East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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February 28, 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 DE TAJ, WORK: GO TO SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. -Mr. W. II. II. Gleanon, of Jan Gallle, HUNTING AND FISHING ON near the sulphur springs, and Is first-
Dr. Dodson, near Indian HI ver hotel. CALL wan In town a abort while yesterday.A class In every respect Tourists should
d Topic of General Interest. to-Tbo quail shooting season will, \ end Gallery,Tltusville,and look at samples.Mrs. meeting of Indian River Lodge; No. en make route a note to or of from this the houno Feat:,and Coast.stop there
day, Friday
\ 00 ]i'.t A. M. will be held this Friday
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fish R414'k.
Henry T. Titus and daughter More are being caught at
THE ADVOCATE, -1\11'. Jules Dardonville, one of our returned to town on Tuesday. evening. ledge now, than ever before this season The Magnolia Springs hotel Magnolia
In advance. New York subscribers, has purchased l1e8I1r.V.. and VIall The largest catch of the male. Springs;! under the able management; of
annum, E. R play It. season was
1150 per andT. Mr. I). has boon full to over-
.. the Attorneys A, M. Thrasher E. Heavey,
'I TOO()( six months, Goodyear property at Merrltt.Mr. Wilson\ of Sanford, were In town yester of Providence, It. I., after a short stay at by Mr. J. H. liver, of hotel Iiulian Slowing of lute, with tourists
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. J. II. Robinson, of Martins day. Canaveral, are now sojourning nt Itook- River, the other day.
for the ADVO- Ferry 0.. arrived ledge. The Duviil hotel, the Windle, the New
When you here. Wednesday, en There will be of On their recent cruise on board) the Westmoreland
meeting Chapter Victoria hotel mid thus
the year, It does not cost you route to Dummltt orange grove. WE HAVE A NEW SUPPLY OP that Rose Marie, of Titusvllle, Messrs. J. M. ,
1 II by No. 11, Eastern Star, In their,I..xJge- hotel, Jacksonville, whoso ads. will be
cent per week, postage Included. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUK cures room at Titusville, on Tuesday afternoon J2"-a: cent coffee. If you want something Lathe and Wade II, Jones went out to found on our 7th page, are all doing a

ISott date of expiration: printed uponr all blood and skin diseases. For sale by at 3:00( o'clock. good for the money try It. W. Jane Green Cyprus. and baggedTSquaih, ; : tine tourist luminous. Remember' them
or wrapper every week.: This J. B. Screven E. Goldsmith Tltusvlllo.Col. 82: English: snipe, BO mallard dock suit A
r paper druggist, Tltusville, Fla. when you visit Jacksonville.The .
Messrs. Edwards of Philadelphia
Joseph' II.
No need wild Turkey They alxo killed a 10ft
for money.
| irecelpt send receipt your for subscription -1j. Cameron, Bay street, Jacksonville and Wm. Graeber, of Flushing C. P. Horton, who has been .at alligator. Seabroeio hotels me doing huge

*into dateeUeslttoyou.17m I luis a fine aosoitment of new seeds L. I., arrived at the Indian River Canaveral Clubhouse all the winter, left Two big alligators; some 'coons snake. tourist business and entertainments, d
lh. of all kinds. When In need of seed, hotel yesterday. The Utter Is a friend here, Wednesday, for the Royal 1'ulncl- and Malt the of E. either at one or the other of tho promt
Is were captures
COAST ADVOCATE on Palm Beach where he will for among
the EAST following news-stands, at flvfnnti write him. of Mr Leurs. a ana while.J. stay M. ilulman, Worcester, Mass, a few nont houses, or at the opera house or pavilion
!eal \ almost
: -Mr. Sidney Han ford, of Green Cove -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James, well-\ days ego He went out on Indian River are of nightly occurrence.
I per copy R. Wilson Jt Son. Springs, lifter spending acuuple weeksor known residents of Louisville, Ky., have R. Walker & Co.have been busily with Mr. W.lI.l\lcJo'lulanlloITltnav'II", The Vol..naRllellan.1 Clarendon Inn have

I Titusville-d B., Screven., so In town, left for home yesterday been guests of the Indian River hotel, engaged, this week, moving Into their and near, the Haulover canal Mac" orchestras, sad give: a. Joint Invitationball

Jacksonville\ -Duval hotel. morning.Mr. Tltusville, this week.: From here they tine new brick building, where they will showed Mr. Ilolmau the 'gator/ holes; nt the npern-hoiiso each Monday

I News stand,Union depot and Mrs. B. W. Currier and will go to Miami and Palm Beach now have ample room for their stock of then came the tug-of-war to get thesis. evening hotels! In, to both which Honbicexe the guest*and of! I the Paytoml other
dry.goods and furniture.In big siiurlan out. Mr Holman now has
I 31. Augustine-Hotel Ponce da .Leon.. family, of Lynn, Mass, are again at Hotel Judge Minor S. Jones, of tills place, their hides In pickle.Mrs. are Invited. The people are having a
ii lIotelAlo8lEar. Onnond much to the pleasure of returned home the first i>t the week af. consequence of the continued Indisposition glorious time at buabreete.
ledge---Hotel Indian River their numerous friends ter a pleasant rest of a couple of weeksat ot his wife. Admiral Dewey --
11m Beach-Royal Poinoiana. Klondike, the home of his son,' Mr. Informed one of our start that ha bAd to Goo B. Hall, of Sebastian, .arrived The Palm Reach hotel are pretty well
-All the
M" The Breakers members of Canaveral Club decline Invitation to social hero visit to Mrs. filled with tourists, and the managers are
John C. Jones. The Judge: will leave nearly every yosteiday, on a .
have left for other Royal Palm. parts and the Clubhouse here to-morrow, for Kisslmtnee: : where functions at Palm Beach of la'e.Mr. E. W. Hall.Mr !. going around with very jovial countenances.
will close for the season tomorrow Surf bat Mug Is doll litf ill at Palm
which is a little earlier than usual. he will\ hold court not woek. -: Frank W. Stan ton, of the firm W It. McParland left here, yesterday Beach. The water Is at the correct tem

y Reading notice ads are ten cents Mr. W. R. Ilaidec of -The old and reliable firm of M. Lane of Frank W.Stanton A Co., Philadelphia, for :St.: Augustine, on a short perature, the air' sufficiently warm to prevent
i line oath Is pace.: -follows "Please Jensen, writes & Sou, of New York, whose ad. will be was a pleasant caller at this iHlco Oil business trip. taking oold after leaving o d Neptune -
as : discontinue advertisement
Sam Perkins, Sanford, cleans clothes. 'horse for sale; have my disposed -- found on our 8th page, and to whom we Wednesday. He was on his way to Rock- -Major H. J. Tlflln, of Courtensy, and dally large number of per s I
referred in our last Issue as having sold ledge and other points as far south ns here hi. sons enjoy the hath. The Casino: near,
TI Union of it. Nothing like advertising passed through yesterday, on f
article In I meso
-An Sunday's Miami. Mr. Stanton Is patronized. and '
out their interest to Alfred Ii, Kunta and a large orange to Daytona for a few days' the Breakers, Is well
in the ADVOCATE.Mr. ,
Howell Titus form- way
ilei that Attorney Albert R. Jewett, will continue as heretofore and grapofiult; grower In Florida. IOIIIIH a very Inviting place to rest, listen r '

Irof this place, has gone to Manila. John Carnghar/ of Toledo, 0., under practically the same man Patrick McGurk the who had Among those who arrived at the Indian to the music, which plays every. me n.
-Mr. Chas L. Myers general mana- a big property owner, who has been enjoying agement.Tie. his. foot run over by a freight train neAr River hotel yesterday" were: Mrs Ing, and watch the bitthurs, In the pool I ; i

'mrof the P. & O. Steamship Co., with ; a visit to Rockledge, arrived in Indian River Band gave a very Ft. Pierce on the lOrh inst., and who E. II Williams and Miss\ Ethel Faulkner, A report has been circulated that the
L ntusvllle the first of the week and of Mansfield P ; Miss Margaret; Bailey,
has return- expects -
ID Jacksonville
:diuarters'| has since been under the of Iir. B. Grand Atlantic hotel Is so
enjoyable concert at the Opera bouse, Bate Wellsborn Pa. !Mrs. A. H. Willlanm, Daytona,
to leave for Sanford and Mount ; #
Ii from a trip to Nassau. We Titusvllle, on Wednesday evening which R. Wilson, at Tltusvlllo, left, Thursday, Mrs. Williams who aru on their crowded that It has no room for guests.
illge receipt of a copy of the London Dora to-morrow morning. was fairly well attended considering the for St. Augustine, where his partner has to Miami. way That Is not so, for Messrs. Johnson A

rung Times from Mr. Myers. -Mr. and Mrs. Robt. C. Ileaton, prom- number of entertainments we have had! made arrangements for Ms accommodation Horn, the mnnagors, generally( manage to

-Mr. Eugene Randall, one of our Bos- inent residents of Byston, and valued in town this winter. The, concert was at the hospital. It was only by -Mrs. G T. Anthony, of Washington: find room for more. This hotel was

subscribers, who has been making ADVOCATE subscribers, are still sojourn- followed by a dance, which terminated] prompt careful and skillful attention Ga., a former popular resident of 11- formerly known as the Holly Inn, and
headquarters at Eau Gallle this win- log at the Royal Polnclana Palm Beach, about 11:MO p. m. that Dr. Wilson was' able to save this tusvllle, arrived in town on )'eeter.III,'. the managers' have had several years' experience I

,, baa been spending several days this where they have been the past month or man's foot which was thought, at first, train, on a visit to her sister, Mr,. leo, In the hotel business at many
-Miss Catherine Jones, of New Hartford would have to be M. Kobblns. Mis. Anthony has not been The house has been re-
teak with hid uncles, the Messrs. Shel- so. They are very popular, and have a amputated.Mrs. famous resorts.
Conn., who has been on a visit of a In Titusvllle slnoe- her marriage hero, modeled and rebuilt to double Its size. s
host of lends at Palm Beach.
the Breakers Palm Beach
at Louis A. entertained
q month or so with her sister Mrs. Wm. Brady the
several years ago; and her many friendsare It now has 75 room, accommodating 2K) 1
-The many Tltusville\ friends of Mr. -Miss Loretta McClnskcy, of Kane, Brown, of this place, spent Tuesday ladies of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church giving her a hearty welcome.A guests, and has been handsomely decor. pated

'Mrs. Harry C. Budge of Miami, arerry Pa., left for Jacksonville on Monday, at l Kockledgo, with which she was much Guild last Friday afternoon In a very It Is electrically lighted and thoroughly ,I,
to learn of the death of their little but Miss Uretchen Lydecker! of Ann pleased. Miss Jones loaves for Jacksonville patriotic manner In honor of Washing Pardon ItefUMd. heated, and several baths have }

IOD, Harry. It appears be had been ill\ Harbor, Mich., will remain with Mr. and to-morrow, and will sail\ Sunday, on ton' birthday. The reception room was been added The Grand Atlantic has

oral days with cholera Infantum, but Mrs. E. J. Drennen at the Dummitt the Clyde steamer Apache, for New decorated with flags and bunting, and a A letter from the Secretary of the State had added to the former spacious allies t

itstanding; the fact that every effort orange grove, until they return with Mr. York and home. This is her first visitto contest In guessing the namts of differ Pal'dunlnlllloard. In connection with the and parlor, a ladles' parlor, a large sun

'U made to save little Harry's life, beoccumbed Wm. Llpphardt and two daughters; who Titusvllle, and she says It baa been a ent presidents was participated In by the man White, accused with murder In tills, parlor, billiard room, verantln and ularge;

to the complaint 0tO:! p. in. left here two weeks ago for Fort Pierce, very enjoyable one. guests, tiny Hags bring given each lady. county, has been received by Mr l Hludee, number of bud rooms The hotel Is situated

''Thursday, 2th( Inst., and was burled Palm Beach and Miami. They attended -An ADVOCATE representative recently as souvenirs. After delicious refreshments as follows! "Mr. W. R. llardeo, Jensen. on the water front with 150/ feet of

Miami the following day. the Washington Birthday Ball at the witnessed, at Brooklyn, Y.Y.., the Ignition this pleasant aocloljtl\Lh..rlnll was 14'11U"r Sir: I have the honor to Inform frontage on the Halifax; liver, facing the
dismissed the of several
Royal Polnciana, Palm Beach, last Saturday by singing pat beautiful lawn
"f. the !Hoard of Pal'llllOl.IIAM east and has a largo and
powerful new explosive that ,
-Mrs, M. P. Robbins, mother of Mr. ) very Hollo songs. The Guild! will meet to- yitii
Goo: M. Bobbin" who baa been upending night.Mrs made of bran. A quantity was poured, day (Fild.i.v) at the residence of Mrs uonxldvied the application of one lleuiyWhlli In front of the house It lea Us own

'over> six months at Bath, Me., returned I). A. Blodgett/; and Miss Cars- out of a 11 isle Into a heap upon n table Jas. Prltchmd. *, and the same has. been denlfxf' pier and will furnish boats to Its guestsfor
home on Sunday, looking remarkably: well, of Daytona; Airs E p Porcher then was Ignited by a common match Yours very truly C. II. Dickinsonsecre fishing and sailing.( It cad the ad, Pt

well In health after her pleasant sojourn of Cocoa; and Mrs J. M. l'alneaod Miss and an electric spark, both the match -Mr.' Basil Burwell, of Chicago, who tary of Board" 4th page.

m Maine. She was accompanied by her I.ovey Paine, of Rockledgu, after a very and electric wire being applied to the explosive will deliver two lectures nt Ne I .bourne Mr. Fred C. King, the popular and accomplished

ii bier, Mrs. VV. D. Musseiiden, with pleasant trip to Cuba, spent horn Satur- by the naked band. It simply during the VbllItII'lUImeetinlClI: will COllltnll4"lolltrK' Hale. chief room clerk of Hotel
whom Mrs. Bobbins .stayed' while In day until Monday at the Royal Polncl- burned with a high flame like an oil\ rag;, stop. over In Titusvllle on Thursday next, Royal Poliicliiuu Palm Beach who also
[Batli. Their many friends are pleased ana, Palm Beach where they attended without. smoke, and wan odorless; It March till, and deliver lectuie In the House and corner lot 171 x71 feet. Artesian holds a similar posh Ion during the summer r

:OIeO them In Titusville !again. tho Washington; ball, and enjoyed them plainly showed It. tremendous power as. Opera house on that date. The subject well, fruit tree. Plice $4.:>(>.OO. at the United States hotel,Saratoga,
selves Immensely. The above party, an explosive when encased by Its large of Mr.' Burwell's lecture will be "Purls, to K. B. F. commissioner
Apply Hoper, the Polnclann Is the
-)[ E, M. Hoi man, proprietor the liame. It is said to be twice Vernallloi. and Marie Antoinette and says Royal !
with General Richardson, of Indianapolis as powerfulas sell Nt sale the flag- el.
to private near propertyIn hotel In the world.. Mr. usury )[. / ,
Itolnrnn Optical Co. Worcester, Mass, and still It Is safeto the lecture will be Illustrated hun-
; Colonel Anderson of Grand Rapids, dynamite, perfectly by one New Smyrna, or to ler has added 4.Id extra bedrooms to It,
'ho ban been on a bunting trip with his ID will shockor dred corored views. Mr. Burwell has
Mich. ; and Mr.\ Chas II. Walton, of Tl handle as nolexplndeby S. K.: STKAIIMS, Administrator. anti the entire number of rooms In the 1
,'friend, Jlr W..U. MoFailand, returned tusville formed a at the fire-only by a primer. Neither will l been an ex"cnslve travelorln. his own and Fla.
merry group Rockledge .
hotel for guests Is now about 1,2(4):!I as G
JOie the first of the week, having had supper' after the) ball. We might Incidentally it freeze, and it \light In weight.; It foreign countries, and Isa speaker rare i well 51U bath-rooms. The!
IOme glorious sport. Mr. llolman Is so : mention that, while In Havana, would make an excellent driving powerfor charm. lie Is accompanied by a su rplioed as private have Ill
dining sealing
ntliiimutlo over this section of Indian Miss Carswcll hid a narrow escape from small machinery,such a* automobiles, buy soprano, who will\ gtre; a musical AMONG THE HOTELS. for I 71H'< ) people. The room capacity rack
River i that he informs us that he will asphyxiation-but probably she would boats, etc., and It can be bought verycheap prelude! to the entertainment. We are manipulated, by. Mr. King U said to be

bring IJ.) wife along next winter, and rather tell her own experience of the l'ruf.James GreshamofBrook. mire everyone will be llichted l with th' Where to stop along the East Co..'. 15 feet. long, and contains I KJO .lIps.

hunt-trip close call she had to death. She should lyn, X. Y., for a number of years a regular entertainment, which will be given:. under /See: list of hotels on Tilt page. Consldeilng the amount of worry and i
( winter visitor the Bast: Coast ofFlolidt the lfes of St. Gabriel's Guild. Ad
; be grateful to MemUmes Blodgett and to aiis|>
the mental) strain Mr. King la now
a -one lift. long;, and one Ott. long; Polcher for their timely aid In what was and an export mraufscturlng ml..alon,1\1\ be only :23!: cents; children The ADVOCATE Is now on file at aJ strider!great lie to bo In excellent

J well as coons, a couple of soakeR, etc. neatly a very serious cane. chemist, haschargeof I his new explosive. IH: cents [Do nil forget the date-Match the best hotels In New York city. sical condition, appear; and so also Is Mr. Fred i

expects to return to Asheville, X. C., til h-:and let everyone prove that the TltHsvllle Hotel men should read the hotel adts. terry/ the manager of tbe above hotel
wrnoirow, to join his wife who Is stpend- public can spprecUte a really Intellectual .
this There tit 1T,
JD(the winter there. I For Sale or Kent, FiiriilHlieil. Gardner' Flyers. and refined entertainment. on page. are a couple and the famous Hot Springs hotels, In
the market.
hotels io Virginia. Among othsrsoonn.ctod with

An fight room house In a desirable Men's :>0c and hoe shirts 40 cts The Magnolia hotel and Florida house the oflice stuff of the Royal Poloclana ,

launch tor bale at a location on KUIgcwood; A"e., Daytona. Mlu galvanized palls . 4u cts. ErnptySugar; and nice )JarrellI !. St. Augustine: are doing a large tourist are the following' : A. D. Cusiilng and t
Address, toilet set worth 1.75 ..1,31/ -I business.It Geo. Durant, assistant. l room cloike; I..

25-foot; launch, canopy top; L. M. MVKRAY, Box 132, Florida water, value 2.V; ,2U cts. Fur sale. Address, W. Maxson, cashiers; George M. King/ Sand
has been since the Rock- '
sell built boat and In good running ore tf \Daytona Fla. $2r1.M0sewing/ machine. . 1749. W ALTaR A. Moons, man'year. K. F. Gardiner bill clerks" ; II. A.
er, at a bargain. Address, An> day next week. Y. M. H. I. V. W. I. George-St., Charleston, 14. C. ledge hotels have done so good a tourist Conner, Geo. )It, Schmidt and! C.J. IerIt- )

LOCK Box A, Jensen, Fla. ; Sale. C. A. UAUI>:TKH': Tltusville, Fla. business I as they have this winter. An ins, front clerks; A. E. James and Geo.O. .
and JCiigliie For was at Hock ledge
Lauuch ADVOCATE reporter Richard, nltibt! elerks; J. 1C. MoKeen -
no kledge, Indian River, thi.week. and found hotel l Indian\ River, and Geo. J. hall, mall clerks ; L.
I'lglitwood Posts for Sale. 21ft. Launch, perfect order. Also, a Yacht for Sale or Charter.The the Plant and New Hock: ledge hotel were II. !Burton, secretary. and stenographer i ;

five :3 h. p. Pierce engine for sale; half price. Has one of the most;attractive and best I crowded from basement to roof. 'I'. Ar, Lenehen, head book.keeper; and,

' hundred llghtwood posts' for sale, Agent for the Gray Marine and stationary yawl Princess, SSfU over all, 12 ft. stocked stores along the East Coast of The Palm Beach Club, Palm Beach E. G. Parry ans F. C. MclJanoall, assistant -
eap For particular, write or call : Engines. beam 4 ita'eroomn, dining room toilet, Florida. Yon can find everything you .
''I'P"n- under the able management of We....'.. book-keeper
'V APE 11. JOXES, W. P. U.VDEBWOOD, Ro eland, Fla. etc., fur charter or sale Everything In need at this store. All kinds of fine gro- Bradley lira has) been giving several
Tltusville, Fin.httglne cries and western meats. ,
ilrsl-claas shape. Apply to "...11" dinner of tale. f
parties Many i> Hotel Interest for Sale.
J. Particular attention paid to the needs q
A. Gl
Old Bones Wan teol. the rule of this favorite tourist resort ,
For Sale, Cheap. 2m Eau Jalle! Fla. of yachtsmen and cruising parties. been the of 1hotel. I
have enjoying hospitalities One-half Interest In a neat 40-room
4 largo size Rider-Errlcson; hot-air en- Wanted, any part of one hundred tons __ (l Eo.: X. HATCH, I' op. the above Club: In the way of dinners aDd l. All year round business. A ;
,J"I;! > foi sale. :New never used. Will old bones for fertilizer purposes. Stale Seed Wanted. suppers, lately. Bargain. Reasons for selling. Address.

cheap, price, quantity and location. ., Cottage for Hale. E. Hotel, ADVOCATE Office, $
for cash. Cost $GOO, wltbou&g The Altamonte, Altamonte Springs: ;
( "r. J i Rough lemon and seedling grapefruitseed i1
"" Titusvllle ria.!
t charges Oakes Live Oak Hotel Putnam iJo- ,
Tlt the
!24jo0t Care ADVOCATE: ..l11e. wanted. Address, For sale at any reasonable price, a nice ; ,
ARTIICB L. MAIWI, Land; Newell' seaside hotel, Coronado ;
C. B. J."I:! H-room In best resident ofMelbourne
cottage part Hiuall hotel<< for Hale.
Kockledge, the flay View home, Hawk's Park; Hotel -
hobo Sound Jl'la.lIou..e "
For Sale Fla. About 2 feet from
House and Klvervlew, Merrltt; Hotel Granada,
( for Indian River; on high bluff; corner lot. Ban Gallle; the Netherby, Eden; the At Eden, on Indian River, Tbe Nelh- I'
Pharmacy.This Hale. In fruit and shade and lawn v
cash. 31 acres of Planted trees .rb .. Also line
for a Tangerine
At a low price Palms and Hemlnole, West Palm Beach ; orangeKrove 1
popular and; : well-known' pharma- land and house. Fine location for a club 7-roomed home with grass.. Special reasons for wanting to the Palm Beach and Beach Club Cafe.Palm : In bearing, and thirteen sores of
A $2.VX' servants sell. to "
c 7 "a* put in stock of house. 2,01)0 feet water front on lagoon. Apply Beach, are all being well patronizedthis ; tbe floral land. The Netherby I Is a fully "
an up-to-date quarters, most beautifully situated E. P. BRANCH }
drugs and bunting. Situatedat and well\ furnished fifteen room had....
toilet.. Excellent fishing season.
articles, stationery, cigars, 011 the terraced bank of the Indian Jtlver. Melbourne, Fla. }
eke, Canal. Apply to Well patronised as a boarding house or
:41 for and is especially: equipped and fit- Haulover J. J. FLAxaKBr, Large; ground.. $1X Apply or address Or J. II. BAKEH: Jensen, Fla. U Messrs. Dunklee A: Coss, of the Seaside small hotel. Terms easy.. Address f
w the tourist trade of Rockledge.I'.1 ". ADTOCATK Office.Titusvtlle .
01 LL.; Inn, Goodall/, near Itaytoos, are now doIng TUB NmntuBT.
Box Uaytona. ;
?" are cordially Invited to call, andy Fla. tourist business. t
,. Tltusville.Stockholders' quit a nice This 4t Eden Fla.
A Jones. For Hale. ,
oo Or to Morgan
assured of courteous treatment. coxy hotel stands upon bluff In close

)Mde Sale. :Meeting. A Fine Home Fur Sale.A At Banyan Uerrltt's Island fronting proximity magnificent to and the ocean unobstructed commanding view of'. Protect Your Fruit Tree
County and For
both and Banana
Indian kl..en.U: acresof 1
and Atlantic Ocean. This
the beach
for tale, Notice Is hereby given that there will\ model southern borne to South.end land cleared and Improved Including with surf bathing soloing driving anti 70) MeFarland Fruit Protection Co.: '

?"ontlieast cheap, the northeast 3 quarter town'P be a meeting of the stockholders of the of Itrevard county, on the Indian River, heavy hammock and high. light ham salting on the Halifax river, makes It 14DU.l all sizes, at 20 per cent off regular

'' south quarter of of section close, to East Coast Realty Company at the officeof In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice mock, suitable for citrus trees, pineapples point of unrivalled attraction.On price; Immediate. delivery; made by
(0'k Wood's: range4st; Geo. M. Robbins, In Titu.vllle, t3: 9-roomdwelling out-buildings. Ten and vegetable Now standing,24>orange well-known McFarland process of waterproofing -
3t;Lucre' pineapple plantation on o'clock'p. m., on March 14th, A. D. tOOl, acre In fruiting pineapples; 4U orange and lemon trees, large proportion in our 4th page will\ be found the ad. ( and mlldewprooflng; hoop,
Mho;' the northeast 40( for the purpose of electing officers for lemon, \lime and grapefruit trees-moat. bearing.: Two-story. dwelling on the of Hotel bt Elmo Green Cove Springs, stakes and lamp forulsbed, with each
quarter of north- and for the transaction all have fruit on them. Beautiful yard* premises, and artesian well. place DOW under the management of Mr. Geo. I*. tent, ,All ready to erect. The only ahw
rtM" rterof section 18. township 38, the ensuing year and dower. garden. Will be sold at and under Wright jr., who U also the proprietor
""inf other business that rosy properly a rented cultivation. For terms : late protection to an orange tree against
sit ',n, range 41 east; on south fork of of any before them. bargain. For foil p.rticular. address: and further particulars address: of Tbe )Wountvert JUIddletowo Springs, a freeze. No more to be bad at these
Ie River; 40 acres. Apply to come W. n fl2t GLEASON.. -C." "". t4. C." Vermont. The hotel St. Elmo Is a prices. Address,

... II. WALTON:! :Secretary.:I Care ADVOCATI,Tltoavllle, Fla. Care ADVOCATE, Titusville! Fla. comfortable and hnme-llke hotellocated WM. M. BBOWV, Titusvllle, Fur
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Louis ana found' that tne navy lad the broken lines to t edom. All nfgt: Weakens'
been put out of the fight. Returning the column were getting into posltloto ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFI4GUARANTEED
I to bis camp be was met by tbe news: spring forward at daybreak A Y ou.I Kidneys.
) Pt/11t1 that during bis absence the Confederate. heavy storm prevnlled, and the Ftdero

;, 't I'. ,F ea've bad opened the ball on land by pickets kept a light watch. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
driving Jfc-Clernand's line back from Uy the middle of tbe forenoon Me FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 23 YEARS.

tbe road of retreat and there was,danger Clernnud' lice was In confusion. All the blood In your body passe. : through
that they would escape tbe trap be One by one his brigades and regimentwere 5 your kidneys once every three minutes. WITII NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS
'- hoped ttf set for them. Tbe divisions forced buck and at 11 o'clock th, of Smith and Wallace were Intact. and Charlotte road was uncovered. Th'''e blood purifiers they filter -
J out the waste .or
Grant said "The one who now attacks Confederates lost heavily In them e ., Impurities In the blood. The Compan
first will win and the enemy will have chance: encounter, but the number o f If they are sick or out Carder-Campbell
II to hurry to get tbe start of me." Tb casualties: could never be learned. Artlllery of order they fall to dow
I Wallace and Smith he said "Gentle ou Loth sides maintained a as _.1, their 'Nork.Pains .

men, the position ontbe right must be ago tire and now and then the flerci'a ,6\chesancl rheu Shack'No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, KLA
retaken." "rebel yell" told of a vlctoilouu charge, matism com from excess
With bis chief of staff Grant passed For some ,unexplained reason the, Con of urlo acid In the -r Jiouth'ern Selling Agents for-
I along the line and told tbe men to refill federates did not take advantage ol kidney_trouble. blood due to neglected

; their cartridge: boxes for "the enemy the surprise which meant escape titlit'm. J Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and, WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND Glut
; ts trying; to escape and must be It was claimed that after can heart beats, and makes pee feel as though
prevented." General Smith headed the turing Charlotte road IMIlow'u met I they had heart trouble because the heart U ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Pain(

C attack to close the road which the were ordered back to their Intrench overworking In pumping thick kidney- Works" Structural and Technical Paints.
Confederates had wrested from Me- meats, and before the ground lost b poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
demand! in their bold sortie. Heacb- could be regained Grant was on the I It used to be considered that only urinary DnRONDE'3 "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER TAINT.
: ing tbe abntls In front of the Confederate field pushing/ the attack from his aide troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, .
but modern science .
now proves nearlyall -- -'
works wltb his center brigade The Confederate soldiers bad'Buffered
e 00000; 0J () constitutional diseases have their beginning -
l be searched out a path through the en from the cold more perhaps thun thou In kidney trouble,,
tanglement, keeping his cup on the foemen. lit tbe tireless cramped quarters I If you are sick you can make no mistake HAN1E .:EROS.:
point of his uplifted sword In full view of the tort they bad no chance foi by first doctoring your kidneys., The mile
J GRANT of tbe men. After passing the bur- exercise. The ground was newly fro, and extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's I

;. Her be rode boldly up the ascent followed zen after a ruin and was covered with I Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is WholesaBrewlng :

i:. AT by all who hud lived throughthe Ice! and enow. soon realized. It stands the highest for Us Bottlers of Wm. J. Lamp
wonderful of the moat
cures distressing casesand
It 0 terrible volleys which greeted his There woe division in the Confederate (ts sold its merits
f l column from the tort and from the councils even at the moment when by all druggists on In fifty- "' ? Company's St.]

o DonelsOl1 ride pita in front. Ito captured the victory was In their grasp. General cent and one-dollar size Louis Beer. Keg Trade
outer lines of pits and bold on in the Buckner, the thIrd In rank, was a good. ,. You may have a '
face of fj Confederate division which fighter. The second In command. Pillow sample bottle by mall flame of '..amp-_ Our Specialty... *
GG. attempted to beat him off. did the work cut out for him In free also pamphlet telling you how to find .
road of immediately If have kidney or bladder trouble.
Under the cover of Smith's charge up opening tbe retreat but out you
(Copyright, 1902, by O. I* Kilmer. 1 to tho fort Lew Wallace sent forwardto began to ignore his chieftain Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer 1240 'to 1260 "fast .A.d.aan.s: : f txoFor <
Floyd.. who was) in command. & Co., Binghamton; N. Y.
yi; at Fort Donelson ,be. tho captured Charlotte road the supreme
estimated that the bad J ].SON''V''XLLE J :F-LA..
FIGHTING the attack of the demlbrlgado led by Colonel Morgan L. Grant enemy ,
ri warships the oi! the start over 20,000 troops,
p upon Smith. There were but two regimentsIn -

'1t' ended) with Confederate brilliant. water charge CJrunt's It khowii the column as "Wallace's-tbo Eleventh zouaves Indiana," and battle General at Donelson.C. F Smith lIe fought was a hiss native last BEST FOR THEBOWELS ........eo...............

L. ,, Infantry, which decided the dny. The the Eighth Missouri. Both regiments of Pennsylvania and had served with .
fort stood on lalgll ground, some of It After Taylor In Mexico winning laurels at at .
had been trained OH skirmishers. .
$ OnlMmr N.V. Year.w.
100 feet above ,tho river, and covered explaining to the men tbo desperate Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. :' 3. 20 will Mid ram |P.Q4 Full Quarts
lie died soon after Donelson as the result If baron rvffiilar.. healthy movement of Us.oweb .. uwruo
F about 100 acres. Upon each flunk of told them'' you a
nature of the tusk Wallace .... tiny you'r. III or will ba! ite.p yourmelMonnn'ati'lba
the army's approach there was n creek to bo governed by circumstances. Ills of exposure in the campaign. w.ll. ruroe.lti tin ....|>0of wlonk OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD
M J filled with backwater. Across the gap words were drowned by their cheers Smltb had been a character In ,fhe old,,pliTMlo .tt or inoi pill:po'.on.l.:rf<*a,' wy danirvroui.OC k..iiltf. r Tlio tb.month bowclM
between tho two ,streams Grant deployed and cries of "Forward! Gorwardr"As army When\ told. In 1801. that he was .le.rand ol.*a i to ttvko Calhoun Pure

his force of over 27,000 men In time skirmishers advanced up the accused of disloyalty, he said "Never Rye Whiskey

_ three divisions General J. A, Me- slope the Confederates opened from a mind; they'll take .it back after tbe

Clernand held the right, General Lew forest In front a terrible rifle fusillade. first battle." We ship m Plain Packages>, no mark. to Indicate content, which. will
t Wallace There was another Wallace besides q. avoid all oorament. When yon get It and teat It, If It la not>satisfactory/ ,return
tho General V.
.t center and C. The zouave and Missourians &pre'adtheir It at our.xpeo.e. and your$3.29 will be cheerfully refunded. This whiskey 1 i.
,I Smith the let;. lIno until it covered the whole General Lew at Donelson. This was as good/ aa gonda in the market. We ere close. at hand and can give
Tho under Flag Officer Foote Colonel W. II. L. Wallace, who( led a youqulekerdellvery than distant houses. We have been doing; basins In
navy battle fired
front. Volleys were ovgrtheir this city and at the same stand for ilO year. and aa to our. responsibilityud
tl was counted upon to repeat at Done! heads into the main line bf battle brigade. lie was noted for bra coolness reputation for hcmest dealing we refer yon to any; bank or merchant bare
11 ,Its work especially during the excitementover : : or to the editor of this> paper.
+ son effective at Fort Henry. following at a distance. Soon the en-
j Four ironclads were on hand-tbo Ca. emy's skirmishers were encountered, the broken line of battle. John .. SOLOMON & LEVI,

rondelet. St. Louis (flagship). Louisville and! then commenced a savage bush A. Logan,:: was also'l1.thtf'r nt Done! EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY I928-I93O First Ave., P.O.Box33: Birmingham Ala.
..... ,
Taesereaoliah to Do flood
;and his voice( could I be heard aboveall P1 l nr Palatable Potent.
and Plttsburg. Tho army got in tight (sting an hour. It. wall everyman t.f.n. or orIP.llo, .., nAksaph.alth' 0 NOTICE-wepayexpreMebargseto all pointeonrhobythe"9outhertExpres!
1 ... :;
the tumult of cnnnonndp and "rebel "' I In uJ booklet Company," line of oilier ::
position before the works on tba-12th for himself. : :: ,:: hnltopotntoon expreiM eomimiites wj prepay only >lntwtmm
*d Southern Kxpr*m Company tranHfer.1 to anld oth r company. We nhlp
of February and on the 13th the Knowing: the t field well the Confederates yells. GEORGE: L. f'rLllE1t. iRLimi .II"II" c _PAiT. CIMIMOO SEW VOHS. O.O.D.Price lU t for otbur good.on apvllcaUoa.Uhen writing pi......mention this paper.CO.

Carondelet opened the bombardment : made a citadel of every tree and KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN .

,i from miles.the wife berth of two and a half rock. Often antagonists/ took nheltvlbrlilud You lfvilnir can fiom help InfUmed anyone throat whom, laryngeal you find .. .... .. ...........
Only one of,,the :200 shot fired the mime object. Upon nearly g
tumble, bronchitis, coughs, colds, eic.,
damaged the fort It next to the
was the crest Wallace's men began tiring/
by; advlBloj the use of Ballard's Boret -
last shot tired that day and entered and killing an steadily and before the supports go hound Syrup, tho great remedy for colds Florida' o :H: .. s. s z.i '"trIv.t:: :: :: : az
embrasure disabling
one gun well engaged the Confederates tel1lJockto and onneha. Price, 23 and 60 cents. B.
the Confederate chief of artillery. their Intrencbmeuts. Just then an I R. Wilson A Son. SIT. 519 w. Bar St.> JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
Captain Dixon. One shot pierced the order reached Wallace to suspend tlm Magazine .

fi Carondelet. but did but little damage., attack; but .believing be hail tbe wedge His tVbereaboate. ,

'On the 14th the ships steamed up to well in, he Ignored the order and pushed "Do you happen to know anything of I .
i within 400 yards and tho combatant the' skirmishers forward to tbe your master's whereabouts asked a An y F'ULLEXPRESS'
k on both sides were bent upon a'teat of Charlotte road again, cutting off the wife who was looking for her husband. .- FuL>A.

_ 'g guns and mettle. The, onslaught by way of esvnpe. Ill mea bivouacked "I'm not euro, mem,;' said the care Illustrated. '!, ?, :

Foote's guns was terrlflc, and the within 150: rods of the enemy's guns, ful servant, "but I think they're In the Monthly \qt'i o
gunners lu the water batteries of the lying on their arms ready for the expected wash." EXPRESr

fort began to desert their pieces. Tben counter assault Grunt retired ONE DOLLAR A YEAR., PREPAID PREPAID
In' an instant' nil was changed. A. eolld the night of the 13th: believing that When pain or Irritation exists on any ;

_?4 shot tore through the pilothouse of the the Confederate must surrender next part of the body the application of Bal Send for Sample Copy.. Irl,
St. Louis, killing the pilot and destroy. day or be captured In their works.. Time! lard's Snow Liniment will give prompt

Ins the wheel. Flag Officer Foote was battle for the iiimy bad been more desperate relief. Trice 23 and 60'cents. B. K. Wilson Address: 0. D. ACKKKLY:
wounded .by. the side of the pilot. Ail tlmir tlUlt of Shutter's: corps at tfc Sou. I

other shot wounded the pilot of the Han Juan Hill and HI Cone July 1, 6ptS
) Jacksonville Fla. --
ICaellf Publisher
Granted J :
Louisville and cut the tiller ropes. 18US. The ta'oOl had lost over 2,800
+r Both Injured ships dropped out of till killed and wounded and the navy C4lu Tommy-Mu. can I have two piece.. 1iIhJ 50
fight, covered by the Carondelet and nil. of pie this noon 7 A. ]G'loricltLREAT : an.: $4f & 1 I iDo

rittsburg. The Plttsburg/ soon turned McClernoitd'a! battle had been the MaCertainly, Tommy. Cut the DISCOVERY.

Ir f about badly cut up and the Carondelet most costly of the day in losses! Tbe piece Journal you have In two. Somervllle Exhibited In preaence. of Judge Chrl.tli>, ........*. QtS I t DELIVERED F
b q faced the batteries alone for a time. Confederate attack on Grant's right t eoutlnr Attorney" the Criminal. CouNlof Du- f
The highest gun of tbe enemy's water held by McClornand'a division hud There I I. probably no disease or condition val letter County of'TeetimonlalaoftheCures' .Flu.. and Jaokannvllle of F'a.Consumption. 1XK( $

buttery was In charge of a boy of the burn planned the night of the 14tU\', of the human system that cause Catarrb. Asthma,eto., from some of the ; oO 12Ay
of more suffering and distress than piles.Tabier's most prominent cltliena of the Unttetl 8'aien.
name Frequa. War was fun to the after tbe repulse of (o'oote'sgunboatI' "' wanted. 91 package; trialpaokag.acents.
4 lad, and when he easy the confusion and while Ur.ntVa.. debating the Buckeye Pile Ointment cures : : Address: iit for the JPabst Brewing Co.
among tbe Federal ships he said to his question of a protracted siege. The then quickly, without pain or detention WILLIS :K. VOUNO. JACKSONVILLE!:, FLA.
from business. Price ISO cents in bottles
mates "See me take the tallest chim plan of the Confederates In springingthe tubes, 75 cents J). B. Wilson &iSon.
j4 ii nay" The chimney came down and attack was to throw 10.000 men Photography, Picture: Frames'I

a with It the flag and F'retluo shouted: noon MrClernand and rush through and Mouldings. D on"take P Zl 'cure TheytempocarllI' constipatlo,
i, "Come onl I You are not at Fort Henry Corn King Phillips'! latest trouble Is S t
by agitating
t' !" lie landed a shot in a porthole of aid to be due to being "long on rye." -
and Marine Photographs bowels, but regular action cannot: be secured until tile liver
: Portrait Landscape
the Carondelet and the entire fleet
It is the
usually case that when
lyi a man
Portrait In all the latest styles. secretes enough bile to make the ..Intestines. ,
$ backed oft oat of range. 4 is long on rye he will in time be shorton Old pictures copied and enlarged to any execute their natural functions. -wagf Unnat-
k'' The Confederates jubilant over the almost everything* else. size and finished in any style deal red. ural agitation caused by cathartics, tssH
1 easy repulse of the gunboats, sent a Florida views for sale Work finished! continual and Increasing doses to
telegram to Richmond announcing a The lies Prescription. for Malaria for amateur at trade prices attain the results. n
r great victory. It wits soon followed by Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's F. M. TAYLOR compCISI
one telling a different story although; Tasteless Chill Totalo. It Is simply iron TitusTllle.( Fla.
Grant retired to his blanket that night and quinine In a tasteless form. No the

thinking he would have. to begin,:: a locI Cure, No Cure. Price BOcts. Clothing Cleaned, Dyed r liver on Chills
i i a { cures
elego. The troops had no shelter, and -
It was intensely colt!. The soldiers bad( In the light of the recent Sharke)". Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa e and Fever and every form of

r recklessly thrown away their overcoats Maher fiasco in Philadelphia it would, specially. Address Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter
SAM FKRKIXS!!, Fevers and, by going' to the seat of the
Perfect Health seem that the science of prizefighting Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street
consists of getting a collar bold. on the P. O. Box 255. Sanford, Fla. trouble, works permanent cure
Ts within the reach of almost
gate receipts in advance. ,. ..
woman. The weakness, nervousnessand
I :Return North Via. Clyde; Lln_.
1k women irritability suffer is in from general which due so to many disease Cures<< flood and Skin Disease It. II.,WILSON & SOX.

of the delicate) womanly. organism. Itching Humors Eczema They resent season bids fail to be .
I Ip When the disease l l health is ft-e tabli.hed. the past several years and we beg to IF YOU A...
Doctor Pierce' Favorite Prescriptionmakes Send no money-simply write and try remind our renders of the Increased facilities
weak women strong and sick Ttola ,o Itlood Balm at our expense. We of the Clyde Line by the addition
women well. It promote regularity, distribute free over 10,000 treatments In of the elegant new ships ApAche and
.b .a' dries. disagreeable and enfeebling drain, Hamilton county Ohio The cures made Arapnboe. The steamers Comanche and Building Lot
heals inflammation and ulceration and by Blood Balm, spread fast we were Iroquois are also' virtually new ships. as .. ,
cure female weakness. When these unable to 1111 orders. Ills the same e.er1- they have been lengthened out and increased
diseases are cured< headache backache, passenger accommodations added.
where. A trial of Blood Balm I I.* our best
IL'I nervousness and weakness are cured also. reference so dou't hesitate to write torn All the Clyde ships Are up to date In appointment or a lot with, a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
*I was von weak and nervous when X commenced free rand the tables are supplied
t Pierces Favorite Prmerip. sample. LAND FOR AN" ORANGE CRCrTE,
with the best of everylng to eat. The
I n+r ion and 'Goren Medical Dlncnvcrr.' about a If you stiller from ulcers,eczema,scrofula -
,* vmlre Mrs M. Bvrett, of BoDzfonl blood Clyde Line operate. the finest service
/ear ago| oR1. poison cancer, eating sore. PINEAPPLE PLANTATIO or TRUCK CARDED
nI street, WoottMock. ; "I had been Itching skin pimples, bolls bone pains plying the, Atlantic Coast.
tunVrlnar. Cur aevcn. 'long months, and had taken CIIAS. II. WAITOJT, Agent.Titusvllle We probably have for sale just what 10'11 are seeking.
I ..licin. from a phyaiclan all the time, but it swelling\ rheumatism catarrh, or any .
craned to make me feel I much were, Mytomaeh blood or skin disease, we advise you to Fla.
my aerves. vras were en bad ia(such*o tny a doctor Mate told that met I would, and take Botanic Blood Balm (B. ]1. D.). Especially Settlers are flocking but still there Is room. If ;you

.tart at the leant aol.., t felt lrriv>ble at all recommended for old, obstinate TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The looking this way, drop a line to
tttne was not able to do aar of my own house. deep-seated eases of malignant blood or -
work had to 'keep help the time Mow t
tifTcred ( od. and mvaelf alone know I WM skin disease, because Botanlo Blood Balm following are the times of arrival 'JAS. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce'Pi' Ident.
rally\ cmtraged! when I .commenced taking ((8. B. It.) kills the poison In the blood, and departure of passenger trains to and ,
I I III help your me.medicine took, but Are the battle fint of hottl. Pi-rvritf aeemrd Prescription to cures where all\ elite fails, heals every. from Titusvllle: FLORIDA EAST COAST 'n-y,
'I ,' 'Oolden Medical Dlicovery.' sore, makes tbe blood pure and rich, *OCTHIM>CHI>.
i also two vlnl if Dr, Pierce. rleaant Pellein. gives the skin the rich glow of health I 13:M/ -jn.Laare ST. AUGUSTIXE: F
I :.a.softer recommend these' medicines to all H, B. U.. the moat perfect) blood purifier *Tltuivllle for Miaul and U: :or p.n>. .
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OENBHAl Law WALLACE, 0'. 8. V. as I did. I never had bt'ter health intermediate points. at 1 a:4? p.m. -
I0ne of the Fort Donelson heroes From than I now enn*. ant it ia aU owing to Dr. made. Thoroughly: tested for SO years. ...tpu.XOBTHBOOTO. .
a wartime photograph. Plena's. medicines" Costs $1 per large bottle at drug stores JOE
Dr. Pieice's Common Sense Medical To Introduce It, samples of Blood Balm S-lJa-m. i PRHTTHTGOF :
and blankets and it was risky to have Adviser, in paper covers, is sent fro on sent free by writing Blood Balm Co.,At Leave TttnaTllVe. for Jacksonville j 2:011: ..... ''
fires within range of tbe guns of the receipt of u one eent stamps to pa yexpense lantaGa. Describe trouble and free med. and Intermediate points. at t eta:*
fort. Early on the 13th: Grant visited of mailing oat/y. Address Dr. loaladviceaf.oglven. )ta"Thl.lsanhon.set : for Sanford .. 7t111..... ,

1 i S r, the .wounded flag piicer{ on ,thq t. R. V, Were, Buffltlo N. Y. offer-medicine sent at once, prepaid. Arrive TltnavlUe front Sanford. ,1:10 p.tD ADVOCATE PRINTING: OFFICE.r4 .

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Cards.RoBDNS .
t0ssional -- -

fro -- t FEDERATION OF WOMEN.: Vnlted State" and the II>W T*.
-- R.n; """J... ;\ \ t \ The Lord
baud: u 'olicct, \ Biw'fcU[ e/. CrllII bl1rlll', Rrlt- CANCAFRDUS
; JI. Garnets to "oaJjllrn: 1C4 Mw Rowe )i Landon, of Columbus, lIb undersecretary of state for foreign

Gi'l'TOR.'iEY AND COUNSELOR, met with fi lhl+treL h, L 0..1 daughter: ; lf the eldest; lltellot Mrs. affairs. tvttentttnjc the oft rcix-iitcd
eat. the Bought of West Valtn Bench, statement teat \but for the friendly attitude Are. in many respects like ulcers e>rsores
A T.LA W.1 kaept the hiMbnnd was Dr. C. P Landon ULCERS this other 1
loft And pll_Iklf rcs..r has been aRked by the ommlt of Great Britain In th. ..lIrlytnltl'II : null resemblance fataL
and United States dole Slteh., program Valuable time 1st lot in fruitless efforts to heal I
t -
10 I do : tee of the general, fete atlon to-speak at; -. Spanish-American, war all
pncdce not break.
f11' Court. No ronah.arhI.e. \ \ the blonoml session In Los Angeles/ In the viMitteeatal powers would hikT civ- the aura with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer !that lire multiplying .
Tit.M.g LA. 10 than..ndeut \ \ 'O \ May. Mbw. Landon does not represent in.the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop. [
ome[ at iT tP .lames' 1ha \\\ any club, but will speak on "'JTh lYess en moral: l if not active mipport to Spain: ing keep-tap the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting pains

,- oflly keeps no \,\\ \ \ tlooklae Our American Type," purelty as a member against tb* United State, luu enusoduioetk announce tae approach of the eating and 1 sloughing stage and a hideous

L. GULDEN, r hk.' of the fraternity. ee-nt lu Kur |>t'nrn rupltals sickening: cancerous sore begins its

we.n flew, twice but' \ As a newspaper woman, TMkss Landon and; brwyjtit oat vigorous protest from destru-eti.-e'WOCk.: In r "... T. 1899, noticed *>'.*.. 11
I la widely known lump my lower lip. Tb. doctor o aHo .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. a.lnbgb) b. / and greatly admired oXOclai and nemlotDclal sourcvex. WIllie nWir I sore can exist witht.rlm.t
aeofEureka 1 her vivacity' of expression her lt but another aam. and broke
In all the Ccmrtt of the State H aro...UIG .r- charm. la addition being great It ts admitted that at that time and out some: predisposing internal\ cause out into an open acre. I ban to '.ke
_p""dce a"18 Court I to bel-g a writer of that has poisoned the blood, and the s. S. s. and after I had taken .
Ill,.and the< "nlwd ex'ensive reputation, 8b... at the bead sToc: Crest Britain has been extremely dLschargingulcer thefcltertla. the 111..0.. ha..led entirely and no
TITUS VlI.UJo1.235. LLB, FLA. ol the language: departmeat of the Central friendly! toward us. which we fully ap .t"D..t tile disease have b..n seen
Sold High School "The rnwa" may feel predate It Is by no means clear that UtR" more on the lip, cheek or other .I.noe. w. I'. Brown, Holland., 8'.o.
-- '\ of the will continue to
verywhm that It Is receiving Its full IlIotaof praise part body
J, WEBB .11 In cans ilm.Mad. *. \ \\ //1, and appreciation at the hands of Miss she restrained the other powers from spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood ia purified awl themincer

F. .bySl.tod.rd Landon and the aasembled thousands taking a position hostile-to ns. Indeed, ( germs or morbid matter eVminatecl from the circulation.

EY.AT.LAW, 011 11t 1 who will\[ bear her will b* convinced still tn the light of subsequent history, It Is S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete niAtter. It has rrtat '

mloraotloeln the Courts of the 7th CompanyKIDNEY more conclusively, that Ohio ranks first 4ulto apparent[ [ Unit UQfI4! of tbem. ex.cept antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons Ir'

"V for non-residents in its many things the least of which Ie l not\; Austria whosv titling house is and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is

$1 J! ntI andaccounts coUeoted.1Jt11IVlLLII Mrs.women.][oulfhtdb's brother-in-law, Dr. bound to. that of Stp tn by tips of carried to the Ulcer or sore the healing process

FLORIDA. Jandon-tather begins the discharge cease) and the place:: heals
of Miss Uowena Landoo blood, desired to latCTfore In Spain'sbehalf
over and new skin forma. S. S. S. is strictly vegetable
was one of the moat prominent
though all
they were strongly
DISEASES physicians of Ohio, and a leader In blood purifier containing no mercury: or l
PENNET urged to do so bjr; tb Austrian governr .
D. theory and practice of medicine. MUs minerals of any description,.
A, Landou'a mother is a highly educated moot. If :you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind,write us about it, medical .

ATTORyET-AT-LAW,, are the most fatal of all dis. woman and a moat fluent and Interest; Accordlnsto.! statement coming (roan advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of

.. eases. lug writer. Mr. Hal. D. Landon, the a blgb authority in Purls. Great Britain the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Go.K .

,)roSI'iLLII, FLORIDA.. oldest brother, a most thorough newspaper took the same attitude as Franc .. .. .
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man, Is at; the National Capitol "
I practice !In all the courts of the 7th Cm CV'O' KIDNEY CURE .IIQlULLI doing business for the leading papers of and the other powers in tbe Spanish ne.6otlutlons The Largest and Most Com- 1 1

Judicial Circuit.11OROAN' the country. Ills younger brother, Mr .. at the end of March. ItW>&
o Guarantead Remedy Establishment South .
Carl Tnmlon who died months {
some to secure (Intervention of the pow

since-nUo a bright and competent newspaper ers In her favor Great Britain at that CEO S HACKER & SON \
& or money refunded. Contains nmo-who was at ways, tn attendance "
on the late President MoKlnley, time It Is inserted, neither refused nor .

Bit E4TATK AND INSURANCE remedies recognized by emi when on his visits to his home In Ohio consented to Join In collective action. I I I II

nent physicians as the best for was counted one of the moat competentmen All the powers were hesitating until abm and solvn
Loans, Notary Public on tb Cincinnati Enquirer. Wins they ascertained the Intention. of theothers. I
Kidney and Bladder troubles. tohereber
Kowena Laadon, who Is to deliver the good crops
CiilJeolloo. Typewriting, Stenography. Russia clinched the matter by
PRICE SOc.: and j'KOO. address at the General Federation at Los art grolvn.
TirusviLLK, It. U AugeloH, Is a young woman of most suei tbe late Count MuravtefTs blunt rejection 1
--' ; SON. |> 'lor mind and attainments, highly cultured of the'I I proposal Sold everywhere

A. WORLEY --- and one of the brightest of writes" : ,A second effort made by Austria In foot Annual FREE.

and most fascinating a speakers behalf of Spain met the some fate Do M. rs-NMY. tiO. ,
!Prlm-e Henry la going to Chicago Miss Landon has one slater-a most
ATTORNEY-AT-LAWi all of tho agreeing not to do Detroit
uot\vltlistuiulli/ the ruN shut charming woman-who, like' the other powers Mloft.Fotey's .
tidal practice In State and Federal they members of the family, is highly educated anything that would have the appearance
Cooru. All business entrusted will' have only four real society people In and cultured. She IB the widow of of putting: pressure on tbe United -.--. --.

receive prompt attention. that town. Proliiibly Ilclnrlcb will the late lion Geo. L. Converse, of Ohio, States though undoubtedly Great Britain Tar ..c

lIBeral Counsel for the Tu ttla Estate. huve Just an food u time lu tko Windy ex-Member of Congress, and one of the Honey-- ana

MiamiXUMI .\ I City us though there wcr u wbolc most noted jurists/ not only of Ohio, but took the Initiative In the expression cures colds, prevents pneumonia MANUFACTURERS OB1
of the lIe of the of this noninterference. The French
country. was one orig I
FLORIDA. bunch of Sash Blinds
folks Doors
society there to welcome

inal members of the Nicaragua Canal authority above quoted asserts that AY ldlnir Stationery ,

IillES ANDREWS, him. '_ Commission thuslantlo worker, and.a for most Its completion.tealous and en-It France's attitude throughout was Mc( uldmg & Building Material .
I "I have used Chamberlain's Cough: his friendly to the United States n. well lIa The AiivoOaT having received a nice ,

ATTORV ETT-AT-L A.W. Remedy for a to number of years and have and was dissoussloo favorite during topic his for last conversation year*. lIe to Spain, her ardent desire being to lot oow of epared the latest to type execute and on stationery abort notice Is C ffloe *: Waierootns King opposite i S
no hesitancy saying that It Is the beat
Eiilo office and postpifice address TITUSnut. always insisted that the the Initiative hi Cannon Street.Charleston .
remedy for cough/: colds and croup 1 haw building avert war. She took no Wedding Invitations, Announcements '
Branch office at FORT PIKHCK.fti ever used ID my family. I have not wordsto canal was of Incalculable value and Importance any suggestion tending to put pressure> and Ladle flitting oarda. Qlvoiis your S C

| tlnlt Attorney for Brevard Co. express my confidence la this remedy to this country. on the United States nor at any time orders. +

Notary Public State at Large. -Mrs. J A. Moore North !Side, Mich. encouraged Spain to resistance lice Sash Weights Cord and '

dealers.Fur Hale by all druggists and medicine Mr. 1C. Wheeler Got ,Rid of Ills hftn..nc9VII.. always directed In tbe Foley's Kidney Cure '

STErE E. FOSTER, Itlieumatlsm. pourparlers et the powers to maintaining makes kidneys and bladder right. Hardware '

"During the winter of 1808 I "
was so pence.
ATTOKXEr-AT-LAWi; Notice to Creditors. lame In my joints, to fact all over my Lord Cranborne'i! statement bill Foley's Honey and Tar Window and'F'ancyClas! I

Sims Building) PEIWOXa: body, that I could hardly bobble around, brought out this avowal from the Russian forchl drensaleSure, Wo 01'1.'... A SPECIALTY.
HOLDING CLAIMS OR IB- when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ALL of whatsoever nature SKalnnt the Palo Balm. From the first application I foreign otOco: "Ilunnln baa always .
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e.Wteof William F. Rlclmriln' deoeiuwl I },
are hereby required topreiient them I to the ni.dorlKneii began to get well, and was cured, and ,been and now Is extremely desirous of
:: wltnln: two yearn firm the tint pulillcntlnii have worked steadily all the year.-R. maintaining amicable relations witthe Peninsular Occidental Go '
KORGE V. ALLEN, of till notice, .ntlierwlna the tatua will be Wheeler, North wood, N.Y. For sale by United'State I Steamship
pleaded bar of their demand *. nnssla never bad
MAI't> L. RiniARr all druggists and medicine dealers 'J
ATTORNEY-A.T-LAW. J. HUWARIlL.Krill'lt.llCAIT, any Intention of participating In any Stales Fait Mall Router for i'

fur W :u. FLORIDA.. Hmnr Ksuoutors Fnthertoaa Children In .ln .Mtl.Japnrt collective step In the! Spanish-American KEY WEST CUIIA AND THI WEST:' INDIKH VIA MIAMI AND PORT TAMPA, )'LA. .

jflll practice In the United States lias only ono orplinim: jot.tIn dispute -which: did not directly concern I'rnponedmailingsfoeffect Bubjeut to ohangs anil|>nameni wltbont notice

|al State Courts. Ojun95 Notice of Application for Tax no other In ml are fnthvrlcHM children her. MIAMI-HAVANA MNE. Coinmenolnfr Janiurr I.(002-1&, B.Miami.

better eared for. Every family cores an f.v. Miami""11'., WaiU.... .. .. .. .lltiM. p.; in. I Lv I..nb. Tee.. rrl.... ,. ". ,. .,11:00 noon. rl
Deed. From Berlin comes equally emphatic Ar Havana, MunThnr... .. ........ O.UO: |I'. m. |/ Ar. ..Mlaiul Vwla.Hat.. .. .. ..' .. .. ..61(5amu..
0. FRIES, C. E.COUNTY Under Section 8.of Chapter 488 Law of Fla. for the sick destitute or orphan nearest denial of Lord Crnnborne's Insi .
J PORT TA.MPA-KBT WEST-ItA V AN" 1.INIC.l.'ommnnnlnr Jan. 8,IflO'i-: +la. .l.. Olivette. fMaioott.
IS HEREHV OIVBtf THAT JOHN to It. There la a superstition that
NOTICE pnroltaiwr Tax Certlrttiaba No. 215, mm t Ion that Germany had any lotl"nI I I.T', Tort Tamil*, Tiiea,.Fri, IHiins' ,. Otfla: I Lv, Havana 5Wede, (Mnn*, ..,. Sail: p m.
SURVEYOR. dated the 4th day of July A.D, 1H1W!, has a childless house Is accursed and people tlon of siding against us ID the Interest Ar Ko Wept,.Tuea. '..1'1.' $Hiin ....11:30: |I'm'l I Ar. Key Weet aW.d., 'Hau. tMon... Niiio" I" m.
) LvKeyWest' *"'I"*, Erlsteuna.i2n' \ > .. Lv. Kay wml,'
Und legally surveyed and sub-divided. filed Bald certificate In luy oltloe, and has made who are not blessed with children Werlanat.tMoneInep.m."
lupplng neatly done. Estimates for application for tax tI..d to lesueIn nuonrdance tof their own never rest till they have of Spain I Imperial Chancellor" Itu Ar, Havana, Wous, Bau, {tMoiiB, Mons.O0; )s. | Ar Turt T"m,.a,Tlmr, 'Hun: tTiiea. I:iDO p. m.

lal kinds of engineering; works. DisiW with denotlbeil law. Bald nraiwrtr ooitlfloato, rlinateil etnuracet In the Hravar following adopted come waif. low repealing what be! said In time MIAMr-NAHflAtl MNK-Tomm.nnln Jauuary(I, inoiH. S.I' Xdward. 1

[? lines a specialty county, Florida" to will, NX of \VM <>' I.>t2Blk relcliHtiig ul the time of our trouble r.v', :'Mlimil, Morn Tliuri ... ....Ii '121) p.m. I I Lv. Naaiau' WmliiMihiT. lI"t"r(lar".lflfllO.: | m.
1 If liuavlllu, HectlonS, Ti>wnHlili">fl 3. 11. *>r.>, Tneedeys'rldaye...... adO ',.cat .| Mlauit.Tliurailayii. ., tliiiiilajra". ., .. !JIOO.5. ey
TDVIU.E Brevard Co., FLORIDA. 31 K. The: laid. : land. houm .iwexiwd at the tintsof Are nervous run down weak" and with Spaln-tbot "tbei Geraiau govern Cmmuu.enuing, i.l>ruarf a, IWKILv. t t
of each o-irtirtcate, lit tha you Mom Wells, rrl, .. ., .. I:1011' |p, ni I Lv. Niuaau Tu... ThureMat.,11e0. p. bl.
the 1 l-atiaiioe nanw
of IXiren A K" ante-. Unle Halt) cnrt.lhoite dissplrlred. Take a few doses of bier mem und [people are filled with an ear Ar.Neaeal.Tu.Thur.eats.' ., .... I| ).

I N S BURYHAM, M. p. shall lie rail,.erred aoo
will ttwnaun on the 114th d>y nf March A. Into the exhaustttd nerves t the overwork. perfect reciprocity and III lit 1111 1 appro.rlutlou Lv. Miami \1"1111 April l I., April W.JIMIO v. NM ..u, April l', A"rIIIO. April ..IOIIplII.:
[ P.Wlsle4e! mv ullli'lal, denature and seal thin the ed brain or muncular system, and put a Ar.NsouAprilllApril' 19AprIlIII5 ..1'11I./1 I| Ar.FhamtApr11UApril. :iw,,, April 21.oWitu.: S
1RGEOY and tin trucll lonul good relations
SPECIALIST 2IMt nay of February, A. I). IINKI new face on life and business. Price, 60 MIAMI-KEY WK8T: MSB-Coiiiminolna eaen.lier>> 111, IUMI-n. ..City: nt Key W..t.
I Ear [Ct.Cl.Heal.1 A. A. STEWART: cents. B. R. Wilson A: Son. which have always existed between ..,. .. .....
l Nose and Throat. Lv. Miami Nona Weilp, rsla II :VO p m.Iy.I Key W..c.1' Thur., Hal*.._.... a SO p.m. I
8t Clark Circuit Court of lirevard County Fla ourselves end the United States" *r. Kwy W..ITu"."TUur.. ....u.. .. |/ ",. Miami Wwla, JTrl. Him.. ., .

y In' PALM BEACH, .' FLORIDA. All these liuun bated on VUtU Meridian Standsril Time except thai. il.own. fur Maautu I Is looul, or I
vigorous protests against
It Is announced that Captain IlobnonIt NaMMu time.Thin
T Notice.[ Lord I Cranborne's Insinuations are sluill0onnt .al"rt>Kt *pravlmi* ndtlna.Jack CHARLm ... MYKHa; Manager.
DOUGtlTOX'S'\ Koiuu to enter the lecture Held. That ..m.lll",>I January 1, ivotl. Jaokwintllla, Via, "

DE M HEIIEBY O1VEV: THAT IT 111 Is oil rlubt ""ou b. but It Is ton> Loped and gratifying; /; and Indicate -. --- -- -- -- --- -, --- .-.- -. -
NOTICE .. ,,, lv his Hon. A. I). that nil the of Europe are desirous
lo i,>i> to that he will HiJpvur an an authority otinnrlKiitlon powers tIC" m,_ ..". _
OATiNO Pdnnevl'mmtVJndgeInandfor< Hrevard
J DENTAL APARTMENTS (Conntr, "'10'111..00 the ''tut day of )March 111O' and* not as an expert in of being\ \ regarded as especially
TltimvlllH, for anth ...11to/ R"ll at i>rlvau ale. friendly to the United States. row. ;
on the "Dentos," all the one-half undivided. Intarmt "f Winifred,l la. osculation. ,
Dixon, minor Annie Dixon deraaud. Rte famond Wa.hlnJttan Baltimore
Now AT PALM BKACH In and I..that tract IIfot. lying ID HrevarJ Stops the Cough Nervous children are almost always"
County Florlila' il' -- : and work off the Cold. t
:: ,-_ ___ _n __. __ ____ HaRiiinlnK: I'J alialnx: math; of tlinnrthwMt. oeldom nervuni. White's Cream Verml A.h..UJe Chattanooga Lovtlsvlllei I.
corner of lot 8, Sao.2H,Tp.24, 8. R BO E thenceeaetalong [Laxative Uromo-Quinipe Tablets our a
th"nonth line o r land Inrneriy( of T. cold In one day. No Cure, No Fay.Pi Time Is hit, beat pretenia'lve' of nervous. Cincinnati) Ct. Louie Kansas City I
K nlxo'i : nhalne' dad BO link to tie: honk of ness. It strengthens the system and as .
Virginia Homesron Indian River at low water. mark, tlwnc *..uthdeiireeo Ice ;23ots. slits to that IOU of flesh wlilcD creates Detroit Cleveland PittaburrfRAILWAY
:'At nw" along ald river :2 chain. all.170Iln. Chicago eta l
.. to J. (>. i-li4)lldd' noMheiwt, nrnorchanoa 'length ami power of Induranue. 1'rlce, .
went Ill f aalij .olioniild'i ,ixirtli, Him tn President Schwab la now being cruelly I. li: the wax iHiundary of calil. lot 3, thnnne north I
learn ulinln and M link tn the ]>omt of KlulOK con- reminded that If be bad more of the
| all ,
about Virginia Lands, tIranare. tS
> t..lnlllg :1100: a"ree' education which It Is bin habit to products, mode of o-il .J. W. ARl'NER: OrntiKes art a nioftt valuable frnlt.Onince "'
IIv8tlon. pi-loen, etc., by reading the 5t-mar2li] A* Guardian Win"red M. Inxon.. as useless for men of affairs lie Juk-c allays thirst and with I p 1 1Y

rlrgillh' Farmer. Send lOcts. would not have betrayed so pitiful l a '
few expeptlons Is well borne l>y thtwpiikent '
'armor Co., Emporla* subscription, Va. 'to the Notice to Noii-Kesldent. lack'of mental resource the momont stuiuach. It Is aluoii. Idxntlve. I H;

- be wn freed from his accustomed oc and It tnkeu at night or l before brcnk-

! THE rint'UIT COURT IV AND FOR( IIRE. cupations. The shot Is well aimed. font It will tie found most Ixniftlcliil.Lades' .- ,
NNER SALVE IJf van! County KI", !
In ('hancet"") Horn Journal. ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
>he mot- healing i salve In the world. Jackson Don't let the hand of time paint wrinkles t ,
LvaIBIIIforDlvome.I : on face. Keep young, by keep '
Tom Jlloluon.Sotl"e) to Nou-Reldent. Ing the your blood pure and the digestive organs STATE or OHIO, Crrr or ToLiet, I l Tho Southern's Palm Limited
To Tom lackiw; I : In a healthy condition. Jferblnt- Frank J. makes oath that J r.he I I. THe Washington Richmond and
Vuu ar herelyregnlredtosplbartnthebillof will do this. Health I I. youth dlseaM Cheney ,
A Sample. copy one of the best farm complaint herein tiled. aal..nt. you In the of and sickness. brines old age. Price fiOcents. the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Florida Limited J
before the IK Uy
I* above entitled cane on or I Cheney Co.,doing business tl jCJv: !
!*" published if B. K Wilson: !Hon.:
send A D. 111(51.JrhoEAST
free will
you of Toledo and State aforesaid r'a'
C'IAST ADVOCATE a newapaperpul.ll.he County THe New YorK and Florida ExpressTO
'our name on a postal card, mentioning :. In old County b hereby .I/tnated. / and that Slid firm will pay the sum of
till ."bll"hedoooeeach which, thin order corwecutlvewftna hall be It would appear that the earthquake One Hundred Dollars for each and every THC CAST.
week for eight
paper| In the City of Mexico only temporarily
TH: PLOWDOT Co., W mT hand and the dad.' of Mid Court quaked the pen-American congress. It the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. The Chicago and Florida Special {t
this the:28th da,of January. '! A. W.OUIAIOJlf''
$; j .
W ART. would take a pretty large sized setscala { Seal
Atlanta G... i
Clerk Circuit Court. r Nofei-y ]'ubllc.Hall'a I The Florida Limited'
By O. A. Stewart D.C. 31Jan disturbance to effectual/! silence tliat Catsrrb Cure Is taken Internallyand a

- body.- act directly) on the blood and mucous TO THC MOllTH AMD WEST. ,

I GoOd surfaces of the system Send: for
Ordinance Against Selling Something that will do you Good te.tlmonlal.lree. ;.1.1I I

BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE on Sunday. ,. J. VII ENEJf: .t (:0., Toledo, Car Line :
We know of no way In which we can Pullman Sleeping Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via ,. I
IIll's Family '
be of more service to; oar readers than tn by Druggists, 73c. Asheville through 1'he Land of the Sky."

An Amendment to the Town Ordinance agalnaC toll\ them of something that will be of lllls are the best. Through trains via Tbe Southern Hallway are operated in {j' .

KuMaK_ (loot,, ?? BliniUr.!: TOWS COI7,- real. good to them. Fur 'this reason we It He"That W.... connection with the Plant System and Florid Rut Coast Railway i f

rE ell IT of ORD the Town IXItO situ.lIIe.that CI>A Unll- want to acquaint them with what we eastern cashier speculated." Pullman Sleeping: Cart and Hotel Dining- Can on all through; ftralnl
15 nance aVrain.t....lI1nl{ good on 8u"uay be consider one of the very best remedies on I
"And of course was unsuccessful.
amended. to read.A the market for cough, colds, and that
TltaDK Maaa.OC.IGNI "Wncev.r keeps aSKSS.oo.l. or or chattels dl.potel on of Sunday any alarming complaint, croup. We refer toChamberlain's "Why do you Jump to that conclusion Ask fee Tickets via Seethe Railway. C rr.ipestf."ee $S.lIoU. I !

wan I. mile marcba or barter'e.* urn,ah 11 l hepuol.bad ; Cough Remedy. We have r' S
An.r. CeevrnioHT Ac.h by.or a line nOl .",,_the Fire Dollars,or byImprisonment oned It with good resit!'* ID oar family so "Because they don't call it specula'

-. .in,5"'rl"liJ2..n' '"."or a.ket" ndr_wb.l Ib V mar aa to ex.e'I 10.I..ty the dayr comeeon. by Jail both for inch a perlnel aw. long that It bae beeoni a household a.cesslty. tlon when thai cashier wlo.-Cl.y. H. F. CAREY. n*. P.... AfL, 108 V. Br St.. JaaaoovlU, PU. j 1, I
WnCTJJ7ir: ; ; ; >.l>'TP ." not .timer.gency .- By It* prompt use we bsven'tany land Plain D.aler.This .
':,ices, OIA..t :.:".: -fM..tuna5 adbnMron Ppeuea4.o... and or. 1ProovldeA howeverethatrIncase.of anolhera doubt but that It ba* time and again S. H. HARmnCK V. H. TAYIOE,
... ,at4 "'.... I( h Manu aCe.r.adv.SckiiiiiiC or bllO..lty.n tMhe rnfohoi an.1 _.1- prevented croup. The testimony Is given I
eLrra.In tbe may d/apnea oualomem..UlaonC keg, open upon oarowo experience and we suggest General Pawci>{cr Agent, A. Ceal Piss.D. Ag..417Mbiarloa
01 ute to w.
flmrim. Ilea that our reader, especially those wbo c.. Atfaata Ga.a : .
1 dnn'i, further ot'dnlned. that thle ordinance have small children, always keep It In
...::'.,....!melt' 1l.. ra tad weaklrJjwwt rtr- .hall Iaka effect Im..II.te1y t'el,.....upon,'y 4th ItIt I-J.spplnval.Paaaed their homes safeguard against croup. ilT>atare la _every boa ef ..b. ....1'_ *-.- 1$. I

ton,nnntbb.L'.oW; jtli t.Tirr.e.s.LMrtla. and approved 01. K. DI'Cf'f.O. : !' -Camden, 8. C. Mesenger. For sale by Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabuutk 1909.'j IJ
Mp tM's .,. ...
UN J ,
1 & Co ).tBr adw.y, New York A. FROST.Clerk. 'ifel:It .II druggists and medicine dealer. nail thai r..... ..... .. dey ,
a'taeh. .. Town I Itl
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JAMB0. PBITCHAKD, President; W*. M. Bnowif,

I One of the' moat-delightful affairs at Saturday lost -at Palm Bench, was a Mrs. J. M. Paine, 1\IRlIl'alne and their Mrs, INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
E. P. Porcher have returned from
A 'W..aLY DBVOTCD TO TH> DBTBI.OF the New Kockledge hotel was given In gala day; there beinirvarlous amusements
MINT Or THB I.OIA> UYZ*. LASS) hoior of our first President on the anniversary offered for the benefit ciftbe guests ol tilp to Cuba.

WOBTH AND BIIKIATBIB BA7 IBOTIONS. of his birthday and was In keep. the hotels at this world-renowned renort. Mr. and Mrs. Otis and little boy of COUNTY DEPOSITORY. |
Ing with tbo day. The musk room had In the evening it culminated In a grand Chicago who spent the season here two _
PUBLISHED BVBUY FRIDAY.OVABLBS been tsailly decorated by the ladles and ball. Thin was the event of the wluter years ago, are again registered at the Authorized capital, $100 i
the arrangement of American flip and season for the I'alm lieitch season Is now New Itockledge hotel.C. Paid up capital $35*

H. Editor ill: Fubllelmr.Discontinuance palms was not only pretty but decidedly at Its hvigbth Average deposits
WALTOIT unique. On this uocaoino! the sew dining-room IT. Walton! editor and proprietorof $100

The first on the program was a Brand of the Royal PoinclanA WAS transformed the EAST COAST ADVOCATK-stopped -
of sdvtt. numt be iua march dm log/ quite a gracefuland a fairy
GusHy at thin' "'lIc'or by writing. pretty figures were formed. DurIng with palms of tall and graceful return from Palm Beach, where he wentto Transacts a General Ban

the match, which was done In a form, and scattered around were potted I attend the Washington Birthday Bal
Obeott eto.i uiay !he made payable to CBAIU.IK at the RoyaL( Polnciana.
darkened room different colored lights; plants felon, etc., while an immense Business
W ALT'11f.puWlnlier. were' thrown on tile participants which United States Hag was bung In folds over The roads here befog In feucb a poor ,
added to the 'whole effect. A the entrance ID honor of this auspicious
greatly condition, the cl citizens from Barton ave
......dre.. .all communication toEAST being occasion. 8 mall the United States Lirgest and Oldest Bank on the
merman: was then danced the favors : lingsnf to Cocoa have raised money and purchased -
COAST AttVOCATK, very pretty sod the figures well executed and England/ and various other countries a sprinkling cart to keep down the Exchange bought mind sold
T&TIJm.VILL.1. FLORIDA. under the direction of (the leader, were gracefully hung all over the walls, lust, and are having the roads put in Countries.F&ttronage on all
Mr. J. Edgar McKee. Those participating and Chlaost parasols, with little Chinese. first-class condition This Is a much.needetllmprovemeot .

17. 8. Depiirtment of Agriculture were' : Mr. and Mrs. .1. Kd"ar McKee lanterns, were suspended between the but It would seem appreciated. Prompttruatmenu ervlr<. I
Air. and Mrs.' Ft. E. M. Potter; Mr. and arches The grand tflec was, heightened that tho landowners here pay enough auil every favor coimlntant itf
Weather Itiircan-Jupiter, Fla. Mrs. 15. li. Bnldwln JUInHes Edith Sim- by a general color scheme of red, white taxes for their roads to be kept up wtth- orvatlve banking granted.CORREBrO1DEN'rs i

-' mona, Grace Stewart, Heulah Stewart, and blue and the hundreds of electr" out having to take It ujon, themselves to : >
Gertrude BreI'''''. MIss Wood, Miss Lap- lights shinIng! down the merry Seaboard National Hunk of ?ew Yorlc
upon have
The following; 19 a comparative Itate- I It done. ,I _ _ National Hank of Jacksonville, Fla. <
nont of temperature and rainfall for the ham. Mini K. Bristol Miss Ilarrlcnn, dancers, threw a beautiful glamor over
Mrs. 1'. II. McLaughlin and MIss Carter, tin* wti/tlM fllnlncf The fferman at the New Rockledee rrjjy SVIL4IT u'x.s.
Feb. 23 1002.) '-' '
ending Tuesday ,
-190211)01- Menu John A, Flake. (;IIIIS, Ilaifield/ Dancing commenced; ;; ; ; about 0:30 p. m, hotel-another report of which will be

DATB. MAX. Mtw.' VAX. IIIIf.I. I". li. Suarez, J. Hill 0. W. Matthews, and the fine orchestra gave forth a continuous found In the columns the ADVOCATE-
19 70 49 foII: 6:1: C. rlherwood_ Mr.Blood, Mr _Tbntnas strain of sweet music from that on Washington's birthday was a very
; 20 7J: 110 (J 49 Rod Mr. Ronald. -Mm. F. J., 131 unions time until midnight. Hundreds) of con brilliant affair The ball-room was beautifully TIlE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAh
1 71 112 05 42 was in charge of the favor table. pies were on the floor at every dance decorated'wi tb flags and evergreens
I I., 2i. 011 I\IJ 00 43 After the !german a regular dancing and It was generally admitted that this and every available space was
2:1: no) 4.1; ,6 49 program was followed, all those present was the finest ball ever given at Palm occupied by spectators. At 9:3t1( o'<\\lock
21 73 11:1: 6Ii 42 participating, which Included guests: :Beach. the gas was extinguished In the room, Wood, Coal, Coke Brick, Lime; Cement
i''I 25: 70 61 6A 4:1: from the other hotels. Just before tlie ball ended, ball serpentines and as the couples who were to paticl- ,' ,
:., Total rainfall for the week: 3.S4 Supper was served by Mr. Horace of various coluis were thrown over pate In the german marched, red., e -
iDIi, Depa ture from normal rainfall for the Shares, proprietor of the New Kockledge, wires suspended over.beadl and the large white and blue calcium lights were turned
the menu being a souvenir of the occasion. dialog room was' festooned shades of on them. The dance was led by Mr. Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick
week: plus 3.20 inches. Departure ....,
and and of the
Mrs. KoKee, some figures
I J from normal rainfall since January 1, red, white, blue and yellow; and through .
4(111( the dancers were In the!' costume this mnze the hundreds of dancers made were very pretty. The favors were scarf
," minus 0.21 Inches. 'Offices foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida.
pins for the gentlemen, and paper knives
I HA.L. P. HAIIDI.V Observer. of our colonial ancestors, the gentlemenall beadway.gettlng considerable of It wound
J being In powder and patches as well around their bodies and under their feet for the ladies Everyone, of course, was J. JIUNNERLTN, General Manager.
f' as the ladles. and the gowns: of the latter In addition confetti was thrown over dressed In_ Colonial_ costume_ 'Ya nlngI -

tj ALREADY the political )horizon Is were very pretty, many of them quite every dancer until their bends and clothes I ion was born under the British nag, and
the ladles looked extremely handsome
elaborate. were fairly cove'ral with these small bits
: flecked with clouds, some large and During the evening; all the space that of varl-colored paper. Everyone took It with, their powdered hair and old-fash
others small. W. I). Lamar will was available was occupied by onlookers la good part and enjoyed the fun |'m. ioned gowns. After the dance, refresh MeMurray & Baker

make a strong race for Congress. and seats were at a premium. The meusely. ments were served by M\ anager Shares. ,

4 from the third district and somebody piazzas also were crowded with guests During the evening punch and lemonade ,
that could not find seats Inside as well wall freely dispensed and at midnight Frost bites and chilblains quickly cured 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville. Florida.
I' > will be'elected to the Senate. as visitors from the other hotels. Everyone every dancer was Invited to partake of a by Banner Halve: the most healing reme
Who will It be? voted the affair the best that has free supper, to which hundreds did ample dy in the world. B. K. Wilson & /Hon.Illldltcli -Headquni.ters for-
been given here and many encores wonv justice. ,
asked which were gracefully: respondedto To give a partial list of the names of Steam Laundry.
JACKBONVILIE etill continues to by the dancers. It la hoped that the the elite of society present would fill a Wagon Vehicles Harness Bicycl!,

build at a rapid rate. Soon the entertaining evening will be repeated by page of he ADVOCATE, for It was said Basket will\ leave office of Southern ,

"burned district" will be filled with all those who were present about 1,000 people were present in the Express Co., every Tuesday morning nod Sundries."KELLY" .
business blocks and handsome reel A word of praise Is due the orchestra ball-room; but of course all did not dance. H. W. JOYNBR' Agt. '
of the New Rockledge under the direction Lady MacKenzIe, the Gould., Vander- SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wh
dencea. Though stunned for awhile, of Mr. O. F. Stout, which furnished bllts and others of note were among the
;> Jacksonville!! la. now convalescent. the music for the occasion. dancers. Notice of Application for Tax at short notice.

and will soon be restored to perrect The attendance was l largely. '.:'epr.eR n. Deed.
business health. tatlye of the cultuie and wealth of the
ADAMSCARROLL.'I Under See.8. of tbap. 4BHK. Laws of Florida.
United States" although Jiiltaln -.: -
and Canada In XTWTICK. ITC: :
were rcpienented fairly
On Monday evening; at the Method- I.L.\ Knox, nuK-haner of Tax Cvrtlfloata No.796. _
SANTOS DUSIONT having discovered let church.\ West pallll Beach, took good numbers. The brilliancy of the iluieil tlio, otb day of July A. I>, 18U6 has.
ed 'principle' of aerial naviga place the marriage of }Ir. George .Samuel Boeno, the beauty of arrangement, and tlle.l certlll..o nivottlie" anti las made -Dealer In-
"1.,1, l tontlun for uuc deed to Itmue In aoourdanneIth
the of detail tit
,. Adam. and Miss Marguerite (J. perfection were only a law. oala cttrtilUate\ tmihracen. time follow- HIDES FURS ALLIGATOR SKINS
tion, we can now look for a fleet of setting for the beauty social positionand TALLOW, ETC., E
Carroll. The rrremony was performed half described, property slcimteil In Uravanl
air ships soon, that will split the by the pastor, Rev. O F. Blnckburn. Immense wealth of those who were in uuiitv, Florida,,to-wit All Heotlim' BU l,Towns 111 p Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention.P. .

' air from New York to Liverpool, Time church was beautifully decorated! attendance. The scene of gentlemen lu 31 L 14. han.nald e land:ab K.being, contuliiliiKtM'larraii.The aaommed. at the dateof. the O. Box 804. Jacksonville, Florid

I' London St. Petersburg and other with palms and other tropical plants black and white and the beautiful women "nuance of .",'h omlHaate In the name of tfluraeiiiuihern -
while varl-colored (lowers, interspersed In resplendent costumes and diamonds lly company. Unl I..... laid certln-
( points and places on the globe. almost beggars deaciiptiou.The ate shall be r among the green, produced a charming | mil will issue tlieroon on time Slat. day of 1\1..rcb.
The twentieth century begins well, scene. Over the ohnnoel'riiil stood an music for the dance was' one unlit A. U use.Wmtimess.
Wireless telegraphy and aerial nav arch of maidenhair ferns and flowers, terrupted spell of hal lnoOJ' In the ballroom inv official signature and seal this. the211th Best Material. Lowest Price
lav of 1> IlKRt
February A.
and the excellence of It of
igation, alone, will make the present while from the center was suspended" a was one [tiS.i A. A. STEWART
L remarkable. What large Moral bell At 8 ::30 o'clock, to the marked features the ball. The orchestra 6t Clerk CI..ultC"urtuf llravard Co., Fla.
i century the strains of the wedding march, 5118 was stationed upon an elevated
might we not expect next. Eva Varbroiigh presiding at the organ, platform at the east s nd of the ballroom, :Notice Application For Tax 'QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
the wedding party entered the church. sand was surrounded by bunting and

? THE Charleston Exposition Is attracting Proceeding/ slowly up the left aisle, palms, which neatly screened the musicians Deed. '
arm In arm, were MUseH Fuller and from the public gaze. Under 8eo. 5,of Chap. 4HKfl, Laws of Flolrda.
wide attention and is in WooHter,' their nttemlants .Alegars. The success of the ball, was an assured -TO'rtC is HERAHV!: OIVTBN THAT u. ft. :Bond Lumber Ccxr Titoill
every sense a unique affair The Tony Lopez and H. K. Keitrel, panning one from tbe smart' and while Prof. Geo. I 4 Knox imrrhaHor. of Tax Certificate No.7UO
K. de Wallers attended to the decora. laud Uu.etli day of.J"Iy A. I>. 111I11I$, hs
exhibits are distinctly southern, up the right aisle. Following Misses\ tiled said ,Lertlfloat In my rltlaa, ,and haa made
and the of the Fuller anti AVooster raina Miss May lions,the head of these elaborate arrangement application for tax deed to iHdtie In auconlanue. A Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
great resources South Creatieiit nod I little MI.slI'e, O-erow, and the planning: of the entire bull with law. Said certificate einbrai-ea the following .

are astonishing!! the world. The the flower /girl, while tile groom; and wall left to Mr. Fred Sterry, the popular described to-wlti, All nltuaced leittlor. I In-&, owOehjp tfrevardcomity O. VANLANDINOIIAM: Manhger. Tlfusvllle. Fl.
; middle of the present century will bent man, Air. Wilbur Varbrough npproached I young manager uf the largest hotel upon iil.rt. ia E.;: ,oonrai I ning IMUaere*: .
em'th. 'fhe ....Itlan.: aneiitecl at the date of the ---- ---- ---
witnee the up-building of vast Industries the altar by way of the right helnir --
of the when ixauanisof such certlltcatiln the nam of Florida
in the aisle. Leaning on the arm of Jr. F.II. The gorgeousness scene aad! certUl.
far South and a Stit born Ity.Company little**
Houghton, the bride advanced slow- the ball was at Its height vied with any cawi>hal) be redeemed, ..centime to law. tax
great influx of emigrants. Then ly along the left aisle to the nltnr. The I big ball ever given lu New York, Washington ilued will Issue thereon on the ai.l day of March, : Paints.

straightway will rise up a Bet of in unit t-enned. and the beautiful cere- or Boston and the gowns worn A.Witness U. o/llefal.'gnRtnrfl' and.seal this the .lVIasury's
men who will feel I It their bounded mony of Methodist( church' was be during: the evening; -some of which were 28th day of Fobruary, A.1>. UNU.It .. .
gun. To: the question"Whogives this slightly damaged dining the dance were [ 81 A A. STEWART
duty to tIght progress and dissipate woman to till man'" ])r. I Houghton marvels of beauty, many of them having. I SC Clerk: Circuit Court of Brovarii (::0., Fla. .

prosperity. replied "I do," nnd leaving the bride been Imported from the English firm of ARE THE BEST. SOLD BY
by the side of the groom, stepped to Worth Paris, as well as direct from London Notice of Application For Tax

TUB: Senator who recently characterized the rejir. The fereinony concluded, The diamonds worn were of great Deed. C-l: ::<:> crE: F" )P ::IJ :J:>IS<::J
the bridal party ret turned to tile Palms brilliancy and value.
Prince Henry ,as a "little hotel where their uilmeroiia friends DUllnll the evening, mlnature United Under 800.8.of Chap. 4888 Laws of Florida. THE LUMBERMAN.EAU .

' J Dutchman" and made an uncalled extended congratulations The presents States !Hags were presented. to tile dan. NirriCK': IS HEREIIV GIVEN THAT Albert GALLIC!!:, FLORIDA.
pnrcliamir' of rax Certificate No.
'. for attack upon our royal visitor, were numerous and handsome tiers, who wore them In their dresses) and IIM, dated dime :tttb day of July, A. I). 1WMI,
manifested Mr. and Mr*. Adams will be fit home to COI\t.. hA. flied Maid certlllvaM In my ollloe, and hamade .
a woeful lack of good their friend lit their beautiful residence Among those from the East Coast who application 'lur tax deed. to Uaue In accordance H. A. HODGES.

; ,, breeding. While here Prince Henry on the ridge on Thursdays. enjoyed the ball were: Mrs D. A. Blod- following will.'_law.'rlbed"rnperty Bald lertlticata situated embraces In Urevard the ...
is our guest, and every gentleman gett, MlssCarswell\ and Mr. and Mrs. county, Jr"rttla 10 wit. All Section' 84, Township Manufaeturei of
will treat him aa such. We have Billiard, of Dayton ; Mrs. J. W. Paine JO,..rd Kajiice 39 a.'aO"e':31tt: : :4O acres. and Yellow
LADY MACKENZIE EXPERT The land elate of the ..Cypress Pine Lumber.
and Mimi Paine of Kockledge; Mrs. E. ..
no patience with rudeness and Issuance of aol certificate In the name of Flor.
SWIMMER. P. Poiclier, of Cocoa; W. Gordon Browu, Ida Southern Railway Company. Un!..w said BOUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Crat
oeoiallv deDlore coarseness In those of lobe Sound: Chan. II. Walton. of. Tl- certificate shall: retlftoiiied according to law, Vegetable
r w who represent the great body of Lady Constance Mackenzie, of London, tli.-vllle'alldotun; whoM:; names- have tax deeil will. Unite. thereon on the Mat day ofMarcb Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges: or building
A.l) 11X12.Wttneaft &1.1 part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The mills locaU
l American has been attracting much attention In slipped our memory. 1 m official slfrnatnre and seal this the saw are
people. It is to here. y Buffalo
: I' at Bluff Palatla the J.
near on T. K. W.
; the pool at Palm Bench the past week or 28th day of February A. 1>. 1WKI. Ry. Lumber delivered to apart
i gretted that the Senator received by her [Ill H.] A. A. STEWART. of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, F>a.
(, when remarkably graceful swimming: LThe ADVOCATE does Job printing. 5t Cleric Circuit Court of llrevard County Fla.
r. any applause making a discourteous and tine diving. Lady Mackenzie has an

attack upon a gue t. International reputation as a swimmer --- -
I, She: la said to have once swam nearly Official Supply House of The Illinois FJsbermen's Association.

WHY not have Tillman and Me- across When the she English appeared Channel.In the pool for tile The Grand! Atlantic DAYTOKA, The Chicago Net and Twine Co. ,

" Laurin lIght it out according to first time, few of the many spectators FLORIDA.DAYTOXA'S ,
- :' wore aware of the of this '
Queentbnry rules The winner Identity moat Manufacturers of-
1 could take sixty per cent of the excellent swimmer but she escaped the LARGEST AND FINEST: HOTEL.
notice of none, and the u otram meted ease ooi:
gate receipts and have money to with which she glided through: the water OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR.
burn. A Senatorial twenty-flve became a toplo of conversation. She wan. '
' round bout would prove a tremendous attired In a bathing costume somewhat Capacity, 2CO. Modern In all Its appointments. Large/ sunny rooms. Baths. 0t"=

drawing cord. Wellington unusual this country. Her movements Billiards. South facing sun parlors Verandas and lawns. Boating and fish- '
not be
hampered by any unnecessary Impediment -
I should be the referee, as he appears *, Lady Mackenzie's long and lug from pier la front !of house. Send for booklet.

, to be anxious to engage in some- easy strokes and her line diving,: were ( JA3. A. JOHNSON & SONS: Proprietors.( t"'
thing. Truly our great men are seen to the very best advantage. In .
I with Mackenzie -- --- -
Lady Mrs. -
company was -
becoming scnsationnl. Such .
t conduct =
' Charles Stuart Dodge of London who
should l meet with the severest nl wore the continental swimming,: garb, HOTEL ST. ELMO GREEN: COVE BRINGS, FLA. too FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Do' crlptlon.

. ,. censure, and expulsion would In and la very much at home In the water. Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord, Rope Etc. I
our opinion, be none to : A large crowd assembled at the bathIng Under Originators
severe. Wholesale
Flrit-claas Prices
new management. in every respect. Hot Sulp'hur Baths. direct to the Fishermen.
pool on Sunday witness 70-81-S.- E,. Indiana st. 111.
her feats. of diving and swimming, Hotel located near Famous Sulphur Spring.:; It.\tes..3 per day. Special rate ...vientlrtn The ADVOCATE- Chicago,
: in letter..
- PKINCB HKNUV'S reception at New nnd the general: opinion of expert swimmers your I
by tile week. Write for folder. GEO. L.
i York and Washington was a brilliant was, that sun was the bent nod Prop. U'e are Members the Illinois FUlierrneo's Association..
m affair. Air. Wheeler's speechdid most jtl'al'l't"I.lmmer ever neon at Pnlm Summer House: "Tlio_ Mountvert," MUMletown Springs, ve.Ocklawaha .
Heiioli. Several "nniip-Bhot were taken
1 not appear to have much weight: for the New York Herald, of Lady Mackenzie -

with the American people. 'Hie while diving and swimming.Sn'vetL \VHITE'S CREAM
distinguished visitor is now our --- --- River and, Silver Springs Steamers. i YYORJVtS !, VERMIFUGE !!

guest, and common politeness fur- Her ClilMV Life.

bids any such tirade as Wheeler "In threo weeks our chubby little boy LUCAS' NEW LIVE. __ __ __, ___. .._ __._ ., _, _. s P.c.J J i>la Lf>Ouiuiutr.J' j- jkjf _" *B J....*lit>rf Q M >*"Mr. _.
indulged himself Jn. Some people wan changed": by pneumonia almost. to a The Steamer Metamora the ''I.uea. New Line, started her winter scheduleup i For 20 Years:; Has Icrf U 1krr.i: 2irnes.i !
skeleton writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of the OckUwthii lilver to :Silver Springs on Tiiemlay, Feb. I8th, aDd la now mall:
that '
'I extentlon of courtesy Pleasant U.hA es<>L .a xjmi.. :x. :J:>1..VcJroa.-X8TS.
City, terrible cough,; net log throe trips a week leaving Talatka on Tuesdays' Thursdays and Saturdays at
metns a indorsement of every. In, that, in .spite of a good doctor's tieatrnent U.K: : pm., after arrival of train. from Jackoonvilla and St. Augustine.: Returning Pr.psred by- -.-4111'. .JAMES t:. CALLARD, St. Louis.

t c thing a person represents. Such for several weeks. crew worse every will leave Silver Spring* on '\ .edne..days.o'rldays anlll\uDlaY5l1t:\ 12:30: p. m., after :
puerile ideas can only proceed froma da)'. We then used>r. King's New Discovery arrival of trains from Tampa, Orlando and Oca.!...

shallow! brain or knavish soul.\ soon for sound Consumption and well.Y.,and our. are darlingwas sure Round Trip SI2.OO Including Meals and Berth.

i It does not follow\ because a man tha! rand medicine saved Ida life." Mil- alatka to Silver Springs $7.00. Sliver Springs Paatka! a.OO The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.

I' f is a gentleman in his hearing toward lions know It'. the only sure cure for The Metamora Is the Il\r eat..ant best boat on the 'river and manned by the most

r others that he endorses coughs' colds! and all lung diseases.. B. skillful men. Table unexcelled. For reservations telegraph or write.J .

he in other everything hcrneu guarantees satisfaction.! 50c, 'l. H. ir.VUGHTOV, Gen. Ag >nt. J. E. LUCAS. M. 4 Cylinders. Variable Speed.

sees men. Trial bottles free. Office at Drug store, corner Lemon and First street, I'alatka. Fla.: CEO. R. WALLACE, Agent. PALM BEACH. FLA.



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I Fort Mr.Pierce and 1119 on' IL ''" Richards drove to 1VI JI3 <>S.!!

BfetT 1Voduosdty of last week.

Mrs, C. A. Robinson Wholesale Dealer In $
Tea entertained tile OYA t+ rsd M

week Chub' on Wednesday' afternoon, ht Light Biscuit GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCED !

._ _
-,- -- -- e ,
Mrs.Chas. Campbell := : : -=: :: = =
and infant laughter -

alp place were last very week.welcome visitors to this p Coiner West Day and Julia its, JACKSONVILLE, Fi.A. a' I

Delicious Cake '

*,.e*srr3 S* S.J MMrs.Cm'tls Frances Is expected Peck, daughter next week"of Ms. I ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.. I ;

or _
her usual winter visit.S. -- --

EYE SPECIALIST. F. Webb drove<> Fort Pierce i r. Dainty Pastries We are headquarters for all kinds of !Seed! and Eating rotator. and Cow Teas;

Bllegect, Jaeksonvllle, Fla, Friday of IIIlIt week. MrB Webb and on If"aranteel/lenulne./ We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want I

( Ailsa Margaret accompanied him as far 1y, 6f your Orangns and Vegetables. Give us trial and you will be plcWd. "i

as Ankona 1 F MARX BllOTIIKUS Jncksonvlllo Flo. I1ICr 7

Hobe Sound. wmnnhH'Rev. Mr Weatherwaz of Melbourne, I Fine Puddings We only !Sell! to Dealers.! ..' j :9

'>nal chapel .
-- -- -- -
--- ------ -- -
on the second /Sunday In Mtuch
dinner mom-
ayiloa dyeer&rave Fred a and Russel Yates! log and evening Eau Gallie. I South Rocklodge.

Mrs. W. F. Richards drove to Fort 1
kArtbur week lenowfully Pierce last Tuesday and Flaky I
10rtbepast :, but same day with her mother and returned brother the A few oranges,: me yet to be shipped M..jnr C. B. Magruder. was very nick

and cousin, Mrs Campbell. from Kau Gallic. last week, but Improving now. y

In charge of the lust at her Max. of hero ,
Sarjeantson We are now rapidly( Miss Singleton spent Sunday Porter Daytona, was
Ella Way: haa been at hobo Mumps and whooping becoming civilized. home In liocklodge. looking over his mothei's property, the
days. cough; are among first of the week.
Jfone'eral the recent swell and ------ _. .. Granada
-- --- McLcod the
lively Innovations. ---- ---- Mr. In n guest at

n, of Philadelphia, Is en- All are cordially Invited to participate. lie Is a Boston gentleman. M. C, Salmon Is resetting his orange
of Mr. and Mrs Tibbals.Miss Melbourne. with In of those :
ii, hospitality W. W. grove new trees, place
Is thinking; seriously of Major Jordan has n friend from Los '
Ridge. ruined by the fire m'
aI"Isle buying a horse to convey him back and Angeles Calf staying with him at prcsent. ,

Dot win belief but Charlie Forth to business. A three mile walk Ethel Sawyer left for Fort Pierce GOOPK nouDB._Real Estate and Loan Mr. and !Mrs. Gen Ludlow, who Law i "

.JYnfcei a wish to be exiled forluplterlaiand. twice a day in Florida sand Is no Joke. on Tuesday where she will visit friendsfor Afccntfor ..Etna: London an.I. Uvvrmml and Capt. Jno. Houston has completed another been visiting 111 rs. Ludlow's father E. A.

How about the The Xetheiby hotel is a few days. (i obe,1'rovl.ienee nnhlnicUiii,; mid Sun Kr"! flshlnc boat, and has yet another Hnrtwell, have taken a trip to Cuba. f
quite lively with Iniunnoe. Special] l attention paid to the
ref"' !jruests. A party of eight from Lancaster Rev Sawyer: of this place, held services _Interact. of rcuklents., on the stocks.It We were all pleased to sne Itev. Wm. '

l Jefferson, accompanied by his Penn., arrived. last week, and with at Ankona, Sunday morning/ last. HOTEL CA RI.E'rONI----- the round. IM.llltutful Is our painful duty to chlonlcle the E. Smith and wife among once more,

[ Band Joseph jr.,) visited theiorange those who were there are are making A large congregation was present. spat to annul I winter" or year lunnncr. U>. fnct that the most popular man In town and to hear 111 r. !Smith preach to us again i

grove, Wednesday up the met ry. rwtoil on high bluff ov.rluoklnr| the Indian has bad bud week 1 I .
Archdeacon B. F. Brown held servicesIn River.. Ternm rooilerat. a e We'learn that J. F, Wooten has bought

iee. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Jennings, of Tih- St. Paul's cliuich, Sunday evening FRANK: ItU.RTHI.JI..: Proprietor. Mr. Olroyd, of Los Angeles, Cal., who the J. ,Q. Stewart grove from :Mrs 11. J.mlth. .

L Illlw, of Palm Beach was a visi bals, gave a delightful 'Hatchet Euchre,' last, to a large congregation. The Arch ADvocATE spent last week with Major Jojtliui, lot Frank will make a pretty place ', u
SubHcilptlons for the
"Buckeye," last Saturday. on Washington's birthday: which deacon the of Miss Gertrude last.Mr. of .
alb was was guest he for St.: Augustine, on Monday it.A.
pink of the East Count will be
id. Mrs. Snider made up a party much eujuyed by a number of our young England: while bill'''. I eived, paper V. S. Smith was sent hero, last
Lit Bar. at the Melbourne Po toffice.I and Mra. Smailos, of Etna Green,
to Gilberts people. week, by Mr Pmrott to look over
E. J. Shatluck, one of Eden's oldest I Ind., are In Eau Uallle this week. Theyare
litd Jin. A. V. Mann of MuskeiKcb.ani The Gilbert Bar Yacht Club dance at and most prosperous pineapple growers Chas. McBride Is treating Ms grocery on the way to points south In their burned groves done.and ascertain the amountof '
Mrs. A. B. Baldwin of Jensen was well attended by the memo cl\lle.lon some of his! old filends In this store to a fresh coat of white paint. sloop the Gull. >

Lounge! N J., were entertained by bers and their friends from this place place, Monday lie said he was out try. : Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Blade who, havo
Melbourne Is one of the most delightful E. E. Randall loft for Palm Beach and
[SeIder and wife last! Saturday. and was a very brilliant and pleasant Ing our shell load with his bike. buen visiting their old friend, E. A. Hart-
spots In Florida to spend the winter. the Breakers, on Saturday last. Mr,
social affair. well leturned to their home In
nibble\ Piton Is a "bright light"; Messrs. Abdlll and Lewis of Ankona lion Randall has two uncles staying at the Covington -
II. II. and wife of Beech
Spencer on
(many-at the Royal Poinciana, Mrs. D. 1'. Merwin drove to Sewall's and !Mr. Eldildge of Eldildge were vlsl- wood lll.are In Breakers for the season Ky.o Saturday.

Beach, where her friend, Miss Car- Point, Wednesday, to join a party from tots In this place on Monday. We are this season, enjoying 111 Melbourne Miss Tlairiot Roach took to Rock- A party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs.Averlll !.

pillion, of Philadelphia Is stopMallard" Stuart In a picnic and rlshfry, The day always dullglited to have our neighbors for of taking run lu the .Mr. 1'0.11\1..11.. A. A. Nteltlug and

was simply perfect, and the drive was a visit us, even though the stay Is short. Mrs. Judge Trunkey, of Frnnklln Pa., ball ledge at the a New couple Kocklcdgn.days M IHK Beach 111 rs. Oeo. W. 1'ettee, spent last week at
pleasure long to be remembered.We Is among the late pleasant aulvals at Ocoanus. It was wet enough on shore
sailed to Gilberts Bar One of the entertainments Miss\ Ella
most enjoyable Hotel Caileton. was guest of Hlngjeton. part, of the time. 11I1r. 1\\
with "three of a kind"-T. B. the Its In this Wash
nj,, congratulate ADVOCATE on ever given place on Miss Beach and Miss hose llochsler :
&ft Jefferson and W. S Taylor lobe[ Sound correspondent, who writes! ington's birthday was given last Saturday Van Stenburg and Mr. Ellorbrock arc 0 and Mrs.! A. A. Hteltlng, of Mad i
l J. ];. M. Hodgson were
Ubt>"full house" before their re- so delightfully about the doings/ in that afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Harry keeping our people well supplied with accompanied for >In y the Lizzie Friday, eon' \"a., after spending a 1 pleasant two :"I I [

settlement as to make us all think we Jennings at their beautiful residence on flue fresh oysters.F. out a spin took entire, on weeks with their friends, Mr. and Mrs \ t ", \
last. The Indies -
would like should Wood coat Plantation. The receptionroom management Averill, left for their home on Tuesday,
to live if
there we ever
Iialnre C. has had themselves
welcomed the glorious rain Conkling Ills two city of the boat, proving their '
decorated with [ but 'I
leave our own Eden. was beautifully They started Monday, as
j particularly(/ the young or- lots, near the Episcopal church nicely good sailors Indian I
palms and other beautiful pot plants:, and trunk would nor. limit on River,
liwbless! ( them), but the inhabl- D. P. Merwin who spent week grubbed and cleaned "1'. t
very l
a rare and exquisite collection of lowers A communication from C. W. MoXahb, they had to stop itr one day and dry t
1 f Jupiter Island do not "take leasanty! visiting; In this place loft, on and roses. A drapery of mess and cber. Miss Mollie Nicholson went to Jensen, of Youngstown O, was rend to I hft members out Its .

Monday, for Rockledge accompanied by rips was most tastefully arranged. One last week, to spend a few clay with her of the \V Jt. C'., while In session last contents--- -- --"'-

tADVOCATE correspondent ia Inttlif his son delighted A. D. Merwin. Mr. Merwin was of the most enjoyable games played wasa friend, Mrs. Jacob Young.! week. Tho members have 1I1I1'III'ch",1IIn :Millions Putt to Work. M

Mt. ritou for a courteous into quite with his visit and left "Hatchflt Euchre" The prizes wereappropilate assortment. of paint' In pt""I'atiUlII; .
The Y. P. C E. Thn womleiful, of the
with much reluctance.We society gave a delight activity conliny
and follows: funds At low hauls this ", ,,olh.
ti Palm Bench on board the were won as" social being a "
ful at the pleasant home of Mr. t Is shown by enormous demand
,last 8lIurlay. with Mr. and Mis.! are now making daily: shipments of First 1udl",,' pitze-a cherry wood box .
and Mis. CliM. Horton last week. J, K. Colby and two lends from theNoith for the world's bent wu..kerll-Ur. King'sNew
r.and tire Joseph Mrs. beans and J. II. l.erourneiui tilled with cheriles and the memorial
Arthur pineapples.
Messis.\ 1'ONtand Maley have Life rills for constipation, sickhdadaclie
flllen, Mrs. W. S. Taylor, MissIluPitou picked forty crates of pines on Monday. hatchet sticking In the cover of the box Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I'elton, of f Erie, Pa., Cuba, for the trip.' Tim party went!goneti by bllllousness or any trouble of

I Mis. Inslee and Mrs. This pineapple season has been long I -was won by hire llarmer,of Waveland. are the guests of their friends, Milts 1<;lIz. mil and the MlamMtavsna steamer line. stomach, liver or .kidney.lhey're unriv +
internon. drawn out and threatens to last over until Ladies' booby prize-a handsome fan abeth Eaton, In her pietty winter homeat
Mr. Colby will return to Eau' Uallle before aled. Ouly :jooat J. 8. Screvon drug store
the regular summer crop comes on. with bouquet of cb.rrIIlB-by Miss Lydia this place his depniture for Ottawa (teach, -
thrown, of Newark, N. J. First gentle. :
UmbargQr, grocer of Marshall, Our grocery store is going around on men's prlze-l-Geo. Washington's hatchetby Mr. John Day, of Chlcngn, who owns Michigan.We It HAL KHTATi: FOUHAM:.

Rtriles: '..Iey'a honey and Tar Is wheels now. It has been on Its last legs C. II. Racey, of Waveland.. Gentle- a pretty orange grove at Mlooo, was In are pleased to hear that Mr. cinch -

W cough;: cure on the market to- for some time, and it will be no surpriseto men's booby prize-a cherry pipe-by F. : Melbourne last Saturday calling on hisGoode !Mrs. Warren have purchased Verona the;
: friends.John As Administrators of Estate of
have( used most all kinds and amanbu..e its friends to find that it has taken to W. Wllles of Jensun. Elegant refreshments Cottage as a winter lome. This cozy

l Is no other so good for wheels. The next thing; will be wings, were served, and a boquet of cher- I C. Ryan, of Meriden, C nn., who house was formeilv the |property of Mrs.S. William Troutler deceased We offer at
sale the following descilbed Heal l
fOII"j and old, and especially for and It will soar gently away leaving no lies and a very pretty box, well filled has been the /guest of the McBride house E. Harbour.. Mis. Harbour: still retains ovate '

U"e ale never without in the trace of the old stock. with cherries, and having Washington's this ...ason. left, last! Wednesday for his bar Eon: Ualllo home Walden Cottage JIMato, belonging to said Estate:

U. R. \\\llson & aoa.: Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted picture on the cover were presented to northern home. We extend a hearty welcome to No. 1. Sold

services at St. Paul's Episcopal church each of the guests. Elegant and appl'Oon1ll..lo W. T. Wells Is beautifying of Mr. and Mrs Warien.MCHHIS. No. a. All of m ol NE{, Section :31,
some our
was furnished by Miss, Maigle Township. ) : south, Range U7 East;, covered -
White City. Ian Sunday. here was a huge congregation streets by planting shade trees. Let J. n. Pest, C, Alnesworth J. .
and Art Those with lying lu said Kim Unllle
assembled to worship, acd the Dillinger Seager. present others follow his example and Improve K. Colby K.; W. Stlckney and Mr. Maley, water
were, Mr and Mrs. C. II. liacey, and River and Eau Onllle Hay containingabout
services were especially Interesting. their town property, of Chicago, took carriages and drove to
Mr. and Sirs ( Waveland Mr. :10 acres more or less
Harmer ; ,
March 12th Bishop Gray will the Eau: Uallle Jiamln Company's plant
father ia simply I perfect here. this chinch. and Mrs. F. W. Wllles, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs Dr. Summers and little son tooka No O. Mold.
annual visit to Home Creek and 1'1 nedn.. The
',Blrdee was out again, last Friday S. Schuvler; Mrs R D. Hoke and Prof. trip west to the North Indian Fields near did hunting while returnIng parrty No. 4. That portion of SWI$, Section

For some strange reason all our rainstorms Edwin Young, Jensen; Mrs. A. D. Mer and returned home, last Thursday" well with some Florida wildcat away and a line .Township 27! south IMnge JIT Cast, c j
\Fiodley! hits been visiting friends this winter come from the north. win, Eden; Miss! Lydia Brown, Newark pleased with liei pleasant stay with the a l ained who the commencing at a point !t7U fuel West from

'.... They swoop down with cyclone force, N. J. ; Miss Fay anti Miss Paddock. Buffalo Lanier family. otter.varmints It but win our not friend. Alnesworth/got IIIIIlIa Northeast omner post on '4 Section lineas

it Bwids, hall been his and with little warning./ They find our N.Y. ; Miss Maigle Dilllncer: Al- afomsuld .wail (no feet Mouth: of said M
having Const returned
grove Don't fall to come to the East >lIcted. The party to Eau ;
visiting, and sometimes when Pa. Miss Gertrude England: Neotlon Hue for thence
" 100 worked. people out lentown, ; tired a starting point,
Chautauqua which will Ualllo during the evening, dirty
they are out for formal calls they are Mr. and Mr. J. T Waters Rev sawyer:! ol'enlll bundny I run Mouth 12: feet, thence East IOu) feet, "
Lad 1 Mrs. Dutton entertained a few compelled to spend the day, and freq.lenl- and wife Mrs. E.J. Lace, W. W. Luce, morning, March and! at the. new Auditorium i and hungry but delighted with the day'sexpel thence South 4:It'( feet, thence West to I
all and time lence.Dr. .
Come have
ftiemU, !Monday evening. ly our out of town guests who are spend- Tibbals; Miss Emma 8Rylor. Miss Alice for a good Section line, thence North 0-J8: ft, thence ;
two weeks In
Ifimont visited at log the evening are forced to stay overnight Say lor, Mr.\[ and Mrs. Geo. Saeger/ and Art Melbourne. llanlewood of Eau Gallle enter East 717 feet, more or less. tot point lOll
Viking Sunday
interest of school, work. but as the rain Is a blessing we :Haecer; of Ankona. Geo. Washington's The Melbourne base ball tenm played talned his friends. on Thursday eveninglast feet West of southwest corner of plat of .

Sunday can put up with the rest of It. birthday celebration at this place, will : at Eau Gallle, last Saturday afternoon, In the Avlliili rooms Curds recitations Harno, thence Month 1fU feet, thence : '

jiwd Mrs. Frederlckson and Mrs.i long and pleasantly be remembered by against the Eau Gallle team which resulted and dancing were the features of Rust 750 feet to West side of K.. E. C. I i I

*i Jensen, have been spending TRIED FIVE DOC'1'ORS.-lIlrs. France those present.Family In a victory for Melbourne. A this very enjoyable evening. Prices were Hallway, rlglit-of-wsy/ thence North on r
'"II days here. L. Sales of Missouri Valley Iowa, large number of our people went to watch awarded time 1 Indies and gentlemen mak West side of F. 1<;. C. Uallway rightofway / +r
the the Pineapple sherbet IX) thence East: to of beginning d
sad sirs. Chas. Edwards; of Fort writes: "I had severe kidney trouble for jars are more often tile result game. ing/ highest score. feet point
"> tiled five doctors without ben- Joseph Williamson of Mlcoo and coffee sandwiches, salmon salad excepting; railroad right-of-way
,Sere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. yean, had of Indigestion than anything else. Dyspeptics ,
cake etc. on the bill of fare, Including through said land. Containing about U5
"ilut Sunday. edt, but three bottles of Foley's Kidney are usually Irritable, nervous, friend, Mr. Cadoo, the wealthy Now York were a
Cure cured me." B. R. Wilson &; Son. Individuals who make trouble for real estate dealer, were In town Friday. some prime cigars/ for the gentlemen acres Including the County road. This
ard-tlme dance, last Saturday cranky Ford's Mr. Cadoo was very much Impressedwith guests The evening's Jollity closed tract has a young grove of Edit or (000) '
those around them. Dr. Loyal
W Was well attended and enjoyed Dyspeptlclde makes the stomach right Melbourne's neat streets, and beau. about 184)a. in., each and all delighted trees on It, and an artesian well, etc. I

* some of our Fort Pierce and Jensen. and restores health and happiness In the tiful location for a town. with the hospitality of our popular doc No. n. Begin at Southeast corner of

'"amends/ were la attendance tor. lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison
household. B. R. Wilson & MOD.
and J and
' Mr. Mrs 'f. Hood jr., two thence Hontb Elbow
run across
WrBBipondent IIIr Ankona is pleased to learn Mr. Morgan and friends spent Tuesdayon pretty little daughters/ from Unit I more, "I have always used Foley's Honey and creek to North boundary of land belong. j

I *nce of Rev.friends Mr.Sawyer have of secured Eden, the ocean beach. Fort Pierce.There hear Md., are late Intend arrivals to In make town Melbourne, Rod we Tar coiigh medicine, and think I It the best lug to Wm. Treutler, thence East along; t
till of Ankona In the world. ," nays Vh/ll. Bender a news J| Section line which is the North boundary f
preach for them 2nd and Eldred and Lewis ,
Messrs. their future home. We are jilcnmid to
'IDday, every dealer of Erie, 1.... Nothing elae as good of Wm.Treutier's land to North hank fl
were visitors to town on Monday. will be a dance at the Fort extend a welcome to this pleasant! family.Georgiana. It. H. Wilson Hon. of Elbow creek, thence West along bank t

The recent heavy rains have been a Pierce hotel I next 1<'rldayevenlng. f of said creek to point of beginning, being

''mreaconghstop coughing, blessing for our vegetable and pineapple In section 'lownshlp: 27 Mouth: Range ;'
the lungs/ and gives them no growers.Misa Presiding Elder Fulwood, 8esI8ted"byDt. Indianola.. 37 KiiKt.: This land Is covered will thewaieis d

?.fthealFl y' Honey and Tar of Melbourne has Moore held quarterly conferencehere of the creak. ;
Nicholson week.
wIthout causing a strain In throw- anil No. ft. Part of snb-dlvlslon. of rot 21 v)1) ,
a few days here as Mrs.: A. L. Briiner daughter nice, ,
we been spending Hatlhalt left
,, phlegm like common cough The Rev. Dr. Moore held services here, spent a very pleasant day with Mr*. MU Sullle Wednesday, Houston's addition to Eau (UalJIe\ cornerof +II
toraota. B. R. Wilson Son guest of Sunday, to large congregations In the Baldwin one day' last week. for Scranton, Pa alter a very ihort stayamong Houston street and street lhrougli; <
Everybody should read the pink paperof Methodist church. us. Reese! addition. fronting 10.1) feet on
the East Coast, for It Is the most newsy Mrs. Plum and party went over to the A lot of furniture has. arrived for J. Houston street.
Artesia. best advertising medium on this Quite a number of yachts, with tourists beach Tuesday; for a week or two of Crawford's new house, which Is being
and> at anchor off the No. 7. Commence about) 0 chains 35
aboard are lying the
rest and recreation. They .
coast occupy pushed l forward as rapidly as possible.
links West from Northeast coiner of
docks present.
city Annie Dixon cottage.Mr. .
Mr.Glenn and wife, of Chatham, Can- Wince the abundant, rains of the past Section\ on Suction line between Heo- 1, a
t'".?. rain fell last Monday, and it ada, arrived here on Monday night.They Mrs. Stetson and children, accompaniedby Clement! nailed\ bill boat Comfort( two; weeks, the orange trees are /growingvery tlool17 and 2(1>, run West 0chains l:links! ,
I .med by all.3li7Vmonth are guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. James Miss >enee Rowe and her mother, around the south end of Mrrrltt's Inland, fast, and the trees are being stripped thence Month 10 chains M links, thence +

i of the Artesia school lolmes. also Dan Carlton, spent last bund.iy very /Sunday. Messrs. Provost, Hall, Jteber of the fruit as fast Itl possible to Insure SIlIth DO df rens HO seconds. East :chains

, Friday The attendance was Gilbert' liar pleasantly at Mrs Mecarty'satAnkona.Mr. and Smart accompanied him. a still better crop neat; year. to Kau Uallle River, tbenc. follow the
4':the aV'I'alle being 1J 111-20. out of The ball Club given on the by 21st Instant was a and Mis. Stetson gave another Mr. and Mr\ Clement entertained the We have. been, told by one person that shore of Eau: Oallle River In an Easterly i, a
, Yacht direction to.. due Mouth from
meDt a point
uf 11. at the tttersun: house last Wednesday place
decided success, and all who attended party young people, .Saturday evening/ with a while they have been coming south for of beginning thence north to point of
All who fortunate .
'" for enjoyable time. evening were progressive, arty. Dainty refreshments the pant six years thin Is the jlrst time t
iinlf11' tile week has a very '
past report enough to receive nn Invitation report an serve and all moot beginning, containing acres, more or
1 J" "Jol. slight frost fell on school teacher, Miss N. P. William enjoyable time. The program; consisted were report n they have seen oranges on the trees, is Ie..... and known an the Kltcliell place. ; .1
r'''it( ,of the Our enjoyable time. thev bad nut come tar enough south.
Util. and as a result ,., received telegram with' news of of an auction party and guessing contesc. No. 8. NE>.{ of Section 28, Township ''r
,rjct, l; \\ as killed. The farmers, the death of her nephew Dr. Turnbull' Delightful music wan a prominent featureof Mr. Clement took a merry party to the Washington's dlrthdny was very Informally 21 South, Range :17 East containing 100
t "liongli; meeting with a set- of Jacksonville. She left on Tuesday the evenings amusement and delicious. bench on Monday. The party consisted celebrated on the evening of acres, lean railroad right-of-way. ;

.j,8 not rl s JOl1mged. and are busy ralo. refreshments were served! In the spacious of }Ir. Clement's family ifr... 'Sarah: :lnrlln"t: ., by the gathering of neighbor No. U. NW of section Township I
Dew I ; f
Crones hall. Mrs. Walter Fogg, of ClementMIss hedges, the :Misses Llscomb at the IndlaiioU bonne, where the, time t 1
stormy dining 27 37l: nst KM
isfla"d.lBr-of Monday and Tuesday were very received the ladles prizeand Mrs and several others.J. was paused In music I singing and danc South Range containing
: Canaveral, was In our westerly winds made it very Miami, acres, less railroad ht'Of-way.: it

1 ltsr, week, trying| to find a davs. High Indian l Ilivcr. The IlIuucbeshauling W. J. Rees secured the booby prize, W. IIruncr brought Mrs.. Fall In over ing. No. 10. U iO-10
'ihatw"Id'i'to stay In Canaveral In ough on beansfrom the east side had a while Mr. Crooks won the gentleman'sprize from Oceanus, TuciwJ.iy. Mime spent the Spring/ Is really with ns again nit the rlirht-of-waf. being part of fxit 1 and of i ,
ttenll gchoo, and Mr. John Wynn the booby of the week with her friend beautiful new l leaves of the mspiee testify
''be: there |Is said remainder VK>i of NWh, ,Section, .'.. Township 27 ij
1 Ve""' hn* falleD 80 low. thiUilim trough time. been prize. The party broke up at 11 p. m., Mr. Mrs. Hughes, send then went to and the oaks are shedding/ their old South, lUnge, Kant: known as J. L.
,urn and family, who have voted a decided success by everyone make for the new / i
'4 dnflce Is better the : Mr. Terry and was Cocoa where she will visit with Mr and leaves rapidly to room Stewart: plac .
'' lose to be discontinued. It here visiting relatives for the past few present Mrs Shaw for 9 week or ten days before one.. Time lawns are bright will tulips. '
l.t'l\!:? that their home In Mh.U.lppl home Ind. dlanthiir teo-w.d.-atocll. No. 11. Lets 17 and H, block, Town a
''dfch. f they should be In weeks/ left for returning to her In 'hel1.y,11I8, hyacinths, ,
the daughter of Eau: Uiillle. !
< "' Mrs. Terry Is .mignonette.\ .
", roses
when there enoughIf last Friday Arnica Sahe.The .
ij- are and stet of I liuckleii'M Mr. Tuoten, of Art alll, was In town, II''
? --I "ol Hardee No. 12. Lot 1, block: 4, Town of KanUllle.
the I age/ In their own dis"p of Mr. Mont of this place best and most famous compound Tuesday morning, he bad the mlnfortnne J. <;ole! of Nebraska who hear. born Quitclaim deed for this
,pI ;,"" wuii+ attend regularly, to the Ilardee brothers I In the world to conquer ache and kill to get capsized In Banana river Monday spending! the lat two months In I>. Mt.Clair held under Tax Title.

keel" will hool. It Is to be hoped --- writes Cure. cuts, heals burns and bruises afternoon, but fortunately the only damage Nlsbt-t's house, has started for his
: pains.
be N. C.
not discontinued.r J. A.' Lambert, of Rachel' Cure.It subdues Inflammation, roasters piles. don was: a good wetting. lie soon northern home, and Mr. Nlsbet less returned far prices and terms address,

"I hearuly endorse Foley s Kidney will do and Mlllln of boxes sold yearly. Works wonders made hi* way to> Bachelors Hall, where to his bachelor quarters, whore F. A. MORGAN and W. If. JONES" ,

q 0P enr. ,e testU, to the merits of does what you claim It It and l I thank, lo bolls, ulcers, felons, skin erup be found a warm welcome, dry clothes be will be at home to his many friends As Administrators of the Estate of Wm.
Sal... curing piles. there I. nothing equal ro tions. It cures or DO pay. 25; cents at J. and everything needed for tliecomfortof Sunday! mornings! at fifteen minutes of Trentler deceased.Tltusvllle .
'lII'ee"e l ,?, anrJ 1 lcHr cnresm\o you for ti.e good ii.1 It n.bas Wilson ooe me.t AcceptI. I B. Screven's drug stoie. the shipwrecked mariner ten. Florida.

lieallng. Wilson Son. 00 substitute.

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G Marvelous Feat of .

; Strength and Skill The Graham Hotel, PALATKA, FLA.

1 Ono of the most upertoctilnr fenti Near steamboat landing and opposite the office of the Ocklawalia |n;8
Steamers Hates, *:2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special low rates weukli!
now being performed on the stage li
monthly. Pr.p,|
that of the
AslosMi coimlntlnff of mnr _. _
__ _
and wife. Not only Is the greatest n'

kill In balancing required, but a prodlgloua AI/TAMONTE SPRINGS.

muscular effort U also necessary.

Aa preliminaries to the piece de re- The ALTAMONTE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange Il < ,0

iMtunce of their act Mme. Aglos' bnlAlice's lY 'hV, Open January let.

herselfon Beautifully located among tbe tall pines and bearing orange groves, On""
a varicolored ridge overlooking two beautiful spring fed lakes first-clans accomrnij
You need light to raise ball In the : for 160 guests at rates that will please you. Steam beat, open lire
I .u middle of a r .. r lighting plant electric bells. Excellent cuisine, white help. Finest bJ.

)} Tobaccoprofitably. I long pIa I Ilk fishing boating and bunting; beautiful walks and drives; bowling 1 h
while her bun- tennis, clock golf golf.etc.-all free to guests. Our water supply Is f!
Be sure your fertilizer !bund and famous Altamonte Spring on hotel grounds (the equal of Poland( walt
a dog
Ideal winter home for health or pleasure. Send for booklet.
+ I'I contains at least 10 per cent play seesaw
with ItFollowing a& 1 on'; OEO. E. BATES, Owner and Prop!
"The Mount N. II., In !
f Actual Potash thin Grand Vernon summer.

-- --- --
M. Agloa, car*
from Sulphate.We log LIVE OAK.
li rylritf his petite ,
F mall /_. on requeit our book and pretty wlfu r -
"Tobacco Culture."
OBBKAN XA.U WORKS. and tbe dog Hotel Oakes UTE OAK, FIA.
n NMMH bk.. ... N.w Yost.r impended from ,

--r; the end of a Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial travel

_ _ _ long pole tot Tri-"Wcckly Sailings Is the most liberally contacted hotel of Its price In the State. The all the world been thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted. Everything

ji'iI+' Accented Free and Masons. of like a the heathen baskets BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. r t.CIRIIII.--- J. RUSSELL MOORE, Prop.i.

; t peddler, trundles Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) NEW YORK

g globe the about hugo thautRge. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

Indian '".f. :, No. (K) He repents Hotel Kensington Fifth Avevand 15th stie,

I JUve.r //IJi'f;)I., Tltunvllle, with his thin wlfit font The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. New York.

Lodge. ( Fiorlda.Holde standing on his Direct Service :Between Select Family and Transient Pete) J5uropenn Plan.

i lye meetings the eeoond' .anA fourth Friday houldfts, and I Jacksonville 'Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. Restaurant l the Standard of Excellence.
Al of aauh raontli. a' the late Armory Tltuavllle Ii i then after one GEORGE
at 7ao 1 o'ul-mk p.m. Props
(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) "
R. Mauler. or two wore
J. Walker
: and
I Late of the Buckingham: St. Augustine other Florida hotels
i I J. L.CMrrutlier Hmitur Warden. 1 \ novel pyramids BKM'I-WEKKLY BAILIT.GSI;

T.: H.:diibden. Junior:: Warden.. \\QII nmithbountt.t...................... .. ........ .. .. .. ... .. ..... .... ..from Lewis Wbsrf Motion
# 1.F.M.A. l Ulxonu'i'r.asurer.Morgan. fil orelary. co greatest mea feat the ol Northbound. .... ....... .... .. ........ .. ..../,..,,from foot of Catherine Street JaefcaonYMIe. THE HAMILTON 43tlti Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Aven
'r J. A. lliiKlms, -
J.: II.:Hnreven, SeniorLeseon:: ;; nil. NEW YORK.A .
R. K. Mh...,jr., Junior Deacon.B. It la an net that proves M. Agios to Clyde St. Johns River Line.DeBary .
Modern Hotel.
U. Vunlaud iiKliaia, Senior; Steward.V. Fireproof Apartment and Desirably
M. Tnvlor,Junior Steward be a strong man of no mean ability ( Line.)
t I'. W. itnerte l Tyler. Mme. Agios seats herself comfortably BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE::! AND SANFORD. Located. With every Comfort and'' Convenience.

-- -------.--- '.---- ----- In a solid oaken (chair while before Furnished and Unfurnished..
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. rrancU, B r nfunl (ItoLnntl),llliw rt|>iliw anti tsreenediatelas4
her to 11 table\ decorated with a huge lop on the tiC..).!...'..itivnr.STEAMER GEORGBF W. :MORTON'S!\

Saved b. Life and bowl of flowers. As ber herculean husband "City of .

Won Rich Bride lifts her cbulr and nil, from the CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
I stage she raises tbe table with her 13 POINTED: TO SAIL AH "frOLLtCWS:
and executes! a neat bit of equipoiseheiHcIf Lear.Jarkxonvllli>dM p. in.,Bllnd..yo.. 'iHiemluy.wui Yhundays.LeavelhuifortlVSinit. > "THE EAST COAST cr FLORIDA ]
Vrtduvi "
: m,Momlavn Neduu.tlay.autl is PARADISE. REGAINED.
A pretty romance( has Just been by balancing It, lowers and all Southbound,Read tlowa 8(JHkl>Ui-li:. NurtbboaedlRead. up.

made public\ in ICntclnml. It all 'mine In her tooth.&I. Leave SOH ..Jaekwmvl 1... ." .... Arrive i:t"tai.n.
s-4Aun> ..1'alatka... ... .I. .... ....a'" H:iOpin"
about tlirousrti t,(>e nevrcipnpcra. A bar Agios In his turn balances the 8tItJIIUJ.) ... ...... .. Astor .' tJIII:: |iu'".
cnet'n liiiiKliU, not unlike other sentlmcntnl chair bis wife the table and flowers 4tMam: ) .. .. .........' .. ...* 1:11II: pint FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
+ !In a . ...........HareefordIe.and( l) .. .. .. .... M.oon'n
girls of tlie inr his
I w spite 1 rentrlctlon teeth steps on the striped spbe'reand a 6.00am .BUM Kin-lug* .. 11:11011111.ArrlY : .
that are supported to hedge about rolls It about the stage under his < :30ain ':. ... .. .,.........Banfont .:.:. .. : :30aim.:; :

1.4 the nobility has just married a non-d nimble feet with apparently as much Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38.. In Effect January 15, I*
_ A paper reporter She got' herself Into ease and security as If he were simply -

the match through lior curiosity to smoking n cigar during a quiet evenIng A. C.HAGEHTY, EMfn Pan". .. r.M.HtiIofiKIW: *., Via. Pans.Act., SOUTHBOUNDi-MEra .... NORTHBOUNO-READ
19 State M,Hew York: I 204< Wont. Ma* Jacksonville Fia..
meet a man Whom the bad stroll In
papers the moonlight. THOS. D.HALEY Local FreghtAgent, I I C. P.LUVKI-L, A MAt. tfta. 8u .t..
lauded OH a hero It Is a very nervous moment for the root Itonan 8t .JackannAift. YIII", Fla. | root HIICan.! .."., JackiionTllte,na\. J No.9 *No.29Ho 23Ne.35 MAIN UWE. 'No.78 N .7* Ne.2BuiaV Nstlap126ap

'*' George Fitzgerald the reporter In thn audience, but Mmo. Aglow sits her O.JOHN.KAKH U, HOWAKU General ,_tI..rln-.JellC.-", Foot WM.H f| CLYbIC 8t JackMaTillc.TIIEU. : ,a1. ('<)., General.lea A int.>.

-case, wn apendlnic n week of holiday chair with an air of real enjoyment. ClHxvbruugb; llul lUin IV BCatv St.,Opposite Ilattary I'ara, Kvw( York. __ : Tuba ef a Jacksonville.Ar 'lOOp flOp .'1101'' ISOi
.at Dounipniouth lust Rpptember, when The dog catching tbo spell of the shivery O. II. WALTOX.' Agent Tlttisvllle, Fla. .. ... .. .. .. ..... ogee ...?Bo. JaeksonTlllei e '.*.. .. ..
f 'pa'Wp''OO'IIII': '>M. ....? Auguitlae.: ...... 50p]' a'lo'pB'lSp 8198'OSp 'io'i41Tp
'I be had tbe good fortune to rencue a music becomes subdued and quiet .11 na ...>.. ... Bli .
I odrownll1g man. He was Bitting on the"e for the drat time since the curtain wu i'topa 540aii42a.. ........EastI'alatka.. ....... 6DBp] / 006'r
.1 ...... ...._. .__.1213. ......... Neoga. ....... | .... ... .. .r..
"" rung up. ._... ...._ '__. U 311' ..........Bunneliai........ 414p...... ..., .. ......
The Seaboard Air Line Railway '..... ..... ._.... U 31"" ..........Dupon" ......... 4 ....... ......
4 I TO CURE A COLD: IN OI' *: DAY I 1121'JI! f 40pllJfJCr.a 1415" .......Ormond. ......... 7011'' 4001
US*]. tan ; lIB t> ......... Daytona. ........ I 4 03p' 1 D3 4181
I)"e I Take Laxative, Bromo Quinine Tablets.All 1 .. Uof6ra lit,' .....Port Orange...... I '
druggists refund the money If It falls '. iSObm 'n"i> 140... .,....ewBmyrna: ._.. 3. 849p' e'SO'p tI9
to E. W, Grove's Is II ..... ... .. p .........OaIr.HIII......... I 05p... ...... ....
cure on
n signature r VESTIBULED I: 1966m f08'p12'.C7p SC9 p ....Titusvllle. .......... aeip babpit, l6
each box 2Jots.; Capital CIty Route. a .. '. .'. .. .. 3 34 p ...........Cocoa. .......... l }. ..,... ..
,Diva 660p19tt830p! ........ Rockledirej....... Slap tDOp tasa920p
'IMITEO : .._ p ...._. 4 2J|>.........Eau Galfla.. ....... 12. 1431 ... .
I '._'4. IB p..._. 430p ........Melbourne........ 13 .1.. By |8Ja'oopii'is'iS. .
.. It Is pleasing to observe that King: The Shortest Roelde.J ._. ...-. '...... SWp ........3 tl.. ...... ......
t. l Edward Is not Inclined to assume superior NS II- ....... ....... ....... II atp ...... .81. Lllole. ...... !O47a .
) TRAM 8 67 a 74Sp'g8I' OOSp ... ...FortYteroe....... 10 40 a. :
fl airs because of his acquaintance The Best Line. ....... ,...,.. II Up ........ hiteelty....... ](0 Ma ....... .... ...
._. 1 .... 8118p. .........jTlbbalSi......... to 18 a ....... ....... .. '..
with Bandmaster Sousa. Such distinction DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE .._..4, 18Dp ........... Eden......... DOS) a.. ...... ....... ....
would have quite turned the bead Inclndlne to .._ !4 lJ .30p ......i....1en.en..l004.a. ..... "
"ql l Only line with Doable D'titv' Service Sunday G ..- .. 40 p ..........Stuart......." 950s.No.25 ....... ....... .-9" ..
/ I Ia of many men SAVANNAH riiMTMIJIA, UAMDKN.' ; SiUII'lIKKN': > 1'INKH RUMTMOXSv: ) > --. Id.i.e ....,. 717p ....... Hope Sound......... B !Vila ....... .... ... .._..
y h r I WASU1NOTUN: llAI/riMOBK! PHII>AI>KM'HIA, NEW TOHK .. )x q30p..SVee6Juplter'...... .
l lY '--- -- --- WITH I'ULMAN'S BEST (JAR '1.40 .3d "u". a cap Ar..WeEPalmBeaohl.... 25p1r3i
/ ft to a um'. 42Ip a lOp Hotel Royal Polnolbna.. IIll..f.. ID"lITIOI{
The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid vuMllhnled' train, 801.. Augustine and I' aso a Ssoart'.. aliI' l HP Lv.TheBrenkera...... 10,101'1'M. ;
the ,. S ,,011., Hotol ..........
Stop (Ctlmp"lml"nt..Vttmpo a MaUS 4 40 II 8 30"p Royal 'oln. 00p 10 0'1
Jackooavllle loJ New Yi ik c<>n"imlr> of Dining.:
I K>
I Sets a" Sap 8 40p ...West Palm,.Beaeht.Ar 8 OOa 0 10.a lt0p ,2601 j
Observation and Drawing Kooni Sleeping Calf.. .".. .. .. 9 Dtp .... Boynton Lv 78-\a. .. .l ..
Service jMoknonvllleto\ New Orleans 10IYT..t.......... ....LOCI' ....ForILanderdailri. .... 888.. ...... .... .
t l Only line operating daily through; l'u Ilann Cur 11 UD a ....... .' '.. ..... Lemon City'. .... BMn. .. .
I For sleeper reservations Rod further Information write 11Ma. SIOnIT10a; ,,'Y;. OMp Ar :.,Miami( ,.. .: Lv anon 850a1tn0e': '. goOr

.Bllght A. O. MACDONEM: A">t., Oen.l'.88. Agt. Jack fHlvUle.florida.' Condensed Schedule
Between Jacksonville and St. Augu
jj' J SI. .fIum. K. E. f.. HUN.GH.
I. V. J'. &: G. M., .*eu. Piwwk Agt. JACKSONVILLE rrQ.II'lt.! .TTOUSTINE.

It is a sad thing to see fine PORTSMOUTH VA. .
--- .. No.23 Ne.27'No.36 No.29 lNo.U: 150.37 No.43 No.93 'No.9L.

:ruit trees spoiled by the blight. -- --- .. J"I\IY111'. .......... 7 55 a "tHl a 9 40513 1111 p 'S0 p"'3 CO";p 4 00 I' 8'C5" 801 I
Dixie Flyer Route Ar. Sc. Auguetlne ........ stub III na 10 SOn 1 Drt. I a 30 4 CO p Slip 0 SO ,
You can always tell them from ST. AUOTJSTIKH TQ TACKSONVILLK.

the rest. They never do well NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY end 1 No.98 No.92 No.18o.! .*.!d..38I0No.38 Me.78 'N .74.No.3i

,h afterwards but small and t.... St. Atunrattne.Ar. ........ Anus 8009m; 8 15a SBUallllOa 'j'i"4Oa 0 50"p S 301>
stay -route of the- Ja" kiHmYll'!...,.....,. 71\11"\ ine4akU1Oa1240,710' T 30'


strike children. Good health The Chicago and Florida Limited Jacksonville.Is quickest train from St. Augustine sal "?v"+ STiTIONH.Ar. JNo.B 'No.17No!|[ .19'No.2t'|| .NO,47I|'No.4No.61'No.63| |

v.Jau .um11e... (tana8Ud 0 ISplu 10 a 1CO p[ Palntka U 14 alll 1.1 a| 2I, P 43 P
i3 the natural right of children. Chattanooga Nafthvllle, Louisville, :St.:! Louis' and Chicago with PuDman'iflneat S.JaolcaunvlII /23pio18a S03p. Ar.E. P'l'tka Blrtalll
Observation and Drawing Room :Sleepers' Dining; cars, et*., through without Pablo Jlraeh... a lo a e 89 p 10 CO a t 40 p

Hut some of. them don't get clinntfe.. 'fhe famous Dixie FIer all\ the year round sleeper ,via. Atlanta and .Aclantio art Beach., .,.,.. B Sena IS a q00 Up PIG 11 M 10 a a a 900 45 ,p. EAST PALATKA TO PALATISTATIONS.

CITED INTO TUB riiOOD. Martin, through to St. Louis, without clutnge. I Ne.49 as.4e.Na601 Bo.62
their! : rights. While the rest For Information relative to rates schedules etc., write to... MATTPOBT TO JACKSONVILLE.BTATIOXS. I I :
wharf one evening when a young fellow ., LT. 8 4 who swimming near wan taken '1". M. DOYLE, Fla. Para Agt, Jacksonville Fla No.6 N9.1BNeJO|[ Ar. I'nlatka.l R lit alO| A a II 03 p! 3 07J'

kp with cramps. Hearing UU shouts for grow big and strong one stays C, E. HARM AX, Gen. Paw Agt. 11. F. SMITH Traffic Manager. ..Mnyporl...... II jfpuaii at BAN MATEO BRANCH
Nashville Tenn. Atlantic Roach.P S ftOa 6 00 it
; help I"Uzlcrllll1 dived Into the flood and small and weak.Scott's Atlanta, Oa.- ..hl....Beach.... S MaT 6 0 p p Il N.S7 *No.45 STITTOX*. I'Ne.468.Jark.onville.
t noon returned with the uncousclou -- .- .- -.-'-- -- /7a S $7 p 13 lip
Ar.Jaekann.111e. ... 7855 646 I 35 pi 74AaLv| ,E. Palatka .Ar S83a
I form of the man he went after. Emulsion can stop t I 88 pi 80ft a.lAr. .8 n Vatoo Lv 915 '
Ills fellow Journalists ma Jo so much SAKFORD BRANCH.Na.11 .
k'1 copy out of the Incident and described that blight. There is no PLANT SYSTEM. STATION Na.11 ORANQR CITY BRANCH

Fitzgerald In such glowing terms that Na2
t reason why such achild should 71b. v,..,,.,,.,Tltuivllla....,,,. Ar 0p Ko.3T Nest STATION I
the baronet's daughter had ber curiosity 815a .............Mima....,,...,.,?..,, 07p so p1010a L ..N. Smyrna..Ar 8 p
'l aroused and determined to see him stay small Scott's Emulsionis Ma ,.........., .............. Sip 34pi181 a ....Lak H len.... 1
The GreatThrougl Car: Line from Florida.-Connections: 856. .,. ..,.....Enterprise..,,........ 11 aoa Sip 11 BS a .OraniroCity. :22 45 P
1 herself.When. S50aAr.. ...,.,,. .. ,.
a medicine with lots of Hartford. ?LT 11 oo a 4 00 p 11 4taAr.Or.Oh7Ja..Lv1240'Dally. |!
Fitzgerald. got a note purport. the East via all rail. Tbe Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Richmondand
inn and in it the kind of IV The Southern Hallway, via Savannah, Columbiaand Dallyexcept 1JDally exo pt Monday: ||8undar olor.
S to be from a typewriter girl strength Washington. Tra nil donot stop$t stations opposite which no time U ihown.
r asking for a meeting, tie grinned to Washington. These Time Tables show the times at which trains nay be expected to arrUe and\
strength that makes things from the Several etatloss bat their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guar
himself and accepted The 'tyl' The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and Chattanoogo.; The L :
To the West thereVro'inOomB' hold limit lesponsible for any delay or any .on.a.u jn>ee
+ writer" wn pretty and pleasant, and grow. N, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah Columbia
Fitzgerald asked for another meeting and Asheville The MAO R'y via Montgomery.;

I and tbe "typewriter" smiled and acT Scott's Emulsion makes To the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at M

ccpted. And so from meeting to meeting children grow, makes them cat, Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants* Miners BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
It went until one Jay. Fitzgerald Transportation Company for Baltimore.
f1 proponed aiux-was ftCC.t'ph'tJ. makes them sleep, makes them To Key West and Havana viaPort Tampa and Peninsular A: Occidental Steamship XIA1CI.NA8SATS .
To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada, January 6.1908.
f I ......... play. Give the weak child a Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkeabury and Charlottestown. I.... Mtama. M-.Thaia................11 sop I !,... Nassau Weda. .
{. Le.eewl.a Appp. chance. Scott's Emulsion will Ar.A .Naemu Tu_.Fra.................. s 00 p I|Ar.Miami Than.,Bans.................
Mrs. Newlywed-Oh. mother John
t : Comnenolng _.
wx1VT1 iI TO"'CTrt.XSTS TXcrn'Yi1TS February I,1
aid this morning I wna one woman In make it catch I I... )Miami Mena.Wed.,hfa..S OOplLv.Naiaaa. ,Tn.e.,Than. Satl...........Js
( a hundred cy up will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern Western and Southern States to h.............. so a I|Ar.:Miami. W.d...Prla., .aa...........\
,l I Her l\Iotbpr-1 see la that no cause ...., with the rest. all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant !System during the season of 1001-1902, Urn- I' MIAIEI-13AVANA DIXKOT LINK.
for team.Mrs. Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover prlvlledRsa ID Florida. Oommenolag January 1.l os.
t ti This picture represents Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied Lv.Miaml Eh"...> "eda.! ..................U I .,Tnes..FHs.. ....... ,12Ar.Havana I
NewlywedAut. mother he the Trade Mark of Scon'sEmulsion with all Information and handsome advertising matter. Moos..Than............... e 1opILv.Havans I| /!
used to say I was one woman In a and Is on the XIA.1IU, KBT WEST AND HAVANA.
)' tbOtM1/1 nd.-r.. wrapper of every bottle. For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, eta, call on or write to Lw.Mlamf.5fR.ej 1'11...............1110 P Lv.R..ana.Mon.Wed.......,.... ..".
w. ;..''t ...Tno"',Mt.........i1 ipArKey| We..&. :Mon.. Wed................4
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKINGWhen I Send for free sample. F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.1JW $57 '....ThIM., _....,..... 00 n't I ILT. Key West.Toe. Thurs..s......., -J
yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville.Fla., Ji.I..BaYaAa, ww..Sat..Moa ............. OOa I Ar..Mlami.Wed..FriSea .. '

t Tonlo because the bottle formula showing Is that plainly It Uimgly SCOTT&BOWNF. B. W W re n n. Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah Oa. For r!?,t..teal time Card address say Agent.
r printed on every 409 Pearl St., New York. J. D. RI 'Q Aut. O.
Agent BT.
Iron and Quinine IP a tasteless DENHAM General Savannah Ga.
SOt and t*. all druggists. W. B. Superintendent, ,
fOtm No cure, No pay.BOoU.

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XAt.r. -,-:: :: rsv TUX-IILIAN Ee-RIVER.: : rozEZHOv : : The World's Famous Hotel Victory, Put-May Island, Ohio. f ft



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4 I J. G. BAST, Proprietor.

r1r' .r fir e AXt ,


.... __ ." .... "' = and FISHING. 4 Sr' tit ', S' ,
.-:::::_=::-- ;::;.-.=-----IJo,'" r p. $3
", :-.. ..:?>:.- Hates: $2.:>0 (lerdIl1. 1 + y4

$10 and $12 per week


I-: ,, 4'a I ,

AL HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, .FLA.I '. f' '1A, : ::1i I ,

fk : rvt, .

I:(ipjosl'8' postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re.pvaled. -

1. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . .

J ws-?50 per day and up.
,. I I'r

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. ,1j .. 3,4" .., k;,, f

1;}TIIORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. yr, 4.t

American! plan. Centrally located Just built and openly -

/till season. Fine cooking and good table.' Hot and Cold Water 1 4 4
? tt i''I e vi
3 Biilii, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. Allpeat M { .

I cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to S.3.00;; per d.iy. I

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.

Kindle 10 East Forsyth Street. Grand Slain Kntrntuv East and Jftmit, Honth Gal'tr/ hotel Victory/ 1'lattno; Car Ti-tminnlntltfl; ,
I e i
South side ot Put-in-Bay Island, overlooking tho alto,of Perry's Victory, 1813: -llonoe the name. Hltuatml on the highest point In Luke Brio being eightyfeet: 'i
I above the water and live hundred feet from it. The largest and most handsomely furnished SUMMER HOTEL In the Woild.
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and fiist-chss In all appointments.
Renowned for the nocUl' standing of Its patrons, for Its llmonitions and magnificence, for Its superb cuisine and admirable civlce, for the lavish provisions for '[ .
I center of city. Near all oar lines. Open for rooms November loth: ; amusement of Its guests It I Is universally acknowledged that it possesses the attilbutes that appeal to particular' people-undoubted. luxury and comfort, and superior I'

IiVt, Xovember I9th. Rooms, oneperson: one day, $1 and up; by the appointments, location and absolute absence of mosquitoes. To the pleaHuie loving Hummer tourist It stands fur all that Is most enjoyable, Tho bout patron ';I

link, .1.50 and up. ized and grandest hotel on the Great t i,kea.a., The scene and environments are enchanting, conducive of rent and comfort ,' :
C. n, &MITII I Proprietor. Why not spend your uminor' vacation hero there ? Open for season 100.!, J ne ]10th. We want to send I you our souvenir foldn., rate, cuid and, tl.'lIlIrnolllnllllk., j I''i s

Addles"' r. x/ST. 1\I.IoOB.JDA.El.Y: : : C-on.orn1: 3Vt vxao-: : --or .{

VICTORIA JACKSONVILLE, FLA. After June let,, Ohio. 7J4: Monroe St., Toledo, Ohio. "i,

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-- --
Cor. Main and Adams Streets. -

iZwrthing new; centrally located ; elegant suites with private baths; free COItON tIO nl t\CII. I'1. tU OAI.I." ':.

\to. Elites, American $2 to $3; European, rooms Too;; and upwards. Special Hotel Granada EAU OALLIE:, FLA. ,

ties to commercial tiavelers.. Newell's Seaside Hotel CORONADO BEACH, ,KLA. On Indian River 1
R. BIXLER, Proprietor. (One of the finest beaches the world )
Thu, Hotel Granada (Is bloated nt Eau f 1111 lie. Fla., 14)2): miles south of Jacksonville
Under new management. Thoroughly repaired and renovated. Five" minutes on the wont" shore of the Indian, hIRer, unoxiellud boating, hunting and '
ST. AUGUSTINE. walk to North In. Ian River biiilge ilia finest Hulling ground. on the Coat 'Hulling.1 Matchless cllmaia, I.aum I) for the use i>f gueuts. A 'il'.t. -olasa home. '
Surf bathing every month lu the year Lirgebun Pavilion facing the Ocean. Ilk* hotel lutes $.SO: \ to t3 UO |I.r d,ty. Special rates by month or treason.O d
A pleasant winter home at renni iiablo mi ex for those who urn In search of rest | en all the >ear. Aildron- GLEASON DUOS., Kau Ualllo) Fla. 11''
FLA. health and pleasure. Hotel wagonette meet All tr"lnlll\t New. Smvtnii:! depot. .
lei t: I Magnolia, Opened for the season of ]002.A Postofficetn hotel. HERBERT I.. LEUO, Manager. - I'II: N. -

large addition baa been constructed More Kooins, HAWKS A1UC'
adding Fifty The Mherby
EDEN, On-Indlan-Idver, FLA.Ona .
moet of which have a Soutlura Exposure.: They are newly and I ,
'"f the loveliest locatlnnn on the river. All modern Improvements.'
handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private BAY VIEW HOUSE HAWK PARK, F1..A. Hot and cold! baths Sulphur prluff.' Excellent dtlnklng water. \ \

EatJ!!,. The dining room has bpen enlarged to nearly twice its for 1'lffity. of fruit and 'fee Fish, Oysters sod fresh vegetables lu abund 1
Good, home-like and comfortable ; Patronlyed companionable 1
pluce. by peo- ance. Northern cooking louse handsomely furnished with all tho 1n
mer size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an pie. Good table, home cooking. Fresh milk unit vt'jletables.V'arm and com- Comforts of a bom. !Jlimts. Tinlns slop a' Knxton Station. on the
Expenditure of $l'SOOOO. A lIr t-clasll Orchestra will/ furnish fortable room Excellent fishing from pier In front nf hotel. Rates low. plantation. I'lnrnpple! district. laiJ.... M. A. CUKTH, Manager.WII8T / .
Proprietor. _. .. .
and -- -- - - -- -- -
f muslo twice daily: Rates 2.50 to $''.00 per d.iy. Special weekly .
--- -- -- -
: I'AM r IlIOACll.:
monthly rates. Special terms to parties. JtOCKLKDUi;
1 PALMER & McDOWELL, Proprietors.4AiA .

) HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE:: FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River HOCKLEDOK, FLA. 'A 11 flrst-cl.isH bnme-like hotel located on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite
The Old City y-the.Sea. Royal Punrlana. Near railroad station and pluses of Interent. I'Iptlcllll fuatures. I
Comfort, Courteous attention superior table and nervier, reasonable rates..
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. AND COTTAGES, NOW OPEN.JUST : house thoroughly renovated Under New Alanagemenr. Kxperlnncail white
This popular house la most centrally located. has: all modern improvements THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTKH. waitresses, will\ have charge of thojdlnlng room. Hood Fishing( Hunting! and i
.Boating. Rates *:2 to $:J day. the week. For
par Hpiwlal by fUI'tI..r Information ;
Itcluding STEAM HEAT. Has more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSUREtan adilrom The Palms Went Palm head, Fla., J. C. Stowers, Prop. t
any hotel In town ; accommodates 250.:
RATES : $2.60 to 3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates. REDECORATED INSIDE. HOTEL SEMINOLE WEsT: PALM BEACH, FLA.

- Up-to-date and modern In all Its with which
appointment, large airy room
will appeal to the comfort loving tourists Militated directly opposite the
: ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... ORCHESTRA, EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING and HUNTING. Royal Pulnclana, commanding a magnificent view up and down Lake Worth.
ONQUIN HOTEL FLORIDA. A. L. MARSH I'roprletorawl Manager.. The house has been thoroughly renovated, anti I. under n8W management.
ST AUGUSTINE, cuisine' with northern .... .
. .. .. ._. Huperlor white waltre Hunting:, Fishing' hosting
View, Open for room only. The rooms are large and airy, with -- -- -- second to none. Hates, $J to .::1) per day. MpeoUl by the week. For *
rs f3: s sal3nm.A7 ALL7,1! s4K,1s rt[::--8frusgy. .E and Information apply to J., C. MUMMERS, Prop.

owfortable beds. Rates moderate. --. ----...---.---.----. .. .- .. _. __. ._.._.. ...____ __ __.___n_'__.._ _
MRS. A. S. PBLL, Proprietress.
==--- .- -- .Plaza Hotel.

--_ MAGNOLIA 8P1UNGS. INDIAN RIVER, :3TlOOlK.loca.KO. :1'1LL.: .Everybody Goes to... The Palm I Beach TheLargest Hotel

nOII'a Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA Next to I In the World.

miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river steamerii. RESORT OF FLORIDA" Rates. $'i.o0 per day and up. Special monthly
'n fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevators.. Electrlo lights. Pure a Ito>me with or without private bath. Located next
"8 water. :No: mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, Fishing Snoot- A handsome modern hotel, located on the banks the famous Indian to Polnclana Hotel, with' a beautiful rotund* 105x89,
Two swimming pools and Vapor Baths. $".no per day. Special weekly midst of H-aore!( beat In Lake Worth. .
8. Owner and Manager.SEAITEEZE. River, In the an bearing orange grove Steam overlooking tropical Close to ocean
- O. D. HEAVEV, every room, suites with bitth; filtered rainwater; location conceded by .k and all the other attraction. and sports of this. most ,
::: -- everyone the brat In Rocklerlge; East Coast Hallway depot In tile hotel 1 "w1- .... popular winter resort In the world. Our porter, l lf
:. grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal management anil rates. '
: : 'I!::
- Accommodations for 200. ; with bicycle chairs meet all trains al Polnclana star ,;

S. II. PECK. Manager. p, : Y tion. Splendid. fishing and shooting,, ,
r. ,
l 1 Colonnades. Clarendon Inn. Summer It...>rt-Tha New .Arlington Ilotal, Prtu.arr. Mich. L Kllng IB- t. -jMna_ vs.raUl"st IIOIUM a.. CIIA.H. A, STONE, Manager, i'
lIOn .
of the Oroat Lalten. <>|en Jane to Oetnar.NEW
;r Palm Bench Florida. i' I''
Of-The-River. On-The-Ocean. C.ta r. -. I

#ifio' |per day and up, 17.50 to Rates, *2.50 per day to 3. $11.00 to '

"eek and up. $17.50 per week. beach Club Cafe. hr
e unsurpassed In any hotel In Electrlo Lights, Furnace Heat, Up-to- b
date house (Incorporated.)
}neat desiring the Sea, the Claren OPENED OX DECEMBER I
Electrlo Lights, Best of don For Inn those has tile finest location In Florida. U Adjoining grounds of Hotel! Royal. Polnctana, Palm Beach, on the north. I

Situated the banks of the famous Indian! River In the heart of the orange !

'lie ", im Orchestra[to Daytona at both, then houses'Bus across after the the 15th river;; of to January.'the hotels. raising district; Good! banting; unexcelled fishing; and I a flist-cUis orchestra. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. -

POST & GILL, Managers. Rooms en suite with bath. Steam heat. Livery, launches and bo I.. I.

- Rates $2.50 per day: ami upward. Special weekly rates until January 20th. First-Claw Chet, Cuisine and Service. j
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_. OOOPAUL. Opposite>> nn.tonn. H. P. SHARES: & SOY, Proprietors. . Privnto; :Dining: : : : : Par1or's .

-- .-- -.....- .- - ..- -- -- Order received for Dinner Parties any amber at all hours.

.\ I.., FLA. MERRITTllerrltt'e Idnm''.
Side Inn Seabreeze. -- eLANI). .
Formerly -----
New and modem, Hotel RiverYiew OY i.vniiv RIVER. PcLAND.: :TLA. '
Directly on the Ocean beach, opposite Daytona. i MERRITT, FLA. Hotel Putnam
1 Open from December to Jfsy.I .
and I
electric bells In every room. AND C.\SI _O.DL"NKLEE On High Pine Land. Health comfort and sport. No better Hunting I Special Party, Family and Season Rates. Golf, Boating, Fishing, Hunting.
NEW OCEAN. PIEr. .t COSS, Proprietors. and Fishing In Florida. Sulphur Swimming Bath. Fine yachting.: Hates f to f;J per day. 8i>e lal by the week. For Information address. .
Now Open. J. J. WlI.KIYSQY.I'rol'rI.tor. W H. P. CHAWE, Proprietor.
hot(;, Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass.

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FLORIDA Visitors aro Invited DANCE AT EAU GALLIE.Mrs. Robbins & Graham Co, EZ.. RRrA.Z7Y': :: &;, ::se:: .

to the Jowelryaud Sou ve air shops of the -DEALERS IN-
J. V. D. Ooon, of Syracuse, N.

f, CC"'o/ >/ (b.. Y., and Mrs., J. C. Clark, of Olean, N. (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRO
few friends in time
t" Y., entertained a ? PAID UP,CAPITAL .2 ,OOO,00.
Avllah rooms on /Saturday\ evening We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for At APES FKlt; 11
Jacksonville 41 1 W. Buy Ht.; St. Augustine last. Card, vocal and instrumental This company ownsZAN' We deal ezoliwlvely In the above line of goods and solicit the trade 01 nil
In the Alouznr; Palm Beach, the rotunda music, recitations' dancing, etc., were ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your itat
of the Poinolana: Miami, the rotunda followed by a dainty menu at 1L p. m., : ID S, E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSV1LLE. pr
of Royal Palm; Nassau, rotundaof lIerV4d Miss Faith J, Coon
daintily by ,
In the Indian River Country On the St.
the Colonial Hotel. ;
Miss A, Florence Hodgson. Miss KelduUocksler
and Miss' Eliza :tlckney.: Theevening's Luole River; at New River and on Bay S w. CueratM: rROLu1
amusements/ serged on the
...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH If you bare ECZEMA, PIMPLES, CA- /Sunday hours ere the guests separated Blscayne. Prices to suit times. ,
TARRir to their homes. Send for Land List. -Dealer In-

fl Brewing.i Asso's.Famous any BLOOD, or SKIN disease, Sore,Throator IrAN.COCJ'S ter Miss, Airs.Faith Dr"Clark J. Coon, beautifully aided by d her(}( or"sis- Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETA!

ted the rooms, it being the anniversaryof Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITTJSVILLE Your
1 LIQUID SULPHUR 1s Patronage
a SoUp
ik St.Louts Keg and Hot- jruar- our first President's birthday,George QUO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN, .
II anteed President. Actuary.
1 euro. Washington It was discovered duringthe
..f tlol Dour. For Sale by that It also the natal .. .. .. ..
evening was - --- ---- -
1M II Sold l>f Mesurs.V.A.Louie?and day of Miss Faith J. Goon who at once Breyard Abstract of Title Co.,

R.L Motlow,Tltusvtlle,Via. 3'. :$ SOB.Ji"VEN": :: received the hearty congratulations of I WILL FDRXI9HAbstracts INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOR

N By Mr 11.Afoiluw,Cocoa,Fla. DRUGGIST.TITUSVILLE her friends. :Hiss Coin Is one of the
I most popular young lady quests( of this of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

JOSEPHZAPFSole' FLORIDA. very Jolly winter season in Eaju Gallie, -roil LANDS IN- prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special!:

1 i1 and made all possible to retain Inducements her with us. are beIng Brevard County.Office paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing|g my mott(

Agent. GRAND BALL IN TITUSVILLE. Among: the many handsome costumes under Law Office of T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
worn -on this occasion, may be noted -

610 to 020 West Day Street, Tltusvllle has certainly been favored that of Mrs. X. O. Gilbert, heavy bro GEO. M. ROBBiNS, J.R. W AI.KEH. C. II. SwAiit
with caded, blACk satin, black lace/ ; orna- TlTUSVILLK, FLA.
amusements this season,and
{ JACKSONVILLE FLA. nobody ments, diamonds. Mrs. J. V. D. Coon,
can say they are dying of ennui. t
I Another grand event was the Washing black gros grain silk; ornaments diamonds Dry Goods Shoes
q ton Promenade, given by Mr. and Mrs. and pearls.! .Mrs. J. K. Colby, East Coast ?Meat MarketG. ,

TOGNI'S II Wm.41. Brown, In honor of Mrs. Brown's black satin and old lace; ornaments, +
sister, Miss Catherine Jones, of New diamonds. Sirs. J. W. :Stlckney, rich F. DUREN, Agent. Furniture, 'j4 .
RETREAT black lace black satin ornaments
Hartford, Coon., on Fiiday night last, over Miss' ; r== -
pearls and diamonds/ Eliza Stick- C'D
which was pronounced one of the
Choice est successes of the season. ney, amber satin, black lace over skirt; .-.. -- Notions and Millinery .
a' __ The dooia of the Opera house, ""where' ornaments", opit In! and diamonds. Miss
Faith Coon white India.muslin' ; orna- co tea '
Wines, Liquors the dunce touk place, were thrown open and diainoDils. New Goods at olo prices.
pearls+ Many
and Cigars.Guaranteed about 7:43: ; p.m., and soon afterwa ds other handsome costumes were present =-
the guests began to pour In. It was not YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Pure. but time and space, forbid. a more min- -
long ore an ADVOCATE reporter was onI
I he scene, nod noticed that fair women ute description in tills issue of the AD John R. Walker & Co. ,

and gallant men werejfreeling each other VOCATE.:
John B.
Togni dC f< cvIn
In eager expectation of the bewitching TITUSVILLE, FLAWhaler's .

No. 105 East Bay Street, Corner Ocean, hour when dancing would commence. In BAL POUDRE AT ORMOND.
t, Near the old stand. the meantime, the gay revelers, from far 3
and near, were admiring the Interior of
JACKSONVILLE!, FLORIDA. the Opera house, which had been transformed On Washington's birthday Saturday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.THE .

-- - --- --- Into a veritable fairy scene. "Thn last, the bal poudre was a pronouncedsuccess Store.
Father of Our County htld a conspicuous ; never .was. there a fuller attend- Jewelry
place on the south end of the ball; ance at the Hotel Oimond on such an ..
i Citrus Trees. clinging vines clambered about the walls occasion. The casino was beautifully
and suppoits In natural grace; palms and decorated with palms and evergreens.
: ferns clustered In the corners; lowers Trees were la each corner of the hall, ornamented Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware,
+ gave generously of their sweet perfume; with colored lights, as were
a well modulated light from many vail- those at the sides. In'' the front of the i
oolored small lamps and Incandescent stage were formed! two large drawn SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
i lights strung across the hall threw a bewitching swords crossed, oi red, white and blue
and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.KiTMall .
) boxes of Citrus Fa'ulta-S vaile-
,1100 glamor over the entire scene, electric lights.\
t ties-will be marketed from our orchards while the strains of sweet rauslo floated The grand march was led by Mr. and Orders will receive prompt and careful attention

and uurserles this season An excellent through the ball from the Koeiger orchestra Mrs. B. VV. Curlier, of Lynn, Mass., and
1 + chance for prospective which was placed ou a raised was a brilliant picture;'participated In by 'TITUSVILLE. FLO
tll orange growers platform In tile sou'lienst comer of the a huge number of ladles and gentlemen,
to test fruit and select varieties. ball-ruom. The floor was In perfect condition each of whom bore aloft a palm branch,
;Ji All prominent sub-tropical fruit trees. -rather too slippery for some.' which In the varied and complex movements

i1, :Roses and ornamentals In stock. Dancing commencing about 8:30: p. m of the march produced a lovely \
t Catalogue free. with the Grand March and a Two-Step, effect. Then followed a Virginia Reel Special Attentio
and dance followed dance until 10:30, and an order of dances, which >was entered
Glen when punch, lemonade, "Hve o'clock tea Into with great spirit. The dresses of YEARS TO COME
St. Mary biscuits," etc., were handed around by a the ladles were very elegant. Rod diamonds have
; BO terrors for the well Insured mnn.He OIVK2T: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
stall of waiters who were engaged for the galore shone. The powdered hair
I occasion;and everything!: was done by the gave a distinguished\ Jook to ladies and Is secure In the knowledge that what
rl G. L. Taber, Prop. generous host and hostess to add to the gentlemen alike, and the quaint costumes ever happens Ills family well providedfor. Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassy

GLEN ST. MARY, -* FLA. pleasure and comfort of the guests. At added a Colonial touch well befittingthe And the cost of this security U
11 o'clock dancing was resumed and con occasion.
Harness and Stoves.JCayOur
1'I really very small. Our rates on .
tinued until 1220. :/ a. m., when It ended
with a "single circle," la which nearlyall :Jn..S'U.ra.D.OO.aro : : : .
Hbclgson Bros. the dancers joined. CHURCH NOTICES. Stock )fs Complete and We Can Fill Orders. Pro
moderate and
by taking out a policy
about 100 and all
There were present,
} EAU GALLIK INDIAN RIVER FLA. in contact voted at an early age the benefits are greater
with whom we came Services at the Methodist church, Tltusvllle Jas. Pritcliard & So
of the most that and premiums lower.SCHUYLER .
1 Marine Railway. I the ball one pleasant next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7
bad taken place In Tltusvllle since Its:
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. "palmy days" when the old Seminoleand p.m. Poatoffice Box 212;
IY Services will be held at LaGrange on TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
clubs used to have such
other enjoyable
.pb .Special Facilities.. Jubilees. Sunday next, morning and evening, Rev.J Correspondence Invited. Titusville: Florid

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Mr. and Mra Ilrown and Miss Jones G. Ulaokofficiating. -

JI Yachts and Launches. took considerable pains to make It pleasant Rev. <1. A. Fulwood D. D., will con.:, --- -
for their guests, and it Is almost duct quarterly meeting servicqp at Cocoa
Mention the ADVOOATS when writing. needless to say that they fully succeeded Methodist church, next Sunday. ; at 11 a % S JE1EJL> G.

In doing so. In. and 7 p. m.
3E3C.:: : C.Artesian:E-x..a.VEN": : Many of the gentlemen. wore evening pi'onch 1
dress, and the. custumtm of some of the Rev .1. A. nelien neatSunday ONION--White and Red Bermuda.GENUINE .
tile 1 Rufkletluu Chapel: at 11
Indies would vie with any at the tout'let at ,
Well Contractor a. m., and at the Pre byle.'I..u. church
hotels; and between one thing and another
Tltunvllle, at 7:13 I p. m. Sunday school
..Dealer In.. a that scene will of not beauty soon was be here forgottenby presented at 0.3 I a. m., and Young Peoples Societyof Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of Gavdw'
Christian udettvor' at 3:30: p. m. 1864
Aermotors Tanks and
Pumping the spectators or participants. 87 Florida Seed Rye and IM) Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats BarleyJtyslend
Machinery Everyone's program seemed to have The Right U.w.. Wm. Crane Oray will /
DKLAND, FLORIDA. been filled with engagements: and mauy hold Dlvlnrt service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal j Catalogue. '
were sorry when the time arrived I fur church, TliiiHvllle, unda.v uexi.
breaking up one of the most pleasant )lareh'2nd. Holy Communion and the L. CAMERON. The Seed Store.
} VISIT The most peculiar and Interest- of social dance held In Tllusvllle.HUNTERS' rite of Confirmation at 11 o'clock a. m. : : FU
{ \ng. sight| In America Also at St.:: Mark'H church, Cocoa the M 1 t ? 125 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE,
nt 7 0 o'clock and nt :o: .
THE FLORIDAOstrich NARROW ESCAPE. 8.tme evening :> ; 0 : ............_ -- -- -
Meriltt At
Grace chinch on Monday
Courtenay on Tuesday. WITH TIlE NEW YEAH ESTABLISHED 1870.

: i Farm Co. Messrs.( Alfred Wagner, J. H. Oliver: open up one of my bottles of

and D. J. "'"Ip. guests of Hotel Indian Garden Parties nt Palm Itoncli. OLD WINE OR WHISKEY
liver, Rockledfje. had a narrow, escape M. Lane & Son
and drink to the health and prosperity of
ill JACKSO WII.LE. while crossing tha Indian River, last friends and self during the v ,
:Saturday, from the sport of baggingsome The garden parties that have proved These year.
game, In which they were fully no popular other reasons have again been good are pure and wholesome.
saroec eful. When about In the middle Inaugurated In the cocoanut grove In ri.tvor.Unexcelled for richness, strength and 230;' WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORE.

of the river on their return, Mr. Wagner front of the Royal Polnclana. There are
discovered that the boat was rapidly 'Ill- so many young people, at Palm Bench Right for health and hospitality
J lug up wl'h water 'l'blnklogofnothlnl this season that Manager terry has decided K011T. L. MOTLOW, Southern Fruit and Prods
else to do but b"Ult out as fast! as possible to please them by having dancingIn TITUsVlLLK:: and COCOA, FLA.

he notified I the rest, but as they had the bull-rocim as often as possible, and
t nothing else to use as a bailer, they took many happy faces, beautiful gowns: and
I'' II Y l t I a aid used their hate. then rowed for all !graceful dancers are to be found there L. A. Hildrotli OOJO.t'XLissi.oc.: :Marchar: : : : : .ts.
r I they were worth for the shore. When each night. Tbe hotel I now entertaining ,
they were about half a mile from shore, two hundred more guests than last Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Brands SPECIALTIES: ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT Stencils, Cards an
on either side, they found It would be Impossible year at this time.
to reoob'the shore before sinkIng 'HOr... quotations furnished on application.

o.lnlt) to a still wind that was blowIng .
and WaR about on the verge of discarding A Legacy the Grippe Rom Brandies Whiskeys Gins -

their coats and shoes In order to Is often aruin-downeystem. Weakness, The Oldest Established Grain and Sect House In tbe Slot

c swim, when the Indian River launch hoveIn nervousness, lack of appetite, energy and Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. -VIA.nnaHA
J. sight/ and vlgnals ol distress were ambition, with disordered\ liver and kidneys _
raised. Fortunately for them, It was often folluwan Attack of this wretched The best whiskey and liquors served by __
clear enough for the captain to ml\keout disease. The greatest need then Is Wm.: .<&.. :Boors: :: d2

what they wanted. He then turned his Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic, blood polite and courteous attention. .

-. -- -- -- launch In their direction and soon they purlller and regulator of stomach, liver A first clans line of foreign ''
= were on board of the Urvlllo making for and kidneys. Thousands. have proved AND GARDEN
... .-- _- hearts and much hot and domestic
r.i." .c: --- ""_'-- _-- I shore, with happy that they wonderfully strengthen thenervellj cigars.
=- =_ ter progiess. build the system and restore
l. op Flour Fertiliz
=- th and good spirits after an attack FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited Grits Meal and

y Nearly iilnantlo. t>lnl* tumllnc I to 10 feet The Popular Clyde Line. of Grip. If suffering, try them. Only 1\00. Prompt and careful attention given >yy jrM7M y 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, }'L.\.
i J. B.
.. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by
hiicli wolKhlug:use t<> i>o "" thotrhh
(, orals,"''IC...,mtrtuha altt\\nllnlll.busy ostrloliet Screven. to mail orders, accompanied by cash. ARIS. forfunna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Sy
northern visitors In making
Our arrangements -
r' vUltiiri\ through the farm L. A. HILDRETH,
their should
for return trip
{ht pUlnliiK nil .shout tile hlriln, tU ir nests, h.\'I&a\ A Wonderful Invention.
overlook the fact that the Clyde Line
+ plumage* *to.WANTED
between Jacksonville and New York The Nation'sBest

-Ladles and gentlemen to operates the linear steamship service To cure dandruff, hair falling head "San Mateo"
the "hottest" seller on around the AtUntlo coast Their ships ache, etc., yet costs the same as an ordinary .
ear b. Dr. White' Electric Comb, pat. are large and safe and staterooms elegantly comb-Dr. White's Electric Comb. Vi-
f I onted lIl1.) Agents are coining money arranged and luxuriously furnish The only patented comb In the world. Draylng hauling!:of all kinds promptly
Cures all forms of scalp ajlments, headaches ed: People everywhere It has been Introduced attended to. Meets all trains. :Stove *
etc, yet coat the same as an ordinary "As we journey through life are wild with delight.\ You simply comb wood supplied. It l nil
k comb. Mend :0cts in stamps for Let us live by the way" your hair each day and tbe comb does the ALFRED HAULKT, Tltusvllle..Toll .

ample. D. N. Rose Gen. Mr., I)eco-! You will certainly "live by the way"on rest. This wonderful comb simply unbreakable 1 lot"idli. .
III. Liner for their tables are and Is made so that it Is absolutely !
tr tur, a Clyde supplied 11 IIoU04tOIl9EAU Why buy Imported cigars made from tobacco doctored
heavy ,
with the very best of everything to 1 Impossible to break or cut the hair.Sold tropical
d' Clyde Steitniililp Line. eat. Tickets Adroit of stop over In on a written guaranteed to give perfect OALLIE FLA., opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida! leaf at a U'f
!Charleston to view the great Exposition satisfaction In every respect. Send: price?

1 Tickets and reservation via the Clyde and the cost of the trip Is about forty per tamps for one. Ladies' size ;Slots fa[ prepared to build FREE BY MAIL TO ANY!
BuoC"23. . .
Rents' size : Lire and : .
Hteamshlp' Line can be secured of ChaM.II. cent less than rail. A letter to the Florida Xtets. men women ROUND BOTTOM BOATS,

t Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tim Passenger Agent of the Clyde Line at wanted everywhere to Introduce this ar ADDRESS.....jS3. Bos of 00.. . ... .0. .
tusvllle.Ia Jacksonville will bring you Immediate ticle. Sells ou night. Agent are wild SKIP-JACKS* OR ROW BOATS.
i reply and full particulars. with success. (See want notice la this \N. :
Repairing of all kinds attended to. eO""VVLE-Z.
Ia rr- Reading. notice ads. on this page Ctf A*. H. WALTON. Agent, "'II per.) Address D. X. Rostt, Gen. Mgr., ,

"I are !live cents per line per week. Titusvllle, Flo. Decatur. 111. Shops: Foot of City Dock, Eau Game.I SAY MATEO, FLA.r .



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