '
Be !good to your land and your crap '! greens could not till y4rbte' SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHaOUMO-.!READ ?..

will be goo,,. Plenty of 110.83 No.2 No.8 -
Th. Mlnaeeota Fruit Problem J D..ly. DIo1l7.: I Dally'. n"lb. I
A largo portion of the area of this y -
I PotashItttheferlflzeraprthiquallt3' great state la well adapted to fruit I .. oft .A 00p.1000aLv............... ... .,,.............Ar 8 to a 1 10 .-
II I :a Ia OS" aiD 08a .... .... ,. ...S"Jack.onvlll..L" 8 Ua. 1)I, .
... growing. It la limited by a few very qcrs01 FFA a f P .11 JII a.. .;... .,...,:..S""DRn8t1n..................... T 10 a e lOp 10 111... .
cold days In winter and the problem r I U V 011 6' a ..:.............. .....lIa.tln"I.I...... ............ II 48 a a ., "I : pi
I I .1 Ot s11 12 p .... .. .. .....E.Palatka. ........ ..... .. .. .e0laeesopo
and quantity in the liar- of the Minnesota grower has been bow a ,f ..1Q IOpe-li 60 i'Ar.... .. ...... ......I'.tJuo.. ..... .... ..... .L" .l i a i. 117n : II'ft I
vent. Write nt and + ) to protect his fruit against such trying lC .! .qpall tap Lv... .. .. .... ...... Palatka .. .. .. .. ........Ar.7 00 a a.!..to.a K t .
ws will send you, conditions. On the approach of winter ,.. .. .l o pAr.............../jall, M.te"...... .. .. ....... .Lv a a if i ,
fret, by neat mall, 1, the trees should be mulched to k yq 0 .t'OO .sootLv............ ....Ben Mateo. ... ...............AraTMIasIhO.ZAr
our money winning protect 4 p fI173p x ................. euga ....... .........L 1 t 6 67ami-lr;.
books. them from root killing. ThM mulch .Ii rio, 57p 8 100 V ........... ...........Bunnell.. .....-...........?. f 6 66a r 4Ii p
WORKS. may consist of any strawy material or .: II O3pe1 08p ......................Dupon"..................... I/Ja. an" JI
Year .a sa P a 183 p ................... Ormond.- ......... ........... a 6 09a a a OD
i New 3 Nassau SI. 4 stable litter, and even a small amount 115 :f Up ................... Daytona .. ...... ......... 8 4 fiB 11.1 iQ pI '
er of It will protect from root killing;, i 13. ""I" a e3 ...................l'ortOrange ................... e 4 4Daa 8 40 p1 1fi'11
s,0.r12ESo.irosdBL l C 1 s / 17. a II 11 p. Smyrna...,.............. a 4 Naa 0 AI
which in liable to bo especially injurious I I ru 40a a I .3 p .........Oitk 111\1.\ ................ .... f 4 00. 8 I 03 il Ir
In severe winters when the ground; al14aaS14p .................... .Tltll.vIJle................... I 28a. I Alp V
.N II'S 'II a. 17p ................ .....,..Ooooa... .................... 161 a 8 I Up 3-
Is bare, and It abould be generally understood $5a 4 10 p ................ ....Rookledge! / .................... r I 4"a t 10 p I I I
that in this section we are B 110 a a 4 .7 p..................... ............... ......ii I 110 a .12 47
I. f Boa a 4 65 P ...................Melbourne................ ... .110 a all .7
quite likely to have tile ground bare In aLmti ?? II 18 a. II 31 p ........ ............Seb..tlan ........,........... 1 'lIT" 81t 6. pill
winter. -Professor S. B. Green of Mlnnetiota //1 .4 06. r I I' p .................... Bt Luria......................a 118 a fit 01
II 3p ................... .Ft. PI.rue.........,.......... all 80 a 810 I .
In Chicago Itecord-IIernld. j 11/11I" fII p ......................Tlbbal...................... nlllJl a 110 all a i I'i
''i f..11 a a II 'f I' ...............Eden y.................... tll OOm 81.0 f0a I '
.- a a .8 a .l D8 p ..................... Jensen. ...................... ellila. p .10 II a r
Winter 1'rnnlnK Un..b.. Tri-Wcokly Sailings. J. f' Sic a7 00 p ..................... Stuart..................... ill 'D p.1019. ..
In pruning It Is very Important that f/ tit a r'l .2 p ................Hobo Bound ...... ......... ill 10 p f 948 a .t; J,
-elf! s e 40 a .a 7 48 p .................. West Jupiter.. ......"...... ...... al 01 p s 869w ,
Free the healing process should start soon .646aa,00p. ...............WentPalmBeaoh..1. lOp.8tea
and after the wound la made; otherwise the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. I S 8e a. 3 50 p ................Palm B..auh.. .................._. ,10 20 P 88 GO" t.eos ;
Acce..tedl -= QT a. 17 p ......................BnY'ntoo' ............ ........ psBma &,
Masons. cambium will be killed back quite a :, is i 18 a. C a8 p ......................Del ray.' ..................... 81$ p" 7 69.ty It
distance, from the A..n" aged Surface. and Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) s '166a MI0 Up.. .............., .Ft Lauderdale.................. a t 112 V' 7 oe a "
-- -- .810 a .10 .0 P ................... Hellandala.................... f tlI0 p a e 40.
!healing will be greatly retarded. For ; :5. e 2e a Mil 011 ..............LenlUn City.................. a 7 i7 p a 8 2T416.1110PAr r..
Indian i No. 00 tills reason winter pruning should benvolded The Finest Steamships in the coastwise serviceThe .. i .. .. ...... .. .. 1I.ml.... ..... ..... ...... a743Pae2naSCIIEDULES ,

particularly In frosty weather. OF DRANCII LINES.

River % TltuavllleSsQC In the early fall or late spring the cambium Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

'" /T la active: and wounds mndo at Direct bervice Between 8A.NrOBD BBANCII. ORANG I CITY BItANCR.a11Zo. .

Lodge. AtrfN Florida. tlilH time start to heal at once and thereIN Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. L.
little or dying back of the BTArt0Na, D.II I Dil 81'4T101ll'' .
HoliU Its luneUngH the '" ond anrt fourth Fri. no cam D Drily Dall D.II10det
day of each month, HI their room Indian. River blum.-\V. W. Hutt. Canada.A (Calling at; Charleston S. C., both ways) ituavt ..,......Ar all hip
Hotel,Titus Idle, at 71JO: )o'olook p. m. 17 IB a .,,......,. ............ 37p 110p .1010.. iv..11. m7rna..Ar a 10811 a7f0,. ,
T. H. Wtiilom( Worshli!>rnk Master 8KMI-WEEKLY. 8A1LINO8I... .......... Boston M 113 a Lv.....,,..,. Oateen.. .......AM111 1.1a S.ltp fill 11. Lv. Lake Hel.n .Ar!a ,
Southbound... .... ......... ... . .. .... ... ... from Lewis ... ..... '. 11311108
Itobaat ..
Hoar. ., .. ill ma all 811.
M.V A.H. Hanm Morgan. Junior Bunior Wardon.warden.' Climbing; Clothtlde Sou port Is a ro Northbound. ... .. ..... .... . .. .... .....r.......from foot of Catlierluo. Street, Jacksonville Soso.lAr.Nenf.rt..9 e4 a ..... .. .LvataOe a.4 4lop.0" .Il. Ar. .or.ftty: Je..Ly.12 De!!... K 1\\,
J. M. Dlxou, Trsamirttr.
J. II. Walker i Hnnretary. bust growing; rose, with cluster of Johns River Line. No.23 Na 2' No. 19 No.17 MAYPOBT No. 18 No.20 No 21luaday

J...O.;M.' Black Taylor ChaplAln.K. Henior. Unannn.K. .. rrenmy .bloom"', shading to plnlc at tbcenter. Clyde St. bandy I Dally- Dally DRANOH Dally- Daily.\Suuda7onl
IC. ;Ire' Junior Uunooii.C. It emlnred, the rigors of In1 (DeHary Line.) .why'. ea Sun 1n1,

1 H. Walton.Bnnlor Steward Winter wlthont protection, began t' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. all OOp dO 1116. B'O asteaLV,1a1.ondlk...........Az........ a800aa440p41N.
A. A, Stewart, Junior Steward.
....... .
bloom the end of /1,1 aI03p 101eaaS38paa18aLt..3aJnk.osdlla..1.r./ a702aa432p'la52pa
J*. Wlbuurt.Tvlor. .Itino wan n'p"wlthont Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. Francis! reHfonl (DeLand), and intermediate. 'land-. 4310, Ila .1 a e +....... ......Abblach.. .........Lv ....... a 7 10. a 4 OOp.tI"'lif.
V. M:. Wooten, Marshal. flowers! up to the middle o* Inge on the St.John'* Kiver. 0 iap fl8 68 a 'lOP'r 0 e4 / Ar......... ...111..11. Baat,... .,. LY ........ t T 10 at. eD p fIl46.at a
__k. ___ __ Ol'tohrr.-Hl1rnl, =New" Yorker STEAMER CITY OP .JACKSONVILLE." hapea1IOael80paV1Oa ..............."ypon.._......_....L" ........ a700aa340panas

---.- -- Is appointed to sail a* follow: Leave J.-ujknonvllle aiuulaye, Tuen j, A TROPICAL FRUIT, YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING Returning, leave Sanfortl.l\'londaya.(' Wetlne.U.iys and friUnyu, 0:30 a. ui. from the .several utatloae but their m., rival or departure at the tlmee stated Is not fmarammd. ,
-- -r Nortii-Hound nor dues tbe Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence. arising, thsre.from. .
When Boutbliounddown.
you take Grove's Taateloss Chill SCHEDULE. .
Tit Alllarittor Pear In Mnuif<-*ntr Tonlo because the formula la 'te"1 Read up. J
Grown In CnlUurnln nil Jkp'IorMa.A plainly leave a at> p. u>. ...... .... ........ ..!...Jar a.my IIe. .., .................. 4rrlve 200..a. in. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
printed on every bottle showing that It Isalmgly Leave 8 4A p. in. ......................1. ...Palatka.....I... .. ... ............. Leave 8 CO p. m. STEAMSHIP ,
fruit whose 'appearuuco grows 1 IOHBrtt Iron and Quinine In a tasteless 'Leave BI"Ia.m.( ........ ..... .... ........ astor ........ .... .. ........ Leaver 280p m. *
u ( >mmon In our city markets In. the fo.m. No cure No pay uOcts.o Leave 4 30 a. a . AC. Francis.............. ........... ....ave 'OOp m I, MIAMI-HAVANA LINE DIRECT.
Leave .. ............ ...Keresluril (iMLaud) ..... .......... ...... l.cuveLeave U: 00 i.oon. Effective! ) from Miami,aria.:: Thursday Deo.mb r 1'7, 1908.
alQgutor pear, also known all iiguucuto Arrive 880.. in. .. .?......... .. ...... .... SanCord .. ... ......... ...... .. 9 3f) .a. m.
Mv&cudo, nilda4ilpinun'a butter etc., the 'vr d.J\1"4p .;o dJ. u.Aa.1d/ 01140018.\ Arrive le:ION a. m. ........ .. .. .. .... .. Enterprise..... .. ...... ....... ... Leave ID DO a. m. Lease MlMol. Thursdays and Sundays .........._._.. ......................-.....C *) a a
III |DOUI TI I Arrive K vans. FrIday. and Mondays .................................................700 II..
fruit of I'oraeu jtratlawlrna. n tree nn- | JO pus dIU JII I"J'IU 11 rt\JJ; CenM Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. Leave Havana. Fridays and Monday.............................. ....4 HO p a
tire to tropical America but now wlUo'Iy aii'j ;jo 0OJII v 'JU In ,.A4| II oajpou { as;; Arrive Mt.ml. Saturdays and lu.idaje .............................................._, 'u p a
: throughout tropical m\llttrles. uu II l aiddnaajd aij] ;o oojnf f aq.L M. IRONMONGER Aunt. Gen.Pass. ARt. 2O4 Want nay St..Jacksonville. Fla. ;
gown .. W. COOPER,Jr.,Local Irrt.6Rt.: Jacksonville. O. P. LOVKLL. Superlntanduiit Jacksonville.Voot MIAMI-KEY WEST: LINE.SffaatlT :
The principal commercial supply In ..d.d..ca .U"4. o. MOil Hogan St. Jaoksonvllle. Kla.
tho markets the United Staten' comes ._ A. O. HAOKRTT. Oon'l Rast'n 1'ann.Airt.: New York. CLYDE! MILK:, Gon. Frt. Afft.: New York. : from Miami, Fla., Tuesday' Deoombor IS, 1OOO. i

Opnao THEO. Q. KOKK. General Ma.laKer. WAI. f CLVI K at CO.. General Agents. Leave Vlamia. Tnwidays" Thursdays and Sainrdays.................................. 100 em t
from Jamaica. though there Is a con.telaerubllO ChoitebroiiKb Building ID State Bt.,Opposite Battery Park, New York. Arrlv .*** W...,Tue.d.Y''".Thur.da"and Saturday.........................M.....e 00 p
and liicrenRlntr production of 'cures a cold In 24 hours Relieves neiiralRta o. ii. \V ALTON. Agent, Titusviiio Fla. [ lioave Key Weet Wednesdays Fridays and 8UDd..0 a
till fruit southern Florida both 'on rheumatism, bronchitis and bead Arrive Ulami Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays................................... f 00 p 11I\\

rtb.9 mainland and tho keys. Small ache. nomfortlng and curative, swift, .An addition t* above Bt.amahlpe will be> operated b.tw_a Xr. Weel an4 '
sure and cafe The best of all cold remedies Havana a* follow I.
because the most efficient. Opauo Line
1s a small chocolate coated and Is Atlantic Coast R'y. Z>ave Xer Weal.MondayaW.dneadaysandFriday) ... ...................<........... 8* P ':
tablet I[ ArrwHa'vana>Tu* Uaye>ThareJays and Saturday .V..V............................* Mam |
sold at 29cts a box. Had Cross: Pharmacy. I

: Car Line r EffeotlT from Miami, :Jrl., Monday I>.o.mbr"t, 10O3. '
The Great from Florida.
'd.llqlldmull A\"N ;jo lla Jf.lnn Thtoegh,
'0118<110.1,1; s i I Leave'JonI.Deeember 81..!94 and II. ............._................................11 *> m ':
uap.tj; HI uonu.in altllll.gnaaadOJd TO THK< EAST. I, Ar-lYe NaaMa De mber89. 11II and January' 1...... ... _.. ......................... BOO P m j
;II| StKuoii u| jqaid-w uj ,lIIlD .l;) I Leave Na wa,December'1. 90 and January................. .. ,. ..,............. 10 00 a a I,
-dp a osnuo Lou goop |dtuin jo AtolS Over Its own rails to Savannah (Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence I Arrive Miami December 94,ll' and January 8....... ..... ..t,..,..,,...,..........,. too amXfEstotlTS '

{Iii.tm 110 ptMtmii .jo iiuijjiul! Sun {isuo.) vla.the PeuuByl.vanl""Hal1road." i : ) from :Miami Xla., Monday January 4, 19O4.

I -|iu.iouuuoo{ | pUll o.i.u j.id po| |l.f am The Louisville & Nashville via The Mobile A Ohio R. R. Arrive Nassau, Tuesdays' and Fridays ................................................. 800 p.. .
Montgomery; Leave N.._.Wednesdays and Saturdays: ...........................................10 00 a ..
MI1IIA| Jllll( ) )>>);; sH| JO aenu.h/'q MOH.lOtJ Arrlvs Miami, Thursdays and fluaoays............................................ ... 9 OOa a1
I r't4'' 'tk IU JlUII>.IJ; Jdni.tt .11)J .ClM| A'lOIUUIUOQ|) TO THE EAST< VIA STEAMSHIP.

1..1 eitUflsqua! 1"1>,1:1: II "I .1d.WIIi ;;: Via Savannah and; Ocean Steamship Company for Now York, Philadelphia, Boa- For.opy of Local Tim Card or other. Information addre. any Agent.
'waaofl aoJ .,.....', JC1UTA, tou. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa 1
vannuh and Merchants' and Mlotll'll'Transporttalon Company for U.tltl-! I I J. D. EARNER, Aa.t. Gen. Fans. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

more aDd Philadelphia.TO .

: ... --..
loss of FleshWhen 1CI2Y WKST AND HAVANA. I ,, '...ci.. ( .

k Via. Peninsular it; Occidental Steamship Company ....... "' 9,.() '\ ,.,. ccrnorr KWY4ti

BKOTIOff 0V ALLIGATOR PEA It. Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points ', _:N.4 11 Jy.J: .. '

A t quantities are also grown In the milder you can't eat breakfast lUILI<:AGI<: TICKETS. ;t Id;; ;';:ii ,. .b CLfl7ZAND

1 \rcgtoos Indian of aoutliorn type', which California.Is the only The I IVdat take Scott's Emulsion. Interchangeable mileage tickets !good over 13,000 miles of among the princi- i )r iI"'w'li' ''''o CI1/t'ACi eve FllrH ;; ; ,;+
pal railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. 7
found ( 1 9I
oust n tile markets of eastern
United When you can't eat bread For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, H
States yields n fruit about the
81231 of the largest pearn. The varieties! i idllXea' and butter, take Scott's FRANK O. BOY LSTON, Commercial Agt.( W. D. STARK, Tray. Pass. Agt. t7yv,_ fj TC.Ysr I
138Vest St. Astor Building'JACKSONVILLE
Bay FLA.
; T
from considerably In form and range 1 Emulsion. When you have H. :M. EMERSON. Traffic Manaaer.: W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pass. Agent( : LCUIs !CPIONaN
derp purplejto; light green In col- WILMINGTON N. C. I

or. Generally Speaking.' they are not I been living on a milk diet and r
) I fLf '
urft&o/ : a medium lzed eggplant fruitIn LOl/IJ1,7

furor nnd appearance. The portion I want something a little more a,.
a E. ::E3<>.A.R.I: > 4 ; : .4c '
on ton: Is a pulp which eur.ounde a sin8 take Scott'sEmulsion. l' %
1<1 large seed. In texture tho pulp Is nourishing, I

soft and somewhat like butter and 1 U> AIR LINE RAILWAY. JFfARRI

petriepa) most commonly. used for salad
ma>hIItg" To get fat you must eat 4 vTf U'1PIo--_..n'C ,

+ The Mexican t1po of alligator/ pear I fat. Scott's Emulsion is = FOR-
1 +
wl4teh Is now bclnitf testinl in California a 1rrvL', v

unit Florida; in |:1\ smaller tree and ;treat fattener a great SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN: SOUTHERN PINES[ RICHMOND, 1I 1
yldtds a much smaller fruit. It la, how I / SAAB ,
ewer reported to! endure nevernl deg strength giver. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK j .a. 4lI csAe.s a

,*eB of front whereas the West Indian Ul
Those who have lost flesh
tjp 114 I Injunnl ,by a temperature( of Sidivrnx :
Two Elegant Trains Dally I
>s F.; The nlllKator, pear 1 U>very want to increase all body -. Pt
different from ordinary fruits In compojittou Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. lc.LjN wJCfir1

since It contain n high per. 'tissues, not only fat. Scott's J t Pn. -A : ,
ceqtttjro of fut. In this respect It mi-
Emulsion increases them all
get the olive, although It resembles It ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. j SMOOTH RUNbuTiiERN

In too other particular bone, flesh, blood and f ? 4

: : J !
Golden Winter F......... nerve. For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent. .,ffCfC.
There are quite n number of ever- Seaboard, or write I

grQeuee wl tar which are more beautiful in For invalids for convalescents A. O. MACDONELL: : Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. |18. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt. RAILWAY :::1I vi) r
( than lu summer because; of the for consumptives T.
pretty color of their follnto at Hint sea- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

"',>''. and not the Il'lIIIt IIUIOIIK them lathe for weak children, for all -- -- ---- I I S aHNGTON! NEW YORK II ASHViLLE'and, Ii

TItnrii Hul1l(Blots n 14011') "flejnntNMlmii.ioMi'ii Arl>orvltv.In the who need flesh, Scott's Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.United i' *nd tEAST' .| HOT SPRINGS 1 f -'

summer time It hag golden colored tips.e Emulsion is a rich and com- I C. ; $CIIVNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND OF T"E Sfo'v"oj

A9 9 anon clally HA when cold mnklnc weather! new comes urowth.. the fortable food, and a natural KEY WEST CUHA AND-TUB WEST Stated INDIES: Past Mail VIA- Routes PORT For-TAMPA:' AX) MIAMI, FLA. l 1 > ": fsO'. TH and WEST._ || *!!! "The Sapphire
wtxntc of the exposed foliage tH'comes Y..._.
tonic. Proposed.allinga la etTeot December 24,1'jiM.: 8 abject to change and Individual postponement J rd b..1gn '
of flame color Dlaleg Car
u anti In ci" t'elally brll- wicbonc notice. Nullm.n c.-
IliiAt when cxprmod to the sun. In Scott's Emulsion for bone MIAMI-HAVANA: (DIRECT) LIXR- J <>... AM Trla s>. **1 .Th.'0. It..,

fact when overnhndowed by trees or I.v Miami. ...Tlmrsiluys Rnnduys' .etnamu I.vHavana. ...Frldar. :Mnndays.4:34)pin: ..:......r.t.gN "
buildings It colon hardly at all lu flesh blood and nerve. Ar Itavana. Frttlitvs, ;'Mouiluys ..T:*'io a In Ar 1111.1111; ..eaturdaysTntiUa 4:00 P 'Il I 'AIL"s w'&v WAY B'r.. ., H. P. CARY. "*".... II. ....
beat piwltlon I I..* one entirely open. The ;MIAMI-KEY' : WEST LINELvMlatnl..Tree J.ae.e.vnaa. Xa.
Uitblt of growth of thin ( ; Thurs, Sat..annnm LvKsyWest..We.1FrISun..6aasm' : 'Y a Knho-p.n D G 8 H H..owca. 0 ,.... .Vuatixonaiing .
\ We will send
\ IstntBzmedlute _
\! youa A r Key West .Tue. Tlmrt Sot toga: ( p m Ar ;Miami' .... .W"d. Fri Sun.oo, mI'aa.eng ( to r M T."-- A. Q p A.. bl.n... C.
I between the. upright free sample. rs holding. round trip tickets can occupy staterooms aboard while ship remains. at ,
growing common Cliljiri and the Key West. -
btwbY.llow Dt sure that this picture PORT TAMPA-KEY:' VEST-HAVANA: I.INE
i I Sitf!' out of a height I of about two feet It In the form of a label i fA on Lv Port Tamps..amt'TaebThur.' .11 :1% p m Lv R nnA....TII..., ','Sat,12:m n'n B A--r N IRnAivF yS Honey Ifn-ia;
t, the Wrapper" of every bottleof ArKev Wml..M.'n, Wed. Fri ..IIOpm ArKey\Ve. .t..Turn,
*iW Thurs.Aat.3> the
w be < .
gome years before it would = Emul,lon you buy. Lv Key We ..... lon. Wed. Fri .. ao pm Lv Key \ "" ,, Thnn.8at ...10:30 pm p ra moat salve in the.worm cures colds. prevents p'JeumotJ1'
bo four. HAvana..Teem, Thn... Sat. .. dI TampaWeJ .
Ar :)) a in Ar Purl 1'1'1. Bun.... 8:30 p m ---
t Jood companion In the way of t e SCOTT & BOWNE. 1d1AMNASSAU: : UXKLv : ----- =-

P.eolulUIl! winter colon, lire the Ketlnlplalfcra *- CHEMim.: MIa..I.I....."' ,.,TIII "" 'IaJi ..tl :f1I\ptu LvNaassn.WeIne.day.Ratnrany.10eopm
lI l'lrl1 ourcn, the foitago of 409 Pearl St. N. Y. Ar>....""u...T""II..y.. Fridays' .... a:.w p ni Af Miami..Thund.,., Suudaye .... -iuoalna: THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTINlToFFICEAll
''I winch iHH-onies of u golden yellow, and ....m For rate. ,deMrlptlva booklet or other. information call on rallroa ticket. aicnnts, or add>es.,
tUf Uouvlua Gulden Junper. The col.It SO. and $11 f all druggist L. .
CHARLES MYER3 Manager Jacksonville, ria.I kinds of Commercial .
Stationery printed at the above offlco.

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Centre of Pineapple Belt. .

Choice location on the banks of the Indian lllver. Near the ocean. Large>
grounds. with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting.) Terms, $t '
.. .. .,
; .: ', .:.;;;.. 2.50 I Special! rates
:t 4 to *: per day. : weekly
: ;
.., .. .. ,:. ;. .:: :,. .. .. ......6.. .
,.',.., ,. 1 0:, ''" .'... _..-;:- ... GRAS M. COSS, Proprietor.

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Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc. ':

1 e Hotel "The Palms"WEOTrAL" BE AC II, FLA.A .

: -. ; yi H. R. SHARES, Proprietor. r

home-like hotel, well appointed giving the comforts without the coat Of i

-._--------- the more expensive ones. Fronting ou beautiful, I.Ike'orth, opposite the '
Royal I'olnoiivnn Hotel. White waitresses and cooks from White..Mountains.Klectrlo .
Benton and assigned,, by him to Tom
to lights and bolls. Cuisine the very best. Rates, *2: to $3 per day. \
SHE GOT Flynn. Then the parties concerned 14pecial by tho week. Address, "'TIIK PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla.
iV went to bed. '
3 '
i 0 -- i it ) ,
.lH a When Arbuckle approached his betrothed li[ :L't' I I
a tile next" day he was greeted '
d991i B ff.4n In THE PARK COTTAGE.Wl ST I'AI.lUEACIr" FI.A. :
with n radiance he hail never seen -, r w.
(a.fODGB [Original.] .
her face before."I've 'y' '
Ethan Arbuckle bad got wind of a got -my tnl.lIol"! "she, exclaimed Now Open. Under new management. s ? .
k fine strike on the Benton claim, on the "How did 'yen get It?" ." I c
Overlook Lake Worth. &r ,,
We of Jupper bill. lie felt sure that "Sold my farm lust night for-Just .. ,
no one except the owners of the claim think$ ..OnIII'rt ()!" Transient Hates, $:d to $2.50: per day. ,':;; .
) "
knew of the find and they wore too \ girl." '
busy laying. plans for Its pvelopment cutting tone. "I have some preparation
to concern themselves about arty adJoining to make and must leave you: for a MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress.

property. Arbuckle knew that abort time."
VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. the veins In Jupper hill ran east and Thnt WIIIII the In lit Amanda or any
J west To the vent! lay a largo farm one on Tnpper hill ever saw of Ar- LaGRANGE-SEMINOLE HOTEL I

that had been already bought by capitalists. buckle. The property! which Benton FLORIDA. t

On the east lay ten acres owned had bought for Flynn was Included In {Fronting on Lake Worth overlooking the Royal Polnclana. '
by Amanda Gregory, an orphan of the Benton mine and stock Insued for 4
Opposite potttofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- some twenty summers. Arbuckle had It to Tom and l his wife, for Tom married MRS. GEO. C. LaGRANGE, Manager. -,

met the girl a number of times and Amanda. fi
American Plan. $3.00,12.UO/ and |3.00 day low rate week
per Special by or
novated. Newly furnished throu bout. Liberally conducted. ... once at a ball JIa barn had danced Amanda got her trousseau! but long '
with her so often ea to excite the Ire after her wedding when she and Tom month. Accommodation :800. Open the entire year. i

of Tom Flynn, a redheaded freckled having spruced up had gone to Part t I
The same standard excellence of cuisine maintained which made d
Rates $2.59 day and
per up. sun of the soil who had been long to purchase! It.
used to consider Amanda aa his particular GLADYS HARRINGTON. the LaGrange-Columbta Motel, Arverno-by-the-Soa, I.. I., the ,

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. property. Arbuckle had been most renowned and patronized seaside hotel.

rather ruffled than pleased with the Irving's ISiicIiii. Wafers __ _ ____ .--' I

episode; Amanda had seemed delighted. I iro a true remedy for all kidney discuses, PAUL IJI.ACJ(. I
The find on Tupper bill put an entirely form in the
West Ba from Its most simple -pain
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STMORELAND HOTEL : new phase on the matter. The back, to Its worst and very dangerouoondltlonBrljlht's I I.
vein showed $200 In gold to the ton ; 1>1l1else.'e meanIt t
gave evidence of widening as developed when we say they will cure :you, and :Beach Club Caf
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and If hud not II-! I
open and must run through the property we would not say It we con I f'
of Amanda Gregory all of which 'lance In them, which In the direct result (Incorporated) '
ed this Fine and table. Hot and Cold Water ; in
season. cooking /Rood be 'ot our knowledge of tholr cures oases ''
meant. that her ten acres might OPEN JANUARY WTH.
Sold at
that seemed almost hopeless
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes. from any wharf or depots- All worth anywhere from a few hundred !JOcts a box by fled Cross Pharmacy. Adjoining gronnda of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Ileaoh, on the north. I I
thousand to a million dollars. It wns

street cars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.60 per day. for Arbuckle to decide, and decide at held Menlloa.Seedsmen .
once whether he would Jump In and state that there never wanDO Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. carry off the girl before It wns known ,
demand for leguminous
that she was rich. lIe would not have prevails First-Clans Chef, Cuisine and Service.
needs for planting purpose
considered such a course for a moment
' 235: : West Bay St. had he not absolute evidence that the now says Texas t'nrm and Ranch. Ir1."VL\"tc: :]:>::1n.l.n.g: ParJ.ors It '
he Everett Hotel Amanda's was a bonanza L. II. Shelter reports that the red or
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. property. lie decided to strike for Miss chocolate twit of Texas will produce Order received( for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours.OULANOO. /

Gregory anda fortune. the highest grade) of Cuban flller tobacco _.._ .._ .. ____ __' n _---'

Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired aDd Renovated. lIe Invited the girl to drive with hIm that can be grown In the.United -
States and equal to> the average imported -
told her that
and while bowline along
Newly Furnished. Rooms only.
one. 1
be had been captivated by her rustic
W. O. WINANS, Manager.. IT. MASON, Proprietor. beauty; that he had discovered an uncut It I In, now reported that the boll we SAN JUAN HOTEL ORLANDO, FLORIDA. f
found It to vII In Arkansas has proved to be the ,
----------- ---- -- -- -- ---T ---- -- -- -- gem; that he necessary
ST. AUGUSTINE his happiness to forego a match with "sharpshooter" which does considerable : 1

an heiress. In the east provided Amanda damage dome seasons. -NOW OPEN- v '\ t

would bestow herself upon him In her Itldses three Inches high were found
to h,> dcnlriiUh In sweet potato culture Electric: Elevator. Rooms With Uatha. t t l
poverty. *
YOl1 6UltD1116 Amanda listened with averted head. nt the Arlditcm: experiment station. For rates write, I

She thought of redheaded Tom Flynn" !Sow": turnips every two weeks for annPPaslon. HARRY L. DEEMAN, .," !jf.

whom she liked and compared him << I
Mr. Arbuckle, whom Owner and Proprietor
' with the elegant
PPOSITePOSTOPFICBand ..J.... ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA she did not love but considered a prize Simple Colds.If at all prolonged. _.. ---- ..
be ;
Congo to ,
Mont ......tr..ll..c..UOD fireproof. Him room ", ..11furul.h..I. uneducated daughter ofploneora. ,
In the city. Strictly Sixty far above an the safest way Is to put them aaldo at NI'W"OIU: ,
Kboro ouly. Open November to June. Addr. a. above. the very beginning. Ulllhud'slInrchollndSyrup ," ..

----- ----------- ------- "I hnln't got nothln' for a trusso." she stops a cold and removes the rauao 1 ''
said by way of rei- >ly. of colds. 25o, tWo and $1.00 bottle at 1
"Never mind that. replied the woo- led; Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvlll. .._ Hotel Marlborough n ,
er. "We will get one In Purls. After -- --- -- ;

1 TRIA.I::T RIVER 230TTLh: :: we ore married will be proper for me 'I'liltltiMT t'p the ..n....*. f
scorched the
to pay for what you wear." Ciinnu i phllltll'IJlII IK by Bromlway, :'tilth and ::17lh Streets, NEW YORK. ,
before lifting !but should be till,
A tnnn was coming down the road on front 400 Rooms. 200 bath" rooms. Muhted entirely with electric lights.: Conducted I
TITUSVILLE, foot. When he reached a point wherehe nil up before suffering! a freeze bard on American and Kuropoim; plans, and Is managed under the personal '
FLORIDA. could be plainly 'seen he showed the enough to kill the Mullen more than supervision of the owner
freckled face of Tom Flyun. Amanda halfway down; othenvlxe the sour nndfroxen E S. CROWELL, )[anllllor.; i ,

I colored. Arbuckle looked ill at ease. sap returning down the stalks .. ..------
EL J. G. BAST, Proprietor, Flynn scowled and passed on. Into the roots may poison theta so they -

It was long after dark when Arbuc will decay during early winter sops

DUCK SHOOTING.' kle brought MIss Gregory to a decision Gardening, F<:: JR. S.A.LE. .

1 tlr and turned toward her home. California 1'ruiio Wafers. ,
i and FISHING "Do know Amanda," he said nature's r'
you Purely vegetable, they are .
.. .
.. .. ...., ... "that It will be necessary for us to be product and should! be I In every IIOUHOlolrl. --
Rates $2 60
_.__ _. :.. ;"- foa. : per day.
; _
.l -- ,...., ;. married at once or wait for several They cure constipation and all
--.--;:-.";.'--s'r- -- -. $10 and $12 per week. years? My Interests In tile east demand IlHonlers of the stomach, liver and bow. Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 ,

- my presence there Immediately." sis. 100 wafers, 25cU. lied Crone 1'hur- r
-- -- -- -- - -- ---------
"When must you go?" uany. ------ Acres of Land. ''i I ,
uocKLRnoK. "Tomorrow evening; nt III tCFlt." Fra_rnn. Leaved ,.1.....

"That's pretty nuddent." For the window garden we still prefer

Arbuckle, who hud little confidence fragrant I leaved<< plants Much tin Y

that the secret of the wonderful strike many of the pelargonium1. and such I
totol Indian River
ROCKLKDGE, FLA. would bo kept forty-eight hours, bent flowers as pcrfmn the air daintily and

all his prrmiantve force to accomplish a not oppressively nays a Houllierii writ .'
marring at noon the next day and at pr In Gardening. One plant xf Olnnfragrana St
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.: last obtained the girl's consent. Then and one of Daphne otlorntii ei" h '
SURROUNDED BY .A' LARGE ORANGE GROVE.ELECTRIC he drove her up to her cabin where she we always keep In the window of tbe SSiSlSJ'i. i fj*'"i "f\3KiS, **"** An i. '\" '

LIGHTS THROUGHOUT HOTEL AND GARDEN lived with an aunt and after a I kiss in living room.

ACCOMMODATIONS which there wall little warmth on ei
ther side left her lie had no sooner IrvliifrM Iliiclut AVnfers
RATES: $3 AND UPWARDS PElt DAY. driven away than Tom Flynn entered sure scalding urine, backache, rheuma-
$17.SO AND UPWARDS PER WEEK. Urn, nervousness loss of sleep sediment
the gate. Amanda was standing on the
10 the urine, renal calculi, diabetes. and I
EXCELLENT BOATING, threshold looking after her newly made r-
ill kidney troubles, Including Bright'sisease. : V-,4&
FISII NG, betrothed. Turn began a protest against They are purely a vegetable ; p
AND HUNTING. her Intimacy with Arbuckle, but she compound and acts directly on the woak
HERBERT' L. LEGG, Proprietor. topped him and told him all that had xt tissues. and blood vessels of the kid-

occurred. Tom smothered his anguish ley and urinary organs.: Hold idiots a + ,d, ,
Proprietor of Laural House, Haloes Falls, CaUklll Mountains( N. Y. and went oft to begin his watch on the bus by lied Cross Pharmacy.A. .A

claim In the next Held, where the strike 4 4N
.*..N......++.++.+.....N..+++..++.++++..NN....++ had been made a strike of which be Vmmnl. C le) J. I
Ignorant. "How much tlo you expect" to spend I p J'y
wp( // 4 I
"What's the matter, Flynn"" asked for yot r_ wife's birthday present?" I
I Plaza Hotel. 1 Benton owner of the mine. "About half ns much as I shall."-

Tom confessed that be was being Judge.

. ,. robbed of his girl, who was to be married Located at SATING, three quater of a mile south of EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA
: INDIAN RIVER, R oat :.1actga F1n. State of Ohio, City of Tuleda, I l
: to Arbuckle the next day at noon, Lucas County. f VK on the Knu Gallle\ lllver, less than half a mile from tho Indian River, and two j,

i "THE GREll ORANGE GROVE I' : tben went on watch. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he 1 lathe and.. half miles from the Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south of

: RESORT Of' FLORIDA." : Amanda was preparing to get Into senior partner of the firm of F. J. Jacksonville, on the Florida Eaat Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station 5'<-
bed when there was a knock at her badness the city
Cheney & Co., doing have ,
Buildings erected In 181H, and some of them never
S and ten minutes later Benton wa of Toledo and State aforesaid, Joining tbe property
J A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of tbe famous Indian door County died few month after tbelr completion.The .
aDd that will tbe sum of been the original owner having
said firm occupied,
* River, In the midst of an 80-acre bearing orange grove. Steam heat In T admitted. pay
. every room, suites with bath ; filtered rainwater; location conceded by <> "Hearing' that you are about to bemarrletl. One Hundred Dollars for each and every hotel was opened for about two month''prlor to tbe owner's death, and l

* everyone the best in Rockledge; Ease Coast Railway depot In the hotel <> ." he said "and are naturallyin use; of Catarrh that cannot be cured by baa not been used since. AH toe buildings/ were erected ID the most substantial

* Kcounds. Oranges; free to the gue.t Liberal management/ and rates. J need of funds lye called to help you the use of Hall's Catarrh FIIANK Care.J. CUK.VET. manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel and cottage are completely I''

t* Accommodations for 200 S. II. PECK, Manager. ** ont" Sworn to before me and subscribed Inml I furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been uaed. There are two
"I do want a trnwo. this Gtb of December, connected with sewer etc. 1
. Mich. XLeading presence, day artesian wells, twenty cisterns ,
Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL, Pet skey. "
* .... neon ot the Great l lakei-Upen June to October Ns Til boy your farm. i. I>. 18WJ. A. W. GLEASOS, The property cost the orlglnal'owner .&&SOOO and will be sold at a sacrifice: I
...4...................H.......4..........44.4.. "You whir (Seal.) Notary Public. the property
Yes. What do you want for ItT Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken Internally The above eat fairly represents t
"Five hundred dollar an acre." Bald and acts directly on the blood and masons For particular apply to or address! ,

AST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE the girl, dreading that the had asked surfaces of tbe system Send for EZRA F. HATCH, D. L. GAULDENVII.. A. WARNOCK,
COAST too much. testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney A Co., Caretaker on premises. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner ,
Toledo O. Sold by druggists: 7 cta. N y I
Jamaica .
"Irs bargafnf'Within Titusville Fla. ,
a Florida. ,
fall'. Family Pills are the best. ,Eau Oallle
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. art boor a.deed.- 1t,d



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January beaded by Dr. RoAlns,bagged: : J. R. WALKER & CO t r-Or,
Advertisement! In this column will be I Board met Monday morning party,
Inserted at the uniform rate of One 4th, 1004.(( Present J. M. Dixon forty quail, Wednesday a couple of milesof I

Cent Word. No ad vortlsement, however Chairman;J. E. Fultz, and R. E. Mimi, Titusville. -DEALERS IN-

small, less than 20 cents, eauh in Secretary. The minutes of the last Messrs. Rollins, Mason, Freeman, Bor-
I advance each iiufrtion. Orders for discontinuance meeting were read and approved.The tnn, Osban and others have been bringing Dry Goods,

must be made In writing./ Treasurer's report for the monthof In large bunches of quail, duck
Bond check, money order or stamps to December 1003, was received, read, etc. Into Tltusvllle this week.
snipe ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE,'1'1 Tltusvllle Via found correct, and redeemed warrants Furniture,
t ai duly cancelled.Mr. Mel ra. Edwin A. Freeman, Joshua E.

S. $. Jones was appointed Supervisor Borton and T. O. Coulter, a party of ._
E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, real estate who- of the Shoes etc.
for the Cocoa High .School : Philadelphians are guests ,
dealer ha choice bits of real ,
some Mr. W. J. Ragan was appointed Su- Sembler cottage/ Titusville, bagged 102 .
estate for sale. Call him.
4 upon pervisor for the school at Banyan. ducks on Wednesday.Mr. .
.ow.r 7 The of Dr. L. A. Peek as .
resignation -AGENTS FOR- '
and Mrs. Saeger went
LET-In f.
STORE TO the AnvooATK Supervisor at Melbourne was received
"WHAT CAN'T BE CURED Building, Tltnsville, Fla., suitablefor and accepted.The the Bessey hotel dock, Tuesday, and

i MAY BE ENDURED" any kind of business.-Apply to resignation of Mrs. C. T. McCartyas landed with rod seventeen and reel.fine large sheepshoad CONTINENTALTAILORING .; ? .
C. It. Walton ADVOCATE office.
Supervisor atAnkona, was received
and accepted. C. 1>, Blakslee made the largest catchof

If you're Insured, for then the wiping TWO THOUSAND AMOOR RIVER Mr. Cbas. T. McBride was appointed sheepshead this season, Monday CO
out of your house chop or factory by (fire when he banded 0,050 pounds says our
(+, .Privet, f25.)0() per 1,000; Strong/ plants.L. I Supervisor for the Melbourne school -
means only a temporary Inconvenience CAMERON, the seedsman, The following bills were read and passed Stuart correspondent. THE BEST CLOTHES.
jour Ions It made good and you can start Jacksonville, Fla. for payment an per list of Itemized On Monday Oliver Gibbs opened the I
afresh with the of
money any our staunch
expenditures. season by catching the first trout; since
and sterling Insurance companies will FOR SALE 8 horse MIanl County School Fund. which time he and Mr. Perry have kept John R Walker & Co
pay you promptly on proof of loss. Cheap, a -power reaohera'lalarl..*... ... ... ... ... .. ......fl,4:10: 00 our tables well supplied with a variety _
Marine Engine Motor, complete; ]R K Mlmi, Supt ................. ......... 7500J .
Branning Morgan /guaranteed to run. Call Box22, Palm hf Dlxon,per illem ... ... .. .. it 00' of fish'says our Melbourne Beach cor- TITUSVILLE.
Beach, Fla. tf J K fiilu, per diem and mtltnge.......... 23 OO respondent.Col. .
John Henry typewriting rain for pub... 3: on --
e Fire and.Llfe Insurance Agents R K:M linn,uuHte..Inc exp,f rt. exp ...... 17 M Perry C. W. MoNabb and Chaa.Snodgrans ...............................................

TITUSVILLE, FLA. WANTED-Orovo work by man, who 1 0: State KMIum Hank, olerk, niuialagent.nervices.-0'.. .......... :28 13 OO returned on Saturday last f Morgan & Brinnlnir.. Proprietors. E. R. Blakewooil. :Reelntereil Drll,.."!.,.

has fifteen years.. of experience, and bad fi A PnwAr.. hniillnuittitlla.. .. _...-----.-- Jtfl 81 in' from A ulinntlnrr trio on the UDDer St. -
charge of some of the best groves 1 In 1' L Ey der. --"--- i---.:::;;; ... 8800 Johns. The party bagged several l wild ,I

the State. References. Box 02. West W 1J itdwarde: .. ........... M 00 turkey and.other game while away says :
K: >< >
AUTOMOBILES.WINTON Palm Beach, Fla.WANTEDrPrlvateFamilles. N Stephens Btokea. .. :' ::::::::::: SO 4500 00:: our Eau Oallle correspondent.Messrs. .

l Cocoa SOOIeason& Rook, nmtfurNoa News pub.ananclal.. .......stat.. .... -BOO a 00 Wm. II. McFarland and II. O. : RED PHARMACY

Six adults J Rl'umeroyfrtlorNo 8................ 4 60 Cross left Tituavllle, Monday for the r
for the winter at Blair's Cottage, Mer O W Drawrty, ino ep 1 or No 83 .......... SIS woods. They have gone after deer, bear : ,
TOURING CARS rltt, Fla. Launch for guests. Elegaut K: C I.umb& Sup Co, supplies for 4,41,21 38 40
,. U E Mims.p.in.,1OOO tamped" envelopet., 21 :20 and wild cat. They returned on Wed-
STEVENS-DURYEA andOLDSMOBILES. home cooking./ Northern owner, &' : [ No 89..., 1182 nesday, and yesterday the guests of the TmJSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i Cabin cat-boat for cruising/ for sale Stan ConventlonoffTeachera.,.,,,...:.., 8200 Indian River hotel were treated to some
r L, Kyzer, for ...... '
hauHuif No :3 :300 J Complete Stock of-
T GASOLINE ENGINES MARINE HndK ou Itron, stove flit for No 6,24 ..... 918 venison stake. Messrs. McFarland .and r ..
WANTED-A reliable old man (white JA Alderman hauling;glmll tor No 6...... 800 Cross took some of the venison to their PURE DRUGSA AND DRUGGISTS
STATIONARY and PORTABLE preferred) to do the work on a small A O IMttmar frt and exp for No 8 ....... 13 00 camp at tbe Ilau lover. j SUNDRIES,
!M K Hall .. ,., .. ...
too exp for No 21 2 75 .
place; permanent job; light work and K K Me Laugh)In, luivber for No 23 ...... 10 00 Messrs. C. L. Berge; and Joseph r 0" Prescriptions Filled With the
FOR SALE-2Jj( 1 horse power, 4 Cycle I, fair wages to satUfactoiy. AddressBox I J H Raker.I"mnltur nontn for No 39..,... 3 35 Atkinson of North Tltusvllle : Utmost Care and From ptitnde.....:
H F Hull, .. .. are keeping '"
301 I. Daytona Fla. 2t hauling shall for No 81) .... 16 00
Gasoline Marine Engine, price( $115.00.(, K B O Ky f rt on ifuUfor Mo 9O ......-I'-.. 11 00 their house well supplied with game, WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
Drew Co. ............ ,
6 horse power, 4 Cycle, Double Cylinder crayon 340 some big bunches of duck, 'coot and
PRIVATE BOARD 1NO on Merritt Island American Hook Co, textbooks ..., 12 itt Choice-Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes
been noticed
Gasoline Marino Engine, price $225.00; ; Flantem'Bncnrlty.. Hank fliiOHl agent.... 1(113( : quail having hanging; Toilet Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles
; Station: Coooa; lu private northern HHi: Minis, Bupt, ..xp to State oonv.. .,.... 11 HO side, near their klrohen, this week. On kept
I this includes shaft, propeller wheel, magnetos family, near Itockledge. Superior S8 JnueH, inoexpfor No 4 <....... .... 75 Tuesday they sailed acioos Indian River = by up-to-date drug stores
batteries and spark colls. These, board for six /guests; $lU weekly. A O FUitren,ins exp for No 2.. ...... .,.... T 90 after another of duck and lrCir" We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders
launch and cabin catboat for sale olttre. r John Henry. data for State apror .. ..... 100 supply < returned ...............................................
t engines are made and guaranteed by the Btmnpe Hi Hltohooek, repRint tor No 2.... T 7A/ with 40. Master Eugene\ llerge
(,rant Ferris Co., of Troy New York. Blair, Merrltt, Fla. 18-4t I'rltclinrtl 4 Son,repulrstorNo2... .. .... 8 8 W accompanied them on Tuesday's duck -- -- -- --. ---
John Henry.coin ns treiu :2nd qr.... ...? 16 41 1 rYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTY
J F Hall, shell.for. No 8 and. 89. ... ........ 2700npeoiai shoot. .
your -
Tax Boiiool lint JNO 1.
LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND or Business for cash, no matter John Henry com as co t ea 2i.il qr...... 1 69 AN ENJOYABLE SOCIAL. : Fire Insurance !
where located. Send
me particulars,
Special Tax School Din No 2.
on prices, eta, and receive plan. Its > s
John Henry,nom as oo tread 2nd qr....... T 48 e
free CHAS. POWELL, Teaoliori cularlea ... .. ... ..... ... .... 70 OO On Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. t If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and .
THE WHITE GASOLINE 11) W. Mohawk St., Special Tax School plit No 8. Geo. M. Robbins, of south Titusville. C you loose everything It Is your own ;"': '
ENGINE several :
Buffalo N. Y. John .. gave a very enjoyable party to P
Henry com a*co tread 2nd qr. 1 OS '
Marino, Portable and Stationary, Manu, Special Tax School Diet No. 4. friends. Vocal and instrumental music fault. FIRE INSURANCE and"4 "w"... ':' ,

faotured by The Globe Iron Works, oj:f WANTED, A POSITION' ON' A PLAN Teachers Salaries ., .. ....... .......... 116 00 was a feature of the evening./ The sing- to cover the value of the property ..- -
Minneapolis Minn. Ing of Mr. Bagge-with Miss Daisy Brady household effects should be carried r. "f!
tatlon. Understands livestock. Can There being/ no further business, the ..... .ff
operate Irrigating electllo light Board adjourned to meet in as pianoforte accompanist-was much Rates not The .'..,"
The Wizard / regular session are high. companies' (
Jump all
Magnet price appreciated by after
plant. Can handle labor. on Monday piesent. Shortly solvent reliable and _
$14. Apple Dynamos $18. Strictly morning, February 1st. ten o'clock the guests retired-to the dln- we represent are ,
temperate and not afraid of work. liberal. All Claims promptly paid. a.1..Z, ""'" ( rz
These engines and automobiles are Boat of references. "Progressive," Ing-room, where refreshments were partaken Write us for rates on your property.Don't :-- -
carried In stock and be Box 030: THE PROGRESSIVE CULTURE of. At II:20 p. m the social cameto "
can delivered I Penaacola. Fla. 2 neglect ,to.take out a policy.
promptly by CLUB. an end, and all wended their way to
their respective places of abode. Among Schuyler & Wilson
FREK-Knowing what It was to suffer ,
the out-of-towu residents
The Florida present were :
Motor Co I will give FREE OF CHARGE, to any Mrs. D. W. Monroe entertained the Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Berge and Miss TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

afflicted, a positive cure for Eczema,Salt members of the Culture Mabel of
Progressive Clubat Sprague/ Berge, Adelphla N.
bourn, Erysipelas! Piles and Skin dis her pleasant home in South: Titusvllle J. ; Mr. Joseph Atkinson, of Freehold,

eases. Instant relief. Don't suffer loner /(- Monday afternoon, about twenty ladles :y.J.\; Mr D N. Coue, of Benton, Fla.; ----- .- ---

:Et.. Xs. J.WOTLO'VV.: write F. W. Williams, 400 ManhattanAve. being/ present Including several guests and Captain Chas. W. Cone, of White
., New York. of the Club. Vocal. and instrumental Springs, Fla.DEATH. E_ Z: : : R.A.D-Z &i :3R0.,

music and recitations were furnished by IN- _
YOUNG CfllCKH 1-100 or more, Ificta Miss Lassen, Miss Daisy Brady, Mrs. E.
each, ten days old, safely shipped four E. Kollln and the hostess, who also OF MR. .BROWN. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT
a weeks after ordered. Now Is the timeto served delicious refreshments
1 f 1 hatch for next winter layers when The Club recently rented a large and Mr. Win. M. Brown, of Tlrusvllle- We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE

t. i egg/ are high. Brooders made to order pleasant room over the PostofBce, which Miami recoiled the sad. Intelligence, We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cones

? for southern climate. Recipe for was re-deoorated for them and where Fr'day of last week, of the death of his era. Write no for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.

Sore head, 25cta.; Blalr's Egg Farm, they have this. handsome library, which father, Mr. Edward N. Brown, in Colllnsvllle E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.W. .

Meriltt, Fla. they are adding to from time to time. Conn., at the home of his daughter; -------
During/ holiday week each member of Mrs. Cbas. D. Allen.

WANTED FOR U. H. ARMYAblebodied the organization/ made the Club a present Mr. Brown wan In his 82nd year, and I.B. GOLDSMITH

Q6H unmarried men, between the and an a result, new chairs and a had bin recently returned from a year ,
ages of 21 and US; citizens! of United library table were added to the furnishings spent in England his birth.place. lie

States, of good! character and temper. which U Is hoped may be augment had twice visited his son, Mr. Wm. M. -Dealer In-

ate habits, who can speak, read and ed as time goes on. Brown In Florida, and was active in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT ANi'
write English. Fur Information apply The ladies of the Progressive Culture mind and body up to the last, death ,

to Recruiting Officer, 324 W. Bay St., Club have worked untiringly, with the coming painlesHly while he slept. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

JacksonvilleFlu., or 30:1: Bull st Havan end la view of a public library for Tltus- The funeral took place at the Episco TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
null, Ga. 4t vlile similar' to those at other places pal church In Colliusville on .Sunday
i Fine along the East Coast and last and attended -
Liquors Wines Beers, ; Incidentally, was by a large concourse T"
mutual Improvement and social Inter of citizens, who followed the re-
Ales Stout Etc. B2T When answering advertisements from INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
In course week to week. mains to the grave
these columns
S3T"Send me your orders I you would confer a Heat or cold has not Interfered with
TITU3VILLE and COCOA favor by saying you saw the advt. In the the FLA.
FLORIDA. regular meetings and now the Club
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing/ Is wlllinf\ to admit library members A SOCIAL PARTY. I Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentk

you will receive better attention from ladles or gentlemen-who enjoy the paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
William IIindle the advertisers. privileges of the books, and assist la a Capt. and Mis. P.Nelson, gave a pleasant T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
good party lo a number of friends at their
Subscribe for the ADOCATK and get home In South Titusville last
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON Donations of books of periodicals will
news.Robbins. night. Vocal and
I be gratefully received by the ladles of ; Instrumental music
WORKER. -- -- was rendered followed F. Ruhlmaxi c& Co.
the Progressive Culture Club, Titusvllle. by dancing in
which all took the
part, evening's entertainment -
Plumbing, Pump Work, ripe Fitting & Graham winding up with refreshments
GALVANIZED Co.. CHURCH NOTICES.W. of dainty oider. A feature that added 281 Washington St I NEW YORK.
1 IRON STORAGE greatly to the enjoyment of the evening 93 Murray Street. }f N. Y.

1 TANKS MADE TO ORDER (Incorporated.) F. Shoemaker will preach at Mints wall the rendition of, some Danish and
PAID UP CAPITAL fJ ,000.00.( Swedish music on the pianoforte by Miss
next: Sunday at 11 a.m., and at the
Your Patronage Is Solicited. LasBen, to the accompaniment of which
Methodist church In Titusvllle
at 7 Oranges
This company ownsLIAN p. mAll the genial ('apiain and his wHo "tripped Pineapples
COCOA, FLA. are to attend. ,
: light fantastic" with much grace.
ID S, Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City The host and hostess certainly know nand -

J Bros. In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. Point, Sunday: Jan. 17, at 10tO; a. will; at how to please their guests thH occasion Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
Hodgson Eau Oallle at 7:.10 p. m. These be being no exception to the rule
Luole River; at New River and on Bay the fist preaching services at these
L represent several of the largest shippers In your State and wish to re preset
KAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. churches before the pastor goes to the BOUGHT AN ORANGE
i. annual conference, which convenes Jan. GROVE. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.
t Marine ltallwa,. Send for Land List. 18th at Tarpon Springs.ANOTHER .

General Merchants and Judge D. L. Gaulden, of Tltusvllle,
Ship Chandlers. Offices at Titusville and Miami Fla.
has been quite busy during the past two ESTABLISHED 1870.
..Special Facilities.. CANDIDATE.Mr. weeks, In Jacksonville, attending to

for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing some important law business which may

; Yachts and Launches. East Coast Meat Market J. E. Fultz, of Sprucebluff, asks take him to New York. M. Lane & Son
us to announce the fact that he will be Recently, the Judge purchased the famous -

Mention the ADVOOATS when writing. G. F. DUREN, Agent. In the race for the office of County Supt.of Turkey Creek Grove, at Tlllman, ,
Public on Indian River, Fla. This
Instruction at the property
E3:: coming
C'c:.9 primary, and that his regular announce- consists of over 200 acres of land, with 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
i Stanley Kitching WGb ment will be published later in these 600 bearing orange trees. We congratulate -
-- ::::a. columns. Mr. Schultz Is a member of the Judge upon owning one of the
-Dealer In- Brevard County School Board. prettiest places on the East Coast. Southern Fruit and Pro due
Judge Gaulden owns another tine orange

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS e:= grove In the Turnbull hammock, a few
::::a. CARD OF THANKS miles north of Titusvllle.

Tobacco and, Pipes Temperance, Candles Drinks., Fancy China Commissios: :Mesch.ar: : :: ...ts.

The following; brand. of cigars delivered try Editor East Coatt Advocate: ESCAPE OF A WILD CAT. FLORIDA

at IJ.23:. per box of CO: _. U2 Dr. and Mrs. Dixon wish to thank the PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
= The wild cat which has been
Ilumboldt West cow members of the Indian River Band for on exhi-
Key Smokers Preraos
a the lovely music they so kindly tendered bition In front of Motlow's saloon on Stencils. Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
Cremo, Cubanas, .I'obal kl. them on Saturday night.SHIPPING Julia street, for some weeks, escaped _
Flinch Cards,oOo.; Hand Made Palmetto TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.J. from Its cage last Sunday afternoon, and

Hats, 25o.: Is now enjoying Us freedom once more GLARED

STUART, FLORIDA. L. MOBLEY ORANGES. in the woods. Some boys were teasing MASON M.
the animal and In a fit of rage It managed

Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Miami, who has an to peels aside a loose Iron bar of
TITUSVILLE, FLA. the and 110 Murray Street and 160 West Street
orange grove In the Turnbull hammock cage squeezed through.Mr. NEW YORK.
Contracts for all kinds of Paiptlng Kal- Is having his fruit shipped this week by Motlow expects to get another,

fOH 10, somlning/ Staining Finishing and Paperhanging Henry Carlisle, of LaGrange. The and If anyone la found worrying U he

consistent, at with the good most workmanship.reasonable price : will amount to about five hundred bozo crop, I I will have them arrested. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant

Hare your eyes examined and fitted All Work on the East CoastIs Change Schedule. For Sale at Georgians, Florida.

by the expert.: : Especially Solicited.Let 15 acres Improved land, centrally bested -
Florida East Coast Railway now tine frontage of 14 rods on Indian River Florida
DR. G. L. m' know what want and card In effect January 12th Pineapples
MANDAVILLE, you get my will Contain\ One young: orange; grove In Oranges GrapefruitExtra
estimate on It. Prompt attention In next Issue. For information relative bearing. Address, T. II. CHAMBERS
Titusvllle ,
Florida given to all work. to trains see the ticket agent. llm
Georgians Fla.
Early Beans and Vegetables.