East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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February 21, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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LOCAL :NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO SAM PERKINS Sanford Ie Dyeing., TIIE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUE cslrnMoProperty at ltockl dg< suites and adjoining each! bed chamber ;; i!

Dr. Dodson near Indian River hotel at John R. Walker & Co's., TituavllleMrs. Is a bathroom It In also possible for
d Topics", of General Interest. -Mr. Henry Bradley and bill nephew ,Titusville and look at samples I II. "". Reynolds and daughter: eight thus accommodating rooms to ko thrown a Into large sae I family suite }

of Potomac Md, are still sojourning at Miss Mabel after spending; a week with Located on Indian River one mile from very
of Titus The Italian effective
-Mail Agent J. A. Collins party. cu-rpetsare *
ADVOCATE Indian River hotel Rockledge. Mrs. D. I.. Gaulden, at DeLand returned '>tolHco and hotels. Fifteen acres of
THE ville, paid a visit to Palm Beach on Sat. home |' and the curtains tasteful. Iroabedsteaiisare
$1.50/ per annum In advance. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPIIURcures urday last. Wednesday. land, nearly rive hundred feet riverfront In most of the rooms,'unit tile furniture -

$1,00 six month, .. all blood and skin diseases. For sale by -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris of Tib age; high rocky bank with heavy native Is of a polished cherry, very handsome -
$2.00 per an. to foreign' countries J. B.Screven, druggist Titusvllls, Fla. -Mrs. E. L. Brady has, been at Fort bals, who have boon on a trip to California hammock growth. Twelve acres planted I In d .ign. The annex la heated

subscribe for the ADVO- Pierce this week enjoying; a visit with Colorado and Utah have returnedto l In citrus tree. Including numerous throughout; by steam, tensile some of the i'i .
Vhen you -Miss Gertie Ives loft here, Friday Mrs W. N. Ilendry a former popular varieties of i
grapefruit, tangerines
It does not cost Zanesvlllo, O., for a while. orange\ rooms there are open grates, also. The
ITE by the year you Afternoon last, with the Misses Jennie resident of Mltusville. lemons and limns varying In age rooms throughout hare plenty' of light p

|ee cents per week postage! Included. and Helen Miller, with whom she spent -Mr. B. J. Karle of Jacksonville superintendent -l.aneifc Son the commission mon ol front old bearing; trees to three-year-old and are sky and comfortable. R :(
S'ote date: of expiration] printed upon a few days at Melbourne Commercial 252 Washington street :New York, have buds;guavas and bananas also In beAr-
week. This of the Bradstreet sold out to Alfred K. Knnts and Albert At Itookloelgo, on tile famous, Indian I
fur or wrapper every Ing Artesian' well, with water maim
paper Mrs. R. A. Hardee and, In Titusville
Mr. and Mrs. visitor
Agency was a
No need F take River 21)) miles south of Titusville,
receipt for your money. Jowett. Growers notice and hydrants through the grove. AttrecLivenlne.ruum maybo
a for subscription. R.A. llardue, jr., and child of Sebastian,, last Sunday and Monday.Mr. foundthreo' Una II htela-
us to end receipt after C. T. and wife resldenoe, two cottagespuoklnglioiiMos p
enjoying holt visit Attorney McCarty ,
; a to Titusville
01 Tho IndiAn River nnd the New 1 I I
LdategUesIt I to you. left for Cocoa on Saturday.Mr. : Geo. F" Langenbacher; one prominent residents of Ankonn. were tool-houses, wharf and ,
jTiin: EAST COAST ADVOCATE is onJo our New York subscribers, was a passenger the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins small, boat-hoimo. Property well oared Rocklcnlga, An AVYOVATB: representative 1
the following news-stands at five James Matthews, one of the on last Fliday's southbound train en of Titusville; a few days this week. for and In good condition throughout was a. guest: of Hotel ]IMaxn the first 1 } Y
lits at copy : largest diy goods merchants In Brook- route to his pineapple plantation lit Tlb- Their friends are always pleasedto Satisfactory: reasons for selling. For of the week, and noted that, from Its } a
fritusvllle per -B. R. Wilson d: Son. Ivn, and wife, are welcome guests of the bals. He will probably visit Cuba ere see them In town.A price and further Inr..muulnnI'ply U wide promenades, you seamy obtain a P
I J. B. Screven.JacksonvilleDuval New Kockledgo hotel Kockfudge. returning to New York. "S" care Anvoc Titiisvlllo, "'Is. bountiful, view of the sparkling. waters of
pleasant party at the New Kock Indian River, as well as Meirltts Island.
hotel. Among the callers at this office last -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher of Haiti -----
ledge lintel Rockledge, Is composed of Tbe otlloe and "auditorium Isagrnmlooay
I It News stand,Union depot Saturday, weie the piopiietors two of moio, after a short stay at Uockledge Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mathews, Mr. G. W. AMONG THE HOTELS. apartment, with lofty veilings IIm. ell.
1st. -Hotel Ponce de Leon, the liolcls Mr. L. Marsh left for. other south to enjoy tile
Augustine Kuckledge A. points Mathews. Mrs. J. B. Cox] Mr. JeJ.oICOlf. carpeted floors, and n big old-fashioned aNew
Hotel Alcararicldedge of Hotel Indian River, and Mr. :S. U. fishing.' Mr. Fisher Is lal'Jtelylnlerefoted
: and Englund tiro mid when the
III and Mrs, Alfred Cox bright
: r Where to stop along the East Coast,
Hotel Indian Klver. and be ""Iaoe.
Polnciaoa. Peck, of the Plaza hotel. In property on Indian River very little daughter, Grace of White Plains See list of hotels on 7th page. mornings tus a Iltt their welcome \
Elm Royal his down here
Beach- much enjoys trips
heat Is The Indies parlor
-Mr, and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, of Richmond New York. appreciated. I
M Breakers.
j.i The and The ADVOCATE: la now on file at al which ndJoins, this large apartment Is '
Va Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Coleman -Mrs. M. A. Sprague daughter
iiaral- Hotel Royal Palm. ; -Mr. K. L. Griffith, of Providence R. the best hotels In New York
willaRII } city. small when with the In ,
of Louisville Ky., and Mr. and Mis. II. regular winter visitors to Florida, I,, who recently arrived at Rookleti { compared parlors : I c
-ice ere 11. Bliss of Indianapolis: Indiana( are from New York to Nassau, Bahamas, has been maklng'lIome big; fish catches Where to stop In Tltusvlllep See Ti other hotel, but the management real. I
; i
::r ten centsr among the guesta of Hotel Plaza, on Tuesday March 4th, returning by but as soon a. It gets a little warmer, tusville hotel ad on our 7th page laud, from yearn of experience that ladlesInvariably I !
line on this page. will also visit prefer the general otlloe rotunda -
Hock ledge, for the season. way of Miami. 'They
1\lr..1. G. Bennett,of New York Is goingto All those East Const hotels advertised
when It Is and notwithstanding
clothes. Palm Bench Kockledga and other touYlst bright cheerful
fbtm Perkins Sanford cleans -J. It. Walker & Co. have been busily\ the East Coast. fry to put those ditches of Mr. Grif In the ADVOOATM are said) to bo doing a tho smoke of cigars and,
resorts along
Mr. J. n. Pope of Miami has been engaged this week moving Into his line fith's "In the shade." phenomenal business. this season, and cigarettes. and tills Is the case at all the .

I town a few days this week, new and oozy store. Mr Walker says -Messrs. R. T. MoFadden\ of Daytona, -Miss Daisy Brady one of Tltusvllle's sometimes tourists could not, gain admission Finglerhotels. The dining room, with .
that while Ills store Is not \like the Royal and S. Ellis, of Nebraska, brought: the ladles, left here, Friday to them. On several occasionsthe Its Imposing height pretty .
-llr.: C. A. Robinson' a well known PolncI ma, "tho Uruost on earth" It Is loop.yacht Marie from City Point to last popular, on a young visit to her father Mr. E. L. Indian River hotel, Titusville, had wy damask sparkling' glassware Rod!

neap pie grower of Eden was In town one of the biggest along the East Coastof Titusville last Saturday and have put Brady, a prominent merchant of this every room In the house occupied. Tourists glittering silver Is a grand apartment '

erdsy. Floiida. her on Nelson's ways to be overhauled place and Miami. We understand her who are coming to Florida, and those from the windows of which can be obtained (

1-There are launches and sailboats ad. -Rev. J. A. preached at Rock. and painted. This boats belongs to the visit has been quite a pleasant one at who are In the State should carefully .a lovely I view of the magnificent p p
Irtlsed for sale In the pink paper and Hughes lost Adorns estate, at ludlanola. We ao- Dade's county town. read the hotel ads. on our 4th, Oth and waterways, with the gleaming sailsof In +
ledge Sunday: to a big
Iff la your ti me to get something cheap. know led a pleasant call from the above 7th pages. numerable yacht In the distance, while
many of whom referred in high Mr L. ( of New York who
F. I'ettee
named gentlemen I
Notwithstanding reports to the contrary the cuisine Is thoroughly keeping with
I-Mr. J. II. LeTourneau a prominent terms to his sound, practical sermons. sometime purchased all the Wilkinson
BueapplH grower of Eden has been in One lady at the New Itookledge hotel -Mr. and Mrs. R. Taynbor and their cottages ago. at Kookledge made considerable every hotel at Palm Bench Is not I the other attractions. The sleeping

Inn a day or so this week attending to told us she had not heard so good a sermon niece Miss Wood of Now, York, are pop. Improvements on the propertyIn "packed to suffocation,'' as a party remarked rooms are large airy apartments hand-

me law business. In a long while and hoped that Mr. ular guests of Hotel Plaza, Rockledge.Mr. addition to making a line cement sidewalk on the train. Tlie Royal Poln- I comely furnished, with electric bell, and
Hughes would continue to preach at Tayntor'k brother, !Mr. C. K. Tayntor clans and the Breakers have rooms to supplied with avery convenience. Quitea
and W. H. lie Is now going to have a good I
-Prof. J. M. Laflin Mr. Rockledge. of New York arrived tho first of the spare-and Mr. Sidney Maildook, the proprietor number of those rooms are en suite
have returned to town from a de- solid road In front of his place has furnished with baths
pea week when they chartered a yacht for a of the"Palm Ileacb hotel a and porcelain-lined
bhtful cruise down Indian River on the County School Supt. R. E. MIms and few days' cruise down Indian Itiver. Mr. -Rev. J. A. Hughes, pastor of the Tl Few rooms-baths attached-which are and steam heat. Mr. H. II. I'eck who*

use.boat Rose Marie. Dr. J. M. Dixon] chairman of the cbool 0. E. Tayntor is said to ba one of the tusvllle Presbyterian church and Rock- waiting for guests.; Mr. MRl ook'" hotel also proprietor of the Arlington Petos-

I-Mr. J. McDonald, the famous Board, who had been attending the finest shots In the United States and his ledge chapel ball tendered' his resignation / Is well equipped, cuisine excellent key, Mich,, !is a genial clever gentleman

atractor, of Palm Beach and Miami meeting of County /School Superintend record at duck shooting will, no doubt, to take effect on April 1st. Mr. and Is one of the bent located hotels at whose ability as a manager Is well known W

as in St. Augustine the first of the ents at Green Cove Springs returned be good. Hughes' plans are somewhat undecided Palm Bench directly facing tbe lake among hems winter visitors\ ) Florida,
here the end of last week, saying they leave the whore boon connected with resort
kek from of but be will probably, ministry .
receiving hearty greetings! ,the
-Among very popular 1'he.Everett house, Saratoga Springs,
had had time. The
a delightful and In business In the North. hotels for ft number of years
Js numerous friends I the New Uockledge hotel Uockledge, engage ,N. Y., on June 1st. 1102* under '

J-Mrs.Oeo.M. Bobbins entertained the I -This has been one of the most lively are Mrs. P. It. McLaughlin of Brooklyn, -Col. and :Mrs Geo. A. Cantlne valued more favorable and\ attractive clroum- grounds ornamented around with the 1 laate flowers are beautifully, among I I

lidien' Guild of St. Gabriel's Episcopal seasons Titusvllla has had In a long Miss Bennett, of New York and Mr. ADVOCATE: subscribers, ami prominent I. stances than It has for years. The bouse which pretty walk bordered with
lurch Titusville with a. Valentine I while; and between the many traveling and Miss Simmons, of Detroit. They rpHldeitsof: Newburgh X. Y., are bas been re modelled I and re-furnished are charming .
of trees Induced '
Vty. last Friday afternoon when every.a shows, the dances, card parties lodge : have n host of friends on Indian River, vnjnylnic the hosiiltaljtlrs'\ of the New hroiiRhoii1', and call furnish. Us /guests grass with ,the golden a ,grove Peck ,
hat time. meetings, birthday parties, etc., In town : who always gladly: welcome them toItocklelge llociclvtlge hotel Itnckledxe. Col." fun-! with every modern convenience and Ins Proprietor
a pleasant and his wife entertainers
ohnrmlng are royal
and the njmerous invlta lone we receive ., Mm. McLauithllri's: only regret tine Is H 'ell.known politician) and A ury. The house will be under the management *
-Mrs.Tho. Barbour has sold to her to attend social events[ up and down theE Is thAt business precludes her hits great friend of Gov. Odell of New York of Nr,1'. M.[ Siuiiez, as. U has and their guests are .urrounded

other her cottage; noar Gov W. H. ,tst Coast the ADVOCATE reporters are I band coming S.outh-beooe she gets very I >eeu for the past :lllye"() .... Mr. Ham UK'S with' pleasant social atmosphere that i
IOllllou'. Eau and It Is called the this winter Judge R. H. Lalmbeer; jr., and wife furnishes thorn with Innumerable rem-
at Gallle, ueilainly kept on move homesick ai titue son, II. II. Haurez, l Is chief clerk at the \
BarT and Mrs. Lnlmboei's' mother of New nlscenooM of an exceedingly pleasant 1 t I
|eion Villa. Walden Grove-Mrs. Fla."
>ur's recent purchase-is being placed -Mrs. M. S" Jones jr.. and baby left -Mr. George F. Lnfbery'a handsome York are again at the Indian Klver New Kotklotlgi' Kockledgo, churaoter And l this Is one of the reasons .

splendid shape by the gardner, Thorn. here Wednesday for Woodley much to boat, the Marie was up from Ills placeon : Kockledga. much to the pleanure of The New Itoclclodgo hotel Kockledgo why Hotel Plaza has been so popu-
I Sum tor, who Is tlimming out all theM the regret of her many friends" Her husband the peninsula\ Thursday On .board their many friends. The Judge says' he I" making a record of willed Its energetic sr this season. 'I II

<1 wood on trees clearing the ground packed up all the household effects were Mr. and Mrs. Luftiery, their charming will not be able to stay, here very long ropiletor, DI r. Horace 1 K. Shares may I

jioroiighly, and planting rose bushes. last week and hied himself off to Wood. daughter Miss MarU, and their son. ibis ae""oo. on he must return. to busl- well feel proud. That this young hotel Hotel Interest for Hnle.
ley to get everything In readiness. Mr. A party from the Port Orange Hotel was nose In New Yolk hut Mrs. Lalmbeer men honestly deserves the success that "
j-'l'he stereopticon exhibition of mov Jones ball purchased the interest In Mr. also with them. To the Uazette-News and her mother expect to remain sometime I. being showered upon Mm makes It an One-half Intere-&J;& ;; .* neat 40-room s

pictures comprising an assortment E. C. Walkers general merchandise business representative Mr. Lufbery stated that longer. easy matter for the ADVOOATK to "rend- lotul. All year round business A }
i several humorous scenes views of theinAmerican and we wish him every success in he thought Daytona Improving; everyday der unto Closer the things which are bargain, Reasons for soiling. Address ) P1

, Exposition, the late Pres- his new venture. and had a very bright future beforeIt. -A New York dry goods merchant hall toner's..." Season after season has witnessed E. Hotel ADVOCATE Office,
ant McKinley delivering his last speechones Mr. Lufbery Is a manufacturer of I elated his experience as a newspaper ad. an Increase In the patronage of
at the funeral In Washington and Postmaster N" II. Fogg of Sanford chemicals a very large scale at Chauny, vertiser and among the pieces of advice his axeeI leetI1-knPt and popular hostel- Titusvllla, Via, tt
Mo. who has been on a cruise As far an which be to others Is. thin "It is ..
gives :
anton, Oj; Queen Victoria's funeral pro- France. He Is now erecting a laboratoryn ry. Mr. JShnies U conscientious In his
'salon Vardls etc. Miami on (board the auxIIlIM..ylauoch.tbe the to determine what the a I mistake to advertise only at Intervals. Hniull Hotel for Hule.-
a scene from Quo and peninsular otTaris to glv his patrons a brimming i
I is Riven house Titusville Nemo with Com. E. M. Uoodall be used for. lie states The man who floes' this loses the ciininMtlve -
at the Opera palmetto can nil and the consequence Is
pi Monday evening to a crowded bouse. party, returned to Tit ulIVl 118 on Monday that If he Is successful In his experiments benefit of publicity. Ills business, hat measure they return again. and, aualn. and At Eden" on Indian KlverThe Netli- I
and left for home next day. They took is not kept constantly before thAubllo. erby. Also a tine Tangerine
t was: repeated ou Tuesday evening with the palmetto will become one of name leave with the greatest reluctance. The orange .
the sea tilp from Jupiter to Miami as > IIi In virtually M new Advertiser grove: In touring, and thirteen acres of
Blferent scenes. Including battle scenes Florida's. valuable resoercos.- -Da1ton8Gazette's" deuce given at this lintel on Hntiirdnynl :,
Africa between the British and Boers.BE 'the canal between Jupiter and Lake : ew.. every Urn>!. It Is profitable to cultivate largely attended, and the linooicliestradlsooursrd.some the finest land. Time Natlierby I. a fully "
Worth was closed ; but Mr.. Fogg says among the people the habit of looking excellent and well furnished fifteen room house.
. REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES : ,the ocean trip was so rough' that he does every week for your announcement. very Veil patroulzud'ss a boardloif house or
tier's music which much enjoyed by the
I at John K. Walker & Co's., Titusville.! not care to try It again In so small a boat .(lard Fly era. esMoioes (la) Leader and those represented tnsuy.ourlsts TI- mall hotel. Terms easy. Address

: as the Nemo. Bath towels, 20..)0 Inches worth -Dr. II. C. Wendel, one of* our Clnelnnail usvllleand Kockledge, Tim It Nicriiiciinr: ,

Launch tor bale at a Bargain. TilE REMOVAL SXLE CONTINUES 20 cents, 2 for, ,.,. ,29 cents. subscribers, who had been a guestof Proprietor Arthur J.. )Marsh is now .t -----Eden, ris I t

I at John R Walker: Co's., Tltuaville. $1.00 and .1.2; Kid Gloves, .1)5) cents the Koyal' I'ulm hotel, Miami, for sev the winter. of
For sale, 2V/oot/ launch, canopy top; Big lot A I' cent Toilet Soap good oral) weeks, has returned home. Us went mtllv' welcoming patrons Protect Your Fruit Tree. 4
Hotel This
the Indian< River Kockledga.
built boat and In good running- soap 0 cakes for ,2t> cents. to Miami on accounted. his health which" .
r, at a bargain. Address Horse for Sale. palatial hotel Is more attractive this sea.son 700 McFarland Fruit Protection Co. 't ,
his In the
Any day next week. Y. M. li. I. Y. W. I. Improve rapidly during stay and '
LOCK Box: A Jensen Fla. than It has been for many years, tents, all sixes at cent off regu-'
C. A. UAUDNBK, Titusville Kla. metropolis of Dude. While there Dr. oJer t'
saddle and driving the guests who go there caisson after sew : '
Young, gentle, Wendell purchased eighty: acres of land tar prices; ,; made by
Poets horse. Medium size. on sre charmed with the many Improvements well-known MoFarland of waterproofing -
for Sale. Lemon City through Mr. E. A. process
W. K. Ii tnvaa.: Yacht form Sale or Cliarter. near ; while those who look upon Ic for sal( mlldewprooflngt$ hoops,
Waddell of Miami, and he will soon
Jensen Kla. the first time will be much pleased st thegeneral
five hundred lightwood posts for sale, tf The yawl Princess, 38 ft. over all, 12 ft. It planted In orange and other trees. ')'heDoctor'lI of everything. There takes and' lamp furnished with each 9
I appearance
tent all to erect. The only abso-
ready" ; ,
will be
"-up. For particulars write or callWADa many East Coast friends. ,
beam, 4 staterooms, dining room, toilet are new carpets; more new furniture and
Iun II. JOSIES!! Kent Furnished. to HUB him down here again at lute protection to an orange tree sgulnsta
: Sale or pleased
Fla. For etc., for charter or sale. Everything In distant date. snore electric lights. Then there Is the free/a. No more to .be \bad at thesarlce r *4
Titusville flnr.-elusllhape. Apply to no of launches sail and boats all
desirable. lust row > .. Address, ,
An eight room house, In a J. A. GiMitirr, ADDITIONAL LOCALS on 8th page. of which have undergone a complete WM. M. BIUSWN' TltulYllje. Flo
Engine For Sale, Cheap. location on Kldgowood Ave, Daytona. 2m Eau fjallle Fla. overhauling and are now In line trim for

Address, ,+ the winter cruise Even Commodore C.
A larstfi; size| Rider-Errlcson bot-alr en- L. M. MumiAY, Box 132, Seed Wanted. Empty Sugar ami hits Harrel W. Hughlatt, who has charge! of the fleet Properties on Indian lllver '

08 for sale. New, never used Will tf Daytona Fla. Address and carries his) pennant at the mast-head For Bale. "

1 II 'heap, for cash. Cost $000, without Rough lemon and seedling grapefruit For sale. WALTER, : A. Moons, of the Orvlllfl, has overhauled and varn- : l (

olght 'Charges. Launch and Engine: For Sale.. seed wanted. Address, \ 8 George St., (;Charleston\ S. C. I.hod up his stock until they look like AT LA OKANft r 1 n
ARTHUR L. MARSH, C. B. JIt.rr.R80l'l'' new articles. Mr. James U. Gray still 37 acres formerly occupied by Julia A. 11
Kockledge fla. 21ft. Launch perfect order.. Also a lobe Hound, Fla. bolds the position of chief clerk; while ;<>leman. \

:2 h. p. Pierce engine for sale; half price. Itockle<1g Indian River, ilr. eh... T. Sherwood Is the competent 21: acres formerly occupied by Jacob Cv

Uockledgo 1'liarrnacy. Agent for the Gray Marine and stationary house for Hale. cashier. N. Fenster.

' Engines./ Has one of the most attractive and best The annex of the Tuvl hotel. Jacksonville AT TITCSYI.t.5.Property .

lbt. popular and: well-known pharma- W. P. UXDKBWOOD Roseiand, Fla. A |JWK> 7-roomed bonie, with servants locked stores along: the East Coast of baa been completed anti Is now i formerly occupied by Andrew L

uan put |Q an Dp-t-d"te stock ofrl1l111 quarters, most beautifully situatedon Florida. You can /find everything you filled with guests, much to the pleasure Gibson 3 -
toilet articles stationery, cigars, Old Bone Wanted. the terraced bank of the Indian Klver.i need at this .tore. All kinds of fine groceries of Manager B. W, Hperry. The Duvsl I AT SIIAHPt

'!" and lla especially equipped and fit- Large i : /grounds. $1,200. Apply or address and western meats. has been tilled during the summer and 12 acres formerly occupied by Columbus -

,''I fur the tourist trade of Bockledge, Wanted, any part of one hundred tons "VILLA," ADVOCAte Office.Tituaville Particular attention paid to the needs winter, and Chief Clerk Henry O'Neal, A. Wllllard. 1
hors are cordially. Invited to call, and for fertilizer purposes. State Fla. of yachtsmen and cruising parties always gracious and obliging! has almost AT COCOA. r
*3 If* assured of courteous treatment. old bones quantity and location GKO. N. HATCH, Prop. dally been forced to turn away 1 40-100 acres formerly occupied by i } '

price, ", J' Y It A Fine Home For Sale.A people from the doors because they could Frank M. Fowler.

Launch For Sale. 24jn6t Care ADVOCATB, Titusville.I Cottage for Sale. Kit be provided for. The annex so elo e- 1 fl-100( acres formerly occupied by' '" ,
model southern home la Sooth end Iy adjoins the original hotel structure, George J. liaroUr. f-

The launch Nlkko built\ la New York Land For Sale of Brevsrd ,on the Indian River For sale at any reasonable price a nice hat one would< hardly notice where the Let formerly occupied by Fletcher ]I:.
ree years. ago./ Is 3J: feet long by 8 ( <
et warn. Permanent top. Is finished ; -cash. 31 acres of 9-room dwellingandout-b"lIdIDg.. Tea Melbourne, Fla. About 2 oakand mahogany. Leather cushions At a low price for location for a club acres In trailing pineapples; 4u orange Indian River; on high: bluff;. corner lot. bath. rooms. The rooms and halls of the formerly occupied by' John

'ubl) r matting on floor and decks, land{ and house. Fine front en lagoon. lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most Planted la fruit and shade trees aud lawn annex have been all carpeted and the V. and A. D. Baird !, /

'tnsilver' mounted trimmings. Has. aattero Ki.nffi.n7.nd huotJog. Situated all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards rras>. Special reasons for wanting to furniture Installed. Entrance to the an- Including Improvements and buildingson
Will be sold t 10 I tex Is from the two halls of the main all tbe properties. Address
power Daimler motor of new w and flower garden. aargaln. tell. Apply I II .
.t ply
and will make 8 miles an bonr. at Uaulover Canal. r'LANNERr. > For fop! particulars address sC. I E. f. BnAdt hotel l I. where opening have been out HAKRT FISHER, '
"!'perfect order. Call on or J. J. ."' I 'Melbourne, Fla. tbrou b. In the annex the rooms are so Merchants National flank budding, }
f free s T. .A. SYIDSE. A: Jones Box TltusTllle.] 91, DaytonOr Care ADTOCATC, TltusvllU. Fla. Or J. II. ]BAKEH Jensen, Fla. -it arranged that they can be thrown Into Baltimore U to Morgan
Iloba Sound Fla.
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by ",fIDIt. "Forward to rekingl" Paring ton In California aDd, with Tierrj In Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
the Watch be wounded three' GRAVEL
way Mexico, as well as wish the armies: of and Don't Know it. ASPHALT ROOFINGGUARANTEED
retained his to
rEppaj times, yet .be command Boott. Taylor and R 1Irt b. Every encounter
iaAR the end and It transpired that. In spiffof How To Find Out.
,f t.J>d ael9TF the belief that the Chinamen on the Pnclflc coast tbe cap Fill a bottle or common glass with your

wouldn't fight the column had fought ture of aloolpr(-y.. San Francisco and water and let It stand twenty-four hours: a FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 28 YEARS.
tlazntlnn. the lighting nt Los Angeles
Its way toward Peking, then turned sediment or settling
San Diego. San Gabriel Sun Jose and Indicates anunhealthy
and cut Its way back to Tientsin meet WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
Giinymns had its hero of the marine condition >
log well armed. Chinese soldiers at evcry
r corps brought. from the ships In the of the kid-
4a'faaNesl'j'r point. barbor. neys; It It stains

Meanwhile another force of marines In Mexico battalion followed the S your linen It is
one The Carder
h I was struggling forward from tbe coast evidence of kid- -Campbell CompanjShack
e 4. fortunes) of the army from Vera Crua:
to reach Tientsin and re-enforce the ney trouble: too
,r to the City of Mexico. At tbe storming
slender column of foreign troops there. frequent desire to
After the fall of the Taku forts the of Cbnpultepee the! volunteer!' -party pass It or pain In

lht Chinese regulars and rebels all com assigned to scale the wnlls of the ens-, the back is also No. J, Foot of Main Slreet JACKSONVILLE, FLA. |

tie wits led by l Major Twigga of tile convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
blued and tore up the railroad between
marine bntullon. and the pioneer baud der are out of order. -Southern Selling Agents for-
I Toku nnd Tientsin. There was no way .
which led off with ladders and axes What to Do.
t i or getting word l to or from Seymouror bad for. Its leader Captain John G. There Is comfort in the knowledge so I WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAY
of learning. the true *tnt<> of affairsnt Reynolds of the umrlaes. IIIaJorTwljl'i' often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-

J ait tie lfgatlcus: or In Tientsin. On the wa killed In the first rush. Roof the great kidney remedy fulfills every ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint
1 2Kb( of June 400 [{ufudann. accompanied wish In curing rheumatism pain in the

i 1 by ISO American marines from In. 1S(30.( very noon after tile treaty back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part =- Works Structural and Technical Paints.DERONDE'S .

the ships at Taku commanded by Mn- with New Granada (Colombia), the marines of the'urinary passage. It corrects Inability

ll Jor Waller, started down tbe road to. lauded at Panama to protect the to hold water and scalding pain In passing "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT.

ward Tientsin. On the 21st lWnlier'sdetachment railroad. Several times since they have It. or bad effects following use of liquor

acted In the emergency being alwaysat swims or beer and overcomes that unpleasant
led Into by
>OT7Il BttAVE 3IAJili\ES was hand tbe of necessity of being compelled to often
on ships war lying near go
the Chinese national troops and elevenof '. the and HAW1TE E :
the Isthmus.At during day to get up many times ; .
the marines were shot down. After during the night The mild and the extraordinary '
.HEROIC WORK BY UNCLE SAM'S the first Bull Run Major J. O.
ward this detachment fought gallantlyIn effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
SOLDIERS OF THE SEA. the recairture of Tientsin and again Reynolds led a battalion of 830 marines. realized. It stands the highest for I Us won-

a' They served In Porter's brigade derful cures of the most Wholesale
lorr.i."i'- ? Its defense from the Chinese distressing cases.If .
I la support of tbe guns of Griffin's bat need medicine Bottlers of J, Lemp
'hA: Glorious Iteooril as Mlnntemennd after the return of Seymour's baffled you a you should have the Wm.

l FlKhlere.. of the Line Uatlnic cola nn., best. Sold by druggists InSOc. andl. sizes. Brewing Company's St.. ;
You may have a sample bottle of this
} ,''j Buck to 17T (-At the Front In Every Tbe Boxer uprising WAS not the first ..' Whiskey

'. W.r From 1"12 to IOOW.ICopjTl occasion. of tbe American marines be- and wonderful a book that discovery tell. 0'" _. Louis Beer. keg'Trade

&,bt. 100!!. by O. L. Kilmer. lug In evidence In tbe tar- enlt. During tifl, more about It, both sent f *IS4'.' : .1ill.. Our Specialty...
.1894-05! House.
the war of between China and free "
f absolutely by mall
OJUE honor
I .
Japan the marines landed In Seoul .
address Dr. Kilmer & 11'.....IOf swamp-Snot.
should go tu Port Arthur Newchwnng and Pekingto Co., Binghamton N.Y. When writing men

the tighter who protect the lives. and property of for tion reading this generous offer In this paper. 1246 to Li2OO "Wost; .A.daxn.s S tx; >oo4

I 1 draws first eigners. Tbe onerous and often dangerous S
J : N''V.xLLE :
blood n I well ,
,j duty of protecting American Interests ,

1 as to the lucky and keeping order In troublous

ry ones home who car the marines times abroad because naturally they are falls the trained to the PIMPLESNyrywir.badpimples .........................

trophies of bat soldiers of tbe sea. Unlike the sailors .

1 Uti. It la notli- marines are carefully trained to the use on herfae.butshe $3.20 efdw ..N.T.hrnpFMsH* P.O.or .

lag new for of rides' and also of cannon before they has bean caking/ CASCAKKTS and tbey : For CiUttUstB will Mw tbe United have all dIRafl1'>"ared. I bad been troubled
go aboard ship. They are organizedInto with conntlpatlDa for some lime but after talc-
4 ir (States marines companies or battalions and constitute Inn the ant Caocaret I bars bad no trouble 0 OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD

to be the pioneers a fighting unit the same as a wltb of (tbls'..011'.1.0.ailment.", We FRBD cannot WAHTHAH.speak too highly .

In every body of Infantry or cavalry. On ship 6'101I Germantown Ave., Philadelphia Pa. : Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

affair of arms although it may seem board aside froue+fighting when the

C 080 at first blush. time comes, they act as sentinels over CANDY

Their renditions In going( ashore on the the magazines, -storerooms, gangways II I Ihk CATHARTIC Vft ship In Plain Package, no mark to Indicate contents, which will
v avoid all comment. Whoa yon rot it and test it, if it Is not.
fq 'Isthmus of Panama during the recent return
and galleys enforce the ship's regulations A) it at our eICp..a.: .. and your$ .20 will be nd e'l.key is
trouble was In keeping with post records'and and guard prisoners of war and as good as any .OIIl1Cooda In the market We are closerefu band and can give

i the very distant past loses when In act guards of the deck.. e this quicker and delivery than distant houses We have. been doingboeinmui In
port as city at the same stand for 20 retire,. and as to our responsibility
a + nothing In comparison with feats of In action they take stations In the top 1\\\\W\ yeas. MARC sNaarrse and reputation for houest dealing we refer yon to any bank or merchant here
valor In Cuba the road to Tientsin or to the editor of this paper.
or on or at the rapid fire guns. It a ship'sparty

4 and Peking. The United States Is railed away for any extra hnzardous LIEUTENANT COLONEL B. W.. HTOrnNOTON.: SOLOMON & LEVI

t 4 marines were on deck., in all the great duty as the cutting of a cableat U. S. H O. fleassnt. Palatable, fntenl. Taste 0_. Do I928-I93O First Ave.. P. o. Box 33, Birmingham Ala.
[Commander of the marines at Ouanta* Good. never Bloksn. W enk.n. ,
sea battles of the war of 1812; they of Orlpa. lOo. SM.ftOo.
t' Clenfuegos during the Spanish war narao. Cuba June Ural, WOTICIB-We pay sipniiM chnnrm to all points reached by the "Bon'thorn Exprme
(were In the Indian And Mexican wars ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Company," but to points on lines of other expraos companies we prepay only to points
tbe well drilled marines are first to go. ....... .._ .. where SOlltb..n Express Company transfers to SHld osier Ve
tery and lost forty-three men and officers. aady ;.CklM. .Molpral.Sm_ its company. canoe ship
at tbe drat Bull Run and In the storming
CJ.o.U. Price flat for other l.
I* The marine corps Is the oldest military 1l00< on application.When writing please mention Ibis paper'IB
of Fort Sumter and Fort Fisher establishment In the country. It In every sea fight of consequence, 10.TI-BIC Bold' t'L\nermt..d br all 'druil- e Ii) ac
front tbe Moultor-Merrlmne battle pats ICE'Ibbaoea Unblu.

l ''Wherever tbe marines ships went could along to carry back the It up.flag congress was founded at a In time 1775 when by the It was continental doubt. down to the sinking of the cruiser Ala. ........................ .

vt Even the, bero of the !Maine Private lees supposed that the fighting wouldbe bama the marines won honors and also -
in the attacks land fortifica .

William Anthony who went below and mahly) on the sea. Paul Jones bad upon =:: : ..s.: :: :IL.:t:
calmly Informed Captain Slgsbee of marines with him on the.Ranger and tions. Tbe Bret shot from tbe Merrl-,. "CT 3ML cSc C O .f

j'' tbe marine. Tbe mac wiped out nine marines on board 8. LANO OFFICE.H. .
catastrophe was a the Bonhotume Richard. Marines a I si alT ale W. Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE *. FLA.
't marine battalion which bad the first the Cumberland. Under Farragtit at B. rhiibl.. .... .............>.........Rej>:llIter.
fought the Turk In Tripoli helped work W.a.n..blnllOn... .R oelr. ..r.unices .
Port Hudson a gun' crew of marines
I fight wilt the Spaniards on land at the guns of the Constitution In her bat. at Gslneavllle. ,Florida.

i I Guantanamo bay win organized for tie wIth the Guerrlere. fought and died on board the Richmond waa swept IT.8. 8KNATOH9.J.F.Tnllnferro .

If tbe war. It went to Cuba In the steanl- by tile side of'the brave Lawrence In away by a single shot. .The first shot ................... ....Jacesonvllle. 4 4'

er Panther ahead of Sim Tier's corps the Chesapeake, stood wltb Perry on from the Kearsarge at tbe Alabamawas 8. K. Mallory" ................... ......,1'ensaoola. Fut+l. FULL

and was first to tight on foreign soil Lake Erie and under Cbauncey and fired by II rifle gun on the forecastle U. 8. CONQItESSMEN.:

under the stars and stripes.! Tbe day manned by marines. Thi* same year. Robert W. Davis,................ .. ....Palatka.S. .
drove the British
'4 of reaching Santiago June 10. was from Mncdonoutfli Lake Cb mploln. Old Readogs flag like 1804 nt tbe other end of the world the M. Bparkmao. ................. .........T..mpa.FLORIDA. EXPRESS t EXPRES

marines on board tbe United States LEGISLATURE.E. .
also the day of the landing on Cuban
K.J Stewart Fnrragut. Wilke., Porter and steamer Wyoming fought the Japaneseat .N. Dlmlck Palm Beech. ....... .... ...Senstor PREPAID PREPAID
oil of the 000
of the battalion
ill'' men Perry spoke In praise of the marines... K.U. luuletson. Fore fierce...Repivsentative.
under the lend of Lieutenant Colonel SIm.oD .ekf nrrogut': bad 800 marines -
Scott had marines In his army In nis u fleet EXECUTIVE___ n. _DEPARTMENT.__ '_'u_ .
R. W. Iluntlngton. On the first day Canada and at Blmlensburg the ma in Mississippi and on Wm. Jennings( .. ,.?...... .. .. .. ....GoretnorJnu. .
tbe camp 'was pltf'bel1and supplies got Commodore the Carolina coast marines fought on L. Crawford..Secretary of State,

4 ashore, but the day following the nines, under Barney the water and on land in every battle. James Whltttflil,.. ..'......... ....Treainrer. ,
fought the British until there was Win. It Lamar..... .. ....... ..AttnrneS.leaeral.
2j Spaniards, attacked In superior force. scarcely an unwounded man In the! Over fifty marines fell at the stormingof W.N. 8h.."" ........Siipf. Public Inatruotlon.B. :6QtS
A''] For three days there was constant Fort Fisher.; GxonoB: L. KILMER. E. MoLln........ .,CommisaiuuerAgriculture.' ; :
a ranks. And even Jackson's famous line AlntJ"C. Cronm....... ......t.... Comptroller.
battle for the marines' wanted to bold behind the cotton bales Included marines J.Clifford R. Foster,.... .. ...Aitjiitant-General, .
.11 tbe bay until the coming of the Ton cnn help anyone whom you find John Hradford., .. .... ........8urv..5<.irener l. s
navy fighting wltb muskets. suffering from Inflamed throat laryngeal R. E.Roes............. ......... .State Chemist. ID02DELIVERCO
and the Spaniards wanted to drive the During the long Interval of pence between trouble, bronchitis, coughs, colds etc., Offices at Tallahassee, Florida. e .ww

i Americans out The record of the battalion 1813 and the Florida war of by advising the use of Bollard's horehound SUPREME COURT. JUDGES t FOI

t 4 at Guantanamo Is one to bo 183d the marines.were the chief active I Syrup, the great remedy for colds M.II. Mibry.............. .... ....Chief Justice tS
proud of. 1t was attacked on tbe 12th and coughs. Price 2." and 60 cents. B. F. B.rarter_......... ...' ....AisoolaM Justice.
army In the service of Uncle Sam. It.'.Taylor................... .. u 1
of June the second time and that day R. Wilson fc Son.
turned local ,
r They out to quell RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS: goo
Burgeon/ J. B. Gibbs was killed by
tr suppress piracy In the West Indies R. E.Day, chairman.... .......Galnenvllle.
o a Mauser bullet fired att GOO to 800 and to preserve order during tbe great It must be rather discouraging to tin J. L. Morgan... ... .. ............... .Jasper. Agent for the
yard. Canada thistle and the seven year locust .. ....... RUaslnnmm>. Pabst Brewing! Co.
fire In New York In 1835. In tbe Mexican John f1r''i:: y:Jr., otrrk.: :::: Arcadia.
After facing a steady fire for three war the marines figured In every to learn that Secretary Wilson's Headquarters" and offices at Tallahassee, Fla. -

r days tbe battalion attacked and repulsed enterprise! from the golf to the Pacific campaign is not to be cut: short by bisresignation. CIRCUIT COURT. .

a superior force. On the 12th conat They were with Bloat and Stock Minor 8.Jones,TitulvHte..Circuit Judge.J. : .
two companies under Captain Elliott: I). Seizes Orlanrtn,. ...'pmeecatlng;Attorney,
sallied out six miles from the SprlngTerm-Fourth Monday In April i NineIIERBINE.!
camp When pain or Irritation exists on any Fall rerna-Fourth Monday November.
and destroyed a well upon which the part of the body the application of Bal BREVARD COliMl-Y' CblTRT. .
Spaniards la front of them depended lard's Snow Liniment will give prompt :
A.I> County Judge. _.- '-' :.u-
for water. On this expedition Captain relief. Prloe 29 and 50 cents. B. R. Wilson et'.r\ ::::: ;. :.. .; : Attorney, I I : _.

Elliott defeated a force of 600 Span- c' A SOD. A. A. Stewart .County Clerk. : of
Spring Term-SensMonde, In Msy. Juices from Natural Roots.
lards. Only :2 per cent of tbe corps The eo Bummer Term-Snoond Monday: Aligns. '
'were sick In Cuba and none died. Fall Term-BnconJ' Monday In November.
"Mr. Shortoscndea said the homely Winter Term-Second Monday In February. : all the
In tbe battle
set -Santiago
many maiden "wby do mer' ,REGULATES tlie liver Stomach and Bowels.i
ell the secondary and rapid fire batteries you; woo COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. ,

of "Because I love your exclaimed the B. E. Mimi, Bnperinundent! ........Bonaventnre. : PeopleSuffer Cleanses the Purifies the Blood
Scblcy's ships were manned by ardent lover. Members! J. M. Dixon,chalrmaa,Tituevillsl| System,
marines stationed on the fighting vessel ( R. N. Andrews:Cocoa; O. P. i'lattas Fort Fierce.! .
*. In some cases these drove "lias my wealth nothing to do with
guns COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Malaria Biliousness Constipation
itr ;
the Spaniards from their batteries during r. R.Walker chairman THnsMllei John R. CURES ,

tbe hottest of the AbLThe Well.Nothing she whatever.said. Jones Mlot, Woodl.yJ, / ..'Conkllnv Frank Bell, TilIman, White|Jnbn City. from a Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased :

commander of tile marine battalion pondering a mo Regular sessions are held first Monday In each
', at Guantanamo Colonel Ilunt The Bulletof mint "I'll take you. I'd rather marrya nwuta.
i Every Bottle Guaranteed to Bite Satisfaction.
P lngton. is a veteran of the civil war. liar then n f-v>i" BRKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
A.D.Penney.TltnaTllle Jndm.Jas. :LAIie3ln 80TZ LZas S a XaXa: : ::>><>.:JiI.

lie the first volunteered battle of In Bull April Run 1801.led and one at of the assamta may be nor sudden but Cures niood and Skin Diseases A.A.. E.Andre"1 to.ulll.Tltmvlll.t.I,..,;......County.ros Clerk.Att',. Livers I Px-ioe. SO Cent
It Is
not more sure than the dire punish-. J. F. Wnoten, Cocoa .r....Tax Assessor.
the tbree companies of marines which meat meted out to the man who abuses Itclilntr/ Humors, Eczema, s:. W, Ilall.Tltusvllle; ......Tut Collector.: Prtptred by JAMES f. BALlARD. St. Louis MOp
4 fought there. He Is also survivor of hia F.H. Hoye Tituatllle..Treasurer.
Ir a stomach. No man t I. stronger than Scrofula Etc. .
R.E.Mlms Honaventura..8npt. Pub. Inst. -v the Samoa ship disaster or 1888, having his stomach. When the stomach Is diseased '
J.O. Fries, TI'uaTllle. .. .....County Surveyor. WILS'
? been on board the United! States steamer the whole body I. weakened.Dr. Send no money-simply write and try J.P. Krown.TitnsTllle..........,....flhert!!. U. A SOy.
Trenton during the hurricane In the Pieroe'a Golden Medical Discovery Botanic Blond Balm at our expense. We T.J.eoc.obntt.LaHranlJtl..Reflntratlon Officer,

harbor of Apia.tonally cures dlatatre of the stomach and other I distribute free over 10,000 treatments In TTTUSTILLK: TOWN COUNCIL.

: prompt In marching. to tbe organs ot digestion and nutrition. It Hamilton county Ohio. Tbe cares made J. M. bison snayor: R. E.1IIml., jr., marshaland IF YOU WANT A.
defence cures diseases of other organs when it by Blood Balm, spread so fast we were tax: collector i W, 8. Urannlnir, olerk and
of tilt flag and taking first cures the disease of the stomach on unable to fill orders.. It I. the same everywhere rJ..J.r: Henry, tax susesMtrt John R.
risks Walker, Morgan, V. F.Dorms, 8. O. VanInndlnfeham -
against on unknown foe were the which the several organs depend for A trial, of Blood Balm Is our best : ....I.J. L. C'amithers. connoilmen

marines lu Asiatic waters at the time nutrition and vitality.. reference so don't hesitate to write fora The council meets first Tuesday. in saen month.TrrusviLur .

t of the Doitr outbreak lu June HXX "I would Mjr in re*.rd to your nwrtlHaes free sample.If BOARD OF TRADE. .Building Lot
Captain Medulla KM the 100 marine that I have.been realty benefited by them.. you suffer from ulcers,eczema,sorofula O. M.Robbins,president|J. M. Dixon trea..- ,
of tbe Tleiitnln writes Mr. J Dell of IAaIklo, Van flares Co. blood J.f-S. Bet, Met. enond
garrison/: which set out la. WI WIIA.t one time poison cancer, eating/ sores., over secretary Wed.
( on the 10th of June to repair the road! as drath'.tanrmdx.t: : Itching skin, pimples, boils bone pains, nesday night In each month at their rooms. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY

tbe Boxers hud destroyed between at swellings, rheumatism catarrh, or any' FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS:
COB fl ) to how ,
I Tientsin and IVklng. FOP ten days' following and part of my the time a blood or skin disease we advise you to Indian Hirer Ixxlire. (To.Ml,holils its nieetlnm/ LAND FOK.AX ORANGE GROVE
the to my bed. I had take liotnnlo Blood Balm (B. U. B.). Especially the second and fourth Friday evenlnirt. / of each
/T wildest minors prevailed as token FsllorasofnieilVcine. recommended for old, obstinate, month, at their lodge room, near sours hones, PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK CARDED:
to the fate of the relief "chullu'blcb but (; only fed at 7:30 o'clooK'p.' m. J. R. Walker W. M.i;
i Admiral the dl......; but t mart .deep-seated cases of malignant blood or F.A.Morgan Heo'v. We probably have for sale just what
Seymour of the British you are seeking.
navy say (hutOolil"n Mrd- skin disease because Botanlo Blood Balm
was leading toward' the Chinese capi cured UUeowiyhas ((0. B. II.) kills the poison In the blood ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.FrtenleblpehapterNo.11. Settlers or
are In but
1 m* .a.f to-day Hocking still there Is room. If you
tal. :! .
Humors of hard where all Its meetings
fighting( and ofM' I sm stouter than I cures falls, heals every In ..
the Masonic I
brilliant sum-sue followed nuotlir. ka.e beva tir twnly sore, makes the blood and rich xlir* rnmn. Tltusvllle on the looking this line
one pure nt Tuesday I In earh month ate:joo'clix-k p. m. war, drop a to
but when the truth at lust became rime vears ism nlj now forty. gives. the skin. the rich glow of health. and the third Tuesday In each month at Tl3ln'clock :
Have. B. 11. B., the most perfect blood purifier p. in. Tb.follnwinir are the omrrrs of JAS. E. Vice-Pre.ident.
public property It was shown that the! taken bnttlvaofnolilni In alt twenlT nine/ made. the loti,.t lIf.... O. M. obbla..worthv. matron; INGRAHAM 3rd
r American marines Medical Thoroughly tested for SO years Dr. R. R. Wilson,
bad bees the worthy patron !Vrs. B. R.
among Irr.ldr.
Dixnivery two or Costs 91 large bottle at drug stores. Wilson, associate. ; FLORIDA EAST
bravest of the brave In that three dosen vials of Dr. per matron Mr. F. A. Morgan COAST RT
crisis. Be
Pierce'a, Pellets, but To Introduce It. samples of Blood Balm trearnrer; Mrs. R. C. Murimgeoer, aef ;
fore tbe column left Tientsin and while take no nedl Soo.
the commanders Hughes associate ronriiictreaa i Mr*. O. W.
from different coun Dr. Fiercer Pleasant Ga. Describe and hie. --- -- -.-- .
trouble free med- Adah; Mrs.J. K. Walker Ruth j Mi- .ir. A. -- ---------- --
tries were discussing what should be Pellets cure con ical ad vice also gl ven. :p-ThLtasnhoo- MorgTin Wetme J. I_Crrmthers, Martha

I Jtane. MpCallft; cut short tbe argument stipation. est offer-medicine sent at once,prepaid. i Stewart Mrs. T., &J cta. Marshal; Mies Zandie The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.





professional Oards '

RaiD .nd..I' \ t -CATARRH

M. R" OBBINSGATTORNEY h..e 110.If tt.q .vmvB.B .r Captain: Hob tll....... *>f B...;. FrataliaiMa Ii.
barn with Eureka... .r..d Nan Jj lilttrA: eon About. mplr.'. PartlllBa. Cite rrele>.ta H._ptl.. a._ r.

AND COUNSELOR n tin... Uil th. It n. Captain Richmond( Pearson Ilobsoi President Roosevelt continues to Interest The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and E ,

AT-LAW.! k.e|.th.damp.lemher : hero or the :Merrluiac. who spoke at all his visitors by the breei; astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobacco ,

and United'State tuft*. Sllichea and.pli.abl .lIA l (Y Tremont temple la Boston on ''TheAna"I'lclln frankness with which he discusses eierytblng and cigarettes or any external or local application, is a j.'

i to State do not bNoouuhnr...k. \ r Navy" made soro* atartlln that comes up says a Washington just as senseless as would be kindling fire on top of
Jflllf"0"Court. \ '
faca \ \ () statements In regard to China rays tbe dispatch to the New York EvenIng the pot to make it boil. True, these give temporaryrelief

Office atTiTi viLi.K, FLA. 10.chart.ndcm. 7h. New York Kvenlnjr Journal."It Poet A New England congress" but the cavities and passages of the head and the

-_.. Iuwn.a .0. \ U my sincere liellef." be salt wan thus describes a recent call at too bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus!
.... \ '
GAULDEN, loamQ lb.. "that It was the presence of the stron," White House: Taking cold lathe first step towards Catarrh, for it

D. J,. new. hut. \ United States navy In Chinese water "I wanted to seethe president about checks perspiration. and the poisonous acids and '

ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. Wears loogby .be InnofEueka that prevented the partition of China i 8 an Important postodlce In toy; district, vapors which should; pass off through the skin are "'

year nUll two years n"o. If the part) I had not bothered him much up to thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin, -.
'In prtotlee, l Iu.n the Courts of toe But "....... 011 tlon of China comes In the near futureI that time, so 1 telephoned( :Mr. Cortel. producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus, s. .

,Bniy end> the Cnlto'1' State.Courts.LUg0t'23g' Il believe that the world will be set 00'' you and received an appointment.was 1 much of which is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation
+ I
( T1TUevILLE, TLA.J. fire. It U mybelief that under mid ushered Into the president's sweep reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys. : and other

--- .Sold..ry..h.... r5 circumstances tie only preventive of i a tlon room. Many other people wen becomes the tp ely. When the disease assumes the dry form the breath

WEBB, In can.- worldwide war will be the presence of there. We could hear the preslden exceedingly foul blinding headache are frequent the eyes red,
F all Mmcl.lie by,. a great American fleet. talking with some one in the cabinet hearing affected and a constant tinging in the ears. No remedy that does

ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, Standard 011 "China is to be opened up. and opener room, and while It would hnve beet not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S. S. S. expels from the

In the Courts of the 7t1 CompanyKIDNEY \ \ up soon. The United States by (Its gee I Impossible to follow the conversation circulation all offensive matter, and when rich, pure

WIll practice paid for nou-realdent. graphical and Industrial position hat' the tones were strong enouKh'to Indl. blood is again coursing: through the body the

I CllI1mlt. TftB and account( collected. the strategic vantage ground Wi ate a vigorous discussion. Pretty soot mucous membranes become healthy and the akin j I

dente should be the first In this vast Industrial the door from the cabinet room opened active, all the disagreeable painful symptom disap

f/r11IVILLE, FLORIDA upheaval which is sure to come and in came the president '1 am Dot' ar, and a permanent, thorough cure is effected.:

DISEASES with the opening up of Chlim to thi going to see any of these people except' S. S. S. being; a strict vegetable blood purifier does not derange the

PENNEY, world. We have equal rights In China Senator Bard not any of them. I an Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health rapidly improve '

A.D. with the rent of the world and we havi. "too busy. I cannot do It.' Mid the president nnder its tonic efl'ecta.Vrlte us about your case and get the best medical

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, are the most fatal of all des. equal rights In saying that China shal to Secretary Cortelyou with con advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sept on application ,

not be partitioned. Bidet-able emphasis. Suiting the nctioi THC SWIFT spKctric co.. .A .i..t*. >.. i

TmlIVJLLE, FLORIDA eases.FO.EYlS. t to the word he took: Senator Bard over ----- -.-...- .. -. .-- _. ----- __ ._ __. __.__n___ -

There Is probably no disease or condltlon Into the window and had a eon ldero.. The and Most Com-
of the Largest
I Win practice in all the courts 7tl KIDNEY CURE Is I I
of the human system that oausei ble talk with him. .
Judicial] Circuit Guaranteed Rensd;' more snfferlna and distress than pilesTabler'e "Mr. Cortelyou beckoned: to me to 1 elate Establishment South. I .4

Buckeye Pile Ointment onrei stay, and the president as soon as be ;
A JONES 1 1I them quickly, without pain or detentloi Was through with Mr. Bard came over aad. SON,
ORGAN refunded. Contain
[ or money : from business. Price CO cents In bottles
; good trop., good
M slid the sofa beside When I 1
remedies recognized by eminent !.. tubes, 70. cents. B. R. Wilson dt Son. snt on erop.make more Cu..
ESTATE AND INSURANCE mentioned my pontofflce case, he told tourer.-eo each year lbw ,
I HEAL physicians as the best for, me to go down to the department and eNl 5 and hays ;

Loans Notary Pub"lo. Kidney and Bladder troubles It Is curious to note( the changes thai ax the matter up with the |x(>.tmi\iit i' grows 50r.l greater.of the Ferry That' the

Collections, Typewriting, Stenograph. bare crept Into the.comments of late general wltb the air of one who was Moro rsivy's Seeds sold
.' .. FLA. PRICE SOc.: And $1.00.) I on the doings of the emperor of Germany tired about l bt'nrln" of postotTlcps. As I and pwa than any otbef '

TITUSVILLB, B. WILSON &; SON and to find correspondents and. got up to go be looked over to two kiuct edp.dAaaadrRK..D. SoldbyMldaalaiFoley's r lit, i
I Js
_. :young men who wore still waiting: .
other writers givinghim credit .nd] ea
EO. A. WORLEY I You are. from Alabama nron't you* D.tro tit
G bus It praise rather than reproof aDjl, crIU'clam.
me grape more sugar: in than MIOM
I he asked and before> they; bOIl time to
Ar1'ORNEY 4T-LAW. any other fruit nearly fifteen parts Ii I Not so long ago It was Quite the answer bit added. 'You want Bo-and-iMi

I General practice in State and Federa a hundred being sugar.) The peacb popular thing to woke sport of th appointed T The young men replied ."w.J.

Courts. All business entrusted will him fleet only; l'/._ per cent. .Raiser's varied and frequently eccen that they did, but before they could explain s !

receive prompt attention. trie activities. We see very little of why the president told them that Honey and Tar

I General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate Take TO Laxative CURE A-COLr Bromo IN ONK DAT this nowadays and wonder wb.)'. Hal I be was sick of bearing of their patronage cures colds, prevents pntumcalm.AVoddliiir MANUFACTURERS Of

Miami. Quinine Tablet. William really changed or has the pub squabble. 'You say the other candidate
All druggists refund the If It fall Doors Sash Blinds i
money '
MIAMI FLORIDA. i for this office ought to be In Jail
to cure. E. W.Grove's signature I III lic estimate of him changed? It Is Dot) Stationery.
each box. 2.cts. impossible that time has Curbed the .don't you?" bit went on.. .Y.... sir; he Me( riding 4 Building Material
[ JAMES ANDREWS. somewhat bumptious young man ands ought to" be there: was the reply. The ADVocATE having received a aloe ,

Various !Kuropeun: powers are discovering lcd; his And 'Well, now; said the president 'bis lot of the latest type and stationery, 'Is < most Warsrooms Zing opposite
ATTORVEY- LAW,; )ct' aggrenslveness.
short notice
to execute
prepared on ,
friends assure' me that your man ought Cannon Street.Charleston .
all sorts of ulterior and wicked '
ills office anil poatoflftce again U is poeslble tbaI! the public bus Announcements
j address TITUS- : to be In JaiL .1 ansun.e that you are Wedding Invitations "
motives In Germany's snuggling up to waked to the consciousness that lute aDd Ladles' visiting cards. Give us jour ] S. C.
nLL[. Branch offloe at Foal PIEBCK.gfraeoutlnfi : both right 1 wish you would go to the ,
the United States. But that doesnt majesty le.'after all. entitled to b* tat". orders. I
Attorney for Brevard Co. : attorney general and put In writing
bother us any. Helnrlch will get the seriously aud'.at about his own valuation that Sash Weights Cord and
Notary Publlo State at Large. en the reasons you hove for believing ,
Kidney Cure
glud baud Just the same. of himself. At any rate, Em. the other candidate should be sent to Foley's '

] E.. FOSTER, peror William by book or by; crook the penitentiary and 1 will have a similar makes, kidneys and bladder right. Hardware.
STEPHEN STATE OP OHIO CITY op TOLKDO )l made In regard to -
I has caused the world to look on him statement up -- '
JATTOKNEYATLAW LUCAS COUNTY. J r II. as one of the foremost men In Europe" your: candidate. Then we'll let the attorney Fole y's Honey mad Tar Window and Fancy Glaar
Frank J. Cheney make oath that he lathe
general look them both over
31ms Building, senior partner of the firm of F. J. and to give respectful attention to the and decide what Is to be done. Perhaps tor chUdreasfef ure. No opl.tu. A SPECIALTY.

Cheney .t; Co., doing( business In IhejCtty things be says and doe. __
JACKSOKVILLE( FLA of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, If you know anything good about --

and that, Raid firm will pay the sum of the man you are backing you bad bet. 1IitiSeiiIih1pIa ;
|/ w. ALLEN One Hundred Dollars for each and every Mr. It. Wheeler Got Rid of 11111Itlleumatl ter put that in writing, too. and give It Peninsular & ;

GEORGE case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by m. to the attorney general.' That was all ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW" the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. I stayed to bear but It struck me as Untied state ....,Mall Roa.....for I
"During the winter of 1808 I was Bo
|In WEST, .. FLORIDA. I Seall A. W. Gl.KA.ftON Publir.Hall's lame In my joists In fact all over my characteristic." KEY WEST.: CUBA AND THE WEST IKDIKM, VIA MIAMI AND PORT TAMPA, FLA.Propoaad .
I f Notary In effect tales Blown Subject to change and poatponaimnt without notice
hobble aalllnga on
body that I could hardly around
Will practice In the United States Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ,
when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Nervous children are almost always MIAMI HAVANA' LINE. Commencing January! 1. lam,-H. B.Miami..MIaml .
Jad State Courts.( Ojun95 and act directly on the blood and mucous ..,.. .. ....19.mmon.Ar.Havana .
Is .
the first I thin children The "out-door-boy" > Buna., Wett... .. .,...... : I L..Havan !"ta.Erie :
Pain Balm. From "
surfaces of the system. Send for began to get well, and Wall application cured and leldom nervous White's Cream Verml )'0"..,Thura........... B-.OO I'.o.1 Ar. Miami, Ii.dske.U." ,. ........... IIW a, in.I. .

FRIES, C. E. testimonials free. have worked steadily all the rear.-R. rage la the best pre>entatlve of nervousness. PORTTAMI" -KEY WRBT-HAVANA LINK. Comm.noInK Jan, 6,1007-e8.8. Ollr.tU. fMuoatt
|J.J.O. F. J. CHENEY!: !: A: CO., Toledo O.m:1r":3old Wheeler North wood N. Y. For sale by It strengthens the system and as- Lr. Port Tampii. *Tu..*..lI'rllll"hlRl.( flJM: m. I LY. lUv.tia, .Wml.e M64 |tM<>n...... 2 sop. m. i
!: : by Druggists. 73o. Hall's Fam lists to that sort of flesh which creates Ar. K.r W..t; ...".11.'Krln tftuni ....lli.1Uptii.Ar.. K., W"', 'WxU.'HaM. 4Mon... 801Mlp.m.
COUNTY 8TJBVEYOR. ily Pills are the best. all druggists and medicine dealers. Price L... Key West. 'Ti,....Krl. tHuni. ....\tiuo n'n. 11... Key) waR, We"l., aste, tMim*.. lOiOUp. m>
itreogtb and of Indnranoe. .
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. power Ar.I/avan..8at.iMon..doam.: | Ar.iorSTau.4js, Thura Seasl'rites.
lapping ))5 cents. II. (C. Wilson A: Son. IfHrt H. s. Prlno,
done. for
neatly Estimates MI .NAHHAU LI"'omn..u.1Iolf January! e. -
1-1 kinds of engineering work. DIspnl Notice to Creditors. China can nnrdly have cause for 111feeling Lr.MI..I,' Thor* ,,......II tW p.m. \ I... M... ....'.,
d lines a specialty. toward the United States, at Oai the Farm,,Tu::U ays, rrldayi....... anK tmCommenc1u I I Ar. .IIIr".n.: ,., Hunibtis. ,. ,. ," BH>O..m.

I Tau, Bravard C()., FLORIDA. PERSONS HOLOIN'' CLAIMS OR PR. least In so for'as relates to our part "Father. I om fired with ambition Miami. Mom Wrla ftls /8OO:: I''D| Frhruery5.ttaneLv I .... Tn... Thnn, Mu.3:00: p.m.AriNs.lauTnmThur.MU..0aiea.m. .
ALL ", of whatsoever. naiiire afralnat the l III the foreign .occupalonu! To begin since I come homo from college. I I I I. Miaul,
estate of William. Rlolmnln' -rhwmuHMt,
iri hereby "llIlre.1| '0 preneni theiD to the HM.laralcnwl with we avoided looting in the sacred want a broad field for action where I Cnmnianolna April I!, Hans
M S.
BUR II.UI. M.. D. within too jr e.,. from the drat pnbll. something. Lv.Miami April II. April IS, April A.aiUO yu. 11 v. Nanaan Aprill April l.,","1111I..1:00: pm.
o"tIOl' of thin notice, otherwise the same will be city while the soldiers of the other can accomplish Ar.Naaaaa April M: April l April W SWO a.B.. | ArMumiApril. IdAprIlSIC,Aprllfl. 11:00)a.m. I'Lv.Mlaml
SURGEON; ileaded la bar of their. demand. powers with the apparent approvalof "Well my boy, there Is the forty MIAMI-KEY WEST UNK' -CommaaclnJ!DeeeD.ber IS, DI-$. S.City of Kay w....

and SPECIALIST, J MAUD, HowAHI4mar (. RrR"LlIro"1..1..1T.: """ their officers, took about everythingin acre lot which Is a rather broad seta Mima 'Warta rala...... ,. ,,II 20 p." I Lv. Kay W"'.'Tu... Th.r.. Bats...... I no p.m.
Ear, Nose and Throat. Kxaouton. You might try a little action lu that A.K.yW'.slTueThurs.JlaU, .. I so p. 'j| Ar. MI 11101" 111'.1.. rrla, Sua.. .. I 011.....
sight. Then the United' States voluntarily with a plow and a pair of bores, and Aloe. bonn bINd on WHh Marldlao Standard Tim,*xo,|>. UuH show..for Haaaan Is looal. er.TTb'aVbwiatM
WII r PALM down' It. share of the In
. BEACH, FLORIDA. Notice. rut If you stick to It you can accomplish prevlaua. otloa.. CHARLXB; t.JMJ..1......,.
demnlty when It'found' that' .It was. exceeslve. somethlng.M-Nsw York herald. ..... "...... ... ). January,1,1.09 Jwk.ouvtlle, .,

HOUGHTOVS'WATING while the other powers want __ J ,
down g------ _
NOTICE : /" to annty totb Hon. A.' D. ed to posh the Celestial'empire to the Are you'nerrous, weak and .
Penney County Judge In and for Brarard2onMty of bankruptcy. And now President Hssplrltedr Take a few doses of Her ?
DENTAL .... of March. IWU.t verge tits
dPARTMENTS Florida,on Slat eUy life ,
wllllntu. new "
Tltu. lll r auth on the "Dentos ill the ono-balf undlrlilaif tnarset'or Wmirrerti. -seised nto the exhausted. nerves,the overworked r TSaltlsw.e'. ,
IXxon minor child of Annie Dixon dacaaaad. a large quantity of silver by brain or muscular system 'and put a HI hate d aa".r'. ."
Now AT PALMBEACH/ In and tn that tract of land lying.In Brenrdoontr the marines at the fall of Tientsin. MW face on life and business. Price, &0icnts. l,1.l1a d.tpilr flaslost Atlaeeed4ehall.
Florida, H.nrtb d-a W"low : I
HavlnnlDC' 11: chain..ot.th8 RthM northwaatomr Altogether our attitude baa keen la B. II. Wilson A: don Chat/ano.gir Lbt.1.1N11.

'" > of Kit J.anuth line or land fomterly t 'b of.noa T. striking contrast to that -of'tb. EuroIMMIII Ot. L.u' Srwlre' Cl.. r "
Sit along the ,nk of the Ill vat. .......... I'
i, K. 01.- : chains anrt llnk' so tl powers, ,who proceeded'upon ftmm ttmf t. Dwtroit CJ..d ..

firginfaHomesTpa ,jII ndlan.l.grns River. sang, low alooic wMr.1,1 mark liver,' thence I cka4n rata an.l'O theory that "they should tau who elf yoove got" a rlTBl In the Freckled sweet ,:.Jb o..... .... S SZhe
nnrtbMMV Antes r bualneM
hose lit J.' O. Scnoltold'a' have the power and they should keep heart
.hanos. west along' < aU! Mhiinald'a. north Hn Inhe fanatic "you never\ want to knock
boundary, of.aid lot 3, thiinoa north 1inalna who oan.**" .
.eAt and M links to the point of beglnlpf oonAlningaiaiasacna. tilm. What you ''want to do IB to boost : ,:

learn all about.Vlr ID'a Lands, : ., BRCVEB, Stops the Cough boost and keep or booting until she "
""W 3.
rwources;products, mode of oul; A. Guardian for Wln".tt. l>,.on. oft the Cold. gets so tired of hearing. you slug his
U.ltlon, t-inar21 and work
prices, eta;t. .t reading the Tablets >ralses that she bates him."-Indlanaplls ,
Virginia laxative| Uromo-Qulnlne cure a ,
FJ'rmee. Send lOot( RAilWAY's
for a months subscription> to the Notice to Non-Resident. sold In one day. No Cure, No Pay. > Sun. _____________ SOUTHERN I b

Farmer Co.. Emporta, Va. Price 2 ota. The Beat Prvaerlptloai f.. Malaria .,

CIRCUIT COURT IS AND FOB BR > Skills and Fever Is a bottle of Drove's a aK. >
AN HEP SALVE [N ward County, I TL, Tbe newspaper exploitation of the rasteleas Chill Tonic. It Is simply 'Iron ROUTE OF. THE CELCttKATtD. TRAINS s
ID Chancery. tasteless form. No
and quinine In a

-the most healing salve- In the world.A MarT_Jackeonvs...- I 3m for Divorce. Wetmore rather clever incident bit seems of work to on have the beeni part Care, No Cure. Price nOcts, 'The Southern's Palm Limited '\

Jackrn.." "
Notice to'to .Re.'d.nt. of Mrs. James Brown Potter's premi The "WnaHInrfton Richmond and -
Two associations In Ireat Britainhe ,
To Tom Jackson t required to appear to the bill gent though It is not likely to cause '
You ar hereby 'liled .or..AC' you *. Army league and the Imperial l>e- Florida Limited
Sample copy of one of the beat farm 01 complaint herein befora the lit dty 3'uf any annoyance at King Edward'soronatlon '
entitled eauae on or association-are following
rinse upKipling's
P'perl " to tile young man whosenotber THe New YorK and Florida KxpreasTO '
published .
If will rtl
fl'flJ. you .1j. ': 8TlOl"T ADVOCATE:, a newspaper advice and are working vigorously -
four ill I. bereii. Jest.Iltn.tedIII Is said to have snubbed either '
name on postal card, mentioning publl..l.e,11 in -S c."tv. for universal military service me CAST. i. t
.h. new.p..p.ln forhelghllcuneelotl'. the: Prince of Wales or Mrs. Potter or
thll paper. V publl.......00"" eacb week The proposition Is not popular bow. 17$'
renka. x>tb of them some years ago In LCD- THe Chicago and Florida Special
the Mid Cunrt tver and the British politicians are
THB PLOWBOY Co., Ii aeof Ion.
>hlelthetdeh.lsyofJ., : uar9 A. .. J;r' .W ART. resting It Idn..rl".tboulCb many prornnent The Florida Limited '
Atlanta Ov.BO Clerk Circuit Conrt.IT hand time persons'" members of these asloclatlous. '
qt ,
O. A. Stewart. D.C. W* Don't let paint wrinkles TD THE NORTH AND W[3T. 4
on your face. Keep young, by keep
-- the blood and the digestive or. -
ox pure
Goals that do 4-
OrdInance Against Selling gllnl; In a healthy condition. Ilerblne { .. you flood

YEARS' on Sunday. .rill do this. Health Is youth, disease *We know of no way In wbleh ws"can Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via '
EXPERIENCE and sickness brings old &(e. Price, 50ents. be of service to our readers thee to Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky" a! '

-Town Ordinance" against B. R. Wilson & Son tell them more of something that will be of Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in 1

AD Amendment Selling to< the uomti sal good to them. Fur tide reason we connection with the Plant System and Florida Fast Coast RailwayPullman .

ORDHS'tr.D MY : rant to acquaint them fwlth what we Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cart on all through f
IT what fine time 1
nE When be sees a we ,
011 of of nnslder one of the very best remedies on trains.
u nand. a4CIo. ...llInlt live Prince Henry of Prussia, the tbe market for coughs, cold, and that
mended to Mol u 'nllo. recently known W. refer to Ask for Tickets via Soutisrs"' Railway. C"rr*,pa,"fesea 801lelte4. ,
"WIa".er keeps open, Prince of Wales atie .(arming complaint croup. .
TIMOC MAa war. m.han..I..IlfJfWI.. BuniUy.m Duke of Cornwall and York, will bamberisln'sCongbRemedy. We have J
Oceans eIa, 0;.U. 0'barters the o red It with good results In our family song I
Amm n. CoNltnnHT.&e.1"M ...i b' fine not ID.7cer.11.R the >e sorry be didn' and visit > that It has become a household oe- F. CAREY. FU. PAct- loa V. Bay s... JscisonvCU, FU.
r. ...undln......, .n t or otXnmn t b and fraa dMCrtptlim..bather mavm an one Imp..eonm.nt to eicee.l ..Iity day.. is last summer. esalty. By Its prompt one ws hs.eo't .
uro.;'.i "''llr O"<.A.nte.t,..Huvlbooionnn... ., (' Paulo .nd Imprisonmeat.itbe however, any doubt but that It bits time and again S. H. HARDWICK. V. H. TAYIO8, I

Puy"4. (taint! lbr aei Mann CcTweatve'IT .. or Snot. proWed.or aewdty.of thee.. reverted croup. The testimony ,given General Pasan(_ Amt, Ass'l Cent P... Agent, I 1
: it. oarownexperte.ce, and we suggest Y
\ dI.p<>>
ofmy without keeping open pen D. C Attusls, Ga. '
$Ckntific Rmerkan. tlee tQ ooatemere tbat our readers especially those who Vashlnttoa.
that tale nrdlnan... small children, always keep It In / : bI
d'"i. further erd.loed. ave J.-."'*- 1!. 1 0'
"an' "" .' ninMnod __" '. ....- rtrVarma.Sla. all fake affect Im..Uacel Iy upon 4th Ice lap"proval.'wed "'bis ati-Batnr la ea every txrmiof tfcw pe.... heir homes safeguard. against croup. ; .
*"'_.nul .Dd.ppro"" F.bruar J.) M. DIXOM, Laxative BrwrnHjuininek Table -Camdsa. S. C.. Messenger for sale by -

MMNN& ae:i$""'::In I.New York fiats o. A.T _-Clerk. Maror.ifeb. 11& r*..*dy that cerave.. eel tat eery all druggists sod medicine! dealers. [

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BOYE REPLIES. .T.A.III-is PKITCJIABD; President; WM. M. BBOWK', Vice.pre'ide

CHILDREN'S, DANCE A J. PALM Cqurtenay. TREASURER- -. C. S. SciruTLKJi, Cashier

a EAST COAST. --ADVOCATE BEACH7 '- To the People of Brr.oa.rd County:

,j Major Tiffin did business la ledianola. For many years the Board of County INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!,

A WBBBLT JOVailAb DBVOTOD TO TUB DBTBIrOFMBHT One of the ADVOCATE'S: : Palm Beach Thursday.It Commissioner of Brevard county In
or Tea IfclHAX urea, LAWOBTH .. correspondents writes us that Prof. Geo. I Is about time for our numerous. cold order to> prevent the depreciation of the
AID wr.oavas.v SBOTIOWS.PUBLISUJCD E. de Walters, of New York, arranged, ,snap. to let up. county scrip In canon' of short funds, COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
on Saturday afternoon last one. of the moil have arranged to have all scrip taken up Authorized capital
has the contract $i
Palm IT. H. Jenkins IOOC
cotillons ever given r
most and have been'pAylnl
pretty banks of the ,
KVKItT: FBIDAY. at the
Beach, when the ballroom of the Royal and makes an Al carrier. (Interest at the rate of eight per Paid up capital, $2s'c

08..1. 11. WALTON, Kdltor 6r; Publisher.IMsoontlnuanoB I'oloclarllaa transformed Into a fairy Judge 5chuyler.of the, cent per annum on school warrants, and Averago deposits Sioo'.c
F land., The little glrs( ) -some of whom was In town on business; tbe other day. ten per cent per annum on all other war. -

of>. must be made. pcronitlly were about three years old-were attiredIn and J. P. Sawtelle, of Hardeeville, was circulating rants.
white with! big sashes of pink I The present Board Is being closely Transacts a General BanluS
at this cfJlco or by writing. Fri-
blue, and wore hats of daisies and red among our orange growers, I questioned If not positively criticised by t t
and yellow poppies; while the boys had day.lIo"RI'd. I the 'last Grand Jury as to why the countywas (
., he made payable to CHAU.BSHi Business
Check etc. may bedeckedwith In
t 4 on gayly-colored: high ham, Homes, of Sharpen, was paying eight per cent on onecli\s of
WALTON, ptihllitlior.Address (Ibbona to match. The figures of town, Monday, looking/ very ministerial. warrants and ten percent on another,and

all ooinmunloatlonft to the german were Intricate but the little There was a lady with him. why so much per cent on all warrants. } ,, + Largest and Oldest Bank on tie Rjj
them gracefully
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, tots went through very For about a moot h J.D. Sams bas been Finding themselves. In an embarrassing '
TlTOTVtLLB, I'LORID. much to the surprise of the onlookers. boating oranges to Titusvllle from here' predicament and no h61e to crawl lott' Exchange bought; and sold on all KoCountries. ",
There were many proud parents and admiring and expects another month at It. have sought to lay the whole blame for : .
friends present, who naturally --
their misgivings at the dooroft.b County
of Agriculture were delighted; over the performance of MesVlnmRs) Geo. E. and Cbas. Hill of statement "To the a t Patronage prenlat d. Prompt serv>i ?
TJ. S. Department who returned home Treasurer, a public '"'+ k t t treatment. ,and every favor coiinlMant ,111! ,
dancer a pleasuredi
these wee Sqranton Feno., were on "
W f.PM of lirevard county. a- n ervative banking granted.
' j 1 Weather Hureiiu-Jupiter, Fla.. overjoyed with their "favors," handed lye through this burg recently. people Had they confined themselves to facts, b
k 1 to them by Mrs. Ifarrtnon Drummond' Our ora.nge growers are bustling off and had the County Treasurer and the r National Bank of New Vnrir'
Thefollowingta comparative state Mrs Coats, Mrs.,Adams and 'Mrs. Coul 'north t the largest and Boost crop of,fruit people of Brevard county been a set of w'' zg 1? 7u4 Mar .x :National Bunk of Jacksonville Via.

,,1 ment of temperature and rainfall for the ter. ____________ ever shipped from here, and getting good nincompoops, there might! have been a ,:L.I1L TJ s-vILL12:, FLA..
week ending Tuesday Feb. 18, 1902. LOST'IN prices.M hope of their statement excusing their

6 I -1901- -1900- FLORIDA.The Moore, of Merrl,and a large: ,fl ne- error sad, clearing their skirts. -
did "seek to make a particular
.! ( ( letter hue been receivedby looking gentleman from the Empire True and they with some
following cheap arrangement
State whole name we dill not learD. were THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANl
t 13 //III) flO 00 IJI) Dr. J. M. Dixon, mayor of Titusvllle prospecting In town last week; one bank to carry temporary shortages,
it 14 71 43: 78 M I from London England: and to this end submitted the matter to
1j, 15 73 00 ifl<> 62 F.: W. I.aRocbe went up to Titusvllle.( \ the various banks to bid upon, resolving
ia .70 r.4 no ni To the Mayo,> of TitftHt'1llf'11'la: Monday on the 7:50 a. m. mall,train andreturned to deal with the bank offering the best Wood. Coal Coke. Brick Lime Cement
17 ill 41 74 51 I write you In the Intercut of an English: on the night, cool( train about; term as a depository." : / --'r ---, -----, ----, -----.J

18 00 S3 78 60!) lady whose son went to the States at o'clock.. We are thinking ,ot asking Their Intentions must have been good *
Total rainfall for the week: .(XIDapa least M years agoIlls name Is Richard Uncle Sam \to: have tbe mull sent by sail and certainly their resolution commend ,

1 ture from normal rainfall for the Phillip Hughes. His mother >Inat' heardof boat, as In pioneer tUy. atory, but their method was as slack as Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

1i week: minus .03 Incite Departure him through; a. paper published In D. StClalr Klnbet. wltb hU new' horse, their predicament unexplained.The .
', from normal rainfall since January J, your city. That waa 1_ yeara'alro. gba: Island drove out In the office of County Treasurer ia a
.IJ k,. minus 3.44 Inohea.HAL. has now forgotten: the name of the paper. backwoods the finest on Tuesday the !! ,on a successful creation of the voters of the county, not Offices. foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.n
P. lUltDiw, 'Obllerver.I From this meager Information perhaps of the County Commissioners- The
hunt accompanied by Dr. Cbas. Hill and J. K. MUNNERLYN, General! Manager.
'. ---. -_.:. It'may be possible to learn. something of Dr. Holleckr, L. L. D., of Columbus, 0.. Connty Treasurer gives a bond for the
his whereabouts or if be be alive.rdend.If and all faithful! performance of his duties and a -
noted Sunday school lecturer '
J IionaON will mote than,likely retire you will be so kind ss to Investigate- around a athlete and hunter, *who bas correct acoountloK! of such funds as may
,I from the navy at an'early'' date. the case I shall regard It as a personal] killed lots of big Including a lion. come into his bands, and only so far as
Ills defective and )he feels favor, and the mother three sisters anda game the passing upon hia. bond and the auditing MeMurray& Baker
eyes are control
brother 'will be extremelygrateful.. of his accounts'have they any ,
that-his retirement la essential to I shall .bo thankful for /reply. at your Georgiana. over him. They have no more right to
I his health; He Has made his base convenience. dictate whets he shall keep the county
hit, .and Is entitled to a home run. Jan., 8; bird\ Tour Truly -' funds than they have to say:\ where be 4O1-413 East Day Street. Jacksonville. Florida.

t OLIVKB OM KK, Mrs Alice Fish' was a pleasant cagier shall buy his grits. Headquarters for-
30 Trebovla Rd., Karl's Court, upon Mrs., Wednesday, Now as business men, and certainlythe
DELEGATE Wilcox' of Hawaii has London S. \V. office of Commissioner should
EngIa d. County
Mrs. Shaw:! ., of Cocoa, wsvlsitingMrs.Hughes with It'some business capacity,why Material Harness
introduced a bill to increase thePresident's [Florida papers please? copy.)], on caturday.. She came over carry should they "seek some particular and Wagon Vehicles, Bicycle

salary to $100,000 a with ft large party. for the of
cheap arrangement;
: Death of Mr. tttu mt hake Worth.- and Sundr ea. [
year ; the vice-president to $25,000 ; Mrs. Kirk of Iowa, who bee been visiting temporary; shortages" with one hand and
cabinet officer, $15,000 each ; and her uncle and aunt J. H. White holding out a string In the other to not "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your whe)
Mr. N. W. Pitts, an' old resident of defeat their purpose but to trip'them
members of congress $10,000 each. and wife, started for her home on Tues only \
Lake Worth and the former owner of up If not to hold them up. as Bubojecta at short notice.
Pitts Island, died of heart disease last day.The of xldiculebefore the "people of ,
the Palm BeACh pink paper ia. highly; spoken of '
Thursday night says' Brnvard ,
1 THE Ways and Means committee fie welt-known and along the Base Coast and many now'ami county. ,
was a greatly They got a bid of seven per cent, and,
at Washington', have instructed honored citizen one of the In old settlers are sending In their subscript. with
even as might havebeen- expected, a W.c sRREN': : FJ'Oa: ::! : :.
Chairman Payne to for'pre- this section and bad served tions. the
prepare yearsas "..,rllll( attached toll I Dame',, that
+ lentatlqn,to..the House a bill repeal. one of the County Commissioners, ton Ilr.narrtet ftrattan of Minnesota, bank .submitting. this- should be the Dealer In-..
years of which) time he was chairman of arrived on Sunday to spend the remainder They also got a bid
all the taxes. It county rlepiwliory.
rid I Ing. war revenue, the .Board. Services. were- held at the of the winter with her father and whlclf they/ have said nothing! about- 'HIDES, FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS BEESWAX, TAr.IOW;, ETC., EU|
1 was the I impression; that at least a West Palm Beach Congregation Church, mother Mr.' and Mrs. J. H.,Wblte., of eight: per cent with no"Btrlngnttncliif Make me your ihtppienta. Prompt Attention.
portion of the war taxes would be tinder the auspices of the Masons and Mr. to "ir' and In their statement they .
Cannatta'slaunch yet
Guy Simmons took P, O. Box 80... Jacksonville, Florida.
the tl ken to .Ormond for.11.
retained?hut It, now appears that body was to Coooa with a merry party on would have the people of BrevardCounty"
terment..fls leaves a wife an4 one ulster. Clements. to excuse tlieai In the'dilemma
anxious for of
the it the families
N committee every. board consisting of "'" "' i a i
Mr. .John Anderson, -.Andorson A of an exorbitant Interest as here
and Bains.M'ra.
thing to Simmons:\ Hempstend
go. Price proprlur'or of the Hotel Ormond, tofore, (eight per cent on school warrants
was at Palm Beach a day or so on business Mary Clement, accompanied by and ten per cent on other warrants) w hen Material. Prices
Best Lowest
THE American occupation o( but returned with Mr. N. W.I'Ittsacoompaaiingthe friends and relatives, arrived on Thursday they have. on tile an offer la response. \ to
1 of her husband with her father .
body to spend tbe winter their invitation for bids to cash all county
{ ; ( Cuba will emj on the ht of May. to Ormond for burial.. Mr. Pitta and mother who have been here sometime warrants of whatsoever' class at eight

At least that is Gen. Wood's plan was an old time friend, and at one time per cent the only condition being that

and it will more than likely be partner of Mr. Anderson I" some Lake Mrs A. L. Driinpr and daughter Miss the warrants be properly drawn, and of QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.

'; adopted. Cuba will then have'an Worth real estate. Beth; and utece, Miss Nellie, spent Wednesday legal issue. ,
afternoon pleasantly with The Honorable Board of County Commissioners
E opportunity to show what it can do Mrs. Margaret Plant's Socce... Mrs. Dell Munson very and daughter Miss would have 'the people of Bre Bond: Lumber Co TitDSYille]

d' in tothe way !of self'government.. Cora. yard County kno* of their County Treasurer .
The annexRttonUts however", are A letter to the ADVOCATE from New tbat they bad "properly And urgent -

,j still hoping that they will yet succeed York says that Mrs. Margaret Plant' the Indianola. Importuned his cooperation" to which A Trial Order Will Convince.
4 ; In making Cuba one of the widow of the late millionaire, Henry B. statement the County Treasurer. would
'" Plant has succeeded In defeating herhusband's say that the first Intimation that he had .
I ..
I' United States S. O. VANLAMDIXGriAM, Tjjusvllle.
of their f"seeking" wag a letter throughthe
to entail his Manager.
i purpose mndy things of Interest to be
\ .There are
'\ postofficn" enclosing him a copy of .. _
'I 000 estate for the term of more than two In Indlitnula and vicinity,' -
BOO among
NEW YORK lives In being. She has luoce"IIOO.lo their resolution and demanding of him to
beautiful Marshal
literally and
city was snowbound them being a lame
u transfer the f until of the County In Ills
( lest and FhlladeU proving that Mr. Plant was a resident of Nell which a large ar
'I Tuesday! rose covers,
I hands to thel r designated "seven per cent.
New York and not of Connecticut. and
i phla and I Rltltnoce, report similar the New Haven Probate Court has turned bor the and north utfortla both delight"vhitors/with'Its beauty from and with a string der,->slti>ry." Masury's Paints.

;i/J conditions. This has been a strenuous over the estate to the State of New the ltv of Its owner, Bred Bergman And yet tJieXioutuy: .Treasurer treAt-
I" by gen< log pith proper.considation -
York. Mrs. Plant will! reoelYithedowel'rlllht. :
winter everywhere. Even' In giving; them allay Another Interesting :
'' ,'amollDtln" to *<"l,,(rtOor) $$.QO<>,. III aptl politeness, consulted vytth his !
Florida has 'hud. more cold days 'object\ a kilmquatorangetree
00(1.) and Mortimer IT: Plant, the Only Dr. Hill's plnoef..from, which' thousands bondsmen and attorney to'only find what ARE TIJE' BEST. SOLD BY
,'.ii than ever before In her history but child l. will succeed, to the rel<<1ue.Y on of have already been picked, the Crtrfnty Commissioners dflerwards ,

ft she has had .nib) disastrous freeze. and yet oranges the tree Is (all. at nJ.which bugJ.aQlnlC.tblt.lbere..beYllhQuld have" was found no out ex- G-E:cF: : GrE, : IE5" :19 .oX>XJ ][SN
'I The are all right, and the I
groves Grand Bull at PalmProf. D.aoh.
\ Monday with Mina statute rtquirlng him tp conform i
!School; opened presV THE LUMBERMAN.:
t oranges are hanging to the trees. '-' her. -Thin to'the action of the Then, and
Mdndel of .R Boa'rdJ1
LaGrange/ as ; QALL1K!: FLORIDA.
\ .. EAU ,
I I ., Oeo. de Walter, of ;New York.\ place has very few children! of school age; not'till thttn\ miey""urpentry; (not'to 1'
,I! tL;; LEE Graham of SUQ1tervUii.v; whose headquarters are at' the ,jtoyol1'olnofena ; and some of them do not attend school, .Insolently,) (Importune-'hia!' uoi-otterai; '
J. Palm Beach la. be to pave tlun. ., ., .-, : : .
: busily-engaged so that It would Impossible- ; 'e. y e. '
: flhot'ffltd: kflled'bjr a worthless he. making preparations for a grand school at all If it was not for the' few ,TheprogentCounty Treasurer. has been }I. A. HODGES.....
;< gro last Saturday. The negrowns Washington Blrthti.ty! balfat the above 'northern children,who are Here for' the, a citizen'of Brevnrd County for more :' of .
a caavlct,, andwa; trying to escape hotolto-morrow'. Wgtrt.(Saturday). .Jt winter, and right here Is an' Illustration tbaq twehty-flve e'At'alInd notwlftistandItrg'the Manufacture .,
whelj 'he shot, Graham. Every tie- will be one of thommdnf!; famous .dunces of where the oompulsary school law I Imputatlo 'ro"slur of-the Board i ....e ypress'and'Yellbw Pine Lurnb r;..
of the season, and! will be held! lathe new would be .a> good thing and afford an Cfcuuty' Oomnfltsslonert-,-perhaps not
gro l1ugbt''ltli.llre' arms, razors, dining-room of the Riival Poinclana. All education to'a number of children who allolo"", ",J n tended-hi. record for;.the :ROUGH AND-DRESSED.!: Orange> !?Box II"adll. jrpie? aDd Vegetable CratesAnyone.ontemplatinpisheddingtheir

etov.should: punished to;the full the elite of Palm Beach ,will 'present, will not got, {It. otherwise. besfiiitereatujid. welfare of the County ,pineapple ir, orange or building I
extent of the law. The legislature and a glorious time Is anticipated- When w will ipeak for Itself-- and *-e thinks pass SLY part of Florida would do wel} to write for prices.; ,The saw mllla;'are locate

never did a better thing than when I Mr. Fred terry undertakes an !affair of Hardeeville.; Inspection. at :Buffalo.Bluff, near Palatka, on the .1., T. Kl w.'-Ry. > Li mbetf delivered to any
the' above kind he does not .do It'"by With regard to the rate of interest part of the, East Coast.\ _'Address! ? II. A.. HODGES, Buffalo, Bluff, J"a.
they passed,the recent laws n carry. I halves," but goes'at Hwith a"Will. to Insure which the County: is paying even eight ; __ __ _
'I ing'concealed weapons. The penal what It will be-a grand success sre I per cent for the carrying of warrant. H '
and Claude, Simmons attending
ty is i, ,none too heavy. Ruby school ia Tltuavllle. temporarily too much, and if the County Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's, Association.. ,
New Parlor Cars. : Commissioner bad done their "aeek-
_____ i "" K. 77. Simmons and-Capt. J. It.. Anthony ing" In a business like manner with no '
SKNAJ-OK: Tillraan has been stir Severat handsome new parlor ,oars forth are putting in a crop of Irish'po. strings attached or promises which they The Chicago Net and Twine 'Co. I

ring up thesplons. recently. Ills Florida East Copt Railway Coinpy.; tatoes.! ,I could not fulfill, they unquestionablycould
have offer of six Manufacturers ofF
invectives are of such a .nature as have arrived at St. Augustine.--''j Severalconches Mr. and Airs. O. IT.Pond,of New'York, gotten an per cent

to arouse the' ire of'tb'ose against are also expected dally and will are with Mrs. road's sister, Mr*. J..'p 'their If not Invitation better to carry fur bids.county Also warrants, if they to ; 2"I I

whom they are directed., Ben has be put Into service as soon as possible ;Sawtelle.: I' will treat with the County Treasurer In I
after their arrival /
r a good command of hot English, j Henry Soheffor .a representative of the 'a decent sort of manner, they will\ always D
and Is not at nil choice in Iris selection r commission house of Adam Miller New have his co-operation and best efforts for O
I, of words and White York has been upending a few days with the welfare of the county; and while It Is '
phrases' How J. P. Uavrtolle.Sir. : Hot In his province to seek for the county I
i different is he from the polished a lower rate of Interest he will\ point out
whom he succeeded IV. R. Itardee last and Mrs. II. S. Vail, of Chicago, where lower
butler 1 Well, was over, Saturday and liraMessinger to them they can get a bid I I9
it will not always be thus.. Old looking after his Interests her!'. with their, nun a slater and daughter of Sirs. Vail, are than those already submitted.submitted Ptn

South Carolina will yet wake up toI Mr. and Mrs. Lamont celebrated tlielt23rd spending the senson In 31 rs. S. V. Respectfully =
the fact that they have better men I :.! wedding anniversary last week. Thompson's house. F. II. BO''E.County Treasurer., F FISHING NETS and Wetting of i kvery: De, crlptlon.

than Ben Tillman. Quite a number of our young people Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. n
+ went to Fort Pierce, Saturday evening TRIAD FIVE 1>OOTORS.-Mrs. Frances To cure a cough, atop coughing as it Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
for a little enjoyment L. ::I..Iell. of Missouri Valley. Iowa irritates the lungs, and gives them no 79-81-8:1: E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.
TRAVEl. along tiLl> East: Coast for and writes: "I had l severe kidney trouble for chance to heal ....o1oy'. honey and Tar ...vtentlon Tho ADVOCATE In your letter... ,
the past week or so has been enor Hans and Andrew Christensen years had tried live doctors without hen- lures without causing a strain In throw* _
ThA trains have their mother spent a pleasant afternoon, cOt, but three bottles of Fol y's Kidney tug oil the phlegm like common cough We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen' Association.(
mous. been full
BO last Sunday at the home of J, P. Christensen. "
Cure eurotl me. U. \Yilaon &: Son. expectorants. It. R. Wilson & Son.
t of people arriving from the frozen I II _
I .. .
north that butcher --- --
manyextrn cars have to Mr. Poppell played last Monday -
be added to the trains going south. by killing u nice young lion-not a X E'S j

i Reservation from the north are llret rnzor-buck-clase pork, but one of those that make Ocklawaha River and, Silver Springs steamers. V -.T 0Rse P VIHI CREAMS !;

now that being tourists made far In advance so Mr. Sogard, who was injured, last LUCAS': NEW LIXE. ,..__.J'_ _ _-...._ _-_ ............_....._ ... ly. &.t le Qu.llrr.

East Coast ; and can the get parlor down cars tu the stall week in by,n cow chiming) a cut Ills nut of the The Steamer. Slatamoro" IIf the Lucas Xew Line, started her.winter scheduleup | For 20 Yecrs &!, L"( tiljiio '.::t ii ;.;1 a:;. (\ .w;
go rapidly improving. daughter the Ocklawahn' lover to Silver Springs on Tuesday Feb. 18th, anlla now making .
e C>>L:; Sit. .n..x.-c.. .J.J'c.c=G6"J 1'as.Preparedbrs5 .
through Titusvllle dally crowded iliac Clara, who has beencaching three trips a week leaving. PaUtka Tuesday Thursdays and Saturdays at .

I Travel rapidly Increasing, and school at McLellan, came home, lost Fri. lJil: : p. m., after arrival of trains from Jacksonville anti St. Augustine. Heturulng _____..%...._..........__.lMzl_-"r.: :. -r--. _13ALLLP.O, ft.: Louts."r.
by another week Palm Beach and day will leave Silver Springs' Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 12:30 p. m.,after .
Miami will have a Job to take care Some people seem to think tbat arrival of trains.. from Tampa Orlando and Ooala.. -- -

peaches will not grow liere. Mr. Poppellhas Round Trip SI2.OO Including Meals and Berth
.f so many people. Tttusville, how a number of trres. raised from weed Palatka The Buffalo
Palatka to Silver Springs. $7-OO. Sliver Springs to M8.00Tba Gasoline Motor.
;t not yet crowded, and we planted. one year ago, that are from fourto :
Metantora In tin largest and best boat the and manned the
Lave room for a few more who can. seven feet In heightli and are full of : on river by most
Dot find bloom. Ho also has a grapefruit tree skillful men. Table unexcelled. 'For reservations telegraph or write.J. .

ssuth. accommodations further grown from seed planted March,that ]i. UAUanTOX, Gen. Agent. ....S LUCAS, (J. )f. 4 Cylinders. Variable Speed.

I Is In bloom. Office at Drug Store, corner Lemon and First street, lUlatka, Fla. CEO R._ WALLACE. Agent. PALM BEACH, FLA.

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Our old friend,-Capt. Mercler, Is with Alfred Cox and-wife. former resident 1VIA.E: : JBRC: >S_ '
u. for a few ,
writing life
insurance this place, were calling on Eden fi lends RoYAL Wholesale Dealers In

The Ollberti Bar Yacht Club gives;: its oa Tuesday.J .
annual ball Rt the town 1111\1\ Jensen GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
Friday Feb 21st on n. LeTourneau ranrlo n business visit ..

to Titusville, the metropolis' of the liver, .---...-. -- .
'shot I>addlaon, of us on Tuesday and Wednesday.There Baking PowderMakes --- ---

pineapple a enll crate, Friday material.Mr. soliclcngiorders for are many yellow dogs, but It I III Coiner West Bay And'JI111a Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

h. ; conceded that Hover J. II. Lo'foul nenu'a' -'

: Barton, representing E. Bean A dog, takes the cake, and thereby hangs the bread ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN JHE CITY.

Son, of Jacksonville a.talle. _
was here, last week, -,-
soliciting oulem fur his Hrm. more healthful.
SPECIALIST. Willie Jackson the irrepitwlble representative We are headquarters" for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

EYE Jacksonville. Fla. The Al Fresco hotel is getting its share of feninm-i' & U... .-f h alti- guaranteed genuine.;: We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

ll\ street, of of its bus last MM*thl.elal"11 season guests, quite having a number arrived last more week., was a welcome visitor to t".'e place Safeguards the food your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial nml you w ill be pleased

afAKX BUOTIIKUS Jacksonville Fla.
recently I ,
S. F. Webb hns the .
Sound.' about completed alum. By- \Ve only Sell to Dealers.Eau '
Mr. Merman against
Hobe of Key West owner of Improvement to his cottage, audit looks ,

the Herman orange; grove at Ankon.i, i III very pretty In Its cout of white plaint ______, ._ -___. ___ ._ ___n ._ ____ '.- -- -_ ._ -- -- ----
I again with us. We are glad to with trimmings. .
see him green
of Hartford Alum baling powders are greatest
and wife, here once more. Gallic.E. Artesia.
Tavlor visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mrs. Curtis lit entertaining two charmIng menacen to health of the present, day.Melbourne. .
11'II Cashier C. S. Schuyler and wife of the young ladies lit ties Netherby.: Mia
D. Planters Security Bunk attended Fay and Miss Paddock\ of -sow York .M" ....,o_M. ...._..,
the Cline I I.. busy shippingoranges.
Carrlngton; *
series of cool grey days., S. linndall! took n spin toDsytona, :
'S'remarked : "Thl. weather on meeting Saturday of the last!Gilberts liar Yacht Club, friends of Miss Oertrudo England I .- .- this! wvek.K. Ho estimates his crop nt aXI i ;

I I The Eden O I rncery and Supply! Co. have buildings boles
ootlooahle. Splllcr is painting the new -
III of Bel- The Village' Improvement Association been selling out their Block of merchandise In Mrs Barbour'a John Xberweln recently left Arteslis
pk proprietor have Just put down a carload of shell In at cost for the last week, and our for Cocoa, where he i* busy shipping'
*to ,1, B"l"e Lakes, :Me., is a front of the town hall, adding materially ladies have secured some bargains. and Sfr. E. "'. :Stlekney: entertained oranges) ,

Jo 0Mr.(/ and Mrs. Pltoll.e.wn to the appearance of street and the security Mr. Barton the popular representativeof DUOnK: A lKDKIleal Estate and l.nAn" a ft-w friends on Tuesday Eve: The school at Canaveral opened the
fur Lfiiitl and Liverpool l andlobe
of htnA. m
the Agent
Banner, who bas charge of undeipinning. E. Bean & Co, Jacksonville, has been < IVovlilnur* Washington: and Ann KiraInsur Dr. llA lt>wood will entprtaii} hU 11th Innt., condor the supervision Miss>

.Jensen, makes an occasional Alfred Cox: and wife, of Jacksonville hustling for orders for crates and paper ..noe. 8|>t otaJ attvutkou. paid to.tbeIntvmaU friends at the Avilali rooms thin Week, Francis, of Polk county I IMr

abi\! IItlle home on the Sound, formerly a prominent pineapple growerof for the coming immense crop of pines. _. ._of non-residents.HOTEL. -_._- Archdeacon IV ('. Brown was the niui 111'8.Iabelmer and their I. ; '
filled by Dr. Purdy. .Eden, stopped off, Monday CARtETON-0|>natliey *rr<>i>n.l. fe. laughter Miss Anna left last Friday
shake night; to Mrs W. F. Richards, who Is always .aendwintororeummer Li>. guest of )Irs. Trfiitler, on Sunday last ;: ,
Listen.. Rochester N" Y., has hands with old friends and neigh to other with liRhtfutepott.. < tile Indian* for their hum la New York.
trying give people pleasure o t* l on hlicll bltilT overlooking of J.
with other bors. Mr. Mrs. Jones Xt'wark.N. ,
Kussel They were en route to .
R Cuba .
his Terms moderate.Faaxa
ua her borne and carriage took Mr. Woy'pguests IUv r. New i 4
S RO OIIProprietor.. are visitors! at the Granada hotel, for Mr. and Mrs. Allen, of Jersey,
'Mal gentlemen, have Lobster.planned a ,The Planters Security Bank la quite a for a tide to Jensen on Monday. --- the winter.Mr. have left for their home, after upending ti 1

coda keys aboard the convenience to the business men and Dumond P. Merwln, father of our en- Zf- Subsoilptlons for the ADVOCATK, A few weeks In the Bunny South:\ 1
comforted growers. The Bauk Is of the East Coast will be and Mrs. 'rljhtof Kan"",* Clty! f
0 eood should be a credit to this teemed townsman, A. D. Merwln, arrived the pink paper hotel cool\"ol\tb-
mile Mo. of the Gratwid We have been having some
section and U are guests
received Fostoffloe.
appreciated Melbourne
knowledge that he possesses a Judging by the on Tuesday evening;:, looking as young C
the number of for the season er for a few days, but aa yet, no dotage"
,"_(that was a misprint). Mr. OsJit oustumeis who have accounts. and handsome as when we last saw him, has bean done to the beans or other vegetables. '
proud land owner, and his Trolling/ with\ launch for bluefish at ten years ago. Miss Anna mills was the guest of Mrs. The Brooklyn, owned by New York .
Is promising. Gibbs, last Saturday and Sunday. In Eau Gallie's harbor on
Gilbert parties was'
grove Bar toilet Is
getting to be quite Eden, an usual sent an enthusiastic The rnlii last Sunday war greatly wel-!
ft, pitoii and daughter Miss Abble, popular. Bluefish are getting more party to Gilberts Bar Yacht Club-housa, J. T. Martin, of Itlanta, Ga., Is againne Sunday last oomod by the farmers a* the vegetable I

Kilned a few friends St. Valentine's numerous, and a day's fishing on these last Saturday, who enjoyed the entertainment of tbe happy guests of Hotel Carle- Major\ and Mm.! Clark, of Grand Kup- were beginning! to sutler on account of f I

Adulntj spread was served on the i famous grounds Is a pleasure long to be provided to the utmost, and ton. ids, Mlrh., rontemplate a visit to !)"y. the drought. f {

lllis Pitou, who U a brilliant remembered one of whom brought home a prize. :Mrs Chas. Bolton and son, Master tOil, before leaving for the North The lean In this section are doing

charmed her listeners with music I The Good :Roads Association of this Every once In a long while we do get n Charles, were in town lately doing some An evening was given at tbe Granada well and If there la! no more cold, .the

-g'tad district held its regular meeting' at the prize. bopping. hotel, last week. VerdI were the main truck glower will yet sucocod In shipping
Mr>. Henderson of Munyon's town hall, Friday last. The meeting was We entirely omitted mentioning, last Mr. Wernet:, a nephew of; Mrs. Matilda feature of tile I.'veulng' ainuseiuciitit.! quite number of crates.

J formerly of this place, mailed well attended, Ankona, Tibbalc, Wave- week, one of the most delightful nodal Mlday, of Canton, 0., Is hone visiting his
"exquisite Lllliea of the Valley land aud Rio ware represented. All were function of the season. Mrs. S. F. Webb aunt and cousins. Home very fine orange are yet to be Prof, J, I). Teeter the supervising it
Mrs. Jefferson and Miss enthusiastic on the subject of better entertained at Cllffdale, bar charming shipped from the proves( (III 1)11, near tenfiher of the Drovard county schools
ingnidar Valentine offering.; Gee whiz I roads,and unanimous favor of continuing home, twenty-two of her most Intimate Mrs. L. :Mackworth, Mrs. Otto Carl Kan Gtilllu\ .Irape/rtilt )baa all been paid a vUlt to the Art sla, school, last r'
a, the work done and Miss Adn Mackworth, of Buffalo, N. IIhll'll\n.) week Jle carried back quite a numberof
of balnts St.: Valentine 1st I already this year. lady friends. The refreshments were ,
Y., are guests of Hotel Carleton: book which wen not belutf used by k I j!
One cold very dainty, and nicely served by the Tlialli ght Key. Bishop Crime fray
and wife of .West wave another-not cold I
Sales E. Hamer ,Saturdayday enough to do much damage to popular hostess and her assistants. The Misses Jean and Helen Miller were will vlMlt}<:all (tallle, anil hold services by the pupil!
entertained vegetation
i Beach,by were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. JefIIr. but cool enough to-make pineapples This spot seems to be specially favor home for two days visit, accompanied, by In St Joint's churns on tie evening. of of the Irijrpo '
their friend Wins Ivea of LaOrango. A < I '
lOthof Mnrch.
bloom later and beans
H amor is a clever and able backward. However ed. We still have no damage to report M +
,;lilt, end has entire control of Mr. In spite tit the cold winter, our from the cold. There must be somethingin We are pleased to see Mr. lllnos so It Is rmnoriAl\ that another POll vlItlon I* oftonarun-'Uiwn! lyntem. Weakness,

Jefferson's business interest, on bean growers are making small shipments water protection, and we owe our escape much Improved health that he Is again of spinsters will ehurtIyeoaeofrat the nervousness, hick of apieilte, energy snot G
jit Con t. dally, and pineapple glowers manage to to the deep water lakes west of this able to be out enjoying the outdoor sun resilience of Miss Bridget Alvina. Blathers 'nil>ltlon, with dlHuiilereil, liver mod kidneys '

find a few crates per week. Many of our place. The mango, lemons and limes are shine. Boj8g your gun t tJT. often follow nn attack of this wretch. I'

liJiflflrtons gave vent to a genuine growers have shipped pines continuouslysince all In bloom. The hibiscus bushes s Robert DuBono, of Sewannee,Tenn., U ed rtlsensn, The greatest need then 1 I.I *
bono when the white wings of' tbeijnl" last June.Famlly blaze of glory; and roses, genrtilunm;: the guest of his brother. Dr. Duliose, E. M. Itoilgoiiii, H. U. ItodgKotitind, I Kleotilo Hitters, the "|ilcnilll tonic, blood
hove In sight; bearing their J. A. (filbert are planting out some 1
marguerites and many other plants are and family their pleasant Melbourne hifrltlHi' Kpit\ regulator of stomach, liver
T. I). Allen and wife; DlissTom new varieties! of citrus fruit and other t "
Mtt, In full bloom In the open air home. I and kidney. Thousands have proved.! !
tmdCapt. Gaines. Mr. Al- jars are more often the result semi-trulllt'I'1| fruits thla week I that they. wonderfully, ttrunutheA the

hole winter home la at Oak 11111, of Indigestion than anything else. Dyspeptics There nothing like whispering your Mrs. S. E. Folsom and daughter/ Miss Lansing has of nerVflll, build up tIle s'-stem, and restore) I .1
Dr.: .
educed last year to purchase Cocoas'oiotwhich arc usually. irritable nervous, wants In the dainty pink ear of the ADVOCA.TK. Nannie Folsom of Morrestown, Tenn., flue rained In hU truck to health and good spirits after nn attack
adjoin T. A. Seider'sHobo cranky individuals, who make trouble fraU We mentioned our need of ,a have rented the Phillips cottage;: on the very cabbage In the future the Dortor of Id Ip.. If Nufteilnir, try them. Only flOo. '
i Sound abound. In hypnotloccultinfluenceti. ,,- those around them. Dr.Loynl Ford 8 teacher for our school and had\ four applications bluff, for the season., We. welcome these garden have iiite near anHortinent of 1'eifectMiitlHfactlon guaranteed by J. II. t s
Once here you Dyapeptickle makes the stomach right, In less than three darn, One pleasant people to Melbourne. will an vegetables. Soreven.1EAI4.

douse Charlie." and restore health, and happiness In the of the applicant! !Miss, Bessie Thaxton, .
me A social. dance was enjoyed bya number .. I
household. U.K.. Wlisundt eon. sinter of !Mrs. W. 11? Robinson, or An- Gee H. Wallace, of tilt BnfFiilo Motor '
[itmary the thirteenth, marked an Im- kona, began teaching;: on .Monday of this of our young ball people. last West!Saturday has Co., has purchased the sloop-ynehr, KSTATI: KOUHAM':.

epool1 In the history of lobe week, and our school going on'again evening at West Capt. KonallnU, and taken her tnl.llke'urth..

ai The corner stone of T. A. Sol'inajnllloent Tibbals.Mr. with only a week's vacation much to the Litton enlarged which his ball Improves by removing greatly.the par Thu vessel 1 wan hoiwed In Hodgson's As Administrator of the Estate of
"manor" was laid with the Come boat-yard.
satisfaction of patrons. up 'William'rreeitier dvccasml. We offer at
featyleunil"' eclat befitting the OCOIIII- with yoiir advertisements, friends, this Miss Son Crouch of Morreston, Tenn The management of tine. Chautaiiiiia sale the following, described Real, I' !

Juicph Arthur was called upon to and Airs. Harry Jennings In Fort.rleroe'and MrsDllIlner paper goes all over the country.Mrs. Is the guest of Mra. N. Carter, this win of the Tropli-s, ix dUtrlbiitlng a IHIIIIphlot >private:..tato, belonging to ald Estate!: :
i few remarks. He waa equal to spent Tuesday fer.IIKII! Crouch was In Melbourne last and program that would docrodlt
Miller and to. .. J. II. I."*
John No. 1. Hold.NO. .
.seegta y. "Joe" la rarely gifted shopping.Mrs. / year during the Chautanqiia. and was so to a Hindi larger/ town than Melbourne.
tumor eloquence and nimbleness L. J*. Sawyer entertained the T. Tournenu went on a "picnic last Thursday.elE' well pleased she decided to be here for May allHiict-psHattenil our sinter town's 2. All of 8, of NEJ, l Sectional: ,

"wie." \Impromptu effort elicited B. Club on Thursday, and all had. a very to entertainment Ankona, Is peculiarto the Chautauqua of.11X12./ ) efforts.V.. T. Wells la one of the primetnovers Township 27 South, Uangn 07 East, covered .
laughterand cheer. Mrs. Snider pleasant time. This form of and most iirogretmlve member with water Ding I In scud Fan: Oallle
of distances.. A startIs and Mrs. Goodner again
this country long are among
bluilnngly radiant. Refreshments Mrs. Ella Brown, of Newark, N. J., made el\rlyln the morning, and plentyof the pleasant guests of Hotel (Carleton on the executive: : com in It tee. Bluer snot Knu Oallle Tiny, containing
RriMlna drunk about Ao:< riaol'O or less.
tlulawo and toasts acres,
and Mis. J. 11. rUllrneall, of Eden lunch provided. Calls are made until after spending sometime at Palm Koncli, on yet seen J, A. (Illbert's"pussies' '
long life of T. A. Snider and wife. No. 8. !Sold.'
were pleasant Cillers In our burg on lunch time, when the hamper Is produced Miami and Cuba., We lire pleased to No admission within thewired of HW1 Heotlon
j nr the Invited A. Piton No. 4. Thnt& pnrtldn ,
were ;
Ke.Jos. Arthur: and wife. Mr. and Monday. and to 'save time. Is eaten as the hear them say that they are glad to be enclosure. Tills specimen! of the :211'oWDslilp 87 South!\ 1t.,0j(0Il7 East; J
Hardy Mr. Mrs. Inslee C. The winter crop of pineapples continue horses walk through the shady woods. back in Melbourne agaioi We are gladto feline family took first prize at the rat oomnieDcliig at a point 370 tuul West front i
Pbejps, II
etetwo and wife Charles 11111, Miss\ to /go forward in small quantities, Then, at tbe next calling place, the have them heie. show In St' PSIII.Mlnn. "'Sis": and her Northeast corner post on (4 Heotjon line, Mies T. L. Snyder and the fruit la very large and of superior horses' dinner is produced and they eat The East Count Chautauqua will begin kitten arrived safely. per evpressonSunday a* afoiDmild l and 1)0) feet Mouth:! of "lld-.
and Mrs, bhultz.Sell.vert T B. Alley arid quality. while the ladies visit. The do only lunch at.Melbounre, 00 March :2nd. It Is to be raRe. When asking, for ail in Uslou Section llnft for a ,tl<loItIJulut, tltonov\

'a .MlMws Dell and Edith Crawford, Miss entertained a buck Is that all people not make hoped a large! number of our river people don't itiuiitlon the AI VOCATR. run South M foot, thanes Kat IOU feet, k

.Purely and a number whose names few of her lady friends from Buffalo on the same time, and one Is sure to but will take advantage: of the two week jA.'(Islher0 carried a large party of tji nno South 1 ,I/O: feet, thence West to
They are the guests of that several calls\ while people are The Kactlnn line thence North JVJH:! ft, thence
tot recalled by the ADVOCATE cor- Sunday. better of payingour Cbautauquaat Melbourne. program Eat iaUle'i visitors over to Old Oeeati, ,
Jont.< home-like aad oosy little hotel, tbe we have no way promised Is a splendid one, and a- rare this week A most enjoyable time was East 717 filet,' more or Ins*, tea point 1X '

Netherby. daily io far. treat Is in store for all, who attend. passed by lie party on beard, among Net \Veituf Southwest norms of plat of p

" 01 peopl81 testify to the merits of Mrs. Emma Sajlor and daughter, Mls the Ladles' whom were noticed Mr. and Mrs. Colby, Harno, tlienee .l/uufU; t&Oeet( ,i tlionco
The }
entertainment given by
1l 1Saeln\ curing plloi. It Imme- Alice, who have been traveling through "I have always used Foley's Honey and Guild at Hotel Bellvue, last week, was Mr. and Mrs. I'lngrey! Mr. and Mrs.Alne East. 750: foot to VVenlb slda of,, .V.K.: C. li
1 trglievesacd quickly :'cdres' ,No England France and Germany during Tar cough medicine, and think Itthe best w<>rth, Mr. ami Mrs. Htlckne.y Hallway riglet.of.way thence T QftUoo

I se healip h Wjlson( .rte.Soa., past seven months, are now at their One In tile world; says Oh as..Bendera new*, as little usual a to, big the success adding fund., a neat'The Mr. Morrell, Mrs J. (I I. :'Clark, Mr*.' .West skin of F. F., V. Hallway right-of-.', rr
home at.South Aakona, much' to.the delight -. dealer of Erie, Pa. Nothing else as good. sum rendered parsonage by the Mesdames Coon, Mrs (llll>ert. Miss Rose Horlmlcri'Minn ; way P<) feet, tlinnce F.hst: to point of befctnnlng I

'v '" of their boat of friends B. K. Wilson A Hon.)\ pmgrsm.was bell the Beach Mls KeMa Korhslcr, Mini.. / exeeptlng'raUroad right-of-way .1 lIthrough.aiol
E.M.Campbell C.J.. r. '
Waveland.llierUBar ) f. Ml.. Faith laud.Containing about 2&
: Matte ; lUidgnon, Mlsi*. Htlckney, "
of New York, Misses Florence jlodgsoo. Drown
F. I-iangenbaoher, Thl
Oeo. Includlou the County road. l
Cad acre A"
Coon' Mlia Resale HiMl (non; .Ir..
and ,
----.0: look Matilda Ceserea Mlday
was a recent visitor to this place, Ankona. Mlday. field Mrs. Major .Clark and a large, treat bee a younff grove of GOO or OOO ; .
:'I, met after bis plaerv and also the prop- Messrs..!. A. Gilbert and John Nicholson It,and artesian. well eto.No .
, YacbtClub again Ing,? party of fcenllemen. The'! party had tree*on an, .
'day the 15th.-1. Mr.,' Bessejpt erty of MM J, Tibbals, of which he .' .Thanks are due W. R. Crfniphell Ulnner on the beach, and returned with A. ,," Southeast corner .f i' I .

some pleasant visitors '''from his Is general ro.-nager. Mr. Langenbacher Mrs. E. Matter returned on friends" tor the use of the hotel for that evening. the usual amoontof.tas, sunburn anil lot now,or fermerlyeownsdbyJsL.llarq:| f

"j"on the :bt. Lucle. About 40 adults has many friends in this. vicinity who always from a visit of several days to shells about ft o'clock p. rn.,. giving the I rtfvn, lb uo. rua.9I1tb across.\'. Elbow .

children| assembled;.(luncheon, I welcome blrol: and relatives at Jensen. Micco. skipper three cheer, arid) separating to. creek to North boundary. of land belongIng -, I 'r

4'' such the game of "progressive;: I Ilute" The most Interesting that has Mis. J. Howard LeTonrnau and Mrs. '" their various homes. ,wl...hlng! to have ;to- Wm.Tretitler,, ibencfl East along I 'fl

IVas plt yed.13 table'being r.1 been held by the Good Roads Association John Miller, of Eden Fla., were very -t" another trip In the near future.: I y eotln line which U the North1: 'boundary \

std I w that all could taktf a- part. of tte Fifth District of Brevard Co., pleasant callers here on Thursday Mr. Knlckman, Brooklyn, a regular --- --- of WmT1'en'tle..lan'
'' "toggla: for prlner caused much, held on Friday last at the Jensen winter visitor here, arrived some days Work. of Elbow ornek, thence Viimt. along bankof
"eineni. The'ladles' highest score Town was ball. The attendance was the The ADVOCATE I la getting more popular ago, Ip eompanv with his friends, llessra.Mayers Million I'ut to \ aald cmk" topolat'of beginning, being t I

'lion by Mrs. Gallager, the gentlo- since It waa first organised. One than ever In this favored pineapple Schroder and Dr. Crump. Mr. ,The wonderful activity of the new century In etctloe.21'Iceanshlp27South: Hln <

Ft1bf? 31r. Aston and the consolation of largest the best.features of the meeting was section and nearly everybody reads It. Csiioo of Mew York arrived a few days U shown by so enormous demandfor 87J2at>,, Tbl)land I.I covered with the i

," reject Ively by Mrs. Merwln and that each and every member was delighted Miss Bessie Thaxton sister of Mrs. later. All stopping at the Bertlcson the world'' brat worker*-Dr. King's wa&... of the cree!,. of t
Gtnotlemen's; asL billiard table 'occupied with the past results, and expressed : W. II. Robinson, ban accepted a positionat House. New Life Pllis.. For constipation sick No. a Part of *-dlvl.lon' of Jot 21, n

kdeperteore attention till the time themselves ready to do all they Eden, as teacher of a three months' Almost continuous cool weather has headache, bllllonsnrs, or any trouble of Houvtyn'a addition to Eau:!: Uulll, cornea ': ,

The members ot, the could tq further the Interests of the Association private school. prevailed here for two weeks, but bill stomach, liver or kidney they're unrivaled of Ilouiton street and street through the* t
,asre looking forward with great and alsogood roads. 'J'he question Oallle done no damage. Tender vegetable were Only:ZlCat J. B. tkrreven drug store. Koech addition, frAotlng 10.1 feet oaHouton
faro' to their annual ball at the town of circulating; a petition for a 7-mlll l Oeo. F. Paddlson;of Eau passed orders seriously hurt earlier In the winter, but aroet.No. ( *
artJenaen. on the 2ht Inst., improving roads In the through here recently, soliciting/ the most delicate fruits and shrubbery
; special tax: for for pineapple crates; and the drum- Malabar. 7. Commence about 0 chain 85
eventually brought up. have far escaped untouched. Orange
so Northeast of
Sthdistilctwas for fruit are too numerous to mentlon. link Went from corner
UD and every member present was In mers trees are putting on the baldlOmellt.Inon. section 20,net Section line between Mvo-
Fort !
Pierce. bhattuck of i ... deal
roads: E. .J. !- Avar BAAII a good Blinks:
favor of Rood tlon17and W, run WestUohaln ,
circulate the pe- I Itltlon. effort In being made by our citIzensto ; cropis I Mlilpment of pineapple, orange and
-. Eden was appointed to An church socie.ty of the present still on the trees.S. bean being made flay. thence South 10 chain B4 link, thence a
three-II. Jennings an Independent are / every \
(!.r.Sbattl1ck. committee of organize Greene of Rhode. Island who already South(10 dfRree* flu)* cond*, Kant :.1 chain
W. ,
< of Eden I cl"lI'chn .
was a pleasant :Waters- with view to building a
and J. a la I for '
tar" in town, Monday. F. )(. llama rock occasion. The services of has considerable Interests In pineapples A full crop oranges toKau Uallle River thence follow the
' appointed to Investigate the some future has next year, a* the trees are starting to shored( Eau Oallle ltlverlu, an Easterly t''
were havo been scoured and I oranges bore, just purchased -
,'Jl.Jfe'lt' n, of Lantana wan a pleas- moiond Iff Dad county, owned lude by county Bre- tile Hev.Mrs.Mr.Savior Sawyer has kindly given the use of Mrs. T. C. Till her home pure grow and are blooming profusely. direction to a 'llncdue Mouth tram place '
In town, Tuesday yard county, and.hell other mounds In south I of her house (the late Higglnbothatn In the heart of town, consisting chieflyof A number of the pupil of school are of beginning thence north to point of Q

!"' ?' Richards and family were rock, as well sall I ) I for one year. The people have .a full bearing grove'snl' large Porto busy picking beans and strawberries, beginning/ containing V acres more or
N'ros. place) ,
end rack under shed. Two dwellings school be leu. and known a* the Kitcboll) place
"I'ricada Rico the attendance at to
la town, Tuesday. members are much In favor of occasion to feel quite encouraged at jheprospect. pinery, causing .
he face the bluff and along filer extends small. No.' 8. 7f EJi of Section 28. Township '
' 'I Bobt. Unnard returned;last week, Jo reaaonabevrate It can be outsidersare I Into tbe river. The propf'rt1la known Quite a number of the young peopleof ft: South, Ilan/(e 37 Enst, containing IB*) I I n 1I
tlaYA| visit down the river. a and many rock for our The orange and grapefruit;: crop have along this section of the river all the V. Malabar attended the mooting of 'the acre, less. railroadright-of-way. l tl o is

Hml Jeanin"r desirous of purchasing' met with a very ready sale, thl season, 1[. Harris place and Is admirably loca' last ; O. f Hectlon 2S I I {
and family of Tibbals which would also tend to fruit in sold. The Literary<. at Melbourne, Fit- No. NWkf '" Township
all tbe now
nPlea ant visitors private use, the I and nearly ted. The purchaser will at once begin South 37 KM
In town, Taewlay. It Is the duty of cold spell bad the effect of stopping day evening. 27 bangs Kant containing t
expenses. I recent
'Cr extensive: Improvements.
Ind l Mis, Jlldgeway, of Phlladel- lnvesigatlncommirtee/ get/ all informstion their progress for a short time but ---- )1,. and Mr*. Purely and daughter;: acre, less railroad rlKht-of-way.
tiro registered at the Fort 1'eirce possible, to aid our County Commissioner -I the trees are now beginning to put out Mrs. Bear, and son and Mr. Falconer, of 1'1'0.10.' U IiO-lOoameif, less railroad
J. F. Iell: In hi.. ontlrln et an abundance of bloom another fruit- Ss\c Her ClillU'N Mfe. Chicago RIO here for the winter, stoppingat riahtt-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and ofNKU

:1e t"rrlste at the various hotels are obtain good roasts for the Zith I aga. A good;: many white spots are vis-I.I "In three weeks our chubby little boy )Ir. Araoll's.Iln'klen'rs. of NW4, Section S. Townhlp,27 J
-lag floe district In which direction he has done I able through the pineapple fields since was changed by pneumonia almost to a Mouth, Range 37 Kant; known a* J. I-
yprt, a" fishing here Is ext" -
'at now.1e wOOllerlnd r existing circumstances; the List frost but all the bloom was not skeleton," writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of Stewart place.No. R

and we take pleasure: In calling! attentionto I fir enough advanced, the injury to the, Pleasant City, O. "A terrible cough set AruU-u Halve. {L T.ohln In.llIt,block 4, Town I
' hr. Clack held services I In the the columns of the The beet and mot famous compoundIn
lhfact through crop Is very slight. In. that, In spite of a good doctor' treatment of Eau Oallle.
"neget,"1 IaoRe'< 'h." '"" : .ionsnlogaod J\DVOCATE, tllo8 .ell known supporter. of for several weeks, crew worse every the world to conquer ache and kill No. U.: Lot 1, block .I, Town of Faa
ongrega road* movement for great of )Marshall We then used Dr. King's New Die pain. Cures cut' heal* burnand brnhvub'lur -
, the "ood 1 W. W. Umbarger/: grocer;: day. Oallle. Quit claim deed for this only-
.ii'J"; k'' r left for Kentucky, Mon- many years. Mo., writes : "Fuley's Honey and Tar Is eovery fur Consumptionand our darlingwas Cs, IntUmmstlon, masters pile*. held under Tux Title.
UMUB his on the market torn sound add well. We are sure M1111>n*of1)uttllllOld yearly. Work wooden -
for cough cure
telegraphed ns tbe best' for prlc4 and term sddreser'F.
er W.'A' l11We trust by this J.Iambert.. of Rachel X. C. writes: I have used most all kinds and am this grand medicine Hired: his life." Million In boll, ulcers, felon. skin 'erup
erheis "n the to "I heartily endorse Fol1'a Kidney Cure. I that there Is no other so good for *) know It's the only ore cure for tion. It cure, or no pay. 27 cent ac J. A. MOHQANand W. II. Jmn4.Aa ,
way recovery. aDd
It will do. sure hcreven' drug store. i Administrators of the Kstate of Wm.
J. B.
what you claim and old, and especially for coughs colds and all lung disease B.
' H does both young ,
I :
to It, and l I thank T r.a tier,deceased.Titus .
nothing equal We never without it In tbe 8cr*>ven guarantee;: satisfaction. SOc,
, II children. are
0.1 l cured there "
tawl fthe? chl">la>n quickly for ti.esood: It IIIIA done me. Accept bouse." B. K. Wilson son. Trial bottles free jam' The AOVOCATK doe job printing. vlll., Florida
. most healing reme IC. Wilson .t Soo_
"" no D.
wurlil,| J}. R. Wilson !Son. aubstitnte.


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How. AniaaoJ Knew of r.._.. of Are The Graham Hotel PAL TXA. FLA.
...1. Partially
In a spirit of abandon Duvld O. Near steamboat landing and opposite the office of the Ocklawaha Ri

I Walker, custodian! of Lord's park In y.o Steamers. Rates, 2.60 to $3.00 per day.; Special lour rates weekly

Elgin III., thr w an old toothbrush Into monthly. LEE A NYE, PtoPrie

I the monkey. cago at tbe park the ,
other afternoon. Ilia aatonlsbuicnt became Al/TAJUONTK SPRINGS.
o T!. I& 4Kf
amazement when on visiting the

monkey cage be discovered/ tbe entire The ALTAMONTE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange "n,

family ,of monkeys gathered around Open January t.

Jocko the largest monkey In the cage Beautifully located among the tall pine and bearing orange groves.

... Small crops, unsalable vegetables who was In tbe act of vigorously. applying ridge overlooking two beautiful spring fed lakes. First-class accotnmo.l On.1!

result from want of tbe almost hairless brusb to Ills for 160 guest at rates. that will please you. Steam heat open fires
1 Irregular teeth and red /gums to the lighting plant, electric bell. Excellent cuisine, white help. Finest bla;

amusement of tbe entire monkey popnlutlou. fishing boating and hunting; beautiful walk and drives; bowling, billf
who chattered and gesticulate n I tennis clock golf, golf etc.-all free to guests. Our water supply Is frl

Potash.Vegetables la a wild manner Walker approacll.f'd. famous Altamonte Sprlngt on hotel grounds (the equal of Poland water)
Ideal winter home tb or pleasure. Send for booklet.

Custodian Walker said that the aspect OEO. E. BATES, Owner and Proprlu
ll1 are especially of the monkey brushing Its teetb "The Grande" Mount Vernon, N. H., In.summer.

i fond of Potash. Write for was tbe most remarkable that baa ever
been brought to his notice In his long LIVE OAK.
our fret pamphlets.
service as animal keeper and custodian ---

i GERMAN KALE: WORKS, of the park. 'He Is at a loss to account .
7 1 9j Nana Si.,New York. for tbe -monkey's apparent knowledgeof Hotel Oakes, LIVE. OAK, FLA.

the usage to which brush of this

kind Is ordinarily pat, say tbe Chicago! Tri-W celdy Sailings I I.Under the moat new liberally management.conducted Cater hotel especially of It*/;price to the In the commercial State. The travel ho.

Inter Ocean but offers tbe suggestion been renovated refurnished and
Free and I i thattbe little animal might han witnessed BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK first-class. J. RUSSELL MOORE Everything, Proprleto 08 i
Accented Masons.Tltusvllle .
; \ I an operation In which a toothbrush .
la used on one of his visits to the -
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) NEW YdRlt
bone of the custodians at the park.A .

Indian No.90 The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe
War.'.. .0 HI* 11'.1..... Hotel Ave. and 15th etreel

River iii We wish to bring to the notice of the Kelsilgtors'Fifth
New and Southern Lines. New York.
friends of A. I.. Gilland that his physician Clyde England

.1 Large? Florida. has Cautioned him against any Direct bervloe Between Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan.
Hold. Ite meetingi the axioml and fourth ICrlayoCeaoh ..uMeli'atoM.. .
month' a,1 tbe late Armory Titus or Jerks snys the Aitcll Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.:
rlUe,at T:ao o'uliMik I p. m. UCan.1 Anchor. It has been tbe customrmny ,
't' .s. R. Walker, Worehlpftil MaM.r.II time when greeting the old (Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways), GEORGE o. HOWE proprie
J.L.Cerruther.Benler Warden. Late of the St. and other
\ Buckingham, Florida hotels
T. H. gentleman to take
tfMkUen Junior Warden. advantage of his extreme ,BEMI-WEEKLY: SAILINGS'
J.:M.: Mxon, Trwnurer.V. tlckllohneM. The Bonthboilnd........................ .. ....... ........ .. .......... .from Lewli Wharf. Boston
A. Moncan surgeons any ... .... .. ....... ..... Jacksonville
i Hmirecary Northbound.... .... .. .. ., from foot of Catherine Street, 43th Street
J. A. Hufcliet,Chaplain. that A man of bill nature after undergoing THE HAMILTON bet. Broadway and Sixth: Avenm
J. H. Scntven, Senior IJeaoon. -.ter
I.,. 1 K. K. .Junior Ueaeon.M. such a critical surgical opera NEW TORK.
/ of' .O. Van land.nxbani. Senior Steward. tion would be liable to be badly Injured Clyde St. Johns lliA'cr Line.
K. M. Taylor,Junior Steward. by a'' sudden Btnrt. Therefore his A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central 'and Desirably
t P. W. It,bert, Tyler. ( ..)
friends should not greet him In the old BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANKOKD.Stoppingat : Located. With every Comfort and Convenience.

: way by poking their fingers In his ribs. Palatka Aitor 8t. rranola, IMrenronlIteljuiJ, ), slue !!airing.ami lutarmodlaMland* Furnished and Unfurnished.
: Inge Ita""",,'..l A MARVEL IN GEORGE \W MORTOX.iii
I, FINANCE. Fuel .*.... For w '0... STEAMER: "City of Jacksomllle. .

The pacer Den-riur, with a recbrd of CAFT. W. ...BIIAW.!

L 2:30.: was won In a riffle the other *"9 APFOI.1TKO: TO SAIL roLLOWrti .
Leave Jaokaonvllln 3:JO in., 8unday.'rueedat.aud'Thnredeye., THB! EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
p. :!
Profits of a New YorkBanking on an Investment of CO cents. ..
1 Leave IM.'ord.:80.: m Mondaiv eduwday aim VriilM> is PARADISE/ REGAINED."
tbe New York Times. The Northbound Read
nya lucky Southbound.Read down 8OHKUULK. up.
(! House. man I la William Frdaer. who Is an express Leave >:af>nm. ..... ..........Jackaonvl le .... Arrive IIKABJU. h ...
.. ....... ......... ... ,. ... 1Tl'
r.- "ttta? .. ':vn orf II:411 |>ni ... I'alatka. Leave "::001''''
' .eP tbe Long Island railroad *..10........... ....... ......Aitor . .. a-JHiui.
at Jamaica. N. Y. Chariest W. 4:11Oal1l..8t.I'"I. .......... t I"p"" "' .
f BIOH EETDB53 FOB'THE FABTHEB3 Bmltb. the C ...........,.. e..rordDe..aIl.I( ) ............. 11:1111.0.' FLORIDA' EAST COAST RAILWAY.
l soap manufacturer pdt up BluaHurliige ,...... llOUi>iu.Arrive .'
1 the horse at a raffle the chances.ranging BdOau: ::::::::::::::.:'::...ttanfonl .::::::. ': dum.; .

.. ... from 1 cent to .S2.ased Ticket 2O4 -W. Jacksonville.A. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect 15 19
i 41 .1. Plraa Clea>r.d ,.ooo. oo Gen'l Passenger and Office Bay StM ., January ,

/x, Jl.a.a>d Gain. a..a.MJ\ ; .:" '1".I1..e Chamberlain's C ngh : .O. HAOICRT JCa I'.. Fan.. AI" ., r.M. luo N:.11 j\U JbR: ,oJ a., ,Ia. ......Art.. IOU1NaOUNl?-llIAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-HUD UPJ
<..;<*a Steel UBeUrwrltJr-__lor Remedy for a number of years and haveno 19 State 5a., New York I SO* Went Kay at..Jacksonville, Fla.THO8. .
D. HAUCY.: LoadlMiahtAgent. I0.F.LOVkl.L.Aaat.Eta.[r ,.
:p.r....'. their. Aloa. A........ hesitancy saying that It la the beatremedy font lloitan IIC,.,)'..,keoo"III., Fla. I Fool Hogan H..Bupt, ""kllOo"I1I..1'1a. ."..1 ."..211 .Nwta."... MAIN UNI.IStpUMp ., ....,.....'4..U.Nale
for molds and .
coughs I have
croup JOHN. U HOWAlUl18uperloCODd.ot, root Koran 81.taollaon"W. Via.
tlT i ... TO Per C..! .f 11I.1_. ever cited in my family. I have not wordsto THEO. G. ICOICB. er. WTM. f CkYUK. UU..General Agents.
> confidence In this remedy. Cbeaebrooga Building! State St.,Oppoelte Battery Park, New York. TUB 40ai'66 Lv. Jacksonville...
express .Ar
On one of the news slip* that are left my . : ::.9o. r10p IOOp 7bDa
-Mrs. 'J. A. Moore North Hide Mich. O. II. WALTON. Ascent. Titusvllle. Fla. 45 Jack.onvtil.Lr
Intermittently during tbe day at almost I bp ; COOs1064. ....S& .tore...... In p'Itip'i'io'o"e'd'it:
For Dale by all druggists and medicine .. ... It 97. .. B..f :, .......
} : p.
all of the offices of bankers and brokers dealers. o'iap.i,401 pj :>aU4ta ..::......Pat...;:...... i'uo'i'CeD "
+ In New'Y6rl there .....,. ....... ....... ......... ....... ....... .......

1 ; appeared the otherafternoon **.... t.IIR.r..e. LI... The Seaboard Air Line i ....... ....... ....... ........'.Brnneit..4 p p....... ... ... .......

tiln a paragraph substantially a* "Wherein lies tbe difference! between Railway'I I iND .1''t'p1041a i ; HItil f. :n.:::....:..Onoond.. : :::.,._...:: 0 .4b0
; follows, writes [Holland the regular photography and courtship7" he aaked.softly. !if i ''I'j .. lOMa ..... Bartona.: ...?..... I 4OIp I11p 488
} correspondent of the Philadelphia ....... ....... }I .....::Port Oranire....... ifp ....... ?
u'oa'aia'iea 11 ; ....... .. p
'Up 10 Ne.w 8mrrna..M s'I0p 119C
Press, under tbe date of Jan. 23: "It Is "I don't know she replied. VEStlBULEn II ..'. .'. ..'. ... ....... Oak: Bin.: ....... /1 $ p... tip ....... .......
i 1 the understanding that one New York 00p1507 141p :Tttutvtlle.. 1IIp
I46p 5iia
house earned tbe "In photography, be explained "the Capital city Route. 3 atpi :;:...:.. .Ooooa. ....::::: ( lOp 2 ....... .
banking during year negative Is developed In tbn dark room 148a 4'6Op11DOp 1.01'i .........R.III..djfe. ....: ; 881' 1181
1 1001 profits aggregating $17,000.000 ox- while/ In SA L IU/liTEb 1: ....... .3p ....... 1 aip .......Ban Gaul........ Slip /91p. .. ..
that U where the
couitahlp .a ...... ....... .
Up Mp Melbourne. ....... 11 .... .
i f, elusive of the profit tbat'm.y come to affirmative Is developed.1She The Shortest Route. ....... ....... ....... I I' ........ Sebaatian ........ 11 8 a....... .411p.09 ...... .......
bl this blinking 'house aa a member of the blushed but made IHS ....... ...,.....8* Lnole......... 0 4Ta '.' ....... .......
no answer."Let TRA! $ 67. a r'iip 'i'tip 1...... Fors fleme ....... 1O 40.12 iIp IOOpt218a
l United States Steel Financial Underwriting us." he suggested "proceed tod8'elol The Best Line. ..... ....... 'HI' ..... 10 M. .. ... ....... ....
...... ....... :."ix'bbaii. :.::
syndicate., 1 ..... 101. .... ...
1 ) an affirmative.There DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE ......: ....... I IOp....... .. 1Id.: ..,.......... III 98. .. '.: ....... ..oo.......
This little paragraph Is an echo of M being no objections, It wa. WurdeIrd. Only /line with Double Dally Service. Including Sundays to ...... 1 ....... lIS .......::..1.110.......... 111 06 a...:... ...... .......
report which la quite generally believed BAVANNAtT RICHMOND I IWASIJlNO'1'ON. -- ..... ....... 48p .... ".. .Stuart .... 8 M a....... ....... .......
to be accurate and vvblob has In -Chicago Pout."All COLUMBIA JAMI EN snimiUKN PINEJ. ....21 ......, ....... 17p ....:.. Hope So.n4.; :::.... 198 x ....... ....... ....... .
; ? bevn ItAl/riMORB.: PHI I. XDKI.PIIU.. NEW YORK. .uuII.: ... h .hU_ w_.. J.m..... .. .. ...
circulation In the Wall atrvet districtfor ----- WITH PULMAN'S BEST CABS. T 40aMa- ;.8-:1;: "t.S'P UP.-- ) Ar.'Weet'PalnTBoaoh:Hi:; i Ma 104' a' / .p 3ODp"

v some ten day or two weeks. The Barnum'. The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a aullrt! HIbilled( train Btj Augustine andJaok.ovlll. Ma II SOOar.J..I' 4q!i I' J 15 1H..Th..Hotel Royal Breakers.Polnolana..<... 810 826a1815a a 10 10 a] liplOliQp

( ,- only,difference between the unprlnted to New York, consisting. Dlol ll. Compartment' Composite, .. MaUOTa eons ; p 19p 5p 5 _Hotel Royal ,Poinelaoa. II 10 a 10 0a 00 p 10 P

rumor and the brief news paragraphcirculated Observation( and Drawing Kuom Sleeping Cvia. .a. .II..Ua... .I..Mpe'iVau'iaV... .4OOp..... I40p! .......w.. ..Borntou..L.. Palm: Beaoh..Ar ROOaieT5a ...10..aMei. ....DOl'... .,......
the other day I is that the report \ Monkeys Only /line opel aU nit dally through Pullman Car Service .Jaoksonvllle New Orleans 10 CM)a ...:... ....... ...?...1 .....Yo'tLaudevdale.' ..., e MaMa :...... ....... ..oo, .
11.0. .. 0 tip ....LoIllO..CUJ' ... n ....... ..
that circulated from reservations and further Information write. .
mouth to t For sleeper 4 11485 110 0 60 p Ar. Miami .. .Lv 1110. lidoa'S08 .
mouth woe more dednlM aa to Bguru A. O. MAcDONKLI., Ast. Gen Pass. Agt. Jaoksonvllle, Florida.
aDd as to the Identity of tbe banking well-all happylotsof J. M. BARR R. E. L. BUNCH.I. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St.. Augus

i' house which colD ue4 this nnp ral- fun" That is the V. P.Jk O. )l., Uen. Pass. Agt. jrAoxsomrzxjui. : TO II'!'. ''.&.V V8onJfJl.
rh. Haled ..cNev.meaL'V regular PO TS OUTlI. VA.

!,'be earlier. : report put the figure np. report from the monkey cage --- ... Ma 5.2 Ne.43 Ns.fll * I*

(.entlng the. profits at $ and Lv. Jacksonville........... T Wa s 00 a 4OalOBOa p/ 00 p I f0 p l
V. weatloned the same of u.. banking cf Barn urn's Circus ever since Dixie Flyer Route. Ar at. Anvamlne,..,.....I 8 lea a 10 n0 a tU I t tST. / I ciw 1 ti p5!

bouse which bad experienced this ns- ATJOTjaTMTB TO JAOKSOirVTXJJa.I .'
k l paralleled *. I the keepers _began dosing the NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, A ST. LOUIS:: RAILWAY, and
sflnb did 0o more than toDntptnthe WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD, N.8 N..Ir iN. is Bi 1Y NCI 4 e l11 Na.7 N.T4 Ne.30'
t monkeys with ,Scott's Emul ;
partnership name of this 'tr *. Ma 15a.
banking |
com- route of the- Jaek.oon.jth "' l /
: .... : floe
Yet Ar. T Ml 00a| laal o 6 IMl8CIZBDTJZ.BS
pany. every one associated. the report sion. Consumption was carrying CHICAGO AND FLORIDA, LIMITED TRAIN ,
with the pre-eminently active and and O' 'BRAH01Ti.rH''; 8:
rgnlxing' banking Institution in New off two thirds of them

men hate had conspicuous pan In rart- every year and the circus hadto The Chicago. and Florida- Limited'Jacksonville.Is quickest train from St. Augustine and *.' /Nag NwI111Nst. iwoe 0T.4TIOX*. ,N.dT N.4/1 Ne.11 N..S17TT '

ous the organizations past ten or twelve and reorganisationslu year. buy new ones. 'Louisville St. Louts and Chicago with Pullman'sflneat Lv.' B.JaokeonvlUe.Jnik sonvl e... s 55e e a 1 plol.a p 10 10 Npp Ar.E.rl'tka Lv.PalatkaUili C59c111 1 15.1| iiV1411 D 1

The exclusion of the earnings of tbe One. Observation add Drawing Room, Sleepers Dining oars etc., through; without Pablo Beaeh.... a UaUa 50 p l6 Wa 40 p
United State. Steel day a keeper accident. change The famous Dixie Filer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta, and AtlanUoBeaeh.Ar. pOto Ma P BA8T AXATKA TO PALATXAKATPOBT
Underwriting syndicate Mayport ,:,.,, ash. lI 11105 00 p
Martin to St. Louis without change.
from this estimate la 'probably broke bottle of STATIONS.STAtlOXf. Ne.4 *Na.SO N P'
ally a ) Scott'sEmulsion relative to schedules TO JACIEORVILLH.
due to the fact that, while this For Information rates, etc., write to. '
--- +- tv.B.g'1'lkiAr. $ 4
e 4 a C 445111 4 a D
has been practically liquidated near the monkeycage 'I'. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt,'Jacksonville, Fla. Na.f !Ns.11llMs.20 Patatka 9 51 all| Crt a 1| Cl p 07 I

tbe pool disbanded and probably lax C. ]C. IIAIIMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. jI. F. SMITH, Trafflo Manager iv. Mayppri ....... 4 Ua 4 o4 11 SAW MATBO BBANCH
r ser part If not all of the profits hare and the.monkeys eagerly Atlanta, Ga. Na.hvllle/ Tenn. AtlaalleBeaoh.PabloBeaab S MaMa O pll on
Ne.l1.5e.6S N..4d
been received nevertheless the syndicate BTATIOXS.Mp
JaokaoDvllle. 1 ffaT pp
has not been formally disbanded lapped it up from the floor. Ar. Jaek.onvllle... Ha 17p11 p ., aat a.. r eMaSAli1rORD
| a o6 ajAr.,Ban Matoo, v
and Its affairs
permanently closed. This suggested the idea that it BKANC3I.
Of' course the report has been the PLANT SYSTEM. OHANOR CITY BBAKCH.Ne.3 .

main subject of discussion and of comparison might do them good. Since Ne.1l 8TATIOMI. Na.12 .2 *1irnr
with other achievements Obit I.V..v""Tl u"T"l ..........Ar18a
In the great then the monkeys have received "'" S ............... Mime............... /7 p p Lv..N. Bniyrna..Ar 4 p I
way of rlcb earning, all through Ma ..............0.te.n..I Up 11 n .Lake Helon .... 1 UPU
the financial district It Is said that doses Th Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connectljos: M* ..,,,,,,,.,,Knterprtie..,..,. U DO a 45 11.eae..Onn.C1 .Ir45pI
regular and the keepers 910. Ar,,,,....... .,..... Lv P y.-
Banford ..., I'Dally.
these figures represent.. a reasonable Income To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond 11 OOa 4 00 p 11 4Aa Ar Or.OltyJe ,Lv 10 E

upon a capitalization.. of $3UO.OOO. report very few deaths from and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia .Train*D IJy do eeep Onndav. tCallr except Monday. 11Sunday olny.
not copal stations time U eaown.
OOO so that, looking at the matter from and Washington.
consumption. Of course it's Theee Time Table show the times al which trains may lye oted to arrive and df
this point of view this bunking Instltu. To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattaaoofto. The 1>'A from the everal etatlone.bat their arrival or departure al the timer orated U not guarant
tion stands relatively second to the cheaper to buy Scott's Emul.siol' N, via Monttfomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah Colombia therefrom.nor does the Company hold llaalf reiponalbla lot any delay or any eon,equenoe ail

1 United states Steel l corporation Itself and Ashevill The MAO R'y via .MontRomerj.TA .

; At le..t.o far as capitalization is concerned \ than new monkeys-and the( East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for Now York, Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mia

fl. It the partnership were to be that suits the circus men. Philadelphia and Boston. vIa Savannah and Merchants Miners
; capita Hied: upon tbe basis of O per cent Transportation Company for Baltimore.\ BETWEEN MIAMI. KEY WEST AND IIAVAKA.
return. in monkeysand To Key West and Havana via Tort Tampa and Peninsular A: Occidental Steamship :XIAKX-NAaSAU LINE:

t, The report asserts that of these cotoMtal in man is the disease.If To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada Commencing January',loot.

1 earnings. the senior partner rocrtTrxl same Atlantic and flans Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottes town."V to.,..Mtama,Mona,Thar*................11 SO p I to.... Kaeaaa. Wede.. .6aM.. ........ ...10
1, 75 per cent one of bill associates you have it or are threatened Ar.MaeaaaTuea.rrla................... a 00 p I Ar. JllamiTxhur...eon.."r............. 5
oue. vQteentb. or In round numbers w'TTr7R TOURI15T5 TX0X3nJ-rS::: Commencing February 1,1B02.OOpIr.Waaaan.TTi.
with it can to..M..I.V_...Weda..J'TI............... : .. .. .. Sats.........
Sl.OOO.OOO and among! the or junior partners. $3.OO.OX Is to take the hint? all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System during the season of IOOI.100l.lIm- I' 1KIAwt-HAVANA EIHICT: LINK.Oommenolng .
l>e divided making! for paoh of them In I. This ited to return until May :31st, with liberal stopover privileges in Florida. January 1.Itoi.

the neighborhood of g.VNUNH: as their 4. Trade picture Mark representsthe. Addresses of parties to the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup 1ft.Miami laneaWeds.................11 so p I tv.Havan.Toes..Trls........... .*? :2Torao
return fur tbe year's btlsincsa' Emulsion and ,Is of Scott'the plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter. AT.Havana .. 00 pAr.311&.1.Woda..8a.! ................, 500
.t on For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc., oall on or write to I KIAJC1, fXTf 'WJIS'r.AR'J: : ) HA V AHA.: '
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE R wrapper of every bottle. 119. KI..I.V_..W.....Frt..............11 b P Lv. Havana.,, )10. W8d.................'".I
: TAKING I F. Ar. g.r Wale T'Gea..Ttinra.Sal....... > I Moi. ............ ,
Send M. I
for Ar.Key W W ed
hen PI
Jolly .t.
1R.. 1" :
tampls, Division ii .
r When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Passenger Agent. 11.e)w..t.1'9J'TI 1 8ttl*..........u a I I Lv.. Key West, T.... Thaf*.S... .. '
Tonlo because the formula Is plainly F SCOTT &: BOWNE, 138 West Day St., A.tor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., Ar.Havana.Wkd,.al..Woa ............. e 00 a Ar.Mlanl.Wed..Frl,Suit .. .

printed on every bottle showing that It Is x.) Pearl St., New York.OC B. W. W ra n n. Passenger TrafHo Manager, Savannah, Ga : W' Time Card adlraee any A.enl>
tutnglj Iron and Quinine In a tasteless ;
J. !). .
lo.'m. No.cure No psy. OOots. and f t. an druggists. W. B. DEN H AM, General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. AMt. Oan. Tua. Agent, ST. ATJOUSTHTB.fJ .

,.,. -.. 2=. ,.,.w.


EAST CO'.SrI V. .v ,XI> FEBRUARY: 21. 1902. T

FITUSYILLE.P.N' __--_- -- __..iniriiLsiisHi.iiiH..-.-|_-- .. .. -

; := ON-TIIE RIVER:-WDIAN: :.1UVER. :aO'rEr: : :...9 The World's Famous Hotel Victory Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio.



i ar d +

I' J. G. BAST, Proprietor.
v i a F 4e '
tf }11 Y,! k : wtti
) DUCK SHOOTINQ: ye 1. }G'Rft' b S
) I t
i a and FISHING.

Rates: $2.O; per d."y.f .

"p Ems? c1' r rL
10 and $12 per week. r

4 Y 1 bl' t f '' 1qi 1-

PAL y HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '/ A h r& eti; 1 ,'any)t ; 7 7rp

1 Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and i iaorated. re-

: Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . .. : + 4t" d I Ia li l /F FeM
wit .
Eaton 12.30;; per day and up. # : : t

B. \V. SPERRY, Proprietor.



American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened v Ij j

this season. Fine cooking and good( table. Hot and Cold Water t WIN l H"i
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All I

greet cms pass the door. Rates, $.OO to $2.80 per day. \ 1 {

Mrs. A. WALKER, Proprietor.

I e WIIn dIe JACKSONVILLE 19 East Forsyth Street., FLA. Grand Ifm'n. 1lIf"IIIEdHt and Front, Hoitth Gall..,.,,,, ITottl Virtnry. Kl stria Car Terminal nt Irjt, '

South side ot Put-In-Bay IuUu.1, overlooking/ the site of Pairy's Victory, 1813: -Hence the name. Situated "Inn the hlghtutt point In L'tke Eije, being elghtyfoefc; : \
above the water and five hundred fcet from it.. The largest and most handsomely t.imUhod tUMMER: HOTKLj In the World i.. \ !
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and ilrst-class In all appointments.Center |
Renowned for the social Btiindlng of Its patrons, for its dimensions and magiililoence, for Its superb oulnlno and ndmliablosartlcn, for the lavish provisions for t \;
of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms( November 15th; amusement of Its guettts. It In universally acknowledged! that It possesses the attribute that appeal to particular people-undoubted luxury and comfort, and superior I'I'I I' I ; s I' If I

Cafe, November 19th. Rooms, oneperson: one day, $1 and up; by the appointments, location and absolute absence" of momiultoeH. To the pleasure loving suiniiior tourist it stands for all that Is most enjoyable. The best patronized ;' I I'

reek, $3.110 and up. and /grandest hotel on the ';seat Laltei., The scones and environments are enchanting, conducive of "rest end comfort. : I;
C B. SMITH, Proprietor.. Why not spend your minim >r vnoitl .n here' there 1? Open for season'IOO.J: June We want to send you our souvenir folds, rule enril and, testimonial book I ))1 it

Addles., T.. \7\r. oOEI.IJ.A.EI.Y.:: :: :: Gonornl 1 rn.xiago=.. e I I 'I ,

VICTORIA JACKSONVILLE, FLA. After June, 1st, Put-In-Bay, Ohio. 724: Monroe St., Toledo, Ohio. :1, j IJ j

Cor. Main and Adams Streets. --- -------.. ----- ---- .. ---. -- -- - _._.. ___ ___ __- _- n __ '._ _,_--. LL !

Iterythlngnew; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths; free COltONADO BEACH.Newell's KAU UALMI2. '

Ins. Rates, American $2 to $3; European, rooms 75o and upwards. Special
Hotel Granada EAU OALI.IE, KLA.
rates to commercial travelers. Seaside Hotel CORONADO BEACH, FLA. On Indian River ;
R. BIXLER, Proprietor.ST. (One of the finest benches the world )'
____ Tin Hotel Orll... .I,1 I III lunntrd nt Eau Gullle. Flit., Ilia\ : miles south of Jacksonville 4
-- --'- -- -- --- ) and Five minutes
Under new management. Thoioiiuhly repaired renovated. on the Hunt shorn .if the Irxllun Hhltr, itnexcvlled\ bunting, hunting and
AUGUSTINE. walk to North Ini Ian River bridge I he finest Hulling ground on the Coast. .tlshlng. Matchless climate' Launch for the use of tfient| A first-class home
Surf bathing every month In the vear. Loge sun Pavilion facing the Ocean.A like hotel Rates f:i.50 to 43.sI: I er day Special rates by month or season.
pleasant winter home At reasonable rare for those who urn search\ of rest, Open all\ the ,IOU Addrw-s OLKASON alto!:! Eau Osllle, Fla.
ST. FLA. health and pleiwiire.. Hotel wagonette meet nil train at New !Smvina: depot. __ .,__ _
AUGUSTINE, -- --- no.-- -- -- ___ _._ __ ,
itel o t e 1 Magnolia\ I Postofflce In hotel. \ IIEKUKKT L. LEIJO, Manager
IN, ,
Opened for the season of 1002. .. i i
----------- ----------- --- -'- --- --- ---------- --

A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More Itooiiis, HAWKS AIIt The
Mherby EDEN, On-Indlan-IMver" FLA.
most of which have a Southern Exposure. They are newly and I ,
furnished and all connected with Private BAY VIEW HOUSE One of the loveliest locations on 'the river. All modern Improvements. t
I handsomely nearly are HAWKS PARK, FLA. Hot Hud cold baths ttiiiphur Mfirlbg. Excellent dunking water..
Baths. The dining room has been enlarged nearly twice Its former I'.oty..f, fruit and Ice. Fish Oysiuts end flesh vcpHnblea In abnndROCK. I
I Good homelike and oumfol'tablp by
place. Patronized companionable pea Northern
cooking/ handmim l, furnished with nil the
I size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an pIe. Good table, home oooklnic.. Frmli milk and vegetables. Warm and comfortable oumfoits vI a home, lionts. Thins stop' a'. baton Station on the f
I Expenditure of $5OOOO. A first-class Orchestra will furnish room. Excellent fishing from pier In front of hotel. Rates low plantation I'tnrnpple district hire M. A. fUHTIH, Manager.AVKST .
WM. TtTNSTALL Proprietor..
music twice dally. Rates $2.50 to $1.00 per day. Special weekly and ____ _________n__ __ __ __ __ _.___ ,_ _____ ___ I ------- -. -- ....---- IIItACII--.--_, -.- ,... --_._...-. y
: I"AJ.ltI i
monthly rates. Special terms to parties _.KOCKLEDUi I .

PALMER: McDOWELL, Proprietors.

1IDA HOUSE.ST.. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River ROCK LEDGE, FLA. A flrar-olMS. homelike hotel, located on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite 1
The Old City By-the-Sea. Royal Ponclana. Near railroad station and places of Interest. Special features 1
Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table. and service,> reasonable rates.. I''
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. AND COTTAGES, NOW OPEN House thoroughly renovated Under New, Management Experienced white
This popular house Is most centrally located. Ha all modern Improvements JUST TIlE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER. waitresses, will have charge of the.dlnlnir room Good Fishing) Hunting and
Rotting Rates ti: to $;.J per day. Special' by the week.' For further Informa f
Including STEAM HEAT. Has more rooms tlon address! The Palms, West Palm head, Flu., J. C. Stowers, Prop.
any hotel In town; accommodates 250. r


F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. ,
ELEGIBIO LIGHTS, ELEVATOR, STEAM HEAT, LAUNCHES, will appeal to the comfort loving tourists. Situated 4
directly the
r MNQUffl HOTEL ....FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... ORCHESTRA, EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING and HUNTING.A. Royal 'Polnclana, commanding a magnificent/ view up and down opposite Lake Worth.

ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.Sea LI MARSH, Proprietor and Manager. The house has been thoroughly renovated l, and I Is under new management. +
Superior ouUlne, with northern white waitresses. Hunting, Fishing, floating, t,
View. Open lor rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with second to none Rates, $:i to $:.1 per day tipeoUi by the week. For prospec ,
f :tta1"13: 13'13, e3ht
tus and Information apply to .i. C. SUMMERS, Prop
comfortable beds. Rates moderate.
:MRS. A. S. FELL Proprietress. ----- '

.Plaza. Hotel. PALM JIKACJI.:

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS. INDIAN RIVERA rLoo1c.1odgo. 3710. Everybody Goes to... The Palm I Beach Largest The Hotel '

w-- Springs Hotel; MAGN( LIAoSPe: :ItNGS: ;) FLA. Next to In tho World. '' '
M miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line PlantSystem and river teamer I RESORT OF FLORIDA." i .-r. r, Rates 1.rt() per day and up. Special monthly ;
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevators. Electric lights. Pure Rooms with or without private bath. Located next I r

''Prlng. water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf( course. Tennis day., Fishing wkly Shoot'eg A handsome modern hotel, located on the banks' of the famous Indian to PolncUns Hotel, with a beautiful rotunda 1(11x86,. 't
J rates. Two swimming pools and Vapor O.Dath.D. SEAVEY$4.00 per Owner and Manager. River, In the midst of an 8O-acre bearing orange grove steam heat In I overlooking tropical I.ak.Vorth.. Close to ocean
every room, suites with bath; Altered rainwater; location conceded by and all the other attractions and sports of this most
--.: everyone the best In ttockledge; East-Coast Railway depot In the hotel I
SKADKKEZE.M grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal management and rates. I a1 --" popular winter resort In the world. Our porter,.
- Accommodations for 300. f with bicycle chairs meet all trains at Polnclana station. ,j
s. II. PECK Manager. I I Splendid fishing and .h. t\og.\ 1 '1 '

, Colonnades Clarendon InnOnTheOcean. ," Summer B. ort-Th New AitUftoa Hotel ....0....,.. Mich. LMdlng ra ::: C1IAH. A. STONE, Manager t
II 1 sort of the Otwt Lakes. Open Jan to October. .L
Palm Beach, Florida. : t );l
On-Tba-River. 3.:1: 13 Jcrcn'n !3 I

tee, H..TO: per day and up, $17.50 to Rates, $3.50 per day to $3. $1',00 to -- -- i6'n_ __ __ _,_ .

-er week and up. $17.30 per week. :Beach Club Cafe.
"lee unsurpassed In any hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace Heat ,- NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL, ROCKLEDGE, FLA.

it. date bu( ee. (Incorporated)) I
'III) Heat, Electric Lights Best of For those desiring the Sea, the Claren- OPENED'ON DECEMBER 1-1.
:*. don Inn has the finest location In Florida. Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach, on the north..
Situated on the banks of the famous Indian! River, In the heart of the orange

Take train Orchestra to Daytona at ,both then houses'Bus across after the the 15th river of to January.the hotel. raising district. Good hunting; unexcelled fishing; and a list-class( orchestra. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. LFirst

POST d,; GILL, 1Ilanagen. Rooms en suite with b4th. Steam beat. Livery, launches and boats. .

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GOOI>ATL, Opposite Paytonaaside II. P. SHARES A BOX, Proprietors. . Private :D.1.n.t1B': :: Parl.or . '

Orders reeel"ecilor DlnnerPartle.of number
------- at all hours.
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GOOD..1LL. FLA. 31KH It ITT, arerrltt'M Inland. f .1
Formerly Seabreeze. --
and modern, Hotel RiverYiew
New I&LA.ND. VI.A.
Directly on the Ocean beach, opposite Dajtona. MERRITT, FLA. Hotel Putnam
Gas and electrlo bells In every room. Pine Laod. Health Open from December to )(ay.
On High comfort and .port. No better Hunting
OCEAN- PIER ATO C-\SI. O. pecla.ll'arty. Family act! Season Rat. Golf, Boating Fishing, Hunting.
NEW DUYKLEE A; COSS, Proprietors. and Fishing Flonda. Solpanr Swimming!! Bath. Fine yachting. Iliites f t to $;.1 per day. Special by the w.":. For Information, address,
Now Open. J. J. WILKINSON, Proprietor. WM. P. C1IA8K:! Proprletoiw
''e* hotel: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cote, Mass.




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.FLORIDA Visitors are Invited Additional Locals.Mr. Robbins & Graham Go. EZ.. :: :R.E3.J:: O Y 65 ::eeC

to the Jewelry and f3ouve3lrnhopn!: of the -DEALERS IN- .

I .W. II. II. Oleason, of Eau o 'l- (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
(l; 5 lie,arrived In town yesterday.Mr. PAID UP CAPITAL .21>,000.00. ,
1 handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent. for !MAPES
FKK;; ,
and Mrs. Frank Gautier of ip 1 1
Jacksonville 41 W. II'Jt.. ; 1t. Augustine la the above line of goods and solicit the
F Jacksonville arrived at the Indian This company owns We deal exclusively trade <'II. oi :.,
In the Alcazar; I'alm Beach, the rotubtla ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at yam'
of the Poinolana: Miami, the rotunda River hotel, yesterday.A :ZL:r AIfcT 3D S "atUI
Nassau (illy ., E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, f/l'LA.
of H<>yall'almj; rotunda former popular young: lady resident -
of the Colonial Hotel. of Titunville Is expected In town In the Indian River Gentry; On the St.

this week. Echo< say"Whor" Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARHOLL:

BUSCH -Mr. Oeo. W. Scoble jr. after visit
...THE ANHEUSER ,.. If you. have EC2KMA. PIMPLES. CATARRH of a week or to with his parents, AC this Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. -Dealer, In ,
DIPHTHERIA, bore Throator place will return to Ills duties at Fort Send for Land List.

Brewing Asso's.Faiuoiu any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN Pierce, to-morrow. Offices at Tltuavllle and Miami Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETAB

t Commissioner It. A. Conk-
,, $t. Louis Keg and Hot- COCKVS LIQUID SULPHUR Is a guaranteed )ling, of THIinan, attended the meeting OHO. M. BOBBIN. F. A...MORGAN, Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE . Your Patronage Solicit
,', tied Beer.p cure. of the County Commiss.oners' Association President.' Actuary.
For Sale by at Jacksonville, this week. --- --
n Sold l>y Me '' J'. 33. JSOIL-LJLil'3n3Nr: -Mr. O ;W. "Blakeslee and son, of INDIAN RIVER ICE
R. L. Motlow,T/tuevllleFls. FACTORY
DRUGGIST, New Haven Conn., who have a winter WILL .JCRN19HAbstracts ,
T e By Mr. It. L. ;Motlow,Cocoa, rla.JOSEPHZAPF. TITUSVILLE home at Roekledge, were among: the '
: :, FLORIDA pleasant callers at this olllee yesterday. of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.
I. to furnish Ice in quantity-Sacked or loose.
-roiiBrevard LANDS IN- prepared any Special att!,
Indian River
Lodge No. 00, F. A
br HUNTING AND A, 1held their usual bi-monthly County. paid sacking for. Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
Sole Agent. meeting at the Lodge-riom, Tltusville, T. T. WETMORB Proprietor.J. .
It THE EAST COAST. last Friday night, when one of our Office under Law Office of

I! West prominent merchants took his second( GEO. M. ROB BINS,
010 to (020$ Bay Street
degree in this ancient! order. TITU.VILLE .FLA. R. W Ar.KER. C. H., i SWAIN
Big 1 strings of ducks are being killedon
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the river front, especially during the _Mr. II. B. Mare, of New York returned -,
northers save our Courtanav oorrtwDOndeut here, yesterday on board his i Meat Market Dry Goods Shoes
East Coast
houseboat Ednn!: after'very pleasant .
i TOGNI'S. cruise an far south as Jupiter. As us-
Hessrs. W. W. drier, of Washington, 'G. F. DUREN Agent '
v ual, Mr B. T. Bell, accompanies hint. Furniture
amt RETREAT, D. O.'l'; W. W. Fisher of Baltimore, Md.; The stoppage of the Jupiter-Juno canal OOrjcD ,
," ? and I. R. Bulst, of Charleston, S. C., prevented them taking their boat :: ocn -R
F guests of the Indian, River hotel Tltus :>> =
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to Palm Beach and Miami this
Notions and
I., I Choice. vllle, have been having great aport this -- -d Millinery

1 week, nagging/ clucks They have shot -The progressive euchre party given % s:>>
a Wines, Liquors about 80( ducks between them by Mr. and Mrs Oeo. 11[. Robbing, on : 2eie New Goods at close prices.
1t s:>>
and Cigars.Guaraateed Wednesday night, WAS an enjoyable : ) '
While tbe
t Pure. flailing at Rocklodga Is not airair. There were three tables, and\ : A.1e1 YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. i '
10 good a.l& should be, owing to the lute the V
cool weather, still some fairly good spirit/game untlll wall 11 continued o'clock, when with all great adJourned ) John R. Walker & Co.
John B. c.itches have been made Chas. Brown, r
Tog/ii, of Elizabeth: N. J., and Otto Bnrthol, which to the were dining-room supplied for ad libitum.refrenliinents -. .4 an TITUSVILLE,. FLA.Whaler's .
of !South:: Norwalk. Coon. of Hotel = -
.No. 10.5 Kiist Bay Street, Corner guests The party broke up upon the stroke of cD::
3 Near he old stand. Indian River made a trip to Lake -
I 1'olnHett a few day ago and an ADVOCATE midnight, much pleased with the even- 3 I cI:

,y JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Correspondent, who appeared on ing's ant uaement.Mr. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
the annnA- noted that-; ,.li' ..v nnnirhl )!*t Chas F. Wildev. proprietor of
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large bnnu, (averaging about 81bs. each the Herald /Square hotel New York, Jewelry Store.
111[ addition1 to these, they have m.ide: and his friends, Messrs. A. M. Kagle-
; ..evel'RIrood/ catches on Indian liiver. ston and \V. II, Turrell, of the mime'
r 'i Citrus frees Mr and Mrs O. M. ITapgond, of Eastern city, who have been on a delightful

'unnnylvunla., hold the fishing record cruise down the Indian River, on board Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware ESPECIAL
for the season at this hotel their first the schooner" :Seminole, stopped off At ,

day's catch was 32: weighing tl51b; ; TftusviJIe, yesterday, on. their way
; the second day they hauled In 40( bans, north. They were accompanied to Tltusville ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
1,000 boxes. of Citrus Fruits-34 varieties weighing HOlbH.; and the third day the by Mr. Pettee,who returned to(
catch was 18:, which tipped the scales at771ba. Kockledge on the noon train and Jewelry. warranted for 12 niontbs.
-will bo marketed from our orchards .
and nurseries this season. An excellent The fish catches by the guests of the -Mr. A J. Hem bier, of this place, invited jy-Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful attention
a few friends to his residence
chance for prospective orange growersto Plaza have been fairly good of late, but on
Wednesday night to celebrate his 72nd: TITUSVILLE. FLORI!:
test fruit and select varieties.All our reporter failed to get their weight. birthday Cards and other! amusementswere .
R. X. Tayntor of New York hall been
In order and choice refreshmentswere
prominent sub-tropioal fruit trees. r-rais
In few
hauling a fish. One day ha managed
t Roses and ornamental. In stock. liberally supplied to the guests.!
to secure about 301 b*. of bass. (

Catalogue free. I Several_ .guests! of the Now Rooklodge en Those IflvahtA who AVnnlfitr were present, anti h.reporfa..... \fi-54nrn.!very: v't Attention IGIV !
not.l, Uockletl e. Dave been finning lately bier will live-to'celebrate- 'a great:many -- Special

f Glen St. Mary Nurseries notwithstanding the oool weather. more birthdays. This occasion watt THE YEARS TO COME
Mrs. Semen
wife of
Dr. Barrens, whoIs
to have been of the of
one events
SI'' In charge of the New York Ear and the season In Tltusville. have no terrors for the well insured roan.Ha .N TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
I G. L. Taber, Prop. Eye Hospital, on 42nd street, went flsh- I U secure In the knowledge that whatever -

lag on Saturday, and caught the largest/ happens his family is well provided Hardware Tinware Crockery Glasswa
1,1 GLEN ST. MARY, FLA. channel baas of the season. It weighed GRAND BAND CONCERT.There for. And the cost of this Is ,
27tlbs., and Its length was 8ft. flln. Of -
course, it Is almost needless for the pink will be a grand Band Concert really very small. Our rates on Harness and Stoves.

Hodgson Bros. paper to remark that Mrs. Barrens was in the Opera 1 louse,Titusrllle, on next :r.lro: Xn.S"-1ran.oo.
quite elated over her catch. It. L. Griffith '\'ednesdnyevenlng. the 20th instant. c -Our Stock Is' Complete and We. Can Fill Orders Prompt
: KAU OATLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. of Providence K. I., ball been livingup It is to be given for the benefit of/the are moderate and by taking out a policy .
to his reputation as .famous disciple band, and u charge of 23 cents will be at an early age the benefits are greater
( Marine Railway of blr l8.laoValton, by brl aging in some made for admission, We bespeak for and premiums lower.SCHUrLEU Jas. Fritcliard A Son.,
{ 4 General Merchants _and Ship Chandlers.. of the largest strings of flab this season. the band a full house.
Some splendid catches of black bass have The program will .be as follows I &: :3KANNING,
..Special Facilities.. "Coon, Coon,Coon," FoBtofflce Box 212,.
been made by F. J. Simmons, John K )' Carl Engel. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

; ?v. For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Lemraert, C.. M. Ileddea and John Mo. "III....., A wav."March Alitroli and and Twn-BMp.Two-Bwp. Hnlnmnnn. Correspondence Invited. I'i't'\lSV"1J.J.e. FJ.oJida.
Cardie; two strings. of over CO fljh were, Knnnre Overture. W. II. Klofer. ,
Yachts and Launches. a few hays. ago/ brought Id by the abovementioned "the Holy City," Comet' Aflame,
"Paiiolnatlon .
NaritoneSnlo. .
: Is Moiitlou! the AUVOOATB when writing. gentlemen. J. v. li. Prince "I June can't .keep from tuklnu 111)1,1to .llarnlioime
i I has also distinguished himself by bring. things,".... ..............Ab Holzmann. SEEJI: > S.
ing to the hotel over 40 fine trout In two The Advannnr "ar..h ........ ?W. K Kl. or. .
t ;:E3:. O.Artesian. ::E3A.: "V".EJN"" day, sfter.flshlng about five hours ench "Tliu Overture way N..r' win' it woman's bean." .C....Mlllnr.Mill ti1

d..y. "Whnii M>II w..ra i4w.etrleteu," .. It. W. Mull
'f'l ::t, Well Contractor, 0'Me Iliinnv 11,,)"IlirtlnUy." dike. walk 1'srtylurnneuee....i..W H. Roller.amiliiKtou'i ONION--White and Red

I I'' j*:' ..Dealer I I In.. OCKLAWAHA RIVER .TRIP.

/' Aermotors. Tanks and Pumping THE EASTERN STAR. GENUINE Imported Stock, ,Just ReceIved Finest Strains of Garden See..
One of the beautiful tripe In Florida i1 4LL

I' ''t\! DicLAND V Machinery.. that tourists should not miss, Is that of There was a- mauling of Friendship ? ?87 Florida Seed Rye and UO Day Oats Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. J3arley.Cjrdend .
FLO KID A. the Ocklawaha River and
Springs. Chapter No. 11, Older of the Eastern"
V It Is a delightful trip, and the tine steamer Star, In the Chapter-room, Tltusvllle On foe Catalogue.L. .
>w VISIT The most ] } lug sight America the foot of Lemon street, 1'alntkn, on the McCarty and wife, of Ankona were Inl ; CAMERON, The Seed Store,
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t"F\t '
days) published In the ad.on our 4th page. tided Into tie! .. .t.. : .; FLA.
'i : mysteries of this popular .. .. ,1'fl. \,. ':' 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE
The iletumora Is the largest finest and Order Thoio = .' .. .
wait bugs/ attendance of : : :. ;; : : :
best equipped boar on the Ocklawaha members and at the cone I union of business ... ::..' ......,......-
Ostrich Farm Co. river and Is said to have the most skillful ""lid"Idle, cake and coffee were WITH THE NEW YEAH ESTABLISHED lent
and polite men on these watum. The plentifully impelled. Mimic was also
table Is supplied with all the delicacies furnlohud during the evening. This social open up out .>f my bottler of
of the season and those who patronizethe order Is becoming I more popular than OLD WINE OR WHISKEYand
'q JACKSONVILLE. Metamora_will gis home rejolcloll" over ever and I I HIM Chapter In Tltusvllle now drink to the health and prosperity of M. Lane & Son
the delightful trip they bad on the numbers nearly forty members, with friend and self during the year. ,
; Ocklawaha. Read the ad. on our 4th mote to join These good are pure and wholesome.

page. UoexopUod. for richness, strength and 2SO: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
A Dance at J ".en. flavor.liigbt.
GAIETY AT PALM BEACH. lor lIea'th'and honpltallty.

We beg to acknowledge receipt of the ROUT. L. MOTLOW, Southern Fruit and Product
following Invitation to adanca at Jensen
4 Crowds of tourists are now flocking to but as there III one In Tltusvllle the Maine ,

I IIII/4/ I r Palm Beach, and everything wears a look night, we regret we cannot attend both .
of festivity. Coinclana now
has about 1,21)0 guests, and the capacityof Editor Haul Coolie Advocate., L. A. Hildreth Oot'Xl.t'Xl.1ss1.o:: : :: : t-.I.Ierohan

the Breakers has nearly been reached.Mr. The filberts Bar Yacht Club Invites ,
Fred :terry the manager; and Mr.\ yourself and ladles to attend a dance to Dealer In Foreign/ and Domestic Brands SPECIALTIES : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. T. Stencils, Cards and o)"
Fred U. King the chief clerk of "the be given at the town hall at Jensen on
of... quotations furnished on application.The .
largest hotel on earth are walking; like Friday. evening, February list 11)03.: -
t I Trojans to make It pleasant for the numerous II. )0:. SKWALL: '
1 c- "' I f fe guests. In the Royal Folnclana Cli'r. Coin on Invitations\ lam Brandies Whiskeys Gins
rotunda after dinner, chairs are now ata .Oldest! Established Orultt and Seed House In the Stat

premium. This has been a week of Wines, Bottled Ales, Beef and Stout.
gaiety, and, will culminate in the great CHURCH NOTICES.Rev. I'1JZI' A
WanhlnRton Birthday Ball tomorrow The best whiskey and liquors served by
(Saturday) night This will probably be It. B. Templeton will preach l In 'VV"c:1.:: A. Sours &: oe< ,
the grandest ball of the season' the Methodist church Eau: Oallle, next polite and courteous attention.A .

/ Sunday at 3 p. m. '. first class line of foreign GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
I .- :- A Washington rromenmlr. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold dl- S ,,
tom vince service on Sunday next at Wave- and domestic clgnrs.FAMILY .
land-Jenaen at 10lU:; also at EdenTlbbalaat
m.; Flour
and IIOTELTRADE Meal and Fertilize
Nearly JIMI' gigantic lilnU utanillna' 8 to 10 feet The following Invitation bus been received 3 p. m. ? .
?. lilKli,wutKliliiK to Ash Poodle I e oh. UntrlcU at this ofllco, and all who attend Rev. J. A. Hughes will\ next and careful .
preach attention
.. Prompt 112 FLV.Agts.
mmu,e 1111'. e.rIelee, 'Itiinu and bal,ostriches ,,. EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
Lust hatuhail.Oulilut may rest they will spend an enJoyable Sunday at the Kockledge Chapel at If t
'' muorl rlnltor tlironith: the faun, ex.fUlnliiK evening a. m., and at the Presbyterian church to mall orders, accompanied by cash forfurma Feed., Warehouses on tracks of S. A. I. R'y. and Plant Syste( J

|ilun .K:,all*ta.about the birds, their Deete, tiablu, Editor East, Coast Adrofatf Tltusvllle at 7:13: p. m. Sunday school L. A. HILDRETH, -
at 0:45: a. m., and Young Peoples Society
Mr. and! Mrs. Wm. M. Brown ""nest of Christian Endeavor at 3:30: m. FORT PIERCE FLORIDA.
Tux Statement. p. -
m the pleasure of your company sea Washington t The Nation's'Best

Promenade, at Opera house, Tltusvllle Mateo"It'
fax .
nuteniaiit for tire month of
iwi'i for tax.. .....R..I.!an.I levied fur the January year, Friday evening, February 21st, Notice of Application for Tax. Drnylnlr.

Flnrbb ItMII,aa.|per" $e.ti.H M, Chapter 4118, Laws of 1802, !II honor!. .of MUn Jones. Dancingat Deed. Draylng or hauling of all kinds promptly CigaWhy

k Collected" In Amtjrottob eigiif CIOCK. Under Section 8,of Chapter>!AA. Law of ria.NOT'CIC attended to. Meets all trains Stove
Jauurv "' ",,1'ul. IS UKREHV OIVBX THAT JOHN wood
Co. Rev.-(lenoral Fund. ::11130.I1'4 supplied nIlFloridn.
nnrohiuwr of Tax Certiorate No. Emil: ,
Will The Cana'e.
Hohuol' Kuml ,3\11\ w 11.113 Open ALFUCD UADLKT, Tltnsvllle..Tolm .
dated the 4th day at July A. 1> I**, h.
]toad, Hr.* Fnnibertot': ) no touo n sled sail certificate In my onto. and ha made.
Fine and Vnrfaltnro Fund. Ml 4'J :. > ..
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m applloatlon for tax deed to IMII In axeorilaaaewltb
Hpeu Koa.l Fund; diet Not) M Oil S'Ln5a The F. C. L. Canal Company has chartered law. Bald mrtlnaate ., the followIng
HIMMI Tax School l l>i,t N.i. I.? 44 4,1 Ia: a of the United States dredge Suwanee deaerllieil property situated inbraoe In Brevarilcounty I-IOUMtOI1. buy Imported cigars, made from heavy trrfplcal tobacco doctored 'wit
HMM| Tax achlol l bust Nu 9. los 44 11.7'3100 to thecanals between Florlila to wit: NUof WX of UK r. opium and other drugs when five-ce
Spec, Tax Bollixil. open Biscayne hay you can have the Florida leaf at a
nht :No pure
3. T 44 p.lritn"III', .
.211.1111 Hlk Section S, Townnhlp :3t 8 R. EAU OALLIE:, FLA.
... and Indian River. The dredge boat has ,
FoIUSobuoi'n11d1. : price
11'100 1.15)90Totsl an 11:. The said. I.nd l Iwtnii ax.._ commenced "ork on the southern end of the li*.......'. of iivh certificate in the' _m. Is prepared to build FREE BY
Z1,1uw1 IlId6810fe the canal and It Is probable that the of IHiren >
(;t t A.flerkofCircuitJourtDa" A. 8TCWART' company will to St.also decide to before open the the hall will ..he.....nxltfenieU thereon.on according tbe :24th day u law of,Marob.A.lax deed ROUND BOTTOM BOATS, ADDRESS....../ Box 01 50.. . .. ... . *'I.r
waterway Augustine D.IMtI. SKIP-JACKS OR ROW BOATS.
present work In hand Is entirely sus Witness nix.>m Reading- notice ads on this page pended. This will be good new to the ([slat Ct.Ct.
I are rive dents pet Hue per week. yachtsmen along tbe East Coast. 4t Clerk I'lmilt Court of Brevarii County,ria. Shope: Foot of City Dock, Eau Oallle. SAN MATEO, KLA.


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