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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 29, 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 SO, 1004. PRICE 5o. .

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LOCAL NEWS IF YOU WANT THE BEST DENTAL -Mra. Carrie Harris, of Titusville HUNTING AND FISHING ON lirevard County Lands For Sale AMONG THE HOTELS.t

work done, go to Dr. Feigel. went up to Daytona. this week: to attendthe EAST COAST.Mr.

j And Topics of General Interest. -Mr. Adolf M. Jaehde, the piano automobile races East J.i of Southeast $4' Section 12,
DR. THE DENTIST MAKESa :l6( South 40 East 80 The AUVOOATR Is on file every weekat
tuner, of Leesberg, Is In town this week, FEIGEL, Township Range ;
the guest of the Sembler cottage. specialty of crown and bridge work. and Mrs. Oeo. Saeger went out on acres. Fine pineapple] land, very near the American Club, Havl na. u

THE ADVOCATE, See him if you need good work. another of those delightful Hulling trips, Ankona Station on Indian River Price, Where to stop along the East Coast. +
-Senator M. S. Quay, Mr. Jerome Tuesday. They landed six sbeepshead
$2,500.:
la advance. See listof hotels on 4th and 7th
$1.50 per annum, Rev. J. Graham of tho pages.
'. months .. Quay, Colonel John Glenn and othersare I P. pastor which weighed 40 pounds, says our correspondent Meirltt's Island, near Courtenay, for
11.00 six: countries. now at St. Lucie, enjoying the fishIng first Baptist: church, of Daytona, at Stuart. merly known as the Geiger Place! ; I(7) The ADVOCATE 1 Is now on file ai all
$2.00 per an. to foreign and duck shooting.A preached In Tltusville Baptist church the best hotels New York city.If .
acres. Fine pineapple, and
When subscribe for the ADVO- on Sunday evening last. O, Hopkins has been very successful orange vegetable I
you
, the It does not cost party given for Mr.! Casper Mlms, In trapping, opposite St. Lucle, having ]land Price, tlllill.< ( yon want a nloe piece of property
you
oATs: cents by year week postage Included. at the time house, on Tuesday evening, Mrs 11[. A. Chalker, after a visit of a about seventy-five coon skins, two wildcat Merrltt's Island, lltil. acres, long: fronton cheap, read the ad. of the Sarno proper 4
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(three per was largely: attended, and a good time, month or two with her daughter, Mrs. skins, one very large deer, one ottoj, Indian River, and Including oyster ty on our 3rd page. It will be sold at a

i THB EAST COAST ADVoCATE Is on generally, reported.REMEMBER W. S. Branning, leaves, today, for Dun- three alligator skins, and a pair of very permits granted by lirovarti County rare bargain I I
iiale at the following news-stands, at five nellon, Fla., to visit another daughter.SOMETHING singular looking owls, whose faces look Good land for vegetables and some good: ,'
Mr.\ W. Searls who held the .
E. A. WADDELL, Mi land. A fine location. Harry ,
\ cents per copy : NEW-Plaster that will\ more! like monkeys than anything else. orange oyster cashier the Polncl- 1
Tltusvl1lRed Cross Pharmacy. ami, Is the man to go to, If you wanta Price, $400.Town position of at Royal
good Grove Pineapple Plantation not crack. See our advertisement on The latter are alive, says the St. Lucle ana, Palm Beach, for about five years,
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. or of the ADVOO of Tltusvlllo\ lot ::1 l, of East, sub
.. Windsor hotel. Vegetable Farm. 4th page. East Coast Lumber and correspondent TIt: division of old block 4. A fairly good was shaking hands with his. many Lake
Supply Company. The went down to Gil\ Worth friends. Mr. Searls, who now
Orlrot News stand. -Miss Leila Anthony, popular i iMr. following party ( house. Price, $200.: .
lady of West Palm Beach Is on her young annual J. A. Farmer and Mr. and Mrs. berts Bar on n fishing trip Tuesday, In Town of Titusvllle, lot :3 I, block A, holds the responsible position of chief
date of expiration printed upon the President Mr. and Mrs. cashier of Hotel Shoroham, Washington,
Note launch :
visit to Miss Evelyn Clark of Daytona Arthur Farmer and child, of Evansville, ; Coleman's Addition. Large lot fronting *
I your paper or wrapper every week. This and Is also enjoying the ,automobile Ind., friends of !Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Isaac: Allen, Mr. and Mrs George Allen, on two streets, good; location near centerof D. C., loft, Tuesday, for Havana, on a
I U a receipt for your money. No need races.; McFarland, arrived at the Indian River Mr.\ and Mrs. Andrews, Miss Grace Andrews town Good .room cottage Price, visit to his friend, the United :States:: I

I for us to send receipt for subscription. hotel on Wednesday.Mrs. and Jerome Twlchell. The $700. Consul-General. I \

I The date Rives; It to you. IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY party landed 25 snappers, spot groupers, Town of Titusvllle, line corner lot In : Mr. Gilbert Farlntosh;treasurer of the ,
Reading notice ads are ten cents along the Ease Coast Improved or unimproved A. A. Degrauw, Mr. and Mrs. rock fish and one 14 pound red bass. business section of town. Price $500. Hot Springs hotel company, who has
rte/ this send full description, price Wm. A. Warnock, and Mr. C. A. Wlllets, Isaac Allen honked a monster of the Town of Titusvllle\ 0 residence lots been spending a few weeks at Palm .i
I line"on page.
per and terms. No charge unless I effect of Jamaica, N. Y., are again at El Dora, deep, which took all the line from his west of railroad Price, $ ID) each. Beach, duck shooting and fishing, left t

-:Mr. J. F. Williams, of Daytona, was a sale. C. Buck man, Jacksonville, Fla.Mr. to spend the balance of the winter, muchto reel and didn't even say thank you. The South Lake, :3 I mites went of Tltusvlllo, for his home at Hot Springs, Va., the t"

in town on Wednesday.Mr. O. H. Voss, a former resident the pleasure of their many friends. party are stopping at the Uemiey house, 40 acres, fronting on lake, part hammock Bret of the week. lIe reports having !

-: Oeo. M. Robbins has been at De of Titnsville, was a pleasant caller at LAND CLEARED AND MADE ready says our Stuart correspondent:, and part pine. Fine lanfor oranges, had excellent sport, and killed all the

Land this week, attending: to law business. this office, Wednesday. He was on his for the plow. Work quickly and thor Mossr. Edwin A. Freeman and vegetables and pineapples. Price, #:2.10. ducks he needed; and as to fish, why
way from his Enterprise home to West oughly done. Estimates made for Joshua E. Borton, of Philadelphia, who Houth Lake, 2>tf miles west of Titus- Harry Mearla lays: "Farlntosh caught t
Palm Beach, where he holds the positionof fencing.: B. Banks, Fensaoola, Fla. have spent the past three weeks In Ti vllle. Part fine .hammock, balance fine, fish bv the barrel-full the Lake Worth I
-Dr. Mary E. Sellen gave a lecture assistant-manager of the LaGrange. Box 030. tusvllle, left for their home on Wednesday hIgh, dry, pine land, with beautiful view Inlet" .
"Marriage" last evening, whichwas Good and
of lake.
vegetable
orange; I
upon Seminole hotel. -Mr. R. C. Cooley and of Lansing stopping, en route, nt Daytona to News received at the ADVOCATE
greatly enjoyed by all attending.Mr. party, pineapple land. 100 sores I'rlce, *HH( ). was
Messrs. A. R. Harper and A. V. Mich., arrived in Titusvllle, Friday witness\ the automobile races, and to see Section S Township 27 South, Range office last week-too late for Friday's
F. W. Handy of Evanston, 111., their old friend, Mr. E. M. llolman, of ,
southbound Balsden, of Jacksonville, both of whomare last, and boarded his fine auxiliary :17 East; 42: >,' acres, fronting on Indian isue-of the death of Mr. Orange Howesat !
was a passenger on Friday's salesmen for the Cable Piano Company launch, which has been In charge of Worcester, Mass While at Titusvllle, River! and Horse Creek, 2,>4 miles northof New haven Conn., a former popular I. {,
train, en route to Cocoa for a while. of Chicago, were In Titusvllle this Capt. Nelson since last winter. The these gentlemen WAre quail hunting ton Eau Gallie. Splendid high land, fine resident\ and hotel proprietor at WestI'aim

-.Mr. Geo. F Paddlson, manager of week In the interest of the above named above party have gone on a pleasure times, bagging; ; :IKXI quail, or an average large; quarry of Coquina rock, high, dry Beach, Daytona and St. Augustine. ,
of over SJO birds to each hunt. They
the East Coast Lumber & Supply Co., firm. They report having sold several cruise down Indian River. were accompanied as far as Washingtonby : and healthy. Fine orange and pineapple Ills death was due to paralysis Mr I 1

Eau Gallie, was in town on Monday.Mr. pianos in Titusvllle and vicinity. -On account of the bad weather last Mr. L. O. Coulter, of Philadelphia, land. Splendid residence Hi to. Price, Howes had a great many friends along
the: East Coast who will regret to learn
W. N. Sheats, state superintendent GIVEN AWAY-A lovely dinner set of Friday, Mr. J. P. Wilson and wife, Mrs.B. who has also been spending the past $1,000. of his demise 4
Island 10 I
of public instruction arrived in 42 pieces, "Guessing: Contest." Ask K. Wilson and daughter, Miss Jean- three weeks at Titusvllle and La Grange, Georglana, on Morrltts ; acres,
town this morning to examine the Tttus- for a ticket with each One Dollar Pur nette, and Miss Charlotte M. Palmer did at the latter place visiting his friend, extending; across the Island from Indian Tho Resole Club, Palm Beach, under
vllle public school. chase. First contest March 5th at 2 not go over to) Indlanola, as was chronicled Mr B. F. Ives, Jr. River to Banana River; good pineapple, the popular management of the Bradley
Each ticket entitles the holder by the ADVOOATB of last week, but orange or vegetable land. 7-room house brothers, Is now open and doing a very
-Governor W. S. Jennings, this week, p.m. John R. Walker & Co. left ]last Monday. They will probably In goo J condition, small barn. Price $750. fair business; but the rush will com
appointed Mr. John R. Walker, of Tl- to a guess. return tomorrow, Sat unlay. HOBBY LINE-1\leo's Shirts 1'rlces Also 10 acres, known as lot I, of Ar- mence next month. The cafe has been II ,I
from SOots() to *J.! J. n. Walker I
tusvllle, a delegate to attend the good -Mr. Chas. S. Emerson, editor and range : >elln, fronting both Indian and St. Lucle enlarged and much Improved, to aooomnodate :.t I
roads meeting, hold at Daytona. I proprietor of the Fort Pierce News, was SHOES SHOES I Low cut, new styles & Co., Titusville, Fla. Rivers, near postoftlce and railroad, high the many patrons of the Club.

DOJTT FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell In Titusvllle on Tuesday and gave our Also White Canvas; Ladles'Children'sand -Take note of the new nil of the New and healthy, beautiful I location. Fine Mrs. Edward Bradley and her aunt, who 'y" Ir
Misses. J, R. Walker & Co. Victoria Jacksonville Fla. 4ihpace. cottage, splendid pineapple !lall<1. Price, oHtdo In 'I I
Miami if want to buy Improvedor office a pleasant call.\ Mr. Emerson Is on our a cottage, are making many
unimproved, you lands. Prices to suit much pleased with his new location, and -Mr.\ and !Mrs. Augustus Pitou and Everything: now a up-to-date, $:ir>00. friends on Lake. Worth. Mrs Bradley
all parties.Mr. said Fort Pierce has a live, uptodatelot Famil), of New York, are now basking and rates reasonable. Mend the ad."What Teensy ,,11be\ made reasonable to re- Is a delightful hostess-bright and witty r
be In Florida sunshine Hobe liable purchasers.' Apply to nnd entertains quite largely, at her '
of merchants, as can easily seen at Sound, Instead bRA became of Rock- I
E. J. Boud, a popular young by their ads. in the News. of tramping over the snow and Ic.l- your D. I.. GAUM>KN, home In Chicago.A .
asks several Rock-
man from Farmlndale, N. J., arrived in slush of Gotham Mr. Pitou is one of oorrespondenty"( ) Or, Titiisvill,Fla..
Titus'llle, yesterday, on a visit to Mr. -Mr. Robert W. Parsons, second vice- New York's famous playwrights; and edge residents. Would like to hear from W t. A. WAHNOCK, Jamaica, N. Y.ItENEMBERUr.g visit by an ADVOCATE representative -
and Mm. C. L. Berge. He expects to president of the Florida East Coast Rail his many Indian River friends are pleased I him, as Kocklodge/; Is an Important place t'> the new Breakers, Palm.Iloacli, I

itay In Titusvllle\ several weeks. ,, way, is again at the Royal Palm, Miami, to see him and his talented family here ; on the East Coast doos dental his week, proved that Contractor J. A. t {
Felgel
for the season. Mr. Parsons IH. whole- again. 'DO YOUR TEETH IJOTHEU YOU ? McDonald has done a wonderful piece of 4'
-There will\ be a meeting of Friend and has host work that will\ last. II
souled, genial gentleman, a work In erecting I this mammoth building
If so, go to Dr. Felgle, the dentist. He
ship Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern of friends on the East Coast of Florida. -Miss Margaret Harris extended InvItations knows bow to fix them. -Mr.\ G. A. Frost has purchased the I In so short a time;, and Assistant-Manue.
:Star, at the Chapter-room. Indian River He ]looks after the P. & O. S.S.: f'o.'s' to quite a few of her friendsto decker house, now occupied by Capt. ger Leland Starry Is rejoicing over the i '

hotel, Titusvllle, on Tuesday next, Feb. Interests at Miami during the winter a \Flinch party, Wednesday evening; -Attorneys W. I. Metoalf. and C. C.Chllliugworth and Mrs. A. W. Bole and Mr. C. L. act that the Breakers will ha ready to
2nd. A full attendance Is requested. season. but, owing to the Inclemency of the ; also !Messrs. John II. Brannlng has purchased, the Titus house receive /guests on the 1st of February. ,.

Among the pleasant guests of the Mr. Joseph Atkinson, a prominent weather, there were only a very few that 'Beach and W. R. Healry, all of West on Julia street. The latter house will A cursory glance( through the building f

ladian River hotel, Tltusville, this week, hotel- proprietor of Freehold, N. J.. who attende. Those not being/ able to attend Palm Beach were In town Wednesday, bu moved to one of the lots recently showed us that the main rotunda. opens '
missed a rare treat, as Miss Harris upon law business connected with the m a piazza. facing the .Atlantic ocean,
was Mrs. J. Oreenwalda prominent resident has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. bought from Mr. Decker, at the cornerof
Oreenwald and her brother, !Mr. Sheppard Harris, East Coast Fish Com puny.W. and all the rooms attached to the two
of Philadelphia. Mrs. Berge, of North Titusville, for several Main and Palm streets.
who is accompanied by her maid, is weeks, left this morning for home, via St. proved themselves to be excellent enter (I, Peters Is busier than a bee long wings running east, have an ocean 'l: ,

down here for her health, which will Johns river, where he is called to attend tainers.Mr.-. these days of automobile preparations view. We are told that the rotunda will

loon Improve on Indian River. to his business affairs. 101 r. Atkinson J. E. Crow and sister, Miss for the great; races. Ills large oflice und AN INTERESTING CASE. !hove Its wails. covered with green burlap red '

-Messrs, I';;, ttarris and II. O. Cross has made many friends while hero, Kate C. Crow, of Ossjnlng.; N. Y., who room on Beacli street are headquartersfor he dining-room will have walls of
with white woodwork. The j
of Columbus O. who have been enjoy and we hope to see him in Titusvllle are spending the winter at Ht. Petersburg I the mobillsts and his large storngto edge Minor S. Jones hail a busy dayIn urliip, ;
brown the
will be In
ing the hnntftg j&nd fishing at McFarland's'Camp I again. With ducks and quail he made on the West Coast, and who have room for the mobiles, and he has his chambers. on. Filday last hearing the banquet card-rooms room In pale and white, the r twriliog T y
two pink
"' here Tuesday an excellent record. been on the East Coast for a week or bands full In entertaining and attending argument In the case of C. A. J. Crlpe and
?:
"returned I Palm business., Mr. !Peters has. \been of -room In ml and /gold; theendingroom "
two Beach and to
visiting other one : decree of divorce
I (
Minnie E ripe a
evening, They ,were caught; In Jhe -Hon. C. F. Cone, of White Springs, vs. In yellow and white. The ,t 4}
Heavy rain first the. week en route to St. Peters and Morgan, Hathaway and of
because
to Titusvllle and arrived drenched with of Hamilton and Hon. nee aside on Jan. :2J: a plea heat and tele-
county, with Steam
burg. Mr. Crow owns several fine orange be t the names best known among the promoters abatement entered.C. green rugs. t
was
rain and river'% atevMr ; D. N. Cone, ex-Senator of Columbia phones will be la every bOIl.room, which p"
groves on the West Coast. la the home organization all\ A. J. Crape rum a curio' store in 1'
and tire: C. Vernon Sparks, of county, are In the city. They were driving have done nobly, but the bulk of the the Seminole hotel, West Palo Beach will be handsomelyfnrnlshadwith suites I 1
around taking In the sights yesterday -Palm Beach's popular and newsy society ot furniture, including the best ami most t
the work has fallen antian
Philadelphia, who have spent past on Secretary Parkinson, while Mrs. Crlpe lives In Key West,
three week....Im,Titusvllle, left, Monday\ expressing themselves as very much paper, the I'alm Beach Dally News, who has been Indefatigable In his labors, Interesting fact In the case I I.. that in-foliate: mattresses, Iron anti brass
last] for Palm :Bench, stopping at Fort pleased with the beauties of Daytona.L .- In the Issue of Sunday, says Among nnd has devoted much time to makingthe Jrlpo wan. again marl led timing the (latter bedstuadretc..
the arrivals the Hotel
Messrs. Cone at Polncl t
Daytona L Dully News. returned Royal I
Pierce and other East Const points, en meet a great success.-Halifax Jour.
$ part of December. the fact that
to Tltusville the latter part of ana last night were Messrs. C. L. Merge: Notwithstanding some I Iat
route. Mr. and Mrs. Sparks who are on nal. of West Palm
,
last week. Joseph Atkinson and Charles II. Walton. Judge; A. J. Lewis, people said llimw warn not ninny guests
their
honeymoon, having been married Mr. lierge Is a prominent and wealthy teach, leprusentcd the complainant, the Royal I'olnciann, Palm Beach, an I
lu Philadelphia Deo. :10 100.1: will\ be and his brother A Hotel Wanted.The ,
on -Senator Wm. LaKoche farmer, of Adelphia, N. J. Mr. Atkinson while Attorney Oeo. G. Brook, of Key AUVOOATK representative was agreeably t
doss the coast for a week, when they Colonel L. LaKoche of Brooklyn, is the proprietor of the largest hotel Vest, wait for the defense surprised t>> find the hotel entertaining I

will return to Titusvllle. N. Y., who had been cruising and duck In Freehold, N. J., and Mr. Walton Is town of Eau Gallie, 1)0! mites u____ over 41H guests, on Saturday lust, which .

-The Newburg (N. Y.) Dally News shooting on board the house-boat, Rose editor and proprietor of the EAST COAST south of Jacksonville, on the Indian River FORT PIERCE HOTEL, FORT PIERCEFla. was above what the count WAS t the same f
referring to the Chautauqua to be h1ldat \ Maria, for a couple of weeks, left for AOVOOATK, published at Tltusvlile. and opposite the southern mouth of Sportsman's: Pnrudlsu. Opposite time I last year. Manager\, Fred Starry,
Del<'unlak Springs, Fla., In February, home on Friday last. While waiting for lianana. River, famed for Its duck shooing Indian River Inlet. W. G. l.or.I'rop. naturally, quite pleased at the prospects 1
says that Colonel George; A. Cantlne the train at Titusvllle, It was amusing /; grounds, finds Itself In need of a first for this season. and 're long the hotel. l I
well-known to many people at Rocklcdge; to see them mopping the perspiration White Men Wanted. class tourist hotel, having lost the "(lran- ----- will\ be crowded from basement to roof. <(

and other places along the East Coast off their faces, while they said they could ada Hotel," by tire. The location Is one Good Chef und Walter. Mr. and Mrs W. K. Vanderbilt and
will deliver an address on Washington'sbirthday. hardly realize the temperature In New Wanted, two reliable, sober, white of the best on the East, Coast, and local other prominent people are at the Royal ?

Among other things the above York was below zero. Capt. Jack Laf- men, who understand farming; work capital: can be Interested to build the Wanted at once at the Fort Pierce 'olnclana, and &11''. Fred C. King/ tellsus .. 'It
newspaper says: "Colonel Cantlne la in-who said he did not envy them their until\ June 1st guaranteed.; t4tateage iou.e. A fine opportunity for some hotel, Fort Pierce, Fla.WantedMan. he Is making numerous bookings for f ( !

one of the truest of patriots, an American :rlp-said they had all the sport they and salary wanted. Address, Pompano good[ hotel man. For particulars address, \ suites of rooms, almost dally. '1 he well- 'i(

of the highest patriotic motives, andit needed In the way of duck shooting. Packing Co., Pompano Fla. 3t O. F. RADWSOW! Mayor, and Wife. kept; of the Polnclana are now '. c

is anticipated that his address upon Eau Gallie, Fla. grounds their glory, and the visitors J 1f .' -

this occasion will be a masterpiece. The tiarduer'g Flyers. Special Sale on Monday "eh.18t. Man to do all work around place and kited with their beautiful ;"

Colonel of course, will\ speak on George ICockledge, Indian River, help farm. Wife to cook and do laundry lIurrol\ndlJ\ .. Mr. Sterry has certainly' '

Washington and his English ancestors; FURNITURE I will\ have a special sale of Dry Goods, work. Good place for good couple. secured a line orchestra, and on Sunday I'
and it is possible that the military activlJiea Clothing and Gent Furnishing Goodson Has one "of the most attractive and Address with reference, and wages ex. evening the rotunda of the Polnclana : ;r..(.
of the 'Father" of Ills Country' in DRY GOODS, the above date. 'Do not forget It. best stocked stores along the East Coast pected. JAS. McC'OMii, JH.Pumpano >resented a brilliant\ scene. There were 44 j ";
the> Hudson Highlands,' and the part SHOES. JULIUS KLINE:, of Florida. You can find everything Fla. over400 present to listen to the sacred i 4' \.

ewburgh played therewith, may come Window Shades, cloth, on Spring Rollers Titusvllle, Fla, you need at this store. All\ kinds of fine concert by' the orchestra, under the dl- I' ;
>n for mention In the lecture. SPECIAL, 20o. groceries and western meats. rectlon of Prof. Mlgllonlco, and an excellent l'
for Hale. rendered. We
Particular attention paid to the needsof Land programme was
CHAS. A. GABDXER: Titusvllle, Fla. Launch for Sale. yachtsmen and cruising parties. noticed several changes: In the office staff I'L j

Sharpie for Sale. "" "" i i GKO. N. HATCH, Prop. Choice 5 and 10 acre lots on the Peninsular at the Polnolan this season; but Mr. f fII

For Sale. 17 foot launch with 3 b. p. Palmer Barton Ave., Kockledge.In between Waveland and bewails I \'red' C. King, one of the most (rental .
:H7-foot\ engine, very fast, and shoal draft, has a Point, fronting on both Indian and St. 'and popular chief clerks In the United]
yawl rigged sharpie, very light Lucie rivers. Also Improved places, and States still\ holds his old In the '
position .
"fait. centerboard for fishing. She Is In good ,
Just put In A 1 condition. A 100 acres of good pine land half way Your Gasoline in !
, gOOd condition throughout. Price $200.K. Engine neat, three-roorn unfurnished cottage to hotel. The clerical staff Is as follows: I
sailer. sell to also
Win
cheap. Apply Gallle and Melbourne
Eau ;
between P. YATEs rent. Apply to C. II. RACEr, Fred C. King, chief clerk; J. Frank
Order ?
Working
O. deG SCHUYLER, M. D half cleared, 4 Inch artesian to I
10 acres, lobe Sound Fla. !,may Waveland, Fla. Bruen, assistant room clerk ; I.. W. ,
Eau Oallle Fla. for $600 cash. _. t
well. At a bargain
; Maxson chief cashier; G. D. Beck, assistant -
f
If been
not
drop line.
Having
Address, J. L. Harrison, fi.l: Esplanade me a 4
cashier A. C. Coleman, head
connected Cob For Hale Clieap. ;
with Palmer Bros. Co .
Montreal, Canada, or, G. F. Paddl- For Sale. f
ave assistant
,
celebratedPalmer front clerk W. G. Thigpen,
For dale Jonn., manufacturers of the ;
Orange and PineappleLand. son, Eau Gallle, Fla. Gasoline Engine, the bust seller Tbe Flannery place, at Hanlover Canal, front clerk; J. A. FalIon, bill clerk; F. I I"'

The fine schooner yacht Eleanor 1 62 ft. on the market to-day, for live years, I 81 acres of land and a house. Fine location C. McDonoald, Mr. Sterry's private sec- t
For Sale or Exchange. long, 10 ft. beam, 20 Inch draft; cabin, 4 am prepared to do all kinds of Repair ; for a Club-house; 3.00Q( feet water- retary; T. M. Lenehen, private book- \ ;

r.ooo acres choice land suitable for berths; 2 staterooms, 3 berths; toilet I Work on Gasoline Engines. Write for front on the Lagoon, also fronting on keeper: ; A. 8. Brush Havtl1 assistant book "' J J

Radian pineapple and oranges on the 23 ft. launch, 0 ft. beam, 6 h. p. gas room; "galley, stove and dishes; head Catalogue of the best engine on the the Canal. Excellent fishing and hunt- keeper; U. G. night clerk; J. 1,
St. Lucia Rivers; will sell as engine In first-clans running order; cost room 6 ft.2In. She Is In one condition.Can market and. get full particulars' from ng. Also 10 acres of fine hammock landat Shehan, mall olerk; Fred Hunter, assist :I

a '''hanland, divide; a bargain. $(SOO; make cash offer, or what have you be seen here at Tltusville. Address, E. P. Jones' : Shiloh. Apply to ant mall olerk:i'at O. T. Conklin, assistant t

BCCKJC-JT, to exchange: for a good! lannchb Address Titusvllle. Marine Railway Titnsville, Klvervlew Hotel, F. J. WEBB, bookkeeper. Mullane ably fills the f.\

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., Opaao Rev. Carlisle P. JB. Martin. DO YOU GET UP -

KITCHEN POINTERS. cures a cold In 21 hours Relieves neuralgia Waverly, Texas, writes: Of a mornIng -

rheumatism, bronchitis and head- when first rising, I often find a WITH A LAME BACK
HOOT to K...!> Thin 1'nrt of tile Howe' ache. Comforting and curative swift,, troublesome collection of phlegm which .
THE SOUTH AND Ti1 iu GOOd Order sure and safe. The best of all cold remedies produces a cough small is very bard to
] but a quantity ofonce Dat.lard' Kidney: Trouble Makes You
Spotless 83 wen us dustless should] be because the most efficient. Opaaois dislodge; Miserable
the room in n-Iilcli the took reigns su a small chocolate coated tablet, and Is Uorhound Syrup will at dislodge -
it and the trouble is over. I Almost everybody who reads the
.
American. sold at 25cts a box. Red Cross Pharmacy new
UJecw: York
promo, nays know of no medicine that is equal to It, papers Is sure to know of the won. ,'
It can be kept 111 this condition without Is to take. 1 can most cures made; "t "
THE NEGRO PROBLEM and It so pleasant I"" by Cr
the ruling; Benlua being a drudge. In VIRGINIA FARMING.The cordially recommend It to all persons I Kilmer's Sv.amp- 'I,
well ordered households it is the true needing a medicine for throat or lung the great kidney ?, '
index to the character and condition ot Great Variety of Crop* EwaltGrown troubles." Price 25c, COc, $1.00 bottleat li and bladder remedv ?

the rooms "above stairs" and Marketed. Red Cross Pharmacy; Titusville. 4.' It is the great m':i\\-
By WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Upon every kitchen floor should be Fifty years ago Virginia was one of cal triumph of the t, le-

an oilcloth. Nothing/ U more labor gar the leading wheat growing states. The Colorado ttlm. S mee. 1 O teenth century, dS.|

0 Ing. E: .en at tile present day there are portions Among the finest of the conifers In 1 covered scientific after year", jf f

Skimmed uillk gives a new look to of the state whore wheat Is raised color la the Colorado blue spruce also hif Dr. Kilmer research, the by

nETHER or not a state should adopt a suffrage qual old and faded oilcloth, and a bath ot successfully pl'otitablylnd quite known as Parry's blue spruce. In Its eni-!
.
this now and then In an excellent thing. natural environment thriving In any; _:
specialist,
ification aimed at the black race is a question which extensively.: In eastern Virginia right and IS
To clean greasy dishes and pots and moist, well drained !!soil exceedingly wonderfully successful in promptly
'1 must bo decided UPON THE FACTS IN THE pant a teaspoonful of kerosene should In the trucking section we bave one of beautiful and attractive It would be lame back Kidney bladder uric acid curing IroU-

be placed In a small panful of luke- wall who mines annually 200 acres hard indeed to find an ornament that bles and Bright's Disease,which Is the worst
i-w: CASE, and no person whose judgment is worth con wheat and the most interesting fact form of trouble.Dr. .
warm water. The utensils should then i would surpass or equal It. The blue kidney
In connection therewith is that bo Kilmer Swamp-Root
sidering would announce a decision, without knowing be thoroughly scalded. spruce! fit maturity; reaches a height elf s Is not recommended
raises It practically In the Dismal for everything but if you have
tho facts. The race question docs not present itselfto 1 Old pots and pans can be well swamp the land upon which ho grows 100 feet. Is very tall In proportion tIts ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found kid
cleansed by boiling a few ounces of circumference and Is splrellke la the
the people of the north as it does to the people of the south. The washing soda in them. of it being that only a few years, be ago himself a portion having shape "with very .short branches./ The lust many remedy ways you In need.hospital I 11 work has been In private tested

colored population of the north is small when compared to the white Finely sifted cool ashes and a coarse reclaimed great swamp it. I secured a photo foliage bus u beautiful bluish tint. practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase -
cloth are the best means of scouring which gives tine tree Its name. Thl relief and has proved so successful In
Iloition and therefore WHITE SUPREMACY IS NEVER graph In June of saute of his wheat
p kettles and Ironware. fine coloring is especially; noticeable in every case that a special arrangement has
YEN jm AOED. Very few colored men hold elective offices in the New tin dishes are apt to give a disagreeable then in the shock and the crop wouldbe young apet-imena. and In these It I 18 been made by which all readers of this paper
taste to everything placed !in a credit to any; western wheat grow. i apt to be somewhat variable. In older who have not already tried it, may have a
north, although the colored votes help to elect ,a groat many office- them unless wuter and ammonia are ing section, promising a yield of twen trees the foliage assumes a deeper sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book

;:* holders. Negroes do not hold offices even in the north in proportionto first boiled in them. ty-five to thirty bushels to the the Virginia acre. green and a ]less variable cast. The find telling out more if you about have Swamp-Root kidney or bladder and trouble.how to
But null I doubt If it
Every few days the coffeepot shouldbe pays bark Is thin except at the base ot When mention
their Even where colored holds office in writing residing this
voting strength. a man farmer to grow wheat. Our soil, climate generous
thoroughly cleaned by rubbing salt tbe tree and of a brownish color. The offer in this and
d tho north it ia.a colored who has commended himself to the tbe coffee and near proximity:; to the great : paper
man on the Inside, This will remove twigs vary from brown to yellow, de send your address to

white people of the community because IN NO INSTANCE IS and egg: that adhere to tbe pot. This; markets the Norfolk section being pending on tbelr age. The cones are Dr. Kllmer&Co.BingIiH
should be well rinsed after the salt la within very cheap and easy touch with about three Inches ]long and half as hamton, N. Y. The """

i1 THERE A COLORED :MAJORITY IN ANY CONSIDER- used. fully 10.000.000 consumers enable our wide, cylindric In shape and light yel- regular fifty cent and Romeof swamp-Root

''ABLE TERRITORY IN THE NORTH. Nothing makes tins look as though farmers to grow a great variety of low In color. The wood is of value for dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists."IflndThedford'iBlackDrought .

Just from the tin shop with as little crops which the west, east and nortb lumber and paper. It seems not a difficult .
Unless all in favor of civilization are without foundation cannot ,
arguments effort as whiting does.If grow tree to transplant. Its greatest

the superior race, if'dominant, would be :MORE CONSIDERATE lard is rubbed over every part of a If we can successfully and profitably defect Is that with old age it becomes rLIVERmOURLES
new tin it will remain bright and free grow all the early and late,fruits and ragged and unkempt showing all the
TOWARD THE INFERIOR RACE than the inferiorrace
and find market
from rust for an Indefinite time. vegetables a ready marks of old age.

: would, if dominant, be toward the superior race. A superiorrace To keep the nickel] on the stove bright therefor among tbe 10,000,000 consumers
make a thin paste of ammonia and baking at our very doors we should be con
when dealing with an inferior one is restrained first by its conscience
'
soda and rub It with a woolen tent to let !some! other section: grow the

and, second, by its view of its own interests, and it is only cloth.A wheat. Yet we really think that our *
section should raise the oats and ArOOd medicine for liver
little salt dissolved' ] In buttermilkwill bay disease.
fair to that the will bo to the It cared '
assume superior race more responsive my on after ha had spent
quickly; brighten copper after It Is corn consumed here; also the beet;pork $100 with doctor. It se all the med.
dictates of conscience and will take a broader view of iti' own interests applied. and mutton, the butter,cheese and lard. Seine. I take."-MB8. CAHOHNB
MARTIN P.rk.r.burg, W. Va.
mixed with the stove pol- But we should not aspire to compete
Turpentine
than an inferior race will. To make tho application the '
If liver does not act
with Illinois In corn with Minnesota in your regularly
ish gives an added luster to the stove.
white peoplo1o'f.' the south, if in control, WILL BE MORE APT Soot may be removed from the chimney wheat or with Texas in cotton. We ] go to your :imagist andwxiure
( of Thedford'i
a package
TO DEAL JUSTLY; WITH THE BLACKS than the blacks by burning a piece of zinc In the should however make a specialty of Block-Draught and take a dose
the crops for which nature has so nice-
would be if,"in control to deal justly with the \vhitod. And the stove. tonight. This
To avoid unpleasant odors from the ly fitted our state and lection. medicine freea tbe constipate

whites, if in control, will be more amenable to public opinion and sink keep a ;alon: of tauter !In which a We can raise forty different crops bowels stirs up the torpid
pound of coppxrus(; ban been boiled on here any one of which pays aa well as and causes a healthy secretion
will take view of their interests THAN
a more comprehensive own of bile.Thedford's.
or better than wheat, and the
band and at intervals clean with th18.lrvlng"s expenseof
THE BLACKS WOULD IF IN THE SAME POSITION. tbe machinery necessary to use in Black Draughtwill
cleanse tbe bowela of
M Itucliu Wafers growing the forty:; crops Is much less and strengthen the kidney impurities -

than Is required for growing the one .. A liver
urine backache rheumatism torpid invites
cure scalding -
The Influence of the {Church} In Politics nervousness, loss of sleep] ;;sediment crop-wheat.-Cor. Country Gentleman. fever cds and biliousness all\ manner, chills of sick-and,

In the urine ronal calculi] diabetes and
Prevention of Ear* Batlnsi. need and contapion.: Weak kid-

By H.NORA: M. BABCOCK. Woman Suffragist all kidney troubles, Including Bright's The quickest cure for the habit of neys result in Dright's disease
disease. They are purely a vegetable] egg entlng in fowl Is decapitation for which claims aa many; victims
compound and acts directly on the weak. the table but oftentimes fowl Is too Miss Gannon Detroit as consumption. A 25-cent
N a recent sermon P ev: \V. J. Cady of Stamford, Conn., ed tissues and blood vessels of tbe kidney a Sec'y package of Thedford'i Black-
ended talk local conditions and urinary organs. Sold SOcta() a valuable] for this treatment and It maybe Amateur Art Association, tells Draught should always be kept
a vigorous on by saying: worth while to prepare a nest like in the house.
box by ned Cross Pharmacy.
""''' the one shown In the Illustration. The young women what to do to
"I ask to throng the primaries for the "I
you purpose naed Thedford'i Black-
bottom of the nest Is In two parts. The avoid pain and suffering caused Draught for liver and kidney oom-
of demanding the }nomination: of tho cleanest, purest pl.low and found nothinir' to excel
: by female troubles. ,"
WILLIAM COFFMlN
<< Mar-
and Lest type of American manhood that can be found. blohoad. 111.
r 4 HolidayExposures DEAR UBS. PncKBAM-I
can conscientiously
If we fail to do this, then our nation will die." recommend Lydia E.1'lnkham'B THEBFOKD'SPneumonia

t Do not :Mr. Cady and all other ministers who are making similar Vegetable Compoundto
those of my sisters i suffering with
appeals to their congregations realize that they are made to a class female weakness and the troubles -
which BO often befall women. I suffered 6lACDRAU[
of people THE GREAT MAJORITY OF: WHOM HAVE NO for months with general weakness

I RIGHT TO GO TO THE PRIMARIES or no to influence and felt so weary that I had hard
power Brings on Coughs, Colds work to keep up. I had shooting pains
the nomination or election of candidate and was miserable. In distress
t any utterly my
Grippe and other trouble'sthat Nl r TO PHKVK.Vr: EATING KOOS.

Tho church census shows that only one-fourth of tIle attendance can only be promptly larger piece slant to the roar just 1'Jnkham's! I was advised Vegetable to use Lydia Compound Em- tlT

i is of the :MASCULINE gender; the three-fourths have no influencein In enough to cause an egg to roll dowu'il.A and it was a. red letter day to
nipped the bud by using glass' test egg Is made fast to the me when I took the first dose, for atthn.t ,
the election. ILow much more! sensible it would .ho if these min lower piece to Induce the hen to lay on time my restoration began. In ---

I isters would appeal to tho WOMEN in their demand Tropical the bare nest When the hen has laid six weeks I was a. changed woman,
congregations to
the egg mid turned around to peck it perfectly well'in every respect. I felt
tho ballot which would give them the right "to throng the primaries she Is much astonished to see It roll out GO elated and happy that I want all" LA GRIPPE
women who suffer to get well as I did.
for the purpose of demanding tho nomination of the cleanest, ine-Apple of sight.\ -Cor. Orange Judd Farmer. -Alias GtntA OANNOM, 350 Jones St.,

nnd best American manhood Detroit Mich., Secretary Amateur Art
purest typo that can bo found. nest Liniment on Earth.
f Association.jISOOOforftlt II orIgInal o/boN follows La Grippe
_ IF THE CHURCH EVER HOPES TO INFLUENCE ELECTIONS, Tar and Wine Henry t,. Baldwin, rtupt. City WaterWorks Ittttr proving gtnulnntu cannot o*produced. but never follows 'Iha tvee.,of
bhullsburg Wis., writes: "'! ,
I When one considers that MissGannon's
IT MUST
SECURE THE ENFRANCHISEMENT OF WOMEN. have tried many kinds of liniment but 9 .Hg:
letter Is only one of the toi i Y
-- The Great Florida Rem have never received much benefit until Ii countless hundreds which we F'OlEv', ,
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used Itallard's\ Snow Liniment for
Simple CohLs. Itaano.I.g Duller IHfllrultlr>. edy, backed by more thana and pains. 1 think It tho rheumatism best are continually publishing in the news- JAaBILTarIt ; 1;
of .
Cease to be simple, It at all prolon ol1. Or. till 11111"1''''. former coimul to Itusc- million dollars of Florida liniment on earth." 25e! 5o() and $1.00 papers Mrs. Pinkham'a this country. medicine the great must virtueof be 1'1.' hn! I,
p The safest way la to put' them 'aside at d:?d. related with much gusto un ailvcuttiro capital. Look at the bottle at lied Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvtile. admitted by all. stops the Cough aadj,:>...,a.ls the lung

tho very beginning, Milliard's Horehound l that befell. him In a Moluitnuiodau names of the gentlemenwho ,. Prevents Pneumonia ald1Vldumptlon.Ib ; .
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Syrup stops a cold and removes tho cause : barvui In angled.. One of the -- -- -- -- --- -- --- -------- .
compose this com- Q. VACHBB, of Iii Otcood/ St., Chicago" ,
of colds. 23c: 50o aDd $1.00 bottlo at wives of a rich merchant fell sick and wife bad lagrlpp.isaditleft bee
Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. pany and see If this Is write "My
Dr. Sundbpr was called In to prescribe with a vary bad cough on>:ner land which
not sufficient
for lit-r. With u pardonable scientific a guaranteeof Foul's UowBt Lao TAB oared oompletol/."

"' SECRETS OF SUCCESS.Push Interest the western physician waited. merit. 'Notice. Red Cross Pharmacy.Foley's .

Enter a black KUimytmck. > It Is the pa WM. S. JORDAN PKICS.!: Banker and
raid the button. tient. The doctor would like to feel her Capitalist.
I Honey and Tar
Never be led mild the pencil. pulse. A white band IK slipped through CIIAS. Br U&I. VICt!:-]>ICE8., Wholesale]
I Take pains said tbi window an opening.I Umxl. And per tongue Merchant. for chlldrea.safe.sure. No opiates.

Alwnys keep cool, mill the Ice. ImrKiHAlhlet No man save her huNbund
J. J. WILLIAMS, 2o VIcz-PRES., Commercial
De may see the face of a woman and live CO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
np to date mild the calendar. Salesman.B. .

4'' Do buslm-sH" on tick mild the clock. or unveil, more her nrcurately.face to any no; man woman save may ber W. SPERRY, TREASURER, Prop. To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and
Never lONe bend Bald tho barrel.
your husband Duval Hotel.
and live. Ills professional Interest
Never do anything offhand said the ufoivaald deeply aroumtl. the diplomatic TIIOS. A. DAVIS:: SKC'X AND :MOB., Tomatoes : 1

Clove doctor llUIl ts. The difficulty. Publisher.D. .

Doing driving bimluosa. said the at length solved by the eunuch in chief, n. MCMILLAN, Vice-Pres. Consolidated Before purchase for
hammer. you Paper
Though: the wotuuu may uot lawfully Naval Stores Co. your TRADE MARKS

rr lie sharp In all your dealings. said unveil herself, the doctor underlie circumstances W. C. VEISER. Pros. The Metto Co. DESIGN
4 the knife. perhaps be allowedto COPYRIGHTS Ac.
might
r Trust to your stars for success, said crawl In under the gunnysack and so }:. E.Manufacturer WEST, Capitalist and :Lumber wrapping, it will pay you to ,write us for qnloklr Anyone unwtaln lending our a iketrh opinion and free deeertptton whether m an.?

the night. examine the telltale tongue. "Delight Invention ..probably patentahlA. ComfnaalcA-

Spend much time In reflection laid ed.' I'm sure" says tbe doctor and does L. A. FRALEIOH, Cashier Bank: of lent tlnesatrletl free. ..r.'tdaDtC. (or HANDBOOKo MouMnalPatenM.Patenta PatonU.
..
and taken tbronah Mann A fro,reoelrpxtaJ
We
Madison. samples prices. furnish
the mirror. so. Then after tho'most thorough diagnosis can you notice, without charge,la tbe

Make much of small things, said the : Imaginable be prescribes, as did T. C. SMITU, Asa't. Cashier Bank of Scientific lmerican.Absnd.om.lytllnstr.tedweekly.

microscope. Abernethy before him "A little sun Madison. .
different grades and different I,..r. .t ctreulatlon
and air! colors.
t Strive to uak6 a good impression A. II. WEST. Capitalist and Real Estate of any adentldo journal. 'l'ern..13 S
aid the seal. i Dealer. earl freer month.,41. Bold bTallnew,d alera,
i State of Ohio, City of Toleda, ) liS iJNN & CEraneb. New York
Find a good thing and stick to It. Lucas GEO. T. HODOaOX, GeneralJSouthern ; r '
County. )
7 I Money saved in buying is Otrtoe.IBS BU Waablnvtoo.DoWORMS C.
said the jluo. Frank J. Cheney m"Ve'O oath that heir Agent: V. Y. Life In*. Co. .

Turn all thing to :your advantage the senior partner of the tlrm of F. J. D. P. SMITH Tax Collector Vntnsla Co.

aid the lathe. i. Cheney & Co., doing business In the city H. II. McCREART, Editor Gainesville

!links the mo'Ot of your frond point. of Toledo County land Brats aforesaid, Daily Sun.D. 1\IONI: Y I1C-ti1E: !
nod that said firm will pay the sum of .
Said .
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tu. t J ". 1 MINI" ."1.\,.. One Hundred Dollars for each and every E. THOMPSON General Manager St.

----- cane of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Augustine Dally Record. .:' _IWoat In Quantity. Beet la Quality.iCreamVermifuge '.
i Irviiig't liucliu Wafer the use of Hall's Catarrh Care. WM. J. BRYAN,County Solicitor Duval \
FRANK J. CIIKXKY. 'V'a' Txr'S:
P are a true for all County. Write
remedy kidney diiieaaos
Sworn to before me and subscribed in l1SUnited
w from its most simple form-pain In the my presence, this Oth day of December, VTM. A. EVANS. !
back, to its worst and very dangerous A. D. 188U. A. W. GLKASO r, Try a bottle and If not
onditlon-Bright'* Dlneano." We mean (Seal.) Votary; Public. pleased write the com Pea no TEAS/
It when we say they will cure you, andwe Hall's. Catarrh Cure is taken Internally pany or any one of the
c would not say It If we had not confltnce and acts directly on the blood and mucous above gentlemen and get Paper Co. Has Led all! WORM. Remedies.LYERY .
( In them which I is Ibo '
direct renal 'I surfaces of the lIyst m. Send for your money back. Made BOTTLE CUAKANTKEO.
l roar knowledge of their cures In cases testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., only by Trop. Mfg. Co.. SOLO I.V ALL DRUGGISTS.JAME3 .
tint seemed utmost' hopelens. Sold at I Toledo., O. Sold by druggists, 75 ts.Hall's and sold by Red Cross s
03ou a box bjr lied .Pharmacy Family\: ] Till are the best. Southern Office n.r.u..r'
Pharmacy. Atlanta Ga. S*. BUH.LARD. -_!'!'T. LOt1I
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professional Cards. Dislocated Her Shoulder. 1

Falls Mrs., Minn Johanna fell Soderholm, of Fergus CEMENT STONES. THE AX of becomes tonlthest dulled steel :FC>:ft S.A..LE. : ;i

SKO.. M. BOBBINS, sod dislocated her Lay farmer Can Make and U.co Then by constant use and must have ;
a new
lioulder.In She had a surgeon pet it back For firming ; I..p...... edge if it is to do good work. Constant _. __ n. ___ \ ,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR quite place: as and soon IM possible, but it was Comparatively inexpensive machines work dulls a man an. it does all ax, makes. I 'I

AT-LAW. Her son sore mentioned pained that her be very bad much seen have been produced which, when used him sluggish of body and dull of nund. Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 j (
He needs tonic:
a __ ____
Chamberlain's lala Balm advertised for by; even thtt ordinary; laborer can produce 1

Vflll practice in State and United States sprains and soreness, and she asked him cement stone of varying,; Sixes at restore something the keenness that will I Acres of Land.
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Court. to buy her a bottle of It, which he did. a cost of 13 to DO per cent l leas than of mind and activityof ( ,

It quickly relieved her and enabled her kiln run brick and lu, the east at the body. ,
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. to sleep which, she had not done for Several same cost as lumber. Dr.:Fierce Golden I I

days The son was so much pleased The atone can be mode to resemblecut Medical Discovery i y "

D.L.. OAULDKN, has with since the relief it gave his mother that he stone, thus giving an added beautyto puts new life into | Y I, '

recommended It to many otheis. weak,wurlioOut, run-
the building. Three hundred pound top
IATTORNEYATLAW For sale by all druggists and medicine down men and
dealers. of cement and one ;yard of gravel will
women. It j
Will praotloe in all the Courts of the State) make about thirty-seven stones 8 by 10 the weak strengthens stomach .-

ot Florida,and the United States Courts. N.T.. and Note. by 20 at a cost of 10 cents each $33.70, purifies the 1 !

I L O Box.239. TITUSVILLE, FLA. The Imports of raw silk In the lat even estimating your labor at $1.50 per blood and effectively ,

fiscal your wer the largest In the hls< day, which will take the place of MM stimulates the t. ,

J. WEBB, tory of the government brick at a cost of $8 per thousand, liver. The whole

j 1-4'. Potato storage requires! a uniform $i54O. Any farmer can make them. It body is built up with '

and cool costs less to lay these stqnea than It sound, solid flesh by ,
ATTOUNET-AT-LAW temperature, with neither too
much nor too little moisture.A does brick or stone. The Inside of the the use of "Golden I i4 i 4:. a YwNrAt .b>tr e''4 y1 a Ait; 1" a'G F t

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th wall cnn be plastered wltb a thin coat Medical Discovery" ,
"railroad gardener" is said to
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand com- "I waa con ftnrd to my .
wand n salary all the from ILoO of cement, thus making the wall and bed for four months
$
rents and accounts collected. way 1 WFt 1 1F't 1a
to $:>,000) a year. floor one unit. It therefore must be absolutely r.J.nu..y commenced tat to, lake Cog, rand ;t tf tilt tl Jll.t c
.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Ion(>y In bananas" in Central America air tight. your medicine JanuaryX4h. r Y
Cement stones do not decay, will endure iSuo," writes Mrs 1 ,!. sal
Is tho report of a western man whois Mule i. Sheppard, of # ,d1 1
PENNEY, for generations, Impervious to 1F 1 I .
are Peplarblurf Mo I '
AD. largely Interested in plantationsthere.
moisture, are cheaper than any other junk Picm-a eight Goldrn bottles of Medical Dr. t

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, building material save lumber and Diacowry, four of
Jj. W. LI ?hty. a dairy authority has 'Favorite Prescription
taking Into consideration their enduring
TiTcraviLLE FLORIDA.Will found' rye silage unsatisfactory two stab. of *PleauntPvllclm tI'':
qualities, are even cheaper than ,' a." one bottle
practice In all the courts of the 7th and moldy. lumber and can be made by any ordi- .f Doctor Pierce. Compound !I'

Judicial Circuit. The improvement of the soil shouldbe nary farm laborer. The building does Extract aa a oSe.rtWeed Unlmtnl.obatinde-. Located at SAUNO. three quatera ot a mil south of EAU OALIIK, FLORIDA t +

one of the chief alms of every not require painting, which la a saving Indigestion on the Eau Oallle River, loss than half a mile from the Indian River, and two f.
and of liver I
coaxtipatlon hardening the was
farmer.TO my
A. FROST, In original construction and mainte trouble I .. at thU time able to do almoat any and a half miles from the Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south of I

G nance. The use of cement stone for kind eJr aoiut work Thank Your medicine saved m.from .. facksonvllle, on tho Florida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining I
CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY my gran to you for the be.eflt.sly t
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, building purposes is no experiment as eaae was bopeleu when I began taking your the property. Hulltllngs erected tn HmO, and some of them have never
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. medicine,*
Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th All druggists refund the money If It falls many large factories, power houses, been occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their completion1. Ii )
Don't be fooled into
told storage plants and residences bave trading a subteaee -
Judicial Circuit. to cure. E. W. Grove's signature ia on for a shadow. Any substitute The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and .
been erected of cement stone. The daI-
each box. 25ots. has not been used slnco. AH the buildings erected In the substantial t
TrruflviLLK, F ORmA.. ry building at the Toronto Industrial offered aa "just as !good" aa "Golden were most
A Modern In.tanee. exposition. Toronto is constructed of Mediawl Discovery," is a shadow of 'that manner and are now la excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are completely +

A. MORGAN, "In some circles of ancient magnificence Portland cement stone and U highly claim medicine.made There for the are"cure Discovery behind," which every I furnished, and very little of the furniture has over been used. There are two '

FREDERICK ." sold the pedantic person. "It recommended by the Canadian com ax> "just aa good medicine can show artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected, with sewer eto. I

Abstracts of Title. was customary to have a skeleton at missioner of agriculture. So nays a Biliousness is cured! by the use of Dr. The property coat the original owner .'SOOIl) and will be sold at a sacrifice1 .e

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, the feast" Rural New Yorker writer, who gives Pierce'. Pleasant Pelleta.1t'.url.l. The above cut fairly represents", the property.

"We follow that custom at our further Information as follows: For particulars apply to or address t I
Loans, Notary Public. house," answered Mr. Meekton. "We The composition Is usually six part of the App).. t
EZRA F. HATCH D. I., OAUI.DKN Wsi. A. WAUNOCK
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. have a turkey one meal and the skele- and and one part cement. Secure The IU\lh\in\ apple| | has ainoniinient. 11I11111MtIIU ,

ton for the next four."-Exchange, good, sharp gravel which contains a a fact i,,'rluiw[ not gent'rul- Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
TITUSVILLE, FLA. known and bronze tnblet. Eau Oallle Florida. Titusvllle Fla.
small amount of sand. Do not screen. ly recently a Jamaica, N, T i s
was crotttHi the In the town of
on spot
Croup.The Do not use sand or gravel that baa any
0, A. FROST. WADE H. JONES. Cumlllm, N. V,, where grew the orlgl- --
peculiar cough which indicates surface dirt, bardpan or clay or any nal tree of the Primate a new famous IF YOU WANT A. t
FROST & JONES, croup, is usually well known to mothers particles of decayed wood or other foreign apple of the stnto. The Inscription Is .. t
of croupy children. No time should be substance. For an economical .

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lost In the treatment of it, and for this foundation wall the byproducts of a as follows:

purpose no medicine has received more stone quarry or even cinders or refus
='oanll"and Collections. universal approval than Chamberlain's On this farm Calvlfi D. BIngham .Building1 Lot t ; ;
from mines may be used. This means)
TrrusviLLB FLORIDA Cough Remedy. Do not waste valuable about 1840 produced the marvelousPRIMATk .. ,
a source of revenue where before the APPLE
time in experimenting with untried rem
edies, no matter how highly they may disposal of this waste was an expense. Named by Charles P. Cowlea. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
t
0. A. WORLEY. R. II. SEYMOUR. be recommended, but Rive; this medicine Place sixty shovelfuls of sand and I
gravel a platform, spreading It God's earth I. full of love to man. LAND FOB AN ORANGE GROVE i iI
TTirORLEY & SEYMOUR as directed and all symptoms of croup upon ,
will quickly disappear. For sale by all out three or four Inches thick, and I PINKAPI'LK PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
druggists and medicine dealers. then spread over It 100 pounds of Portland j
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Opnnc We have for sale what '
cement. Mix thoroughly I by shoveling probably just you are seeking ,

Do a general practice In State and Fed THE CIRCUIT COURT Iff AND FOR i to the center, making a ridge sixor cures a cold In 31 hours. A modern Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
eral Courts. Special attention givento IN Brevard County, Florldt. remedy for la grippe, influenza, coughs; ,
seven feet long and two feet wide.
admiralty practice. In Chancery, colds, bronchitis, sore throat, neuralgia looking this way, drop a line to j

FBISSELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA. Alfred-C.VBAI Heckle.- 1 I rheumatism. Purely vegetable,easy JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rt Vlce.Pr.,ldent,
ford White and his. IV Bill toast aside Deed 'a+ and pleasant to take and never falls to
wife, Catherine Maud I and Mortgage st !RIve quick relief. Opaao is small chocolate FLORIDA' EAST COAST R'Y
STEPHEN, E. FOSTER, White, et al.Notice. ) coated tablet, and Is sold at :25ota! a ,

to Non.R alelent.To bozo Red Cross Pharmacy. ST. AUGUSTINE FLAP
ATTORNEY.A T.LA W,: Alford W. White and wife, Catherine Maud I 11';
White and ____ __ __ ____. __ :_ "
n* <> ,
Djal-Upchurch Building Jax.: :
You nre hereby requlrecl to appear to the Rill It Is
related that shortly after Kuncl- "
of tiled herein In the
Complaint yon
JACKSONVILLE! FLA. above entitled rinse on or bore the let day of man, the well known writer on seafarers Olllell\l SUI.ly Doulle of The Il11nola Flabermen'a Association. I t

February, A. I D. 1NM and smugglers, and poachers had
The EAST COAST ADVOOATR Is hereby dvsliznared :
8. BURNHAM, M. D. as the newspaper 'In which this order shall bitterly fatten out with W. II Henleyhe The Chicago Net and Twine Co. 1 1Manufacturera i
1 week for ounsooutlTe
eight
tie
V. weeks.published once a lay dying! In London. To Henley In

SURGEON .and SPECIALIST, WitneHS my band and seal of office this 3rd Edinburgh lamp and III. came an In of- f'
clay of Docember, A. D, 191)9.CL. .
direct
that
Ear, Nose and Throat. ( Ct.Seal) A. A. STEWART, xaf f message Hunclman believed
Clerk Circuit Court.D. that if Henley could come and look on F &tk A ; u ,
WEST PALM BEACH I Oauldan,Complainant Attorney. IWJy r
FLORIDA. him he would 1 get well. It was a dyeing l

--.. ... runn's whimsy but Henley took I Ip
.:J.BUILDING. wy 0c ,
DR. HOUaHTOVS Notice of First Meeting of Cred the train from Edinburgh and arrived) 1 = .n .R

itors. STONES OP OBVENT. In London to find his ('
FLOATING Rake It down and shovel it aa before, .
DENTAL APARTMENTS
In the l>l trlct Conrt of the Unltnd States for. anti by Imndllng It two or throe times If Unwell. t' ,
on the "Deatos," the Southern DistrIct of Florida. In Bank.ruptey. it will be well mixed. It it does not '
50o bottle f ftoo
Try a of Ilorl.lne[ notice the
Now DAYTONA. In t..o matter of John A. C. Mason, llnnkrupt. show a good even color give it another Improvement speedily effected In =

AT To the Creditors of John A. C. Mason, of TI. turn, for much depends upon gettingthe appetite, energy, strength and vigor.your HSHING: NETS and Netting of Every DeicrlptlonoPeaWftlln S
tnsville. In the County lirevard and State of
Florida.bankrupt1- cement evenly distributed. Hollow Watch how it brighten! the spirits, !gives ) Seine wine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Ktc.Orlorlnatoraof : tIi I
P E. BUCK, Notice IK hereby (liven that on the 181 h day of out the top and put on water enough to I freedom from Indigestion and debility 1 Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen u I

January was. duly' A.adjudicated 1 IX, IU04 the bankrupt(laid John; and A" C.that Mason the moisten it thoroughly. Then shovel us Isaac Htory, Ava, Mo., write, Wept 79-81-M; IC. Indiana. Chicago! 111. .

Stockton & Budd Building, Main St., first. meeting of liU creditors will{he held at the before. It should have water enoughto 10th, 1900. "I wits In bud health, I had ,.Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... ;i
of the Clerk of said Court In the City stomach trouble .
office | for 12: months, also '
Jacksonville. Rooms 15, 16, 17. of.Jacksonville, Dnral tonnJl4; Florida, on the give it the appearance of freshly chills. Dr. J. W. Mory prescribed Her- W> am Members of the Illinois i Fishermen's;' Aa lIclatic'n. u J .
Kith of February I A. 10 o'clofk. In :
day dug earth. The mixture la now ready I
:DENTIST. the forenoon, at wninh time th8aa 1 creditors tune, It cured me In two weeks. I cannot J : 1
may attend, prove their claims appoint a trustee for the cement stone machine. There recommend It too highly, It will d.) ----- -- --- -..--- .' '
Crown and Bridge Work, examine the bankrupt and transact siiLli are several machines upon the market nil you claim for It." Sold by Red Cross /
other business us may properly come before OE3: .A S. L V M dZ C C J"N "J',
Porcelain Inlays, said meeting January tilth HUMOKOIUJB, covered by different patents, operatedby Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. ., :

High-class/ Plate woik.Kidney Referee M.In POWELL llankruptcy., various devices, some molds whichare All That Wo Luekimar.He acv A 8io w. nay Bt.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. ;'

ham tamped and others by pressure had been away on a business trip I d'

Poley's Cure making the blocks either hollowor for quite a long time and bud brought i kt F i
for Tax Deed.
Application .
solid. The hollow blocks iu.e' advocated
makes his wife a handsome fan upon bis re- 4
kidneys and bladder ght
r
Under Boo.8, Chap. 4HHB, Laws of Florida. for the ventilation throughoutthe turn. FULL FUU.EXPRCSS .

"\\7-AVrKD-A TRUSTWORTHY ENTLK- 18 HKRKIIT: CIIVJoS that UROfJUVI entire wall making It warmer In "You'ro Just perfectly lovely, Fred," ;
} \ man, or lady In each county to manatee NOTICE: purolnwerofTax t ertlHuatcs winter and cooler in summer and reducing she said. "It's) the daintiest and most : .ta
businesafor an old e.tablished house[ No. MIN and 4("li, dated the 4th day of .I July !
Solid' financial Btamlinx. A straight, bona flue A. D. loan! has sled said certificates In my office, the cost of manufacture. beautiful fun I ever saw."
woukly salary of CIS.00 paid by chuck each Monfla and has made applioatinn: for; tax dead to Issue Home face the stone with a mixture "I'm glad you like It," be returned : [XPRESS t
? with all direct from heailnnartcra.nuney lu, accordance with law. Halt certificates emnbraceetltelollowingdeserlbedpmwrty -
advanced expenae for expeneea. bnolowe!; ad- ,. situated of two parts sand and one part cement with evident gratification. PAID PREPAID

.dre wed envelop lIanag, 300 Caxton Bldg.\ In lirevard county, 'lnrl"a.l. t -wlt: PurtlxitS thus making an extra strong concrete, "How could I help liking anytblng no -
...,Icaorp. lien lined book O, page 5119( Bectlon :2* Township $ 'I vMI
24 8, Range ;M E. fart Ix>tS, bounnel{ N by Den greatly Adding to the beauty and In pretty?" she asked and then she added P $$32 1 a, ,
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The Most Com- tan and 30 S E by. The Knlluin said, Huorlnu land, lwingaa.esedatthe 2$.Township 24 8llange creasing'the Imperviousness' to mois. with n sigh "I only wish I could carry 2d d r
Largest and
data of the Ixxuanra of nur-h certificate In the ture. Samples of the stone aro shown It some time."

elate Establishment South. said name. certificate of II, T. Denton KhaliIm and r..W.il'.etned.1. Mender.. according Ifnlwis t<, In the cut. The stones are removed "Why fim't you?" be demanded. Qr 4 J.I

law. tax deed will lanne. thereon on the 2lnol: day from the machines upon wooden pellets "No gown: to go with It." sh' answered . ,
CEO of February.A. l>.I'HHWitness and placed In the' shade and out
S HACKER & SON pioniptly. "There ollllh to bf' n
and seal this the
21"t day of my January olllclallllgnatu1'8, A, U. Jill,.. of the wind and allowed to cure. Each "gown to watch or at tenet one tint I I Doz. 50 tI t k"
[<:'t. Ct: fal) A. A. HTEWART.I I they given all the water they it
day are wouldn't loo't! "shabby 'lx>,Mldc It It" ; G'' ; .: '
Clerk Circuit Court of lire yard County, Fla. .. (
IIj o. A. tewart, 1) C. will hold. This It continued for ten or She {cot the gown, I lie klcl."d him I I DfUVlRfO I :

fifteen days when they are ready for self for two days and ver t tbr>r 'iift tOf? I/ tS :)

I Notice to Creditors. use. Icy various pigments they resemble 'bought funs to in.inU! what slit ,nlrfmlhud. : \ : ;

brown and other stone. .-New VorU Tim:''*. $ 1229 .

f .. .
ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES, DHTRIHUUMHI -- +r I
v vr TO and all persons. liavloR' claims or demand The Barde of tfcv Tr*.. California 1'riine Wafers
tea. *against the Estate!: of Albertine K.Forstvr. Agents for the I'alunt t r.,wiiin Co. I ,
Unfortunately a tree on a farm la often -

You are. deceased hereby notified t to present your claims a convenient place for tying horses. troubles Cure liver; they diseases act gently and l all but stomach surely ..- --- __ _ __ ,_ __ ,_ __ _____ \ J J ,
,
within two from the
to the undersigned years
expiration of this publication, otherwise the Into It nails are mercilessly driven. In strengthening the bowels and nilnuilate 11 .
Paula will be pleaded In bar the crotches) old hinges horseshoes and them to healthy action 100 wafers, / :

-- FRANK FORBTEILAdmfuistrator.. old Iron of various kinds. are deposited. 2."
.q Orchid,Fla,,Noy.2II, 1003. weeks. These are often grown over and are :' low (o (.*.. (tomb llrnn.Combs' .
found later imbedded in the wood. f 1 '
should 1 hI' wiped whenever ; ; !
MANUFACTURERS OF 'I
The tree nerves) as a place to rest old used upon a piece of soft tissue t ba yerl.hl.dfllfrOnot Ill-hralth It I......., nlt patb'
paper; more "h.1<1&1"r""IL.than :
rolls against and to shelter old wagons also ease probably say other one d""'".
Doors Sash Blinds. once a .f'tOk they should! ] (I" dippedIn seollartoAmericana.
and machinery. Trees are too often ammonia water anti I brushed and "'!', WHYhlmpiy, because upon the Crag Indlcatton t
up of the malady ins .,..t.rn Ie W.llall
Houlding MaterialOffice used to support wire" fence instead of down the teeth with on old toothbrush. ,. ,t ..." qulnlno or that dlJ Jlly mineralcaloielT) with I I
& BuildIng poets. Trees In this ",a7 are seriously ----a neeee.aryeither.Don't Do It. vla"pe.ltivuijguaraate0HERBINE, Isn't at all O r. "
,
Injured and so riddled with Iron that It l''
Warerooms King, opposite Every Bottle of Cliaml rlalu'ii "
Is Impossible to saw them Inta board,*-- !!
Cannon StreetCharleston seeds In fact, they are unfit even for wood, Kennedy Warranted.We ff .

S. C. because of the axes and saws) which guarantee every bottle of Chamber. M.&lldrn..eww.'I'eva.pnr.lyfc.rb.1.' llu any aJI form.... of vlrt meta,,_Menlmne II Ie '' ,'
Iain's end o.lin.l-. .., .... .
the noa* tlulr" .
cost on-ylel< etoreeay..il Cough Remedy and will refund d lir 'sofa II II
will be injured in working them. -rMTU all liver kl.liM 7IlED ...., ."a"aon._b....
aspen mmting.asdts.ppolntmams. money to who satisfied afer
Sash Weights Cord 'and ,Syurs Trees are too valuable to be used in : anyone Is not title per bottles All Drusel.ta. 1 I
tb. .edard esed.. nslna; two thirds of the content .
this way.; The life of a tree'y bo This J JI
Sold by all deal.r. ..004Se.4 U the best remedy the world for :
Hardware. Annu.1 poltJ'4' hen, prolonged for year by giving It little la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and
to .11 .ppacants. care. It U surprising the large D tuber whooping cough: and Is pleasant and safe I I

Window find Fancy alas D. 1\1. FERRY A CO.. of trees which are thus though leualy I I to take. It prevents any tendency of a ,i'

Deb'olt. Mleb. crippled or Injured. Z>r. J. GUTord. cold to re nlc In pneumonia. Hold by CROSS PHAlUrACY. :

SPECIALTY.. all druggist and medicine dealers. 1'

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EAST COAST APVOPATK.! JANUARY 29, 1904.

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? JAMES. PHITCHABD, Presldept; WM. M. BROWN, Vlce-Preeident.
and interest-
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Georgiana. Job Printing.: VISIT The most peculiar W. S. BRANDING' Asst. Cashier.
|leg night In America.

,- Do not forget tbe fact 'that at the ADVOCATE THE FLORIDA'
Misses Beth Bruner and Winnie DIxonare INDIAN RIVER STATE
*".a."T JOUBHAI.' DHVOT1D TO THBOF Davato- both "Invalids miserable" this week office, Titusvllie, we do job BANK

MINT! OF TBB IXDIAK RIVBK, LAKBWOKTH with la grippe.F. printing of all kind., neatly,cheaply and Ostrich Farm Co.Nearly .

j AND BIHOAYMB BATSEOTIOM.FUBLISUKD W. Handy and wife arrived her expeditiously: : Letterheads, Notebeuds, COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

Friday of last week. They are getting Billheads Envelopes, Tags, and all other Authorized capital $ I OOCQO
settled in the Ha kinds. JACKSONVILLE
AVERY: PBIDAY. very comfortably Paid
house. up capital, $40,000
> '

tt1A&LSS: H. WAI.TOH, Editor & publisher. Miss Mattle O'Neal Is stopping at Mrs : Average deposits, $160,000
; h"aa
Hall's. She: getting along very well F. A. LOSLEY -
Discontinuance of ailvtu. mnnt be made per.Bully with her school. The children all Ilk ,I Transacts a General Banking
at this office or by writing. her and are learning very rapidly. THE BREWERY SALOON.

Orange trees are budding to bloom 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. r Business
Check,oto., may)lie made payable to CHABLEIf. and In a short time will\ be all white and ,
WALTON,publlBher fragrant. Think of that you poor, shlverlog. Imported and Domestlc-
Largest and Oldest Bank on the
River
all
freezing peoplo that are surrounded
n- In writing w the ADVOCATE for Inform by Ice and suow. Wines Liquors CigarsThe Exchange: bought: and sold on all Forelgu
i Uonok W/kiwi,the writer w Ill oblige by vnulonIng Countries.
The shooting season ia dreaded by the
a .tamoI-a<1fIroRKllrI envolo(>tt. Worjd Renowned Anheuser Bunch
people of this community. 1Iondaytllere
Patronage; appreciated. Prompt service
Brewing Association's Famous polite
was a shooting party out and treatment,and every favor conngtent| with con.
BOSTON OFPICK an-ofll Tun eat404 KA T Atlantlo..enue'COAHT ADVO shooting so recklessly In yards, garden Beers on draught. A ervative banking granted.COKRE8PONDKNTB .
ha opened
OATH onton, which will bu In charge of Air. Claude and groves, that the women and children East Coast friends be sure to call on me +9 wo 9 y '" if :
O. Walton. were afraid to go out of the houses when In Jacksonville. ? Phoenix National Bank N. y.. Empire "State'
And the mules and cows that were staked t Trust Company, N.Y.,National" Dank of Jacksonville -
Address all communication to out were really in danger of being killed. = = y __ Jacksonville, eta.'riTIJl3VILLE .
EAST COAST ADVOCATE,
TITD TILLB, FLORIDA. .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. ,

Tantie.Mrs. .
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17. S. Department of Agriculture Brewing Asso's.Famous z .

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. James Clement, wife of our eff. -:- McMurray & Baker

olent mall carrier, has been visiting relatives !- St.Louis Keg and Bottled ,
here for,the past few days. z
The following is a comparative statement I Beer. 200 gigantic!; birds standing S to to feet
4 ; of temperature and rainfall for the Mrs. Ilirry Warriner and children high weighing 250 to 4MO pounds euch. Ostrich 4O1-414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville IHoriila.
and
week ending Tuesday,Jan. :2U!Il001. from the lake, visited the family of LewIs Bold Jjj; Messrs.F.A.Losley nests eggs ootrlcbes kitting and baby ostriches

t -1804MAX. -- -1903- Kaulerson for several days last week. R.L.Motlow,Titus-villaFla. just Unldei hatvued.escort visitors through the farm explaining -Makers and Jobbers of-

DATK. : :. MI1T.a MAX. MIN' Bob Martin and eon, Emery, of Baa- By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. all about the birds, their nests, habits,
:30 70 6 70 01 came down last and plumage,eto.
Banger Tuesday re
21 74 63 75 62 mained with friends Lure until the following JOSEPH ZAPF Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF 'WAL- ,
12 76 70 72 68\ Saturday. ,

33 Si 72 77 fil 71 70 73 55 We are all glad to welcome back to Sole Agent. ton' Rapid Calking Tools now In use Saddlery, Rubber Tires. '

252fJ 72 03 74 <01m their home, William\ Kaulerson and family by boat owners in the United States.
77 70 78 69 as they have been out on their farm ._610 to 620 West Bay Street, each at the ADVOCATE First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
Price $4.00 and $8.00 -
Total rainfall for the week:* 1.15 since the first of December and have returned ro
Dopaiture from normal rainfall for the In order to send their children to JACKSONVILLE!, FLA.. office, Tltusvllle, Fla. .
week: plus .28 Inches. Departure school.
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t from normal rainfall! since January 1, Several of our young men went out TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Minns 1.07 Inches. hunting Saturday. They were very sue AOtSONVILLE.:
HAL. P. ITiRDiir, Observer. cessful-captured a fine hoc and one

-, turkey. This Is a fine country for game, and Adams Streets Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Cor. Main ,
In fact, we think it is about as good as New Victoria ,
Do not fail to clean up your aide can be found. The health of the corn
FLA.
walks and yards. The town will I muntty Is pood: the soil fel"lie, and the JACKSONVILLE, *

look after the roads. scenery of Taylor's. creek l>iilil..s docrlptlou :! MODERN HOTEL:
I JACKSONVILLE'S NEW Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
-making one think of tile enchant bathe .....
with
Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites private
"
-- ed places of "Fairyland that read
we Kates American $2 to $3 European, rooms Tocts and upwards.
rJ THE Rev. W N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange about, and so much desire to soe.f ., Special: Rates to Commercial;Travelers. Offices foot ot Began Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No 262.

I ia dead, and his hosts o! The annual sugar cane grinding at R. RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
friends throughout Florida will! :Mr. Peter Uauler on's is now In opera. /
his loss. tlon. This Is the latest and most 1m
Badly deplore
.. .. portant feature of the season and has
-- --- ----- been looked forward to with great delight W. E. COLS DBMITE: The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House in the State.

TUB Democratic State Executive ; by both the children and grown.
Committee which met in Jackson up people.. It has been largely; attended, -Dealer In- A '

i ville, last week, decided that the t not only of visitors by home from folks other, but places by a ,number all. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND Ylililtit'VJ"riz::: .. .. DSoia-is: : cSc Co.

first primary will be held on Tuesday partaking of the childish Joys of drink-
May 10th, and the second on ing the juice, and scraping the candy 'PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. FLORIDA. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
TITUSVILLK -
from the kettle ,
Tuesday, June 7th. with little paddles. .
Many thanks are due Mr. and Mrs -- -
llaulerson for the pleasant time Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
ON March\ 19th the Jacksonville TrTUS'VJLLE: : z.rV"EEl..Y: ST.EI: 3LI3.h .

Metropolis will issue a political h er, Cottle, nG. 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

edition, which will be the largestand VISITS TITUSVILLE.__ __ FEED\ AND SALE ti'' y .IM l+ SADDLE HORSES, Agts. for furiua Feed Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.yi ,
finest ever issued from the .

E above office Thousands of people Mr. E. M.Holman,of Worcester, MASS., ...STABLES... BUGGIES, : -
f' anantr: g3rt0_ g+eeE.i '''
who ---t
will read this edition, and ordersare spent last winter In Tltusvllle and SJSPAULDING'S
Daytona, arrived In Daytona, Friday List, BAGGAGE SURREYS,
already flowing in for copies. and made a flying trip to Titusville, on 1

--. --- Monday of this week. lie retained to TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of Seed Potatoes. I
Daytona the mime day but c r I
ONE of the provisions of the postal may return
bill introduced after the automobile races to enjoy a HAULING, 1< T C. ,, "a11 kinds..
by Representative
week's camp with Mr Wm. H. McFar-
Dalzell is that "queen bees he and at the Ilaulover oaual.Mr. J. WOSBAN & SON 00 I

admitted to the malls, when properly Holmnn, who owns considerable TITUSVILLE, -Back of Gei>. M. Robblns' office.FLORIDA ROSE, No.4. .. $3.25 Bbl.
packed." The bill also calls for property In Daytona, has increased his BLISS TRIUMPH, t. $3.00"
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the consolidation of third and interest. thero since his an ival. I l HEBRON, $2.75" !
a The Worcester (Mass..) Spy, of the --188a-- -21st year- -1901-
t fourth class mail matter to be ad. 2'2nd Garden and Field Seeds.
: Inst., has the following to say of a. '
milted at one cent for each two purchase made by Mr. Holman on his I: L. O.A.LWEJB.ON": : 3oedsmAn: : I

ounces.VEHHI. way"E.to M.Florida llolman: of this city, was tbe The Geo H, Fernald Hardware CO. 1\ "I I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.CARPETS .

first automobile purchaser at the New _.
\ the advantages for and York show. Word was received In this :a--e=--
against giving preference to articles: city yesterday by Sirs llolruan to be l\C..A.CI-IINE I-IOPS.
ready to receive a touring oar seating
/
that are advertised in the ADVO.'
lIve persons. Tho auto cost $1500; and : :
I : : > ,: ; Sa,1e or
and
GATE verdict will be that
your VIM secured byl\r.( Holman while maknir -
advertised articles will, in the longrun I a stop of one.day In the metropolis. PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. BUILDING SUPPLIES.

bring the most money to the After shipping the machine Worcester,
merchant. Let a merchant Mr. Holman continued to Daytonn, Fla,, : SPRING GOODS ARRIVINGIATTINGS
keep
where he will\ the :
pass winter. It has SANFORD FLOBIDA. ,
his goods on his shelves without advertising been the custom of the Worcester man -DAILT-

them, and see how manyof to establish winter quarters In Florld.v."

the articles he will sell, If a
; :Ruhlman c& Co.
merchant wants to do business, he ENTERTAINED. F.

should tell the people what he has ,
for sale. Advertising Is the ready" ( Washington St 1 NEW YORK. I
Miss Daisy Brady'entertained the Pro- 93 Murray I Street.2J1 J N. y.
talker. rroHBlve Culture Club at her home last

-- -- .- Tuesday afternoon, from 3 to (o'clock, R U G SPrices
AT the Republican State Conven and established her reputation as a More Goods, Bettor Goods and Lower .
charming hostess. She was admirably Oranges Pineapplesand
tion, held in St.. Augustine, last
i i\dlHtol Mrs.
by A. D. Penney and only than any other house In the South. Send for samples .
week, it was decided to put a purely the fact that her sister,Miss Aline Brady, ;

white ticket before the people at will leave the club not many days hence, Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
i dampened the ardor of the assembnge.
the coming election. J. E. Lee, of gay -
.
Jacksonville, took a brave stand, The ladies wore Induced to display represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent I-2- ECI.j.t:: ..::eE: :,

in the face of his own race, in declaring their talent In left-handed drawing, a
also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 WEST .
27 FOR
horse the you years. YTn ST. JACKSONVILLE
being
that the welfare of the republican subject. When the FLA.
party in :Florida demandedthe judges had duly Inspected the laborious -- --

nomination of a etraightout elTccts declared of each the ,artist Mrs.,D.a I handsome). Pritchard silver was ESTABLISHED 1870. SME7C'HINGvcr: : : ::: ::: .

white ticket. This, we believe, is pin tray being the prize awarded. Mea- ELASTIC
the first time this has been donein lames Morgand, Wager and MIstfGelger PULP PLASTER-For Plastering/ Walls and Ceilings.
drew for M. Lane & Son COMPARED One half the weight. Same cost
the history of the republican booby prize, resulting In Mrs. Twice the trenRth. Sreat durability.
Morgan's\ favor ((4)) WITH I win not crack or crumble.
r : party in Florida! and we congratulate The luncheon table with Its arttstlo Ill in } Can be bard Untuned or painted.

our opponents in getting on the draperies of 'violet and white ribbons, 230: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. C COMMON, i Will Plaster bold today on,metal carpenter tile and follow brick.
right side of the fence, at last souvenir bouquets of violets, tied with PLASTER Water waken dune not weaken or tomonrw.discolor It.
tiny white bows, and centerpiece of >,iu| can be driven Into It and withdrawn Just .. with wood.
+ glorious cream roses, formed an attract- Southern Fruit and Produce We have the exclusive sale In Brevard and Dade Conn.lee. Addreas
pV AN effort is being made by certain lye feature, as well as the repast, served EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
?.'I politicians to defeat Congressman! daintily and graciously by the hostess. Dealers In Lumber and Building Material
Music EAU GALLIE, FLA
by Mills Lessen and Mrs. Den-
Kobt. AV. Davis for Governor of ham concluded this enjoyable after Oo3aa.3aa.Iss3.ori.: Merchasa.tlo.: -
Florida, but it will be a futile at. noon's entertainment.

) tempt upon their part. A man who FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils Hodges <& O'Hara

i has done so much good for Florida, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT celebrated ,

I in and out of Congress, cannot be last month, hU 17th wedding annlersiiry. -, Cards and our quotations furnished on application. ...Manufacturers and DealersIn.| ..

beaten by a few malcontents. All -._--- -------------- -- Rough
The Bcene of the httentf. and CYPRESS AND
YELLOW
parts of the world has its "chronic Rot festivities was the capital of Dressed PINE LUMBER.
"
kickers; but bear in mind whatwe the United Stales, but the wedding MASON M.: CLARK Orange Box: : :leads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, MOllldlngs etc
have amid from time to time : :M1Il1I and office located at Buffalo Bluff ,Shingles,
seventeen ws in the Fla. Write ua for delivered
prices
year ago
"Congressman Ilolit.: \\, Davis to any part of the State. Address
will : llodges A O'Hara.
y Fla.
British Buffalo Blnfl.
If
Few of the
capital. ,
any 110 Street
surely be our next Murray and 108( West Street, NEW YORK.
k governor; and
biographers have recorded the fact -

Ijj do not and forget to "put that in your that the President of the United *+..+.*..*.*.++..++.+. ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If
smoke It.
JV pipe "Colonel
Usb"is States and the mistress of tbe White Fruit and Produce Commission :Merchant.SPECIALTIES
L our choice ; he will make an ideal louse were married under the Brit- J E. Vesey Hall, | you are, get oue of Walton's Patent
and while
governor, we want no ish flag The wedding occurred in Georglana! Fla. J J Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat-
favors from him it will "
give us : ,
St. George's church, Hanover builders and owners of boats. Calks
much pleasure at the | Boat Builder.
proper timein
square London, Dec. 2, 1886.( The : :;
I "Governor Davis Florida boats more than other
saying, ,we con- Pineapples Oranges Grapefruit rapidly any
record
shown American
was to an *ONLY FIRST-CLASS 2
''i grI till ate 3'ou as governor of Florid WORK. calking tool In the world. Price |4.GO
searcher the clerk of St.
by George'sparish.
:t "." Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. Write for Estimates. :J and $8.00 each, at ADTOC....TK office,

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Stuart. Jensen. GBORG MARX. JOHN MARY
HOW TO SAVE ICE.
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THE OLD RELIABLE 3:
1VI. : B <>S. 1,
The schooner Carrie Farson, sailed for Jno. Matson and family have returned .. .

(The question of economy on the ice bill Fort Pierce, Wed eaday. to Jensen to live\ this winter.
I that appeals forcibly to WHOLESALE :a'.i'1:1:
everybiisekeeper. Robert GROCERS
one HH well as to tiorelM, restanam McFarland landed 0 pounds of I Our able county commissioner, J. F.
Rhoenshead, Tuesday, with his rod and Bell), la patching up the bad pll\ccsln the
butchers, grocer, druggists; and
reel
i fact l, to every merchant who consumes I road with shell 'fl"i
'
Fruit and Produce
1. In hla business..Numerous Mrs. Alpha Blizzard left on the morn W. C. Tra.hl'rn has put up a photo Jobbers.

tests and careful experiment-: InK train, Tuebiuy, for her home in FIUgorald gallery at Jensen, opposite the Jensen "

I,r have resulted in the discovery of the Ga.August .Trading; Qo'e. store. uOli{ t

vVlX ICE box PAD or,the-which ice, when chamber placed of ; Piton and party of hobo Dr. X. McClinton's son, Pr. N. F. )MOo, w i Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;
toe
your reduce the Sound, spent the day, Tuesday, fishing Clinton, of A1 mo, :Ji ich., with two fends

fair refrigeratrwill of your ice 13: to 38 1-3 per cent.confunntlon at Gilberts Bar. L. S. Iloyt E. A. Mulholland Is visiting WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. 1\

There will bo the Doctor for a few weeks. ,
device theluipHcity
lie Pa.lle an Inll'enlouslltlle ,- an interesting entertainment -

of which Is one of Its greatest given In the church next Sunday Miss Snider, of New York, treated the PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. !
Lconimendations. All do la to evening, by tbe Loyal[ Temperance .
you place Sunday school to a nice musical renditionin Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
[ on the bottom of your ice chamber Legion. way of vocal music, accompanied by r '

Ith the Ice rearing upon It, and it will Chas. II Walton, editor of the EAHT Prof. W. C. Coleman, last Sunday. y tldy'Ye solicit\ consignments of Fruits and Vegetable*.
Write for booklet. ,
[ the rest. COAST -- -- \
? ADVOCATE, stepped off on the ,.
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P G. W WALTON AGENTT.I platform to shake hauds with friend,
I Titusville, Florida Monday morning. Com Thompson of New York was e *1 Eau Gallie.

down looking over his property the. first \ t
Mrs J. A. Hudson was a passenger on of the week. tII

MRS. IDA D. BRUNERGeneral Monday's morning train going to Tib- Absolutely Puro.
balls from Ojus where she has been visiting The pineapples ale showing some Q. PKORASSK: : SCltm'I.KIt.: M. U.-Tel"jfral.h
Manager for the World her giand-daughter, Mr G. W.I bloom In spite of the cool winter. The THERE NO SUBSTITUTE ultlott upon nil night Knu: (Jail I.., .'Iurhl.(...

Famous veil. prospects look well for a good crop. i II'I

"JLIIY1 of L'i.t." C. C CbllliDgsworlh of West Palm Dr. N. F. McClinton and his two The J. F. P. i. still on the ways at '

friends left Jensen hint week to spend a Hodgson Bros. .
Beach, watt in to-' u, Tuond.iy and Wednesday Melbourne. ,
For all ills of Women.All of this week, attending to business few days In Cuba. They expect to stopat I Miss Florence Hodgson wax the guestof \ ,

letter of Inquiry cheerfully answered matters pet taining to tbe East Coast Jensen on their return. Miss Mima, at Uouaveuturelast week

Local office at Park Cottage Fish Co. The rain and nice weather
warm we
I Alex. Near ta busy having his new ga
itr: Subscriptions. for the ADvocATE, r
West Palm Beach, Fla. O. K. Wood and daughter, dies Addle, are having, Is doing the bean business to the pink paper of the East Coast, will be I motor placed Into position In the Hattie
ana mal, arrived from Cocoa, Sunday perfection. The shipping! has started ID, N. }
real business like received at the Melbourne Postofflce. LOOK TO YOUR EYES t ft
Mr. Wood much prices are very good
evening. wan very surprised
at the growth: Stuart has made In and prospects for a good paying; crop : The steamer Spartan Is. ready for Inspection If nattering from any eye defects or we* j 1'
West Palm Beach. RICHARD W aOODE.-Re l Estate, Notary and work, and Is In butter trim sight call at my new well-appointed optl .
the past six months. C. II. Racey and a party of friends, 1'uhiio and ()ave anc0r. Agent ror ICtna. than ever before. cal Institute. Special lens.
Liverpool and Lnmmiinnd Goli! ", I tart font. anl!{ complete
of R.
consisting R. Smith Edwards
Fred. C. Braunn, one of Jacksonville'sbest ToIdenow.. WanhliiRtou' Fire Insurance ('om.panl. Wliltnore has grinding; outfit In connection. fDu. ,
C n. Walton, editor and proprietor of tonsorial artists, has located here. Payne, Moses and Strother, left Jensen .... Special attention paid to tile Inter- S. B. placed anew gas .
ilia well-known and newsy ADVOOATK:, Ills shop is In the GritTen building:, next Monday for the Everglades on an old eat ot uon-renMeiiu. engine In his launch, giving; him more U Laura St.E. n. ARMSTHON'Ot Fla. ft

Vas at Palm Beach the first of the week, door to the market. Yours Truly has fashioned camp-hunt, to spend two power and greater apoed. > 1"4I

nd received hearty greetings from many been up against him, and he is the real weeks. Jno. Richards went with themto DR L A. PKKK-PUYHICIAN AIm imnicoN. Mrs. Schuyler took n run to Nathan
pilot them to the big Mr. Residence MoltKiurua. At Jean Clalllu'; every
[tiendu. thing. game. afternoon. and return this week, on business con
Raoey took his son, Ralph, along. We nected with the plantation. South Rockledge.
The Lake Worth Band has again re- The following; guests registered at the trust they will get lots of game.

Lpinized,: and,. with their usual public Bessey house, this week: Mr. and Mrs. The Melbourne Fiber Factory Is now Letters from Dr. C. C. Booth and Capt. f

pint, gave a very enjoyable open air Isaac Allen, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. Andrews running full time. Chas. McNuhb report the safe arrival of There was a very heavy rain here- I '

oncert in tbe Park, last ;Saturday: even- Miss Grace Andrews, Joseph Allen Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can the party at West I'alm Beach. I Tuesday t, t
tree for all to enjoy. They deserve and always be prevented by the use of Foley's Mr. Van Sternburgh keeps our people
.
Injf, Kansas City; Mr, Mrs. Geo. who broke the windows II. W. Matthews la erecting a boathouse -
and the Kidney Cure. Sold Red Cross Pharmacy well supplied with delicious Indian River The culprits I
tlie gratitude recognition of baeger: Dr. Taylor, Washington, D. C., by In our school are known and will be) .and wharf t t
oysters.Mrs.
ublic. ___ __ __
called to account for the damage"The Sam rhllds of Cocoa IN
doing some
The Stuart house now has a neat sign f
Wrn. Jackson of Fort Pierce has
heople Quite are a number at Daytona of our and representative Ormond, en- board placed on tbe roof, which Is plainly White City.Born been spending the past, week with relatives ; colored< school Is closed for this mason work fur Edmund\ Day, this we k., ,

laying the automobile meet. Our own visible from the depot. The following \ in Melbourne.Mr. term. The little ones made good progIOBB Miss hassle Smith, after completing: t

Itreets with the hum of guests were among those registering; ; under their teacher, Mrs Madison her business boo, left for her home In. J
are quite gay and T. Wells went
Mrs. W. to
this week L. C.Eaton Louisville
Lhe autos, owned by private citizens. C. W Nelson: St. Louis,; C. C. Chlllings-Ky., to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nelson, Daytona. for n short visit and will\ enjoy Capt. J. F. Powell, of Waukeogan, was Montulalr\ N. Y. r t

urely our little city is making rapid worth, West Palm Beach, C. C. Ralentsin January 10th, a son. the automobile races while there. working on his schooner ou Monday lJ"t Mrs. J.lme"11ker\ Mrs J. J. White-- I
Strides towards progression and up-to- The schooner la hauled out on Hodgson's and Jessie J'ckhlut Mrs..
Baldwin, Fla.; K. Carlton, Ft. Mr. aud Mrs. Austin has been spending The ladies, of Melbourne will were visiting f
young
fads.
Jlate week In Jensen. ways. Salmon, on Thuiftduv last
Pierce; J. Kennedy, city. A give a Leap Year ball In Educational '

Dr. and Mrs.\ J. A. McLeay and family Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. (Ion. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Campbell Hall this, Friday, evening at 8 o'clock. 1>r. Sarah O. Hodgson Is setting out a Mrs. S, MoF Porter of Daytona, bass i I
| arrived from New,York on the 23rd, 2Utb variety of new shrubs and ruses at PineWood sold ono of her 5 acre lots next south of
McPherson were pleasantly surprised January a daughter.
had are pleasantly located in the Jeffer- their and Our people are sorry to learn that Kev. LiHlgt> cud otherwise improving Mr. Matthews, to ,'lusoph' Neeklrk, otSolplo r
calling spendinga
by neighbors
fcoD cottage No. 3, sputa weat of Narclsliis Miss Lizzie Benson left for Palm J. B. Hawk has been quite 111 the past the grounds. ( Ohio.
few hours with them the occasion being
and Datura streets. They no doubt Beach, Monday to spend a few weeks. few days, but glad to know he Is now
of Palm their wooden wedding day. The better. The engine for the steamer Spartanhas : J. Matthews, of South\ Bend, Ind., arrived !
climate West
enjoy tbp genial following l is partial list\ of the visitors : Vegetables; are still being shipped from como to hand and Is now practically\ I hero, Monday, with his wife and)

Bleach] as well as renewing! ; pleasant as- L. D. Tucker and wife, II. 8. Witham here, which proves that we are not frozen Mesilames Sedgewlck; anti Goble, Mrs. a new 0110. (:apt. Colo hud the walk grandson. to visit his brother, U. W. ;

foelatlons of former winters. and wife, A. R. Kruger and wife, Walter out, as was reported.J Sedgelck and three children eujoy frequent done at Pulatka. Matthews 'I I II

Pursuant to call about thirty ladles Kltchlngr and wife Arthur Hogarth and trips with Capt. Beatijoan to Melbourne -
Fredrickson, of Xyster, Neb., la Beach. Geo. Anderson "was called to Tonnes- I During the heavy wind on Sunday '
wife Robert McPherson and wife II. W.
net at the Rectory of Holy Trinity ,
spending a. few weeks here and Is well see last week by the death. of Ills lather morning, Messrs. Neeklrk and Hwlnsooc.
burch to take towards Richards and wife, J. C. Hancock, Mesdames ""
preliminary steps
Chas. Woodward pleased with our pretty village.Mr. Mr. Conkllhg keeps our market well lIe ls.ag.iln> : nt work at his old post on picked up a nice row boat almost new,4: ,4
T bos.
forming a Chapter of the Daugh- Ilogarth, ,
Dutton supplied with fresh strawberries, guavas; the F. J:. C, rondo and 1 safely lauded U at Salmon's:\ } .. ,
returned
W. C. B.
ftersof II. Bessey S. Friday night
the Confederacy. Sufficient memo Henry Stypman, lemons, limes, oranges; grapefruit; bananas 1
Vors were enrolled to apply tor a charter llaney, and the Misses Francis Stypman, from Jacksonville, whore he had been and all kinds of fresh vegetables. The stoamor Vagabonds win In our

nit on Its arrival the chapter will be Lucy Rhodes and Messrs. Thos. Taylor, to attend the annual meeting of the Ma- harbor on Tuesday last, tilling up her The many friends of3.. If. Hunan,,

or mod and officers elected. John Taylor und O. O. I'oppletou. sonic Lodge. Last Friday thirty Melbourneltes tooka tanks with fresh, water. Nero Footman Engineer; r.. E. A W. R. U., at present

trip to Rookledge on the launch Is sailing master on this line steamer. living In Lima, O., will bo pleased to.
Me 8rll. C. L. Berge, of Adelphla, N. Walter Ganson, formerly of this place Dreamer Capt. Sum Martin. All came know of his recovery from threatened :
f.j; Joseph Atkinson Freehold, N.J. ; IN BED FQUR WEEKS WITH LA but now of Jensen, was up from that home well pleased with Uuckledgo and We are pleased. to hear that Mrs. 19. S. kidney dUoiuio lie writes: "'! was curodi M '

nml Chas. II. Walton, of Titusville, were GRl1>P} .-We have the following; letter place, Monday, to look after his Interests their pleasant outing. Randall In recovering; from her. recent by using Koloy's" Kidney Cure, which 1 '

lirrivals at the Royal Poinciana on Sat. from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola, Ind. "I here, returning the same. evening. Illness, and may yet visit the Mast: Coast recommend to all, especially trainmen

pirday last. The former two gentlemen was In bed four weeks with la grippe and Messrs. Hammond and Adams, of Boston Miss Emma Spangler; a charmingyoung of 1<'lol'ldaID the late spring, with her who me usually similarly nltlliMed. Sold f"" '
from Merchantsvllle N. J.
jliad never visited Palm Beach before, sour. tried many remedies and spent consider lady husband. '
left here, Sunday morning/ after amonth's by RedCross Pharmacy.
is addition to the choir of
but a great Holy
Walton showed them around. They able for treatmentIth physicians, .
stay with us. They regret that church her Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson has just received -
Trinity Episcopal dining
business them leave
compelled to so soon. Invented
some newly appliancesconneoted
winter in Melbourne.
III and Tar. Two small bottles of stay Indianola.
visit our beautiful section again.; 9 9Mr
with her lon. They
cured and I It Ira Lament, who has been home from proflII ,
this medicine me now use
Chaa.: J{. Faritn, of Cincinnati, U a well known dealers and
The from Chicago
operetta King Cole will be given age
exclusively In my family. Take no sub- the hospital for about three weeks, t of the Carleton cottage; ? Ho has
lit the Gruber Opera house on the evening stitutes. Sold: by Red Cross Pharmacy. walked outdoors for the first time Monday semi a winter guest of Hotel Carleton are up-to-date In every way. / and Mrs Henry Wild, W. II.

!of February 12r.h. About thirty are the :M.'ith.: While his Improvement for several years. Melbourne filends. The launch recently finished at Hous Wild, and Miss Tonlgne; Wild, of Jersey

fieing' trained for the different characters la slow, It seems to be of a substantial are always glad to nee him come. ton's ways tor Mr.\ Joe Asplnwnll for City ; and Mr. Davis are guests of the ,i t

fmder the direct t upei vision of .Mesdamesraig Eden. nature. sale; !Mr. Asplnwall not being able to be Indianola house '
and DaCamara, assisted by Misses Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. P. Item-ban, of l\ncll1ext will
down this season season
We notice that West Side mill Miss Clam Moore of Pine Lodge
i our saw ;
rutelitteld and Catherine Vaulx. As IlilnoU tine
Halneaville <, are having sportIn ,
build larger one to replace thin one forsalu. '
I be proceeds) ai'e to be used for a most owned and operated by II. Larson, has Melbourne fishing.; Mrs. Konelinn, Mis. Rhondes, Ml.e Miller and Mlsa. /.j

[worthy cause, and also for the public to J. II. LeTourneau for has his Just wife.completeda been turning out a fine grade of lumber. takes the lead this season among our __________ Maggie MlllKr, sister and niece of Mrs. f ,
how small greenhouse I.RRteek was about the first he has out HhoadeH l'ulnrettoHall, all of Merrlttw
their apprcclatlonsof the children ladies who make the big catches. cold '
STOP It.-A neglected cough or
then this for the market, having been busily engaged enjoyed a walk from Merrltt to Indian- f
find the ladles In charge, a full househoud If "no news Is good news donated lend to serious bronohlul or lung *
The beautiful communion service
full cutting for sheds on his pinery may ala on Tuesday.IiSanderson.
of it. up
: be given them. The music of correspondent Is just cram troubles.! Don't take chances when Foley's
churchby
to Holy Trinity Episcopal;
the Is said be full of fun and to this time. We wish him success In received! wool!
operetta to Social Club held pleasant Honey\ and Tar affords perfect security Saturday
The a very his new undertaking. Mrs. K. Jt. OH mar, of New York, was
Iwcliy airs, besides a vein of political meeting at the home of Mrs. W. F. Wolfe used Usl Sunday for the first time. Our from serious effects of a cold. evening, that hl. son, Idvymond, who 1... ': I

tuire running through it which will\ \ last Friday evening. The debate at the Literary Society, people are delighted! with thin lovely gift, at Pilnoeton college, was seriously UK

jmdonbtedly appeal to the keener sensibilities l- Thursday evening, wan well handled by also with tbe handaorne colored l glass with typhoid fever, Mrs. Sanderson.. left. Ion

of the older people. Messrs. Mast returned from Boynton, all that took part. The next: subject windows, given by the same generous Melbourne Beach. Monday[ to bo with and to care foe

last week, and leport the plantation un-' will\ \ be, Rvuolved : "That the pin is more donnor. We regret that Mrs. Gllmar her son In hit Illness. a '

CHILDREN POISOXED.-Many child- injured by the cold wave. powerful than the sword," and will oo will not be able to spend the winter with !Mrs.\ B. H. Wilson and daughter\ Alls!\ ... f

en are poisoned and made nervous E. J. /Shattuck: arrived home, last Friday cur February 4th. It is hoped that us on account of tlio loss of the Carleton R. W. Bcaujean supplied the market Jeunnotte, J.- J'. Wilson and wife, and! ,
pud and Is looking forward to a greater; Interest will be manifested In hotel but she to visit here for wail I line Florida mutton thli week. J
weak/ If not killed outright, by moth- evening, hopes a Miss Charlotte Palmer, all of Tltusvlllo.. ;
tngiving them cough syrups containing visit from his brother and sister, who reside the literary work ot the society than has few days In the spring. She Is spending A party from Melbourne visited the are \lultlug! friends and relatives lu Indi k

Mates.' Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe In Chattanooga.The been for some weeks past. tbe winter at Hotel Magnolia, !St.: Augus- bench on Monday\ some taking a dip In anola, having made the trip down the

pod certain remedy for coughs, croup "Sardine Express," as our county tine. _____________ old ocean.M river In less than three bourn. I I'

pnd lung trouble, and Is tbe only promlent school wagon Is called, is becoming very PNEUMONIA AND LA GRIPPE \ >ij">r Graves returned from his little We were grieved to hear of the death. v 1 .1"'

cough medicine that contains no unpopular on account of the uncomfortable coughs cured quickly by Foley's Honey A LIFE: AT li'l'AKi-If I you but outing, on Thursday.' It I I. NO seldom of the Uev W. N. Chaudoln last Friday t .
plates' or other Sold by Red awl Tar. lietuse substitutes Sold knew the splendid merit of Foley Honey
poisons.
*,ross crowding. There are twenty-four by and! Tar would never bo without It. the Major\ leaves the Beach wo all feel morning, at LulJiange. lie had many 1_.
Pharmacy. occupants most of them of large; size. ted Cross Pharmacy you of lust without bin dear friend In ImlUnola, and of long f'
will attack
A dose or two 'prevent an
have sit each others lap. One the vhtiicli had
They to on veiirs' atundlng. In we
pneumonia or lit grippe. It save Admiral and Mrs. Glllls are adding I to ,
evening, to the disgust of the children, may learned to turn to him fur consul neb., ,. J
Tibbals. St. Lucie. your life. Hold b> Ked Cross Pharmacy the, pleasure of our winter visitors by
they found, on getting in at Jensen, "a advice, and dish l mlim him greatly. Mlncerent -
little lu the
big fat drummer" who rode to Tibbals. giving( tlrVm\ \ pleasant outings sympathy U extended by Indian- f

Some of the boys rode on top of tbe Fort Pierce. lawn. Their guest, Mrs. Gilbert, returned ola friends to the dear wife left behind. ,

to give him room. This, however Hon. Richard R. Quay Is expected be- home Thursday, accompanied '
the wagon to Eats Oulllo. We understand that the ]tev. J. (t. .
guests will not happen again; as Prof. fore long with his family. by quite a party
uncle Geo. leave the work Indian
Saeger.tbbmontli Black to on
expects
Boutelle assured the children that passengers Sunday school la now being held at E. Shnttuok of Eden, was a visitor We are exceedingly sorry to learn the River to an appointment J

1' the conference work coming would DOC be taken. It Is a moat the St. Lucie depot, In the waiting room. here on Monday. manager of the East Coast ChauUuqua Green Cove Springs accept for all his time. We. 1
Archdeacon Brown will Dote unsatisfactory arrangement, altogether.; have thought best to postpone It tills '
able A of seventeen West Virginians Dr. Tucker and family are visiting W hope: to have him and his wife with us.
| to hold services here until Feb- There are five children who remain at party seasou. As It wiis fast becoming one of '
ruaryll tb. home, because their parents will not send lately enjoyed a launch ride and olcnlo J. Tucket.for a few weeks. Melbourne's greatest; attractions and for a few days' visit, prior to their. loavng ; I

Mrs! E. J. Luce entertained some them so far away. The school is good, at the Inlet. Mr. and Mr. O. T. McCarty, of Kl-<;\ everyone along; the Ease Const took a meats for have their been future made home.for Mr.Arrange Black to.

friends, Tuesday evening, with point but needs at least one more teacher. If Jerome Quay' also Col. John Glenn, dred, were pleasant visitors to town on personal l pride and Interest In It. Breach for us next Sunday, the 81st. jI flJ a.,
Is still In operatlou next ,
euchre The prizes were won by Mr. and this plan year for are now enjoying the winter at St. Luole, Tuesday. A large party of Melbourne' winter both morning and evening. Later. advices I' "
will\ have to be two f
there wagons,
,*r>. Harris, Miss England and Mr. Geo. there will be a number of children next ; at the home of benator M. S. Quay. Tbe band which was lately formed, Is visitors came over In the anal[ boat Friday from Kev. J. O. Black nay that It 1y\\ ,

"aeger. of school age who will have to be' !Senator:: M. h. Quay Is now enjoying fast corning to the front under tbe able morning. The trip was a little will be Impossible to fulfill his engage- l d

Mrs. j. T. Waters was hostess at the year accommodated. the delights of his winter home here, to tutorship of Mr. Martin. rough but everyone seemed to feel I safe /nent here next Sunday tbe Slat. i. 19 '

'Club remain informed for the balanceof In the Ida May, with /'apt. Deaujenn as : ;,
House, on Thursday evening' Pita we are ,
hotels with tourists
The rant
" the are filling skipper. The bench Is a Hoe place for Application for Tax I>ee very much the first half of season-
enjoyed
who down Indian River to
are Hocking;
Domestic Troubles It \
folk and enjoy more.
the the little none ;
oven log. After refreshments there Quite a number of distinguished Phil- enjoy our soft balmy breezes. ''i I
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Law of
"as Under Beo. S, C'bap..11I dancing until a late hour. It Is exceptional to find a family where adelphlans are now at their winter home, Capt. and Mrs.' Colby seem to be enjoying IIKRBIIY: IIVKXthBt: HROOlftT.( J '
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Mrs. Peaater of
stopped
The small, informal Leap* Year danceat there are no domestic ruptures occasion the Saint Lucie Club Houne. It Is expected LaGrange, her their (house-boat, the Pints, to NOTKKia: OIIt: t.urhs.erntTs'cCerOacate.' !dt f
tbe Club House loot Thursday was ally, but these can be lessened by having that more will soon follow. over a few hours, Tuesday, on way the fullest extent this winter, and are No. Pal an.I..JIJ. dated the till day of July 1 "
New Life Pills around. Much home to pay her son, Trez a short vlult. not at all sellUh-we judice-from the A. I). 1_. hse. riUtil" .said cortliloaUMt In my oniue. ni
very much appreciated by the gentlemen Dr. King's; Your correspondent heard several St. cud hn IIIWM, application" for ...* dead. to |...U
and enjoyed by the ladles who carried trouble they save by their great work In The first dime tea of the season,of the number of frlendt, and neighbors they I. auonrilanun with .li..*. Hald certificate .m.. y'a 1
'' the duties of the occasion perfectly. stomach and liver troubles. They not Lucie Items read recently, In a paper St. Andrews (Guild, was given by Mrs. bring to tbe Beach. We were sorry the lor..,.. inn following, ilmu-rlliwl. proiMirtyiitiiaMiln
25cU at all published at Buckhannon West Virginia shortened their Itlt,. Uravanl ooiinty' Klorl'la to-wlt: Part Lot .tt t
There real Monday
rain
relieve but cure. Frank Tyler and nice little sum ou
were no "bells" but every; man only you with favorable comments on St. a d.! .. geed book. O, I'RI ic.11<111, ttartlon Ufl, Township f 4 f
chimed" in beautifully. drug: stores. ized therefrom.The M 5. Kaiiico Vi': *" Lotb. boumlmi N by Hun- I
Lucie from the .
__..---- copied pink paper.It Call. ton and H by Knlluin Hmitlon, 'ft,Township M rt.. I
town election comes oft next A Very CloNe Hangs 11:. The ".Id l 'land being MI .M.1|at the
Saved From Terrible Death. To Musicians. l I. expected that quite a number of week. A lively interest Is being takenIn although daw. of the Isanenc.01 mi'-te oertlrtrate. the t
West Virginians, some of whom are people of "I stuck to my engine every name of K.T. IMnlon and W. J. HeuUer. Unlom.
It there number -
The of considerable Importance and *as are quite a candidates joint ached and every nerve wan racked aid e.rtil4ate.hallbe rednemwl aonnllnK t*. I
family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt, of ID the field. writes B. W, Bellamp, a locomotive law, tax deed will Issue thereon on slim. 2lr\.1: uajsot ;1
wealth In the places where they reside with pain,
3argerton A baritone horn for sale nearly new; rebruary.A. l>.l'J.,.. I t )
. Tenn., saw her dying and sell for 1200. Can be will soon visit St. Lucle with a view to Editor Walton, of the ADVOCATK:, was \ fireman, of !Burlington/ Iowa. Wiuieu my oltiola! ilgnatiira and seat thU tin* ",I I I''
ere powerless to save her. The most coat 25.00: ; will making their winter homes here. shaking bands with friend here, Monday "1 was weak and pale, without any appetite 31 Hi day or January, A. \). 11106. .j jL's. ,

*''llful\ physicians and used seen at the store of tie was returning to Tltnsvllle, and all rnn down. As I wtfs about [ (;1 .all A. A. WIEWART.Clerk Iltd"
every remedy Circuit Court of Hrevurd C llnt,.F% '
tiled' t. while J. R. WALKER Co., after spending a few days very pleasantly to give" up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters liT U.A..wartD.C. j
consumption was slowly but Wonderful Nerve.Is .
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the Beach and after taking It, I felt. well as ,
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' Titusville, Fla. at Royal I'olnclana Palm C I:) J '
"'arely taking her life. In this terrible by where he says there were over 400 guest I ever did In my life." Weak sickly, ,ANTar-8EVERALranaoNsorcuAa-: '
our -- displayed many a man enduring
Dr. King' New Discovery for Con- DrayDrayingorhaulin ran down people always gala new life, V and food reputation In each Mate I
VJ,' PUon turned despair Into joy. The : ; pains of accidental cuts, wounds,bruises, strength and rigor from their use. Try lone In this county r qnl. d) to roprej 't''t'IICter '
t bottle The prevention of consumption Is en- advertlM old ..ta lI.b4td wealthy bua. ;
: continued brought immediate relief and barns, scalds, sore feet or stiff joints. tirely a question of commencing the them. Satisfaction guaranteed by all sent neat and house of aolld financial atantlluc.' HalaryHl p?

Ce use completely cured her. But there' no seed for It. Bucklen's bee druggists. Price COctsJ3P ,00 weakly with expenae additional all payable 1
we most certain cure In the world of sill lads promptly proper treatment ID time. Nothing Incuh Olr..u. nU WedueeUajr from heed
r all throat aDd lung trouble Guar- attended to. Meet all train Stove Arnica Salve will kill the pain and core well adapted to ward off fatal long office.. Horn and carriage lornl./ e<1 when oeoemaary. -
inf_j Bottles BOcts and $1. Trial wood for sale at all times.E. I tbe trouble. It's the best Salve on earth troubles* Bole,'* Honey and Tar. Sold r OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, Keferenree.. Bnloe: Mlf-axldreaeml. envelope. -" 1 1I

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The quality 'l t going to the L h OGS :. ',..r'. .fi. y ': j. f :', "" ; .

and flavor of the fruit depends upon how felt that '.w : 'I,',: t ( fI: .,..:.0;;,', ,: ii ,. : \
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plenmhed by a complete fertilizer rich never forget 1.' .., .'"'1 -:.'. ," ":':;,''T:.r.q! "' .,>.'\k1'>, ('it'':,. i'
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former who writ..lor thorn.UEIIMIN told my story. n

New' V.rk-" News KAI.I........WORKS.t. .r such facial ,
AU..... m.t'4 N. Bread ft. almost a

have been Tri-'eckly Sailings. .
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word till I had

Free and ly asked me FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y.
seeming to BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling .
Accented Masons. '
after all be
IIII no blunder at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

Indian- No.-90Titusvllle when louse ho looking The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe

The stricken

River / v ,, bank or his Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
t the country Direct Service Between

Hold Lodge.Its meetings the r .econdand\ Florida.fourth Frl- his lowed bands him for Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points New Time Card in Effect January 12th,

Hotel eLyof Titus each month Mile at, T a'::3O their o'olook rasmIndlao p. in. River turned. It was (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .
T. H. Sander when be BEMI-WEEKLY:: SAILINGS
F.A.Morgan Senior Worahlpftil Warden.Master. was to find his .................. ...... ..... ..... ......... ... .......... .from Lewis Wharf Boston will in next issue.
M. ft. Bain. Junior Warden. .. .... ........... .. ........ ............from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville appear,
J. M. Dlxoii:: Trmwurer. before night In -
J.R. Walker, Seoretary. to the door
J. <>. Jtl"ok.. Chaplain.r. up Clyde' St. Johns River Line.
.M. before !'
Taylor Senior Deacon.R. For Information Relative to Trains
K. Mlinx, Junior Ueaonn. bank for the
O. H. Walton Senior Steward.A. (DeBary Line.)
A. Stewart Junior Steward. took a package BETWEEN JA'JKSONVILLE AND 8ANFORD.

11'P..W.Roberu M. Wooteu, Tyler.Hanhal.BAKER'S. and not Stopping at Falatka. Attar, at. Krancln, Beresford (DeLand),and intermediate land. "
en different Inn on the Bt.John's Hirer. "See the Ticket Agent.
The 111 used STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE."

-* for one day and appointed to sail' an follow.t Leave Jacksonville, Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays. S OO p. m.
although all Returning, leave. Sanford, Mondays, Wednemlay and Fridays, 9:30 a. m.

BANK full while he Sotltb-Uollnd 8ClIEDULE North-Bound .....
Rear down Head
up.
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{ died of a .. 3 all p., m. ....... ... .......... .. ....Jack eonr Ile. ,....................... Arr veW: a. m. \ f.
did. lie knew It ve .4 p. tn ............................Palatka......... ................. Leave 8 CO p. m. _, :
[Copyr!.bt. 1903. by C. B. Lewie robbed him. 300 a. m. ... .. ........ Aetor ..... ..... ............ Leav. ,:I 80 p. m. ,'
Ye 4 SO a. m. ........... ........ ..at. Franel.......................... Leave 100 p. w 4 /* I'"
There hnd been no less than three hare her ..............,.....lIereelorll (DeLand) ..... ....... ..,...;..Leave 1:1: 00 nooo. '
mysterious robberies at Baker's bunk 830 a. m. .......... ........ ..... S"nford. .... .. .... Leave. .30 a. m. .,,, : .
YOU KNOW 10:00: a. m. ... ..i...... ...... .. ......Enlerprlll8...,..... ...... ........... Leave. 10 00 a. m. 1.'' '
within six months.. They were inyHte-. : '',' "
moue because keys bad been unixl to When you take Passenger' and Ticket OffIce 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ; ; :,' ..f

open the doors of the buildln, and the Tonlo because 9. M. IRNMONGERaa.Asat.Gsa.Paee.Agt.:' 804 Went Kay. St..Jacksonville Fla. \:yr"Y'". .. .. "". I
printed on every O. COOPER Jr., Local Frt.Apt.(; Jacksonville" O. P. LOVBLL, Superintendent Jacksonville.Foot ." ,- ,. ,.'. ';
combinations on vault and eats bad singly Iron and Hogan 8t,Jacksonville"! Fla. o,t ,," .,
been worked Instead of forced. No fo.-m. No cure, I> .O. H GERTY. Oen'I Eaut'n. Fan*.Aurt. New York. CLYDSI! MILNR Gen. Frt. Agt., :New' York. 1 '
THKO. O. EWER General Manager.(; WM. H OL.VDK A CO.t.GeneraJ Agent ') <."
wntcbraan wan kept at the bunk, nor i Cheeebrougb Building State BU, Opposite Battery Park New York. :' > ',f : .::
j 'would Baker employ one. i O. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvllle Fla. :. ., : ;:
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Of course he raised a great row over' "Confound It!" ;, ', '

'the robberies the dropped a dime 1,1" ., : ..'
aggregate sum being : k

about $0.000, but at the same time be chine"Ha.Instead 1m :r of('! Atlantic Coast Line !I I' : :: :.

could not say that be really IUMlwctl'tlalU' friend. "I 1 (; .... \ R'y. ': ; : :. .. :< ., .
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L i of bin employees. At any rule he ,
ped the sea IPS. :IJr ;, ,. :'
.accused no one// and the sheriff and n ,. .
'detective worked for weeks and got California The Great Through Car Line from Florida. '" ,[" ."I: ,

1 mo clew. Naturally enough the* robber- Purely' hoc&e ....,'7': 1 ry. .
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las wore the talk of the town and an a product and TO THE EAST. .
boy of fourteen I was much excited hold. They Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence ", '",
and Interested.It disorders of the vla;the Pennsylvania Railroad. ir

was III the winter time that the els. 100 wafers, TO THE WEST. ,,

loot robbery took plaice, and ogle" night many. The Louisville &: Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile"t Ohio R. R. .. :;,
I ,? a crowd of us boys nnd girls JVove out 1 .
Into the country to spelling{ school. So\strong Is TO TIII3< EAST VIA 8TKAMSIIIP. "
By accident 1 wart left behind when paper that a Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Philadelphia Boston
the party started home and there was weight of 100) Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and lialtlmore. Via Savannah .
no other wuy than to foot It back. and Meichants' and Miners'Transporttalon Company for Baltimore

It was 2 o'clock of a still cold morn- and Philadelphia.TO ---- -- ,

lug when I passel) up the street on
ICKY! WEST AND HAVANA.Via .
which Halter's bunk was situated and
Just before I leached the building I Peninaular Occidental Steamship Company.

saw a woman emerge and, I luck tin Made at Jacksonville for all Points
door behind her. As 1 caught eight of .
her I dodged behind a pile of boxesAt lUILI' AGE TICKETS.

band and, pouring out. I saw her weed I Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the princi
look up and down the street for a niotuent railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.

i befoio moving/ on. When she Tuns. Like For reservations and Information !apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,
I started I followed antI
her
away great easily ; O. BOYL3TON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt.
was my surprlMo to sec her bait atBaker's when old laB West Bay .St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sert0l//S; i .
hotiw, four blocks away.It M. EMEHSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Qeu'l. Pass. Agent.. !
was not until I reached home and possible. WILMINGTON, N. c.SE.A.B A
pondered over the CIIHO A little that I t
made up my mind themutlled female Strengthen LOU.Ot//
tiguio/ must be !Mrs. Baker herself. would weak JrANxu.CT'J' .
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When once this Idea roil como to me weeds will
1 began to work on It. Early noxt
,morning I was out to look for tracks The best AIR LINE RAILWAY.

lu the snow and I very soon found Scott's % LOU

thane of the midnight woman. They is good too, ,

had rlk't. been made] by small and shapely to digest. FOR-

Rut bad there been ctlll another robbery The time COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINKS, RICHMOND,

at the bank? I run way from tion is when WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, tp5D .elm JtJI
strfiool to hang around the corners and coUJof
wait for new, and before noon It wns to hide it

known that another $: ..OUO package Others "see it, Two Elegant Trains Daily .j|
had been taken. The circumstanced cJ'i1JJ.l
were precisely the same. Some ono Don't wait Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. /

had entered the bunk and worked the deceive )' For ._.... ..
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ON NA MUAl7NOUTI1ERN
combination of the vault. Begin with SMOOTH
This last robbery started a run on to take LY LINE Operating Dully Through Sleeper Jacksonville to New O lean.. RU
the bank. There wets no cause fur the P
Hurry; as linker could pay $2 for $1. it isn't really J
but that and the mysterious robberies much the ; For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent : rcn

noarly! drove him crazy. I bad a Rood Seaboard, or write '
it and
forget
mind to go and toll him what I had A.;O. MACDONELL, As t. Gen. Pass. Agt. |S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass Agt. ToRAILWAY :S0lfYlll.E
soon, but boyllke.\ I vna afraid to do treatment. If JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
It. I did go to the sheriff, however and tion .
you { WASHINGTON NEW
-- - - YORK ASHVILLE .
beetle my story, but he laughed In. my -- --- -- -- ---- and

face"Hoy and, )'ou mild lime: boon seeing ghosts cured begin at in once Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C.
CINCINNATI
nod having tho nightmare. If you go rigidly CHICAGO, "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

i round talking this way to otlurs.they'Jl -United States rant Mail Route For- The NORTH and WEST. ,1Xla
ment you will .. t!.! "The Sapphire Country.
call you cruzy. KEY WE9T. CUBA AND TUB! Wfc T INDIES: VIA FORT TAMPA AND MIAMI FLA.
lIe hadn't done M. ir..t X>..! .
anything himself to Scott's %
aalllnK* la ffaot DiMMnibur, 1JO.I.: 8ibj ot to change and Individual po"tix>neiuent D/clad c..
1 dear\ up the mysteries, and he was rest all without I notice. Pullman On All Cam .__._
Te.las
perhaps( a little fearful that 1 might you I1UA.VANA (DIRECT) Llo ELY a..t.

strike a clew. I looked at It that way can, that Miami\ ...Thu"I..,., 8uu l.jr., aenam Lv Havana, ...Frldav' *, Mondays.\ ..4:30 p m SOUTHERN RAIL AT. ". T. .
I nod was not discouraged by what heold. that's the Ar Havana .. Friday. :Monday Too.. m Ar ;Miami ..&Unril.iysTiiemlas .4:00 p m foe w. Bar s.r... .J_ I....CART..... PL.Dlr.itl ...-C'WA.-.
: I bad no father to to and lUll I-KEY WEST L1NItLvMiaml.Ttet w.A..T1r... r.T. w..atnw. ,. p. Co .. .
go H. ........
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Sat ffWaraArKeyWeM : LyK..W..C..Weol.1"rl."p"f ....5-ooam: W.. H. T........ laegMy
: k u not think mother could help( In the .. ..Tue.. Thun, Sat Ie-U0 P D& Ar Miami ...Wed, Fri, San..s:00 P mru"ulrf'l'I A. o.P.A., Arne,o.
Case holding round trip tickets can occupy staterooms aboard while ship remains a*
i .f What I accomplished In the next two KeWill'.
days was this: 1 got from the banker's 1AMPA-KEY TVEST-HA .V LISELv1'OrC r---R-- A L V E -Fo// Tn-;
son Joe, the information that be I.t Tampa..Bun. Tue, Than 11 :IS p m Lv Havana....TUM,Thura Sat....13: :OO n'n y's Honey/ ,
Ar Key Weet..Mnn Wed. E ri 3.m p m Ar Key Went..Tt..., Tbun, Sat.... sac P mLv the most..iing.y| in the world.
bad been awake when his mother came Key l..Mon.. Weil. Fri .II'tItpm': Lv Key Wet..Tne ?hors. Sat ...1O( :30 p m cures cn/ds. prevents p'umoDl
In after her raid and while she was ArHavana..TuM.Tbun, Mat .. .. 6:00 a In Ar Port Tainpa.Wed. I'rl. Sun..... B:an P m ---
out for a couple of hours and he and ) ;NA89AC UXELv :' -

I were left alone In the house I made I11 Monday' Thnnday 1 It :on p in Lv Nassau Wednmdayn. Saturday toflO: p mAr THE ADVOCATE
t a swift search and found every dollar ...a A.r NII.a.... .,Frtilay .... 8,-00 P IQ Miami.Thunday. Sunday. <:0a m JOB PRINTING OFFICE

of the missing money In a hatbox InUN For rate,descriptive booklet or otber Information call'on rallroa-l ticket agents(; .or add CM,
garret: lu the same box warn writ. ; CHyT-Eg I. MYKK3, Manager,JackaourWe, Fla. All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.I .




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[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE .

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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open >
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Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All

street oars pIUS the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. HARRY L BEEMAN' Owner and Manager. '

Mrs. A, J. WALKER, Proprietor. ::;;} ,. ;::

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JCOCKLKDGK.; WEST :
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. PALM 11ISAGII. I '


American and Eur:>pean. Every department modern. '.,
Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE, FLA. Hotel "The Palms WENT> .\ BEACH, FLA. "
Near all oar bee Rates, $2 to $2.CO per day. ; ,,:

European plan. 75cts, $1 and up, one person. ; I ,
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.: A home-like hotel, well appointed, giving the comfort. without the cost of .. "f#j
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. the more expeiiHlva bel\utlfull.ake Worth, the k.
SURROUNDEP BY A LARGE ORANGE: UROVE. ones fronting on opposite ,
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Royal Polnclauu Hotel.Vhlte waitresses and cooks from White Mountains.Kluctrlo f :
ELECTRIC LIGHTS THROUGHOUT HOTEL AND GARDEN : lights! and tails. Cuisine the very best Rates, $:U to $3 per day. .1.'I "d, 'II',
he Everett Hotel 23;S West Bay St. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. ACCOMMODATION! 31)0.) Hpclal by the week. Address, "THE I'ALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. I ,{.',
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: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. RATES: $3 AND UPWARDS:: PER DAY. I
$17.50 AND UPWARDS: PER WEEK. ;f I
THE PARK COTTAGE WEST, 1'ALU BEACH, FLA. L4:;
Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. EXCELLENT BOATING, :

Newly Furnished. Rooms only.W. FISHING Now Open Under new management. "\\11t,l
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AND HUNTING.
G. WINANS, Manager. H. MASON, Proprietor. f
-- HERBERT L. I.EOq. Propiletor. Overlook Lake Worth. : .I i y4.;,
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Transient Rates, $j to $I./m/() ,'
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ST AUGUSTINE Proprietor of Laural House, Haloes Falls, Catskill Mountain, N. Y. '
Special Weekly Rates. \ :j
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: MItS. IDA B. UltUNER, Proprietress.' ,

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OPPOOSITHPOSTOFFCB.STREETS PLAZA ...,.. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA I INDIAN I RIVER. m.OOlS.lO_ <3Lso, r'lla.o Beach Club Cafe. I J y\

Most central. location In the city Strictly Ireproof. Sixty. .fine room well 'THK GREAT ORANGE OKOVERESORT : : i ,
furnUhe Rooms November to Jun.. Add.".. an above. I
ouly. Open + '4
i OF }t'L RIDA." (Incorporated) 1:

f OPEN: JANUARY MTU. ,0 0 ',
OHMONn JU ACJI. Z A handsome modern hotel located on (lie banks of the famous Indian '
-. Klveiv'la the midst of an MO-acre bearing orange; grove. Steam beat In Adjoining gronnds of Hotel Royal! Polnclann, l'alm Beach, on the north. '; ; :f
j every room, suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by i fl '
everyone the best in Kockledge] ; East Coast Hallway depot in the hotul

the Inn OltMOND BEACII, FLORIDA. :. grounds.Accommodations Oranges/ free for to 20O the( guests. I.lberallllllna/otoment/. arid rates. f+ Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.FirstClass ,i ,:.:{

: 8. n. PECK, Manager. Chef, Cuisine and iServlce. ;' I::
: Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petoekey, Mich. 2Lxtullnic
Ormond Station to Hotel
Open Ormond.December New, to England May. help.Car line$3.00:from per day; $l7.-;() per week. +...N.NNN- ..IN resort. ..of.tie 1Ni Great...k"UI"......|..Juno....to.OuUilKjr.... ... ......... :::Pr:1"Va,1c: : ; :]::>:t.n.I.n.g: : : :era.rlor ;I+

--- --- --- Orders received for Dinner Parties of number at all liours. '
ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors. any ti
WM. S. KKNNET: Manager. ... .-. .. --- "

-- Hotel __ MAGNOLIA HIMtlNOH. t I
IJAYTONA. Hew Rockledge .

- Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA 8PRIN03( FLA.
The (Ht. John River.) ,
Ridgewood DAYTdNA. FLORIDA. j'
28 miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line It'y., and river ..toarnem. !,
ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER. Open Ircplnccs In all room. Steam heat ElevAtor. Electric Lights. J I '
Located on Rldgewood Avenue-the moat beautiful avenue In the South. Pure spring ,,,,tter. Dry climate. No mnvqultn. Well-kept Golf course. .
Private Bath Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. Tennis Flailing, bhnotliig. Two swimming pools and bath. $I.OO per day. I ('.

Orchestra. E. D. LANOWORTHY, Proprietor. Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc. -- Special weekly rates. ,- O. D. MEA VEY. Owner.- -and- -Manager.' -- 44.II', 'i I '
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TITU8VJ LLE. ____ '
- H. R. SHARES Proprietor. p 't '

I: I72AN' ON-THE-INDIAN-RIVER.:RIVER: : :: :I3OTELf: -_ ,-- -._-- --- -- The Hamilton WHITE MIRING FLA. I't I ;:\t s !

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FLORIDA. -New, Modem Hlgh-ClaiM HotelON ;.,

',,TAYSIDE INN JENSEN, FLA. TUB OLD 8UWANEE KIVER. J
f Centre of Mneapple Belt. I., ,
I Finest mineral spring In the) world. Greatest health resort la the
J. G. BAST, Proprietor. "
NEW MANAGEMENT.
LaUNDER *
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Houtb Finest quail shooting In America. Write for booklet to ) 1r.I(/
Q Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean. Large
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JNO. S. BOWEN, White\ Springs, Fla. 4
DUCK SHOOTING. grounds with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting. Terras, $2 4 1 r
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r" 1 to $2.60 per day. Special weekly rate. ..__- _
and FISHING.
CHAS M.: cass, I'roprletor. NEW YORK "f.
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yr Rates: $2 60 per day. \ '

$10 and $12 per week. WEST PALM In cu.LaGRANGESEMINOLE .
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-- Hotel Marlborough :
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aiELBOUKNE. HOTEL WEST ACH, / i
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Broadway, 3/Jth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. {I f i
Fronting onJLake( Worth overlooking the Royal PoincIana. 400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electrlo lights. Con f I
Hotel Bellevue MELBOURNE, ducted on American and Enropean plans, and III managed under the personal t : '
MRS. OEO. C. LaGRANGE the _'
FLORIDA.A Manager. supervision of owner. \\vI ii t
E. 3. CROWELL, Manager. ., J I '
ludlan River. American Plan. 2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 per day. Special low rate by week or \ ,.
overlooking if;
healthy winter resort on high pIne land, -
month. Accommodation 300. the entire "
Open
Rates:$2.00 and upward per day. Special rates per week or season. year. PRINTING '
Write t0t'rates t0 The tame standard excellence of cuisine maintained which made EAST COAST ADVOCATE OFFICE. ,
MADAM E. M. CAMPBELL, Manager, the LaOrange-Colonnbla Hotel, Arverne-by-tb.Sea, L. I., the -
R. W. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. most renowned and patronized.seaside hotel. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING.. :

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ADVOCATE JANUARY 29, 1904.
EAST COAST; ,

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i DEATH OF REV. CHAUDOIN AUTOMOBILE RACES. E S. BRANNI Q. FREDERICK A. MORGAN i iBR
CENT A WORD. -
ONE
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if'Y : .W'( > The numerous friends of the Rev. William The Florida Automobile Tournament. G & MORGAN
ANNUM
N. Cbandoin, of La Grange, will commenced on the OrmondDaytouBeach ,
.JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, Advertisements this column will be regret to learn.that--after a short Illnei. on Thursday, and was the Important -

41 West Bay Street, Inserted at the uniform rate of One -he died on Friday morning last, at bls' event of this season, attracting I
the
FLORIDA. Cent a Word. No advertisement, however home, aged 71 years B months and 15 the attention of the entire country to
4 JACKSONVILLE, small, less than 20 cents, caali in days, leaving a wife to mourn his loss. unrivaled beach, the beauty of the sn- I INSURANCE AGENTS
FIRE
of countiEstablished note
Ctargest stuck lu this section advance each innertion Ordeia for die.- The Rev. William N. Chaudoln was rounding country and the superb

In 1SC8.: continuance must be made In writing;:(. born In Robertson county Tens., Aui that afford such superior accornodatlor i

Send for descriptive oatalogue.AUTOMOBILES.. /Mend: check, money order or stamps, to 10, ]820. Ills father was Elder John to visitors. Thousands of visitors arrived Fla.Repiesentlng
EAST COAST! AD.VoCATE'J'Ituevl lie,Fli Mlms Cbaudoin, of French Ilugueuot ex.: at Ormond and Daytona to wltnef Titusville, .
traction, and his mother was Sarah Ca -, these trials of speed. The Ormond and

who died when William, heroic Inn were crowded with !guests.
real estat thorp,
E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, six of age. After Messrs. Anderson and Price, manager; : Representing
est child was years
bits of relLl ,
choice
estate dealer,for has sale.. some Call upon him. the homo death with bin of half-brotber his mother,, Lewis he found Chat a- of Hotel and Ormond Mount ,Pleasant The Mount, While Washington Aloun-- E The Liverpool &; London .II'Globe The Pennsylvania Insurance I ?

doln. Ills educational advantages were tales, and Bretton Hall, New York, have Insurance Co. ,The Georgia Home Insurance <;,0
{, r STORE TO LET-In the ADVOCAT limited. lIe thinks he did not at. been Indefatigable In their efforts to E The Rochester-German
WINTON TOURING CARS, Building, Tltusvllle, Fla., 1IIItabiefor tend very qphool altogether more than two make the races a success. They hay r The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. IQBUI i 1:0:

STEVEN3-DUUYEA and any kind of business.-Apply to But he was fond of books, .tud- scattered literature far and wide, have = Co. Norwich Union Fire Ins Society

Or.D8MOBILES.GASOLINE C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office. led years.between sessions, and was able at leased and opened The Inn In order to The Etna Insurance Northern Assurance Co., of Eng.

ENGINES, MARINE, eighteen ;years of age to teach a primal have more accomodatlona for the crowd The Continental Fire Insurance Co.

STATIONARY and PORTABLE. TWO THOUSAND AMOOK RIVER school. who are attending these famous races Insurance Co., of NY.. Home Life Insurance Co., of X y,
Privet, $2i. O per 1,000; Strong plant. He was converted In the spring of 1841 Among the numerous prizes to be con The Home
L. CAMKKON, the seedsman, at seventeen years of age, under tbe tested for is a handsome cup given; by; The Phenix: Fire Insurance Co. Germanla Life Insurance Co
FOR SALE-2) horse power, 4 Cycle, Jacksonville, Fla. preaching of Elders W. F. Luck and W. Messrs. Anderson & Price, and one by; Fund Insurance Co. Union Casualty & Surety Co.

Gasoline Marine Engine, prloe, $116.0 U. Baldwin, and was baptized into the tbe F. E. C. Ry. Co. The Fireman's

V: horse power, 4 Cycle, Double Cylinder WANTED-TO CHARTER BOAT tor fellowship of New Bethel church. JIe The Ormond Daytona Beach Is abou --

Gasoline Marino Engine, price $22 .OOj six weeks cruise on Indian River, by; immediately commenced taking: part I In 100) yards wide for fully sixteen twice miles-daily In the above list of Fire Insurance After the Fire
received 'Inpresslons tlde-wanhed
and
firm
and smooth
party of four. B. II. Merrell, 205 Hogan prayer-meetinge, soon ,
this includes shaft, propeller wheel manetos St., Jacksonville, Fla. :2!t that he ought: to preach. But There Is scarcely a turn and no shar] we havethe agency; for
batteries and spark colls. Thee e being naturally timid, and lacking In curves, consequently the chance for aooldents Companies,

engines( are made and guaranteed by the FOR SALE-The Macolenny Standard, education, he fought these Impression Is reduced to a minimum. Tbi ALL the strongest In the world. Time- 1))

Grant Ferris Co., of Troy, New York. newspaper and Job plant, is offered for for two years, and then yielded, preach- races are being: held under the Associationwith ausplcei
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sale at a bargain. Full particulars Ing his first sermon on April 2, 18i8. InMarchi of the American Automobile tried and fire tested Insurance. Over--
AI-
given on application. The only paper 1849, his church, New Bethel, Chairman Fardlngtoo, of that

LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND in tbe county. Address, The Standard m.a license to preach. The yea sedation, In charge.A : Or- C a million dollars paid for losses from
Fla. following, on May 8, ISM: be was married grand ball was given at Hotel
Macolenney
SOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION, to Miss Carrie A. Frensley, of Davidson mond, by the Florida East Coast Auto Jacksonville\ fire"by our Companies"In r

9 county, with whom he has live mobile Association, Wednesday night
PRIVATE BOARDING on Merritt la poet happily for over fifty years. For It was largely attended and enjoyed. twenty days' time.
THE WHITE GASOLINE ENGINE,, land; Station, Cocoa; In private north leveral daring this period of bls The first pf the automobile races took I
Manufactured ern family, near Kockledge.; Superior years when thousands past favors and respectfully \./
Marino, Portable and Stationary J A ife he taught school for a living, am place yesterday morning, We appreciate
by Tbe Globe Iron Works, of board for six guests; $10 weekly.sale abored as a volunteer missionary He of people lined the beach from Or- of
for continuance
catboat or
cabin for
launch and ask a
1851 EIders The morning; was a
Minneapolis, Minn. 11:14tI van ordained In February, by mond to Daytona.
hire. Blair, Merritt. Fla. : W S. Baldry, W, I). Baldwin and bright, sunshiny one, which everyone,, business.
The Wizard Jump Spark Magnet, price Vllllam Brumberlow, at tbe request oJarrowbone who could do so, took advantage; of. your

i $14. Apple Dynamos $18. CAN QUICKLY SELL your Real Ell- church, whose pastorate. be !Some: few people, however, thought the Do not send away for Insurance, In
for cash no matter It was a r.riNrsue'
tate or Business at the time supplying. weather rather too warm. .
"
and automobiles are ran
a carried These In engines stock and can be delivered where located. Send me particulars, During the year 1853 he was pastor of grand: sight; to see the automobiles rush. some small company you know nothThe safe and the contents may be
prices, etc., and receive my plan. Its the Second Baptist church at Nashville leg over the line, bard ocean beach. intactbutifthereisnoineuiancethecontents; (
y promptly by free. CIIAB. POWELL, It 1) W. Mohawk lultlng it twice a moi'th. In the fall 0// The fifteen mile lace for a magnificent: ing about. of the safe cover only a small

The Florida Motor Co at., Buffalo, N. Y. year he moved to Nashville where he 1500.00 cup, was won by H. L. Bow. part of your I\S8et8)), the savings of a
' aught, and continued to preach to the den's Mercedes, by I15 seconds; the No other agent can write you In life time may vanish within a fewhours'

DAYTONA FLA. YOUNG CHICKS 1 1-100 or more. ISctt ieoond Baptist church. During his pastorate time being :1114-11.: time. Insure with us, protect
Box I. each, ten days old, safely skipped four with this cburcb, and while connoting Win. K Vanderbilt, In his 00 h. p. an- the above companies in Titusville or yourself, and, In case of a fire loss,

weeks after ordered. Now Is the timeto revival meetings, he contracted Dihiliator, made a mile in 30 seconds,, pet: enough money to put you on your
z1_. J.WOTLO"VV: : hatch for next winter layers, when a, beavy cold, aud has never been well beating the world's record. surrounding country. feet again.
egg are high. Brooders made to order Inoe. By the spring or 1854 he was a The official racing commenced yester- this and we are
for southern climate. Recipe for : onflrmed Invalid, and his friends lay, and will last for three days. Remember onlysranning & Morgan,

Sorehead, 2: ot8. Blair's Egg Farm, ; bought: he would soon pass away with there will be no policies Issued Insurance Agents,
Merritt, Fla. iiberciilosis. He was advised by his ROBBED.
clans to go! south and In November POSTOFFICE : by the above firm. Patronize borne. TITUSVILLE, FLA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .

WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY-Able- 1850: he left Nashville for South .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU

bodied, unmarried men, between the Georgia; locating In Macon, and becom- Titusville came to the front In a most
t ages of 21 and :35; citizens of United ig:, at first, agent of the Bible Board of unexpected manner, last Saturday morning -
States of good character and temper the Southern Baptist Cocventlou; later, when It was discovered that burglars
ate habits who can speak, read and the secretary of tbe State Bible and Col- lad blown the safe In the postofiice and J. R. WALKER. H. B. MACE. I I r

1 write Enlli.h. For information applyto orter Society, and still later, principalf made away with 40l.8l In ca h. i..
1 1 M Mvm Recruiting Officer, 324 W. Bay St., the academy for the blind, an Institution The burglars, having helped therasel-
,
Jacksonville,Fla., or :303 Bull st Savannah of the state, also located his at Macon.and veil to the tools they needed from Minis' J. R WALKER & CO.
he resigned position
4t later
Ga. A year Blacksmith shop as well as some small
ntered upon tbe work of pastor be In change tbat fell under their observation, DEALERS IN-
Later he
WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS. outhwestern Georgia. fret tiled to gain admittance through
t Patented in all countries. Only tackle came an agent for the Home this Mission sort of he back door and window, but finding Goods
Fitted bard, because be thought much for them and that the Dry ,
'/ block of the kind in the world. which all be door too ,
,! b. health better ,
his ,
wr with the celebrated Vinton Roller work suited For teal bars to the window were firmly Imbedded -
'Jq where long, bad continued very poor. la the after going
Bearer. Useful In any place masonry, Furniture
,
In Ueorpla.
" Fine Liquors Wines, Beers hoisting is done. With these blocks twq years he worked only district ,brough several thicknesses of planking, ,

Ales, Stout. Etc.KSr3ond one man can do the work of two. Theu he was commissioned Alabamaand Floilda.a )! seo-. hey gave: up that way and pried the

', me your ciders! Thousands sold in the north Call ttary (Georgia his health, he did ajtood front door with crowbars: chisel The Shoes etc.
this ( spite of poor employed to force the ,
order at
TITUSVILLE and COCOA:FLORIDA and leo them In working work along: ame means were
deal of evangelistic
i } oilloo, or the store of JAB. Prltohard* with' his other work and was regarded: door that leads from the lobby to the

Son, Titnsvlue.Dodo by many (m one of the ablest preacht forking had room.also entered Kline's dry -AOENrs FOP.- 1
They
;; t J. L. MOB LEY, snd one of the moat !successful evangelists Itoorlll.tore. where they appropriate
, County Lund. For Sale. in all tbat part of the state.Ills some $2U in cnriency and a comfQlterand CONTINENTALTAILORING- '
TITUSVILI.E FLA. work In Florida finally resulted .
f ,- agency blanket. The last two named at:
\, Contracts for all kinds! of Painting Kalaomlnlng For mile, cheap, the northeast quarter In the organization of the State tides were can l"d to the river 1 and soaked,
and he wits chosen
k' Staining. Finishing and Papei of southeast quarter of section 8, town- Board of MIsMouit, which meanll8uperlntondel.1t then dragged; np the street to the post- CO,
,: t llunglng, at the most reasonable( price hip 38, south of range 41 east; close to correspond secretary of mission, work. From office, where they, as well as mail sack
consistent with good workmanship.S used muffle the safe which wa
O. K. wood's pineapple plantation ont his were to CLOTIIES.
the 187(1-until TilE BEST
: q d Lucie River;40 acres then-about continued year In the work, and blown with nltro-glycerlne; demollabini:( ,1 f
All Work the East Coast death be has
, on Also, the northeast quarter of north- closely Identified with thu the door, AS well a desk, pigeon holes,
ant quarter of section 18, township 88, has been mme than etc, standing near by. 1'TITUSVILLE.
the state Co
Is Especially Solicited outU of range 41 east; on south fork of Baptist cause throughout lIe better known, Major F. M. Tavlor: ; the postmaster, John R. Walker & .

Let rat know what you want and get: myestimate 8t. Lucie River;40 acres Apply to any other man. was more universally was the first) to discover the robbery,
doubt
; on It. Prompt attention ClI.U. 11. WALTON, and, without other, Baptist minister in and soon bad Sheriff Brown on the scene, .
given to all work. Tltusvllle, Fla loved than any but, as his dog wall at Monroe's turpentine -
Florida. He was one of the wisest leaders ..N'100NNON.N000.N00N
camp and the day very rainy all /N.NNNA I !NN.ON N
much
had and

!J : William Hindle, For Sale at Georgian, Florida. of mission the that prosperity work any cause Is due that ever to haw Ms attended able, superln-the 'soon traces Four washed of suspects the away.robbers'were arrested departure in Tltu8-were i Morgan 'Ii: Banning Proprietor.. 11:. It. lUnkowooU Registered Druirglat.PHARMACY .


';' TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IltOtWORKER. )! 15 acres Improved centrally located tendency, seconded by tbe that cooperationof always had Vllle, and two In New 'Smyrna but all :
frontage; of 14 rods en Indian River a board of missions were turned loose us the sheriff was eatisfiad -
In him, and has always -
; Contains line young: orange: /grove in absolute confidence be l that they were not the men wanted i
' Work beating. Address, 'I'. II. CHA.MIIKKS, stood by him. For many years Sheriff Brown has done his utmost to RED
Plumbing Pump Pipe Fitting.
the honorable position
11 m Oeorgtana, Kla. has also occupied locate the robbers and winked almos. ,
\ Con I
Florida Baptist
GALVANIZED mON STORAGE of president of the day and night: off the case.

1 TANKS MADE TO ORDER Houseboat For Sale Cheap. vention.Viewed from any standpoint, Elder I TnUBVlLLE, FLORIDA
HHHB MMW conceded to be a gloat:
Chaudotn waR ROMEO AND JULIET. of
"Your Patronage Is Solicited For Sale Cheap', a comfortable houseboat man. lie was deeply spliltual, full of -
Dimensions: Length,53 ft.; beam; faith and the Holy Ghost, yet having! In PURE DRUGSNDI'DRUGG SUNDRIES

COCOA, FLA. 13 ft.4 in.;draught,inches;headroomIn tbe highest degree the courage of his On Wednnmlav evening next February 1
cabin, I 0 ft. Anchors, sails, bedding convictions, genial and companionable, 3rd.! hhnkespenru'a' play' "Romec i : ; 10- Prescriptions Filled With the
Bros. and cooking utensils, etc. WHO and conservative, tactful and ro- and Juliet" will| | be peifonned' at the : t.nost, Care and Promptitude.1WWE .:,

Hodgson This cosy houseboat Is now lying at sourcuf, having a big: brain which has Opera bonne, TltiiHvllIe Those who are WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
I< Tlttisvlllo and will be sold cheap. been highly) cultivated by readlug nnd familiar with Shakespeare embrace al : Brushes,
EAU GALL1E, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.. Add ru SH, J. M. Lnitln, Tlti.svlDe, Fla. obttervallon, a hall body, but a soul ell times the opportunity to see any of Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Peifumery articles, kept
which Is bigger, if possible, than tbe his immortal plays. To hone who are ., Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other
Marine Kail way. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at body, a sagacious leader, an effective not It Is a revelation-so far beyond the .i by up-to-date drug store
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers this office, at reasonable rates. Give preacher! it loyal friend, a true man. petty plays of modern dramatists: from JtlT- We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. Oe00Nmvv.vvvvvvvnvvnv.v.vv.vvvvvvvvnv.vvvvvnrvvnv
..Special Facilities.. us a share of your work. huch WIIIV.. N. Chftudoln. It war'forMs any and all points of view, that there f le .............................................

symmetry of greatness and nobilityof no possible chance of comVlul on. ?
>r Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing character that Stetson University, The plays of Shakespeare are Ibo most
JOB PRINTING
KINDS OF
Yachts and Launches. FOR ALL two or three years ago bestowed upon widely read literary productions that '"
remember the ADVOCATE office, and him tbe houoiary title of doctor of di have ever been' written In the English: \
when writing. : Fire Insurance !
Mention the ADVOOATB :
the Bible
-------- ----- vlnlty.It tongue-or any other tongue E" d J9
is an act of simple justice to say alone excepted. If It were possible to

Robbins & Graham Co.lnoorporsted. that much of Dr. Chaudlon's usefulness collect a copy of each of the varlout :!If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and
due
Stanley hitching In the Master's work has been to the editions that have been printed since = J'\e...
loose it is own
ministration :|you everything your
and sympathetic
time could
affectionate
hakexpe.ire's a large library .
.If..Atr.
-Dealer In- ( .) of his devoted wife, who, hitvlng no be made of them alone. His plays have fault.; FIRE INSURANCE:: sufficient / yv.. .!,..
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l CIGARS PAID UP CAPITAL *;a ,oon.oo. children to care for, bas given her life to been! translated Into the language of all E:to cover the value of the property uid ; a -

fISHISG TACKLE, STATIONERY, ,,, ministering to his feeble body. And civilized nations, and they have been ;; household effects should be car lied. ..,.'.;"\ t' yes't i; + 'il
Thiscompany owns that her reward In the bet- ..,. ... ''
Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China who will say printed and circulated in almost every ... rt
Rates The .ry.
and Temperance I>rtnks.he L 3ST:: ID S ter world will not be equally as rich as conceivable fashion. Ills plays have are not high.solvent reliable eoml.anles'and.liberal. 'It '
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following brands of cigars: delivered his own? held Sunday been enacted In every land that has a All Claims promptly paid. .... .,., .....;.. a R ti
On the St. Funeral services were by actors of high: and low degree.;
Rivet Country stage "
at $4.23: ; per box of 60: In the Indian ; : morning at 10 o'clock by Rev. L D. Even the Japanese have played Romeo Write us for rates on your propeity. -

IlumboUlt, Key West Smokers, Fremos,, Lucle River; at New River and on Bay I Geiger,'secretary of the Baptist\ State and IIl1et-and a peculiar Romeo and = Don't neglect to take out a policy. -- _

Cromo, Cubanas, t'ohaUkl. Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. Board of Missions, and the deceased was Juliet It must have been in the land of =: Schuyler & Wilson
flinch Cards, ()()O.; Hand Made Palmetto I laid to 'rent In the LaGrange cemetery, barl-karl. These facts show the Inv .
Hats, 23o.; Send for Land List. Baptist ministers acting as pallbearers.TO I1\ Dlle popularity of Shakespeare as. a. :: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.iAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAA. 0 r-z

STUART, FLORIDA Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. literary force-greater probably than I
BE MARRIED. that of all other writers combined. -
'liotneo and Juliet" Is the Immortalstory

East Coast Meat Market following -Invitation has been re- of youth and love. Taking Inci- -
ceived The at this office and we wish the dents which really happened In Verona, E L3RAI:: : &, s:: RO-

couple every Joy and piosperlty Shakespeare constructed a drama which TV
O. F. DUREN, Agent. happy young will last as long as tha race endures. ---- TTfi -

.-....., Mr. and in advance Mrs. Edward: I.. llrady requestthe Without affectation, without artificiality GROCERIES, GRAIN AND i AY, AND. ALL FOOD PRODUCTWe
at the mar It Is natural as Nature Itself. That
of
Have eyes examined and fitted honour of their your daughter presence tUne to Mr. Is the reason of Its endurance.In handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER
your 53" a riage We deal the above line of trade of
MoNalr Wooten, on Wednesday, addition to a splendid acting company exclusively In goods and solicit the
toy the expert. O Frank tenth of February at high noon, of 16 members, gorgeous; and his- ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
Wb the church Titusvllle torically correct costumes, scenery, properties E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
MANDAVILLE Gabriels Episcopal ,
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DR. O. Saint _
; ( and electric effects will be added. 0.---
Tltusvllle, Iorlda.iIQr" t tom. Florida. Don't forget! the day and date, Wednesday

February 3rd; Opera house TI- INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
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