East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 18, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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:LOCAL NEWS, rived-Mrs.In town E. J.ou Burns Tuesday, of Canaveral morning ar SAM PERKINS, Saaford, Is Dyeing. -Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8. TJI: L.AKOK JllUCIC STOltK. AMONG THE HOTELS.

Judge D. I.. Oaulden has been attending -Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished. cot' -
nl Topic of General Interest. -the Mr. II. F. Gibson, of Boston, arrivedat Court at Del.ind this week. tage for rllnt. Apply at this otllce. Special Sale Monday, April 211\t. Where to stop along the East Coast
Indian River hotel
yesterday. See list of hotels
Attorney Oeo. M. RobbIns has been -Mr. W. H. McFarlantl returned \here, nt .r. U. \Valker & Co't on page
TUE ADVOCATE, -Dr. L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa, spent a attending Circuit Court at IteLand thin yesterday from Daytona, where h>e sold The A fevocATK Is now on file at a'l 1
annum, In'ad vancev day or so at Daytona, the first of the week. soma tents. A bountiful floral design 72-Imb pure the best hotels In New York city.
it;1,50 per '- week.HANCOOK'S. Table Unmask, price fU.o per yard, *Uy
'100 sls: months, countries. -Mr. and Mrs Henry M.\ Flagler paid -Mr. T. (l. Ronald, of Lotus after $1.11)\ at this sale.An 1\lr. O. D. Seavoy manager of Magnolia \

'00 per an. to foreign LIQUID SULPHUR cures a visit to Atlantic Beach on Saturday spend a few days at Seabreeze, returned all\ linen, full ale napkin worth \ Springs hotel, Fla., will open Ma fine

(hon you subscribe for the ADVoby all blond and skin diseases. For sale by last, returning; to St. Augustine the same home on Wednesday 11.75: per dozpn.thlK sale at $2.1)1). hotel, the New Asplnwnll, Lenox, Mass., ,

the year, It does not cost you J. Screven, druggist, Titusvllte, Fla. day One just as !good, but a little smallerworth about the end of May.
Civil of the F. C.
Engineer Cooley
jctots per week, postage; Included. -Mrs. Oeo. W. Mackenzie -Our efficient physician Mr. B. R. f i50: : at only $1 87 per doxen.
S. It. Peck of
allay L. C. dE T. Co., of St. Augustine, was I&nltluIr Manager Hotel Plaza,
I Me date of expiration printed upon been spending the winter In Daytona Wilson, was bayed up for or so this oa Monday's southbound train, en route Still napkin excellent value Kocktalgo la now' at his summer hotel,
paper or wrapper every week. This stopped over here a day or so the end of. week with the grippe, but we are pleasedto ti. St. Luclo. for *j3 per dosson-yours'for J.22.: the Arlington, Potoskey, Mich., /getting f

your subscrNo: need last week, on her way to her orange state he Is out again. Another kind, worth M: iU, at. $1.TJ.: :everything In readiness for the opening,

to opsend receipt iption. grove place at Canaveral. -The Indian River State Bank, at this ,Judge M. S. Jones, who left here, The $1.23 napkin Utta per ,' aen. Mud. the. big rush of buslnosa. I
UiepKentttoyou.I has Tuesday, for DuLand, to open Court, A sew 11 no of full yard whir percales
ADVOCATE: Is on Postmaster J. T. n'' !llIet and wife, place, undergone: a thorough renovatIng was accompanied by ilrs. Jones and a variety of patterns, well worth 15 ots, The Belvedere Cafe, Jacksonville
I'M COAST nnd looks and trim
now as as
u EAST news-stands at five and :Mr. and.;Mrs. H. J. Norton and children Miss Annie Jones. only I 1)) cents per yard. under the management ol Mr. Lou Cohn,
L banks In York
the following moved. .Monday from thd Fischer many New city. | peicalas. worth H coats, at only A eta. opened on Saturday List, under the most
,II per copy : cottage on Palm street to the two Decker -Mr. Frank Hepburn, of Palatka, who -.r.anll Mrs. Iloffm.ta: Allan, who per yard nt title. sale.. favorable olicnnistanooa." Mr. Cohn U
Wilson & SonhckonvilleDuval have been months
1I laylllo- R. cottages next to Capt. Buie's residenceDr. seemed to not so strangely/ while In Titus spending several at A flue sheer. linen lawn, used so much already doing aa exceptionally good busi
J B. Screven. ville a few weeks hall been removedto Itockledfce, are now at the Seaside Inn, for hemm Idling, regular tH cents ness. Rend ad. on 4th
I hotel. D. J. Di(inland wife, of New ago Uoodall, enjoying tbe itshlng.Mr. prloo, ; page.
News stand Union depot York, who have been spending several the Insane Asjlura at Cbattahooohee. on Monday, only (11 IK I cents. Mr. II. It. Shires, manager: of the New
W. J. Tucker who has been Ladies' Vests. the kind sell l for
attending :
I Augustine-Hotel Alcazar. months at Cocoa, are at home again Tliere was a meeting\ of Friendship Hockledgn hotel, Kitoklodgo. wits alllonK1"l'Idl&'s
the State Democratic Executive :2.1: cents; at this sale A cents each.
They are always welcome visitors to Indian Chapter No. 11,* Eastern Star, at their piiHuengors, en route north for
I cents River, where they have a host of chapter-room, TItusville, on Tuesday Committee meeting, at Jacksonville\ returned Any of the 1O cent outing patterns at the summer, niter one of the best Reasons -
notice ads. ten
Reading to Fort Plerva yesterday.Mr. only 5 cents at this sale.
friends. when on veeord. AH hotel Mr.
evening, the attendance was fairly ; manager,
on this page. A obUd'lIlIwloglng obalr worth 75 cts.
Sawtelle Hardeville Shares has. proved himself n good ono.
Miss Leila who good. J. l\ of :
Anthony, has been at At cents.
J!Sam Perkins,Sanford, cleans clothes. enjoying a visit of a couple of months or -A letter to this office from Tibbals, has been very ill for some time, but Is Pttoy" Carts for the children, worth 25 Mr. Wm. Catto, manager of the Tudor

I-Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, of Cocoa,' so with her friend, Miss Clark, of Day says: "JSdt n had a grand pink tea a few much better since re-elected School Supervisor cents, only lay\ cents. hotel, Nahant, Mass., who has been

a ID town a day or so this week. tona, passed through here, Monday, on days ago: and it was, like the pink paper, for Hardeville public school. We have on display this week the folio pending a Jew days at Miami, was

REXT Two fish houses on dock at her way to the hr me of her parent at a big success. Success to the pink paper -Mrs. L. B. Coalfield, who has been wlrig novultles: among yesterday's northbound passengers I

1)0 Pierce.- of P. 1'. Cobb. West Palm Beach. and future pink teas staying at her orange !grove, place at highly; pullshed, hand painted, mahogany :/ en route Jacksonville. lie was j
| Enquire
fort Kockledge, all the winter, left for her center tables.A accompanied by Mrs. Catto, and both of .?
I-At last we have had a little rain, Captain John A. Cotter, supervising -Fort Pierce will soon have a Chapter home In New Haven, Conn., yesterday. lovely Green and Gold Vernls-Mar. them expect to leave for Boston next; 'jl
and inspector of steam vessels, of New Orleans of the Eastern Star, and several of week. I
Inch tbe pleasure of our fruit tin table. r
Datable co was among Monday's southbound the members of Friendship Chapter No. -Mr*. E. L, Brady." here, Tuesday, A serviceable and handsome library .j j I '
growers. passenger, en route to Miami and Cuba. 11, TItusville purpose going; down to on a visit to relative" at Atlanta Mr. table easels Mrs. LIllie Sly, of Gainesville, ban (f'

J-Mi. J. A. McDonald, Mr. Henry M.pier's He will probably spend a day In Miami that town to be present at the Inauguration Brady accompanying her us far as Jack. A full, pictures line of, ,and etc., eta goods. leased the Everglades hotel, Miami (G
well-known contractor, paid a on his return from Havana. eeremonlea. sonville. He returned home yesterday Men's Is said that Mr*. /Sly:!\ goes to tae metropolis i
Straw Hats etc., etc. All at
of Dado with the
last.1Hr. highest credentials
ml Tampa on Saturday -Mr. Chas. W. Parker, a well known -Mr. J. P. Turner, of New Smyrna, -Praf. James.Gresham, an expert analytical prices that defy competition. and that she knows just how to .

E. L. Brady, who has been ook. citizen( of Chicago, arrived at Ormondon was in town this week, having pilotedthe chemist from Brooklyn, N. Y., Call and Inspect. manage a hotel, aa well as to please the I I
tifterhis business Interests In Miami Monday, on a visit to his cousins, launch, Anne, down from beabrneze. who Is doing some work for the F. E. C. J. It. WA1.KRU 00.Tltusvllk' palates of her nuosts by setting before \

lithe past two weeks, returned home I Mr. and Mrs. James 1'. Vlnlng, at whose While here he made arrangements with Land Department, passed through here, \ Fla. them dainty little dlbe.t believing thai

Sunday.. residence Mr. Parker's mother and sister Mr. J. P. Wilson to keep the launch ;yesterday, ea route to Miami. "variety.U the spice of lie" (
have been the winter. Ozone at Tltusville for the summer
j-Mr. and Mrs. Gee Huston, of Cocoa, spending There will\ be a special meeting of QUAY COMING BACK. Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach, un

i pleasant callers In this pfflce on -Miss Catherine Sams, of Courtenay, -Quite a number people have called Chapter No. 11, Eastern Star, on Tues der the able management of Mr. Henry

da;. They came up to Titusville on was in town on Friday last, and said she at this office ..f late, to see Walton's Self- day evening next at 7 o'clock, when a Senator Matthew S. Quay, Florida's W. Merrill, manager of the Hotel Royal ,

Mr launch was quite busy, preparing for a visit to Locking Pulley Block. Capt James full attendance of members Is particularly third Senator, whom It i waa announced Palm, Miami ; and Hotel Frontenao,

-Dr, and Mrs.E.E.Rollins spent from the Charleston Exposition, from which Thompson, of Chicago, said it was the requested.Mr. tbe other day had closed his home at Thousand Iilauds, has) been doing a uloe
until New place her brothers returned on Friday, finest block be had ever seen, and he had and Beaver Pu. and returned to Washingtonwith business since I It opened. On Saturday
Tuday Monday at Smyrna. I Ills travels the Frost and two ions, fattier ,
much with their trip to South seen many on over great
joilio did Mr. D. S. Porter manager of pleased and creditable lakes. brothers of Attorney U. A. Frost, of this his daughters, It Is stated, may return and :Sunday:: large numbers of Jacksonville
villa's jewelry store. Carolina its exposition.Dr. place, left bore Wednesday, for Dnnla, to Florida during May to visit Ms people arrived! at Atlantic Beaoh.:

I-Mrs. GaInes Worley, of St. Augustine, .- -The DeLand correspondent of the where they expect to locate. Mr. Frost place at St, Lucle The Pennsylvania The beautiful weather Induced many to .'
Jacob Feaster of
N. LaGrange! left, Saturday evening, for Chattanooga, Times-Union and Citizen, referring to owns lI'n.llo. Dade county Senator says ha always feels better when make the trip, and some were id plousod
her Mrs. T '
reompauled by daughter, Term., where he said lie was going/ to attend Judge M.S. Jones, of Titusville, says : be Is on Indian River, Florida, and enjoys with the Continental and Its general surroundings '
V JUaderaon, left for the latter's home the exercises of the medical college, Judge Jones la winning many compliments -Mrs. J. A. McDonald and through the climate, especially In the por that they; remained over until

Jensen, on Monday afternoon. where his brother Sam, was to grad Gate. for his promptness and uufform McDonald, of Miami, passed lion of the State where Ms winter home Monday. Tourists find It very convenient -

(-Mrs M. S. Jones, jr., and little son He will afterward spend a few days In kindness to all before him, being always here, Monday, on their way to St. Augustine I II located. lie enjoys fishing In the to visit; and we have no doubt that

ploor, who have been at the home of well earned rest and recreation in and ready to go out of his way to accommodate where they were joined by Mr. stream that abound tu that section of Jacksonville people will again /Hook there .

NjfeSf, S. Jones, in Titusville. for the around Chattanooga. the attorneys and interested parties. McDonald, on his return from Tampn.Mourn. the. State lie says loo, that DO liner In their thousands, as they did to this ,

two weeks returned John T. fishing grounds be found In the famous resort last summer. The Continental
put to Quay on Mrs. L. C. Schuyler of Brooklyn, -The Tltusville party, consisting of Dit>mukes, St. Augustine's can
today Southland than In Florida. will, probably; enjoy a greater
N. Y and MlssS.ylvU Morton, daughter Mr. and Mrs Oeo. W. Wcoble and little well known banker; and W. A. portions
I -At the of Hotel daughter !Merle Rev. J. A. Hughea and MaoWllllains,' a prominent attorney of Senator Quay, whom many Florldl.ina vopularlty than last year, and Its many
meeting of Indian River Lodge of Mr. Geo. W. Morton, manager / ,
attractions will
IwW, F. & A. M., Tltusville, lust Fri. Hamilton, New York city, who have wife and three boys, who started north the Ancient City, who hud Dean down at upon "he s the "third"takes Senator especial fromnFlorida all who visit this delightful/resort. The by
board Fort Pierce upon a little private business not always an
Jit; night, another candidate came boon spending the wlntervl'l'y pleasantly recently, on theuteunshlp Chattnhoocliec -
up northboundpassengers pride In voting for measures of Interestto ntimeruus Florida\ friends of Mr. Henry
Wednesday's /
kadm,seion Mrs. Geo. DeO. Schuyler, report, from New Haven, Coon., were among
and passed bis degree as with Mr. and en route homo the State, hire just bad the honor of W. Merrill will regret to learn that he
Bteotered will leave for that they had n delightful and smooth
appl'eutioe.Hr. at Canaveral probable /
hag decided
having a i> ) 'i'llloe named after him. It to relinquish the management
1 '- and Mrs. C. M. Merrick and Miss their respective northern homes on Monday sick.trip, not a person on board getting sea JOur mailing clerk ts sending out Is true I that Quay I Is a comparatively of Hotel Continental, and U will

lliWl.Merrfck, who have spent the win1ktt or Tuesday next. bliss> to all delinquent subscribers this small oflloo, being of the fourth class, soon bo takeu charge of by Mr. Walter

Ormond, left for other parts on -The announcement Is made that -:Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Whlnfleld, of week, from whom we expect to hear In but then It Is. nevertheless, an honor to Young, chief steward of the Koyalton,

'tIDrday, and expect to reach their there Is to be a wedding/ in Tltusville Fond tin Lao, Wis., who own a winter a few day. The subscription price, have a poHtolllce\ In Fiorina named after one of the finest apartment houses In I

Jwe' it New Brighton, Pa., sometime next week. The contracting/ parties are home, Seabreeze, arrived here Monday singly! Ii a very small Item, but In the a resident of Pennsylvania I there U New York city Mr. Young; Is said to
I.It moo th. Mr. James H. Pope and Miss Florence on board their trim little launch Anne. aggregate, It amounts to quite a few dollars no doubt but the l'enn..y1vanl.enator bll a gentleman-of superior quaildoatlousi i

J A."Vanlaadinghani. The ceremony will They were so pleased with the fishing at In this olHoe. Of course our subscribers duly appreciates the magnitude of the and sterling qualities; and while we regret Z

-Thecorrugated, galvanized iron awn- take /place in the Titnsville Methodist this place, that they made up their mindsto are well aware that this business honor. Quay I III located In Brevard coon / to have Mr. Merrill leave, still we

Mfor. the brick score of J. II. Walker & church, next Wodnesdiy' evening, April stay at the Indian River hotel until cannot be run on wind. ty,. IInd'w formerly, known a* Wood;,. will give (he right; hand of fellowship to IliHr.

B\ .M this place, having arrived, It was 2:1. : rd, at 8 o'clock Rev A. M. Dslger yesterday morning, when they started ou -The Indian River Band /gave a con Young. Mnssts. Moore, Gardner.
HWkly put Into position. It now afford officiating. Miss Vanlandingham It one their return Journey to Seabreeze. This cert. Ice cream social and dance In the and .Prrpllng are among the genial office i
Bjaple protection to the wIndows of the of Tltusvllle's\ most popular young ladies, Is the last trip they' will take on the i Opera house on Tuesday evening./ There THE QUAY-ELKIN MATTER farce' at Hotel Continental: \present.
gert brick
J store along the East Coast. Anne before leaving for Wisconsin next -
and has a host of friends who wish her wits quite a largo attendance of our
I -Till our correspondents please send well. Mr Pope Is a worthy young man mouth. We acknowledge a pleasant call. townspeople, considering the Inclemency It Is stated that after month*of silence\ BUY YOUR LUMBKH; AT DUPONT

I'llielr \items nut later than Wednesday and at present Is In the employ of the F. -The launch. Undine, of Daytona Itf the weather, many of whom stayed Senator Matthew S. Quay tins announced A Mlddletou's, and save freights. ,
1 S give us\ time to put them In type ? !E.: (1. R'y. a* yardmaster at Miami. stopped over here from Tuesday untilWednusday f .r the dance, which was kept up with that he Is opposed to the nomination of

'*week we received items from down- and ;Miss Edna eo route to Kockledge. Onboard great gusto until about midnight. The Attorney-General John P. Klkln for Oov.ernorof '

"Wpoints several hours after the Anf -Mrs. M A. Sprague residents nf New York I were the following, who were takings during the evening, for admission. Pennsylvania. This announcement FISH, AT WEST PALM BEACH.

f'aArt. had been printed. We are ready Berge, prominent and Mrs Campbell S. Chappotin guei>u of the Indian RIver hotel, both Ice cream, cake, etc., amounted to came SM great/ hock to the friendsof -

| t"e press on Thursday evenings. city, ;who Mr. are classed among "the 40)," going and returning: Mr*. I.. K.'Engllch, about t.Kk; : The members of 'the Band Mr. Elkin, who did much to secure The fish business at West Palm Bench IIs

-Mr. T. II. Sanders and RobertChappotlnant. Mint Coy le, Mrs M. B. Putnam, Mrs. L. E. Jordan, ask us, -through the medium of the AD. tbe re-election of CoU Quay. not extensive; only four /firm are en-
of Indlanola Master Both and Elkin have
_)',dl. 8.Sams Kochester N. Y., who have been Miss F.':. M. olden, Miss L. A. Ripley, all VOCA.TE-to thank tbe Indies for their Senator Quay Mr. gaited' In the catching and shipping of
of all of formal
Courtenay, prominent the given out a statement. Senator
kInd assistance on occasion.
'a oge growers, were in town from FrI. dividing their time this winter between of Springfield, Mass.; James M. Lane, said Ish-William It. Healy, the Kossetter

yJ until Saturday, having come up to Nassau, Havana and all the tourist resorts Miss InelU Lane, Mrs. F. A. Hcorlllo, -Mrs. Tho. Barbour, so well known Quay"1 am a :friend of Gen. Elklo, and If' 1 \Fish Co., East Coast Fish Co.: (John 13.
and S. J. Ilutchlnoon all of South Norwalk teach and E. I.. Trimble
"foil the meeting the Masonic lodge/ along the East Const, ended their through her connection with the famous was. permitted to name the Governor: I ,
to help put another candidate visit to Florida at Jacksonville, this N. J. ; W. O. Collins and E. A. thread house of Tbos. Barbour A Co., would n.meAlr. ElkIn. But I regard hI. Co., J. J. Simons reprcsen'lng the oom-

through his facings" We acknowledge week, after a pleasant stav of a week or LI nd iierry, of Daytona. The above party of Paterson, N. J., and Belfast Ireland candidacy under present conditions a* any. The principal business that of
Pleasant: call. at Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach, returned to Titusville Wednesday evening was among Wednesday's northboundpassengers to supplying the hotels at Palm Reach and
so threatening Republican success upon
where on Saturday, they were Joined by and left for Daytona, ;yesterday en route to her flue summer tbe State Congressional and legislative vicinity, which' usually taks about all the r

J,;;Tlll. this> Editor when very pleasant sur- Mr. Chas. H. Walton, of Titusville. Aftnr TO KEVT-Two fish houses on dock atFort residence at Verona, X. Y., where tbe tickets., Melt caught except In times of /glut; then

undeome week, a well dressed and: leaving/ Charleston they will go to Pierce Enquire of P. P. Cobb., ADVOCATE follows. She was ace impaol- Oen. Elkln said "I refuse to be ordered the surplus I Is shipped away The past
young man into tbe of- and Atlantic .. been a poor one. The llshlnga
.c*aod came Washington Philadelphia ed by that charming; yoking widow, Mrs. out, bargained out, dealt out or
a introduced himself as Arthur B. City, en route to their respective north A. T. Friend, a prominent resident of forced out of the canvass for Oovernor. a Lake Worth, on which West Palm

'hen n. We were still more surprised ern homes, after one of the most delight Uanlner Flyers. Paterson' who had been enjoying a visit 1 am a candidate to the finish, and will Beach Is situated close on May 1st and
| he, laid: "I am an old pupil of have ever had In Florid*. of several weeks with Mr. Harbour, at continue airgresslve until the open again Nov. 1st. It Is possible that
ful canvass
.t.>. It brought back a rush of fIshing cruise on Indian River anil New Ginghams, fancies 8r, ]0}, 12 cts.Batistes her beautiful winter home at Eau Uallie. Convention shall make It* the owners of the large hotels on Lake
Their Republican
'T memo rica to us. Arthur selling -where the above jovial stripes and figures, .10cM Mrs. Barbour Is a general favorite at nomination Worth may use tbelr Influence and makea

De,Story!' of Stonewall Jackson," a Bay Biscayne made such big fish catches-will Dimities,. 10, 121: 15cU. Eau iallie, where she Is heartily welcomed close season the year round. They i
io r'ek iat should be In the hands of every party remembered. Headquarters, white goods to 2.cts. every winter. Unfortunately she claim the fish are being/ exterminated.The .
j 'I'ern'I' child.-Lake Butler Star. long bo Iron beds, special 4-0 .$:'.7)\. was on the sick list for a while but we Th. Indian Hirer 'on.I.tlo.. outside fishing at this place Is good;

Just ICccelved. Mosquito Canopies Sanitary, T. O are pleased to note she Is now much better Will\ hold their-annual picnic at Olean. the best fish caught are kingfish/ pompano iI
A Dixie and Spanlsi. mackerel. The Kosa
In health.IF der Point Cocoa, on May\ .' at 10 o'clocka.
QAearlold rates t I
Fla. 6 6Indian
C. A. UAIIDSBB. Tltusville ittttr Fish Co. will consolidate with tbe
Portland Cement. YOU WANT A NICK HAM, TRY m sharp All who are already enrollsd Klver and Lake Worth FIsh Co., '
received by the Bond Carload Coplay Florida Lime. Armour's Star. A fresh supply Just as members ss well as those who of Fort l'erce.-N. Y. Fishing Gazette o-
I t'marCompany, Titusville, Fla. FfvetonsMasury'sK. K. white (the Wild Aulmalu and fllrd Wanted. received at W, E. Goldsmith's. are eligible for membership are urged to ti
attend. By order of O. S. Baronies, Pres.

best paint ) Wanted-Wild Cats, Rears, Monkeys. H. S. WII.LIA.XH, Hoc. PROGRESS STUART.
Launch for Sale Cheap. To arrive next -week:- Otters, Pelicans, Florida Deer, Handbill Going to Build 'I. y
Carload a8h and Doors. Alligators Wild Turkey. -
*launch! :-s! feet long; 6 feet 0 Inches Carload Nails. Cranes lawks,Eagles Herons, Ol"is, Turtles, and Kattlesnakps. -, Write Bond Lumber Co., Tltusville, For Sale at a Bargain. The residents In the Stuart district

; ;'lU'Pped' with (S h. p. double cylrwobe Carload Pineapple Y raps.Oh. Address, for' lowest estimate on your material. make great claims for their portion of
Gasoline Engine Yes! I can fill your order. TIIK FLORIDA Out men FARM All of block 27. In tbe town of Titus- the East Coast 'a* a j great pineapple
: ,
lie. I!: dynRmoi ville FIR located between the F. E C. district and where the
ervthln and GKOB E F. l'ADI'I>lOof. growing: a place
complete ; Jacksonville\ Fla.Kockledtfe .
!aeolagorrler. Address, Eau Oallie, Fla. ISapl Empty Hiijjur: and Rice Harrel. Railway"" depot and Ice Factory; price, citrus trees grow to perfection. They l

2t $|7'' 0 or!), buildings on same are worth make the claim from actual tests of tbe t
W. H. HA mm, i
K For Sale. !, Indian River, For sale. Address. the money. soil and climate In the growing; of these I
Tibbals Fla. Lot
Cottage atlll WALTKK: A. MOOBR:, Also Hi<<) acres of line Land f of a mile roiluots. The pineapple Industry Is

.. 10t-;;;Indian' River front, Has one of the most attractive and best 8 George St., Charleston/: C. south of WoHMlley station k'.. E. C. Hy. makIng rapid strides. forward, and tbe

house for Sale. Cottage and of Major F. M. stocked stores along the East Coast of runs acrosM west<< part. PriceNx.00. planting of citrus trees Is Increasing at _
between the known a* the Florida. You can find everything yon Iruylng. Vacant town lots, with cottage, at rap-.d rate. Bee culture also Is an important -
lnu'!"if') Broomed house, with ser- ESSer and S. F. *700; terms, halt need at this store. All kinds of fine-gro- tort Pierce, the fastest-growing town on factor there and yearly many

o,tbe'ltuartel'1lt moet beautifully situated place. Price, at 8 per cent.: ceries and western rneaU. Praying hauling) of all kinds prompt. Indian Klver. tone of hooey are sent Nortb, which j
bank of the Indian River. cash bala e onto tgitge Particular attention paid to the) needs I y attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Call, or address rings good return on the moneY In vex

4es P-onnds. 1200. Apply or ad- Apply, or 31. ROBDlxs: of yachtimea and cruising parties. wood supplied. A, C. DITTMAR ted. The vegetable Industry In also mak-

V1t.L&," ADVOCATK Office.Titunllle Titusville Fla. OEO.: N. HATCH, Prop. ALFRED 1C AI>LKT, Tltusville. Fort Pierce, Fla. log a rapid growth.-Tbe lJolu..eeker.i r



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should milk? It n, wlwleniennor, to stave. WATER AS A ,RfeJUVENATOR. '
.. wa upon any publla liljitiway/ with a narrow ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFINi I

I GonStdCIi .- tired vehicle five yearn after the! Demonstration at Meeting of N*>..v In every town

\ AQr I w:: enactment of the law would work no York "..etarlan Slety. and

barm to any one. It would result in'a Tatp considered. 4&8 a rejuvenator! village

r< AJVOCATEt complete change from the narrow to wus the novel feature of 41 taper uti may be had CCARANTEED FOR 10 TEARS. GOOD FOR 25 TEARS.

i -- .. the wide tire ou all vehicles Intendedfor "Tl>v luflueucw of Water Upon Health ) f
.. currying weight and make tbe and Lou *vlty" read by Dr. A. L. r"i1' the WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS I

." building find maintaining: of good Wood at the nieftlUK<< of the New York "1

roads n practical proposition.! Vegetarian society held the other evening t.

f NJ : Then would deem to be no'good reason ut t2S Cant TweuO'- ''slitli street Mica

why the wheels of one wagon manufacturer says the New Yak Evening, root. The Carder-Campbell Compan:!

could hot be made to flt During: the post year be'auld that he
those of all wagons./ If this were the had taken about\ oiit cullou of dlwtlllod Axle .. f
case, when time dote came for tbe nboliHhment water a day wIth tbe result that bo ,1 Shack :No J, Footot Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I
of nil narrow tires the few had become stronger, beulthlvr and

who still bad wagons furnished with more elawtlc and flexible! In joint and --=-Southernktelliog Agents for- 1
I that kind of tire would have only' to muscle. although sixty-two years of Grease .

purchase n new set of wheels to com age, than he hud been since boyhood; WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and wAHREN'8 CRESCENT BRAND GUAi

i ply with the law and be demonstrated his flexibility by -- I
I "As to the benefits of the wide tire' plaolni the palms of bin bands, flat Jor"e that makes your ROOFING Cfibot'Vgblngle Stains and Deadening Felts. :National PaintWorks' '

1V over the narrow tire, discussion on the floor without bending bin
upon ..
t horses glad Structural l and Technical Paints r
that point Is needlews.' Every one whoever knees and by standing on one foot and ea

t gave the subject a aiorueiit's putting/ the other to bin face: lie hadstood DsRONDE'S "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT. r
thought: l is convinced of the great superiority Inches In \
on a box eight heightand
5AfI _. .. .
hHveftIrA5 settled -- --- -' --- -
wide tire. --
of the Only n -
A touched the floor with his fingers.' Thousands nave Kidney Trouble
habit and the trouble and expense The results were produced by the poW-
necessary; have put forward the elm nice. : erfufnoMent properties of distilled! water and Don't Know: it. H.1T2TE BROS.: S j
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"It needs only a simple bit of leglalntlon In removing from the system! the How To Find Out.

to sweep away this narrow tire, deposits of lime and other earthy salts Fill a bottle or common glass with your

the greatest menace! ,to good roads. and minerals. which "bring on premature water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a Wholesal

With wide tires In universal use tile burdening! of the tissues.Dr. sediment or set. Bottlers
of Wm. J. Lemp
.:'NARROW TIKE EVILS work of Improvement In the roads Wood! said that neither bolting thing Indicates an -
could forward with practical re- unhealthy condi St. f 1
I -- go nor filtering rendered Impure water Brewing Company's
sults. But unless there is something tion of the kid- "HThiskeyFor '
i1 /
GREATEST ENEMY TO MAINTENANCE, all safe to- use. Boiling did not destroy neys; If It stains( Louis Beer. Keg Trade j
done to bring about that change ,
nil the worst disease germs but con S linen It.1s < ,
OF GOOD ROADS. other plans for the Improvement. of our densed the other Impurities. In the vra- your evidence of kid ,Our Specialty.., T-Io'l1S@-us'9;

-- country highways must fall. ter and made It ,more Impure than be- ney trouble: too

Illghway Surface Speedily! Gave fore. Disease! germs breed" with great' frequent desire to
War Under Their I..rl"o..tRo.d ''"A neighbor ran in with a bottle ofChamberlain's rapidity In the best filters and pits pass It or pain In Wort StrooarTELGF3.Sc
i Colic Cholera and Dlar- 1S346 1C; 1250 .AdL\D1S: ;:
the back Is also
1 Improvement Demand TheirS through with the water. The only safe
l'heoaJemedy when my son wa suffer convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder -
Abolition. "VILaTa13 FL
to for drinking and }
water cookingIs
use ,
ing with severe cramps and was given up are out of order. .
w 11. P. Holland' one of the oldl'lIl7 nettlerij an beyond hope by my regular physician, that purified by distillation. What to Do. I .,

i of Rockford, Ill., \vns Interviewed who stands high In bill profession. After There Is comfort in the knowledge so
..... .....e..e e
d not long ago .by the Chicago .\mel'lcl1l1on administering three doses of it, my ion MARVELS OF THE FUTURE. often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
regained consciousness! and recovered entirely Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills
I the question of good roudw< and every
within twenty-four hours," says K, Dow. Tells of New \Vonilers wish In rheumatism the'
Charles curing pain in
tlielr maintenance.' %fr. Holland tawm/ Mrs. Mary hailer of Mt. Crawford, Va. of Wireless Telvirrnphy. back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part : $3.20 isgg';;::4 Full Quarts !;

by saying/ that the narrow tire was' the This remedy is for sale by all druggists Charles It. Dow spoke of the discoveries of the,urinary passage. It corrects Inability
greatest enemy of good roads. and medicine dealers. to hold and
water scalding pain [n passing
In wireless telegraphy a OF THE (
"I bare been practicing law In the It, or bad effects followlnt use of liquor .
Hock: river valley nearly halt a century German 'Illr/liOny Cukes. I' at the ninth annual banquet of theMannfacturerrf' wind or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant

and have seen the effect of those narrow The custom of having a birthday association of New necessity of being compelled to go oftenduring Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey I
York, wbleb.was held the other night the
tires with which yonder wagon la cake ia widespread in Germany. I day, and to get up many times
i fitted out and I ant convinced tWit know It for certain that it is prevalent says tbe New Yorlc Times, at tbe during the night. The mild,and the' extra.-. C..
Union League club. Brooklyn. ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon marks to indicate oontenti, which
whatever action be taken in an in Hanover Wa ihlp la Plain Packages no will t
may in the province of Saxony "You will soon be able" he said "to realized. It stands the highest for ,Its wonderful Told all comment. When J'Oltt!!: it and test it, if it Is not aa".f8otoryl rot urn
endeavor toImp'rove the roads of the and the mark: of Brandenburg.' Aa cures of the most distressing cases.If It .(our expense and roar$3.20will be cheerfully .key la lI -
country will amount to little unless birthday file dispatches In Brooklyn to be sent as good ... any(3.00 Roods in the market. -We are close at hand and can give" 1oo
many lights as the one whose to ships far out at sea." you need'a medicine you should have the you quicker delivery than distant bonnes. We have been doing biminnss In
.I there la first loglslatton'lookln toward it is has years are stuck around the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes. bin. city and at the same stand for !*O jr..r., and a. to oar responsibility t
it the Abolishment of narrow tires on ve cake, or the Torte. a thick one In the He declared that It la Impossible to You may hart a sample bottle of this and reputation for honest dealing we refer yon to any bank or merchant bare
teal Marconi messages, as many be- or to the editor of this paper
hicles. The, farmers generally recojrulzo middle, called the Lebensllcht. the light wonderful discoveryand
: this fact but as long as there Is of life. For persons! advanced In rear lljeve. as sending and receiving Instruments a book that tells "' SOLOMON & LEVI
are tujiod In harmony, and there more about It, both sent 9iW.iw P. o. Box 33 I
no concerted action among the ,munufacturers one candle1 must! do Is a possibility of Infinite combination absolutely free by mall
as well as among the users would be required, or a skillful NOT."!!i-We par exprewi ehnnrns to all points reached by the "Sonthorn EuprwuiOnmpiiny .
many He said address Dr.. Kilmer & ..... ," other to iiolnWwtmra
in tuning. : noms of S..R. but to point on llnesof express companies we prepay only
of vehicle little will be accomplished. lady expresses time exact numberof the Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention Southern Express Comptmy tronHfara. to nald. other oompuny. We vnnnai ship
'Tbft Isolation ships on ocean O.O.O. Price hat for other goods on application.When. writing plena*mention this paper.
The common highway Is the farmers' XX L).
in Roman figures ( ,
yenr / ,will soon come to an eud. Ships too. reading this generous offer In this paper '
only outlet to the liipplng point on When Moltke completed his seventieth -

the railways. Over this highway must year during/ the campaign of will warn be kept them safe of the by a approach tiny Instrumentto of other .........................

be transported nil the agricultural 1870-71 Crown Prince Frederick William -
products of the'country not fed to live later on Emperor Frederick presented ships. Travel on railways! will be made
cab Sour Stomach
him with a cake. adorned with will Infinitely curry safer nn Instrument ns every and be able o :a 'a s. ::: sz az

seventy he lights.she who celebrates hIs orher to talk with trains on the road ahead SIT, .*; olo w. Borst.. JACKSONVILLE. *. FLA.
Only or and behind It. Armies and navies will "Mter I wee Ivdansd tom try CA.CA.InaTn. .
birthday may put out the light of orders. 1 will never be without them lu the boose.
under wireless
Ill la done by any other move My Ut r was In a very pad shape. and my bead
life. unluck711
"The Associated Press will be able to ached and I bud sumach trouble Now. slnoe taking
member of the family.-Note* and bulletin messages In Chicago to be sent Ca.earets.I feel. II.... My wife lias also used. 4
i tliwiu with benenols.1' results for sour stottisob FULL
Queries. Instantaneously and coincidently to a Jos. KUIUI.I.NQ. ttttl Countess St., ilk koul., MOo I FULL

t t HerMne Cures thousand American cities. Marconi '

Fever and Ague. A done will usually! may have unraveled the great secret of CANDY l i

stop a chill, a continuance always cures tbe universe, and your shops'and factories CATHARTIC EXpRE55 EXDRES
Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud, )lIdlotbll\o. Texas may b e run soon by Impulses PREPAID
May 31, 1j\II.! ) writes! : "We have needllerhine from the coalfields of West Virginia.It PREPAID

.. in our family for eight years may be a potent force which will -JA ( 20
and found It the best medicine we have bring about an Industrial revolution rsAoe MAR. stalaralMO $
used for grippe, bilious fever,and l
ever ", and aid in bringing! about the complete. III tl r
Wilson Son.
malaria. 50cU at U. K. & "
brotherhood of mun.

Incentive to Haute. I Pleanant. Palatable.. Potent. Tint flood no S Qty .5" I
i Good For Itlieumntism. Good Never Dluttsu. Weaken or Gripe. lOo.iua.Uta. .
When I male Into the yard
the bulldog showed Ills teeth. Iastlal1 I wag taken with a very severe l.rll.s M. wl, <,.....,. E........ ..,....eI.. ... ..... t11ir0"TO"BAIT I Do
'rOA'ltles-Alld wlmt dId you do? attack muscular rheumatism which
V stock. It is also the pleasurable drive showed caused and""* Sold' and 'arunrantend byoOall' drug.FRRY'3 _
Dusty-Tbe (proper thing I me great pain nnDoyance. gl.u to VUJU1C Xo, ... '
for the rural resident ns the boulevard my heels.Boston Transcript.The After trying several prescription and DELIVERED re
,J a anj la for those who live IQ the city These rheumatic cures, I decided to use Cham

highways should, be built In such a to do to ourselves berlaln's Pain Balm, which I had seen 'p $129
best good ]
tit way advertised In: the South Jer eyman. At. 9
1 $9
to be hard and smooth all %
manner as
is to do it to others; tbe right way to ter two applications of this Remedy I was SEED
the year round. gather is to scatter.-RIchter. much better, and after using one bottle
"This, of course would"be magnificent was completely cured.-game Harris, Agents for the I'abst Brewing Co.

work but It would be labor A wise man speaks well of his Salem, N. J. For sale by all druggists Tor _

thrown away with the present style of friends, and of his enemies be'spe kl and medicine dealers. The Farmer

p t C vehicle In use You might Just as well not at all.-Chicago News.ATTTENTSON. Wne-a Klsalnst W.. Costly., The Gardener rjDon'f Take'Pills Theytemtlpal4
"t expect to keep a brussels! carpet In The case of the People against Mur- Bind '

.t l good repair under hobnailed shoes as llnc. heard by the governor of New The HousewifeTheyeo.tantaemorw. by agitating th

to keep good roads In condition under Haven colony In council. on May day They bowels but regular action cannot be secured the liver

narrow tires. Loaded wagons with. ICiiO. Indicates) tbe attitude toward unlicensed are worth a error tlealtlinu more secretes enough bile to make the until.

narrow tires would cut up the best dirt kissing, In those ,times.. It appeared J verywbew the ordinary. lint soiuusl kind. Hold free execute their natural functionsajf \

,+ roads that could be built taster than To wfll that Jacob Murllne and Fur till D. M. rcftnv.. co. ural agitation,caused by cathartics, ) :
they could be repaired with all tbe often physical prevent warning a serious Tuttle hud been caught kissing each Detroit Mloh. continual: and Increasing doses to

force In the country. It Is simply:non- illnem.. When there are other. attain the results. Ut1'natn

1,9! sense to talk of having good, country oppressive fullness aftereating Jacob fried to throw the blame on
, roads as long as the narrow tire are bitter risings,
Q' he she bad "wltli
t 1 bclclilna;, headache: dirmi- Sarah, saying thought
used. ness, nervousness wit intent let fall her gloves." Sarah denied on the
;; "How could this The Largest and Most Comnlate .
be remedied m.atal.lul'- tbe Intent. Jacob then admitted r liver j cures Chills
i ; <; short of enactment KlahnerM. prompt attention
I "Nothing legislative should be given to that be "tooke her by' tbe hand, and Establishment South. e and Fever and every form of
looking toward tbe abolishment
I the condition of the digestive they both sat down upon a chest but Malarial Bilious, Remitting: and lour-
of narrow tires' on all vehicles Intendedfor and nutritive syatems. he her sbe kyased 1
whether kyssed or GEO S HACKER & SON of the
freighting purposes would bring Not all these Fevers, and, by coins to the seat
him be knows not for he never thought
And that symptoms will occur at permanent cure.
about tbe change. without
once or In any single of it since until Mr. Raymond told him
T change, as I have said the building of case but any one of them I that he bad not layde it to heart as be FIFTY CENTS IER BOTTtF.II. .
good roads will continuo to be a farce. indicate a disordered
i g ought.
t Look at all the labor expended by condition of the of stomach The stern governor after duly lecturing B. WILSON acv; SON.
and other organ digestion
farmers road work. What does It
the enormity
and nutrition.A the guilty parties on .
amount tot Positively nothing. In prompt cure of these of their offense, decreed that "the
", most cases the roads are the WOrM for conditions will be effected sentence therefore concerning them Ie IF YOU WANT A...
by the timely use of Dr.
+ It. Dirt is thrown up from the borden
shall them
Pierce' Golden Medical that they pay either of a -
of the highway Into its center, where I. Discovery.: It heal diseased flne\of\, 20 shillings to the colony..
It lies In a big. soft drift. of the stomach and I

I "Then come the narrow tired wagons other organs of digestionand I The Bert Prescription for :Mslarla lWf. --. -- T .Building Lot
and cut Into this perfectlyand ..
unpacked mass as a
Chills and
Fever Is bottle of
permanent Many I a Grove'sTasteless
If knife cuts Into a soft cheese. Tbe result :; """ia -, ,
diseases, seemingly re. Chill Toiso. It is simply Iron hax aiSh :i
is easily to, be seen-ridges and mote from the stomach, and quinine In a tasteless form. No or a lot with a BUILDING=' READY FOR OCCUPAXCT: ,
'r ruts and gullies everywhere along the have their origin in adi..ed Cure, Xo Cure. Price COcts. MANUFACTURERS: OF -

highway that had these vehicles been organ of digestion. and nutrition.condition"Golden of the Sash Blinds I I';> LAND: FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
I'' fitted wide tires Doors \
with might have been Medical Discovery" cures through they The Earth's Motion. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION' TRUCK GARDE.:
packed firm) and leveL stomach diseases which have their originin or
A demonstration of the earth'arotary
"It In not to be supposed that nil the hence a diseased disease condition of liver\ of lungs the stomach, heart and and public motion J is given every Sunday In Moulding & Building Material We probably have for. sale just what you are leebtog.

country \ other organ are cured by use of the "Dis the building that was formerly the Office A Warerooms. King, opposite Settlers a
F covert" It contains no alcohol, neither church of the Conser"RtoleIn Paris : Cannon Street.Charleston are flocking In but till there U room. If you
row to broad tires. That would be an opium cocaine, or other narcotic. Il i* a
s, true medicine. A large pendulum- hung ns high as possible looking this way drop a line to
I; act so costly as to make It Impossible S. C.
Ft; Accept no substitute for "Golden Med swings with a sweep of aboutsixty ,
of fulfillment without the backing/ of lent Dixcovery." There l I. nothing else feet. The plane of oscillation remains JAS. E. INGRAHAM. 3rd VIce-PrMldent,

bayonets. Between the enactment of "just a.lood- v ab*"'lutely Invariable In space) SashY Cord and
i I I. legislation looking toward the nbollubnient "I wreck-cnuM not sleep or .'t- FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T,
and the by the
writes. Mr J. 0 u...... of Hrrrvtnan Crawford displacement
of 1I4rl.inv tires and the day RPt"f Co., Mo. "For two years I tried medicine; front rotation of the earth IK so regular hut Hardware. ST. AUGUSTINE E'Lo
; for Its final enforcement there should doctors but received .very little benefit. I lust .
a watch can be set In this way.Stops -- ----
"f .e flesh and strength wee not .bl. to do a Rood -- -
\ : be time enough for a gradual change' dny'a. work. 1 commenced taking Or I''eG Window and Fancy Glass
I' I l, ,In tbe manufacture of the vehicles and ltlen Medical Dwcovery and when I had.
taken on. bottle I could sleep. and appetitewas the Cough A SPECIALTY.Foley's JOe: PRINTING
also to give the owners of single vehicles wonderfully , fivebottle. .
and Cold.
works off tile
r f an opportunity to remedy the de- and am atill improving.''
: 1 feet in them. Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellet. cure constipation laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a OF ALL
I' "The average life of a farm wagon 1fMtlmated. by curing the cause. They do cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay Honey mad '

:' a(, flije lear A..bill that not beget the pill aabit. Price 2 cta. for chUdrtnS4fesurc. No opiates. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.




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KOBBINS, Trtttntnic: to a !finale Stun! and Thrmr* Irate : :
EOI Preparation ant' .ro.S Stow ItSbovUl .
G I Stem 'rrnlnlnjr,. Be aiadL. .
rrORYEY AND COUNSELOR the most fatal of all dis XWItcnltlcs art to be not with In. tomato For tbe tin sowlhg t>t sweet peas Do not .lf"n*receive the pwiwpathy and attnnftibn which I b

AT-LAW. eases. forcing which do not confront I the ground sfcould o boprvtmred"' anytime they deserve.. Their ailments are regarded aa purely

and United States the winter; grower of1 lottnivo. radlshp' before the ground freezes too imaginary, nr natural land unavoidable at their tune of ,.,
tlce in State and other plants\ which cuiiic to poctwttott life. Disenste-and. infirmity sJhould not alwnys be nstoct-
hard to advises t ;
fill" KIDNEY work thoroughly a
I Court. FOLEY'S CURE Is i In spring and early; summer. Uttfl- 'Rural New Yorker: writer Select a ated with oldlajraj The CA.IC* of the gray hart grandsire

QSieo at TITVSVIOJC FLA.y Guarantaid Remedyor tomato loves light and. heat and to warm, sunny spot sheltered" from thenorth may l>e as bright: : and the complexion as four as any of .

compel it to ripen fmlt: during thin and west wlact, arranging If his young: and more tij:i; arous companion: .

GAULDEN, money refunded. Contains short dark days of midwinter. when possible the rowtt Molt and west. Good Blood/* the woret ofhaalthy old ago foe regulates

D. remedies recognized by eminent Its beautiful red globes are most. attractive (:Spade the ground deeply, working In a and controls every part, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and romrnoud the ultffwtrf liberal supply of well rotted manure muscles iljstic-and supptev the bones strong and the flesh firm ; but wheni 1

physicians as the best for prices, requires the Ktmdeuer's. tuuatTOMATOES and top eke.. with stir slaked lime ami this life Staid: is polluted poisoned andl Loses its nutritive, health sustaining -
Courts of the State
; notice In UI United the States Courts Kidney and Bladder troubles. wood ashes, one quart of the former to elements, then theme: rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting:

or rite and tile PRICE SOe.and UOO. 1t r w tour quarts of the latter for twelve in premature old age aiul disease. tlemngenient of the.blo xl quickly
Lusot. n fifteen feet of double row. This eUonld shows itself in an niter, sore, wart, tumor or some otter troublesome-
-- WILSON & SON-- be thoroughly worked Into the soil growth upon the body., and rheumatic neuralgic pains become almost 1

J. WEBB, 4 and the bed should then be. covered constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities i

F n..n..v..I. with coarse manure or any kind of S. S. S. bvimjf purely vegetable la.the safest and

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, There was not \long/ since a renernblo) mulch to prevent freezing too rteppls1.Remove best blood purifier for old people. It does not shock

practice In tbe Courts of tbe 7th and benevolent judge In Faris who nt : tie mulch early In the or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies

mil ult. Taxes paid for non-residents the moment of punning sentence on n spring, and M soon as tbe surface Is but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blot: and: ;'

treats('I and accounts collected. prisoner consulted his associates! on sufficiently dry to work nlrvly rake stimulates Ute debilitated organs, when all bodily

FLORIDA.. each side of him ntt to the proper pen the- sol until well fined and sow the ailments disappear. S. S. S. is Jest such a topic its oM people need> to.
1'Jt111V1LLE, alty to be Inflicted./ "What ought we to y seed. Sow. In shallow drills five or six: : Improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. It there is any hereditary

give this rascal brother he said! Inches apart and. cover not to exceed taint, or the remains of some disease contracted ink early life. & S. S.

I D. PENNEY, bending over to the one upon his right"I a sin Inch in depth. Sow as soon .. the will search it out and remove every vestige of it front the system.

A. should nay three years." "What la ground will admit of working, even If Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help

A ATTORNEY -LAW, your opinion brother?" to the other on the-. frost I I. not out below, as there you. This will cost you nothing: and we will mail free our book on blood

FLORIDA. his left. "I should Rive him about four will-be little If any danger of Injury and skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlanta Ga.
'm18VILLE!' ;years.".The Judge (with benevolence from freeslng. In this way the ------- r

flU;practice In all the courts of the 7th Prisoner, not desiring to give you along blooms may be bad long before theycan --I-- :

Judicial Circuit. nnd severe term of Imprisonmentas be obtained from the seed! sown ,

-. I should have done If left to myself. for later blooming- Sowing for late !

I have consulted my learned brothers, said continuous blooming requires far e ,+
FREDERICK;: MORGAN, and I shall take their advice. Seven TRAIBBD TO SINGLE 8TKH9. different treatment

years! careful attention. Some of the requisites -
lIEU ESTATE AND INSURANCE, to success and methods used have GEORGIA PEACH CARRIER.

Loans, Notary Public. New York1 Tail Me*:. been stated by the Geneva (N. Y.) sta- 1 ,
I Why are there so many very tall men tlon. as follows: 0.. .r t". 0........ ott a. I.. II
Collections, Typewriting, .Stenography. In New York? Is a question often naked .........> !. t1. Fred Trod.
Thegrower must have vigorous, .
Tirusvn.LB, FLA. by visitors to the city. The peculiarityIs healthy plants to withstand the artificial The six basket carrier or Georgia

so patent that It very soon forces Itself conditions! of forcing house life, peach carrier, as It la often called. Is

: ]I. JONES, on Jhe attention of every cnmial but he must not feed his charges too one of the greatest Improvements In I I I U UI
\WADE observer. The men are not the ordinarily richly or too heavily lest his harvest tbe fruit trade since the Introduction

; tall men of six: : feet or so that one prove "nothing but leaves" until the of the Climax basket It Is a comparatively

'.REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, sees quite as many of In Plttsburg\ of oncoming of Florida grown tomatoes new package, having been In I 4t

Loans and Collections\ Chicago aa ;you do In New York, but makes his ripening crop a profitless use only three or four years. and having e
the men whose bends Hue up notices one. The problem be must solve Is to been Keen commonly In the markets

TlTUSVILLK Fl.OItlDA. bly out of the crowd wherever they check growth sufficiently to cause ear only during tbe last two years. It

are. What brings them here or what setting and ripening of fruit without la still comparatively unknown In the

I A. WOKLKY, grows them here lore questions. They ;' lessening the vigor necessary for a full west, though nearly all the large penh
GEO are so plentiful that one can scarcely crop. shippers made a trial of It this year I I I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. walk n block down town without meet Various plans are used by growers to It Is especially suitable to peaches and

}.General( \ practice in State and Federal Ing e\"el'nl.-l'iew York Letter in Fltts- accomplish these purposes. Some set to long shipments, but Is good for al-

Courts. All business entrusted will burg Dispatch.tiValks'.Vithout. the plants In limited amounts of soil to

receive prompt attention. retard their growth until fruit Is set;

I General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, Crutches. then! stimulate with commercial fertilizers i

Miami. I was much aIIictod with sciatica, or liquid manure, others limit

MIAMI, FU>RIPA. writes Ed. C. Nnd, of lowavllle\ ,t t-edgn lok root development by growing the h
Co., Kan., "going about on crutches and plants In pots or small boxes: : and oth- M1
ANDREWS, suffering a deal of pain. I was inducedto ers check the growth of the main stem
rUlES Mallard's Snow Liniment which
I try by leading out the first shoot upon '
relieved me I used three ftOcent bottles.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. It Is the greatest liniment I ever used ; each side. 1 I I
| Jfalu offico and postofflce address, TITVSVILLE have recommended it to a number of From teats at the station mentionedIt 1 I

Branch all themselves as being I baa been concluded that single stem -
offlce,at FORT PIBUCK.: persons express -.
benefitted by It. I now walk "without training Is clearly superior to three
[ Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co.
crutches, able to perform a great deal of stem training for winter forcing of tomatoes THE SIX BASKET CARRIER.
Notary Public State: at Large. light; labor on the farm." 25ots, OOcls Tbe fruits on the single stem most any fancy fruit. Plums ship and

and $1 at B. R. Wilson A: Son's. plants are heavier and greater In number ell well In this package./ So says. The

S TEPIIEN E. FOSTER, for equal areas, so that the total Country Gentleman, which Illustratesa
One of Oar vlcest yield per square toot of bench surface six banket carrier with the top removed -
ATTOU EY-AT-LAW, It Is peculiarly nerossary that,we In Is decidedly larger. It was found also and displaying Wayland plums. R M \ I

America should understand the danger that the amount of fruit ripened during The package costs a little more than .
Sims Building, of morbid self consciousness, for It first six weeks of Is e eo
the : : fruiting the old fashioned crate and II not to
JACKSONVILLE, FLA Is one of our two most distinctive national much greater for tho single stem be chosen therefore, for poor fruit w
vices, being equaled only by our plants although In many Instances tbe .
Irreverence. It Is no accident that first fruits ripened were the three 9
w. ALLEN upon
GEORGE more books are written about America stem plants.In Cures Blood Poison, Cancer, Ulcers re.l, I

concerning other land, nor Eczema Carbuncles! ----.---. --------- ---- ----
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. than any comparing plants grown In pots ,
tit WEST does it mean that we are more Interest- and on benches very slight difference Etc., Medicine Free.
FLORIDA. Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association
Ins': except to ourselves than the rest were found when the plants were .
[ wd Will\ practice In the United States of the world. It does mean that wo are trained to single; stem but with the Robert Ward, Slaxey's, Ga., says: "I ------

State Courts OjunOS BO self conscious so oversensitive: to three stem system retaining the pots sutlored from blood poison, my dead, The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
so anxiuurto face and shoulders were one mass of corruption -
above all
nnd blauie-
praise ...." I aches In_bones und joints,_burn- -Manufacturers of-
FRIES C. E. know what our neighbors are saying; .
1 J.J.O. log, Itching. scabby skin, was all run
about us-that any traveler however r down nnd discouraged, but Botanic flood
COUNTY SURVEYOR Iniino and Incapable who spends!, a few UaJm cured me perfectly, healed all the F '

land legally:( surveyed and sub-divided. wCl'lts11'011 our soil may; return home ores and gave my skin the rich glow of 1
'Mapping( neatly done. Estimates for and write his book about us .and we I health. Blood Balm 'put new life Into C 1

all kinds of engineering; works. Disputed buy It by the hundred thousand. We my blood and new ambition Into my 1
lines a specialty ure doing. great things, thanks to our brain." Geo. A. Williams, Koxbury.face a

!TITIIIVILl.IC, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. opportunities and our forefathers but covered with pimple., chronic sore on
much might we do could buck of !head supperatlng swelling on a
bow greater
neck, eating ulcer on leg, bone pains
action tbe time
N.S' BURNHAM, M. D, we use I I'n quiet simple Itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic =
and energy,, we spend In pluming' ourselves Blood lialm-sores all healed Botanic t.. ,1
FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon
achievements. S
upon our Blood Halm, cures all malignant blood
I: SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Howard Orlggs In Ladles' Home troubles, such as eczema, scabs and Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Curd) Hope, Etc 1t. '

Ear Nose scales pimples running curbiineles Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
and Throat. Journal. sores,
__ _
7O el- 3IC.
<< scrofula, etc. EnpeclnIU ndvUedf. ludlana it. Chicago, III. .
.WIST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAnouonTovs How's This. .>r all obstinate cases that have reaohe ...Mention Tbe ADVOCATB In your lettar.. .. 1 1t
the second orthirdstaga' Druggists: 1. ----- -- t
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor We Members of the Illinois Klxliermen's Asimoliitlon.
: l To prove It cures, samples of Blood Balm are
DR any case of Catarrh that cannot sent free and prepaid by writing Blood

cured by U all's Catarrh Cure. Balm Co Atlanta, fla. Descilbe trouble . '
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CHKSEY: A: Co., Pro >*.Topdo! O.
FLO.ITING F. J. ) and free medical advice sent In sealed
DENTAL APARTMENTSon We, the undersigned: have known F. letter. Tne ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing. '

the "Dentos ,J. Cheney for the last IS: years and believe -
i. him perfectly honorable In all bus. .
-- .
Now AT PALM BEACH. iness transactions and financially able to
made their nusr HTAOB or TUBES STEM TRAINING.
""- out obligations
carry any
firm.-West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists seems to be a decided disadvantage, All 5LSLL; 42i7Lp1tC 1''
Fot y's k dnC re Toledo, O. Waldlng, Klnnon A shown by the less number of fruits and
makes Marvin Wholesale! Druggists, Toledo, O. smaller total yield of plants thus checked .
kidneys and bladder right.Virginiaflomes Ilall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, in growth. ,4ikt : -
the blood and raucous n
acting; directly up The Korlllard. the variety used In I "
surfaces of the system. Price, 73c. per .
all testa as this Is conceded to be one f i.
all Testimonials -
Sold by druggfsU. !
free. Ilall's Family Pills are the of the best sorts for early winter forcing. /> *;& 4' 4.---, f*ffS f -*f"
best. The cut show plants trained to
single stems and the stage of three

You learn all About_ Lands The! liilrd'n l.... orlnfc. stem trululrg.: together with the! man & % &z-.
Virginia ,
Its resources, products, mode: of oul, The remark of cun"el In a will case. ner of pruning oft part of foliage to 64Li4
w" tion that there were two p'" prevent too vigorous growth.
prices, etc., by reading the tilt! other day
,Irg-Inla Farmer. Send lOcts cullnrltles about hlghlnnders. their /-P-7--- ,
for 3 months subscription to the great devotion to the national drink Save the Loved Onettt -7'7zP }Av

rrmerCo., Emporia, Vs.ANNER and their power of absorbing whisky Mrs, Mary A. Vllct, Newcastle Colo. /
without apparently getting tbe worse writes: "I believe Ballard's' Horeboundyrnp jjfcr tr* 4.. -//- L
SALVE for It recalls!' the old story of bow the Is superior to any other cough /Zf
-- Garscadden took hilt last draftA medicine, and will do all that Is claimedfor
-the mOlt ealing l salva In the world. laird considerable of number of lairds had It. and It Is so pleasant to take. My /% -N4.-6 ifaj "" -

In tbe clncban of law for little girl wants to take It when she ban M--- t ft. s
congregated! "
no need for It. Ballard's Horehound
4.d, BO YEARS* the ostensible purpose of talking talked over well Svrnp l. the great cure for all pulmonary Ld % d2Z u "
EXPERIENCETRADE some parish business. They ailments. 23cts, .Wets and *1 a. B. R. /a ,
and drank still better, and one! of them Wilson A Son's. <

w k about his eye tbe on dawn Onrscndden.of the rnomlnu.remarked/ fixing that nil.Bowe. S/ISH. # i 1-- lfc h& <**" -: m r C ;

he was "looking unco gash": (veryghastly "I top." said the serious man. "that ,

), you haven't been betting on the racer" r
Upon: which the laird of r lImardln'n "I hope! wo. too." said the young man L24 Ad1&. # rt;#-cA
MARKS ,. CKJIlYTrpllet1: -He has beer, wl' bU with the red necktie and the! restless A( 7. '

.. OcnorlsAG Maker those twa hours! I saw him eye.! "I i hop I will wake up tomorrow nik- I'
., .
"n A. .**m"1lnif. dewnctlon ma' awa'. but I dl.lnu iIk tlJ disturb and find out that time whole thing wax A-t- -
Oy I ,.. airk&Inlnn step
"" .In whether aD
(roe of
t.:':,:;;I 1.!'* :P"'l:> hly: .u.ntehlee roroinunlcn.AI guid! compnny-LoodoD! Chronicle.remedy a wild tines, but there's !uo use hop .. u ,
.t.rlct'f fxirttleiitliU. Iltuidbonk on fiUeuts "
WitaulujUou t
... Ing. iur..
>l "'
iJi V1" .Mnnq( fur.eeurloayaten''
'.J" taren through Nunn (N. d.k' li
"T note. wit boat char,.. lathe /2

Scientific Jfmericaii.: TO CURl!: A COLD IX ONE DAY / / / A"D..-- / -# 7J..1J Y
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. "
.M..."'"''If IHnntratiHt' .......111'. refund ,
h Nlan .r "irei-lemllla _roa'. I.rtnsl 1:a is 00 "ery boa o.t the a.nnln. All druggists the money If It falls ,
BoTdb. 1'11I111 sienataro T.J)1etII to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on -
MI 1 UNNr&'N Laxative romo-Quul.Ioe each box. :!:\cu. 4ul.. A-
Co aetroad[ New York that. *"... eelI I. a.a day
a""cb Ga : the
Um. r lit..Wramston.I"

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JAMES. PniTcnAaD, President; WM. M. BROWV, Vlce-Presl]

EAST COAST ADVOCATE CAREER OF CECIL RHODES. None Excell! and Fw Lines Equal Our Spring and O. S. SCUUYXKR, Cashier. jj

s'' s The death of-this remarkableman INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!

AwaaLVJO7RNALDDVorxDTO TUB D.V.IOFMBHT /- recently, was not unexpected.For Summer Line ,of Up-to-Date Clothing

Yt Of TH. INDIAN BIVBB, I>AKBWOHTU some time it had been known

t AND UISOA.THB BAYSHOTIOWS.KVKHY that he was in falling health, and COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

f PUIlLISdED FRIDAY. those who stood closest to him were For Men, Youths and Boys. New fa Met, new pat Authorized capital, $too''

t aware that be might reach his end IIj t terns, and tboiougbly. tailored garments at popular Paid up capital, $25!

O* aLBs H. WALTOM, Editor A Publleber.t at any time. lIe had a wonderful L ...r Average deposits, $ i00,
career. The son of an English prices. Our 2-Flece Suits were never better 9r -

Discontinuance of advts. must be made per. clergyman, he went to South Africa a pet
.. oust!, at this ollloe or by writing. and epon became engaged In the ----'" Transacts a General Ban!,

diamond trade. From the first his New Lines of Straw flats

1 Obeaic,eto., may. be mad payable. to CHABLBI ventures were successful, and he I Easiness.

B. WALTOjf publisher.Address soon accumulated a fortune, h 1 / Negligee Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery in Ladies' and j 1 : i

which, in the course of yean, grew Men's styles, Ladles' 1I1IIses' and Children's Shoes, Largest and Oldest Bank on the R
all communications to ;:
I K.VST COAST ADVOCATE, into( many millions. all up-to-date and factory made. 'Mother's: Friend : t wa Exchange bought and sold on all Fore]

TlTUSVILLK Vf.On.TDA But he was never mere money. :Boy's Sblrt Waist" in No. 84 percale at 40 cents, is a Countries.
maker. Even in the pursuit of c --
.._ .
-- great leader with us. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, i
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wealth he found time to carryon w 14 treatment,and every favor coimlmant with
i V. S. Department of Agriculture his studies. Later, he turned to servativa banking granted..
and Men's Umbrellas with one extra: rib d'
Weather .Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. politics The conception<< of an empire L
? I
make of tills kind of goods is giv ionaal nk Jacksouille Fin Tork'
in Africa under British con the ordinary h of .

The following/ is a comparative statement .. trol dawned on his mind, and became the best'of satisfaction. We are exclusive agents rraTUsvii1.Ec r'x.
of and rainfall for thE I
temperature 1002. an absorbing reality to him make; to look__at one is to be convinced that
8 -
week ending Tuesday, April. ------------------ ----- --
I -100.- -1901- lie framed the plan, not. yet carriedout no equal.

II 't DA-TK. ,lAX. MIN. MAX MIN, of the railroad and telegraph attention. THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN
a 2 '7t 4" HJ 74 "from the Cape to Cairo. It was Mall"orders receive our special

H 8 77 54 78 04 due to him that the vast province Titusville.
67 75 52 RI WI RHODES : The Clothier
4 17
Rhodesia under British
6 76 60 70( 50 of came Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime Cement
6 79 64 84 01 control. .....-
L, 7 79 11. 78 60( Some of his schemes mleegrried.IIe ---- -- -- *

8' 80( U8 77 50 -" South Rockledge..
t clad some connection Just how Eau Gallie.
Total rainfall for the week .01 Vitrified Fating and Sidewalk Brick
much will probably never be known ,
4t: Depa ture from normal rainfall for the -
week minus 0.62: Inoh s. Departurefrom ....:.with Jameson's wild raid into theTransvaal Wm. nindle and
4 : The Kathleen was on the ways this family were calling Florida.
Offices foot of Jacksonville '
i Hogan Street Telephone Xo. .
1'' normal rainfall since January 1, It.4s likely that Mr. week, being furnished ,with a new steel on friends the first of the week. ,

I minus 3.08 Inches.t Observer. Chamberlain, also was deeper into shaft. More fires in thin part last week. At J. 31UNNERLYN, General Manaper.lVIc.lVIur.ray ; .

> : r' !; > HAL. P. HABDJN, that business' than he cares to tell;; Archdeacon B. F. Brown of TttusvlUe\ this rate the scrub and grass will 'soon

-- at any rate, a blunder was made. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.N614- be all burned up. t,

w PJEOPI.E: : are complaining about But aside from.all this Cecil Rhodeswas bitt, on Sunday ]last. Hubert Magruder, who manages Ed- & Baker

? the state of the sidewalks on Julia a great' man-just 'how great The houseboat to her Fly-by-NlRht in Eau/ ,Gallie'was returned mond Day's grove at Oak Hill, Is visiting
anchorage/ his parents this week. ,
r street after a rain. Would it not history will have to tell. It ia too harbor, on Saturday last.
that earlyyet impartially weigh his Mrs. Wm. Merwln was calling at E. A.
be as well for residents of Mr. and Mrs A.R. Hodgson entertain. Hartwell's on last Saturday. /She Is improving 4O1-413 East Hay Street. Jacksonville,.Florida.
jf street to put their sidewalks in or. characteror put an estimate on the ed on Saturday evening, In honor of the ; in health lately.

dor? Even a little sand would be work he, did for his country. Misses Wood and (Singleton.Mrs. I Headquarters for-
The purple mite Is bad in some groves
better than a puddle of water to His[ generous donation of 'free Dr. Lansing possesses the finest here, but the owners are making very
wade through. scholarships to the .United States, flower garden In the town of Eau. Gallic, effective! work by spraying.Rev. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycle
England and,Germany, showed that and the plant are well worth a vlflt. ,
A. M. Dalger, of the Tltusvllle
PEACE In South Africa seems almost he harbored n o resentment fir, the fit John's church was well filled ]last aDd Cocoa Methodist church, was calling and Sundries.

assured at this writing. The people who bad so frequently crlcised Sunday evening./ Archdeacon that BI'date.own dellveied on friends here on Monday. I "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your whe
a special sermon on
i British,and the Boers are both tired .him. These scholarships will Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Paxton also Mrs. I .
would like go far toward' making the peopleof Miss Helen Blddel Wood and Miss Ella J. S. Coats and daughter, Annie, were at short notice.
i of the long war, and to the three nations !better friends.' Singleton; entertained a few ft lends at pleasant callers at. Mr Salmon's on Sun- ... .,
also -- -
1 bring it to a close. Uncle Sam Whether Cecil Rhodes true the Granada hotel, on Tuesday evening day. .
was a
has a little fight on hand, which empire builder like Cllve and Hastings Letters from the E. W. Stlokney party, Miss Mary Montgomery/ of Portland,
he would like very much to termin now at Miami, report a pleasant time, Ore., after spending about two months DUPONT & MIDDLETON .
ate. Fighting a people in their can not yet be determinedbut: and a probable return to Eau Gallle in with Mrs C. V. Jluthven, went north on

own country is by no\ means an history will give him .his. rightful about ten days. Saturday. -DEAL RS IN-

task. place in years to come.RESOLUTIONS The Princess will carry a Jolly party to Mrs. C, V. Ruth von, who hall occupiedMiss
easy and all the Powe's cottage OakcHfC, for tbs ''
Key West return, stopping 'YELLOW PINE LUMBER]
OF RESPECT. different points of Interest between this pant sonson returned to her home 'In .
THE Bale of the Plant System to place and the Island City. The vessel New York, on Saturday.We : .
the Atlantic Coast Line, recently, Lodes sails on or about the 20th Inst. Amongthe thought,: we had found a. place ,
Illver No. A A M.
Indian DO, V.
was a vast railroad deal. There i h ladles who are In the party are Mrs. where, the book agent/ cometh not, but Our saw mill Is located at Wawa on the St. Lucle River, 201. miles south of
1 TlTirsviLLE, Fi-A. Mar 28, .1V02. I. O. Gilbert, Miss Hose Rochsler, Miss they were, numerous here last week, and
mach, speculation as to what the Hodgson Miss Nelda Kochiler and Miss with the usual severity and peislstenoy.Georgiana. Jacksonville, and we are now ready to receive orders, quote prices and make quick
Whereas It has the Grand
will do In the further pleased
A. C. L. extension Bessie Hodgson. Several gentlemen are
Architect of the Universe to call from delivery, either by rail or water transportation.
of the system. Now, If the this Terrestrial Lodge to the Celestial In the party. A month's time will be .

Atlantic Coast Line sells out to the Lodso/ above our worthy brother. henry spent on the trip. I DUPONT A: MIDDLETONOosllngsvllle, FH.Masury's : ,

Pennsylvania Railroad, as some I). Archibald, who while ojournlog In Mrs. 8. E. Harbour left for her New -- ___- ...,-
this vale of tears was one of our most York home on Wednesday last after a "-
I seem to think it will, a long stride Waldo Clement and tutor, Mr. Lenchl-
esteemed brethren and valued citizens: pleasant winter in Walden cottage; her '
will be taken in the of the con comb, left, Friday, for New York.
way Therefore, Be It resolved that Indian Eau Gnlllo home. Mrs. Biubour has
i 1 solidatlon of all the railroads in the River Lodge No. 00, duly assembled do made many Improvements during the Mrs. Hall widow of Dr. Hall, of Chicago Paints.

country under one system. tender to the sorrowing widow and past eeasooanti has lost no chance to III., and. cousin of Mrs. Plum, arrived
;, friends, our m.ost. sincere. regards and aid In every good work started .10 the (Saturday. She:: has rented Mrs. III ,

deepest sympathy In this, their great bereavement. town; ber name being on every subscription Taylor's cottage. -
tl TUB President's trip to Charles. ]list of a benlllclent nature that was Walk.
Louise and
Miss Llndaburg Mr.
ton appears to have been both Resolved That In the death of Bro. presented to her Mr.. Barbour was also er were married, Wednesday. They re
Henry B Archibald we have lost a clear the largest contributor on the list of
pleaflant and profitable. It was and esteemed brother, and the community names who helped to purchase our new turned'to from St.home Augustine at Lotus.a few Their days GEC;>:J8G-: F. ]E=>>. .:]YDSTOT: : .
pleasant in that he met the ago/ I
representative at large a valuable and esteemed cltr- school flag. We wish the lady a pleasant them life and
friends wish a long
men of the State and was summer and a safe return to us the coming .
given enthusiastic receptions by zen.Resolved, That a page; In our minute fall. Thos. Sumter will have charge: much happiness.The OALLIE!!:, FLORIDA.
hw the and book be dedicated to his memory. of Mrs. Barbour'. property during her Misses Bond have purchased the
people at large ; profitable I ._ .
: Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions absence. Packman property and will make some h
because he learned more fully the be lent the bereaved widow of our Old Glory was hoisted on the new flag Improvements on It during the summer. :

spirit that animates the South:; departed brother, under the Meal of the pole on our school house, on Tuesday They leave this week, for their summer H. A. HODGES....
M Personal observation and study Is Lodge/ that a copy be sent to the EAST afternoon last with appropilate songs: home In Keoosho, WIs. Their charming Manufacture. of
COAST ADVOCATE for publication, and and due the school children little nieces, Misses Emily and Edna accompanied
the best after all. We can not be ceremony by .
sized from that they also be spread on the minutesof under the guidance of Miss Ella Single them. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lnnl ber...
up this Lodge. ton, our popular teacher. Many of the Wm.Wittfeldeldest son of Peter Witt- .
? 1 M. S. SAMS ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.Any .
and \rlends of the school and
1Ii patrons fold, of this placo, arrived last week, with
Ii HON. Arthur T. Williams, of Nassau A. A. STEWAHT, teacher were present, and enjoyed the bill wife and three children, from Penn one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
THOS. II. SANDKUS, patriotic ceremonies to the full. The The children caught the alpar' of Florida, would do well to w.ite.for prices. The aw mills are locatedat
, ie county, has been chosen chair Committee.A flag Is of wool bunting, 10 feet in length sylvania.measles while traveling, but are all getting Buffalo: Bluff, near Falatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
man of the State Democratic Executive by 0 feet In breadth, and certainly looks along nicely. We all extend to part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, F'a.

Committe. Mr.\ Williams Rare Chance. the "Flag of the Free" as It proudly them'a cordial welcome.
is and and floats over our school house. 'Patriotism
::1 a popular worthy man, -
and lore for the flag should be no mean Mrs. Brinkenhoff, a niece of Grandma
will fill the chair with honor to the 1110-100 ncres, K10( feet frontage/ on portion of the education of our little Munson, with her little daughter and ExecutedAT
'' State of Florida, and with credit. to Indian and Banana rivers (000!(>( to 700) ones, and Miss Singleton will leave a lastIng nurse, arrived last Turslay. The little Fine Job Work Quickly

himself. The unanimity with which citrus trees, about half coining into memory In the hearts of the children girl's health is Improved so much, and

ill he was chosen for this high posit bearing/ oranges, tangerines, grapefruit by this act of kindness and patriotism.Rockledge they are so well pleased with our quiet
'rl kumquats, 0 bearing mangoes, little town that they have decided to stay THE ADVOCATE OFFICE
ion was quite a compliment. Now 3 bearing avooadoei, 11,000 bearing for some time They are boarding with

a) that the executive committee has pines, 3CX to-.too bearing guavas,besides Mr. and Mrs. Baggett; at present.

been thoroughly organized, we.will grapes, bananaepersimmonsanursery
l of about lOAlsour)( orange trees readyto The surest and safest remedy for kidney
watch the political wheel turn.
bud, a few peach trees,3 acres veget- J.. W. Battenfleld and wife left, Friday, and bladder diseases Is Folej's Kidney The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
able land, 4-luch artesian well large I for their home In Delaware, Ohio. Cure. Sold by B. K. Wilson A: Son.
THE STATE PAIR should be held whart drive well, soft water?> 8-room
I dwelling,store building,packinghouse : Mrs. L. B. Chatfield has closed Sunshine
I I in Jacksonville, the metropolis of tool house warehouse, :2-ton ice box, cottage, and her :New Notice of Application For Tax HYDRA semi-dry BATTERIES. TOE AUTOSPARKER.
Florida. The State at large felt :3 acres of poultry yard. Fruit this Haven home. GEOl: R. WALLACE. Agent. West Palm Beach, Fla.

proud of last year's fair, and great year will bring *:)00 to $100 Rent .Miss Ellen Paine has returned from a Deed.
credit is due the citizens of Jacksonville from vegetable land will keep up grove. roost delightful visit to Daytona where Under Sec. 8,Chap.4888.Laws of Florida. I -
1'. A. MCMILLAN, she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Delos NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN!: THAT JOHNHenry.
i r; and the management for Eau Gallle, }<' a. A. Blodgett. ,.A(tent, pnrcbaaerofTaxCertiaoateeNor I Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Co.
bringing it to so successful issue. etc 811, ell anti mi. dated the 6tb of July A. D
Mrs. G. W. Skelley and little daughter tees,has. tiled said certificates In my office, and
We believe that exhibitors would A Cheap Indian Illver tome and Miss Ruth Hardee expect to leave hasinaile application for tax II..d.. to 1..1I1I81D United States Put Mail Routes for
a .
lew.'Bald' certificate embraces
benefits of their displays aocordanaa with
p. reap more out to-morrow for :\ home In KEY CUBA AND TUB
Mrs.kelleY'8 the following desurtbe.lproperty situated In Un.e..rd WEST WEST! INDIES: VIA MIAMI AND PORT TAMPA FLA
were the Fair held in Jacksonville Janesville Wig.JI county Florida to.wit: All of section 19,
,, This place noiislsta of acres 3S all of Section II.all of Section 14, .all In Township Proposed sailings. In effect on dates shown. Subject to change and postponement without notice
) than at any other place in mile north of Fort Pierce. Four acres r. and Mrs Frank Hatch are now 83, Southof Range 88 East,and N K of NE (. .MIAMI-HAVANA LESE. Commencing January 1002.-8.. 8. MUml.
i' the State. A long pull, a strong are cleared and fenced and there are cosily Installed in the Merwin cottage on BWUofNK'X.:\ NWSI of Sj of Section 4, Township LT. Miami.Bnnve.ln.... ..J:20: p. I Lv. Havana,Tue.. Frts..... ... .. .,13:00 noon.
pull, and a pull altogether, is the 2 ,OUO) bearing pineapple plants on the Barton avenue. Mrs. Hatch and Master The 33 said, South lend of being the'date of the Ar. Havana,Mons.,Tburs........... o.OOp.: In.I,| \r.I\ Weils. Sots. ...... ....... S:00 a, m.
011 place.! There are 2,\, acres ready to set Hobert came down from Daytona lost Issuance of such certificates In the name of Florida PORT TAMPA-KEY WE8T-H A A LINE.L'ommenclnif Jan B,1908-"S. Olivette. tMa ott8'
way to have the State Filr in Jack In orange trees and pineapples. The week. Southern Rattan Company Unless Bald Le. Port Tampa WfD""..."rl... I>lUD'.. II:311.. LvHavana, ..Wf'IISatl.. tJlloDI. .... 2.'I P 10:
sonville. The ADVOCATE will be a remaining nine acres is good pineapple certlftcataa Khali be redeemed according to 'law ofMay Ar. Ke We'Tue... 'prt..,'!lun. .. ..11.111 Ar.K yWest. ..W8d.aU.. 'Mon.... 11.30 p.OJLe.
Horace R. Shares of the New tax deed will. Inane thereon on tbeSOth day '. .. m'l .
manager Key W..t.Wfue. 'rlll, 'Hun. .1J:''M' Lv Key W..C,-Wed..., satetMone.lo+MI 1'.11I.
of it
l cash subscriber to it. land has and a frontage ft portion on Indian good River for trees.It The. Rockledga hotel, left, last week, for his and: ,teal A. IX this l IDOU.ttte 17th Wltn' day BB of ray April official A. I>signature. liRCJ.L.8 Ar.Ha.aDa-W.d.,.S..t.. .. tHone. .. 9:00: .a. Ar.l'orc Tam I'.,Wfhul'll.'SlIn.. rrue 8:311 p.m
home in :New Haven, Conn. Mr. Shares [ ] A, A, STEWART, MIAMI-:NASSAU LIVE Commencing April 1loonS.S.Martinque.Lv. .
best building site! is on a high .elevation expects to have extensive Improvementsmade Clerk Circuit Court of Hrevard County, ';orlc1.... .Miami Mon.,Weds Sats .. .. ....a:flO p.m. I Lv. :Vassan. Tnee,Thnre, Sata....... ,
I THE death of Gen. Wade Hampton overlooking the river, the town, In his hotel this summer. Ar.NasnauTuesTUurs. ., Bats.... .. ... 4IJO: a.m I Ar. Miami.Veds. Frls,8nn......
might be termed "the passing and the Inillnn River inlet There is AT TAYLOU'S PHOTOGRAPHGallery Connipnolnfg April:, loon'
house the premises. CALL Lv. Miami April II,April H, April u3.s: re) I 26..2:00> Pra
{ no on pro. uv. Nassau.AprilU,April 19. April
of the old
away South. General Fort I'ierce Is a division point on the BJP" Deed blanks sold at this office. ,Titusvllle,and look at samples. Ar.Nassau. ,April U: ,April J9,April E.6 HO: ..n.|Ar,Miami April U,April W, AprilI: 0:" a.m.

Hampton belonged to the old school Florida East Const Railway and a placeof MIAMI-KEY WEST U Conimenclna December 111.1001-8.8. City of Key West.LT. .

of Southern gentlemen, and was as some importance, with /good .,ros- -- Miami. NoneWed.F.le.........11 Lv. Key W..t.Ttle.. Tbnrs. gata..... ..330pm.
chivalrous as any knight "when poets for future! development.! here Ar. Key W..t Tu..Thllr., 8ats. .... :3 30 | Ar. Miami, Wed..Fri., Buns .. .. .. II 00.. m.

knighthood was in flower." To him are stores( all klnds.Bevernlrhiirrhes, Belvedere Restaurant and Cafe JACKSOYVILL'E FLA Naman"l hours ne. baled on $th Meridian Standard Time except that. shown tot Nassau. .local 01'
school pontollloc, office, etc. .
honor telegraph Threabrogate.previous untie". CIIARLFS L. MYERS. Manager..
than wealth
was more and This place will make a line home and Jacksonville,t I....January I, 1110'4. Jacksonville,Fla. ,
cowardice was an unknown quantity. capable of being made quite a .
Foatofncej -
rlanta. Over Belvedere Saloon, 2nd floor Opposite --- ---- --- - ----
-- --- -
It is tion. Five" hundred
gratifying to know that orange am

,, it was not the best element in South fruit treesnmt OtiOpineapple plant VH1TE'FVERmiFUGE'CREAMTl

Carolina that defeated him for the ran and be placed ovsterlutr on it.In Kn\e the immediate flahlng,hunting vi. Private Dining n oml. :Newly Furnished Bedrooms. ,By the Day, Week \tV ORMS i l !

d 9enate, and elected Senator:; Till cinity. Fort Pierce Is headquartersfor t
'.' nan In his stead. Hampton's name hunting, fishing and l sports generallly. B** *M>Vw KottlnQuuiUtr.For Bari QalOllC7.

) will be revered in South Carolina Price, *!,\ *>,which Is very cheap.For or Month. Meals cooked, .to order" only. Open day and night. 20 Years Has Led all Worn fiemedi2s.noxaa f1Mn.RY'

+ as long as cultured men and wo- Information C. T.address aicCAHTY, I .:.. \. //r4'J, :BY: ..A.X.X. zinxro-onsi': ; *.
4 _
ten live. Ankona, Brevard County, Fla. LOU COnX, Manager. rr.p"'a by- -I. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.iL .


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Palm Beach. Eden. GEORGE MARX

beautiful parsonage for the Col. S, F. Travis,, of Cocoa, paid Eden: I 1VI.A.H :BRC: >!E,.
*Surcli, l III nearing completion..ther a flying visit last Monday 4KING .

JIall l ofhOHye her cozy Mrs. George Saunders arrived on Monday .0\\1. Wholesale Dealers In

P Xfc corner and Datura S.evening J. Russell on Is a visit to relatives. IrOWDIER GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,,.

jIo on the sick list, but we
4ewintterwrlesingebullt, just hope ufillal.soon to see him up and about as .

dhieprceost, home. Captain and Mrs. ThomAs E. Richards Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

t0ppwtwelve II -tuominreelde attrao-on and drove pleasure to Jensen bent.last Friday, on business. WOVAt ...,....POWfWfl CO..MFW Vt>*.. ONE OF THE, OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

west of Polncetta- Mrs II. -.-.------__-_-- _n_________,_
Ji W.
avenue BesHey arrived at the home
of Jacksonville Of her brother, Friday morning and will Tibbals. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Katlng Potato and ('ow Peas;
'iII moved cottage for Joseph Jeff- make Eden her home for some time. White City. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

j to I Bite west of the Lake Worth Mrs. \V. H. llanls of Tlbbals Is the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a U'll\land you will be pleased.: '

building. proud possessor of a neat turnout and l is W. W. Luce who left here. about two The pleasant faces of Geo. Peters and MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
L Jefferson Is getting material on dally seen driving along Riverside Drive. weeks ago for Miami, returued home'on Ira Lainont, of Jensen, were seen on our fir-: We only :Sell: to Dealers.Melbourne. .

End b his second extensive brick Our Monday not In wry good health. No streets last Sunday. __ ____
for genial postmaster had == =' = -c. = ==
a -- -- ---- -
very exciting place like Tlbbals for health. .
KB Clematis avenue, opposite the encounter with a cotton mouth A number of pleasure seekers from

Ceunty Bank. moccasin which he succeeded In killing J. T. Waters made a visit to Palm, Stuart visited our pretty town on Sunday Indianola.

Metcalf has sold the Trop. after a severe struggle.Mrs. Beach last :Saturday; mid Sunday}' which coming by wny of the St. Lucie e
!iiwrfiuv he says was not at all"a pleasure trip as river.
Brush & Brown
to Messrs. a0lowprtlao Curtis entertained her T. Sanders who has the largest
nD neighbors he orange
of his
spent most time lu the dcntlst'schair.
the plant to Charles Bemendoifer was homo last UOODB: .'I HOUDIC.-Real Estate and T-oarm.
will remove at cards on
.bo Tuesday Mrs. In this has finished ship
evening. Amy !glove vicinity,
lIe Agent for Attna, London sad Uvunmol and l
the Masonio building. Blake Sunday. III having a fine piazza built
of proved herself the champion whist Hl"be.l'rovlll"oe.hlllloII., and Sun Fire ping his oranges.
DlmlckA: Rlegol player of the evening.Mr. The Tlbbals Bathing Club was enter around the south and east sides of his Innurance. Special attention paid to the
druggists, ,
tained last Thursday by Mrs. W. II. house. Interests oC nan renldeuta. The men In this vicinity owning cattle
IjuKiD start a handsome new pharraar.tlielr and Mrs Fred 1\[. Hudson gave a Harris. There was" a full attendance of Mr. and Mrs. Austin spent last week -- ou the range, started out, Monday, for a
I recently purchased lot, cor- very delightful musicale at Linwood, members and also many Invited guests at Jensnn, returning Sunday morning. HOTKF. rARLKTON-Will clone May 1st. PoHtchtful three days round up.
and Clematis winter >
avenue. their spot to Biwnil or summer.A* '
Litci88U8Stieet Tlbbals home last Friday afternoon from neighboring towns, and all seemedto Mr. Austin has been quite sick. but is oared. on high Ding overlooking the Indian Mrs J. W. Crawford son and grand
I It fr M. Flagler have closed which was attended by a number have had a very pleasant time. much better now. River Terms innilernte.KIIANK, daughter left, last Thursday, for their
'hIWrrhome this U"\llCaTIION.I'rolrletor.
8*r Whitehall and left place. J. T. Waters purchased last week of Mis. J. P. Christensen and Mrs. Ln- homo In Scranton, Pa. '

St. Augustine for 'a weeks' stay; Mm. Knapp and her sister Miss Slough J. T. Bevllle out Fort }Pierce a very line mont enjoyed a pleasant drive to tho Icy: Subsoilptlons for the ADVOCATE, Mr. Byron, of New York City who, has
, they go to Hot Springs:: v-a.and who have spent several months in this the pink of the Kant Coast will be
Ke horse, which be expects to use In marketIng : station Sunday evening, returning by paper been stopping for some time at the In-
dYorkspanBroBn place left, on Tuesday for their homeIn his pineapple crop during May June the silvery light of the moon. received at the Melbourne Postofflce.Mr. dianola }House left for his northern homeon
have enjoyed a flattering Indiana much to the regret of every and July and during this time there will Monday ,
gidal success with their Sprightly one who met them. be a great demand for good laborers In Mr. and Mrs. Larson and Mr. Gustafsonand and Mrs. Nlckerson, of Boston, I
dully. Their Dally News has won this section.Mr. mother and blighter, Mamie and left hero Monday for the north. Mrs. O. II. Moore came up from Lotus
Warily|er and also proved a splendid There was preaching service on Sunday MI'.. P. Jensen spent a pleasant Sundayat by steamer, Monday, spend a few days
' MtnolrAr. In the Congregational church by Rev. and MrsV.\ II. Harris was presented Mr. Carlson's, over nt the Indian Capt. West returned home, Sunday by with friends before retaining to her
:\ F., W, Weatherwax and an evening song by Mrs 1111.1'1'111'' mother, Mrs. Klver. train from bin cruise to lobe Hound. home In Athens, O.
t SjiiA. Ingriggls finishing; a fine eight- service or a sermon Illustrated with mu- Smith of Zanosvllie 0., with hand. and left '
a The firm of A. J. Arnold A\ Co, proprietors :Mr. and Mrs. Winslow family ,
i residence on Datura street and Mr. sic. The building was taxed to the utmost and The fMiIng party recently returned
* some phaeton set of harness, which of our general store has been on Tuesday for their home In Fairmont
started commodious to accommodate the I from Fort Pierce!, and report a delightful "
baa a sev- large
; In Mr. Ilariii having a combined dissolved, Mr. Arnold taking Mr. Sullivan's V I
' west of the Methodist people who attended both services. Ind.The time and finest mackerel fishing ,!
Hwm ottage church.{ carriage house and barn erected and I Interest In the biisinoxs. Mr. launch Dreamer with Capt. Martin Among the catches made was' a nine foot I I I
!,iItOpal Our public school closed last Friday.It on Monday he purchased a fine home. Sullivan has not yet decided what he Is and 'pntty, arrived home Monday shark.: *' "j

:love building operations are now In does seem outrageous for a section Commodore It. E. Sewall and wife, of going to do. night. Miss Xonee D. Rowe, accompanied by

'1'niece on every hand, with many more that pays as much school taxes as does Sewall's Point called on several" of their No one In White City has time to do The launch Dawn returned home on her mother, line arrived In Indianola ;, ,
';rovements soon to start. Contractor the section from Fort Pierce to the end friends In this place last Sunday The anything but pick beans. Mr. Hardee Monday with Admiral Olllls and partyon and commenced a series of dancing lessons I

ea Holley Is drawing plans for a of Brevard county, nearly twenty miles, Commodore, like many others located found It so, last week, when he was over board,, after pleasant trip to I'alm with a class of fifteen from this a
aliume hotel opposite the public park. to have only four white and one colored along Indian River has at last been Induced here to look after his Interests and so Beach. and near by places.
school, and only a four-month term at by the rapid improvement of our went bock to Jensen and brought and James
has two over a of View
Jefferson 4,000 cotta- Henry Stark Bay ,
toepli each. We agree with the Tibbals cor public roads, to offer his yacht for salty, of laborers clean Mrs.. A. r,!. Nash, of Now York City,
gang things of In town
loodor on Narcissus street both up. Dodge, Stnnwood wore on
way respondent in thinking a Good School! and to invest in a horse and vehicle who has been spending the winter with
fliich will be handsomely furnished Association is needed. which goes regardless of wind or tide. i The hearts of our farmers leaped with TuoHday. her mother, Mrs. J, if, Martin In Day-
'wlotor renting. He has also the joy Monday as a threatening thunder Fred and Russell Yates,of Robe Sound tona, came down to her old home in In-
,miatlon laid for another fine modern The Tlbbals Bathing Club hold their Master Carl Schuyler, of Jensen was storm came up and a prospect of a much passed through Melbourne Wednesday, dlnnola for a day: or two last week to attend -
.deuce, opposite Mayor Whilldin's usual meeting last Thursday afternoon. the guest of Reginald and Russell Waters needed rain was In view, but the storm en route to Rochester, N.Y. to some business, and took the opportunity ,
at place. Mrs W. U. Harris was the hostess, on Saturday last, and judging from the : passed by to the north and Tuesday who to call on old friends.. "!
Richmond Ind.
Rev. Haffor of
which l Is proof positive that everyone various amusements the boy Indulged ,
tat Munyon is finishing two large morning the sun came up as clear and has been a guest of the Mo Bride house Another transfer of made
had a pleasant time. Among Edenltes In one would judge they had a good property was
dry as ever much to their
itrooms on the east side, and will, present we noticed Mesdames Robinson, time. The day was' spent in boat racing I disappointment. this Se1\80n. left on Tuesday for his last week, by which tins/ village will be I,

it week, begin the erection of a largek McMullon: Knapp and Miller; Misses a swimming contest, fish spearing bunt. northern homt the winner, us :Mr. Ootxhall has bought I
block In this town on. the corner and Miller A very small attendance at ,the club, the land adjoining Dr. Hill on tho north ,\
Miller, Slough Brown Jessie ; Ing mulberries, and an occasional serenade I Mr. and Mrs. McCoy and daughter, ,
lemntls avenue and Olive street. Ex- Mi-, and Mrs. A. D. Merwln and Mr. and with tbelisoornetsand drum, which Saturday evening, on account of bean Miss Bertha left, for their homo and next season expects tob down early '
'ior Gruber will occupy portion of packing. Most of our truckers having much to build !house fur the We I
Mrs. J. U. LeTourneau. others enjoyed as they play very nicely. in Cloverdivle Ind., to the regretof family. are
much work that
so have
they to
new Munyon block. pack \glad: to know that they will be with us,
The Rev F. W. Weatherwax and fam- One of the finest and most enjoyable after supper. Our members are makingup their friend here.Mr. winter heienfler.

I'est Palm Beach is closing Its great- ily arrived In Eden, Saturday evening, In afternoon entertainments ever given; In > a large order for velvet beans, cowpeas and Mrs. Young, of Baltimore, every 1 j
\teanon. Prosperity and grand tlnanjuccess a large cat boat after a most delightfultrip this place was a musicale given last Friday and beggar weed seed, which will who have spent the winter In the Barnes \
have been the rule with merits down the river, andel'e entertain. afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. F. M. be sent oil next Saturday evening. cottage, left on Monday. They Intendto Young Orange Grove for Bale. I if

hotel landlords and boarding ed by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson and Hudson at their beautiful residence on spend the summer In New York p-t;; ;; Bravard I
In the south
letors. It has been livethi county
propi a -
Mr. add Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau until Linwood plantation. Their receptionroom DREADFUL" ATTACK (
OF WHOOPING showers the two days abutting the Florida Ki>st Const Railway '
season of splendid paying bust- their departure on Monday morning was beautifully decorated with Refreshing past I
" Cottage renters also were here in COUGII.-Mr Ellen Harrison, of brines out, ninny beautiful (lowers, and a 2-your old grove consisting of 000) treesIn j
the vines and flowers and
Mr. Weatherwax baa accepted ferns bouquets
pastorate itliO
i, and the town fell far short of meet- Park Ave., Kansas City, Mo., writes: Is refreshing to the orange trees and pine flrst-claHH eonUllonIIO<> oranges, 10Ograpefruit !
f the Eden Congregational cbul'chand roses; and to make the artistic and beautiful "Our two children had a severe attack of
be demand. which all doing well lOOtangoiliie and 100
are ,
apple plants oranges
will the second and fourth winding stairs attractive! there
preach more ,
whooping cough one of them In the
kumniialB. Located Into: 0 Tp. :34, K.
ere are sixteen business men in Westi Sunday In each month were seated at the Hist landing some of paroxysm of coughing would often faint Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Stephens, of Tltuiivllle 40. If want a nice this ,
you grove,
i Beach who came here seven years C. A. Robinson took a party to the Inlet our fair ladies, dressed to suit A temper- and bleed at the nose We tried everything 1'a and Mr. and Mis. Kerry, of will suit you. Prices for young next till( days
"fltli little or no capital and who ature of UO degrees which made a scene we heard of without getting relief. Waukegan III., who have been guests at
the St. Lucie River mid to the <$2,500.00.: ()( C. T. WOO.AHTY
'already amassed a goodly compe- beach, up the Clubhouse where they puttableforanyopera. Mrs. It. D. Hoke.Jensen's We then called In our family doctor who Hotel Carleton nil this season, left for Ankona Fla.
,%several of whom are now sufficient- strolled at the beach to look, for shells. noted pianist assisted by W. prescribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With the north on Mouda We hope to sea ,
"ill circumstanced to retire (\for the on the rocks for of this place with violin furn- the very first done they began to Improveand them back here In the fall.
''meof their While hunting among lsh d fine music, and Mrs. Hudson the feel that It has HKAL ESTATE FOIL 8AL1
lives, they so doHtre.U bleeding teeth, Mr. Robinson found a sot we saved their lives. The schooner J. F. Powell returned, .
' an evidence of the opportunities of false teeth imbedded In the rock. He hostess, played and sang most beautifully Refuse substitutes B. 1(. Wilson & Son' !Sunday: night from her cruise south I
of the latest and I favorite
ad for success In the some As. Administrators of the Estate of
prosperous tried to get them out, but could not do with this following happy crowd onboard
Coast towns of Florida. songs of the day. Alter the musical program ; William TreutUir, dvcoHHsd We otter at
so with his pocket knife so firmly were and : Fort : Mr. and Mrs. J. 1<. Powell Dr. ,
was completed a neat attractively Pierce.The
very private Rale the following described Real
+ Summers and Sherman
a gold plate. and Mrs.
they wedged. They were on IIIn.
[IRON'IO BRO v CII-TIg CURED.- Anyone having lost or in need of a set Musical Romance printed program" was ,presented entitled to and the Misses Ida and! Helen I'owelland EitiUe, belonging to said Estate:

I ten years I had chronic bronchitis had better go after' thorn. This Is no each guest. The program consisted. of bank building Is progressing very, Williams. All report delightful No. 1. Sold,

id that at times I could not speak joke, but Is really true. 18 questions\ with blank spaces for the nicely. trip. No. 2. All of 8} of NE}, Sectional, ,.

whisper," writes Mr. Joseph CoffJof The formal opening of the Eden store answers; the answer to each question to The fishermen are still catching quite It some hotel mon would come to Melbourne Township 27 Mouth Range ::37 East, covered ,
, Montmorencl Ind. "I tried all took place last Wednesday afternoon. be the name of some old song. After all a number of mackerel.Mr. they would find! n splendid! location with water, lying In said Eau Oallls
tiles available,-but with no success A. B. Michael,the proprietor, had l Issued had written their answers they were read for a largo hotel. The town needs River add Kan Nellie Bay, containing
'inately my employer suggested that Invitations for a "pink tea" and as he aloud which afforded much amusement.The Faber has started a large house on one and needs It badly, at we were notable about ::10) ) acres, more or lellM.No.3. .

Fuley's Honey and Tar. Its effect was always popular with his patrons prize a very handsome picture, was his newly acquired property. to accommodate all the visitors who, Hold.

almost miraculous and I am nowI when he ran tradeboat., Merchant all awarded to Mrs. C. II. liacey of Wave- Mrs. Lorena Faber returned from her came the past season, and many were No. 4. That portion of !&W-f, Section

I of the disease. On my recommend- of them, who could do so, determined to land who answered 13 of the IS ques few days' visit at Itockledge Sunday. turned away. There Is. no better 'or 21, Township) 27 South Mange 87 East
i many people have used Foley's be present at the tea- and, of course tions. Next elegant refreshments were healthier spot on the Knst Coast than commencing at point 370 feet West from
yand Tar, and always with satis- of the ladies were curious to see .served, and, as a souvenir of the event The Rev. Moore heM services In the Melbourne standing as It dOOM on a bin IT Northeast corner post on V 4 Section line
>n." Sold many I smallmusical Methodist church last Sunday to a large the beautiful as aforesaid and UO feet South of said
by B. R. Wilson & Son. what a man could do in the way of a re each guest was presented with a thirty feet above Indian %
ception. The interior of the store was Instrument of some kind. Those congregation.Mrs. River and only two and n-lmlf miles from Section line for A stalling, point thencerun
and Miss Lydia Brown of Newark the with mall to Melbourne South 42: feet thence Kant 100) feet '
decorated with, pink oleanders, pink Pl'esentwere. W. F. Richards of Eden was a ocean, dally
Stuart. roses adorned the tables. The china was N. J.; Miss Fannie Arnold Nashville pleasant visitor In town, Monday shopping Beach where one can enjoy a surf bath thenco South 4'M: feet, thence West to t
pink as also were the napkins. Mr. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Racey at our stores any day in the year. This Is the homeof Section line thence North 68:! ft, thence II;
Michael assisted by 8 J. Russell and Waveland ; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Scbuyler the Chuutau ,
0. Ennis Is building a home on his The Episcopal church members organ- feet Went of "Southwest' corner of plat of
Fred Saeger. received the guests and Mrs. R. D. Hoke, Mrs. E. A. Ireland has been such a splendid success the past
fipple> plantation. unremitting In their attentions. Jensen; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau ized their first Sunday School last Sunday season and promises to be even better asI Harno, thence South K.O feet,. thence

OB. Hogarth's residence Is well un Refreshments were consisting of delightful Mr. A. D. Merwln Eden; Miss Margie with large number of pupils be seasons roll on.Foley' East 750 feet to West side of .. E. C.

'a1. G. A. Fultz bag the contract strawberries Ice cream pink lemonade Dilllnger and Miss Alice Saylor, Allen- The Rev. Weatherwax of Melbourne Railway right-of-way thence North on

li ensures good work. pink cake several kinds of layer cake town, Penn.; Art Haegar Ankona; Mr. assisted by his children gave a sabredmusical } Kidney Cure If taken In time West side of F. E. C. Railway rig ht-of-
00 feet thence East to point of beginning
Mr. and Mrs. W.
confectionery and Mrs. Jennings,
Iced iced milk nuts service at the Methodist
tea church
tea, from all and blad
10 Craig and Mrs.: Marie who have affords security kidney excepting railroad right-of-way
II. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters
lased fancy cakes and macaroons were Tuesday evening, which was a great der diseases. /Hold by Wilson & Mon.
property from H. C. Olsen : through said ami.I Containing about tar
Miss Susie Summers
Mlss.Gertrude England,
served in abundance. Every lady upon treat to all who were lucky enough to be
oon commence to build. with box of Miss E. !Sawyer: and Mrs. E. J. acres Including the County road. This
leaving,was presented a pea. there, but owing to the bad weather and
> colored people here will build a nut brittle. There were forty.four guests Luce of Tlbbals. the service not being widely known nota Sebastian. tract hall a young grove of BOO or 000trees I
h In the near future Walter served at the store, and several who were very Urge number were, present. We on It, and an artesian well, eta. I\\b;

ing' and J. 8.:: Danforth have givena ill and could not attend had ice cream A CHATTANOOGA DRTGGIST'S hope and trust this talented family will No. 5. Begin at Southeast corner of

lot, Dupont & Middleton the strawberries and cake sent to them. STATEMENT.-Robt. J. Miller proprietor pay us another visit In the near future.A Stanley Hitching returned! to his home lot now,or formerly owned by J. L. Harrlson -

'till men, have donated 2,000 feet of The ladies most of whom were attiredIn of the Read House Drug Store of at !:Stuart Monday after a week's visit thence run Mouth across. Elbow
,'r, and our citizens are nearly. all pink were' loud In their praises of the Chattanooga Tenn., writes: "There Is Nearly Fatal Jtuiiaway creek to North boundary of land belon"I I
ing cash subscriptions. pink tea, and are looking forward to a more merit In Foley' Honey and Tar here.William Lonnard came from Fort ing to Wm. Troutler\ thence Kant along
brown tea, which will be held In the near than In any other cough syrup. The calls Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. and l Auction line which I. the North boundary -
' Lane and Morris Johns returned Plerne on Saturday, spent Sundayhere.
future. for it multiply wonderfully and we sell B. Orner, Franklin Grove Ill, which defied of Wm. Tren tier's land to North bankof
i trip to the Everglades and Lake more of It than all other cough syrups doctors and all remedies for four Elbow creek thence West along bankof
hobee on Tuesday. They made combined." Sold: by B. R. Wilson & Son. years Then Buck ten's Arnica Salve If you want good/ newsy uptodatepaper said creek to point of beginning beingIn
and Tar contains no
rip In seven days; spent two dayse Foley' Honey like cured him. Just at good for bolls cuts why not subscribe for the EAse Section :21, Township 27 Mouth hangs/
, lake, visited the Indian camps opiates, and will not constipate Refuse burns, bruises corns, scalds skin eruptions COAST ADVOCATE ?>> 37 Kast. This land Is. covered with the

a few wild turkey and alligators, nearly nil other cough medicines. Artesia. and Plies :U.:>o. at J. I). Screven's F. M. Hudson of Tlbbals waters of the creek.
& Son. Attorney ,
sought back number of substitutes. fold;! by
quite a drug store. No. 0. Mold
came,up on Saturday and I ipent the day
airs 6
attending to business matter. No. 7. Commence about chains 85
President Grover Cleveland is still Mr. Gulbrandsen spent Sunday with links West from Northeast corner of
stopping at the Danforth house. Goslingsville.The Mr. Eberweln. Toledo. Mr Sample, of the Indian River and Section 20, on Section line between Hc..
Cleveland and her friend Miss Lake Worth Fish Co., made a business tlon 17 and 20, run West"chains 13 links
''t, went north several days ago. Mr. King and family spent Sunday trip to Fort Pierce on Thursday. returnIng thence Mouth: 10 chains B4 links, thence
'leveland can be seen dally out In fishermen are having good catchesnow. with Mr. and Mrs. Welch. The pink paper Is much In evidence In on Friday. South (:0 degrees seconds, East: chainsto ,

''inch Admiral wlth.W. U. Bessey The ADVOCATE could do with a few this section. :Mrs. Caoon and children who have Eau Onllle River, thence follow the '

oprietor of the hotel going on fish- Capt. T. J. DeSteuben- Is the busiestman more subscribers In this section. Miss Maud Bobo won the first prize been spending the winter here visiting shore of Eau Oallle River In an Easterly 1
PS, etc. In town. In J. Hudson left Tue.. direction to a point due Month from place
Mr. and Mrs. Carrlngtnn and son, El- map drawing here. Mr. anti Mrs. A. \
1', refreshing showers were apprecl- Miss K. Martin opened our school on bert were in Georgians !Saturday: Last Mondar'i hard shower wa.lully day for their home In Magnolia Ark. of beginning thence north to point of ,
beginning/ containing l D acres, more or I
y the this week. with good attendance.We .
Oth Inst.
pineapple the
'Ineapple growers to Mrs. Mackenzie who has been spend. appreciated (?) by the Misses Ora ana Miss Annie Groves finished her school less.. and known as the Kitchell place. I
plants are beginning had a good rain on Tuesday but Josie Wlgfleld and the teacher who Waveland ant 1 came home on Thurs
reen, and tho fruit Is beginning to Ing the winter at Daytona returned to No. 8. XKjL.4! of Section 28, Township
up In good form. The pineapple need more. A good rain would be ac- Canaveral on Sunday.The : were well drenched day. She again left on Saturday to take 27 South, Range 37 Kant containing 100 I

rurnlses to be a very large one this ceptable.We locations farmers are beginning to ship Ed. Walker one of our rising/ young charge months'of term.Shipments the. Oslo school for a six acres, less railroad right-of-way, :
", but Is rather late account of have one o the most beautiful has of the most beautiful 23
on their beans. So far, the shipments have men one young No. ft. NWttf Section Township
Qtiaued cot weather. on the St. Lucia river- been light owing to the dry weather. orange groves on Ind run River, laden! of fish. are !going forward 27 South Range 37 East containing 100
miles south of Jensen.Mr. with lovely orange blossoms. dally, and our three fish firms are doinga acres, less railroad right.of-way.

Ito Great Dismal Swamp Middleton and party consisting of I A Doctor's IJa l Plight. Miss K. }Martin par able teacher after good business. The fishermen are No: 10. 4<00-101)) ) acres, less railroadrigbt.of
rltlola Is ground of ma- ;Mr. and Mrs Bradford Capt and Mrs. I d most successful term, closed onrscbool getting their bouts In shape for the comIng -wav, being part of Lot 1 and ofNK I
a breeding Misses Irene DeSteuben, K. Martin Two as a result of a severe mullet season.The : / of Hectlon 3
erms.. So la low wet marshy Crews, I years ago on the f 8th! Instant; went down to Wa- > NW14', 1'own.hlp
I everywhere. These, or cause Mabel Gregg and Masters Oliver cold 1 lost my voice" writes Dr. M. I. Wa, and opened another school the next Indian River and Lake Worth Mouth Range 37 Kant, known as J.L.

ess, chills and aches germs. in the Bradford, Pal C. and T J DeSteuben, Scarbrough of Hebron Ohio "then began day' Fish Co. have cleared ,up their lot for Stewart place. I.
and fever induce dan- took a pleasant trip np the St. Lucie an obstinate cough. Every remedy the Ice factory] and will commence to No. 11. Lots 17 and 18, block 4, Towa

maladies.muscles But and may E lee trio Bitters river in his fast launch :Sunday after- known to me .. a practicing physicianfor Wield A Sharp 4. build as soon as they can get the material. of Eau: Oullle.No !
33; years failed and I dally grew main will be ; 12. Lot I. block Town of Fan :
tail noon. The building 70 feet ,
to them and cure maroubles. __________
destroy urged to Dr. King's Millions marvel at the multitude of
worse. Being try square. They will manufacture Ice, run Oallle. Quit claim deed for this only-
They will surely preventd. Discovery for Consumption Coughs maladies cut off by Dr. King's New Life held under Tax
"We remedies for Pneumonia is robbed of Its terrors by New band! saws and make barrels. Title.
a and tried many Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops the rackIng and Colds I found quick relief and for Pills-the most distressing too. Stomach For prlccs'and terms add reve. .
stomach and liver troubles
John O. cough( and heals and strengthens the last ten days has felt better than for tw<7years. liver and bowel troubles, dyspepsia loss T. A. MORGAN and W. H. JONES, .
ver found Charleston of Byesvllle Elec, lung If taken In tlm..U will prevent an ." Positively guaranteed throat! of appetite Jaundice biliousness, fever Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and As Administrators of the Estate of Wm.
tie,.." anything as good J. I attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. and lung troubles by J. B. Screven. SOc malaria all fall before these wonder- bladder right. Don't delay taking. Sold Treutler deceased. "

Yen guarantees Try them.satisfaction.Only I Suld by B. K. Wilson




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I i Jh Iras bill .....". unknown nere. Vrice tiaooy "THB EAST COAST or FLORIDA.

Ah del' wireless telegraph Instrument on C
my Hutomobuatup la vorklnsr. Id mu.d M, liO'I .
new from home, Led mo limen:
"M)' Dear Churl . ve hear. mlt I I
aurbrlne dot you vas on your way to Monte FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY '
Carlo . rare dor kitty und der
chnch pot .a. rushing arountPeking .. . '
whom day may dewdur . .
Bf careful for der v k. uf dent dot luffs LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January (151

you . Awold der penny ant und t 1 ,
listen nod to dar syren song uf der two *eFrw SOUTHSOUND-ftCAD BOWN. -
toiler ll-nlt . Dar trust I* nerfoua KOHTrHWNO-l,
und cactus to tremble mlt opprrhenalon. S3EKX
. Can Id be dot you vo. on der r t ..( .. NoNo.38 MAIN LINE No.T8 *t,

.....r.e. .of. some Led us trrrat hob lemptatlonmentT nod. . t wi ih t,..,..t\ It. __ .

Small crops, unsalable veg. Charles for my ."kn und for der sake uf (\ IIIi"" .if 4ft al Lv,...Jacksonville. ._, .
ofI der trust vlch bore you . run der ygHdG '" 0 *?a .....Jaoksonnll.lY"
result from want lOOp
etables, udder tray venefer you see a roulette voel. L 'U\i"[! SiN0a4" [\! r oM..80.KAeguettno.. ..... / ... ,.

I' . V* va. all valtlng In a fefer ufanzlouiilety -t-v I tW\ x425 .kaptP.Iattk.S, := :.". 6es 'igy''iFA" !
s . Vour a point low il.f": f lap .. ...<. Meoga- .......... a8p .s ...! 1
'Potash.Vegetables e. . Plerp." 1'1 'tr'uN ur, .? I alp .....:.Bunnell........ H p Of' .. ,'.....!'
Der vlrele** cease, und der blood ruahe ii 17 alp .Dupont 61f
to my forehead und den ru.h.. back oSp.Ormond.: ........ >1SHa iN v .r
'. ", Is pi ........ bayrone..o.. np by 11
again. r .: t d lip .......Port Orang.,...,. Up J" 4 ,
i are'especially Should I turn back from dls awful placeor :I\ '. <<1tt1,. ) j'j'i 4tp ......New 8mrrna...... Ollp'J .
should I vent In und h.nd'dot bank a p ......... Oak HIli......... I 3S p ; ('
1 ... fond of Potash. Write fort ; cubble uf bumpii? 1 A.. t t :t I"IJ 'Ii : 0I p .......Tleu.yIU........ lp oj a;
Tim. alone vIII tell. But let der baddle ) \ !, I:' .........-Coooa .......... I
our free pamphlets. ery be. "On to Mont rlol"CHADTER \. t t ;. .1... J QlIp........Rookledg' *........ I fSp ;. 'l' I r4 .."
II n P .......Eu l......... 1 "
GERMAN KALI WORKS I .I:I. r.. ., t..... II"" 4 *0p| ........Mulboum....... 1 liP.1'rIl'.w\1"'
tI TVICB.> ,11f\\\ j"V'1, I ,, OOSp .......beba.uae..1 1 5l.d.R I ( ,U'
93 Hawaii Su, New York.Accented I vaa here! : 0 ".p ........St... Lnole...... 10.1 .. ": ..
1. Her. I va* In der sreateet gambling 10\\\11' S06p./ ......F.... Pl..roe....:.; 1040.'Ii..I'A' .
cholnt der vorld has efer vltne*.ed. Tri-Weekly Sailings .. ,.'.!' ." .......White cisy..n 10. .,..'t.:'. 1r. ,....
Pinochle to right me, poker to left uf ... *\::, ,;\ r !4tOp........... .. I'll ',J.. .,yl'
Free and pt no\\i ........ Kden. ......,.: 10 tie ,
i me und fre6.e ould all around me. )( f:, tdl i ..........Sasses. .10 tit .7ww'. II'.... ... ,.
Mason .. Id 1. such a aklnch for me dot. really; Id BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK H rfi.t,, 0" '1... ""I' I'' ....... stoart" 116 i. .1. '
to pldlfUK ,eel,! L....'. del 1".'. ,, ... I .......Hope Sound....... .'-:10"... ;
Vy should 1. a. perfect stranger, come 4'yf/Ir, i'>" '. I .......W... Jupiter ...... Sit* l' w..t.,
1ti,.ltwslr, \ .W_him Beaeh...
heio und took dolt hard earned money T at Charleston, '_ pAr. I"apt
:: Bud on der udder hand vy nod? the Coastwise "ti.1.t' ieS. ,;1. P Hotel Boyal hIIKlI..... a6
Finest Ly..TbeBrea.
Np 111II
Indian No. 00 I:'
Der vlreleo telegraph station Is now in Service Itili
It The ..
,. Steamships : ''b.. i.r- 10 p Motel royal Folnolana. a a.
,. faatened to der head uf my bed. Again 21"-a + 'I- l' 491 ....WM Palm Beaeb..Ar 6 0081
River Tltu"l1I., some vun Is making Ignala ;;:;;-r-..... _.. at p .. Boynton .Ir ,1&
11 "Id I* In der papers . you vas ad New England and Southern Lines. 111IO.' ,J "10 Clp' ...aertl.uderdale., ..... aMa
Clyde 'IlOtlp .J.emonC..T. .. 6... .
Mont Carlo . pudding blowholeaIn r
h Lodge. t Sr anil Florida.1Iohlot'ltII fourth "rl.. der bank. . How painful die la Direct bervlce Between _'- ?, tDPi Ar..Miami .......)far llOa _-V

Ville dar of,at each T:30 meetingfl o'olork month)p.a'the m.the second late Armorv, Tltu. .to. u., all. .: As. .friend. How ve deplore murk dlt der you altlva vlnT Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augu

J. a. Walker Worshipful Master. tlon . but as partner ve declare ,4CJUO.-vu..r.a. : TO BT..AtromarorB.< ,
J. L. Carruthem. Senior Warden oflrieir In.on der rakeoft. . ? V. (Calling at Charleston, 9. C., both ways)
*t. H.dar den Junior Warden. vould redder you vould nod play any more fu ,
BKMI-WKEKLY SAILINGS Nc.29Ir. Ne.27 N..a Ne.18 tl Jt JNe.37isop N..43 No.e3 Nose
: kr
JT.M.IIxnn. 'aeurer. .. unless dor Is more In eight. I ndthbound..... .. ..*.............. ..... .... .. ....... .. ..... ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston
J.If.A.A. Hughes Morgan, Chaplain.J Secretary.. . A picture uf der bank you\ broke j] !ortbbuuml..... ...... ..... .....r.... ? ....... ..... from toot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville Jacksonville.;..,,...,..? TMa 9 IN)4IK O 4Oa 11 85 p f 00 p 4 00 p Slip i to
+ : H. Poreven, Senior: Deaoon. und der. a.. you 'broke Id mlt .- .. und -- -"-_. ._--"------ Ar. St. Auffnstlne.. alas t.ia i to Nsa 1 cap t K\> 4 Ci 010 106 i 20IT'
R. E. Mlms,jr., Junior Deacon.B. udder evidence* uf der tragedy va* pujllhrd ,;; AUGUSTINE: TO JACKSOITVTLXX.
ri. Vanland ngha... Senior Steward. In der puper. . Id vac Clyde St. Johns River Line. -
K. M.Taylor.Junior Steward painful to ace how horrified Vail street '
P W.n..bort'T110r. v.. tmcaum you gamblRd . Btei (DelJary Line.) ',6Nl, ge.44 4Ne.3e INe.3a Ne.79 Ne.74 N..30

dropped alas points Yen your picture apo BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SA FORD. IT. St. Anjniitlne....,.,., A M'a 8 00 I> iii 666.11 lot. 11 40 a 8 80TOO p 8 30 p e70 p
peered. ,. .urrounded py' aefentee Be. Francl, Herentoril((1)et.and l). Wife Springs| cad lotariuvAteM Ian Ar. Jacksonville .... ,.... 760. 9no a ilka 10 OB alia 10 alia to ii 710 130
Stopping at Rtlatka.Actor
DINKELSPIEL'S LATEST French cashiers shoveling 200.000.000 franc. lnic oii the St.."..bll.> Klvor.
Into your trunk. . V* haf figure SOHEDXTIjES OS* BRAZTOH LINES.
of Jacksonville.,,
Id ould dot dl. vould be aboulil eight tolUr STEAMER "City
r- ....... ..__ In real money. . It your plo. OAPT. W. A. SHAW. JAOB8ONVILL1q TO DIAYPOHT: PAZJLTXA TO EAST PALATE
tur* appears vunce more steel vlll drop IS APPOINTED TO BAIL AH yu&SjUWSiLeave
Entertaining Remarks on a Re tvenly points . bud It you drop Jaeknonrllle t M: i>. in.. ,Hnuiluyo,'rue.ll.'.and Thurela,.. 8TATIOMH.L Nr.ftH Nat1l lr I.1BN|| .2T STATION. Ne.47 No.40Nq.Bt N0.611<

", any mance of Roulette. vs horrified . bud you mud nod, Southbound, Read down S19HEDIJLE> 8 101 a85"p fljpijp A..E. PTtka Mall as a.J| 35 pBAST 166
I der back .- Tour 3:3llpin.: ........ ..... ...Jaoknonvlil" ... .. .... .. Arrive 9Waia.8lpm Pablo Beach.... e 10 a til 60 a
glf money r .... .Leave 0:ni. a'
: .. .Valatka' Atlantic B aoh.Ar. 1 15 a p 10 68 is p VAXATXA TO PAiATISTATIONS.
haughtily . der"Id .< 8.IO.m.: .... ..... ...... Aetor .. ." 3a: piu.4.aOam Mayport .,.,,,. O 0a 7 p 11'' 10 a a 00pMAVPO&T
!I.! : ................Pt.Frartcie.. .. .. ..,,- .* I ltIJopIO.: Na4l Ne.48 NO.BO >No.B2 <
1 BOEKE, FAMOUS GAMBLING, RESORT My aln found me ould bud I van In. .. ............Dereefordtatand( ) .. ........ .' 12:4): ..'n. TO JAOSSO3SrVIX.X.X.
Shall. I back dls awfupluca SOOara. : llUU: am. Li.E.PTtkal 8 45 aAr. 946e11 48 alBAI7 t o
I ? turn my upon Arrive 8:30: am.......n.nford.J:::i ..::... .. :..: > ,:akin. STATIONS N..t. >Ne.V>||Ns.20 .Palatka.( 9 05 a 10 06 a!U 01 l a 07 p

humorist 1.7. the Work Belongs I viII go down und crack annuder bank Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., JachsonvlBi Lv. Mayport ....... t a *S'p 101 soP MATEO BHANGS.
und dink Id ofer
Allan UoBeaob. S 60. 00 n eo* ,
;: to ,"Der Modern or Reallaiuall Easfn Faee. Agt.. ...Jul.IRONMONT.Ka,J....A..t.Gen.Pa... Ag. Pablo Beach.... 666 s 06 60 aMp Ne.4| STATIONS. No.46>
CHARTER T'RICB. A. c. HA.G ;RTY. .vllle, 1'1.. 8.Jaekion ville.AT. TJffaT8Aa J7 p 1
Bt Jack
.boo.-Q.. Pew Chap' to Stateit.' .New York I 2114 \feRt Say o
i i or. Dor struggle mlt conscience. ofer und 19 (0.1'.LOVEI.L.5eetltla.Supt.: JaekeonTllle... 6 42p112 30 ppl p 4"La v.. .. a edit...! r 6 H aI
< Show flab III..'. PerU. Virbi. Wlrtu. I. triumphant. THO9. D. KALE foot Hogan Local Se Freight,Juvkeimvllle; Agent M&. | Foot" .Jaoknonirllle Flaw sANFoR>rBRANoa.NIe I 88 p| a on aAr| Ban 8 16 at

'W'lc I* down und ould. i JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent Foot Hogan Be.,Jacksonville. Fla.
,4 : C asnt Hank yl Hit der Mln WM. H CLYUlt-a: CO.] General!Agent*. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
I hat fought der bidder fight against THKO. O. KOKIt: General Manager. l1 BTATIO1S 'Ne.12
r4 ,' ad Mont CarlosThe temptation und I hat vun. ClUMebrongb Building, 19&tat IM.,Opposite Battery Park New York. > Ne.3 Ne.1 STATION. Nt.t

Tomorrow I vlll .leave die accur.etlMonte O. II. WAI/TOtf. Agent, Titutville? Fla. :I>T.18a .......... tusvl ........,.Ar
r following burlesque book reView Carlo. ? ..............Mltm......?_,_,, I7p i I 50 1U a Lr.,N. 8myrna..Ar 4 p
tone ul --- ------ SB8a ...... ......... Oiteen ........_,,... 1 i 14 SI a ....Lake Helen....ill ii p
by D. DInkelsplel. per George V. For me no more der pleading a 66 Enterprl.e 11 Boa 4 4J phi 8P..Oranre City.... L349p
1f: 4 Ilobnrt. recently appeared In the New : der pinochle table, und der crouper'isyren t BOl .tr..Hanford.Lv lioo a 4 00 46.Ar Or..City Jo .Ia\\1e /0Dally. p
song vlll sing unnoticed in dee <>.A. I> '
York Journal: ear, SE.A.B: except Bands*. JDMly except Mnnday. ||8unday olny,
Trained,, Ststations wblohao tlmol ahown.
notatop opposite l
Der wolce uf condolence peaks me
"Dlt tie Break Id or Only Bend Idr und I paten und am saved. AIR LINE RAILWAY.. These Time Table how the time at which trains may be expected to arrive and d
a Romance uf Roulette wrote pj Betide, dares nod vun bank In der from the "!SLltl"lon'iba..*their arrival or departure at the times seated Is not u ranlOocupaar
nor doe. Iii. ) Itself reepoiuibU Lee any delay or any oonsequeooei art
Charles M. Scbvab. outborshlpper\ ul'Four place rich remains unbueted ad my hand therefrom.
I Bo Tote der use?
Aces?-Dot's. Ooot!" alno der .
4 builder uf der wolume entitled "Der DER END. Capital City Route. Peninsula .and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mir

D... chabtera full mlt der blddern uf
Bad Break ad der Bunk uf Monte strife und hairbreadth eargxcapea, serve to The Shortest. Route. BKTWEEMr MIAMI KKST WEST AND IIA V ANA..

t+ Carlor' show der peril vlah a rich man takes ven The Best Line( KIAMI-NASSATT:! LINE.

1 ') r "Dit fie Break- Id or Only Bend- Id?' his press agent dlsoofer him monkeying Commencing January 6,lees.r. .

r III '"ua uf der moad t'rllllng stories Id mlt der mint ad Monte CarlaYOU Only line with Double Dally) Service, Including Sundays to I. Mlama, Mons-.THnrs.' ..*.. ..1110 p 11Naesan.: .'Wed.. 8aU... .
I RICIIMO *]) ...a,Taek.tjtrla,...........:..,.:. 800 p>(Ar.Miami. Tbure.,Sunt.Commenolng .................1.
efcr been duty to eggspoge. : CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINE ,
k has my KNOW WHAT yOU A KB TAKING SAVANNAH COLUMBIA rebrnary a,1801.I. .

Dla is der day uf realism In books. Veu When take OroVu's Tasteless Chill WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORE:, .". Miami.Mon..,Wed.,Vrt t ,.8 00 pL,,Thnw.. e..t..8,
ve linf finished mlt der ptircbnse. uf anew Tonic you because the formula Is plainlyprinted WITH PULMAN'8 BEST CARS. .Itz Na...u.Tue..,TJJ.ure..8ats!: ... 80..[Ar.Mlaml Weda..Frl.,8an. ...H.!..........

uf nd dt>r jnsnuinlu on every bottle showing that It Uilmgly awl! MIAMI-HAVANA. DIRECT XNH.
suit pnjlmuilpa tasteless 'rh, Florlilv; and Metropolitan Limited, a solid ntibuled train, &t. Aiiffuatloe Oommenoinginuary: 1,1 O9.
' counter lu der department .store ve Iron and Quinine a JaclntoDvilltt to :New York cotwinUnxof Dining CompartmentCompoette:) ). .. I.'Y.Miami. Snng. ....... .t.', Tues.,Prl.... .... ..UOOl
l valk ofer to dor book counter und ask lo.'ra. No cure, boo pay, r>0ots.SBred Observation and Drawing Room .Sleeping Cur w .Lrr.H&vna.. Mooti,'rhan...........16oopl, f.Miami..Weda.,Sat..11"....... toot

for der latent flofel uf dor tiny, the ".mp. Only line opeiotlng dally through Pullman Car Service .1 no kllonyUte to New Orleaae ( Miami. Hon.,Wed.,Pit....U sop.t L'f''.Havana Mon..Wed......"............
Ve oben Id ad der fnlrxt vbabter. und An nrnuALIIJ.t scene occurred a NewYrrlt Kor sleeper reservations and further Intorinution write t'. Key W".'.Toes.,Thar*.,Sat.. AI'.Ka,. We.t. Mon..Wed..5
'. K.F oe.,Prl .Sun.19 Owe. I IT. .. Thurs., 8a..8
Jf ve find dare (der hero pleasantly entJHD dock the other night A Scotch UO. MACDONELL,< Aset.-Oen.Yens. A"t. Jacksenv1UeFlodda.( >>.H."nWe"..S..... Moo Ar. Miami. Wedt. Krl..8tt ..... ....... .11

..II engineer. who wished to 110 ashore ordered J. M. BARE, R. E. L. IIUNC1III.
:For of Lbeal Time Card address Agent .
.show him the way with I. V. P. ft O. M.\ Ueu. Pbaa, Agt. eopy say
1 to
u boy I'IJRTSbtUU'rlVAe J. D. RaVTTTTJilB. .6.Mt. O.o. P..... Agent, ST. .AUGUSTINE. Ji'
the narrow -
I lantern. As be was rroBslnn!

a plunk toot served as a /gangwaythe = ___ '.' _,,___ _______ ______ _._____L____ _-._.__

bow slipped and feN'' Into the water.

:; x The Instinct of the true Scot Instantly a Dixie Flyer Route ... row.IXithmond .-

sbourcd Itself) "Hold on to the lamp.
boy." the engineer shouted leaning NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, &: ST. LOUIS:: RAILWAY: ..*di W'.eblngton' BaltimorePhthadeslphia

a I over townrd the water. "Do you'hear? WESTERN. ft; ATLANTIC RAILROAD Boston.' Atlanta

It It's luHt. there's n dollar gone from -route of the- Aeh.vUle Chattanooga LauisviIte

your wiijrt-s." CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN Cincinnati St. Louie Hane_ CUT

I After some time the boy was rescued and Detroit Clland Pittabv.r

half drowned but cIlnKlntC to the lump. DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. Chtca o, etc.

I'llt As some compensation for his trouble and Florida Limited In quickest train flora St. A 08t\ne\ awl
be wits forgiven for losing the bottom The Chicago JaokiuDvllle.ChattanooKa .

of It _, : Nubvllle Louisville St. Louie and Clitavg:. with PuJlman'i theSOUTIILRN

Beauty and StrengthAre & nest Observation and Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining oars .t..,raugbwUbout:
and Dixie FIer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and
desirable. You are strong hanee.( The famous

JpI vigorous, when your blood Is pure. Many Martin, through to St. Louis, without change. RAILWAY

-uaj. most-women, fall to properly) digest For Information relative to rates, schedules etc*write to...

Wi.It ( their food, and so become pale sal- T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla.
I DIR AX YOU BROKB: IT MID. low thin and weak, while the brightness; II. F. SMITH Traffic Manager
Pass. Agfc
gag >d tn.klcklnf der roof garden st'ay' freshness! and beauty of the skin and comlezon C.! E. IIARMAN, Naabvllle, Tenn. ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS*
this unpleas. Atlanta, Ga.
from a cubb'e uf t'leves uud decperan- > depart. Remedy _
1 ant evil by eating; nourishing; food, and .
THe SoutUern's Palm Limited
i1+; duets ve buy der book because Id Is taking; a small dose of Uerblna after each

k realism. meal, to digest what jots have eaten. THe Washington Richmond and
() I Realism/ Is now der chlncber vleh iOcts at B. U. Wilson & Son. PLANT SYSTEM.The ,
moves der vorld. Realism bas taken Florida Limited

der bund und leads hi Clill4ri Like to Beta.
rlvlllzatlon py =
to a child's THe New YorK and Florida Express
into nil der foolish places on der map. There Is no, surer way
' A Ou der stage Id used to be der noble active good will than by seeking his Great Through Car Line from Florida.Connections; : TO THE EAST.

u art uf acting ven In tier last act der I cooperation In ft thing which be feels via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond .

hero vould eat sugar ould uf a green ttmself able to do. lie likes to be To the East( and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia THe Chicago and Florida Special
of some
paper und die wit his boots on. pustrd! In the performance Washington..
because duty and will put forth his best efforts The L & THe Florida Limited
Nowadays Id is called realism The Southern R'y via Jeomp, Atlanta and Cbattanoogo.

der actor takes off his clothes.t to prove trustworthy. To. the West N, via Montgomery.: The Southern: n')" via Savannah, Columbiaand TO THE NORTH AND WEST.

BOOS to bed und Bonds for der doctor Ashevllle. The MAO: H'y' via :MontRomery.A .

,:, und dies In der natural! vny. Vunce Id AVomeu and Jewels via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
der stage dot der! hero vould Jewels candy flowers man-that Is the East Miners
vas on /: U i Philadelphia and Boston. vl" Savannah and Merchants Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via
laush ad der- wlllalti and defiance him the order of a woman's preferences. Baltimore.
to did his Torst. Nowiulnys' It der hero Jewels form a magnet; of mighty; powerto 'rsniiportatlon Company for via Tort Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamships Asheville through "The Land of the Sky"Through
Even that great-; 'oKey West' and Havana, trains via The Southern Railway are operated la
is disrespectful mlt him der wllluiuene'r the average; woman. and Prince Edward. Island via Boston and Canada
est ot all jewels, health Is often rniaedn '.Nova: Scotia Cape Breton line for lIalllax. Hawkesbury Charlotteitown. connection with the Plant System and Florida East: Coast Railway
l mlt a loud oleo und Steamship
: Plant
says the strenous efforts to make or save Atlantlo and Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
"Bevaret Doiin'd drive' me' too fur or them. If a woman
be money to purchase -rXOa: : + TSi trains.
: :
I'TllI vent ould and build own thee coveted 'Q'O"XN'T.EB..rOU3I.JSTS
1 my will risk her health to get gem,
1.t teron- rollllvnr' lien let her fortify herself against: the in- gill- be on tale i throughout the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern States to Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Solie ltd.

Such Is der school to vlcb Charles eiduousconsequences. of coughs,colds and all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System during; the season of 1901-1902, llmed -

Sehvab's ronmiH-r ,lielone/ ". der modernor bronchial affections by the regular: use. of ; to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover privileges Florida.
> rc'ullgrnntlc schnol. Led us qvot a Dr. Uowchee's German Hyrup. It will Addresses of parties the north sent to tho undersigned will be liberally supplied H. r. CARET FU. P.... Agt, 108 V. Bay St, JaducovO FU.

few cbabters. pleuRe: promptly arrest consumption In Its early with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
stages and heal the affected lungs and Information as. to rates sleeping cur reservation etc.,.call on or write to S. H. KARD-STCK. V. H. TAYLOE.
, and drive the dread
I vaa drawing. nearer und nearer to Bronchial tubes cure-all General PaKce Agent AM' Gent Paw Ar8tlt. .
t.heeytem. It Is note F. M. Jolly Division ttwsenger Agent.
Monte Carlo. Alr.t1> I ..*e der reels, re.folfng. ease from
Ii "P; und I hear d. r nhrill crlea uf d rcroupers but It Is a certain cure for coughs colds 138 West Hay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville Fla, Vubingtoo. D. Ca.n Atlanta, Cs.

1'' 1 : "Ant ub. lillll Discard In der md all bronchial troubles. You can getDr. .
Ga. 19O3.
C f j ., center! A pair uf four* Dofa coot :MyfeuiM O. O Oreen's reliable remedies at B.I B. W. W ra n n. Passenger Trafllo Manager Savannah, .rv. tg.

i)' hat became. cold hearted! R. Wilson. & Son's. Get Green's Special W. B. DEN HAM General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga. J Jy
All I. eggscltem.nt und lire und gay
t' D.... Der IlKhts bless yuat a..._q-.ough a Umanoo.




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-:tAN-- ON E.J"g"E.THE-ID" LIAN-RIVER.= aO'IEI: : :: The World's Famous Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio. I



FLORIDA. M .1 .t


:' J. G. BAST, Proprietor

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Rates: $2.30;; per day.
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--_ $10 and $12 per week. ,;:



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I oppoiilte postolHce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- : 7

I Mrated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally I y + jM"t

Bate V.SO per day and up. w E i 1 ,

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.

STIORELAND T ; HOTEL, West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. ''hl'a 1 ta+ '7'tN+ 'st'SvVt' ; :

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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened 11 0

this soiwon. Fine 'cooking and Rood; table. Hot and Cold Water ,
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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All I, r rb

itreet cars puss the door. Rates, $2.00 to #2.">0 per day.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. i:

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10 East Forsyth Street. ,
le e Windle, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 01 anA Alain' Entiunft, Eatt and Frmit, South GlITf.e, Jlotfl J'iro"116.i"/ Car Trrmimtl at Irft

South side ot Put-la-Bay Island, oveiloiklng the site of Perry's Victory, 1813: -Hence the name. (Situated on the highest point In Luke Erie, being; eighty(feet

European plan. Dining Cafe; new and first-class In all appointments.Center above the water and live hundred feet from \Ik The largest and most handsomely furnished BUMMER HOTEL In the World

of city. Near all oar lines. Open for rooms November loth; Renowned for the social standing of its patrons, for I Its dimensions and magnificence, for its superb cuisine and adrnli'able service, for the lavIsh provisions for .'

Cafe, November 19th. Rooms, one'person one day, $1 and up; by the amusement of Its guests. It la universally acknowledged that It possesses the attribute that appeal to particular people-undoubted luxury and comfort, and superior .

week, $1.60 and up. appointments, location and absolute absence of mosquitoe' To the pleasure loving summer tourist It stands! for all that la most enjoyable. The best patronized

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.'I'HE an,grandest/ hotel on the Great, Lukes. The scenes and environments are enchanting, conducive of rest and comfort.

Why not spend your summer vacation here there ? Open for season 10CU, June lth.! We want to Hand you our souvenir folder, rate caid and.testimonial book.

1: TEW VICTORIA: :: Address, T. "W". oOrt.E.A.E'1.Y". : C3-OIiOX: : .1 J.\fXnr.1.Rg01-: : .

'I After'June let, Put-in-Bay, Ohio. 724: Monroe St., Toledo, Ohio.' I
Cor.Alain and Adams Streets. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths; free I '
THE BAMBOO HAIF|. Notice of Attachment. COltONAIH .IIEAC11.r .
bus. Rates, American $2 to $3; European. rooms 73o and upwards. Specialrates x I -- --- ,
A Slow' 1>nt Sure Ponon: Tlint I. Cued INewell's ,
to commercial travelers.
by the Jna'ale.e. THE ('OUNrY OrilT 1\ AND VOlt CORONADO BEACH, FLA. ,
R. BIXLTSK, Proprietor. IN Jlravant county Florida Seaside Hotel I I
r The 3"ounsboots of the bamboo are ) (One of the finest bunches in the world.) .
co\erod with a number of very Hue Bond A Bond Company a oorpo-
ration of the Stay of Florida I Under new management. Thnronuhly repaired and renovated. Vive minutes
ball that arc !It'la.IIultr. the nilcio- mintlir. } walk to North In Ian Klvertil\
scope to be hollow mid I spiked: like bay. {Louis O. Hedilen, V S.Defendant. I 1 Surf bathing; every month In the venr, L irfte Sun Pavilion teeing) the Ocean.

Opposite Fostoftlce l onetn. These hairs tire commonly culled To Louis U. Hmlilen. .lef'l !nilant In the aboveptitltlutl A plensunt: winter home at luHHonnMe raies, for those who lire In search of rest,
wedere Cafe bamboo poison by the, white men resident suit and all other persona ltt(4ir..Ht0il. health nnd pleiisnre. Hotel wagonette meets all trains at New Hmvrna! depot.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. hi Jimi for the reason thnt tnur You are hiirtthv ootlfto..1. theta wrlt..r alt lohmentlm PoHt > hewnlsenedugaln.tyouand' your property.trwltt "
dor Is CriMiurutly committed through/ All that tract of lend lying In llrevnrdcxinnly / __ . . ._. __- -y :.I I
1hplt'lIgl'I\C '. Klorlila, and deer! rllmol an ,'..!low., The '
;) north 400 feet of lutl: of Heo" 81, TI"| .Vfl B. R. ST COCOA.
When a JIIMIIU. women takes u bfluir the rams land dimcrllittfl. l>.nul 'f1
Has been leased by Mr. Lou Cobn, formerly chief clerk of Hotel fancy to u Evii-opi'titi. nccordlnu; tj an .-KK"' IIUIIHH BM: :IU, /864 .Mud :ale, .,,,.. hOOkJ ,
Ilrevaraiounty, Klorl'la. b..1 l l micliiK In thv
ottlchll Dutch ifMiit.| she will either t. IJtol lleddun and the bulldinuH thereon THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA: FLORIDA. [i )
: i
have hill or polxuu him it she gets the Hatlnry the 1 iloiuand of lined Bond ,

Rathbuo, Jacksonville; and St. George hotel, St. Augustine.ST. chance. Slip scoKs any and every opportunity Company.entoneneutofBenformaterlal a corporation I of the State furnished of I Florida said/ Centrally loontod.> Large, airy, well kept rooms Hath) convenient t J

of mixing these InllnltoKiuml .Holds..hll..u,1 for iinioiintlnir the uonHtruialon' ,n.$ a build)ug upon Hates: tl.,10 1 per day ; special terms by week or month.MKIIKITT li

hairs among his food and they servethe i Now, union you shall appear tinforo the CourtIn ___ _____ _
purpose of lirltatlng the whole aatu suit' and pltH l or demur, to the denlnratlon Island.- Jfi
tllxd tlm clo,". ofoeatLli% Court Morrltt'M
of the alimentary! en nil I and netting .
length H mnllgimnt djwentery. It way the rule day In August A. I). 111I""" IwInK the 4th j
up .
AUGUSTINE. day of auld month, a ilpfMtilt will Im entvr. ilaKulimt ON INDIAN KIVEll.
take a long time and many doses of : you In one course, and applloatlon. will Hotel Riverview
T this so called poison to effect the purpose be Hindu to the Court for final Jiidicoinnnt. and MKItniTT, FLA.Oq .
your said properly will be oM to pay said. debt
ST. AUGUSTINE:! FLA. but the native woman does not and latlKfy 'said ll n.WltiinoA IllKli Fine Land Health, comfort and, sport No better Huntingand ..
hotM1 1 ) tire, and death will surely result. The mv hand and t the seal of said court at
e Magnolia g Opened for the season of 1002. male native will also try this methodof 4ib the day Court of House AI.rlllJ6'at :ritusvllle. Florida, thin the. Fishing In Florida. Sulphur Swimming Umh Fine yachting.

revenge for on a ITi'ont. A. A. STEWART Now Open.! J. J. WILKINSON Proprietor.
A constructed adding Fifty More Kooms, (Seal Co. (:t.) .. f'oiinty t'lork.Hy .
large addition has been The planters know all this nnd droitl O. A. Stewart 1) ('. --- I
I most of which have a Southern Exposure They are newly and the bnniboo hair, but It U nlwnys difficult D. L. Oaulden, 1'lalntllTs Attorney limo Jul11 WEST PALM JII3ACII. I

(t. handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private to determine whether the
f Baths. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its for Is caused by the poison or comes Adiiilnlstraton Notice.
about naturally. When a planter flnds HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PALM I1EACII, FLA.
mer size and various other Improvements have also been made at an ,
will furnish himself a prey to attacks of that corn
Expenditure of $5OOOO. A first-class Orchestra plaint, his best course is to take a voyage NOTICK!:'.18 HEREBY. GIVEN THAT THE Up-to-date and modern ID all Us appointments, with large, airy rooms, which swill
have been d and have
music twice daily. Rates $2.50 to $'.00 per day. Special weekly and to Europe.-Pearson's. legally' ''qualified; adinlnlMtrators appoint of the appeal to the comfort loving tourists. Situated' directly opposite the :t:

monthly rates. Special terms to parties. Estate of AUrtha O.Cullanan: diM-eaxud, In Bro Royal Polnclana, commanding a magnificent view up and down Lake Worth. \
varil county Florida' All creditor., 1"j(4ttM., The bouse has been thoroughly renovated, and U under new manuftement. .,
PALMER & MCDOWELL, Proprietors. A VALUABLE :MEOIC1NB! dl.trll.ami iienona laving claim, or cuisine with northern white waitresses. Hunting
demand aitalnat. the Kiitate: of Martha C, ('.Ih.- Superior Fishing, Boating,
- For Coughs and Colds In Children. nan,who died In the city of nttMolna, Polk. second to none. Bates, $j to3; per day. Hpeolal. by the week. For prospeatus -
FLORIDA. "I have not the slightest hesitancy la county losa, on AiiK J ; ST. AUGUSTINE, to present the aante. duly verlHed and !
HOUSE recommending; Chamberlain's Cough authenticated. to the nndernlKned within the :I
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; The Old City By-the-Sea. Remedy to all who are suffering! from time rllwd by law or this notice will he ;
colds Chas. M. Cramer pleaded bar of nald. claim. : a aI
i coughs or ,
j I TOURISTS AND TRA.VELERS' FAVORITE. a well/ known watch maker, of Colombo, Hated at l>u..>lolne.,lass Iowa )March C4LI.AVAN. Is. too, ,

This popular house Is most centrally located. Has all modern improvement I Ceylon. "It has been some two years C. 1*. HoLMKH, I j
SOUTHERN EXPOSURE since the City Dispensary first called my Admlulatrators. I The HOTEL WILTON r S veal: Mata, FLA.
including STEAM HEAT. Has more rooms with attention to this valuable medicine and 9t C. T. Me Attorney('arty, for said Administrator/ i Open all the to., $2.00: per day. I J

than any hotel in town; accommodates 250 I have repeatedly used It and it has always A first-class home-like hotel. Near steamboat landing. Five lines of rail
been beneficial. It has cured
RATES : $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates. quickly of all chest colds It Is especially me Notice.NOTICE roads Steamboat service to Jacksonville, Sulphur swimming pool. Good

.'. F. C. IIATDEN, Manager effective Jor children and seldom hunting and fishing. "M. C. !SAVAGE: Prop.

takes more than one bottle to cure them !: M HEItFHY GIVEN THAT TilE
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of hoarseness. I bave persuaded many ( will app-y to the II.m. Minor -- -
B.Jones., Circuit Judge,on tha nth day of
DAYTOXA.MIDA to try this medicine and they are all an :May, A. D. 1.rJ., for a charter InnnrporatltiK theTlttierllle NEW YORK x
- well pleased as myself over the results." Oymnaaluiu. and Library AMMlatlona
For sale by all druggists and medicine ( corporation not for r.tlIl) objmit of the

rbe Grand Atlantic DAYTONA, dealers.A of Charter naiumand AMoclatlon therhlldren will I library*ha the of found''i-lto".lIIe.Mvantaire Sled In by the.mental providing The ollloeof propound training icym-tbe Hotel Kensington Fifth ANewriYorkh; ::: street.

Sample copy of one of the best farm -- H.J, MARIO R WlfwiN.. UIXOH. Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan.

DAYTONA'S LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL. ftEO. r IIVMKU, Restaurant the Standard of Excellence. '
papers published, free, if you will send t. A. R.Anr.28apt .
YEAR. 0...,. M. RoHH"'''. GEORGE 0. HOWE, Proprietor;
OPEN ALL THE name on a postal card, mentioningthis
your Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, end other Florida hotels.

Capacity, 200. Modern In all its appointments. Large/ sunny rooms. Baths paper. Notice. a

BI 1iards. South facing sun parlors. Verandas and lawns. Boating and fish. :Tern PLOW BOT CO'Atlanta THE .HAMILTON 45th: Street, bet. Broadway and Stash Avenue,
'lug from pier la front of honse. Send for booklet. J.,"' my Intention to apply to the lion A. D.I'enne'CountyJnd1rsofreverdCounty.. NEW YGRK.'A

JAS. A. JOHNSON A: SONS, Proprietors. Florida on the 1Mb day of Mav lira al Tltuv, Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central. and Desirably -
villa, for authority to Mill at private ale! all she
.. h Treated. With every Comfort and Convenience. s
___ ____ _. right,title and Intermit of the Infant Frank M.
----srAlllfrEZC. Florida I>iulrk. In ..nI." tbx insets. of land lying inBrevard Furnished and Unfurnished; ), ,'
County, Florida' and daiHirloeit! : .* follow GEORGE W. MORTON.THE .
-- -- *i Lot 3,4. 8,7, in and IT nf Block "H." and
Lots'.-8. Hand llof Mlock "8" or the r."lo.1 ---. --.. .- -- --- -.. .- -. -- -..-- -
Magazine VUI..e plat of Kan Oallle, situated In MuG. 10,
to Colonnades Clarendon Inn ,, .. Tp.t(8.( Tll.37 E.
An ftt A Guardian for Infant Frank M. I'lmlelc,
On-Tbe-River.J .

:J tae 11.50: per day and up, $17.80 toP Rates, $J.O:; per day to $3. $14.00 to Illustrated '. Foley'sfoney ana Tar Patented the United States, Great Britain And Canada

: r week and $17.60 per week. Monthly. IC colds .
up.J cures pneumonia.Clyde
- :'.ne unsurpassed In any hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace Heat, tp-to- prevents PRICE $1.00 and $d.p) EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the V. S.

)rda. date house. the Sea, the Claren- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Hteatnhlp Line. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in da: United States. I, t

team Heat, Electric Lights, Best ofnice. For those desiring finest location In Florida. Send:; for Sample (?opy., w p* """"" For Sale bj "
the >
Inn has
don Tickets and reservations via the Clyde Jas. Pritchard & Son

Orchestra"at both bouseeTake i after the 15th of January.TOSS Address O. D. ACKERLT t Steamship Line can be secured of Cba.. TITUSVILLE .. ., FLORIDA.SEE .
the river to the hotels. HWalton, at the AOVOCATB office Tltosvllle. -
train Daytona, then Bos a<: POST 4 GILL, Managers Publisher, Jacksonville: :IT*. THE TESTIMONIALS: FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.EAST '


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FLORIDA Visitors arelnvltod ACTIVITY AT WHITE CITY. Robbins & Graham Co. E. L.. : .3RAZ:: Y d. :E3e:
to the Jewelry find Souvealr( shops of tli -
\Ve received a letter from Mr. D. E. -DEALERS IN-

; o.Jacksonvllle,41 / ({; of Austin the ,Florida agent of East the Land Coast Department Railway at PAID UP(Incorporated.CAPITAL )f2 ,OOO.OO. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PROD

v VV. Bay St. ; It. Augustine White City, from which we take the liberty We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MATES FKU t t'o,1
la the Alcazar; Palm Beach, the rotunda to quote the following: This company ownsI.t.4.N' We deal exclusively: the above line of goods and solicit the trade o 11< al r
of the Polnoiana: Miami, the rotunda "Our crops and trees are looking: well, ere Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your
of loyal Palm; Nassau, rotundaof and we are making liberal shipments of : :c s.. E. ,L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILMC Ft A
beans and peppers. We are also hlp-
the Colonial Hotel.
In the Indian River On the St.
ping cucumbers, tomatoes and Irish Co-atry;

potatoes. We have some ripe strawberries Lucie River; at New River and on Bay W CARROLL
and shortly will be able to
supply .
a ; Read What The Doctors Say. the\local market with this luscious fruit. Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. ,

'' MAITLAKD FLA.,Oot.lo, loot. "Mr. J. F. Bell has the finest sugar Send for Land List. -De.1er In-
Brewing Asso's.I The Hnuoook Liquid Sulphur Co. Baltimore.Md. cane ever grown' He Is making a gallon
Oemlftman i-I have hull Kriema over thirty of line syrup from rive gallons of juice. Offices' at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETAB
have tried ,
yean remedies
many pmorlbert
various physician> but to noihlnfc, him. the dill-by Tbe usual yield Is one gallon of syrup Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage
Famous St. Louis and Hot Solicits
Kog from QBO. BOBBINS, F. A.
amylolded .0 readily' M to Ll. unr Hulpliur. 1 eight/: to ten gallons of juice. Stalksof MOROAN. .
tied Beer, think It nmd properly, It i* uniloubtertly annailtlo cane that make a quart of juice are President. Actuary TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
; for Kf.tamt. 1 prescribed U for others very common! in his field. This is an __ .. __ __
'. with -- h
Bold\ by Messrs. A.Lesley and tatlHfaatory result 1 anrmlflar It the Brevard Abstract of Title Co
l bee t remedy far autaneon affection I have ever enormous yield, one gallon of syrup to
9r R L Motlow,Tltu*vllle,Fla. known, and regard it u the ereatent medical twenty stalks of cane. INDIAN RIVER ICE FAOTORY.TITUSVJLLE !
I By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. discovery; of tbe age. Kaspeotfitllv yonrx' ', "We are shelling: the road from the WILL FURNISHAbstracts .
W. A. HEARD, M. D.
I bridge: west, and when this Is completedIt of Title FLA.
JOSEPH ZAPF For Sale by J. B. SCREVEN, druggist, will be among the prettiest drives In Sacked loose.
-FOll LANDS IN- In prepared to furnish Ice any quantity- or Special attj
( the
"There have been several nice new Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

Sole Agent. groves planted, and many of the older WETMO-RJ5, Proprietor.Whaler's .
Office under Law Office of
BRIDGE AND CAR LINE IS ones enlarged; In fact, some have been
: 010 to 620 West Bay Street, doubled. OEO.!: 31. BOBBINS,

F NEEDED "Many of our- planters are going Into: ', FLA.
11 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOGNl'S. ., planting Irish potatoes this season.: J ,
By Courteimjr, Indlanola and Merritt. should think there will be at least fifth Store.
acres planted. II. Jennings will bead th ; t
East Coast Meat Mark t
l How: that all the oranges have beerhipped list with nine acres
from the above there
section, \
"Mr. George F. Milts! made us a visitnot
ea' RETREAT,, little to talk about, and work in the orange long: since, and was so Impressed: CJ. F. DUREN, Agent.
groves Is.the order of the day. Al t Clocks Silverware
with what he saw that he Is planting his -s: Watches, Jewelry, ,
no previous date have orange trees looked place In beans and Irish potatoes CD -
Ha Choice so well, or prospects seemed brighter 0 ,
"Mr. John Dedrick, of Detroit, Mich.,
i I twines, Liquors for Merritt Island than now, and trans Is building a nice home on Pineapple ave. 3S- rte.o SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fin Watches
I portatlon of future crops may well employ "I have made several paw
/god sales lately and Jewelry. All work warranted Jo* 12 months.
l p and.Clgars. the thoughts of all\ engaged In the and haven number more on hand. White pa

Guaranteed Pure. orange Industry on Merrltts Inland.1C City Is all tight, and In rapidly coming to ,r pt B3P'MaU Orders will receive prompt and ,..refulatt'ioD.
; la all very well to say, "When there the front." ,:::;...

I John B. 1i are oiangea enough means of transport The lands In and about White City are TITUS VILLE. FLORII
Tog aUon will be but .
forthcoming; at pre- among: the best Irish potato,cabbage and -A
I No. sent, In view of varied experiences the bean lands _
105 the
East Bay Street, Corner Ocean. on East Coast. The soil -- -- -- -
past, each grower Is figuring fur himself .
Is also .
peculiarly adapted to
growing -
Near the old stand. :::s
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.! how the he residents will act of another Merrltts year.Island Someof have strawberries of the choicest varieties. As CI2 eoC
I tine oranges and grapefruit as we have Attention !II
----.-- an Idea of building wharves or adding to ever tasted at White To FLORIDA.I Special j
-- ---------------- grew City. TITUSVILLE.
the structures they already use In getting those who are seeking a place where they
: :, East End Cafe heir crops to deep enough water for II lan engage In general farming' truck and I
steamboat or decent sized sailboat; and fruit' growing, coupled with raising cat. j
others talk of building boats large enough tie, we would advise them tog i to White ,
1 WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r. to haul their crops to the main- City. Mr D. E Austin will take, great Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glasswaj

land. pleasure In showing the advantages
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. There has been sepia! talk of a bridge 01 that section.-Tbe lIoUl 8eekel'. Harness and Stoves.
being built from some point In Herrltt
ANUAumcn uusoa BEER A SPBCIALTV.Out to Coooa and vicinity. This would provea i

: I, of town orders given prompt atten- solution of the problem to the very BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD. jj WOur Stock Complete and We Clan Fill Orders Promp

lew who own orange groves In the Imme-

M tion. Jug trade !a specialty diate neighborhood( of wherever the pio- The Board met Monday morning, April Jas. Pritcliard c&' Son

1 posed bridge Is located. 7tb, when the following: officers were ,
.1t FURNISHED, ROOMS The real solution of tills problem resrnci: J. M. Dixon, chairman; R. N.
would be a bridge( across Indian River Andrews, and K. E. Minis, secretary.The Postofflce Box 212,
S Cor. Bay and Catherine Sta, and a car line from the north end of minutes of the last meeting were
.Jacksonville Florida. Courtenay to Cocoa. The river from read and: approved. Titus'rti1e: F'lo ids

Courtnnav to Merritt is very shoal and The Treasnier's report for the month I
... wharves built out to wherb even the of March, 100J., was received, read found I
smallest steamer can land are an expensive : checked
correct, and redeemed warrants i I
necessity, both to build and keep In and canceled. SEEI: : >S.
repair; while the cost of hauling Troman Tbe usual monthly bills were then read THE YEARS TO COM
orange grove to the end of wharf, or and passed and ordered paid.
have no terrors for: the well insured num.
to lighter-sntlbjat, as the cane mightbe The following i
persons were appointed ONION--White and Red Bermuda.
lie Is secure In the knowledge that what
is Item"worth figuring on both
an Supervisor of their respective schools:
for In-coming and out-going freight.'A J. P. Sawtelle, :No. 37, llardeeville.\ Lars ever happens his family well provided
i bridge, by Itself, would be a .good Jorgenserl, No. 42: Grant. George M. for. And the cost of' this security to .

thing for the Island in every way, whether Quarterman No. 44, Canaveral. really very small. Our rates on, GENUINE Imported: Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of Harden See
it would ,be paying Investment or The following resolution was read and
not, Is a question which would never be adopted: LI1o: XD.'U.ra10o. Florida' Seed Rye and \DO Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.
fully decided till built, as only a little of Resolved. That the Board heartily .
are moderate and by taklngjout/ a policy app" v
tbe traffic for this part of the Island commends for Its elevating,uplifting and Send for Catalogue.
t .
.. I could pass over It, but a bridge and oar healthful influence, the work being done at an early age the benefits are greater
,, '
.<'w.4' :..'' .,.'\.r' :." ...;".r.':.. ., line combined, would, baring disastrous by the East Coast Chautauqna., They and premiums lower: CAMERON.. The'Seedl Store',
'':X : -'; : freezes, be a paying Investment In two or believe that work should be
.. !.: i : our school SCHUYLER & :3KANXINO FLA.
1 25 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE,
.. .' three and possibly from the start.
:: :"'I-' ." ": years, In close touch with all efforts tending to .
1 /..v......_ A bridge can be built as cheaply as educate and refine tbe masses; they are TITU8V1LLE, FLORIDA.
i WITH THE NEW YEAR anywhere In the state, piling and lumbercan Impressed tbat by co-operating with the Correspondence Invited.
s open up one of my bottles of be put 01 the ground at as low a Chautauqua management great benefit LQTABLISRRD: : 187O

OLD WINE OR WHISKEY figure an anywhere, AS all\ the plies necessary may be done our entire county, and especially It took 25: to find out that Type-
as well as tbe lumber, cnn be obtained the teachers and advanced pupilsIn years
and drink to the health and prosperity of within the radius of a few miles. schools writers were bnllr upside down.
friends and self our who may be ad ml fed to M. Lane & Son
1 during the ,
These year Ties, for a car line right; or nine miles all the exvrclsos under favorable conditions. ,
t Unexcelled goods are pure and whole ome. long, can be obtained alongside the road, Wnmay ren t lerlt possible for thcmt TF1E VISIBLE(::! WICITING
flavor.: for richness, strength and and If the growers owned the road, no to attend,
Right for health' and hospitality. expense: need! be Incurred for right x>f Association through the medium of OLIVER TYPEWRITER 250 WASHINGTON STREET,. NEW\TOBK.
way. Fietghtand passenger CUB combined teachers and pupils to patrons aud our
KOBT. L. MOTLOW, or separate, could be ,run by storage people, thus Hiding In advertising the I
1M built die where the work
I TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA. butteries\ which could probably be right IIP Produc!
enterprise, and more clearly preventing Southern Fruit and
sin lj tbt. a htcoU1pact, simply
Isis !
rh charged: from artesian wolU, and tripe the claims of Ch.lutuunua work ,to the ,
constructed, duinolu m.icliuie--easily
made as often as the necessities of the public mind; more fully, defining what
and cleaned
L. A. Hildreth dlntilct As highly paid learned upeiuted ; aligns
retired. mi
It is and doea.Ve are assured for the and needs least
officials would be operating of of perfectly, C orrm.missiors. 1vLerchan.ts.
necessary future some sptclal lectures high : :: : :
E Y Dealer, .In Foreign and Domestic Brands expenses would be reduced to a mini- order, espucixlly for teicheis, which will
mum. -, generally tend to improve the standardof SPECIALTIES: ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT.: Stencils, Cards and 0

4 ...of...
Growers could ship their products with Instruction in our xchoola.
less handling and hauling than In any The Board adjonrn-d to meet Monday ,quotations furnished on application.J. .

Ram Brandies, Whiskeys, Gins other! way, and Independent of weather morning May 5th, 1IOJ.CHURCH .
.' conditions. Passengers could go to ar
Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. Cocoa and return ID a couple of hours, iulid ItIIII II.'OETOKN. ED. OETOKV|
Instead of taking'all day and sometimes NOTICES.

The best whiskey and liquors served by half the night to make the trip, exposed OETGEN & OETGEN:

' polite and courteous attention. to the winter's cold or summer's heat Services at the Methodist Church TI- ,
during the whole time; while Coooaites, tusvlllu next Sunday" at 7'W:: p. m. Rev.
,Ii 'Sh A first clans line of foreign Rockledge tourists and others would un A. M. Dalger will officiate. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t, d" doubtedly patronize the road both for ,
and domestic cigars. business and The IT. S. mail Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold di- "'
k pleasure. l\\
u vca Commissiozi Merchant
rrtl vine service with communion iyu !
could be carried over. the road exped- holy I '=--' a.
FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited Itously and ifoly,and all property would Sunday next, In St. Mark's church,
Cocoa, at 11 a. m. AI" In St. Gabriel's
A Prompt and careful attention given enhance In value. PRICE, $97.50. We respectfully solicit consignments ot all kinds-Early Vegetables, Faults,
church Titusvllle\
The Hoe could extended to the south at 7:3O: p. m. W. S. BRANNIKG Titiwille! Fla.Agana
u to mall orders, accompanied by cash. end of the Island as soon as condition for Brevard, Produce, Poultry,Kggs, Hides, F tars,.Ski OB, Wool Beeswax, Honey, Syruj,.Salk
> warrant the Banana river bridged and County.
> h L. A. HILDKETII, the ocean, beach In reach of every one at VISIT The most peculiar and interestIng Sold to responsible parties fort:! cash Fish, Fish Roe, ete., and make quick returns the same da,1onJ'onlllgnm4Wl1t Is sol,|

I? d FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. a small cost. Under these conditions, ) ; eight| |In America and $10 monthly payments. Other make
actual settlers would come and help to THE FLORIDA'Ostrich machines taken I In part ptyment.
settle the l Island tourists would buy
lots and build winter homes,1 and Improvement
everywhere would be the Farm Co. SHOULD USE TilE OLIVER. Th>Oldest Established Gash and Seal House In tile grate
model southern home in South end
order of the day.
of Brevard the Indian
on River
county, ,
All this be premature at the
in the center of the may Bros.
belt. Nice
i 9-room dwelling and pineapple out-buildings. Ten the growers time, but between during the Merritt next Hod four Courte-years JACKSONVILLE Hodgson 'C ":''m.: A. Sours: & ao\\

acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, nay will spend on wharves, boats, hauling EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

. all lemon have, lime fruit and on them.grapefruit Beautiful trees-yards most :, damage to fruit through; extra Marine Railway. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
i handling and low of time In getting ,
S and llower garden. Will be sold at a about, a sum which, In the aggregate: General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.

bargain. For full particulars"C."address : would build and equip such abiidgeand{ ..Special Facilities.. Flour, Grits.. Meal and Fertilizer
motor oar line, and still be dependent on y.
Care ADVOCATE Titusvllle, Fla. steamers, that come when they can, or For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing ]*t njPw I US East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

t sailboat, both of which are slow, harm Yachts and Launches.
Dado County {.allel For Sale. ful to fruit, and to the last degree: In. Aj ttl. foiPuriaa Feed.! Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System j j"San
o convenient Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. I

For sale, clieap, the northeast quarterof
southeast quarter of section 3, town Clothing Cleaned Dyed '
ship :its, south of range 41 east; close to :, VEGETABLES. Nation'sBest
O. K, Wood's pineapple plantation onSt Ladles'drels"'l Mateo"
Lucia River; 40 acres. Oranges have been very dull this week Pressed and Repaired.

Also, the northeast quarter of north except for strictly fancy 12rti, which may = a specialty. Address SAM, PKRKINS, CigarIt'f4 )

east quarter of section 13, township S3, be fairly quoted at 1$. Homo strictly Magnolia Avenue and Hth Street,
south of range 41 east; on south fork of fancy "plueupplo" Indian River oranges :
St. Lucie lUver; iO acres. Apply to sold to the fancy trade. as hlgb as 0. P. O. Box: 255. Sanford, Fla. 0,11Flo.idu

CHAM." II. WALTOX, What little strictly fancy grapefruit /L!
Tltunvllle\ Fla there Is arriving Is !going: : out at $10 to Photography, Picture Frames ,.

I $11. Good, ordinary and poor fruit I Is and llonlcUng4.I Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored wltH
,' Laud Fur Sale.acres neglected add prices lUll nominal. opium and other when five-cent
drugs have
you can the pure Florida leaf at a
The market on plu s I,cleaned up well -I I .
' f + 1'7l" flrat-olats- pineapple land, and the demand good: Iced -24.. sold i t Portrait, Landscape and Marine Photo- price?

desirable front, on St. Lucle river, at a at $.1, and occasionally a little higher: for iI I r graphs. Portraits In and all the latest to styles. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY :BOof 23.. :. . . . ... $1
extra choice. For :iOit, .I.I 50 Is quoted. Old pictures copied enlarged any }
bargain. For reasonable
,f W. W. terms LrcK.Tlbbitls.write Florida: cabbage h M done better this high Nearly,weighing I 300 I lirantlo'iVt tu bird 4 +undseach.etandlne S to Ostrich to feet: size and finished In any style desired. i ADDRESS..... :Boa of 50.. .. .... . p" fl.7
t Fla. week, selling up to $J'SO. Some of the newts emi. .nitrlob .sitting and toady ostriches Florida views for sale. Work finished ,
fl arrival are too old to Hod a good market just batolmd.Oulde for amateurs at trade prices.F. ,3VT_ eO'7\/LEz"

T F @ Reading( notice ads. on this pageare Peppers are selling slow at $;J.X. .- *all eneori about visitor the birds through, their neat thetarm, hablu, explaining -, M. TAYixin, ,
tire cents per flue per week. (:- Y.) Frultmau: Uuide. plumage,,to. Titusvllle, Fla. SAN MATEO, FLA.


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