remedies recognized by eminent !- ------- gere for Havana can leaveKtaml FrUIays ll.u* a. m.a. .. arrlvini far WW* BMuB.
The salable quality of any farm prod 11 fXI TO.,and remain la Key Wast naiU a W m. Sunday roUsertag, aua at that MM .......
physicians as the best for Ocean Steamship Co .nth.dteans ipoOllvotte'arrlrtagfav.a.Mndaygernbg.Per .
uct Is greatly enhanced by the tasty
Kidney and Bladder troubles. oapy of local time aard vddraas any A cent,
and proper preparation of It fur mar- -

PRICE floe tad. $'.00. lu'. This IM peolally true with dairy "Savannah Line"
II. U. WIL.8ON & HON. products, vegetable\ fruits poultryand DIRECT LIMB...

r ..... live stock. Uniformity of color Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
-------- ------- ...QUICK TIRftBRAILWAY
and ale In a lot of {chickens a droveof '
Florida to New York Boston and the East.SHORT SOUTHERN
_ JNTERESTING "PICK-UPS. bogs or steers IN always worth monkey +w

. to the owner of such cowm dltl .UH..TO i'
'noe laiy farmer!. always lUre of I I
One In which to DALTI.OBB. PIIH..ADBLPtII ,
epap a< weed pretty good way ;i
I mitigate the bad roads problem Is to ..... YORE,
One hundred thousand ton of Al.. market little or nothing/ from the farm CUICIHMAT1 LOUiaVIULB. t 1
b&aa coal bare recently; been sold for which Is not lioltaj down. The wise

tMUvery at Gl *ifovr, Bootln. d. man will not haul oat., corn and wheaten ATLANTA > I,

( miles to a depot; be will put his BlnIRSNA, ,_IEPHI" .i.r"j': ''III!"
California I* etpt'('tliiir a crop of 12&- grain Into butter tub!, egg cases, hogs
ry ryt .Ii
000,000 pound of pnmu this year and _ ....'"h. It would seem to fill Ult all full marketed and which will bring him aT. L.OUI8 KANSAS CITY, ,:

of prunes. two; prlcee for bla : -
s -- And all Point East Had W..'V f;

,, A slobbering horse la not a pleasant pia Foe
animal to nave to be with still It la no (
more of a nuisance than a slobberingman. CJ: NO OTHER LIMB AFFORDS t)
:BY :J.A.N'D: .A..J.VI: :) 15I7:: l. D.C> ... -.&v'FIs 5. Ir j

't Two rows of Scotch pine given auffl- THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,

;, elent room to grow will In ten :years Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah.. I VU avasiMli and Ctwriott. N. C.
make an Ideal windbreak around the
farm homestead. 4 Ships each week 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL

WMMW-HM Ww i N.' C.
lI Via Savannah and CbarfstU, I
A tulip poplar tree 20 feet In diameter {

and 250 feet In height supposed to Jakel TO N"E]3 w YOFte THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, It I 1

be not leas than 1,000 years old grown Making close connection with New York-Boston ships or Sound Lines. Via J...up; i
near Easton Md., la dead this summer AU ticket ajtents aDd hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. y
It la said to be the largest tree knownoa Write. for general Information, salllaf; schedules stateroom reservations, or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS.

the Atlantic coast It baa been E. II. IIINTOIf, WALTER HAWKINS, Via Jeeap.
from time Immemorial a favorite mark Thin, pale anemic girls Traffic Manager Gen'l Ajft./ Traffic Department

for the lightning and le seamed and enrich Savannah Ua. 224: W. Bay St.: JaoltHonvUle, Fla. j,
need a fatty food to != Through Y..tlbul farrowed from crown to root with the.oars Sleeping Cars. Through Coaches, Elegant Disiliig Car*.
made by; the storm king.A their blood give color tol]:

method of protectingthe their cheeks and restore their ;81I Seaboard Air Line Railway Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between JacksosiTlM and CJnd....., 0.' c cd
very yU AalMvllle, N.C., and K oxvtli.. through Ttlfi LAND. Of TUB SKY.'
cabbage plants from the ntragesof health and strength. It, is (

the cabbage worm baa at last been Unexcelled service from Florida all .
.4-.covered. It consists In sprinkling I safe to say that they nearly to points Through Trains vU Southern hallway are cow Operated

ps wdered red pepper on the plants I all reject fat with their 1OOd. ; ZLTortla. East aped -vv-sst. In Connection with the. Plant System from Jaakaonvlll I t

when the dew Is on. While the worm Two Paine dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Colombia
I grows fat on hellebore, ashes and other Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Colombia With sleepers carrying for SUMMED EXCURSION TICKETS at Vify Lox Ritu oa Slit .11111110 1 Sijt. 30r1800 ?

TCfcU insecticides enough remedy,to,be while establish cannot new stand baa Ita claims been cayenne t..t.ell to.. scogiji2s0I9I Washington, Baltimore, Phila. and New York.Also Pee. -...sah.dules and Information, eaU on or W.I.address OOABY.T.P. ..., .}:j \ 1

tlJ West Bay atreetJaok.oaviWTie.
merit Try It. with Cincinnati! m ,
Sleeper, via Asheville. I. I. X. O 'LP. W. A. TnmC, ... H. KABDWICK.TraSV :
LIVER OIL ....... O.BJ r....At., Awl Oeeu r.*.Aft.. e i
When a farmer can take a calf and COD ...... .
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"Dixie Flyer ,Ik 0. Waaalmtao.D. O. AMaalaOa. .\\\1\ ,
/ .
by feeding It the products of his farm INWO II7SINTLf.rLINEiSGWIs "
:: rl
make It worth $ro when It la one year Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via t) ,

) ClI4 easier It la to a do very this profitable;you must boalneea.hare the In exactly what they require tit < Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville. i

I'WIit sort of a calf-a high grade Polled not only gives them the im- ; Making connections for Kansas CIty, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. PLANT gYSTEM. f
Angus, Shorthorn or Hereford and IttOIl !
,most be given the right sort of food portant element (cod-liver oil) Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia '" j

,lt'' aad care. Enough men are doing this in a palatable and easily di- '< River Junction and Pensaoola.' )
that should Pull information on application to any agent of this company. 1 f
; to conclusively prove more The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:-
formbut also the E.ST. JOHN, V.E.M'fiEE!:
da It. gested hypo- L. S. ALLEN,
1st. V.-F. A G. M. General Superintendent. Gen Pass. Agt. To the East t via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
The quail Is one ot the birds which phosphates which are so valuable Portsmouth Virginia. and \vMhngton.and The Southern Railway, via Savannah,. Columbia .4j, ,

., errry farmer can well afford to pro in nervous disorders that A. O. MacDONELI* Assistant General_Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.. Washington. :

feet It gets Ita, living from weed ----- To the West t The'Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L* i
seeds and Insects, and were It peso usually accompany an mia.SCOlTS ., N, via MontRomerr.: The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia t 4 i''

r butt. there should be 500 of tbem on EMULSIQN is a MALLORY STEAMSHIP 1JINE. and Asheville. The MAO R'y via Montgomery.

each quarter section farm \In the coun To the East! via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, .' ::
: try. When the town dude, with his fatty food that is more easily ; Florida, New York Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants Miner t '

G tOO gun, and $50 ,dog Invades the Philadelphia and Boston. Transportation Company for Baltimore.
farmer'a premises after them bird. digested than any other form ; From Brunswick(direct),to:N..York. To Key West and Havana,via Port Tampa and Peninsular 4k Occidental Steamship

th* granger should compel Mm to of fat A certain amount of PA88KMGKR SEBTICB. To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada, I'
'trrvsL I Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax Uawkesbnry and Charlottestown.will : (
flesh Is necessary for health. < TG make eoBimettons with ._Ift.... Ivan .Je kU.
beoaewlfs OTaloa Depot)oa Tbandaj vU(Cnmb.rland.oue.. ), to M am. .' "
The a mouse one You can get it 'in this way. ; Famandlaaat I JO p. m. Meals en muta. ; or"all RAll" LOG .J..L\I, .IltIlL Tova STS T Xvrs a
, 6tr to the buttery and so a cat bad p. m, (PUnt Hv.t.m) arrive Brunswick ...oooa p.m. .Passengers will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern States to ,.
arrival at tirauwtok _...
p >dlraetly aboard ...
C* be procured. Before the cat caught A We have known per < r sLv.ICavYoTk.Ptar FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System; during the season of 1900-1001( United '
(tat mange abe bad eight kitten and PBOI"OPD" a.uLDf08 to return until Hay 31st, with liberal stop-over privlledges In Florida. H
.taSM effort to ''care foe her family fee sons to gain a pound a 11 ..1L.CIOp.: m., (standard Time.) Lr.", Braaswlek..Friday Addresses parties In the north sent to the will be liberally vtf
wMte It. Friday ..... .........,....CO1O.Aq............ ................ ,. Dae T undersigned )
b l cat caught and.killed erery yoaifUra"U day taking FwtdaJ', Deo. f......',... ....................Q GRAND.....u............ ., 'I'rWaI. 01. piled with all Information and, handsome advertising matter. .
>' the neighborhood, 1 the whole rrldal. It. ..... ......... ........: ;...tlda,. .. 11 Fa M. Jolly
dad 1 'aad M.b.alldr.tgw. Friday, at.:::......:.........::::,..:.OIOOa ANDB:.::...................Friday, XM Dlvfslonl'aaengerdgent. 1
to Hamlet'sjiWOQny ..
JtenttiHTn'calling' SCOTTaBOWMB, york. \ .
+ pee lowest isles,reservations ana general Information,apply to ,.138 :)Yeat Bay St, Astor Block, JaoksonvUle.FU-. I
_" "'I'Ll. e.tao"bear..tb. d...e6eea etatasa etese'R ** BAIIiLOILL, A...... nowaiat.- -.1l18. B. 'W.. V/renn, ra.u.nge Trame Manager Savmnnah, Oa.W. .
tOs> we have then Ar .. thoe we know .8.8AY1OIfD. AI, Brea.wick 6. ,
C *.t of *' '1.'... -Uo you alter your drinking water C.i3.1IALLORT A Oo,Oeaaral Agents, lirrn.g Slip aaa tW Broadway,11..Y., B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, Savannah. Oa.,
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in Lake ErIc.VICTORY ,


"4. FLORIDA. "Just Far Enough North."

L i. : -q i.; L "That Delightful Climate

',- J. G. BAST, ProprIetor, Don't you Know?"

,J ) '. : The Island of
Geological Wonders
__.', d 1 \'. Il! I The hotel fronts on the llt- iJUar: : "M'( \ ? ; '
tp. .
wIde.woepofbayTRnIle Native(
( Wines and Fruits.
In width), formed by tho Ohio.'p] i l
Indian River, making I .
rj-Th 1fi i delightful summer re a Historical Battleground of Perry'sRRFCTEP

1TT'TTh- ; bigU. sort. Constant coo ) AT A COST OF THREE \
Qr breezes fiom tho sea am .. Victory The Ideal Resort at

bay. Flowing sulphur QUARTERS OF A MILLION : ,
which to '
spiings. Special winter enjoy your Summer's
rates.Tltusvtlle DOLLARS.
Biid's Eye view of the World's Famous Hotel Victory. Outing.

I- ___ rdlng-Ifoules.. : HOTEL VICTORY, Put.ln-Bay, Ohio. The World's Largest and Most Charming Summer Hotel

lims': Boarding House,. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ful Lake SIX Erie HUNDRED, being 54)0) AND feet from TWENTY-flVE and 80 feet above guest the room water, 80, situated with baths, covers 0 aores of ground, has 1.000 foot of b'rond verandas facing and ovorlnoklng boftutl-
Allen., 40.. from Toledo, 0., 22: from on highest: point of LAke Erie. on one of the $group of bountiful Island M.) miles from
Pleasantly situated within short Sandusky, 0., with lines DetroIt
distance seven of
of steamers
Railway Station. Special water. to and from the above cities. (lall,. Cool sudden
Absolutely no mosquitoes. air. No
attention given to Ladies. "Sporty" Golf with well kept links clianges. Pure
Transient and
I rates reasonable., Special weekly for the floe days-they good tennis court. Flahln Boating, hnlllng. Bathing Cycling Caves
or monthly rates. prevail. Billiards, Pool Bowling:, bhuttleboards, Natatorltun, Dancing. Amusements Electric Cnr Rides
brass bauds and Orchestra. Innumerable whom the rare days
21 acres of lawn. Air rainy keopsone Indoors.Large .
MBS. C. N. MIMS, Proprietress. elated to the Fullest extent because Invigorates, scenery insplrcs-acoomlble by good walks and drives." A White Service. Cuisine Famous.
-....--. your appetite la good the above makes It so. Surprisingly; cheap rates to Families. The Children's Paradise. Appro
Open on June 19th for Season of 190
I I. Rates
JACKSON: VILL13.f $10.50 to $25 per week $2.50 to $5.00 per day
Souvenir folders, rate cards and testimonial book
application. Address,
(After June lit
Qt .' Ohio. T. W. M'CREARY, General Manager, 724 Monroe Street, Toledo Ohio.

he James! JACKSONVILLE, FLA. snot, and A well known man In public life wrftm' : IOU l III a "Rroat "''';'0. It Is a boon to the Invalid a Meroatn the T"-;;;;: ,
connlderinir Itall A.
\ the olenu and comfortable nanxtlxo to the utillilmn and the
howl. earoworn
theex..II..llt mother. It
UL. ( Season 1000-1901.) Now Open. air Jlllatlon and all of the philanthropy nut of,It,to I can iinrune conm thu'lentlotmly|| ,*.r"y lwn that<.it.wn newr<-H..In. niy if YOU lire Iwror"t-ulnlne" have the rmwiveit InWirtmlinii no royal inolaty return, the. vory III...pretty.' my InwainiBiit.iflrln, the nimir The a.hlllrllhl.Hotel l Victory. nrvlitmtra' nhiiulil, the 1m itrnolom known lanilKnape, nAtlll'tliMn, the healthful. tF
Visit the everywhere Th... 'J.. __ __ 'H' Ohio with a stop off orlvllflore there YOU CAN GET IT. Pan-American Exposition at: Buffalo, Insist on a ticket reading via Put-In-Bay nn nl>-
-- "W a uv ''' &VUU''UQ 1iO VISI'tOrs I;() !".orl | Clients with In 18C9 Increased, the St. James has increased In size and added to its appoint. --- - -- --- -- -. -.- ._---_.. -- -.- -.- n -__ .. __. "" h ._. ___ ..
popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. ST. AUOU8T1N13.
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest grounds In Jacksonville, 1)I1.ANI),
facing the St. James
Baggage cheeked to all

Orchestra Its music, and as will In be the past seasons, wilt be furnished by point.Prof. Ed. Proutv' Hotel t I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .
of high grade. This house
as the past, is under the Magnolia D'I.AND
and management pleasure; of of guests.J R. Campbell A first-class, and ,everything Wine Room will and be Cafe done attached for the to comfort hotel. Opened for the season, Deo. 5: 10K( ). Hotel College Arms FLOItlDA.
t by mall or telegraph, J. B. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. A large addition has been constructed, adding Fitly More JCooms ,

most of which have a Southern, J;xJ)ONure. They aie newly and NOW OPEN.

INDSOR HOTEL-. JACKSONVILLE FLA. handsomely furnished and nearly all are connected with Privatellaths. WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL APRIL 15th. ,

The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its former Situated In the high plno region on the PLANT SYSTEM! ot hundred

p size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an miles'' south of Jacksonville. Rooms an suite with bath. Steam heat.

lixpendltliro of $:'HOOO. A first-class Ol'chelltrlwill furnish Open fireplaces. Klevator

music twice dal.I,. Rates $:J.fiO to ii.OO per day. Special weekly and. FINK OOLF LINKS.

monthly rates. Special terms to parties. a Twenty miles Ibellllal. For terms. and booklets apply to

Propt ietors.
O. W. IUl'L] Yr Uanngor.NKW .
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Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam llARt. Porcelain baths. Ocean House
Rates J.OO: t'i.aO and J.OO per day. Open the entire year. Liberally NEW SMYRNA, F1.A.Osenitoking .

conducted. Capacity 2 O. More than Fifteen Thousand, Dollaia, WAS I the
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAH ROUND. expended this summer on this hotel. River.
IATES, $2.50 and upward.. Every modern Improvement that
DODGK A CULLENS. contributes to the Health,Comfort andPleisstne of Us Guests has been TilE SPORTSMAN'S JlO IE.

added, regardless of expense. F'. C. HAYDEN, Manager. finest Fishing and Hunting In Flo Ida.

_. . F. W. SAMS, rroprotor.NIltIU'rT $. .

u. s. HOTEL;\ Hotel St. George, ST.FLORIDA.AUGUSTINE!:, I Merrttt'n Island.I . H _

FLA. Pioprletor. H. S. GRKRN, Manager. Riverview Hotel :

(Formerly the Carleton. : d2 Now MKRRITT, FLA.
) Open. Most central '
location In
St. Angus- On Pine
High Land. Health, comfort and, sport. No better Hunting

Is- now... open, under entire new management, as. .a strictly. first-class bouse.BL .. ftois;' line. Rates: J.OO: $2.SO: : and J,00: per day. and) Fishing Fioilda Sulphur bwlinmlng Oath. Vine yachting.
Open about Jan. 1st. .
For further particulars apply to J. J. WILKINSON, Manager.
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Formerly of the Putnam House, PaUtka.) AUGUSTINE . .
''i Everything first-clans. Centrally located. :
attention to Com Hotel Indian ROCKLEDGK
River ,
mercial and Tourist Travel. Large, well lighted\ Sample: Rooms. Grand

Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. View of Bay and Ocean from verandahs. Rates 92 to #2./W/ per day. FLORIDA*

Special weekly and monthly iates. Under'' New York management. Entirely New Mnnnirenieuti

Sample room free OEO. C. LAGRANGE 1j420.000
Proprietor.PLAZA on Improvement* till
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located.: Thoroughly rep'iired and renovated Messrii. lleggs A MacDowoll have leased tills. w..ll known hotel year.fur
o' Newly \.. .Isbod throughout. Liberally'conducted :.. . HOTEL of five years, and after an expenditure of *'!(),OCH'( ) in improvements n period have
Ratea t2. Q per day and UJ). ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. inside mRde 1& one of the best equipped In the f.ItRle.: The hotel has b !en painted
and outside, rn-deoorafed) nnd
newly furnished.
B. W. SPERKY, Proprietor. This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located itroveil MUiilturr idnmblng has been limtnllcd throughout The Intent Im-'
Postoflice, Bank and Cathedral. neat IOUAle. All the) modttrn.oonvuolenovB the
loclndlng steam heat, and
Rooms BOcts to tl.OOper day; $1.50/ to $0.00 with private ballis. The only hotel at Roohludg room
[J per elootrlo .
FLA. an orchestra.
Fishing and
fotel t 'I Placide V. hunting/ are among the
[ L. P. Anderson, cl.lefcIArk. SANCHEZ, Manager. tires of this resorr. Tennis, bowling, billiards, trap shooting, boating special font-
-- -- are A few ways of odd
---- spending
---- - lUtos ,
D. moments.
S. Plumer -- si nnd 1
' steward. PAtATICA. ---- --- /H: |. cal weekly. Aucitinmodatlons<< a.TO. upwards per day.
XiROOS A: McLOWPLL.AttrsetionsPuII.besrlng ) .
& The most popular of Jacksonville's hotels. Opened under new management. -

' American plan. Rates f 2 00 to 3.00 per'day, 10.00 to $15.00 per week. The Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA.

Special rates for parties by week or month. Good cooking and table unsur New Rockledge Hotel ON INDIAN RIVER.

\. passed. Rooms and Beds best In the city. It has seventy elegantly furnished Open all the year. Rates $2.50 per day. The only brick hotel In the Now Open,
rooms, one half of which have open fireplaces, and wljl be let on European on Overlooking the St. Johns the River.beautiful St. Johns River. Convenient to all
plan If desired. Lighted by and electilcity. Toilet. Table Waters-Free-stone and sulphur. orange grove, livery, bicycling (ten miles
gas and Hrer
bath .
on lights and bells. All street cars pass the door.J. (lii! ) bowling alloy, boats for Hulling and! ducking flee
t floor. Good sample room for the commercial men. Porter meets all train. WATKINS LEE launch to point of Interest. Northern cooking ani excursion on
Prop'r. white .
y with carriage. J. A. ERSKINE, Proprietor. -. - iiv story addition has beet built to this hotel, with private bail,'.help A,new A
, MAGNOLIA reception room and ball room had also been added since last
New The
Rockledge; \hotel Is
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE $3 per day. Special up-to-date Correspondence In very solicited.respect. Bates, '?.M to-

FLA. Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA.St. II. P. SIJAtlKI,' ___n_I .6_ III.nv".., .n.h'v..u..v_".
. American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and ( Johns JUver.;) .
open 28 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line THE
ed this Fine and Plant System sod river steamers.' PLAZA HOTEL
season. cooking good table. Hot and Cold Water Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam: heat. Klovators. Electric lights. ROCKLKDGE, FLA.

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, Fishing, Shoot'Pore This handsome new hotel, located,,
Two on the bank
log, of
swimming and Turkish beautiful
street oars pass the door. Rooms GOo,..75o'and $1 a day. Rooms and rates. : baths. 94 O.OO D.per SEA oi'I,VKY. Special Manager.weekly In reception tile heart of of the far-famed A Indian hive orange region, In now Indian open for RIver the

board $2.00 to 92.50 per day. - --- -. ..- -......- .. ____ Imagined than guests. more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
---- U' h ______ Rockledge, with Its beautiful walks romantic .
Mr. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Oft1IIOND.t ; orange groves line boating, fishing and bunting. Rooms scenery with bearJog
bath Jiate iili private
par day and upwards. Special weekly rates.

AND VIEW Hotel HOTEL COQUINA OKMOND, Ir100 ,.\. ..-- --- .. _. S. H. PJCCK", Mansger.
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. the Ormond Jieacb. - n. - __- .__-_ -.__- -_-. -....
Nearest Hotel to Union StaUon; three blocks from new Postofflce and Convenient for Bathing Cycling, Driving, Promenading, ,
Government Baildlngs; centrally located on Forayth .treet, between - Fishing, etc. No obstruction to the view of the rising son The Netherby
Bridge and Cla/Sts. Very pleasant Parlor. Office and Dining Room. and moon. Horse oar to Station and Orroond Golf Links. EDEN On-Iadlao-Rlver FLA
Large: sad airy sleeping apartments, Ilnlll. '
; or eD suite. All white Rates'$3jOO per day.
help. Well and newly furnished with modem Improvements ElectrIc On. of the lovelies locations on the river. All
,. Bella, Hot and Cold Water Bath.. etc. Popular Prices.E. ; B08THOM A STANTON, Managers.SEACKKKZK. lion and cold bath. Sulphur: Spring.: Excellent modern Improvement
I'llInc T of fruit sod Ice. haL Oysters dilating water
H. SANBORN, Proprietor. ance. Northern, oooklojl. .. f/esh vegetables/ abund-
1/OU1 handsomely furnished
: comfort of .II home. Train with all the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE COLONNADES plantstloD. Pineapple district. stop II as,..Jiaxton M. A. CURTIS Station Alanlgef.
ffiL OXFORD . ,
Opposite St. James Hotel I ---- '"-' '' -- . - -0- .....__.__. __.__._.._ __

1'CoCfonlent to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and; Electric Lights, Steam neat, Private Baths, Ocean Pier;San Bathing WEST PAUl JIKACIf.
i uomelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Boating, Driving and Wheeling. Best bicycle road. In the State.
} stay. Bate very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when la Jack tickets via Florida Zeal Coast Bay The WEST PALM
(IODYIlle. By., to Daytona, and take Colonnades'' Palms BBACH, J'.LA.

2 MRS. H. O. :JTINLXY, Propr. bat-twenty" minutes to hoteL JAfl. P. VOTING. Manager. ,f A flmUtlass hotel, situated on beautiful Lake
'electrto bells, bathl, eu. opposite Royal Polnolana. Electric] lights(
HWOOD HOUSE cornerll ;1 and lttrei1' The Clarendon ao Inn HAILBOAD STATION, DAYTONA, FLA. lilouetala hotels. Rates f f./, f:J.6O and, clerk$3,per cooke da,aDd. Special wsitr.sce.rate from by the U>.White week.

'. Fatea, 9J.CO Per da)". Special rates by the week or mooth. Good Overlooking the Oeesn. HOTEL SEM1NOLE '
Opposite ocean pier and WIST PALM
; pavilion. Electri. BEACH
:;, Lb1e. ITo and cold.water baths, eto. Tea vlootea from Depot bello. euaa baat. Table and service aHUeJIed. Winter FLA. ,.
; sad Poa&oIIICe. 'B.November o sste to all May.trataa.Enlarged and vastly Improved sine* last MMOD. Entirely wfuralslied. TlrstHsIasa.. ZxceUwwe of cuisine a specialty. '....'

Ma*. CARL C. CUBTXS3, Proprietress.. LEONARD GILL Rate .:a.BO tot3.00.r: ; day. Special rates by the weelr. " .
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f: TOURISTS Will. bo collection Interested of In our CHRISTMAS LAND.IN THE SUNNY BRILLIANT,; ENTERTAINMENTThe Robbins & Graham Go E. L.. ::E3E :C ::eeO.: ,- !,

...SOUVENIRS( OF'THE feOUTII... Ladles Progressive/ Culture.! Club -DEALERS IN-

What Our Correnpondente Ha e to S..y. gave an unusually tine entertainment In (Incorporated. ) FOOD

1 Mf'ea; S9 About ChrUtma. December the Opera 28th.House A, last large Friday and enthusiastic evening-, PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL PRODUCTS,

Jacksonville, 25; East Bay St.St. :! . Among reports of Christmas festivities audience greeted the participants, This company owns We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We ure and agents solicit for the MAPES trade FERTILIZERS of all !: ,
Augustine, 17 and ID Alonrar. crowded out of the last Issue of the and every act was roundly applauded We deal exclusively the above line of goods consum.
Palm Beach In Hotel Royal Polnclana ADVOCATE arc the following: The Initial act,entitled"Living Pictures," in, .A. ILT XD s. era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

In which seven distinct performances E. L. BRADY & BltO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
CIIBlaTMAS AT MIAMI. In the Indian River Country; On the St.
were given was beautifully executed.
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, Miami was by no means "left out in Mrs. Dr Rollins Introduced each of these Lucie River; at New River and on Bay =
the cold" at Christmas and we question events with appropriate readings from a W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLDSMII,
: If we did not have a more enjoyable time") Jean Ingelo's "Song of the !Sevens" Biscayne, Prices to suit.the times.
s Brewing than our Tltusvllle friends. There wasa Mrs. Kollins ft trained elocutionist and Send for Land List. Carroll & Goldsmith '
Hue Christmas tree at the ,Oartbslde every recitation elicited hearty applause. < ,, \

Louis Keg and Bot. building "belonging to the Presbyterian Next came "Living,Statuary," In which Offices at TltusvHle and Miami, Fla.. -- -Dealer* I -
thud, Ib",er, church, which v as largely attended, several little girls mounted upon stands l''
The First Methodist Episcopal church and draped In white cloth,, presented a GEO. M. BOBBINS F. A. :MORGAN: GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ,
Bold R. Miitlow Menre..' :F.TI i In.r/lie,1i A. txmley/ I and$. had a beautiful Christmas tree as well very real appearance of marble statutes. Yreeldenh Aetnary.Brevard , , ,

By Mr"Jt, L. MoLl ow, ('UOCl", Klit.. as appropriate exercises. The Methodist; When the curtain rose again/ Miss Mun- Crockery Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited
By Mr. W J. Tucker Fla.Cocoa and. church also had a tree and grand eoteitalnment '. chew came forward and delivered In Abstract of Title Co, TITUSVILLK, .. FLORIDA.: /
Fort Pierce in their church. .
pleasing style "A Fish Story; which WILL FUlClTSaAbstracts ,
CHIIISTMA8 AT VERO. proved to be quite humorous. The applause '
JOSEPH ZAPF that followed Indicated how of Title Protect Your
The Christmas
tree was held on Mon FIRE
I day, the 24th at the beautiful residence thoroughly the audience appreciated the INSURANCE
Sole Agent. of II. T. Gifford, there being a good effort. At the conclusion of this recitation FOU LA.ND8IIN Property Against ,
In Miss Grace Held rendered an exquisite Brevard County.
many attendance. The treo was well
610 to 620 Wont Bay Street, loaded with presents and all returned cornet solo. Miss Grace Is a member Lx: ::aTN"XN"aaJd.: OYOLOJSI"JDS.::
of our famous Indian River Band, Office under Law Office of '
home much
pleased with the gifts they and her solo on Friday evening more GEO. M. ROBBHTS represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutua) Life i
than mot the high expectations of the Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of Pa.e City ,\
CHRISTMAS AT SEBASTIAN. audience, who manifested its delight by Trrl18VILLJI:, FLA lavest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Fhlladfllphte,.

Choice . The Sebastian Social Club gave a ball loud app aUle. But the blight little star I For Rates, Information, etc-,call on or address CHAS. 8. SCnUYLER
WlnesLlquore Christmas night which was well attend. of the evening was Master Mark Brown, East Coast Meat Market Titusville. }.I..... ,"
err ed by our young society folks, the admission who sung to an acoompanlmnnt the"Jer )
. and Cigars, and "Just One Girl." Master
fee being $1. The club /gave another sey Lily,
: Guaranteed Pure. ball New Prof. Kroe- Mark acted roost perfectly these parts G. P. DUREN, Agent.ce RIVER ICE FACTORY. ,.
ger, of Indlanola, furnished the music. while singing/ and the audience was convulsed O'r.f INDIAN i ifir
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& Sold at reduced
The M. E. church held a Christmas with laughter. At the conclusion Oro
price tree entertainment at the residence of IT .of each song be had to respond to an encore ".".'.".... -. TMUSVILLEV FLA. .
( Imported B Howard. The tree was well attendedand and was vociferously applauded ;. ca... Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

Taker Win, the children received many useful bolh events. This little boy of eight c-::> s:>:I paid Backlog for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing la my motto.

from Italy. and pretty prc entll. years la bright and intelligent, and we s:>:I
J he will make I=S T. T. WBTMORE Proprietor.
The tree at the Union Church was the some day name "_"'" ca... ,
John best and largest that we have ever seen for hiiriBelf. -
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here, and wan the first to be erected n a { Miss Louisa Brown, In her fancy dance, fir

it t Metropolitan Saloon, 12*] East Bay St. church In this town The singing was wan loudly applauded by the andionoe ROBT. L. MOTLOW "
fine and the recitations who fully appreciated her endeavors to :
'i very were un- -- coI ; :: ,
{ ,f JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wkulmal usnlly good. The church was crowded please. them Mrs. A. K, Wilson followed =S .-..

: and JR tal1...M and the deportment was. poifeot. Every with.* recitation "A Legend of Biegenz" p.. 3 COCOA and TITUSVILLE, FLA. 1 "\
body that attended received a gift of that leached the high water, mark of ex In : :

.{ ;;: HOTELS BOARDING HOUSES some kind.' Santa Claus came down/ and I cellence., Mrs. Wilson was delightfully TITUS VILLE, FLORIDA Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 3.20 j r,
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made the children happy by giving them natural, and her gestures were exceedIngly -

I AND OTHERS. so many presents flora his generous graceful, as she delivered In Him, Southern Home
hand. clear and well modulated voice tbe beautiful {

legend described above. This effort ,j
Bird Food
CltlilrtTMAS AT EAU OAI.ME.Tour Mocking
was also rewarded with /generous ap
correspondent has been rattier plause. A solo by Miss Aleph Mlms followed Jas. Pritcliard <& Son.Hardware
j( tardy of late In sending Items to your which was /greatly) enjoyed by .

,' newsy and popular pink paper, which everyone pre ent. Miss Ml ins singe with
see everywhere from Jacksonville to expression, and upon this occasion she
Key West. We bad a grand time In Eau sustained her In
good reputation
Gallle at Christmas. One of the finest every _ealoro': :: :Itls--::
,; 'fl"y"1" want Fresh. and Halt wautr. Fl,h,Ovuter respect. Immediately after the solo Mrs.
'Ut nn' Turtle, eui., ,go ton. II KLTON, Whole, trees on Indian River was the one at Dr. Rollins appeared upon the stage and 1 ell
I '.....Mild Retail. Fl"li anil 0).ter C..ny| trot Tceiitler hall, to say nothing of the su- recited in her Inimitable "Mrs. Kup-
o.*.ua, ic, rod City Market. ,Jacksonville, Fla way
Derlor exercise by the little
.. H __ ___ _' ones and gles," which proved to be the most humorous -
singing, byl\fr. J. A. Gilbert, who Is ever production of the evening. As 'ia .

I1 f :Citizen's' Barber Shop ready and willing, to assist In the amusements have said before, Mrs. Rollins is i a trained we f Rr .01pl
I.r at Eau Galhe and Melbourne. elocutionist and her acting upon this e

Artistic Hair Mesdames Xesbltt, Davis, Sllokney and occasion was excelled only by the richness
Shaving Ilebard deserve much praise for the able ,
t of her .
Shampooing eto., Porcelain Bath Tube. voice. The vigorous applause A;,
In which conducted
manner they the
at the conclusion of this recitation Indicated
ilCverythlng -to-date at reasonable rates.
up affair, for they remembered every little that Mrs. Kollins had completely
I. H. COLEMAN: Proprietor tot In town with a present.
captured the large audience. When Mrs.
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CHRISTMAS AT OAMYAIT. Hollinn retired from the platform Miss
r Mine Brady contributed one of her most
The of the school at this*
place rendered at tin- Christmas tree, magnificent piano solos, and every lover Fresh every day 25 cents a pound. Ttt- ..oi11e, F1oJ:1d e. arFl
NEAR TAYLOR, of music listened with an Intensity that Prepared only bv
a' was very good. The tree wan well laden CiIriY.
augured its profoundest sdmlratloo.Tbl""ooomplhhed HENHV R. THOMAS
l with presents for the young and old.J. ,
: r Artesian WellCONTRACTORS I). Same deserves thanks for procuring -, youog lady If a graduate ; Chemist Druggist./ La Villa Pharmacy I I .
la music and her performance Jacksonville Fla.
and decorating the tree. Friday evening was not. wh.... behind on THE WALTON RAPID CALKING t
= CHRISTMAS AT her best efforts.
MBRBITT. very Mrs.'JlolllDS then
t TIle
f f t }, The Christmas tree of the Indlanola closed the exercises with a choice 1'ooltatlon Brc"very

: ' f Eau Gillie, Fla. Baptist Church was filled to repletion entitled, "A Love Affair," after O1O West Buy St Jacksonville, Patented In the United States. ,'Oreat Britain and Canada.
with presents for the merry crowd, old which the large audience filed out of the /

___ and young night to which enjoy congregated the festivities on Christmas of the. Opera' that house bad, fully transpired.satisfied with everything '. I Wines Liquors'an'd' Cigars. PRICE:: ,$4.00 and $3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the HT.,S.

ii, CURED at HOME Santa Clam In his Inimitable way. Anbeuser-Busoh Extra Pale on Draught.

L! Of those who participated prominently) BI EVARD CIRCUIT COURT. Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. In. Use of the Boat Builders In the United States..
f by some Principal
I :NO KNIFE. - MO PAIN. In the exercises were John Macdonald, The bust of Service: and a pleasant qulet *

.t" I, i Sand for free book. AdJren, W. R. Sanders John Field, George/ K. Verdict of mayaH,19 In th. Tvylor-Hntoh-; Resort JOHN F. MUNCH Mgr. For Solo by {
n Cancer Sanitarium Sweeney. A. B. Sanders and the Misses Fir
Alice and Beatrice Sanders. Inaon Bolt. Have Your Hotel Jas. Pritchard & Son art
L BBLLETIEW, FLORIDA.Don't you registered in the ,
The adjourned term of Circuit
: (r convened in Tltusvllle on Tuesday the : International Hotel! and Tourist Bureau TITBSVILLE,. FLOBIDA.GAY .
tr" throw away your money buying ARRIVAL OF A FINE LAUNCH.
I patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice lat Inst., (Judge M.. S. Jones presiding, of Boston?

r t I alone la worth a gallon of "cure all" and lion. J. D. Beggs! prosecuting. The If not, Attend to it At once, and send a
By Invitation of Mr. Roome, an ADVOCATE Judge swore In Jf. J. Webb assistant
: luff. Write him at
States package of your circulars to be distributed. '
1 J! representative visited the fine attorney *
) For Sale. launch Roamer, of New York, which I In consequence of the murder of a Also BROTHERSPALATXA
:'I I anchored oil, Tltusville on Wednesday, white man in Cocoa on Monday after. Place your advertisement in the
about 13:30: A noon, whose name, so far as the
p. m. cursory glance authorities
1 eholce Daytona hammock, on the land Halifax cleared, sic fenced acres around showed us one ,of the fluent can learn, is C, Burke a traveling BOSTON HOME JOURNAL
launches that has been on Indian River umbrella repairer who was ,. FLORIDA. GROCERS.
,1.r', One-half partly onsh set with balance orange& tree.100.cent. \ for some time. She Is 75ft.. Qver all; struck on the side of the head and his through which this Bureau la conducted. 1
t Address, per beam, 12ft.; and draught 4ft. She Is skull crushed in by Joseph Henderson. Write for full particulars. '

A f COCBTLAND BUCKMAN, propelled bv a SO horse-power Globe gas a negro, a Grand Jury was summoned W. WALLACE WAUGII, Manager. W* make a Special Feature of our f'
engine, and by 35 cells storage battery, and brought in a true bill against
,;..J' Hogan it., Jacksonville, Fla. or by nail and was completed Nor. 12th Henderson. 147 Summer street, Boston, Ma... :

Master's Sale by the New t York Yacht, Launch and The first cane brought before the Mail Order Department.Knowing :1Lr:J

Engine Co., of Morris Heights, N. Y., Court was a civil suit, Fred F. Taylor Clyde Steamship Line.
and__ coat_ annul Sift_ !__.(Ylfl___. _HAV__ iilalncr.. VI F). H. If ufcnhfniinnMr.. Taylor snarl
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II f },'I, UNDER. AND..> BY VIRTUE Or A DKCRRR: speed Is lOt< miles per hour, stud her to Mr. Ilutchinson -botell in Grand; Tickets and reservations via. the Clyde how difficult It Is la some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES : Ik ,'
Court""' of the and Seventh tale entered Jiullolal In l the Circuit Clroull maximum speed 11 miles per hour. Rapids, JIlclu, taking a mortgage and I Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. CBBAP- families can send us their order with the assurance of having them filled 'r

Ai .f FiortdMIC.nd for Hravard County, In ao.u.. Tbe Roamer can be propelled by either note for $7,000, Mr. Ilutohinson undertaking H. Walton, at the ADVOCATH office, Titus promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
wtmlnliitnlur tUnroln ilDiwnillnK wherein :t.i W. Kenyan M gas or electricity by tbe simple turning to pay all taxes. Before the vl He. We carry the roost complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and bare "
I la New York Urn Ktti ts of switch which note became due the of many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses. -
\ .( Whitman Knnyon,doovaMil, ,In a transforms the power city Grand, )
and tiliie,Wllbllr,at. at., are ri.r...oomPlah.1 i Rapids paved the sidewalk in front of If in poor health consult Dr. Vincent SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. ,1)
: .ell at pulillo anotion In front of Un Oourt" Moui running the hotel charging the estate with the, Mohawk "
Yom', In TltuiivUI, Via., upon UuFIRST which/ building, Jacksonville Fla.
MONDAY trloal power to run the electric motor, cost, Mr. Taylor paid and then ,
IN rBUBUARY A. D. IDOt and also to supply the 36 electric lights, foreclosed the property, which realized ESTABLISHED: J8TO. ',
'I' wad tsri.a boat the for hour canh*of the isle following, to the dwurt bIRhe.t with which she Is equipped, and for the under $3,000, and is now suing hutch MAINHARD; BROS. \

.4 real MUI aud bnlldinm and Iniproveutenu MX)0: ( ) candle-power search light. She has inson for the value of the note, 7000. .
I i ;l thvrwm' .d ,.hnate.lln! Ui.Town of Tituerill,, lira.v refrigerator capacity for a week's supply and $10.000 damages for breach of con \

i.otan.(16TwotmandTbree(3)of Oountjr((;twltr ) ( ) Rerdall'i olll'e and fresh meats, and has canned tract. ,lion. J. D. Beggs, who is attor Gleaning and DyeingEstablishment M. Lane & Son j

aejitlUnn.., to .renoitls. shown Oil the map of goods and fresh water supply for one ney forMr.llutohineonnalntgina that "
Vravanl<1 addition. on, In the Clerk's Omens of month, so that there Is no danger of the paving of the sidewalk is not a tax 12 Newnan St., Clothing "

."..0.''. asfiillowsi Oniinty. belojf.d..orl'l UOUlm.I1olalf by on neta the shore and suffering from this cause should the within the meaning of the contract. cleaned, dyed repaired and pressed
fA' .r ladlan Rl"er where It I. lnt neote I .. North )Ibuof the Italwplne Orant thence run Her sailing radius Is 1,000 miles, that attorneys> for Mr. Taylor maintainthat JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"n North
a.uth Him alonit
t "f t Wes.ilnug the run South line 80 ofngCenr'lln attend the stored replenishing in tanks fuel In a, watertight which Is gasoline compartment Instructed their say In the the Jury matter to render, Judge a verdict Jones VISIT the most peculiar and. Interest- Southern Fruit and Produce !

saw' being I urkedbyeCanoe lug sight In America . . _
; vrOhur{: Kant tide. of Flint Street, thenoe In the bow of the boat. From this for the plaintiff, and Mr Taylor was "
letith alnni, tint bant aide of First Street 71n.a compartment the gasoline Is led la awarded $(;j2ft.70: damages. THE FLORIDA.OstriohFarmGo.. .,

tkenca teat to tte North North TS degrees line| of West the Dolenplna aloiiK the Great North, pipes outside the bull directly to the CO _:rx:3.1ss1on: :: > :tM1erchac..ts.: :: : I

Uae of il Pro..J. Culture:
lee the land which lultuated and explosion from leaky Club.:
upon I the dwelllnr { pipes Inside the SPECIALTIES ORANGES
Inr.h.see Jahn of A,";Hughes,ur, now oooup"4Alimthe b1 tt.. yacht. She steers either from the pilot : and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils Card and our quotations

fiilluwiiiK. tract, to wit I A email pot house or a bridge/ on deck. She loft the Next Monday, January will furnished on application j'
II.n.t the UelMplue Grant adjolnlnic the above ship yard In New York Nov. 12th, and be a business meeting 7th11901! JACKSONVILLE. 't
b property on the.Smith, wuioh ft enclosed within stopped at all the _
Ue, reuse: eiimiundlnir' : the land. first shove dee- principal cities en of the club are requested to be present !
..1 l>u'l. Th. two treats being the land within route Including Philadelphia, Norfolk, as business of Importance Is to be trans- 1 rrr 1.1I
i tile ,enolumire. upon which tan.U tile Wilbur ort, Charleston, Savannah Fernandlna acted. HI. A. -WADDELL
aveillug ana out Mmes in Tltuavllle. and Jacksonville, where she The t
Progressive Culture Club
REI>4.1UCK, : ; A. B10RX, extends ,
4janU..b 81":101 Mauler made a cruise up the St. John's River a vote of thanks to the Tltusvllle Social a---
On board are the following: Mr. and Clnb for the use of the hall on Friday Cosmopolital Real Estate Office f
Mrs. H. C. Roome ,
A llargalu. the owners; and Mr. evening December 33th; and also to all
W. C. lioorae, who acts as electrical those who assisted with the entertain I

stile A new outside. very of attractive Hendersonvllle- house C., on sailor engineer and; olCap'-| Henry Van Dorn, a ment. ETUSI.: COCTAST, Seo'y. I ylT BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMIRalf !

We are Informed by Mr. Roorae who ,
main Flat Rock: rood., Eight rooms
1 sere lot. Well. Furnished. gave the ADVOCATE office a pleasant call Appointments and Chang.* on the IP'. E, Dade County in generaL, Loan
JO.OO: and Collection .
meatb. Prloe $.,5oa Terms to suit per yesterday, that tbey will stop at all points C. Rail...... -T Agency.Agent lt
of Interest
HaNKy between Tltusvllle and Miami, '
and from the latter place they will go to The for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands. located at Ft Landerdale,
llendcrsonvllle X. C. Nassau and other places the Bahamas Florida ADVOCATE Is Informed that the 2 __ : Jlallandale,.Fnlford, Ojus Biscayne Little Riser, ttlarol, Coooaont Grove
East :
fl There 1 it but one Chronlo DUoase speolaJUt I The Roamer left for Kockledge this have made Coast Railway Company --r-h. and Cutler; also the Estate of DB. CUTLER besides many desirable water
\ of note In Florida Dr. Vincent of (Friday) morning. Jolt Is following changes: R T J fronts; Fruit and Vegetable Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
jMksottvillo. Write him appointed superintendent; Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lauds
for on West Coast/
blutiks. symptom K B Carter general road master; D P N arlVM rlgantlo birds lUndlng t to 10 foot :
FINE CUTLERY, pocket knives, razors, Wing, superintendent E T Mao- high vclghlnii iM to."a pounds eacb. OvtricnaftaHofiJif1011

t -fC Reading" notice ads. on this Chafing dishes Uelpt ware. Volgh, tralnmMter. Mr< J R Parrott Is ;: ,*UMn* sad baby oauloiwsOalttn For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for ;.

ae Rye cents pet Has per week. page (lao. U. Jf JtBSAIJD, vice-preaiden; and Mr J P Beckwlth, I escort rfalton through the f1ll'1ll. .,.- ARMOUR A CO., Fertilizers,' Chicago, AIRMOTER WaD MILLS CblcagaAvenue
1. Sanford Fla. traffic manager, as heretofore.* 'plumage all about UM bird, UwlriDMts,habits, ,
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Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00328
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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OCAL NEWS KJJT" Deed blanks sold at this office. -Mr O C Floyd of the F E O Rallwa -Mr. F. E. Bond, of the Bond Dumber THE NEW YEAR )have engaged a well known chef and Intend 1

wont to Miami yesterday Co., Is In town today.M to make the cuisine a strong feature
Judge J. D. Beggt of Orlando bas of the homo
I. a Topics of General Interest. been In town tMa week attending court.Mr. -Mr. L. R. Decker returned here, Sa< L Sterling! of Crlafleld Maryland Twentieth Century I>.no..

urdoy last after an extended visit to arrived in town yesterdayMr. A enjoyable dance was at On January lOtli the Kenllworth Inn
Tuttle of Miami'sprominent very given
Harry one Elmira N. Y at Hlltmore Ashavllle N. C,, will open
THE ADVOCATE and affable citizens, was a W. E. Votings la In town, having the Opera house, Titusvllle, Monday for the eHHon. An excellent golf course :.
pleasant visitor to Titusville oa Monday -Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, who come up front West Palm Beach ;yes night, for the purpose of dancing out has been laid out on the hotel grounds.' !If
1.150 per annum, In-advance. the nineteenth and dancing in
are In Daytona are expected in Titus terday. century
w Jl.OO six months, .. -Mr. Willis Gerow the genial representative villa everyday, the twen'leth. There was a much larger Manager Vlnlng, of the Colonnades,
l 1:.00 per an. to foreign countries. of the Standard Oil Co., ha County Assessor J. F. Wootea and attendance than usual, over forty persons Seabreeze, had. a very Artistic Christmas ',"

been doing business along the East: -Rev. Sidney Wilbur formerly of Titusvlllo Dr. W. L. Uughlett, of Cocoa wore In being prevent and they "trippedthe tree In the hotel parlors Christmas day. (n

A T !: EAST COAST ADVOCATE is on Coast this w<>ek.Mra. left Ohioigo, on Wednesday town this week. light fantastic'1 to the strains of Many of the gunnts participated In the ,t.,

1 W |t the following news-stands, at five J. F. Simmons of Detroit. for San Francisco, Cal. -Mrs Jaa. E Andrews and l ml.y have Prof. Kroegor's orchestra until nearly decoration, and the alTalr waa a thorough e

t I per copy : Mich., passed through) Tltu"vllle, Wed -Miss Alice Hatter returned to Jack : returned to the Indian Ulcer hotel from one o'clock a. in., .although It was a very success and highly enjoyed.' This was

['uavllle-B. R. Wilson &; Son. nesday, en route to Itockledge to join annville, Monday, after spending the I a visit to Tlbbals.Minn warm' olaht. It was quite.u delightful the ninth nnniml ChrlNtmus tree that

J. B. Screvon.ksonville ber huabaud and to upend the winter 118 holidays with htr patents at City Point. nlfnlr, end! several, of the young ladles. Mr Vlnlng! hall nriaiiReit for guests at,
< -United Stated hotel. usual. I Ida M Dodwon la at home on n anld they had never spent a more enjoy. his hotel,-Peninsular liiceze.nivervlew .
Windsor liotel. -Mr. 'V. F. Babbitt, superintendent visit to her patents, but expects soon to able evening at a dnnoe. '
i Duval hotel. -Mr. Henry 0.) Eyer, one of Cocoa' of the F. E. C, Ky. News Bureau, was a return to her schuol at Eden, Among the Indies from a distance. our hotel Motiltr, has been

. r' R News stand Union depot popular young men, who has been northall passenger on Wednesday's southbound i -I Rev Father O'Boylu was In town reporter noticed Mr. snd lilies Hoe, from undergoing; extensive Improvements
a llnulwood flooring ts being in the
MoNamara A; Dozier, 20!) the summer, passed. through Tltusvllle train. Green Cove Mpilngi Mrs H. M, Green, put
of days the first efIii. week
or so dining room, Repairs( on the dock will
home for time. Gertrude
West street. Sunday, en route a : tves I'lilla-
Opellka Ala.1110111 ,
Master Fred Harnor stopped over shaking bands with his many friends, ; bo completed this week Near" Taylorare
He South America this .
Cot 1 m expects to go to ,delphlit; Mime Nellie Brown Hawthorne
here nnill
from Tuesday Wednesday, on also sinking a well for the better
Reading notice ads. are ten cents winter. his return to Rollins ; lie spent Master Will MoKarland returned to 11'111.1 Misses Ruth and Maude Jlaidee,
College; supply of the eloctrlo power-houe and
e on this page. -Mrs. E. Webster of TlbbaUi, who the holidays with his parents at; AukonaSI Stetson University Wednesday, where RocKlcdgr; Miss Annie Pmldlson! Point of the hotel. The owner Mr. T. F.
he hits resumed his studies In the
id the article- "Watermelon went to St. Augustine! ChrUimas Eve again Ca.wt'U l), N. C> Nevlns of N. Y. will, makean I
upon I us Daisy Brady who has bee business! ,
>- college, New Year's Day was Tint /generally\ observed
Dr. Iden\
'. on our 2nd page. to undetgo medical treatment by spending the holidays here, returned td spot of his Merrltt( property.
S. G Woiley, pbimed through Titusvllle, Mlas\ B. A. Hollliter, After a visit of us a holiday In Titusvllle only :
TEjLB Kingan Hodgson, of Eau Gallieiflylng Monday saying/ she had been cured anwasail < Stetson University Tuesday much to a week or more with her friend Mrs the bank and puHtnfllco being closed. Mr. Fiucl F, Taylor! owner of Hotel'
I y trip: to Titusvllle: on Wed the regret of her may lends who The weather was. beautiful although Phase, Rockletlge; and the Indian River
right again. Jennings, at Tlbbals returned to Kolllns
00V wished sho could have remained longer. College, Winter Park, yesterday' morning many were of the opinion that It was too hotel, Titusvllle, has, done a good job by
clni -Colonel J. A. Davie, special examiner warm-ovr lit) degrees in the shade. the latter hotel with a plenti tt
In the C. C. Chllllngworth 01
l' t>. 0'Hern. representative -Attorney> having stopped over at Titusvllle supplying
of the United States Pension Bureau There wall nothing of particular Interest of water This week Mr. ,'
Tine-Coca Co. Atlanta was' In West i'alm Beach, came up to town 00 from Wednesday.Mr. '.
l tog morning.Annie } Washington D. C., was In Titus Sunday afternoon for the purpose of to report. The day was ushered In by Taylor started making other Improve f ,

Titus Tuesday vllle from' Friday until Saturday, when arguing a law. case before Circuit Judge 8. G Vanlandlngham who durIng the blowing of whistles and horns, and ments on the Indian River hotel, He

Paddlson left hereyes he left for Jacksonville. We acknow- M. J. Jones on Monday, when he left for the past six, weeks has been ship booming of fire craokeis. says that the large tank made for him #

>r Eau Gallie, oo a visit to heIr ledge a pleasant call. home, ping cedar at Jupiter belonging to the by Mr. Tom Johnson, of LnGrango, 'la ae

I [ George F Paddieon.ILIlla Mm. W. J. Tucker and Miss Stella Bond Lumber Co., returned here the Qua ft piece of work, of that kinds as ((19 I
/ -Mr. Basil GUI the energetic; agent/ of tint of the week. The larger part of A JACKSONVILLE WEDDING ever "aw\'
who has been Tucker who have been visit ot
Sanders on a severe r
1' |e Misses Sallie and Bessie Hall. ) months to New YOlk, Pennsylvania vllle the Mallory who paid Steamship a visit to central Line, Jackson Georgia this York valuable wood woe shipped to N.T evening On our '7th page will be found the ad"L ,

+ her',home at Cocoa on Wed- and Kentucky, returned to their homeat On Thursday last, In the private of Hotel Victory, Putin4isy O., which
business last
Oflioo returned
special week -
< Ifoit Pierce Friday lost much to Mr. W apartments of Mr. and Mrs. I). W. '
on home much pleased ,with II. Rowton the foreman la was so successfully managed b, Mr. T.
the pleasure of Mr. TUI' er. R. J, Riles' jewelry establishment West Sperry of the Duval hotel, Jacksonville, W. MoCreary last summer. It Is one
Tzrus his
H. Andrews of rialnesyllle trip. .
took place a quiet but pretty home wedding
I Bay fit., Jacksonville received a very of the largest summer resort hotel lathe
I here Friday, on a visit to his -Dr. and Mrs. Chits.: L. Hill promin- k when the charming and talented
-Cap'W. II. Sharpe and Messrs. R. A. handsome heavy gold of p, charm asa world and cost three-quarter of a.
for ent residents of Scranton
and left Pa.
F Ir. Ja Andrews, southbound{ were Conkllng and .Too. N. Waller have been Xmas gift from his employer, sir daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hperry-formerly million dollar It has I3fl: guest rooms, 1 :" -1;

+ GEO turday. Among Sunday' passengers. In town this week, attending to their Riles. Mr. Rowton I III very proud of his known as Miss Maude Sperry-was cover six acres of ground, and will accommodate '
their winter home Indian. "
route to at ,
' ollie Parker,'nd Prof. R. L. en I, duties ae county c commissioners the report present united In the holy bonds of matrimony 7,700Ruests. Tourists from tan
f attended the teachers' con- ola where their many friends are alwaysglad of which has been crowded out of to Mr Allison B. Humphries, the marriage part of the united States and Canada -

w. Cora khia State at Tampa, returned to give them a hearty greeting.Mr. this Issue for waut of space. Owing to the many hnndrede of ADVOCATES :( service having: been performed by make their summer headquarters at 'i"a
: we send out every week we the Re,. R. II. Wsfier. D.D. rector of St.
|udaylast. and Mrs.. A. H. Smith well. Hotel' Victory Pubin-Day. For further
'known and prominent residents of Clnclnnatl -We have bad some rather warm are compelled to go to press early on Stephen's Episcopal church. Mr. Hum i particulars read the ad. '

t + Cenral f. Atkinson, a prominent 0., and regular winter visitors weather this week, and heavy coats' and Friday mornings. Consequently* we phries' mother cam from Nast, "' iHe to

JBlackatone, of Miami, but to Florida; ; are no v at the Magnolia. hotel dresses were uncomfortable. In this 'cannot guarantee to heart item that attend the wedding, and two of Miss Hole! Coquina that cosy little house ,

3U this place bas been (n Titus St. Augustine. They will probably visit office; on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, arrive at this office later than Wednesday Sperry's cousins from St. Louis were at Ormond, which stands on s high bin IT... ., )

L sk, attending -to some law Ormond and Bockledge little later In the thermometer registered as high as night also present overlooking:( the broad Atlantic, I la now

TAMES j jOffices the season, to see many of their old-time eighty degrees, with all windows and -In our last Issue we failed to stale' The ADVOCATE'S representative In being placed In flrit-cUis trim for winter ,
doors wide open. Jacksonville the bible looked beautiful tourists by the, managers, Messrs. Boa..
DeVinne, of New York, friend, that Attorney A. D. Penney had purr says
day, for his pineapple plan- -Mr. II. Julius Smith, who has been chased a half Interest In the Abaljaot In a gown of tan osmel'a hair, trim trom sir Stanton, whose Intention It I* to
-Tbe many friend of the Mrs. ,Paine med with taffeta silk with hat to match endeavor to make all the /guests whe (//f.
View, where lie expects to enjoying a few weeks rest with his family building and that be will move his Met
t : and daughters, of Carlton Minn., who the and oarrled. large bouiuet come to their hotel A* comfortable. .
gown |
veeks before his return to at Rockledgo, passed through here Into lie apartment formerly occupied by
Office on have finewinter! residence and beautiful Saturday, en route tp his home and factory Attorney M. Goldsmith. We take pleasure roses. After the ceremony, the nappy possible, giving them every needed attention. \
orange grove between Cocoa ancRockledce. pair started on a of ten A great many of the AnvuoATS'e *
at Poropton Lakes, N J. Mr. Smith In making this correction. .....__ ._ __ honeymoon trip
|W Sooble has had a_ ganfTEPEU will miss them this- winter "' .11' ... northern readers have nrevlouslv j
t N will again; come south this winter. He UI.JV tU 4VWMITIIIV
>rk fixing up the railroad ---Ietter" to the ADVocATE say i they left Jacksonville, Sunday, on board the The groom, who I.. practicing law with stayed at the.Co-uln.. and we hope they
|utlnly l.a blglmprovement have !gone on an extended; trip to Eng Clyde steamer CHURCH NOTICES. his cousin Mr. IS, 11. liuokmau. Is quite wilt again pay ,It a visit this seaaoa. \ .

r aer state, fur pedestrians land and other parts of Europe. popular In Jacksonville; while the bride Read the ad on our 7th) page. ':

node over it without danItoome4 -Mr. T. Jefferson Coolldge, jr., of Major F. U. Taylor took the followIng Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold DI. is a bright and vivacious :young lady Among the many attraction at tieSt. I"

A Boston; and his friend, Mr. Atkinson jolly party out for a moonlight rideon vine service, with Holy Communion at who bas hosts of friends In Florida andGeorgia. James hotel Jacksonville this tea- It,
Indian River in his tine launch Mark'e Sundaynext
Doe Robinson, who ha arrived In a private car on New Year'sEve on St. church Coooa, on son. Is the mounted ostrich named after' I
J the holidays with her and on New Year's Day they boarded Wednesday night: Misses Atlas Brady. at 11 ..'m. Also at St. Gabriel's The ADVOCATE join. In wishing' Mr that celebrated vocalist\ Jenny .
Gertrude Ive and Nellie Brown_ and ohurcb,Titusvllle, at 7.TO: p. m. and Mrs Humphries a long life of connubial
+ JA n., arrived here Monday, the Canaveral Club's steamer Wid- Messrs It E Mlms jr., Bert Ives Arthur who sang before all the prtn .,.
at the Indian River hotel wharf bliss and prosperity Xu and de* 'r
Hay morning for Rollins geon, Brown and Mlms. It lovely The fourth quarterly meeting of the families In
Casper was a which
,1 Park where she again en route to the clubhouse at Chester I night, and all thoroughly enjoyed tbe Georgians and Melbourne charge will beheld life In peace; was ntt Nv'orwith ; .
lies. Shoals to enjoy the. duck shooting in rtde. [ at Georglana Saturday ana Sunday, AND ON Irfrs. Ostrich Jenny Llv .p eo
SUAYLO that: section.Mr. January 6th and 7tli: Preaching Saturday mltted suicide on board one < .ae Cl'e
A. Blodgett are gladly ; Mr Rowoand Mlso Nena n. THE EAST COAST. about three troiUns *
2 the steamships
Rowe at = p. m., by Presiding Elder, ago
home L. C. Oliver of who Is
winter at Day- Miami
ATT< of Green Cove Springs, arrived in town Rev. L. L.. Fisher, followed by quarterly her return to the farm at JackllOnv.oafter
, Will practice] iiy' left. Michigan thereof low Interested in Ice factories instead of Monday, and will,spend the conference. Sunday service: Sunday Hundreds of ducks are being sent to being on exhibition at Naratog
umber around and
of Ice. Now they are was town Monday Miss Rue, who Is a professor of dancing School at 10 a. m..' preaching by the Elder Titusvllle, for free distribution, by tun These wonderful birds when one.matet'' ;'
State. Of olets, as well as beau- Tuesday shaking hands with bis old- opened her dancing school on Wiidnee- at 11 a. mH followed by sacramental members of Canaveral Club. never seek divorce they take'one an ...

; JACKSONVU.I.Jw. warm weather, baa time; the friend"orange By fever"the again way, Mr.for Oliver he I. day night with twelve pupils. Miee service. Love feast 0 p. m., preaching at Quite *. number of wild ducks are being other for better and worse for life.

SfVlllIams returned toy Rowe' rate are reasonable and ate who 0:30. Rev. A. C. Slrdei'Held, Pastor When the season was over, the ostriches
his captured by tat they
CRAItioatle tbe going to place orange grove Just wish to trip the "light fantastic" our sportsmen were sent home In different Hocks, and
+ ,after spending should'
flrst-claia the river In
i F north of Tltusville An: trim- are on great quantities now,
attend. she from her '
got separated liege
with.her parents, <
freeze our Tibbale correspondent.
or no freeze. MURDER AT COCOA.On say 101'd.1
I Robinson of Eden. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.. Walton entertained and became very despondent; ;
I she had a most; dog -The Misses Ruth and Maude Hardee of Measr W. IT. Peter., Islam Bennett to eat or be caressed, and ended
} Hall, her short stay at two; of Rockledge's very popular young I Jacksonville a party friend at Monday afternoon white man and Frank Hand of Daytona, recently earthly career by cutting her throat with \1 1/;/
ladle., who have been lo town several their home on New Tear'lIeye. named Burke was found dead near the Ice returned from bunt of several days fat! the big toe nail of her right foot Such.; .
Card etc, were Indulged In until factory at Coooa, and at a glance It was the Johns section. sad wboee-
day as the guest of Miss Susie Glad- of St. They report game was the ending Jenny Llnd
leabody, representing the boom tbe cannon announced the evident met with foul play, his bead and bock. of be the' 81)1Jamell ;)
win, returned home on Tuesday having. plentiful, brought couple remains may now seen at :
arrival of the new century when all adjourned being crushed. Burke who bad beenIn '
d Citizen ,
,r, FORGE appeared attended the ball at tbe Opera house on fine deer as evidence hotel Jacksonville 1
to their respective abode, Coooa only a couple of
aunty Commisaionere days was an
jr' ATTOJ h the object of Induouage New Year's Eve. They are always glady much pleased with the dying out of umbrella mender and was last seer" Untie Watton shot a 'bear on Satur The following hotels and 'boardlaii'bOllae.

.f i In a special edtnewspaper welcomed, to Tltl1 vUlAt. The ADTO- the old and coming In of the New Tear. about 1:80 p m Monday. Severallu"picioul day. Both being of the same color', thebear along the East Coast' are now
1 gay WKST CATs acknowledge a pleasant call from and advertised In the ADYOO' "*
for this character were arrested, but mistook him for one of his klnfolfee, open
tbe above three young ladles, on Tuesday -Mr. W. H. H. Oleason, of Eau Oallle. 7th and 2nd t
on pagel.J.ckaonlll8t.
r Will practicJI be published next landease were proven Innocent. Suspicion fell on and came within twelve feet of him! but
has been In town this
week In a
morning.F. .
I and State Cot Joe who Instead of receiving a friendly hug from
ar was held ,over nnUlory before Jones, In which titlesto Henderson a negro was arrested .. lent.
Board. B. the lane 8 Jones the bear Watton put a charge of buckshot Windsor.
f the Cornell popular manager bay front at Buena Vista. Dade Tuesday morning by 8 In the J
branch of the Florida Ills abllquely through his abdomen Duval.
of the Palm Beach court room. baggage was searched says
0. FRI and Mr AT Hart Co. are Involved. It I I. an ejectment United- Us
Ostrich arrived In the this and la valise found shirt and our Courteuay correspondent. boy
Jr Farm city a were a apair
' suit In which Mr. Gleason le HrnnH_ .
\ oapltallstM and real- hie week and 1* now busily engaged plaintiff. of trousers stained with blood, ___n VUw.. '.# rLA.
: COIL a>o have become: Inter- Judge; P. W. White of Quincy and II. Placlde. '?
the In readiness for the which he claimed chicken blood
[ Fruit Protection getting ground f. Atkinson of Miami, represent h .defendants was AMONQ THE HOTELS. Westmoreland. 'S
Land legal land reception of his birds, which will\ arrive and five dollars were found on his per. ( ,
arrived here and Attorney (Geo M. R>>bblns '<
i', Mapping meat Jle, on ; Oxford. t"
here In the Mr. Cornell the for which the
early new year. son, presumably money : "
j aU kind* ofj'pntedllnea i several days in town has been in Saratoga Springs all summer of Titusvllle, is representative Mr Mr. murder was committed. Henderson was : The ADVOOAT Is now on file at all Glen wood. '>i

a i itTixtrsviti Wry. We understand where be baa bad the management of Gleanon. The ease will probably 7 come with Burke when he (Burke)' was last the beet hotels In New York city bt AoulltlnHapou&. TA;:,:

,*, 0I pressed with the the branch at that resort,; Jle reports op for hearing Ibis afternoon |\ seen alive, and when tried admitted kill-& Where to along the East Ccast. Florida house. /.'? ,
top *'
of the factory and St. George. : ,
laving had a prosperous season there WANTED-An aotlve partner' n an log him hot save be did It Inself defence. See list of hotels' Ills ;'
on ,
[dfne. On Wednesday and that the birds suffered no ill effects establishedpaying business wh ale. Sheri Brown brought him op to Titus- page. Algonquin. ,,{ J r

4 N S. BUI Canaveral I Club for at from the change In climate but all the In Jacksonville. Forparticulars ac see, vllle, and he appeared In Circuit Court The Boston Home Journal le good II I'lasa till

ling, and will returnSURGE time I seemed hearty and well The Palm "PABTMl last night for trial. advertising median for hotel men. Magnolia Spring-Magnolia! Sprier. :

firs Walker and Kirk- Beach branch will be greatly enlarged care ADVOOATB ofllce 'Titus Hotel. I
Where to In Tltasvlllef See Tltaevllle
i' H...., who are also stop Pahtka Graham. I
this and features addedto CALL and get clothes dyed cleaned ..sSO
Ear, fcFarlaad Fruit Pro- season many new .GOOD INVESTMENT propert In / your hotel and boarding house ads on BeabeeeceColoDnade 1
Its attractions.-Lake Worth News. presied or altered at ,
tbe Indian River ooontrV. Kea r our 7th page. Clarendon Inn. '" 'or..
J WIST PALM .. gains. Send for speclaluat. ROBERT WILLIAMS', DeLand '
PINZAPiwrlte Next to tent Most of the East Coast hotel managersare -
'AYENNE factory
to Young Grove*Orange .Land 4t E. P. BKAXCH. Me I falling In line with an ad on our 7th New Smyrna-Ocean house. i\\' r eta.
WANTED-A white to eook bat where le ad? Tltuavlllo-Indian River hotel. n ..'
at. Petersburg, Fla.ale. man on a page; your
Do want either In safest park of ," :MimsBoardingbouse.M'enlttNevins' .
Boat For Char -
you r know
private) yacht. Mast how to
ra(1 Mr. Simeon Inland has been engaged
East Coast River View hot l.
sail boat and be hand.
.. WriteC.. T. :McCABTTi A schooner rigged hoe : :- a swilling for the position of room clerk, at Hotel Roofcledge-Plata hotel., t, ,'. .:
II address toI'zTEa
An lEona, Fla. nlstied rooms, at reasonable .. P- Apply or : N'eLllO", Ponce deLeon( fit. Augustine, which ,. New Roekl.dge; ', '.'

AI d Abbakka PineI ply; OQ basal *>*! TltuvlUe Ha. will, ae usual, be under the managementof 'I Hotel Indian Elver.Rlert .. ,.

I from Insects, and For Sale,_ S. E. STEAKWH, Rockledge Mr. Robert Murray, of ClarendonSprings -The Nltherb,. J
:. Vt. West Palm Beach--The Seralcote.;,

I Plnerl ee.** ie A email houseboat with outfit, row. Empty and ICIce :'-:. 'e1s. For Sale or Charter. Mrs. T. W. McCreary, wife of the man- The Palme.. : j s

|, Orlando, Fla: boat, eta, all in good condition. '. Comfortable cruising yawl, sOft bf 11 ager of Hotel Victory, Pnt-ln-Bay 0. Miami-Palm Cottage.PoardtogMotue. ,

It H. BHBCXBV: Tltu vill.r Fla. For sale. .Address, { eet. A t condition head room In cabin, and little daughter, Martha, will spend; I<- .
a ,
e WALTKB: ., two doable) bank Addreee '1'., the winter with Miss LUxle Eaton at I ):F4.'stook of Day.
e '
House For Sale. 8. ..,..:: .. c;. 1\\ S. WaveUnd, Fla.Something Melbourne, where Mrs. McCrearjr le well h11* bright a.dApply ;
i-'a -: .. ..., w known to many of the reaJdeeh.The A fl s -ela.s boarding
wn not four year to a. IJ4mtll1lrht, Tautbw
a 40ft; beam, A nine room house, nicely finished -. Special and Cheap. Sanford Home, Sanford, le now tanOraM

tbN.fWta In, 18ft. Mat- aDd In good condition, locate near the ai / !w ..-.-. ., l'Befil(88 : open fo* the season. The house has THK BIG DRUG ST, tortul-rs tan a*

', fitting, eta.t court bouse, on tbe corner of Palm and Tine location for grove; and pineapple I been refitted and refurnished la an up to Pharmacy Bay and: Ocean9aonville ; ,

a t ready for crnisixxa Palmetto Sta. Apply on premise or to crop at f4 pb.taUOII&. < .Address, .data manner. Rooms are now single and M. Do not
f M. D. L. DODSOT. Bean eratee', C. T. McCAwrr.Ankona en suite with bath and toilet. Messrs. dress: Geov nnghea!: ':"'

nvtn Jla, SOl Tltust1l4e, .,.". in. aCl(, Pla. logjehart!;

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to tlieio blanks, and if they get a good The Eminent Kidney :Notice.- ::s errsiuda: :: OD.: .on eec _

w TNT oFl start, will give the best melons. and, Bladder' Specialist. To All Whom It May Concern '
After-cultivation consists of keeping) THIRTY .. ,
of thoHtateof Floriila execute
Genuine Imported TeonnrlfTe stock(no cheap California seed). Beat of testimonials
INaa O' A the land clean of weeds or grass, the M eras land.lead, to-It to J J.Finn: 'Northeast for the K or fallowingdenorlbcil North. from large planters. White and lied 20o per ounce t3purlb.,
INTME U weeder being an excellent tool to use In eat !K", "Section 2,Township 24, aniiLli; Range 33.euit postpaid. ready October lot Onion Sets Bermuda, ready now. White!
CpEeSGIL the earlier stages and then sweeps on aold IHI shown for taxes me, on July or before 4, 181*January, unless fcamlcaime 14tb and lied Sac/ ) quart, postpaid, 94.75 per bushel. Also White Potato, Yellow,
the cultivator; when the vines cover the list' why I should. not isms said deed 1.t Egyptian, Top, Mlverskln nod Keel, send for prices Florida Rye,$2.40 per
This Itor-nitier 14th,1H! bushel. Georgia nye \$1.60 per bushel. Florida 00 day Oat*, Wets per .
n rG.r I IT ground, further cultivation should cea e. [Seal] A.STKWA11T bushel.
Oats COcts
Clerk Circuit CourtltrevardCo.N bushel. Texas Rust Proof per
If any vines appear to be over-boar- 1.lo6-lljan Send for price list of all kinds of needs. I

log pinch oil the extra ones; three or otice.T .
L. CAMERON. Seedsman I
four melon to every vine U enough, -
particularly if large melons are wanted. ; -, : OTICE IS HEREBY 4JVEN: THAT ON MONJ 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA)
.\ day Apt'II Jot 1001;I ahull lresenttoyao0ouh.s \
The vines have many enemies which are for nnal aeitlninent and spplytor

yearly on the Incieaao. Tobacco duo my of ilinhnrKO bathun Pnunrirm.n* admlnlatratrlx deteaatol. .l.of to tie the estate . ,

applied) when the dew Is still on, II tounty Juuguvf Krevaid! County,ai TILWlvAllu,

about the most effective. Where lice fcl"r": SARAH H. SA UNDER!', Lumber Bt i ding MaterialLargest

take possession of a bill, a thin sprayingof GK A0OrneyforAdminlatrstrlx<>. M; HOIIIIINH. Adiulnlarratrlx.. IOang-l.mtiID
pure kerosenes Is really the only Its :Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work In

. effective way to get rid of them; It may I Hli laboratory. Executor! Notice to CrtdltoiH.NOTICK .
_..- --,-- ---- -- --- kill a few" leaves, but seldom kills the There Is a disease prevailing In this stock carried by any retail yard In the State. I have everything
WATERMELON CULTURE. country most dangerous because so decep IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE used In House Building:, Including Nails, Locks, and other era
vine entirely. tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by /: .. C. K. McQl1ABlu: It-heart disease, pneumonia.heart failureor Robert C 8'rlllll(80lIr. deueaiwd. lute of
DEFl7NIAK Sz'iINea'EIA apoplexy are often the result of kidney creditors Krevard County lenauwii Florida and dlatributecs bereby call and upon all persona all GE01 G-E: IF*. ':JEjHLX:: >:3L>HSSOlf\
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed! to advance -
demands the
-I 1001. claims or
Jan. : having .
';r ,.. ON THE WINGS. OF FAITH. the kidney-poisoned blood will attackthe Hald estate of Robert C.Brrlnipenur to present, EAU GALL1E, FLORIDA.
,n Editor East Coast Advocate: vital I organs, or the kidneys themselves them to the undi'ralgned Kxecutrlx of sail eatats -
within two or the eauie will be benred.
!I .... break down and waste away cell by dell. years
Important I In white f.
Is A little meld <
Tho watermelon crop: a very
f",';!!' Knelt by the dainty trundle bed; Then the richness of the blood-the, albumen MARY A.BCniMOFOUR, H. HODGES. .
f" one to all throughout the Southern With lliplnit Up oho. oltly prayed -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright'! Kxauutrlx of the Eittate of A. ... i
,t X. tales, and It could be made a very profitable And this I It what aha Midi Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble. This NOT. 811.1000.Robert.C. Bortmgeour. > Manufacturel of '

.... )one If more care was observed In 1).a. (Cod 'tI, Christmas eva, )know, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis- !
choosing the proper noil and applyingthe And. oh. plMM do on. thing for you nut covery Is the true specific tot kidney bladder Executor's Notlco.NOTICE ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof
... with the I went to close| ray eye, and fa, AND DRESSED. Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable
proper fertilizer alone pro- In dream. to papa o'er the seal. apparently hopeless cases, after all other 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ROUGH - Orange; OijJVny
per treatment of the crop during the efforts have failed. At druggists fifty-cent .nilftn..d as Executor of the Estate of one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or bulldln'j\
Watermelons do beat I I' "I hnnv hit etocHna; by the aide and dollar sizes A sample. bottle. sent free Han. Jer.I.n. deceased, late of Brevard. a\.y parr of Florida, would do well to write for,prices. The saw mills are loil\
I ,.' growing period. Ot mine and mamma' on the tn, by mall also a book telling about Swamp. County,}' "I b"'Ohr.,calls on all the creditor at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered tot 1
loam soli\ and 'In and all 'hay.
light sandy ; And mamma hugged me tight and oiled ItiEateea person
on Root and Its wonderful AddressDr. Address II. A. HODGES Bnflalo Bluff:
And oiled 'oauat couldn't cures. tog claim or demands airalimt the sold estate part of the East Coast. : , )
proper rotation, should follow a hoed pap eauM Kilmer&Co., Binghamton N. Y. and of Han*,1ni>p* ntopresmtthemto the underrlvned Fl
crop where the land was kept In good mention this paper.Remember a* txecutor of said Katata within two
be barred.
jeara,or the same will
tilth for the previous crop. 'riilUttu uiberHtli,IWHI. ESTABLISHED 1880.

-" Ono of the main points to be observed that the INDIAN RIVKB Executor of the Estate JOHN of BORRENSEN Han Jeppaen.

Is to have the, )land thoroughly well plow. ADVOCATE does all kind of job printing :Bond Lumber Co.' J .J
at short notice. Send them an order
ed a considerable\ time previous to plantIng + and be convinced that It Is the plane to Impure water Is the cause of much ,
sIckneHS. Remedy this by getting a fine
all vegetable matter '
time, si 1) have done. ,
job printing filter horn rinudttWalton, Tltusvllle.( \ ; Manufacturers of and peaTera In "
"l plowed under will have Lime to get thoroughly I
Ir .
I - -- ----- - -
in January the fret preparation for the h -1 j MIAMI. ,

crop should be under way and If there A'' Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; ABO! Veneered and Sawed Or
.. any old, rotten stable manure aroundIt I ', Palm Cottage MIAMI," FLA., Ave. B and 11th Street and Vegetable Crate We solicit correspondence.
hauled to the land and I ,
should be on Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills! on J., T. & K. W. R'y. f
plowed under after, scattering It broad Open all the year. Centrally located near Pontofflce, Royal Palm Grounds, DeLand and Tltusvllle..
,;out. Land that has boon lying Idle for Bay Biscayne and all tho churches. Rates: $2.00, $iJK O and $3.00 per day.) 1
\ ,a year or more makes the best of all AL.: Special rates per week or month ,New, house, newly furnished. Electric //1 11'
p' lights, baths, etc. Excellence cuisine a tipeclalty. .
lands for the and all decayed weeds
under add. to
sand rubbish, if plowed ,
!1 the fertility of the soil and makes It re - --- 1246-12J8 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Liquort .

ft sponalre to judicious fertilizing at the N. C. .,
I' .,\' \ time. r rti and line Merchan I
\ proper IIENDERSONVILLE!\ N. c.
'V1 filly favorite mode of preparation, for a r ,.a THE % .EEl TT. Hendeisonvllle'a\ New Hotel.
/ watermelon crop Is to give\ the land the
t1, fret plowing early In January, leaving itt CO. Open all the year. Altitude 2,050 fret The drycHt climate In North Caroline) end! Jug Trade Solicited.- ( ,

!'thus' for three or four weeks, and early Golf links Twenrj-rUe acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-flvi.

: t In February work the land over with! an bedrooms,. Electrlo llghta. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis couit. Ballrooms! Wholesale Distributors of Leinps' St. Louis J f
J t.
Mineral ,
ordinary cultivator, going across the previous l' Springs Both rooms. Ten-pin alleys All modern conveniences. ,
furrows' so ns to thoioughly break For further infoimatloo and rates, address. OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSE//

i I' \ and pulverize the soil, and then. Just "And when .h. went lo ilrep' I thought BARDIN A: WHEELER, Pro lletora, Hendersonvllle, N C. CJJ; -Call or send for Prices. S ,
'Immediately after, apply about'alx to Dear Owl I'd kneel and pray to you f
r To send my papa what I bought. No consumptives? takeu. -
eight hundred pounds per acre of a high And all my bested klewa too." I
fertilizer\ : Broadcast It, and work -- -- -
grade A soldier watching In Luaon NEW YORK:, N. V, MARRY' MrsE3eSON': ::
Into the soil\ by means of the same tool. Paced slow, a weary aentlnel. .. .
essential that the feitlllzer( be II. saw the flush of coming dawn '
It la very -Import&l' and Wholesale Dealers In-
And cried the watchword: "All I. will!" ,'
the freshly turned up soil, because -
applied to
It does best applied In that way. So audden. In th solemn hushThat Southern Hotel NEW YORK, N. Y.
bnoded o'er his lonoly placeR Wines and
Feitlllzois applied to land with a crust heard the wings ot anirola rush Liquors Ciga
on It from previous rains Is not as effective And tilt aweat klaaea on his l 1.401 l .. ; (formerly, Parker house.) ,
Cincinnati :
'ns when applied on freshly-turn 5 Inquirer.with European plan exclusively llateo *1 per day and UPWDI'dll. I
r ed soil/ 30lh Street and Broadway, New. Yolk N V Fox-D.daJ.c: P"tI.x-e :El.yc. l ,

Within. week or so of planting time, PROS>KEY BROS., Managers DiHtllled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentu/ {'

the land should be laid off In chocks If BALD .. heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration.J ''I I

eight or ten feet each way; If.for a large are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are r .. Variety of melon; such as Triumph and ..THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS.. medical faculty an superior to all others for the use of Invalids. '!

\ Guy Monarch ten feet each way Is necessary out help, a FERNDALE RYE Is put plain cases containing no minks wl// 1'I \

; If for a smaller variety such as bald spot FULL QUARTS In each cave, and delivered to you,-all'charges pier 1 i II;

'pgZ tea. Honey for Instance eight nevergrowS The only firstclassice lowing prices per case; II IISent \ : t

a j 11 I.I\ rough "P1"*. These chocks chests and refrigerators on Ferndale A,.:7 years old, '320. Ferndale A A, 8% years tf : r r P

rId)b Rde with an ordinary Dull smaller Ferndale A A'A, 10'year old, 420. Money refunded Is "'ot enj c3ARRY

I! e plow, ; and where the fprrOwsaic the market, with all the '
a pound of the same fertilizer as It keeps : : :: :MASON- 4 I I

.d:before, should be scattered about latest Improvements State Agents. 801-307-300-311 West Bay Street, Maso : 1 ;

ur feet each way In the fui'row., Three S POTSing'untilat JACKSONVILLE, .. w'

ordinary;,handfuls of commercial fertil last friends _-
1zer7.makol a pound, and,this Is a good e
measure'always to go by.If4tb'e' say, How bald he is J.I&ES. FOR 3.2 0. r
It getting. IIlillIIIII! !! ilIpl II .
i\, furrows are eight by eight, ; 1
':wilt take nearly seven hundred pounds Not easy to cure GALVANIZED IRON to us Express, postoflica order or NBW York

per'acre to serve them thus; It ton bytentfour an old baldness, but SUELVESAND.INSIDE : send you by Expiate CHARGES: PREPAID -M r

i hundred and fifty pounds per easy to stop the first FOUR FULL QUARTS .ii
sere will\ dolt! then added to the amount LINEING. !

previously bro lloallte.t, will\ make the thinning, easy to ''IU''Illllgqelllll9lp, l l l Of the 1.
I lutcMalrly well fertilized, and If condl- check the first railing DOUBLE DOORS OK: I

'lonsTartt favorable, and the crop gets atntlon out. Used in time, TOP, LOCKONLOVTEIt Calhoun Pure"ROIW ,4,4w.

should yield profitable( results bald l .
ore let me add a word of caution as DOORS.
.ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no mark to Indicate contents (whlo:
quality of the fertilizer to be ap .) When yon got It and test it,If it In.. not: satisfactory, return it lit
grade fertilizer be your 93,20 will bo cheerfully nrundoa. This Whlokey I*as -any sn o
high lR:1
withAYCH rRIOB LIB ). Weareolos-atbandandcanRye you QUICKER n dl.tament. .
hit: will not suit the crop be- been doing:Dnainfwa In thin ml at the tame nand for ovei IS YEARS r.PONHIBICITY ',
Is not another' a-We also carry a complet4'|ltne! of theGelebrltted -,i--- AND REFUTATION for honest dealing,we refer you to any,' ,t .
v crop grown the editor of this paper. i' '
..ouWiern farm that Is more facodlous SOLOMON '\
__ .. 0dorlcsitRcfrlgCrntor; .. 4 Ll VI, ti tip.
as Uf1 last food than the watermelon visor 1928 .11930 First

If ; too, mulh nitrogen will make a O. Box No. 33. \t DIEM
Write us for prices on anything In on}line.FURNITURE .
\ melon of flavor
large, soft spongy poor

%nd a bad shipper; too much phosphoricacid It stops falling and :E. :F. cJI.d LEI: ; :: ;: PANT NpTICKi bus-to We nninu pay on Expreas Tines rnarm."f other to Ex"all.points.. Coraiianlea" reached. IT lw."SO prep o a r,
may.give'a good melon an far as promotes grpwth, 9 Southern Ezprefe. Company transfers to said other Express Company,

'appearances'go, but It will be of a poor takes out all dandruff.It CARPETS MATTING aid HOUSE FURNISHINGS I

.. luality generally and not at all sweet, always restores CJf3AS.:: : :s: L VM

-ea.' the properly balanced fertilizer color to faded or gray Jao1.E.&onv-:1.1ic": F1a. 617 811'W.. Bay Bt:.. JACKSONVILL? i
ve a good solid melon, sweet' and ,
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jd altogether a.upelorarticlea hair, all the dark, rich -r-- 1

utilizer that suits the watermelon color of early life. You .

should analyse three per cent nitro may depend upon it Prepared J 9 t t.r

en, eight per coot phosphoric acid and every time. It brings J. ) .

\ eight cent potash. After aping S,
pe health to the hair. 2 and 3-ply -
'the fertilizer In the furrows at c

checks, .a weeder or harrow should ll.OOabottU. All Oraf gists. Asphalt: andGravel. Roofing .

run the same way as the furrows' run, am"I ftrautly h&"used plowed your will Hair It.Vigor I have and ... 11-- -

as to,cover up this fertiliser but only used one bottle of It,aDd yet Ii t4 I I
,I to obliterate the chocks marks en. .bl-II&I.....stIkI baa to tCrow agola 101"17.:0'"t and" R.eac1yFWoUse.. : II

A' week or tea days should .JULIva WEPT. and I
t olanttng the seed to allow Alarcaral -CaDo...8.JJak. Building Liningl apers, '

G' to get well incorporated IWdr. the D..t_ Roof Paints CrcosorA; kl 1 \ r ,
4 If!CVL de ens'>brain ." the bee.5.. ..
when ready to plant, pnt Pit p me< from th, *e. a! .... i
..U bill them Vl..."' ry rN I>M ,t about.It Black Tarnish *-t\
|n a putting A4dxM.Oai.J.C.AT etc. / -
wp and tramp the soil T ).lass. r
sJ' I r
Fr, Ith jour feet; after the Write for Catalogue, etc.

''t&JD. to three In a hill, '

', 'nks,' the extra ones -Pleue meBtion the >TOCA* when THE ARMITAG ,",0.; ; 'Four Full Quarts Delh ere-

f safely transplanted riling, adrertlsers. 3200 to 3300 WIAfamsburg An.. "' '
I Agenta for the Iabat Brewing!

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I rI r ........n. EAST COAST ADVOCATE JANUARY, 1901. 3


M. BOBBINS GalAeelap, sad ra.klnar-Cnl" Stor-! -- --
.KD N'oe .....po.... EDISON LALANDE

i ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest For borne time or for making wine SAMPSON NO. 2,
t ATLAW.Will and distress from tortured muscles,aching grapes should not be picked until they
joints and excited nerves The blood has are fully rlpo. Many vnrlfties become . ,11,1,.. Y
I praotggMn State and tfnltod:, States been poisoned by the accumulation of highly coloreil some days or even FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION.Full flail ders .;,::, -l. : ;;lw *
Court. waste matter in the system, and can no week before they are fully matured

Office at TITVSVILU, FLA. longer supply the pure and health sustain' but they are not really rip aDd In tho
,1 ing food they require. The whole system
best condition for usi until the stem of
feels the effect of this acid poison ; and '" ,,
the bunch begins to shrivel or soften BO -x- :- r to
L. GAULDEN, not until the blood has been purified and
i D. brought back to a healthy condition will teat It can be easily bent. Even for

ATTOR. -AT-LAiY, the aches and pains cease market the fruit should not be gatbor-
Mr. Jnaiet ken, of 707 Ninth alreetl ft. R, ed until very nearly matured, as It ripen
Win practice In all rdC8'ara of the StaG Washington: P. C., write a* "A few I
1 Ol Florida,and tAe : Courts.t. months ago I had nn "I I tack,of Sciatic Rheumatism but little after being removed from a it A
.U Box,3.18. TrrU8VU-LE, FLA. in ila worst form. The the vine The unripe fruit may Bottenomehat .
a intense that I ;
pain was ao
on Its way to market, but
Money to Loan. ISAT became completely prostrated
Theattnck wasanunusually does not become sweeter or better flavored : ;

i GOLDSMITH, tny condition: sever wan one reicsrde and- and will retain the excess of acid ( , ',,
; as being very dnngeroun. which disappears/ when the grapva are
a 1 I waa by O. L. I ]3JENE
one of the moat : doc ripened on the vines. t ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "N' Gathering grapes for market shouldbe I G
also a member of the faculty done only In fair weathervheu the 0;,, ; 'Dress
TrruaviiXK FLORIDA. of a lending medicalcollege ,y, Goods Notions
here. Me told me vlnufl and are not wet with either Trimmings Millinery
to continue Us pn.eriptlonaandlwouldpetwgll.- ,
Aher'hadngle911ed dew or rain. The stems should be cut linn of EWtrlonl Supplies.
J. WEBB, twelve times without-( receiving the slightest with a knife or nclstwrs\ and the bunches
Tp benefit, I declined' continue his treatment an I JOHNSON LAW CO. LKCOK, O'ovos, Umbrellit, and Mnterlitl for Fancy Work,
a longer Havinif. heard ot S.S,Swift's8necincl( should be laid In shallow wooden
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, recommended tor Rheumatism. drcideih almosl trays or baskets for carrying to the 311A: 51 VV. Fornyt St. Jacksonville\ .
In despair however, to give the medicine a Prompt attention givcnjto mail orders
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th and after t had taken a few bottles. I was.blat I packing shed Basket holding five - - ,
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-roeidente hobble around an crutches, and very soon thetaafter eight or ten pound with covers fastened
had fur them all, S. S. a. having
and rents and accounts collected. cured me no sound use" Bud well. All the dUtre"sin| on by wire !hooks, lire the best TMs Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses! In Jacksonville. All the latest'

TITUSVILLE, -. FKORIDA.A pains and t ..amebatettto'be'1 again appetite restored bus to returned perfect, packages inexpensive In, which costly to handled ship ns lu they transportation are Or rave T r e s. Patterns and Style.

great vegetable and convenient and temptingto _.. .. ..
-- -' -- --
D. PENNEY and tonic, i is purchasers. 101 Woat Bay Street, corner of Laura. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,. sSSthe ideal remedy all The fruit should bo allowed to He a When _. ._-
take into consideration the
troubles; you
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, few hours .o' that the stem will become GEORGE MARS JOHN
re are no opiates 01 time and money spent In bringing tree IIABXWholuHiilo
i, 'TiTosvir.t.B, - FLORIDA.Will minerals in it to dinturb the digestion and slightly wilted and all diseased! into fruiting, it looks foolish to plant ROY
lead ruinous habits. unripe or brutacd berries should be removed 1VI.A.R.: B
practice In all the conrts of the 7th We have prepared a special hook on tiL-fcro packing: !I'glll,.. The but lie I beat ; doesn't tip' 9S.9

Judicial Circuit. Rheumatism which every sufferer from bunches should tx placed, in the baskets We prow the ''kind' you wnnt-nine Dealers In

this painful disease should read. It is lira with the stems downward and 18H2: we have rondo 11 upeelnlty of ttrirll
most complete and Interesting book of packed 81I\1 (y. the smaller bundles being GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
high ffrmle "''fI(' Our catalogue Rive: ,
A kind will be ,
MORGANVi the in exI8t nc It sent free
used to all the between the
FREDERICK to any one desiring it. Write our physicians spaces full (ieKorlptloim and pi Ices of 11thJ\ ) =::;,=.____-.L.---
rmL. larger Ollt''', The top of the fruit shouldbe
1l REAL EiTATE AND INSURANCE,' make fully no charge and frt'elyabout for medical your advice case*Wo about half an Inch above the top of prominent kind. Write for one-It's froo, ISt and lea Knat oar Htr...t and A ami HNcwuiin strtj. \

Notary Public. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. eA. tbo basket and 1 sUoqltl t>o even and ten Glen St. Nurseries JACKSONVILLE. .
el. The baskets should be so full that Mary

I Collection. Typewriting, Stenography/ ,. ritKK. BLOOD and SKIN CUKi: name pressure will be needed to bring ] ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

TITUSVILLK- FLA. the cover down Into place, though the .
1 G. L, Taber Prop. ----- -- -- --- .. ,
An Offer I'rovinjr raitli. pressure should not be so great as to

M. TAYLOR, Ulcers outing sores, ovnoeis, scrofula, crush the grapes or break them from OLENbT. MARV Florida We are lion l<|imrtors for all kinds of Need and tinting Potatoes! and Cow Teas;
F. Itching skin, snobs and scales of eczema, the strms. A basket which Is not packed WttftUo Awe II I lull line of gvnornlniinwry. atockTowers" !guaranteed !gcnnlno. We also' carry a full line of Hny Grain and Fred, We want

I TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC AND aches and p.\lnilo. { bones, back or joints, clocely will, never carry the fruit In your Ornngns and VeKetl ble.. Give us a trial and you. will be pletmcd.

syphilitic blood poison, rotten gums and good condition and as the fruit Is sold MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Flu.
MUSICAL ELOCUTION, chronic rheumatism, and obstinate, by weight close pn kln-g Is economical. Hardware Co B3T We only Sell to Den lor i.
In classes private lessons. Sight read deep-x-ated blood troubles are qnlcklj The name of the variety as well as the --- -. ... .... --. .. .. .. . ..
--- -
--- - -
r oared by taking: ; a few large bottles of and address( of the should
Ing a Specialty.. Terms reasonable. name grower
Bolorlc Blood Balm. We \ the
challenge .
be utenclled the of the Gi O TO -
TITUS mi.)*;; . ., FLORIDA.T world for a case of blood disease thai on tops coversbefore
s' Botoulo Blood Balm will not ours The they are put In place. Mixed or .

W. GRISA'RD: cures are permanent And not a patching Inferior fruit will seldom pay for ship G. T. BUNTING'S .
i up. Is your blood tbln Skin: pale All ping and will never add to the good
1 wv" run down As tired ID the morning as reputation of the grower Charlotte Streot. North of Plain, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

PHYSICIAN,and SURGEON, when you went to bed? Pimples Boils Dearly all of our grapes ripen In'Julyor -FOIt YOUR-
.- Swollen glands: or joints Catarrh Putrid August, while the weather I la still lilP"ridsi t
Office at Mrs. J. .JD... Crabb's. breath Eruptions Sores in mouthor warm and It la difficult to keep them 11 14f

TITU9PILL8, FLJK Blood throat Balm If will\so,make your, the blood blood Is pure bad. any great length. of time without pUic- Furniture Mattresses Pillows
Inc them In cold storage, which I I. expensive i
and rich hoa.1
every sore, stop the aches ,
and pains build\ up the broken-down says Professor Tracy of MIsstsulppl -

i >, GEO. A. WORLEY, body, and Invigorates the old and weak. In conclusion to the foregoing PICTURE
,' Botonlo Blood Balm, the only perfect advice They can be kept a short time FRAMES MOULDINGS

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.J' blood purifier made. Sold at drug stores. by wrapping. each bunch In paper and E3raokets.: Wir: dow Shad.e
, ** General praotioe In State and Federal $1.00 per latge bottle.Including complete putting them In a cool place Htlll better .

] / Courts.. Alt business entrusted will directions. To prove our faltb In Blood results will be secured by placing a AND FANCY CABINET WARE.N. .
k rrj, .receive promptattention.. Balm a trial bottle Is el re n away to sufferers. layer; of cotton batting ki the bottom of

'lit General Counsel for the Tuttle 'Estate, For free trial bottle, address box then a layer of fruit covered by -nt
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga Don't B.--Undertaking entirely separate.
hesitate bat write another layer of be ttlo& Not more .
once describing
r, MIAMI FLORIDA. trouble and free personal medical ad- than two lasers of fruit/ should be planed -- ---.- --. --- .-.- ,. . .. -... .- -. .---- ---- .- ..--
I vloo given. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures In a boo and the upper layer should
f + _JAMES ANDREWS, when all else tails Thoroughly tested have a thick covering of cotton. Neither f Tho Nation'sBest>
ATTORNEYATLAWlOffices r for 30 years. Over 3,000 voluntary testimonials of these methods will be found "San fflateo"

; of cures using B. B. B. Hold by profitable for market purpose, but will BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVES.
: TITUSVILI.E FORT PIEBCB.: B. !t. Wilson A Son, dru glstll. 22june01 often be desirable when a little fruit Is CIgar. ,

Office open at Ft. Pierce on fend and 4th to be kept for some special purpose. COOK STOVES.

Fridays of each month. @ paper- As on an the advertising East Coast'medium can beat, IDs no There to considerable difference In the Sasb, Doors and Blinds, Bonders' Hard :Jt9.: ; rLllr'1rJrlr .

Notary Publio State at keeping qualities of different varieties,
Large. ADVOCATX. Give) u. a trial advt., Goods
end( be convinced of the pink paper* and In general the late ripening sorts ware, Sporting .cr.UelJ.Tln".l'e liT..
STEPHEN E.'FOSTER, worth. ... will keep longer after being gathered Agricultural Implements Wby buy Imported cigar., made from heavy tropical tobaoc'o, doctored with.
those which "
than will ripen early lathe HOUR Furnishings, Eta
opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida [leaf at a five-cent
' LAW season. Call tend fur our prices

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building .Alfalfa IB Ohio. 38 East Bay St.,
:J. B. Wing who has done more than JACKSONVILLE, . .. . FLA FREE BY MAIL TO ANY nu of35.. 91.00

e i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Orange Trees.tJOO ny other writer to encourage farmers ADDRESS.....J Boa'oI60.$i.T5
1' .. In Ohio to grow or at least try alfalfa The Largest'and Most Com
says that on average soils and with Establishment s. W. ROWSr:: : .I'Yr ...
,; BRPOME, average treatment It I la Inferior to red clefs South. I ,

r clover. [requires very rich soil and SAN MATED, FLA. .

' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. each, Tangerlne,*,Grapefrult, Pineapple to be sown after danger of frost Is CEO S. HACKER & SONMANUFACTUBEIIS -. -- -.- ._-- .-- .. .. .. . .
"'-" - --- -- ----
' \_ Will practice In all the Courts of the I nomasaasa, Baby, Parson Brown, past oti well plowed and well prepared .

r State. Office in Law Exchange.,: St. Michael, Majorca and Mandarin, on land either alone er with-a very',light If You Have Not
ceding of oats or a seeding of'barley *
5 and 3 year'old soar stock, 4 to 9, end 5 and covered by using a heavy roller. 4

to 7 feet, branched. It should be mown three times the first v,
w :, F year" to mate It If In
i The larger and best tree In Florida.
%, DENTIST.. oats these should be cut for bay as r Found What You Want

O. W. Conner toon as beaded and the alfalfa be tuowd r r T .
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. and let lie twice more. He also advises

JACKSONVILLE FLOOIOA. OCKLAvTAflA, FLORIDA. trying It only In a small way at (1 For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at oar ?

, - .- Orst to see If one's soil la suited to (It- Fruit aud Garden Land along the
Ohio Farmer.There .
East Coast -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, YirgimaHomesToo 1* more catarrh in this sectionof

KKT WKST, If" FLOBIDA.. the country' than all other disease OF .

i t Will practice Ip the United States pat together, and until the last few Doors Sash Blinds Settlers are flocking )in but still I roonu If you are

$and State-Court 9jtrn05I learn all about Virginia( Lands, year wa supposed to be Incurable. For. looking this way, drop a Une to '

It* resources, products mode of cnl a great many years doctors pronounced Mcolding & Building Material.
JAS. INGRAHAM std vloe.rr eldent!
,FRIES E. tlvatlon price, etc., by reading the !It a local disease, and prescribed local ,

'ti{ .. la. COUNTY SURVEYOR Virginia for 3 month Farmer.subscription Send to lOct the*. care remedies with, local and treatment by constantly, pronounced falling to It Office A; Warerooms, King, opposite ILOHIDA EAST COAST K'T

Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. incurable. Science baa proven.catarrh Cannon Street.Charleston ST. AUOTJSTINE FLA.

i' Land legally surveyed. and sub-divided. to be a constitutional disease, and, there ] S. C. _-'_ __ ._ n_ ..__ Lo ____... ___..__ _.._ ____.
Mapping neatly done.. Estimate for ,
lore. require constitutional treatment.
1 ,'"poked line of engineering work Dis- Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by' PABLO BY THE SEA rIVKRY.
a specialty. Sash Weights Cord and
.A f. .J. Cheney A; Co., Toledo Ohio, Is the ,
" I TrrusviUJt, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. B60TT'SEAST only constitutional cure on the market. '
It Is taken Internally la doses from 10 Hardware 'urnouts of all descrlp- j SADDLE HORSES,
{ TO1 S. BURNHAM, M. D. INDIAN drop. to a teaspooofuL It acts- directly r
I on the blood and mucous surface of the Window and Fancy Glasf lions: BAGGAGE Transfer,
of the system They offer one hundred
Y SURGEON and SPECIALIST, 'Corn dollar for any cane it falls loco,.. Send A SPECIALTY.BO TRAPS HAULING, Eto.

Ear, Nose and Throat. aunt For circular and testimonials.( Address,
Wur PaL< BEACH: FLOBID4.A1wQS Cana c.raa by all druggist, 750. EXPERIENCE

..._- .!.-w tralWltltttat, sad l'aLa.Wets Hall' Family Pills are the best.F LAUDAU8, Proprietor.

{(FDa WJ IT Ill nvsm.LIPPMAN .\ Beach

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Anises awmef a aaNa* ttb r ' wafpalest
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,car bens a.d_ w two by CI1ddI4. ,tttd fsrelJ. J
w eold.v.ryarlaaewt.w M.tM1eetaMt.a, ....,..- .. .SdtllUfk .rl c a.. handle only the bat and most reliable Seed A eompleU stock of naT
aw uartl aw uc-.aa......,.....o..... .Lie.'- .' ......imar .a.rewal7 waaall I aMA ore.w1.wn Cora;Oat, Floor, Bran,'Wheat, Grit Meal Cotton Seed Ml, both .brlfhk. a.ddark
axlturtae.auwt; ae., orraeeeot .T. ..l... la.a fn.r, of.anf...; i'ioti-: = era.MWwt H atI wholdsala State sgenU tor'itjgerFAlUn Fertiliser Co. '
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EAST COAST ,ADVOCATE THE WHITE- FLY. yi I t This is to Merchants.

Profensors Wood worth of Berkeley, "e ,I'' And Goods and Notions.We
California; and Oomiard, of Lake Clt). A tie w Dealers in'Dry .
A WS*.Lt JOC1UUI.DBVOTItD TO TB* DBVB&oritBHT Fla who have been making a tour of e '. .
or TUB INDIAN! BITBK, AKB the East Coast of Florida: ID tbe Interest . ..

WORTH AltD BIHOAVMK BAT.BeTIOlllI. of the orange Industry recently left TI- .*': do a, strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
tvgvllle for Kllenton, on the Manatee '
M"" ; PUBLISHED"!' EVERY FRIDAY." river, where they said they intended "*?.. them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what Indian

making a series r.1 expcilmenls! with a I Iv River Merchants need, and cnrry just such a stock.! Our traveling
view of exterminating' the white ny, ,
CBARLKPI H. WALTO Editor & lliblliihor which Is Riving: the orange growers some men visit the Indian River territory every month. .We are liberal in

trouble In that section. Showy dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try ns when In
I Dlnoontlnuauoe of advtn. must lio. mate paroislly There has been shipped, the Sic- ; our
I at(Ms ofWoe or 1 bT writing. Farlaud Fruit Protection' Co/* factory need of goods. We can and will please you.

Rt Tltuaville, a number of upeolally-con-) uy.
Obeok eto., maT be made payable to CUAJU.BIH. Btructed tents, which will be used by the "

WALTOJ,publl hor. above gentlemen, In applying hydrocyanic Benedict Pollak & Co.
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acid :Rna to the etl'ectedtrees. The
A Idresn all oouimunloutloim to largoHtot those tents is J4ft. high by :2";>ft ,
EAS'r COAST ADVOCATE In diameter while even of them are 3uft FLA.
TITUBVILLB FwazDA.t In height by 2:>ft. In diameter. There Garment LjJ
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t DEEP WATER. / tents are made la accordance with suggestions -
I of Mr. McFarUnrl, with tbe exception .
J: / of one 14x10, which Is of the will stand. Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY. t
Among the various appropria Htyle used for similar parponea In Call Tells" nothing' of its real worth, or of the se\vl<- The :

s tions for the deepening of rivers fornia. It requires a heavy derrick, CAREFUL BUYER examines the. Inside ,or vital. of the coat. v".. ,'li'if

and harbors In Florida two have however, to move the Utter handled.while the It U strange what little attention men give t\ this feature of their '" Wood Coke Brick Lime Cement if
be Coal
McFarland tents cnn easily
been made that will go far toward clothing. and yet Jt lath. most importantfhy.. it t* the very ifi i
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advancing Jacksonville .and the foundation on which permanent perfect shape ,.and perfect fit de- , )I'

East Coast. An appropriation of CHANGE IN TIME TABLE. f"l'ods. When you wear our clothing' you are iu\* taking, chance, .. ; P
and Sidewalk Brick
half a million dollars has been at the vitals are its strongest' points--tailored hoflwllj on the In- Vitrified, Paving
Editor; Advocate,
East Count
; made for deepening the St. Johns 11I11""8. There I I" an Individuality about our clothing that you do not , .
The time card bowing. time between "
I. river aa far south as Jacksonville, New Smyimi, is Incorrect: we having find In the ordinary-and what l I. more, you pay l*..\for it. Offices foot of Hogan! Street Jacksonville, Florida., Telephone :Xo.: 20:. i;,
and $29,000) presumably deepening made a change In time on this division
I the inlet at St. Lucie. For as follows: J. K.' MUNNERLYN, General.Manager.

the benefit of those who may not No. 8. No. 1. Stations Xo. 2. No. 4., Onr Suits and Overcoats from $$7.50: $8.50, ---..-.. -.....----- ---
P.M. A. M. P.M. A.M. :
know, we will state that the inlet ld:
3-M! 10:10: Lv NSmyintf, Ar 2K)"> 8:15 the best to be ha l., ;
connects with Indian river from $10.00, '12.00.and) $15.00! are
4:00: 11::\1 Lake Helen, 1:20 fi:05 & Baker
the ocean, and it I is important that 4JO 1:2:00: : Orange City, 1:10 4:411: :.. McMurray

the channel be opened up in order 4:2\: : 12:13; Orange; City Junot 1:05: 4:40: ,
that vessels may be able to enter ,Commencing Deo. 25th trains No. 11 Our Gents' Furnishing Stock is Still Complete

and discharge their cargoes, and and 12, between New Smyrna and Titus 22O antI 222 East Hay Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.lleadquartel'a .

r take on freight without having to villa These, were train run only between\ r HATS, CAPS, T.ADIES'I1:4: EI'4' and CHILDREN'! 8HOW.all for-

6"r use barges as heretofore. We do Titusville and Smifoul. factory mad .

f not yet know what depth of water We will change time the middle of M H MMM M MMMMMHMMMH MMMMM MMMMMM HMH MMMMNMkMen's

,,',\ is intended for either (place, but we January. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles T
J. T). R A UN Kit. Women's and Children's Fine Shoo,
t.: hope that Jacksonville will\ not he
f> given less than thirty feet and the Sundrleq.
inlet feet. From FLORIDA ORANGES. "
twenty-live present
indications It will not be many put on you wheelsat
before Florida waters will be Florida oranges have been coming; In short notice.
r years better shape this week. It Is probable

thoroughly dredged, and our rivers that shipments will be much lighter - -" .. ... .. .--. -- -- .'
J and harbor will be opened up to (Porn this time on, as the men who have
,, the commerce of the world. Jack the fruit will, now that the holidays are ;:=' :cr 1S: R ,

I over, probably bang on to It AS long all a
sonville did not the capital but
get pos ible. Gild edge 2i'a( would l brio
she has gotten In the way of an appropriation *4 CO, and culinary' grades" me bringing i' .The Froebel
that which will\ help $2 HO KI $:.7)(0 for hilghta mid rusnetn. Academy.

her Infinitely more than! a capitol There" l tl4 a better" feeling In grape fruit . .
this week with a soul cull fut strictly' a
would have done. He
gilt edit stuck In "sized, running liom I A Modern High School and Boarding School, rt I
who does not feel proud of our raetrojfolis 40 s to f)4V, which range fr 'm $00)) tu Custom .
Tailoring a Specialty...
I IN too envious and predju- U.nO.' / Smaller sizes run fiom$400to JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. !

diced to make a good Florida. out .iI 00. .
V bat is true of leading There are plenty of,tangerines on the" Apply catalogue to I
xen. our
irMikvt. Strictly fancy fruit ranges from clothing Store l ] -rtor..T. :X3T. :J3.EPPLEE't.:
city is true aUn of our smaller ones.We .11.00(! to $d r.O, and runs down to M.00.- Eagle i

are proud of every advancement Fiultmnn'H Uulde. PRINCIPAL.. a
Florida has made in any direction, \ Opposite the bank. Titusville. ? t>*** a** Miii i janaaCTraan i<3fl i < i IE&
and would not even for a minute Grant.
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local effort - -- -- - ----- -- -- - -
.t f disparage any or general I

our people may make or have Happy New Year to all.Adolph Lotus.At Courtenay.An WILLIAM CLARKE SANI
made, for the betterment of their ; PLUMBER.
Bennnn was calling on friends S I
condition. On one point we are la Malabar on Sunday.Mrs. : 1
fully sationeti and that Is that present WII are having some warm Tndlmi summer I*Just now on. 1I 1 1E 1Niel
C. F. Liitliaru was culled to Melbourne weather, Fine Oa Fixtures Plumber and Oa Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet I
II- Florida" is fully alive to her every hut Her John N.aile.., C. C.. spent lb.. wee.
'.. interest, and wilt let nothing; go(' by Morgan being Monday.very ill. daughter' MIR 0..'P. Provost, the TxUlm and Fort with his mother and ......,,1', at the real! I"lnVOI k. rumps and Drain Pipe Bath Tubs Water Closet
Pierce merchant Is here spending a few dance of IV. K. banders. and Wash Stand '
Copper vesnels vt all 'kinds
which would materially facilitateher Mrs: P. Ilertetunn and little dun abler diys. { and E

8.Vllh deep water >. mma, of Mlpoo, were pleRnant cull Miss Catherine Maine .t>eo* sevenday / descriptions re-tinned.
fine railroads and nlertpublic spirited em at, Mrs., Jor$enaon'u! on Tuemlay. Christmas end' paused off with her .'."...n..lwr. Mr*. T. IMandvrs /.
nicely, no exciting time to speak. vt except who f>u UouiUy e coxtetbar
i' citizens' there Is no reason why W. R. Walker came back from Titanvllle a few lira wvrk home with iUrnle.S 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville
r for future last Wednesday after spending -
apprehensions t4>e
grave .. ,
Christmas with hla T. O. Ronald has Just returned froma .hnol being cloned f r the h .lldf*,
should be entertained. The freezes! and family.very plensuntly sun trip to the o mntjr' --mint and will pro Mr. Watkins went tu l>l. b...... near "'.1-
have run pessimists out of thee cacti to move off his oranges atka, whllolhisMcUoliifiiliMl. "a bttb ldUm. --
State and those who are'with The danoo hero ?n New Yean eve was ChrUtma; week.
us lit Beans and ornnn 'lira moving out !ha
n grand 111110 furnished
to-day are optoffliats(! who view th. by loIe1l81'8. Smith !and Well Quite a /good largo quantities, but alas t for the J. D. Same drove up fr...m Ranvar, and .PLUMBING.

; future with a growing; liope. I number of vlltorllel'lI present. grower, the market U all to )>Ieo... we were tickled ro pre him e.tudu/l the . . .
I mall train oa Monday and TueWjiy, although -
Fred B.Scobie arrived, bere, last Wednesday The boy.ltav.a general serenade Xmas I we take It he prefer ttt
to take of his night, calling at all the houses In town carry
SECRETARY lot( asks for charge father's female!
4 action in the Philippines, prompt This is linn biiHlnens.. lie came clown from TI. with string band; the finest of all they Steam. Gas and Hot Water Fittings Tin, Sheet Iron
tuavtllo In his yawl), the Merle OH me to one empty house and gave It a Major It. J. Tiffin o* Uontre/, I I. rid- '
right. If the war is to continue round. Inn about la Lie dog-jar! wl'7j his prl- and
until the islands are subjugated, Miss Lizzie Benson went to Malabar From an acre of beam J. N. Chalker vat secretary Tbo IJauYr.,',*d taking Smithing.
last Saturday to lee some of her friends a much needed ... .
r* Ill
s then let the work be pushed forward She returned on Sunday, bitnglng Miss has picked :2U1 crater at four pickings; nnmernusfriends Estimates furnished on application to part of Florida.,
.. are pleased to set LI'/' on Indian any
and from at three
,. with vigor.; Nothing can be Ada Comstock with her to spend a few pickings River again.
gained by delay. days. 8. A. 011 teeD has picked 111 crates. (tow I'I'XJOOE.EE1.
". la this for Lotusr : At an ueemly hour lIe Wednesday : d3 LICEITODYr: :: ::
Jno. Benson came up from White City night ya r lr>i iiill alnmb was disturbed
lion. L. B. Wombwell, Commissioner Monday, attend the daneeln the even L. D. Hancock was up Tuesday, and I by aa unearthly did front turoau tla 15 to 28 South Main street.
launched boat he took
a recently bought,
Ing. lie returned on Tuesday: acooraunnled horn .. ,
of Agriculture pans and wha-// ,and tumbling .JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
passed away, by his sister Miss!! Lizzie, who It home and will put a horse power down 0
Deo. 29th while visiting the Super. ban been spending the holidays here. :I engine In It, and are long will be spinning armed the to. tb attic. Uetli ataitv, '., e all saw of.a a tremble lot of, 4
la Hue craft.Dr.
intendent of the State Hospital for Mrs. P.. Nelson and two daughters, by a horses and wale. It/ htod to.a wacOD-

the insane Col. Wombwell has the hisses Myrtle and Estolle left, last Capron and family took..outing, load nf straw, eoeitv niaic OMeua's band 4iiXff.Rityypr y WATCHES CLOCKS {
been a conspicuous figure in Florida Thursday for Miami' where they will Monday, aa far aa Conrtonay, stopping amt :aj o* IndUo-J. hasMfsoment aixlwealtbleat . ,
for several make their bonie. They have been living Georgian, where Dr.Chamber and wire wag people who took po>- at '
;ley politics years, and bore for the last ten year and their joined them. They stopped at all.... s*.*.loB of tbe "'.....-.._.., making It resound Diamonds I,
hit sudden and unexpected, demise many friends were sorry to see them !go. place of Interest and returned about 7 with babbler sad cheer. After Jewelry ,
," was quite a shock to his numerous Oscar Nelson accompanied them a* for o'clock, by moonlight. a abort bat #leawMit visit, they drove ,

\.' friends. as Jensen. Miss Alice Sanders, the popular: Lotus through tore, waking up the staid cillea :? Souvenir Wedding Rings and Presenter |
,* *. Bus, atM 1 la .
----- school teacher hs returned from her turning around '
waitbam Watches eta
; : Siilirlkl
:.,:' Tnts is the com men cement of the Rockledge. vacation during the holiday, sad..*.*,. their ple-'..ure was marred by a t'ru.h"ij I i I i, a

i';:,, new and we will tend bills ed her duties, to the delight. of the wheel 4aiair grneral miz-up, no 1
year to ... > .
plls. Mlaa Sanders I* much loved by t.' e & Jee, which eared tbe young I In., FINE| WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING f
S all who are indebted to the ADVOCATE Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark arrived here pupil., and very math liked by the dbw ? for subscriptions, advertising last week from Plalnfleld, Conn. neighborhood. as tbe always has a kind aid. unit vehicle could be procured to s A SPECIALTY. ,

'f ,, and job printing. We want to start II. Julius Smith\ left, Satnrdav word for all. I-*. then a.-.. Watch inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'y. fy

tbe new' year without debts, so we business trip to Pomplon Lake, N. J.on, a :Xmas ."ai.. a Jolly party fruea ber i Spectacles and Eyeglasses.; Charges paid one way R. J. RILE, '

trust those who owe us any small Mr. and Mrs. Blair of N.w Haven started to the x.._ tree at Oeorxtai*, 225 W Bay St., JACKSONTIZ.U: FLA. ;i 1

1 amount, will\ promptly remit same Coon., are tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs. and after proceeding' a abort way, the =--
/ By so doing we will tben be C. W. Dlake.le,. drop of rain began to con do'/, sad. )
't enabled ,
they all returned with sad f dee, bataooa HAMMOND PACKING CO.
; to }pay those! to whom we are Wallace Moses, of Westl'almfeaoh, their spirits roe, ..... ire works A Sample copy of one of the beat farm

'. indebted., Do not start the new' was In town a few days this week, the becaa to 1'O.rr. after wblr%they all a- papers published, free. If you will tend (Formerly The O. II. Hammond. Co.)
j .,, century in debt guest of H.S. William a' mbl ted *4 J. at. rtel ,'a, and peat a OUR SPECIALTIES
''f ......., evening. your name on a postal card mentioningthis :
I Miss Helen Singleton/: left, Monday, for .
THE: ADVOCATE: ia under ( II DeFnnlak Springs where she will attend ----- - paper. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
obligation HAVE YOU iX: THE WALTON
the SUM Normal SchooL "Coin
to tbe United States Fish Rapid Calk f If not eatl at the store TUB FLOW'HOT Co., Special" canned meats.

Commissioners,Washington, D. C., bourne Mr. and Mr*. Tom Nicholson of Met- of Jab P.itabanl. A H BTltuaville.) Atlanta Ga.ON''T "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon. |
were Mr.
guests It la v+ artUla that should k*) la'b.
for volumes
of tbe
following: "Re- M. Breese, the first of tbe week. powwio. 01 boatbalkltr and; S leaf lard.

port on" tbe Fisheries of Indian Mis. lie Smith who ha.been spend .. ..._ Reed the testimonials i Homemade pure lard. r.
River; "Statistic of the Fisheries log tbe holiday with ber pareuta re flrat-claaa boatbtalldera., "Peerless"

of the South Atlantic States ;" turned Stetson University, Tuesday. .. .. ... .. .. compound lard sausages tt
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"Report on the Fish and Fisheriesof Mis Anita Carson ha* returned !:om --- Packing House Prod net*. Florid.. Branch JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j il

'," apd tbe, "Check-list Costal Waters of the of Florida Fishes of;" St.and Joseph's will spend tbe winter St.berr.Aa with:.ItI.her.., : ::) : :eEJ-: '.:C '::mss: :=:

Kraodparenta Mr. and ...... Ia.raa.I I u
They are a useful
very Unto want to Watches AND.
you save money.
lot of report., and we gladly give I Jewelry.
lied Hot Vrtnu the Gun
them a place in our library. We DRY
i alto acknowledge receipt of a book Was tbe bait test kit O. B. Steadmaa The old established Watch and
of 198 entitled "Indoor of Newark" ha the Civil war. It TRUNKS, TOTS XMAS NOVELTIES,XU!. Price are right. Jewelry business THE OOLDEXALIQATOR.
pages canted *.&nib" morn that has removed from Weed
Sports no treatment the old stand, 5 Bay street
from ilr. R. Tenbroeek, kelp i for JOean. Then
' general eastern agent of the Union salve cured him. Care Daekl.D"tslea eat, Oar stock fa new, well selected and SUITABLE.: WE!: CAN, WE Wiix: please yoo. to 41T west Bay street, on the same side of the sheet In the
t Pacific Railroad, :Drew York. It is bruises, burns, boils, 1.1011" corns, kin TRY US. Mailorders receive prompt and careful attention. ". Traveler's Hotel block. EatabUlhed In 1873. .Address
brim full of useful Information! and I eruption Beat Pile cor* oa earth. ". ,
y J5ct' *. a box. Car guaranteed. Sold by ,r ..J.O'"trIS:: :I.: SJ..L..t.t-E1' : > ,
rule : : tot'rS.::
for indoor and ;
perU games. Wilson A Son, drug ..... John. R. Walker & Co.t'*', > Titusville Fla. '
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BORn picking is a fashionable pastimeat
present. 10 and U: Bridge street, JACKSONVILLE: .
We are still shipping pines and orangesa exclusive ration of grain scientifically blended to accomplish certain ends. .
few crates Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants.
dally. The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda

Guests are beginning to com to enjoy; shorter moulting
the hospitality of the Netherby. season. We pay cash for all fruit and vegetable, or receive on commission,
The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strength
the benefit of tho musket
,giving shipper
Miss Florence B-iblnson left Tuesday
and condition to your horse.
to resume her studies Rollins' College l-JtOMl: -T ItirrUHNS. OltDKKS F1ILK1> at IOWiBT IMCICES.Wo .
The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable
Miss Annie May AVhlpple entertained results. want--

young ,
The H-O Co.'s Palry Feed will greatly: Increimo tho How of milk, and makeIt
: ,
ak a richer In butter fats; at the same time keeping up the live weight of the cow
1? Clarence Wbipple who has been visitIng rOULTKY ANI) EGGS.ll In Georgia for a month retul ned home TIT that the trial bf a sample lot of the U-O Co.' Feeds will\

r We correct all cases of simple and last Sunday! night.. YYR Guarantee t substantiate the Rbovu claims, or we will cheeifully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

[mpound refraction of the eyes, lollevnng Sailboat and launch parties are (II your money. 10 And 12 Bridge Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

all nerve and eye strain, headaches, dally occurence. The weather being just Ask your feed dealer, for It. If be does not keep It we will supply you direct. ... .. .. __ .
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pad: often sick stomach. A scientific right for such pleasures, bathing parties CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.

[examination made before fitting glasses. Included. ,

We carry the largest optical stock in the Mrs. F. O. Williams loft for her home WEST ADAMS STREET, . . JACKSONVILLE: : FLA.tectavoDi ATLANTIC CITY.

f State. We also do the largest optical- In Jacksonville, Sunday morning, aftera -- - ---.-- ,. --- - - ----
delightful!; visit of a week, to her j>a-
[,"{business. Repair woikjby mall prompt- rents here. .

f attended to. Address Mr. and I Mrs Jas. E. Andrews and The Hew! Seaside Resort of the South 16 Miles from Jacksonville.

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Specialist. children who have been visiting in Eden
for a week left, Jan. 1st, for their borne

Clarke's Pharmacy, in Tltusvllle. of the Florida East Coast
Property Railway
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Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. There never was a more beautiful week!

of weather than the one ushered in by; !
Xmas day. It has been simply perfect. The moat popular ttoaslde report! lii the Sotitli.

Tibbals. New Year's day was almost too warm Lot I'rotitlnsf the ocean and iNiuloviml.H now
for comfort, but was very beautiful.
offered for tinle. SI)( clnllrlct'4 for next HO Uaj'n.OO"ULX"tlCXZ3. .
f Layreader W. G. Gilmore held scfvlcesl The Masonic banquet and musicale at

Ii St. Paul's__ church. last Sunday, and Fort Pierce was 'well attended by the. resIdeuls noasaroar.Oaaa JMCMOMVIUC.FIAI : .< ::sucl-r.o..o.n.\ :: : u k.gft.
h of Eden. A D. Merwin took a
lucre was a vory large attendance.Mrs. -------- -- - - - -- --
load up In hi* fine turnout. C. A. Robinson 23 Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA..

; E. Webster returned from St. : took a merry party on his launch, Sebastian. Melbourne. _. . .._ .
-- - -- # -- - --
ittgustlne, on Monday, where she has' and W. )0'. and II. W. Richards each tooka

|en under the treatment of Dr. Worley. carriage load. There were nineteen in Eau Gallie. Georgian

all who went from this place to enjoy New all.
Our express agent has been rushed I Happy e ear to you
the hospitality of the Masons. 'The menu & aoonEReal: Estate knit Ix>nn". -
i Ith business during the holiday*. lie ;y Roy Faber mado a trip to Knu Gallic, Agent for /Ftn.i, Ixinlnn sod Llvarponl and
first Christmas In Eau 3155. Llllle Carter attended the
were delightfully entertained, by wovk was quite gay -
y t he is glad Xmas does not come butea ; Wednesday.Mr. Globn t I'rovtilvncie w ai>Mn| toii, Hun nut lacltto -
year music, violin ansi piano, songs and reel tire Ininrannn. Kpnolftl attention pattI dulliu. lostlvltles at IndUnola, nnit reporteclv -

tatlons, Mr. Uoodwln'a songs being particularly Traylor, of Eden, spent Christmas to the tnterasts' nUll re.ldente.IIOTML We are plenum] to noto that \VIlIIlmTI'ellthJI' most enjoyable time.
k ev. J. T.. Sawyer Is well received. The
iition building quite an program with friend here. CAKt,RTOV-Open \earronnil.; IM- who has lawn quite ill, U on \Mis. Lima Ilalnlln and children MpnnbC'hilHtmim .
to bin
dock. It will be followed which
qufte an was by dancing was
U. Christ iltluratqottwa.mid', wmutr siiminur.' La the rood to with Imp fattier and mother
of Stuart
Kltchlng spent recovery ,
: :
which much Heh'ehhments
we are always glad enjoyed, consisting rated on high li'uir nvarluiikliiK the liullan
|.see go on.Attorney of Ice cream and cake were served durIng mas with his brother, 'S. Hitching, hero River Tones inoiliirnt, Mis. Tldwcll, of Verona, N. Y., .a 10- Mr. and Mis. O. N, Page

the The tine hall Y1\AJ l"I\I<1\TtIOII'r"rrl"tor. arrival here la tho of Mis.Bui Lllllo Florence has beau
F. M. Hudson and evening. new was Mrs.! Curd Schroeder and baby, Helena cent guest Wagner quite
ned to their beautiful borne family here re-, much admired, being very large, nicely; spent the holidays with relatives !rr Subsoi Ipttonn for the ADVOCATK, 'hour, tot Walden cottage nick fur several days with a severe cold,
J finished and well mulshed. lieio. the pink of the East Coast, will be but woe' si If Inly better on Monday,
t pnday: night, from a visit to }(r. Hud- paper Commodore Geo. Huston, of Chicago,
i n's parents at Sebastian. The) report At Captain Richards', New Year's dRYwall Roy Canon lifts gone to Ojus for the received at the Melbourne Postofflce who spends the winter at Cocoa, has Dr. Wlttfuld has the most handsome

[*,ery pleasant visit. marked by a family party, at which winter, where be will engage In truck nurcliUHod the Oliver: King from Captain grapefruit tree In tills section. II Is
farming.J A Happy New Year to all. Nenbltt. Mia will bu usud loaded with the choicest
f. H. Harris had his launch which the family connection, to the number of a* a pleaiuie fruit ever seen

i been lu the care of Bessie Bros., for twenty-six:, was entertained. At one C. Howard, of WabnsRO, was up, Capt.. A. J. Goode went to Jensen.last yacht. here, and Is u I b."*u ty.

[feral weeks, returned to him last week. o'clock dinner was nerved, and for theInfnl'matlon Tuesday attending the dance, taking lu Sunday. Mrs. and Miss ChlUU, of Glenn, N. Y., Mrs. Luna Halnlln and charmingllttlo

t. Harris and wife are having much will of northern friends- who the town, etc. O. O. Poppleton Stuart WAS In town took a i tin to 1'ivliu 1 Bunch uu siiuUuy daughter, ills* Elsie|. were pleasant call
rt cruising on the river. turn green with envy, we will say, day lust. week. last returning by Monday' train. IlivseliiillxH ors at. Mesdames. White's' Iluglies and
that In addition to chickens and tUI'key"and Mr, and Mrs. Fred Hudson and two one
mrv' the of Mr. and hits E. Iscook's .
f!18a Dertle Holl.'ter, a very prominent ,fixings1' there was new Irish and children left this week for .their future IouI Lvman has teturnvd to his business W. guests on ThatKilay morning.Uncle

Itruotorof Rollins College: at Winter sweet, celery, beets, mdlshen, hums at Tibbals.Wra. In Jacksonville, bilcKney.Dr. and Aunt lliiphrs, Winnie 1>1...

tic, spent the holidays thin place HS cauliflower,b..nll. turnips, water cresses Braddock Jr. a Louse C'liiin. 1' Wclil's tinge houso-buat on ami Jtitlpli I.uuglilln were oullors, at
\ guest of !Mrs. Harry Jennings. Mitts and carrots, all raised on Indian River, warming patty at,his ,new gave home on the We extend n welcome to the new firm !left Hiidumui's ", ay. uu hloudetyfur tho the lion pi table hqme nf Or aud Mrs.Wltlluld .

\Ulster has many friends !here; who al- and aa fine as ever was seen aoywbeie Hldge Tbuisday eveulog. In our town uf Kloou Jk Co. Canaveral' Club shouting ill"IWIIII' lit i mi This adllY aftuinuon
ys welcome tier in oar burg. The afternoon wa pent In games, bicycle About, thirty Melbournulte went up Chester ttluials.: Ml. KdwuuU was I inohargu I Dr. and hits Chsnibor* spent Chrietmuss -
tiding/ and'eatlojf the Captain' fine Allen'Campbell, of Koseland, attended to Eau Gallle New Year's to \ or tills beautiful\ matt,
Jr. and'Mrs.. Webster, brother and on Day nee day at Lotus, with L>i*. and Mrs.
grape fruit, and oranges/ -than which \the dance here, Chilmmas night, and th.. bull
er in-law of our popular postmistress, game. Miss, llotlgsou entertained on FI'lcl"y Cuprim .nd dauglitem.! Mr. t'spion I.a Is
there better In the. world. After again on New Yuar's night.
E. J. Luce\ arrived here, last week, afro the no in Our town still has a few pretty) winter evening In uouor "f herr fil ml. MlMainlu -.. winter of our K ulitl' !Jr. Chambeia,
i Plalnsvlllo. Ohio and supper young people indulged; Quite a number of our citizens attended Evans, uf 1f".lee\'IIItI, /S. C., on
expect toe homos fur runt but now
our cottages
blind and the Mr. Simmons: left Monday for Chicago -
dancing a ,
man a*
this place their future home. We the Masonic ball at Fait. Pierce, uu with a pluiiMiint, Oluss of tour. Friday evening/ Vocal and limtiumunt- .
wound with filling up to bo several days.'a are '
moonlight was tempting guise
welcome such In up the bight of the 27tli ol December. al muklo Hud ditnulug, were tile features
ays ;people our burg. ists.
a game of bide and seek on the lawn and piulty sine of one thing, he will not find
of this .
W. Bessie baa chartered from Will in the shrubbery bo; ended one New '' T, Matchett hauling building material Last Sunday evening good/ congregation pleasant evening.Mrs. tlio tliBi nxiiiVMtur at 85 degrees In the

(je his launch, until he can build rt Yeai's day In the Sunny /Mouth. \ on the lot whose W. L. Louder will met at the Congregational church W J. NonliUt entertained, Sfltur- shade there as It was here nonily all

kf! one, to take the place of the one build eight-room house for Mis. Car to her Rev It. I'. Morgan, of New day eveulng last Oauls wore the fva day the day he left here.

sceutly sold to Nick You a*,of Wash THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN Is usually Ills bmyrua ture "f thin jully\ uvtiulng.! 'Jhe Misses! Probably a great many residents along ;
an, D. C. Beanie Bros., are getting which The Sebastian Social Club a Taylor Kmiiiudj, UaiitVulh, llodgHuKVHUCI \ .
i Indigestion, means no appotlte gave the East Coast' do not know, that al-
L. C. Moore of Roielnnd
, e a reputation an bjat and launch 'well brought and Mis Uotufoid wniu HIIIU ) (
p weaiinebs dance Tuesday nlghr ,which was
sleeplessness, liability, thongli the ADVOOATM I I. one ol tie biggest -
Mr. and Mrs John Goode (home last
!del'11" Use ladles l prehent. Miss Taylor wlnuln '
< of ,lodv and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford's dy attended by our young people, about and most newsy weekly papers, in
Thllr th.y. They a most enjoyable -
report Ihe for time lilgheMt score and MlN
very jolly party chartered the yacht peptlclde Is a new and perfect cure. H fifteen couples being present time at Erclldoune. prUe VIol iIII, ll dues not cost thine. emit per
Evans of the pulse
be taut aids dlgemlon, tones aud regulates/ the a package pointers, week luclixlrd when subscribed
Saturday, and attended the Several of the fishermen have lost I mnde. The postage l
lor the lowest
t fling of the Oilbeita' Bar Yacht club, stomach. It. It.Wilson & bun. money by a sneak thief while they have Mrs. oillman, of Youngstown U in her 0., attired separated bout some 11 p. m, for their purl lea' I for by the. your. Just think of It.

}a cruise down the river, returning been In hotelariet..n.' Her host of
(day, delighted with the trip. They Fort Pierce. caught and taught a lesson. quarters well niUnulod and was both Interest' y
filends welcome her book.
consisted f The Clulstnia tree at Treutlei's hall
<> Miss Bertie HoIUtei .
sand;$ Mrs dairy Jennings and Art, The cat-boat,,1I1ne, made sail on The Misses Dull Hopkins Claude and fur the little oues uf !School No. A, wait a Inl thoughtfully, and prolltabU.furnished Mr*hoe. Munson\ coffee very and "a
er.11"he K. B. Raulerson paid Miami visit Tuesday with Messrs HogKSmait and complete succubus Miss Miller wo In
a and Jessie McMillan if and ''
( Banyan, ciaokui At midnight the balls. of both'
Stanley Kltchlng boaid. They visited
of the which wllli reel
annual Monday. Miss Laura Houstonof Eau Gallle, were charge program, church .and schuol honsa umng
meeting of Gilbert's B joyfully
I if 1'ulicau Island, awl neveial place of tatloim from the children\ Included VUOH
'.ht Club WHS held, Jam Saturday,'for Tuesday being! New .Year' Day, the loteieat on the east side of the liver, guest of Mis. Adams thin week. and Inmr. ii mental munlo.: Mesdames mil the old year and tang lu the new,"

",!election officers for the coming store closed part of the jay. I W. ]{, Campbell t.ook,1\lelltlamttM E. M, Htlokney, Nunbtlt and /Bnell, Mlsn llwlg on the soft mid balmy air -light and I.W'U'DI .
The Union !Sunday: Solon met at the
pir and agalu the members elected RII A midsummer night.
; one John Goode and Miss Eva
Richards is in Campbell, sun and mtvsml guiitletfken sided l uiuutl
prominent Harry putting up usual hour :2:10: lust !Sunday: and after .
llTibbals member
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Harry a windmill at the store of Mr. Cobb.J. I the lesnous were over, the following officers Gates for a drive to- Mrs Valentino' lu carrying out tin good woi'k. The hall
InKs, as Vice-Commodore. They home Working Nltflit nnd Day.
lovely al Tlllman.lanl.Saturday.Leon was beautifully I deooratod/and' the Xmas
: elected for the Rev
were year1:
f lends of Mr. Jennings extend A. fledge has just completed a nice
hoe was u tiling of beauty' J.C. MHodgson The busiest anti mightiest little thing!
W. A. Louder, stipeilbtendent and teach Adam, of Fieemont Ind., I III
congratulations. addition his home.
to recently bought er Bible class No. II{ Stanley Kltohlng, here to. spend to winter with his mother acted the put of /Santa Claus. that was ever made In Ir. Kings New

us. Gertrude England gave; a number Mr. Herrman and friend of Key West, teacher class No. 2; Miss Belle Hogg, and brothers, Mr. Adam must Indeed I II The ball In Treutler' hall on New life pills. Evuiy 1'11I1.I a nugar-couted

fer friends a very pleasant outing on I.weie pleasant visitors lu town, Tuesday. teacher class No. 3; ;Ml"i Irene Braddock, I I bo happy now with her three jolly boyll.I I Year's Eve jirovod the great suoceim IiluRDivril globule of honllb, that changer vreakne -
Tear's day, by chartering the yacht I I teacher class No 4 Mis Florida Kltchlog Into stronuth )IIlItle..1l08a l IntotlnerII'
Mr. and Mrs.. of Shllob ; front the opening, drone to the
Carpenter .
Mr. sad Mrs. P. P. Powell will not bo mental
and .
> sailing over to the Pavilion and bialn-fag Into power.They're
on arrived here Fri lay night He la Interested I secretary treasurer. Tbe Misses here this winter to lM.t extra All enjoyed. It to the full
eao beach, where an elegant lunch will\ we regret report, womlerfnl In building the
Ada and Irene Braddock be the organists Messrs.. Ihuli"r, and Adams formed the up J
In the fish business
*rved, and adlp In the briny deep here. for the coming year. With this but trust Mrs P well will be *o Improved oichustra. A pleasant feature of thulr l health Onlr 8Ao per boa. Bold by II*

also much enjoyed by those who J. S. Bell arrived home, Sunday afternoon Mae corps of officers the school hopes to In health that she will be bore neat program was the addition of vocal aooompanlinvnis K Wilson A !Bon: druggist .

[advantage of the opportunity. after a few days' absence at Palm do a lot of good work.J. suason. to some ol the pl.cea renlered. t:

Beach, where he went, to got his boat. Melbourne Lodge }\I'n.4J.. F. A A. M., < Messrs, Gilbert, Hodgson'Fey. .,

pp< d hands, cracked lips and rough' Capt. A. J. Lewis, of West Palm A. Lambertof Rachel, IT. C,writes: had Installation of olllcer on Deo. 27th lor and 1'iiddlson deserve oiedll for the Bovine.

of the sklu cured quickly by Banner Beach, was a pleasant visitor to town "I heartilyendome Foley'a Kidney Cure.It for the ensuing year. The officer are: sole way the floor was managed; and the -

the most healing ointment in the lost week, being the guest of II. Bronson. does what you claim It wjlUdo, and I.. A. Peek, W. M.I t Geo. F. I'uddlson, S. iMtllos' committee uu refreshment left Nne Prescott was l In town, Monday on
"1",.,,,....., .' .B. K. Wilson A bon.Micco. there Is n.thlu/le.qllal/ to It, and I thank W.I; Frank II Foe, J. W.; It. W. Goodo, nothlncr undone to make the supper the business
_II- ___._.._..__ Mrs. Tucker and hercliarmiug daughter you for the good I Ik bo done ma." Accept treasurer; C. II. Stewart T. C. Nichol- great success It wan, both being ably l ,
arrived home, Friday evening, after an .no Dubdtiluie.. li. K. Wilson & Son son, S.D.T. C. CbaiTee, J. D.J; C. W. ervvd and In great profusion Mel. Fred Houston and, family visited at
absence of eight months, visiting In the Bol too S. L. C. Moore J. S.S. F. Savage this wuvk.
------- S.j; | bourne, Banyan, Tropic, Jet sun. mod
oortb. Glbbs, Tyler fe other points were reprusentad. The Jim Hwurlerson and family visited At

; and Mrs. Harry Smith from Chic- A party of yonng folks formed a surprise Vero. auuitts .separated fur their several homes Huntervllle last week.

re at the Day cottage for the win. party, Monday night. and repairedto CONSUMP'l'ION'l'UHEA.TENED, about aaiO a. m., after wishing each and 1 Frank llunterandfamllyofS.bam.'lans
ft the home of Mr. and ,u.. Geo Sauo- Abapp y New Yoar to,the. ADVOCATE: C. Ungor, VU: Maple HI Champaign/ 111., every one present "A Happy New Year" were In town last week
ders, taking with them plenty of good and all I Its. readers. writes: "I was troubled with a hacking -----
and Mrs. Holh and George Clera- things to eat. Games were Indulged la t Dethel and Sam Stewart. sro off on an
; cough for a year and I thought I had the To coughing I It,
Clifford cure a cough, stop a*
Mr, and Mrs Chas. Jun.
spent! extended hunt this week.Mice .
pave lately come from Chicago to until nearly 12 o'clock, when they all consumption. I tried great many remedies Irritates the lungs, and gives tlmm no
' Ihe Mlcco colony for the winter; scattered In different direction, some to dayton the ocean beach ,, and was under the care of physic- chance to heal. JTolay's Honey and Tar Kate Martin spent the Christmas

'', f r. and Mrs. James' Williamson from the school house, others to the church, Miss Ole Evenson, of Oslo, called on lana for several month. I used one bot- cure without causing a strain In throw vacation! In Melbourne, tusking calls
ark. tolling the requiem of the dying centuryand friend here, Sunday last. tle of Foley' Honey and Tar. It cured Ing off the phlegm III.. common coughexpcuturunu. '
greeting; the new one, amid the and I have nol been troubled since" Mr. end Mrs. Stewart, in eompanv with 1
me 11 1C Wilson A
has fine to show to ; /Hun.:
' o i something shrieking of the whistle at the Ice factory Capt. Penny, of Canaveral, was a, recent B. k Wlison A Hon. the: Misses Belle and Susie and Master
i this winter, In the way of pine- and clanging of church bells and visitor to this section. Leon Stewart, went up to Tltusvllle.
, i Samuel Ward Green' Porto
[and Smooth Cayennes are not to booming of guns. Miss\ Rose Penney, our popular schoolteacher Banyan. The pretty and popular Miss Kate l

l\8l1Otllo the State, and his sheasdels. Dr. Holmes, of City Point was In town speo the Christina holiday Roseland. Bryant, of Miami, I Ie visiting her sister,
Monday and Tuesday, attending coupleof with her parent at Nathan. Urs. Annie Simmons at her oosy homo

> orange groves are looking fine. patients here. We acknowledge a Messrs. 'Tim llu and Roger pent a T. Padgett, a brother of Mrs. Cain, holiday Mis Nettle al Lotus.Jones pent' part of the on Central avenue.

Frost stays where he belongs, pleasant call from the Doctor. His rem. few pleasant hours *l the residence l ofMr. with his family, spent Christmas with There was a dance at the IIchool.hoUlllt

r s not come wandering down to nhenres[ ( of former days on Indian River and Mrs. heed, Christmas Dy.Ur Mr. and Mr*. L>. Cain, returning home O. I.. Stewart and family, visited la on (:lirlstma Eve. Among the visitors
S vlIdly call to mind earlier day before Brantley on Hnnday. wires Miss Kosn Belle Unnter Jam. M.
Itty river several hundred boxes and Mrs. F. C. Prange and little Monday. *
the scream of the steam engine startled ,
DUB fruit will be added to the Christmas with her Tbe Mlssv McMillan and Hunter,Js"e, llarodon and. other..
the heron from Its loading !ground, or son, "'Ctrl spent eve U. Cain lost flee boxes: each of orange Hopkinsare
nusands that will come from our, the gasoline odor of the naphtha launch father and other relative at this place. and grapefruit, in a wreck on the I'lant vlsttitfgat Eau GtllJe. '. A lolly party visited Melbourne Beach

>>.5 season. !, defiled the sweet air and broke the rippling X. O. Penny of Nathan spent two System recently. He bs received notice The recent showers have been of great atJetdame Krluuy. Among other wo notice.l{

Ith Williamson had quite a serious waters Into masses of f tt last Friday. While loading ear. Holmes, aside from being an eminent 10 Ills tiny boat "Mermaid," a distanceof returned from Kittle and Alma Martin aDd Etta lien-
Quinn Gibson Monday, .
t lone exploded in his left band, ; medical professional Is a scholar and a about 75 mile In one day. hi. vacation la South Carolina. He Prof. Earl. Adam, mother and brother nets, Mesar Leon Adam, Frank Boormil .
pglt dreadfully; Dr Platte, of gentleman sad his literary taste Is exquisite. . and Echo Hesaer spent Christmas and Itollo Hlssner, .'ro!. Earle and
brought with him, a* bl* bride, a oharm-
lerce, wa telegraphed for, and Now that the holiday are over, we In Uanyan Capl McDonald: all of Melbourne.
hand'sa will look for the return of all the fishermen log young lady Irons Colombia B. U.ilesirs. .
pared to amputate The rata and rabbit have destroyedover
I L. C. Moore and A. K. Campbell
who to their former borne to
b knowing exactly the nature Million liven Away. went substantiated their good wishes with fifty budded tree at this place by Ilruve Men Fall
the with their families
p fcldenU Fortunately no foreign It I* certainly gratifying to the public: enjoy and some useful present., taking the bark" off I Victim to stomach, liver and kidney
had lodged In the hand and to know of on. concern In the land who Will\ who Lao troubles a* wall, as women, and all fuel
I some grower
j the wound will probably heal are not afraid to be generous to' the Mid Edna Wlgfleld of Toledo, and orange be result.o Ion of appetite, poison Imbe
week. Our quiet little settle and The E. Or Walker of Woodley, mad a short TRIED FIVE DOCTORS.-1n Franee tried letting poultry tun In his orangegrove blood
needy suffering. proprietor backache hoodoo
nsrvonsoou, -
Sale Missouri Vailey.U., write: give result of' Do they
'stirred for timer call friend. here Sunday afternoon. ,
, > quit* op> a. of [Jr. King j new discovery fur consumption on Ie bo and tired listless, run-dowa feeling
"I bad kidney traij' for destroy lady bug aDd other scale sating
severe ,
mad had It not been for the and colds have They were out for their health In Mr. '
coughs !given Dist tber no need to feel like that.
without Insects
Waller' bad tried five doctor. benefit thereby; causing seal to multi
alstanoe rendered by neighbors, away over ten million traai bottle of fine tnroodt but three bottle of Foley's Kidney Care ply or notfDBATINO Listen to J. 'V. Gardner. Wavllle, In A

al. friend would have suffered this( great medicine; and have the satisfaction eared B. K. Wilson A: Son. n. ua; Electric: lilltera are Just the
,. than he did, before tile ar- of knowing has absolutely cur FAMILY JARS are more often the result me. thing for a man when be I* all run dowa

i doctor. ed thousands of hopeless' case*. Asthma of Indigestion Uuur anything .!.*. 8TOVZS: of all kinds, for and dont ONe whether he live or'die,

K1L bronchitis, hoarseness and all dleae* Dyspeptic*, are usually Irritable, ..1'1'00" DOORS, SASH BLINDS, lime, cement, coal wood, ira*, oil or gasoline The did lOON to give me new strength and
wn' billa by giving Foley of tb. throat chest and luoff are Barely cranky. Individual who make trouble for brick sod all other kinds of building Banner oil beater, only to.00. mike Iced appetite than anything I could

I Tar to Infant and children la cored' by It. Call on 19'1'Boa.' all those around them. Vr. Loyal Vord'c material. Quick shipment and lowprices. I an acceptable and useful ilolldsy pre ak*. I can BOW vat anything and have

prevent pneaaKtnU or eroap drngCUU and get a free trial bottle.Regular the stomach right 1One. ..t Write toIwo. a new !...*. on life. Only W,ctnt*' ak
soda heamakes .
i fatal to so many thousands of size I fiOoaad $1. Every bottlegu.rwteed restores happiness la the IL FJJALI.I < U. FKBXAX.D.Baaford. Wilson A Son' drug Mtor*. .Every. ,

K Wilson A: Son. or price refunded. boaMAObt B. B. Wllaoo & & Jtaaford JC1*,. Tie, bottle gnarantaed..




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ITEMS OF_INTEREST.f Florida East Coast Ry.

Fruit Chickens' : are never no nice aa when

two of them can be got Into one frying&
pan. BOUTS BOUND (Beat Dowa. :Ja EX.*e.>tI.6, 1900. (Reed Dp) BTOBT BOOKD.To7l .

.. No.Jfl XoM No.D .
Keep;: the sweet peas closely cut ot; only Daily; Dal f (.. n. STATIONS. No. Ml Daily Daly Jly
To raise .fruit 4) Q) KtiU:. \ sr..11
good all their bloom the vines will
or noon 5): ,.b4 ;::'::7. 76.'IP lUOOa" Lt ...... . Jaokmjuville ..... ....Ar '78fp; i lit Ida ...... ms :
quit tlowerliiK. ? .... .. Up 11 10a A r.....:. St. Antuatina .. .....Lv 1 alp: 90tla ...... Ojc
have Potash. > : J. .. Drtp 'UiaTStp LvMa ....... fit. Au.n.llna .... ..Ar 016p iO.a .
you must = c" ...:.. ebp_11 ...,... Baaunirs ...... .Lv.. 641lp tWIaI ...... ; 5aBnI : :
A faryier's Leghorn owls made ,.a . .... .'P1206 "r:.... .. rae0: Pulatka. .... .. 8 Kip Site., t7wi'
Fertilizers ; friend with Ills lock of sheep and rid 7j4.lab ai. .,,, ......_ '41IP' .1'.Pal..rka..L., v ; ...... t" -
containingat thaw of every tick. ,.a .. .... .IQpU.JaL".Pal.t..... .. ... ...AI' 14IIp 8 Kim ..... 0 oa:
pq i p :-::::-. ... .I'..... .....Nan'btaieo.rLv .. '" fSEi 7:":":":': p Ioi t
least 8 to 10% of = .. .. ..... Lr", ..... .... 8 oM t..o. ...Ar I' .. ... td:
Wit notice that when you get one out F ... : 11II ml4 tQ l
wr 1.q o rJ.6PI.IIU t,...... Pala-Fa.Ar. '61' TI' ...... JP
It la only a very 'short' time until you ? ; ...... 'to! 1211I1' '' ........ 4 Potash will give best have a whole lot more. m LA M ID ...... TAfip lB7p" ..........Davtooa.. .......... .. S tip ...... .P'tn.
:. ,,:: .8ddp.117p" .........!' Orange......... N 841p ... ti I
680a 8111Jp aiup .. .....Haw Smyrna.. .. obID:! 66y ;
results fruits of all The prairie soils of the west make = fii4. ( /AliaUa .. :lSlp: N ..:........Oak Hill .......:..". ioop . IIIIII g P2
on 8 .;..:: BOiy"( ........../Pltn..tue.,........ N AAWip' .: : 11161'g. r
the text roads' In the world .when the ...... ...... 88 p .. ..........01tF: Polo........... N 16 p ...... .
ground (8( dry; the worst when It In GQ ............. Itlllp< ) .. .... .eo-... ......... N 14T
kinds. cd; ,. .. .. .. oDllUp ..M......Auoklad! i a.......... 14111> .. :.:.: 0 RtO
wet. g. :t ..:::: ...: .. 4111Jp .. ......Eau OMIt.......r.. 11111' ......
ike ...... ...... .2111' ..........Mnlbourna......... 1 CIIlp .821....... trli
Write 'Cur our pamphlet, which xhcmlilte The P"Rllut crop of 'h* country l III .a oG. ...... ...... 5 .. .1a4 ....... ..... 6)11p( .......... .......... 12 :*:*V, ... .. J
in every firmer' library. worth not less thuD $12.0)0,0) per annum M m ..... ..... Wpo&p .... .at' L..ol.......... HDUaIIOU ...:.. P td;
They are sent free. and there are otlll lots of people rn rS ..... ... .: "....LUkori Pieroa......... U:6a ..,. ( HO : I
...... ..... lerp ....,.. ... Tlbbala........... 1111 who think It doesn't amount to shuck Fo4 ...... ... .. .81p ....>......... Kdeu ........... ...... CD
GERMAN KALI WORKS, ...... .... .. 8Mp N ....,......_Jeomia.......... OB5.. ......
N .... .. ... .. \ ..........Stanrt. ....... iO 40a ...... if.en
Nuuo St. Hw York. From the tluie that robin's blue ID
9J egg Q 94Bp .. Sound.. .....'* ...... .
...... ...... ...... .Hobe "" 10 ..... (oa: !
.- -.- -- .,,- - Is laid In the nest"' till the young bird . Tri-Weekly Sailings . ..... ...... 7!Sip ....... .. Jupitar........ .. : ...... ..,.,. 0
hatched from It la eating C........ ...... S O4( ....,..Wast Palm Baaoh..... V ,, < ...,.. .... a pE.i :::
Free and busy your ...... ...... SIWp ...,...... Boyntoa .....;,... '1 tI .... ......
Accented Masons. berries In the garden Is only about 40 NEW YORK. ....... ...... snip a..". ...... Dalray.......... I 14a........ ...... ..
r days. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and .en en ...... ...... 81p: ...::Fort Lauderdale..... 8 ...... ......
--t. .... .... 1007p .,....Lamon Oity .... 7 .... ......
....:. ::.. 10 ICp Ar.::........ ..Miami, ......... Lv 7 .:.... .. F....,
A patch of CO square' \ rods", of strawberries at Charleston, both ways) .tt Parlor Oar onTralna Ua aad 7*. .

Indian r No. 00Tltusvllle 1 ownl'roet. which thin we 1.'ur$2.00 know brought per rod.the The FineCalling p in the Coastwise Service ISatwaan Jaok.onytlla. Patio Baaoh and May port. "1
1 o wo.lf No u a o.
Jilver { Wood ashen liberal fertilizing and Bun 8'n:; Daily b Uy SrATIONS. l: 7.ya
secured till rvnult. .x Sn ox 8nAlMip 0IItl., ,
n good tar* ..!only: Only _
1.1)(11(6. Florida. The Clyde New England and Southern nes. ,, iop 2'' )T T iiIlk/ L v. ...... ..,'... . .Jaok..avlll..A. IrOlJIIlJHp ...... t
)rolli. IM the mwonil/ kail tnrrthMrl- Direct bervlce Between 2UHp f8kp 81fa!! Ar .......... ... In_ ..... .
i mantlnipi When a man iiadertakes the task of 70ftp SOUP 8/1Oa/ .. .... .... .. ..o.Jwkscnvllle..L. f f ......
darof fwh niiintli, ft" thaluM Armory, Tltusvll'lo : .. ... . .. .. ..... ....... .
at T/0;. o'nlork p. m, renovating: and restoring one of those", Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 7jjup sOUp 811I11' 1/1601 .. ... .Mayport. f......
n..... W.Hnobln, Wor' h.ful( Master ,
| abandoned fiirnid In t the east be begins .. and .
I ,!, It.Wiilker/Honliir/ Warden Batw n ;N w Smyrna Orange Batwaan Tltn TllIa and Saafar4.No .
Cl.' H. BrlniylHr .lunlor Warden.J. a more dlHlcnlt task tlinn would be the (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) JnnotloM. ,t
: : ;: II STATION ti. o
M. JMxoa, +r iuturnr.f. subjugation of the limclfHt piece of SB.Ml-WEKKLY!: BAttaNacsSotrthbmmd. orCltj, ,,. -
,t A. Morgan Hunr mry. .. ........ ...... .... ..... .. ... ..... ... .... ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Bontontortbbuuml ; \ INO,2. .. ..,.. .
J.fl A.r !HnuliHH W.:M.'Wnmlwnrd;i Junior' :Dmioon. -- - 4 'p .......Or..p l"ItT........ | b21W.\ M ........,.yellt.rp ry ..,...... I
.1. H. Horeven Mentor Buiward.; The Introduction wf American flour Clyde. St. Johns River Line. 11001,,.. ...OranitaUttyJunotlon... | a8p ItaAr....., ....Sanford.U W.
<'. If. Walton, Jiininr Htewnrtl.1U Into China nt a price with which rice All trains between New tomrrna and Orange' jAil trama between TttvavUla a 4Oally
U.M Ins,Jr.,Tyler.KIDNEY raised! by the Chinese farmer cannot BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANPORD. City Juoa.lon..1 err f t tounrl" fluaday.TboiM : ,

compete| In HAld to have, bad not a littleto jack.o."lIIe.Palatkalantord. Knterprliie: Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. '1'lmu IVblvit.. uovr' the um. "' at. whlu. tramii may k the. (Ipvatad Nm taa...rtv< aaa Aapart
I from the several 1 t tloui, but their arrival nr rtepartar* at a a ta ass (oaraiv
do with the growing antipathy toward STEAMER teed, uor down the Company hold ttwlf r..po..lOibl.. for amy delay ar say -...__ aria* Nr
DISEASES all foreigner on the pint of the "CITY OP .TACl SONVILLE." tar tbt ' f S '.

2hlue.e people. CAPT. W. A. SHAW Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co. I
saeoosa Leave foot Catherine street JaoknonTtlla 330: p. ni., Hnn.lay..Tu" ; Leave HanforU: ).> a.m Kuterprlne U::3l( a. DI, Monduj" Wuilneaduyii and Fridays.
Lightning will seek the
not always
are the most fatal of all dis CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

highest p 4nt an a mark to strike Cen.'l'1 Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. HAVANA L1NB. -
eases.fOLEY'S. though a tall tree or a monument or
II. WA RBURTO.T.: T. P. A., T. M.IRONMONGER.JR., Fla. P..... Art, Leave Miami Tnewlaya, ........1100 V- m. Arrive gar Went W.d..dys..11.0p\ .A
I a church or capitol /spire will'be more 19 Sato 8t,. New York. I 2)4 Went Kay at. Jacksonville Fla.. Leave Koy Went Wedn a> ..
K10NEY CURE& 'M often struck than less", coOKplcuous ob- A. C.. HAOKKTY, Pass. A 1ft. {JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent. Lea. UaimnaTh I Fla. Thuradayii. 580 Jrrjva tarsi Frtdare... A ...!... ...
I Buaractjad Riaad The electric Quid baa all 19 State Bt .New York I Foot Hogan St. JaoksonTllle Lave Key Went p. m. a. JIa
I leets. a
; way THO8. D. HALEY,tonal rraiRht Agent, O. P. LOVKU ASIIt. Fla. UIII own. erratic full, of surprises andipparenrty tet HutcanSt.JackHonvllle. Fla. I 8oJ JacksonTllle.Fla.THKO. KEY WEST LINE. -
O. Oenoral Mananer. WM. P CLTnK A CO., General AgenM.CheHboronich .
money law. Leave Stey Went Bnj>d
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