Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00377
 Material Information
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: December 13, 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: VID00377
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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LOCAL NEWS -Gardner makes special prices Fri SAM PERKINS, Sanford I la Dyeing. Every Friday bargain day at Gard ALONG THE EAST COAST.E. AMONG THE HOTELS. j

days. ner's, Tltusvllle. -

And Topics of General interest. "-Mr. Robt. L. Motlow left for Cocoa, Gallery Tltusvllle and look at samples.We -Conductor J. B. Hunniout has returned V. Blaokman, of Miami, captured Where to stop along the East Coast.

yesterday. are asked what have become of from his hunting trip In South the first prize for the best box of lemons See list of hotels on 'tth page.

When writing, advertisers please our correspondents At Cocoa- and An Carolina. The pineapple growers In the Indian The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all f

THE ADVOCATE, mention the ADVOCATE. kona. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold River section are adding a large acreageof the best hotels In New York city. "

$1.60 per annum, la ad ranee. Divine services next at St. sheds this \
Sunday season.C.
1.00 six months ,. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO -Mr. E. L. Brady has returned home on Where to stop In Tltusvlllef See Tltusvllle -

2.00 per an. to foreign, countries. Dr. Dodson, near Court-house. this week, after spending a few days at at Mark'sohurch St. Gabriel's Cocoa church, at 10:10 Tltusvllle:< a. m.; and at T. MoCarty of Ankona secured one hotel ad on our 7th page.
Miami. of the first for the best peckof
F. Webb left here Mon The Royal Victoria hotel Nassau, N.
When subscribe for the ADTO- -Attorney 7:30: p. m. at the Florida State Fair. I
OATS by you the year, It does not coat you day, on a professional visit to Woodle)',. -Gov. Jennings has appointed Z. T. -Commodore Mace of New York pecan., P., under the management of Mr. HarryE.
Merritt of Buena Vista to be The pineapple plantations In the vicinity Bomls, formerly of Rockledge will
Included. a notary In L
three cent per week, postage -Now Is your time to buy a launch or now has his fine yacht first-class trim December 31st.
publlo for the state at large. of Stuart, are making a splendid open for the season on
date of sailboat cheap. Read the ads. on this and he Is commencing to give some very
Note expiration printed with the of
growth a larger
week. upon This -Mr. Eugene Hunt, one of Chicago's enjoyable sailing parties to friends In prospect crop Mr. D. J, Trudonii one of the office
this than last.
your. paperor for wrapper every No need page.The brick and lumber Is fast arriving well-known commission men, arrived Tltusvllle. ;year staff of Hotel Ormond Ormond, and the
Is receipt your money.
a for for the new OOxUOft. store that Is the Indian River hotel on Wednesday.The The White City planters have In a Mount Pleasant house White Mountains,
for us to send receipt subscription. -Mrs M. F. Goldsmith, accompaniedby
large of beans which promise a was In Chicago recently, visiting friends.
about to be erected for Jno. R. Walker acreage
date C to United has her Baldwin
The (gives you. States Senate confirmed parents, Mr. and Mrs. bountlfulorop. White City "takes th.cake" He ..lIIlIoon be on the Kast Coast. r
& Co., Tltusvllle. the appointment of Mr. Geo. W left here Tuesday, for Fort Pierce, wherethey'wlil
for culture.
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on -Mr. Jos. Zapf one of Jacksonville's Allen, as Collector of Customs at Key make their future home. Their Readers, take note of the hotels now

safest; the following news-stands, at five prominent merchants, passed through West. many friends here regretted. to see them C. G. Mathams of West Palm Beach open and advertised on our 4th and 7th
leave Tltusvllle. ha been shipping large quantities of extremely Da not look around for other
cents per copy : here, Sunday, on his way to West Palm BUY .1 WORTU OF MERCHANDISE page.
Tltusville B. R. Wilson & Son. Beach short with his brother.Dr. handsome pines, for which he hotels, for the best hotels are generally
on a visit
at Rhode Tltusvllle and get a ticketto -The Walton self-locking pulleyblockIs
of Florida.
advertised In the
has been receiving good prices.C. pink paper
J, B. Screven.
S. Worley, of St. Augustine the drawing of the beautiful dress causing a deal of Interest to be takenIn
Jacksonville. -Duval hotel. went to West Palm Beach, the first of suit case and toilet set. It hrth.L by block manufacturers and T MoCarty, of Ankona, received Manager Arthur I,. )Marsh of Hotel

News stand,Union depot the week, on a professional visit to Mr. elderof a.amen.iapt.. J. O. Walton has just) the first premium for the best box of Indian River Ititoklodge Is sending out )
Henry Anthony upon whom he operateda Henry Kelgwin, presiding had some pulley blocks made that will tangerines; also best display of "open" some neat and pretty semi-Illustrated

rrr Reading notice ads. are ten cents week or so ago.Elaewhere here the a Presbyterian short time on church Wednesday stopped on over his easily raise a ton. grown pineapples. at the State Fair. folders which are a oredlt to his house I
and Rockledge. We acknowledge receipt -
per line on this page. '- we have an ad. 'of the way to Rockledge and Miami. -The Methodist church, Tltusvllle, You should see the broad smile thaiplays of one t,

Sam Perkins Sanford cleans clothes.* John B. Stetson: University DeLand will have a Christmas tree on Christmas over the faces of the North Ankona '
-Mr. Chas. D. Provost
a prominent
This university Is well known to FlorIdians Eve. There will\ be vocal and Instrumental pineapple planters as they look at their Mr. D. D. Whltten recently chief clerk
D. L. Gaulden paid a visit to merchant and of Lotuswas
Judge and should receive a liberal patronage orange grower hotel music, etc., and those who wish to do pineapple fields. C. T. McCarty Is at the Arlington: Petoskev, Mich., and
Cocoa and Rockledge on Tuesday a guest of the Indian River
by our people. from until Wednesday. so, may put presents for their friends on among that number, also of the otlloe force of the late Hotel
Miss Aleph-Mime left here on Saturday Tuesday the true Entertainment will commence awarded Windsor, Jacksonville was a pleasant
James Carnell of Ormond, was
for Fort Pierce, to take a position Tim ROCKAWAYUOTORCOMPANY -Rev. Father O'Boyle Is expected In at; 7:30:: p. m. far the "best and caller at this ollloo on Tuesday. lIe had
school will. have a launch at Fred Fisher's the first premium been short visit to Rookledge. lIe '
as assistant teacher In the public town to day or to-morrow. He will bold on
wharf Cocoa until >fcunday.: Will be services In the Roman Catholic church -Mrs. Geo. W. Sooble and daughter largest collection of fruits and jellies In left for Jacksonville on Tuesday after- I
-The Eastern Star will hold a meet. pleased to show everyone. Address, J. :Miss Merle who have been on a three jars"| also first premium for the best
ing on Tuesday evening, at their lodge Dauer, Georgians, Fla. at 10:30: a. m., on Sunday next, the 13th.: weeks' visit with Mrs. C. S. Schuyler at dozen glasses of jelly, at the Florida noon. I,

room, and a full attendance Is requested, -Mr. and Mrs. S. Brown, jr., Mr. and Jensen are expected home today Mr. State Fair. Mr. Chas A. Merrltt a former manager
-Mr. James C. Gray, of New York Mrs J. DI'own'aod Miss M. Nelson, of Soobie will accompany them, to attend of Hotels Plnolde and Kuthbun, Jacksonville 1
...:Editor Oslin of the Free Press of If should be In Tltusvllle and want
passed through here yesterday, on his you Is the of Haney'awell.kno"D
Chicago, passed through: here Sunday, the Masonlo meeting,; to-night, and to remain now manaKl\r
Southern Pines N. C.. has been enjoy way to Rockledge, where be ,,11be chief on their way to Cocoanut Grove for the over Sunday In Tltusville. to see some real old.f"abloned orange and flrst.oja.iM" restaurant on
ing a visit with relatives at Melbourne clerk at Hotel Indian River this season. \winter. groves: the kind we bad before the Pennsylvania avenue, Washington D. I tC \

this week. This hotel will open on Jan. 4th. -' Married for Money" seemed, to please freeze go out and see the groves of E. Mrs.\. Merrltt and Miss Emma Merrltt
Senator Matthew 8. Quay and partof the large audience gathered at the auditorium L. Brady, Wm. M. Brown Captain Noggins still In Washington but will !
In arc
look like old times
-It begins to number of -Mr. a. T. Whaler, a well known East his family, passed through here Monday last night, and, judging from the and others. The golden balls pre loavu for Jacksonville About the tint ol

Tltusville, to see the large Coast jeweler, of Miami and Tltusvllle on their way to the senator's winter applause, both play and artists scored a plenty there thla, year, ,
boxes of oranges that are being shipped spent from /Sunday:: until Monday In January
River. Post
residence at St. Lucle Indian hit.- Cincinnati O. Will be In Tltusvllle > I
from here dally. town and then left for New Smyrna, returning Senator Quay has been 111, but he will next Wednesday evening Deo. Captain Bravo of Miami, planted -141. "Take note of the new ad. of Itotet

-Get your piano tuned by Mr. Adolf. here next day, and leaving forborne soon be himself again after a short stayIn 18th. Admission 2.1, BO and '1-'>0. Ticket. citrus trees on his place adjoining town Colonnades and Claiendon Inn, Sea
and lost but throe This call
M.-Jaehde, of Leesburg, who will\ be In on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Whaler this balmy climate.Mr. on sale at Eagle Clothing; Store. we good breeze, near Daytona on our 7th page.
but tho knows how
is doing quite a nice little business In planting Captain to
Tltusvllla about the 15th of December.Do They are lint-class up-to-date houses,
this. Tllusville. D. St. Clair Nisbet, of Indlan- -Miss Rowe's juvenile class will\ close plant trees as well as run a steamboat. aud recommend north-
not forget I we can fully our
oln, who has been spending severalat with an entertainment Friday evening, If any of our renders want to see a
readers to at either of them.
ern 1
-Col. P. Horton and T. Watt- stay
Masons are requested to be presentat C Mr. his old home In Glasgow, Scotland Dec 20th. at the Opera house Tltusvllle thrifty promising grove go look at GUI !
The -Messrs. Post A -are
the Lodge thisFriday( ) evening, as son Merrill, two of Boston's crack shots passed through here Wednesday on his The program will consist ot fancy dances Captain liravo's. gentlemen managers of wide experience and those
business of importance is to be transacted arrived here Saturday/:: and at once way to his home on Merrltt's Island. He by the children and general dance after (
That who with them will be treated as If I
boarded the launch Widgeon and left hickory ridge running parallel stay
by Indian River Lodge No. 00. looks much, heavier than when he left D:30 p. m. Admission: Adults, 25: cents; "
with the Indlttn River In Brovard "a home from home
for Canaveral Clubhouse at Chester countyIs they were in
Indian River and said he bad had a 15 cents. Doors ,'
very Children open at 7:!(>.
-Captain BenJ. Hogg of Fort Pierce Shoals. These two whole-souled gentlemen enjoyable time in the Old Country Mr. just the place to build an orange!grove, Hotel Dosplamt l. Daytona Is another I

was a passenger on Tuesday's south are always the first; to arrive and Nlsbet now wants to buy a horse. Who Owing to'the receipt of a telegram C. T. McCarty, of Ankonn will tell you acquisition to the Fountain City and Is

bound train accompanied by his son, and the last to leave Canaveral Club his one for sale P announcing. tlm very serious Illness o! about It If you will write him. Those managed by Mr. Leon Despland, so weU '
who has been attending school at Lake house. Mr. Henry Anthony Messrs Emile An. beautiful orange and grapefruit grovesat and favorably known through his former f
-Mr and Mrs. Jas. Holmes of Jensen thimv and Marvin Sebiistlnn "thai.
City. Popeoame from Stetson are grown on hickory
connection wilt the Palmetto house.
\ L.
-Mr. of Munson
Harry Munson who have been spending the pant six University Demand yesterday and I Id u.-I Rust. Coast Homeseeker. I.
-Take note of the Buffalo Gasoline I. was Sunday's south Hotel Despland Is an entirely new structtire
a passenger: on
months or so at their old home In the at once left for West J Palm Beach.
Motor Co.'s ad. on our 4th page. A ny- bound train en route to Hotel 1 Netherby Wed They and Is up-to-date lu every respect,
North of Ireland were oeaneeday's were Joint! here by Dr. Gaines
one needing a motor of the above kind Eden. Ills friend, Mr. Chas B. Hogg, southbound among routeto of St. Augustine, who went south Woiley with DANCE AT THE OPERA HOUSE being heated by the hot water system

should write Mr. George B. Wai woe, of of New York will join him next month, their home In the passengers pineapple belt. them to be at the bedside of Mr. An. and lighted by /gas and electricity; as
West Palm Beach for particulars and they will take a cruise on the fine well as having all other modern Improvements
They look remarkably well after their thony. The Cherokee Club of Its
/gave one
The attention of our readers Is
yacht Mr. Hogg recently bought from
rnrPleMe send In your Items for the sojourn abroad. Their many friends are enjoyable dunces. at the Opera house on
Mr. J. T. Waters of Tlbbals through an A ':iO.AO COMBINATION DRESS' SUITCASE drawn to the ail. on our 4tli page.
ADVOCATE Issue of December 27tb not pleased to see them on Indian River Wednesday tinenlng; ami although It
ad. In the ADVOCATE. Mr. Munson "was and toilet set GIVEN AWAY.A .
later than Deo. 23rd.-: If possible as It Is again. was a warm night the attendance was Mr. Fred C. King the genial and popular
Christmas week and we do not want our accompanied by his wife. ild ticket to the drawing of this beautl good. Dancing commenced about 8'Wp. :/ chief clerk of the famous United
work In this office Christmas wife and you "Marry for Money\ was fill case given away with every cash. States hotel Saratoga passed through (
employees to on -Prof. Chas. B. Cory son, m., and It was kept; np with considerable
asked by who saw this clever com of ft over.100 tickets
of many purchase or to until the Tltusvllle, Friday afternoon last on his
Day. Charles Boston passed through here vim midnight. Among ;
edy last night. It Is safe to they will be disposed of and at the
say expirationof '
Tuesday, on board their private car, en ladles present from a distance were t Mrs. way to Palm llesch. where he will
-Mr. Jaa. McComb, Jr., who recently not be tempted to "Marry for Money this number of tickets duplicate
route to Palm Beach for the winter. E. J. Drennen, Miss Margaret Drennen a similar position at the Iloyal Poinol I ,
bought the'orange In the Wileyjtro"e. Such a happy vein of comedy resultingIn tickets will be placed In and the
: crop a box has
The Professor and his wife are always and Miss Marie Drennen. of Ann Harbor ana as for many seasons past lie t ,
has had a staff of men employed such a moral example are seldom attempted number Indicated on the last ticket
welcomed to the East; Coast of Florida, Mich.; Miss Leuore Drennen, of Martins gone to I.ake Worth this early to assist I r
this week gathering and packing, ready on the stage and rarely depicted ; drawn out wins the suit This
cane. .
Fred' In getting
where they have a host of friends. As Ferry 0.; and Miss Gertie Ives. of l'IdladelpLin Manager Hterry
for shipment to the north lie will ship In such funny situations.-Journal, ease Is on exhibition In the window of
palatial hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Cory are enthusiastic golf Messrs. E. J. Drennen, of Ann Mr Henry M. Flayer's about six carloads from this grove. Atlanta Ga. Will be In Tltusvllle, Wed. R. W. Rhodes the Clothier Tltusvllle.Mr. .
players, we hope to bear a good reportof nesday Dec. 18th. Reserved seats 7:-M>. Harbor, Mich.; F V. Smith of !Palmyra, the largest In the world-for the openIng -
-Com. John B. Russell, of Uartford, their exploits the coming season.A General admission. Site. Children, 23o.: and Mrs. F. B. Smith and son, N. Y.; and Bert hell, of Philadelphia, Mr. King spent a few days at Washington

Conn., one of our valued subscribers letter to the ADTOOATB says that Tickets on sale at It. W. Rhodes' store. :Mr. F. Vernon Smith, pwmmeot resi were also present. U. C., on his way Mouth.
has again arrived In Florida for the winter dents of Palmyra N. Y. have rented ,
The Fla. understand
church- Urahm.Palatka we
the Rev. J. T. Ilnntlngton's -St. ,
so we presume he will soon be In James Hartford Conn., met with a misfortune Among the arrivals at the Indian (;apt J. O. Walton's residence In South Hallway. Hall al- Y rvtae. ,- has been very much Improvedthis "
Titusville to get his yacht In readinessfor as a Thanksgiving It River hotel Tltu vllle, on Wednesday, Tltusvllle, and took possession of the fall, and Is now open for the com W

his usual cruise\ up and down the had a bad fire and the floor present.was burned were. Mr.\ and Mrs. E. J. Drenneo and place on Monday. They are delightedwith Mr. II. M. Buck, of Baltimore, I. In ing rush of business for the winter. Mr. J p"

East Coast. The Commodore's yacht through an well as tb and readIng the Misses Marguerite and Marie Dren- the change from Ice and sn iw to St. Augustine for the purpose of constructing J. Nye, of Michigan, Is now Interested ;
has been In charge of Capt. Nelson, of desk. The firemen saved the church, nen, of Ann Harbor, Mich.\. ; also Miss this genial climate, where It was !82: o In a bell signal, service for the In the Graham end us will give his 1.
this place for quite a while. Lenore Drennen of Martin's Ferry, 0., the shade on Wednesday with all doors
but the water damage was considerable, Florida East Coast Railway Co.? says theSt. personal supervision; In the dining-room '
a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Drennen. Mr. and windows open. The above genial Record The object Is to and kitchen. The Graham Is directly
!trUae: 'OU glYen.it a thought particularly to the line organ. St. James
that Cbrlsmas Is approaching and that church had been recently re-decorated Drennen-who Is one of Ann the prominentand party are now basking In the Florida give warning to approaching trains. One apposite the OckUwaha oHloe, where all 1 \fj
wealthy residents of Harbor-Is sunshine with and :
there Is a deal of business In holiday and the Are was particularly distressing, plenty orange lemon bell will be located at a crossing In New Information can be obtained. This cosy
part owner of the famous Dummltt Orange upon trees within a few feet of their and one at the crossing leadIng .- hotel Is brick and the only :
goods to be done along the East Coast if as It Is so near Christmas when all\ the Augustine, a building" ,:t'
our merchants advertise and let people parishioners are anxious to Join la the Grove, formerly owned by the front door, as well as being about fifty to the Horn road from the Jacksonville brick hotel In Palatka. The office now t4,,
know what they have for sale ? '1 hlnk time honored Christmas church festivals Duchess of Castellucla, and which at yards from the banks of the far-famwl roaJ, north of the pumping station. fronts the St. Johns Itlvnr near to all --<*f

it over The Rev. Mr. Huntlngton and Jail son, one time was sold (100,000. Thlsold In/Ilan River of which they can get; a the boat landings. Read the ad. on our I
Is situated few miles north of
'a beautiful view from their
grove balcony. Itli
Dr. Ilarwood Huntlngton will visit there Pr..r..IY. Culture flab. page.
-Jack Core and hlslolly( company presented Tltnsvllle on the east side of Indian j
his new comedy "Married for place at Lyratta In February and may River, and the above party expect; to Hotel Altamonte Altamonte Springs, I
All members to
are requested
oome as far as Tltusville for a day or so. Launch for Sate at present able
Fla. under the of Mr.
leave for that to spend management
Money here last night and at once place today, a at the meeting of the Progressive ,
bounded Into popular favor. The specialties few months-hunting, fishing, sailing, Culture Club next Monday Deo 10th, Jeo.[ K. Bates owner ana proprietor of

were bright dud catchy, aud both Indian HlverUca Attention.We rowing, and having a regular jollifica 80 foot glass enclosed, naphtha launch limit, at 8iO:/ p. m. The club will meet the Grand hotel, Mount! Vernon, N. If., I
bnllt Gas Engine A Power Co. of will the first of lie Is
play and company received the hearty tion. by In Its room*-the parlors of the Indian open on January. I
approval of the audience.-Leader, Hinton have the largest stuck of furnitureIn Morris Heights New York. Seven f)ot River hotel Tltiisvllle. a well-known and popular hotel m"n. '

W. Va. Will be presented at the Brevard county. We meet all corn beam, six horse power engine, speed and his new venture Is sure to meet with
Opera house, next Wednesday evening, petition. Our Dry Gads department; Is Special Sale_ MonJlay' Dec. HHI eight miles an hour. Mahogany finish much success this season. Mr. Mates.

Deo.. 18th. Tickets) on sale at Rhodes'. second to none. We want your business 2<) Inch draught. Nearly new. Price who Is also the owner of the .;\ltllOlootebaa
because we need Ie.Ve guarantee satisfaction Everything In the Dry Goods line at tl.OOUOO/ For further Information apply Photography, IMcttfre Frames) had a big staff of employees oil

and pay nil freight charges. cost. Remember & tiled ,. Mall to W. II. PKTBRH, and Moulding baud for some time past, painting paperIng .
Horse Wanted Dont send that order to Chicago until orders received Monday, at prices Box I.
you try us. J. R. WALKER: A: Co. given home trade, on that day. Portrait, Landscape and Marine Photo overhauling from roof to basement. lie i

I want a good, gentle horse, about 21 Tltusvllle Fla. Jons' R. WALKER A Co.Tltusvllle. graphs. Portraits all the latest' styles. Is also putting In a fire-lighting plant, '

1,100 or 1,200 pounds. State particularsand / Fla. Deslrublet'roperty at ICockledge Old pictures copied and enlarged to any and getting the whole of bis place In 'Y

lowest cash price) to For Sale or !Kent Fumlahed. For Sale size and finished In any style desired. first-class trim for the opening day. Attention .
D. ST. CLAIB NMBBT, Printers Wanted. -' Florida views for sale. Work finished bill drawn the Altamonte hotel .

Indlanola, Fla. An eight room bouse. In a desirably Located Indian RIerone mile from for amateurs at trade prices. ad. ou our 4th page.
Three rood can secure employment '. )f.TAYJ.o1lo ,
location on Jlldgewood Ave., Daytona. addressing and hotels. Fifteen acres of --- -- .

Stove Wood For Sale. Address, by land, nearly five hundred foot river frontage Tltusyllle, Fla. Launch For Hale, n Hnrirnln. :

L. M.MPBBAT, Box 133: Tine DEAN PUBLISHivo Co..%.. ; high, rocky bank with heavy native ,

Leave your order for wood at Carroll's 4t Daytona, Fla. West Palm Beach, s. hlmmockrro"tb./ Twelve acres plant- Hillside Dairy Farm For Sale. I have a 3Oft., 10-horse power, 110rrl.1I.llCh' .

store, '1'1 usvl11e. A. P. OBCBIB. mi In citrus trees. Including numerous launch for sale. Ie'U ,
Launch For Sale. Yawl for Sale. varieties of orange, grapefruit, tangerines Located at Cocoa and Rockledge. This In first-class" naphtha about three Yllara' (,

lemons and limes, varying In age property Includes 60 acres .t land, shape; :
Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels. The Cabin Launch Dawn, 32 feet' long, Yawl. 38ft. on deck. 31- ft. on keel, From old hearing trees to three-year-old house of eight; rooms, furnished complete old. Has !glass front.C.Will Logo sell cheap.' "

7 feet beam, draft 28; Inches drop sash 11-Offc beam; draught, 2-Oft. cabin, bud.; guavas and bananas, also In bear. ; dairy house, 16s.10: feet, with Address, E.Jacksonville, Fla.Clothing .
For sale. Address, windows. forward, mahogany finished lUt.; bead-room X Two Oft. berthson Ing./ Artesian well with water mains cement floor, with separator and churn t
WALTKB A. Moose:, throughout, 7 horse power Aloe Vapor each side good mattresses, pillows and hydrants through the grove. Attract fixed to run with power; 73 head of Jersey -- --

8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. motor, speed nine mile per hour. In per bedding, stove, cooking utensils ,and tlve nine-room residence, two. cottages/ milch cows, BO head of heifers, one Cleaned Dyed t

feet order. Used one season on the East. dishes; 4 persons; t llet. Two anchors packing-bouses, tool house, wharf and span of mules, barns and stalls for the ,

HUdltch Steam Laundry. Coast of Florida. Reason for selling, cable, tender! ) good running rigging 4 small boat-bou Property well oared stock, three wagons and on*buggy./ A Iso Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa .

sudden death of owner.. For price and years old; doo't leak. Good reason for for and In good condition throughout. an orange grove of 200 trees, half of specialty. Address, f W

Basket will leave office of Southern farther particulars apply toUOV4I8CJIW selling. Address. Satisfactory reasons for selling. For which are In bearing. For particulars, SAM Pi5RKiMi,

Express Co., every Tuesday morning.R. JiBOTUEK, U. V. HOOCH, price and further Information apply to address AUTHVH LAPIIAM. \Magnolia Avenue and lib Street,

W. JorXEB, Agt. Eau Uallle, Fla. Box: Jacksonville, Fla. "8." care ADVOCATK, Tltusvllle, Fla. Cocoa, Flo. P. O. Box 233. Sanford, If!a. 1





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14 ": :L" c.r.: of tb. AmaalB Experleaeea et An Appeal to the Common sen. of the -
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| ltrr K epl.at. Ua Meet With Qulofc
In appearance the demand for -highway When we rented our house, 'we didn't Read th. Verdict.A .
Improvement Is n sudden development expect to keep chickens but our landlord few short months ago we submitted GUARANTEED

but lu leullty It U. the Uiuulfemu-!' was moving out of town and after to tbe Intelligent public, au ai'tide calling
4V0(4Tt( attention to the discovery. of an actual (WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS:
lion that la sudden, says the New YOI'krl'lbune I be bad his chickens cooped he found plenty
In editorial. FOI'ccshlch Cntai'!ih Cure. Skepticalherewere
a recent there wasn't room lu tbe car, so father owing to the many worthless preparations
h0kasf If \\ tlie work' Is now \UlbIo have bought them. heretofore offered in this country, some

been lu Mteady operation for years, and There were a black Minorca two few of which might relieve but none The Carder-Campbell Company

i Il ; 1 i111 .Al .. the tat.lt! suggests the analogy of water Plymouth Hocks, a Light Brahma, a could cure thin roost the distressing GUARANTEED disease 9,

ou tLe verge of boiling! which gives SNUFFLES
/ I Leghorn and a crossbred-a Hack hen CATARRH CURE, reaches the very seat

only flight Indications of what has i with Just a few white! feathers and arose of this disgusting disease and lemuvus Shqok N". 1. Foot of :Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, Fl.A

been /going on below the surface.The comb We called her Spotty. the cause, attends a gentle jot completeand -

paecage: of the Illgble-Armstrong/ positive cure. -Southern; Selling Agents for-
One day when we were getting del
testimonials like
I set under which the reconstruction of Numerous voluntary
tied In our new home Spotty walked the following are received dally.I and WARREN'S CRESCENT
pubjlc roads l Is proceeding In thin state WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, BRAND MHVELNd.
In through the kitchen door and we was troubles with Catarrh In the
was not responsive to a strong '
demand. In the view of many members found her eating crumbs In the pantry throat my physician did not seem to huOjrj, G'aboi's Shingle :Stains and Deadening Felts National Pout
do for it and seeing! so
know what to ,
of tho legislature who voted for and an egg under tbe,shelf. "
much in the papers about"HNUFFLES, Works' Structural and Technical Paints
the measure it was conceded rather to The next day when.lt' was rainingand TIlE CATAIUUI CURE; I thought: I

the Importunities a few Individuals the door shut we heard somethIng would try It, and I must say that It has PKRONDE'S "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT

whose good Intentions were recognized.but tapping on the window aDd found Spot already helped me so much that I feel I .
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whose. practical wisdom was doubted. ty flying against 'It. We were 'afraid shall be perfectly cured After using one =

.. Even Us most earnest advocates box of "SNUFFLES" felt like a new
DRINK EVIL IN LONDON. were not prepared to see Its utility so she might break the1 glass, no mother persoo.-KEV..W. McCnAK, Quincy, Fla. HANNE :saos.
told me to send her away'but before I' cannot pralse"SNUFFLE! too much.It .

SeBlalBtlon to Restrain Liquor Traffle quickly vindicated by local applications could close the door she was In'and Is a wonderful treatment for Cainrib.
far outrunning the state appropriation: 12J8-1218 West Adams Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Unpopular TI.e.The making for the pantry again. The first box gave me such relief as I

London tulTi'gpoudent Of the The simple explanation of, the steady We thought her no wise that we let have not had for years and six boxes

Chicago flat says: and rapid advance of the good roads her alone, and she laid In the pantry cured me, although I still keep a box on and Wine Merchants[

Greater New Yorlc la ji garden epot cause l Is, as we have repeatedly said, until she began to molt. Whenever band In case I may catch cold. I shall always Liquor
that tbe proof of Its right to prevail Is tbe door do my best to recommend' it wherever ,
'closed she
of propriety and Rood conduct con. was came to the
absolutely convincing wherever It Is I can. M. E. BAXTER Malboro, Vt.I
trasted with London after window. I never saw an uglier ben
< nlghtfal
practically presented. There Is nothing am using the sixth box of "SNUFFLES" -Oldest bouse in the clty.-
and especially when the hordes'ol. than old Spotty when she was molting. surprised at the result.

poor 111 Clad uml Illiterate come .forth to be said on the'other,, side to She was ragged, bare necked.and plu.I I am feeling and am better than I have for five Distributors of St. Louis
which a man thinks It worth while to Wholesale Lemps' Beers
from their hovels mill parade In almoslludlcioim. I feathery all at once, but we were goIng years. The air passages are clean, thereis
listen loaded
vibo has driven
once a
If not pathetic, Imitation ol to school then ,and didn't knowWben no discharge and my head Is as clear as

tbe nrlNtorrney In Hide park Piccadilly vehicle over a road converted within she stopped molting though:: fn abell. 'This Is the only Catarrh medicine OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

\ and the Strand. observation from a bad to a good ther said,,once that Spotty seemed to that did me any good; and I have tried a
condition. For him the demonstration El Texas. send for Prices.
number. J. CAUDWKI.L: Paso 83T"Call or
'V11I'11VlllhUlI T. Stead assumed to be spotted with l black Instead of white,
Is complete and he forthwith becomes SNUFFLES Is no ordinary remedy, buta .. . .
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ChU-nKo as at fIrst. About time - ----- - --- -- -- -- -- =
view through Christ's eyes, hociint Thanksgiving
an ,apostle.. Such Is the universal and complete treatment which l Is positively

. ; 4 the aiilhorltlcii j\bnrilcii of guilt and upon the 'lack the municipal of unbroken experience. It Is a'remark. and father mother wanted told to him sell to some sell the:chicken lightest: form guaranteed to when cure used CATA1UUI according in to any di.rectlons. ....0000..................

I II able fact that the movement has never or stage
I church co-oprriitlon.\ Here In the lirlt received ones, especially one which was nearly There are no powders, acids 0

I Isb cnpltul tlieio; In little effort tat decrease n setback anywhere. It has white. When lie came In.; he said: "My or Inhalers, but a simple and pleasant and, :--N.t::=:::;

1. I, vice or the drink evil. King Inevitably gone forward from a.small dear, there Is a"tfcuutlful! snowy white treatment for men, women and children.Don't For Oaf W. 20 will".."'I T""r ..!"*.., 4 Full Quarts
I beginning more rapidly In some localities andwrite UUUUKS ruk-riiu 0
If .
I I Eduiml'H. roiifii l ronilHC8 to go Into pullet in the chicken house! with a rose delay but send for It at once
I than In others but It has not retro- full to conditionand OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD
particular your a
I history an one of license unless) die comb Where do you think she came .
high xjfllclnln of the government .redeem graded a single Instance. from?" Stella bad been reading pout you will receive special advice from e
the discoverer of this wonderful remedy
I tbeu",1, V8. Legislation/ to restrain try papers, and she said at once" thatIt without cost beyond the regular price of : Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey o

tho liquor tniUlc Is unpopular. AGITATION FOR ROADS. was a sport' ; that Barred Plymouth the remedy.

Whenever petition Is nicd for parliamentary Hocks sometimes sported white chick- Prepaid to any address on receipt of 1. o

i enactment closing Huloons Education I. Having Its RO>ct and Address Dept. C 70S: EDWIN B. GILES We ship lu Plalu Packages, no marks to Indicate contents. which will 0
ens.As avoid. When .U and test *',If It I I. not
all comment. yolt..t. return
.)[I on SIIIII1)'Stllll prohibiting tbe sulu the Good Work I. Growing- we were halt a mile from a neighbor & CO., 2J30-32 Market St. Philadelphia it Ml our expcuneaud your$J.JO will beef< ,rn", ,!T refunded. This wh\.".,is

: of liquor to women and children leader Some sago. bus said that the civilization ' father thought that was right ---- as good a* any IKiOOiiooda In the market. W'a ...v close at band and can Rive 0
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i I writers in the dallies and membersof of a country Is shown by Its roads until one rainy day we heard a tappingon ----- -- you*qulckrr city and at delivery the name stand, distant for !IO|rears 00_., ant e d have a* (o been oar doing re..pou bniinnxn.lblllljr Inthi 0

r parliament who allow themselves to says Harper's Weekly: This being true.It the window, and found the white GENERAL DIRECTORY. Mud reputation for lioueat dealing we refer you to any bank or merchant barn 0

I comment point Invariably to the' alleged Is to be hoped that the agitation now pullet In Spotty's familiar place. Then or to the editor of this paper.

I head In different of the remembered that with the SOLOMON & LEVI 0
it failure of local option prohibition making parts every one .. U. B. LAND OFFICE. ,

': I- and Sunday cloning laws lu'the country will not cease until we are as Increased number of chickens from the H. fl. (Chubb.............i...............RpRlnter. 1928.1930 First Ave., P. o. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala. 0

j United States. Lord Salisbury, the well provided for In thin way as the summer hatch Spotty had been lost '.. O.ftubliMOO at...Gainesville.. ... .....,.Florida..... ....Kaielvtr.unices . NOTU'F-W. pay: express' charges. to all point reached by tbe "Soutb rn E.p...... .
j r. i pilot of the ship of state, allowed him best Of the ancients. Of course our sight of and the snowy white pullet Company" but to point in linen of other'ftxpretw cnnipitnlwi we prepay only to point
where' Southern Kxprtn Company transfer to mild other' company W can no' ship
self to make the unqualified declarations railroads surpass all their facilities for wltb the rose comb was herself,-Unr- U,9. 8E ATORS.1) C.O..D. l'rlc.lI.t for other goods on application.When writing:pleoee mention able paper.C 0

I that "British transit but If our ordinary roads were rlet W. Ashby l In Poultry Keeper. J. P.TalUferro,................ ...JiwHoiivllle. 0
people at
1 present 8. Mallory), .... .. .......... .. .. ..Fensacola.
i Intend to continue drinking alcohol an to be left as long without care as some' ..... ....................
they tune done for many ages" and of tile pl'ehlstol'lchlghwnYIi that have Praise!' the bridge that over U. 8. CO GRESS\:"':>f.

i ',1 I t that "no been discovered In various of the either a flood or cough. ol\rI'les/.ou Robert W. Davis... ....?....... .... .. Pjlntka.B. . . . ... -
legislation the parts -- - - ----- -
I upon subjectcad hound bus brought M.Sparkman,................. ... .. ..Tumim.ED .
; be fruitful till tbe people bo'emude world they would look like "the roads Hyrup : so many over

1 up their monde and In Scotland before they were made." throat and lung troubles, such as coughs FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.E. =: A S&.O 0. ,
reformers Colds, bronchitis, etc., that, its praises sin N.I'lmlok. Palm Bench...... .......Senator.!
l But bas been
however noble their a I DM, must leave there. already progress, sung everywhere. Price 25 and 60 cents K. II. Raulttnton' ,.Fort Fierce.. .Representative. 517.' mo w. Hay St.. JACKSONVILLE ". FLA.
t.. the people at liberty without attempt. ind the methods Macadam: whora B. R. Wilson A Son. '
I , Ing coercion direct or Indirect." Scott referted to as tbe "Colossus of EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

I I'liillarnorit linn a group of member Roods" are being applied In a modlfleJ A Utfiu of 'Intel.. Wm. S. Jennings ............Secretary Governor
.. 4it State
/I I who lielleve In allowing the colonies to form lu every port\ of the country that 1 once Imrniod a flying machine, duo.:James L B Crawford. Whittled; ;::: ::::::... .Treasurer:

\ govern themselves so far us possible, boasts of gravel pits., sold the thoughtful man. Wm. 11 Lamar,........ .... Attorn )-4leneral. 4A.t

while the government devotee' JUelf to Road building has become a science "Dlil you have any better luck than B W E.N McLIn.CommisafuterAgNmtlture.f|

I the problems of HOC la I. economic and worthy the attention of the most skilled other Inreqtorw lu that field?" Alnn."C. froom.......,........... !
.... .. ... .,
"Yes; It didn't take me as long to Clifford. R. KoBtar .AdJntanKleneral.Fohn t
educational it'form at home, but they engineers and experts are already\ Hra 'I are derided In the public press end on abroad In the land. The province otOlltol'lo find out that It wouldn't fly. -Washington It.K. liure........ ..urveor'"eneral'l
Star, Olllces at Tallahassee, ?L P.EPAIDIE PREPAID
has for been
the lloor or parliament. Any statesman some years past _

who attempt! !' ,to rise In the house of setting an example that might be fol- BUFRKMK CoUnT JUDGESM. it i1

I.. commons to advocate temperance lowed with profit In all our states. The An attractive woman thrives on good 11. lIl..l>. ... .Chief Justice. I $$320.I
legislation -
F. )\. Tarter./.... ... .. ;
government employs an engineer to food and sunshine with plenty of "
linltett contempt and seriously exercise ".F. .I '10
!: Impairs bin chances of re-election. oversee road building and to teach the In the open air Her form glows : __
art to all to with health and her face blooms with Its RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.H. , municipalities willing
There Is
no man In parliament today ... ..Galne.vlle.) 'IJ6QtS uir
beauty.. Wben troubled with a costive E. Pay, chairman. ( 8 :
with the learn. lu 'this country the agitation .. .. ... . 'II
'I courage to take upon himself J.L.MOrllIn.... ... ....... Jaupcr. ,
habit she takes few doses of Heroine
I a ....lUsBlniiw.
this burden. has been left largely to Interested pur- J. III. IIryan..... .. -
to cleanse her system of tlmpurllles. l" rk.Arcaula.Headquarter .
John L. eel.y.jr. '
Church societies appeal In vain. The ties-the bicyclists and automobile Interests Price (VOcta. B. B. Wilson & :Son. and ofllies at Tallahassee, Fla. $450 a 'IDoz.
:', Church of England Temperance union -but the good work Is growing COURT. ,I Vo''I' ..

,, the strongest organization: laboring as shown by the convention recently An Iwf__g .....I..t. Minor H.' Jones_ CIRCUIT,THonYllle. ........Circuit Judge.: I %' -- 1 DELIVERED FOR

; with the liquor problem fade no ally held In BuSalo.Many.alooas. A Frenchman Intely iuade tbe experiment J. I>. BetiK". Orlando.. ...Fromcullnic Attorney. IF 12 Qts
: I In the BnrlnirTerm-Fourth Monday In April.
government. of alcohol the
upon Fourth In November
Fall term- Monday
. In France. earth In which a geranium was .grow $ 1299f

CURED BY HOT MILK. Since 1SS1 there has been no legal ing. The leaves turned yellow and BREVARD CObJN/ 'rY COURT. , I u St 09I
A. D. County Judge
whatever the sale of
upon gave off an odor like ether. Next tour James K. AndrewsProeouting AttorneyA.A.Stewart

I Mow w W. C. T. V. Woman Saved the strong drink In France and there la roots turned black and seemed to have .. ...County Clerk: for the -ab1t Urewliitr Co.
now In that country a drinking place Spring' Term-Second Monday In May. _._ --
Life 'of Drunkard. burned up. the circulation stopped In Summer Term-Second Monday In August. ----- -- ----- -- -- --------- ----

Mrs. II. A. Croly of Lincoln Col., In for every 20 voters.Always the branches the leaves drooped and Fall Term-Second Monday In November. PABLO
Winter Term Second Monday February. THE SEA
a letter to The Union Signal say: In tour days the plant was a complete ,

It was my great good fortune to seeat wreck. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .
....... '
one time the successful treatment of E. Mlms,Superintendent Bonaventnre Turnouts of all descriptions SADDLE HORSES,
GralllUde YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Members: J. M. Dixon r.balrmanI.Tltusvlll.; ?ill Ia
severe case of delirium tremens by R.N.Andrews Cocoa; C. 1'. FUttta fort Fierce. 1 ?
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill ,' BAGGAGE Transfer( ,
the simple use of hot milk. The man
Tonlo because the formula Is plainly COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.J. 1
was so sodden with liquor as to be In printed on bottle showing that It Is Tltusvllle John R.
seeks find every R. Walker (chairman ; TRAPS, HVULING Etc.
to ,
danger of.denth. and a physician whom tome expression ilmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless Moot Indlanola A. Conkllnit, Tillman;John
he for itself and womanly gratitude will not C.Jonm, WoodfeyiJ.; Frank Hell 1. White Cl'y. s
consulted told him that nothing form No cure No BOcts. .
keep silence. Cynical people sometimes pay Regular sessions are .held ant Monday lu each SURREYS, >I' Wm. WILKINSOY
I could prolong his life more than a few testimonials moiitb. ieh
say why do women write these *
months except a complete change In to the Value of Dr. Pleree's Favorite 'Uniwervlas. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. LAUDAUS, Proprietor.

his habit of drinking. The man was by The "It D. Penney Tltnsville:' ...... ..County Judge.
Prescription that
seems to me our friend has
aa.E. Andrew, TltuiivUle I ;.. .. .. Fro Art'r. VICTORIAS FJa
no means ready to die. He at once answer can be so much faith In money that he almost A. A. Stewart,Tltnsuilh),..County Clerk I 1 Pablo Beach,

hired a policeman at $3: a day to keep put in one word makes a' religion of It." T. F. Woolen,Ooooa,. .Tax Aniwmmr.W. : .
Gratitude When ]t, HalUTltuavllle.: ...Tax liquor from him and him from liquor of "I don't like the comparison. The F. H. Boye,Tltuevilto... .....Treasurer.
with the further proviso that payment after years is word religion Implies at least a remote R.E. Mine, Monaventura. ..... Snpt.Fub. lint. ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.
agony Woman J.O. Frle>, Ttinrvtlle.County Surveyor.
be' forfeited In case of failure. The bat. freed from pain, chance of backsliding."-WashingtonStar. J..'. llrown,T.tu.rllle. ..... Sheriff.
tie began. T.J. Cockshutt,LaOrange.,Reglstratlon Officer,
when the weak
I __ ....
Day after day and night after night woman ia made TITU8VILLE TOWN COUNCIL. Karr

the struggle went on. Not a morsel of strong and the TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY I J. M.Dlxonmayor' rts.Eti Moils,J.rl marshal _,/ -I-
food could be retained, and with the - sick woman well Take I.axative Uromo Quinine Tablets. and tax ocillectori w. l and H.

raging fever, the sick man was at last the natural impulse All druggists refund the money If:lt falls reaanrer Walker 1!:. John A. Mnraau Henry,,O.tax F.assessor I>nren, 8.0 i John.Vanlandingimsm .

brought clone to death. The attending ,,1] a ia to write a to ouie. E. 1Y. Grove's signature Is on l and J. L. rattuther, councilmen -f::I

physician did not expect him to last ,. I s word of grateful each box. 2 ots. The council meets Brut Tuesday I In each month. ? vi

through the nIght. In despair. a W. C. I.
I medicine which New' llalit; on Liquor O. M. Robbins,president. ; J.W. Dixon tress.firer .
T. U. woman was consulted, who suggested r caused the cure. English temperance leaders are now J. O. heat...oretal'). :Meets second Wedesdny .
hot milk. The doctor said bo bad + Dr. Pierce's Favorite night In each month at their rooms.
bending their energies to the establishment
heard of that, but had nevereeen it as- Prescription FREE AND ACCEPTED MA8ON3.:
of temperance professorship In 1fY
tried. However It could do no harm. t cures diseases
the chief universities of Great Britain Indian River Lodge: No.00.holds Its meeting
a/ul so some milk was speedily heated peculiar to women. he second and fourth Friday evening of each
It establishes. and tbe United States. Spurred on by month at their. lodge: room near court hoime,
and carried to the sufferer. The i regu-
very larity, weakening the success of the British liquor tradeIn tT:30 o'clock p. in. Ueo.W,scoble, W. M.I.;
seemed life Into stops .
first sip to put new F.A. lIlorclll,8eo')
drainsheaia founding a chair of brewing In Birmingham i
him, and he greedily took all he was ORDER Or EASTERN STAR
inflammation and university, of which Instltu-
llowixl. He made a most excellent recovery ulceration and tiva Joseph Chamberlain Is chancellor Frlemtanip Chapter,No.II, hold .its meeting
and the craving for alcohol In the M-uoulo Lodge room Tltimville. on tbernt'lucM.lar
cures he white rlblMjners now seek to endow In each month all::joo'olnuk p.m.
eeeuwtl'wholly conquered.So weakness. rod the third Tuesday In each month at 1:I3oo'clock : Off/lEet
lectureships devoted to.the of
gospel ATF
much was he Impressed with the ** Tr. p. m. The following are the officer ofthe .f'/O{ PRWT/ rw
1 WerW favorite p... total abstinence.A lode: Mrs. C. 8.Schuyler worthy matron;
that all soon as he was able totravel
curs icrintlon and 'Golden Dr.H.' R. Wilson, worthy I.lronl) Mr. F. 8.
be purchased a bottle a tin cup Medical. IHicovcry* hafTee, aaurn late matron: A. 'Morgan,
and and these with the tlurlai the putt yerwritMMr -.- Good Cough; Medicine. rainrer;; Mla Aleph Mini, neeretarr) Mr*.
n lamp. quart
Rolililn, oonduotiMRiMr B. R Wilson
.. MmHet.onir. of Plout Valley, Per. Oeo M.
of milk, renewed every morning and Co. ra *I cai tmthnilly recommend the medicine [From The Gazette, Toowoomba, Au ra.J am"..late conrinctren. Mrs.J.- B Sereven,
; night went with him for months In all .. for nil '?mal* we k".,.....*. I have tifr4aevcral I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Adah; Mr*. John R. Walker. Ruth; Mr. F. A.
buttle favorite Prescription' whichI Morgan, Father; Mr*.O>o. W. Scoble ;Martha: ;
bin and I do know but i-rat an excellent medicine. I havo.boen suffering Wetmore Mr W.
1 journeying not consider a blearing, to weak women. Iwaa :Ira. T. T.. Marshal M.
he carries them yet.Charity.. ... nervoiw and tllneoiiraRd that I hanly from a severe cough for the last Woodward, Elect J I
knew what to do. Your kind advice for homet..ln'.nt two month., and It has affected a cure.I i rsi r .i'
helped me wonderfully, Tb.uk..o have la Secure reservations over the
Dr. PierceDoctor. .. great pleasure recommending your
I iI t: Sinnick-There are just two sorts of Fierce'. Pleasant Pellets eue It.-W. Wockner. This Is theopinion Clyde Line at the ADVOCAT: office, Tl-

tttlioiunesn and sick of one of our oldest and moat respected osvtlle.jy a
charity in this worrd.I headache. Tlfy
I l\Unnlck-Yes7 should be used in connection with residents, and haa been voluntarily given
I' Sinulck-Yes; one sort that begins at "Favorite Prescription" whenever the ID good faith that others may try the -We would esteem the favor If our Pine Job Work Quickly Executed

I home and stays there and an inferior use of a laxative ia indicated. remedy and be benefltted as was Mr. readers when writing or calling upon
ort designed for nportl'hUadelphla Wockner. This remedy la sold by all our advertisers to purchase merchandise

Uecord: ... .__ __ .. . Deed blanks sold at this office. druggist and medicine dealers. eta., would mention the DVOCAT&. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICEFr




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Professional Cards.


GEO M. ROBBINS, People Like What la Good Hud Like I fasa..4 y.'* '. Plant Pleaalasf '

IS TORTURE. It Batter II It L*>..... O.... Ovaritis ? D ding fth mea.Vbcu .

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR The bee produce the honey, but \ a beat of tulip U being planted Harness
Eczemi is r.iiied acid in
by an humor A fnll, throbbing pain accompaniedby
AT-LAW. the blood coming in contact With the will It make straight comb, even, a sense of tenderness and heat lowdown tho work oliould be done early In I

skin and producing redness and inflammation white and well If hire and sec occasional the autumn If the best results are de .
Will practice In State and United State great capped In the aide with an Ton....make your hat'
; little pustular eruptions form tions are not properly prepared for Its booting pain. Indicate Inflammation.On sired. Although they may be planted !" AN aoft Mil a fflOTe
and discharge thin fluid which Into November If the ground I* tint and ait tm ,.ch wire bylining
a sticky examination it will be found that rn VI t RI'It :K A liar.
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. dries and sc::"iVs l off ; sometimes the ikinis use-and It they nre not properly cared the region of pain ahow .some swellIng. froien and still protluce flowers, the .a** UII.'nll. ran
hard and figured. ia for, dnrlng that use? And If all the li'nitu.n Iw lifrt' -make It
dry Eczema
of ovaritis.
any This la the first stag n suits will not be satisfactory. Tbe ..... twice a* 'long urn II
GAULDEN, form is a torment tig, stubborn disease preliminary work la well done, will the Inflammation of the ovary. If the roof tulb has to make tbe most of Its root orxllnurnr would.
D.L. and the itching and burning at times are of house l aka, sister' have
product be ready for an exacting market your my you In the autumn before the earth freezes:
almost UI.'H! ui'te" ; the acid burning It fixed at not the same
once why
I pay
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, humor seem,'. to, ,n,/e out and set the skinon without additional work and caret respect to your own body T for nearly u* soon us the front Is gone EU itiia!EKA

fire. ::;..Ilcwhes nor other external : The beekeeper must do more than to You need not ought not to let In the spring the bloom la beginning to
Will In all the Courts you
the State
ot Florida,and the United States Courts. applications do any real good, for aa Induce hi* bees to put their product yourself go, when one of jour own MSHas. appear. Thou there U no time fur the I ROT.2SS! osincite'
long': a* the poi en remains in the bloodit Into clean sections. He must keep the bulb to UnIte rout., but lnnten l of that
I'. U Box 239. TITU8VILLK FLA.L will keep the akin irritated.
bo feedingflowers
the roots must making or
lie a tonkin
sections clean and unbroken. must poor -
BAD FORM OF TETTER."For and also producing a new bulb. .'..a IIK. n.-\.. Mwla otpura.
.. WEBB meet the demands of the trade. heavy tmilltMl. oil, *.-
J. three years I The sooner they are planted In the autumn Iwx'lnll.x |>n>pnr..t| to wilt ,
l' bad Tetter on i.iy To do this be must take the honey the bettor, as more time Is given aiaud the wvutlier.
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W which caused from tbe hive at the right time must Sold ovprvwhara
and the
them to Rwt'II to twice for root formation! sttongei1the lu all
theirnatura0ise. Part make each section aa clean and Invit the and liner the lower(
Iit roots larger
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th of the time the thecae .A
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resident was in the foi m ot running IOIr'a. possible and then assemble tbe \ the coming aprlug. Made tr STANDARD OIL CO.

sections properly In attractive pack c .... ,.... ._ ,.,.. .
and rents and account collected. and sores very painful Although tulips are perfectly hardy, = -----
canning me
TJTCTSVIH.B muchdiacoinfort Pour .-. 0 they do much better If they are given Sumo of our .F :ORIDA. doctora sail the Tetter People like what la good and like It
some protection during the cold winter forgotten the fact that this office I Is fully
bad to be progressed cured and too they far better If It look good. What I Ie clean months Put a covering of stable manure equipped to do nil kinds of job printing.

A.D.. PENNEY could d> nothiiiK fur i suits them better It It look clean. A over the bed after It la planted In Advertising and Job printing help n* to
me. I(x>k only three stain on the outside of a section doe publish a newspaper worthy ot the $!:bat
bottlea of S. S. 5. and the autumn to the depth of front four
ATTORNEY-AT'LAW, wa completely cured. not make the honey lees sweet or less to six Inches. This will keep the bulbs Coast, and all we want Is a share of It. e
ThU waa fifteen yeara wholesome, but does make It lea attractive r -vo..
and I have never from being repeatedly thawed out and
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. mace Men anjralgn of my old tnmbta."-Ma*. to the buyer. The stain, therefore frosen should the winter be an open :
I.. B.JACKSON, 1414 McGee at., Kanaaa City Mo. up
Will In all the must be removed before the acctlon Besides this the strength Is washed
practice courts of the 7th one. KIDNEY DISEASES
S. S. S. neutralize. this acid poiaop, ,ta offered for sale.
Judicial Circuit. cools the blood and restores it to a healthy Therefore ,the out of the manure down Into the aoll
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy Uniformity count. by the autumn rains, and thua the soil

akin becomes soft, smooth and beekeeper must make bIll package I* enriched. By this annual covering are the most fatal of aU en,,
M ORGAN alt JONES, cure Tetter-'Ery. uniform-In rise, In shape In color In the Bower 'are mado much larger and

Psoriasis,'Salt arrangement. Ate.". leaking sections of more brilliant color. ''Of course It casu.'fOLEY'S.

REAL EiTATE AND INSURANCE, Rkum and all ikin are too many. A single badly graded An*A, Arrow.' must be removed as soon as the frost ll
.. disease due to a poisoned case may spoil the sale ,of a ton of KIDNEY CURE I. A
of the la the sprint
out ground
Loans, Notary Public. holdout the helping hand to you, and
condition of the bou. So tbe Individual must be careful ,
IH made by Guirantnd H.IIQ
will advise without and host pleasing effetts: can
Collection. blood. Send for our book and write us In you
Typewriting In grading In handling. pack. .
Stenography about case. Our physician have without price. Mr*. Plnhham'a laboratory Oiling a whole bat cither with cue variety

T1TUIlVILLE, FLA. made'thette your diseases a life study, and can log and In selling his products. U at Lynn, N.... Write a letter or with two or more varieties refunded. GsntalA
help you by their advice ; we make no But this 1 la not enough. The market there telling all your symptoms and coming Into bloom at the same tilDe money

A. WORLEY charge for this service. All correspondence to too big for one man to supply; Honey- get the benefit of the greatest experience and having flower stem of an average remedies' recognized by erjJ|*
GEO. la bought and aold by tbe carload-even In treating female Ills.
1 is conducted in strictest con dence. length.-Gardening. nent physicians as the best fat
such an'extent
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA flA. by the tralnload-and the buyer Is wise was suffering
ATrORNEYATLAW.General enough to Insist on uniformity of grading from ovarian trouble that my ph.Iola.n Kidney, and Bladder trouble
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practice In State and Federal thought an operation would be A FRUIT PACKING TABLE.A .
In the 'whole'lot. The package.I1II1.t PRICK SOc. sad fl. H.II. .
Courts. All business entrusted will necessary.
receive prompt attention. Drink and Crlm In Ger.... be uniform or be will complain. "Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound v... C.... Ua. Arra.*..*.. F.e It. WILSON & SUN
Tho packing must be uniform or he .
General Counsel for the Tuttle In an article In the Kreni Keltting. having been recommended ta.< Handling ot U...... M I I I I ly *
Estate will find fault. The honey Itself must me, I deelded to try.tt. After using WANTED-natural Iaraona of character idriMHl
Miami. a German newspaper, warmly advocate be uniform or he will not pay the high- several bottles I found that I was I have seen largo heavy tables for reputation .In each HtaM(one :'tf.o ei':wly -
MIAMi FIXRjr ing temperance and the disuse of alco- this wotk In many grnpehousv. upon taiiulreti) ropre.ent suit I |a0tabiUlieO
eat price for It. cured. My entire system was toned wealthy tiiulnima. bo"..or solid all"oolal
bol In the army and navy the writer Ha la a kicker-the buyer Is-and be up and I Buffered no more with my which the grapes were emptied from utamllnir.. Halary ale weekly' with.almetae
TAMES ANDREWS, brings forward remarkable statistics In ovaries."-Mm*. AasA Arroa.Troy.'Mo. the tray to bo sorted, trimmed and aildiuunal, ail payable In oiwh naoh Wailnaad f
ought to 1 be, 88YII'' Secretary Workingof direct from b"IIllIlIIo... horn sod oarrlaxa rOt-
support of his plea. In 120 army prison the Colorado Beekeeper' association packed Into basket. I do not favor unshed wbaii n........,.. Kafvnmrim. Knclo. l a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. throughout Cerniuny 40 per cent this method of treating grape. I think 5,If aililrmmnil "* >.. Manager,>lSCsxtun ,
'whose remarks"as-above Cliaarsgn.
; are given .
Alain office and pottoffloe address, TITus of all the murderers committed their Journal. SPRAYING POTATOES. the less they are handled the better HullilInK, 8Oc1'lCt
in The American Bee
VII.LK.: Branch office at FORT PIERCE.: crime while under tbe Influence of i The packing table shown! make It possible -Job Printing of all kind ueoui

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. drink. Sixty-three per cent of the I .. "...r. Farmer. D. Nat Tak. Kind to take the grape out of the tray at the. ADVOCATK oftloe. Bend jour ord"v-
B.IIdlBr Roads .. Flat L.... \r .. Bord... For Bllara '
Notary Piiblio State at cases of manslaughter, 74 per cent of tern by stem as wanted by the IlfIckt'rancl
Large. serious Injury to the person and 77 per On comparatively flat lands where There I I. considerable conflicting testimony thus avoid the emptying out of thegrape II ANN E: R gALV B;

cent of criminal Immorality are due to lope I I. slight and water move slowly, In regard to the t'tBrncy. of *. The table I I.10 constructedthat _
'TEPIIEN E. FOSTER, all grading material should be taken praying with bordeaux mixture: for the moat healing aalve>In the worl K f
the same CUUMO. In the navy out of a tray fits Into It tipped up lutflclently .. r
1,071) punishable cases during the last from the lower ditch and culvert. blight and I hare never yet found an to make It convenient to take TilE RAPID CALKER I I. what every

ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, six years 75 per cent of the most serious should be supplied! wherever waterways average potato grower who knew ho tho cluster from It. nay F. Orelntr In yactlmman and boatbullder need Bop

Sims Building, cases have been> due to drunkenness. occur. The tendency of road had made the practice to pny. The recommendations Farm and Fireside.In sale by Jan. 1'iltohard A Son T"vllle ",. ,

JACKSONVILLE FLA. workers to attempt to carry water long come mainly from experiment the Illustration Imlf of tho tray I.I Is Fla. Price $4 and *8 eaotb.
distances In ditches sbould be stations and close observer .
,'. .. upper cut In order that the construction
Female Privilege In .a. away Jllver
I Iixllnii Heal Eatate
discountenanced aa It seeps through who are able to detect a small difference
In France a woman may appear In I of the table may appear more
GEORGE W. ALLEN, masculine entire If she pays a llceoa and loto the roadway softening up tbe I In yield. These yields are from plainly. Agency HUM for Halo

grade. The only obstruction to the mall plot. and may be misleading" asa cleats C the (T 'r)
fee of $tO a, year.: Upon the ((0 ) tray
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, flow of water down these slopes shouldbe difference r>f 10 or 1 50 bushels per actual rest, and the strip (S: H) back of the Unimproved lands from f2.K( to 125.00

KEY WEll, FLORIDA. the grade, which would force the acre may be due to many cause per acre
It and bolda It In position.
For numberless
family nse in ways tray secure
Will practice In the United States iallard'a Snow Liniment Is useful and storm water Into the low places where and actually occurs every year on I 10 acre orange grove near THusyllJa,
and State Courts. 9junOr 5 valuable remedy. Price, 25 and 50 cents It could be quickly put across the road cry farm.I e"'j some trees beating, $0t.n0." <) (> TltusvlllA

B. R. Wilson & Son.Pumpkins. with proper culverts In fact on flatland bare no doubt that the effect of with 5 acre 10 orange acres of grove land,,near some bearing,

O. FRIES, C. E. there should be no upper ditch. purls green hot weather and flea beetle 1tbOO.On!

on the foliage I III often called blight and Orange grove and pineapple farm, atUloco

CCUNTY SURVEYOR. for'at..... that the spraying would then be of no 51)0\ ) goad bearing treoM: with 1 acre

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Pumpkins for hogs can be kept quite "Last winter an infant child of mine avail. shed for pines, good dwelling, 1i,0( 0.110) ( .

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for late In the fall by placing on shelve had croup In a violent form," says Elder The blight, If It comes at all does 80 acres of pine anti hnmnmuk hand to*

=all kinds of engineering works. Disputed In a bnrn where they will lie dried. Of Join W. Rogers; a Christian Evangelist, cot show with us until Home time In oranges and .pious on K. It. south tHelmutliln ><

lines a specialty. rourRe tin? Should IH fed out before of Fllley, M" "I Itl\veller a few doses of August, and praying before .\IIJr. J .: ICIver, *8KK() ) (

TITUHVILLK, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. very o ill wmtlicrTha arl'h'p. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and In a would do no good. 1 do not think any ., House and 4i 1 Heron of land, beautlfii\
short time all danger WAS pm>t aud ,the river front, :2 mllos of Eau Onlllo. WKj.)
effect I. seen from the different blight
Heat Prescription for Malaria child recovered." This remedy not only 7 room cottage 10\ acres of land, rlCI
8- BURXHAM, M. D. Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's cures croup, but when given: as soon as except\ the late blight which kills all eiTARLa front, at Ueoiglnnn. $700. )
N. the first will preventthe foliage In two or three once
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It I III simply Iron symptoms appear, Apply
or potato foliage begins to mature or. In D. I-. OAULI
SURGEON and SPECIALIST and quinine In a tasteless form. No no opium >K.V. Manager.
Cure; Xo4Cure. Price i COcts. other harmful substance and may be other words, the blight baa a season of Tllutvllle, Fla.Fotey's .
Ear, Nose and Throat. given a* confidently to a baby as to an growth and requires certain condition -

adult. For sale by all druggists, and of foliage (It. seed bed) before It will
medicine dealers.New.
As long hot dry weather
# germinate. a* BANDbmaThe OR41'tII.
I//- heap lFRR3SEE t
u continues there will be no genuine lungs andetops tbe cough
Gladioli. back part of the table may to,braced II

This' signature Is on every box of th. gannlne Wonderful, and beautiful are the bliirht. or stayed alt shown In toe Illustration .
knew when
It wet
one Just a muggyspell
YirginiaHomes Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabuu novelties in gladioli. A few varieties was coming nn and could cover by X X.

the nmady tbat cairn a cold !. star noted by a florist all among tbe moat thoroughly every split with the copper The height from tile floor to top of ,

4.>.* A.o.."... desirable of many One hybrid recently and )ft did not wash off there would b. the table should bo twenty-two Inches. f Tot
leaf L I Is about ten
The width of ( )
You learn all about,Virginia,Lands, Auctions In Japan are quietly con produced arellItke"pl'4reLlsbt: a benefit but the job la usually only The Farmer
Its resources, products, mode of cut; ducted. Tbe bidding I I. secret and Bl- marked pink. half done rind (here are HO many Ifs Inchon. The length of \tlie table will be

tivatlon, prices, eto., by reading the lent, each person writing/ his bid on a SIcKlnley -Clear pink. that the average potato grower will governed by the size: of the tray In The Gardenerand
It Is essential that all tray are of
Send lOcts. use.
Virginia Farmer. Bnow white.
slip of paper and dropping It Into a Mny- not be the gainer. I use as strong a
for 3 months subttorlptlon to the box. When It appear that\; all the bid Canary fllrtl-Yellow. solution of for copper water a* I can uniform alas The Housewife \
Farmer Co. Emporla ,Va. The IIMle block (UI) on the headpieceof
Bucliiinan-Yellow, with pink throat.lifttor 1' ,
I are In, the box ta opened and the highest make without lime In cay band sprayers Tb.r.e.talittle mor.. th.v 1
I the tray answer a twofold purpose I ar. worth a trial Umtl man I
de 'aR.I-Llgbt.| with very at.
bidder la named. when putting on parln'grven and f Uian to* unllnarr kind, ftnlil'rcrywhara {j'
HAVE YOU SEEN TUB WALTON I II trsMrJve dark center. hall not use anything else this .e. ontor'bllrbt It serve all a band In place of the tad aaoaal Iraa '\\
Rapid Cal ker r If not call at the store I hand bole and It keep the tray from D. at. rinnv oo. I,!
Rural New Yorker
of Jag. Pritchard A Son. Tltusvillo. says a off from the other when Detroit, Mloh.
DO YOU GET UP r slipping one
It III'an artiste that should be In the Prcttr Fruiting writer. storeroom 'd
they are being plied up the
possession of boatbullder and The old Jerusalem cherry may
yachtsman. Read every the testimonialsfrom WITH A LAME BACK ? lifted and brought Into the house In tbe Worms take refuge la the small Intestines or when hauling on lie wagon .

flrat-clasa boatbullders.A fall. It. fruit I III bright orange scarlet. where they can easily multiply. or *Ied.Crlmaoa, .

Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. This In an excellent house plant. Almost White's parasites.Cream The Vermifuge verdict of will the destroythe people Ramkl* For Carlataaaa.Florist DYSPEPTICIDEThe.

equally good I. Ardlsla crenulata. tell. plainly how well It baa succeeded. bloom the Crimson rambler or.-.... aid< to D4C.Ef3TION.
Almost everybody' who reads the newspapers with benches of bright red berries and Price ZSot B. K. Wilson A Boo. for Christmas by putting from the

Sample copy of one of the best farm I I. sure to know cures of made the wonderful by Dr. deep green laurelllke leaves. '! open ground In October. After having The Largest and Most Com*

paper published, frea, If you will send L6J U Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Disease and danger lurk In the vital ; A commercial Item\ of Interest from I II matte !some roots plant are allowedto nlate Establishment South.
II the great kidney liver organ Tbe blood become. vitiated and England la that British tobacco manufacturer '' stay outside until put to steep by I I ::1'I

your name on a postal card, mentioning II li and bladder remedy. the general health Is undermined whenever I have formed themselves Intoa cold weather and then carried over entirely CEO, S, HACKER & SON,

this l' f It Is the great medl- the stomach: and liver fail to perform dormant until tbe following year
paper. th. American Tobacco
** cal of the their functions nature Intended. Her- trust to flgbt
.41 triumph nineteenth when started In tnldautumn they
TUB PLOWBOT Co., century: discovered bine will tone up tne stomach, regulate company, which has recentlyInvadedGreat should be In bloom by Clirlntrua

Atlanta, Ga. I after yean of the liver, where other pru|" railooa only Britain. Smoking sbould b*
t scientific research by relieve. Price 50cts. Wilson & Moo.
cheap over.tbe pond pretty soon. VraK Not*.. i
'i Dr. Kilmer the eml-
IrMlul tf !!.. Koad. A moderate crop of cranberrle l U
nent and bladt.der
I for It I I. with, word aa with '
lib. brief
--- specialist, and If Where the roiuluuaker encounter! American Agriculturalist' v ..

BO YEARS* wonderfully successful In promptly curing eepy or soft ground. In the utgrad, unbefloi the more they are condensedthe Late September brought some testimony ",. t'I

EXPERIENCE lame back kidney bladder, uric acid trou- such places ntiould! bv properly and deeper they burn. of rather better apple conditions, /.r Ii.;,

bles and Brlght'J Disease,which U the worst thoroughly/ drnlued. .by the use of drain allY. .Orange Judd Farmer; but these iof. ..... .,
form of kidney trouble. tile laid along tbe center of tbe road The average man get angry every rift of light In tbe general situation\ .--
Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root U not recommended way ou one or more lines to culverts time be, Is ID the wrong and know It- granted, there I I. nojblng to suggest -y-!!,!;, ". .. f

ney liver or everything bladder trouble but It If you will have be found kid Intersecting across the road thus Chicago News material change. In probably the smallest .1. (.,..;".--,-..-_.., ,,

Just the remedy you need. It has been tested draining and drying out Ute mlncradead yield for many year '

In so many way. In hospital work.In private giving him a dry foundation on Cough and Cold In Children Mr. Morrel!. the Michigan peach man, MANUFACTURERS OF :

TRADe MARit. practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase which, to build as the presence of any will It Is said, plant tbe largest peach 1

OCSIONICorvRloHTs &C.Anrnn. relief and has proved successful undue- quantity of moisture under! the BJCO\U'IfDATIO.:: Or A WELL KNOWN orchard In the world la Texas, 0.000 Doors Sash Blinds. ,

ITi..enuna. .rending N pmnabl/p:skrteb.n4.'.....'.......:::nmmunk-: ::. :. been every made case that by which a special all readers arrangement of this paper hi lug roadway permanent would work.prevent The him success' from do-of CHICAGO Plly ..cr..1I acres, Hate or l.OOO orchard acre of more Oeorgla.than the famous Me( nlding & Building Material.

!Hi.rtrtctlvconlld4iiitiifcla ilandt>no) oo Pateata who have not already tried It, may have a bin efforts will dewiid| vutlrvly upon lies and prescribe Chamberlain'sCough
Sent free. free mall also book A trial ablpm nt-ot Bartlett pear to C fllce & Warerooms. King opposite
oirimit recannay.tanta. sample bottle sent by a Kernedy I for almost all obstinate, ,
t.b: the drill Ue obtuiim.StopH
.T PsUnnte*..ia*mi
find out if you have kidney or bl.ddertroubl.. the Cough I prescribe It to children of all ages. Am ; be made with tbe object of Introdno S. C.

Scientific JImcrican.ly When writing mention reading this generous *?. '' and work off the Cold. glad to recommend U to all In need andseeking lag some of our perishable fruits to ,
brdeotp.It niantraiwl waakly.enlMtlon : L.rre.e Mt' offer In this paper and relief from cold and coughs and European market..
oraity . iU'.r.IOI.: Tcrraa.M a. send address to Laxative rom.QolDlne Tablet. core a bronchial affliction It Is non-oarcotlo Sash Weights Cord and
year, fnue IUOnt.lut.1. newadralan.MUNN your ; r," 'ffi.-; In all tbe state In which JI'1't>W. ,
.,1:0: ; Ii .. cold In one day. Xo Cure, :Xo: Pay. of the
Dr. Kilmer&C .,Blng- and safe la the hands most unprofessional. -
& Co."'...-..,. New York ". Price 25cU.TV: log of &'1'11lit of more than local ItnKrrtance -
for all
ham Ion. N. Y. The A universal panacea Hardware. I
Juraaea t lSo.. d3t r Bt..WaahUMTtoo.IX t: except California tbe conc.V //t
regular fifty cent and wa eea..m.p-a.a m.nklnd.-H... Mary R. Msfendry.
\iFoley's dollar sizes are ..,M by ap "M'e.!:::''.v" Clfite Line Sicini&Mp Co'*. D., Ph. !)., Chicago, ilL This remedy I Jon a* given In tbe September repot. Window and Fancy Glasj
.. .
Kidney Cure agency I. at the ADVOCATE office/ Titusvllle for sale by all drn/glkU and medicine of tbe department of agriculture .. '

\\maics fcilacyu aad IfcJdrr s LIB The ADVOCATE does job printing. where yon can secure reservations. dealers. below the ten year average. A SPECIALTY.EASTCOAST ,

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of the Florida The Board met !l Monday morning:,
The forthcoming meeting
The question of tariff reform, State Teachers' Association promises December 2nd, 11)01.) Present J. M. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

AWMKLT JOOBHAI DEVOTED TO Taa D..L- which has been thrust into the back to be one of the largest and most enthusiastic Dixon: : chairman, R. N. Andrews, C. P.

OFMBHT OF TUB IKUIAlf BIVBB, LAZE ground by the stirring events- of gatherings we have had for several Plutts and R. E. Mime secretary J

WOBTH AMD B1HOAVHB BAYSBOTIOMS, the past few years, will be up'tor years. *. The minutes of the last meeting were COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
The Executive Committee Is pleased read and approved. .
PUItLISlIED KVKBY FRIDAY.OBAKLBR discussion in the approaching session to announce that for the meeting at Ocalawe The treasurer's report for the monthof Authorized capital. $100 I COO

of congress. If the democrats have been granted by all railroads of November, 1901( was received, read, "" Paid up capital, - SZS'QQT:

H. WALTOM, Editor at: Publisher. have any remnant of political sagacity . the State a rate of'one and one-half cents found correct and redeemed warrants ( \c-. Average deposits,
"" $100.000
left, they will seize upon it a mile, each way, .or three, cents round duly cancelled. -'c4 (
Discontinuance of ailvu. must be made personally trip. Tickets will be on sale Dec. :20. 27 The following bills were passed for
at title oltlue, or by writing. as a supreme issue. In spite of the and 28th, with final limit Jan. 1, HMW. I payment as per list of Itemized expend!II I- Transacts a General

------ huge expenses of the government, Association will begin Filday night, Deo. tures:, Bankin

Check,eto.,may be made payable to CHABLEg a surplus is steadily piling up in 27th, and close Monday night, Dee. 30th. I FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

H. WALTOXpabliaher. the treasury. This surplus now Each person purchasing ticket will\ pay Business,
I TiTUnviLLB, FLA., Dec.3 1901.
hundred and to local agent $1 additional; for, member
amounts to one seven. ship fee, and will receive from local agenta To Hon.Alex. A. Stewart
Address all communication toEAST million dollars. If it continuesto Clerk Circuit Conrt. Largest and Oldest Bank on l lr tbe
ty which Ritf.
presentation to .
COST ADVOCATE, coupon upon Blr:-Jn compliance! with Section 3, Chapter403K .
TrrtmviLLk FLORIDA. grow at the present rate, It will the Secretary of Association, there; will Law of Vlorlua, we hereby tile with.you Exchange bought; and sold on "I',< |I'
be Issued the followInK Itemized' statement of all school reli!D
Certificate of
1\ Membership1,
inevitably withdraw so large an : made and warrant M' CountrIes
I received appropriation.
- - money
amount of from tbe channels and a badge, that will entitle} the holder touted lor the mouth ending the:Unu day
S. Department of Agriculture money to full admission to all sessions of the ot Deo.,A.it. 11101. Patronage appreciated. Prompt -. ,, ...
17. of business as to effect the financial association.For Warrant outstanding lout report.. (12,13082 = tr..tmenland every favorroiiKlHt i '\IIJ!;",!.1f..
Weather JUureau-Jupiter, I Ja. interests of the whole country the first time In the history of the Issued at this meeting. .. .... 1.76660 , served banking( .granted
; More than this, the presenceof Association will a Governor of Florida Total............... .......... ........ S13.BIKIW- -e : r Seaboard National CORRE8PON Hank( DENTS ofeu ,
The following is a comparative state- such a hoard in the government honor the teachers by coming to theirassociation. Le Governolr will.be
ment of temperature and rainfall for the vaults is a constant temptation to with us, and 'will address Jennings the Association Warrant now outBtanillngr'. '.lest....... ..,. 11.1,357: TI'.rU'SVILLE, FLA.
10 1901. llalaiioe caahperTroaauror'
week ending Tuesday, Dec. raiders of every class. A.thousand In his felicitous way report ...' : .'. ..5 413Reo'd
-1001- -1000-- and schemes will be formed for The Rev. Sam P. Jones, who has, per- In'Njv Co School Fund... 53790 h =::
one .. .. .. ...
MAX. MIN. 818
DATE. MAX. MIN. haps, addressed larger; audiences and .. .. **. 8peo.. lax"' Dint.. 1. ,. 1 HO
the of at the. 3.*
4 72' 54 82 117 getting tempt-
coveted, In his lecture-sermon tours, a THE SOUTHERN FUEL. WAN!
US 54
5 70 ing pile. What with ship subsidies wider range of territory than any other 5 647 Oil ,
6 71 65 73 67 rivers and harbors Warrants paid during month.. OKI 21
irrigation minister or speaker now living, and who
72'M 73 03
8 7 75 67 70 61: projects Pacific cables and isthmian to-day commands the respect and attention Cash now in hand,Treainrer... ;13 80 .1380 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

0 7rt fl7 70 40 canals-the surplus may be fore,of will the American lecture Saturday people as night neverbe-and Deficit In fund ..... ....,..... ...... S13.34378 i ' , , ,
10 76 00 75 01 trusted to disappear with'sufficient I.'Mb balances are as follow I '*'
preach Sunday, Deo 28th and 20th, re .. . . *
Total. rainfall for the week: ,. 3 County School Fund (887
rapidity. But is It right to collect spectively.! Spec Tax lUst 1.. .....:.:.:::..:,. 3 in
week Departure:: minus from.09 normal Inches.rainfall Departure for the money from the' people for any Nothing will go undone that human ,*, H .. *o ............ >. '..*. i ttn Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.,."
brains and skill can furnish 'for the ,
from normal rainfall since January 1, other purpose than to administer perfect Total.$13 86
18.54 Inches. : comfort of our association. The hotels _, ITEMIZED RECEIPTS.Balanen Offices foot of ITognn Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.262.
plat the and the
government, protect and boarding houses have made reduced treasury Hint report ..,.,.. .$ 413From
HAL. P. HAKDIN, Observer. business of .this.country from competition rates for this oooanlon : Ocala Tax Collector:; tax, imH; ) :..,,..,.... 776 J. JC. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
... ...., ....
From Tax Mollector,tax MOl 8 30Kroiu
-- --.- ---- ------ ---.--- with other countries? house, 270 rooms, $2 a day;, Montezumahotel Tax Collector poll tax, 11KK..... .. 701) .. .
In tariff for rev. 100 rooms, $. O a day; other hotels From Comptroller i mill tax 1UOO.. ,.... 400 HO ---- ---- - -- --
CHRISTMAS IS COMING. our judgment, a and boarding houses{a day; !.*>O) FromR K. Mlml Sept,book, eto old.. 82 89 I
enue only is fallacious and hurtful, private house, $1 a day. Our rates and From U. l!:. Mains, Supt.paint .old.. .... 7000
fee ... ... MelVIul & Baker
Froui R.g. Mime, Snpt-exam TOO
because it does not go far' enough, Invltatlop! will embrace the .public,. and ray
CHRISTMAS to all the'civilized and r Is as extreme one way as the not be confined 'toachere. Total receipt... . .... ...'. .., ......* 54208Sueolal : ,
world Is tbe for whl h all other Very respectfully, Tax School District No I.
day high protective tar'ffFiaextreme the ... .... ......
PHILLIPS Ch'm'n Ex. Com. From Tax ColIcrUir. tax l..oi 318
-daya were made. The trade of the SIIJELTON Special Tax School District No.2.From 401413 East:: Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.headquarters .
other there is mid-
way. Evidently, Tax Collector, tax WOl. .. ....... .. ISO .
world, so far as it relates to personal dle ground somewhere and such for
A cold, cough or grippe oan be "nip ITEMIZED EXPBKD1TUBB8TearnerV -
o wants ;, the commerce of the middle ground ought to be captured ped in the bud" with a dose or two of nalnrlen............. .... ..... fl.30700

world, so far as it concerns the luxuries at once by the democrats. We Foley's Honey and Tar. Beware of sub J.It.M.H. Maine Dixon, salary per diem county and Rtipt.i.mileage.......a.* 7000 Material Vehicles Harness

; and, indeed, many of the necessities do not want that high tariff which stitutes. B. J{. Wilson & Son.: R.member N.Andrew board*,per...diem.......and....mileage..... ... .a.*. 200 Wagon , Bicycles,

"' of civilized man, circle piles up money uselessly in' the member board.. .. ... .. ...... ......... 600 and Sundries. .
O. P. Platt. diem and mileage a*
about Christmas and everybody treasury, neither do we desire that TO OUR SUBSCRIBER .emher board per...... ..... ... ....,..... 1340C I "KELLY"
commences to scan their local .- and R New, printing letter head..... 11 00 SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on 'your wheel
papers low tariff which admits the
extreme Century Seating Co., supplied .., ........ 30 !W
to see what class of goods our labor of the world to compete The Miami Metropolis' publishes the A 0 Dittmar, on supplies No 6..., U 40 at short notice.
merchants for that pauper following for the benefit of its subscribers O L Niohola.supple, No 3................ 1 so
are advertising with us. The republicans, in and as It fits the case In connection Fee & Stewart supplies/ No 12 .......... 2 61 -------.----
-- -
I glad event. For a the makers John Henry, copies of minute and In- --- - -
year swinging away from democratic with some of tbo ADVOCATE) subscribers, mirance value ........ .......... .... SAO
of toys and brlck-a-brack, the manufacturers platforms, have gone into extremes we give; It space In our columns: HC ]Milton;rep pump at No 101 .......... 2 uo( WATCHES CLOCKS
of the thousand and "There arevery'many .regular readersof J A Hoko. repair' No 12.,...... .... .. 200Hexale ,
and have adopted an excessive tax terlsard. service examining corn.. 4 00 ,
tills paper who are in arrears with ........
-one articles which our complex life JM] Dixon service a examiner 600
rate, that not only shuts off foreign their payments for same. R. E. Mlms, Supt., freight on supplies.... (1 M
I demands, look forward to Christ competition, but piles money up in Thin is to courteously ask each andeiery .. .. ,?. postage on supplio.... I'M Jewelry Diamonds
It oiHoe supplies ....... 80 .
I mas ; labor to be ready for Christ the government vaults with a-rapid one of them to examine: : tbe dateon American Hook Go free hooks... ....... 210 KJlirevard r. ,
.' mas, and in every way show their which will the margin/ of the paper nr wrapper Co State' Hank Int war Ont Nov., :an IMI r
ity eventually cause opposite their name, for the purpose of Melbourne State Hank e Nov..... 12 m ;;;-:: .Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present .
appreciation of the fact that the great financial depression unless it ascertaining whether they are 'paid up'or EAST COAST; ADVOCATE, print teacher. ex 3 60 ".$' "';} "' :,b I Waltham Watches etc.

season of general rejoicing is their is stopped.Mr. not. Total expenditures ......._ ...........$1,7.1860 1
, i time of harvest ; hence our merchants McKinley, before his death, )I "It la our idea to have a clean,cash-In- In deference to petitions from patronsof '" PIHEWATCH and JEWELRY REPA1R1!
,a would do well to advertise intimated that a reduction of the advance subscription list by, on and attar schools WabaaHo and WavelanJ, E. ..

''what they have for sale, so that tariff should be considered but it I January lilt, 100:!. If you owe us A. Holt was appointed supervisor at A SPECIALTY.
won't remit: the tmall
;' people need not send for their anything, you pleamt Wabasso, and W. D. Edwards confirmedIn Watch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'j.
away seems to us that this reduction amount, anti do it at once, without the that position Waveland..
I Christmas presents. should be taken in hand by the expense and necessity of compelling\ us The Board adjourned to meat Monday bpectocles\ and EyeKlasHOB. Charges paid one way. k. J. RILE,

" We have been accustomed to look democrats, as coming more in line to mall you u statement ? morning, January, 1U02.! 22S: W. Bay St., JACK MaNVILLE. Fti.'

upon the coming great festival season "Those who are more than one year Attest J. M. DIXON, ._----. -.-. - - ---
with doctrine. Tariff for ------- -
( our revenue In arrears on the lit of January need not R. E. Mints. Chairman.
. as in a peculiar sense the heritage only, has been tried, the results be surprised If they receive a statement Secretary.Rockaway.

of the Christian nations and of which are painful to the from a regular Collection Agency, an we Best Material. Lowest Prices

we sometimes indulge in self con memory. The lamp of experience intend to place all old subscription acCounts -
for collection have neither
as we
gratulatlons at the that
thought we should teach us, that, as democrats, the time, patience nor Inclination to Motor Co.
alone possess the most inspiring oft we are not to be bound by policiesof worry over the collection of ancient and

I festivals, the feast of childhood, the past ; but, subjecting _ourselves hoary-headed accounts, and prefer to pay QUICKESTSHIPMENTS..
the season of universal merrymaking. to present conditions, seize collectors, who know how to collect, to ROCKAWAY BEACH, N. Y.,

So far as its present form upon the great opportunity-the do"We this are for giving us. ample notice, and will\ Bond: Lumber Titus A

and n'\me is concerned, we arc, open door--now practically un be pleased to have all payments made Co.

., doubtless, in the right ; but at the guarded by the republican party, direct to this office during the next :HO .,"' :II .
same time, it is well to remember days-after that time, look out for the
and adopt the middle ground of 'J .. A Trial Order Will Convince
other fellows. .. '
that while holiday seasons changename ,
tariff legislation, which is boundto '
and form, their value is rare be eventually the winning l S. O. VANLANDINGHAif, Manager ._ Tltusvllle, Fla.
9eabreeae Finance and Development Co.
..:. ly altered, for in celebrating Christ ground. If the old cry of "tarifffor . -, I -. --
mas on the East Coast or elsewhere Letters have been
revenue only" is raised, we patent granted at
,t we are simply perpetuating a cus- well and Tallahassee for the incorporation of the
might as bury our hopes, Seabreze Finance and Development Com J ...BUILDERS OF...
f tum so. ancient that its origin is
retire from the field.
with a capital $1SXX( to conduct -
\ lost in those ages of myth, when within or without the State of Flor Gasoline Launches and Motors.. MaSllry'sPaints

:'' written record was not, and tradition WILL readers pisses look at ida the business of erecting buying or III III
; was the only guide in the United our otherwise acquiring theaters, hotels, The most perfect, economical and easIly -
States and the name-and-address label pasted dwellings or other buildings, to main handled motor made. Two hours Instruction -
; England. upon the wrapper or ADVOCATE tain and Improve the same; to lay out, Is all that is needed. Powerful, ARE THE BEST. SOLD BYGEOYGE
all nations north
of the
p Among week and see if their subscription i construct and Improve streets and high- cheap and durable. Our agent Joseph
equator there has, from time immemorial every has, expired as our mailing ways, deal In real and other property, Bauer, will be In Titusville during week :: F.' :]: P.. ,::JJ: 7ISON: .
existed mid-winter festival such as stocks, bonds, mortgages or any commencing Deo. 9th, afterwards visiting -
I, to hail the return of the sun clerk will soon go through the other evidence of security Indebted- towns further South. Will have THE LUMBERMAN.EAU .

from the South and mailing list, and the payment of floss, to receive money for Investment, launches an exhibition and would be GALLIC, FLORIDA
; according to their subscription will save their borrow and loan the same. Among the pleased to meet or hear from Interested
the degree of civilization, 'Christmas stockholders are Colonel C. C. Post and parties. Address, -
from from the
has always been celebrated' name being Messrs. Chas. F. Burgman and A. Davis. JOSEPH BAUER, H. A. HODGES.
ADVOCATE list? Singly the amountis
with popular rejoicings. There is Care ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle, Fla. ...
small but in the the the
aggregate Please when
little doubt that tbe earliest form Manufacture' of
Discount to Boat-builders.
-of religion is found, In sun worship. good over-due deal subscriptions to this ofllee.amount We need to a writing advertiser. Special ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

Recognizing the that "the
r solid cash to the ADVOCATE ROUGH AND '.
run DRESSED. Orange$ Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crst*
of day" is the author of life and ALATKA. ,
successfully, and we trust our sub Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or l
heat and comfort he or oranges bull110gJ
was reverenced scribers will not fall over each aL) PirtofT Florida, would l do well to write for prices. The saw mills

accordingly, and under various other in sending in their back dues.A at Jllulear! Palatka on the J.. T K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered tow*
r,. names, and often with diverse 'attributes The Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA. part of the Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fa.
honored the ,
was as source
of all existence. Christmas this Bto demonstration In favor of Near steamboat landing, and opposite the office of the Ocklawaha River

: year comes on Wednesday, and we General Buller was recently held Steamers. Rates, (2.00 to $3.00 per day. Special low rates weekly or ESTABLISHED 1870.

will esteem it A favor if our numerous in London. Pictures the General monthly. LEE fe NYE, Proprietors.

were loudly cheered and the ..
correspondents will remember --

: that fact, and send in tnelr correspondence great crowds showed that General DAYTONA., Lane & Son
Buller's work in South Africa ,
f; on tbe 23rd, or not later was

i than the 24th of December, to give at least appreciated by the people. ,

our printers time to put the items ., HOTEL DESPLAND, DAYTONA. FLA. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

in type for on Christmas Day we TO STOP .\ COLD.-After exposure: :

will close this office, and give our or when you feel a cold coming on take a New and up-to-date hotel with all modern conveniences and appliances Southern Fruit and Produce
dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It never
men a rest, no matter what correspondence falls to atop a cold If taken in time. 11.R. for comfort and safety of guests. Rooms en suite with private bath.

arrives. Wilson" Son.Notlee Heated by hot water system. Lighted by gas and electricity. Rates,

to Fluhermen. 3.00 per day and upward. Cozc.tO..1ss1oc.: : : MercYiars.ta.:

WHILE the Chinese Exclusionact LEON DESPLAND, Proprietor; formerly of the Palmetto.

is considered Stencils
being by Congress,
; ; Having fully satisfied myself that the -- - -

Minister Wu and family are being Fish Law, now la operation, will not admit AI/TAMONTE SPKINGS. quotations furnished on application.
introduced to the mysteries of the catching of mullet from Nov. _
The Chinese 13th to Doc. 31st., this Is to warn all -
Washington society. fishermen that In catching those fish not ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange Co. Fitt,
:Minister appears to be far in advance prohibited by the statutes, some way The ALTAMONTE Open January 1st. Consign Us Your...
of the Li Hung Chang typo must be devised to keep mullet out your "-;-- .

of Chinaman, so far as polish is net.. While thoroughly In sympathy Beautifully located among the tall pines and bearing orange groves. On a high
is concerned and Is quite. favoritein with the fishermen of Brovard county, ridge overlooking two beautiful spring fed lakes. First-class accommodationsfor
still the law, on construed at Tallahassee, 130 guests at rates that will please you. Steam heat open fires; modern Fruits and
Washington Old Li, while a must be obeyed. We did not make the lighting plant, electric bells. Excellent cuisine, white belp. Finest black boss Produce.

brainy man, was heathen to the law, but as officers thereof, we would bo fishing, boating and hunting beautiful walks and drives; bowling, billiards
core, and would not postpone a nap derelict if uo effort on our part waa made tennis, clock golf, golf eto.-all free to guests. Our water supply Is from the
for Minister Wu the for Its enforcement. famous Altamonte Spring on hotel grounds (the equal of Poland water). An REMITAXCES
anyone. sprlngi Send for booklet.
Very respectfully, ideal winter home or pleasure. . '
other hand, recognizes society and A. D. PIt nnCT, GEO. E. BATES, Owner and Proprietor. FRI 'I

:: bows to Western usages. County Judge. t'The Grand," Mount Vernon N. U., in summer. i rH & CO. Nashville, Tcnn






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,- ,1VI JrR. ]BEt<>S.
Capt. Richards his been on the lick

list for more tbau a week. Wholesale Dealers In '
The Finest Cake
Another copious rain, Tuesday night, FRUIT AND PRODUCE. . :i
made glad the hearts of the farmers. GROCERIES, .,. l

Mrs. -". ---" =
Chas. -
S. entertained --
v a Schuyler Jhe ;>>

Point Lacers, last Saturday afternoon. Corner West Bay und Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r..

Mrs. Curtis, at the Netberby Is entertaining Is made with Royal Bak- i

visitors.a very delightful party of winter ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.We '"

Mrs. Curtis entertained the Card club ing Powder. Al\vayslight I''
EYE SPECIALIST. last 'Saturday evening. Mrs.: Merwin are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; \

will have the next meeting.Mrs. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want .i
:2.T5!:: W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. & wholesome. )your Orangn and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will bo pleased. IJ '
: Samuel Wlllnian arrived last Fri- sweet I
day evening on a visit to her daughter, pure MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville\ Fla.

Stuart. Mrs. 'Vi F. Richardsand;: her sister, Mrs nrWe only Sell to Dealers.'c

John Miller.Mrs. _____ __ "__ __ __ ___ __ -'- .J
James Andrews and children, who -- ----- - ---- ------ "---

Stanley Kltchtng spent Sunday visiting have been visiting Eden for sometime, Eau Gallie.See Georgiana.Mr. I
Sebastian. Melbourne.
friends at Webastlan. are now at the home of Mr. Andrews

Work on the new postoffice building brother, In Tibbals. GOODE & OOODR.-ncul Estate and Txiann. the Christmas goods In our stores Jones and fatlacr-in-law, of I ford,
Is being pushed forward as rapidly as Mrs. W. F. Wolfe, assisted by her Stanley Hitching/ was In town on Sun Act; niobe, 1'rovlilnnre Washington; and Ann Fire The J, A. Gilbert cottages are all occupied I I
possible. aunt, :Miss Moore, entertained the Tea day, shaking hands with his numerous Inimriuice. Special! attention paid, to the .
Pompano are getting quite plentiful club, on Wednesday. There was a large friends. IntarasU of nnn,renlilontn. bat one. C. D. Provost made a business trip to

and our fishermen are making good attendance, and as usual, a grand, good Mrs. Jas. Morrow Is still confined to ------ --- The yawl, Princess, Is about ready for Titusvlllo these, Tuesday. Ho is a very busy J
time HOTEL OARLETON the .flU round. Ix>- man days.
-Open > I
her bat Is to note recovering the winter's cruising.
room, we are glad liKhtful; upot to end winter or snnmittr. J...-
Mr. and Mrs. Dyer and family spent The Bazaar will be held next Tuesdaj -r..U"l on high bluff overlooking the Indian E. S. Randall has sold the dingy belonging Mr. Leo, uf Kenosho, WIs., arrived I'I' I

Monday visiting Mr. and Mis. Walter evening, at J. U. LeTourneau's packing Miss Anne: Groves f left, Saturday, for River, rerinx nioilerute.FHAMK' KoiitBTSON. Proprietor. to his launch, the Helen. Friday night. lie has spent several f
winters here, and we are always glad to I \
Hitching. house. The doors open at six o'clock, Waveland, to enter upon her duties as

Pineapples are going; forward dally, and lunch will be served from six to half school teacher at that place. Mach suo- rzar- Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, C. 13. Merrill, of Tropic, was In Eau see him. ,
the shipment being large for this seasonof past seven, when the sale will begin. ooss to her., the pink pnper of the East Coast, will be Gallie\ on Monday last, doing business Provost Chambers have just received I

the year. The service at St. Paul's church, last S. Kitching has Just had his orange; received at tho Melbourne Postofflco. Thursday's Chicken Pie Supper promises a full line of Christmas goods[ ,which will {

Sunday afternoon, was well attended; (trove and the grounds around the Palm to be grand success. Supper! will bo a grout convenience to their customer. ,i I
Miller made business
Fred Beach a trip to this being the Archdeacon's first visit House put In perfect order, which adds Fee & Stewart are doing a large business be served from o to 7 p. m, as we have always had to go to Cocoa, or Y
Palm Saturday night, returning, of his beautiful have such things sent by mail or )
Monday morning. since his vacation. The new windowswere : Much to appearance these days. F. E. Shone left for Miami and other express
very much admired, several small 'place. points, Friday' last. Mr. Shone will return from Chicago or Mew York. .1
Mr. Tontane, who has charge; of A. M ones being put in by the members of the Miss Bell Hoeg leaves us this week for week F. C.In Conkling spent a few days of this to Eau: Ualllo In a few weeks. A. L, Urn tier, wife and daughter, Miss\ Yo

Sample's iish business at Alicia, spent a Guild, and a large one given by II. W. nor home it flue Bluff, Ark., much to Mnyport. Both, and I nlocp. Miss Nellie Bruner
few,hours here, Monday.J. Richards. Slrdvfleld has been his. ii:. 8. Randall)) secured the skin of the !
theregret of her hosts of friends, who Rev. having rattler shot Miss Hodgson ROIl will came over from, Korkltulge, Sunday, for I 1
I by ,
C. Clark and Lt. Wllloughby passed Many Edenltes were bidden to the wish for her speedy return to Indian home newly painted. have a belt and slippers made of It. a visit with Uncle and Auntie Hughes. I'

through here, on train BIS, Wednesday, Tlbbals bathing club meeting, on last It I vert Henry /Stark and daughter, of Bay view, They retained on the steamer, Tuesday, ,
Chlldien's Christmas. on the evening Miss Nellie\ remain ns the guest of Miss
on their way to Palm Beach. Thursday afternoon,'when Mis. Luce en- Mrs F. M. HudHoii and children left, were in town shopping, last Tuesday
tertained with aconundrum contest. The of the 2.1th: at the Baptist church. Winnie Dixon until after the holldl'lI.lIIrs. .
Noan Jones, deputy sheriff from Palm this week, for Ark, on a few months'visit Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell Is. now gettinga Come and help the children have good I
conundrums were all so easy (after thoanllwel'S with relative and friends Mrs.Hudson's Hempstead and daughter, Mltui I
here :
Beach, was Monday, attending to nlco Una of good in store for Xmas tl 1
had been read). The highest Adelaide Master and
his official duties as fish warden. husband accompanied them ns Jll'mpstend nurso
number guessed was six, out of twenty- far as Jacksonville. I Mr. Moore, of Washington, ; D.O., Is The sharpie, T.lzzle, J. E. M, Hodgnon, arrived, last\ Thursday, and are comfortably
If you read the pink paper and like It, two, and :Mr. Arthur Baeger was the the guest ot Mrs. Margaret Uoodo, this owner, Is lu trim fur the winter's amusement attle.lln Mr. Budgets house, which! I
just hand In' your check for $1.50 to champion, but with his usual gallantryhe The Union Sunday School will\ have a week. The Isabel also In the water, they have ruulud for the winter Wa

:Stanley Kite hi ng-he'll do the rest. resigned In favor of the ladies, and Christmas tree, and every scholar will I Mis. Ida Hector hiss rented the Wells newly painted. gladly welcome them again. as they made

Stung beans are bringing as much as Mrs. A. D. Merwin brought the prize be given; a handsome present.been A com- 1 cottage on Front street, and will soon Lansing's windmill and Irrigating many friend dining their stay with u*
ladles has
mittee of : appointed
home to Eden. The was young last
$10 per crate. M. C. Munch, of Wave- move her family there. Is fast appruaolilng completion.
awarded to Miss andas to collect funds to partly pay the expense plant
land, shipped 27 crates a few days ago. it proved to be Margie a box of candy, it, aided . W. T. Wells Is having his cottage, on rile Doctor will\ have one of the nicest !Mrs. Taylor has added *> the attractions '

It Is no trouble to get up early now-a- In consoling the rest of the unfortun AVo want ADVOCATE subscribers Front street, painted, which will add gardens In Eau Gallie. of her unique, cosy cottage an open
some more
d.iy.: That everlasting whUtle on Dupont ates. In Sebastian. Ccomuiouce YOUI'subscrlptloo much to its appearance. The launch, Helen, bus her machinery Ilioplitoe, Musses\ Rogers, Williams and
& Middleton's saw mill does the work.C. In position, and Is again; plowing the Lyman acted respectively In the Older 1
the commencement of and two daughters
last ladies and at Rev. Weatherwnx
On of
Friday a party Randall mimed, ns bilcklnyer, helper and super
waters of the Indian! River K. S.
W. Corbett now has his launch in children drove to Sewall the new year., It la ono of the largest; enjoy rowing and fishing* on the Indian intendent. The chimney draws well.

perfect order, and she can be seen dally nic, and pay their respects to CommodoreSewell and most newsy papers on the East Coast river these lovely mornings of Boston, Is owner. An open tlronlnco R.MIIotroally/ to the 1H

speeding on the bosom of the St. Lucia. and wife. The day had been ordered of Florida. Miss Jessie Goode reports, from Jarkspnvllle .The cabinet launch, Whlstlewlng, with comfort, health sail cheerfulness of a

Mrs. Elmlra Bessey Is visiting relatives 'week before hand by one who Ivcv. Lawson has about 100 boxes of that the sick ate getting well Gen, Andiows, captain and owner,' ant southern winter home ,
has a "pull" with the weather man, and J, II. Andrews, of TlhbnlH, ou \hoard, a aWhat's
at Fort Pleroe, this week, and will go grapefruit ou his trees. Grapefruit are and she hopes to return before Xmas. ,/ .
Gitlllo harbor
The start made at ten ooupl.j of days In Eau
was perfect. spent
$5 box. It does not take Your Face Worth.
from there to visit her parents, at Oicbid. netting per allllerl'eturue.t her school A
o'clock and the destination was reached long to figure how much that Is. Mr Miss this week.
Rev. W. T. Lane delivered two splendid just before twelve; and, by-tho-way, we Lawson/ will/ \ bo up able to sit under his own at ntiisville, last /Sunday, after spending The Inunnli, D"wn111.,\ tin In the natei SnniotlntPH" fortune, but never, If yon r R

sermons here, last: Sunday, and left Monday would advise ladles to take at least one vine awl fig tree in a few years, and takeit several days at her Melbourne homo by Saturday next This U row IIr the have a sallow complexion, a Jaundiced! +I
to attend conference. The contributions strung man along to remove obstructions. look, moth. pniolips and blotches on the r ;
cany. Mis. Nina CroHsgrove and mother, Mrs. bust appointed vessels on the Kant Cu,.,,',
amounted the 'Both and tram Uln--nil sign of liver trouble. But Dr.
to $40
during day going coming, a heavy Wilson and Miss Gibson of Chautlu.qua, roRS"I/
and la for sale by Hodgson \
track had to be moved, as It was too Quite a party of our young folks went bore lust week then King's, New urn Pills. give clear (skin, E
Chas. Woodward's house has just been N. Y., spent a day ad. ou first page. '
the Sebastian river on a fishing tripa cheeks. Kiel
high; to drive over, and then when the up Palm Beach. rosy complexion. Only
completed, the Interior Is hard oil finished road leading to the Point was reached, It few days ago, but something/ was evidently went on to Messrs. Vogel and Spencer' local Inspectors :aficts at It, H. Wllsim ,Hun's/ drug store.
from the first floor to ,the attic. Mr. was completely blocked by a fish net wrong, as the Huh would not bite. How delighted the tourist are when of steam vessel worn. In KIIIIGallie I

Woodward placed the furniture in position which 'criss-crossed" the load In every Either the moon was wronger the weather they come to Melbourne and find the on Tuosdaj, Inspecting the vessel
this week, and is expecting Mrs direction. A fisherman had Just landed, too cold ; or, perhaps there were too !golden oranges, now ripe, hanging on plying,: from this point up the Banana RI'AL 1STA'FI:1'UItALI:. ,

Woodward down shortly. and kindly removed It, otherwise the many "goo-poo eyes" along. the trees In many of our town lots. and Indian Klvers.

Train 35, Conductor York, bad a slight same muscle that hid struggled with the Dear reader of the ADVOCATE, please :Melbourne needs a number of nice cottages The E. O. C. club had a successful As Administrators of the Estate of I

accident, Wednesday night. The bleak tram truck would have been called Into do not think we are dead or sleeping, to rent. Nearly every cottage In meet at the Avllah rooms, 'l'hllradl'yll&lIt, William 1'rllutlor, deceased, We offer at '
beam became detached, causing the rear play. The ladies had decided before Hecause we do not Head In our items to town Is now rented for the season, and when twenty-five members were present. private sale the following described Real

wheels on the tender to jump the track, hand to( "Just take what they happenedto the newsy pink paper every week, because what are we to do with the people that The meetings, will be continued bl-nioutli- Estate, belonging to said Estate:
which caused a delay of four hours. The have in the house" and not spend a dead and do not
not we
we am still may come. ly during the winter, season. No. 1. Sold II I INo
accident occured at Rio. day In pieparation. We don't know [
get much sleep \Ve are very busy getting 2. All of 8} of :NE:- }. Section 31: .
what they might have done had they gardens Miss Mld.ky and charming daughter Miss A, Florence Hodgson shot with a

Henry George, our new section fore- do our orange groves, / arrived last and aro now and half Township: South, Range ,117 East, covered .
spent a day In preparation, but we in first-clans Thursday, revolver and killed.a live a foot I
shell roads etc
man, has. a new way of getting rid of know that there was food In abundancefor eta" ,, nicely settled In 1'. P. Powell' house, rattler, on the grounds of Pinewood with water, lying In mild! Eau Galllo s "II\

roaches lie killed a big rattlesnake, a twenty more, and of astonishing va" shape, where they will spend the winter Their lodge, on Tuesday last. !Miss Hodgson River and Kim Gallie Bay, containing

few days ago, which he skinned and bung riety. The coffee, which was mide In White Man Turned Yellow. host of Melbourne friends welcome them Is a dead shot with this handy, weapon. about :ill) acres, more or. less. I INo
the skin In the house and to
the latest improved percolator was, sim- back. ii. Sol Mr. George, the roaches left- without ply, the best the company had ever tas- 'Great consternation was felt by the Capt. 1.. W. Stlckney and a party. ot : No. 4. That port Ion of SWlr, Section!

further notice. ted. After the feast was over and the friends of M. A. Ilogarty/ of Lexington, Satisfied people are the best advertiser ladles visited Melbourne on Wednesday, 21, Township 27 South flange :.17 East,
horses fed and watered, the ladies wentIn Ky., when they saw lie was turning yel- for Foley' Honey and Tar and all in Ills cat boat, the Alice. Mrs. Alnes- commencing at a point 370 feet West from t

Half the world Is In darkness as to the a body to call on Mr. and Mrs Sewall. low. Ills skin slowly changed color, also who use it agree that It Is a splendid worth, Miss. Rochslor, Miss Beach, Mrs Northeast corner post on '.1( Section line
cause of their ill\ health, and they doctorfor who welcomed them most cordially, and his eyes, and he suffered terribly. Ills remedy for coughs, cold or sore lungs.B. Clark, Mrs. Stlckney, and also.ft number as nforesnlil and 110 feet South of said X

about everything except the light entertained them very pleasantly. The malady was Yellow Jaundice. He was It. Wilson & don of gentlemen, were on board Section linn for a stalling! point, thencerun

thing, and that Is the stomach. Nearlyall drive borne seemed very short and even 1 treated by the best doctors, but without The catboat, Alice, Cupt. E. W. Stick. South 42 feet, thence East 10O feet, ti
kind of Illness originate in the stom- ploasanter than going, because the nun benefit. Then he was advised to try ney In command, and the sharpie, Lizzie, thence South -UK.: feet, thence West to.
ach. Take Dr. Loyal Ford' Dyspepti- was sinking/ the west, and the atmos- Electito Bitters, the wonderful stomach Rockledge. J. E. M. Hodgson In command, curried a Section line, thence North 0:28: ft, thence
clde and get your s.omacb; working prop- phere cooler. The drive was planned In and liver remedy ond he writes\ : "After i party of our tourist friends and citizensover East 717 feet, more or less, ton point 100(
erly. B. R. Wilson & Son. honor of Mis. Geo. W. Sooble, of Tltusvllle taking two bottles I was wholly cured." to the ocean beach, on Saturday. feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
and the following ladles took part: A trial proves Us matchless merit for all L. W. Battcnfleld and Mr. Batten- Among those composing the party were, Harno, thence South: IfiO\ feet thence

Mrs.. C. S. Schuyler, Mrs. J. Bachus, stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Only fleld's sister, Mrs. Salisbury, of Delaware Mr and Mrs. Stlokney, Mr. and !Mr*. East 750/ feet to West side of l.'. K. C. !

Tibbals. Mrs. Geo. W. Scobie, Mrs. C. A. Robinson Wo. Sold by Wilson & Son, druggists. O., have arrived for the winter. Clark, Mrs. Alnesworth, Mrs. Dr. Clark, Railway right of-wny, thence North on.

Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. J. U. Le- Rev. J. A. Hughes will\ hold service Miss Roohsler, Miss Htlckney, Miss A. F. Wet side of F. E. C. Railway rl ht-of-

I Tourneau-and five children.J. at the liockledge chapel, near the New Hodgson/ Miss Beach, Mrs. Canfletd, Miss way 00 feet, thence East to point of beginning -
H. Jennings and W. W. Luce, are two I Fort Pierce. Kockledge hotel, next Hunday morning; Bessie Hodgson, James Clark, J. K. M.Hodgson :, excepting railroad right-of-way I''
of the busiest men In this place. They All cordially Invited to attend. and II. U. Hodgson., The party through said land. Containing shoot Ift
are both, building sheds over several W. Bryan, of Lowder, Ills, write.: are
returned home about ft o'clock p. m. acres Including the County road. This
acres of pineapple. "My little boy was very low with pneu- O. T. McCarty was a pleasant visitor The Share cottage; has boon rented to tract has a young grove of 600 or Wt(

Rev. Sawyer ha bad his yacht newly monia. Unknown to and the Tar.doctor The we result gave In town, Wednesday.Mr Mr. Capehart and family, who usually C. W, Winchester ., write: trees on It, and an artesian well, etc. ,
with Miss him Foley's Honey and Mrs. Jenkins of Ankona were spend their winter at City Point. They a I the life of boy to Koley's Honey ,
painted and overhauled, and was magical and puzzled the doctor, as last week and are domiciledhere owe my No. 0. Begin at Southeast corner of
Ethel at the helm, she glide over the It Immediately stopped the racking cough shopping In town,Tuesday arrived fo.,' the winter., and Tar. He had membranous croup, lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison I ,;
foaming deep like a gull. and the first dose gave him relief. We thence run Houth across Elbow
& Son.
and quickly recovered Wilson Frank, Sample, of Sebastian, spent a
hotel tomorrow continued Its use and It soon brought blm
The clew Rockledge open creek to North boundary of land belonging
Mrs. J. H. Andrews boarded the southbound few days in town this week.F. with II, li. Share:! manager, out danger, B. K. Wilson A; Hon. to Wm. Treutler, thence East aloof r

train Tuesday, for West Palm. White City. M. Tyler I* making an addition to and P. B. Snares, clerk This hotel has 1 Suction: 11 n* which I III the North l lcry
Beach, where she will visit her son, his hotel by adding a new dining room.Capt. been put In first-class order, M usual, ROADS MEETING. of Wm.Treutler'land to North bank,
month GOOD
Andrew., and family, a few B. Hogg left for Lake City, Sun and will doubtless have all the guests IS of Elbow: creek, thence West along bank

Mrs F. M. Hudson and two children The weather Is fine and ought to make day to see his. son, and returned Tues- can accommodate during the entire sea of said creek to point of beginning, beingIn

left, Tuesday, for Plnebluff,. Ark., on a crops grow rapidly. day,night accompanied by Master Ben Jaxazx: Ff.A Deo. 11, 100)), Section :21, Township. Mouthl Range
and Mr. Hud son.A 37 E. This land Is th the
visit to friends relatives. Mr. John Britt has retureed from Carolina Hogg. sal Incident occurred here this Editor Rail Coat Advocates
son accompanied them as far as Jack- who with his water of the creek.
week. A man ,
where he has been visiting his old Archdeacon B. F. Brown was In town, young of the Good t
There will be a meeting
sonville. Mrs. Hudson will be greatly with father, had come from the north In No. 0. Part of tub-division of Lot 21.lIouaton' ,
home. for the purpose of holding a meeting Association at Jensen Town Hall
Roads ,
missed In our burg. the Fort search of health died two day after arriving addition to Eau Gallie, corner
will be the last club the building committee of the on Saturday, nee 14th, at 1 p. m. For
Saturday night beret Consumption wa of Houston street and street through the
Archdeacon Brown held services last i church which Is about 4
Pierce Episcopal and
Paul's Episcopal church, meeting before Christmas, and every trouble, and, a* I.I often the cane, the disease the purpose of devising ways means Roesch addition, fronting 105 feet onHouiton
Sunday St. member ought to attend so as to know completed. wa too far gone when he left home of raising sulllcleot funds to complete'shelling street.
for the first time since his return what the arrangements for the Xmas Miss Aleph Mlms, of Tltusvllle, arrived for hope of recovery. The body was ouroonnty, road Its entire length,
the north where be spent his vacation. any No. 7. Commence about 0 chain 35
Ankona to 'he Dade lino.
from county
frolic' are, and be prepared for a good Saturday. Miss Mime! will\ bold taken back home.
The next: service here will be on the of assistant teacher In our Immediately This means great deal to us all. K very- link West from Northeast corner of
second the position of of the people Section 20, on Section line between Sco-
Sunday January.The time.H. the of which The assurance some one Is urgently requested to attend. If
C. Bemloderfer, W.R. public school, rapid growth I I. lions 17 and 20 run WestOclialn li: links,
delighted to Christensen, have another who come here In the winter amazing. business. I ii* not conducted to your satisfaction ,
entire community Robertson, J. M. Orrel and others have makes It necessary. to Nearly everyone who. reside* here, object don't stay at home and complain, thence South 10 chain B4 link, thence!
learn Gertrude England
that Miss and grapefruit their river South (JO) degrees.000n<1.. East: clialnn
home here on been setting out orange to any shooting along but come and have a voice In the meet-
to arrive at her cosy trees during the past two weeks. Over front, and have notice posted to that Ing. to tau Oallle, River thence follow the

Friday (to day). She has been during greatly her 1,000 trees have been set and many more Toledo. effect But not one particle of attention C. If. JtACKT, Pres. shore of Kau Oallle River In an Easterly
missed In social circles
visit with our her uncle Mr. Fassett, of, are expected.Mrs. do some people pay to them. Thar walk By order of the President; direction to a point dua South from place

Buffalo. J. Davis, of Pullman, Ill, who along In front of your house and shoot at T. V. Mooitc, Hecy. of beginning, thence north to point of
her Mr. Mr. Keifer, Wabanso, wa the guestof ; anything they happen to see, and when beginning, containing acres more ,or
Harry Munson and wife, of New York, has been here visiting parents, forbidden less. and known the Kitchell place.
tell them civilly that It I'I as
Eden and Mrs. Lamout, fur several weeks, has Mr. and Mrs. WlgQeld, recently.We you 11'100' Reward $100.
hotel on I
arrived at the Netherby ,
ha selected choice Instead of apologising and not repeating No. 8. NEST; of Stctlon 28 Township
:Sunday last where they expect to spend returned home. She Intends* to are sorry to note the serious (illness the offense, a* anyone who claim the The realtors of this paper will be pleased 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 10 1 +)
several weelrs, or'st least until the ar- piece of land, trying It per-and of our able teacher, Miss K. Martin. name of gentleman would do, they give" to' learn that there Is at: least one acre, leas railroad right-of-way '
husband to purchase
Jlval of C. B. Hogg, of New York suade her back the next dreaded disease that science lies been I r
Capt. Mr. and Mrs. W, II.WlgfieM Impudence, and come
for other
and have It put In first-class order ready The day you No. 0. NWJf: Section 2H, Township
city who the yacht Irene; In all its and that Is
purchased under
went Wabao, shopping. day and shoot again, right your able to cure stages, 27 South, Hangs 37 East. containing 100
the two, old friends, will start out on a their occupancy. i up nowe. After a f." of them are arrested Catarrh. Hall'. Catarrh Cure I la the only loss railroad I
three or four months' cruise down the Quite A number of our people went to Sunday afternoon Messrs. Ed. Walker and made to pay a good; sized fine, per- positive cure known to the medical fra acres, right-of-way.
const. They will visit the Florida Kuyn Ft. Pierce, last Saturday, to view the : Robert Ream and Seaborn Jones calledat haps they'll learn to act alt gentlemen, ternity. Catarrh tetng a constitutional No. 10. 4i: 00-100 acres, less railroad
and Ten Thousand island, then on to carload of stock which had arrived and Toledo. Instead of Ill-mannered boor Should disease, require. a constitutional treat. rlght-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of ;

Key West and up the Gulf coast. Mr. Mr. Knudson and Mr. Fransen each Among many beautiful flower, Mr*. wa go North and act M some, of the tourist ment. Hair Catarrh Cure 1 I. taken Internally NEW of NWJi, Section: Township 37
Munson visits our burg almost everyday bought a floe horse, and J. P. Christensen I Wlgfield/ ha some lovely white and yellow who come here act, wa would be acting directly upon tli* blood South, Range 37 East, known as J. L.
and spend a few hours with his and Mrs. P. Jensen each bought a chrysanthemums In bloom. Two of landed at the police: station Inside of five and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby Stewart place.

friend, J, T. Waters, looking over the fine cow. If you look around at told the bushes bad at one time over. hundred minutes. destroying the foundation of the! disease No. 11. Lot 17 and H, block 4, Tew

noted pineapple plantation here. numerous buildings you need not be I large open blossom each. Her and giving the patient strength by of Eau Gallie. t
that It Is a prosperous community. sweet violet bed U a thing of beauty also. Editor Lyncb.of Daily. Pout," Pellllps-. building up the constitution and assisting No. 12. Lot I, block/ 4, Town of Kai

Job Stood It. seed fer- burg N, J., ho tasted the merit of Fo- nature In doing Its work. The proprietor Gallie. Quit claim deed for this,,only- a
Could'nt Have has been receiving ,
Our club and Tar with this result : "I have so much faith In Its curative held under Tax Title.
0. In Honey
of Atwater ley'
at reduced rates for the past Cbas. Replogle, ; wa
terrible tilizer, etc., and he received a car very bad shape. lie say: "I suffered have used a great: many patent medicine powers, that they offer One hundredDollar. For prices aDd term address, t
few and colds andI >> for tiny that It falls to cure. I J
I and In farolllr for eongh ,
load of crate material which Is quite an great deal wltb my kidney was requested my F. A. MORGAN and W. If. JONES
Salve will cure the worst case of pile on ) Honey and Tar Send for list of testimonials. Address,
Cure. I did can honestly ay your '
Injuries Item to them, as no ore makes any profit to try Foley's Kidney F J. CHENEY CO. Toledo O.ySold A. Administrators of the Estate of Wm.
earth. thousand Kor kind I have .
It has cured leaves Jacksonville; each I so and In four day I wa* able to go to U tie bout thing of the ever deceased. .
It hall's Treutler
eruptions It's the on It after '' too much In praiseOf l by Druggist, 75 cents. I ,
pain or bodily the wholesale price with work again, now I ana entirely well. K.R. ned and I cannot say
beet salve In the world. Price 25c a box. member paying I Wilson A Son. It." B- B. Wilson A: hon. Family Pill are the. beat. Tltusvllle, Florida.
the freight.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by Wilson\ A Soo. the addition



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ville who was.evidently annoyed D;; I

IIH CONSTIPA his skepticism. you will,persist I II 'Cw s The Seaboard Air Line j
being funny, how can you expect us t0 )

do a serious thing like this?" 1 .

"I have con 1* dew: at a time _&Mal I i "I don't know, I'm sure" answered p.
_"..... _* tb. bowel, not twine bbl.inv. a George. VESTIBULED
thorn cioept br uilna bat water Injeotlent .
Cbronlooon.upauonfor.er.nyeere: plao. Ibis terrible condition during tu.t time I did *v' : ,.
and the wife chance : rr
keep quiet give a ;
ervthlnal beard of but nev.rfound any relief! sue!b a. I' 11! DThe
was mreaM ont.ll I began nalng CASCARHTH.now I Let's try again. Look here.. WIU I Shortest
here from one to three passages a day and If* rain tomorrow?"
wa rich i would give I100.0D for eaob movemeati I IUsuena w' 'J9 eF
reller." A YUIIBI: *IIIIKI.10W ,Very.slowly the glass approaches Y # TRAINS
RUIMU Hi..Detroit,Mloft. hesitates and then edges toward N."Enll'nlb The Best Line.

weather seems to perplei } DOUBLE DAILY SERViCE
cANOVcArlua :
Ic It," said Jim. "Ah!" as the glass stop! C l) Double Daily Service-Including Sundays to . .
at N, "now we're getting on. (Good I


cried George. "Somethingwrong WITH THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.
yeses ?tilt. aratn.u
there It doesn't seem to work, Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleani

somehow does It, Jim" For further Information write...

"No" admitted Jim. reluctantly: "11 MACDONELL Asst. Gen. I'as._Agt. Jacksonvllla
A. O. Florida.
Pleasant $ I.. Potent Tail* Good n o certainly doesn't atyet"
(too*) Mover Bloaen?Weaaea,or ...ak.K*.KM ; J. M. BARK, *. E. L. BUNCH
'... CURB CONSTIPATION. ... "How can yon expect It to predict the L V. P. A; O. M., Gen. Pass. Agt.

in Mi.i$*.s1,e Mi ,.Cal.atn-...,M iei*. weather said Mrs. Melville angrily, c'1; PORTSMOUTH, VA.
"Do ask It something sensible. Yoi ;

try, George." QI --=

Free and "Me" said George. "Oh. all right I . Dixie Flyer Route .' .
Acce""tedI\ Masons Who's the cleverest person In tb

1\\z Grr room? ," trains with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET
Double dally CARS
The glass stops at J. . Tri-Weekly Sailings . h without change- ,

Indian t No. 90 The move, to O. BETWEEN YORK.
H."j glass on JACKSONVILLE and NEW -Close connections made In Union Depots, -
River fJj? II \ TitusvIlleLodge "At last, sighed George: "It's found I Chicago, Louisville\ Cincinnati, Memphis and all point West and Northwest
'I \ a Towel." "And another" as the glass, Calling at Charleston C., both ways) _'Be sure that your ticket reads via -

Florida. stops'at K. "Why, it's actually mad I ATLANTIC RAILROADao4 NASHVILLE CnATTA
'** The Finest in the OOGA.
Holds Itujmeetlng* the second and fourth Frt. a 'ord-'J Steamships Service A; ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. l
rday of eann month a*> the late Titus "There
Armory said Mrs. Melville triumphantly.
relative schedules etc. write to...
Till., at ,:00 o'clock p. m. For Information to rates ,
Oeo. W. Booble. Womhlpful Matter. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. T, M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville'Fla.C. .

J.V.oIi.R.I Walker,Senior warden Wanton. "Splendid." said Billy Direct berries/ Between E. HARM AN, Gen. Pass. Agt. U. F. SMITH, Traffic Manage?,
khl1leliJa.tOl' -But, by the wsy.' asked ,Jim ."" ''Na..bvllle Tenn.
Atlanta ,
J.M..l>lion, Traurer.f. < ,
! J...A.A.Huffh Morgan,Chaplain.Secretary there anybody" called Joe In the room?" ;Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. _

J. L.Uarruthars, Mentor Deacon. "No. answered Billy, ruefully; "I
W.M. Woodward,Junior Dea on. never tbouabt of that... (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
! J. B. flnreven,Senior' SMwanUO. .
H. Walton Junior Steward<< "?4I.er, mind. said Jim: ''It'. madea .....,...........4.......SEMIWEEKLY..................SAILINGS....ikrathbound. ...from Lewis Wharf, Boston p1..ANT'SYSTEM.
R.1C. Mlms,Jr.Tyler. word at soy rate. Try the sur Northbound.:......................... .. ............from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville.
Dam ." -

! The glass goes In quick succession to
; D. J. T. K.. D. "Apparently a Russian. Clyde St. Johns River Line.DeBary .
PIANCHETTE: The Great Through Car Line from Flortda.-Coonectl.3OI:
murmured George. ( Line.)
"Oh. I give It up:" said Mrs. Mel BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston Richmond

t vllle/ pettishly." "It's Impossible to du Stopping at Palatka Astor,St. rranols, Beresford (OeLand). Blue Springs and intermediate landIngs and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia
It was after dinner and they weN things< unleae people believe In them."- on the 8t."ubn'e Klver. and Washington *'-i;

I sitting over &be coffee dt.cuseing.pirlt. King. STEAMER "City of Jacksonville." To the West The Southern R'y via Jeaup, Atlanta and Cbattanoogo. The La

ualtsui, Mrs. Melville being uu earnest OAPT. W. A. SHAW. K, via Montgomery.: The Southern R'y via. Savannah Columbia
and Aahevllle. The MAO; R'y Montgomery.Prt
i believer In the second displayed.
I sight Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment has Leave Jacksonville S Ml p. m.,Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays. '
al aim averred by.the plnnchette. She been thoroughly tested for many years, Leave Sanford 11:30..m.,Monda,., V)ednesdays. and ...rld..... the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
Southbound, Read down BOHF1>ULJ Northbound Read up. Philadelphia and Boston, via Savannah and Merchants. Hinen
, had been repenting Its wonders to them and Is a poslnlve cure for this most dis Leave S: Opm. .. ..........Jacksonville................Arrive !3f>.m. for Baltimore.To .
Transportation Company
In her most convincing manner. tressing ,aDd embarrassing of troubles. I:411 pm ... ...............Palatka.... ............. Leave B -OO pm.
f j Price fillets in bottles; tudes 78ots. .B. SKiOam.....p..................Astor ... .......... .> ampin. Key West and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular; Occidental SteamshipTo
': i "Well I think It's all rot," drawled R Wilson; Bon.Erooomr 430am; ............ ......St. Francis.. ......... .... .> I rib pm. Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island Via Boston and Canada
( ;............Be..tordDttLand))............. .. 12:00 n'n. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for'Uallfaz, Hawkesbury and Charlottesto1ll1."VVXN'TEB. .
I :, George Logic 5.eoam.............,.....Blue S rings............. .. 11 ::00 am.
) MU'a not" said .Mrs. Melville quickly; Arrive 8:30: am....................t M.ord.................. 11:30 am.

"is It, Jim" : of Good n..... Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. "JL'O"U.. ? TZOT1'ETS

Tier husband a large good tempered The saving effected through the construction will\ be on sale throughout. the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States
A.C. Eaafn Pan. *. r.M.IRONMUNOERJa.FIaPass.: A, .. i
of scientific roads wblcb HAOKIITY Age. $
i but annoyingly placid man looked up ; can 19 State St., Mew York 204 Went Bay Jacksonville. Fla.LOTELL all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System, during the season of 1901.1002IIJDo
from his paper be kept In !good running condition at HOB. HALEY, Local Freight Agent f C. P. Aut. Fla. 8u It.. Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stop-over prlvlledges\ In Florida.
I small annual expense: would more than foot Hogan 8t Jacksonville, Fla. I Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville,Fla. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied
I "I don't know my dear he said JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan Bt.,Jacksonville" Fla.
pay for the full cost of road building of THKO. O. KUKH. General Manager. WM. f CLYI>K A C O. General Agents.. with Information and handsome advertising matter.
i I cautiously. "I dare say there's some half a l'l'nturlr0./ says G. E. Walsh .". .Chesebrougb Building 19 State St.,Opposite Battery Park, New Vork.f For Information as. to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to

In Ounion's Magazine./ This saving Is C. II. WALTON. Agent THusvIlle Fla.

i refumed : not always apparent at first for the F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.

; : cept Mrs. Melville who said pettishly: first cost st't'n.s to overshadow all other 138 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla.,

;, I "Jim you are too absurdly cautious for considerations In the minds of the Florida East Coast 3. W. IrV renn i Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

: anything. But you believe In It,-Billy, shortsighted economists. It took two Ry. W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, Savannah Ga.

: don't you?" she continued turnliig to decades of agitation to convince most
of the residents of rural districts thatIt --
, J tho man sitting near her. was more profitable to build good Time Table No. 85. In Effect Sept. 1, lOOt.
"My dear lady they Is bit
say seeing
roads under the direction of road
" ilevlng. I have I engineers SOUTH BOUND Road Do......) (Bond Up) NORTH BOUND.:
i never seen-ergo, can than to rebuild and repair the
not believe." 0.11 too..11 0.00 ".Se o.5: o. bt
old dirt roads after a fashion In vogue Dally Daily 'STATIONS. 1easu I
W Daddy Daily Dally Dally
II .. Mrs. Melville stretched out her hand since the beginning of things. ,The oo Southern

) tof the \boll. "Mary" as the maid greatest triumph In the movement maybe rq: ... ... Soop60Mp IUNIaCy-.c .. au "vllle..Ar 100t> ft MM ...... .bt'..;..
Iii., rj .. lUOMa ........80 .r..k.nvlll..Lv 8621' 861JK76Ua ...... .. I
: opened the door, "bring a tray and a said to be the complete education of A );t ...... Bleu 11 l.Vi '.... Bt.: Auirutttlna .... .... Sfiup514r. ...... 1-4 O O
the W ..... Slut. 1147. ...;.. Ha tinm .. . 7a. !
farmers \
I l gins, please." to a proper appreciation A :x E-4 ..... .'1Wp 1'OBp ".........EuMtPalatka........:. .' 4&>>p 70UutTn ...... !2\2\\ td
11'i "Here's the tray," Interrupted Billy. and understanding of the whole question .... 184p 128/i. ,......... NeoKa............ 4 Itlp 11211Io..... ;:!
...... .... .. : . "
of scientific rood building W 7cPI'4t2 ... Bnnnella .. 40Tp 61u.. .
, I "Where will have It, Mrs. MelTllle? / x ... .. .. ... :: : . asi
you : ; 1:' 11 JJ6hp .... .. Dupunt. : ... 4Ul'p / ...... Railway
.. .
' Here?" as she put It on a small\ table. - - 0 ct.) ..... lIlvp: Ile V .........Urniond........... 1111111' 61Pa, ......
. .. SWp l8;\i ............Da"t.)............... 112.1' SX'Ha ... M;:! f: W
"Yes, that will do; upside down I z:; ...... 84.1190Up 14p ..,......Port Orange ...... ... a ui. 5 .Ua t:1"
11 0 680H66Ua 1UT > 'I ........New ... pBhp toI
' KICK A DOG f2 | Smyrna :11111': ;; 6Uua
'j Tbanhs. And the ? ? """ 0
please. l glass! .' .. ... SUov ............OakHIJI............ 2111>\>...... 208pID&p a _
;, "George has It, said Billy. 0-... 0_ .. .. soup It ........... 1MI' 0 ...
? Tltusvtlle..a
. I "I was just making sure It was a..4 E-4 .. .. ...... 114111' .. ..'.. ........ ............. I tIIj...
1 4 :zt ..... ...... b lap .....Roeklodire .Tnnotloa.... 1 C '
, ,I' empty., Mrs. Melville" replied George 0 ...... ...... 4 Dtp .. ........... : *.l" 17 0 DIRECT a..Io.I: -QUIOK TIMS TO
..... ...... 42ftp .......... Melbourne.. .. W: S- Z
I In answer to her look. Kick a dog and he bites you. a "''-4"' ...... ...... SUep .". ..........ebbuti.e.. ..,..,.... .hip..Z 8p.. / ._... b Waebiyptau! Baltimore Pblladtfpbta.
' : "Very well. Let's begin. Who will ..:a ... .. ...... SOUp ..._.......St. Luol............ II Ilex, York cMcja 1.CII..d
try with me? Will Billy" ...1 a ..... ...... 9 nap It .......... Port Pi............... 1 II ooo .
i you. He bites you and you kick him. e.. ... ...... a 24peaop .Tlbnala..... .. 10 0 1.lstlllt.: fltUata BlrafitflNa
JI;II "1 should be charmed" he answered boo ............ e slap .. ...:........ Eden: ............ ........ OIf: 2. dK1.
"If will show me the WIT" ....., P"' ...... ... .. .............Jensen." ............ .. iutulol ... ...... to;:! .... ehahais opa. me.plls) St. L al$. Kauu
you The more you kick the more . ItJ: ...... ...... 8411p ....... ... IIItu.re.\. M .R ,.... .......ro
"Oh It's enough" said Mrs. Mel- ...... . ...... ... ... y !2rq \ d AND ALL 'BAST .
.1/, easy : .... 71P72&V Robe Hound....... 94<1aB8t .... ..... : POINTS AND WB T.SBRVIC8 :
, / Yllle. "You see-why. we baven't got r M: .. ... ..... It .........West .. ' ,.,., >a .... ...... WOPK -
he bites and the more he bites O ...... ..,... TWp ". .......Weet Palm Beans...... \\I ...... ...... _
the letters! O ...... ( Hip ... ...........110".............,.... 11II ..... ...... H. NO OTHER LING ARPORD8 L.IKQ TRUll
"The post 'Isn't In yet" remarked I E-4 ...i..,. ...... Sip ...... ..Uelray.............. : .. 5 S
the more you kick. Each ...... ..... 'Up" .... ..For* Lauderdale........ '116Tp eta./ ....... v THE
George. .. ........ ..... 1 ..........Lemon City........ ........t : NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
"Really," said Mrs Melrlll "your makes the other worse. ..... ...... .. .. ota Ar ..... ...Miami..:........LT. .. ... AND THE: 'U.. 'S. FAST MAIL

witticisms are most terribly wearying Huffet Parlor liars uu Cram 33 bad 78.No ,

George." A thin body makes thin HiNo.19 N 0.17 ".0.11 No.l o. To the But end North.
"Yes," assented Billy. "You might _undSuadJOOp Dally Dally MATPORT BRANCH. Daily I Dally Sea
give us a rest. Can I help you? besaid blood. Thin blood makes 'a "iliiP TSi* Lv................Jack.onylile............ ,Ar 7 4ft 145p IT5op::::: :,
to Mrs Melville who was rummaging I till.pll018a1060m Sla: BISa ............".Jacksonville............... .M i 7B.a 8mp17r2p..... To the """e.t and North: -W..t..
| ABAp 910a91.S. ,... ..... Pablo Beach ................ TOAa/ seep 11 Ita ......
In her desk for the letters. thin body. Each'makes the {145i' 10S6a 7 OOp 1 ......o...........Atlantic Beach......... .;... T OUB SWp 114&a ...... Tk* line through "The Land of the Sky.?!' .Asheville, Hot
"No thanks; I've, got them. Now Rno""o'Tn_ :! tt...... Ap .. . .. .. . .. ...M........... .. .. ..... .. L.8ara_. 4 4A.. 11 BUB ......
Sprints N. C. Finest Summer Section In the
I see, we put them round the tables . .. .
you other If there is .u.u1 arl
so." And In a most Impressive silence worse. goingto uuD.r! u1.1 Dally:: ; Datly Datly/ PALATKA. BRANCH Iktlly'.Dolly'i:Dnlly Tb;i ; Dally Dauj TT World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

she solemnly placed the letters round be the ; ID' fll8p lfrl ii Sue"Lit .L.... .P.I.a. 1 i il 7 '", _nsp I I TI: Up / Abbeville and Hot Springs North Carolina.
a change help must t 1866 fl\p: 11 ,b. SAa AI'-Ba.ot P.latka.rn Clue,, 7dAalJuBpl) lllOn lOOp 7 'P

the edge of the tray.""There! | .** .- >ii*.. ..u ebolu of Routes to Pau.Ainerlcaa EJposltlo BRittlo n. Y.
"Now that's done, she said at last come from outside. 1Ddo l HAN: MATKO BBANOH.Xaat |Dally DailyTT ,

"Billy" she went on "sit down there baI L... ., ......................... Palatka................. ...... 84t1p "--wta Vcttibuled Trains Pullman Can,
and put your fingers on the glass as I Scott's Emulsion is the right llSpl I4a AI'................".. .. ".. Han Mateo.,........... ....... ..... .... L,114I' 8I Through Coachea.Dr.wiacr6leepial

do." And she sat down opposite him. < 0. No.ll
"Well Inquired George. up a ...8u .z.Bn640p BxBn70&atv _ Ex811

t "Will some one please ask a question riup .........N.vr" }: yntrne.... ...Ar .............Tltunville.......Ar.Lv TJM: Tksough Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection
combination. First it sets the .. B.) TIHaSBHa ... .. ... Mima. ....,. ..
?" said Mrs. Melville In a solemn 1 I seep .. ,..:::.OrreoiHelen..v' 8 Up p ........* ....Oet__:......:.:.:.. .. 1i 6b14SpAr..OrangeCltyJo. with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
voice. \ ... .. Step 9aea ......,.....Knrrrprliw.. ............. ?last'
stomach it Ak for .
Then Tickets
Nobody volunteered any remark. right. enriches -. 9""'''' .............."'.. ... .. .. .. .. 1IOUKTheea Southern Railway., Correspondence Solicited.H.

she raising her the blood. That r. CARP, Florida Paasoncer J..CIt.OIlVIU..I'LA.'
"Jim. continued Time Table* show the time* a* which train may be ezomtecl to arrive and depart Agent lot West Bay St..
void from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the ttm," stated U not guaraoteed a*w.IdfDWIC1C.GeneraiPass.Aga.
"Eb," strengthens the body and it nor does. the Uompany hold itself reeponnible for any delay or any oouaaqoenoe" arl.Inll 4 llliINt.lTUN.P.o. ,ATLANTAQA.I. : .

"Ask tbe glass a question." begins to grow new flesh. therefrom. M7 1901.Special.
I ."Oh. all right. lie put down his PENINSULAR' AND OCCIDENTAL

paper and sauntered over to the table. A strong body makes rich STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. --

I "What sort of question" he said. blood and rich blood makes a - - ---=",
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\ "Oh. anything Only be quick. BETWEEN MIAfltA.. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ----

: 'Wellr-wblcb horse will win the strong body. Each makes the I av. Havana Wed. and 9ntnrdny.10.
Leave Miami Monday an ': EcTliwe stakes? That do?" other better. This is the I Arrive Key W....t Tues.and tlRtn1' 1a,.. 1 00 pm Arrive Key Weal WeiU., and Mat.*. .. a Hi pm Rates
"'Ven," said George "If the glass can wayScott's ....ae Key Weer Turn, and unilny 7 8i P>n Leave KeyVmt Thu and tin.... .. 4(M pm
Arrive Havana \\nb.. and >lonil.ya 5 W)am Arrive Miami Fridays and Montlaya . a 00 aw
', I tell us that. It's cleverer than most Emulsion puts the thin TO New
" For copy of local tiiua card address any Agent. YORK and all Eastern Points

people. said body on its feet. Now it can J. D. RAHNER, A .t. O.n. P..*.. Agant. ST AUGUSTINE. FLA
"You must keep quiet George,
Mrs Melville wearily "or how can w* get along by itself. No need Ticket now on sale via

Amid a breathless silence the glass c c: j of medicine.

moved Jerkily about tbe tray and Dually -- This Lines
topped at 2. picture represents Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada. Mallorybnh.
t the Trade Mark of Scott's
"There's no horse entered tbat begins
with 2." said George cheerfully 4 Emulation and U on the PRICE' $4.00 and 3.00 EACII. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the TJ. S. i; .
( wrapper of bottle, . .AT.
"But perhaps, demurred Mrs. Mel. every In Use by soma of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.For .
the failure
Tlllc! slightly abashed by 11II' I' Send for free Mmplt- LOYt'1'lt HATES THAN: BY ANY: OTHEIt LIKE Includicga p1eau
"tLU glass doesn't know about racing." Sale br' end .. Departure from ,
"Try, a champagne glass." suggested Jas. Pritchard & Son For 1'111 t'", descriptive! aDd Illustrated matter every, scheduler Thursday. rell rYationa, ticke14eo.

C c;;:..c. "TLey are CSUC':!? to be :found 409 Pearl St. New York. iTTJSVILLK, H.OKIUA. ., 'p?, .

at races." r- SOC and 'I. all druggists I *. W. PTE. Agent 220 W.Bay St.JacksonvilleC

"My good George" sa4! Mr$. tieli SEE THK TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. .H.:MALLORY& Co.;*.B-KATMOND.General Acents., ,hurling Slip,,and Ga.3W Broadway,N.Y.





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:INDIAN'I: J: > RIVER: : :I3CTEI: : ,, [JI"rltl"N for Bade Coast .Jdvocat.e.t 'An InRwnlon Treatment by which Drunk- The Netherby EDEN, On-Indlan-Hlver, FLA.'
.. jI
wards M Beine c.s: Dally Spite J.
A picture of a loving eon of TtwiiiMlvM. No Noxious !....... ,
Who God had called away; One of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements, f
TITUSVILLE, Is now before my tear-dlmed eyes, No Weakening the Nerve. A FlmMtntPcwltlve Hot and cold baths. Sulphur Spring Excellent drinking water.Plenty .
This bleak, cold winter day Cure far the Wquor Habit. of fruit and loe. FI..h.. Oysters and fresh vegetable In abund
FLORIDA. He wears a snd and dreary look It Is now generally known and understood ance. Northern cooking House handsomely furnished with all the
That fills my heart with pain. that drunkenness Is a disease and comforts of a home. Bunts. Trains top at Ruxton Station on the
But comfort have I in Ills word .nut weakness. A body filled with poison, plantation. Pineapple district. Mrs. M. A. CURTIS, Manager./
That we hall meut again. and nerves completely shattered by periodical .
J. G. BAST, Plol'rl.tor.DUCK or constant use of Intoxicating -& \
I sea him la hU childhood days liquors, requires an antidote capable of WEST<: ALM nl ,\.CII. "
With and cheoiful heart
light ,
neutralizing and eradicating this poison,
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a Q I sew him in his days of youth F
and destroying tho craving for Intoxicants -
\Vhon I with him must imrt.
SnfTurera! may now cure themselves
I hum his merry, happy! voice, at homo without publicity or lOlls <;ST PALM BEACH, FLA. ..
t I I nt
r qt I his
BUilling ,
see eye of time from business by this wOIIlerful"nOME
I feel his spirit now with me, GOLD CUKE" which, has beet A first-class, homelike hotel, located on beautiful: Lake Worth opposite"
And know, he did not die. perfected after many years of close study Royal Ponclana. Near railroad station' and places of Interest. Special, feature,
hate: $2.50:; per day. Surrendering unto God's own will and trel&lmt'nto Inebilatos. The faltufu Comfort Courteous attention superior table and service, reasonable rat...u
And answering to Ills call use according) to directions of this wonderful House thoroughly renovated. Under New latnajtemeot. Experienced white I j
waitresses will have charge of the dining room. Hood Fishing, Hunting and
and week. That loving son gave up this life discovery Is positively guaranteed
$10 $12 per And bade pood-bye to all. to cure the most obstinate case, no mat Boating. Hl\tell.2 to ,:J I per day special by the week. For further information
I often feel that he Is near I ter how hard a drinker. Our record. address; The Palms, Went Palm Beady Flu., J. C. Slower, Prop.LIVE .

And bear his gentle voice, show the marvelous transformation ol .. _..
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JACKSONVILLE.: And In my faith in meeting him thousands of drunkards into 101lerlnlulI' OAK.
With glad heart I rejoice.C. trious and men. _
Philadelphia, Pa.Weird Children cure your fathers! This remedy '
Is In no sense a nostrum but Is a spe- Hotel Oakes LIVE OAK, FT.A. .
DUVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. chic for this. disease only and is so skillfully ,

Records of devised and prepared that It is Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial traveler. It;
thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the Is the most liberally conducted hotel of its price In the State. The hotel ban
PSYChlCMTales tattle so that It can bo given in a cup ol loon thoroughly renovated refurnished and
IIn Opposite postoffice.. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Society tea or coffee without the knowledge; of! flrst-clnss. J. RUSSELL: : MOORE, Proprietor_ I
the it. Thousands of
novated. Newly! furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. .. . ofSpecters person taking .-. -
Tell of ,drunkards. have cured themselves with - -- -- - - r ':\\

Rates $2.50 per day and up. New York this priceless remedy, and as many more K13W YORK i' .
have boon cured and made temperate men ,
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. GhostsThe by having the cure administered by lov
ing tends and relatives without their Avc. and 13th street,
records of the Psychical' Research knowledge in coffee or ton, and believe Hotel KollsingtollFifth ItYork.

society do not prove that there today that they dlHCbntinned drinking! cvl New .
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and] Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE that therehave their own free -will. DO NOT WAIT.Do .
are ghosts, but they do show i
FLA. not bo.deluded hy apparent and misleading Select Family and Transient Hotel. European PlPn. r
weird and mysterious
been ninny 'Improvement. Drive out the 1 1nOnOE
.American and<< European plan. Centrally located.. Just built and open- hnppM: "UUMK GOLD C'UKK"; Is sold at the ( C. HOWE f
entUU-ally explained. Proprietor. /;
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. not and Cold Water extremely price of One Dollar, thus ,.i
The society's records furnish a number 'Late of tho St. andothor Florida hotels.
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All placing within reach of everybody a treatment Buckingham, Augustine,
of Interesting ghost stories from more effectual than others costing{
.street ,cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Greater New York. The first specter $23 to (.">0. Full directions accompany

Mrs. A. J. WALKER. Proprietor reported was popularly known as Shcp.pard'8 : each package hpeclal advice by skilledphysicians ] THE HAMILTON 43th Street' bet Broadway and Sixth Aveuuv* I,
/ when requested without extra .
ghost. I NEW.YORK. ..
I charge. Hunt prepaid: to any part of the
Joseph D. Sheppard was a night world! on receipt of $1. Address Dept.C ,
The Windle 10\) East Forsyth Street. vratebmnn who patrolled Third avenue 705 EDWIN; H MILES CO., 2Uao-i2: : () : A :Modern Fh't'proofI'artment Hotel Central and Deulrably '

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. between Thlrty-flfth a.nd Fortieth Market St., 1'hlll"llJlI'hllAll correspondence Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. 1,

streets. In March ISiS, he aroused n strictly confidential. '
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European plan. Dining Cafe; new and flret-class In all appointments.Center sleeping man at Thirty-ninth street r
and first avenue. Soon afterward story mansion stninnnti Clone GE HOE w. IOHl'oi;
of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November 13th; In 187 It was, occupied by David
a heavy body was heard to fall . ..
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Cafe, November 19th. Rooms, one person one day, f 1 and up; by,the with a sickening splash Into the East Decker aud family. The Mlnnos Dock .
er, daughters! of the household occupied -
OfHclal House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
week, $3.50 and up. river. the second story rear room,. Just I Supply "
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. Sheppard wns missing from that very over the kitchen. Tho Deckers had

moment, and Investigation' : led to the been In the house but a .short time The Chicago Not mid Twine Co. ,

ST..AUGUSTINE. belief that he had met with foul piny when the women of the family commenced -
at the hnntli of the wayfarer whose to complain: of "'IIl1.t'r'l1oll'l'IIallil Manufacturers of-

slumbers he had Interrupted. Ills body strange movements" beginning always
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. about midnight and continuing
FLORIDA HOUSE was soon recovered and burled from '
The Old City BytheSea.This his sou's house. until 2 a. in. '
The Mlstte. Decker said Unit the bed 0
well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is Shortly after the funeral the vast side In their room wax. lifted from the floor E
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that became a-flutter with excitement. On bearing them with It, Dud that their
other Beautiful Roads and Beach. for Driving and Bi '
no possesses.
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all the water's edge: near Thlrt -nlnth furniture, rattled furiously about the
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Liberally street hundreds watched a mysterious!' room. David Decker was a practicaland
conducted. Capacity 20.; Summer Rates: $2 to $2.50: per day, $8 to floating flnint This supposed spirit fire conservative man. Superstitionwas '

$12 per week. For further particulars address danced nlmlosbly", about and gilded: just unknown to him. =f-o
F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. that pnrt of the river's surface To satisfy the girls that they were : FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description; 0 "
over merely suffering from u bad case of Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc rn
whore Sheppard'a body was seen to
"nerves." the father Invited Captain Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. p
HOTEL ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA.: .. slnl Whi'ii pursued this spectral flame OeuI'geYoOII and, live other neighbor!) 70-81-8:1:: E. Indiana St. Chicago, III.

ALGONQUIN $T AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA.Sea vanished: Dice breath In the wind. to upend\ the night/ with him In the ...Mention .The Anvoo TIC. In your letter... I .
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Later figure was seen to
a strange haunted chamber
We Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.
View. Open for rooms only. The rooms.are large and airy, with haunt the Thirty-ninth street wharf. The next morning this committee of are

comfortable beds. Rates moderate. ManyIdentified It as the ghost of Shop hitherto skeptical researchers calmly -- - -. - --
MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. pard. The phantom, It was said would reported that they had witnessed "
gesticulate toward those with whom enough to onbHtautlattt the theories of The Nation'sBest
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that 111 fated man had happened to be the frightened !girls. "San Mateo" i
acquainted In life, but Ignored the While the seven men were seated
many who had boon unknown to him i upon the Iron bedstead of tbe chamber Cigar. ii

It always appeared to be arrayed In the It repeatedly. rained almut five Inches

Hotel Colonnades. Clarendon Inn... c'othlng and slouch bat worn by him : from the floor and at Intervals continued It.;%4 fill
on his nightly roii'xls. suspended\ In the air. The Deckerfamily i)
On-The-Rlver. OnTheOcean.Rates These visitations are said to have Immediately left the house JT'loritlfi.

to continued throughout the spring of which remained vacant sumo years. Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored .with I
to 3. 11.00
$17.60 to Rates $2.50: per day
and ,
$3.60 per day up, 1878. und vivid was the resemblance
so ,
---- opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
$33 per week and up. $17.50 per week. A.J. Snoll wanted to attend a party,but price ,,

Cuisine unsurpassed in any hotel in Electric Lights, Furnace Heat; Up-to- In was blrstomach.afraid to do which so on account he feared of would pain FREE BY MAIL TO ANY Boxof /".*. $1.00 .

Florida. date house. grow worse lie says, "I was" telling my > ADDRESS....../ Box of 110./,1.7.' .
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Best of For those desiring the Sea, the Claren- troubles to a lady friend who said i
Service. don Inn has the finest location In Florida. 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DI. s. V7 ::eOV7LE-z, : ; . '
arrhoea Remedy will put you 1 In conditionfor
both houses after the 15th of January. the party; I bought a bottle and SAN MATEO, FLA.
Orchestra at
take pleasure In stating/ that two dosed __ _. - I
Take train to Daytona then 'Bus across the river to the hotels. cured me and enabled me to have a good

POST & GILL, Managers. time at the party. Mr. t I'4nellls a resident
of Summer Hill, N. Y. This remedy In

for sale by all druggists and medicine Nine- HERBINE. I

COCOA. ,t, dealers. de..

...kl.. c......... Tenthsof .

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA, FLORIDA. d In excavating for culvert tbe upper I

end or Intake should be kept as highas / i Pure,Juices from Natural Roots.
Centrally;)located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient. possible In order, to retain all tbe I

Rates: $1JSO per day; special terms by week or month. fall obtainable The lower end should I all the '
/f not be lower than the dltcb Into whichIt I the liver, Stomach and Bowels, :
empties and, the outfall of the ditch '
1 1W
11OCKI/EDOE. should lx such as will thoroughly dralt PeopleSuffer the System, Purifies the Blood .

nil storm water delivered by the rul

vert. CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
...UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... Stomach and t
Impaired Digestion
Cures Itlooil arid Skits Diseases t frpm a w

Hotel Indian River KOCKLEDOE, FLA. itching Hmini ors, Eczema, Diseased Every Bottle Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.I'rioo .
Scrofula I tc.
LAntc'ixel .a..OTT1t.a.,
;' s Liver HO Cent ,
Send no money.-simply write and try .
hotel will be under tbe management of A. L.' Botanic Bh'wlBalm at our espen .. We .
The coming winter this Prepared by JAMES T. BALLARD St. Loul. Mo,
distribute free over 10X*> treatments In I
with the Florida East Coast Hotel Company hlamiltoncountyOhio. The cures made MltifmrtiMfkiwv+ria.fKifMliAi'M 4r }:
Marsh, who baa been connected by Bloat Balm, spread so fast we were _ _ .__ _ __ -- i ii'
for 14 years. Hotel will open on the 4th uf January next. unable to fill vriltr Isle the same every.
where. A trial of Blood Balm Is our best IF YOU WANT A... :
- -- -- -- ------ reference so don't hesitate to write fora
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EAU O ALL IE.Indian free sample.If ; .
you snfferfrom\ ulcer, eczema,scrofula
blood poison .. eating sores, .Building Lot '
EAU OALLIE, FLA. Itching skin pimple., bolts, bone pains, .. /
River Inn Overlooks the Indian Klver.. swelling, rheumatism catarrh, or any
House TUB PHANTOM Of TUB Wft...... blood or skin disease we advise you to 3m
and the take Botanic Wood Halm (U. n. It.). Especially or a Jot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, (.'
Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River, .picturesque Ruis 9.Jftn'rtrJohns : > of the weed shade to Sheppard that recommended for old, obstinate, '.
noted for Black Bass, elc. Open month. Table will be supplied with many who viewed: It grew' to believe deep-iwated cases of malignant blood or ,
day. Special rates by.the week and In that It was really the old watchman skin disease because Botanic Bloat Balm l I'lNEAlTLE PLANTATION or TRUCK (GARDEN
Fish.at all times. Oysters and i Game seat A. bcMILLAV. Proprietor. still 'alive, masquerading; In the darkness ((8.( B II) kills tbe poison In the blood, r H
and that his family bad been cures where all else falls, beats everyylore We' probably bare: for sale Just what you are seeking.
mistaken In Its identification of his ,. makes the blood pure and rich,
OALLIE FLA. /gives the skin the rich glow of health ', Settlers are flocking In but still there U room. If you anY .
EAU corpThe It. It. It., the immt perfect blood' purifier
Hotel Granada haunted house of Granltevllle"was made. Thoroughly tented for 30 ,..ea,.. this .line to ,
On Indian River. the next p"ychlIhenornenon to Costs II per large bottle at drug stores. ,,, looking way, drop '",, ., +
set New' York agog. Tbl edifice standson To Introduce It, samples of Blood Balm : I ''
The Hotel shore located at Eau Gallle unnexcel iboatinghhunting and the l left side of tbe road leading sent free by writing flood Halm Co..At- \\; JAS. E. JNGRAHAM.3'rdVlce.rr..fdent.BLORIDA .

YUle on the west of tbe Indian River, of A ftrat-elaa hom. from Granltevlll Corners Staten Island lanta Oa. Describe trouble and free tnedkcaladvice 1'!>r "' EAST COAST R'T, ,'*gt t 1 r'n
for the DM gONta. .
Launch ,
fishing. Matchless climate. ratell by month or 8eUOD. just above the grounds of Isaac also given. tT' Thls Is aa hoo- .
like hotel. Ratea $2.50 to W.OO per day. Special medicine sent at once, prepaid. w ST. ATJCrUSTINC, FI.A.EAST .
Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Gallle, Fin Van Name. .1-" Is aa ancleut I three eat offer- I _
Open all the year.


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FLORIDA VisItOrS'who can- It- peelaliy-flne. In these sections there are Robbins & Graham Co. S- 31.- :se. .:C cto :a O
quantities of hickory scrub land for sale
.ot call at our stores should write for a -,
which can be purchased at a fair valuation.
catalogue S...:by South Souvenlra.r There are no prettier building sites (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY FOOD
to be found than on these high bluffs aANDDALL PRODUCTS

n na; overlooking: the famous Indian River PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We MAPES FEU n i,i/m'.

At Roseland there are &II.eraltravel/ This ownsLaAN'I We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of >all' ,, KS-
113 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at that have never been damaged by cold company ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your ream

St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau and are pictures of healtbfulness. A s.. K. L. DRADY DRO. TITUSVILLE,station FI.ADealer ."
visit to thesetro.ea Is
/ now an Inspiring -- _
sight. The trees are well loaded wJCi in the Indian River Country; On the St.

.TUB ANHEUSER BUSCH. fruit, which Is now beginning to .put on
,. Ita garb of rich, yellow. In the Roseland Lucle I River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL

I It you have ECZEMA, PIMPLES, CA.. district there are many acres of tine land BIscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
Asso's.Famo In Its state which be IB
Brewing virgin can purchased -
TARRII, DIPHTHERIA, Sore Throat by actual settlers at reasonable rates. Send for Land List.

or "ny BLOOD or SKIN disease, IIAN At Sebastian tho outlook for the orange Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, 'GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
I St.Louis Keg and Hot COOK'S LIQUID SULPHUR is a guaranteed Industry Indeed bright. Here Is loca- i ,
and Tinware. Tour
tlod Bear. cure. ted the famous Hardee grapefruit; and QKO. M. ROB IN8. F. A. MORGAN. I Crockery, Glass Patronage Solicited.
orange grove, and we doubt If there is rraaldent. Actuary. I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.iNDIANnrVER .
Sold by TUesari. F. A. Lesley
For Sale by W.J. CRAYFORD. one In. the State_t1.ctat.uc !a It._ Many .
I R. L. Motlow,Tltu8Yllle.J1a.I Hundred boxes of fruit will -- -'=
go forward Breyard Abstract of Title Co
I 1 Bf Mr R, I,. Motlow Coooa, Fla,. from this grove to reward Ita owner for I ICE FACTORY
BREVARD COUNTY. his patient toll In bringing It Into bear- WILL FURNISHAbstracts

JOSEPH ZAPF ing. There are aev J'alother properties TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Hare Th. O.nuloa Indian :River there, and those that have been oared for of Title
Orange Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
are In aflnurlshingoonditinn. There are attenHo.
Sole Agent. Growl In all its Parfaction. No Orange also hundreds of acres of hickory scrub -FOK LANDS IN- paid sacking for Yachts or for family uae. Fair dealing Is my motto. ..

Grown la the World Kqnala It. lands for sale. So far, If we remember Brevard County.Office T. T. WETMORE Proprietor. ...

610 to 320 West Bay Street From Mr. E.L. Brady of Titusville, we correctly, the cold waves have never under Law Office of
,I learn the following facts In regard to the harmed either fruit or tree there. At
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. early history of the orange Industry In Wabasso, a comparatively new settlement GEO. M. ROBBINS, J. R. WALKER C. II. SWAm

the Indian River country: are some grapefruit trees equal to TITUSVII.H:, FLA. i
I Mr. Brady came to Titusville in 1870 the best In the btate. These are grow.
HEAR i TAYLOR Then there were but two small groves In Ing In the fUt woods, which demonstrate. Dry Goods, ,
all that section; one containing two acres that that particular class of land I I. East Coast Meat MarketG.

on pine land and one acre In the ham well adapted to growing citrus trees sue
..t Artesian Well! mock. About this time lands begun to' cessfully. Besides this, these flat land F. DUREN, Agent. Furniture, ,
be cleared, and In a few years hundreds are especially adapted to the cultivation
of acres were planted, and soon this seo of vegetables and general farm crops, CD :b
It i I 4 CONTRACTORS, lion became famous as an orange grow. such aa rice, corn, cotton and oats. CD rna yo Notions and MillineryNew
I ? lug country. The work of buildlnggroves At Woodley, Toledo and Gifford the -.
Ban Gallie, Fla. extended rapidly southward from Tltus spruce; pine and hickory ridges are well! wPe Goods at close prices.
vllle and large acres of hammock lands adapted to growing oranges and pine -
were cleared and planted at City Point apples. The groves scattered along this s b:>> YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.

md Rookledge/ The old Dummic grove, ridge are- evidence in themselves (indisputable ,::::::
located at.the head of the Indian River| that the lands are adapted to = a.a John R. Walker & Co-
itCrus was originally a wild sour grove. As far rowing this fruit. =
Trees. back as 1&MJ a part of the trees were bud. There Is probably no person in South TITUSVILLE, FLA.Whaler's .
I : ded and the work was completed during Brevard who has accomplished much t'Iam

the civil war. When the Dumrolt grove la the development of the section of ,=::::::a.
came Into bearing, and Its fruit was sent country commencing six miles north of ya t-a=t
into the Northern market. Its superiorly St. Lucie and reaching southward to Ancona FLORIDA.eaX .
was acknowledged by all, and was as IIoo. C..T. MoCarty. Mr. Mo- TITUSVILLE Store.
1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-34 vailetlea known as the Indian River orange. Carty >n the early days selected and put Jewelry

-will be marketed tom our orchards From the beginning of the orange bus- chased a large body of hickory and spruce ;
mess pine land. For the Vast three ton
cud nurseries this season. An excellent Brevard county the Indian River or
fruit has brought a better price than any rears be has been developing these lands,
-chance for prospective orange growers grown In other section of the State. Indeed and now for miles has groves and pineapple Watches Clocks] Jewelry Silverware Etc.
: :-to test fruit and select varieties. the Indian River orange became ao plantations, which are equal to any ,

All prominent aub.troplcallrult trees i iI' popular and the demand so /great that In the State. Many of these groves have .

Roses and ornamental in stock. I unscrupulous dealers from other sections been sold to non-residents, and Mr. Mo SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
of the State branded their fruit, "Indian Carty .retained as oare taker. He has
Catalogue/ free I If River Oranges.,' A part of the time they given the groves and pineapple plantations and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.

fooled the buyer but not the consumer, belonging: non-residents the same jJ3P Mail Orders will receive, *prompt and careful attention
'Glen St. Mary Nurseries as the genuine Indian River fruit wee careful, thorough and scientific attention I.

f I I unmistakable In Its superior flavor and that he has his own, and the result I. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
-- -,. that the "ridge" abounds with valuable
1 G. L. Taber, Prop. The Immense hammocks rapidly) gave properties. Some of the trees are beginning .

GLEN ST. MART FLA. way to the orange, and for :years the In to fruit. From the non-resident -
I dian River country was the most prosperous pineapple plantations quantities of fruit
II I and far famed ID the State. Land was sent forward the past season. There Attention !IGIVJlN
values steadily Increased until fabulous are yet unoccupied lands along/ this bickory Special,
" l prices were paid for virgin forests on -ridge that. are for sale. In the Immediate -".

l whlolr plant groves. vicinity of Fort Pierce the orange LIFE INSURANCE Rates are
1 ((Orange Lemon The devasting freeze which swept over Industry is rapidly picking up, and durIng ''WAS NEVER EASIER' lower than TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
the the last two a number of
State In 1804 1805) damaged a large years groves
I number of these groves severely This have been planted, which; give promise TO CARRY. for years, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,
i was the first back et the Indian River of early maturity. There are still vacant and are about as low as It is possible to
i country had ever known. A large number ands there unexcelled for oranges. get them.
; 'Grapefruit of the growers were not discouraged, White City village lies two miles west Our bo"klels, sent on application, will Harnessand Stoves.
I I but set to work at onoe to rebuild their from White City station, and Is one of give[ much Information about

roves,and to-day the Indian River ooun- the promising places In Brevard county, J:1rO: Xn.sujtrjtxra.oo.Contains C Our Stock is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
: : : : .
Kumquats. try Is again presenting/ the appearance Itdid There have been many orange groves
: before the freeze. planted the past years, and as a rule the tables of ages, rates, terms,
"I Flue, heavy, stock; one and two-year The growers in the vicinity Titusville trees are doing well. The orange and conditions" eta. Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
i old buds and lora- will ship from 0,000 to 10,<>00) boxes this grapefruit trees that have come Into bear- Tne companies represented are solvent, I
, grafts; on sour orange, season, and with favorable weather con. log produce heavy crops of fruit of a good reliable and libeial.O. Postoffi e Box 212
i on aud trlfollata atoc k. A full line of itlons, In the course of a few years wilt quality Indlnor./ The lands' di tiers materially ; ,

I docldlnus fruit trees, oinamentals, etc. be shipping as much fruit as In their from a large portion Qf the lands JS. SOh'1.1yJ.or. I'lt"\LSviJ.J.e.. '- Florida.JOAN. : : .

,I Soud fur new catalogue and prlco list, mOlt prosperous days. New groves atebeing 10 other portions of the county, being a TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
heavy black loam. A number of the sellers Correspondeuce Invited.
full planted and the best care Is being
giving; particulars selecting varieties
be.towed, upon them. Mr. Wm. M Brown are engaging in stock raising which
and l planting, cultivating, etc. will probably-shlp 1,000 boxes of fruit III proving quite profitable, besides furnishing B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

'Ocklawaha Nurseries this season.. There are some fine bodies huge: quantities of fertilizers for Notlc'e for Publication. ,
I'' of land for sale near Tltusvllle. the growing crops. Mr. I>. E. Austin, . DeLand Florida .
O. W. CO VMS 4, Prop At Hhllo and Clifton, at the hud of the genial agent of the laud department rN CIRCUIT COURT IJf AND FOR KBKI .
the Indian River the groves Are lu a of the Fonda East Coast Hallway, will .J I yard County, FUulila.I Courses of Study are equivalent to those of the best American Institution I

TANGERINE I LORI DA. most thrifty condition and the estimated give[ mien informal Ion as may be desired. Edward Baiigh In Chancery Building and: equipment cost more than! t2 i.0,000. $05,000 will\ be added to t this
crop there Is 4,000) ) boxes. These places From North Ankona south to the plant during tl.e : |
coming University includes the following department
j Urn" year.
are coming to the front In producing southern boundary of the county lies thereat Will T. Avar.)
vegtables. '' It by the Kill of axhll Law, College Academy Normal and Practice l Music Art Business.
rI Already Mr. W. S. OrlflUh Is ; pineapple belt of Florida This In- appearing Complaint < School, ,
tail all ending forward considerable: quantities ludes the towns of Ankona Tibbals, I tie complainant that the dornndant William T Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice the count ol/ |
01 beans. Eden' Ruxton, thelntah; and Jensen Avar it a mm.mthlant of the State of Flwlda, Florida without examination.
{ Here for miles the and reildiM,to win In I'urauoiikl, Arkannaa.
railway throughsolid
The groves at Shnrpes and City Point passes : Now you,thesauri William T. A....... be and For catalogue address the president,
Are coming forward rapidly) and will, la fields of pineapples. All through appear before the urine of our Court, in Tltua-
' 'a few years, send forward their full quotaof this section there are visible signs of ville, Florida, upon the J. F., FORBES.
the golden balls, From Mr. Gen. trosperlty. Tim past season was very em DAY OF JANUARY A. D. teen, ,
'II i" Chester, Mr. Wm. Sharpe and Dr. O. W. favorable for the pineapple growers; 110 answer said lilll of complaint, or a docraeiroeonfaMm
good; prices were received and general will! beent.er against )you and
Holmes have
[ we the most fluttering retorts. nuipltktnant. will be allowed to proceed WARREN FITCH.Dealer
ex-part. '
q At these two places considerable prosperity abounds. Through this sec- with his Raid.,au.... .
attention Is being paid to vegetable. row- Ion there are yes some vacant lands It la further ordered, that this notice be pub
In- .
" r The favorite there Is Irish which can.. be purchased. lihwllu the EAST COABT "ADVOcATe a newspaper
log. crop po.
f t w + atoes, Mr. Albert Faber being the largest Little has. been done In this section In four consecutive published lu week auld. .county OBoe a week for HIDES, FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX TALLOW, ETC., ETC

.. 5 grower. Ills early orop lain line conItlon the way of planting"' citrus fruits t until Witness' the Honorable Minor 8.Jonas, judge Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention.P. .
' A within the uf laid court,and the teal of said court, at the
two Several
1 past years. :
,I and gives promise of a large and have been planted and the trees Court House in Tltutvllle, this 19th day of Noarabar. . O. Box 304. . Jacksonville, Florida.
satisfactory yield. The lands there are groves A.Do JOOI.
specially adapted tn growing this crop. are demonstrating that oranges; will do [8aa)).] A. A. STEWART.
Rookledge is fast swinging, Into line well. At Xorlu Ankona, Hon. C. T. Mo- Clerk of the Circuit Court
Carty has several hundred citrus trees In By O. A.otewart, Deputy Clerk.
gain as an orange shipping point. The F. J. \TEBH; Solicitor fur Complainant. SEEDS.:: ::
PLANT GOOD CHEER estimated crop from Rocklodge and City the hammock, near the shore of the In-

In the Hearts of your guests. Regale Point this season Is 20,000 boxes Hon.II. dlao River. Many of these trees have Notice of Master's Sale.UtPDER .
your friends withWINES b. Williams one of the Kockledge pineer been bearing for several years. Others ONION--White and Red Bermuda.
told few have planted, but not largely. We areof -
us a days
the that this of
opinion body high
since that he had never seen orange trees and sale tuned out of the
our stock and they will have ample make a more thrifty growth than during spruce laud will always be demoted to Circuit Court In and for Hrevard County .
reasons to pleasantly remember, their the past season. Whenever there were growing[ the pineapple. Capt. RloharJs. Florida, bearing data 80th day. of September, GENUINE Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strain of Garden Seek
visit. Our of Eden Is the fatter of the 19n1inacan..herein pending. wherein, BaraliK.
defective trees the growers have taken industry, Blllkt., 1i> complainant and Anna K. ilbba Florida Seed Rye and 00 Day Oats Georgia Rye. Texas Oat Barley.
HOLIDAY GOODS them out and replaced with new, healthy having planted the first pines In that sea and Silas 1'.Gibbe are ..raodnnis.I' will veil In
lion. The Increase In bas been front of the Court House, at Tltusvllle, Florida,
have been selected with the greatestcare nos. In some Instances a few groves: acreage 00 the 53T-Send! for Catalogue.L. .
and we have a superb Unit to select were neglected for a few years after the marvelous, and a glance at the palatiallomes FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY,

from. cold. but now, as a rule, the growers are green lawns and pleasant stirroundiags mind the 6th day of January, A. D. lead, dur- CAMERON. The Seed Store,
Our prices cauuot fall to please you.Tbsy making good progress In bringing back tell the Story of a prosperousand log the 1..lfI'1l1ourR of ale, to the highest ant
>e.t bidder for cash all the 123 East Bay Street. FLA
make buying their groves to their original ound tlon. happy people. morticffeu property JACKSONVILLE
easy mentioned laid decree of
foreclosure tu-wlti
, Hampers packed for shipment to distant Merrill's Island," shipped the largest We have hastily gone over the resources Lau I and 1 In block 22 of the town of Me)"
: frieods. number of boxes of fruit last season In of Brevard county, and the reader bourne Florida,a* per pl a' on Ala: In the Clerk'somos
must conclude that as a whole the coun ok ttravard County, Florida.H..tOLD9MTTH.. .
the of the island
history growing on The
ROUT. I. MOTLOW, orange Oldest EnUblisIled Grain,\"d, Saod House In the State.VTJO.
tyilio most condition and
The crop will be about the same prosperous Bpeolal Mauler. In Chanrery.
j TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA. his year as laM. The trees the whole the prospects for the orange Industry Is A.D. PENNEY,Solicitor for Complainant. P V=A
length of the Island have made a most indeed bright.-East Count ,Homeseeker.

! ':EJ:. .o.Artesian. :B.A.VEJSr: I Ii encouraging growth during the past sea- : .. A. Fours: cSz: 00.
eon, and In many Instances planters are CHURCH NOTICES. Florida Magazine

i Well Contractor, putting The grove out new of Col.groves.Travis, at Bonaren- GRAIN, HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,

ture, Is loaded with fruit of the real In- Services: In the Catholic church, next ,
! ..Dealer In.. dlaQ Itlver type. The Mims grove has Its Sunday at 10 MO: a. m. Flour !
Aermotors. Tanks and Pumping old time appearance, not only In size of 3, F, O'llOYLB, Rector. An Illustrated Uterary"1Ionthly. ilKAUMlLLSVT. Grits Meal and Fertilizers

I Machinery. tree!, but In quantity and quality of fruit Services in the 1'resbyterlan Church sP 112 East FLA.Agts. .
DKLAND There are several groves ,In this neighborhood a j-j.-j-s-jf ia y Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA. next Sunday at 7:13
: Preaching
owned by non-residents, who m, Sunday school atO:43a.m.! ; Christian fort urina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant system.WHITE'S .
have Mr. Frank Munson, of Oeorglana
at 3:30 YEAR.
.A FJ.Cr1.d.n lVi nn:. for care-taker, that are In splendid tonitlon p. m.
I and remind forcibly of
one "ye
GREAT DISCOVERY. Saves Two From Death.
len\ times." The groves at Elm Gallle CREAMVERWIIFUCE
Ftlilblt I *! In |ire. ccattnit, ....tor..y of ttio Criminal Court of Dnvt Address : !
I, ttoaniv, Fla., and JaoktonTllla. Via. lmK> ondltlon. South of Melbourne fnr many tel attack of whooping cough and bronchitis \! ORMS
letters ot TaflUiuwiiliiU of the Junta of Coiuuinpttua. miles, lying on the west bank of the In- ," writes Mrs. W. K. HavlUnd, ofrnionk Beto'd QualitY,
Catorrb, Aathnm. at.,., trout some of theMusaprsn.lnrneoltl.ensof dlan River, are many hundred acres of \ N. Y., "but, when all other G. D. ACKERLY, PUBLISHER. rw.w Its.tlegn.ntlry
I AkMit, both' ..".., wanted the'lp""k.j(1tllrlal Unit' it 8'aru.i range land of a superior quality. It Is remedies failed, we saved her life with1)r Far 2G Yean Has Led aa J 1 Worm "Gme less .

.. ,PaotJ! ,., ..,...,t.. AiMnwa, what Is known as hickory scrub, with a King's New' Discovery Our niece Jacksonville, Florida. es OL ZIT .
I t""; WCLU MJl'NO, ,JACKSONVILLE. deep yellow subsoil. who had consumption In an advancestage P"t""d hy" ........ x.x. ;IOJR.'D'C3ItoC3ltoZ-.r Louis
The groves on this class of land at !!, also used this wonderful medicine JAMES F. BALLARD, st.
#It I I -If you want good results, you will alabar[ Valkarla ant Mlcoo, are a (treat and to-day she I I. perfectly well." Dea- Dra3'lug. -
, find the .ADVOCATE an excellent adver source of pride to their owners, and are perate throat and lung diseases yield toDr.
Uatag nteitlum. fast; assuming their old-tljne appearance. King's New Discovery as to no other Draylng or hauling;;; of all kinds prompt.

:r Through this section considerable shipments medicine on earth. Infallible for coughs y,attended to. Meets all trains. Stove THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
;- tJr" Reading notioe ads on this page of oranges will be made this sea- and colds. SOots and $1 bottles !guoran- wood supplied.

, are .... cents per line per week. oo. The Green grove at Mlcco is es teed by Wilson .I; Son. Trial bottles free ALFRED I14 LET, Titusville. I I Primts all kinds of 3oamerclal BIII, K.J *
JtUlonery, Wedding Stationery, Card.,

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