East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00234
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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OCAL NEWS -Pineapple offer to men with small Dancing In the Opera house, Tltosvllla VELVET CREAM: EVERY DAY ATJ. GEORGE GOULD MAY OWN A AMONG THE HOTELS.

capital. Look shaiply for W. W. Luce's Is Indulged nearly every evening. R. Walker: Go's.
ad. on page: 8. sCLOTHINGSIIOESMEN'S
Topics of General Interest. OCALA LAUNDRY-Basket will leave -Mr. B. T. Bell, who has been quite "

: FUR. every Tuesday. Your patronage solic Ill, Is now much Improved' In health, and The ADVOCATE Is on file every week'at )! h
Another ntnltl millionslre has become
ADVOCATE, Dishing at the large brick store. J. ited. Ralph lithe, Agent able to be around.OJU.ANDO the, American Club, Havana .; ,
THE It. Walker & Co. Interested In the Kant Count of Florida, '
1.50 per annum, in advance. -Prof. J. D. Teeter, Prof. E. E. Macy, T.\TNnnY-Buk9t leaves Information bas reached the Record The ADVOCATK: Is now on file at all t' "

tioO "six months, h -Mr. Josiah P. Thompson, of Wisconsin MissAlepit( Mlmsand Miss Nettle Jones, Carru t hers' Barber:Shop: every Tuesday from a reliable source that George Gould, the best hotels In Now York city

1 Jjiiou: per an. to foreign countries. has been at Ilardeevllle for a while, teachers in the TItusville High /School, morning-Jell Carruthers, Agent one of the lending; capitalists and rail Where to stop In Tltusvllle See Tltuavllle .4"

Ilion you subscribe for the ADVO- looking after his property. spent last weok at Melbourne, attendingthe -Mr. J.V.. limner, a well known road magnates of tile United :States, Intends hotel ad on our 7th page. .'. '

L. by the year, It does not cost you SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, MANager : Chautauqua.Mrs. of to build winter homo In this section r
orange; grower: Georgians: was a pleas The Hibiscus hotel Palm Bench, Is
Included. which will" \ rival the magnificent; estate -
cents per week, postage of Cutler estate If you want to -: M. A. Sprague and her daughters / ant caller at this office Wednesday\ of Blltmoro which Mr. George still open and doing a good business. '

|, Ute of expiration printed upon buy choice bits of real estate. Mrs. Chappotin and Miss Bergp,
te every week. This well known winter visitors to the Ease -Mr. and Mrs. '1'. N: Decker, who Vanderbilt owns In the mountains ol( Where to stop along the East Count. ,
paper or wrapper -Mr. C. H. Itacey, of Waveland who have been tit Jensen for time North Carolina.On \ .
for money. No need Coast, are now guests of the Lakewood some past, See list of hotels on pages 4.I, 0 and 7.
receipt your had been attending the Good Roads convention returned to Titusvllle on Wednesday his last trip to Florida, Mr. Gould I
Is, to send. receipt for subscription. at !St.:' Augustine, passed throughhere Lake wood, N. J. became Infatuated with the beauties of Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to "
}date gives it to you. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME, A has stop at those hotels whose ads, are On I 1t 1
Tuesday, en route home. CALL AT F. M. TAI LOB'S PHOTOgraphic the East Coast and, it la asserted,
i Gallery Tltusvllle and Grove Pineapple Plantation or Vegeta-: authorized an to purchase 2,000) our 7th page, t,
see agent;
TIlE BEST.:: The clothing made by table Farm E. A. Waddell M laml's <
ads. ten cents see ,
notice are
1 Reading Continental Tailoring\ Co. Walkercan his samples of Photogiaphs. Flashlights acres of land In Brevnrd county, whichhe Mr. J.'Wt Rowland, front clerk at tbe i, d

Bnne on this page. lit See the huge sample ; by appointment at any tine. -Mr. John S. Franz, Florida' well proposes to transform Into an earthly Breakers, at I'lilm Bench, will manage : 'I'' ,1 ;'

l\Ve are now having ideal Florida book. J.you II. Walker & Co. Always something; new. known agent: for the' Dlebold Site and paradise. The location has not been Congress Hall, Cape May\ N. J., the Y' 7
Lock Co., aritvod! at the Indian River ho- i definitely announced but It Is said to be !,
coming summer
weather. -Mr, and Mrs. J,D. Price of Ormond
tag ... '
Mr. J. A Modisette, of Wisconsin, tel, Tltusvllle, last night.BATSIIATSFIATS. 'In the neighborhood of Melbourne,
I Attorney James E. Andrews, of Fort has purchased the residence and orange are entertaining; at their pleasant cottage, where the Bust Count Chautauqua holds The Palm Reach hotel has been doing 4
In town from Friday until Hammock Home, their sister, Mrs Ch s.It. The latest In an excellent tourist business this winter,
free was /grove of Mr..1.1'. Sawt:! ,elle, at ardot'- Its annual sessions.
Simrall, and daughter Miss Josephine style, the best In .workmanship and Messrs. Stevens and Ormes naturally ,
lirday. vllle, find will make some Improvementsupon In connection with the purchase plans I
it. :Slmrall: of Covington, Ky. gentlemen, boys, ladies, misses and are being made for n magnificent residence feel quite proud of It, ns this la tbelr i
W. E. Gerow, representative of J. K. Walker & Co. P
Mr children\
several hundredsof that siiiHon at Palm Bench, I
-Mrs. P. E. Winstead and children which will cost
| ;Standard Oil Co., made a trip along -Mrs: Wesson has had the : '
(:: carpenters .
this week. have Joined Mr. Winstead at Miami, 11n consequence of the closing of thousands, of dollars. The extent of Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach, .
coast at work for several days repairing and
I much to the regret of their many Titus Canaveral her the of the
fixing at I
-IlGOOD FRESH GROCERIES ANDieeetables ADVOCATE: up office cottage rear vllle-'friends. However, we hope to Bourne brought nearly all the help over Is stated that the open court which the charge, will open for the summer season ,
at the lowest prices, try occupied by Attorney them here the Club's launch Wed building will surround will be :200 feet ,
: F. J. Webb.AGENTS again see some day. on Widgeon, on on Thurscltiy, May :liStli.! At present Mr. ,
Jr. E Goldsmith, Tltusvllle. This court will bo convertedInto t'
SPECIAL PRICES. A Library Table, nesday. square. Vlnlng Is managing the Jefferson hotel

County School Superintendent R. F. WANTED. Either sex. Big price 930, for $23; a Mori is chair -Mr. and Mrs. II. R. HefTner, of Circle a beautiful tropical garden.( It U Key West. j. :,

na, of Bonaventure, was In town part line of new specialties, offering large: worth $17.'>0, at $i4.2a: ; vernls mar vllle, 0., and their niece, Miss Wana- said that the design will of be the entrusted Gould mun to Mr. 'r. W. MoCreary, manager of Hotel ) l ,
sollers. and or palace
Wednesday and yesterday, and gave returns.circulate Quick free. Address Catalogue Lewes tin table, worth $3.30: : at *2.0.No: maker, of Columbus, O., are guests of Thomas ; one of the architects Victory, Put-iu-Bay Island, Lake Erie, h, ,I

un pleasant call. f Co. Dinsmore ,Fla. Racy trouble to show them. Call or write the Indian River hotel, Titusvllle! where of the !Ponce Hastings de Leon and Alcazar. It 0., the largest summer hotel In. the t f Novelty
arrived the first of the week.
| D' VEGETABLE LANDS J. R. Walker & Co., TItusville, Kla.Mr. they la said that a private theatre Is contemplated world, was a pleasant visitor to the East .
orlsale -Mr. E. J. A. Drennon and son Ever -Mr. E. L. who has been In Coast this week. He was at Rockledge
Improved and unimproved -! F. G. Schell, a former residentof among: other features.-St. Augustine -
Jtindt*. Prices to suit all parties. Call I ett, arrived here last Friday, and after Titusvllle, but now the editor and Miami for several weeks. looking after Record. ou Saturday, and from there he returned ir'l, 4t li

Kr write. E. A. Waddell, Miami, Fla. spending a few days at the Indian River owner of the Lake Butler :Star was his grocery business returned home the to St. Augustine. r
hotel, left for the Dum mitt orange grove: first of the week. Now he is paying at- t
[Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of In which Mr. Drennen Is Interested. The among the pleasant callers at this officeon tention to his fine orange In the THE NEW CLERK'S OFFICE.The 'The Palm leach Club, ably managed rJt i
Saturday. He came here for the grove Bros. has been
purpose Bradley; very
Jstcrn Star::: ,held a meeting; on Tuesday other members of Mr. Drennen's family Turnbull hammock.Mrs. highly
of Improving his of In connection with the
orange grove, spoken ,
Ening for tbe purpose of transacting; did not come south this winter Mr. J I
llness and voting on candidates for ad- Drennen and son have been enjoying a which Is situated near Mlms. D. N, Cone, mother of Mrs. D. contract for the new clerk's office ell many excellent dinners given there this f. I; "
order. Mrs. B. Goodall W. Monroe arrived hate on Friday last, which 'will be erected at the corner winter. This Club employs one of the '::' '
this ,
JRsion to pleasant visit to Palm: Beach this week. -Mr. Ernest of Sanford, Me. awarded
Palm and Pine streets, baa been tluest chefs In the United States and the 'I'
1 Wilson was in tbe chair. who had been on a visit to Miami andPalm to stay with her daughter for a while. .
-Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, Miss Louise Beach off .here short We regret to say that Mrs. Monroe's to L R. Docker & Co., and work baa already very best the market affords can be obtained "..* ,'
-Miss lone Kincaid, of New York Brown and Master Mark Brown who newly born baby died about six o'clock commenced on the foundations, at the Palm Beach Club.
Goodall '
10 Is spending the winter at Hoteleakers had been at Miami for about ten days, while, Wednesday, en route to on Friday morning !last. and will be pushed as rapidly as possible y I ,t.
will remain week I '
where he a or so longer The rush of travel continues The
{ Palm Beach, with a party of returned to their home in TItusville on to completion, say the Tltuivllle correspondent .
with his parents lIe will\ not put his MY OLD eATRONSWILT. NOW find prevailing bud weather at the North and
lends, was one of the charming; young; Sunday evening, much pleased with their of the Times-Unlon. The build-
lies who attended tbe dance at the visit to the mettopolis of Dade. They launch in commission at Titusville this me ready to do Dressmaking In the I Inlt will have a frontage of thirty feet on the perfect condition existing In Florida
season. While at Palm Beach Mr. (>uodall between the Indian River ho. serve to bring crowds of tourists, The ; '
It will
last' cottage
[yal Poinciana dance Saturday: left Mr. Brown at Miami to attend to his Palm street, and forty feet deep. t
"it. banking Interests, and to look after the bought a fine Buffalo gas engine tel and the binbershop. Call and give be a one-etury brick structure, with tin Ormond! hotel Is /tilled with enthusiastic t' I ,:

Sheriff Jos. P. Brown attended the erection of the palatial new bank buildIng from Mr. Geo K. Wallace. me a iris). Satlxfucilon guaranteed. roof The front room will\ bo arranged guests Wliou more Arrive than can be OJ I f ,
Miss L. Mendel, the dressmaker, I with tables desks for the convenienceof aocummullated In the hotel, the COil ulna, t '
aging!( of Richard Dedwllley, at Miami, -Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson, aftera or ;
visit with Mr and Mit Ueu; those business with the oleik, on the bench, takes as lodgers, the over 0
1 Friday last. There will be two moreliiglngs AND DRY pleasant Dr. R. M\ Mason\ Snndford's prominent t twonderfully
TO the
The beach la
How. '
at Miami on Friday, April 3rdfhn W" M.( Robbins, of TItusville, and 1Ih.and dentist, nrilved at theImllitn River while\ back of this will be time I recordingroom moonlight on I '
Bright for killing; Lottie HardeJmandWm. -, GOODS::! 1IIEHCJIA.NT8ForHent Mrs. Geo. F. ,.Paddison, of Eau Gallie, hotel Tltusvllle last Sunday and has which will be 11 x 17 feet, with beautiful, and beach parties 'i. ,
RichI a Klne, Coiner Brick left bets, Monday, en route to their busily twelve-foot ceiling, the ante as front watch the moon rise out of tho water, r '
; Kelley for killing; been engaged: ever since. Owing;
I Hone Store in Titusvlllo the county home at Point Caswell, N. C., but will\ to the rush of dental work Dr. Mason room. Adjoining this, In the northeast or later, to toast irmrsh-mailows before II
town of Bievard, on Indian stop off Washington, Ga. on a visitto corner of the building, will bo tile steel n big bonfire, serve to tempt many of I {
County( Commissioner Jno. R. Walk- River. l Suitable: for clothing:, their daughter: Mrs. G. '}?'. Anthony. says he will remain one week longer. vault. This will be lo x 1ft feet, and 10 the young( people to pass many hours of '+.. ',', '. f 1'1 1'1to
delegates to the good roads convenn gents furnishings, dry goods, Their many friends were glad to again -Contractor Henry I. Klopp, of Fort feet high/ between the steel wills of the an evening' out of doors. A perfect succession ..' .,

[' at :St:: Augustine, left here, Sunday, etc. Rare chance for a good, see them on Indian River. Pierce, was In town part of Wednesdayand vault and the outer walls there will\ beaD of entertaluraents, both day and. .-.,j",l i'l "

11 the Ancient City, and returned on up-to-date business man on Thursday, for the purpose of examining Air space of four Inches; the outer night, keep everyone busy and so the \ i

kmday' Mr. Walker was elected chairn the East Coast. Immediate "Sugar 'ane Culture" Is the title ofa and drawing; f plans for needed alterations walls (being of brick of double thickness. whirl goes on. .. w t J.I I

of tho above meeting, a place which possession. Full particularsRobotueTItusviiie new book just published. It contains to the Tltusvllle public school Above the vault there will\ be six arches, The ADVOUATK'H J" ,f'
Magnolia Spring ,,
[filled with considerable ability. ofOeo.; chapters about the history of cane, bot-- house. We acknowledge a pleasant call. with three rows of brlok and nine Inches correspondent : e n J t 1 I
Fla.Mr. any, climate, drainage, varieties, says I.
-The steamer Quaker City Is a very rfir' seedlings: etc., and Is nicely Illustrated.The -Mr. J. S. Johnson, of the J.I S.:! John- of cement above the arches. The vault Card parties are still the favorite Ijl I :

kasant boat, running dally from Miami E, M. Ilolman, Worcester, perusal of this publication will be son Co., Baltimore, who ball l been on a will be absolutely fireproof, the contractfor amusement with many of the guests at r. "(I ';

| Key West. She makes good: time, Mass., who spent about six weeks at the of great: value to all cane growers: and trip down the East Coast, called at this same having been given to the Vie bold the Magnolia Springs; hotel. Monday's\( IJ, ,"

M runs very smoothly. There Is an Indian River hotel, Titusville, with his everyone can obtain a copy, free of office yesterday, to examine the Walton !probably: progressive euchre party; was a success-. p 4 .-.'

Icellent orchestra on board, and the wife, has bought two building lots near charge: by writing for it to the German patent self-locking pulley block, with twelve! tables were played; and, from the :

pp is more like a pleasant yachting ex- the Post office, Daytona, of Mr Wm II. Kali Works, 03: Nassau St., New York. which be was much pleased Mr. Johnson Ing: will cost +:2-2M. first tinkle of tbe bell, the game was 1

Felon than like regular travel by sea. Peters, for (2,000:. ; and In September be Informs us that his company has sold When the new building I. completed turned; well fought; -the prizes as usual, were N 'i

[hen at Miami, do not fall to take this will return to Daytona, from Worcester, -Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Kochersperger; out to the W. J. Hooper Manufacturing tbe |present clerk's oliioe will be well chosen and were won by Mrs. I). I. ; /

flightful daylight trip. and commence electing two fine brick threw open their beautiful and attractive Co., Baltimore. He left for Orlando this over to the Tax Collector and County Wood, Mrs. K. A. Wood, Mrs. Chamber a ,,1

stores, with tenements above, to cost beach cottage to their friends last Pride) morning.Mr. Treasurer, who are at present occupying lain. 'nl.: A. K. Dick, and W, J. Mattresou. .b s

(,-Mrs.[ Powell and her sister, Miss $8,000 or tlOOOO.( ) Mr. S. II. Gove, the evening; entertaining them In a delightful -, C. S. Beadle ulllces. In the courthouse Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. J'

|Iggle Ramsey, of Haoktnsaok, N. J., contractor and architect Is getting out manner, with music and games. A and citizen, a large of Sault property St. O. T. Travel entertained a number of' I

inner popular visitors to Tltusvllle, the plans. Mr. Ilolman is also going to guessing contest opened the evening's owner prominent their f{feuds with progressive hearts. !' I
no Marie Mich. his talented AT FORT
have accompanied by -
been KILLEp
| guests of the Royal Palm,
Iminl have launch built, for taking pleasure merriment. George E. Palmer read I and charming wife Dr. Helen A. The game was played In the ladle. : : i
: and the Breakers, Palm Beach, and the Tomoka which was Interrupted by pieces tables roomwas !!
ore trips on the Halifax story, ; Beadle, arrived In Tltusvllle on Wednesday Andrew Dill, a Swede, was killed by lor-twelve playing. Tbe }
| passengers on yesterday's north- rivers !Mr. and Mrs. Ilolman are delighted of music\ played on the violin by Miss Fort Pierce Friday beautifully decorated with flowers, I 1j
trail and are now residing; in Captain J. Marshal Carlton at on ,
fund en route home. They were
with and Us pretty Ruby Palmer pertaining to the story, and the handsome by /
Nghted Daytona O. Walton furnished house In South afternoon last, about three o'clock.As gowns displayed (
with Palm I(each and Miami, leave for St. Augustine and the names written on a piece of paper the (adieu added mueh to tbe beauty of
drives. They ,
Dill) said to .
>n attended and TItusville, where they expect to remainone far as we can learn was 4 1\! '
| balls parties I I'
many of different selections played. A i
I'lile' at those or two months Dr. Beadle I la A sinter have been drunk and disorderly; and as the scene The prizes were exquisite,
popular resorts. today.Mrs.. K. II. Laimbeer, jr. of Brooklyn prize given to the one who guessed the of Mrs. F. M. Taylor, and we gladly some citizens made complaints to tbe and tbe dainty selections were thorough- ,

1-Honors as to titled people from Eng- N. Y. (who has many friends on In most of them was a handsome volume of welcome her and ber husband to Tltusvllle Marshal, he went to the fishing camps appreciated. by the winners. After t" I

lad have been divided between the Roy. dian River), gave a large and very elegant( poems given to Miss Ott.-Daytona Gazette again. to arrest blm. Ills partner urged him I the (fame was finished supper was served c( rand

Poinciana and the Breakers Palm dinner at the J'onco de jeonMt. Augustine New. to resist arrest, as the Marshal did not the guests regretted that so pleasant ti

'ach, this season. The former hotel Is on Saturday last, proving herself -Major I.. B. Dawson, of the Narrows have a warrant; and later, an Dill's partner an evening had passed so quickly 1

[wrtainlng; the Duke and Duchess of the perfect hostess as she Is an accomplished i Gardner's Flyer passed through Tltusvllle, Monday was seen to be moving towards a big '
to St.. Ills Hotel Breakers, Palm Beach, Mr. Leland 4t {
Winchester the en route Angustlne. son i
while at the latter are the and charming woman, with carving knife on shelf, Marshal Carlton '
IT! and Countess of Radnor, the CountI" gentle consideration for others, the dig. Is Buffering from appendlcltl) and be shot him through; the forearm, Hterry, assistant manager has done ,
of New stock floe laces and embroideries was taking him to the hospital for treat- a phenomenal tourist business this winter ,.
Lathom and Major J. M. Wing- and grace that characterises, tbe thinking he was going to use the knife
ru, late of the British Army. The lat- nity gentlewoman. The dinner was ready for trimmings eto. Misses'straw ment. Dr. Geo. W. Holmes was the attendant him (the Marshal). lie then took The hotel has been filled with ( I

ff four returned from true : the menu hats, qualities :25 to 7, c. Spring dress physician, and he said lie hoped upon take him to when the guests, from basement to roof, for sever
a trip to Nassau, perfect in all Its appointments, hold of Dill, to jail, .
ribbon tissue It would[ not be to make al week., and quite a merry party-Including
fiwrnas, on :Saturday: last. so choice that It may very properly be fabrics, manyatle& Pique, necessary; an Marshal's revolver-wlilcli was In his t .
lace organdies, madras, dimities, operation on Mr. Dawson; they would ao ADVOCATe representative-
called banquet. The round table- band-accidentally went off, and Dill ,\ t
f'ECUl SALE MONDAY, MARCH a stripe namsooks, welts. make a thorough examination before ex- left there, on Saturday evening for the
four bliwl the ball
1-1.!:I made famous at the Dewey banquet was shot In tbe shoulder ; '
embroideries and laces, ladles' un- laid in one of the private C1. A. GARDNER: Tltuivllle, Fla. treme measures were used. On Wednesday passed down through: his heart and he lance at the Royal Polnclana. During t
iierweai. ago-was
all years the Breakers has bad
kinds the
Of New York prices. Dr. Holmes returned from St.: season over
IJ. K. Walker <& Co. I II dining rooms, with covers for decorated twenty. Augustine, and informed us that It was died In a couple minutes.At held Fri. IOOOU( guests; there were over tlllt< ) guests 4> t e
had been effectively the Inquest on body,
I The room Wagons for Hale. make 10 the hotel on Sunday. Never has this +
found necessary to an operationupon ?
of them brilliant tbe Coroners Jury brought In
etc. day night,
with palms many bad
famous resort a more
Dawson prosperous
Mr. who was getting
1'or Sale, at Daytoua.ChOlce with hundreds of incandescent for lights the I now have on band large stock of along very satisfactorily. a verdict of "Accidentally Killed. Bttiuton With the warm, fine weather, '

among the leaves. The favors 2-Inch tire aid :-lncb> tire one-horse wagons surf bathing, fishing, golf, tennis, ;yscut- .
!hpted Hammock lands, particularly ladies were tiny fans, the name-card that can be delivered at once. THERE IS NO REASON WIlY WE CHURCH NOTICES. fog:, hunting, social parties and the many' 1 E ,

) fop growing; Oranges, also Irish bearing an appropriate quotation: for R. E. MiMe, JR., cannot please. you, our Spring and other diversions, attract with much en- 4
Q atoes, Will sellin lota of from 10 to tbe gentlemen were walnuts with the Tltusvllle Fla. Summer Goods are in tranclt and will .huslasm the devotees of these varlops 1 '

acres, C. BUCKMAK, quotation enclosed. The'l'atler.-Jndge be on display the coming week. Reserve Tbe Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday forms of amusements. Then there are 7 ,
I DI missed this ---r-- school will\ meet at 3:00: ( every; Sunday' .
JacksonvU'e Fla. unfortunately orders. J. R. Walker & Co.
Lai ro beer, your the dances, and the orchestras, which
social event, for he was called Route Wanted. afternoon.
pleasant dally give forth excellent music for the
For Sale. home to attend to important business Tax Notice. I Rev. N. I. M. Bogert will'\ preach In tbe amusement of tbe guests. Mr. I.eland
Correspondence solicited with northern Tltosvllle Presbyterian church every t
matters I Sterry has been a very busy man this season
party owning winter. home In Florida Sunday evening at 7-10: o'clock. Also at
| Thebestcornblnatlonpineappleorangetut The tax books for State and County looking alter every detail connected '
vegetable property on the lower Waitresses! desiring a first-class tenant during for tbe year 1004 will close April 1, 100f; Rock ledge every !Sunday: morning. with this palatial hotel; but he has able
Coa..t Will' pay handsome Income waitresses wanted. All ;year their( absence."Caretaker ", by order of the Comptroller. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine assistants In Mr. A. R. Wood 1.chief clerk;,

|.It I Jear For particulars address White Address AOTOOATK E. W. HALL service on Sunday next In !St.: Paul's Mr. George Hopkins, cashier: Mr. lea /
WILL, L. FRANTZ, round situation. 1'. BKWAN.: Care Tltusvllle,Fla. Tax Collector Brevard County, Fla. church, Eden-Tibbals, at 10:;N) a. m., and King assistant cashier; Mr. J. W. How- '
It WaveUnd Jensen land front clerk Mr. W. E. Wilson\ ,1'
Ankona, Brevard Co.Fla. Hotel I A Casa,Orlando, Fla. In All Saint's church, :
I'artnerMlilp LHxHolved. at :3:30: p. m. mail clerk; and Mr. John /S.: Russell, ? t
Sale Cheap. night clerk a
n xkled8e? Indian River, Pineapple ami Orange Land. Notice Is hereby given that Frank Roy. To Investor 14

Has -and orange land, on The Flannery place, at Haolorer Canal, lance and II, I. Klopp, known. Kovlaoce Hotel LII C" ,,. '
fine of the most attractive and best Choice pineapple Waveland and lie",-- 31 acres of land and a bouse. Fine location & Klopp, Contractors and Builders have With ten ;year successful pineapple I. *iI. I

odd.rocked stores along the East Coast of peninsular, between both the Indian for a Club-bouse; 2OOi( feet water. Ibis Ittth day of February; mutually dissolved growing which ha paid 25; per cent net 1 1

,' You can find everything yourlrI all's St.oLocle fronting on beautiful I oca loo front on tbe Lagoon, also fronting on partnership. All persons having profit, we Invite capitol to co-operate Inn Newly furnished, clean, comfortable.:

a this store. AU kind of flne gro- and Rivers, in :5 and the: Canal. Excellent fishing and hunt- claims against said firm are requested to the development of one hundred Centrally located aDd up-to-date. The

Par, sot western meats. near Gilbert's Bar Inlet.three-room{told cottage 101{. Also 10 acres of One hammock land present the same for adjustment. acres. Best of references given and a best tourist. hotel In Orlando. Rates, *J yI+ 'J i ito

? Liar attention paid to the needs 10 acre lots. Also new, at hllob. Apply U* F'ltAXKII. ROY'A'f' thorough Investigation Invited. $2.50.: Special per week r

I'ac "men and cruising parties. to rent. Apply to F. J. WKHB, I. KLOII IfAnnLE Bao, Address, CAIT. P. BrwAX, ,'

OKO. N IlATfn. Prop. C. U. RACEY\.nelan. Fa. 3apl Tltmvllle Fla. 20m 4t Fort Pierce, Fla. 3mo, Jensen, Brevard Co., Fla. Orlando, Fla. IS

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1 1r4 ; No.89 No,39 1I; 23 Dally.l STATIONS. No.68 No. 73Daily. No.74 No 28

d Dally. Dilly. Dsi2v. Dally.TBOa. Dally
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t.t t.. / 831 811ia .. .SD.Jacksonville.Lv 7 4Jn: 7IIp. 0Is
800p1n6si ... St. AUffUMtlrio,.. 0Ua ,
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66Jp| 4601 ... 4r..eal6lse, ..Ari SOba6Ilj 600 --
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,... 131 | ., .,..Buunelle. ....... 31.
o 32 ...... IHipont.... ., 4 ,' N
a I I( 11 ao 8 36p 1 S!, 1047 Ormoml...... { 80'a 8 |p '4 03 t. 01 V 0
1143) tflpBOOp 321 10 60 ait'n'i Dayton ..., 4 it'i'Wu 4fi ,
\ \ 3 ); .. .. ....PortUrango.... F 007)
\ :-; 'i7 io" 413.03I' x120 ....Ni-w Smyrna.... | 422 (,, ay
CONCERNING CALENDARS. \ QS i3 p. Oak inn.... ... 6"p
800a018p. '
109 0091 .Tltinville..... 3 37
t 4p 1 1IIIfr< ....... .... ... 8 601. .Oucos..s... ........ 1 40 p.. i 9 s'
Some IiitrrmtlnK Onrm Hate as KnrIlitrk ..: ........ II 00 p 8 40 p 13'BOP ....,Rockledge...,. 1 30 p 3'i|i l 67
I% a. tbe Fourth CentarV.Anionx a. j ....... 8 23 ]> 29 p 1 it i .,Eau Giillio... ..,.. 11 DO p 8 Up gsp
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6 33 l> 23 i 1 I9 1141)) 0 08
f' tIle Greeks" and Iloiuniix al- \ .. .. ..... ..... .. 1201p. p p6
0 I mnnacM or culending' were lint written + 6a i :: : :: .. ; 6 07ps ,. .,. .....St. Lu. la...... ..... .. 11 U.U .. ., C
347ft 748I' 8 491! ..... Ft. Pierce..... 1315 a Oia 1l It pi
for the general l public, but wc 'e preserved : s.+ 'j I i .. ... 0 iil1' ........ ..Tlbhnla. .... 10 41 n 303p 0
as |>iut of tile exoteric h'IlI'ulnll e ....., ........ 0 831}i .... .....,.>Eden........... 10 IT a ..::.. >f
1+ 1 33 p ... .......Jensen ....... ,... l0ls......
j of the priest, whorl the puoplo( linil to 47 .... ... Stuart ... ... 10 Ma .. .,,.
( li consult not only for the dittos of the -.a.::..::. .:..:.: it .... ...hobosound..... ., .... 060 a .. ... ..Noq
tidies v .. 80 .. .,... ,..west Jupiter.... ,' ..., 040n.. ....
festivals, but for Iht'I'ol'r \vbnvarloun
( a 6 40 a 0 30 p 10 ... 4 23 p Ar.Kova Pomclanu 8 68.. 1105 Daly.
t; Ielnl{:: I rul'I'edlr..H' I julslit be Instituted. :/ W 80 5 BO a 146 p 0 33 4 _! V v..Tlie Breakers, 8 Ma 1100 a IIIlift p

tl I k 1 .Vtoit !dill)!) I II. C., however ty t/ 9 8 86 45 SMa608a 9 CBpa'io'ii p .8 ad 443p469p..Royal W. Palm PolnolanaAr Boaoll.Lv lOOBp 9 cap 840.8 80 a 10 10 80 40 a a Ip/

cue Kiichii: 10'11111114.I .Hocicliiry to Ap. ]03n. ....... ........ t 06 p ....... .Bnynton..t. 805aTOiln .,
1 : Hloll these \ ]oa1t........ ....... i10V ,....... ......Oelray .. .....,.. ...... .
''j plUS CllltlJIllA ) "l'I'ItS13' TO- t 11 OBS. ... ..... a 09i ..... ..Ft I.aufierdale... .. .. T lop ...
pouted npiillciiIlniM> to the prlowls and a r t q, 11 Mil ...... ....... 1519 p ..,, lI llandale..,. .. ... OBI a., ..
Y N ]143 1041i. ..,. Lemon City... 829s. top
collntc the Inform:ition: MO gained. It y N i
nltunnu 1 _11 50 li'4 'p 19 69 p 040 ArMlsmt.Lv SODA H Ma SbOat no.I iIp}S;|
I was really yiililliililnvc nn
when UH I.tvy rt-luU'H, Flu\lim exhibited !! Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine,

l the Lust! on white tnbloM. ill-omul There was a hurry call for the ambulance of the City Hospital. In the course of a few moments & JAOKSONILLH TO ST. AtTQtlSTINE.No. i

the forum. From this time gtiullarc'ontnlnliiK very sick woman was brought In on a stretcher-sho was pale as death and evidently suffering keen agony.

t tuhlf'tfIJ the calendar tlio There won a hasty examination and consultation, anti in less than a quarter of an hour the poor creature was Nm31 No.37 Bo,16'
e 23 No. 27Ually. No.29Ually. No.35Dally. No.43Daily. Dally Lally No.93 ,
Dely No
teHth-ultl, uMti'ononileul phenomena and on tho operating table to undergo an operation for ovaritis. I Dally.Lv. I Ex. I Kx. l'al.y. Eti 8aly
+ aoinetliiics allu dons to hlstorlcnl l events The above h an accurate account of an incident which oocurcd in New York recently ; the young I Mon. Mon Mnn,
+' became quite couiinon. They bavo been woman in question had warnings enough of her dangerous condition in the terrible pains and burning Jitckaouvlll*.I 7 86 aAr. 0 OO a 0 40 a 113 p p 2 39 p 3 00 p p 8157T
St. | 8 6ft 1O 00 10 Oi) a I
AumiBilne a a n lip 801> 83p 400
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dug up in I'oniiH'll and clxewbcro.Tlx'ro sensation low down in her left side. l the: had no one to advise her, and sho (suffered torture until it
UI'OIIMO extant CbrlHtlan: cnl- was too late for anything to save her life. ST. AUQU8TINE TO JACKSONVILLE.

fl endure dutljiu all fur !IllicIt nit the fourth NO. I DJially NO oo NO 38
1 r-entury! which give the IIUUH-H of tlio Women should remember that if they do not care to tell a doctor their No. 03Dally.. No. 02Uully.. lix.Hun.. I Dally Ex. I Dally K*. I No. 44Dally.. Daily No. 30, .No. 781 No. 74I|Da. .alia ,

I salute mid other 1'Uglolllllllful'IIIUUOIIo troubles, they should be willing to tell them to a woman, who stands ever Sin. Sun.

+ vOno of tlio Must fainoim of the salt ready to advise and them. state that Mrs. Pinkham's advice is iT. tit.AuMuatinor. 0 4U a l NOOs l I 8168 Iliia _I140a llOO p 0Op on'810p't Elp
, help Again we 17
enilarH of the uilddlu IH A Jackiiniivllla. f 6e s 0 Otis 0 Its 13 13 p 43 p 1 10 p 30 p 3J p 711 I. ,141p
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t plied by I'etruti of Duclu In A. I). 1300. freely and confidentially given to every one who asks for It. Address, Lynn, Hass. SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.

A mnnuHi-rlpt copy In preserved In the The following letters prove beyond question that Lydia E. Pinkham's

1 Bavlllun library at Oxford. The Sym Vegetable Compound has the power to cure, and does curs thousands of cases SANFOKD BRANCH.No. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

bollc'iil Muu), still or Man a common of !Bitfiis I feutiiru(HoaioBlgiiorinii lu of Inflammation of the ovaries, womb, and .all other derangements of the 1 1 STATIONS I belly.12THuavllle No.Dally XNo.I| Dally 1 BTATIO.M. j DnllyI'Daily U.IIf 4

jr N alniiiniiCH, appears') In thin 1>book not, Itl' female organism. 08-aIf Lr......... .......,.An 1 90 p
t a) a "............Mlm.............Arl, 1 07 p 4 83 p 10 10 a Lv.N., Bmyrna. Ant 41 p 2p
b 18 conjcctiiritl, for the flrnt time aa !itL'eini AIRS. OTTO SOY SAVED: FROM A SURGICAL OPERATION. 883.. /LT.......... Osieen...........Aril 6* aLT 5 OJp i Jl a Lv Lake lie en Ar 12 lip, hip
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L to hove been n Biirvlvnl from the S Ma Aril 80 H S 20 ji 8U a Lv Oraiurn City Ar'] ii p I p
time of '. DKAU MIM. 1'Jorluu..11 cannot thank you enough for what your Vegetable II. SO.. Ar. ......... S"r'rd ....... _..LT 11 00 a_ _333 P 11 49 ai 4r.Or.Clty3e..Lv1121Op 9 '
rtoleiny'u "AliiiaKOHl, collection
i a .- xP Compound has done for me. If it had not been for your medicine, I think I wo-jld No. 19 -
of classic observations nnd No. 17 S
problenn eua
have died. Bun.Only I MAYPOBT BBAJKTOH.
t relating to geometry and astron 441 will tell you how I Buffered. I could hardly walk wrus'unable to sleep or eat. Dally Dan y I om,

omy. Menstruation wan irregular. At last I had to stay in my bed, and flowed so badly that 11 00 a 4 43 p Lv.............,........ Jacksonville ..... .....,..........ArAr. 8 3D a !
1108. 4 63 p ...................,South Jacksonville..........,....,.,..Lv 8 U a Np
r The flrnt printed almanac -was the they sent for a doctor, who said I hud Inflammation of the ovaries and must go 11 49 a I 9 84 p Ar .............*........Pablo Bench............,..........,Lv 7 CO a I Slip
d, Tro riurlbiw Annln,"'IsHtied at Vienna through an operation no medicine could help me, but I could not do that. 11 4S a 0 Ii p Ar......................Atlantic Beach .............,.......Lv 7 45 a I I lip
9 '. In 1457 by nn astronomer named Pur- I received a little book of yours and after reading it I concluded to try Lydia E. _,200m,: 640 PAr........... .............. Mayport ..,,.,,,..,.,,...,,.,.,..,Lv Teoa IN 1
'i'' y. tiacb. The curliest known Almanac devoted l.\ PlnkliRiu's Vegetable Compound and I am now a well woman. 1 shall praise Train do not top atitatlo: opposite which no time la shown.
b your medicine as long as I live, and also recommend the same to any one suffering as I Them Time Tablea show Ih" tlmea al-which trains may be expected to arrive and depot
expressly to the year of IHSUO was."-JlHs. MiJfNiR' OTTOSOJT; Otho, Iowa. (June 0, 1001.) from the several itatlons. but their arrival or departure at the time. stated is not IfU'NDIM
was published by IlabclnU in 1533. nor does the Company bold itself renponslb a for aay delay or any coniequencei anili|"1
'Thenceforth! the pplu-mcrul, I yearly I Follow' the record of this medicine, and remember that these thousands of ierefroin.

; character of the publication came to be cures of women whose letters are constantly printed in this paper were Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami r
at definitely recognized by almanac mak. not brought about by "something else: ," but by Lydia E. Pinkhaet'sI

ere NoHtnulumus net the funhlon of I 91 Vegetable(: Compound the (great: AV'oman's Kennedy for Woman's Ilia. BETWEEN MIAMI. KEY WEST. HAVANA. AND NASSAU

Incorporiitlntf predlctlonit of coming Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a For schedules of 1'eninenlerOecidentdSteeiua' .lll'ft| auk any R nfui '! r'' v veutH Into almanacs fashion that hundred thon.sund times for they get what they wanta cure. Moral.
t ban continued to thlH day In all purely -'Stiok to the medicine that you know is: l>8t. Write to Mrs.\ Hnkham for advice. J D. KAIINER Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE:

trolofficni brochures! of this sort
despite Intermittent efforts to up-
4 k press !It by royal authority lu France! DKAR Muu. I"INKHAM :t-I wish" to express my gratitude for the restored health and happiness Lydia E.1'lnkhan's Taber's Trees
o anti lowhl're.-Eru. Vegetable Compound has brought into my life.
t "I had suffered for three years with terrible pains at the time of menstruation, and did not know what the
trouble i was until the doctor pronounced it inflammation of the ovaries and proposed an operation.
WEATHER PROPHETS. Oil felt so weak and sick that I felt sure I could not survive the ordeal, and HO I told him that I would not (lava I\U envliibln reputation for being well grown, tlulfty mid true td' imm -|
undergo it. The week" I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compound in ouch an ''ei\ IniMiitHni cotioldeiations. to the planter. Among our tb"ul4und of atnnN|

Blow out a candle, and If the wick tuicrproncy, and BO I decide to try \it. Great was my joy to find that I actually Improved after taking two bottles, CIlMlom'all li> the Uuitecl States OoveinmeDl, for wlioni" we ate jtrowiiu tpalJhybllde |
continues long to smolder look for had no I kept taking It for ten weeks, and at the. end of that time I was cured. I had gained eighteen pounds i on ontraor, both In nursery and orchard. Onr twenty yenta fxteoil"!
T weather. and was In excellent health and am now. Orchard Hlld Nursery experience is at your service Fruit trees Shade tren, KoMI l
weather will be It goes out quickly, tile You surely deserve great success, and ;you have my very best wishes" Miss AT.ICK UAILB., 50 North and Ornamentals. Freight( Prepaid. Catalogue tree '
fair. Boulevard, Atlanta, (In.., Treasurer St. Francis Benevolent Association. *
''t + The twelve days after Chrlntmns Indicate GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TAIiER, 1'ROPKIETOB!,
!::. 'on ,,_ FQRFEIT: W w* ""inn"t forthwith produo th.o.IStAal1 .n the 'e
went her for ... .. .
't7 the .. Mary
y ; following s ..' .. J'''' '" tl .' ...1. .o"lnene... Lydia J!:. Plnkham M..llclm. C.... Lynn Mu. ,
f your. Bach day In order shows the
j1 weather for one mouth. --- ----
) "Granite Is the
only common reek
When It begin to snow, notice the which shows no traces of animal The Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
:f I j; size of tile l1a kes. It they are very vegetable life.Would or Best is Found the Cheapest.

flue, tho Rtortulll be n \long one; If ,
I'r r large the Btorm will slam be over. The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

t If the chicken come out \vjill it t -

"( it s 1 rains It l Is a alga that the storm la to You Think It ? UNITEDPineapple' Manufacturers of-

{ be1 long, one. If they stand around

under the shed the storm will be abort Would you think It possible that you For.

1.t \Vlion the cattle lie down an soou as could bedmappointedin the face of W9m-- :
an whose! shapely shoulders, and beautiful -
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they are turned out to pasture In tlu.* hair r.It
suggest womanly perfection and
1 morning, it Is IJ'CIIUIIO they feel a rheumatic beauty.? Such disappointment couesnot ,
h wvnrltieMg In their bones Bud
you seldom when the face turned to you r.IrEI:
can look for ruin noon. shows disfiguring

When a night IIIIHSPS mud no dew blotches and
falls It 1 Is In l f- blemishes. In
1 a sign It going to rain t::
n, L This onion loses much of Its mystery general the I"
cause of these FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon
NIL( n when one rt'invinbers that dew has not
eruptions la impure Healers Seine 'Vwlne, Maitre Cord TCtc.Orlgrlnators '
fallen because the night; was clouded. Rope
fifflJJ \, blood. / of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
When the
you sec BUD drawing watert
Dr. l'i rce'sGol
i. WRAPS 79-81-8J Ill
t E. Indiana St. Chioiia".
night know
that It will rain on the ? ...Mention The ADVOCATE In letter...
morrow. The sun U said to be draw Discovery purifies

; hug water when Its rays can ho seen the blood! We are Members of the Illinois Flubermen'n As nclarl"n.
bluing through rifts In distant clouds.Drain and removes

p f fa tll /> cumulationswhich the corrupt ac- Are the Best. Ask your Neighbor: --. Lo

tk MrIn.A ;
i I French Investigator has come to( t ;; disease. When cause' : 3AS.: :SIC: TV/T CO

Z the conclusion that the brains of mill- the blood p is cleansed pimples tetter, We Make Them in all Colors. .
tary men give out most Quickly lie salt-rheum boils sores anti other results 517, s BIO w. nay "t.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

I t totes that out of every 100,000 men of of impure blood, are perfectly and permanently i
cured. '
the army or naval profession im are

e hoiN-lvm IiiniitlcH. Of the liberal 1 ...Morlhrrey.nn... .. I .uflTrrxl. with that dreaded.
pro- d. eczema," write* :Mr*. J. Koepp, of Herman
t t4; feRslons artists are the tlrnt to sued Ore-Ron' .I waft told. to try lr Pie-rce'l' For Tomatoes try FULL
Golden Medical Dlncoxrry, which I did and after FuW.I .
comb to
the brain e
strain next the lawyers I had taken fourteen bottle. I w** permanently I
.., followed at some distance by doctors cured. It h.. been a "...Sinn I Mopped

1 clergy, literary mon and civil.1'n'ontL since takinyota. think I medicine medicine and it has never appeared
I your a wonderful cure .UNITED
( It Striking an average of this and hope other. attrTerluir. a. I did, will take it D Vegetable Paper. EXPRESS EXPpE3S
177 .nd be relieved of their..ufTrring .
group go mud to each 100000. ,. PREPAID PREPAID.
Some of the most remarkable' .
CU Iefiect..1
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i .i London Kxprcss.A: _
by Golden Medical Discovery"
have been of scrofulous disease One trial will make 3
you our customer.If .
4 Painful Inference. .I will forever. thank you for. sdvt.ir me to $ ?
fy A teacher take Or Pierce'* liolden Medital n fl irerywrite .* 9I a
was Instructing a class of Mra. T*.. Murphy'of Fouls Potahonta your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers write to
boys and had spent half au hour trying Co., lows "It haacured me of chronlc.crotulaor
*o drive lot their bends twelve yeara' MandlnR I had .adored. for 6Qt
) the
difference .
the trouble until I '
Fh completely macouraffcd UNITED P :>>
between WIlD and the lower animals, I aim hnd chronic diarrhra for twelve. year. Iem V.J_ ER CO.,
M'' S' but in vixxl health now.-better. than I ever wa. iii ODE
''f apparently with little success in mv life, owlna to I).. pierce'. Uolden Medical SOUTITERX OFFICE. I ? ,
e y; "Tommy." he said coaxingly to a lit. 1>illCOV"". look< several bottle of the Utacov ATLANTA, GA.Subsoribo 1 s Z. ; N
Me err' befor* I .Hopped .
chop, "do you know the difference --

t 4 w other between brute, say T* me and a pig or any lest Accept DiHcovery.no substitute" There' for is Golden nothing Med"just for theADVOCATE and get all- the ItitRfO FOR QZS

: I IftS good" for diseases of the stomach,
"No. replied Tommy Innocently, but blood and lungs. $1229

i j'I{ another teacher standing by Jaubed.- I Dr. IMerce's Pleasant Pellets cure dirxiceu News of the East Coast
Luuduu Answer_ *, and sick: headache. every week.

Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.'J. .




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ROBBINS I Is hereby given that the petition pub- Come Which Slave Been and SomWhich Drunken Frlaonor'a Excuse !. a Hour a Clever Merchant Killed Two Your Kidneys. i
M. '! IV'V' ..III.' .k" 1".nw,1> t to the Hoard Now York Police Court. Rlrdn. With One alone
of Mar D Lot to View.
Instruction <.r Urevard,
AND COUNSELOR a special m-sslon of the Hoard, to be County held at at The world we have been assured It Is characteristic of almost all the Recently a wealthy merchant In ParIs Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure lool1.All it '
TTORNEY Tltuavilla' Florida, on the' 13th day of April Al). ,
IW3. time and again knows nothing of Its prisoners except the drunks that their who does an extensive business with '
I AT-LAW. The chief concern Is to secure a delay." They Japanas Informed Unit n prominen the blood In your body passes through "
undersigned qualified electors that pay greatest men. Perhaps It la equally Iffnorunt three minutes a
I and United States a tax on real or personal ,' firm in \"okobnmlhad but the your kidneys once every ,
ana failed
State are ro.a.
practice in dents In the sub division' of Wer'I count below about Its greatest books. Are. plead and beg for an adjournment, The kidneys are your I
Court. described, rotltlon Your Honorable. Hody to we quite sure that the Idols In our literary 'which they know will\ only postpone name of the firm he could not learn t'J; t. ..... blood purifiers they filter -
order an electlou be held lu though he most anxious to ,
the was ascertalu
territory their I out the waste
In or
1 Office at TITUSVILI.B, FLA. herein described to determine whether suchtibdivlsioni pantheon are arrayed the Inevitable for a day or two and \
of the due order of The rules of whether It was the one with which Impuritieslntheblood.
county shall become a aped.al precedence that although, : through their Inability
tax school district for the. purpose of levying aud who shall as- he did most of his business In that city. I K they are sick or out
L UAULDEN, and, collecting a district soliool tax, for the ex.elusive precedence change! to obtain ball they will have to stay In He could have learned the truth by ''- 1 of order they fall to do f
use of public free Hchools, within the sert that those prevalent at any given prison Just the same. The most plausible ,1"0 their work. 1
said "trlnt' and to elect! three persons to be time are the final ones? But, above cabling but Instead. he wont to the
Hchnol Trustees explanation Is that they all are Painsachesandrheu-
of said district, and to author.
ATTORNET-A.T-LA\V well known who bad
man a
Ue the aura of three mills, iimxlnmm tax, to be all are we quite certain that there way fatalists, always hoping that lIom'thlnjfunesludl' f matism come from excess -

In all the Court. of the State for levied the upon' tho I.roportyVltllin; said dl.trlct1 not be a notable work of genius lying <. turn to stave off received the news and requested him of urlo acid In the
All practice next two years after the forming of may up
to reveal the of him."That's .
the firm to
States Courts. said. unnoticed and unknown amid the name blood due to .
nrwa, and tile United special tax district, for the exclusive use the Impending catastrophe. The neglected ,4
of 1mbhoaehot.latherein. n'ry delicate thing to do, kidney! trouble.
time waiting
wrecks of the river of
TITC8TIU.E FLA."j. drunks the other hand
Box Z3S. The boundnilesof the on are more .
proposed Special Tax
the bunker "for the Is
shall replied news Kldneylrouble causes quick or unsteady
School HIMrrlot only for some lucky accident that
to be as follow
subject] to> eager to face the arbiter their fates
amendment by the Hoard of 1'ubllo Instruction reveal It In all Its beauty to au aston not otllclul. and If I gave( you the name heart Deals, and makes one feel as
WEBB, before ordering the eleullun, as is permitted byAll knowing that not hi UK worse than a tine I might \Incur some responsibility! they had heart trouble because the heartis Ioverworking
law I ished 'World'Buch Is likely to befall them and that the In pumping thick kidney-
that part nf Urevard County described have The merchant argued but In vain
as accidents with such results I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, follows: Commencing; at: the Northwest ears / sooner It Is imposed the sooner It maybe and finally he made this proposition: poisoned blood through veins and arteries .
ner of Heotion: Township. 82 South Range been frequent In tbe history of the paid or served off. And then there It used to be considered that only urinary
In the Courts of the 7th
rill practice East:. run thence Kant to Atlnutlo "I will give you, ho said "a list often
Ocean thence past. Indeed such accidents have pre Is the If the magistrate Is Ingood troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, o
[cult. Taxes paid for non-residents simthensterly along elm Ocean beach to the north ,worldno chance flrtua In Yokohama and I will ask but modern science that
served have revealed to the now nearly
line of Township J4, thence or proves ,
collected. west to the humor that
acoounts they get
present may away
1 rents and ]precinct line of Vrecinct No. 12. in Indian Insignificant proportion of Its nowacknowledged you to look through It and then to tell all constitutional diseases have their beginning 9

IUSVII.I.B:, FLORIDA.ATTORNEYATLAW theme northwesterly In said River to ",Itveri unscathed ut on'e.As me. without mentioning any name, In kidney trouble i
beginning Including all Islands lu said River masterpieces. a rule although not seldom still If sick make mistake it itby
of the firm are can
whether no
within the boundary. linen of Product No. 12 The books of the. Bible themselveshave or not the name you you
PENNEY Alan commencing at the Northwest< corner of In their cups, they are loath to make which has tl\lll'llapIJl'tlrs !In It. Surely first doctoring your kidneys. The mild ;
D. Section 111, Township 31 South, Range 3fl East experienced the escapes any Incriminating admissions "No will do that for ?" and the extraordinary effect of Dr. K-llmer'a 1
run thence east to Range line between Ranges from what might have resultedIn you me
Swamp-Root the Is
37 and !80, thence sir, prott'sh'dDon who kept himself great kidney remedy 1
south on said Itanice line to notable "Yes. said the banker, "for If I do
north Hue of Township. 841( thence east on said their totul loss. The most from falling, over by holding on nervously not mention I cannot bo held soon realized.. It stands the highest for Its A I ''d
'rowimhip linn to Rang line between !ICuiiires 38 example is that of Deuteronomy which to the bur "I'm not drunk any name wonderful cures of the most distressing cases .
caVILLE, and, 3D. thence south on until! Range Una to responsible In any way.
world for ;
disappear from the Jewish and Is sold on Its merlts"1 tt
north )fine of Township 37, thence east. on sal' 'cauHO no one's drunk who's not fulling i
The list made The banker
pi I practice In all the courts of the 7th Township line to Range line between Ranges 4il over a century. The story of its rediscovery all over himself." Excuses of the most was by all druggists In fifty-
Judicial] Circuit. and 41, thence north on said Range line to by the high priest Ilezeklab looked through It and as ho handed .t cent and one-dollar slz'r h18. : feSt
southeast corner of Suction 12, lownsbip 116 wonderful kind some of them really back to the merchant said "The name You have a 101
south Range. 40) oast thence west to southwest during that reign of good King Josiah may k
I Ingenious others merely ridiculous are "
corner or said Section 1'.1. thence north to northwest of the firm which bus failed Is there. sample bottle by mall riom.ot lIwamp-1tooL "
A. FROST, corner of Section I. Township 38 south Is set forth In the Old Testament. put forward when the futility of feigning "Then I've lost heavily," replied the free also pamphlet telling you how' to find

Range 40 east thence east to the Atlantic. Ocean Shakespeare was practically forgot Innocence has been discovered. Tbecle'en' merchant "for that Is the Arm with out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. f
thence southeasterly along the Ocean Bunch
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, south line of county, titmice west to Range line ten In the days when Addison wrote t explanation of that kind that which I did business. showing him a Mention this paper when writing Dr.-Kilmer

' }ll practice In all the Courts of the 7th between Rangqs S4 and J8, thence north on said his "Account of the Greatest English I ever heard was advanced by a man name on the list & Co., Binghamton N Y.
Range Hue ti>> point of beginning Poets" with never a mention of the I It
> Judicial Circuit. 81pnat.; ....... who when! taxed with having dies "But bow do you know that Is the
Allen, W I. Hooker, fl. V. name of the very greatest, yet It was played unmistakable signs: of intoxication flrm which has failed?" asked thebunker v I It
[TITUS vi LLK, FLORIDA.. Hnkey H. JlIU'k", J. C.Byrd. shortly afterward that Shakespearewas simply replied that be was a
l. I. \Y. Hnrkcr,J. W. resuscitated. In surprise.
Coon (i.E:. ('hanlbers, J LLirawdy painter by trade. "Very easily" replied the merchant.
["REDBRICK A. MORGAN J. Innwano L. hi Fitzgerald's;\ "Omar Khayyam" andlllclmol'i1's
"That bus nothing to do with
\v h : your "Of the ten the lint
Edwards. Fredrldoon l P. 0.Frodrfcknn "Lornn Doone" dropped names on only one
W, L. Frantz. X W.Fultzb condition," said the magistrate. is genuine, unit of lie tlrm u'ill) which '
Abstracts of Title. E. Ghat-ch E. F. stillborn from the prom and later wona >
. "Of course It has rejoined the pris
hair. S. A. H..hne.. H.A. R'Cllkllt.11 I did! business All sie others are lieu |EATS ESTATE; AND INSURANCE, Hamur A B. Hardec W. R.HOke. witldwi, \popularity by oner. "I wns painting a barber"' pole) tlous." .

R. D.' hihnol... JawuaH. liam SVnlsli In Erii Muguzlue. and Kept on t\vlstln/ nl'ter the stripes
Loans Notary Public. .
nllil. F. HIIU. J. W.
!lards, n'. H. ihrolsm" F. M until I I'ot/ so dizzy that the cop thought So Sweet and Pleasing In Taste!
[factions Typewriting, Stenography. horns, .1. A. Ibtrri., Lewis. Children's Coughs and Colds. I was IHHJ/J-; ."_Id\\iml,: \ Itiorkuiun In- ,
I-tn I ie' CIiis.: Itanlee, M.lenklneJ. : Mrs C. Peterson, ((12\; : lithe$I,., Topeka. f
TlTITSVILLE, .FLA. t. Jono.1.h'' Mrs. JoclMoOrath: 327: E. 1st St., Hutchinson Century. Kan., speaking/ of Hallard'S Horehound t l :
--- --- ,
H. rrffersT. W.
f Kemp.'W.H. heck J S. Kan writes: "I have given llal- I Syrup, says : "It has never failed to give; >

I FJJOHT. WADE II. JONES I..1'.u..u. H. Jo" J. :M. brd'alIorehound /Syrup to my children Good :Advice. entire satisfaction, and ol all cough remedies

\Iatter. K. MoaierJ. 'v. for coughs and colds for tbe past four The most miserable beings In the worldare it Is my favorite, and I must confess -

FROST & JONES, Miller Murray.t.C John Munch JllorJllln.J.JlI.. l''. H. years, and. fiixl.lt; the best medicine I ever those Buttering from dyspepsia and to my many friends\ that It will, \ do, ?:t r Yq

Moore C S. McCarty: C. T. used." Unlike many: cough: syrups, It liver complaint. Mare that seventy-live I and has tone, what Is claimed for It-to 1

fEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, l'ndg.ttJS., J'rnmr. (1'. C.Poppell contutus'no opium, but will soothe and per cent of the people In the United :Statesare speedily cure a cough or a cold; and It Is l tft
F. C. 1Ynn.
Parker H. L. Pomeroy l'adgelt J... ..J.Rle" lienl an>Idlsoa e of the throat or lungs; aflilcted with these two diseases and III) swoet and so pleasing taste." 'J.V: fl
Loans and Collections. ,". R. R. Ruam. C.J. quicker than any other remedy. 250, 1)\)0)<> their effects: such ILS sour stomach, tick 50 and $1 bottles at Wilson's drug store MRS. L. S. ADAMS l

TlTUSVILLK FLORIDA. Roam 1anleteonw.it.. .. V. N. RtolorannJna 11I\III."on. H. R. and *l at.Ji. K. Wilson & Son's. headache, habitual costiveness, palpitation Ol "Unlvvntou Twmns I

Swab .J. JII. SWIII"'f. of the heart, heait-buin, waterbrash. TAX ASSESSORS NOTICE. "Wine of Cl'dull.) Indeed blessing Ii''I' ,
1'I..ler.. A. E. raeger U, A. gnawing and burning 1 at the pit ell, ii tired fullertd for !1 r
women. Hiving .
KO. A. WORLEY, Shattuck E. J. 1\0"0011, J. Two impossible Men.Dr. tch. skin coated mouth -
Stewart, R. C. Schultz!\ H.J. the atom yellow levr years with weakness and bean j 1
Uauvllck asked Schumann l
once oomingupottfoodaftereating I wlll'be at the following places for the t
"nede''V' C. Tmcre W. H. low spirits, Ing ujwn; palm, and tried sty : ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Wolt.w.F. Waters-. T.weatnekl.J. how he got ou with; Wngner. etc. Go to your druggist; and get a bottle purpose of Assessing(; Taxes' for the Brat doctor and different remcdle > J',

oeral practice In State and Federa] n.. 1Vluteriii.W"hh. S. F.Wlnter..J I.. "Not at nil,." replied\ ::;Schumann; "for of August Flower for 25 or ,75 cents year 1003.: with no succors your Win of Csrdulwu '

Courts. All business entrusted will Walker E.V. t&-apr3 I me Wagner la lrul>OMlllble. Doubtless Two doses will relieve )'ou. Try (It. Stuart, Mnnrlnv, March a'lnl. the only thing which helped me.

receive prompt attention. he Is a very clever man, but he talks Jensen: Tuesday' Thursday and Wednesday, '". Uttth.Ankona 24, 116.Eaien .. tnd eventually cured me It seemed to 'b

poeral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. Notice. too fast-one cannot get a word In." 'l'"u ta..r: 1I.1I..w. Friday. \UTtli. build up the weak parts, strengthen! ( J
Miami. Some time after. In an Interview One crisis lu Lord. Piilinernton's life Ford fierce, Monday and Tuesday, :IK, .HI. the system and correct I Irregularities," I
_MIAMI, FLORIDA. CONCERNED TAKE NOTICE THAT which llauslick had with Wagner, allusion Illustrates, the absolute ,good humor I Fort White Drum City,, Weilnosdity Friday' April'. 8rcl.lae.I Dy oriel women"- Mr. Adam. .' I ;' J "
which prevail evenhen political nay ]Moinla, AIrlluth. I
ALL made to Schumann. may ,
0.. P. Brown as Sherpa and ex-Ofllclo was Narrow, Tuesday, 7th. moans nervous women who have "
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, Administrator the Estate of J.C. Frlnk.deceased of "With Schumann," said Wagner 'Itll enmity Is at Its worst. Lord Derby had Hel! >.atlan, Wednesday. Bill. disordered infusi-n, falling of the vp'1'" I '
has. Sled his siivgestlon in writing made attack him In tbe Grant, .. loth. 1' i
the insolvency of the estate of said deceased.Thureforua Impossible to arrive at an understanding an upon| upperhouse Friday. womb, ovariiin troubles or any of 1
A TTOHNEY-A T-LA W, I potions having clalnia against said lie says nothing. Someyotirs with such energy& and 1 eloquence "Malabar ,Tuesday flatiinlay and(Wednesday", April. 14,15 IIth.MellMMirne these ailments that wornon bay*. 11\\' t

estate are hereby reqiixeil t" appetr and alenthrntlcateI1 on return from Paris I that the odds ugnlUKt/ him seemed overwhelming Eat: Oallle, Thumdajr, IllthHunyan You can cure YOllr elf at home with I :
Dyal-Upchurch Jax. ugo my
liiillding lu
them Court on or r
properly .mj Hut he defended 1 lilniNell' ), 17th. this great WOIVIIMI'I roinpily\ Wine ,< ''i ") 'I f
befoie the 4th day of April| In'IB culled upon him to talk of operas, concerts Tltu,villa, MondayFrills Tuesday, April !MI, ill. t .,1
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.S. Ordered this :.I1tladllYuC Heptemlmr, A.D 1002. and other Interesting and bin policy from tin dusk of une loll lioh. Thursday, :a.lnt.Kaiilnvkr of Guri"l. Wine of Canlui has ,,1, ,,' ,
Seal A. D. I'K ftKV composers thous J'
[[ ] Friday II 4tli.Minis. which \ )
with\ suet
dawn of another
lam-2 mar County Judge. matters with which I bad become acquainted. day to the Wondiiv, ArllI'Ith.\ da/torshavefaiitdtobenrtit. Why { \

BURXEIAM, M. D. Schumann I looked at me tact dexterity und, tout of appeal to lAGrange, Tuesday, 8Mtli. not/ begin to get well today? All; \;I l\1'' ,1' ,'
City IViuit, WtMinamUy, vtn..
Kxecutor's Notice.To stolidly\ ; or rather be looked Into space the national sense of honor that be was Merritt, Thursnay With.nenridann druggist have, $1.00 bottlit For '" .

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, without saying a word. Faith I took acquitted of all blame by a majority of.fourucoru. : Hntnrday, May. ::1'1' <1. any Mtoniiu-h, liver or bowel disorder I i.111I it
Canaveral. ., Tuesday.\. Otli. t "
leave of him almost Immediately lie Thedford's black-Draught ;
Ear, Nose and Throat. all)whom M: HERKIIV It may oUlleerol1N'fIC IVIiV:!:: THAT SIX Is an Impossible man." Next: day in passing through the cor Would be.pleased to meet all the taxpayers should bu. uaud. q t:; ,

EST PALM BKACH, FLORIDA. from the date of this notice I willpresent rldor leading from an anteroom to the' of the County on (the above mentioned Fnrnilvliwandltfnrattim.ikdilmM.ffSyiiiptuMm : 'PIn. i I
1 hti l nlliV A,\YI.nry l'II.r&> ,. {,
IIn..l..cJ.llllltI. to the Honorable dates and have them make a re ''
my house one iwlim door opened to ininit the Chattsmadln MmllKllK C.... I
| ,
\. D. 'enney. County Judge! In .and for Jlrevard Tourist Try Comfort. upper turn of all their personal and real estate cIW itanu. ''Ha, ToniuWINE"CARDUI I" ) A"i l
R. IIOUGIITO County State of Florida and apply for Letter his bund and at the mime moment theother
of UlMinlssal as Executor o'.t.e "...te of Hans. It U what irs name Implies. If you of Lord property. J. F. Woo'riff. +J'I'I'1
to that Derby. They t
of State of Tax; Assessor for Urevard County. C"I (W
Joopsen late of the County lirovarc. are troubled with your bladder, kidneys,
Florida deceased.. heart trouble take Com- were opponents, but they were also tit!
Executor of Kutate of Hans Jeppsen. fort. It Is pleasant to take and harmleHS. manly and sweet men They A .-"yltlcIBilVrltes.. '

the "Dentos," Jensen, Flu. Nov.- 18, iwu. lam 9-m0 All druggists; SOcts a bottle. U K. Wilson smiled."I 1''! f.. JI I
& Son agents; at Tittisvlllo. For was just thinking" said Palmer "I am desirous of knowing If the profession I i f'
obtain Meiblne In bulk forpresetIblng il
Now AT PALM: BEACH. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- further particulars, write your troubles: stow, "what a clever fellow be was who can of f
? It has been '
ton's Rapid Calking; Tools now to use to the Afco Chemical Co., Jacksonville, so nearly put me In a hole purposes ft. t
1r A'-"TEI>-8EVERAL PERSONS OS1! CHAR treat use to me in treating oases of dyespepeia ( ,
boat owners In the United States Fla. the "but nothIng
by "Ah was rejoinder
[1" f actor and good reputation In each state, brought/ on by excesses or over .... 7Ky'(1
and 8.00( ) Pitch, at the ADVOCATE tl
;ono In thin Price $4.00 $ like the cleverness of the fellow "
representailrertiso "
county requiredto) work. I have never known It to full In : 1"
"I old established business office, Titusvllle\ Flit.p A nab Par T...,......
wealthy of Itl" '
"MM I of Mill,! financial. standing.. Salary. $.21 00 who got you out restoring the organs alTooted, to their : r..;..:;| : J.
frtlv with expenses additional. all payable, In When Alfred Tennyson appeared In heal" thrill activity." GOo bottles at 11. H. : N In p.I"' *! \ ,
.li,illrert earn. Wednesday from heal oilmen. the Oxford theater to receive his D. O. II ow' This! Wilson &; Son's drug store +pwwlp t

f-"nee' ami.. carriage furniHlied when neoewnary.S tool L. degree, !it Is said that his disheveled 1 $
Knclosect: self-addressed 1 envelope. We offer One Hundred Doll )Reward s
Ionlnl Co. 3J4: Dearborn St.,Chicago.oley's ( hair and generally negligent state provoked ore Il.lter'LefLuseld.' ,
for of Catarrh that cannot be .
any case ::
--- CD the undergraduates Into greeting cured by \Hall's Catan'h ('ure.F. Discontented Artist-I wish I had a I ![ .
him with the Inquiry, "Did your mother
Kidney Cure J. CHENEY &; Co..Props, Toledo, O. fortune I would never point again II

"likeS kidneys and-bladder right. = irt'.d call you" early, call you early Alfred We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Generous Brother Brush-Ily Jove
dear? for the last 15 and believe
Cheney years, old man I w'sb, I bad one! I'd give It ;i9y v
him perfect! honorable In all business 1
= r of Cold and Grip. to I ICures I
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Danger transactions and financially able> to carry you 4 Il

a. The greatest danger; from colds and nut anv obligations; made by their firm. '
.... ovob .... Hclatlc ItlieiiinutlHin.Mrs. .
"' grip; l Is their resulting In pneumonia. .If Vest &; Truax, Wholesale Druggists' To- 4',1

.E 625: a < ., reasonable care Is used, however, and "do, 0., Waldlag Klnnan&; Marvin, A. E.Simpson,5lb/CralgSt./ Knox

..; CDO 0 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all Wholesale Druggists; Toledo, O. vllle, Tenn writes, June 10th, INlm: "I -- _____

.z danger will be avoided. A mong the tens Hall's Catarrh Cure l Is taken Internally, have been trying the bulbs of Hot Springs, The Largest and Most Com.

nf thousands who have used this remedyfor acting directly upon the blood and mu' Ark, for sciatic rheumatism, but I got; '
\! .,;. n these disease wo have :yet to learnof cons surfaces of the system. Price, 73c, more relief from Mallard's Snow 1,1 ol- olere Establishment South.

+ w1A.t ..k TRADE MARKS o s.iOoz Mngle. case! having resulted In pneumonia per bottle. Hold 1.111111 druggists Teas meat than any medicine or anything I

'. It""" OcaiormCOPYRIGHTS: i which shows conclusively that It ImoDlals free. have ever tried. Enclosed find postorilre 6EO 8 S. HACKER & SON, ;

11'11 4.C. i a Ej la a certain preventive of that dangerous Hall's Family Pills are the best. order for '1. Send me a large bottle by i

'Mtn.llnR M jn, ;'./tu our it nkotrh oi>intmi t und fioe'whether au! '" disease. It will\ cure a cold or an attackof Southern Express." Hold by ii. U. Wilson :

: pn.hnlilr. : piltAiitwhlfl.: OininilinliR"mill.lout Kntaiitai'l o (DQJ the .grip: In less time than any other And One ol Them Went Wroo*. &; Hon, druggists:
it si u :tuoii .: uI'.eg; : A'tPt ret%r. lOl sale all druggists and medicine
take. For by WAXT50QIIUMTMXU( !tEAL
>> DO YOU "
s+ 'ice, without..h"...... in the had no friend to come around telling d I ,
SoUnfit 5 lmcrlcan.s = dealers. him how be ought to bring up his boys. estate agents endeavoring dispose of 4I'i(
have for title or
any property you may
Recordherald.SEVEIIE .
'" I ids'Tly" IHns'rateit ......kly. lJ "1"1 ,t ,solentlllo ). nrnaL Terms, Ii a of .the leading; people In English ; of what you have, toM K. IlenJ.imln; 1
nrnutnunth.a6!; Jtoulbyall newafloaleni.ulurill si ATTACK: OP Old .
0 a.ocD regarded Thomas Carlyle Hanoverton, O.
society t
& CO 38tBrosd.y. New York -

BrancS Oma, lfi& r Bt,Wa.hlnmon.D.UP : I with a fooling/ almost akin to reverent Cured "jr One lloltl of C'hatnberlttln'aConglt .f' i.il''
1 delight when he chose to behure like 801:10 Special Offers. I:: L :
[ AN NlFn SALVE ..., ., lCDq i an Ignorant boor In their drawing& n..med7' .

ale ) ;. E.eeIaom I room, even taking' his scat. It 1 I. said "When an attack of the grip last winter : _
J) moat h.aiing salve In the world. f1 of the (the second one) I actually: cured 1 myself The Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, I.' +
unbidden In the presence queen.
'=' too I ,
with one bottle of Ch"mlerlaln'lIOoultb the new monthly Journal, devoted especially OF r
: .. F I Tills generation: however, has .little patience Remedy," say Frank W. Perrv, to the Interests of the fruit and vegetable MANUFACTUKEIIS i

JRjiY DISEASEStie 0 with such eccentricities.It Editor of tbe Enterprise, Shorlsvllle, :1\\". growers; of the !Stale: U published Doors Sash Blinds _
I Ien was on English bishop who. when Y. "This \Is the honest truth. '. at at Ocala, at ti a year. Single copies. Iflo.' "J ,

a g I) =' : the historian Prceninn hull worn out timeR kept from coughing myself to for a limited time a nix months trial

the most fatal of all ells w ti A ( bin patient- with bin rudeness. introduced pieces by taking a toiutpoonful of this subscription! will be sent to new subsrlb-: Mnding&&1( Building Material : t

Q) t' I him to a waiting audience as remedy, and when the coughing spell ere for 25: cents Or both the Fruit and 'r'v ;,
uses. o .... the distinguished scholar that so admirably would come on at night I world take Truck Grower and Semi-Weeklp I Times C'fl ice A Warerooms, King, opposite 4 _

I describes and Hlastrates the dope, and I It .seemed. that in the briefest Union for %\'t:.!;;. Or with the Tbrlce-a- Cannon tHreet.Charleston ,

mMEY CURE Is i Oc ): .g of our ancestors." Interval the cough off aid I WekVorld, of New York, l both one year S. C.

FOLEY'S 'i savagery would go to deep perfectly: free from For 'I.:!;;. >tt '
Guarantasd RgmedJor s. L-' cough and its accompanying pains.. To I.. J. llltUMUV, Pub.) Ocala, Fla.Virginia _

I : 1 1soa r --... Anyone In South Florida; ) say that the remedy acted as a most -------- Sash1\ Cord and lYf+ a I'

money refunded. Ccntalna C) came make money In their leisure time, agreeable; surprise .Is putting It very t ,?,
distributing the product of a large manufacturing mildly I had no idea that It would or
remedies recognized by emloent !- company among their neigh. could knock out the grip, simply because Homes Hardware. ** A' _

t t physicians the Best (ot sc bors. Our goods; have had a steady sale I had never tried It for such n. purpose t
r.s "8 8"8 2 2o for i't; : yearn, which has been wholly by but It did, and It seemed with the Window and Fancy L.r .

Kidney and Bladder troubles. I Oily local agents (men and women) who second l attack of conglilng the remedy Ton learn all about VrKlnt-i( Land. PEG LALTY.'A' .* "
Ht'II': round. If Caused it to not only I be of 1 less duration. .Its resources, products mode of cultivation
=, good wages year yon
PRIGS So. aad 51 JXJ. eArn _
: N t reading the "------ n
11 .: < ; wish good profitable business without but the pains were far lens. severe, and Ihad price, etc., by -- -- -- fl

u. WILSON & sos.FOJeY's'iioney ,. risking money, send a self add reused return not nse ]] envelope for full particulars to A. I before Mr. drip. had bid me ..lieu,"' for for 3 month subscription to the I Foley's Honey ana 'i P.

and Tar I I -.5 Lea Wade,Gen) Agt. (Q ".) Hoston,31ns.I I tale. by all druggUts.. Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. for Jreasafcsure. Wo opillterotessiona1 ,

CUres folds, prevents pneumonia. t Bfe '




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--- f JAMES. PBITCHAKD, President; WM. M. BROWN' p ,,per

,.+ I C. S. Scmnrusw, Cashier. W. <


1f What we consider one of the !tood

f D.YOTa '1'0 'Taa D.yaL- done by the Florida Legislature .
, 1 1 1 A wata OPM.Lt.T Of TUB IDIA. BITCB ...*.. thing, was the enactment of a la" Malarial COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

/+ worrsaxDB' OATxuvUC11O3Lj for the protection of plume and Authorized capita H, t 0I

1'.aID.4T. songbird. This law protects gulli., "WeaKness Paid up capital ::525'
rUBLJlBMD BVICBT all other ...lId Average deposits '
and ,
terns, plume 'the sod delicate women,takes s OO.OC
( men
& I'ablleh/ also their nests and eggs at terror strong disc**. __
Kdltor bird" to
1 0..10.H. the joy oMif..w.y sndropens system:

JllIContlrluan". of wlvu. nluet b. mad.per. all time Sharpshinned f Atiiit Nature.void.trongdrugvaes gtiittaTwatajeai. --" Transacts General BaukjJ
1 The English Sparrow --
..ally a'thU" ofHce or b l r writing Hawk commonly known as the

Oheca,.u.,may he male";. able 10 Csaati little blue darter ; Cooper's Bawl, RAM IllSand Business,
Itic c ,., ,
u the big blue darter;
WaLTOpabfaher. known aa iVER
H. bird, Great Horned Owl Crow, ..... ,. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Li!

; 1 OAT BOSTON*bM npnneil OmC'B-Tirie' an affluent HAW 404 Atl CfM"ntlo T arena ADv, Meadow-lark,Jackdaw and Butcherbird Tonic PtlleU will help the natural fours tomtort / : Exchange bought and .oiu ? frorelp
their Countries
in tea ;
burgs of Mr. Clauclo l lO. and birds and the I'ftRSen
Boston, whloli will\ bs In game the perfect health feed the blood paint

W..lfin.. son, are not Included among tb. checks. A Treatment that actually Patronage appreciated. Prom. Ae"loe,
birds protected by this act. without unpleasant sensatioas.9anpl treatment and every favor-, srletant.I i"
cores ,
t- the AIIVIKATa for Infortiu 5 franc .banking grantwCORRESPOX1
In writing > found dee
Cr7 UmUtliewrlMir will obi lw.by onclid. Penalty. Any person and Doolvlvt l'r... '
of >E>TS
thin snj
1 tI.artdr..d envelope.Pi troylng wild birds, or their Treatment Seaboard National Sank / '; v tor
1 r !ng a .ternll or taking their eggs, shall be guilt; 4. Complete t ,.. 'a 4w National Bank of JacksonvilU FU k
t "OS eta. /
a dsys as
Addrcis all ooromanlo..tlon* to of a misdemeanor, and when convicted .*,.r, '" 5 j 'rITuvILLE, FL t,
: ...II ,
Pi EAST COAST ADVOCATE, therefor,,shall be fined flv ya

11, TnVIIYILL., fWamA.U dollars for each offense, and an ad

-- -- -- -.- .-- dltlonal five dollars for each bird, TILE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPASI
dead of bird, or '
8.; Department of Ajcricultur living or or part

Ilureau-Jupiter, Flu! nest or eggs, possessed in violation
Weather of this section, or to imprlsonmen Bald by B. H. WILSON .A. SOW TITU8VIIXE.) Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement

The following in a comparative state- for ten days, or botb, at the discretion ,

.vent of temperature and rainfall for the of the court. ESTATE' FOIL SALE.
I Tuesday March 10.) 1003. MICCO TO THE FRONT. nEAL *
s yr week ending_10ot: -i002u' :.- Under the Federal law a fine not Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick
p MAX. MIN $200 Is also provided s FLORIDA HOTEL whit ,""
D..T. MAX. MI* exceeding Micco, Fzi March 13, 1W IDEAL ,
11 78 70 711 07 1. For the delivery of any bird) I cost 75,000; with connecting park ttiO
]2 78 70 77 70 killed in violation of the laws ot Editor Eat Coast Advocate : arcs subdivided, bordered by beat Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.U
t 70 70 71 bass fluhlng, boat housi,
7H tlful lake good
13 Florida tlEast ,
J Florida to express, railroad or Tourists going through on MUNNERLYJf, General Manager
75 07 78 OH any billiards, pool bowling:, tennis, golf J. K.
14 Railroad often bear the conductor -
p .p' 15HI 77 118 77 \ 73:. steamboat company, or to any other) Coast The n. links, spring of pure water (Identical
78 fill 711 72:. ommon,carrier for shipment GUI will announce, "Mlcco, I wonder passeigers what: with Poland), pumped by engine, 80 b. -

17 78' 09 HI 00 ot the State. that say Is never heard the name be- p.boller,laundry,600 feet plazzalprlng
rainfall for the week: 2.33: : place with steam pump, gas
house $2,000 &
Total Baker
Departure from normal rainfall for the 2. For the transportation suet fore" The writer In a public way wilt discrlptlon throughout chapel with seats, 100 room MclVI urray
readers a -
carrier oul try and give your many ,,
Ill week: minus 1.05 Inchon. Departuri alrda by any common of It. Micco was named aftt house,completely furnished,stable 80x
le' from normal rainfall ilnoe January 1, ot the I State.: Indian chief, who was one of tbe 40, private car track to station. Price,
; plat '1.01) Inchon.HAL. 3. For shipment out of the State( chief an of the ttemlnoles a* far back 811 f25OOO( including furniture, boats vehiclcs 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida
P. IlAnmH, Observer. Williamson and horses, car and car shed, perfec
containing gamejlrds In 1HH3' Joseph
.. ._.- -- -. -.. -- .. ---- 01 any package which does not 1774.wife settled here, their house it aa built repair, one of the lowliest spots in FlorIda -Maker* and Jobber of-
or plumage, Ietl&od : Price, *2r; ,000, part cash.
auhacrib. In sections at Corona on Long;
Tn it HE are a few of our bear the shipper's name and ad. and 10 I ORCHARD. At Green Cove
and It Is still standing PEAR
N. Y. '
era still In arrears and we hope ire'sa, and a statement of the na good order, today. It is worth any tot. Springs 20 acres, 1,0001.a Conte and Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon MateA]!

they will examine the namo and ure of the contents. rials time and money to stop off a da)' Keifer pears, sold 1/XNJ bushels last ,

date lip upon their paper or wrap. Railroad and express agents arc and go through bill orange and grap; : ''''atlon, cottage of 4 rooms, piazza on Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
and remit before their name) fruit grove some of his .seedling: rang I three side ,flurrounded with pine tree; I
1 per, cautioned against forwarding any tree standing thirty fe"t'lalllb; ; and 1 Barn carriage house and granary and Painting, &c. &c.
list. Repairing
I are stricken from our mailing package of birds which are improperly Ban say without fear of oontradictloc, Scuppernong and Thomas grape arbors First-Class

> marked or supposed tc that no more royal welcome was eveliven over 1,200:! ( feet Price only tl.lOf( ,

TIIK 21th annual session of the contain birds killed contrary to law,, by any one Mouth: or West, tba (;.jiMicaih. Apply to U. W. Hancock ,
t i : Williamson and his good wlf owner, Abbey hotel.ot.. Augustine, or
7 .. Joseph
'+ Florida Press Association will b extend to all callers. Their golde toChaptn's Farm Agency, Boston. East Coast Lumber & Supply fy C

held at Seabreeze next week. The TIIK weather on Indian River the wedding; was celebrated last month by a "TH E FLORIO," one of the beg!

I. Beselon commences on Tuesday past three weeks has been lovely, few of their many friend and neigbboriurprlnlng' (; known groves in the vicinity of Si .

evening at 8 o'clock, and a large frees and shrubbery of all kinds them on that occasion I Augustine, beautifully located on Kin; EAU OAI.LIE,TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE
i Florida editors will will not undertake to name the many, street, within 15 minutes walk fron Yardsjat
contingent of have been putting on new growth, that called, but suffice It to say that all Ponce de Leon hotel,about acres lam General Office at Eau Gallic, Fla.

be present. and the orange lime, lemon and who were let into the secret, some fort, with orange trees and rare !flowerini; sash and doors, builders'ban!
teach trees have been blooming IT fifty, were only too glad to show their plants and shrubs,2-story house,9 high iVe carry everything In building material Including
M SENATOR Tallaferro la said to love for the venerable couple and give rooms, double piazzas; stable ot goo ware, Masury's Paints and Varnishes, Paroid Neponset
on a
w Lawns are putting attended to.
record at WashIngton irofusely. them' tokens of their esteem; a. plea ant size, carriage house, etc. Was value) and Building Papers. Orders promptly
have made a good the bushes are
hue and rose Mr and
wouldit green ivenlng was enjoyed by at $12,000:! ( a few years ago; price now, --
+ during his term Now airly well covered with rose*. The d re.W illiamson give the freedom of their! $2:!,.>uo; toOO;; cash balance f:J not be an well to let him remain Ineapples are fruiting;, and, on home to their friends and neighbor i 5 per cent Interest O'Hara
there? A. the old lady said : "Bet. the whole, things are beginning to We who live here the year through friend FURNISHED SEASHORE; Cottagenear Hodges ,
and western
ter to keep the 'dlvil' we do know all and our northern surf bathing and excellent fishing,
look of prosperity on and of the in...
rear a who spend the winter a part < ...Manufacturers and Dealers'
Let Light louse avenue, 2-story; .
don't know. fronting
than 'divil' we Ides Indian River fait' and months with us, are lully;
on spring which
i Senator Tallaferro lucceed himself. :convinced that there is no more health than])' alone house,cost double$Jr piazzas>OO, stable Q rooms lots, land. Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
beautiful East Coast,
on our ;
pot furniture cash,
with $400
THERE has been considerable in. Price, 11,200 ; reused
rt 'Vm acknowledge receipt of an Tltusville dlcco. South tin balance $.2<'O a year,A per cent Interest Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings, Shingles! ,eta
; rest manifested In over We are bounded on the by which Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
invitation to attend the celebration National BanK of iebastlan River, a picturesque atrearr "SANSARA HALL upon Bluff,fit
I, the closing of Baron de. Bara expended much money any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'llara, Bu.ffalo
of the 100th anniversary of the ac- hat drains tbe woods and lowlands 01mr
Jacksonville which is in
}<'lorida, West and empties In the Indian Imposing mansion extensive grounds,
4 quisltion the Louisiana Territory, id<< hands of a receiver! Mr.\ Jas. aver whose bank we are located, corner lot on King street, in perfecl' -
Af to be commemorated by the dedication //VNorvell, a government bank ot.fiolal. It being upon at this point two and one hall repair. Price only *4,.>00<>; $lOtx"() cashApply The Oldest) Established Grain and Seed House In the Sute.

{' of the St. Louis Exposition on The cause of the suspension nllvs Herons where a narrow strip keep to owner, Rev. .Martin Hancox,
the 30th of April and May 1st. Old Ocean from swallowing us. We it. Augustine.

E 11. While we will be unable to he present loans I.i said which to be the due bank to three had large been hope, era long, to have an Inlet made scbe "MAGNOLIA: the attractive resi.lence I :s7xc.' A. amours:: & Co
Atlantic can pay us a visit on Its on King street, with iron fence .
") t we wish. the celebration every carrying for several years. egular visiting: hour and leave some of mil Boy Fountain. Nearly opposite '

hd' 1 euccess.a Ita choice flair in our quiet river, where /Sansara: Hall. A gem of a house. Prict GRAIN; HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
Pneumonia follows a cold but never we have a great variety as It I*. only '-!,800( not half.cost; $800 cash ,, ,
a THE fact that more than four Rowe the use of Foley'a Honey and We are all pleased with our new rond A WELL ESTABLISHED and prof- Fertilizer

; hundred passengers were killed In 'far. It stops the cough({ heals and 'hlch was opened last summer, and hope table Florida business, building in Flour, Grits, Meal and
afford non to sea it shelled, for which we will I double store, postolllce/ ,,, '
accidents on American railroads rengthena the lungs and per.fect good repair, FLA,
,, gladly our part. By the generosityf be 'I 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
statistics security from an attack of pueu- pay etc. Buyer would probably appoint- aT. WUI5. MOo
(, last year, according to Mr. lit.rford and Mr. Oroen.who each hall above rented tc
if onloa. Refuse subntttutes. Sold by, : ' was killed eeded the a strip of land we ARtS. for funna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y.
i while not one passenger U. R. Wilson A; Son, 'l'ltu.vllle to county ('hur'h.' good clean stock at cost or ap- :
4i during the same time on British IIOW have a road 'direct from the sta- ralsnl; also .small store building ,
railroad.. demands that American lon to the now county road on the riverbank : which always rents well. Few mi mi tee
aDd. our citizens, without askingr Leon'Hotel.. Price
; : walk from Ponce de
1S. managers; adopt safer methods, public fundH, have, at their own ex- of real estate $.JI OIl, part cash. P. R-uhlznaxi: & Co.
1 something like they do on the Florida sty Hev. Jas. If. White, observer for coca, of a. til lie! less than thirty dollarlllslde GREAT SACRIFICE Dr. Lindsey c

if ( East Coast Railway. \ outlier Uurenu, U. 8. Government. \ their time and labor, cleaned and mIng foreclosed his mortgage on the

----- SV3IMA.nV FOUHKIIHUAHY, 1103.) raded the new road to the station honored and Oriole Villa," one of the most char,,. 261 Washington St )I NEW YORK.
usk from our
wll"t shall
:Now it la gently whispered to the ghost temperature ou the 8th. 81.0 umnilHHtonor v.e ,now Is that he will see to I'I rig St. Augustine residences, formerly !)Murray: /Street. J :N. Y.
4 Loweat" HUb ;ifl.O Blued at $7ROi -now In perfect repair
anrt have It shelled and by so doing relive
I I ADVOCATK that Judge Cromwell IIle"n for the month. . . 0(1.2 the ,of citizen that lot dollar to expend Ie same is now I FANCYloridEL
f Gibbons, of Jacksonville, is to be A reraite mean for 2J: yean o.\i: loye" his beast'blowing, Im It home every ox, or an. I IIMlceo. IVreil( for -,70O: ; *Si\U)(> cash, balance' HEADQUARTERS FOR -
the Speaker of the next House of IIlgbest" '. mltwi.2(1:! \ [ Yours truly, J. K, r. .>'300a year-(the caretaker now pa ll61't'r
Gibbon Loweat" "InlSWJ.\) Bu.fl cent on the .price with taxes and
lUpresontatfves. Judge = : e>ran.gesan.:
v .Infall In Inches, . ., . . 7.10 makes be glad to remain, until you
f will, in our opinion, make a good "rerajre for :2tt! year. . . 2.70) Foley' Kidney the kl race for the Speakership, and if he H'el\te.t, '. In 10M( : . 7WLenltt ays and Madder right. Contain notliIR urgain ever ottVn-d here Imposing : L
t does not get there it will be a sur' In 1881.: . .IS Injurious. bold' | by B. R. Wilson it two story house of nine high rooms, represent!
prise to the ADVOCATE. He Is a evading direction of wind. . HE/ Son, ltwvllie.Boarding.. iirrounded with noble old trees choice represent several of the largest shipper In your State,and wish to

Number of clear flays . . 17 lants and shrub*-Finished in ,natur-
young men of considerable ability, u "fair . . . 5 a1 wood-hundreds of orange, peach you also. Give UII..a trial shipment. Established 30 years.

tier and we wfsh him every success in Is ". cloudy . . . 0 and other trees-beautifully situated
the coming race. days with rain . 12: pposlte .sansara Hall-extending
.iL days with thunder. IIbland rom King street to the water near ESTABLISHED 1870.
1 Home pOtit olllce and school
; IT will not be an accident to shoo! Merrltts Inland, PI*. Desirable people who wish a pleasant POULTRY, PECANS GRAPES,

a human being by mistake for a NOTK:-It will be Been from the above plaae to stop at while in West Palmeach ,, The' Cordovo viut'yard-m shell road M. Lane & Son
i deer in New York State if Assemblyman that thin ha been the wettest but not will find MINARET COTTAGE, a short drive from the Ponce de Leon ,

Matthews' bill, recently In. the warmest February during the time on Olive street, between Evernia and IlIott'lnpon which the syndicate ex-
covered by my record. Of the 2J: Februarys ended over *U,0H: >. Is now offered for
traduced in the New York legislature Feto. just such a place. Nice, clean
8 of them have been warmer flOOO-Ualf cash, balance 4 per cent- 250; WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
becomes a law, (for under iti room., neatly furnished; comfortable 40a'rt's enclosed with high/ fence'

6 terms the killing of any person In Orange Jiilc for More Thront. betle; good, wholesom food; VERY B'upwrnonRrapt's/ In flue! bearingnditlon
this manner becomes manslaughter oderuta prices, are the recommenda- > -thousands<, of niagaraa-can outhera Fruit and Produce

In the second degree; and to wound Maxwell'* Talisman. says: tlonll. Only a limited number of room.ere {row pecans between the grapes _
chance for mammoth
him thus without fatal result, a "When children have more throat. do ran be accommodated Table board Ilreat Unt-house, barn etc.-high, poultry healthy:'
1 not them on a milk: diet or give;:
felony, punishable< by imprisonment them put butter sugar, meat or white Hour B ipecialty.ilUS.. .,M-atson. Com.tC..issl.OD.: lv2erchaz'1dtsFLORIDA : .

I"" for five years or a fine of $:500.> In any form. Orange Juice (. the best : FRANK DARLING, For further information apply to,

1 ----- --. thing for them, although It may hurt aa Gs(. H. CIIAPIN, SPECIALTY.Stencils
_ 4i 1 GREAT interest centers in the It goes down. It will clear the throat ofpblt.gm. West Palm Beach, Fla. "lorida House, St. Augustine PINEAPPLES OUR .

i and often cure the Bore throaton ._
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coming automobile race on the the upot. Strain the Juice through a Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

Daytona-Oriuond beach on the 20th china strainer or a bit of cheesecloththat \ __u __ =---
r I 27th and 28th instant Sheds are has been dipped In boiling water."

being> built for the machines, and Launch Supplies.
Tragedy Averted Mason M. Clark
1 ether work is being rapidly pushed
forward Messrs. Anderson & Just In tho nick of time our little
by boy was saved" writes Mrs. W, Watkins
Price and others of Ormond and Ohio. "Pneumoniahad
p of riuamant City,
tr Daytona. On the whole, it looks played sail havoc with him and a Edison Batteries d Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
as if thin was going to be ,ono of terrible cough set In besides. Doctor
I the treated him, but be grew worse every G
Wie events ever seen on .Renewals.
: greatest
day. At length we tried Dr. King's New SPECIALTIES :
tr r aytona-Ormond beach. Specta. Discovery for Consumption, and oar
'; A ton will be there by the thousands, daring was saved. lie's now sound, and Quick Action Dynamos ; Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
I. and those who fail to see this great well." Everybody ought to know, It's
the of the Atlantic the only sure cure for Cough,Cold and and Spark Coils.
race along edge
; all Lung disease Guaranteed by all Florida
Oranges and
r ,' ocean will miss one of the treats oft druggist. Trice !80c and $1.00. Trial Grapefruit.

their live!. bottles free. Ceo. R. Wallace West Palm Beach, Fla. 110 Jlorray Street and 166 West Street, :E TORg

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E. Simmons Is bristly: engaged buildIng Senator Quay expects to remain here 1VIA JEit JB:8: <>5.. '

a launch for A. 1*. Kruger. until the liiat; of April.

,.,. Mr. and Airs. S. C. McFarland left Harry Pleasanton, wife and children GROCERS '
soY' this week for a few days' visit to Palm have returned to their home at Dover,

: Beach.Mr. M. R. John Delaware. Fruit and Produce Jobbers :'.
and Miss Callie Ivey A new cottage to be used for servants T

OYAY ; spent the day, Tuesday, visiting friendsat quarters next winter will be erected on .
Jensen. the grounds of the Saint Lucie Club. t I .

Miss Susan Hitching lifts purchased a The remaining members of the Saint Corner Bay and JllI8ta.: ., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. f

choice river front lot, from the E. Styp- Lucie Club will return to their Phlla- LOOK TO OUR Jt:YES..

NGPDbAKI mann property. ''delphU homes abi ut the 23th; of March If suffering from any eye defecU/ weak WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. ,. .

The handsome sloop yacht, "Teal of The services of Harry Pleasanton, at sight call ac my new well-appointed optical -
Hartford, Conn., was again anchored In the Saint Lucie Club house havu been Institute. Special,, complete lanes PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
i our harbor this week. dispensed with, owing to incflicienoy grinding outfit In connection
Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow 1'01Ul11l1lt'I'MUI1.
f j,, I ,. Mrs Trimmer, Mrs Campfield and and ill nature. DH. E. U. ARMSTRONG, .
solicit of Fruit and Vegetable.Rockledge. ,
Miss I..We consignments
.} Susan Kitchlng, have returned Little Agnes Davidson, Senator ULallrl\. Jacksonville, Fla.
from their outing at Palm Beach. Quay's grand-daughter, was under.the __ _:...J
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POWDER Mrs. R. L. Blvl1le'Rn(1 children are care of a. physician a few days, having a

visiting relatives at St. Petersburg. Papa very sore throat. Eau Gallic. i..

Absolutely Pure. Bevllle has a lonely look these days. Capt. Chase was surprised with a gift LOOK OUTFor

.1 Born, at San Matoo, Fla., on March of a magnificent picture of Senator Quay The Plaza\ hotel Is doing a fine tourist ,
IS NO SUBSTITUTEHobe the 15, to Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Stypmann, showing full figure, size 24x13 Inches Showers and wind squalls during the business.

ERE a son, hose name Is Chas. Otto Styp- with Yours Truly, M. S. Quay. He also past week. The Palmetto Club will be entertainedthis Colds-La Grippe I
received a similar picture of Senator
mann. The sloop of Is
Dolphin Daytona
x week by Mrs. L. W. Battenileld.Excursions .
Work the Boise Penrose. They are both most ex moored In our harbor.
on J. C. Hancock launchat
Lane's boat yard has cellent pictures, and greatly appreciated. to Fairyland. are dally" features Protect yourself, and don't trust to ,
Sound. progressed rap- Archdeacon" B. F. Drown of Titusville
of amusement offered to the tour- Providence. Considering the harm
, idly this week, I he planking Is finished lIon. Richard Quay who left hero a was the guest of J. E. M. Hodgson on ist. t
and the deck beams In place. few days ago with his wife Col. Glenn, Sunday last done, "neglect" before Dud after taking 4 ,
and Mr. and Mrs. and for On Saturday, : night there was a cartl cold! 1 III crime. You
Laughlln may '
son physical
In bed with la Shaw a ,
l Is 'ok' Capt. of the Life
May Caiey: | Supt. Saving Mrs Burns and daughter Edith of and ball at the New Rookledgohotel.
I i9a Nassau, returned to Saint Lucie. lie party
I Ipo. Service for this district.., was here Mon : Canaveral prevent a cold, or, It too late, you can tl
were of Miss\ A
':) reached Miami all light, but while there guests
I day, and left for Gilbert's Bar House of the "after ft
,, yacht Norseman, on Saturday last, the was taken 111 with severe cold and threat- Florence nOtl son, on Sunday: t. A great many vegetables are brought; Insure yourself against' .
18 Refuge on fast launch "Fimident..
still at the Inlet. ened la grippe ho concluded It would be Dr. C. C. Booth and party of friends up hum lower points by steamers pass eats," for there Is the greatest danger, t .

Snider has been Indisposed Dr.- Miller, of Palm Beach was withus best to return to Saint Lucie. The rest will leave. for a cruise down the coast as ing on through Cocoa to train. by using Dr. Uarter'n Iron Tonic Few ',

Is, week.-LItIt'lppe.T A. a few days thl lately, patching and of the party went on to :Nassau for a soon as the doctor can be assured by the There has been more than the usual die from Colds, or La Grippe, or Catarrh ,
filling teeth for the ladies. :Must i>f our brief visit on pleasure bent. clerk of the weather that a succession of
etr ct .
: amount of ruin for this time of year They die of the after
rnnl.V( (Fannie Rice) will ar- men are not brave enough to sit in the five clear days and be l
Dr. nights
can positively
In this week. Doctor's chair Five strange visitors will soon arriveat and everything looks green and fresh These diseases all weaken, and (to A
at Jump Comfort Saint Lucle; five Indian Chiefs from looked for. The party are still wait- and bright. "
and Mrs. Levi Ward, of Rochester, Mr. John Domini comes Into the fold far away Indian Territory. They come Ing, as old Dorms object. weakened body come flocking a host ''i
r. The trees full
were never more '
Palm Beach. this week. Mr Domini moved to hold council with Senator M. S orange disease that fasten on weak lungs,
"I, have gon..t recently Quay 'Eau Gallle was" nearly emptied on Sat of bloom, and the weather conditions "
returned here Sunday morn- here from Atlanta: Ga., and, has become There will be apartments for their re- urday last, the occasion being the last never more favorable to the setting of a heart, stomach, kidneys and other I
Tltou aooompanled by friends, to remain a permanent resident, and an AD- ception at the Saint Lucle Club house. concert of the) Chautauqua of the Trop- large crop of the trees. weak pMt that we seldom tIll u k of. : .
VOCATK subscilber. They will remain a few days here, be- ics. The program was a perfect feast of The easiest and best thing to do U to I t. vt
mtb. fore returning to their homes. They The Hotel Indian River had fifty-five
!good things from first. to last. The large
Mr. Jerome Twlcbell leaves this week will not
r. Eastman* Rochester, N. Y., Is a for his home will be given a warm reception and audience ref urned well pleased and look- register there ou Monday, and Tuesdaysome fortify the system HO that you
tat: Pinehurst, the home of Mr. and Twichell purchased In Kansas of Chas.City.Racey Mr., a every thing provided. for their pleasureand Ing forward to the next meeting, In 11)04!) seventeen The house will remain catch cold l, but If too Into to do that, '." 1 '

Fred Yates.. ten acre tract of land fronting on the comfort. with the keenest pleasure open until after the lint of April then you must see that no lusting injury I : v

seph Arthur of Pelham Manor N. Indian and St. Luoie rivers. The ADVOCATE The Eau Gallle Card Club met In the There have been a. number of fine U done. Medical nutliorltle. all ,

II expected here in a week. He willhe follows Mr. Twlchell. Raw or Inflamed lungs yield quickly. Avilah rooms on Tuesday evening. The catches of fish during the last two weeks, agree that Iron In. the lighting element '
of A- Pltou. to the wonderful curative and healing guests were entertained by Mrs. Geo. W One party at New KockledRe hotel had a the not only I Ftoward
guest C. Fred Oaligher broke the the blood enabling yHteru "
fishing rec-
qualities of and Tar. It
Foley's Honey
tine lot of fish for display as the result I
Hopkins, of Bear Lake Mich. and Dr. ,
,,88 Abbie Pitou Is recovering, and ord for this season, Tuesday, by landing prevents pneumonia and consumptionfrom of his pro wens. off disease, but to fight Itafter '.
soon go to Atlantic City. Mrs Pltou with rod and reel, a 30i Ib. channel bass a hard cold settled on the lungs. Sarah Kharpo, of hlcago;( III. A large It has obtained, foot-
remain with her daughter.eek from the Hotel liossoy dock. This fish B. K. Wilson A Son, TItusville. number were present, notwithstandingthe At the song service at the New Rock DF '
: put such a grand right for his life, that rainy weather, and a most enjoyable ledge hotel, Sunday evening, Mrs. Blood, '
alto Monday, Mr. and Mr T. A. Mr. Oaligher couldn't boar to see It die, evening/ was spent by those fortunate of New York, sung two beautiful solo*. '
lor entertained at dinner a number of so the fish was taken out Into midstream White City. enough to be present, Mrs. Blood has a clear meszo-soprauo Dr. HARTER'S i'

ids. from Cincinnati\, who came up and released.A The PilnceHH, with J. A. Gilbert In voice and does not hesitate sing whenaskedan \ f,
Palm Beach. IRON TONICIs .
from ;
the day command, carried a jolly party. of gueststo accomplishment so very scarce \ l

B, Jefferson! leaves Hobe Sound on BAD COLD FOR THREE MONTHS. Our young people will e&oy a dance, the ocean, via Melbourne D'I\cht on among modern educated musician Just the remedy needed ni it soli'' }
it 1 3rd, to go en tour with his father -The following letter from A. J. Nus- on Saturday night Wednesday. Among those ou board we Last week was easily\ the banner week ';
w days will be spent at his Louslana baum, of Batesville, Ind., tells Its own Mr. and 1\lrll. Austin wont to Ht. Augustine noticed the following: Mrs. Marietta for fishermen at Rocklodge.: The catches piles the blood dirt try with the Iron It '. r .
tation: before opening the season. story "I suffered for three months Sunday morning. Ives, Mrs E. W. Stlckney, Mm. Perry have been very large and everyone picatorlally *- require; to combat Colds or La Grippe. .

C. B. Jefferson was out WednesShe with a severe cold. A druggist: pre- Mrs. C. Alnesworth, Mrs C. (Plngrey, Inclined has taken advantageof ; Take It before, during, or alter If' ; J; d )t
,rs: has been quite ill\ and con- pared me some medicine, and a physician l- Fred Chrlstensen was home from Fort Miss dna; Brown Miss Lucia Perry the unrivalled weather F. J. tllrnmons' taken la time, It will prevent ; if taken :.t{ '
baa been epl- prescribed for me, yet I did not improve Pierce, Sunday, where he is working/ Miss A. Florence Hodgson, Miss BennfeHodgson launch, Wum, has brought In the t l
estocough. Grippe during It will shorten the counc if
. the Island but Is now under I then tried Foley's Honey and Hall Talmage was in. Fort Pierce Monday Mrs. I. G. Gilbert! Mrs. Ty largest number as well as the heaviest In i
- trol on. Tar,'and eight doses cured me." Refuse lie is now staying: with Mr. Findlay lander, Capt. Oothout, Eben Valentine, weight, while Judge Newcliaffer easily\ taken after, It will prevent all bad after '
J substitutes. Sold by B. R. Wilson where he expects to remain all the J. E. U. Hodgson, Mr. And Mrs. II. U. remains In front for tIle fishermen who effects, b,
JI I B. Allen, O. B. Jefferson and Harry & Son, TItusville. summer. Hodgson, E. Stlckney.:: C. Alnesworth. use row boats. Women are t'lireciallybent'tHt'I! by i, 4
n had a glorious time fishing at Gil- Miss Harriet lowne, Mrs\ McNeil and I I q
s Bar litBt Saturday, returning home BOAT-B LDER W. R. Hardee was out here one day several others, of whom your correspondent Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, as they! seem to tl ,
I a barrel of fish, after a few hours' ARE YOU A ? If last week td see how his grove was getting !- did not learn! the names. The party City Point. suffer from the weakness of Colds and .' j
of Patent '
once. you are, Tools get one Invaluable Walton'to boat- along. returned to Kail; Gallla about midnight, La Grippe longer than men, and they ,4arepartleularlyeusceptlbletotheactlon I
Calking ; Notwithstanding frost and rain our after a. most enjoyable day and sail on / ,
Ins Drake, wbo Is interested [In artis- builders and owners of boats. Calks people are shipping vegetables varIous Indian River Mrs Stockton Boiton entertains the ; ,, I
,hotography, made a trip from Palm boats more rapidly than"any other kinds. Euchre club next Wednesday evening. of a blood builder inch an thin K r :
'h last week, and took pictures of T. calking tool In the world. Price $(.00 l
aider's, T. B. Allen's and C. B. Jef and $S.00 each at ADVOCATE office, Mr. Lamont has embarked In the Belgian La grippe coughs, yield quickly to the Mr. J. W. Ballantlne, of Summerville, fOR SALt EVERYWHERE. "'t' :"I''. i
f's places Titusville, Fla. hare business; for the purpose of wonderful curative qualities of Foley's! N. .i., returned to his home Wednes- I.T. I"
having fresh moat whenever he wants It. Honey and Tar There la nothing else \ \ ..
,0. Moore, and Mr. Davis (of the firm lIJ-!: We cannot guarantee to publish One beautiful doe already has a litter of "just as good." Sold by Wilson & son. day.Mr.\ O o. Chester gave a picnic last TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. J!
illows Davis fe of New
Co.), ; ,:
that do reach this office before five young hares. '
Items not
week at the Veomlt Lake for a few of ) f :
guests: of A. Piiou, at "Isle Ridge"gentlemen The teachers of Brevard County were .. I }
h are prominent In bust- noon on Thursdays.' -.. John Jensen has been home most of his friend Invited to ipend last week at the Mel ,.k I ,. '
; one being a banker. the other aker the week, on account of no work In Fort South Rockledge. The latest arrival are Mr and Mrs. bourne Chautaunua, and the School 1" ; ,

Eden.Mrs. Pierce Ito Is employed by II. I. Klopp Newbold, of Washington, 1>. C. They Hoard requested .all to close their schools : "
as a carpenter, but that line of work_in the Cresson and attend. 'M" j I I'
he houneboat Buckeye, with Maj. W. are occupying cottage. {
; very slack just now. M.. C. Salmon Is at work on L. liar.ring's Nearly all were present and were royally 'f' "t t '
Green and party, stopped over here art Mrs. Joe Mlddlebee entertained the r j
Wm. F. Richards drove to Fort tine house entertained by the citizens of Mel. t i' '
time en route to Palm Beach. Capt. A party of immigrants passed through Euchre Club Thursday evening. Mr. If. '
ke 1 Informed the ADVOCATE corres- Pierce, last Sunday.We here Monday (Pit their way south, with Mrs. II. B. I'axton was a pleasant caller Mlddlebee won first prize, getting the bourne and the mnnncen of the Cbau- .1".J..1'1": 1\\\ 't''
tlent that their cruise would extend are making heavy shipments of several yoke of oxen and three wagons.We here on Monday. highest score. Refreshments. were tauqua. The whole eok was one of enjoyment I 1 :
illan Key. did not learn from whence they cameor and delight. ik. y.I>
and few pineapples. served.
beans, quite a whither. they were traveling. Mr. Lever Is visiting his. uncle and On Saturday morning, Prof. R... K. h'., ?, "I: lF
Master Tandy A. Bryson left tor Su- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Breese. Mr. Borton took-party of friends. In Mlms requested the presence of the ,ii ;

FTER LA GKIPPE:-WHAT f Un- waneo Grammar School, on Tuesday.The Mrs. A. E. Chatfield has been pleasantly his launch, the ; to the picnic teachers tit one of the elm re hen. The f 11 r i
ally! a hacking cough and a general but Leg. several. Connecticut nt Indlunol.i Friday. Besides Mrs. benefit*of the ClaalJtallflu"and our plans. ,h)
hag of weakness. often leading to fa- calendar says this is March, P. A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga lends entertaining this winter.A. Borton, Capt and Mr. Sharpo, Miss for the future were talked over, and out I' I t Ii!:
suits after the patient is supposed we are having April showers every day. uttered fur six months with a frightfulrunning Ilentz, Mis. Abney, Mr*. Hatter of City of the desire of all to attend next year, } ''

ave paused the danger point. Foley's Mrs Hamor and Mrs. Saeger, of An- sore on hl. leg; but writes that V. S. Smith, attorney for the F. E. Point, Fla. Mr. and Mr*. Mlddleboe, grew the Idea. that took form In the organization .fIIf'l ,.7 1 ;;.
118Y< and Tar guaranteed to cure the kona, were pleasant visitors to this place Bucklen's Arnica Salvo wholly cured U C. Ry., was recently here, adjusting a Mrs. Dooley, Miss. Helen of of a Teachers' Association. of "
ippe> cough" and make you strong and last Wednesday. In live days. For Ulcers, "Wounds Piles, fire claim with E. A. Ilortwell. Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Newbold of Brevard County, which was consummated ;., ,
H.I It never fails to stop a cough If Its the best salve In the world. Cure Mr. and Mrs. Averlll went to Oeeanuson Washington. Miss LillIe, of H. C. before the meeting dosed. The fol'I'' :' 4 '
en In time. Take substitutes. Fur Harry Housman of Newark, N. J. an Judge and Mrs. llrown. Miss Brown and
no hima guaranteed. Only 25; cu. /Sold: by all hut lowing ollloers were elected: President,
by> li. It Wilson & Son.Jensen. old schoolmate of S.: F. Webb, made druggist. Saturday: rains drove to stay them a home week, but Mon the friend of Georgia; J. W. IUI. Ian tine, N. Prof. Jno. D. Teeter; Vloo-Preitldent, fi

I short visit last week. heavy on ,!. ; Thomas LeeJlnclnnatl; Dr.and Mrs Prof.J. It. Pomeroy; Honorary VicePres. k 1

The Card Club was entertained at the day.Mrs. Ilentz Brazil, and Mrs Keys, of City !idents, Hon. J. R. Parrott, Jacksonville;
home of Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Robinson, Georgiana. Nellie Lndlow, of Chicago, Is Point. icon Oeo. M. Robbins Titusvllle; lion. s ?
last Thursday evening. visiting her father, E. A. Hartwell. Mrs. W. T. Welli, Melbourne; Secretary, Miss
Ludlow Is suffering severely with rheu Malabar. Hue Hopkins, Couou Treasurer, Miss
Il'e were death Ilalnlin came from MI- :Mr.\ and Mrs. Herbert Lee left Fridayfor
grieved to hear of the Miss Mary up matism.U. Eva: M. lielleufrcr, Melbourne.The .
,[the mother of Mrs R. D. Uoke, which ami, Tuesday, for a stay of Indefinite their home In Kansas City follow lug commltUes were ait- '

J urred: very suddenly last Fliday. length with Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau.Mrs. Miss Stevenson, sister of Mrs. Linda- W.trees Matthews besides has set out and fifty other. more C. JI(. Comstock, from West :Medford, pointed: i' ti
ruses ornamental
ire. M. W. Norwood, of Ocala, with George Saunders, accompaniedby bery, recently left for her home. near Newark < orange plants He Is making a beau- Mo**., I I..* visiting his brother,' Frank Constitution and Bylaws) : Prof. K. E. t

>r two Interesting children, are the her son, George: came down from N. J. tiful home Comstock. Macy Tltuivllle; Prof. J. R. Pomeroy,
osl.8 of Capt. McLean for a few days. Fort Pierce last baturday, and made a Mrs. Frank Lyman and charming Now that the Chautauqua has ended( Fort Pierce, Miss Aleph Mime. Titusvllle.
: visit of several days at the home of ber daughter: M IRS Elizabeth, started it few Rev. Mr.,Norcross, wife and their two the young people are trying W rest some. Executive Committee: !Prof. E. E. 'a ,
fur esteemed friend, Capt. Allen, has sister Mrs. John Miller days for their home In Keoosho, Wls. daughters, of Carlisle, Pa., were pleasant They all enjoyed It very much, though Macy, Tltusvllle) ; Miss Ivlttle Martin, ;t
turned" from the North, and is again callers here last Tuesday and we were the coining sad goingwere tlretome. Melbourne; M Us Htella Mlm, Cncoa. q''
hy with his fine pineapple plantation. Beach parties and bathing are now the Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Hughes and niece, glad to see them. On RuNolullons: 1'rofE.V.Macy: TJliuvlllc ,
Home popular forms of amusements. The bath- Miss Burchflel; Mri. A. L. Jirunerandmother Quite large shipments of beans have Prof. J. R. Pomeroy, Fort l'lercei t
e Tibbals of our young people! attended tog suits, we notice, are very attractive, Mrs. Gilbreath, and daughter A large party of friends from Rock- been going forward this week, J. F./ Far Mr, E.;E. Macy, lionaveoliire. ; I'
,wtoil, ball on Saturday night, and more attention seems to be paid to the Miss Doth ; Mrs. Dell Munson son anddaughter ledge surprised Mr. and Mrs M. C. Sal ley, E. B. Arnold and U. W. Woshburn The Chautnu<|ua course Is to b* taken r t 1,
i[ la an enjoyable time, as every- style and tit than la former years. Cora and Guy; Mrs. Walker mon last Saturday night. They had a being the largeit'shlpper( Or.n looking up and the teachers realize that this will ,r
lng that
they have that way. very enjoyable visit and a delightfulsail. about all The trees
up gone. are
Club entertained last and brother, Walter Llndaberry; be s great help to them In their work.
r H Walton, editor and proprietor Wednesday The Tea afternoon was by Mrs C. A. Rob- Lily and Maggie Carter and their brother fine, In most grove. the bloom being The association adjourned to meet at :r

the ADVOCATE:, who had been spend- assisted by Mrs. F. O. Williams. George; and Mr. and Mrs. Carter and Mrs. II. J. Smith leaves for her sum very heavy the call of the president t
,' a couple of days at the Breakers, atm inson, had unusually good time. children, Rosa: Walter and Clayton, and mer home at 1'ompton Lake, N. J., this Mr. Ochsner left, Monday, for his home Miss H. Iloi-KlMH, Secretary. n
," Beach, stopped off here Monday, The ladles an and the refresh Miss Emma Bell and brother, William, week, and her family will follow In a lit New York. HA ho .... tfi return In s
I a short while, and was astonished to Games were delicious.played, attended the Chautauqua at Melbourne. week or two. We hope to see thin pleasant the early; i fi'wltibia'mllb; ; : ; ;; lid Notice of Special Legislation j jNo'ricaisiaaanv
the miles of pineapple plantations ins ments were Some of the party stayed the two weeks, family here next winter.It a winter home here. We have bud quitea 1
section' looking in such excellent Mulberry pies puddings and roly polys others one week, and some only a short number of vi.itorsthis winter, and they 4 *
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ulitlon, are in order, and the children live In the time, but all report having a most de- : Is surprising the number of people one and all profess to be charmed with re are mulberry trees, and the'chlckenll, ducks lightful time. It Is hoped that better : In this section who take the pink paper Florida, and Malabar la particular (several the Htkt ol FlorM at It* .appreachlnx. f ,
''icaell pleased, to learn that Jerome live under them. The trees will bo made next year, for of the Kant: Coast. It Is not only one of lots of real estate. have changed Milon. t.h.. fiiuiniro. ni s .jwlal ant unthnrlilnic j I \ 1
and turkeys arrangements
an ADvocATE subscriber from I tin fi of the. Fifth K., rd District, .
delicious the. largest, but one Of the must newsy >rin "ioii i t '
loaded with the hundred bad to leave hands In the few weeks
alas City, baa purchased ofJ.. II. are !simply! about a people continued past of Mravaril county, Into a nixwliil. Improvement.
In Florida hence the .
month early. and miss the grand papers dl.lriutf"r the of ,
7 a pineapple Indian fruit which Is a I Saturday: morning ptirpoMi ennHtrurttnr |1001 .
plantation on increase of new subscribers.Dr. rnaO In MU1 district. and, Imulnir, iMinild and l I
per' and will at once begin operations We heard the other day of a lady, living -I closing concert or go home on Sunday or Winter nome for Hale. levying sees ou the prrii,,,rty In .dam "..Ulal W y I '
re. There are beautiful lands In that this side of Jacksonville, who Is very loose their tickets for railroad faro If Cutchen( wife and daughter, of I pay lor....1II.. luMiwt tn vote of the p4Mii de.l '
"on.. and Mr. Twiohell to be con- hearted, and having a chicken to they stayed until Monday. Most of them Green Lake '...1..; and Mrs. Kutchen'lbrother A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 K. M.HUUHUN AMXrHKItH.CuuiutltM.. ." .

''tolated on his selection. We give kill he decided to call in a surgeon >have) bad bought tickets for the entire season, and wife, of Columbus O., are acres, small S-room cottage, 2IJO orangs TIbb*!*, Florida,March: 1I, 1003. ; '4A \ I
u I a hearty welcome, Mr. Twlchell. chloroformed and Its head and so lost what they bad paid for for stopping at C. B. Magruder's. "they are and grapefruit trees, 150 bearing; 9,000
'lur the creature and everything done to make the last day. The Oeortclana people very'mnch pleased with this part of Indian pineapple, under good Sunday! School Is making Interest- amputated, painless as possible The came home Saturday, rather than River, and are talking of buying Japan perilrnmons, mangoes, guava. 'r
prepara'Ions for an enjoyable Easter doctor work with several break the Sabbath property here. and other fruit. Good water protection '
'ice The came and went to The Walton Helf-Locklna! Block Co.,
tat school Is progressing nlce- assistants. In the midst of the operation Andres, Box 6, Boston, just capitalized for $!IOO.OIJOoo< ) ,

'pie, > Kg This an Is attendance as It should of be.nearly Stand fifty when IU head was supposed to More ItlutM. Fole 's Honey and Tar cures coughs Georgians, Fla. baa a few more shares. for sale at par- i

oui :-hildren, what: be otl. Its chic enship quietly arose and Disturbance. of strikers are not nearly and colds. Cares bronchitis and ...LblOa. County 1"or $:'L5 the sbara. Patents on thin block; are '". "',
no matter may '
'pen' The left for parts unknown, and was not as grave .. an Individual disorder of the and rough. nude Sale. secured all over the world and at; present ,.I
of the cotn- Cures whooping
grown people next morning, when It's Overwork lossr sleep nervous croup sold only la the New ')0., '
nit use> attend there found until the jitem. Cures hoarseness and bronchial troubles. they are being! t
well but
many who do very with their head was removed In the good old way. tension will be followed" by otter Cures pneumonia and la grippe. Sold For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof England state, but will) soon branch oat 4* "
.I. not come unless reliable remedy is Immediately southeast of section 3 township other will *
.11 ""'e who collapse a B. R. Wllsou: Son TItusville. quarter Into itates. The profits be .
should do by V
so. Working: Overtime. employed. There's nothing 31*J south of range 41 east; close to large, so now Is your time to Invest, before *
01 those I so efficient to cure disorders of the Liveror 3. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on all the shares are sold. ') F
; OH SETTLED ON LUNGS. Eight hour laws are ignored b1. New Kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's St Lade River; 40 acres. From IS to itO per cent Interest per I I

I'ay eb daughter had a terrible cough tireless, little workers-Dr.always Kings at work, a wonderful tonic, and effective nervine Draylnar. Also, the northeast quarter of north annum is promised by tbU.compuny. t I 1 ,*
settled on her lungs," says N. Life PUI. Millions are Indigestion, BIIII. and the greatest all around medicine for east quarter of section 18, township 38, A sample block may be seen at the
?n of Danville Ill. "We tried a night and day, curing Nervousness. of .Ul 1 lads' south of 41 east sooth fork of h
,t Sick Beadacbeand run down systems. It dispels Draylng or hauling promptly range ; on ADVOCATE oflice, Tltusvllle, Fla. t
many remedies) without relief, nn- all Conltipatlon,and 1k 1I"ei trouble. Rheumatism and Neuralgia' and attended to. Meets all trains. Stove! Ht. Ladle River; 40 acre. Apply to Full particulars of the fil
[ch! cured FoleY'1 Honey and Tar Stomaeh, Liver sate anre. Only25o expels Malaria, germs. Only 600. and wood supplied. II. WALTOW, AMERICA PHOUOTINO: THUSTCB: Co., Jl
her." Refuse substitutes. .. Easy. pleasant satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggist. ALFRED: tlADUCT: TltUSvill. Tltusvllla Ha. 21, Doane street, Boston, M.... .
abT B. R. wilwn' & Son Tltasville.I'VkJWl at all drug stores.

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Ff A \Vltly llrply. .ST. PETEItsr Itl ,
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EL1\fONT \
-f ill Whenever the United States supreme THE .

# k A Golden Rule court, on bearing the argument of I Oil tbe wellt ahore of Tampawater Tbe most ]1ealthtul wlut.." v.vembellState. ]

4. I counsel for plaintiff In error, la entirely On high ground, perfect drainage; spuc"I"" ;prop th
of Agriculture: satisfied that he baa no case the chief large and newly furnished, papered and painted. Rates, w p"I., t,1 a' q aa, I

1 Be good to your land and your crop Justice la apt to any to counsel for defendant per week. W U. TIPPh' 'I-1-I"', \'"OI'1101.'

will b. good. Plenty ofPotash in error that the court does not l _
} r L, care to bear further argument. At onetime yF"IC ASHEVILLE, N. O.
lion. Matthew Carpenter from

tN Wisconsin was counsel for plaintiff in '

and opened the case.! Before be
4 In the fertilizer spells quality t I was through the court was satisfied OARS HOTEL; ASOEVIl "
and quantity In the bar* .>], "l that/ there wan nothing In It. and so ; N.1R
Aw* it concluded and counsel In
veal Write us and yr when be hud h yo
we will lend you, .f for defendant in error arose Chief. Justice .L1 Ia \

I'I free, by 'next mall, / Waite said. "The court does"not $8.00 to *lU.I per week. $:1.00 to $s2.r)0 per day.,

our money winning care to bear any further argument. :
1 books. J r little deaf and although ( and Hot
k Counsel was a -: .. 80 Steam Water (Heim-d, |UOOIII{ ,
! 1 OCBMAN KALI WORKS, P"gtC7 noticing that the chief Justice < y

n NIMH Siren, 1 1h spoke did not bear what be find said U Select Tourist Patronage. Rooms open for engagement.

A and turning to Mr. Carpenter who

sat beside him. asked what bad been (2 Boooklets. WM. J.. McCOY. Proprietor,

: { 101<1.

(r 'Oh, nuns IU"! ropllfd Carpenter Intones NEW tonic:
audible to the bench. "Tbe chief

Justice said< be would rather give you

the cime thuu hear you talk.."-Youth's

:t4 f : YOU Companion.KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK1JSO Tri-Wcokly Sailings. Hotel Marlborough;

When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill and NEW YORK. Broadway, SOth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
the formula I. plainly BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE .
Free and Tonlo because bottle showing that it is 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with elect gghR i|

1 Accented V Masons itmgly printed Iron on every and Quinine In a tasteless Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ducted American and European plans] and is managed 'undo, tbe pen

opt to.m. No cure; Is'o pay. COcts. supervision. of the

1 Ill I'V1 -It. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe -- owner.E. s. CROWEI..? Snoagg[

I Indian No. W "Does a draft give yon cold chills Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Broadway and 41st
back?" linked the philosopher Yendome street,
River Titullvllle, down your Direct bervlce Between Hotel
Points. ,
and all Eastern
Lrn1,1o Florida. "It t does" replied the wise guy 'whenmy Jacksonville Boston Providence
Wl bank iifcouiit U uver'druwu."-Cincinnati FIREPROOF. ::100 rooms, single and en suite, with private uatlisandti
I 't Hold IM mantinKD the. """fond.and fourth FrlUy (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
< of rich earth, a'rhelrrnnmIt"11140, Illvufiotel r Commercial Tribune.TO SEMI-WEEKLY' S.1LISGSISouthboun. rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50; large rooms$2:: and

TKm tile, at 7:liM o'oliiok p.in. .......................... ... .. .. . : from Lewis Wharf Boston. bath *:'J.5'! 'll per day and upwards. The management I is under lltjsonal
J. I,. Curruthara .Warden! A COLt IN ONE DAY Northbound................. .. ..!..... ... .. ... ...fromroltorCrtherh'et3trootJaoksonvilleClyde private
T. Rahiler, Henlor -- supBrvlslon of the owner.. Gin E\ Manta!
H. W.Carroll Junior Warden. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets ----
J. Al. Hlxon. Tr'amirer.V. if It falls Line !-
refund the River '
A. 'l"rgan, Hanretary. druggists St.
1'tn H. F. Brown, Chaplain.' .. to ours E. W. Grove's signature Is on
'.I- J. It. Walker Keillor Uoaonn. each box. 2.:\>ctn.Alter (Denary. Line.)
I'. W. Roberta. Junior Uuaooii.. BETWEEN JA'JKSONVILLK: AND :SA.XFOIU
F. M.'raylorNnnlnrnteward.
; y F. A. t.imlKV. Junior Steward.M. the ({IIRr..I.lIe. Stopping at FaUtka"Aitor St. rrancln, Hni-onCon! (Ito(.and), und intermediate Undinii -
{r K.: KiiKllnli, Tyler. .on the8t.John'*lilver.
.> (to IIlmMC'ltI'I"1prf'11! ) on account
of my '-'1'aHU.tl'IUlwr., suppose
; WISDOM OF THE WIDOW I've gone nnd 1 Haw' too much. Catherine Street IS, .'...luckaouvlllu: )p. lu.. ...... .. ...HnndeyaTue.dayean.iT3nrdaye:
She(to hl'rllc.ltl-Oll.) dear! If I hadn't Leave Leave. Foot Sanford. UtUO: a,in........ .... ... .... ... ....... ..... Mm..ltti e.bteedaye, Northbound..and, Friday

"'levvr of n Men Who linen Not Agree lout my temper I lulght have said ever HnnthlHHind. HCllI' I>lTIjK. Head. up,

\Vllli Weller. : Life Head down. .. .. ....JAfKWVVILLlfi........ ..... ........"Art,Ive 2.'N'' ..m
; Tony much more.-Ilrooklyn .. ,...... ..., '
't t 1 BO Leave" alto: p.m.. ... ....... .. .... ....... ..PALATKA. .. ......... ... ... ........ .. Leave 8.00 p.ra
The tuan' who nmrrkw a girl I Just out 8.W 8.IK' ) P.. tit in... ........ ... .... .l'foITtllt.. ..... ..v. .. .... .... .. .. ....... 11.80 p.m S fc'vU1:4Ji -
ef Bchool bas need of much shrewdness TourUU Attention. ..HO.. ... .....' ...... ....,. .. .. ST. KinNrls! .. ... .. ...... .. .. ... ... .... l.oo p.m M4 M : W
:/ .. ? ...RLHFOItU1DaLANI. ...... .. .... .......i. .IMn'n .N !*a ?,;
t t ......... ........... ) \
tact and fortitude tor the drat year of/ While visiting Florida we ask that you Il.mve8.30: a. m... ........... .. ... .... HANKi>RI> .. .. .... ........ .... .. ..... ... 9.30 .a.m + 14.ar 14-
t matrimony will produce a violent revolution do not fail to buy a bottle of Comfort, IO.mam.. .... .. .... ....,-... KNTkRIMlISB ... ....0. .... .. .... .. 10.00a.niCen'l itfsn
mind. As she leu rim to the wonderful kldner.. bladder and rheu- .J -<
know tier In her husband-she who bun never mat.lem;;; remedy.:; ; : For' sale by all drug- Passenger and Ticket Office, 2O4W. Bay St.; Jacksonville. ( ., OY'IU', ':t.-. .

1h seen him except vcu be bad bin bent gUts Tltusvllle.1)). It. Wilson & lien: agents at ...C.IIAGERTYOen'IEaat'nPse..Agt.It) State St.,New( York |. F.M.IROHMINdlRlu.As.t.len.Pass.2M Went :Kay St.,Jaoksonvllle, I'la.Agt. ,J. ..' .... ..,...d..jijo.'", "

coat ou-she will doom bin) n brute and THOS. D. HALEY Local FretghtAgent I I C. P LOVK1.L, Aunt dupt.,
for 1lbganStJaek.onvirleFla.. | Foot tinman. rtt., .'ack80nym..l'la.
will be dlaappolnted and dltwuHted The W.rr Pnrcbaaer.Mrs. font
t HOWARD, Superintendent Font Hogan St...laclcaouville.. Fla. of the ROLLINS COLLEGE building,lk
she will him with that IrnponIble Younlwed-And what are these? .General Agent
compare Oeneral. Maaaxer. \VM. f OLTltK to. in
O. KOKK. If mile long lakes Llgd
i TIIKO. feet above Lake Virginia (one of a chain (
manhood which 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park New York.
Ideal of every Df'oll'r-Suit mackerel, mum Cbenebrougb; Building Park
and beautiful Winter )
+ girt ha. In her mind and of which he Mrs. Y.-Are they quite fresal-Ctl-: C. II. WAL.TOV. Agent, Tltusvllle, Fla.CE. Two Physical Directors far Gymnasium.! Bent Florida Golf Links FineCjcl:
l full short But wJth experience
pt course, caItO News. and Boating.
will coma wisdom. In time TsATTTTlTn PREPARATORY()('
i } she will understand that her gli-lbooi.1' For Constipation and Indigestion .JB<> :JEit.I> Music School |/I I li\IV School of Elocution,
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i f/Vbo Were him In the .. School Domestic
iJouT to have Try a bottle of our world's laxative Af- Business School Xl.Vf.IIAJJ.A1KIndustrial I 11

4'S flesh, would 1 In nu iinbeu ruble prig oolets at all druggists. B. K. Wilson & AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Alt School, in

r t+ and that h.. .r husband Is about as good yon agents for Titusville or mailed to TEAC'IIKRS1!: IOUR8E: BEGINS APRILS 1, 1WK\ : .
aa men 11'0 and t'en-It sbe loves him- say address receipt of lots() In stamps. Twenty Profennors and lustinclorM. Mend for Catalogue and Booklet
t little better than the next man. AqdreHH" The A'co Chemical Co., Jacksonville President
; a WILLIAM F. BL 0\1 'K fAN. Ph. D.,
A widow him. all this knowledge- ._ SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, : RICHMOND,. (PiofeBHor Sociology at Yale, 180:1 11)02.)

(A1(4( : men and of the world wblvb a spinster II. Hud Learned II. WASHINGTON, ROLLINS COLLEGE

lucka. A lUau talks to a widow freely "I heard a good story the other day,"
Three Elegant Trains Dully .
+ eu to one who hue found him out. I She:> began the grocery man "about a certain

Ilr la expert Iti the urta of pIciiNlui him politician." Seaboard New York Limited. IF, YOU WANT A...

't and if a bright youiijj widow nets her "!"hnt will do." Interrupted the disappointed

cap for a uiiin lie cull cHi-iipo her only olHeeneeker. "In the first Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.

by flight; A widow bun uo Illusions place there are no certain politicians." EQUIPMENT.The Lot
Ni and no I Jen In.. She Is well trained and Chicago/ News. .Building
't used to K>ltitf double, while the spinster Seaboard New York Limited U a vcstlbuled train composed exclusively .. ,
i P I'ullman Equipment : Dining, Compartment. Drawing Room Sleepers and l Observation -
la unbroken filly and Is bound to
( U; an Can, operated solid be. Augustine and JackHonvllle to :New York via Washington READY FOR OCCUPANCY
kick a good dl'lIl111.'U she first fools or a lot with a BUILDING ,
t I; up RUTS ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10: p in. and Jacksonville at 1:20: p. m. South
( a tag, at the simUla.-Sun lOraucjsco I, bound this train Is known as the :Sfalionrd Florida Limited. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

t Bulletin ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GAR

t Fanhlanabl Mf In "al,.. reservations We have for sale just what are eeklng.
U For full Information and sleeper call on any Agent probably you
11 The fuablouable season In Italy, says The sick whata
6 walking Seaboard, or write Settlers are flocking In but still there is room. If JM
LuUfl Vlllurl In 'Italian Life In Town
A ;p
h II and Country," Is from Christmas to crowd of them there, are: A. O. MAcDONELL, Met Gen. Pass. Agt Jacksonville, Florida. looking this way, drop a line to

Twister the time Kvnerully known aa Persons who thin and __ ,
are Vice-president.
r' the carnlvaL At Naples.. 1I1p.sI111and JAS. E. INGRAHAM W

5 some other places there Is also a summer weak but not sick enoughto FLORIDA EAST-COAST R'Y,

1 b : nenson.of Commenting life among on the the upperclaws' peculiarities go to bed."Chronic Atlantic Coast Line R'y. ST. AUGUSTINE, Fl

., Mr. Vtllarl snys: cases" that's '

i :f "Italians, do even not In wear the grandest evening establishments dress- what the doctors call them, The Great Through Car Line from Florida.

Itfi 4,, I for dinner unless there Is a party A which in common English 1'1r'iIJL'Pt 11'unon... r.1"rn.illl'oC. SOUTHERN RAIL WAY

( black coat la enough for ordinary purposes. .
r t A few men who wish to "be pnrtlcularly means-long "

j 5 F y i coitt with fashionable a "black tie wear which a smoking garment stop the continuedloss Between St. Augustine and New York. Leave St. Autrnxtlne: 11:10: 1\. 10., Jacksonville In Connection with Florida East Coast; Railway Effective Jnnar> 14.
t" :: ... m., dally except Sunday.;
of flesh need N
1 I la autncUnit for all save very large dinner they Nn,311iNn.3'diNnHIKE1'WF.BJACKSONVILI.EANINEWYOR1iNu.29: : : :!! N',91

k. purtU'H and balls. On the other Scott's Emulsion. For the LIMITED." ISO U : K 405 LvJeeksonvilie. a'la. .tI..u'h"rn R&lIw..y/ Ar'0' Jo'': ;: l
I Ji r'' 1 y bund, there lire Oceanians when a man CHICAGO'AND FLORIDA 12:16a: I 4 lO11'1 l 1M I I' I L"S..vanllah.Ua. '. H.mth"rn k..llw..y. .Ar I 0 ill' 0 10 1 111..I f
Augustine 4 11M I .: 9ro: Ar 1'1' C. t4..uthern. ....1.v 0 /0O I'"j:
dons bin dress clothes by day. It Is tierIKw"r feeling of weakness they Between St. Augustine. and Chicago and bt, Louis. Leave :St. a. m., a I'' Chariotte Railway III]
I Jacksonville 0 ::05 a. m. These trains are tin standard of perfection In passenger !,1Ib.2.L.! a 005 Ar It hIUOII","a '. ... a.ooiar" Ka Iw... Lv I1i5'P' '
U at court functions, even in need Scott's Emulsion.It service consisting of Pullman Vesilbuled' ] Drawing-Koom, :Sleep- SMtp leno a T .Hta. ArSt'oehingtonP.C..SnutbernRailwa. ,. Lv 10 61. tiP9
i mornings and at wed<1lnlis. Ladles and Observation Cars. 113/1p/ 11111 a 1111011 ArH51Omnreud.. .. ..l'.nn.flv..nla.I. ('y. J.v et'Jn "trio2511a
Wear huts at the theaters except on Ing, Compartment, bluing / I :fop 1112a Arl'hdadel1.hlaVa .. PenneylvaninR'y. ....Lv lain ". I.pl IIII
,fu makes flesh and I ... .. I 121'41' ,
new 1:1: a 4 1:11': I 01P\ Ar sew York 1'"n..ylvanl1. R'y. LY :
i gala nlghU. They display more Jewelry To the WEST, VIA MONTGOMERY: leave St. Augustine 0:10: p. in., Jacksonville 1'1.:11' : alltll2: -"Th..S"ntllern ISdrn. Idmtted' >' Mondn,,,.., leaver' ddb;!
; 1', by day than Rugllsu Indies. The gives new life to the weak 8:05: p. m, Pay Coaches; and Pullman Sleepers cent tlun.I..VII.. N.w: .tO: end. a4-"New York and Florida Expreae.: V"l1y Vllllng f trrNue
Italian aristocracy have magnificentJewels 2U and s-"Wa. -htngton and I Florida Limlt.d." Daily. .,1;
"h n
I;I ,, and even In quite small towns system. "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED." SO.II I o. u I Ilotween'ksnnvllleand the Nor b a..' West \e, .. 1, Ra
M Jacksonville :l(1 a T 45 I.v J..k.ullvlll". Fla. .... t'outll"rn Railway .
Between Jacksonville and New York. Leave St. Augustine 0:10: a m., P II'
t where there Is no great woalth.the old Scott's Emulsion gets aMp :t'Nla' ArJlI.roll.Oa. .....,.... .. .. .,.. flIt"urnR.dlway. .r I
,t f families am make a fine display. The .8:3: : a. m., carrying D.,y Coaches and Pullman Drl''''Ing-I oom. :Sleepingand U lap 52'a ArAtlanta. .. ... ...? .. ..... MOllthern It'll....)'. .. .. L' P
,' thin and weak out Dining Cars. 104 p 1I" a. rl'hlltt..n..lta.Tenn. ... .... IOnutllurnlt..II..y.. .. 1 I'' ,I
tall hut Is only necessary at marriages/ persons ... .., .L'
and York. 2Ml'R: \r Ctncmnsti: Uhlo. ... gnem ,yt < r""enc .;
i p funerals n ud at court. Young men of of the rut. It makes new "ATLANTIC COAST LIE Xrl ESS. Between Jacksonville New It10a: liMp l.v t hn'hmnti .. .... .. ... ffiii i'Cmr.. ....... .. .. . At II"-r.tv I
fashion wear It also when paying& calls Leave St. Augustine 0:101'. m., Jacksonville 8:05: p, m., cuiryiug Day 0 I :asp 1 III a Ar ('hICIIK. ill. .. .. ... ... Jill Four ....... _L_' l'

during the season. Among the tour- rich blood, strengthens the Coaches and I'ullimn: Sleepers 9' il a331j/ > Ly CInrvnaat -. Ohio.... .... .... P..nn.ylvanla Lutes Ar IDs
FRANK C. BOYLSTOV, Commercial Ant. W. D. STARK Tray< fuss Agt. _0301): T10a' ArChlcagslll ... .... .. .. }>enn.yl IvanlaLlnee...:.;.:_ Ar "
.8 at"ILsIII'I'lIln"" clothes are hardly evcl'wotD nerves and gives appetitefor lW: / West B,y St., Astor' Building/. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Ir. 8JOa: 4 na!Lv Pinelnnatl Ohio ........ .... CJl&I1-i\r..non. .-.. .. AI. x I' I j'
,+ at all. IIIII'I / 1:1:1.:: At'hluagnlll\ ..... CHsU-t6.nuu.] .... 1 '
M. KUEKSUN, Traffic ManRller.V.. J. CRAIG Oen'I. l'i'ass. Agent I
ordinary food. WILMINGTON! N. C. "i2<<1 a 9'4.fp I.v t'/ncinnntl, 01110 ............ 0.11 Jr Dli igun. (rn\ A' yta20p
: : 51la ArTnlednOhto. .. .. .. .,. .. ... CHaJ-MlcniaafCentral L' t
) IIU question. Scott's Emulsion betaken 4 ::1111' 130a Ar 11etr.dt. Much... .. ..C I8Jt D-MlchlgaaCenttat; ")
Sister You've neon Mr.. Newpop'w can -8 :Ilia POOP( EThlnetllnatl.thle.: .. ...... .. Pennevlv.niaLines. .:-:-: 1t .,
baby luiven't you? as long as sickness .Ii."f r.I\ I 0 M a. Ar ittsburg I'e. ... ... Penn Ivania. IAnra..:..:.:..;.;... I v .
1 w Jrnther Yen, but I'm afraid Mm. +1&r4 a3oa: 0ea: I' iv'innnaatlOhio .... .... ... .RiliFonr... ..... ," 1J
1 lasts and do good all the n\II..J.I! 6 n..it Ar'lereland. Oblo ... ..,. .... I'll .ollr.... ..... r
JSeWk'I' must think I don't take any ''Ot1.1, rid 73 1 it j lnt."t in Imbleft.Sinter time. 10 311 a l H I l0 I' A r 1..III"vlllr. K)'.... .. .. .. .. SOllth..rn Rall..ay.. .. ... 1 .n
I -Of course if you don't asktivwrtona 1y+ i '\ ii avortt.tblodrac nerlll-hrailh It h a-.sinItspatt .-.-..- ,,1 SJ II Ar tl.'II.\I.. ......,.. .. Honth..U..II..ay.:7 .... .. ._:'
There's more phy.kal wr.rks than probably any other one dl. :: : :: 1JOiq: GvLexlnRton,1C.; I .. ..... .... 80utlrllli;;; l..a't'. : '
ul>unt It shelUotlier new strength Wes pP'I Isrtodnrrlenn.r .. ...,, !Jol' ArLnnl.vilie. Iy.... ....... ... I'enn..ylv."I..r.lne.. ..
-!Hut I did 'ask n question: of the WHY? t.ml'y'hr.: cneuponthefr.ttn.tlcatton .. .. 1:1J": Arl'hl..Wl. Ill.... .. ...... .... r"nn.ylvanlloLlne... .. I'' .ii
and flesh in mttd.ly
dose. ho..u'nt ,
I I asked. If It could Hit up on Its hind leg every qulnlno. nr Iii., da> ny ruinaral-cninmel.11 Me.atlly a.wurged whtIt \ue.n: and a. "(hlrall" ..n.t Florh. .a 81'.1..1.. arrive., Ilallv .x"t\ ondl".tueiev'
and bee yet and she. wouldn't answer.tlaihIdelpbla c. Don't l It. It'. isn't al itiningoar. liceltandt4-"TheFlnrldaIdmited"dall': 1'.111''''' '". ,;;
t -' aeceawtyulth {10'o.ltly. ill N'otter T ...lIlhr.'n..ofth.. : Jai'vii'RH1e'' '
We will be gladto u \oaN'13.Het.: : :
I1ese.Ills y.auara ky..I INo,2J?' "
: -
c IT aOll1T, .tacksnnvilte l ;Ro" Ry. .. 2nn 920$ np rv.r..ck.vlll: ;> ,." I I. 1220uLvS1lvnnnah I
send jou; a few L'J a ERBgNE : 80.1IY ...Ar'' Ii insp" 311/I1'/ II '. :..... .. ,.. I
Dlnlrrt.MlUe. doses free. .- 1 oPAr'Asheville. ..,.... Rv. Lv 4Hop( II lnciCSea: : \ArAtlnntu 1
to rsIverr o. 1, seas.r.r rccay any r rnt of :! .171' Arline. Mprinus.sn.: Ry. Jy 12 4sn ., Hlrmh.'h..m \
Mid 1M. "did mebr5t It I. 0 :1.180 II&II. Ar !
I'loddlug ,
tun W +n r4d. IL. an lee Brines or gnlNn. 8 1'\rClnelnnatl' q A C ...Lv'' 801\1' ,, .. Mnep Ar'o.eml'hl! +. .:'
Be that thU In 'nrlmv rr I
'f'. JO: tO Hflltiol? I th. tmm.nre' ..! A Ubel picture is on the tu. u aU Ilr r, l Idaay l'a'Ir ael, do.d'r' e'5.nwal.a.Resat ), 7.4)aArKen.nad1ty... P '
+ Suiv," anxweml. Meanderlug Mike wnpmr of r\orv bottl of 1 _a SUoperbottlo. Alt Dr lgglsta. rl.: +and14-"ThaFlockla; i Llmlte.I.'" UMlly lllninjrraro.- FI:
F' 'fl "I rfim't have to talk dill way. If I feiimtUum you buy.. H. I" CAItY. IJlst. PaM'I. Agt? 10MV.. nay St.. JaC1"OI1j j III1

R shY ted off me literary accomplish SCOTT & IJOWNE

ut i. I i'-'I folk would wonder whjr; I Chemists, OFFICE

i I"" "Iln' de help wanted udveri 409 Pearl St., N. Y. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

-'> s timtid o' huntlu' fur band
1) W I r nu* \Va"Uliijtoii Star. SOc. and $1 l I all: drugjlst II. It WII.SOX.V SOX. All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the ab< .J ;;



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....\ COAST ADVOCATE:, M.iRCII 20. 1903. 7 '
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Jt): N :eJyEe: : ::SO'IEL' :' :: ., ," '

i.I. TITUSVILLE, ; Famous Hotel Victory, : ,'.' 1:

FLORIDA :t'\ \ .

a t'' Put-in-Bay Island, Lake Erie, Ohio. \t. I;'
J. O. BAST, Proprietor.
y ,
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i { rtii
and FISHING) *1 '
II The views show just a few of the ninny E>nvIJ'onmentlll'oll"e,1 by thin. ,the Oieatost and Grandest b
; zar Rates: $3 no per day. p
L j ." of all Summer Hotel It In. l'OnOe.1 for the social, standing of It.>putrous.., dimensions. excellence
$10nod$13perweek)() / I:! |
_._ ..t. v N iVS of food, service, and the lavish amusement, of Its. guests. Situated on large IMh n.I.ln mid-lake, In
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JACKSONVILLE. a, a park of twenly-onefnorcs( of shaded! h\wu. The scenes and envliomncnts ore enchanting, condticlvo .,
of rest and comfort.If .
DSOR HOTEL ... : j,
address will souvenir folder, rate yard\ and toetamonial.book. I
ia you send your wi mall you our '
They are VERY ATTRACTIVE and the rates. are most ttonable. Address' ri
LAKUEST!:: AND BESTE:! -ROUNI II HOTEL.A 1fral lr. { :1s i

T. "VsT" McCREARY: : 0-ori: Mare: ::_ 1

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Toledo Ohio.
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A er Juno let, UiO.t: Ptt-In-Hay, Ohio. 4'r .

Part of South Frout, Hotel\ Victory, f.iolug Lake Erie-showlniNatatorlum ..

In fo..round. Open Season 4.

:2;; of 1903
I/ '
: M June 18th ',
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a 5',

4 t tl + s Why not spends to i '


E CULLKXS, ;. OWNERS:"/' : AND PROPRIETORS. t Ii Your SummerVacation -..;I.,
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HotelVictory ,
Opposite( postoffloe.[ Centrally looited... Thoroughly ropalied and refcovated. na ev :"w I

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . ? f; J
I A usual morning scene at the boat lioness. Hotel Victory guests starting l I

Terraced Walk to Lake. for a pln on the Bay I.. ,
(fates $2.50 per day and up. The Plaza; uad .1" I
rI -- I'._ .,. ,r.I.Vmn' ,,'".

I B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. HOCKLKOQU.Hotel \ 1'A 141\( I1KAC11 : I
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STMORELAND. HOTEL, West JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Indian River, ROCKLEDOE_ FLA. The Palms I WKSl": PALL: ur .\CII, KLA. .. ,\ tJlt 5 I I" ,

AND COTTAGES. OPEN JAN. 10TH A largo, home-like\ hotel, welll\ppolntetan.l bountifully located 1, giving the ,I
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and openI comforts. without the cost of the more expensive. on"... Situated on LAKE
JUST:: THE PLACE TO SPEND ,TilE WINTER.TIIE the Ho"all'olnol"II"" Ho, el.VMte waitresses.. Electric r'WOlrI'n
I I thU Fine and table. Hot and Cold WaterBaths opposite "
cooking good 1
( season. HOME OF T1IE O4 ANGE. Hells. Hood Fishing, Hunting and Jtuatlng. Rates2:!, fti.no: and, $3 par

Elevator, eto. Five minutes'' from any wharf or depot. All LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIONS Special, rates. by the week., THE PALMS, West. Palm Jleaclu it itS I
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street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.l O per day. / : : FOIL 500/) GUESTS. ----- - '


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HAMMANT & CO., Proprietors. A. L. MARHH: Manager. f : ut '
itel t St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ----- '. ,""u1

:;oo..oc.o.oc: ;;o..oc-.....SQQi:-- ...-c.-c. w Accommodates 00.)( Locftttd on Palm Beach l'. \
proper, betweeu the Ocean and Lake Worth. '
I Remodeled under new management.; Rooms en mite with private baths, Within minute' walk of the Palm Bench Hallway [, I I ,

I Mure sun exposure than auy hotel In St. Augustine./ Located on the Plaza. Plaza Hotel. Btatlon and Royal Pnlnclana Gardens.. Itates", f1r: y yr 1< _t "

M. D. MONTGOMERY, Owner and Propr. s $3.00 per day amt upwards. Suites with private' ,t :1" (\ ,

JHupBtig House, Saratoga Sprln .. I I INDIAN RIVER, Xl.ool3Lloca.KO.: F a.. baths extra. Booklet and weekly rates on appli :-,;: fk I' '
cation. Opens December iiOth. ,
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I "THE GREAT OJtANGE( GROVE W. ORMK.S;!: Manager. ; ,I d V!
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. r. ioe.w t
View Hotel J
an fIll 1
I t .. ____ __ __ ,
Overlooking the ocean. This house Is under the management/ of J. Richards,, t tt t A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of thefxmoa.Indian t .
from Ohio, and will remain open until May th. Everything home-like and River, In the.midst of sn 80-acre bearing/ orange !grove. Steam heat In THE HIBISCUS PALM BEACH, FLA. ,fl; ,$ /'
location conceded by 1 ; f"
RICHARDS. every room, suites with bath; filtered rainwater; I II UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. j
com.ortable._ American plan. J. I I everyone the host In (Rockledge; East. Coast hallway depot In the hotel i 1 Superbly, situated between the Atlantic Ocean and, Lake Worth. Excellent ." .
--- grounds. Oranges free to the guests.! Liberal management and rates. Table. Courteous Service. Home Comfort. Rates, tJ.rtl) per day and up. 11' ; ;
MAGNOLIA Accommodations for 20)<<). attached hotel. 1
wards. First-Class Restaurant
I II. PECK, Manager. ;
I ,
A. W. Proprietor t
.. Summer Honor" *-Th. New Arlington lintel I'etiMkvy, Mlrh. lARding re- :. .-, ? .
fart of the Oreitt Lake open| June to October.: g TEach l
Springs Hotel, (St. Johns River.) C3- .3 r. a 3 .S :: Club Cafe. .l

28 miles south of Jacksonville\ by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam. ; I
|rs Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heltt.> Elevator. Electrlo Lights. (Incorporated.I ) 1
: spring water. climate. No mosquitoes. %Voll-kept Golf course. New Hotel ROCKLEDOE, FLA. / '
Jure / Dry
Rockledge %
yennls, Fishing/ hooting. Two swimming"" pools and baths.. *...fM) per day INDIAN RIVER. Adjolnlng'grounds of Hotel Royal 1'olnclana, Palm Ueach, on the north. ( ,
pedal weekly rates. O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager.ENTEIIPIUSE f'

---- Situated In midst of full bearing: orange grove, overlooking; Indian River. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours: ,

Unexcelled hunting and fishing Casino, Ililliurds and Bowling. Livery. ,

I Steam Heat, and many suites with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by flrlto First-Class. Chef, Cuisine and Service. I i..

ENTERPRISE, FLA. class orchestra. R OCK HOUSE On Lake Monroe. January 20th. :prl."Va"tc: :DI.n.I.n.g: : : : :Jar1.ors .

II. R. SHARES; Proprietor.. Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number lit all .I' ; (
Tourists the East Coast can break journey here,
Mall ClvUe going Steamers to or on returning the picturesque from St Johns stop at Enterprise.Firstclass Summer Hotel: Vew Weir, Lake Winnipesaukee, N'. II. --- -- -. .. --- .. .. .,.....jUAl'J
for either casual visitors or families wishing to ]\ (.
accommodation - -- -- '. '
eojoy the beauties of the locality, and the very best hunting and fishing In MKKKITT, MerrittH island.Riverview .
Florida. A. !8.: DENISON.

SEABKEKZK.ie Hotel ON INDIAN RIVER, Remodeled and Eularged. Newly Furnished. Centrally Located. ;
MERRITf, FLORIDA.On E. A. FORUHELL:: Proprietor. ) ,
High Pine Laud. Health, comfort ami sport. No better Hunting It

OPEN.SEABREEZE and Fishing( in Florida." Sulphur: Swimming Bath. Fine Yachting.Now KKV WBs'r.The .
e Colonnades Open. E. f.. CRUSIU8 Proprietor. '

(Daytona) FLA.RATES.UNTIL -___-- _n-_ ._ _. .__ ___ -. -n_ --- -- pd
,JI:NSI:N'. Jefferson KEY WEST, FLA. S ;f

AL FRESCO HOTEL, Center of Pineapple Belt. JAS. I'. VINING, Manager. ,
\ fjCf UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: "..., Stopover allowed on all Havana tickets via P. A O. H. S. Co. .

CIIAS. A. CREIOHTON', Manager. .Che prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near ___ __.._ T "t
the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting./ Terms reasonable. Letter. and /
,3IEH SHARES Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. ISLAND CITY HOTEL KEY WEST, FLORIDA. ,
Proprietors. ,
JOHN S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor.

-. ... .- W. J. PALMER, MANAGER.
NEST I'ALM n.BACJIltVI nNJr.. I. New. Modern. First-class.. 'Bus meets all Steamer Rates, 13.00: pea day, '

I and upwards-Commercial Special.AL.TAMONTI. y ( n
ie e Clarendon Inn
SEABREEZE, FLA. I .- --- --
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HOTEL LaGRANGE LaGrange Columbia Hotel : SPRINGS ,.*;; ,

Direct Ocean Front and Park Avenue.ARVERNE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS: : a
FacIng the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new manage- fronting Lake Worth: The Altamonte HotelST ... ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA

men Best Northern rates by the week and for the season. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. BY THE SEA, L. I. and! ... '+
Service. Special Open from November until May. Moa( beautifully located complete .
Clarendon Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the Claren- Now Open for Guests. Grand Opening on Decoration Day. attractive hotel In Interior ]Florida Among the pines and. orange grove ..
Rate. very moderate Mend for booklet GEO. E. BATES, Prop.
d(n Inn, Seabreeze, Florida. E. L..POTI'EP., Prop.C. Mrs. Geo. C. LaGrange, Manager. Mrs. Geo. C. LaGrange, Manager.World's. Summer Resort : "The Grand," Mt. Vernon, N. II. r

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tacnl'a' a: JW .v AUGUSTINE.The .
On Tuesday last, the 17th, the mar., (Incorporated.) I Ir
of Mrs. Ursula Z. Ganiield, rlage 23,000.XXThis
: JEWEr.EH: AND SILVERSMITHS: : ,Rood: roads meeting at St. Augu., Mean, N. Y., and Commodore J. II. PAID UP CAPITAL *

3 41 Went Bay !:Street tlno-previously announced considerable In the ADV IIplrlt. Oillls, of DelhJ! N. Y., and Melbourr company ownsI.iAN17S have a full line it... aWe
CATK-cunie oIl with Beach, Fla., took place at the Eau Gall
JACKSONVILLE::: FLORIDA at $t. Augll tlneon Monday. About Hfdelegates residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stlclney. :: '
were present, and It is kald to set for 2:30: |p. Rock Bottom
stock in this section of count]). The wedding was On the St
Largest enthusiastic meeting the In the Indian Rivet Country;
bare been! a very and on the minute
a Kstabllshed\ in 18 called i I to I
catalogue.ISTAMHEOSER session was
Send for descriptive afternoon of Intimate
+ .. ; :with a party v .h
order by Senator MaoWllllamit, prec friends and connections of the family ai BlHoayue. Prices to suit the times. full stock of all kinds of Jewelry, Alarm Clocks,
dent of the Hoard of Trade, after whkthe rived at the Houston street landing Send for Land List. G'T
i" BUSCH,.. call was read by E. J. Seyraou The street wan decorated with flags and Watch Chains, Table Silverware, Eto.. Etc !
provisional secretary. John R. Walker, mottoes In welcome, and all Eau Uallle'. Offices at Titusvtlle and Miami, Fla.

Asso's chairman of the Commissioners of llr -. best citizens met Commodore as be G. L. MANDAVILLE,
al Brewing card county, was made temporary dial landed. A salute of 13 guns was tired
+ + man, and Mr. Seymour was elected ten WM in his honor. After a short walk up, East Coast Meat Market! Jeweler and Optician, Tltusvllle, Fla.

J Katnnus. "Bt.' I,,iulu Keg and Itluil << devoted aecretal'). The afternoon the Houston street, the happy party arrive
\ to uu exchange of views on : of E.W Htlckney, wher
{ the residence
Doer, question of /good roads, bow they sboul at the ceremony was performed by tile con G. F. DUREN, Agent. E. Ls 3.I Y' &, s Rp

',, Solil by Messrs. F. A. T-onloy and be built, and by whom. gregatlonal minister of Melbourne A
)' + Mollow, Titus villa,Kl.,. Mr. Albeit l.ewI18al ByK.K.Mr. of Florida possessed everything at 3:30: which was attended by all the --. AND ALL
1 R. L. Motlow Cocu..l'la. that could be desired except good bar tends of the bride in Eau Gallic, am conc GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, FOOD PRODDl

JOSEPH ZAP} surface roads, and that speedily I'equlremenshould as poem- many and hearty were the good wlshe -::> We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAP&; nH1'ILI: ] ]
be provided as pt
and congratulations.The =' We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade. >,' all co
ble.E. verandas of the SLickney real Grain and all Groceries, delivered at /mi, .
for prices on 'tatlol
J. Seymour stated that, from pet decorated wltl erg Write us "
Sole Agent. sonal observation, there was plenty of dence vines, were palms profusely and roses. The dining E. L. BRADY BRO., TITUSVlUKDealer { FLIas .

material all along the proposed road =a
and white
010 to ((120 West Bay Street room was green CD
to Miami, to bllldhal'll -=I
n From and the reception rooms with ferns, _. con !
roads !Such material as rock, coiilna beautiful tralllnf W. CARROLL
JACKSONVILLE, FLA, rotes and smilux, and ='
sholl Iron ore and tbe ,
] oyster vines and presented a most exquisite) ,
/ -- -- ---- necessary muck for the foundation. The breakfast t=3 In-

k 1 nn.. Xji. ZVIOTLOWtr C. II. Racey, of Waveland, Ilrevan and was pleasing served Immediately picture. after tbe ser TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.If .

1 vr county told of how road building cornmencudl vice to which only the Immediate friends, GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND YEGETABi
In his county, and of the grea ,
of the contracting( partloi
and relatives .
c L LP Lt benefit that was being derived fron were present. The dainty 'dishes and Crockery; Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Tour Patronage solicited!

what had been done. refreshments were under the Immedl .- FLORIDA
John '1'. Dismukes, president of tin of the chef of the Hole .
ate charge -------
said that he ---------
First National Bank, Granada, and were served In the bust ---1'-
was In favor of issuing bonds and build possible manner. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
and not leaving tin
lug good The procession to the launch after the
work to visitors. lIe Ball that po.terltywould reception watt attended by all pl'esentiand TITUSVILLE: ( FLA.. .
be well able to shoulder a portli shower of shoes, rice, congratulations .
with a in quantity-Sacked or 'loose. Special i .tteiij
burden to furnish Ice any
>n of the financial and best wshesthe happy. Is prepared
Senator:! Mann took the floor and dollveied couple steamed out in their beautiful paid sacking for Yachts or for family used Fair dealing Is mmotto..

an Interesting address lie told vetmel, the cabins of which were decorated T. T. WET rORE, Proprietor.
of what might be accomplished by using with various old shoes, bound lot
the State: convicts on the public toads, Southern home at Mell.JQnl'ueBMOh. -
lie said that he was In favor of union TXT"C'S'V"JLL.E: : : :: : LJ'V"EEL: : :: : yo ST.A.DL
the entire Indian war claims fund something -
more than W)0,00) <>, for building
State:: roads lie went further, and mild r'EKt AND SALE SAUDI* ilORsE
0.0Fine that the fund of *"XHOOO),( ( accumulated .
the sale of and overflowed! The annual March' picnic which wall IVUUul) h Kh
from swamp :
P Wines Beers ..
Liquors, ...STABLES.
the celebrated In honor of the com Smokeand
land should be used for same purr Friday Your House Goes up in
i 1 f Ales, Stout, Eto. pone; and, further still, that the revenue ing of the first lady, blre..lohn: U. Field, BAGGAGE 1'tREri.'(
EP"3end:; me your orders I From the hire of State: convicts should be to the Island SO years ago passed off you loose everythingit
used for road building until the present very successfully. The basket lunch Is your own fault.XFMro + and TURXOnSI
; i TITUSVir.LE: and COCOA; FLOUIDA. should feature ( the day and TRANSFER,
then the convicts ( prominent o
4 a louse expltus;i was a .
XrxsfULxrfkxxoo.nufliclenc : : : : ti
and maintaining The long tabled, under tile :
I. be used in building justly so. ..all kinil.
and moss-hung oaks, coveted to cover the value of the property IAVL.1XG> ,
1 VISIT The' mOllt'"ecullnr nod lutoreBt- ronds.The organization of the Bast Coast ,, with palms snowy linen, were laden with every and household effects should be car

Ing sight In Ameiloa . flood Roads League was perfected by delicacy the season could afford. Im ried. Rates are not high. The companies J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
I TilE FLORIDA the I adoption of constitution aDd bylaws mediately lifter dinner the sports began we represent are solvent, reliable and Ubsral. TITUSVILLEDack'of Grand View hotel.- FLORID
i and the election of the following and breathless Interest was taken in Claims are promptly adjusted.
each The small boys re/eled in I Don't neglect! to take out a policy.
jttlcers: game.
i'1' ,lsOstrich( Farm Co. Central league president, Albert Lewis diving Into the pan of flower for the SCIIim.ER A BKANNINO:: ,

if !St.: Augustine; first vice-president, J. money, one little fellow obtaining near. riTUSVlLLE, FLORIDA. Seeds For Summer Crops.
'1'\ Ulsmukes; secretary, E. Seymour; ly t'J. Next followed the cracker con- Invited.
;r asurer, U. U. Lamar, Jr. test which was entered by big, little, old Correspondence
i,1 r JACKSONVILLE. Vice-presidents of counties: Duval, and young. In this a little girl from

.V. A. Coachman, Jacksonville; St. Cocoa was victorious. The oook fighting ... INVENTION Millets Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte, 6Ui
Johns, J. E. Ingraham, tit. Augustine; was lather tame owing to tbe tact tweed clean
had been. running together liegga __ _________
/olusla, D. D. Rogers, Daytona; Urettni that the cooks
(. H. Kacey, Waveland; Dado, E.N. In a yard and a "fellow"-feeling CC1I.T :JE.A.i:
Dlmlck Palm lleaoh.Rxeoullve made them wondrous kind. The
committee: The officers three legged, wheelbatrow and running Recently Patented all Orer the World. \Vblppw, Clays, Wonderful, Black Unknown, .L dyfinger I I
looted serve a. inombuis of the exucu-: : races all followed In rapid succennlou, Clean Bright Stock: ; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, 35c |.er qt., Postpaid;

the committee, and, in addition, the and the clay pigeon: shooting\ and target peck; ft 25 bushel .
ullowlug: Duval, Harry .Maiion; St contest for Lbs beef were well par,run- Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides Garden IOO.B.: Fertilizers.L.

lobes, II. J. Kltcble; Volusia, J. y.etwll Ized. The greased pig chase was the The Walton. CAMERON, The Seed Store,
]) ,r; Brevaid, John U. Walker. ; delight of the ladles (V) and the Indispensable JACKSONVILLE, I FLA
).ode, Captain: II..E. bewail.: small bojB. The pig was 1 14- East Bay Street -
1 I Ijt caught, as usual, by ten Abbott.
r' '
1e' The turkey pull wan as popular as ever. Self-Locking Tackle Block
DR. H. D. BROWN DEAD. The head was carried away by Mr. N'lu-

---"'- bet t Mho was tiding for Mr. McDonald. YOUR EYES EXAMINED FRE
Dr. Ilarland P. Brown died at his late Refreshments wnresuivedou the groundsill Made in various shapes and sizes: of

esidence on Fairview avenue Wed nos- da} WOOD, m sand BUOXZE. Will
after six o'clock About three hundred were In attendance well with chain
Uy evening shortly work equally rope, or
I have line of Optical Goods DIdo
complete ,
half thai
The[ Immediate cause. of his death was on the picnic and over wire
: heart failure superinduced by paralysis number participated In the grand ball at rope. all kinds of Fitting of Eye Glasses
the club house In the evening. Will work at any height upside down, '
jt le leaves a wife and one daughter, the and Spectacles
: funeral clubroom most tastefully doc- horizontally at angle, and will
alter about six years old. Ills The was any Your Eyes Examined Fee. A Fit Guaranteed.
-:: ook place from the family residence at rated with Japanese lanterns aud huge itop and look a. any point.
:Music furnished by the G., 1.. MANDAVILLE Jeweler and
our o'clock Thursday afternoon and was Invaluable for every kind of 'business : Optician.
vas conducted by the Masonic\( fraternity icheatra from the New Rockledge hotel TITUhVILLE, FLA.
ol which the deceased was a bright Kockledge.: The entire day was a where block is needed, frequently savng -
:Nearly atxi itli ""tlti Mrtli standing, 8 to to test of the word of -- -- -
l ( ind exalted member.Dr. inccess In the fullest sense the labor one man or more.
Lj i, neat high: ,welhliit KVH.| onlrlclios| am to 4tHI pitting> t"ntlll and "baby."h.ostricbeslust Mulch Brown was stricken with paraly- and each ann everyone betook themselves Nothing like it for hanging or stretch-

3 Ii bnlK.linil. alII about a year ago In Detroit, Mich., to their respective homes firmly resolved wires. E. C. JOHNSON' .
tlnlde..aoort vtattors thtonitli the fnrm.ex chile on a visit to that city. He was never to miss a "Match Flcnlo" at Indlanola. ng .
I9 plaining. all .about the birds, their nests habits, Address all communications to the
plus'ago,eta.I o'l; the most popular and successful ____________
physicians 'in Daytona, and prior to his
I atlllotlon\ had a large and lucrative prac- MONEY IN IRISH POTATOES. Walton Self-Locking Block Co, Groceries and Fresh Meats

E. Hull Lice He located In Daytona in 181)7) {
Vesey coming here from Melbourne, Fla., Anyone who doubts that there Is money (Incorporated)
where lie bad resided seven years. In farming in Florida should visit Hastings Office and Warproom, 401 Atlantic Ave of all kinds.

Dr. Drown was bron In Detroit, Mich., any time before the middle of-May, Near Rowe's Wharf Elevated Station. .
Boatbuil'der November Ki, 1SU7.'! Ills father, Isaac and the growing crops of IrIsh potatoes
E. Drown, was professor of physiologyIn there would prove a convincing argu- BOSTON, MASS. Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

the Detroit Medical College: from ment, aay. the St. A nltulltlne oOrl"e..pond. --
QKOKOIANA FLA. which institution Dr. Brown was graduated ent of the Times-Unton. The acreage In Sample Blocks can he seen i\t the An- Mall Orders Receive Prompt; Attention.

In 188: t. After graduating he acted much larger this year than Iasi; the VOCATK office, TltiiHvHIe.Jaa. \ S'Lb
)& I build a special launch hull :20.! feet by as his father's tstilfttiint until 1SHO) when stand is about the same, and the crops OOOC.. l. .

,A 6\ feet 8 Inches beam, heiut white oak he came to Florida, locating Mel have successfully passed through the ,
II. :Macneal rre Jaa. E.Tate,V.l'resuvinuuixiis
yf frame cyprellllllanklnjl. copper fasten bourne. most critical period. A little short of
,(t, P' 'r, ed, pine decks, bent curbing, lookers under Since:! removing to *, Dr. one hundred men are growing Irish po ____aib !
: > a'l Heats. Inside finished In varnish Brown has been twice signally honoredby tatoes there. The acreage is in the Special Attention
for |l2.: Complete with :a i )H. P. engine, our citizens, having been elected neighborhood of 1,700. The yield Is estimated l' '
1. all ready to, run. Price, $:htb. mayor In 1MM and re-elected: In I 11)00. in conservatively at'forty barrels to 1jimi :

? 18ln, he was appointed Assistant Surgeon the acre, and the average price at the { \ :
: of the Florida !State Troops, with station should he .1.50: ( per barrel. GIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS' FOR-

Hodgson Bros. the tank of captain. Should these figures/ be realized the 'u.l." 41p' \ Glassvrar
Dr. Brown was a Mason, a Knight crop will bring In a revenue of $2.I:{$,OOO. Hardware, Tinware Crockery,
Templar, a Knight of Pythias, a member I In some cases the yield will exceed forty ( ) (
A EAr OAU.IE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. of the Florida. Medical Association, barrels to the acre, and some of the potatoes )) ,
Harness and Stoves.
and of the Florida Hallway Surgeons. will bring more than 'i.QO: per ... -
ti;. Marine Railway. Daytona Gazette-News.WALTON'S barrel, but there is always a small percentage /, '
d General Merchants and 8 Ship Chandlers.! of seconds, or small potatoes, \ L.. "rj1 00-Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders PromP'j

TACKLE BLOCK. that do not bring so much. This acreage <&' >
..Special Facilities.. and prospective yield applies only to *" Jas. Pritchiard & Son-
j Fur Ilauliug Out, Storing and Repuliing' the territory of Hastings. There are 3ggpr
a Yesterday's Jacksonville Times-Union other places in the county where the :
+ Yachts and Launches. referred to the Walton Self-Locking land Is about the same, and the /growers Postof ice Box 212,
Mention: the AnvfMiATR: when writing Tackle Block as follows:: have excellent stands, but Hastings The '-t. >* >eat And mot iliirAhlM for roof
One of the Interesting things to ben the principal potato growing section In of all klniU boiler,mnolieotacln, brlilge. ironwork 'J'it"\lS"Vi F'lorida''
eto. Anyone can apply It. One cut nuf- -
hb In Titusvllle la a patent self-locking the county.We lichen;. Ready. mlxe To musicians.'f tACkle' block Invented by Capt J. O. would like to know If the Hastings proof. Pt 1'8,leaks. Used. all over this State for
Walton late associate editor of the EAST pant fifteen yenni. Send for circular. Price In
land' better Irish
Is for growing
It any potatoes barrel,no cent per gallon t half barrel,M ct*.i;
,1 A baritone horn fur sale, nearly new; COAST ADVOCATE, and brother of Chan.H. than the Turnbull hammock land, ten and rlvK..llnn pkun, all! cent Send osier Peninsular? and Occidental Steamship Comps
911.1 cone 12.1.00( ; will sell for *1:J.OO. Can be Walton, editor and proprietor. It north of Titusvlile. S Florida Hantware. ''.... Jacksonville, ; Knight
was examined In the ADTOOATK office bya 5' Wail c" TaIUI'] Kennedy H rilwara Co..
t Keen tt the store of and Is ralatka; Mclrer &: MiMkay," tralit;.tree. H. Ker- -United States Vast Mall Rou&811l'or-
J. It. WALKKR & Co., Times-Union correspondent, certainly mat Sanford; 8. F. Travis' Co., .MJO ;; Fla. MIAMI'1J
r TttusTllle Fla. an excellent device for hoisting THE TURPENTINE FARM. rtOR3JSix KITY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES, VIA PORT TAMl'A ASP
} and lowering" Anything weight, from ropowid nailing In effect u shown below. Subject to change and poatponement wlttoul
to tun. This block which The Florida East Coast Railway Company MIAMI I
8 1903.
LINKr-Comtuenolng March -
3 Laud For Sale. locks automatically, is 1 patented all over baa just built a neat looking station MundaysFrblay..bman: Lv. Miami Ar 8A0ani.WeIneeday, .:::ado'.., '
''r' the world, and Is looked upon by experts on the turpentine farm a few miles ue. )''sSaturdays.<.... ... 6:00am: Ar HavaanaLv 12:000000.... ..Tuesdays
1 1 tt d tlrst-clasn laud as one of the best devices of Its kind ever south of Titusvllle. It is called Deles- MIAMI-KEY WEST-LINK... Commencing Leaving Miami March 3 1003

_ desirable 17" acre front on St. Lucle pineapple river, at a, Invented. The Walton Self-Locking pine and Is on the old Spanish grant Tuar.ThanSat' ..... .... ..... 8:30: am Ly Miami Ar 8:30 pm.... Wed.,,:el. Pd:!,
known the Tues.ThunSwt. ... ,
as Delesplne
bargain. For reasonable terms write Block Company wan recently organizedby !grant.D. Mot Quantity. Rest la Quality. TASirAlKKY $: DI Ar KeWell'L"1.00 am. PtIRTf
Captain Walton In Now Hampshire, W. Monroe A Co. have erected ORT : WESTlHAVANA LINR: -Coin Dea.2ll11l0'J.-Lea..lnl) ,
I 'd W. \V.Tlbbals LUCK, Fla.v" with a capital stock of $100, their still, and have alreatSy shipped several 'DPI TID'S: ann .T1aa.. ,ThU". .. ....H!.,0pm I.T Port Tamps Ar iaopm.. Wet''.Tbiif-fd"5lpm ,
ffhure carloads of and resin Mon Wed"Fri.,.., ..... ) Ar West Jin1'Ii3pm hr'y
Key' Lv10:30pm.
1 of which Is being sold at par. U turpentine Moo: Wad: Frl....... ... ( Lv Ar .. Ji8:00a Tt ..
NEWSPAPERS For Sale a big demand for those blocks in the from their place. They have about sixty Cream Vermifuge Tiw.. Tliur ....... .. ........ : n. Ar. KerWeiiC Havana. Lv UOO::1O..m.:: M. Tl' wl Tnui.s2
: OLD States but or seventy convicts working for them.
New England as soon as possible MIAMI-NASaAU: LL -Cnmtnenclng Fel.ruary. P50! > ,
'4, Cheap, at this oflice.tJT an agent for Floilda will be appointed TOR 0 TEARS J T,1.:: .. Fri... ..... .0.. 800pm: Lr Miami Ar 1:30.: m.. .. .. r ri e'''
i' In Jck onvllle. The inventor ('....'t. Houseboat For Sale or Kent. Sat...... ...... :JOam Ar Nassau Lv .:00 p m. .. ., Tau'
Filter tube are now for sale at Walton, Is well known all over Florida ; Has Led all WORM Remedies. Commencing March 30, 1'srl. Fd.a

4 this office, price 25ct; postage extra. e especially! Jacksonville, and as the device A new, :i."ift. cruiser houseboat, now EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.SOLD 1'0100' W... .. .. .. I1Pm! L' Miami Ar 630am.: w, a.
Jh Is really Florida; Invention, much ID commission. Address,, BY ALt- DIIUCCISTS. TaeeThur ,.. : in Ar Nassau. L.r KWpm.: .. u,
I !M ;.r Reading notice ads. on this page Interest' centered iu It. The main of- Geo. K. Row, resrsrKDcv. 1 Above. hOUF ?. ...il! .DOth Merl.llan: Standard Time except, that shown for A,N ae'iseesu
are live oeuU per line per week. !lice of the company; are In Boston. :2t Daytona, Fla. JAMES r. BALLARD ST. LOUIS. .d other Information apply to any Railroad Ticket yo.CHAS.
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