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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. 37. NO. 33. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY aa 1OO4. PRICE C 5o.: (



LOCAL NEWS Attorney F. J. Webb paid a visit to -Mr. E. J, Boud, of Farrnlndale, N. -Jensen Items arrived too late for Orcvant County Lands For Sale AMONG THE HOTELS.
Jensen this week, upon law business.Mr. J., will arrive here next Wednesday, on this week's issue i
visit his friends and Mrs. C. I..
Lnd TopIcs of General Interest. A. R. Moore, Rockledge, is advertising a Berge,to of North Tltusvllle., Mr\ \ -The many friends of Mrs. Jos. P. East 'a' of Southeast tf, Section 12. The ADVOCATE Is on file every weekat
some valuable property for sale Brown are pleased to learn she Is recovering Township:< South, Range 40 East; 80( the American Club, Havana. '
In this week's ADVOCATE. Read the ads. SEE OUR OVERCOATS-For men. Box from her late severe illness acres Fine pineapple land, vory near ,".
THE ADVOCATE, Coats for Ladies J. It. Walker A Ankona Station on Indian River Price, Where to atop along the East Coast.
TUB MAYFIELD WOOLEN MILLS ; of In
-Mr. J. S. Coats, Rockledge, wan 4th and I.
hotels 7th
Co. Tltusvllle Fla. See list of on pages. .
$1.50( per; annum In advance. Clothing, Suits and Odd Pants, large town yesterdgy; and planked down $1.50( $anoo.Merrltt's. I *I<< ]
$1.00 six months, '. line to select from. J. R. Walker & -Mr. R. H Seymour, of the law firm for a year's subscription to the ADVOCATE Island, near Courtenay. for- The ADVOCATM ls now on file at all {
$2.00: per an. to foreign; countries. Co., Tltusvllle, Fla. of Worley & Seymour, Miami, was In i merly known as the Geiger Place; 107j. the best hotels New York city j

{When you subscribe for the ADVo- -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Penny, town yesterday, attending to legal business -Mr. 'I' S. Sanders, of Indlanola, left etable acres land.Fine pineapple Price, $050., orange and veg- Do not fall to stop off at Rockledge: ,

*.TK by the year, It does not cost you on Tuesday morning, a twelve and one- before Judge Jones. here, yesterday, for Jacksonville\ to attend Merrltt's Island, lOll acres, long fronton where there are three fine, up-to-date 4
tree cents per week, postage; Included. half pound boy. Mr. and Mrs. Pennyare I -Mrs. W. F. Jlbb and little daughter, the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Indian River, and Including oyster hotels-the Indian River, Plaza and New .

TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE lIon from Canaveral, and are stopping at 'of Daytona, returned home Saturday Freemasons.The permits granted by Brevard County. Rookledge. I'

lie at the following news-stands, at five the Corwin house. last, after a pleasant visit with Captainand little son of Rev. F. W. Shoe Good land for vegetables and some good Manager/ Summers, of the College
Ints per copy : -Among the pleasant"callers at this Mr. and Mrs. Bluss Rice. maker has been quite sick for, the past orange land. A fine oyster location. Arms, DeLand, Is a hotel man of con- .'

JTltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. office, last Saturday, was Col. C. C. Post, DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell week, but lal(greatly Improved at this Price. $400.Town < siderable experience, and la meeting with
I Jacksonville-Duval hotel. the founder of Seabreeze. Colonel Post Miami, If you want to buy improvedor writing. of Tltusvllle, lot 3, of East subdivision marked success.
.> Windsor hotel. Is whole-souled and Prices of old block 4. A fairly good I
a genial gentleman, unimproved lands. to suit of t
If want a nice piece property
'. Grlyot News stand. he makes friends wherever be all parties. I SPRING AND SUMMER BOOK OF house Price, $:JoO. you
; goes. samples for men's tailor made clothing; Town of Tltusvllle, lot '!, block A, cheap, read the ad. of the Sarno property '
Note date of expiration printed upon IF YOU IIAVE ANY PROPERTY -Major C. E. Graves, of !Melbourne I see them. J. 1C. Walker A Co.. Tltus Coleman'a Addition. Large lot fronting; on our 3rd page. It will be sold at a

j>ur paper or wrapper every week. This along the East Coast improved or unImproved Beach, was a pleasant visitor to Tltusvllle vII Ie, Fla.The on two streets, good location near center rare bargain. 1

1 a receipt, for your money. No needr send full description, price the first of the week, and his many friends of Miss Bessie of town. Good 8-room cottage. Price, The Beach Club Palm Beach under
us to send receipt for subscription. and terms. No charge; unless I effecta friends were giving him hearty hand many $700.) the popular management of Messrs.: I
Smith of Lake J
he date Rives It to you. sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville Fla. shakes. Pompton N. ", are giving lot In '
f ; her a hearty welcome at Rockledge. Town of Tltusvllle, fine corner Bradley llroa., Is now open and doing a

!!II Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Feilbnch, of Toledo -Read the display ad. of Geo. 1[. where she is very popular. business section of town. Pi loo, t"iOO.lots nice business I r

let line on this page. 0., have been guests( of the Indian Fernald Hardware Co Sanford, Fla., -Mrs. D. W. Monroe, father and uncle west Town of railroad.of Tltusvllle I' i 9) residence II) each. Remember, when you arrive In Jacksonville it

I -Do not fail to read the Florida game River hotel, Titusvllle retired all thU week. for on our business 4th page.and This firm Is looking for -Me lrl. D. N. and Charles Cone-returned Mouth Lake, H miles went of Tltusvlllo, stop at the hotels advertised on
they advertising "
are
Mr. Fellback Is a wholesale grocer of this Windsor Duval
published on our 8th page( to Titusvllle' Wednesday, after a 40 acres, fronting on hammock 7th page paper- ,
6ws, and will, with his wife, visit Palm It in our columns. Give them a trial.U' visit to Fort Pierce and the pineapple and pint pine. Fine h'ke'fart orangesvegetables Westmoreland and Kverott.

-Dr. Mary E. Sellen will lecture on Beach, Miami and other East Coast re YOU WANT THE BEST DENTAL fields, with which they are much pleased.Mr. and pineapples. Price, $2.V: : Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach,

harrlage, at the Opera house Tltusvllle sorts. work done, go to 1>r. Feigel.Mr. Robt. L. Motlow who recently South Lake, 24 miles west of Tltusvllle. under the efficient management of Mr.
la Thursday evening, the 28th Instant -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins has been lost his wild cat. Is now In, of Part fine hammock balance line, Fred Starry, Is rapidly filling with tour.
and Youths Nor- In Miami a few days this week, attend- Jas. E. Alexander, of DeLand.one another, which Is In a caste possession near his sal high, dry, pine land, with beautiful view iota. Palm Beach Is beginning to look
?ULL LINE-Boys ing to law business In which the Florida of the candidates for the office of of lake. Good orange, vegetable and
folk Suits at J. R Walker & Co., TI- East Coast Railway Co. and Mr. Geo A. congressman, spent a couple of days In oon on Julia street, Tltusvllle. The lost pineapple land. ICO acres. Price, $HK( ). quite gay J
tusville, Fla. Worley are much interested, as It Involves town the first of the week. Mr. Alexander one Is still In the woods enjoying Itself. Section B, Township 27 South, Range Take note of the Hotel Bellevue ad.

-Major F. M. Taylor spent a couple the right( or title to land fronting( the bayat says, that from the present Indications -Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan and son, 37 East; 42V acres, fronting on Indian on our 4th page. This hotel Is beautifully t
bf days or so in St. Augustine this week, Miami. It is a case of considerable he Is sure of being elected. Rosser, left here, Wednesday, for Jack- River and Horse Creek, 2>' miles northof situated at Melbourne, and commands -
here he went as a delegate to the Republican Interest. 'sonville, on a pleasure trip. While In Eau Gallle. Splendid high land, line a fine view of Indian River
-Mr. J. E. McKee, of Jersey City, N. Guests of this hotel will be well taken
convention.The the metropolis, Mr. Morgan attended the large" quarry of Coquina rock, high, dry
-Applications for furnished cottages J., after spending a couple of day at meeting of the Grand Lodge of Free and healthy. Fine orange and pineapple care of, and everything done to make
ladles of the Titusyille Progressive and rooms In Tltusvllle and other pointson Rockledge, making( some big fish catches, O1a on."Marrlape".. land. Splendid residence site. Price, them feel at homo.
Culture Club will sell refreshments Indian River are still coming Into the left on Tuesday, for New Orleans. Ills )
ioi)0. and
.
Fartntosh well-known
in their rooms, this, Friday, evening, ADVOCATE office, from the north, and wife will not be able to come South this ; will be the subject at Georgian Merrltts Island 10 acres Mr. G. a
( on ; attache of the Homestead hotel
puring the dance at the Opera house, many of the writers refer. to tbo bitter winter, owing to severe throat trouble.Mr. the Opera house, Tltu vllle. on Thursday extending the Island from Indian popular been ,
across has
lot[ Vu. having great
Springs: ;
the proceeds to go towards the library. cold weather they are having this win evening, Jan. 28th. Dr. Mary E.
River to Banana River good pineapple
Palm Beach and duck
; at -fishing
ter. If people have furnished houses or and Mrs. Augustus Pltou and Sellen, lecturer of wide reputation, will sport
REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL, Miami rooms to let, why not advertise the fact daughter, of New York, are now at their tell the audience some Inteiestlng facts. 'orange or vegetable! land. 7-room house .shooting. Mr. Farlntosh I II an enthusiastic -
is the man to go to. If you wanta Strangers are not mind renders.Mr. winter( home at Hohe Sound, much to Do not fall to be on hand. i In goo J condition, small barn. Price $760.I hunter, and spends a few weeks at '
r I lot 1 of Ar-
known
good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or the delight of Mr. and Mrs. Chas B. Jef Also 10 soles as Palm Beach every winter.
Vegetable Farm. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, regular ( ferson. Mr. Piton is one of New York's Judge( M. S. Jones, our popular Circuit belle, fronting both Indian and Ht. Lucte
winter visitors to Rockledge: who famous playwrights. The ADVOCATE Judge' ( has returned to Tltusvllle Rivers, near postollloe and railroad, high Mrs. J. A. McDonald of Miami, ls fit
-The firm of J*. M. Osban & Bro, have been at Kingston( Jamaica, for several follows 19 lobe ound.MI. from Orlando) .. where he has been nttend- mid healthy, beautiful location. Fine the Royal Polnolana, Palm Beach, wither
p ritusville, will bereafter be known as J.jV. weeks write us that they recently lug to hid usual duties appertaining to cottage, splendid pineapple lund. Price, > husband, who U the genial, whole-
Osban & Son, Mr. J.V.. Osban hav- left there for Cuba. After seeing the .." Eunice O. Parson, a charming the olllcn of the judge of the Seventh Judlcl $: ,roo. souled contractor for the Florida East
png purchased the interest of Jlr.1 J. C. sights ot Cuba they left for the Royal young lady from Ilarvaid, near Hoi ton, "'il Ciicult of Florida. Terms will be made reasonable to reliable Coast Mote) System. Mr. McDonald la
which is was a pleasant caller at this office, chasers. Apply to pushing forward the work on the new
)sban In the livery business, Palm, !Miami, and this week they paid a yesterday The Tltusvllle friends of pui
uow in a flourishing condition.Mr visit to the Wayside Inn, Jensen. In en route to DeLand. While In Mrs A. K. D. L. GAOI.DKN{ Breakers with every dispatch; and when
the past two months Mr and Mrs. Allan town she arranged for a date at the Wilson, formally this place but now Or, 'I'Itu.villaFla. finished, the hotel will ho quite an Improvement
John K. Walker left Opera house for Dr. \Mary E. Sellen of Fort Plerua, will grieved/ to learn of Jamaica N. Y. the old one.
and Mrs. have traveled o>'er i,000: miles, and now a WM A. WAKNOCK:, over
[here' on the 3:20: a. m. train, Tuesday, they nre glad to take a rest. popular lecturer, who will entertain our the death of her father, Mr. J. S, Stewart ,- 't
which occurred! at Standard, Fla. The San Juan hotel Orlando, whose )
for Jacksonville, to spend a couple of people on Thuisday evening, January ,
days or so. Mr. Walker attended the -Among the ladies who are spendingthe 28th. ou the morning of the 181h inst.Sunday's Attorney A. J. Lewis of West Palm new. ad. will be found on our 7th page, (
Grand of Free- winter In town are the following: Beach, arrived In town this morning. II a first-class, up,to-date hotel, under
Lodge
meeting of the ( ; Times-Union devoted
{ of N. J. Messrs.: :M.\\ S. Name, of Courtenay; near. of Mr. H. L. Beerasn.
Mrs. and Miss Berne Adelphla the management
,
In Jacksonville. Their THE DENTIST MAKES:
mason while and T. II Sanders of Indianola ly a whole page-Including' picture-to DR. FKIGEL, 1
Mesdames Bettle two the finest hotel In Or.
.The Juan Is
Walker cottage ban
at
sons, Charley and George, accompanied ; Mrs Wm. Tod Helmuth, one of NewYork's a specialty of crown and bridge work. tN
Chenaulr W. II Miller prominent orange: growers, left here on and. It is large number t
their parents. They are expected home Jhermult, O. F. leading society ladles. \Mrs Hel See him If you need good work. ; entertaining a ;
of Richmond Ky. Boukulgbt Monday for Jacksonville to attend the of tourists and when a reader this
and Aisle, ,
JtoiUy; cottage; ;Mrs. W. M. Prindle, Charleston, annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of muth Is the sister of Cape. Jas. prltchnrd -Mr. J. P. Wilson and wife', anI I, Mrs notice visits Orlando, remember the San I
the
ol Indian
president' River( State
-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Prindle, of West Virginia, Taylor cottage; Mrs and Freemasons. To-morrow they will board B. H. Wilson and dalllhterlIIKil\ Jel\n. Juan hotel, where you will feel as If '
[Charleston, West Virginia, who have Miss> Ray, Peoria, 111., Walton cottalle.iIr ( : : the Clyde steamer Comanche, and sail New Hank York, Tltuovllle, and is very popular In nette, will leave today, In Mr. Wllnon's yon were In "a home from home"
rented the cottage next door to MajorF. \\ I'. Nelson and Miss Latmen, of for New York, where they are going to city. boat, Outing, for Indlanola, where theygo '
M. Taylor's, will probably stay In Perth Amboy, N. J., Nelson cottage; ; see In what condition Indian lilver oranges -!Mr. F. Kagge, of Washington, D. C., to visit relatives and friends for a few Mr. Sidney Muddook, owner of the I t
town one or two months longer. Mr. Mrs. Canto Harris and daughter, and : arrive at this time of year-and, who was a guest of Mr. and Mrs I>. O slays PRim! Beach hotel, managed by !Messrs. ,
It Prindle who Is a member of the whole Mrs. !Sheppard Harris, Philadelphia, Incidentally, to get a little touch of win- Walton, Tltusvllle, for a couple of weeks Geo. G. Brook of Key Washburne A Hoggs, of New Jersey, t t'
l ale and retail firm of W. !M. Prlndle& Rice oottage and Miss Charlotte !M. ter weather In New York. They expectto left, Saturday last, for Jacksonville, -Attorney the Semhler this passed, through Tltusvllln, yesterday, en
,<'0., Is so much pleased,.with Tltusvllle Palmer, New York, Mime house; Mrs.\ A. stay at the Astor house, Broadway, New Orleans and California.: Mr lixggu Went Is at Is In Tltusvlllo cottage/ togal route to Palm Beach lie said he made '
week. lie attending
jind I Its people that he has decided to remain C. Gardner, of Brooklyn, at Gardner near General Postottice, so that they can was one of the finest singers, we have le matters before Judge Joints. mlle the run In hid automobile, from Madison I" I
here longer than he expected.Mrs. cottage. easily get to Washington( and other streets had In town In a long while, and his of West Palm lleach will Square Garden to the Clyde steamship t'f :'
J. Lewis
where the commission. A. illlco New York through the snow N
men are doing many friends regretted to see him leave. 411
M. A. Sprague and Miss Edna Whitehall, the palatial home of Mr. business.Mr. arrive today on the same business In twelve minutes and expects<< to take I
| erlte. of New York, and Mr. and :Mrs.1C and Mrs. Henry M.\ Klagler: at Palm -Mr. C. N. Patterson, the popular -Mr. W. Gordon' Brown, of West a prize at the Ormontl.V.lytona automobile
8, Chappotin, and son Robert, of Ro- Beach, hRS been open since their arrivala and :Mr.. J. D. Rahner, of St. representative of If. P. Chandlee Sons Palm Beach and lobe hound, who hasbeen races next week. !
l<'neuter, N. Y., are expected to soon month ago, and ,is more beautiful than Augustine, hat been occupying their at. & Co., Baltimore, hid, was In town from spending the winter with relatives I"
leave for the East Coast. Mrs Spragueis ever, for several handsome marbles have tractive cottage on Valencia street since Wednesday until Thursday' when he left In Lives poolamid other places In England, Mr. H. E. Hernia, \Manager; of the I f,'
| the mother of Mr. C. L. Berge, andJMrs been added to the court yard and gar- wedding they returned from tbelr For various places between Titusvllle and I. expected. homo very shortly' lie was (Intel Colonial Nassau, In connectionwith I
Chnppotln and Miss Beige; are his dens, nays the Daily Pilm 13each.News. journey, nays the Tatler. Mrs Key West. Mr. Puttersou, who" bus a In Now York thin week. the Florida); East!: Coast Hotel Cotn-
deters. They will probably be accomJpanlcd They are entertaining Mrs. Flagler's Rahner was Miss Edith Nyce of Bush lost of lends i In Florida, wan accomtanled mny's System, wan a passenger by the
by Colonel and Mrs. Morgan, of mother and slHteis, namely : Mrs.\ William kill, I'eonn., spending the winter herewith ![ by Mrs. Patterson on his last trip ----- steamer Miami, which arrived on Hun-

!!London The whole party expect to vis- Kenan, Mrs J. (l. Wise, and Miss Miss Emily Wilson two years' ago, Mouth, but became alone tliU time. DAILY PALM BEACH NEWS.The day morning. Mr. Bemls' excellent
Frederic '1'. Martin when !Mr. Rahner met her, a very bright of this hotel since ire
Jit Nassau and Havana and all the principal Sarah Kenan; also Mr. -We had several pleasant callers at nanagninvnt open-
1 resorts of the East Coast, Including of New York, and Mr. Henry Wai- and attractive young girl.( Their mar Jils office yesterday, amon.: them beingMr. Initial number of the Dally Palm lag three years ago, hive won for him C
iritnsville.: Colonel Morgan Is an olllcer tors, of Dal 11 more.Mr. riage wan church celebrated early In bride's June In the Thus F. Nevlns, one of the moat Beach News site received by u* on T lies-' much popularity, and we therefore hope C

of gm the British army and he and his wife and -: William K. Vanderbilt, Sr.? Is a village Following the near wedding the breakfast home.Mr popular chiefs of the fire department day, and It Is as bilin full of Interesting that the this Colonial 1 will than be It even ha more heeD socoessful In- w+

'pent a month with Mrs. Sprague distinguished; patron of the Hotel Royal and Mrs. Rahner started on their wedding Brooklyn ever had; Mr. Thos. E. Eagan, It.omllllli heretofore. We wish It much the Nassau season Guardian, leo.30th.
('laughter last lummer.traveling' through I I'olnclana, who has been here for the journey, visiting Pikes Peak and one of New York' well-known printers; success past,

|Europe past ten days. With him are Mrs. Vanderbilt many intervening points) of interest before \Mr. Desmond Dunne, one of Brooklyn's During the automobile races on the /}
William R. Prayers and big advertising contractors Mr. II. 1.. Jlockledtce, Indian Jtlver,
Mrs. returning; to their home. Mrs. Rah: Ormond-Daytona Benchdo not forgetthe
Wanted-Man and Wife. Mr. William S. Hoyt. They occupy a ner has a large circle of friends in 8t. Timken another prominent :New Yorker; fact that Hotel Ormond, under the r
a comfortable suite of rooms In the Augustine, and Is dellghtedwithber| new and the Rev E. L. Bartlett. This jovial Has one of the most attractive and able management of Messrs. Anderson A:
Man around) and hotel's new wing, which Is secluded and home. Mr. Rabner has been the efficient party of New Yorkers came up from best stocked stores along the East Coast Price; and The Inn, managed by Mr. W. 4
to do all
work place
help farm. Wife cook and do foundry quiet, having a private entrance. This Assistant general passenger( agent of the &Ierrltt on board \Mr. Nevlns fine naph- of Florida. You can find everythingyou H. Keoney, are the places for you to stay i iwhile
work. to was formerly occupied by the U. McK. Florida East Coast Railway for some the launch, and paid our office and paper need at tain store. All kinds of tine at Ormond. On Friday morning 7
Good for good couple. "
place Mr. Vanderbilt a. some much appreciated compliment '
plays
l Twomblys. very years. groceries and western meat. citizens who desire, may have an opportunity -
I address with reference and wages expected and baa chosen this They all returned to Morrltt '
yesterday.
of
good game golf, Particular attention paid 1 to the needs to entertain visitors. The Casino
JAS. MC-COUB, JR-- for must live afternoon, lIey. E. I,. Bartlet and
Form of exercise, one an Stock of Shoe except of yachtsmen and cruising parties. of Hotel Ormood will be beautifully
l Pompano, Fla. out-of-dnor life here. Mr.I Hoyt prefers Dig Mr Desmond Dunne, who left for Port 010.: N. H A're n, >rop. decorated and placed at the disposal ofcitizens
fishing, and has been very successful. Grange. !tlr, Nevlns Is a I large property Barton Ave., Rockledge. delegates( and vlsltot by Messrs)
J Hliarpie for Sale. Palm Beach News. I have just received a large stock of owner at Merritt. _.. ---- Anderson A: Price. Both the above are I
all the latent. Spring styles of the famous Irat-class, up-to-date hotels, and can accommodate -
Home For Sale. Elanan and Douglas( shoes, to suit the Uardner'ft Land for Hale. several hundred guoab.Pleaae ;' j
37-foot yawl rigged sharpie, very light/ Ideal Winter most fastidious customer and his pocket Klyer bear this In mind. t
I Iraft. Just put in A 1 condition. A book. JULIUS KLINE, Choice R and 10 acre lot on the Peninsular -
'00<\ sailer. Will sell-cheap. Apply to FURNITURE between Waveland and Suwalls '
Plate-glass front windows and door, Tltuevllle, Fla. ,
O. deO. SCHUTI.EB, M. D rooms and 'bath room; boathouse Point, fronting ou both Indian and St. FORT PIERCE HOTEL, FORT PIERCE: i
seven
Eau Gallle, Fla. and dock; gas plant; well, cistern, Launch for Sale. DRY GOODS, 'Lucle rl vers. Alec Improved places, and Fla. Sportsman's Paradise. Opposite I
windmill, barn, packing house, servant's SHOES. neat, three room unfurnished cottage to Indian River Inlet. W. 0.IoreI'rop. I'
rent. Apply to C. II. KA<:rev: ,
and tool bouse tools Implement -
Purntalied Cottage To Let. quarters,furniture,Including; pianoall new; 17 foot launch with 3 b, p. Palmer 0 spools .thread, Coats, :2 lets.CHAS. Imay Waveland, Fla. Good Chef and Walter.

83 feet riverfront; one acre orange( trees, engine, very fast, and shoal draft, has a A. GAUDXKK, Tltusvllle, Fla. --- -- ,
A flve-roon cottage, newly and finely 250; boxes estimated next year; other centerboard for fishing !She Is In good IM Your Gunollne Hnglne In -
irnUhed; running water. One of the fruit tree, flowering plants and shrub; condition throughout. Price $JOO. Wanted at once at the Fort Pierce r +
meet location on Indian River. will sell for 9000. Launch cost $1,500, R. P. TAT 15, Eau Gallle Pharmacy. I. Working Order? hotel, Fort Pierce, Fla. '

\ i lj. F. PETTEE, built In 190J: ; Glngras make; 6 horsepower Kobe Hound, Fla. d' 1 1For i
:;!t Rockledge, Fl.t ; 1000.( Apply by mall or In per Dr. L. A. Peek baa opened a new drug If not, drop me a line. Having been Sale Cheap. I4 ,

t --t__ son to A. R. Moore, New Rockledge Hotel for Sale. store at Eau Gallle, and the attention of connected with Palmer Bros.' Cos Cob -
'01' Sale, Orange and Pineapple Rockledge, Fla., 10 to 12 dally. our readers fs drawn to same.. Conn., manufacturers of the celebratedPalmer
it
Gasoline Engine, the best seller The Flannery place,at Haulover Canal, .
Land. The fine schooner yacht Eleanor 82 ft. on the market to-day, for five years, Iam 31 acres of land and a house. Fine loca-
For Sale or Exchange. long, 10 ft. beam, 20 Inch draft; cabin, 4 White Men Wanted. prepared to do all kinds of Repair lon, for a Clubhouse; 2,000 feet water ,

COOo acres choice land suitable for berths; :2 staterooms, 3 berths; toilet Work on Gasoline Engines. Write for fronton the Lagoon, also fronting on r
t't rowing pineapples and oranges on the 25 ft. launch, 0 ft. beam, 8 b. p. gas room; galley, stove and dishes; head W.ntedtwo reliable, sober, white Catalogue of the best engine on the the, Canal. Excellent fishing and bantng. a '
radian and St. Lade Rivers; will sell a* engine In first-class running order; cost room 0 ft.2 In. She Is In fine condition. men, who understand farming; work market, and get full particulars fromE. I Also 10 acres of Hue hammock land 4

whole, or divide; a bargain. '(MX); make cash offer or what have you Can be seen here at Tltusvllle. Address, until June lit guaranteed State age P. JONES: at !Shllou. Apply to i
C. BCCKMAJf, to exchange for a good launcbb Address Titusvllle Marine Railway, Tltusvllle, and salary wanted. Address, Pompano Klvervlew Hotel, F. J. WEBB: ,
::0f b4 Jacksonville, Fla. Box 11, Ft. Pierce, Flace. Florida. Packing Co., Pompano, Fla. 3t. Merritt, Fla. Titusvllle, Fla.

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== Itev. Carlisle P. Martin. la "'po... Rn...li OverWorklleakens

ll .. cold In winter to
+ 11& -- -- --- ----- In HuHRltt.. where the
_ Waverly, Texas writes: Of a morn Intense. tint markets are very curious Your Kidr e s.
very
Ing, when first rising, I often find a
r
things. The meat Is frozen:; the carcasses

AMERICA[( IS CONFRONTEDBY produces troublesome a cough colleotlou, and \'arl11ard.phlegm whloh to of dead animals, as sheep and Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

,, dislodge; but a small quantity of I3al- pigs, stand upright outside the stalls; I
A4i lard's Jlortiound Syrup will at once dislodge everything, even game and poultry requires All the blood In your body passes through dl
three minutes.
it, and the trouble Is over. I to be thawed before It can becooked your kidneys once every JMIS.
The kidneys: are
POLYGAMY # know of no medicine that Is equal' to It, and' the market people's dressis J5 M blood purifiers,they your filter
and it is to take. lean most
so pleasant
and
i as picturesque as it Is warm out the waste or
cordially recommend it to all persons, !
comfortable Impurities In the blood.If .
s . By CARDINAL GIBBONS needing a medicine for throat or IUDgtroubl..I
frozen all they are sick or out
Trice 25c 50c $1.00 bottleat Then the rivers are over
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lied Cross Pharmacy, Tituavllle. the winter long, and so thick is the ice 'mss of order,they fall to do
their work.
that one can skate anywhere and
every Pains,aches and rheumatism CECELIA STOW!,
COURTESY. any time, Stalls are put up on the Ice
VIRGINIA
come from ex- Orator,Entra No js Club
t confronted in the United States and busy markets held there.In .
":": E are by polygamy. ---- cess of uric acid In the
) I THE POLYGAMY THAT EXISTS IN DT Its Operation Mr. Ca'pepp..r Ca_. the Asiatic part of Russia the people blood, due to neglected 176 Warren Avenue,
mean Into Ilia Own. live clilpfiy by bunting and flshlng, kidney trouble. CHICAGO, ILL., Oct.22,1902.
'5JJ' EVEIttf STATE OF THIS UNION, and there It Is the story of u polite und polished and the fur of the Russian! animals Is Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady For nearly four: year 1 suffered

\ of but rather Virginia gentleman and his landlady very beautiful-the ermine, fox. sable, heart beats, and makes one feel as though | from ovarian troubles. The doctor
this kind
is no law against polygamy, had heart trouble, because the heart Is insisted operation
also polite, pollahed and a Virginian. sea otter and others. they on an as the
laws that recognize it and make it possible. There It rained on a day not long, ago, and At the end of the winter when the over-working In pumping thick,. kidney- only way to pet weft, I, however,
w. I Mr. looked for his melts, the huntsman the poisoned blood through veins and arteries. strongly objected to an operation,
wheu Culpeppor
snow pursues
is a law against the polygamy that exists in Utah. It used to be considered that only urinary My husband felt disheartened as
I umbrella In the terra cotta tile in the elk. wearing long shoes, In which be troubles\ were to be traced to the kidneys, well as J, for home with a sick
law of divorce virtual form of :Mormonism in a modified -
Is not the a ball it was not there. Mr. Culpepper can glide over the snow very quickly, but now modern science proves that nearlyall woman is a disconsolate place at

shape ? Mormonism consists of simultaneous polygamy, while was fur too courteous to any that some I while the poor elk sinks Into the snow constitutional diseases have their begin- best A friendly druggist advised
body bad taken It. lie didn't even say deeper and deeper every step and is at ning In kidney trouble. him to get a bottle of Wine of
the law of divorce practically leads to SUCCESSIVE 1'OLYG- It was gone. lie merely looked at the : last overtaken and killed. If you are sick you can make no mistake Cardui for: me to try,and be did so.

'!'AMY. Each state has on its statute books a list of causes) or rather terra cotta tile and cherished regrets. by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild I began to improve in a few days and
It was ruining and he hud no umbrella. Ills Two Parch..... and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot my recovery was very rapid Within ,
pretexts, which are recognized as sufficient grounds for divorce a The courteous landlady came upon A story Is told of a Louisiana merchant the great kidney remedy Is eighteen weeks I was another
realized. It stands the for Its
highest
vinculo. There are in all twenty-one causes, most of them of a him and divined hid'trouble. who came to New York determined soon wonderful cures of the most distressing cases

trifling character and in some states as in' Illinois and in "Haven't you any umbrella?" she to secure a bargain. lIe wanted and Is sold on Its merits leinll't
,
very ,
asked. "Oh. that's too b'adl You cheap clonks, and after trying In vain by all druggists in fifty- '
Maine, the power of granting a divorce is left to the DISCRE-- mustn't think of going out withoutone. to suit himself at the wholesale houses cent and one-dollar siz it "y"

TION of the Just wait a moment till I get you he bought a job lot at auction. lIe examined es. You may have a '
judge.
mine." the goods hurriedly and bad sample bottle by mail Horn.o(IIw.mp-iu>o Mrs. Stowe's letter shows every
Evidences are accumulating each year that the cancer of divorce Mr. Culpepper protested but when them shipped home. In due time be free, also pamphlet telling you how to find I woman how a home is saddened by

Virginian meets Virginian courtesy Is was confronted by an excited bead out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. female weaknea and how completely
is rapidly spreading over the country and PQISONINO THE Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Wine of Cardui cures that sickness .
bound to prevail in the end. The land salesman who said the garments were
FOUNDATIONS OF THE NATION. Unless the evil is checked & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and brings health and happiness
lady went upstairs and presently returned out of style. [ again. Do not go on suffer

by some speedy and heroic remedy the very existence of our family with an umbrella. They didn't look that way," said the Irving's Uuchu Wafersare ing. Go to your druggist today ,
"There." said she '"Take It I shan't merchant and secure a 1.00 bottle of Wineof
life is imperiled. How can we call ourselves a Christian nation need it today and ;you are perfectly "But they are" replied the clerk. a true remedy for all kidney diseases, Cardui.

4 if we violate a fundamental law of Christianity ? And if the welcome to It. perfectly welcome." The merchant persisted that the from Its most simple and form-pain In the
back, to its worst very dangerouscondltlonBrlltht's WINIIQlRUIJJ
It And the grateful !Mr. Culpepper cloaks would sell but they didn't. ID
Disease. Wo
sanctity and indissolubility of marriage do not constitute a cardinal meanIt
stepped out and unrolled an umbrella desperation be returned them to New when we say they will cure you, and

principle of the Christian religion we are at a loss to know which was the very one be had lost, York to be disposed of to best advan we would not say It If we had not confidence ....

what does. Courteous Virginia gentleman courteous tage. On his next trip to New York be In them, which Is the direct result -

r Virginia landlady, and you needn'task again visited an auction house and ofour knowledge of their cures in cases
Let the imagination picture to itself the ;fearful wrecks daily -me how the umbrella came to bought a lot of cloaks. When be returned that seemed almost hopeless Sold at LA GRIPPE

caused by this nOCK OF SCANDAL and the number of families change owners, for I don't know. Neither home und examined his pur SOcts a box by Red Cross Pharmacy.How .

does Mr, Cuipepper.-Washington: chase he saw that he bad bought the
+ that are cast adrift on the ocean of life. Great t-trcs. is justly Pont alma, lAt M. h..,/.-.. TVnHiVi' WorkFibroid to E a_ Your Feet.
If a new shoe does not conform comfortably Pneumonia follows La Grippe
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laid by moralists on the observance of the Sunday. Hut what a
to the shape of the foot, put ona but never follows the use of
mockery is the external repose of the Chri tiau Sabbath to homes smoothly fitting stocking fasten the

I shoe and put the toot Into as warm Honeyand
from 'Which domestic peace has been banished by internecine war, F.OlEY'S
water as can be comfortably borne,
where the mother's heart is broken, the father's spirit crushed and covering the Instep, -nays! the Chicago Tar

where the children cannot cling to one of their parents without American. Hold the foot in the water
until the leather quite wet, then keep It stops the Cough and heals the lungs
exciting tho hatred or jealousy of the other. And these melancholy
the shoe on till thoroughly dried. This Prevents Pneumonia[ and Consumption.

l scenes are followed by the final act in the family, when the treatment will not harm the finest pat KB.Q. VACHBB, of 1X7 Owood St, Chlcnfro

family ties are dissolved and THE HEARTS THAT HAD ent or other I leather and makes any writ.*! "My wife had la grippe and It loft hel
,
lbJ I style of shoe fit with perfect ease. with a vary bad cough on her lungs which!
.VOWED ETERNAL LOVE AND UNION AUE SEPARATED VOLBT'S HOMBT AND TAB cared completely.
California Prune Wafers
TO :MEET NO MORE. Iteil Cross Pharmacy.Foley's .
J Purely vegetable, they are nature'lproduct --
This social plague calls for a radical cure, and the remedy can bo : and should be In every household -
,1 They cure constipation and all Tarfor
Honey and
found only in the abolition of our :MISCHIEVOUS LEGISLATION disorders of the stomach, liver and bow.
chiidrea.sJife.Mure. No opiates.
REGARDING DIVORCE and the honest application of the gospel.If els. 100 wafers, 25cts. Red Cross Phar

persons contemplating marriage were persuaded that once united L \ many. 5O YEARS
i
they were legally debarred from entering into second wedlock they EXPERIENCETRADE

would Lo more circumspect before marriage in the choice of a life Holiday

? partner and WOULD BE MORE PATIENT AFTERWARD IN ill

1' BEARING THE YOKE AND TOLERATING EACH OTH U;

ER'S INFIRMITIES. :: ""
;I : oJ' Exposures MARKS

!/ :, \ .' \ DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS .
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!I Beloit Liniment on ISartli. Tltu Tailor nerd : ;: : ;.'.....". .:,... sending it u'I and whether: :
The brilliantly plumed birds of the ; to Wl '( ."' Brings on Coughs, Colds, quickly.. aarerlAln I free an.
lit Henry U. Baldwin, Hupt City WaterWorks tropical forests are exposed to ninny :;;; t"i ii-\\\: Grippe and other troubles Intention t* probably pNtetuable. HANDBOOK ronimttnlrntlnnintrlatljronnddentlnl. on enfant. .
Shullsburjr, VVU., writes: "I lent frea. Olrtmit agency tut"uourlTi nl
danger! oral If they were not gifted @ Tumors Cured. Pntenu taken through Muim A'PI rocol.e
havo tried many kinds of liniment, but with useful that can only be promptly Spo' notice,without charge, lu the
peculiar yet Instincts they
have novor! received much benefit until I
UHoil li.illard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism would full ready/ victims to their enemies. A of nipped In the bud by using Scientific! Jl1U rltat1.A .
distressing Fibroid Tumor
t and pains 1 think It the boat Chattering monkeys and big case handsomely lllrj tmto>1 weekly. Largest, rtroulMtUm .
liniment on onrth." s3o! /GOo and $1.00 snakes steal and eat their eggs, while of any iinlentlllo'nur".... Tense Fla:
which baffled the Tropical four montin$L. Sold by all nowmlwilerj.
skill of Boston doctors T nri
bottle at Keil Cross Pharmacy; Tltuaville. their offspring are preyed; upon by ,
III NH & Co 3e1 *''". New York
foes on every side Hut It takes aBly
Mrs. of Jnocb Oaks,dye F BU ublovton.,D.C.: IFoley's I
Com)...!I v. Aim of Animal. monkey or snake to got ahead of the Hayes, Boston, Mass., in PineApple ---- ---_. ---

Q.-Wlint U the line of a HeM mouse? tailor bird, a small Knst Indian Ringing the Cure
following letter tells how she Kidney
A.-A year.' And the age! of a hedgehog bird She hides her nest so skillfully was
In three! times that of a mouse that her enemies cannot find It, makes kidneys and bladder right.
cured after else failed Tar and WineThe '
and the life of a dog IK \three Union no matter how hard they try. This everything by

that of n hedgehog und the life of aborne she does by using her long Blonder ,
E. Pinkham's
I I..* throe Union that of a dolt and I bill as a needle. With the tough fiber Lydia Vegetable Compound. Great Florida Rem-

the life of a man l IR thri-i times that of of u parualto plant abundant In the edy, backed by more thana aw r
a home, and the life of n JPMMP In three tropics us a thread she Hewn u dead: l\Irs.lIa3'ps. First Letter Appealing to airs. Pinlcham for Help million dollars of Flori-

Union\ Unit of n man, and the life of 1sWln \ leaf taken from the ground to a living "DEAR MRS.\ PINKII.AIt-I: : have been under Boston doctors' treat- da capital. Look at the

: Is t threi time that of a goose, ; one near tin end of a slender and ment for a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid names of the gentlemen rr -
amt the life of a swallow N three : hanging branch, and between these tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain,and the soreness extends I

dies that of a BWIIII, and the life of ; leaves: the \bullda 1 her nest, where neither up my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. l\lyab- who compose this company : r

an eagle la Ihroo times that of a swallow monkey nor snake can approach, domen is swollen,and I have had flowing spells for three years. Jly\ appetite and see If this Is dj J

and the life of a serpent Is three bemuse the! branch will not bear their in not good. I cannot walk or be on my foet for any length of time. not a sufficient guaranteeof m

time Unit of an eagle/ mid the life ofa weight "The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book accurately merit. Ob .e-)

niM'U In throe time that of a sera describe my cases so I write to you for ad: vice."-(Signed) ],Irs. WM S. JORDAN, PIIES., Banker and E! 62:5: At
pent, and the life of a hart I I.* I hI'1111111 \'(> The Klr t l.nlcoKrnphrr.Dr. : Eo I' lIAYJIs, 252 Dudley St., (Iloxbury) Boston, Mass. Capitalist ..: cDO
Johnson, even If we except his .:J Er
thot of a raven and an oakgrowetli
/BOO years and fadeth COO'yearsi r\l. oHHor, Bailey, was not tho father Note the result of Mrs. Pinkham's advice-although CIIAS. BLUM, VICE,I'ItESVholesale 2 oUOje! l

-Philadelphia North American. of lexicographers. In a volume Issued she advised Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, to take Merchant.J. n I Ibo11

&>pt. 13. 1803. by the historical manuscripts commission her medicine-which she knew would help her J. WILLIAMS, 2DViCK-riE8., Com- N:: 0... !
on manuscripts In tho Welsh language mercial Salesman.B. ....
her letter contained > z EI a
Simple Colds. it Is stated that the idea of illustrating a mass of additional Instructions W. SPERRY, TBKASUHEH, Prop.

Cease to be simple, If at all prolonged.The \ the nvennlng and correct use of as to treatment, all of which helped to bring Duval Hotel. o J

safest way U to put them aside at word by actual quotations from the about the happy result. T1IOS. A. DAVIS, SEC'TJ'AND: Mon, ,.
the literature of living language seems to
llall.ird'allorehoundSyrup a
very beginning. V C\e to
"DEAR MRS PINltDAU Publisher.D. .
stops cold and removes the pause have been first put In practice by Griffith :- Sometime ago I wrote to you degcrib. '''
of colils. 2": o, 6to( and .1,110> bottlo at Hlruothog, the herald bard of ing my symptoms and asked your advice. You replied, and I followed H. MoMILLAN, Vice-Pros. Consoli- = 8en

lied Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllla.Growth Wales', who died in 1M... It was not all your directions carefully, and to-da.y I am a well woman dated Naval Stores Co. 5.Si ; r

till the days or Dr. Johnson, 200 years "The use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound entirely W. C. YEISER, Pres. The Metto Co.

of the lluiuua Heart.A later, that a similar Idea took root inEnglish expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system. I can walk E. E. WEST, Capitalist and Lumber 5. 0iJ
iM-ItMititle analysis of the growth of .
tl
soil. An abbreviated copy of
.. Manufacturer.
the human heart demonstrates the fact Grimth Ulrnethotc's Welsh' Dictionary Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth five dollars fa1S s. :
L.
A.
that the liicroime In a drop. I advise all who FKALEIOII, Cashier Bank of
greatest and most was minds! by UU. pupil William I.lyn, women are afflicted with tumors or ;
rapid during the first and second yearn between toll' and 1373 and la: now In female trouble of any kind to give it a faithful trial."-(Signed) MRS. Madison. fl tts21 i =

5 of life. Its bulk at the end of the second I the free library at rtlltr.-t..omlun JS. F. IlATxs: 252 Dudley St, (Koxbury) Boston, Mass. T. C. SMITH, Ass't. Cashier Bank of ... t!) ....

year being exactly double what It I I!lobe. Mountains of gold could not purchase such testimony-or take Madison (jJ F
h originally, was. Between the second the place of the health and happiness which Lydia E. Pinkham's A. II. WEST, Capitalist and Real Estate m .. ,0en

and seventh years It Is. again doubled State of Ohio, City of Toleda 1 Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs. Hayes. Dealer .

i In size, A slower rate of growth then Lucas County. J} 8S Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing ,OEO. T. HODGSON, General'Southern r'a'a'EoA! =

sets In Rn I
maturity of other M>rtlons of thobod1" the firm of (
| senlorpartuer of the K.
After ',. J'I without a peer as n remedy for all the distressing ills of women all D. p, SMITH, Tax Collector Volusla.
the fifteenth year up to Cheney & ( ., doing business In the
A the fiftieth the annual growth of the of Toledo, County and btatf aforesaid, ovarian troubles of the; tumors womb ; inllammations; ulceration, falling and displacements II. H. McCREARY, Editor Gainesville ;; .tI

heart U about\ .kill< \ of a cubic Inch unit that mild firm will pay the mm of ; backache; irregular, suppressed or painful Dally Sun.
the increase lining about the fiftieth One Hundred Dollars for each and every menstruation. Surely the volume and character of the testimonial let D. E. THOMPSON, General Manager. e 2i
once of Catarrh that cannot be cured by ters we are daily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt. .!
year. the use of Hall's f ntarrh Cure. :Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly answer any letters Aujrn: tlne Dally Record. I :c -<:

FRANK J. CIIEXEV.: which sick women may write for fuller information about her illness. WM. J. IWYAN,County Solicitor Duval I '-' hea.a
Irving' Iluchii Waferscure '
Sworn to before me and subscribed ID Her gratitude to .Pinkham and Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable County.

scalding urine, backache rhmima- my presence, this 6th day of December., Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble is too WM. A. EVANS. I &
r ism, nervousness Ions of sleep sediment A. D. 1830. A. W. On A BOX, great for her to take in return for her health and happiness
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In the urine, renal calculi, diabetes and (Seal.) Notary I'ubllo.hall's Truly is it said that it is Try a bottle and If not .
Lydia E. Pinkham's Com- 8 SSJ.
Vegetable pleased write the
all kidney troubles, Including Bright'sdlssase. Catarrh Core Is taken Internally com- :
They ,are purely a vegetable nd act directly on the blood And mucous pound that Is curing so many women,and no other medicine; don't for- pany or any one of their'
got this when some druggist wants to sell you something else. above gentlemen and $
itompound and acts directly on the weaken surfaces of the system. Send for get ;
l tissues mad blood vessels of the kid. testimonials, free, F. J. Cheney &: Co., C fl fl((1 "ORt-KIT If_T*.....<>* forthwith prod_U>.orlctultwol.t l"&en sad dgaatws d your money back. Made''II' r
trey and riHnnrv. Tirana. Sold SOcts a Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 73u:.. $U U U U .wtue W'lII p.....t b.lr. *v..ialn.._ only by Trop. Mfg. Co., I II a.2
Aux bj nod Cross Iharmaey.I Hall's Family Pills are the best. Lydia JI:. h lakham ai.ainin rv'" Ijnm,.... and sold by Red Cross .

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Professional Cards. Mrs.Dislocated Johanna Soderholm Her Shoulder.of Fergus ; CORE ROT OF APPLES. $ O'---O RHVXARD fOR:WOMEN FC>:R. S. .LE. ;:

Fall, Mine fell and dislocated her'
the naldwla
M. A Form That AfteM.
GEO. ROBBINS shoulder. :She:! had a surgeon' fret it back I I,
Vhi :\0' In Cold Stora.ae.A WHO OAKXOT BE CURED.So "
In place as soon as possible but It was
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR quite sore and pained her very much. perplexing trouble brought to the uniformly successful hAIl Dr Fierce' Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 .1'
Her son mentioned that he had seen attention of the Geneva (N. Y.) oxperl Favorite Prescription proven in all form

AT-LAW. Chamberlain's 1'ala Balm advertised for merit station luring tbe past season la of Female Weakness Prolapsus Falling-' Acres of La.nd. I '
of Womb, and Lmcorrnea, that after
Will practice State aid United States sprains and soreness, and she asked him the core rot of Baldwin appU-o. Fruit. a third of a century' experience, in curing over ,

Court. to buy her a bottle of It, which he did. apparently Bound was found to be badly tbe wont cases of these distressing and
It quickly relieved her and enabled her affected at the core with a dry rot debilitating ailment, Dr. Fierce now feels --:-.--.. ,. ;:;.- .-, -.-,.....-- ,

Office at TITUSVILLE. ,.FLX. to sleep which she had not done for sev- which nuule the tissue within the! core fUlly warranted in offering to pay Sinn! in I
eral days. The son was so much pleaded cash for any cue of these dlaeiuea which
line rotten dry and tasteless, while
be
cannot cure.
with the relief it his that be
mother
D.L.. GATJLDEJT, has since gave gurrouudod on all sides by healthy IT STANDS ALONR.-The "Favorite Prescription !' a
recommended It oth-
to "
many
stands
failed alone a* tbe one and
ATTORJfKT-AT-LAW ers. For sale by all druggists and medi- ftauh. Laboratory Investigations only remedy for these distressingly common
cine dealers. to show any fungous growth or nny form of weakness, pos+ea.ed of such r+ '

trill practice In all the Courts of tbe State bacteria, so! It must be concluded that positively specific curative properties aa to 1 4 It

or Florida, and the United States Courts Storing Celer>r. the trouble Is a physiological one, but warrant Its makers in proposing. and I

r.0 Box: :,436. TITU8V1LLK, Ft.A.L' Dig up the celery stalks, leaving the no! far no cause cnn be a8>lgtH'l( Doth binding undersigned themselves proprietors to forfeit of that, as wonderful we, the

roots on, and stand them close togetherIn poorly ripened and perfect frulta appeared remedy hereby do, to pay the um of $Soo

J. WEBB a narrow trench, tops Just even with to be equally affected. Size, la legal money of the United States in any
the ground level. Gradually cover them color and flavor bore relation to the case of the above disease in which after a ?'* !'
no m. + ;i
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v fair and reasonable trial of our treatment, Ki,, -k> | Vjk'}; lir
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW with boards. earth and manure.' Another amount of rot The conditions of ordinary we fail to cure. No other medicine for 4, ? 43 AtR fl 'b'-este t,

way in to set them upright upon storage, whether damp or dry, the cure of woman's peculiar ailment 1* < '** '* *? A'A* ''V >
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th backed: by such a remarkable ? tc
the floor of a dump cellar or root good ventilation or poor, did not Infln guarantee ;
Taxes paid for residente other medicine for woman'a ills la
and Circuit.rents and accounts collected.non- house, keeping; the roots moist and the ence the deen)'. Fruit grown on sand no of the unparalleled curative properties posMMed -. 's ''C,1s, V t A wF4u4 11w I +I .,y t.7 \ /

tops dry. or on heavy clay loam suffered alike. that would warrant its manufacturer 1
TrrrssvxLi.Bt i FLORIDA. and heavy fertilizing with phosphoricacid in making such an offer 5 no other remedy
baa such: a record of cure on which to base
TO CUKK A COLD IN ONE DAY exerted no Inthlt sce Apples In such a remarkable offer. ,

A D. PENNEY, Take Laxative: : Bromo Quinine Tablets eofti! storage ((30 to 32 degrr"s) were entfrely Therefore irtiist on having Dr. Pierce'. 1 ''h t

All druggists refund the money If It falls free from till! trouble. Baldwin Favorite Prescription and turn your back

ATTORNET-AT-LAW :, to cure. E. \V. Grove's signature Is on apples Avert quite generally affected on insult any your unscrupulous intelligence dealer by attempting who would to

Trrr/sviu-B FLORIDA. each box: : 23cts.lloiT : and other varieties! almost free from foist upon you some inferior .substitute,
tto I disease. Of 122 varieties In the under the plea that "it I is just as good." It

Will practice in all the courts of the 7th to KtT|> Comes Clenn station storage house only seven besides Insist on having the article which has a Located at SARNO, three quaters ot a mile south of EAU GAIJ,1K, FLORIDA Itl! ,
record of third of
Combs should be wiped whenevcinsod a a century of cures and
Judicial Circuit. the Baldw Ins showed the disease which ia backed by those willing to forfeitbxt on the Eau Gallle River, lean than half a mile from tho Indian River, and two
upon n pleco of soft tissue paper; and these to but a limited extent. It la : if they cannot cure I
also owe a week> they should bp 'leucorrheal and n half mile from the. Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south ol
dippedIn thought possible that overbearing may In cases attended by a drain
e A. FROST ammonia water and brushed up and have had some connection with the a solution of Dr. Pierce'a lotion Tablet. Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station ad'f'I

ATTOKNET-AT-LAW down the teeth with on old toothbrush. trouble or be responsible for It since the should Favorite be need Prescription.conjointly"with They the are use sold of Joining the property. Buildings erected In 1800, and some of them have never J

Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th moat Baldwin apple trees bore a very by all drulnrl.tel or sent post-paid to any been occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their completion. F

Croup. heavy crop In 1002 or tbe peculiar address, pt of aj cents in stamps. The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and t
Judicial Circuit. Send 31 cents in stamps for Dr Pierce'.
The peculiar cough which indicates climatic conditions of tbe season may Common Sense. Medical Adviser. Address has not been used since All the building were erected In the most substantial

TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. croup Is usually well known to mothersof have caused too rotting.,, Aside from WoaLD'a DISPENSARY! Buffalo, N. Y. manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are completely -
children. No time should be these two conditions, working singlyor Weak and sick women are invited to
croupy consult Dr. Pierce furnished and very little of the furniture las ever been used. There are two I ;
lost In the treatment of It and for this by letter free All
A. MORGAN together no cause for the trouble feat
is held artesian wells ;
FREDERICK correspondence as strictly private twenty cisterns connected with sewer etc. i
purpose no medicine has received more present advanced and these do not V. ,
Address Dr. R. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y.
The cost the and will be sold at sacrifice. .
original
property owner18,000 a
Abstracts universal approval than Chamberlain's
of Title. afford a very satisfactory basis of ex Dr. Pierce'. Pellets cure biliousness.
Cough' Remedy Do not waste valuable The above out fairly represents the property. ,
planation.The \
REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE
time In experimenting with untried rem facts which stand out prominently An K.*M H...... For particulars apply to or address,
'
Loans, Notary Public. edies be recommended, no matter, but how give highly this they medicine may are that as with tbe Baldwin "Shp's" H girl after his own heart- EZRA F. HATCH, D. L. UAULDKN WM. A. WARNOCK, ,i

Collections, 'Typewriting, Stenography. aa directed and all symptoms of croup fruit spot this variety Is the one chief he. Buys. Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, 1 t
will ly affected and that apples In cold .y,.... and lie' a man after her mon- Gallle .
TrrtrsviLLK, FLA.G quickly disappear. For sale by all Eau Florida. Tltusvllle, Flo. Jamaica, N. T
druggists and medicine dealers. storage are free from the trouble.A ey." I
"Hut you know It's whispered on the I

A. FROST. WADE H. JONES. Notice of Guardian's Applicationto Llsrht Plnlc Sport of L* Prune*. quiet that she' hasn't any money" IF YOU WANT A.
..
& JONES The new pink rose, Ideal which orig "Well. It's a notorious tact that be

FROST Sell Heal Estate. inated In Philadelphia, is being watched hasn't any heart."-Houston Poet \

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, with great Interest'by rose growers ,
IS HERERY GIVEN THAT ON MON throughout the country. It Is a free Opaaccures .Building Lot '
Loans and Collections. NOTICE the 18th day of January, IBM at 10 a.
and continuous bloomer producing ..
In. or us soon .after as the matter. can. be a cold In 24 home A modern ,
TITUSVILT.B FLORIDA. heard. I will apply| l to the Hon A, D. Penney large, clear pink flowers about the color remedy for la grippe. Influenza cough,
Count Judge of Hrevard county FlorIda, at
his oflloe in tile Court House at T TlttiSTtlle, for colds, bronchitis, sore throat, neuralgiaand or a I lot( with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
O. A. WOKLKV.VTT R. II. SEYMOUR. authority to.sell certain real. "estate situated, In rheumatism. Purely vegetable.easy I
said county,the property of my ward. Herbert and pleasant to take and never falls to LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, t1'INEAPI'LE
ORLEY & SEYJ10UR.ATTORNEYSA Harris, at private. tale. ,to-wlt ,t
The land. between thar of Oeo. V Clement! on give' quick relief. Opaac Is a small chocolate PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,
the north, and Hamuel W. Greene on the south, coated tablet and is sold at :25cU a f
T.LA W. In Lot 1, of Section IITownship 30 South Range box. Rod Cross Pharmacy Wo probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
88 least, and tbe South one third of the NortbeautU '
Do In State and Federal and the Southeast Settlers in but still there Is
a general practice of the :Northeast /. all of 4ot t are flocking room. If you are
Courts. :Special:! attention givento tbe Northeast N' of Section 10, Township 80 The Dela.. *" 1
South,Range 38 East. looking this way, drop a line to
admiralty practice. In to
answer a correspondent a newspaper
Also a strip of 8.76 acres more or less' In Lot 1,
FRISSELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FI.A. Section 11, Township 30 South, Range. 88 East, ( says: "The deluge mentioned In JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-rre,Ident,
bounded.outhby land of B. It. Hurfordand north ,; li the Bible was threatened In the <
by land of Samuel W. Green and being some ua ,Yrra' year -4
: : : FLORIDA EAST COAST
E. FOSTER 8.00 chains, wide north and south. .t'I'', Il 1750 B. C. and began on Dec. 7, Itlr06 R'Y '

STEPHEN MARY ELLA Guardian.TILL. R. C., and continued 377 days. The urk ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. 1

'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,; rested on Mount Ararat on May 0.IOCS .
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but N t
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jaz. !
N TUB!: CIRCUIT COURT IN AND: FOR Dee. 18 following.Any render who i
JAOKSONVILLE, FLA. I[ Urevard Count/, Florid. imagines that It would be an ensy task Official 1 Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
In Chancery.Alrred .
I, to figure theRe details from a BiblicAl

BURNIIAM, M. D. -C.V8Alto..1 Heckle,- account fan Und a basis for his calculations Tho Chicago Net and Twine Co.Manufacturer. ,
N.S. .
.White .and his } Hill to set aside Deed In the seventh and eighth chapters -
wile, (.tberme Maud and Mortgage. .
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, wblte, et al.NOGos. ''I of Genesis.' of- ..
to Non-Resident. ,
Ear, Nose and Throat. To White Alford W. White and wife, Catherine Maud If Unwell. toiEt i I

WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. :
: You nre hereby required to appear to the Kill Try a 60o bottle of Her hi no, notice the =
of Complaint tiled herein against yon :In the Improvement I sneedllv effected: In our 0e
Dove entitled cause on or before the let day of
DR. nouanTovs February, A. D,1904 THE NEW ROSE:, IDEAL. appetite, enerJiY, IItreoitila/ dPvrJiorWatoh ,. 14
The KASF: COAST. ADVOOATB hereby d"*lKiia< hw It brightens the spirits, gives
Mid .as the newspaper. In which this order sliftl' of Bridesmaid, but a more rounded freedom from Indigestion and debility e Y t
be published once a week for elylit consecutive
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon week flower, like Iwi Franca It'" delightfully Isaac Story, Avn, Mo., writes, Sept. ,
the "Dentos Witness mY hand and seal of office this 3rd fragrant and said to''be a good 10th, 1000. "I was In bad health, I had h'l
day of December, A, U, liMM.: stomach trouble for 12 months also FdI
kPept'r.t the fall exhibition of the =
(Ct. Ct. Seal) A. A. BTEWARr,
Now AT DAYTONA. Clerk Circuit Court. Pennsylvania Horticultural society It chills. Dr. J. W. Mory pl'ellf\l'lbICIUer. FISHING. NETS and Netting of Every Deecrlpttono a '
D.L. Oaulden, Complainant's. Attorney. :Kj bine It cured In two weuks. I '
me can
received the first prize: as the best pink Dealers In Seine 1 wine, Maitre Cord', Rope, ]< tc. t
not recommend It too highly, It will dj
rose In its class and also a certificate Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
all claim for It. Sold by lied Cross I
F. E. BUCK, Notice to Creditor of merit.-Gardening.In Pharmacy you Tltusvllle. 70-81-Ki; R. Indiana 8t. Chicago, Ill.

... Mention The AUVOOATB In your letter... '
Stockton & Budd Building, Main St.. the Carnation R...... '
I ALL CREDITORS LEOATEES!!, DHTRIHutees -
A Form of llo. Cbolera."A .
TO .and all persona having claims or demands In the carnation house watering must \ are Members of the Illinois Flahoimen's Association.\ .
Jacksonville. Rooms' 15, 10,17.( against the Estate of Albertlne E. form of hog cholera not en used n\ t tVe fI
rooster[! ileooanuil. ; be done-carefully and always on the the hog cholera baclllun" and "uppar ff'I
DENTIST. You! are hereby notified to present your claims forenoon of a clear day If possible, to !
ently identical In all. particulars wit
Crown: and Bridge Work, ixplration to;'::the undersigned of this publication within two ,years otherwise from. the the allow the house to dry up before night. the acute type( of bog cholera" .In beliii CHAS.:: :: :: B L VM l3Z co I'
tame will be pleaded in bar. Wlun watering la needed a thoroughone
Porcelain Inlays. FRANK FOR8TKR.Aduilnlatrator.. should always bo given, enough to InveHtlgateil by the United States buroau BIT 019 w. Ha:, dt., JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.rgoo 4'' ;
of animal Industry.. It Is suspected
High-class Plate work. robld, Flu, Nor. 1JOJ: 8 weeks wet tile bench through and yet you that "poxitlbly In all\ outbreak u A 't t

should not make It no heavy as to acute hog cholera there Is. some oth*
--- wash all the flue of 4 ,"
particles
-- -- -- manure
4
Notice to Stockholder agent besides the bog cholera baclll''f FULL
>ANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY OENTLE. tbnM h the bottom. Sometimes a at work." 14 Fuw. 1, 1 111 I
", bench will dry out In spots, and tbe J
to
f man or lady In each county mauaicibimlnesft ,flHERE WILL BK A MEETING Off TilE .
for old established house c* California IrulloVllr.rH ,
an stofkholilers of the Titunvllle Electric: spot should be watered accordingly.
1
si'liil' financial itanildiK. A straight, bona flue Light Company, Wediie.da*,January 27th, But bear In mind h
*(>cl&ly salary of aiu.00/ paid By cheek each Mon 004. at 3 o'cliwk' hi. at the Indian River Stat always that nothing Cure liver diseases sad all stomach EXPRESS EXPRESS 'i
due. with all exp:: ..nHRa direct from h8&dqllarl.Oro.Iolley p. Is more harmful to plant life than repeated troubles but ,
lank at Tllnavllle, Kla., for tbe purpose of ; they act gently' surely, PREPAID i
. Enclose ailIrexited e -I
( arivauuwl for expanses.:: looting a Hoard of Directors' of said company, drlbbllngs.-James T. Scott In strengthening the bowels and stimulate I 1
BOO Cazton:: Hldg
envelope. Manager .nd and all other 'iMinlnptiH. thatiniy =
1"IIa..o.The, a attending be prenenteo.to any JAMES PRl'rt'HA RD, Am '>rlcua Gardening.A them' to 'healthy action 100 wafers, 20 S

S. F. OKAY, President. I 15cts. Red Cross Pharmacy 't'tI

Secretary. Bulb Exhibit ft. Lonl. i I LVJ". ijiQ r

Largest and Most Com.nlate Caludluinfl. cnnna, tubcronpa and HOT to fan ('..1..,., F n a -'-eId -

Establishment South. } dahZlu will make a North Carolina There are two reliable ways to can Id, GQtS

exlirtilt at the St. Louts exposition celery The following lit more generally .e

GEO S HACKER & SON :. comprising Dome sixteen acres, next used: Hi-rape the celery, lining", the r
: V'' snouuvr. The tuberose will be so tender white stalks. ; cut In length", to $45 I IDoz. ik

RI plated that practically continuous. fit half pint ,gins, Jar with large r

; :" \ bloom will lie provided. A border onerrrnrrter mouths, puck the piece" III climety and Dtirvtnco rot?

h of n mile long skirting the set' the jars under. the cold water faucet I QtaS d\.i\
s
.- .. +.-.', t mammoth Agricultural building on the and let the water run over the celery F+ IW .
i ,;
.- a.a.....'Z.tOMCET: "-: east side will be planted with cnladluma. for at IwtHt, twenty minutes. Then --- Li Th.i: $1200 !

NCED3 -W ___ __ crew don the covers tightly and set ? w. .; (f I .
? r.stwrlouco hoTcntohllsheU! It as away i Ifi u cool dry cloHi-t. The other for the I'alwt IlrciwlDK Co. \ .,
.,,U old I b.' eU deulrrs. You Agents(
I' <-.< --1 11.! y I 1.ncU: poaiiuia, 'I yuaaaur. 'lar for hedges ,.
t ,
the and
jars, set the Jars In a steamer
FERRY & CO.
.J M.
D.DITROIT MICH.WOEMSII. The dahlia appears to be as popularIn cook for forty-flvo minute. Then put / I

___ ";.l c..i 1C.t'?;' "1 :::1f"l! >:. ?;:,: m England as on this side of the water. them In suited boiling water and cook ::
Llc lJ".J'MANUP' i :: CM r In croton for Christmas Is thirty minutes longer. Screw down

b 4rt, >tent'd by letting them become pot the lids and cook ten minutes more,

ACTURER. OF boood. and'there you are. One good housekeeper .Jr: :I I more lasverltsbiedngonoftll-heelth ehyslcalwreckathauprobably Itlraves another Inltsmth one( dliiI' 4 i

Deutzia lemolnel should be Included cuts white celery into Inch: tools. sonar to Am"I..an.. .
Doors, Sash Blinds r! the pieces, and them In spiced 'Yf: WIIV7 kin"liy .bi-i. unnaupon' the flrnt Indication f I
\ among good things to force for prem-nrrft of the makwly Ilia sv -.l.. ia Is u .ually Scourged with J Ir .
Enllter. white vinegar as little white onions. }I A1 quinine thai dead I, mlnaral.-calomel. J !
Moulding & Material Don't Do It. 't'. I.
Building tsat al all
Tb display of crotons was one of necessary Itner. V%a i>o ttuva i Cuarrantee + I,' 1

Office A Warerooms. King opposite 11(08. la Quantity. Best in Quality. | tbf notable plant feature of the last Every Bottle of Chamberlain's -- "
; ;
HERBINEsiiAimTrrcDSK
Cannon Street.Charleston:! "VV a BlB = B* oSBIak vcream P eiklbitlon of the Massachusetts Horticultural Ite. ,('dy Warranted. ) I\.
brsva.vard.. \ ) \
poclety. /
S. C. We guarantee every bottle of Chamber !1 "iin-ly l tMrlel II,snyfarnt,T all|| u,. Tlrtuii ofinioin u ,. :
Vermifuge'!! Each succeeding Christmas and In lain'. Cough Remedy and will refund the R eorrrr awl nlniii.*..,ll i,..n,.r....kllo- f.11 y,,..Ir'ul ArtAlr.mnueb.ITnuT tnubl. Is.". "C j I j

ad parts of tbe country the use of money to anyone who Is not satisfied after 5Oo p.r boctlo. All Dru..u.. ;'iI
Sash Weights Cord and FOR *A> TT.Jt.tUt flowering plants as gifts and In decora- using- two third. of the contents d.;

las[ Led all WORM Remedies. : tkwM grows more popular. Tbl.l. tbe beat remedy the world for 1 ) ,
1 1EAST
Hardware. The roots of the caladium or eleptinnfs la grippe, cough, cold l.! croup and I
EVERY: BOTTLE CUAMANTEE0. f
SOLD BY ALL, DRUGGISTS.rsinrnxo ear tin big leaved lawn plant whooping cough and is pleasant; and safe .1i11'1'JR a'.Ta
----- -- to take. It tendency! of a
prevents any
Window and Fancy ClasT rr re'said to be edible and the source of cold Hold
to result In pneumonia. by
r AMIES' r. BALLARD. ST. tOTJTS. < the "por of the Sandwich Islands. ltEI> CROSS IMIA11MACY.
.. all
A SPECIALTY. :. : __ : druggist and medicine dealers.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JANUARY 22. 1904.
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PIUTCHAKD President WM. M. BROWN, Vlce
JAMKS.>: ; -Freeident
WAL- and Interest- ,
THE STATE COMMITTEE. OVER FIVE TIJOUSAND OF The mOlt peculiar
VISIT W. 8. BBANNINO, Asst. Carhier.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use fog sight In America.

IT Is not to be supposed! that it by boat owners In the United States. THE FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Price 4.00 and $3.00) each, at the AoVOOATK -
JkWB'KLT 700aaaLUSIOTSDTO TBOrHBMT D""IIr.- was the Intention of the State Convention *
office TltuHville. Fla
,
O. THX IMDIAJ alas, I.AKB !in adopting the primary Ostrich FarmCo.JACKSONVILLE. ,

WORTH A.D BIHOiTM BA Y".OTIO.". plan of making nominations to office COUNTY DEPOSITORY. _

to abolish the practlve of holdIng F.: A. LOSLEY: "' ,. Authorized capital $J OOCOO

PUBLISHED EVERY FBID..Y.II..LU state conventions. That body, Paid up capital $40,000

in providing regulations for the THE BREWERY SALOON. ---+ Average deposits $160,000
U. WALTON, Editor & Publisher holding of nominating primaries, 010 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla., '

{ Dl"oontlnu uoe of advW, must be made per- expressly excluded from the pre -Imported and Domestic >E Transacts a General
eaa11, tt1W; office or by writing. scribed functions of the primarythe ,. .. i iy ,Banking

I selection of delegates to the Wines Liquors & Cigars Basi>iess
Check,etc.; .may be mad payable to; CHABLB National Convention. If it had a ; w ; .
Bunch u /
The World Renowned Anheuaer
It. WALTOI,publisher.In purpose in so doing that purpose Brewing Association's Famous = __ Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
must have been to leave intact the
; In writing t<>the AnvooATijfor, Inform former practice of choosing such Beers on draught 1 ;# i t Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign

I tionatny4lndthewrltarwlllobhgebyencloseIng delegates in a State Convention East Coast friends be sure to call on me i I a w l .Cou trfes..

a stampe-addrexed' l envelope.BOSTON Should the State Committee, whenit when In Jacksonville.\ y ,/ Patronage appreciated. Prompt servicB polite
,, d treatment,and every favor consistent with conservative
orncii-TH KA"T COA_T AOVO meets order the selection of ? Banking granted.
OATS has. oppnocl on nflliwstOM Ath\ntlo..ehtle. these delegates by the primary, THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. CORRESPONDENTS
on ton, which will be In charge or Nr..Clallue ,. !
Phoenix National !Bank N. Y.
O.Walton. would it not be charged with trans. Ik!. Trust Company N.National Dank Empire of Jack State
communications'' cending its powers ? And would Brewing Asso's. Wrot.ena.ir. r sonville. Jacksonville, yia.MeMurray ;

Address all not such action on the part of the rraTVSVIZIrI'J: FLA.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE -- .
Trrtrsvi;,LB. FLORIDA.I Committee operate to dispense en ramons St.Loots Keg and Bottled -- -
-- ---_.- tirely with the Hme honored prac
-- Beer.

Y S. Department of Agriculture tice of holding State conventionsa Sold by Messrs.F.A.Loaley and a_ .& Baker
entirely foreign to the
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purpose .
.
t
Fla
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, intention of the State convention a.L.Motlow Tltusvillem. ,
By Mr.R.L.Motlow Cocoa Tla.JOSEPHZAPF,
which adopted the primary methodof Nearly 200 gigantic bird landing 8 to 10 feet
The following is a comparative[ stato- making nominations ? hlgb,weighing 2V)to xi pounds each OntrlcbneHts 4O1-414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the ,egg,ostriches sitting and baby ostriches

week ending Tuesday,Jan. 10, lOOt.100i ,. jUKt hatched.Onliles escort. rlnltors through the farm explaining -Makers and Jobber of-
-. -1903- Sole Agent. all about the birds, their nests,habits,
DATB. MAX. MIX MAX. WIN. GOOD ADVICE. plumage,eta.Subsarfbs.
13 78 ,8 07 45 Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
14 (14. 40III 73 04O.I 610 to 620 West Bay Street,
for the ADOOATE and get ,
16 65; ) 70 : THE Fort Pierce News gives some >
16 70 61fij 74 04 sensible advice to merchants, as JACKSONVILLE FLA. all the news Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
17 78 75 05 follows -
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18 72 67 73 01G3 First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
10 (18 03 08 "Merchants and business men should MELBOUICNE.Hotel .
Total rainfall for the week: .4!) exert every effort to attract the trade of -- -- -- -
this section to Fort Pierce. This can be ,
Depatture from normal rainfall for the
week: minus .47 Inches Departurefrom done by carrying stocks of Roods that TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
normal rainfall since January 1, are really In demand, advertUIng them BeIlevueJ"ELnOU ,
minus 1.35 inches In an attractive manner, by good window FLORIDA.A .
displays and explicit advertising I
UAL. P. HARBIN Observer. newspaper
--- that elves; some definite information healthy winter resort on high pine land, overlooking Indian River. Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime Cement
about the articles, and making the ,
TDK Ocala Banner that a general appearance of the town Invitingto Rates: $'l 00 and upward per day. Special rates per week or season *'
says
visitors. Do thin. earnestly and there '
voter was recently heard to say : "I will be less buying from" dialogues: Write for rates to Vitrified PaYing and Sidewalk BrickOffices
MADAM E. 51. CAMPBELL, Manager,
..
made up my mind that' I shouldn'tvote which is alwav* nn n.t1811\; ."ry." ""

for Tollver, coultl'nt vote for If a merchant is anxious to sell R. VV. CAMPBELL, Proprietor
foot ot Jacksonville
Hogan Florida. No.
Street Telephone 262
Stockton, eo am glad that fellow his goods, let him tell the people, --------

r,3, Tel-i-a-ferro has come out. I like through the medium of his local -rr-rU'V.xLJE:1: : : : X.JL:: vanx: ..Y aeT.E133IaL:: J. K. 3IUNNERLYN: General Manager.The .

the way he talks and think I .,shall paper, what he has for sale '-Dead"!

vote for him." merchants do not draw business .01 PI 4U''
FEED AND SALE u 9 SADDLE HORSES, Oldest, Established drain and Seed House the State.
people to their town.
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\VE are asked to make note of the .--------------- ...STABLES... : BUGGIES, + YiWitt, ,

fact that the Democratic State Executive BKEVARD county has for, some BAGGAGE ',i SURREYS, W rz: ..: A. Sours: cSc Co.

Committee will meet in the years been interested in the construction .,

city of Jacksonville, today, Friday, of one continuous publlo TRANSFER, x, and TURNOUTS of GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
22nd for the of ti, ,,, ,
January purpose road, along the bank of the famous
[{A U I.lNG E T O. ..all kinds..
the time for holding the state r' --
fixing Indian River, from one end of the Flour Grits
Meal and Fertilizers
and county primaries and for adopt. oounty to the other, and much has J. WoSJBAN & SON, ,i'UMiits ,

ing necessary rules and regulationsfor been accomplished toward this end. TITUSVILLEBack of Geo. M. Robblns ollice.FLORIDA ePn8llfr, 17IS. o. 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
!its government. This l is an all- Volusia county will, in the course
---- Agra for if urina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y and'Plant System.
democratic meeting and we trust of a year have a good hard-rur-
-183J:- -21st year- -1901The -
there will be harmony in the camp. faced from DeLand to New Smyrna. i --- --- -- -

Now if Brevard will builda Ctil d3!! 3! d'a t3seed
------ county

Some opposition newspapers op similar highway to her north Geo. H Fernald Hardware Co.

posed to everything which does not county line, Volusia might be induced Potatoes.SPAULDING'S '

subordinate the public (interest to to built to her south county .

personal ambition, have criticised line, and thus connect Brevard, ,bya DLA.CIIIN SI-IOP ., .a

Senator Taliaferro as being afraidto good highway, with the world I I I
(
meet his opponents face to tape famous automohlle course at Day- ROSE, No. 4. $3.26 Bbl. ,
before the people. Well, he did so tona, which would be of (inestimable PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. BUir.DING (SUPPLIES BLISS TRIUMPH $3.00 "

meet them at )Manatee and it was value to the whole county. HEBRON, $2.75 I

a veritable Waterloo for them Garden and Field Seeds.
was ----- --- -- --- .
SA.NFOHD, FLORIDA..
not it ? -If any one Wants to see a LOST ON A STREET CAR IN ULs. OA.'lVLE1E1..0JSr., : : JSoodstm: :: : I
few samples of splendid and. plTVnir. ------------------ ---------------------
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BOSTON. I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
tlve work let him .
campaign
examine
the columns of Florida's, =:szdiars.: River: JrOpSr'ty: : : 3 r.J: t aJl:
leading labor periodicals, the Tampa While some people complain about the
cool snaps we occasionally get In Florida -
l Democrat and the Jacksonville
;the following note from Capt. J. O.
Florida Labor Journal, and see how Walton formerly of Tltusvllle, but now :Jn:1.por"'ta.nt: :: : Sa.1e Or: """"'-'
Senator Tallaferro stands in the of Boston Indicates that they get tin- Villas Groves, Cottages River Front Lots, Cultivated and UDOult\vRted'l.aods.\ -

estimation of organized labor. rtleiisnnt weather In that part of the

United' States: $jeoo to :1..5.,000 CARPETS SPRIVG: GOODS ARRIVING
-- -- A very funny thing happened to me

MK. STOCKTON poses as the only on Wednesday, the 13th foal On !leaving -DAII.Y-
friend of the "dear the office on Atlantic avenue, I took Apply by mall or in person to ,
people and
a street cur for home. In the early part
instead of showing what he has of the week we hail a heavy fall of snow; .4.. I-t.. 1Vl000F.T: ::: .
ever done for them, seeks to drag TucH.lay and Wednesday nluhts mined. MATTINGS
down a formidable opponent by denouncing Thin caused the streets to bot coveieii New Rockledge Hotel, Kockledge Fla., 10 to 12 dally I
him with uboui a foot of slush which made .
---yT
as"acorporationist, --
the street neatly Impassable( some
He forgets, or rather would have places nearly up to my knees In soft wet
the people forget, that) he, himself' snow The evening being dink .and the ;

is not free from a similar disability car this tracks soft slosh covered It with about a foot for of More Goods Better ,Goods and Lower All \JA kJ'.
was possible
-if it be one. As president of a either the motorman or the conductor to Notice.
national bank, as one of the found tell where the switches were, so therefore Prices than any other house In the South. Send for samples .
ers of the close corporation known we had to grope about In the dark
as the Jacksonville Clearing Association and for about au hour we did not know .
where we were. At last we struck our
as an owner and olllcer of a track ':e:. ECZ .E :
right and landed home about 7 p. + ..:ee::
,
great phosphate mining concern, m., half frozen but delighted at being
and, worse of all, as a stockholder .u foitunate. I hope that I will never 27 WEST FORiYTJI: 8T JACKSONVILLE FLA.

and director of the Tampa Com the meet tutar with'e.an Moral experience: "Don't of this complain kind In To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and -- -- --

mercial Company, and as such the about the few cold snaps you get on the .
recipient of rebates on freight-the East Coast of Florida" Tomatoes : Lumber and Material
Building l
awful crime with which he charges' .

Senator Tallaferro has always, A DISTINGUISHED PARTY.A Before
purchase for
and now.is, that hated and despised you your Paper Sash Hardware, Doors and Blinds Brick Lime and Cement. Nails and Builders'
MAMURY'S HOUSE PAINTS FW. BIRD SON'S
A
thing
a "corporatlonist.
party of distinguished\ foreigners PAROID ROOFING AND SHEATHING
-- -- will come down from the north to take Avrapping it will to write for Orders filled PAPERS.
In the Ormond-Daytona automobile paJ011 us EAsT promptly. Wilt U1 for estimates.

In commenting upon the United races. In the party will be t Sir Thomas COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY

States and English Judges the Cincinnati Johnntone and wife Elizabeth Counters Si eras at EAU OALLIF.eTI'1'USViLLE FORT11PIERCE
Enquirer says : "Great of Wilton; the Duke and Duchess samples and prices. We can furnish you and We.t Palm Beach.
Britain has fewer of Manchester, Sir Thomas and Lady -.
judges than ---
the Lister Kayo, and Sir Thomas Dewar.
state of New York, and they administer The last named personage will at some different grades and different colors.
[ the law for a population future date should be retain his health Hodges & O'Hara

equal to half our own, besides deciding : and spirit, become Lord Mayor of London ,
,
The Duchesa of Manchester was ...Manufacturers and
the Dealersfln...
cases that come up from bliss Zimmerman, a handsome American Money saved in buying is Randh
the colonies on appeal,and all cases girl.; -p-xlm Beach: NPFIh. CYPRESS AND YELLOW I PINE LUMBER.
can he heard within a year. Here, --- Dressed
with all our innumerable Orange Box !Ieady Fruit and
state TAKE Vegetable Crates
WARNING .
courts and United! States rmirtv, IONEY: r- ...nzJ tu Mlib and office located at Buffalo B1uH Fla Write Mouldln"UII for prices.Shingles delivered, eto.
any part of the State.
litigation for Address: Hodges O'Uara. Buffalo PIa.
drag on yenta, and Ir has been ascertained hv Hrndstreet's Bluff.
-- --
criminals, who in England are always commercial, agency after investigating -- -

i promptly disposed of, are able bimlnenH failures tor number of years, > I

here to so manipulate legal pro. that othaxe concerns which failed, t(0( Write usUnited ............ooooo0000.. i
'. cedure as to cause endless per cent did not advertise. In this announcement : J9- .
delay, from such reliable !
a source E. Vesey Hall
and
frequently wholly thwart the there Is lesson worth heeding by the J
ouda of Justice. In the interest" of Individual who Is endeavoring to do business JEWELERS AND fclLVEBSMITHS, + Georgiana Fla. +.
M elal order Justice and without, the use of printer's Ink. 41 Went Street,
economy, Co.
these conditions should be investi- Paper JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. | Boat Builder.v |

palyd ""refulh' considered and re- JOB PRINTING of all kinds done' at Largest stock to this section of cOQntr'). ONLY *
FIdST CLASS WORK.
thlt oftlce at reasonable rates. Cite Established
iotmed"r In 1868-
{Il us a share of Southern Office WrIte for Estimates.
your work. Atlanta; Gat Send for des crlpthe: catalogue. + .*

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EAT!: COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY 22. 1901.IOW 8
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Y TO SAVE ICE. Eden. Melbourne. OEOIiG MARX. JOHN MARX. I IJYI.


I THE OLD RELIABLE :R. ]8:8: <:>8. '\
A. D. Merwin went to Rack ledge .. .
'Clr" Subacilptlons for the ADVOCATE
rhe question! of economy on the Ice bill Tuesday morning. the pink paper of the East Coast will bereceived ''r\jl jld'

J ,oe that appeals forcibly to every Charles Mast accompanied by his at the Melbourne Postoffice. WHOLESALE GROCERS "L

J ekeepr.) *" well ** to hotel, rnsfni'- father, went to Boynton, on Tuesday "

It*, butchers grocers. druggists; and' evening to look after the plantations in RICHARD WOc'\OOE-Rl'1 Estate Notary r
) lot to every merchant who consumes his charge. Public and Conveyancer. Agent for dttnaLlverlusd Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner ,
an.l{
his business. anil Lomlonand Ololx,Hartford
)
m
Iiiinerous tests and careful experl meDt- A number of our: young people attended Providence Washington Fire Insurance Com .
) the social at the Tlbbals Club hous.i panies. Special attention paid to the later- orq 1 1r '
In the l'
I have resulted discovery! of the eats ot nou-rertdente.
1VIN ICE PAD which, when placedj last Thursday evening In response to Bay and Julia Sis., JACKSONVILLE KLA. ,

j your Ice box or the Ice> chamber of Mrs. Hairy Jennings' Invitation. DR L. A. PERK-PHYSICIAN AND Brno<'. I

1 Sir refrigerator, will fduce the con- Miss Keba LeTonrneau entertained a U..lcI..nl'8, Melbourne. At Eau Ualllu, every P WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
uptlon of your ice 1:S to) :33 1-3 per cent. number of young (girl friends at Eden- afternoon. ,
an ingeulous little device, the wood last
a l'alllt: Saturday afternoon. Pit,
iplicity of which Is one of Its greatest Flinch,,Patent Medicine and Pillow Dcx Never in the history of Melbourne PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. r It'!

'. ommt.>Ddatlons. All you do Is to place were among the merry games Indulged have we had so many tourists. so early In sAb5olutcly Seed Potatoes, Se Peanuts and Cow Pons In season. ,
tin, the bottom of year ice chamber in, and a very pleasant afternoon was the season j ,
hli the ice remlng upon It, and it will spent. cWe solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable j \
:Mesdames Barbour, Friend and Trent-
the rest. Write for booklet. The Whist Club met at the home of ler were among the welcome visitors to ------- ---.. .. -- --

e 1>. O. WALTON, AGENT Mrs. John Miller, last Friday, and spenta Melbourne last week Melbourne Beach.
,. .
ritusvtlle, Florida. very pleasant eveidng. Whist occupied Messrs. C. II. Stewart and R. W. \\\\1\\\ \' I..
the forepart of the evening, then, as a -
Goode wont as delegates to :St.:: Augustine I.t
. RS. IDA D. BRUNER rest to the tired brains Flinch, music on Tuesday, to attend the republicanstate Pure Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Peek were callingat .
and refreshments followed. There
was convention. the Beach Monday
Oeneiul Manager for the World a full attendance. The next meeting THERE IS NO f SUBSTITUTEEau
Famous takes place at the. home of W. F. Wolfe Many of our visitors enjoy almost dally The Mattie IT, of Etui Gallia, brought t
Friday, January 22nd. visits to Melbourne Beach. Some of a largo; party to the bench on Sunday.

"Duhu'ot- ig 4.ve Wo them enjoy a dip In the ocean, while Dr. '(each and family were ptcnlolng t
are havlQir a heavy east blow
very others stroll along the beach. A boat Gallie.
on the beach Saturday: and calling on ,
and the for
For all ills of Women. same was nearly responsible goes dally to Melbourne Beach. friends.
I of answered. a tragedy. Jo.mesU.Vey was battling
Inquiry cheerfully t
letters
All
office at Park against, the wind with cup pulle'd down The Messrs. Reneham and their wivesof Mm. Gilbert Is spending' a few days it
Local Cottage well over his eyes.. Fled Saeger/ was llalnesvllle, Illinois, are among the a. DKOItASSK dCHUYLRR.' : M. !>.-Telt'Kraphomo the beach with her lends, Mrs. Qlllls I IIf
West Palm Bench, Fla. I elII'I lug along arunawiiv hotse. There pleasant guests of the Goode cottage. .o|",iii all night. Kau oaths, Florida.' and Mrs. Sttckney. :;;;

-- -- _- -- was a collision, and Mr. Way was thrown G. P. Reneham Is proprietor of the LOOK TO YOUR
about ten feet. :bcinuce to say he was Round Lake hotel in Illinois. Tbos Sumter has the best vegetable Capt. 8am Martin brought/ it beach suffering from any eye defects or wea
In Ills beautiful
West Palm Beach. not Injured, for which wears very thank Our people are delighted; to know that garden In the town. party launch,over the,"Dreamer Tuesday," sight/ call at my new well-appointed opt! I

ful. Hotel Bellevue has been able to accommodate Bennett Is laying out garden cal Institute. Special, complete lense t
T Capt. / Major Graves left for Tltunvllle, Saturday grinding outfit In connection.
Having heaid from friends farther visitors this season. 1\1 rs. Campbell on his home lot on the Euu Gnlllo\ river.
I Dr. and Mrs Earnest Tjvnde from down the coast, that we ate supposed to Is well known along/ the East Coast morning, on business ami to visit DH. E. II. ARMSTRONG, .

I Jilliidelphla, are very delightful people be frozen out, we are /glad to relieve as a most perfect hostess, and, we wish The Spartan Is now almost ready for his old friend John Henry. 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fla.

Tlio ate boarding at the Leamington fore their minds by stating that we did not for hei a profitable season. See the ;ad. work.' The engine Is expected dally We are all very much plcfusod that 1t t

winter. even know there had been a frost. In In this week's ADVOCATE. from the shop. Mrs. Perry's health Is Improving and \

The Incoming of our northern guests our Immediate vicinity, after a very close We understand Hotel Carleton will Dr. C. C. Booth and Mrs. Booth left In that she Is able to enjoy tho beach and Indianola.John .

Ir the laHt'few days has filled hotels inspection we found a few beau vines soon be re-built and a larger Carleton the launch Carlos on Friday last for call on her neighbors.We .

Id boarding houses-the private houses that were slightly; nipped, but so few withall modern improvements will take points 00 the lower river. are sorry the party from Hook ledge; ---- "I
firticulaily much for. that It is not worth mentioningother- the of the old M and Mra. U. Field shipped almost a hundred
are sought what- place one. r. Alex Near hall purchased' a new gas did not have a pleasanter day for their f
Rise have suffered
we no damage .
I Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Chadbourne are ever. Robertson will bo able to entertain their motor for his boat the Hattie N. It will trip to the beach. (Como again and. we boxes of oranges last week.

I kiln located In their bungalow/ on the guests as of ore. In the meantime, be placed Into position at once. will order a southeast wind. Mm. J. M. Field made a short visit I
of Lake Worth. Misses Una, Jessie, Barbara and Maud they are .till catering to the public.CIIAUTAUO.UA down to Lotus lust week to sou Mrs. Bis- t
shore
fiuth They are Miller and Beatrice Richards formed a The ladles of St. John's executive aro Capt. R. W..Beau' Jean has hud the Ida ,
bth, enthuslastio over the genial climate happy party of maidens who went to I OF TUtu TROPICH. working! on a play to"be given shortly .In May tho finest boat on the river, on tho bee. I f "

t Went Palm Beach. Robe Sound, last Friday, to visit Mr. There will be no session of the "Chau- aid of the funds of the cluiioh. ways this week, cleaning and giving her Mrs L. W. Baker shipped a number of

I The 19th was the day set apart for the John Miller who is camping there unloading tauqua of the Tropics" this year. This Col. Shave Is pushing the work on his a fresh coat of Ialnt.Vlth her new bozos of line fancy
bonds but tojie wrecked Is a great disappointment to Dr. Davidson mast I\UIllI"lI. she looks very trim. week.
the
btingoftbeclty owing / the lumber from new house as fust ax possible. Eau Gal-
day being the genera of the birth schooner. They thoroughly enjoyed and to all others connected with the lie I Is showing steady and substantial Saturday afternoon Admiral and Mrs D. St. Clalr Nlsb t 1 J
f the distinguished/ / Robert E. their novel experience and returned on Past: Const Chautauqua Association. gr 'Lh. Glllls Invited a few friends to accompany has kept Oak cottage

. !e, all publio matters were laid aside. the train Sunday, a sunburned happy The reason is as follows: In 1002)( the t hem to Eau Gnlllo In the }).,wn. game and .1Kb this i
little party. They made several trips town was overcrowded during the Chau- Capt. Colby, Col. Perry and Mr. Chas. All expressed themselves ns delightedwith
mss M. C. Cutler of Boston Mass., out to the wreck on the trolley, and tauqua session, and the management/ offered Snodiass| went on a shooting trip on the trip The Admiral U very Herbert Con..lnblt., I
ttd Mrs. Lynch arrived, Monday evening/ Inducements free Saturday last. The party went on the Tuesday tit spend
Lid were quite alarmed on one trip when the many Including/ much pleased with the new Booth engine/ "
are pleasantly located with Dr. and became unmanagable and they building/ sites for good boarding houses yacht Pinta. Mister, Mrs. 11. Hand
Irs. N. 3. Burnbani Miss Cutler is aoddaughter trolley and of Uellvllle
Mrs. nnlnjr daughter, -
and hotels to locate here. None
were suspended motionless right over came. and Mrs C. W. McNabb left There '
Capt on will bo \
:\ of the late Ex-Governor Cnnnda! Mrs. Gilbert and son, of
lOUIJ session the town
During was socrowded
the / the Alice for short cruise down the
ocean.
latlian Cutler, of Maine. a Odessa, N. V., Miss Dlss Dntroonib, Now Baptist church the
that it U estimated that fullyone I
The vessel hauled of the
Coast. out month K J.
by -v. G.
I Senator Marcus A. Hanna and Mrs. hundred people of the most desirable York city and Mr. and Mrs. harry Ilodir-\ -
hat bur last.
anna, of Ohio, are expected at Palm IN BED FOUR WEEKS WITH I It Palm Beach early In February. Mr. .-We have the following/ letter when they found It Impossible to /get accommodations. The schooner J. F. P Is hauled out on and Mrs Hills( on /Sunday.Dr. boats. Mosidos his

Ind !Mrs. H. M. Flagler/ will entertain from Mr.\ Roy Kemp, of Angola/ Ind. "I Our town has just been nod ..on'lI ways this week and being and Mrs. Booth, who are cruisingIn he has two smaller

fiem. at their palatial home, Whitehall. was in bed four weeks with la grippe and visited by the worst calamity In Its his thoroughly oveihaulcd ilnd painted. by their launch, the Carlos, fitted up for lighter
tiled many remedies and spent consider In the destruction by tire of Hotel her owner, Capt. J. F. Powell of Waukeegtin "
Cuban trip Is anticipated as one of tory that purpose, spont Thursday night with Dr.; Charles 11111
tie of able for treatment with physicians but Carleton, the Idlewy Id and two cottages Mich. left Friday
features by way entertainment. Admiral and Mrs. Olllls. Thoy bet went hunting on
received relief until I tried Foley's
I and no Tar. Two small bottles of This has so reduced the available aocom-. Capt. Symmonds, of the Mattie II, left afternoon for a short trip,down the dl'yl\nd Tuesday of 1 I
Honey odatlons that the management Is compelled for the lower river this week. river In with Capt. and Mrs.
turned well
points on company supplied
it
CHILDREN childJen cured and I use
medicine now
POISONED.-Many this me
because
to omit the WOol session
The has board. McNabb of Eau< Oallle In their boat
Captain quite a party on ,
are poisoned and made nervous exclusively In family. Take no sub- We
my we cannot ask visitors to come here the Alice. are very /glad
of Y.
liul weak, If not killed outright; by moth- stitutes. Sold by Red ,Cross Pharmacy. when we know there Is no means of housing and Mr. and Mis. Halgbt Olean N.San-, Fritz and family
Mr. and Mrs. of
giving\ them cough syrups containing and furnishing food for any such noticed Itober Upper board the The family at Myrtle cottage; had a mother, who, are t lh
plates. Foley's Honey and Tar Is a sale number of pool] le as we fool sure would dusky, 0., were' on pleasant addition to their number, Frl- winter homo, High i

lad certain remedy for coughs croup Tibbals. this year try to avail themselves of the sloop. day evening In the arrival of Mr. Hicks
Ind lung/ trouble and is the only promi- rare treat which we had provided. Wo Rail Gallie was practically emptied wife and daughter\ of P.tlatina, III. Mr. and Mrs.

lont cough medicine that contains no consider it due our friends who have so Sunday last. The sloop Mattie II, Capt Mrs. and Miss Hicks discovered some glad by time.flattl /
plates or other poisons. Sold by Red Mrs. Sawyer was tile hostess at the well supported' us In the past to make Symrnoiids In command carried. party time ago, what a delightful place Melbourne and ter.\ Mrs. K. W.
irons Pharmacy. Club-house on Thursday evening. this early announcement and to tell over to the beach. The ynohl l'inta also \ Bench Is to spend tho winter Miss Bessie

Wells Mott Is the /guest of his father them that one or more new hotels are took n spin to the same destination and and we trust Mr. Hicks will make the ton, Pa.Fatal.. __.

D. W. 'Mott, at Sunnybank: Ankona. now promised nnd that next year we will several smaller crafts also joined. lu the same discovery and we may count him kidney and '
Stuart. /give them the greatest treat In Chautau- general outing. among the regular/ "Bonchiteel"STOP 1
Is ._ always be prevented :
W. A. Pinkerton, of Philadelphia, a ------ -
work that has been offered to
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris. qua ever Ca|>r.. and ilrn. Colby, of thc yacht cold Kidney Cure. Hold i iutaoy
the people of Florida- Plnta of their It.-A neglected couch or ,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen arrived this week The ADVOCATE Is still anxiously look friend,. are to different carrying points parties on Indian may Iliad to suit HIS bronchial or lung ________
lad are stopping at the Bessey boulle.IiHS ed for in this section of Breyard said a Tho troul.lfs. Don't take chances when F'lay's i '
The many friends of G. II. Hansan, River and the Ocean, .almost; dally
i Lucy Rhodes, of Alleghany City pink paper render. Engineer I,. E. & W. 1(. U., at present jolly C.ptaln'" kindness and, hospitality Monty and Tar nlfoids perfect se
of cold.
'a., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wood- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar/ Harmer of Wave- living In Mum 0., will be pleased to Is much appreciated. Miss Khmer nnd ollllty 1 tram actions elluctn a Lewis, Haulersou- -: 4

ard. land, were the guests of' Mr and Mrs.; W. know of his recovery from threatened Mrs. Chamberlain are itlll with the party last, Hnndiiy. }

Dr. J. J. Harris, representing the Palm II. Harris during the passed week. kidney disease He wiltes:1': was cured on the yacht Plnta. Merritt.Fire 1 {

'each News, was belo on a business trip Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Sneger gave a sup by recommend using Foley's to all Kidney, especially. Cure trainmen which I The Plata, Capt. Colby charge! carried here John, Sunday.henry Kuulerson. ,'
|!iU week.Mrs. honor of a party over to the ocean beach onMonday
per party Tuesday night in who ale usually slmllaily afllicted. Sold those board Chief Nnvlns and,I his family, from
R. R. this week.Ir. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Saylor at their home last. Among. on here for the Whatley
is 111
quite
Frayer by RedCioss Pharinncy. and Brooklyn. N. Y., are now
the yacht were: Col. Mrs. Perry Puree limt Thursday j
Ankona.Mrs. .
McClinton Elmo
of Jensen Is the attend-
winter.
Dr. Hit-'
Mr and !Mrs. Chas. Hnodgrass,
|(nit physician. Montgomery and children, with South rnh C. Hodgson, Mr. Gilbert, Mrs. Pad- There are several new families) 1 located Harry Warner and

S ICitchlng/ of Sebastian* was a pleas- Mrs. Stuart, arrived oh Thursday evenIng Rockledge. dlson, Mrs. Tylander Mrs. K.: II. Taylor.Misli In cottages, at Merritt and building/ Is ant visitors at Puter ?

fat visitor here, this week, returning to bethe_ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson/ Miss Khmer, Mrs. Chamberlain going: on at a rapid rate for others stillto Ralph Warner and
tame Tuesday., Fred Hudson. Mrs. F K. Colby Mr and Mrs. come. the lake, made

C W. Corbett Is building a :20!( foot Mrs. Schuyler and her guest, Miss horse.C. B. Magruder/ sports a bran new Wilson Miss Fuller Miss Jin talk Wilson The suns of wealthy New Yorker day. :
and
much for Robert Ledbetter.. She will Reynolds, spent Wednesday ,t Linwood, others accompanied by their mother spent Mr. nnd M rll. Peter l
f eve a ft h. p., M. & T. engine. being/ entertained at a luncheon, given J. H. Coats has /gone to LaGrange to their Christmas; vacation. at Hotel Klver- Fort Drum, Saturday B'M m
by Mrs. Fred Hudson. do some word in his grove this week.Scott. A IIFK AT K'1'KoIf you but vluw. One 1101I.Is a student at Yale and Bund.iy.
Mr. and Mrs Saeger visited their knew splendid meiitof Foley honey tile other at Lawrencovlllfl N. J.
Matthews with his
at Woodcote family arrived Crawfordof
J. A.
'leads, the Rea's, at the Gil berth Bar A large/ partyotat.bered/ aud Tar would never be without It.
louse uf Refuge several days this week. for tennis, Saturday afternoon. The from Itascorn" 0., to visit his A rinse or you two will prevent an attack (Ifpneurllonl:1 .J|UH| D-idonvllle, of New York with sentingtbeCunsoihla 1 i 1
best playing was between Geo. Saylor parents Mr. and Mr H. W. Matthews. It save his wife, daughter: and mother reached Is now Inspecting( the ,
E Styprnan and O. D. Blakslee attend W. II. Harris and or lagrlppo. may Tlio villa tion with! view of
,I aDd Edgar Ilarmer A. D. Baldwin has his residence and life. Hold bv Hud Cross Pharmacy. hm. Intel large\ Thursday. a
your
[ a meeting of the stockholders of the H. Jennings.The packing house shining with a new coat command; a (linn view of Indian river Grulntm" of KIIIKI III

as! r oust Fish Co., aj West Palm latest work down at the Club of paint. Wm. V. Rhodes and brotherdid and C'i"..4 and K ck .. each I
this week. owned the lateCh.irloit with
Its the work. Georgian "S'inn\llfl"!' when by traveling &
Improved
house lawn, has greatly appearance
Last Ooodyear" of India, rubber fame.A --
Thursday was one of the coldest ; and It's' now a pleasure to Dr. W. S. Johnson, who has been visiting PNKUMOVIA
["Kbta I of the season. Fires were lighted welcome our visitors there. It was done / la brothel B. I.. ,Johnson for the former ,student of Harvard University cured )
I'lioroe'' homes, and several of our winter under the direction of :Mrs. J. II. Andrews past two months, left on Monday for his Mesdames Hall and Bower spent the now In Florida: ton-cover bill health coughs unit Tar. Itefnse quickly' .l

pests resorted to the use of their over- and Mrs. Chas. Gifford. home In Philadelphia. day with Mrs. Kato Carter, Thursday of wiites\ his patents In New York that the nell Cross, Pharmacy.: I
pat ta, The thermometer went down to last week weather here I la warm, and that all
J Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris gave a Pit N. M. Fish, with a force of men, has filings worn to rejoice In this, the most
D. Party for their guests Mr. and Mrs. begun rocking the road again/ and says: Capt. T. G Carter and wife and Mr. beautiful, winter resort In the wor'd., Notice of Vlrttt :M
Griffin and bride arrived on the After a and Mr.. Ulrich callers at
Mariner, on Saturday night. he hopes to have a continuous rock road were pleasant This Is his second winter on Indian river. !itor
venlOI train, Thursday. Dee went very exciting evenlnK on the "Stock Rx- down as far as A. !.. Averill's. Uncle and Auntie Hughes, Saturday af
F say very quietly, and took us all by change," supper was served In the din ternoon. Orders for "young: chlok still !pour I

Irpdse. Dde boa accepted a position I ing-room/ the table being very prettily Edmund Day has bought a lit foot A. L. Bruner and family moved from ID, and I the "wise ones"1''' geitlug their In the the Houtlu.ru DUtrlct Court District of .
ltk Chad.; Woodward and will be in launch to be used for "running$ (labout"and have these '
decorated to represent a Japanese gar. the Provost house their lit- orders In at once, II") 1111 to .. ..
purge or the Bessey creek pinery. den. la erecting another boat house. We to own cozy chicks laying next fall when egg:/ are 40 In tie tu.utter of John A.
tle In the north end of town,
Mr. are pleased to see the improvements go cottage cent a dozen. IJUIr's' Egg:/ Farm is on Tu ChIt (' "illt ,r* ..r "
and Mrs left .
Chas Oalllgher Wednesday.
r on Mr. BI'dr< Intends. buildinga tnsvllln, In the Cu..llt10t
the Increase.
their Cairo. Call."I rlnrlilu I l ImnkruncNi.tloa -
Jursday, on return trip to A Very Close
Mr. sod Mrs. Middleton and charming/ brooder !house as soon as he \
hey will few at It Is with regret we chronicle the 50 foot Is her.r>y irlven
spend a days Daytona
although little daughter and servant arrived Monday ,January A. D.. HIM. the l "
ad 1 St. Augustine and will make the stuck to my engine, :: every death of our old friend, A. Wheeler. can get at It. "
he'from Palatkato (silver i i Joint ached and every nerve was racked Mr. Wheeler and ye scribe came to Indian front New. York, and have rented the Mrs. Helen C. Lewnrs, of Mt. Airy, W4 ant nimtlriK duty "wljuillnnt of h L ,,' / l l 1
steamerrOkee- B. W. Bellamp a locomotive Provost bouse for the winter. 1 1or.tarksnnvllls
of l
Oklawaua river on the with pain, writes Burlington Io"a."I Itiyer on the same boat on Oct. 10, Pa., Is a guest at Blair cottage for the altar: of |thn Clerk, IIn",1, |
)"mkee. fireman of 1H84, when ouronly route was down the II. K. Ilngbcs shipped some fancy winter. JV K.: Scott' and wife, of Lahas- tilth"day ft rnl.nmry I A. )
Ceo, was weak and pale, without any aboutto ap- He. John-, aDd we have always\ found tangerines to Utica, N. Y., that sold for ka, I'a. also guests of Blair cottage, the foreniMin. at wfiloh :: : 1 q
W. Thomas took tho following petite and all run down. As I was him to be a true friend and an honest five dollars per strap box. Ho got his for several weeks, past have gone to mar attend prove their | j jmnh0r I
arty up Bessey creek as far as thc Besly give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bit- t*.. exanrinm the ""
man. return last week, which was very satis Tampa for a short stay. Quite a number liimliirss 'a rosy |
creek Misses Chrlsten- I felt as well as {
pinery. The tern, and after taking (U, t this week .
old January
nuwtlntf
factory. expected
"n- of gentleman are :
| Miss Maggie Bryce Mrs. O. W. I ever did In my life. Weak, sickly, U 1
h with their dogs for a
Omall, Mrs. Florida Hitching and run down people always gain new" life, Domestic Troubles.It There seems t"be an epidemic of la : from the north Blair and
leMre, Kickllghter, Baker and Griffin. strength and vigor from their nse. Try grippe in our neighborhood. Quite a lengthy sojourn at cottage,
J I "' launch hit a sunken saw log In the them. Satisfaction guaranteed by all ia exceptional to find a family where number have had It and some are still i from the present outlook "the cottage"will Application /
I1 reek, but there are no domestic ruptures occasionally here turn people away.
no damage was done druggists. Price fillets suffering with It. It was brought I
but these oan be lessened by havingDr. from Ooodall, when Mr.\ Muoson went When New. York and New England/ Under Boo.t. Chap. .
New Life Pills around. Much
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King's and his mother home from that blizzard flew' Year's '
brought HKREBV ( :!
by a : :
Saved were swept
From' Terrible Death.The To Musicians.A trouble they save by their great work In .
pluce. bhe had been very sick with, It, Day, your correspondent at breakfasttime :N'OTICBIS} ..- ) I
stomach and liver troubles. !
They not and Mr. Munson took It after com feet of the dining No.Mal] and 41111. !
family of Mrs. M. I.. Bobbltt, of only relieve you, but care. 25cts at all soon within thirty A. D. teas has fled .saia .

Kgerton, Tenn., saw her dying apdere baritone horn for sale, nearly new be; drug stores. ing home. _______ __> room native window birds busy., counted at their five early varieties repast on of mil In sacoriUnne has mule: aral a l law., :: : .I $

powerless to save her. The most cost $23.00: ; will sell for 1200. Can Wonderful Nerve. the ground-the bloejay, cardinal "to- braces ttrefollowing. .
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F'flf' ul I physicians and every remedy used seen at the store of ::r We cannot guarantee to publishItems who," mocking bird and oven bird of d.In...Bravaril. dmwl. book county.. 0, psn
that do this
reach office before
/lied' while was slowly but J. R. WALKER: Co., not Is displayed by many a man enduring smaller sizeIt was' a very unusual plc- :M B. Range M K.: V art I .
consumption
Tltusvllle Fla. noon on Thursdays. pains of accidental cuts, wound, bruises, tnre "moving" picture, and a New ton and H by K.Uum II. :
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Italy this terrible *\ B.: The sl
taking her life. In J age
burns scalds feet stilt lolots.
sore or
feathered tribe.
Year's greeting of the date of the l...n.no. of .
I0"' Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- 'cINTLD-SEVERALPLRSOYS: ')f CHAR- But there's no need for It. Bucklen' name of H. T. IJenton and
fl. Ptlon turned despair Into joy. The Drayfog. I Y actor In and this rood reputation In each state Arnica (Salve will kill the pain and cure The prevention of consumption Is en- said mrtlfeate.shall be r ; 1
t law <
I bottle brought Immediate) relief and sent ana advertise established wealthy bnat- the trOG Ie. It's the best Salve on earth tirely a question of commencing the "' February.A.fl.19'N.
|?ntinued use completely world net booo of solid financial ttaniUoK.!: salary for piles; too. 25ct by all druggist treatment In time. Nothing Is so Witness oniclal. | 1
| I the mott certain cure In the Draylng hauling of all alll trains.inch promptly Stove 92\M: In weekly cash direct with expensm.ach Wednesday additional from, all head parable proper well adapted to ward off fatal lung I "&VK of Jsanely., A' A':

1'U throat and lung troubles. Guar- attended to. Meets offices. Mono MM!earrta< f teed. Bottles ftOcti and $1. Trial wood for sale at all time. Reference Enloa* Mlf-oddrM en 1:r OLD NEWSPAPERS Cross Pharmacy. I Clerk Bare O.-'. te",...." 11.C.
r ttlee l free at at drug iUftes. E. H. IIotTrw, Titusvllle. velope. Colonial,Kft Dearborn .&.CblCMto. Cheap, at this office. by Red

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usual a letter addressed by type- .., ..:, ,

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My Pear Old Sweetheart have never ; .' /
blamed you for not expecting anything of Ii ,;,
so bail a speller as I. The fault Is Inher .' '." .
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H ited. father 7 f FFfr' ) ''J... .
My couldn't lI.1'ell. correctly N : ;
\ i I I f' and my sister !. no better aT pelllnv thanI. "" : '",, ."r''y'y'y1i '
w Neverthelea I .have been .ucce lltul In k 1t .:'" 'I' '
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another field and a. I shall never marry f : ;
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i any one If I can't marry you I write to Cyq> ',,' ,
Our money winning! booksl ask you If you will alter your decision of ypG ) P-,:; 1
written by men who a dozen years ago Whether I live a !;'y '.I'::", .' ,'tj i .
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Potash Had this letter not been written by a i"" ',\ .Y'r, I, ':. '
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mechanical process and by an Intermediate ,,I :."" .;. ,...
They are needed by every man person Ruth might have been '_< ::, .
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field and a plow and .. ,.
who owns a
moved by It. it )I'n\ '
As! was she would as
who desires to get the snout out j-,;. ,
of them. well have read it in a book. She took ';', ......i:. 4
II Theyar../"" Send postal card.: up her pen wrote a refusal to reconsider 'Iz1l
f EKMAN KALI WOKK the matter and rit .. '
about to address
New Twh.. JII_. .ti..*. was 0' .' ',"" '
It when looking at the envelope t'iyf14h, I' ;, ,f
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AUaMa. aK.w Brm 4 BtAccented "
j In which Dick's letter bad been In-

I ..,"" '- ':'::: : "' ,'. .f>:... ,,;. ., "'.: ,"_'.':..': '...., closed for his address she saw that
something had been )left In It. She Tri-AVcckly Sailings., FLORIDA'EAST
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drew out a piece of paper on which
the original bad been written for the COAST R'Y.
Free and typewriter to copy: BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling .

', ,, ,lIIIii ii Masons. I haven't *v,.r blamed you for not expecting -
ennythlnir from as bad a apeler at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
(blot) a. I am. 'My father coudn't spel I
any better than me. Nevertheles I have The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe
Indian, No. 00 been successful, and as I shall (blot)
never mary enny body If I can't mary you I
River ii/j A TltusvilleLode (blot) I woud like to know If :you will Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
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change your mind of a doaen :years ago. Direct Service Between

*. /vFlorida.. Somehow this bit of blotted, misspelled Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. New Time Card in Effect January 12th,
Hold Ito meeting the leoond and fourth Krlteyof paper which at one time would ,
r A each month ai their room, Indian River have repelled her, now beside Ita mechanical (Calling at Charleston S. O., both ways)
Hotel.TltiidIlia, at T130 o'olook p. m.
copy went straight to her SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS:
'1'. H.Sander, Worshipful Maat r. Southbound...............t. ...... ..... ...... ....t.... .... ..... ..... .from Lewis Wharf Boston will in next issue.
r7.Morgan Senior warden. heart. Turning It over she noticed Northbound................ .......... ..... from foot ot Catherine Street, Jaokixyivllle! appear
M, 8.Bam.Junior Warden.J. written In pencil on the back "Don't .::.:.:.:.;:,;
.M. Ulxon, Traannnr. r
J. R Walker, Beoret'.ry. tell him I put this In or 1'111088 my po St. Johns River Line.
J. O. Black Chaplain. sition." Clyde
r. M.Taylor Ben lor Itoaoon. For Information [Relative to Trains
R.E. Mlm. Junior Ueaoon.O. "That typewriter is surely a woman" (DeBar, Line.) ,

..A H., Stewart Walton Senior Junior Steward.A. Steward.. mused Ruth: "only a woman would BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. f

i*. W.lloDerM Tyler.r. know the difference between the mechanical Stopping at Falatka Astor St. rnnclH, Berecford (DeLand), and intermediate land- "
H. Wootan,Mar.hsl.AN I and the real." And straightway tugs on the 8t.Jobn'e River. "See the Ticket Agent.

she wrote to Dick Iloyd Inviting, STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.: "

him to come to see her ]la[ appointed to nail as follows i Leave Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:i30 p.m. I
leave San ford, Wednesdays. and 9:30
Returning, Monday Fridays a. m.
INCORRIGIBLE Mrs. Ruth has.
Boyd; a secretary who
writes her notes (with a p"nl. working South.14mn 8CHEDULE North4toundIteau .
down. stead up.

f... SPELLERs when she feels like it and drawing! Leave 330 p. m. ....... ............ ......Jack.oovlll.. ..... .................. \rrlva 100 a. m. 'I ; .,
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salary of n hundred dollars a month Leave 84 p. m. ......... ............ ....l'alatka......... ................. Leave 800 p. m. 1.v
t Leave 300 a. m. ... ................... Astor ............ ............ Leave I UIJ p. m. ;, ,,: .
T' o Q. She la Mr. Iloyd's former typewriter.F. Leave. 430 a. m. ........... ............. St Francis .......... .:....... Leave 1 00 p. m J ,'.t
[Original) A. MITCIIEL.YOU Leave ................. ..J1ere.or'l (Deland)) .................Lea". U 00 noon. .,i" ': ,
Ruth Arrive 830 a. m. .......................... 81mford.... ..., .......... ....... Leave 8 SO a. .... .. .1>.<".., f".r.< '''' '
Twining ant with an open note KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING Arrive 10:00: a. m. ........ .. ...............EDl.rprlee............... .......... Leave 10 00 a. m. If,; ;' )";'..' ",, ., '. \ ,
In bar band a picture of misery and ., :
4Uaappolntment. She was a cultured, When you take Grove's Tasteless Chili Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville., ." : ,j I> \ :. ,.:' ,

roAuvd ,girl who at school nnd afterward Tonlo because the formula Is plainly V. M.IROiMONJERL"a.:! ,A9 t.Gen.Pas*.Afft. 204 West Bay St..iack.onvlileTie. .' l", ,,:. .*?,-" >
at college had been noted for the printed on every bottle showing that it Is W. O.COOPER Jr.,Local Frt. boot: Jacksonville O. P. LOVKLL Superintendent Jacksonville. .
Imgly Iron and .iQulalne In a tastelessoOota. Hoftan St. Jacksonville. Fla. ;
correctncHa of her KnglUh and the .... ...... l .. ,. p' ': .
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o.*m. No cure. No pay. > O. HAOERTY (}en'l Bast'n 1' Ajt.; New York CLYDE MILNE, Gen. Frt. &jI't.Tn'- York. I ; I '
!faoltlpsmiens of her enmiys. She! hud TIIEO. O. KOHH General Mauauor. WM. 1> OLVI>K CO. General Agent I :
CbesebrooKb Building 19 State St..Opposite Battery Park New Fork. .
'been born to wealth and luxury and .1rJ8dad.Sp) jo CJ4nUCJ48.1d egvnivAV ) ,."<<
"Was now aufferlng from reverse Unit 8' Ivan v jo pua 9qJ lu ua,!vl'1)luJ) C. 1C. WALTON. Agent Tltusville. Fla. ( .>,'
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:-RlAk Iloyd. whom she had long known UB sI{ aiddnanid) aq) jo 'aopnCo ) ally ;ry .'
.11'It 'q.a.d.tq .uC ...,. | .coif -;, ,r
whose wife she hud expected to ;
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I be ever Hi nee she wan ten your old R'y :;,,,1 ., '. "'.40

Iliad her promise to marry him nil Boon Opano :i <_ ,

as ho was sure of a permanent income. urea a cold In 2 i hours. Relieves nru :r ,, I :,
(. But while she loved Dick she wax nlgta, rheumatism, bronchitis aud head. The Great Through Car Line from Florida. 'I .'
'uncertain an to the window of imaging.ia ache. Comforting and curative, swift, \
lifetime with bin) As u.,sclioolboy"the sure and snfe. The best of all cold reme- TO THIS EAST. ,. ;.

bad never banded) In n foinposltlon: dies Is a ,small because ohooolate the most coated efficient tablet, and Opaac Is Over Its own rails to Savannab.ICharleston( ( Richmond and Washington, thence .. .
that not blotted, inlxnpellod.
wait uu-
vla the Penonylvanla Kallroad.
old at :25cts! a box. Red Cross 1'har- I
grammatical and generally discredita
ble. She had hoped that when be became maoy ________ TO THE WI ST. ,
a uinu lie would do better and A r .. >Co YU.4,1.Jlr Tbe Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile & Ohio it. R. ". ',1 .
) !Rosh( Tlil p, now chic had evidence-Unit he was pot like wif nt nil. TO THE' EAST' VIA STKAMSIIIP.'

doing better. This In n copy of the note Artist my-I k nllw'It doesn't but it 1001. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Pblladetdhla, Bos
'I she held In her band, a note from Dick: as she Att'.k..l". U>okB,_.'mlircT.hc ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
I expect to get away from blBlness early and Merchants' and Miners' Trangporttaion) Company for Baltimore -
tbla afternoon and will acme for a walk aud Philadelphia.TO .
before dinner. I'm not ihure but If T 4 I ::: ,.-.A'v---- -.__... ".,- --
com will be there by 5 o'clock. A man I AND i'e
KEY .\,
RUTS WEST < V ANA. ..LA 4
who I have an appointment with may
tl keep me back. Otherwise you will .ea me Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. Y. c-mCIT R'I9'YGlu7 i


4In"It's Sias.just as I always feared" she Connection Made at,Jacksonville for all Points F : R rJ( CLPYIUIJU 4

I uptiM' 'buHliH'BH1 take any stand In buslne ,,,4 CHG4'I
.m. 'Sure" spelled with an 'h. 'A a crowd of them there are : Interchangeable; mileage; tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal
railroads in the southern states are on sale by the principal agents. rr tl
who I have with. fn
male an appointment
Persons who are thin and For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, :'
You will UM tue on time.1 One would C"4'ok.
*ujjpo. 1t my determination: on tho subject weak but not sick enoughto FRANK C. BOYLSTON", Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. PUBS. Agt. 'I ._
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to he Irresistible "No, she went sr 14vls' I
I on after much deliberation "It will go to bed."Chronic .. n. M. EMEKSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oon'l. Pass. Agent.MTILMINOTON / l ,cIarKoHDLOULSVI
N. C.
:never do for uic to link my Ufo with cases" that's .
'011* who must ex natura ret (from the -- ----- I
what the doctors call
mature; of the case) tnke n low stand them, r41'

event In the world of business" I which in common English SEJ.A.JB c:>1 .JR.JD /l'r 4

it will be observed from! thin solllo- .
that Miss 'l"wlllinwall college ncans-long sickness.To e
l'iy / AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR \ I Ii '
Lr#& girl who preferred a Latin to an the continuedloss i cFLi1LtfT
"ICnwilKh exprenHlon and had more resp > stop 'r

&ct for professional than bnslnemjllfi of flesh they needScott's ,
(). She broke her eugngcment with /' c 7j 4 ..
Emulsion. For the
DIck Lloyd, though It cost her n severepnpx SAVANNAH I. COLUMBIA, C CAMDEN SOUT11EUN PINES, RICHMOND, .tBt/RG
to do HO and became a teacher. feeling of weakness they
41Na.t
Evarylwdy predicted that she would WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, CCLUitC1"B

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Bald, most persona who hud w. n specluijiiui t makes flesh q
new and Two Elegant: Trains Daily .
LrJgJJICD
of his
literary production1 put I tt
bum down a a sure to hold his position gives new life to the weak Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. t r

'on 4feu bottom rung of the ladder. T'. -, I
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Dick on entering upon' his position system. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIP.II: .NT. MA s wNm

wtttr the Starling Lumber company III Scott's Emulsion gets ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. SMOOTH RUN gUP

>cu M.'rn of many years' standing, was <
placed nt dl'rlcnl) work After leaving thin and weak persons out I SOUTHERN J""I>"

a Hot on nearly every page of the of the rut. It makes new For information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent ,ex

IcQaer and Mending out a number of' Seaboard, or write j

nrt lpelltrl and Inaccurate statement'' rich blood, strengthens the A. O. MAODOXELL, As.t. Oen. 'UII. Agt. &&S. C. BOTLSTOX, Pass. Agt. RAILWAY IIRtJIV1u.::
the president called him into lili private : ) T.
nerves and gives appetitefor J. :
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
olllco and told
l him (putting It
Ltiully. that lit* thought he would do ordinary food. -- .. .. ..- J WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHVILLE and

( better outside Dick went outside and !! Scott's Emulsion betaken Peninsular and Occidental I and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
IntK-ad of blotting tho bookx bcciuno n can Steamship Company. I

f lumber shover. But It was not long! !>.'- as long as sickness .rrtCINNATI.! CHICAGO, "THE. LAND OF THE SKY"'

4 font U was evident that he would make -'nlt.e tates FlOAt Mail Routes For- k '!n* NORTH and WEST._ ts! "The Sapphire Country." II
lasts and do
Wtter boss and in few good all the
a weeks bow
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KEY WEST! CCIIA AND THE WElT 1NDIK$. VIA POUT TAMPA AND :MIAMI FLA.lruiiuwd .
In charge of the 1nrThen\ be )4....... n..'_.. .
ime. sallln ;.e In effect Dvcuuilwr It, I'M3. 8 ibjeot to change .and Individual postponement ....&llm."n Care a.rvtc.
sent to straighten
TTJU ; out n bud complication without notice.
at the mills nod from this. time There's new strength II1IUIIIU.VAN'DIRECT, ) LINE- .i On All Trettik. TKo R....,

forward was used to perform what win I.. tl farm. ...Thnntlajrc, Sun 'f.-lalerlld ImrioSHlble fur any one rise. and flesh in every dose. Ar Havana .. .Friday, Mondajn .7 OUam ArMlamt..euturday.Tuesdays! .l:OIIpm I IJe I N es. bww, J................. lha

Superintendent. secretary vice :MIAMI-KKY: WEST LIXELv A. T..... e, T .... .......- n C II H ._
preflfl'juk .
uH oucoosslvo We will Miami. .....Tne., Thnr. Bat ..IHtOam'\ LvKey Wed....W..lFrlSun .. ....500ainArleySVeet.'ruesThur. l" w e 'i ."....... A.. a. p 4.". _.c.. c.0 .P.a.vwt..w '
were titles and at be glad ., Hat 10:oo p m Ar :Miami.. ....t.rrl.8..n..tIOIIpm: -
I.tst when the prt-shh-nt had got the to send you a few p ,.... holding round trip ticket can occupy etateroniu aboard while tbia remain. at '
{ Bnpnny "into a bolo" Iloyd was given; doses free. II K.v.n.. -_::':::= : -. ---_.__._--- .
a Mock of the stock and made presld uL PORT TAMPA-KEY ITEST-IIAVASA LISEI BANNER
I t >*ki for the purpose of getting. It out Be sure that thl plctnre In I L.l'oTlUnpa..fI..n.T".a.T'' ..IIt5pn': Lv n..n..Tn..ThnN.fllat..III1O. : ft'nArK."V.llo..W..l. SALVEFoley'sHoney ,nd Tar
the form ot r a libel 'I.l on the : Fri' !l.mpmiimpnt Ar Key West .Turn. Thiirn, Sat.... 8:30pm the most healing calve In the world cures colds poeumonls.THE .
TW bo accomplished In a few year*' wrapper of every bottle ol L. Key Wa;....Mou, W"'.l. Fri Lv Key W..C..Tn"a Thun, Sat ...10:9e mAr prevents
p
1 tine, and It made him rich. k.muWua you buy. Havana .....Tiled. ,Tim,., 8 at, 6;:(M a mon Ar fort Tampa.wei i, rn, Bun.... a:JO p m -.-- --

Meanwhile Ruth Twining: had spent SCOTT & nONVNE MIAMI:JfASSAtt LINELvMland.Mondny.'lmredaye:! -

ten yean teaching and had rencluMrotation r Chemists |II a m Lv Na.....u.W. a at $TXi u year a si Instructor r 409 Pearl St., N. Y. Ar Nauau...TuMilay.. Friday ... .tgpm: At AUwnl..TbnndaJB.8".dooy...... 6KX: ).|tu JOB PRINTING OFFICEAll

In Tnirllsh rompositlon. Her principal For rata. dwcrlptlv booklet of other Information call on rallroal ticket agents or ae ii.
l derv was to correct: taw luvaallt ew+eve SOc. and $1 1 all druI.ta. CHARLES: ,; L. JIVER3, Manager Jackaonvllle Fla. kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.r'I .

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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five[ ml nut OH from any wharf or depot. All ,

street cars pass tho door. Rates, $:!!.OO to $2.50; per day. HARRY L. BEEMAN Owner and Manager.ItOCKLUDOE. I \ ;

Dire A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. ,i.,, ,,
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10 East Koisyth Street, .__ ____ __ ____ _u_ .__ __ ___ __ ___._______ I ---,----,----------- .- -. ,--- ----.--- -- ----- ---;'= I
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'he Windle -
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JACKSONVILLE
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American and Ear:>pean. Every department modern. Hotel I Indian River a ms; WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day. : j

European plan, 76cts, $1 and up one person \
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. ; giving, the comforts without, the cost of
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. 1 on beautiful Lake Worth opposite the
SURROUNDED BY -LARGE : While. .
) waitresses and cooks from Mountain
ELECTRIC LIGIITS THROUGHOUT HOTEL AND the very host. flares, $2: to $3 per d.iy" '
'he 235: West Ray St. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. !( "'THE\ PALMS: ," West Pulm Ituaclr Fin. q.)'' ,
Everett Hotel :
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. BATES: $::1 AND UPWARDS PER DAY.
$17.M) AND\ 4
Repni'' WEST PALM JIEACH: FLA. r
Centrally located., Thoroughly d and Renovated. EXCELLENT BOATING ..
FUJ'Dished. Rooms FISHING, !' .
Newly only )
management. i r
AND
W. O. WINANS, Manager. II. MASOX, Proprietor. HERBERT L. LEOG. Proprietor. Overlook) Lako Worth '
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Proprietor of Lnural House, Halnes Falls, Catskill \ ; I.'.HO\ per day
ST AUGUSTUS' Spoolal Weekly RateH.MRS. "

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[yon 6UID1116 i Plaza I IIIM"OIl.

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: INDIAN HIVER. XtOOlC.locl.feO, 'I I
KINO AND ST. OEOROB STREETS ST AUGUSTINE I FLORIDA -
J" : Club Cafe.+
OPPOSITE( POSTOPFICEand PLAZA : "THE GREAT ORANGE OROVH
Mont ottntral location In the. city. Strictly fireproof. Sixty Una room. well /
furnliihetl. Rooms ouly. Open November to June. Adtlremi es above. : RESORT OF FLORIDA._ (Incorporated) e 'j

i A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of the i JANUARY 1.VTH. '.
OUMONl ItBAClL River, In the midst< of an M) acre bearing orange grove. : ) '., Palm' Jieach on the north.

--- T Z every everyone room the, suites bent In with Kockledge bath(; tiltered; Kant (rainwater'",.&at Railway; ;; ;; : b; d'.D i f

The Inn OUMOND: BEACH FLORIDA. : grounds Accommodations Oranges free for to:200 tho guests. Liberal ; i at all Hoarse t'f;,

8. i1. PECK
: ) Cuisine' and) Service. 1'1
Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON MOTEL,
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Decemb'' Z IjttitilliiK rmortuf; tha tlrrnt t akim-Open June to .. .
Open to May. Car lino from Ormond .:Station; to Hotel ...N.N..lO....NNNiN..4'AN1.Nf.... : : : : :I.n.I.t:1.g: : : :Parlors 'I
U.UO> day $17.50 week. -- --- - --- ben ti tiJ !
Ormond. New England help per ; per Purlieu of any number ut all *.
ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors. __ t 1

WM. S. KY. NEY. Manager. 'i: lil'I t I N(14. .


DAYTONA. New Rocldedge 1'l' WIIlTK81'IIlNOULA. r: i t I I


The 'I
Ridgewood DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
ROCKLEDGE INDIAN
IIiKh-Class Ifotel,1. 4

Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the South. 8UWANEK ItlVKK. '; .

Private Baths. Electrlo Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. Orchestra, Casino, Bowling ) ; world. Greatest health resort In the,,. ;.
Orchestra. E. D. LANGWORTIIY Proprietor. / /( In America. Write for booklet to

- JNO. H. IJOWEN, White Springs, FU.)

TITUS VILLE. H. R. SHARES, ____ ,. (k y Iv
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TITUSVILLE, r I".lT T JEHSKST! '
FLORIDA.J. Centre of .1 '.

c r UNDER NEW )IAYAGEME( T. 3Tth Streets NEW YORK. ".M1

I O. MAST Proprietor. Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. : Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con- T '
ground. with tropical foliage-: Excellent fishing and plans, anlls managed/ under the personal '"
Q to 2.60 per day. /Special: weekly rates. -' !
DUCK SHOOTING. CHAS M. E. H. CROWELL. Manager.;
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and BL9IILi0.r.ss / ,
\Y): :ST 1'AJ-M I3>rnCl[.
-yr' Rates: $2 CO per day. Broadway and 41st Street l
V ti
= $10 and >$12 per week.> e NEW YORK CITY. i'i't

- LaGRANGE-SE dINO>;E HOTEL WEST ;: : : ,and eo suite with private bath and tone t /t '
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MAGNOLIA 8PJCINGS. Oood rooms$1.60; largo rooms $J: and with "
- :Fronting on Lake Worth. overlooking the Royal Poinclsoa.blR.a. : upwards. The managenient I Is under the per F'I
FRANK ORUKN, Manager ::1}, ;
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Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. GEO. C. -- -.-.- { ; .
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(St. Johns River.; American Plan. $2.00 $2.iO and $3.00 per day Special low I .

23 miles sooth of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steamer month. Accommodation 300. Open:the entire year. PRINTING OFFICE. ; .
Open fireplaces) In aU rooms Steam Heat. Elevator. Electric Light The same standard excellence of cuisine maintained .
Pure water. :Dry climate. No mosquitoes. \Vell-kept Golf coarse.
spring I If Ir
the LmGrange-ColumbU Hotel, Arverae-by-the-Sea
Tennis, :Fishing! Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths $4.00 per dal. PRINTING. J .
OF JOB .
Special weekly rates. O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. most renowned and patronized seaside hotel. ,


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ONE CENT A WORD. FLORIDA-GAME LAWS. HUNTING AND FISHING ON J. R. WALKKB. H. B. MACE. I tJ.

EAST COAST.

Ou several occasions the ADVOCATE
d -
has published extracts: from the Florida J. R, WALKER& CO
Advertisements this column will be
Game Laws; and, at the request of several Messrs. Perry and Gibbs are still en-
inserted at the uniform rate of One newcomers to the East Coast we joying the fishing. On Monday Mr. -DEALERS IN-
Cent a Word. No advertisement, however Gibbs landed "no
again publish them seven pound trout
small lens than 20 cents, rash in frills that fish Melbourne
on says our
advance each 'insertion. Orders for discontinuance SUNDAY HUNTING. Beach correspondent. Dry Goods,
must be made In writing. Whoever uses firearms by hunting

Mend check money order or stamps to game or firing at targets upon Sunday Saturday afternoon George Gosling

1 EAST COAilT ADVOCATE,TltimvIlle.Kla, shall be punished by Imprisonment not went out from the Bessey hotel dock, Furniture,
exceeding: : twenty days, or by a fine not and In one hour landed fourteen sbeeps-

exceeding: : twenty-five dollars. head, three snappers and two sailor's
E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI real estate choice our !Stuart correspondent.Messrs. Shoes etc.
says
dealer has some choice bits of real KILLING PLUME BIRDS. ,

estate for sale. Call upon him. It shall hex unlawful for any person to Edwin A. Freeman and .1. E.

./m6n f kill In this State, for the purpose of sale Borton, of Philadelphia, who have killed I

STORE TO LET-In the ADVOCATE I or commercial traffic any of the follow. over 200 quail during the couple of weeks -AGENTS FOR-

"WHAT CAN'T BE CURED Building, Titusvllle, Fla., suitable ing plume birds: Crane egret, IbIs,our. they were In Tltusville loft on Monday

MAY BE ENDURED"If for any kind of bUlllne ll.-.Apply to lew, or heron. It shall be unlawful for for Fort Pierce, to try the fishing atjhe CONTINENTALTAILORING

C. II. Walton ADVOCATE office.( any person to purchase, trade, or traffic Inlet.
_
in of the birds herein mentioned
any plumed Mrs. Chamberlain and :Miss Klaner '
you're insured for then the wipingout TWO THOUSAND AMOOR RIVER or for commercial purposes. to purchase caught 20 pound Hargeant: fish in the CO. \\fl' 4
trade tntfflo. in the
of your house, shop or factory by fire or plumes or
Eau Oallle river on Friday last. The ladies -
Privet, $2..00 per l.OUO; Strong:plants.L.
Inconvenience- pelfry of the said plumed birds of the
means only a temporary CAMERON the landed their catch unaided. May THE BEST CLOTHES.
Hoedsman
State. for violation of these
your loss Is made good and you can start Penalty
Jacksonville Fla. they always be as successful our
,
fresh with the money any of our staunch laws, a fine Lot exceeding: : three hupdred Eau Gallle correspondent.Last says. 1
and sterling Insurance companies will dollars or Imprisonment In the county
pay you promptly on proof of lOlls FOR SALE, Cheap a 0-horse-power IIIani jail) not exceeding six months. Saturday :Mr. and Mrs. Chas. John R Walker & Co. '

Marine Engine Motor complete; KILLING OR OATCHINO WILD BIRDS. GUlIlgher, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock,
Branning & Morgan guaranteed to run. Call Box 22, Palm faster Fredrick Hancock and Stanley TITUSVILLE.
No shall 'within the State of
Beach, Fla. tf person the down at
Pitching spent day fishing
Fire and,Life Insurance Agents her Florida, kill or catch or dead have in his wild or the; inlet. They landed seventeen rock- .NN.NN.NNN.NNNN................N....
possession living or
any
TITUSVILLE, FLA. WANTED-TO CHARTER BOAT for bird other than a game bird, nor shall fish and thirty pounds of sea bass. The ; \ Morgan & Brapnlng, Proprietors. E. R. Blakewood, RegisteredPHARMACY DrllKgl :

six: weeks cruise on Indian River by purchase, offer, or expose for sale any party went In Mr. Hancock's launch thegyptl i

party of four. S. 1C. Merrell, 205 Hogan such wild bird after It has been killed or and all report a most enjoyable .

St., Jacksonville Fla. 2t caught. No part of the plumage. skin, outing says our Stuart correspondent

AUTOMOBILES.WINTOtf or body of any bird protected by this section I

FOR SALE-The Macolenny Standard shall be sold or had In possession MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE. RED
newspaper and job plant Is offered for for lale.TAKING.
sale at a bargain. Full particulars
OR DESTROYING NESTS OR EGGS.. ,
TOURING CAns given on application. The only paperin
the county. Address The Stand No person shall within the State of Charley Klein, a brakeman on the 'TITU8VILLE, FLORIDA.A .
t STEVENS-DUKYEA and ard, Macolenney, Fla. Florida, take or needlessly destroy the Florida East Coast RailwAY Is carrying:

OLDSMOBILES.GASOLINE nest or the eggs; of any wild bird nor his arm In a sling as the result of an accident Complete Stock of-
shell have such In his Thursday night. He was coupling
ENGINES, MARINE\ nest or ep-gs or
PRIVATE HOARDING on Merrltt Is-
her These laws gulls oars and his arm slipped between the PURE DRUGS AND
STATIONARY PORTABLE.FOU possession. protect ; DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.
and land; Station, Cocoa; In private north
.
blocks of the
they to-
terns, plume and all other wild birds also cars just as came
horse era family, near Rockledge. Superior their nests and eggs, at all times, but gether. Ills arm at the elbow was far Prescriptions Filled With the
SALE-2}' 4 board for nix guests; $10 weekly. A ,1. 'Utmost Care and '
Cycle and
t power, do not include game; birds In their sea- caught severely squeezed, bruising 1'romptitude.

1 Gasoline Marine Engine, price, $115 00. hire launch Blair and, Merrltt.cabin cat-boat Fla. for sale 18--H or son. The English sparrow sharp shinned the bones muscles br badly ken., but fortunately no i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
8 horse hawk Cooper's hawk great horned were
4 Double ,
power Cycle, Cylinder .
Choice Line of School
Cigars, Stationery, Supplies Perfumery, Brushes,
Gasoline Marine Engine price 225.00: ; ; I[ CAN QUICKLY SELL your Real Estate owl daw, and crow butcher-bird, rice bird, meadowlark are not protected jack Mr. Ed. Gruber who has been workIng Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept

this Includes cash at the rock quarry was quite painfully : by up-to-date drug stores.
shaft propeller wheel mag- or Business for no matter by these laws
/I? netos, batteries and spark colls. These where located. Send me particulars hurt on Friday last by being hit on 5ry We give; prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
prices, etc., and receive my plan.! Its PENALTY. the head by a piece of rock. NNNNNN..NNINNN.N..NN.N.NNN.NNNmyvyvvV.mmam.vmVYVYYY..mm..mrrr
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engines are made) and guaranteed by the
free. () AIJ.I"OWELL. ill w. Mohawkat. Any person destroying wild birds, or They had just fired a blast and thinking

Grant Ferris Co., of Troy New York. ., Buffalo, N. Y. their nests or taking their eggs; ; shall be all the rock had fallen to the ground
fined five dollars for each offense,and an he stepped Qut from the protection of a y
additional five dollars for each bird,ifv tree, and was hit on the head by a descending =
LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND YOUNG CHICKS 1 1-100 or more, ISots dead of bird or nest : stone.. Fire Insurance e "
ing or or part or ,
each, ten days old, safely shipped four In violation of this His life was saved by the rock being j
BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION weeks after ordered. Now Is the time eggs possessed section
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or to Imprisonment for ten days, or soft and by his wearing a wool hat, i ''I
to hatch for next winter layers, when I If Your House Goes Up in Smoke and
both,at the discretion of the court. which was badly torn, and he suffered a
f TUB WHITE GASOLINE egg are high. Brooders made to order very painful contusion of the scalp. :you loose everything It Is :your own .+
ENGINE for southern climate. Recipe for TO LIMIT THE KILLINU. lie brought to the Red Cross '".
was ; fault FIRE INSURANCE sufficient .
Marine, Portable and Stationary. Manu- Sorehead 2 ctB. Blair's Egg: Farm, No person may kill wore than four Pharmacy and Dr. B. R. Wilson was ""' .o4t' -

factured by The Globe Ironvorka, of Merrltt Fla. wild turkeys, twenty-five quail and no called in to dress the wound. to cover the value of the property and .... '% -

:Minneapolis, Minn. party may kill more than six turkeys or We are pleased to state the young man household'effects should be carried. w: ;. .t"-I'.. .4
WANTED FOR U. ft. ARMY-Able- more than fifty quail In one day, nor was out on Tuesday and will be at workin Rates are not high. The companies ...N"V! rl

TheWizard Jump Spark Magnet price bodied, unmarried men, between the may any person have quail partridge or a few days.FLORIDA. we represent are solvent, reliable and ._
$14. Apple Dynamos $18. ages of 21 and ::15 I ; citizens of United wild turkey In their possession after liberal. All Claims promptly paid. ...".L.. :

These engines and automobiles are States of good character and temper. March first. The penalty for violating Write us for rates on your property. c:---

_ carried In stock, and can be delivered ate hahits who can speak, read and this law Is a floe of not less than twenty- OSTRICH FARM. Don't neglect to take out a policy /

promptly by write EnghBh. For information applyto five dollars or more than one hundred,
Recruiting Officer, :324 W. Bay St., or Imprisonment In the county jail for I Schuyler & Wilson '

Tbe Florida Motor Co Jacksonville.Fla., or:'Ml: Bull st Savannah not more than sixty: : days, or lens than Mr. Wm. W. Ford, general l managerof TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .. 4
Oa. 4t thirty days; neither of these birds may the Florida Ostrich Farm has returned .

Box I. DAYTONA, FLA. be snipped under penalty of not more to Jacksonville from Palm Beach. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADEALERS

__ __ ____ d.___ WALTON:" SELF LOCKING BLOCKS. than one !fcnndred dollars or lens than where he had been superintending the -
Patented In all counll 1011. Only tackle thirty, or be Imptlnoned In the county preparing for the opening of their branch -

n. r-.. JWOTLO block of the kind lu the world. FIt- jail nut more than six months or lean farm there. The farm at Palm Beach EZ.: : ::e .6..D Y' dz: 810.::

ted with the celebrated Vinton Roller than three. was opened by Mr. Ford on the 8tb, and ,
Is In charge of Mr. A. M. IN-
Dearer. Useful in any place where GAME lllima OF FLORIDA Sinclair a very -
hoisting U done. With those block rnpi.ble ami agreeable gentleman, who
Tho game birds of the state: are : took GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
one man can do the work of two. charge upon Mr.( Ford's return to ,
swans" geese; brunt, ducks, rails, cuot,
Jacksonville.
Thousands sold in the north Call iniidhans, gnlllnulcH, plovers, snipe, Mr. Ford Is expecting to We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents/ for MAPES FERTILIZERS.

I\n.lllee them In working order at this woodcock sandpipers;>> tatters, cm'lews. have a very successful season, both at We deal exclusively: ; in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. -

ofllco/ or the store of Jas. I'iKohurd & wild turkeys partridges/ or quail, turtle Jacksonville and Palm Beach, and l Is Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
:bou, TltuHvllle. doves and robins. busy preparing the care and hatching E. L. BRADY A TITUSVILLE FLA.
/ of the ostrich eggs: now being )laid
WIIKKK NOT TO HUNT. dally at the farm.

1 r.rr-. When answerIng advertisements Any hunter who enters upon the en- Mr. Morton J. Taylor president of the

} I in favor theMe by lying columns, you HIIW the would advt.confer In the a closed lands of any person that are putted Ostrich Farm and Sirs. Taylor have ar- W. E. GOLDSMITH
6 :
you
to hunt or flub, Is liable to a tint of rived In .Jack"ouvtlleantl will probably ,
EAST COAST ADVOOATK. By so doing
/ $25: 00. remain some weeks lu the metropolis, ..""*
you will receive better attention from -Dealer In-
pleased to the rot the
escape rlgo severe
the LAW FOB NON IlKSIDKNTS.:
I advertisers winter weo.therNew YOlk bus seen, and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
All non.ro"ldeuts before hunting wild Is Is expe 'lenclnp;. ,
Dade County Laud For Sale. game In this State, shall apply to the PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
clerk of the Circuit Court of the countythe TITUSVILLIX _
FLORIDA.
said nun-residcnt to hunt
propose
1 For sale cheap the northeast CONCEALED WEAPONS. .
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quarterof --- --
in said Fee ten dollars. This ------- -- -- ------- ------ -- -- -
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Liquors, Wines, Beers southeast quarter of section 3, town
permit expires on the first day of March .
r Ales Stout Eto.B3T ship :as, south of range 41 east; close to following the date of Its Issue and Is not A. R. Brown of LosAngefos, and John INDIAN RIVE ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

Send me your orders! O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on transferable. Penalty for violation of Cleghorn: of Minnesota were arrested

TITUSVILLK and CJCOA FLORIDA. St Lucia River;-10 aoios.Alao this law: a fine of not more than one by Marshal Worley, on Wednesday after. : FLA.Is .
the northeast quarter of north hundred dollars or Imprisonment In the noon, for attempting to steal a ride on prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-sacked: or loose. Special attention

-- east quarter> of section 18, township 38, county jail\ not exceeding/ ninety days. the roils of the southbound F. E. C. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

William Ilmdle south, of range 41 east; ou south fork of Provided: that the provisions of the actshall Railway passenger! train. They claim to T. WEI MORE, Proprietor. '

:St.: Luole River; 40 acresApply to not apply to counties having special bu barbers, looking/ for work. Upon being -.--- -- -- ------- -- --
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TIN, COPPER AND 811KKT!: IRON CUAH!> II. WALTON, game laws. searched, a razor, pair of scissors,
Titusvllle Fla bunch of various keys and revolvers
CAUTION TO UUNTKKg. P. H.uhlznaxi
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WORKER. c& Co.
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Under the laws of the United States
As there Is a fine of $100) for
I Plumbing Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. Robbins & Graham Co birds. are also protected by the Federal concealed weapons In this state carrying, these; 281 Washington St ) NEW
law known an the Lacey Act, or Act of YORK.
I two white men are held for trial 1 before \03): Murray Street.
OAT.VANIZEDjRON STORAGE f N. Y.

L TANKS:: MADE'TO ORDER. (Incorporated.) May'21ih,11)0t1.of birds from Thlsregulnteetheshlpnreut one state: to another.- Judge:Miami A.thU D.week Penney, l attending, who has to law been matter at-
Under the Federal law fine uot exceeding
a
Your PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. two hundred dollars U also provided: /!. -- --

1'ntioniigo Is Solicited. This company ownsLOAN For tilt delivery of any bids killed in Oranges Pineapplesand

_ <:000.FLA.. violation of the laws of Florida to any EASTERN STAR. ,

HD S.. express, railroader steamboat company

lu the Indian or any other common earlier, for shipment Friendship Chapter No. 11 Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
Hodgson .Bros, lUvei Country; Oil the St. oat of the !State. Fur the transportation Order of
Eastern Star held their
regular
Luole River; at New River and on Bay of such birds by any: commoncarrier meeting represent several of the
: In the Chapter-room Indian River hotel, largest shippers in your State, and wish to represent
out of the State.: For shipment
EAU OALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FT:A. Blsoayno. Prices to suit the times. on Tuesday evening with a fair attendance -
out of the_btiue of any package,: containIng you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30
of members There business :years.
l.
was no
,
Marino Railway. Send for Land List. game, birds, or plumage! which does or
importance transacted by the
bear the and address
not shipper's name
General Merchants ant, !Ship Chandlers. Offices at Tituivllle and Miami, Fla. and a statement of the nature of the con, ladles on this occasion; but when any ESTABLISHED mo.x .
.peclal Facilities. thing Interest to the Chapter comes
tents. Railroad sod express agents,: are
before the members, it Is discussed with
I For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing cautioned against forwarding any package considerable enthusiasm.This .
_ East Coast Meat Market of birds which are Improperly mark. M. Lane &
Yachts and Launches. ed or supposed to contain birds killed chapter Is In good financial con- Son
dition, and has over. $127.00 In the treasury.
Mention the ADVOOATK when writing. 0. to'. DUREN Agent. contrary to law. ,

,I ::!3co 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
e For Srtlo at Georglaiia, Florhl.i.
DEATH OF MR. WHEELER.
Stanley Kitcliing: < c t -
U2co ryr Southern
13 acres Improved land, centrally Inca Fruit and Produce
Dottier In- wr
.- ,, ted, frontage of 11 rods on Indian River. Mr. Agur; Wheeler, of New Haven,
Conn. died In his
winter home Rock-
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY CIGARS a b Contains tine young orange grove In lediff. Fla.
on Tuesday last January 10,
,Address T. II. CIIAMBKHS
Tobacco, Pipes a to. bearing. 11)04) aged 70 Mr. Wheeler Corn.: 1ss1oc.
Candles Fancy China 11 in Ueorgtana Kla.A years. was a erob..ac..ts.:
and Temperance Dilnks. veteran of the civil war, and owned con

The following brand of cigars! delivered == siderable property on the Indian River, FLORIDA
PINEAPPLES
at J.25: : per box of 30: -. C"U2 Tux StatementTax where he has spent his winters the past OUR SPECIALTY.
= o 20 jears. 1>eoea ed's genial countenance
Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, will be mlased his Stencils. Cards and
among numerous our quotations furnished ,
Cremo, Cabanas, t'olialnkl. -U2 d statement for the months of November -; Rock ledge friends. on application.

Flinch' Cards. :5o.() ; Hand Made Palmetto TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and December 1003. For taxes
assessed and levied for the year IIKKJ, as ,
_ Hats, 25o. per Section 35, Chapter 4113, Laws of CHURCH NOTICES.There MASON
STUART, FLORIDA. J. L. MOB LEY Florida. M. CLARE

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Col. In NOT.1MM1. &I rot.yet to ,
1U13.Co. be Col'd. I will be preaching at the Metho
TI'l'USVILLE. FLA. Fund... ... !KH.8i 110 Street
R T-Gen : .13,871.69 Murray and 160 West
Contracts for F-howl FundKonil ......."....."... 1'oIM.J IJ.8T7.4JM2M41): dist church In Cocoa next Sunday at 11 Street, NEW YORK.
all kinds of Painting Kal-
and IJKMTT a. m. and 7 p. m. All are Invited to at.
: somlnlng, Staining Finishing and PaperHanging Fine and ::: 'rctr.n"ti;; : ,, a.773:BO tend.

/ t0J1At. at the most reasonable price 81"."." .RrvadFonUDU.no... a 71-iT: II.""'...... Fruit and Produce Commission M
.3 611B6 Archdeacon ercbant.
consistent with good workmanship. .. .. ,. w ?ft .U: 8.7 a."T.tu" :T,19: divine B. F. Brown will hold
service
,
on
Sunday next
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