East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 4, 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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO SAM PERKINS, Sanford l Dyeing. -Look for W. W, Luco's ml. page; 8. Tin: LA i win iimcit: STOUU.r. The fact that ho Is now Installed at the
LOCAL Dr. Dodson, near Indian Hlver hotel. Continental assures all\ Itllo.t801 a mag
BUY YOU LUMBER: AT DUPONT -Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished. cot nlllcont service. The hotel baa boon elegantly .
d Topics of General Interest. Father O'Boyle held service at Or. & Middlaton'a, and save freights tag for rent. Apply at thta office. K. WalUer Co. flttrd up with furniture anil, every.
on Sunday morning last. -J. R. Walker & Co. have fitted up -:Mr. II. Wfetton, prominent orang On Monday, April 7lh, we will It'll thing aoranged for coml\o\ t.

THE ADVOCATE, -Mrs. E. E. Rollins and Mrs. Tysen two cosy little ice cream parlors In their ,grower, of CHJton, was U town on Wed you as folk wsi. : The offiro and ilinlng room of the In .
annum In advance. wereamong the pleasant lady callers at new ItO on Washington avenue. I ned. .iy. A thrl>tl-IIII"u Oak lU'tl Uooni )wit, dlan River hotel at this plaoe have been
,uo per .. this office on Monday afternoon worth >0.( tV for tol!S,'1':1.:
.00 six months.u -Mr. McFarland and son, of Brooklyn .-Mr. S. T. Knight left Tltusvllle, Ins Suit made quite attractive of lau b1lhllascell'J.
II thou Room
00 per an. to foreign countries. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures have r..tu l' after a pleasantvisit Tuesday, for : worth #3Ji! .tM\ forlS.7t1lilue. ,
subscribe for the ADVO- all blood and skin diseases For sale by with, Mr. Jos. Williamson of Mlcoo, accepted the position of 2nd asststair Ribbon HfitdWMK! ferns and volirecn/l.IIOI\Uerocl/ around

iV you the year It does not cost you J. B.Scroven, druggist, Tltusvilto! Fla. -Vrs. Brock, mother of Mrs. L. B. keeper of the light house at that place. Machine: would,b.Drop good value *l t-'O.H: ,, Mr. G. Butler Smith, a former man** ,

Dente per week postage; included. Postmaster B.isHett had double duties Cha&tLeld of Ro kledgo and New Haven, -Mrs .1. It. Sneln..and ROn, Howard, this MUu HI.-a. gee of Hotel Key West, arrived At Hotel

COAST ADVOCATE Is onJit Wednesday. He ran as mall agent to Conn., was aiaong yesterday's pnsaon of Newark N. J., who have been guest Oold<>n Oiil nlno'l'ot-s..t of.. -well Ormond on Sunday night He lins been
EAST following news-stands at five Sanford In Agent Collins'\ place as the !KCIS, en route to her home In Northamp of the InJmn River 1 : hotel, for a couple of: worth *:.3<", for *". baying the furniture for the now,. big l
the latter was confined/ to his bed ,Ca. Mass.Mrs. weeks or so, left here, \VednetuUy, for St. l'orlllmiWII, white at ta per oopY : fc Son. Augustine. the. 2fl rent quality/ lit 18..h. will bo oponutl by Andoikon A 1'iiee tlia.
iliuevilitt- l3. R. Wilson -Mr. Alfred Cox, one of Etlen's former C. 11. Price and children, of line of MeikV Suits InaU
Au lntt coming siituuiev.
un-l >
N. Y
Soreven. Mir. Louis of Brooklyn
J. B. Happ .
pineapple II'ower.nltes us that liifl McIntosh Fla., recently passed through
Utksonville\ Duval hotel. who ban boon enjoying a visit to his the tttlest fabrics, 81.1a" you payM4.IN : A. M, Taylor of the Cosluo St.
Hupt. ,
now home is at Cieba Mocha Cuba, here, on their way to Mlcco, to plo Mr ) for sell to m at *ll.5tl.O >> .
we '
ii New stand Union depotttAugnetineIlotel whets the ADVOCATK goes weekly Price. They have decided to make Mlcco orange grove place at Mlt'-co 1 has returned 1 and Punta Knork-Oul Augiistluo, baa livvn a busy moo tbla
Ponce de Leon their future home. home, lie was the guest of Dr. am' at week, looking after the many ntortaln-
.. Hotel Alcazar -Miss Ethel Coutant severed her connection Mrs. J. K. Powell while at Mlcco.Messrs. Prlcva.Plenty. monte. tie has been giving! All\ hU entertalniuents -
with the Indian River State: -Dr. E. R. Blake wood, who baa been I of room. Come and bring are lirst-clsaa null ul,-to- .
Reading notice ads. are ten cents Bank at this place, Monday afternoon, empl)1',1 lu Ur. Hcreven's! drugstore; In J. I' Wilson, B. l the family and they are much appreciated by those
rr and S. T. Knight made a flying trip to J. AVALKKU ft cn,
and early on Tuesday morning she left Tltusvllle, for many months past, leveled who witness them.
liDO on this page.: Canaveral, Sunday, In the yacht Outing I 'I'ltiirtvllU' .'I,,.
I'C for :Miami to. take position in the his connection here Wednesday and left I ,
Sim Perkins Sanford, cleans clothes. Bank of hay Bixcavne.Com. tor Kisatmmee, where he hns secured a They left here at 03t;:\ a m. Sunday ant Mr. II. O. Marvin of the Hotel Onnoiul
w w with the Klsslmmee Drug Co. got back at !B i a. m., Monday making tin office stuff, will open Lie summer hotel,
_Capt N. N: Penny, of Nathan, was J. B. Russell, who has: been on position trip In fifteen hours and had two and : South' Kockledgo; Items came too Soo-nlpl, Park Lodge, Lake Sunnpoe, N. .
IriJitor to town a few days ago. Indian River for several months, cruising -Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones jr., arrived one-half at the Iight! -houae. They mad : late for this Issue H., on June let Among the Improvements .

110 REXT-Two fish houses on dock at on board his yacht Eleanor, bus laid In Tituftvllle, Tuesday, frjm Wuodley, an average speed of six: miles an hour. -Dr. J. M. Dixon left bore, yesterday, for the coming season Mr. Narvln

I Fort Pierce. Enquire of P. P. Cobb. his boat up until next winter. The having come up with their little retllrnedborne boy -Ir. T. F. Is'evfns, a former populai for Cuoon, to attend the ttQlh birthday annnunoea the erection of a now casino,
Commodore will take at Minor who was 111. Mr. Jones
a rest Daytona anniversary of his mother seven cottages, now kltlhellIutt, dining
There are just afew more subscribersihoiie before loaviuff: for his summer home at the same day leaving his wife and and well known chief of the Brooklyi room, and al1 addition oAta.lnlng twenty
and shall be glad Fire Department accompanied by his IMniel S. DeVlnno of one ol
In arrears we Hartford Cunn. son here. Later reports say little Minot -Mr. bath-room suituy.
L hear from them. is Imgrovlug. son, Mr.( Jeff. Nevlna, were on Wednesday's New York' largest printing houses, aril .
-The Senate committee which has : northbound train on route home, lit! In town yesterdayand! hns boon receiving Col., W. O. Wlnaus unolu of Mr. A. i
HiVE YOU TRIED "FORCE" ? The been In session some days decided Wednesday -Probably our readers will be surprised after a visit of a week or so at bin winter hearty handshakes from his numerous V. A, Wlnaus, of( St. Augustine, hits relinquished '
food that Is all food. Try It. W E. to recommend the Miami ifmend- to learn that Mr. James Camel<<: ), the : home at Merrltt. where he left hls'or friends. He I* on his way toDay Ms position as elate' dork nt

Goldsmith, Tltusvllle. ment calling for udiiectappropilatlon! of well known guava jelly manufacturer,, I ange groves In tine shape.Mr View, where be own a fine pineapple (he Indian Hlver hotel, Tltusvllle, and I

nave you any wild oats, panthers, $1 l.-lOOO; ) n",1t1i" < for sale ? If want tiact. This adopts the el hteco.fout pro celebrated jelly last year. Admiraland to friend The Colonel says\ hn will go
\km, defer, etc., you N J.and Mis. Lizzie linker the Misses I
Mrs. told the ol Railway, -Mr. and Mr. B. F. Ivos,
Miami.Mr. Dewey proprietor
Good for
while. Oolnel'VI-
the ad. this ject. Miami In a short
rid of them on
read Wednesday
u get Meolianloville O. arrived here and
this paper that they liked Carnell's guava of Gertie and Elsie Ives. N r. Burt Ives I has made Vi lends In Tltusylllo
page. aid Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble and jelly much. from Ormond, on board Mr Mr. and Mr. K. B. Twining, who have nuns ninny
him .
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown president of daughter and Rev and Mrs. John A. very Freeman's launch. Mr. Freeman" own been spending the winter at their orange who are sorry to BOO leave.Mr. qt t

tit Bank of Bay Blsoayne, has been at Hughes and three ions, expect to start folly Old Uuole Josh" Is the title oi property at Ormond, where he and hli grove place at LaGrange, left here Wednesday J. Watkins Lee proprietor of the
Miami this week looking after his bank- on their trip to Connecticut next Tues a new advertising story that is running wife spend their winter The ahoy for their home In Philadelphia. Graham hotel, l'I&latkhal leased the

C IJg aDd other interests. day. They have secured reservations on In quite a number of paper throughout party are on a pleasure cruise dowi They have spent the winter very pleasantly Wllloughby hotel, Wllloughby\ Beach, '

-April Fool's Day passed off very the steamship Chattahoochie, of the FI0I'1<1a. It works In the names of thos Indian River, and will go AS fur a, Fort. : here and their many friend will Vft., and will open It about l'eayIOtb, for
Ocean bteairmhipllne. merchants who are willing\ to pay foi them This hotel I is beautifully
in Tltusville and as far as wean look for OU.0. the Hummer season.
quietly ; Pierce.Mr.
of It offered
this style advertising. was C. S. Beadle C. J:. and his talented situated\ near Norfolk V accommodates .
learn there were very few practicaljokes -Mis. G. M. Fletcher, the charming and t
this paper, but our space ls too crowded -Mrs. M. A. Sprague daughter, lime
wife Dr. Helen A. Beadle\ ol 150 and Mr will
played the unwary. and popular sister of Mr. Robert Murray, York and Mrs. guests
upon with district news to find room fur title poet Mis* ,Edna forge! of New ;
of the far-lamed Ponce de Leon Sault-St.-Mary, Mich., who have anotiel' spare no pain to have every attention
-Read the ad. of the Thomas cottage, hotel manager, St Augustine; has returned to the advertising story. ....1.ltlojfajor] and Mr. F. M. Taylor, of: Chappotln Robert ( and daughter Miss )Coyle,: Matter, ol given to the smallest. detail connected

Cocoa,, on our 4th page. This house above hotel after a delightful; trip down -Mrs. Charles B. Jefferson, daughter this place' during the past two or three Rochester Chnppotla N. Y. after a short slay at with each department. lIe will have. the
rill be open all the summer, and Mrs. the East Coast. Mrs. Fletcher was accompanied in-law of that famous) actor, !Mr. Joseph weeks, loft for home on Wednesday. Hotel Plaza, Kockledgo, on their return valuable. services Miss D Klngold aa

, Tboman, the proprietress,solicits a share by her friend, Miss Buck Jefferson who has been spending the They have> bought a lot on the rive from Nassau, Bahamas,,and Palm Bunch,, housekeeper who 1 I. lining the same position -
of your patronage. season very pleasantly at her winter residence front, which Is a bJ'alatlfulloca.toncom.! Cruiser lu at the Graham hotel.
-Mr. Leurs of Flushing L. I., -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins left at Hobe Hound was among Fitlay's manding as It does a grand view of the chartered the hou.u-boat the
here Tuesday for Charleston, H. C., to them command Captain Stearns, Mr. Lou Cohn, formerly chief olork athotel
northbound and Informed Indian River' We hope to see
River ( passengers
tho lies been of the Indian
a but
guest visit the Exposition, and expect to return Intention ?f sailing up to Tltusvllle, Itathbun Jacksonville; and St.
she to Ormond for hero winter
botel, Tltusville, all the winter left for home tomorrow or :Sunday. They us was going next owing to the strong north wind we have George hotel /at.:: Augustine, who has
bit northern home on Monday much accompanied by :Mis. G. T. Anthony a few weeks, on a visit to her mother -On another page will be found a had several den, thl* week, the cnplnlnth'Hiuht been managing tho East' Coast Itestnu-

benefltted In health by his sojourn here. were who was on her way to her homein and sister. The pink paper follows. notice of application for a charter to Incorporate I It bust to head for t the south, nnd rant West Palm Heiicli, since last May,

-Dr. liar wood huntington, of :New Washington On.; and Musters Rufii -1>1'. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins celebrated a OymhHiilitm and Library Assocliitliiii mall up Indian' Klver with a more. fuvora passed through Titusville, yesterday, onhi
Turk, after spending a week or so on and Richard Robblus who will spend the eighth anniversary of their wedding '' In Tltnsvllle the obji-ct belni ble wind. The above party. were at He- .I. way to Lake Worth to ship all his
\ at the :hemblet the physical and menia bid, 'Inn few Buys having great tn> where be liiisIfusod
hie orange !grove place at Lyratta, north the summer at Point C.isell N. C, on Monday olglit to Improve, a ago belongings JI\'kRonYIII"1
I Titunville.. has returned I home. Like with their! grandparents, Capt. and ;Mrs. cottage on Julia! xtreet. Only the Immediate training of the children of our town, bproviding sport hauling! In llsli. They haw bo nexpected the lloor formerly ?fie Elk quarters '
of their and few and library foi In Tltusvllle for some days the Belvedere I a (rent many more, he wanted to b.. in R. P. Paddlsun. members family a a gymnasium over opposite
Self York on Easter /Sunday.:: friends were prewent, and they were regaled heir line. All fathers of families, who but may not reach hero until next week postolTloe., It has private dining room
I -We are sorry to learn from the Or. ; with with all kinds of good things hive the welfare of their children al If the wind keeps blowing from the north. Mini sleeping npiirtmunts, and the male
, rr. and Mrs. B. W. Crane who have lando Record that Judge !Minor S. Jones Dining\ the evening cards Iota, bean hears, should lake an Interest In the Wednesday they were at Fort Pteroe. will be all cooked to order, Mr, Cohn

: been spen.ling; the winter In Tltusvllle, of the Circuit Couit, Is still suffering'with bug and other !games were Indulged In,, above commendable movement. has engaged Mr. Chas 1'll'ek.: \ second

Wt I, Tuesd ty, for various places northwards an accuto airection of the eyes, and a very pleasant evening was spent of florid Ostrlfth. term. chef of the Breakers, Palm\ Beacli, whose
I en route to their home at Middle- which renders night sittings( for the ac by all. The dining-room was profusely -Hlss Annie Chapman, HnybrookOunn. reputation n* a cook I la wall known. The
bery, Vt. Mr. Crane-who has killed commodtilon of visiting attorneys and decorated with large bouquets of beautiful ., who halt been visiting her cousin, Tourists returning north should not bedrooms will ha entirely refurnishedwith
quite a few alligators this season-says others very trying. The Judge does ndt roses and other flowers, which !gave Mrs. Win. M\ Brown of thin pliioo, for for a fall to visit the ostrich farm In Jackson new furniture, and everything wilt

they have had a pleasant time here and complain, however but patiently en- the surrounding the appearance of "a week or so, expects to leave, tit-day route, till, for they will them nee many thing be up-totlnte. Mr. John's brother, Mr.
hope to return to Tltusvllle on some future times these severe drafts upon his pow. thing of beauty and a joy for ever" H.. AUIllllliioo and other points Is en of. the of interest Five ostriches. were hatched Hlg. Colin will Its fUHOulated with him,
occasion. ersof endurance. KluslmmeeGazette. Duilng\ the evening Mr. and Mrs.A. J.. home bliss Chapman one at the farm on Monday, and number of and we bespeak fur them a share of the
We have often thought Judge Jones Sembler: ably assisted In receiving the belles of Kiybrook, whore she Is hone very people are already rushing to see these public patrnnagp See ad. on pug .!.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. V. and three She returned from Putin
Curry popular. :
than his share of
was doing much more guests. Dr. and Mrs. Rollins-who were handsome little chicks.CHURCH '
daughters, of !Manatee are expected to work, for he frequently works day and the recipients of several beautiful presents a few days ago, where she went wth: ------------ Messrs. Andvnott fc: Price, managers !
jrriveln Tltusvllle this afternoon on a night when In Tilusville. We donut be- -received hearty congratulation Mrs. Win. ]M. lirown. WIt AcknowledgtK : nf Hotel Ormontl, have been much giatl-
raw days' visit to Mrs. Curry' brothers, lieve; he even gets paid for all this extra and gnod wishes for a continuance pleasant call from Mlsn Chapman, accompanied NOTICES. fled 1 st I the excellent touilst season that
(8OIIra.) A, K. and Wilson. From many by )11'.. Brown
Harry night work. of blissful felicity. Among those present they have hml. Between yachting,
Here they will go to Little River, where Barton were: Dr. and Mrs. Kolllns Mr. andHrs. -You rig Briithers Klectrlo Theatre" arrived Services at the Methodist church next sailing, swimming, gollliiff: hung\ \ poop I'
they expect to make their future home. -Mr. and Mrs. C. Vanderbilt Palm Beach who, Sam: bier, Mrs. Wright, l\lra. C. L.Branuitig In I'itasvilleonTuedpefretnoon. Sunday II s. m., and 1:10::l< p. m. Sun liutlU-bonrd dancing, muslcalc, osnlpurtlH
Besides being ticket, express and freight former residents at theOrmond : Mrs Tyson, Mrs. W.a.: Uian- pitched their black. tent upon tho Lund day school at U p. m. *, amateur theatrical, eto", the
Sent, at Manatee for the Plant and 8. have been spending! a week or so of Hairl Ormond havehsd
Bessie Hall Miss Emma for business In the many guesl
Miss opened hold
A. L. nnd hotel Ormond, where they went nine property, Archdeacon II F. Brawn sonvices
'teamboat lines Mr. Curry fora
for oomplalnt want
and Colonel W. G Wlnaus It Is stereoptlcon entertainment no cause
Wright; evening. a Gabriel' alitiroli, Tltusvllle
were amongMonday's In Ht
lime ,
to act as local editor on the Manatee after leivlng the Breaker, Chas<<: II. Wnlton W. 8.Brau'ilng nhowluir bat of amusements this st-nson. Itvslden, g I
the moving
River northbound passengers, en C. I.. Bianning, picture next Humfay, both morning and evening.,
Journal's staff. short visit. and John Tysen. The proprietor ties of the late wars, Galveston flood,, there are those delightful trip up the r
route to Kockledxe on a Rev J. A.:Hughe will preach his lat Tomuka whloli are being made almost
HOUSE with funeral electrocution
AND LOT FOR SALE In South:: New Orleans of this paper was presented one President McKlnley's
went to
From there they of Mrs. : Pails noreltlos etc. common In Tltusvllle, at''ih* Presbyterianchurch dally. No more delightful party hiss
Tittisville for 30.00.. Apply to 1C. L. Colorado for a of the large bouquets roses by of C.'colgosh, ,
Motlow Tltusvllle. Fla. and Coloiadu :Springs, for Saratoga Kolllns, and It was. much admired by The show remained here two nlil& >t' anda nextMuuday evening at 7S I(> p m. gone up tbe'rom/ka limn that of Friday
month or two before leaving Invltvd. etunday School the Ormond at OfllO: ,
not visit the many: callers. at this office. free exhibition was give outside the All are cordial y last reaving a m
for the summer. They may tent each eveningThe entertainment at 11:4 a. m.AMONG. the members of the Hotel Men' Association
Bean Grates I the E.lllt Coast next winter, as they expect was a good one and wit much appreciated their wives, ulsters cousin andannta i
to India via the Suez: Canal. CJardner'a Flyers. Cabin short time
to go reached 'lie a
those who attended. THE HOTELS.
A carload juat-received:;:; ; by the Bond Mr, and Mrs. Barton spoke In blgb by aft.r"ardwbBre" lunch was

lumber Company, Tltusville, Fla. terms of the Hotel Ormond and Its grol- Guitar, Banjo, Violin harmonicas TO RENT-Two fish houses on dock al served. 'ri., weather wa lovely and
al managers, and said their "visit nod Apron Ginghams .M cts. Fort Pierce. Enquire of P. I'. Cobb. The St. Augustine! hotel have been doIng those who went said the trip was a grand

that of Mrs. Barton's mother and Bister, Another lot 'I'oll..t I Heap,It for I 10 etc a fine tourist business of late. success from beginning to en.'.
Empty Sugar and lllce Barrels. Cluett and AIlss Cluett, of Troy, Croklnule Boards ,00( cts.
Mrs. '
clerk at :
'luelr (icing to Iliilld f Mr. John W. Simpson, night George C Howe, of New York, formerly .
pleasant one. 10-piere To I let Hets( .*:I and $1.2S.: : :
a very
Y. was
S .
Add-; the Breakers wa a passenger on yesterday's .
For sale. : Coist friends were .- of llotcllnokinghamSt Augustine
old-time East U-pie: ,.. .7 > lio *.1roO.C. .
Tltusvllle Ormond. I'
many Write Bond Lumber Co., train, en route to but now the manager of tbe Hotel
WALTER A. again. ,
MOORE pleased to see them here / A. GAIID.NKK, Tltusvllle, Fla.: material.
8 C. fur lowest estimate on jour under the Kensington, Fifth avenue New Yerk,
George St., Charleston, S.:: The Netlierbr, Eden, management :
Hecslt of Mrs. r(. A. Curtis h** dune' ho* brought cult against Ex-Councilmao <<
flees! Tax Notice. Two Flue Lots.) Fur Hale an excellent tourist business this winter. Frank Larkin and I). Wayland Larkin,
Launch for Sale Cheap. with of Westerly, K. L, and Mrs. Frank
Twelve colonies( of Italian Bees Taxpayers of Tltusvllle take notice Indian Manager Robt. Murray announce that Aldrloh, of Providence, n. I., for tlam-
Launch 28 feet long; 6 feet 6 Inches all Implements necessary to start anapiary that the tax books of the Town of Tltusville Two flue miles 10-acre( couth lots of Fort lying I'lerce on on a Hotel Ponce de (.eon will remain open ages In the sum 'of '::43,1"(1.( 'I'be milt I*

)ism; equipped with U h. p. double cyll for ale, cheap>>. by will close on the let of May, 1002.lienk Riveri shell road. Each lot has 3 IOdel' J. MIcNDF.L, will\ be every day until theabove /good month In the
Globe Gasoline Engine dynamo Tltusvllle Fla. open river frontage flluh bin IT,covered with most delightful year. District of Rhode) Island It I Ie stated
E. MlasJIL
dale. R.
tc everything: complete and 1 la good Tax Collector.. palm and hardwood timber. Good for Mr. P. B. Haurez, chief clerk of the that: In November HKX, George C. Hnwe

unclog,, order Address EnlployuiettYauted.' :2t oranges, grapefruit, tangerines: and pine'. New Kockledge hotel, Ibwkledge, was a leaned the Larkln' House, at Watch Hill,
f, W. 11. llARIUS apples. No better location on the river passenger on yesterday's northboundtrain of Daniel Lsrkinfather of the three t

Tlbbsls, Flo. I I white -woman wants employ. Wild Animal and Illrdx Wanted. at any price. 'I.OTO.rX) ) for each lot. on his way to Saratoga, X, Y., for defendant In this suit. During the season
Settled cooking and C. T. McCAnrr, the summer. of 1IK>1 the hostelry made a moat
ment In private family, successful showing, no much so that two i :
House for 'Sale. East Wanted-Wild Cats Bears Monkeys, Ankona, Fla. 'Xt
Country of
housework no washing. Mr. JnMph P. Greaves, manager the ,
Otters, Pelicans, Florida () er. HandbillCranes ) syndicate were formed, soon
A Coast preferred. Apply Wild Hotel Alcazar, will\ keep his homelike death of the elder Larkin, for the ex presspurpose
Eagles Alligators Turkeys
; ,
-. ;'OO 7-roomed house with sec : : Male] at a Ilargaln. of It
,', situated BBCK'S )o; SttJacksonville., Hawks, Iltrons Owls, Turtlea and IUU For hostelry open until the hat May, a* of purchasing the property.But .
i. .1'uarteis' most beautifully 11 Laura Is generally the best of weather In Florida Frank Larkin thought otherwise,
the terraced bank of the Indian Klver. tlesnakes. Address All of block 27, In the town of Titus-
.argv I'roIlDd.! 1200. Apply or ad- TilE FLORIDA OiTRicic PARK, Fla.. located between the F. R V. during April. and the property wa Ivsved. Decently I
vllle ,
ire*. VILLA," ADVOOATB Office. Protect Your Fruit Trees. ISapl Jacksonville, Fla.Itockletlffe Railway, depot and Ice Factory; price The Continental hotel, Atlantic Beach the ADVOCATE and other papers announced < k
to Florida' b Mr.[
after a trip ,
It door for the sewn on Tuesday. .
Fla. worth opened *
TitnsTille, Co. I7UO.OQ. Building on same are l lfor leased 4
bad been
McFarlaodTFruit Protection The Continental hotel I I. one of Larkln, that the house
700 cent off regular Indian Itlver. the money. south A.lastleosist. five by Arthur L. Marsh of 4Itockledge
Cottage: and Lot For Sale. tnw, all Immediate/ellv.ry per ; made bywelUknown Also 80 acre cf Pine Land, | of a milt I the finest' resort. Manager on II. W, Merrill I Fla. }fl'. Howe claim that
prices; Ha one of the most attractive and best south of Woodley station. F. E. C. Ry.runsacross .
of waterildewprooflng of here baa been a breach of covenant contained
full force :
McFarland process ius.1A.Vacant hand with a ,
1 (tta e aDd lot River front stocked store along the East Coast ol went part. Price, on
on Indian ; hoop.. condition to in the lease msde by tbe late
hotel I In splendid
;tWeen )[. prootIng ..nd Florida. Yon can find everything town loU, with cottages: al, and the? *
the residence of Major F. furnl.hcod with each I you of that will Daniel F Larkin, Inasmuch a* he I I. entitled
the stream guest
r'ylor the stakes and lamp seed at this store All kinds of fine Fort Pierce, the fastest-growing town OB receive
hder: and S. F. Gray known a8 ready to erect. The only abJlo. ; groceries probably throng It* halls. Manager Merrill : to .a renewal of the original lease,
place.; Price $700; terms halt tent' all to an orange: tree against' and western meats. Indian Klver. arrived at the Continental tbe first of wbleb wa for six month, for five year
::ash, balance oo mortgage at 8 per cent. lute protection No more to be had at these particular attention paid to the needs Call, or addressA. the week, aDd sine then has been supervising dating from November 1, 1WH! If be aadelro
Apply freeze. I'I'price. and cruising parties. C. DrtTMAB,
/ or write toGEO. a of yachtsmen the arrangement for the opening. *, and h* so desire
Address, Fla.
J1a. GEO. X. HATCH'Prop. Fort Pierce
Tltnstllle, Fla.

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pectlntr lu Lied It Hie reflection or out- Illy
G Bide sunslilnc. It was but phosphorus. I ASPHALT GRAVEL
I rubbed my bands upon It and markedmy IIIIe 118 .Aiwa'. 1s 00011 11.0. when I

1 progress for the next few rode: eft last Fllrm. \

Suddenly I pitched headlong again In. "The alligator/ is la> (funny beast,"

to a pit of thick liquid. As It cloned 'aid the old circus mnn. "Tbe old fellow ekes 6hort roads, GUARANTEED, : FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25 TEARS!
over me I was almost suffocated with we bnve In the menagerIe is a

fittnes! of sulphur. I straggled desperately cross tempered chap. 'Often at feedIng |W1T1I NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REP A I n-
clutching at the 'battling edges lime be won't open his mouth and AXL1nd .

0VOCAT of tho .lava. At last breathlesa. I Wlf tickle,ttta top of bill nose An alli

pulled myself out. Aftar-a long rent 1 gator's nose Is very sensitive, and It

b crawled'on."Suddenly. ,always makes: hIm very mad. lie light Joads.hrI1ILASLI. The Carder-Campbell Compan]
I beheld several pairs *fIea throws buck his upper Jaw like a ccl

\; wing ,eyes fixed upon me. Shrill mar door on lilngon. Then we throw In

iQueaks revealed the Identity of their a chunk of tioef. five pounds or so. and ; Street":
Shack No. 1, Foot of Main JACKSONVILLE
After Fi
I owners. They were ruts. momentary repeat the performance until we'\e Oil A

hesitation tho long rodent ed him .in> with about twentv.: \'e (Southern foi:
-- Selling Agents
'I) rushed at 019. Many ran across my pounds which it takes to give him a 'ood for everything ,

'; back and legs. One's cold feet touched square meal. that WARREN'S ANCHOR DRAND- nd AVARBEN'S CRESCENT
JJ I runs on wheels. BRAND i ,
my hands. Only tho stench of the sulphur "lie's never cross when bo's fly catch i iROOFING. ii i. t

'.Il I : F saved: me from 'horrible' death ing. That Always puts him In good liuuior. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National
fur the .irate could. not stand 1L"I 'One would think A By a small I :.Sold Ev*rywh.M.Jlfad t )t' ,t

,., 1'J' Idt sure tbey were near the surface tidbit for 'an alligator, but they eat *by NTANDARDD5LCO. ,Works Structural and Technical Paints.

-otJ at tho jrrourtd. They gave way them wlrole o Ie. Our 'old alligator la ... DBR'ONDE'S "LTTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
for me but their numbers Increased a<> catcher lie throws back
an expert
Beset LCi.1'GrfiblcL rapidly that I became greatly alarmed. -- .
itfi 1 his upper Jaw and goes to sleep appar -- ---- -- --
I '> xaill I Imagined thorn eating oI')11t my ycs. Women Well Men
y.j ently. The flips light -on hIs under as as ,

ift The Bowels "ItonndlnK .a curve. I noticed theta Jaw. and lie waits until it U pretty HANSTE :BROSI
ill R xts InCrater Of scatter and wondered what was next.A well covered with flies-until Its red Are Made Miserable by I .
growl'Informed and .a violent
j me to black.
color seems about changed
ExtinctVolcixno ronnnolloii just ahead revealed a big Kidney Trouble. -
.ff. ( 'ill \ Then suddenly he slums down his up. Wholesal

; + member of the cat family.; It angrily per Jaw and lIe has a fine mouthful of Wm. J. Lamp

scrambled 'n head."Encouraged of tiles. Alligators would make excel. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages -
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y 1 Groping for six days In the crater oran by a faint glimmer ol
''h extinct volcano in complete dark- children except that they are and Cheerfulness soon "
daylight. I pushed on. When 1 saw :Are no I .
i Louis Beer. Keg Trade
Bean and besieged by countless hordes the list tri-uk of daylight -It seemed expensive, as they consume! such a vast tt ;: disappear-when ld- JOur

t of rats wn the awful experience like the smile' of an angel. I rubbed J quantity of beef.".-Houston Poet '.or neys diseased.are rout of order Specialty., !: Eo

? Joseph Burlchain[ Minneapolis: Inin- ahead Into the light and fell senseless Kidney trouble has r a a
When I came to and straightened up; Good Fur' nhcu Rtfifm.I.asttan become
4 ber dealer, who bat been recuperating 'II so prevalentthat
his health in Arizona there was a wildcat sitting opposite I: was taken with a very severe It Is notuncommon :L24.6 t'c 1250 west; .A.daxn.s StxooFor
me In the ttunltyht(/ Behind was q attack of muscular rheumatism which (for a child tto! be born
I4' The scene' of !Mr. Burkbam's .ndven. reotlens' army of rats squeaking nail") caused me great pain and annoyance. a afflicted wIth weak kld- J'.E1C7I: :.N""VJLLE: : F-L.A.: .

ture Is just Mouth of the Navajo Indian hashing tails. The watchful cnt kepi After trying several prescriptions and neys. If the child urln-

teservatlon' near Jho Zunl river. lie them. from Evidently bf ibeumatio cures, I decided to one Cham ates too often. If the

tells the story: considered, away\ bin. sole me.prvy. berlain's' Pale Balm, which I had seenddvertised reaches urine the flesh or If, when the child ........0..0............
In the South Jerseyman. After an age when It should be able to
F "I had a guide the flrst few days. "Ten feet wavedIn .
above mo dry grass two applications of this Remedy I was j control the passage It Is yet afflicted with
I' Then I began to go it ulone. It's a won. the l breeze of the outer world. Th much better, and after using one bottle bed-wetlinc.. depend upon it. the cause: of $ .

: derful country that Arizona! but I've cat and I scanned each other closely was completely cured.-tiallie Harris, the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first 3 20-1..0.4 Full Quarts f

f bad enough of It to lust me forever. II Evidently' he was wondering whetherI Salem, N. J. For sale by alt druggistsand step should be towards the treatment of

wno weak; enough to be easily COD medicIne dealers.At. these important organs. This unpleasant: OP THE: CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD

1// '. #' r ,." ._ qucred. I felt like one from the trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the-

Fare; but throwing np my hando. 1 .' SI23.OOO Worth of Liver.ArecUf kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people Calhoun Pure
yelled with nil nay strenjjth and rushedat tho Diary poker stories afloat Women as suppose.well as men are made mis- E Rye Whiskey

htm. lie fled, and I scrambled uji' a good one Is told concerning Dutch erable with kidney and bladder trouble,

3 the steep! lava bank to the surface ol Hank, a well known player of. Rochester and both need 1he same great remedy. Waihip In Plain Packages, no marks to Indicate contents which will
sd s/ the earth once more. I had come out N. Y. Hank went Into Daly's The mild and the Immediate effect of avoid all comment.. When you irot it and teat It, If it la not latiafnatory.return
It as our expense and $.L will be che..rlullYI'81undo". Thuswhikeyis
of another entrance to the ancient vol, place. In New York city, one day and Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It, Is sold ai Rood as any.5,oo) gooda In the market. We are close. at band and can vivo
cAno.1 sat In a game, winning $2 .OOO with by druggists in fifty- ".. you quicker delivery. than distant bonne We have been doing bovine In
this city and at the stand for :HO and
name to
cent and dolllU'sizes. year aa our reapoualbllliy
very little trouble. Then be rose togo one ff t mutt rfputoilou for houeat dealing refer to bank
we merchant here
... 9 you am or
thinking It was time to stop. Daly You may have a f 't7illIMl.{ a p.eiw f or to the editor of this paper.
"A neighbor; ran In with a bottle of sample bottle by mall 9
d shook bands with'him and asked him
? Chimlerlaln's Colic Cholera and Dlarrlieou free alto pamphlet: toll- Home of s..........._.. SOLOMON & LEVI,
IIIr Remedy when my son was sufferIng -- what was his hurry. Hank salt be Ing all about It. Including many of the 9 I928-I93O First Ave.. P. O. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala.
with severe and wan given would have to >go to a Dutch restaurant thousands of
cramps / up testimonial: letters received
9. KTOTM'K-We pay express charges to all points rearhed by the "Sonthnrn Exnrws
a8 beyond hope by my regular physician, be knew where they always cooked from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer .. Company,"'' hut to palnbi. <>n linos of other wxpreBKcoiuiwuIwi we prepay only to point
who stands high la his profession. After liver In a way that be particularly & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., ba sure and ... O.O.D where,Southern"frice lim 101"for otber"* Omtipuny gooclu on tritimfara W naUl ben other writing oorapHnr.pluses mention We cannot Uil paper.ship

administering! three doses of It, rav.son liked mention this paper. t W

/ regained; coosoiounneiinami recovered en- "Oh. If that's all" said Daly. "Just
I Ili-ely within hours ...eeOG.-
twenty-four says
stay here. We can serve the liver just
If 1iMJ Mr,. nary Hailer, of Mt. Crawford Va. --. --
ail ailF This remedy Is for sale by all druggists that way" and you can go right on HEAD ACHE '--

j .# I mutt medicine dealers. playing.Dutch Hank bad left some friends CH.A.B:: :: .B XTT:: :h4: cSc O o _

outside waiting, but he said be would "Both wife and bare '
Common Sense .. L.UTT. mr myself been 17. IUD W. Hay tit., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
stay and eat the liver lIe silt down Mine CASCAKKTS: and they are the ben
When we are told that every law medicine we have. ever bad. In the houna. Lax
and ate and played. Ills $25.000:>> soon week my wife wee frantic
must be enforced to the letter though I '"od.,.. .ho tried aomeof pourCASCAItETS
went back to Daly In n turn of luck. i ,
the heavens full It has n brave Bound and they relieved the pain In her head almost
Hank went out without II cent. Immediately. We both recommend CMoarets."
but n 'wine regard' for the public good
"What kept you so long/ ? his friends 1LQE5SPREPAID
dtnnnnilM that the laws be no executed demanded Flttabunj Safe &Deposit Co., Pltuburj, P.

IL that the heaven may not fall. The
"Well you don't suppose a men run CANDY
maxim that "the extreme of the law
eat $2 .leta worth of liver In ti minute CATIiAgTIC EXPRESS
unity be the extreme of Injustice""minimum -
do you? WII" the ,retort of Hunk
jus suiimia Injur'.a": -Is of PREPAID
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tat/r -c venerable age anti bus hud the
Ceiuity and Strength 7/eeo .
of the best JUl'h'PI'IIJJlIl'e as well inl

an the bent sttiteKitiuimhli of many Are desirable. You are strong and vases Mesa stennae 1111 it'll VLbl ?9

centurloH. 1 It Is not mere "lIophI8try"1111 vigorous/ when your blood pure. Many
# -nay, most-wom..n, fall' to properly digest .
. Mouii'whnt hastily, I suppose( It has I 'I
their fond, and so become pale, sallow 64t5 --
sr been 'III1I'II-ullt It may well be quoted pleasant Palatable I Potent. Taste Goad IX ? FsMuV4I'I
-' thin and weak, while the brightness :
i In of Good, Never Blekun. Weaken,or Gripe too. ife.Wo.
support the application of simple
freshness and beauty of the skin and com ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
1 1 coinimm nciine to complicated and per. plexion, depart. Remedy thin unpleasant 1..1.. a..W, _,..,.CU....,.._...... r..11.... SIr X450 IDoz.DELIVERED J
Id anoiiNU TiutouaH D BINIC8S. ploxliiK exigencies. I think there is not evil by eating nourishing food, and fC wp .

1' rambled around lot. I liked It mIghty a government In the world, not even taking a small dose of Ilerblue after each 10.! Tu- Sol'wwl' 'Lt'nro'b lo all.drag. S I

; well until I found that old volcano the mast conscientious' that does not meal, (o digest: what you have eaten. Qt S FOR

1 Thnt Friday I wandered oil to It I win refrain from rigidly enforcing to the SOcts at D. K. Wilson A Son.S.erels r
fueling tine Wheu I got out, I could\ letter some laws standing ou Its statute of Comfort. FloridalIagazinc $ 1229

scarcely crnwl. i books either heciiu-te they are antiquated
Though sometimes small evils like
"After climbing around the crater toran or because such enforcement is .
Invisible' insects Inflict pain and a single
', hour or no I discovered on the Inside practically impossible or If beneficial Agents for the Palest Brewing Co.Don't .
hair stop, a vast machine yet
a hole loading down Into the enrtb. It would result In evils greater than those may --------- ---
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the chief secret of comfort lies In not ;
Is no bigger than tbe hepd of n barrel which those laws are to prevent or re

I Well I climbed down carefully for away. press.! -Curl Schura.Horse dently suffering cultivating trifles to vex an undergrowth one and In pru of An .){: \" [i 1 Take'Pitts They temporarily

Then I slipped. Then I slid a !cure constipation
1 t small pleasures since very few great
cllstunco, the
long ana struck my head Illustrated .- bv agitating:
i against a sharp ledge of lava. I don't $ense. ones alas are let on long leases., bowels, but regular action cannot: be'secured the liver

W i know how long 1 was senseless but I Monthly ::' secretes enough bile: to make the until.!

I think I lay there for hours. Finally I "Any fool can take a horse to water, Herblne.Cures :, execute their natural functions. .

t1 came to. The place was pitch dnrk. but It takes a wise man to make him Fever and Ague. A dose will usually\ ONE DOLLAR A YEAR /r' I ural agitatIon.caused by cathartics tK
"A* the wound Its drink" laYS the proverb. The horse continuance continual and Increasing doses to
passage course stop a rblll a always cures.
when drinkl I attain the
eats and results.
upward I realized that In that direr hungry when Mrs. Wm. 1>r. Mtroiid: Midlothian. Texas, Send for Sample Copy. n
tion Iny the way to the surface I thirsty. A man tots clock and drinks without by the May :31, 18IM) writes! "We have used compelSI
regard -
1 started with no particular fear at my to the needs of Herhlne In our family for eight years, Address O. D. ACKERLY
and found It the best medicine we have
predicament. Surely I could not hare nature. Because of on the
ever used for IIIR'rlppe. bilious fever and
falleii far and would soon reach day. careless eating and malaria.", Mot at D, K. Wilson A Son. Publisher, Jacksonville, FI""". r liver; cures Chills

light again. I climbed along the pas- drinking! "stomach e and Fever and every form ofMalarial
Is of
sago eagerly striking matches every one The Egyptian perfumes, according to
Bilious and Inter'
t.i tow commonest of dis 11, Ir'lorlc.t: : : 1 an.: Remitting
yards. I realized I
was eases. Sour and bitter ancient authorities' were mostly madeIn mitting Fevers and, by going to the seat of the
not Undlng the crater' GREAT DISCOVERY.Exhibited .
entrance :
a* belch- Egypt; from materials Imported from '
r risings trouble, works permanent
el soon as I ought to. # ings, unnatural ful Arabia "PI'Mh.lild central Africa. In presence. of Jndire Chi'lulls, Frna.ecntlnir .
"t i: 1 ".\. thrill of dread ran through me. Itopped. ness after eating, Attorney of the Criminal Court of '1,.. FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTtE

Thoughts of starvation dizziness headache, The fellow who keeps' grinding. Is al- ml letters(Conntv of'Test Via.Imon. and,lain, Jaoksonrllle of the Cures, of Fla.Consump 1,000

thirst", death flashed through my mind and many other iont sure to make the point. Lion Catarrh Asthma eto.. from nome of the II. WILSON SON
and the vIvId picture of lonely skeleton symptoms mark the mOAt prominent cltliens of the United AtateM. -- -- .
i Agents, both sexes,wanteil. 11 package i trial. --- ---
} on the nurd floor of an underground beginningand pro- Walks Without Crutches. p acltaitp, 3S: cent!. Addrcsa,

t ; tunnel kept appearing before the frreus of disease ot WILLIS R. YOUNQ, JACKSONVILFJC FLA IF YOU WANT A...
stomach. I wan much afflicted with sciatica, .
me. The low burning watch scorched
Dr. Pierce' Golden writes Ed. C.Nod, of lowavllle, fredg 'iek
my thumb and forefinger I dropped Medical Diitcov- Co., Kan., "going/ about on crutches and Photography Picture Frames

tl! hastily It was my last match and ery cures diseases of suffering a deal of pain. I was Inducedto and Moulding

I 1 before Its rod ember hud died out I the stomach and try liallard's Snow Liniment, which ...Building Lot

knew I must face. total darkness hence other organs of digestion relieved me I used three 50cent bottles ,
y1 forth. .. and nutri- It Is the greatest liniment I ever used ; Portrait Landscape and Marine Photographs

I jl "As the tiny ember slowed: and its tion. It cures have recommended It to a number of / Portrait In all the Intent' stylos. or a.lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY

fiery color faded I felt n sickening _l / through the stomach persons, all express themselves as being Old pictures copied and enlarged/ to any ,
sense of horror Then I diseases of other benetltted by it. I now walk .without Size and finished in any style desired. LAXD FOR AX ORANGE OROTTE,
sprang organs which have crutches perform a great deal of Florida views for sale Work finished
1 i llko a crazy man up tho passage their origin In a diseased light labor on the farm." bole, 50cts) for amateurs at trade prices' PINKAPl'LE' rLANTATICB' or TRUCK GARDEN;

My head struck a projection. 1 tell condition of anti $1 at It. Ii. Wilson A: Son's. F. M. TAYLOR.Tltusvllle 'We have
t' Smarting with pain, 1 jumped up and T- i the stomach, a n dallied ----- Fla. probably for sale- uat what you are seeking

ran on only to be knocked down again organs! of digestion and nutrition.It .
1' In a moment. strengthens the stomach purifies the Just Wtint They Think TIT-USVILLE'S TRAINS.The Settlers are Hocking In but still there Is room. If you are
; blood cures obstinate and heals We all of its profess to want every
1 "I crawled until I could go no far cough looking this way, drop a line to \
body to finnk with
weak hut when
,4'' lungs its
., ther. For hours I lay motionless *t taken somebody! llnrntenn to toll what following are the times of arrival JAS.
t Then I wax Grippe which remitted In in just : \ E. INGRAHAM SnlVice-Pre.ident.
struggled on until exhaustion heart and ntnmach hl trounl .<* wrttea Mr. T. R. he thinks of n. we know and departure of passenger trains to and ,
? it agaIn overcame my strength.: 1 lost Caiulill.I Mmitlnntl, JUImthaney Co, N. C. "Iwaa Inntlnctlvtlytlult from TltasTllle:
4I consciouMnCHS at times and regainedmy ninth! tit do anything a mod part of the It In something" : not at nil compllinentnry. FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T
time I wrote to Dr Vlercc about condition otrTimoran.
my -Romon TinnneIntThla ,
1 senses ouly to find myself still lost having lull oinAd.uc. In hi* mrdu.ine He ad- 2:1I1' a.m. ] ST. .
,. \ .
Lee .TUuiTllI for Miami anal .ml AUGUSTINE.TFLAJOE
and hvlplCHs.'Onco iiwd m In tnlce hi* Golden Medical Discovery,' IJTp: .
which I dkl Refer I had flninhed the Second intermediate points at 1 2-47 p.m. -
I came upon a luminous wall. bottle I began to feel. better. I have niml nearly V. AAlpw.VOBTKBOUXD. : .
Overjoyed nix battl.... I eel thankful to Ood for the benefit $ .
I scrambled
toward It and
t X have received from Pr, Hterce'a" Golden Med s:1Sa.m.! JRINTINC
r'I plunged over a ledge. Wltb'awtul ical iJitMoverjr I can highly recommend It to Lear.Tltnnllle for.IwksonTllle I a:mt
I force I struck the wall glistening In all ""non. aa a |>ood and safe medicine.1 signature la on even bow of the ga.liM Intermediate point at { t.M p.m

mockery above me. Dr. rierce's rleauiut 'Pellet keep the Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tableta TlrniTllla for Baafonl 5t3, p.m. OF ALL KINDS
[1 1t "J roughed_It jafew!! minutes later.%ex. bowels healthy. Uie remedy th.t'ram a cold l. dm7 ArrlTM TlnuTllle front Sanford t aa p.m ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.




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ptessional;;; Cards. Notice for Publication

POSSIBILITIES! OF THE Pasm Sr Tm. WELL BROKEN HORSES. W\J1'\ stray the sweetest disposition and

OLD transform the most even tempered lovable
BOBBINS I Jndli-lal lie !silent! Man Generally n... the into
B M. Circuit of rinrkls HrovarU Cmm. Chap Mall Paclllilrs On.or the Chief Fatten nature a crOlls.grained'ami
ty. In i huticory. A. U. 111112. In Our Prosperity and Progress, Moat MikniiAeiiltl AuliimlH.ITna irritable i IIlIi\'idua I.

GT1'OR EY AND COUNSELOR Prank K. Heath any one ever noticed that n silent If impatience or fault-finding-

ATLAW.B executors Klirluk K.of HoHMtcr.the all'll Common is the commonplace. The man hns usually the boat broken SOREmonths evr excusable it is when the body is

State and United States John Huuth. lIece". most valuable of civil benefits ii, swch aconimonphwe horses? It may not be true but all the tortured by nne"tinjtan<1 painful sore.

fill puce In ,. vs Bill to ForecliMiean matter, that we scarcely wen of my acquaintance who do nut 16 is truly Court. Jniuiph I Bn of>wn tho as ailmlnlstrntor e.- Mortgage give it a thought.! It would" take a winter talk much bnvo'ell broken hornos of diligent natal faithful use of external! remedies that the? place

at TITUSYIM.. FLA. tateufJullaC'ellen, on a whaler nipped in an ice floe to remains
Office Dive with tlrom and you will \vomlcr as
ileiienrail et al. make ns of the worth
truly appreciable
To Frank of the wonderful how they nmimgo their hoist NontamiKFiiient matter on what part 9! the body it comes, is tint evidence of some previous
'- ; w"'le"n' v ;M Welles postal service. What a '
t.: GAULDEN Frank e. % Iritlnln A. \Volliu, irsee'A.: thing it is I Wonderful in its organization Is visible.> Tlip hi:rm> gw constitutional or! organic trouble, and that the dregs of these diseases

East Welles.: Lnrtte, Nw W'II"o and fc11CailttMK: of with its vast machinery for the where he Is wanted without apparent\ remain in tlu systum: ; or, it may be that some long hidden poison--perhaps

if* ATTORNEY AT-LAW. !,, iiila Company Orange acuriioratiimof Jersey,; and New the Jerai-v Natlllu..I'U", huv collection and distribution of letters, its effort on the part of the driver. One Cancer,--has. com ti> the surface and begun destructive. work.

log nil. often 'at No, 20 Morris street Jernvy City railway mail cars, its route riders the famous turfumn nt least bus boon not The blo...l' must be purified before the sore will fill up with health; flesh
all the Courts of the State i'.J.Ie unfailing order and of its and the skin its natural color It is
y6Pn0tlcell1 pearliiirhv\ the aflliluvlt of the precision ed for his art In driving horse to the regains
I _WI cia.and rue United 8tateS Courts. antsauornaylimit l with the bill lu the complain above methods. Wonderful it is too in its result limit of his speed without: milking n through circulation: that the acrid, corriDtling
TrruaviLLE. FLA. : (muse that in the lipllaf of tho *. It knits together families widely
i r.o Bos.23 >mi result witliiiiu. the !State of tiuriila nrtlunt. ,each and or lit move while his rivals were'lifting and fluids orecarried to the sore or ulcer and keep it

--- the address given above| anil, that Flank C. yelling and whipping theirs. How dltl irritated: iml inflamed. S. S. S. will purity and

l ]. WEBB LueettelVellesanti Well,", Vlriclnla A. Kiiitenln Wallet' gate Welles, A. Welles iiiulf. he do It? Don't know but ho was a invigorate stagnant blood when sediment or

p alll' that Frank M Welles soil Mrs are Frank M man of few words. other hurtful material. are washed out. fresh rich blood is curried to the

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Welles age, eto., his wife are over twenty-one years or Probably there Is a lesson la thin. diseased! parts new tissues form",, and the decaying.t flesh begins to. have a

In the r 7th It is therefore; onlnrnil that you, anti esrh ot The iiArrnge horse iimlerMtiuuls only n healthy and natural loolc ; the discharge ceases: and the sore teals
Will|] practice for nonthe- you, appeartttthe1.111ofeoniplalnttlled, in the 0M 1 few things thoroughly only a low S. S. S. is the only blood purlf3etTears -
Irtrenlt paid above Severs wlta had
Taxes cause at the Olurk's otlloe In this oonrt III ago my a a.*
I ;rents and aooounts collected.nyUsVILLE Tltnsvlllu, Florida, upon the Htli day oC April words uljjrim or commands. The silent were sore leg and was treated: by the guaranteed entirely vege..
1000l. man gives only a few and he does not best phrstolana but aoalvad nobanaflt. tut lc. It builds up. tile blood ands
FLORIDA. This Order will be publlHlmil In the EAST '
Our druggist advised hr tOohy 8. 8.
COAST A DVOCATK with as little ilulay as .iu.> be. / confuse his horse. The home Is made which she diet. the. general: ffs.'h.s:
once a wees- for four coiiHeoutlve weeks, anil a to know them thoroughly. He understands her sad she has &ttiZff& ..ri5ff IC I he .1 oes.
the door of the Court Houseof
i D. PENNEY IlrevarruItetnty. and a copy mailed to each of the man who understands him. J. B. HAROLD 83 Canal St.. a sore of any kind*write us and get

A. the above
ATTORNET-AT-LA.W almvu Hone, within and ordared'at twenty days the from Clerk's this Oflluo tints at TI- separated. It carries across: the sea understands. Few pleasures In life can skilled physicians for which no charge fit made Hook ore Blood and SkitV

J.llle. Florida this l-'tll day of March, A. l>. some tender lover's message or perhapsa equal It If the horse Is a good cheerful Diseases free. THE Wirr SPKCiriC CO.. JktXa>At.... Oawt

''m1sVLLE.. FLORIDA. ) little flower picked from the daisied driver. There would be more of .__ .._ _... __u __ .. '_ __ ______----'
grave an English churchyard. Every .
]fill practice In all the courts of the 7th Kapl(t. s.] By O. A. Stewart Clerk.D. c. hour of every day the mail bag in packed! this kind It they were made to know ioccidental
Peninsular Go.
Judicial Circuit with words which waken love and laugh few things/ thoroughly-the right Steamship .

ter and words which deepen the furrowin things.-National St ckulao.
Notice of Application for Tax the cheek and dim the failing sight United Btatsu Vast Mall Roma ton

But with all this there is going' oa A VALUABLK MKIMCINKFor l'rop.-.l talllncs In eI ffwit tn ilaMs ........... Subject tn change sail postpunnmant" wlthimt notice>
Under 800. 8, of Chap 4MX, Laws of Florida.NOTICE .
jjE through the mail service a dissemination Couch* and Cold In Children."I MIAMI-HAVANA LINK. Comnrencng.Ien"sry i, Ilintl,-H. 8. Miami.
U, ESTATE AND INSURANCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN of human knowledge, a reaching Lv Miami. Buns.. Wmla" .. .....II fin p. in. I l.v.. Hsnna.:Toes.. Crls. . .,129)moon.: : )
Aicent purchaser" of Tax Cerlaeate human which is of the have not the ghtest hesitancy In 'r.H..u..MItI\'rllun. ... .... sm |'. tu. | Ar. Mtnuil, V..ns, B.ts. .. ..... O.uia.' m.I '
Loans Notary Publlo. out of help one
Nuts.'I'llll7U11., dated the uth day of July) re imimendlng Chamberlain's Cough
A. D. lass: has tiled aid certificates In my once crowning blessings of our century. The I I I'OUT T" II.AKK'WK8TIIA VAN A. LINK lo.nmenolnit 5, IIM J-,.... B. OllvntU. tMsscott.
| Collection, Typewriting Stenography and has made application for tax deeds to issue correspondence schools led by Chautau Remedy to all who" are suffering from I,v. Port Tsni|>.. THtM.. ..Kris., lAnna."' 5:55:: .. Havana.'Ww|., ''''Hats U....... .... 1:00:: p m- '
In accordance with law. Said 1 lartitloatns: mil and coughs/ or colds, says Chas. M. Cramor.a 'r, Ke. w".', *Tu.... *rns tHiuu ....II>.a'I'| K-JF W".t, 'Weils, Hats. tMnns,,. 4.v.
TrrUSVILLE -. FLA.'VADE braces the following ilesrrlhed property. slcnatei qua are sending to every village well known watch maker of Colombo t. .. Key West.are.s. *rrls, 4HuiM....IJin: II'10./1./ H.? West Weds, '''*'''.. tMons. 10iMii.iu.r. : .
In Hrevsrilconntv, Florida tit wit I' All of Section hamlet the broader knowledge which is Ceylon. "It has been some two years \ Havana,>Weds,Sals, .Meas, .. .. C. tOO a. tort Tawpa wrhure 'Suns, ITuua. S.Jto: p. ni.
"S and all of -ctlon 34 In 'ibwnshl p 31, South of so eagerly/ craved by many who are shut
since tbe City Dispensary tint called MIAMI XA88AIT S. 1'rlnns Kilvsnl.
1.ISE-C..naua.DclnIJan..y C,111M-
H. JONES, Range JK East containing: IO at'rss.'HiH in the duties of humble my I I
;: Haiti land being iiHs nsed at the date of the to homely a attention to tbl" valuable medicine and i I.vt: )t' MOIIS. Thlirs .. _? .. .,U rile. p.m. I Lr., Nassau, \V..iln..silsya. RRtn"ay..IUOO: ) a. m.
lusuanre of such:: rertlHcate in the name of Flor life. Without the mail system this planof have repeatedly) used It and It has always 'r. Nassau,Tnmilays, Frlilajrs....., .. S'OUnni. I f Ar. MIsiul.Thiirsiisjs, MUUlIII,.. ,. .
Ida Southern Uy. Company. tiileaesaid' cenllt- education would be impracticable. Vvhrasvy 8, UNVJ
HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE cate shall e redeemed acoorillnir to ,aw, tax Every mail carries from the great been benenolai. It has cured me I[,v. Ml mil., Minis, Wuils' Kris' .. .. II::IMII'| m. 11. Nassau, Tnos. Tltu... S..t.. .. ..8:00:
deed will Issue, thereon on the l.Hll day of April top quickly of all chest oolds. It Is especially Ar.N..nsuTuwThursSae.Si5)I.ill.. [ ..
Loans and Collections. A. i>. 1110:4.Wltneas: centers the advice of great physicians, effective! for children and seldom iiuliiit April I !I,11101.
my ottlvlal slicnsttirn and seal thlf the which it would be ''impossible for the takes mote than one bottle to cure them Lv. Miami April II, AI'rllla. April llt.ixl vin.l T, N.......... Aprllll Al'rlllll. April! ..8oo |>HUir.Nsssnu "
TITUSviLI.E FLORIDA.r 11th day. of M.iroli, A. U. Mtl. distant public to obtain were it not for of hoarseness. I have persuaded April U: Al'rlllll, April :M lltui a. u.I\1| Ar. M IlInl, "1-roI13. April Wi, April hi, II d OOa.wu
[I. a.] A. A. 8TKWART many
Clurk Circuit Court Hn"aril Clo., KlaHy the mails. Few people realize how to try this medicine and they are all a* MIAMI-KEY: : WEST LITtR-C'oinniwnvtnV; Imnsnilwr 111, IWll-H.. ('It, of K'y West,

O. A. Stewart U. c.Admhllstraton' many thousand people depend on the well pleased as myself over the results" t..... Miami Mona, Weds. Pals., ..., ', ,.11 Lit |p. .'. I l.v.. Key Wa t, Tu".. Tlnirs., "Bats. 'Saopm.Ir. .
EO. A. WORLEY mail service for medical treatment. Not For sale by all druggists; and medloloo Ksv Wut,Tu...., Thnrs, H U. ,. .. glstp.Hi.: | AI'. 1111..1. Weils, Kris, Huns, . I UCI ..11\,
Notice. long I ago when some postal affairs were dealers. Above hung bared on with MnrMlan Htanilsril Tlui,except! that shown for Nusssu lixial, urNassau
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW being discussed: in connection with the tlina.
'1'his' alirincstfls previous. m>tl"f>. CHARLES I.. MYRRH: Manager.
| General practice in .State dad Federal erection of the new postomce buildingin I The oon.'jffBslonul committee on revision Javksunvlll, t !I.,January I 1110 Jaok.onv$1ls1|' Us,

Courts. All business entrusted will !: IS: HEREBY C1VKM THAT THE Buffalo, N. V., some light was thrownon .. .._ .
NOVICE of decided tIllttlat' >- -- -- -
receive .' ( have been appoint il and have s subject, by the statement that the laws IIIIH
prompt attention. legally fiiallHeil| as adininlHtrators of the till Dr. R V. Pierce amounted '
by United [States "I| not "are anil
I Estate of deraasoil, In Brevard H. Springs"Steamers
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. Martha L'allanan. Ocklawaha River and Silver
Miami. county Florida, All creditors, legatees. dailj to something over 1,500 pieces.Of the singular/ form will bo used In the ,
distributees anil all peraons I eying claims odemands course this is not a common case because -
MIAMI FLORIDA. seainut. the ksrate of Martha C. Calhi- Dr. Pierce's relation as chief con- new edition of the, federal statutes LUCAS' NEW LIME./ !
nan, who died, In the city of ItosMofnen, Polk t
county, Inca, on August 16, IMil, are hereby suiting physician to Buffalo's famous soon to be published. Tills grammatical The Steamer Metamurn, of the Lucas New Line, started her winter fchediila .
TAME3 ANDREWS notlned; to present the same. duly verified amauthenticated institution The Invalids' Hotel and Surgical decision tut records the usage of up the Ocklnwiha Ricer to Silver Springs| I ) on Tuesday. Feb 18th, aolls now mall-
within tile and
the his
to undersigned makes advice
time prescribed by law or this notice will be1I"aIl8.lln that of Institute his staff of of the best, speakers and writers of 'fcngllsh I off three trips a week leaving 1'alatka on 'Tiiosdnvs, Thursdays and !Haturdays: at \
nearly a score
ATTORNEY-AT-LA.W. bar ol said flahns. and tli.'IU: :: pm., after arrival. of trains from Jacksonville sod Nt Augustine. Returning;
dale office and postoffice address TITUS- rated at iMisMolnus, Iowa, March IS. 1002, skilled and experienced specialists much. today recognizes; an lu-cotu- will leave Sliver Springs' on Wudnusditys, Fridays and Sundays' at TJiUO: ,. in., after
.rAMK" t.I.AIIA": to
sought after especially by women pllshcd hll.tol'luct.\ A* the plural
Oilnndj Mid Oonla
arrival of trains from
C. 1*. HoLMKS: ramps
VILLE. Branoh office at FORT PIEKCK. Ailmliilstrators., the treatment and cure of whose special form Is used, In the (fln..tltulolIIOlOe. !
Round $12.00 Meals. and Berth.
Trip Including
diseases Dr. Pierce- has devoted over ,
[ Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co C. T. Mi-Carty, of the members of the committee were Silver PalatKa:
et' Attorney for said Administrators.Foley's thirty years of almost constant labor. Palatka to Sliver Springs. $7.00. Springs to MO AO
Notary Public Stato at, Large But though!! this example is out of the oppoHpd) to using the singular; verb. In the Metamora Is the largest| and bust boat on the river and manned by tho most;

Tar ordinary it may serve as an evidence of looking up uuthorltlt's t') determine the I kklllful men. Table 1I0e..cellelFor\ reservations telegraph or write

STEPHEN E. FOSTER.ATTORNEY.ATLAW, Honey and the amazing benefits reaped by the pub mutter there found n mess of evidence J. II. ItAUUIirOX, flen. Alr8lnt. J. B.!: J.UCAII.! O. M. A i
cures colds, prevents pneumonia. lie from the mall service, It pu\s every show that the Office at Drug Store, corner Lemon and First street, ralatka, '11\. ''II
hamlet in touch with the most to for !' lust ten 01' I
outlying .. . _.
---- -- -- --- --
fifteen "III")11.\ been used almost -- -
advanced medical specialism of the day. JPIII-S I

Sims Building It gives at a cost of a two-cent stamp Invariably III all otllcla! docu i I
the skill and that it has taken Official Supply House of 1'hllllllloola Fishermen's Association
JACKSONVILLE!' !:, FLA. A Sample copy of one of the best farm experience mt'lIt."t'li In treaties. It was also -.-- .-.--- --.-- -- .. --- -- --- -- I
to acquire. Literally at the cost -
papers published, free, if you will send of a two-cent stamp since Dr. Pierce shown Unit GI'"lit. Cleveland Hair. !. Tho Chicago Not and TwinoCo I

/GEORGE w. ALLEN, invites sick women to consult him by Ion and :McKInley used it exclusively ,
name on a postal card mentioningthis / JH Jidr. I
V your letter without charge. And this would and tent from Hamilton to Oluey It Manufactories of-. I
paper. seem to be one of the most remarkable
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, bad been favored by most of the see
services rendered by the postal system
frr WEST FLORIDA.Will TUB PLOWBOY Co., perhaps the supreme service of all. Itor retnrlfb of State. It is well kno'.vp H

practice In the United States Atlanta Oa. while it is a splendid tiling to be able to that President Uoosore't! : and Secretary

and State Courts. fljun /3 shop ill New York while living in Kansas Hay use" the singular nlmcst Invariably a
and grand thing to be able to
and tent In the periodicals
command the learning of great professors b
T O. FRIES C. E. Foley's Honey and Tar while working in the Michigan and newspapers und among the people

No opiates. woods it is a still grander thing that by of the country "ere" Is of rare occur .

COUNTY SURVEYOR. chlJdrensafesure. means of this cheaply supplied service renee. 80' the committee did the sensible P1 ,
like Dr. Pierce who have the disposition 61F
Land legally vld",1. men and decided Unit, at
., / surveyed and u be enabled tiling legally =
Steamship Line. to helpful, are to
, all kids neatly of \done. workeDieputeil Clyde place their skill and knowledge at the leimt.) the t'nl'.ed: Slates, "Is." :Muy wt< .. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De' crlptlon.

Hues engineering disposal! of those who are being dragged; at lust hope| tlmt ibis will pi'ut'lU-u Dealers Seine Twine, Maltro Cord Hope, Etc
a specialty. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde ,
down by disease without the possibilityof Kettle lie 11.,11 uiHi-imm'd,. iiienlloll. Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Steamship Line. can, be secured of Chas.U. help from those about them. When I Originators' Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
VV.ilron, at the ADVOCATE office Tl- one contemplates the vast and far reach 70-xi,,!M 1 K.: Indiana' Chicago, III. 1
VOL KNOW WHAT YOU Arne TA K INO ., tfpnHon The AnvooAT In letter... ftI
tusvllle. benefits of the mail service briefly
N. S, BURNHAM, M. D. ing mo When you take drove's Tasteless Chili '-
touched upon in this article it makes Tonic because the formula Is plaint W* hire Members; of the Illinois. Kl-l 1 h erm n's AssncU. >l l..H
the familiar gray; uniform of the postmanthe ------ -----
SURGEON and SPECIALIST most glorious of all uniforms. for it is printed on every bottle showing that It IsImgly ob i
Iron and Quinine In tasteless I
-- --- -- -
a -
worn by the soldiers of the of .
army peace.It
Ear, Nose and Throat. makes one feel like taking his hat off to..m. No cure So pay. IVOc.ts.

Ferry's ,,, the mail tram and cheerIng
PALM z1 to on-rushing lA
Ws-aT BEACH FLORIDA r Seeds make A New Danirvr.A e
good the work and wisdom of Uncle &uu.Hlchvrar I1.
rood crops
-- -- Is told In
ous- story n neighboring town.
make more
DR IIOUGIITOV'T r toiners-sofeaclijeur the of Straw.In nays tbe Troy Props. of the well meant,

crops end customers have the W'nlluVulIu county \''lDb.. they efforts to do his duty of a hostler. em / / +

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENT* grown secret greater.of the Ferry Ibuf Him*, hare been trying the plan of spreading, played by a local doctor It..) Imppencd Is'i

More Ferry's Seeds acid straw upon the, hlfrhwnjs., It keeps that tbe dOl'torVIIS attending two 1 +L I

on the "Den to.," and sown than any other down the dust In numuinr. and the cases on the same street, one house

kind Sold by .JI dealers., roads ore better In the winter. 1.\1.... which had lust been blessed by an rI

- Now AT PALM BEACH.Foley's k taotitoeit 0. M.Fe Annual rry L 00.t'HhlS day, Aupr. 2O. was apjx>lntcd as "straw heir and In the other existed a slight, u I

pev o tt, day" tblll ;year, und clllccr were op case of scarlet fever. rI

Mlon. polntPd hi each district to look' out for The doctor Instructed his man to

Kidney Cure the strew and tell people where to putIt. tako a "contagious dispose" card and I

makes- kidneys and bladder right.VirginiaHomes This Is s modi lien tIon of the plan tack It upon' tbe bonso where lived the y, M t r t r rI rtD

lone prnctlrrd! In some parts of i'tym- fever patient. Unfortunately the messenger -

The Largest and Most Com. outh nail ttarnstnblp comities In IIasacbusetts made 'a mix up In the location

elate Establishment South. of putting the Hubs and of tho house, and what was th j astonishment

brush from the pines and other trees of passersby to read on the ;i

GEO. S. HACKER & SON. trimmed up: It |eryes the purpose of house whore cooed a lusty. newborn ,

keeping the wheels out of the sand In Infant: "Contagious! Disease. Keep I

Y"11 learn all about Virginia/ Lands, nnituer and prevents the roads from Out." )

)its resources, products mode of ctil; being very muddy In winter and lasts t I

tivapnn' prices, etc., by l'ealInthe/ several years where the trawl Is not Cancer Cured by Illoml Iliilni. s'i
-'PK!u la Farmer. Send lOcts. _
l'' too great. All skin and blood diseases. cured.
"' I
months subscription to the
Firmer Co., Emporia, Va. Save the r _ n
Botanic Blood Balm wblcli effectually' ,
Mrs. A. Vllef Newcastle Colo. i iw
Wary ,
cured of the and
an eating/ cancer none
QANNER "I believe llllard'. Horehound
SALVEtiles writes:
face The sores healed up erectly.,
Syrup In superior to any other erfugh

-- most healing salve, In the world. medicine and will do all that I* claimed hOJl Many-le"doctors... Hundreds had gives of cases up her of cancer case a*, _ / / ,
for Ir, and It Is so pleasant to take. My }
eating sorer suppemtlng; swellings, etc..,
take It when site
little girl wants to has .
SO YEARS lave been cured by lilood llnlro. A mnnlf
need for It. IJallard's Horehound
e EXPERIENCE no Ibers, Mrs II. M. (iuerney. Warrior ,r I I
4'acsv" Syrup Is. the great cure for all pulmonary'
Stand, Ala. Her nose and lip were raw
ailments. ;23crs HOcis and 'I l at D.
H. .
with offensive dinclinrae from
MAXCFACTUUERS OF Wilson A Son's."A as beef -. a v .in'i
the eating sore. DoctoisadvlMHl outtlug r r
Doors Sash, Blinds, I bit It failed. Blood Balm, healed the m i r I f 1 I .

Tit. YorbevDes.. sores, and Mrs. Ouerriry Is as well ss It
e ItI
Ts Mf aiding & Building Material, good dog I* tea bent friend s man ever Dornnlo Blond Dulm al n cures. t it tI A

A' .... '!Ii' TB; OC MARKS can have." remarked the tobnreonlvt t eczema Itching; humors scstn. and scales' I 1 Er r

DESIGNS Office A W King, oppositeCharleston the! wwftUn Irullnn. "Wlicm y()y! get bone pains ulcers, offensive pimple a
'''''1''' COPYRIGHTS & I mason Street. pick' tn dornra't toll\ yon what to take Hood poison carbuncles, scrofula rlsngs -
.. and the skin and all blood
m.f bumps on
.:r'd.| : wTIPttnn:. wt S. C. and alien you get well he dOf'llo't tell roubles. bot''Ie.
] Druggists: $1 per large .
prnhnhlr patnnNtdn. ('ommunirlchrmfd.nt1.L e t
: Ihutdbonkon l'at.nU yon how\ much worn be bad the sum Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and 1
.... .. ... .... "
1<1" "-y fo. .urlll", "nl. disease. Syracuse Herald.
'. '.'...n .h."b Munu A to'; r.c.lve Weights Cord and >repaid by writing mood Balm Co., At-
Sash ants, file Describe trouble and special
SckmTfi jSTericaih medical advice sent In sealed letter 11
Hardware. Take Ijixatlve Bromo Quinine Tablet. I" certainly worth while Investigating
2 h"n<'"' ...t ...*. -. .. .. _. .
,, ly Ria.. t1 weekly lJ r I All drngglses. refund the money If Ik fall such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm -- -
T !'MI ff of any scwntlBe' IcHirnal. Terms,13: a Window and Fancy Glass ''to core. E. W. Grove's. signature Is on cures the most awful worst and mosteepseated The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing

MUNN&CO.WNew. York A SPECIALTY. neb bo*. -:;.cta. blood disease. ,

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JAMES. riUTOHARD, President; WK. M. Bnows Vfce-Pre

.- EAST. COAST ADVOCATE Orm.a aide New 2-Piece Summer Suits ; Q. S. ScntrYXER, Cashier.


Mrs. >F. r..'OR'>oroe. Stamford Ct., INDIAN RIVER STATE BA
sill] rematiis at Ormond, and as --------
charming as eve/ :New
Jaw Cornell, tbe targest guava jelly patterns Iq FLANNELS, COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

:XTIOKT: FRIDAY. mwnufRcturer on theIKast Coast, visited 4 Authorized capital
: / Casliner nd Worsted $10
New timyra on Monday. In plain goods; alsothe Paid up capital( $2=

', OgARrn H. WALTOX Editor A Publisher Dr.'Ohas. Clurk,of Lynn Mass., Is by 4 new stripes wbieh will Average deposits $ ioc
no means novice on the golf course,
\ .for he puts up.Rood game. 1 I be universally)) worn every -
TMsoontlnuanno of sdvt. mint be male perDAily 1 __.
\ at'Ms cake or by: writing. .1(. W. Smith and wife, of Louisville 1 1 where this 'Our Transacts a General Ba

JCy., are among those who will remain / \ prices are lower 'than

Ob..c.....ato., mar l be made payable to CBABLKS HDtll the'olose of theOrmond.. 1 ever before. aoo.ults to Business.

H. WALTOS,publlihot. The many friends of Nr .'Chall. B. Jefferson ,, dispose of, are bound to

who has been spending tbe winter please r
I Address all oMinnnloatlonn. laiCAST at lobe Hound ate pleased to see her in V& Our new stock of Straw Largest and Oldest Bank on the

: !! COAST :ADVOCATE Ormiind again.
Exchange bought and sold on all
,.. Goode lo complete. All 1 Fnn
TITU.VlLi. FI/OBIDA. TheMlsses-HnryiB., Stmrall and Ruth 't Countries.Futronagt .
, i of 'Covlngton, Ky. and Mabel new and nobby shapes --
; ------- -- Stmrall / ; appreciated.. 1
17 S. Department of Agriculture Merrlok, of New Brighton, Pa., are as / and !Mocks.Ladles'. treatment. ,.and. every favor Prompt coiutlntant nervlco\I'
popular as ever. t Misses ..andChildren's ; errativa banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. : ,made
Trof. Wiley 'P. -6wlft's orchestra gavean factory -
I k
xe Seaboard national Hank of New Vorl
excellent -sacred concert at the Or- / ( Shoes. Prices to suit .
The following is a comparative statement National Bank of Jacksonville, Flit.
mond on t\unday.eveDlnj, before an appreciative book.
of temporature and rainfall for the any pocket
week ending Tuesday, April. I, 1902.DATB. audience. 'I V A new and grand assortment .

i -190JJMAX. --1901MAX. C. 'W. ..Seamens and wife, Miss Mabel of men's Bathing ----
: -Seamens and .w
Mil* WIN. tteamens, Miss Dorothy
2lt 77 08 887t 72: Miss Remote, ,of Brooklyn will remain ___ Suits. TUB SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPA1

27 7S 07 00( : at tbe
2S 7660< $2: 6(1tO I The Easter services at. the Episcopal

e 80 20 88 81 71 73\ 78 78' 65( chuioh and the,.church Sundaywere wan beautifully largely attended decorated R. W. RHODES, Clothier and Furnisher, Titus ills. Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement

1 "31 75 'I.IJ:l 8f ((18 ,
with Easter: lilies roses, palms, etc.
1 68 I 60 8-2: 61 -
--'- --- ----- -
The sl ort and to the
sermon WM.good < i
Total rainfall for the week: .00 1- -
t Depa tine from normal rainfall for the point. Lotus. A FEW WORDS FROM THE Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
''I .week; minus 0.08 normal rainfall since January 1, Louise'Currier i Miss Helen Currier, Don- -
1: l.4, minus 2.4(1( Inches.HAD. ald Currier and BonJ. Currier, jr., are A few beans are 'feeing shipped from Offices foot of Dogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No

P. HARBIN> Observer. among. the popular guests of the Or- here now, and In ten days will be. movIng -I The following is from a former popular -
--- -_ ,mood .who. will restate _until its close, freely. i and well known pineapple grower at J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.MeMurray .
'----------- ---------- Eden Indian
: If much to the pleasure or their friends ,
L. D. ffaaeoek, of :Xrantley: waft a -
'I W. L, .}tM"'cb
VV THIS East Coast baa an excellent: Messrs. Seamens and Currier guestsof visitor among the farms'here, Monday, JAMAICA

rl.. prospect' for prosperity this year. the Ormond are very popular among and also on bUlt_. 22, 1002. f &
"VP the ladies who are glad to learn they Editor East Coast Advocate. Baker)
!I Ernest Tanner a 'nepliew of .". H.
will remain until the close of the Ormond. Dear Friend-It was like meeting an
THERB: are still a few-very few, !I, They are a jovial whole-souled Tanner of this place; has arrived' and old friend to see the ever-newsy ADVOCATE -

,?I' we are pleased to say-subscribers'':, team, hence their popularity.After will spend some time bore. : again. I leased this property 18 401-4:13 East Day Street. Jacksonville, Florida.Headquarters .
Dr. and Mrs. E. W.-Capron enjoyed a months and with hnrd work and
who have not yet paid their overdue the closing of Hotel Ormond ago patiencewith
J I subscriptions and we shall be which will. \ ''be on the 114th Instant-L. U.Dlo"ham..cblefolork pleasant day at Georgians. Saturday, persistency I have succeeded for-
visiting Dr. and ]Mrs.! T. II 'Chambers.T. In transforming 'my plantation from a'
the above
J glad to bear from them at their of popu- wilderness veritable and in
to garden
,I lar hostelry, will go to New Britain, Ct., G..otJaa Ronald stopping at Cocoa a Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicyclt
earliest convenience. It takes hard another Mr. Henry M. Flagler's
for.a.couple of weeks and from there to for several weeks, superintending the Polnclann year Palm Beach : ,
Royal grounds
cash to' run this business. Hotel.Ht. Andrew, New ;York, where he work on his new launch, which will be a
I will not be able to surpass my home ant( Sundries
will make his headquarters for a while. beauty when finished.A .
beauty. My first pineapple crop
OUR indefatigable sheriff has The dance given in tbe Casino of good rain was..welcomed Sunday, by materialize In about a month, and I shall "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wh

worked very hard for tbe past ten Uotel'0rmond.ilaturday bight last, was the farmers, and will possibly'be the reap my first reward,*wblch Is the forerunner at short notice.
ll After for several a very enjoyable one; but the (ladles means of a good many mop crates of of a fortune In a few years.
f days. sitting up were Jo the majority. One lady remarked vegetables; being shipped. I virtually have the plneipple field to
nights on tbe watehout for criminals "It ta a pity so many of the ladles myself here shipping to London England -
headed this way from Dade have to dance together; It would look The Misses! Capron on Thursday evening .- where I obtain prices never dreamed -
entertained the Misses
he succeeded in arresting 80 ranch more attractive If they had last LipsoOmb of by my Florida pineapple filends. DUPONT & MIDDLETON.
county, gentlemen of Georgians.' O. D. Provost drove I have not beard from Florida forayear .
some of them. 'It 'Is difficult to get partners. down "and, escorted the young ladles home.C. and In the
Mrs. \Maud :HTIas, West and her bright or Inure, looking over DEALERS IN-
by Joe Brown. still F. Walker I. bnil little of Newtonvllle Mass., are
SOB, ,
if at the Ormond. where they cistern}lo the rear of Ms store, and will ministration notice of Wro. F. Richard,
sojourning be ready soon to supply flue water to of Eden. Would It be asking too much YELLOW PINE LUMBE]
THE_bill for the protection of the will remain-until Itll'cIOR.. Mrs. West'scharmiag .
( his customers, If they should be thirsty tit send me the ADVOCATE: announcing
ebaraou*ristlos have made her
President the Senate
passed by a his death P
''Ir ; frleadu and she gladly welcomed GOSLINGSVILLE, FLA.
many J. N. Chalker la doing.carpenter work
r large rote. According to the bill I enclose a. photograph, showing gate
at' the Mount Tleosant house thelel.od
Mils week east of Cocoa
up on and house on plantation Our saw mill is located at Wawa the St. I.ucle River 201 miles
i it is now treason to attack tbe Pres. White Mountains\ next Summer.Mr. for Mr. Dardonvllle, who purchased the I packing my on south]
send views of
renter I
ident. Bacon, of Georgia, led In aud Mr.. C. M. Merrlok, of New Goodyear property as previously announced home hope to you some Jacksonville, and we are now ready to receive orders' ,quote prices and make quit

Opposition to the measure, but succeeded Pa. will remain the Or in the ADV OCAta.
1 Brighton at Tours truly, delivery, either by.rail or water transportation.
in carrying only fifteen senators mond until its close, which their many GEORGE: LOUTBKI LVCAIJ.Folev' \
j with him.CHARLEITON friends are pleased tj.)eara. The recent A Cheap, Indian River Home. DUPONT & :MIDDLETON Oosllngsvllle 'In.
pleasant weather has caused more
many Cure. If taken In time.
Kldnev -
fish. to come InM.the Halifax river so '
i1 will have the President I Mr. Merrick has been ranking some bet- Till place consists of IS'l acres J 4 affords security from all kidney and blad
of his mile north of Fort Pierce. our acres der diseases. Sold by Wilson & :bon: ,
anyway, it seems! and he will ter catches late. Among good }
catches of late were two.ea bass, which are cleared and fenced, and .there are Paints
present MaJ. Jenkins with a fine tlppud the scales at Jilils. 25,0O)() bearing pineapple plants on the FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y. Masury's
1' sword-not the Tillman sword how place. There are 24 acres ready to set III
Much Interest has been manifested In
+ 't; ever. It is thought that fifty thous In orange trees and phu ap1tll'll. The circular
the Walton Patent Self-Locking Pulley- The following was sent to this
remaining nine acres is good pineappleland
tp.y and visitors will be in Charleston Block, by manufacturers and others.A and a portion of it wood for trees.It office too lare for our last Issue' : ARE!: TUB BEST. SOLD BY

when the President makes his visit. I prominent guest of the Ormond on has a frontage Indian River Thebest Train 25 makes last trip Tues. April 1.

I Monday, said be considered .It an Invalu- ; building site ID on a high elevation Train DO) makes last trip Tues.. ; April 1. *
G -EC>EG -E: Jt* .A.DDS: : <>:rv
able Invention, and there would be millions )
makes last Wed. 2.
overlooking the river the town, Train 74 trip April
? THE British Secretary of State In It. Us first heard of It through and the Indian River inlet. There lit Train 28 will be operated on approximately THF LUMBERMAN.EAU .
for War is considering a scheme for a friend of his In New Turk, John I). no house on the premises.Fort the same schedule ax present 74.
the whole English Crlmmlns'. Samples of this pulley-block OALLIE!!:, FLORIDA.
bringing of the Pierre a division point>n the Commencing April 2, rains 32 and :30
can be seen at tbe ADVOCATE: : office, In Florida Kant Coast and will be Inaugurated approximatelythe
i and Colonial forces into one organ. Railway a placeof on '- ..-
C Tltusvllle.
some importance, with good prospects same schedule as last summer
iaatlon, which would give the British -
Mrs William II. Coe: of Worcester, for future development. Thereare Changes on Mat pott branch Inaugurating : H. A. HODGES
: "t people the largest army in the Mass, daughter of Mr. Jefferson, owner stores of all kinds several churches, the through parlor car service, will ...

world. The British Admiralty has of the big woolen' mills at Jefferson, still school, postorHce telegraph office,etc. also be made. These parlor cars will be Manufaoturei of

also contracted for the constructionof remains a guest at the Ormond where This place will make fine home and handled on main line trains 28 and 20, and Yellow Pine Lumber.
nine wore warships. Money still she has been all the season Mrs. Cue Is capable of bring made quite a planta transferring at Union Station Jacksonville ...Cypress ..
of and has. traveled abroad tion. Five hundred orange and grapefruit from and to Mayport branch trains :
lady culture ROUGH AND DRESSED.: : Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crate*
be In
1l ; seems to plentiful England treesand' IOOOUO pineapple plantscan No. 18 and 10.
considerably; still, she says she likes the
Any one contemplating,: shedding their pineapples or or building I ian.y il
notwithstanding the Boer war. Ormond. Its guests and Its popular managers be plaoedonit. Fine Iblllolr.bunting The parlor oar seat fare between Jacksonville oranges
of Florida would do well to write for The mills locate
part prices. saw are
In the Immediate vi and AtInntlo Beach and
and Pablo
who their utmostto /
are always doing oystering
at Buffalo Bluff the J. T. K. Lumber delivered to anj
near Palatkaj on W. Ry.
is The
Fort Pierce
add to the comfort of their cinity. headquartersfor Mayportis2.1cents. through parlor
AN American is guests. part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, F'a.)
company now Mrs. Coe will' soon leave for home but hunting, fishing and sports genersilly. car seat fare from and to main line points ,

,j undertaking ,to drain the Ever. will visit friends at Washington,en routeto Price, $1,1HX) which ,ia very cheap. will bo made by combining the seat fares .

glades and thus restore about 800, Worcester. Her numerous friends For full information address, to and from Jacksonville.J. COCOA.

11 000 sores of fertile land. The un. will be glad to see her on the East Coast O. T. McOAHTT, D. RAIINER A. O. P. A.
next winter. Ankona Brevard County, Fla. J. P. BKCKWITII Traffic :Manager. .
i, dertaklng la immense, but the syndicate '
-- --- --- --
is equal to the emergency, ,

and within a few years. the Ever Indianola. Centrally tad. Large, airy well kept rooms. Bath convenient

1 glades will be converted into a magnlflcent Rates: $1.50 per day; special terms by week or month.

1 garden. Orange groves Nearly along Indian River -
will also be built up, and it would rends the everyone pink paper. Header, are you Belvedere I Cafe Opposite Fostoffice

not surprise us if a new city should i a subset tberf JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. The Buffalo
be added to the state. The day of' Mosquitoes that have been rather I Motor.

;great things Is surely at hand 1 troublesome for. the past two weeks to''

the tourists, but which the Southern
people considered too few to notice, have has been leased by Mr. Lou Cohn, formerly! chief clerk of Hotel HYDRA semlidry BATTERIES THE AUTOSPARKER.

INo GENTLE reader I the country left for a warmer climate. CEO. R. WALLACE Agent. West Palm Beach, Fla.
tis I no immediate danger of goingto
: A party consisting of Mrs. Crawford -
pieces. The portentous echoes and son, J. Shepard and wife Drs-hill Kathbun, Jacksonville; and St. George hotel, St. Augustine.

; which have smitten your eardrums, and wives, aud Messrs. Ilallocfc and Nes- Peninsular & Occidental Co
proceed from no more* alarming bit started down the river in Mr. Craw Steamship

t I ource than a wiregrass politician ford's launch on a llshlng cruise of a
weak or ten days. United States Fast Mat Routes for
who la out for pelf. After the -- --- -- ---
battle has been All the house-wives are busy every LIVE OAK.
1 \1 fought morning gathering mulberries for pies Proposed, tailings In effect on dates shown- Subject to change and po.tponoment without police j
t the wlregriss politician has been and |tam, but all do not know that the MIAMt-HA V AYA tJSK CnmmenningJanuary. Miami.

Vi politically burled, the country will half-ripe berry makes the finest jelly- Hotel Oakes LIVE OAK.FJA. Lv.Miami 8no..* weds:... .., .... ....11:20: p. Lr.Havana. ,:Tuea.I. I9M. Frls-8....S... ... .. M.-OO: nas.Ar. .
grow and prosper as though nothing firm and of delicious flavor; while tbe .Hanna, Mona,Tlinrs ........... o.0fl: p. 10'1 I| Ar.MUml WI.... ktll... .... .. .... 6:00: a."D. .

had happened I (s it not wholly ripe fruit 111'11nor.\ make a firm Under new management.; Caters especially to the commercial traveler. It PORT TAMPA-KET WEST-HAVANA IJXE. Commencing Jan.5lK! -"8. 8. Olivette.. 1 tMa.cona
hl ? jelly at all. is the most liberally conducted hotel of Its price In the State.: The hotel has Lv.Part Tampa. Ilferi.-.f. .. ., 8:30a m-1 Lv.. Havana, Wrds i., "Sata. tMnna .... 230\P IJI'.
Ar. K..y '
'SI funny -- '. -+ !Mr and Mrs. James Crawford gave a been thoroughly renovated refurnished and pointed. Everything new and L..' Key wSS.-rUS.. !..rrts.sSune..tlm FrI.Suns..ii:3npm.: n'n. I I Lv.Ar.K-yWet Key Weat,>*W Wede'Sat..tMon..9J0P..iln, ntata. tMnns.: 10-OOp m
I llm-cl ; WHERE When and How Catch most delightful "house-warming" to all :DOa.m. | Ar P.ut'fampas ,Tbura."auns, rTuea. S: OP
their friends and neighbors on Thursday MIAMI-NASSAU LINE:-Commencing A"rlli. 100'J-8. 8.Martlaqne
Fish on the East Const of Florida! ," tbe 27th Inst.. As the weather was -- Lv.. Mla..l.. 1\'on.' We"!.'8ata! .., .. ....\SKIOpm.Iv.: | N.......11.TUBS,Thnra., Bats. ..,. \\1:<>10>, nAr.
by William II. Gregg, of St. Louis line, nearly 100 people were out to enjoy NKW YORK tae.auTue.TbureSat.anoa.m, : | Ar. Miami. Weds, Frla San.. .. .. .. .::1:00:<

h, SI o., is a book valuable to all the hospitality of their kind host and L... Miami. Commencing*April II. 11103. ,
sports April It April Is l April 'JA..2HN) um. I l.v. April II April 10, April 28.\1:00\ : IID
+; 1 I men. Mr. Gregg was assisteby hoUess, and congratulate ham upon Hotel Fifth Ave. and 15th street, Ar. _u. ""rl1l:1.: April W, April aj.OHO*.*.] Ar, Manl" Apnl 13'Aprll ::10.4prU17!\ ; 5'', 111
their home that
lovely new hoping they
k Capt. John Gardner of Ponce Park Kensington MIAMI-KEY WEST -CommenclnS December 18, 100WS.S.City of Key West.
} may have many winters lo which to enJoy New York. Lv. Miami' )'"n_ Wed.' .. ..........
Mosquito Inlet Fls. in the 11 O p.m. I Lv. K..1'W.,To....Tbll,.,Sats.. .. .3 M V a
compilation toYOllng.Or1ngc !Ar.KeyWeaTu.iThure.Sat..330p.m.: I| Ar.Miami.Weds.' l JTH, Snoa... 600. 1 n
4 of the book. These gentlemen Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan. 1II..n.Above time bonn bdwith Meridian Standard Time,except. that. abowa for Nsswu la local "

show of drove for Sale. Restaurant the Standard of Excellence. .
i a thorough knowledge This Bl!>retates preruma notice.
CTIARLirS: r.. MVERS. Manager
r:V tbe subject and every sportsman GEORGE C. HOWE, Proprietor. Jackaonvllle I!..., J.DllarJl.llIU\1.\ JackaonTllle, Da,

VV should secure It at once. Capt. In the south part of Brevard county, Late of the Buckingham St. Augustine and other Florida hotels -- -- '.--- --
abutting the Florida East Coast .-
Bravo, that inimitable Florid*'
yarn a 1-year old grove consisting of UOO trees VVHIf ET'S CREAM
spinner, is creditably mentioned by In tint-class oont.lllllo-JI: ( oranges 100 THE HAMILTON 45th Street, bet BroAdway and Sixth Avenue, \: !

the author. The book Is replete grapefruit, lOt) tangerine oranges and 100 NEW!: YORK. VERiVllFUCEJVORNISl

with fine engravings anti accurate Located Sea. 0, Tp. 3-1. R.
kum1nau. A Modern
Fireproof Apartment Hotel Central and Desirably
nice -
& want a this
K' information ters. A copy on of all this pUeatorlal book has mat.been will suit you. Prices for young next(trove(to days, Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. I For .20 Years Has Lodi all Worm Remedies. ? a' '{F >rBCsz.a

2,3UO.OO.; C, T. MCCARTY Furnished and
Unfurnished. :zs; 'Z"on...%.%. 7)RVe3626TB.
received at this office. Ankoua. Fla. GEORGE W. MOUTOX. Pe par ed by- -AJ\ JAVES| P- BALLARD, 8t. Louis.



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__ ___ __ __ __ _ COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 4, 1902.pRMSTROHG .

Eden. Melbourne. .1 GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.

1VI.A.JEi: BR:: <>S.

F. G. McIlIi has
just completed a I['IOUDE .
nOOOE.-R Lets t tart Loans.fcL
barn for his horse. s AKE'nt' FV1"1 I.ofldn ama Uvonuwl and ROY'jLBaking Wholesale Dealers In
Globe. |, ...",,,, WaslilnKtoii, and gun Sire
A. B. :MIchael hits a tIne horse which In"ran" the
8mclnl attention i>.tl to PRODUCE.
hewillI8eln: his grocery bllslne.ul. Intoregu of aou nmlilenu.jJTBX GROCERIES FRUIT. AND ..

___ _. .. .. ...
ni _.- -- .-_----
Mr. and :Mrs. James Holmes were caning CARLKTON-0| n tlieyearrountt. -- --- -- -
on Eden friends last spot to pend'.r or.umm r. l-o- Powder
Thursday. MtoI.1 on hlRh blmr nvorluoktng the IndianJllver. Corner Wont Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FIJI.

Capt. Richards made his annual TemiH nxxli.raia.

to Tltusvllle to pay his taxes, last Tues-trip __Jo'RAIIIK KOIIEBTHOH,Proprietor. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

day.Mrs. 53T- Subset IptloiiH for the AUVOCATK I Makes the bread ...
J. II LeToiirnoau entertained the the pink paper of the East Coast will be healthful. --- --

Point Lace Club last Wednesday after. iccuivud at the Mclbmnne l'oMtoffioP1 more We are headquarter for all kinds of Seed and Ka lug Potatoes and Cow Teas;

vp SPECIALIST. noon. I guaranteed /genuine. We also curry a full line of Hay Grain and Ket-ii." We want

...treet. Jacksonville\ Fla- W. \v. Lure, who went to Miami lastSatmday Mrs. Sarah Bolton, of MaUbur, was In Safeguards the food your Oranges and Vegetables Give us tl'h\lllnd you will be pleaded.

Dl night will be much missed in town last week visiting friend MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville PI*.

,. our social circles Joseph Williamson, of Mice, was a alum. We only Sell to Dealers
Stuart. -

H. W. Rlchaids has purchased the pleaaant visitor In town last. Saturday.K. ..... -- ---- ------.-- .. .-.-- ---
/ -- Uaars place on the Rt. Lucio river and B. Rauleraon, of Fort Pierce was -- --

Grover Cleveland and expects to make It his home.S. on: a business visit to Melbourne on last Alum baking powders are the greatest Georgiana.ITervey Rockledge.

(lllldeot of friend bate arrived Monday. tncn-cen to health of th present day.
: F.Webb Is -
..Ii party building a large packing -
IIIIprivate car, 'YakImL"Rhas houae, to accommodate the large crup of linKS F. A. Watkins of Detroit Mich., .. ...\.. of .
pnwUps nfl hIWfl5. amiW.. W' Carlton
P. purchased K Simmonll'a pines which he Is sure to have. Is n welcome guest at the home of her """'" Bower 1 linn recovered sufficiently E. S. Williams '

"'' Is going/ to re.iih Mint, Mrs. Nicholson. to be out driving Monday Afternoon. Fort Pierce, spent a few duys In town' I
Mr.Mmmona he lMario Mrs. Wm. M. Merwin, accompanied by this week.P. .
*. i larger one which her sister, made a flying visit to Edon, Allen Campbell came up from Roso- Eau Gallie. The many friends of F. W. Munson the NowRockiodge
last week returning to Rockledge land to attend the dance at the Auditorium will be glad to know that Uo Is much Improved B. Satires, chief clerk at
on N.
hotel left for Saratoga,
last in health
Johnston has purchased Monday.C Monday evening.Mr. -

JI'IIlrol i U. C. Olsen and will be- A. Robinson returned on riday and Mrs. Stephens and Mr. and !Mland Mrs.. Plo rey left for their Miss Mary Clement and Carl Wlttfeld Y., on Tuesday.
t-mmentB at once, by building aaod evening from New Smjrna where he Mrs. "'el'ryllave tetiiruod to Hotel Carleton northern home Wednesday last. were out driving as far as Dr. Wlttfed's) ., Miss Ellen Paine Is enjoying a Mrs.Delos

planting two acres In, pine- attended a conference meeting of the after a short visit to Palm Boach. Mrs.' Blddle and Miss Wood, of Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon.Mr. 111visit A Daytona the guest of .

Congregational church. W. T. Wells kindly gave the use of 1'a., aro still at the Granada.Mr. and Mrs. Cbilds, who have been
Laos aro setting lumber the Auditorium for the Ladles'I Guild entertainment 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clamant, loft for George Glngrass U building; tine ilft.I
rtb& Mrs. N. her Sandusky
Saunders accompanied by and Rebor of Upper Ronald
mill here to start their boatrnrhiO which was as usual aCrl'IIlt Mrs. their northern homo on Monday launch for T G, Uonald. Mr.
0gw nieces, Mrs. William :Saunders and Miss for the north on Wednesday. DeMooy
\ They will added the O.vleft expects to put a 4-horse-power
railway. $20 will be to
success. more
11III Kitty Saunders went to Palm Beach fora Mrs. Child and Miss Mary Clement
and In his
all kinds and engine
of daughter,
fund. Amsden
boats and Mrs.
MOcUo.: visit of several days last week. rectory Mr. returned from Nassau last week, bringing
boats up to 100 feett3eeey of Ashtabula, 0., and Miss Harrison -
rtind repair Miss Nannie Folxon left on Mondayfor and Mrs. Xettleton many beautiful curios as souvenlis of Mrs. Frank Harrison
There will be preaching at the Congregational are at the Granada. who have spent several months bras
her Tennessee home after many their trip.
his freight boat, the chapel on tbe second and fourth weeks Melbourne. lien has disposed of a lighter the guest,* of Mr. and Mrs. C. W -
la Houston
| has / pleasant spent Jobn '
/Sundays:: In each month, beginning April Mr. and Mrs. Baggntt and her mother loft Monday for their home; ,
SheJM In Harrison ,
for ,
launching. here Gilbert use
for Mrs. will a J. A.
ready mother Folsom remain load of shell to ,
Jimrly 30 In. Wth, by the Rev. F. W. Weatherwax, of who Is visiting them from Duvtoua, was In Newark N. J.
foet lonir, 10 feet beam, Melbourne.We few weeks longer. sidewalks on his cottage property. callers at Dr. Wlttfold's Tuesday
ud baa a double cylinder Mur- with delicious among The l'IIp.1hotel closed Its doors to the
Mrs. Louise Skinner of Ypselante Eau Gallle Is well supplied afternoon.
,-.jiajurtha engl ne. !She will carry have had some very hot weather follclwbo has In the mulberries of which there pnbllo nn Ttieniluy morning, after a very
over a Oxheart
111 of pines each trip. weather decidedly cool, a lot of sandmen Grand View spent left year Wednesday number of trees. Mrs. Baldwin and daughters, Misses successful season. Walter P. Hill Mr.
Stan- and mosquitoes-but no rain. We are cottnge, on are quite a goodly Myrtle nnil Nina, were culling on Mes Peek's elUolont cleik, left for his Chicago
brunle Parks and Richard Church ready to be pleased with some weather for points north. She leaves many Hodgson Bros. have sold the launch dames Hall limner. Hughes and Ills- homo on Monday
the M. E. friends In town.
In our
la married a 9f tbe right sort.Many Jean to parties living/ on hobo Hound. cock.1\loodRyafternoon. .
the wedding orclae..trlMellltratout
Ifcmlay.! After Mrs.Jessie Gay the Misses Mildred llel11I be taken there as soon as The New Hnckledge/
WM served at the Stuart:: house : Edenites bad the pleasure of attending The ve J. W. Brinier and little daughter Win. Marsh and Fistncisci-luft this
01 Hicks Anna Gillls and Lyde Dimondand launched.
hundred people were pres- / the Easter service at Jensen, pie was visiting Ornnilnia Dixon and week for the north. They have rendered -
Claude came from Canfleldand
Mr. over
Ibt wedding presents. .were two Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Melbourne Beach Beaujean to attend the entertainment Mr. and Mrs. Stlckney in, Mrs.the cat-boat. other members of the family Wednesdayand most excellent mimic and everyone

ii to mention. Moore. There wan a large audience and Miss Stickney left Thursday of last week. Is' sorry to see them leave.
evening. river
liistMonday the lower on
Alice for points on ,
valuable the services were very interesting.Col. Mrs. hattie Grattnn, who ball been .. colnmnn arer
111I has sold his plneapiitlon The Misses Stlcknny and Rocbsler and Thursday last. The AJ>VOOA'rac' newsy
Richards a for. of Tltusville l ls the winter with her father niul residents of the East
to Harry W. G. Wlnans a I spending largely road by the
and drove down that
oddeot of Eden. Mr. Bars will pleasant. visitor at Elverton. lie reached from Messrs.Eau Gilbert Gallle on Taylor Monday evenlnir tot We are pleased to be able has been to state seriously mother! r. And Mrs. White: :! left for her Const ns well us by people south and

few( months In, Tltiisvllle, andLceed -Kden In time for the regular meeIngofthe ; ;'dtiieotrtalonieoi at the Audi' I. although\ Mrs. Barbour under the home la Minnesota Wednesday.Mr. north; So if you want to sell l l or bur iirt

to his old homo la Germany. Whist Club aa, he 18..a line player torium. Mr. Gilbert accompanied by ) 111,of she Dr.Is W.rapidly I... Hugulett.Improving and Mrs. IT. K Hughes and nieces anything place your advt, In the pink:

lOrry to lose Mr. liars, but wel.Ir. he quite distinguished; himself. (He did Miss Eliza Stickney furnished some fine care Misses Nellie and Iteth liruner were paper.

| Richards and family Into onr not get a game). music. The Messrs. Yates of Buffalo were In calling at Dr. Wlttfeld's and Mr. and Dr. and Mrs Nororons, of Carllle, l'a.

our harbor, last week, In their fine launch Mrs. Clement's Tuesday afternoon. are spending some week. here. Dr.
Mrs. M. A. Curtis and her daughter The birthday party given by the Ep- .
minor repairs were and favored .
several days at Palm Stewart's building the Geneasee.Some Noroross I. a> well. known divine,
Mrs. Peck spent worth League society at of by
at Hodgson's yard. Some of the shipments oranges the Rockledga
robbed of its terrors by Beach and Miami last week. Mrs. Curtis and credit is due done to the engine It. B. the congregation at
jola Is was a big success, J. W. limner, from the !grove of I lastHunday
JiHoney, and Tar., Itatops the rack'Ijjb returned on Saturday: Mrs. Peck continuing Miss Mattie Brown and others wino Mr. and Mrs. Nesbltt entertained.! on. Burchilel have sold for tho highest priceof ,, chapel l with an excellent sermon -

and heals and strengthens the her trip as far as /St. Augustine, worked so hard to make U so line. A Wednesday It being the BOth anniversary any yet shipped from this section this .'

1 \ltaken\ In time it will prevent an I where she expected to stop over until good sum was taken and the M. E. of their wedding./ A. very Jolly company year. The grove Is In good: condition BRONCHITIS CURKIJ.

|>(pneiimonla. Refuse substitutes.' Sunday, arriving home in Washington, church will soon have a new dress of assembled to celebrate the event. and and I* selling on an Immense oiopfor "For CHRONIC I bad olironlo bronchitis

1B. B. Wilson <& eon. D. C., on Monday.J. paint. Tbv Easter services held In Ht. John's another year so bud 1 if thai n yoais at tImes I could not speak .

II. LeTourneau killed an Immense Last Saturday evening by invitation church wein well attended. The altar Mr Peck took Mrs. Plum and Grand above whisper" writes Mr.Joseph VOlT

White City. rattlesnake, last Tuesdayjon the road to of Messrs. Fred and Russel Yates, the was beautifully decorated with white \Iunaon.ln! his handrome little launch m"n. or Montmorencl nil. "I triad all .

Fort Pierce also a red and black and following Jolly party enjoyed a ride In lilies\ and roses the gift of friends of the the Icllewll.l, up>> to spend Monday afternoon remedies available but with no success.

yellow snake-one of those pretty Roman the handsome launch Genesse: the Misses church. with Uncle and Auntie Hughes. It Fortunately my employer suggested that
that said to be so ven Annie and Jessie Goude Helen and Idol been and Tr, It. effect
fellows are Grandma had Honey
llunont, of Jensen, was home vlslt- striped Williams and Messis. Sam Miss Hodgson entertained at Pinewood was the flint time I try Foloy's
Sunday. omous. He also saw a large raccoon. Powell !Mozel Tuesday In honor of Mrs. away. from home In more than a year. 'was almost miraculous, and I am now -
parents, and Alex. J. Lodge, on
(This was going to Fort Pierce. his Martin Claude Beaujean' Marietta Ives who leaves for Grand Her health Is much Improved. cured of the disease. On my recommendation -

jiFimlley went over to Jensen,Sunning said that snakes are unually seen by gentlemen Goode. week. Mrs. Ives will returnto many people have used Koley'sj
this service at
to spend a few days. on returning). !Mrs. Cameron stud daughters: the Rapids Ran Gallle early the coming fall. The program for the Easter and the Honey and Tar, anti always with satis
Misses Sadie and Mamie Cameron, ofChicago the church was very !good faction." Sold by 11. R. Wilson & Hon. -
f.iun Gannon of this place Is low' Nearly all of the population of Eden who have spent the season. at Mr. and Mrs Warren have closed Verona church was decorated so beautifully wild -p

lied la the grocery store of J. Pad- turned out to give Admual Dewey a good the pleasant home of Mr.! Margaret Villa for the season, after spendinga such a profusion of lovely lowers that It

f il Jensen. send off. Bon-flies were lighted, and Goode (Mrs Cameron's old-time friend), very enjoyable winter here. They enjoy won the admiration of 'all, and was a HAL KHTATi: FoRt $ALI!:.

every thing was conducted in the best to visit Daytona Indian River and expectto marvelous levelatlou to some of out vis- -
viusiln gave a very pleasant re- left on Monday, Intending living on
> to the young ladles of our oom'j po.sible manner. (That sounds all right, St. Augustine and other Interest return here next season. Itors-from the north, that so much variety As Administrators of tile Estate of
last but the truth of the matter is, the train In the south before going and beauty hud been growing out of deceased We offer at
Friday. ing places attendedby William Treutler
that bore Admiral Dewey north set fire Tbe GnIM! at Melbourne was doors all winter. described Heal .

001 ate continually arriving for onr In three places and the population turned home. _______________ several of our young people on Mon private sale the following "I
erected store, and It begins; to look out with buckets and shovels! and A Nearly Fatal Runaway day. Mr. Gilbert and MIssHllckney, Mr. Miss Myrtle Burohilel' who Normal graduatedwith at )< .tl\te. belonging to said Estate; : ,
of the did at and Miss Rocbsler. were among honor from the Slat No. I. Sold
IbulDDM again. The origin fought fire as hard as Dewey ever E. Taylor .. -
iii never__ n been discovered.MMrservices Manilla! or other old place). Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. the number who drove down. They report Kmporla. Kan., last year, lisa just cl whenshe sed N o. 2. All of Ul of NKf, Section 31; ,
any B. Orner. PrankIInfln.m III., which de- a very pleasant time. Mr. Gilbertand her'lIohool at'tltone University, Township 37: Mouth, Knnge liT East, covered
at our Sunday school an exhibition of i d--dooio-r'RDd; all remedies for four the has barn teaching all the winter,
Mr. Jungren gave Miss /Htickney:: took part In pro. with water, lying In said }:all UiillleHlver \
unattended and enjoyed by all. moving pictures, at school-house last years. Then Bucklen's \rnicn Salve with marked success. She expects to and Eau Usllle Bay, containingabout
tbool house was oeautlfully decori Saturday evening, which was simply fine. cured, him. Just as good for boils, cuts, house-boat Cruiser called at Eau return to Oeortrlana In June and teach 10:\ more or less,
sub[ flowers and house attended would l gladly skin The In Florida the coming jear. sores ,
garden Everyone who burnH" bruises, corns scalds eruptions with the following somewhere '
have paid their money over again to have and Piles. 2oo. at J. B. Screven's Gallle.jolly/ on Tuesday board last bound for the We wish her good success.Foley's No. 8. Sold. .
show second time. The music I party on No. 4. That portion of WJtf.. Section
the store.
horse that around here seen drug southern of Florida: Mrs. M. A.
IIray was coast : Fast
was the best we ever 31 Township. : rlotitli. Hi\DlrCeJ7
"wal days has been led away by by the phonograph machine made) and think of seeing Sprague and Miss Bergs, of New York Honey and Tar contains no commencing, point 3'711 feu I West. from

Mullen, of Eden much to the heard ( and;the launching of Artesia. city, and Mrs. Crmppotln Master Robert opiates, and will not constipate like Northeast, corner post on l Hectlon line

Dottlie young lady that has been Prince Henry and all the scenes connected Hiappotln: and Miss Coyle of Rochester : nearly all other cough medicines. Kef MSB as aforesaid and t IjO feet South of said >{

,iing bareback tiding. I the Meteor of the German Emperor's N. Y., and Capt. Steams, of Rockledge.Tb substitutes. Hold: by Wilson 4 Son Section line for a stalling point, thence
with the christening entertained
a their
and Mrs. King with
Mr. : delighted
here in Florida, patty South 43 feet thence Kast IOU feet
Benson down
friends of Adolph run
many yacht. way
their friends Sunday. of Florida
of the East' Coast J 1
experience West to-
pleased to see him down town, Sunwrnoon. only month after It all happened. We andwIll thence Mouth 4M: ( feet thence
Adolph has been quit.. feel decidedly up-to-date. Messrs. Carrlngton and Chapman madea and with Indian River In particular for month, or Courtenay. Section line thence North 6'M: ft, thenceKnst
their cruise a
wa number of weeks, and this was trip to Georgiana, last Saturday. prolong their northern 717 feet, more or less, los point 10(1
more ere returning. to corner. of plat of
of SoUthwest
tnt 'e.tVeat
attempt to be out. DREADFUL ATTACK OF WHOOPING Miss Francis teacher of the Canaveral homes Ernest Sams has Important businessat Harno thence South ir>0 feet, thence

Peter Jensen, of the west side COUGH.-Mrs. Ellen Harrison, of school, was in our berg last. Sunday.Col. Artesla frequently.Itev. East ,7.10 feet to West side of .'. :)i. C.

Vends most of his. time in Palm 300 Park Ave., Kansas City Mo., writes of: and Mrs. Hogan returned from Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and .Stuart-Martin held Kastsr services Railway right-of-way, theno North oik-. j

i, aDd Is now employed on Mr. "Our two children had aevere attack the I their trip to Rockledge, Wednesday, and bladder rlfflit. Don't delay taking. Hold here, Hunday evening West side of F. E. C. Railway rightofway -

residence, came home Sunday whooping cough, one of them in : report having had a pleasant time. by B. R. Wilson A Hon.Hardeeville.. 00 feet thence) East to point of beginning
'III returning Tuesday night. paroxysm of coughing would often faint. M. 8. Whaley's family Is moving Into excepting railroad rightofwaythrough
and bleed at the nose. We tried everything Mr. Holeman, one of the proprietorsof the John IiRoche house. said land. Containing about !2Yiacre ,
L Andrew celebrated
Christensen to Eaton, Raymond
relief. belonging
! we heard of without getting the grove: J. F. Mitchell were In Including the County road. This
and Mrs.
ileth anniversary Saturday af- doctor who fc CO.T Is expected on a visit. Mr. '
called In our family of MX or We then business. tract has a young grove
on> tad evening tbe ladies With town, Monday, on ;
Foley's Honey and Tar. who was In our neighborhood and artesian well, eto.
prescribed Mr. Spauldlng: trees on It, an
a good time In the afternoon showat
I fcrga crowd of the older ones spent the.very.first dose Is they began their to Improve.tIvas"sna .. a few. months ago, has' returned Mr. and ?sfru. O. II. Pond have left for Quite a delegation! attended No. B. Begin at Southeast!"' corner af<<
that IndlanoU on
l ..
"rolou which Q- Into the "wee we reel vu. n Wilson A; Son once more and is staying wuu JX. New York after a visit; of six weeks. lot l now or formerly l owned by J. L. Harrison

hours" of the morning. Mrs. Ref substitutes.. B. R. are beginning to complain of with Mrs. Pond's sister, Mrs. J. P. Saw. J. Tlflln and 1". W Lalloche trans thence run Mouth across Elbow

,""iien received quite a number of the drouth. The beans are beginning( to telle. acted business in Cocoa, Monday. creek to North boundary; of land belonging

'praseo 18. Fort Pierce.Frank bear and a rain would be very beneficial.Mr. School commenced last Monday the Dr. Holmes In town quite often to to Wm. Treutler which, Is.thence the North East boundary alone i -
&Lamont moved out of the HardeeWlnto Chapman and family arrived, last little cottage owned by Dr. Wlnthrop. look after Judge Whltlock, who Is very 4 Hunt of Wm.Treutler'sland Ion to North banhof

his new residence on Olean- Jensen on Friday from Ormond. They will take The pupils, seven In number look very sick. Hlbow creek, thence West along bankof

*' uue,last Friday,and Ml. Richard- Bell came up from charge of the grove belonging: to Eaton, happy with the anticipation a pleasantterm Franklin and Thomas Hams are enjoying said creek to point of beginning being

rather of H. II. Richardson, of Plne- Wednesday.We few Raymond A Co., for tbe ensuing year. with Miss Clara Otwelt as teacher. themselves at the Charleston Kpo In Soctloo'Hl, Township 87 South! Range -

'"wiie, took possession of It on enjoyed an old-time norther a couple started out boatrldlng Capt. awl Mrs. J. R. Anthony and son, sition. 37 Kiist. This land II covered with the -

lIday Mr. and Mr- Richardsono days this week. A young Sunday evening, but returned In Roscoe have returned to their home In Joe Field and George Wallace, of Inanola waters of the creek.

'for< White City a little over a year seats for the Episcopal church arrived last about ten minutes, looking: If they had West Palm lieach.and their little cottage attended our church on Hundayevening. No. 6. Hold.
a short visit but so well Is closed. We about 9 chains 33:
week. caught In a tbunder-.hower.'thelr orange grove No. 7. Commence .
."W "Ua tbe that they de- this been them with againIn Northeast comer of
locality have West
? hope we may from
us a Wonder what happened service seems to be very
'"<10 of Eden, paid Our steamboat
remain here.CIITTAYOOGA. Harry Rlcbaidn, the early autnmn. Section 20, on Hectlon line between He ytlons -
Tutors, teacher of the Bran- Irregular of late. We shall be compelledto West Ochslns 13 links, it
visit on Tuesday.: Miss Mary 17 and 20( run
mackerel have been non school, met with bad luck, the other Mr. and Mrs. II. &. Vail with their son chastise Capt. Ramsey soon. thence Mouth 10 chains 64 links, thence
of few
DRUGGIST'S'EMKV Quite a number while crossing the Banana river In a and daughter have been spending a shippinghis East :3 chains
through 8Oseconds
day, Maj. Tlflln is about South(U)degrees -
!: r. housn. They
Robt.J. Miller proprle-. here lately. her father weeks tn Mrs. Thompson's
caught rowboat accompanied tit lie Is Gallic Ulver, thence follow the
oranges Eau
Gltbe to
rnagnllloent crop
Real of but Is borne In HighlandPark
House Drug Store boom, accidentally dropped left last week for their
. not on a Brannen, she In Easterly
> Our town Is and Url learning the box making trade.A shore of tall: (Oallle Hirer an
. noo( 'fenn., writes: "There is as can be proved| f by her pocketbook overboard Search Ill They are very much missed, from placof
. growing direction to a f'olntdu.l'olltl\
' merit' ,'n g-oley's Honey and Tar steadily the material that Is daily hauleel was made but toe water being/ deep It and all hope to see them best winter. brand new son app>ared at the beginning:, thence north to point of

"'""ny ,ther cough; syrup. The calls watching from the Fort Pierce lumber YBrd. could not be found. Her loss amounted Mrs. E. A. Russell of Minneapolis, home of L P. Allen early Sunday sail" morn- beginning, containing\ acres, more orless

ieqf|1II111t1ply It wonderfully and we sell They have recently fuijilshed the mater to about $20.; Minn., a prominent member of the Wo Ing./ Mother doing nicely Capt. and known as the Kltchell place. .
'llao all other cough syrups and are now Is I hilarious. .
'""TOsold & Son. lal for over 23 dwellings Bank, Easter has come and gone once more. man's Chrlstaln Temperance Union, and Papa No. 8. NE>i of fU-ctlon\ 28. Township
B. R.Wilson the .
. by furnishing the material for house. It was not celebrated to any great extent a,well known and! active worker In IC.. Mr. T. If. Sanders was a caller at 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 100'acres t- -

two large stores and a boarding of In our village. The children were kept cue Work Woman's Suffrage, and all the the department store on Monday He Is less railroad right-of-way.

A Hare Chance. At this rate we will soon ,coast ave one, and from en toying themselves to the fullestextent reforms of the clay, has been spending till the orange king, although M. S. No. 9. ,M W of faction 2". Township2T -

tl... nlces-' towns along the bv the rain which came- afterdinner few days with her brother! ,J. P. Sawtelle.! Hams anIE._.. __. I'_ Porcher are crawling up Hoiith. KanuiiaT ... oontalnlnir anti i
'II 1).111(1) ( 'res, OilO feet frontage on will be able to accommodate stranger" and; lasted! the greater part of the Mrs. Russell was a delegate to the Woman's close to- him. less, railroad right-of-way.

''III an,' anana rivers. 600< to 70O as well as our home people. afternoon. After the rain, search was Suffrage Convention! at Washington I -- acres,
which was greatly enjoyedby visited the Charleston Kxposition I No. 10. 41: 00-100) acres, less railroad
tn and
Into'isr made for eggs I
:: about half coming A Doctor* Hn l IMIght. 0' Lot 1 and ofNEliof
'i. DHmal SwampBScrv the children. Later on. tbe return of on her way to Florid. )1,.. Russell's Hffht-of-wsv, being part
, Great
tangerines grape- The went boairldinn offered C. Morse of Lowell, malt of a severe :NWii, !H ctlond, Township 27
kui, ,its of malana tbe couple that friend. )(r.. Two years ago as a
0 ground
,'Irma vocado, bearingmangoes 14.ODO' bearing Of Virginia hi a breeding:wet or marshy source of amusement to all. With them i )1....., spent several day. here after avisit cold. I lost my voice," writes Dr. M. L.Hcarbrongb I Houth, Rsnge 37 East: known as J. I.
SO Is low be remembered as and they will return Ohio "then began I Stewart place. '
IIMI' -lIM) beside! Jrlrm" cause this Laster! will always at Rockledge, of Hebron, ,
P.i..bnr bearing guavat, ground everywhore. These aches perms: In the a red letter day..viiis. home by the way of Alabama, where / an obstinate cough. Every remedy X n. 11.I Lots 17 and 18,block 4, Townof
Ibo Jt '", reBdypeachtree8,3acrpsvPjtl't weakness. chlU" and fever Induce daD.Iterous they will visit Booker Washington's Industrial known to me as a practicing physician Van Gallle.
tour orange trees and may Lot 1 block 4, Town of RaG
muscles No. 13. ,
and Ax. school. failed sad I dally grew
bones ElectrIc BItters A Sharp for :39 years,
. lint i claim deed for this only-
maladie. urged to try Dr. King's Gallle. Quit
rtn.t nch artesian well large destroy them and core m. marvel at the multitude of worse Coughs held under Tax Title.
fail to Millions for Consumption, ;
,;";t, r well soft water 8-room lanai never troubles. They will u18ly pre.enttypboll. for maladies cut off by L>r. King's s New Life The surest and safest remedy for kidney :1 and New Colds Discovery, found quick relief, and for for prices soil terms. address.
ku ; "''building packinghouserehouse tried many remedies too. !Stomach, diseases Is Foley's Kidney MORGAN and W. It. JONKK.;
,''.. "We pills-the most distressing and bladder last ten days has felt better than for two F. A.
tv1 \> 2-ton: Ice box malarIa and stomach and liver tronbl.0. liver and bowel trouble, dyspepsia: loss Cure. :sold by B. R. Wilson &: Hon. l"lItIllI.eI1ICuarant.ed for throat As Administrators. of the Estate of Wru.Trentler .
!""> Fruit this of yea.\lle.\ years.
ultry biliousness fever deceased.
yard. ,
Charleston Jaundice Sue ,
of appetite. J. Jt. Screven.'
w John troubles by
))11 writes Elec- snil lung
"ring> |:ioo to> $100. Bent found anything as good u all fall before these wonder. TItusvllle Florida.EAST .
I-;;( 'hie land will( but never Only WJc. J. malaria does job printing. and 11.OH Trial bottles free.
keep up grove. Try tbem. workers. :S2c at Screven's drug store. L- The ADVOCATE
1' A. MCMILLAN, trio satisfaction.
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National" V.hlrl* Tax and a Syntemor :

A Road Mapa.

K State Senator Earle of Michigan: In
1:' T'rh an enthusiastic advocate of good roads, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

- h I' and he has Induced several counties In

Fruit.Its his state to provide funds for a practical .
demonstration of roadbulldlntf as LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January ]

quality influences It should be enisled: on by city county 15

1 the selling price.Profitable state and federal governments says SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.||
the Philadelphia North American He
i fruit expect to start out next spring; as soon .No.89No.2 No.23 'N0.3I MAIN LINB.I .
'v NO.18'Naei
growing insured only as tile season will permit! with a good ', ; N,21,

when enough actualPotash roads train drawn by a traction engine l zt y rNt i ii'wp 10 p IJBUpa'66'p TMa 940a Lv..Jacksonville....Ar 00
Im which will tiinke a four of the central ....... U 48. .....Jaakonvllle\.I 69p.710p... 4Q0plt
l-. qNC bsw.r 900a10Ma. .....St. Augustine...... I .
part of the state traveling about COO .. ...?.. .. .. ...11273. ........Hautlnge..:..... oOD Up 110... Pi100pij''
miles. Before the start central .01o p.II tOp 9.0. 11 4-ia .:..... .. &tka.4.
points ....... ...... .......12 ISv .......iN..:*' ...:...... ag 151'P .a lap I.a'OsPI I t'
will be selected where the train will J ....... ....... .......12 .......Bunn.i..4\ l/p "
9" is in the fertilizer. stop and build a sample mile of good t ....... .12 tiiv........ ......... 'Olp '"
Neither 1115 p 343p10475 1pop .. ...Orinond......... a42p Ii7p'7o1 /. ..
y R quantity nor road. ..:! ,1 331> 103pl066. .......;Daytona......... 81p pI
good quality possible Senator nrle urges an appropriationof ...... .. ..... fUP .......Parr Orange...... 1 lip .toap...... .IUp... 1
11Yi ....... .
19 08 a 17p NewBm rn.S ......
i without Potash. at leant lOOO.ino( by congress for I ... .. .. !? > .........Oak mil......... I BG.D se" .....a .' 30p("
the betterment of highways and he. a 603p aorp S 7p ....:...Tltuirllle ........ Gap I 11p ti
., 'f1 o p A .1466 3 24 .. .. 43p1'i"
Write for P "" ...
our/'ow tola also advocates .0000. ''
t n national vehicle tax atM lje is I fe"
.lvlbll'dal.U.. f top cap ..... <1i' !'."ir".. "
I cents a year for that purpose. Cue 11 ....... Up...... 838p.......Eau Oallie........ 9aP 1ap.i.3.nP 9
I GERMAN KAU WORKS. of his !I ....... SOp ....... 4 90 p ..'.....Uclboaroe........ 1.18 Up 1141'."
PI./ _SL,New Yotlt. city. la to have the govern. Iii ....... ....... ..:.... ........ I"1"/11. ........ 11M ...I5p,. .. .. ..
I ment make road, naps of every county I III'p ..... "* ;.......... 047 .... .. ..:.. .
in t 67 a f'is'pt'M !fe p I Ollp .....:.1or1 P1era. .... 1040 :::'
tbe United States allowing! bad Tri-Weekly Sailings ....... ....... 114 ........White. City...*..... ]0 .a ..lap.... .'.,01p17
+a .. _.. road In red fairly good ones In blue . ....... ::. ....... ,!, ...........I'.b &Ia.O 11 ._... ... r .
-- and Improved roads In ..... .s-. ....... I .q ...........JlC1..n.: .......... 1008....;:: : .,. ....
black. lie .... :. ..... ? ..........Jeneew.......... 10 Ota .... ..... .f. .
h.. KIDNEYDISEASES would have these county maps pub. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and HEW YORK. 11:2 ....:.. ;e ..... P ......* Sluarft ...... II Haas ..-_... ... .
tolled In book form find sold at post. .N026". ..... tt If.. .....? .......Hop.Bouaid..... II a .. :.. ...
II" AiWtt.Piwr l11a. ..... .
offices for 5 cents. Senator Earle says: S. C., both ways) Iioa. .d 'lap ,,88 p ..a V..WI'aIDI..h..... a86s104a 30.
I i arc the most fatal of all diseases "If I wanted 41Sp p .Hotel Royal Jtanelana.. 8 U5al086a .f' Pt126'
+ to buy a form In a certain IlSteamshipstoin Service .!Ie. .ooa..1..1', fatJp Iv....Th. Breaker: ,........ 8110.10800. 10p1Q16
The Finest the Coastwise
3J locality my first step for the purpose .11Io. a 4 40 p 43Sp8" .Hotel Royal PnlmHana. II lOa 10 110'. 100
of set. .16. 3SO.. 'COp .._WracralM Beeta..Ar 30 OB!
investigation would be to purchase :II) 07a ...,. ..... .....a ._....lrnynrn..Lv llooal)10.laCOp.(.... 8 I
KIDNEY CURE Is I one of these little maps and J The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. zu is a ....... ....... ...... 0 ..._lAurfrrdale...... e 88a ...,. . ...
FOLEY'S ".ould'l1p very sure Unit I would pur n 880... ..................... 10 41 P .....-.Lemon O!ty .. ..... II 18.! ....... ..
4 Guaranteed Reined Direct Service Between n. tlJI.U10" 840plODOio. 6M/a 811O&I iooaTa'bo
; clump,
: m.v farm nlong the route of one
; of tht'aP'roo.l roads for I have'fOllOtI Jacksonville Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Auau

xir money refunded. Contains out from observation that It frosts Ii .TAOX80NVtU.m yo ffgm AUGu STINE.
(Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways)
cents IrRII
<< a mile to transport farmproduce
remedies recognized by eminent "

Ni j, the best lot over on" Improved road than Southbound....... ............SEMi-WEKKLY: .BA1LJ.>G8 ,......r..ew..Wb.rt. Boston i No.23-1--'No.27We.35 NoJS No.3l J-...37S _No.43 _'No.93'NO.. ....:;.9,:
., physicians as over n bad one. Northbound.... .' foot of CMlMrim! ..'. Jackea'nrme rr..JaekpnmrvnT: .......>...1 7 M a 0011 a II'40. 12 De p II so p COp f 00 8
; 1 Kidney and Bladder troubles. There Is nothing more Important .. Ar. Augnntiim........ I 8M.InmmaltOboa' > M1'j 33Op i OOp j, 510a'I' nl.eapltjo 09 li,, Ito

than Rood roads to the material welfare ST. AtrOTTSTINJO T J JACKSOKVII.I.a.
PRICE 50.::. sad $1.00.I Clyde St. Johns River Line. .
I of n country, and It l III to bc l hoped I '_
I u. WILSON & SON that congress may have the wlwloni t I., (DeBary U M.) 'Ne.98'Ne.92> QN..tS. .5..441N..38lrN.38.. .No.78"No.7.'N.3|" ;
.. I -,--
take tilt' matter- tip Aiimnaftv" '.. nod mnYr*. BETWEEN JA :ONVJL.IJ AND &ANKOKI, ;.St). AuroiiHwe.' ...... ... n BO; 8 00 a I-IJ\a 8 65\ M' JO a -11 40 a-, -
-Free and liberal I- appropriations' ; ; ; In; old I r-t ; Btopplntf at Fttlatka. Away, 8t. rraado B re.iml (Del.amlBatas) ii>i>.IIJf.f.) and mwmiMifltato lead Ar.Jaeksonvtf! ......:..... 111100"\ a111011..10HU-I01' 7001> MIS'SCHEDULES '

f. Accented Masons good! rorula movement '. \' LINES
of .J"f"k8HtVtUe-
\ \1'1Lt. necessary: to rotlnco tln Bum otmtomarlly STEAMER: CUy

>,'<.'.-'>. ." ih'votcd to the Improvement. ofThe CAPT.'W, A. SHAW. JACK8ONVHJ.K TO ?ALATB A TO EAST PALATB.ANGE ;
safeness a',seas. W AVVOISTKB-. SAIL AHLeav FUL AWB: s
Indian 'j: *JackM"DTtll.8:90: p. In..Bund..y..Tulay.. will "Ikurethy.a. 8raetoae. INe.I N..17111No.1 IINo.27 I eTaTtoaa. n.IT No,19 No.61 9..6
: v, No. 00Tltusvllle l aTaiti ronl 11':30": .. m ,MoixlaM. M mluwtlHya and. VrhlHva.
r"n Southbound Kmd down 8O 'Kii>ir .lC. aLnave rtU-""a t.K_ .p.8:30pm Jaoki >nvllle... S8oa 15 p101Ua a cap tV>sett.. TH* 11 l.tai 9 0.11| ij
,+ -River '' I, Heat Pr..rlptl for MalnriaChllU : ., ...J_lr onvl.l.'....._... Arrive. a:">)a.... Psble S.Jaokmavlltw.Be.r4.,,. SsSa 10 86 17p1018a1003'p.10 no Ar.E.P't'tka------v SB a 11a OT a| i 3i }!l 4.a i iBAXT
I : and Fever l III a bottle of Grove'sTasteloHS .. .. ...... ... a p a 40p
tJ .::46w ..:.....Vntatka ... U aw II-lK'''. Atlantlo Beaoh.Ar. 916 a 00 10 MaU I 43 VA
Chill TorJo. It t> simply Iron .. 3OO.m.... .A.tor .. 2JI: .>... BO 16 p 10 p ATKA TO PALAT
Mayporc a a 8
lw .Mm.**". \ Florida, and lu tasteless form. Not .. .:IIII.n>>.... .IIC. l"ean :I. .......... .. 1:10...,... OOpKttTPOBT
_i '11".... Ita meetings( the ,"""on.1 and fourth Fri. quinine a a ... ....-........8ere.rorrl '(' ..... .. .... ... 1lIIBI.1o.: : TO JAOKSONVILI B.IiV. 5Ta7mw le.u'N..4ai! N .50-No.5:
t '\I.,uf each. month, at the late Armory, TUuavllio ure, No Cure. Price r.ooU. ". ..00.m.Hl".. *,..ranll'| .. .. .. ... 1'10(1)' : ..... tv.E.P'rtkal
J. , Walker 190:; n'ultH Wonhlprtil p. in. Master. Arrlv.SOO...* ..a..w.Sac&I'" ........ ... ... 11aen. ,&)..- BYATIOrw. 'Ho.a >5..0a IIN..20|| Ar. Palatka. 6 8 08 eta a to e Oli 45 a sill' 09 ofaT p| 3. 071

f'' l J. L.Citrriithen. Ben lor Warden. A ThonaandT Million S.... .... W.. ..,.. seas
"1'. Passenger and Ticket ". Bay 5t-.Jackaonville. MaypnrtAtlaii 0 8O s I.&N MATEO BRANCH:;
H Haulier
.lunlor' pp1
Warden. Lord Kelvin once made some Interesting tlo Bese x 50a8Sa 1 46 a
-J. M. Dlxon, Tr'K'urar. '. M. MOrtkiER: ,JK us.Pass. Aart., Pablo Beaob.... aOI p 1l b0 a '
r. A. Morituu, calculations of the probable total A.C. HAGKRTY, BaiWik: Fan* Ant. IRON 5.17 M4 4STATIONS. i NM
: Secretary. IV State 8t..Nw York I 20* liar t..Jaolnomtlte, FVfc.THO8. S.Jackionvill. T 8Th 537p131lp
.i.1..1J. A.HngheaCha H. lain. amount of gravitation mutter<< It* the J).HALEY r.o..1. Freight AKent. (r.I O.P.LOVEIX.: a*.t. Flai SMjit.. Ar. JaokaonTllle-... TBfiaANfOKD 116 1130 T4S.LtT..E.Palatka. Ar0ft .
R. E.Bnreven Mime,Jr.Senior. ,ifnior, Daaoon.l D..oon. visible universe. lie! showed that If 25. font llegaa Be .JaokvouvlMe. Fla. | Font HbgaivitK, * $ BRANCH.Ne.1l /IBB Pie a Ar. .Sun Mateo..Lv a tsa
JOHN. L. HOWARI Superintendent, Font H" St. .laokaonTllla.
+ tSH.Yanlandngham.BnnlorSteward.I*. M. 000.000 years ago l.OOO.OOO.OOO m w I' 'i'. W.Taylor Roberts Junior, Tyler Steward. each .equal to our sun bad been din
_. trlbuted .through sphere about 18. C. II. WALTO1K.l = Agent.. 'JUtUl"lne.. 11'1810 316 v..... ....TItusvllle.. ....Ar Ne.3a STATIONS. NO.2
+ -- miles In T 35a1.......__.... Minis.....:.......... 07 p HPlil 10>10 a _v..N. Hniyrna.Ai 10
000000000000.000 radius airy S .,............. Oeteen .............. 1 oar. 4 11 Ma ....Lake Helen |13 Ft pi
1 MAKING GOOD. ROAD.WltJ.oat 'would now have acquired velocities 80Ma ......, ....Enterprise..,.........ll8Ua 1.t.. ... ...j.. .. 1040 V pi
about equal to those known to be pow' S :B<> I> .80sAr.Sanford.Lvif00a 4 l146aAr..Or.OltTJo.Lvd010NDalty. .,
:j Competent Men There) .. "Nofr sensed by the star visible to us. Therefore .' *D e.lly except: : Sunday. {Daily ezeep* Monday. IJSnnday olnr.
chance of Raeo.... Tr..donotetopat.ta.'dwhnofm.Isshown.
It Is probable that the total amount
LIME RAILWAY. Them Time Table show the times. at which train 1Mt ..
road AIR may expected: : to arrive and
\ rA Qaaud! can be mado by putting of gravitational matter In the visible from the several stations tint their arrival or departure-ait the time stated In not guar
'in a layer of large or medium sized universe does not differ much from nor thirst does-th roanPeninsular. Oomjwny hold Itself responsible" ter amy delay or any oonsequoiioes.

tone, theu oa that a layer of crushed that of. .. guns.

I tone and on that a covering of gravel Capital City Route. e and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mi
Stops the Cough
and rolling the Miirfnoe down bard and

} AI smooth. But Unit IN not all that la awl works off the Cold. The Shortest Route. BE'rWJIIEN MIAMI,.KEY WEST AND HAVANA.MIAMIWASSATT .

needed says. the American Cultivator. J.nk'atlve Dromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a .. The Beat fiJne. '
I' M,1, Apart of the xltlll la like the old! gen. cold In one day. No Cure No Pay.

1 l tlenmn'g rule for umkliiff good coffee, Price 25cts. Only line with Double Doily Service*, Including Sundays to--. 1..1111..111'0". .Thur.......M.Commencing...... January I Lv.Naauu\looa.Weds., 8ats........ ...........
'I: "Wbt'ii you make It. put In Home." SAVANNAH. COLUM1UA.,. CAMWCX: SOUTHERN; : PINKS,. RKJBIMONO" Ar.Nauaut'Rue.rns.: ................... aoopIiio'' |I i Mlaoni.. TbD,.... Suns... ...............
We have been Dlclteua' l Innneee. Commencing February a, 1003.
watcliliiff the work on WA311INO'I'ON BALTtMOttB. PHILADRI.PIllA N-E\V 'YflBBt .
a bit of road tblH There Dlrlc"11 did not begin to save, money Lv.Mlaml,Moas.,Weds.,Pr1..5.001 I Lv.Naeean, T__.Thu... Satl...........
1& season.: are nod throughout \V IT If PULMaN'S..llJjJ'J.tJAJ-I.:: AT aav.Xues.Tburs., .., 8ats............ <80 a |I'''AI. Miami. We l...., Fri..,8UD.............
lie forty
about three Inches In depth of the until was nearly :
$' round cobblestone[ one I Inch of crush- life he suffered ncntely and lueen- '}'be Florida and MetropoU: ) Llmltet.,." 11\1.1\ I VHMilbiilvil' l.ra.lnl.8e. AinnutOneand MIAMI.UAPANADIBECT: LJJnn.

1'+ i ej atone and oue Inch of gravel: and saintly from pecuniary<< worries and Jackauuvllle New YVI'k., cun I"tlnlt&t lJlnl...... OunipitttmMnr.Coni:: p jtHavana Son*..W.... ., .........Oommenolng........ January 1.111Ot.: : ..... a a
l ; loam ml'xerlr.whkl: \ ). by wetting and nnxH'tli'Jt. lie wim never short.of ready Observatiuu and lH..wlol. IGaorta S4euptug:: Cars.. : iloua.,Thurs................ 6Wpl'fir.Miami.We,8.te.|, ........,.. IQ

rolling has been DO presnpd! down Into money after his (Trent crisis of 1844. ;Only line open atlug dally through Pullman\ (:ir Service .Iaoka.mvilietnNew' Owl.... MIAMI, BEY WEPT AND HAVANA.
1 k 14.MlamlMon.W..t.Fri" .............. .. ..... .. ..
about the future Kur reservations and Information.write ... .11-SOo LvHavana.Men.Wed. .
r the stones that It la now less than a half but he was never easy sleeper further ? t'. Key VV.-iit.Tue.. .,Thurs.. Sat.......... I8QR Ar, Key West, Mon., Wed...... ... ...
Inch It It were wliltcwnnlied after It until after his enormously prolltoble A. Oi MACDOXKIX, AII.t. Gen. 1' Agt. Ji ck onvlU., Fkxrida. Key W....'1'11.*., Frt.,Sao..........13. nIL.I Key. Wear, Ti" r. Thurs., Sat
second American ia the winter of Ar.Havana, Wed..Sat.. Mon ..........,.. 8 ooh Wed..l"n..lha"or :
was rolled. It could] not look much bet trip J. M. BARR, It- H. I.. HUNCH

,, 1 ter.; but It might [be more durable. We 1807-oa ___ L V. P. *: Q.. M., lieu Pass. Agft. eopy of tool Tim. Card address any Agen
think before one winter flashes the FOHTSXQW'l'H. Y A.. J..Do. :BAIEMEB: AMt. Oen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE F

hinter itonea will l>e nt the mirfni-o and 1)ewaroof OliitiiinntH_ _______ ___ for_ Catarrh ,- _. .. -
---- --- ----- -- --
'I\\ th-; covering will bUT; washed uwajr or ---- B i a
'. that Contain Mercury >
settled down below them. Dixie Flyer Route .. > .
ref In clone proximity to a strip built by a* mercury will surely destroy the sense 1'OR.Iti. '. 1
tbe of smtll and completely derange the UVI1.I.K cnATTANOOOA A ST. LOUIS RAIMVA7r and '
state NA
uw jn example: of how to .. hmond ltitnoraAtl&nt
whole: system when entering It throufihtlie Washington B
build a good road It In likely to furnish articles WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD
l nuioou surfaoeH.: :Such Philadelphia Boston. *
_ II nn equally good example of bow not
should never he usod except on prescription -route of the- Ash.vUle LoulsvUleCinclnna.tI
I to make a good road. It la one of those from reputable physician as the 'Chattanooga
cases too common, where the town damage. they will do is ten fold to the Louis Kansas

thought to give employment to Its own good( you can possibly derive tromp them. Detroit CIla.ncl PUtabur

-citizens Instead of hiring the work Hall's Catarrh Cure: manufactured by 1'. DIXIE FJLVKR SLEEPING OA US. Chicago.. etc.

I done by contract when It would have J. Cheney & Co.>> '1'011'110,0., contains no The Chicago and Florida Limited to iulcke( ,,t team from.. :)t. \ngliMio and.
and la taken internally, noting .h&klluo\'lIle.
been better to have employed a competent mercury,
man with ablebodled help and directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 'ChattHnonniiNi\ Louisville. Loivls and Cklcnito witli! Pnllman'a oneSOUTilfRN
a of the By stem. In buying HairsCatarrh and Drawhitf Kooii. .,, IMnln ete. Ih" iiel without .
supported Its cripples from the town's the driest Obnervatlnn Sleepers, !? oars, '>
r poor fund than to have paid them 91,73 Is taken Cure Internally be sum you and get Is miulo genuine.It lu Toledo change rho fatioim. I)lne: Flyer alt tho year; round! sleeper vliw Atlanta and

'. for eight hours' loafing or trying to do TestlmonUln Martin, through to St. Louis, without eli.inge..
1 Ohio l by P. J. Cheney A: Co.,
I'r that which some of them were unable free. B3r"8old::: by druorgUts: Fur information; relative to rates schedules, et.-., write '0... RAil W AY

L :' to do by reason of old ace and others price 75ots; per bottle. Hall's Family '1". M. DOnE, Fla. Psuts. Agt .J.u knvUle. Fla.

were utterly Incompetent to do well Tills are tbe best.A C. E. HARM AN, Gen. TOM. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Tratllo Manager. ;

\ while few of them cured l for or took --- Atlanta, Oa. NsffcTHIo, Tenn. I ROUTE OP THE CELEBRATED TRAINS' :
any Interest In any part of the work Lottery.It .
excepting drawing their pay happened in the county clerk' of --- : THe SotitHerrVs Palm Limited

i Darablllt-of .. flee"I"Ccrtulnly.want a lottery" replied ticket the;'polite ho altl.clerk. P I SYSTEM.The THe Washington RicHmond and

The durability of roods depends Florida Limited
clerk.A .
He knew a thing or two did the .
largely the -
of the .
upon power matcrlnlxof = -
Ii little thing like on old Joke could not THe
New YorK
which they are composed to resist and Florida ExpressTO
those natural lint] artlllclal fortes disturb tilm.Ve don't call 'eui lottery The Great Through Car Line from Florid:*.-Connections! ;

which are constantly acting to destroy tickets, but of .course they are much To the East via nil roll. The Atlantic Const I.1ne. via Charleston Richmond THE EAST.The

'r! them. The fragments of which they the siime thing. and Washington.. '1'b.' Southern K.illway, via Savannah, Columbia
out the marriage license CHicago and SpecialTHe
UlUxl Florida
Then '
[11'r J are constructed are liable to IM attacked anal Washington. -
and collected $3.-CbJcugi>
V In cold climates by front and In TA the West Tho Southern R', vl'I' ..lesup Atlanta and ChattanooRO.: The L A Florida Limited
all cllmatfti by water anti wind. If 1U x, vlt Monteomery. The Southern" H'y via. Savannah Columbiaand
': composed of stone or gravel, tbe par and .Towels. Asheville. The M & 0 R'y ,MontRomery.l .' TO THE NOXTII AND WEST.

tides are constantly grinding: against Jewels, candy, flower. m n-that In the East via Stenmnhlp. .Vit: Savannah and Ocean S S Co for New York, .
I each other and bt'lhif; exposed to the the order of a woman'* prcforenceii. 1U Philadelphia And Boston vl t Snvauunh. and Merchants A Miners Line
pt'' impact of the tires c>f vehicles and the Jewels. form a magnet of mighty! powerto Transportation Company for Itattlinore." hUman Sleeping to Cincinnati 'f3<

I feet of animal. Atmospheric agenciesare the average woman. Even that great- To Key Vest and llnvnnn via Port Tampa and renlnniilar A Occidental Steamships\ Asheville through "The Land of the Sky."

also at work decoiuponlnK and disintegrating ++ the 11111 Il'rlill. It la obviously in the strenoua elT'rt. to make or save Atlaitlo and Plant steamship lino for Halifax. ITawkcabury and Charlotteatown.wxN'Tiii. connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
4, necessary therefore, that great care the money to purchase them. If n woman Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
be exercised In selecting; for the surfacing will risk her health to get a coveted gem : : TC>UrLJSTS: : TIO:13.ETS: : trains

: of roads, those stones which are then let her fortify herself agalnut the. In- will ha nn sale thrnimhont the Northern\ Eastern, AVestern" and Southern States to Ask for .
}lens liable to le destroyed\ or decomposed shnousconsequencesofooughsooHaandbronchial' the of all FLORIDA KKSOUTS, via the Plant System during:: the season of JOI.llOf.lIm-! ) : Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.H.

t .by these physical dynamical UoHohee's affection Herman by regular It use will Itod to return until :May :iilst\ with llboial stopover privlledees\ In Florida.
Dr. Syrup. of the north sent to the undersigned will be
chemical force. Addresses parties In liberally supplied -
promptly arrest consumption In its) early with Information and handsome advertising matter. F. CAREY FU. P.... AU loa W. Bay St, Jaclsooviae, FU.
stages. and heal the affected lung; and
Aa raUa..C.;: of .oo/MR qronchlal tubes and drive the dread disease For Information as to rates, steeping car reservation etc., call on or write to S. H. HARDWICK.
Ascum-You don't care much for society from the system. It!III not a cure-all,
do )'ou' bath Is .a certain cure for coucha, colds F. M. JcJllyt Division Passenger:: Agent./ Go CT.I Pawccecr Agent AM'. Gal P*..

r' Crabbe-No. Society Is nothing bat a and all bronchial trouble You can get 133 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, FUu, WfliMnjIotij D. fJein AI1aAIa. Ga.

1 ridiculous school where every nobody Dr. O. O. Onen's reliable remedies at B. B. W. W re n n v Passenger Trnfflo Manager Savannah Ga. ae.*r 15. 19O3. .
t'' U taught to try to be somebody.-Phll. R. WlUon A: Son's. Get Greeni Special
of adel JUa Press.! Almanac. W. B. DENH AM General Superintendent Savannah Ga.


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'=AN ON-TfY.-IY R=:VER 14IAN:. :: : eO'J'EJ: ., The World's Famous Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio. I


1 J. G, BAST, Proprietor, up '

I ) t y f iltt >tA ''f T ".}
e ,
rsrr "v' y1rV ,4 V I '

a 0 1 0 r '',l1% r
1 !v' and FISHING." 3 r

"' ::!' k1P'.:" .
.: ::; ;,'sa
r'"I yz. :-----'G----:: __ Rates: $2.50 per day.
r v1?" 4 l lf
$10 and $12 per ,week.

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OppOilte postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- i ,,1 .

Imuled. Newly furnished; throughout. Liberally conducted . ,

and ti to F s 4 v
Bales f2,50 per day up. I

B. W. SPERRY, Propiletor.IORELAND .

HOTEL West Day and Cedar Street .

'; r ,( ,
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open.

led this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water

| lathe, Elevator eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All M

I Rreut curs pass the door. Rates $2.00 to 2.0 per day. *

Mrs. A. J. \V ALKER, Proprietor. 1'V

y r :

Windle 10 East Forsyth Street.
K JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ft,atnl Minn Entrain", ROlfe and Front, ,"Io'h <}allf/ ,..*,., hotel \'irrori/. HT,' 'f/'k Car Tirmiaalat /Ifft.

South tide ot Put-ln-Uiy I I plan. Dining Cafe new and flret t-class In all
European ; appointments.
the water nnJ live hundred l feet from li. The Urgent sail most handsomely fuiuUlied "U.MMER HOTEL In the WoildRenowned I
( Outer of city. Near all oar lines. Open for rooms November 15th; l for tho standing: of Its patron, for Its dimensions and magnificence, for Its superb cnl..lno and ndmlrnble service, for the lavish provisions for

I Cafe, yovemberlJOth.: Rooms, one'person one day $1 and up; by the amusement of Its guests. It in universally acknowledged that It possesses the attrtbmeH that appeal to particular people -ntiiluubteil liixuiy' and comfort Bud superior

I reek, H,50 and up. appointments, location and ubsolute absence of momjultoo To the pleasure) loving Bummer tourist It stands for all that Is most enjoyable, The beetpatroe. :1
C. B. SMITH Proprietor. ized and grandest hotel on the (Great, Luke The scenes and environments are enchanting, conducive of lent und comfort i I
Why not spend your siimnior vitotilon: here there'? Oren; for season IOOJ!, June M>ih. \Vo want' to scud you our souvenir folder, ruto cm'..1 i and testimonial book.

:se: :: NEW VICTORIA:: : Atdress. T. W. JoOn.n< : >, rl.Y" c..0J30rn1.1.1rn11ng01"I: \

Cor. Main and Adams Streets., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. After June 1st, Put,in-Bay, Ohio. .. .. .. .. .. 7.M: :Monrun Mt., Toledo Ohio. ,I ,:
1 Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths; free -- -
AYTONA.. MIMCItllT, Men-It, 1..lullIl.I .
bus. Rates, American $2 to $3; European rooms 73o and upwards. Special I ;i

I rales to commercial travelers.. R. BIXLER, Proprietor. Hotel Riverview ON': INIUAN HIVKU.

The Grand Atlantic DAVTONA, M.:mUT1', FLA.:

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLOIUDA.DAYTONA'S On It g'i Pino Land llenkh, comfort and spnit. No butter Hunting
and Fishing lu Honda.! Miilplnir blinmlng/ Until tin yachting.

e Magnolia I
9 Opened for the season of IIJO) :!. 13 A U U\I.IIIO .
Capacity, 20.* Modern all its appointments Large, uany room. Baths. ,

A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More KOOIIIH Billluds. South-facing sun mulors. Verandas and lawns. Bunting and ftsh- Hotel Granada EAU CIALL1B, FLA.

most of which have a Southern ExpOHiire. They are newly and lug from pier in front of house. Semi l for booklet. On Indian River

handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private JAN! A. JpIIXSOV SONS, Proprietors.StlAlilIEI The Hole' Ginnitdii. I 1..ln"otetillt Kail Gallic, Fla., luamiles: south of Jackson,
Baths. The dining room bait been enlarged to nearly twice Its for- vllle on the "">"l eb.IN of the Indian River nni-xut-Mrd boating, hunting and
mer nine, and various other Improvements have also been made at an ., lU'ilng' Matclilon clln..uelIIUl'l1, for lh" ....tlllt ,..."t". A llrsl-class' hom.
I:. Ilkn hotel. 1 hates, $J,CO to $::1 let |par day .spfplnl I'alt'.y' month or IIHOU.
A llist-class Orchestra will furnish l
Expenditure $5OOOO. ,
OlenIII the jpar. Address l ll.KAHON Illiois., Eau Oaille, Fla.
munio twice daily. Rates $2.ilO\ to $4.00 per day. Special weekly and
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monthly iales. ,Special terms to parties Hotel Colonnades Clarendon Inn. I':U I'N.
PALMER & McDOWELL l'roprletora.nRIDA .

On.T e'Rlver. On-1'he-Ocean. The .
Netherby EVEN, On-Indlnn-Hlver FLA.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Rates, f.1.50: per day and up, 'S17.">0 to Rates, $.'.,10; per day to $3. $11.00 to .
HOUSE The Old City lIy-theSea. $3:1: per week and up. $17.30 pur week. One of the loveliest locations on tho river. All modern I Improvement .
Cuisine unsurpassed In any hotel In Electric' Lights Furnace Heat, Uptod.itrt Mot nod cold biiths. Sulphur| Mprli.g. Kxn-llent; drinking water.
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. > flinty of fruit and lee Fish, Orllllod, fresh vegetables In aliumlancx. .,, '
This popular house I I. most'centrally located. Has all modern 1 Improvements Florida. houne Northern cooking. Iluuoe linndNunifly furnished. with all the
btoam Heat, Electric Lights| Beat of For those desli'Ing the Sea. the Claren comforts of a home lionts. Trnlns stop at Riixton Ntstlon on the
Including STEAM HEAT. lias more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSURE Service. don Inn has the finest location In FIt>l"Jda. plantation Plnrappte district Mrs. M. A. CUHTIH, Manager.

than any hotel in town accommodates 2..o. -- -- ,
; Orchestra at both houses after the 15th of January --- - --- --
RATES : $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates. Take train to Daytona then 'Bus across the river to the hotels. WEIT J'AI.ltl III: CII. a
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. POST A: GILL, Managers.

Up-to-date and modern In all Its appointments, with larva, airy rooms, wblohnlll
appeal to the comfort loving tourUts. Hltnnteit! directly: opposite the
)loolia Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. BAY VIEW HOUSE HAWKS PARK FLA. Royal Pulnclana, commanding a magnificent view up and down Luke Worth.
Springs (St. Johns River.) The house has been thoroughly renovated, and Is under DOW management.
Good home-like and comfortable place. Patronized bv companionable peo Superior onlMne with northern white waitresses Hunting, Fishing, lloatlog,
X miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and riversteamers. pIe. Good table, home OIJO"''nil. Fresh milk sal vegetables. Warm and com aeo..nd to none. Kates, $4 to.j[ per day. Special by the week. For prospeo-
Open fireplaces in all rooms. Steam heat. Elevators. Electric lights. Pure fortable room... Excellent fishing from pier In front of lintel. Rates low. tim and Information apply to J. C. SUMMERS, Prop.
Wring water. No mosquitoes.-. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, > Ishlpg, Shoottalt. WM. TUNHTALL, Proprietor. .
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Two swimming pools and Vapor Baths. $" .() per day. Special weekly 1 .
-- -- -- -- --- -- - IAMVI 1IIACII.
glee -- O. D. SEAVEY Owner and Manager.
-- ---- I Everybody TheLargest

- GREEN COVE SPRINGS. CUS: """;-3 n Goes to... The} Palm I Beach Hotel

Next to I In the World.

.. Rate $'.1111 per day and up Special monthly
tnder new management. Flrat-class In every respect. Hot Sulphur Bath 1. :zi Ibxtma with or without private hath., Located next 1

Hotel located near Famous Sulphur Spring. Rates, $3 per day. Special: rate INDIAN RIVER, :Xt-OOltlodKO P1n. to Polnclana Hotel!, with beautiful rotunda 165x85: ',

by> the week. "Write for folder. GEO. L. WRIGHT, JR., Prop. overlooking troplc"IIakeVorth. Close to ocean
GREAT and alI\ the I other attractions: and sport of this most
TW ilusat'Tbe Wlddletown: Springs Vt. "THE ORANGE GROVE '
- Mountvert, RESORT OF FLOKID" 1 "I"';' popular winter resort In the world. Our porter,
- X. + with bicycle chairs meet nil trains at Polnclana sta

_ P ALA TKA.e A handsome modern hotel, located on the bands of the famous Indian fi{ ..., -. -" .'' tion. Splendid! fishing and shooting. '
In the midst of ). bearing rtteam heat In ;tN" -
River sn "ere orange prove :v". pAJJ'l CHAM. A. STONE, Manager
every room, suite with bath; filtered rainwater; ,location conceded by 1 raoua
e Graham Hotel PALATKA FL.1t.1r \ everyone the best to RncklcdgB, ; East Coast Railway depot In the hotel Palm Heacb, Florida.
grounds. Orange! free to the guests. Liberal management and rates. -- -.----
steamboat landing, and opposite the office of the Ocklawaha Accommodation for 200.
Steamers. Rates, $2.30 to $4.00 per day. Special low rate, weekly or S. II. I'ECK, Manager :Beach Club Cafe. .
Dlonlhly. LEE R: NYE, Proprletorll. I
- 8umm Ito.ort-Th. New Art tat tan Hoot}, Ireto.k.r. Mich Leading re-
--- S sort of the meet lAkes. Open Jnn tn Oftotwr. Jl (Incorporated.) ,
UeLANI). rt
ly, o r.-;;) i Adjoining! ground of Hotel Royal Poinciana, I'alm reach, on the north. a

tel Putnam, DBLAND.Open from FLA.December to May NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.

Special Party, Family and Season Rates. Golf, Boating/ FlllbloK, antlog. 1 ; .
Rates $2 to ,.I per day. Special by the week. For loformatlon al'roprletor.CORONAIO i First-Clan Chef, Cuisine and Herf Ice.
- . Private DJ.n.1n.g 1'arlorlet .
BfiACII. Situated on the bank of the famous Indian. River, In the heart.of the orange Order. received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hour

raising district. Good hunting; noexc IM fishing) ; and a flrst-chu orchrstra. '

FLA.One Rooms en suite with bath. Steam best. Livery, 'launches and boat*. HANFOKO a
\ BEACH, a
''ell's I Seaside Hotel of the finest beaches lo the world.) Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. Special weekly rate* until January :iOth.H. .
renorated. F1 ve mlnotea P. SHARCS .t NUN, Proprietor
o' r new repaired and alt the Kates .00
management. Thereof the ": Open year $4 per day.
''k''tJ? North the finest fillbloltlrooD.III/ 100 8e" ; .
River bridge-
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the ----- -- -- -- -
first-clan homelike hotel.
nt Sun PavllloD' tac A Near steamboat landing. Five line of
pleasant bathing winter every horn month at In reasonable the year.rate Large for those who are ,10" search of rest Co See hotel advertisements on 4th page. road. Steamboat service Jacksonville, Sulphur awlmmlng pool. Good rail

'!)"tii/ and pleasure. Hotel wagonette meets all trains atL EeGW'GsmJanagerPOStot bunting and fishing. M. C. SAVAGE, Prop.
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FLORIDA VIitorsareinvited ADMIRAL DEWEY AT TITUS- Robbins & Graham Go. EZ. :S D d<:, :s C

to the Jewelry and Houvealr shops of theJacksonville VILLE LAST SATURDAY. -DEALERS INGROCERIES -

I c/l d: cW (Incorporated.) GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
;y Admiral George Dewey, the "Hero of PROD D DWe
been PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000.
Manilla who has spending the
of all kinds. We are
We handle agents for 51 \ l ,
41 W. Bay St. ; :St. Augustine winter at the Breakers Palm Beach, was deal the above line of goods and solicit I i
This own exclusively ) th i 1,1,
t lu the Alcazar; Palm Beach' tbe rotunda given little reception at Titusvllle, on company '
Grain' and all Groceries
era. Write us for prices on delivered ,
of the I'olnolaul1LMlaml, the rotunda Saturday last, when on his way to St. tl t I
L IfcT :3D:
IS. TITt /
I of Royal I'almj; Nassau, rotunda Augustine with lil. charming and popu- ? > u M I u FLs.

of the ColonUl Hotel. lar wife. In accordance with a wish expressed la the Indian diver Country>> ; Oa the St.
by tbe people TItusvllle. who
r were anxious to learn when the Admiral, Lucie River; at New River and on Bay W CARROLL:

_, \ ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,. Read What The Doctors Say. would leave Palm Beach he sent to this Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. .

: _._. .__ office the following letter: -Dealer In-
Send List.
for Land
FLA., Oat, .
W..IA.AJ.VI lit Imll
_ I The Hannook "THK JiiKAKKR8: PALM BEACH, I l
BrewIng (lentlxmen-l hare SulphurCo.bud Komma Baltimore.over thirty Md. "March 24, 1111)) );!. )f Offices at TItusvllle and Miami Fla GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETA
yearn. have tried many nmwliwi prescribed by "Chflfl. II, Wallun, K a.,
r Fatuous St.Louts Keg and Dot mum various YIel phvululano.dud hue to to eohing hm the dl.... "Ttliurillt' Fla, QEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN Crockery,'Glass and Tinware. Your Patron,,_, -"C! /
think properly: Liquor\ :: Sulphur.: 1 "Dear Sir As I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA( ,
tied Hour If lined It in undoubtedly a 'pe. requested by you, President Actuary.
/{ cilia for KctMima.: 1 have prewrilwil It for others have to say that I expect to go to St. .. .. ..
y rtjld by Mamrs.F.A. today and be.wIth remedy moot MttlHfactury for outaneom result affections. I oonMdor I have It tint Augustine on Saturday (the 20th Inst.), Breyard Abstract of Title Co. - - ---

n n R. LaotlowTltuerllleFlq. known, and ...gar.lts an the greatest, medical ever by tbe train leaving here at 10tl: a. m. INDIAN RIVER ICE; FACTORY
I' By Mr. R. L.)Motlow, Couoa, Fla. discovery of the age. Itanpeotfiilly vourn, Hoping to have the pleasure of again '1 WILL FURNISHAbstracts .
i W. A. HKAltU: M. D. meeting you and with regards to Capt. of Title' TITUSVILLE; FLA.
For Sale by J. B. SCREVEN, druggist, James Prltchard, .
JOSEPH ZAPF / Is prepared to furnish Ice In qua.ntlty-8acked or loose.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIOA. "'I aID, yours very truly -FOB LANDS INOffice Sperm! n
-- "O"'ORRIII DEWEY" B reV. ad (-.7"5". .......,' paid: sacking- for Yachts or for family use. Fair[ dealing, u,_.. molt,., '

Sole Agent. Long before the time of arrival l of the T. T. WETMORE,, l"Intpl'le1lef.l'
: HOUSE-WARMING PARTY Al train upon which were the Admiral and under Law Office of

C I'.010 to 620 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE 'INDIANOLA.By / his wife, crowds were at the station, I OEO.: M. ROB BINS, -
waiting to have a glimpse of him and If TITUSVII.LK FLA
FLA. possible, give him' a hearty bandshake.L. .
Invitation of Mr. and Mrs. James ,. Capt. James Pritcuard, president of the t Whaler's Store.
t'I I Ii Crawford, of Wcrauton, Pa., the home Indian River State Bank, had previously F East Coast Meat Marks t Jewelry
TOGNI'S. folk. of Indlanola and a few. of the visitors brought the matter before the members
still sojourning among us, of the Indian1' River Hand
vva spent one who unanimously G. F. DUREN, Agent
RETREAT,, of the most enjoyable evenings imagina' agreed! to serenade Admiral Dew-
bA on Thursday lost, and the oozy cot ey upon his arrival. Watches, ,. Jewelry; Silverware
tags which Is nearly completed, waa tax. About 3lbp. m. the train was seen ... "c::,>. ,
i Choice ed to Its utmost to accommodate their approaching, and as she steamed slowly c-2. -.
; IWlnes. Liquor guests. Into Tltusville, mighty( sliou's of joy and o s>> SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine WI1te-l.< !sand
ir Progressive euchre WAS the feature of waving of hats, handkerchiefs and flags Jewelry. All world warranted for 12 months
and Clorars.
I the evening, thirteen tables being opera- greeted the genial Admiral, who came b
Guaranteed Pure. ted. The ladles' first prize was won by off the train and received as many of our o -=:::a. CJfMall l Orders will reoefcve prompt aud careful attention
Mrs. Moore and the consolation prize by townspeople as be possibly could by -
John B. Togni :M i5. Knight. The /gentlemen's first prize hearty hand-shake, while the Indian =ag TITUSVILLE. FLO
full to Dr. Clma. Hill and booby to Oeo. ,River Band (In uniform) played the fa- ESt

I{ No. 10r: East Bay Street, Corner Ocean Sweeney. The game WAS a lively one voiite air of "Blaze Away," a tune fa- =s <
Near be old stand from start to finish. Mr. T. II. danders miliar to Admiral Dewey, and which was .a.c2 ..,..
tied. with Dr. Hill, but on playing therubber" learned by the band,. In a short time, In ='
FLORIDA. the latter
came victorious. his honor, Attention
I ._ ___ _._ __ After the game, refreshments were The mayor and aldermen of our town, TITUSVILLE, FLOIUDA. Special
-I' I served, aud dancing indulged In by all the Judge of the ouuuty court, some ofour
East End Cafe. who oared for it. (School Buard oflioors.\ County Commissioners
It I. seldom that "
a community Board of Trade, school child
'. turns out to any kind of a meeting, but ren, merchants, and other representativemen .1 '
VM, J. HQBAN, Prop'r 10 the present instance tbU practically were present and all tried to give Hardware, Tinware Crockery,, Glass

J happened. he! Admiral' a hearty greeting during the 1
"Wines, Llquora'and Clgara. Thin is Mr. Crawford's second winter short time the train ieraalned at TItus Harness and Stoves.
'Among UII. Last year he bought a lovely vllle. At last the train'moved off midst i
ANITA tSBH-IIUSCH: JEER A SPECIALTY. 'river front set It In the multitude at
out orange trees and prolonged cheers from
,,1)Ifr0ur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Pnor
'Out of town orders given attention1. built a tine boat house for his launob. the station whloh were repeatedly acknowledged
This season he erected splendidly arranged by Admiral >ewe1. Amongthe
j Jug trade a specialty and handsome dwelling, bulk- : beautiful bouquets of roses 'presented Jas. Pritcliard c& Son
headed the river front, and made other the Admiral at Tltusville, was the
f '. : FURNISHED ROOM Improvements which are assisting to one sent by Miss Kato Pritohard.
make IndlanoU more beautiful tliaa ever..llgbty The proprietor of this paper. accompanied Postoflloe-Box 212,
Cor, Bay and Catherine Sts, ; people) i In all, partook of the the Admiral I and Mrs. Dewey o '
Jacksonville Florida. hospitality of an Ideal host, ably assisted far as Ormond, and before bidding them 1.,teT 1.tu.sV"l]. -
i u. by his better half and their ion, Mr. adieu, they asked us to bank Captain
Hhepard. Mr. Crawford left the following James I'rllchaid, the members of the -- -

Bros.EAU day for Scranton, whence be was Indian River Band, and the residents of
Hodgson called on business. lie has made friends Titusvllle for the hearty greeting they THE YEARS TO COME 'S I> S_

of everyone In the settlement by his genial had received that day. Admiral Dewey have no terrors for the well insured mn*.
i GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. nature, and all Indlanola will give hima bad not forgotten TItusvllle, although It He Is1 to the
+ secure knowledge that what-
+ Marine Railway hearty welcome on his retupn next season was many years since he had visited It; ONION --White and Red Bermuda.
while between now and then the but this little token of appreciation by: ever happens his family well providedfor.
General Merchants and Ship Chandlera.l recollections Thursday evening will be the residents of our town would give him And the cost of this security' is

$l ..Special Facilities. a. pleasure to us all. still more cause to. remember It with really very small. Our rates on
pleasure. While big cities had given G IN IT IN S) Imported Stock, Just Received.> Finest Strains ofi, Garden* :
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing him hearty greetings, he appreciated Life Xn..en,1ra.n.oo.: :
1 Yachts and Launches. EASTER AT TITUSVILLE. what the little town of Tltusville had are moderate and by taking jut a policy Florida. Seed Rye and 1)0 Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barle,1.I ..
done. The Admiral also referred with
Mention the ADVOOATB wlion writing Easter Sunday was a glorious day pleasure to Jtockledge and Cocoa and at an early age tbe benefits are greater I Qj':; -Send, for Catalogue.

i along the East Coast, and everybody their residents. and premiums lower.SCIIUYI.ER ,
1 VISIT The most peculiar and Interest. : seemed to have donned their summer Their state-room on the train was one 3KANNINO: L., CAMERON The Seed Store.

II I JDK eight/ In America c. clothing. The sun shone brightly and mass of beautiful roaei, which were presented TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE,. FEars
residents and visitors admirers of be Admiraland
were out In full I by many
r force at the churches, whore stirring wife. Mrs. Dewey who certainly Correspondence Invited.

sermons were delivered by the respective looked. much Improved In health! Informed !- .
1tr rancur tarn. .
ministers.A6 ------ -
1 Ostrich Farm Co. us that ner sojourn at Palm hoed
St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, TItusvllle. was of great benefit to her; and excepting -
Archdeacon I). F. Brown held the short time she was' unable to leave
t' 1 JACKSONVILLE service In the morning; while the Rev her room, her visit was a.. very pleasant M. Lane & Son
Joliu A. Ilughen ofliciated al the Pretiby.terUu one They were on their way to :8c. I ,
church In the evonlng. Augustine to *|.on Manager J.,, U. li.tst", of the Indian from there. would probably' go, to the
: River hotel, gave a lawn party to the Cliaileiifiin Exposition uu route to their 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.*
children/ of Tllusville on Easter Sunday borne In Washington.Ve .
afternoon, supplying: them with Ice \ trust that their sojourn on the East
cream, cake, Easter eggs; etc., gratis., Coat of Florida will always be looked 1864 1875 Southern Fruit and Prodti
Tbe chlldien of the various Sunday back to with feelings of pleasure.TITUSVILLE'S .
Schools In town were also .presentedwith
Easter eggs. by their teachers.Mrs. ,
Wm. M. Brown of this place, FISH BUSINESS Cosmissit.:: : : :: ::Merclzas: :

gave an Easter egg: hunt on Monday .. . ,
when a large number of. Sunday schoolchildren Titusville U. the flistflshlog port of any ',"i.,1.; :' "" :" ,' SPECIALTIES ? ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils\ Cards anti
were present. Importance going south on the Indian :' tJ.. : :'.. H:. ':',: : :"
lover At one time It wan an Important .. .........- quotations furnished on application..

MARRIED AT STUART. place for the distribution of fish, but of WITH THE NEW YEAR -
late years the 'lie!: business has been In a open up one of my bottles of
very unsHtlafactoiy condition there, al I- J. H. OETOEX.: Ito OaTn;
Mr. Richard Stanley and Miss Fannie though ,the advent. of new blood and OLD WINE OK WHISKEYand
Parks were marilod here Easter Sunday, capital will probably give It new life. drink to the health and prosperity oi f OETGEN & OEXGEN
at the Methodist church, at 4 o'clock In There have been some changes In the friends and self during the year.
the afternoon; Rev. W: T. Lane of lciat. OIl business there, aud more will follow. These goods are pure and wholesome.
f 4 r y W Ing. The church waa filled with Invited The lending fish merchant at this place Unexoelled for richness, strength and JACKSONVILLE:! FLA.

/guests, among: whom were, Mrs. Grover l Is Oeo. W. Scoble, formerly: of Connecti flavor.
Cleveland, Alias Bryant and )Ir. Finley, out lie has been running several branch I Right for health and hospitality Commission Merchant
; who are In. the Cleveland party in their houses on the river, but has closed them I ROUT. I.. MOTLOW, ,
private oar, the Yakima, ; F. McCurdy, up. The season's fishing has been very TITUSVILLE: and COCOA, FLA.
I Fred Powell, !Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cubblns The bad weather baa affected it We Fruit
poor respectfully solicit consignments of all kinds Vegetables
Nearly 2 x> gl| ntlu birds standing 8 to 10 feat MUs\ Kyle Miss V. L. Hlbbett Frank -Early
liiitb,wulKliliiR ,HIM, ostriches. sitting\ and bad ottrlube Waters anti 1'. Hitching, all of Jupiter.The bass, trout, Spanish mackerelsbeepheud. L. A. Hildreth Produce Poultry, Eggs, Hides. hrurs,Skins, Wool, Boes ax, Rsney, Sjnup. Se
Ju..t Imtohml.tinkles church was decorated with coooanut mullett flounders, blue crabs and tur- ,
} iiitall Mauri about vlsltom.abs birds tlroiiKh!|, their owes the far, bablts,,,, ex., palms, ferns. red and white oleanders tles. When the new Inlet to the sea Is Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brandsof. Fish, Fish Roe, etc r and make quick returns the same youa-eonslgnraent'I.
plumage,eto. and ro ell. completed they will get ]lots of tnappers.
The happy couple left on the evening TAGS:::! AND STENCILS ARm: FREE.
Mr. Scoble will go north In April. His .- ...
train for Palm Bench to spend few days, lion, Capt. Fred Scoble, assisted by !lr. _
::E3:. C.Artesian. :E3.A.: 'V'EN":: : -- -
> and will make their future home at Jupiter
L. W. Halle, of Eden and Fort Pierce, Ram Brandies Gins
Well Contractor ails Taiks a daughter of Mr. will assume charge during his absence. ; Whiskeys, The CMtlMt Established G.waln and BatiL! .House thi, !'tstaa .
and Mrs. Benjamin Parks, of Stuart and J.T. Feaster Co.,successors. to 1'. B,
Mr. Is well known resident Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout.
Stanley a
..Dealer In.. Illoks & Co., are doing.a Rood: bniness. UA1JIB

r Aermotors Tanks and Pumping Jupiter. The members firm Is are a well new known one, but In the the Individual business The best whiskey and liquors served by 'W'mw: ::: A. :Bcuxs:: &: c

I Machinery. FISHING ON INDIAN RIVER. Gladwla" Walker are well known and polite and courteous attention.A .
DKLAND doing well. They will consolidate with
first class line of foreign HAY. AND GARDEN
r the Dew cor ration at Fort Piece. Fla.. ,
While at Lyratta, a few dan ago; Dr. known as the Indian River and Lake and domestic cigars. '
r Xotlce.NOriCB Harwooil Huntington( of New York, Worth Fish Co. E. I.. Price Is doing a Flour Grits: Meal and Fertilize
caught a channel bass lIe hooked him good share of the ominous, Fred. R. FAMILYand HOTEL TRADE Solicited J
IS HEREBY OIVKN: THAT THE at 7:23:: : a. m., and landed Mm at 8 :4.\. Nauman" Co. are a'so doing a good 1IPA AIILIrg Kl,.*,
t ,.,lCn..1 will and careful eT, L001rl. M0. m East Bay Street,JACKSONVILLE: ,
P( 8. In....., (Ircnit Judge app y ,tu on the the lion.nth day Minor of It weighed 17t pound and measured! 37Jr business. The trouble with Titusvllle is Prompt attention /givento
array, A. I). I'NKI for a charter Incorporating the Inches. This, with :33: trout. (one live caused by the lack of attractive hotels to mall orders, accompanied by cash Agts. forl'urma Feed. Warehouses on trotis of S.A. L. R'y. and Plant ->fSallMateoThb0 \
Tltuavllle flyiunaaltini anil Library Aminulutliiu pounder), oavalloaad a red bass, makes catch the tourist trade. The advent of
(is AMnolatloii corporation. In the not 1 iihytlval for (prof and). The iiientnl ubjool training of the fair record considering the time. : northern capital will help tbe place and L. A. HILDRETU,

f or thechlldniii nf Tltimtlllu, by iirovldlnx irvniiijultim The largest fish catch of lie-season, at'' It Is only a question of time when it will
j ami 1 library FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. Nation'sBest
o.e4 be forthcoming.-Xew York Fishing
: "theTl.r. In few
; j 1'hnrterwill, be funnel 111ml In UM Rockledge, waa brought a days
'; Clark: of the Circuit Court at Tltuiivlll ago by F. J. Hlmmous and R. L. Griffith. Gazette.
H. H. WiiBof. The entire weight was over 200 pounds.
Learn to Write Well
,1. MiRIOH 511 xo .
Otto.F UKHKtl, There were eight fish In the lot that Cool Weather In; Florida
L. A. HKADV together, weighed 101 pounds, while -
13ai: >l Gfo al. Roeates.i there five fish that weighed For 25 cents"
were / separately .
:I .... On Monday people were surprised to : tLllr10I'lIIL.
) than trout caught at
more any ;
find such cool weather In Florida, and
A small mechanical device just invented -
:' Drayln: Kockledge this winter.
I summer clothing was soon discarded for by a Professor In Ileldleburg, Gen .

+ ) raying or hauling;; ;of all kinds prompt. : Land For Sale. their winter overcoats garments. Quite while a few In took to many makes the poorest penman a ; Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored
In few
many splendid writer a days.
ly attended to. Meets all train. Stove
i wood supplied.ALFRED. I homes where the wood stoves had been Endorsed by prominent College Presi opium and other drugs, when you can have the pare Florida leaf at a five<
17H! acres) flrst ctasa pineapple land laid aside, oil stoves were brought Into dents and Educators generally In Amer- price
Titusvllle.Filter .
HADLEY desirable front, on St. Lucle river, at a requisition. The cool was due to a Send "
snap ca Europe. postpaid. on receipt FREE BY MAIL *
bargain. For reasonable terms write cool wave following down In the track of of 23 cents In coin or stamps State TO ANY Box 01 23.. . . -"
=:r- tub s are now for sale at 'v. W. LrCTt. a storm, which came from the St. Lawrence whether for man, woman or child. ADDRESS.....J .
ef .
this office 2\cta: eN Fla. '
price Tibbals
'i ; postage extra valley.: No damage was down In Agents wanted on salary or commission.
this State, though a light frost was predicted I 3W
i 3TJJT" Reading notice ads on this page CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH for the northern border. It is now EDUCATIONAL MFG. CO. ROWa.rlF'Y'SAN : .,

(I are the cents per line per week. Gallery Tltusvtlle and look at samples. warmer weather. 110 S. 4tb 8t., Philadelphia, Pa "


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