East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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March 27, 1903
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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CAL NEWS -Mr. O. K. Wood of Stuart was i a DOWN TO DATE YOUNG ME ''S VELVET CREAM\ EVERY DAY ATJ. -The dance given last evening by; AMONG THE HOTELS.

) ,. pleasant caller at this office on :Monday straw hats Just received. John. R, R. Walker & Go's. Prof. Wolf was quite a success. -

Topics of General h te..est. SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI\ \ MANager Walker. -The County Clerk's new brick offlctIs NECKWEAR. The latest In stylo for '
of Cutler estate If you want tc -Rev. W N. Clmmloln and wife of being rapidly pushed forward. gentlemen at J. R. Walker & CD'S. The ADVOOATK la on file every week ) l lat
buy choice bits of real estate. LaGrange returned home Monday the American Club, Havana. J
THE ADVOCATE f' -Pineapple oftor to men with small -Mr. Wada II. Jones left here, Tuesday -
li 1.110 per annum, in advance. -Mr.\ Jas. Holmes one of Jcnsen'i from a visit to Daytona. capital. Look sharply, for W. W. Luoo'i for DeLanil to spend couple of The ADVOCATK i la now on file at all J'l l
months h prominent pineapple LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JARDI- ad the best hotels In New York city. .
it.OO six: growers; was a on page S. L.OO to foreign countries.Ln passenger on Saturday's north bourn nlers. Beautiful 730 to $2.2.1:\ "
: patterns
per an. -Miss Catherine Sams, of Conrtouay !!KIT We cannot guarantee to publlsr Whore to stop in Titusvllle See Tituavlllo
train, en route to his summer place each. John R. Walker & Co.
you subscribe for the ADVO- has been n !truest of Mrs. P. E. Puckett Items that do not reach, this olllce before hotel ad on our 7th page. I
near Va.
1 by the year, It does not cost >ou -Mrs. R. M. Mason and little son, oi In North Titusvtlle, this week. noon on TbursdayeFather Where to stop along the East Coast. i

d I cents per week postage Included.Ite AGENTS WANTED. Eitliorsex. Dig, Sanford, joined Dr. Mason at the Indian FURNITURE t FURNITURE I I We O'Boyle was! a passenger oniIIonday' See list of hotel on page* 4 and 7. ,
date of expiration printed npon line of new specialties, offering large River hotel on Saturday last,
: week. This returns. Quick sellers Catalogue and lead the leaders. Write or calL on in southbound! train, en route Visitors to Jacksonville\ are advised tostop
Spnpei or wrapper every No needs circulars free. Address, Lewes Rae ORLANDO r.A'TNDRY-Basket leaves for prices J. R. Walker & Co. from Daytona to RockledgeMr. at those hotels whose ads are on
ioceipt for your money.
Carruthers' Barber f
|s send receipt for'subscription, Novelty Co., Dinsmore Fla.Seabreeze Shop every Tuesday -:Mr.! W. D. Stark of Jacksonvilletraveling \ ,. and Mrs W. II. Hauls' of Tib our 7th page ,
morning-Jeff Agent
date< gives I It to you. has been a busy place this Carruthers passenger ngentof; the Atlantic bate, passed through here, yesterday en Mr. J. (1. Bait, superintendent of the, 1 ,,;
U EAST COAST ADVOOATK is on week between the Press Association and, -Mr. James If. Phillips, state manager Coast Line was a pleasant caller at thliollloe route to Hot :Springer N. C. Canaveral, Club returned toTltusvlllo on \ I

t' he the following news,-etands, at five auto/noble races; and the Hotel Col of the Chattanooga/ Medicine Co.., yesterday afternoon. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME A :Saturday: last, and Is again In chargu of ,

per copy onnades and Clarendon Inn have been was a caller at this office on Tuesday. CALL AT F. M.\ 'fAY LOR'S 1'HOTO Grove Pineapple Plantation or Vegetn- the Indian River hotel, of which he U t.. t

tUKvlllo--. R. Wilson & Son. doing a flourishing business NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY graphic, (HI I cry, Tltutvlllo, and Ice table Farm see E. A. Waddell MlamlMessrs. \ .'* the lessee : 'I t(

'kKonvltle-Duval hotel. Spring and Slimmer Dress (Goods ate his samples of Photographs. Flashlights If want a fine piece of hotel + l '
2Sr TO GLoniiNo AND DRY fleo, M. Robblns, F. A. Morgan you prop.
II News stand depot GOODS l\IEltCIIANT8-For pies embroideries, ribbons, millinery! by appointment at any tine and Prod A. Losloy loft here, yoster-/ erty cheap road the ad. on our second

Kent, a Fine, Corner Brick eto. Get our prices. John R. Walker Always something' new hay to attend the Commaudoiy,) at Day pnne. This Is a snap for some hotel man

Reading notice ads. are'ten cents Htore In Titusvllle. the county & Oo., Tituavllle.Mr. -Mr. Jerome. Twicholl, of Kansas tuna who wants a !good location on the East 1

|me on this page. town of Brevard, on Indian J. G. Bennett and sister, Miss City, who has boon. upending! the wlnteiHt -:Mrs. S. H. Saunders, a prominent Coast of Florida-one of the greatest -n

IMrs. M, S Jones, Jr., of Quay, has River. Suitable for clothing Bennett who have been at Rockledgefor ) Stuart, stopped over here from .Satur! resident of Ruxton, ha* been a guest ol winter resorts In the south j

\ spending a few days in town. gents; furnishings, dry goods, some time, passed through Tltunvllle day l1ntll11ondosnd then left" for bin the Indian River hotel a AND etc. ,Rare chance for a good on Wednesday, en route to their home northern home. The ADVOCATE follows week. doing a nourishing tourist business and ;i' '
GOOD FRESH GROCERIES up-to-date business man on on West Hind! street. New York. We lust night the hotel was fairly crowded ,
Izetables at the lowest prices, try -Mr. and Yfrs. C. S. Beadle, of SaultSt. -Contractor P. J. Hall has returned "
' the East Coast. Immediate to them here next winter.
hope see : Naturally the Manager !Mr Chas. A. r
I. Goldsmith Titusvllle. Marie, Mich who have rented Capt from PaUtka! where lie went to get a
E. possession. Full particulars -Mr. J. A Collins hits purchased Mr. J. O. Walton's horse expect to leave, large smokestack which will bo used by CrelRhton I I. going around with a merry. ,II I
|Mr A. A. Coburn, one of our Wor- <>f Geo. Dl.\ Robbing Titusvllle Chas. S. Schuyler's residence near the here today In Major F. M\ Taylor'i the Florida Extract Work at Tituavllle.Mrs. twinkle In his eye. A large number of ',t'
\r subscribers who had been on a arr FlaMrs the !guests attended the ball at Neat YIng'
F. E. C. Railway station on Julia street yacht, for a cruise to Palm Beach and
I to Palm Beach with his wife, have J. C Denham of Augusta, Oa., It tea tine piece of property and we Miami. They may be away fortnight J. O. Gerry and daughter and Casino last night and they seemedto ::' i ;
\Miss :Shacfller who have the winter
this week. spent have enjoyed the dance Immensely, '
j in Daytona joined her husband here on Monday. congratulate Mr. Collins upon the securing or so. In Rookledge to leave for ?.Ji. : 'y
D Tf AND VEGETABLE LANDSr They have had their furniture shipped of so nice a home for his family.Mr. During squall on Indian River on their home at Rockaway Beach, N. Y Mrs. O. Hi Voss who has been house j ,...A'c I

gale Improved and unimproved here and have rented the Scobie cot Wra M. Brown, president of ,Wednesday, Fred Nauman'a boat capsized tomorrow' keeper of the Indian River hotel- Tituavllle r

Ends. Prices to suit all parlies. Call tage on Hopkins street Like her hue the Bank t>t Bay Blscayne, returned to turning: everything Into the river. this winter, joined her husband at .
|write. E. A. Waddell Miami Fla. s band, Mrs. Denham IS quite musical and his Titusvllle home from Miami, on Fortunately the occupants escaped by -On last Saturday the Baptist Sunday Enterprise on Saturday last On Wednesday I \ II.I. I

has become a member of the Indian River Saturday and the first part of the week climbing upon the upturned boat, which School at LaGrange, held their annual Mr. and Mr*. Voss stayed over f
have ;
-Misses Aline and Daisy Brady Band, a flourishing Tltusville organ he was dividing his time between the drifted Into shallow water Some of the picnic In Ives' Park The usual crowd here a couple of hours, en route to Went I t fl
timed home after a lengthened; and ization In which Capt. and Mrs. James Florida Extract Works and his orange goods, however were lost. attended, and the day was one of pleasure Palm Beach to take charge of the LoGnvngeHemlnole -
(iant visit to Miami and Fort Pierce. Pritchard take much Interest. By-the- throughout,: hotel for the summer.
with Miami and its grove; then be hied himself off to Miami Mr. E. J. A. Drennen and Ever
son, b
were delighted
it has been to us .
y way gently whispered They have many friends here who will
of Etna
-Mr. alul Mrs. T. A bmalles
tillable residents. ett, who had been on a trip to Palm ti
that Mrs Prltehard has been unanimously again.Mr. again welcome them In at some 1 t ,
and Mrs. Wm. A. Warnock, Mrs. Reach and Miami returned to Titusvllle Green Indiana who have been on a t
member of the band. Mr., ,
who has beenSt. l elected a future time, ,, f
Wade II. Jones will '
j-Mr. Indian River
and Mrs. Denham at the Indian River A. A. Degrauw, Mr. and Mrs. Wllletts, on Tuesday. Mr;Drennen Is one of the pleasant 1
Lucie for some time past re- are Y. leave here, Sunday for home. The ADVOOATK On t after f
lie will hotel but will to housekeeping on prominent residents of Jamaica N. owners of the famous Dummltt orange Wednesday next April '
bed to town on Saturday. go been the and be and follow. the Magnolia hotel ,
who have spending season at strove, near the Haulover breakfast / Springs I
the first of April. ,
i leave for Tallahassee, to take }his their winter home at ElUora, have returned his son left for that place this week. -Mr. L. W':. Halle left here Sunday Magnolia Springs, Fla.:. under the popu I. s ,j

be as a member of the House of Rep. -The Duke and Duchess of Manchester to their northern home Mr. and Mrs. -Dr. Hirwood Huntington of New for: Grant, where he went to take chargeof her management of Mr. O D. Soavey, e >>

ntatlve8 with Mr. E. Zlmmeiman, of Cincinnati WfllettH and Mrs. Degrauw leaving last \Mr. Gen. W. Sooble'i fish business will close after a prosperous season. Mr. I'
has been his time this
[Ex-Senator and Mrs. A. S. Manno In hia prlvato car, passed through Monday, and Mr. and Mr*. Warnock goIng York winter, between dividing Hotel Ponce de Leon, while .(leo. W. Hooble: jr., Is ,visiting hl. Honvey Is a hotel 1 manager. of considerable I ,I '
been the guests of Senator and Tltusville, Mondiy, en route to St. Augustine yesterday.We Hotel Ormond Oimond mother In Titusvllle. i ) note and the numerous northeru .. ; .
where they will\ atop for a few tit Anguollne; ;; reader of the ADVOCATE 'will be glad to 't
E, N. Dliuick at their beautiful ; f
front home of the Dlmlck's for alie. days. From St. Augustine they go to acknowledge receipt of the following and his orange trove at Lyratta. He -.Mr. M. S. Sams, of Courtenay ha I learn he will again be In charge of the ,
i : -'Mr. Chas II.. Walton, Tltusville paid Tltiisvlllo a visit yesterday and gave been visit to this \
ailing Daytona
Bon Air, Cincinnati and New York, enjoying( a lemons Hotel Asptnwall Lenox Mas
Interest.n ,
Senator greatly
:Mann The (Hoard of Trustees and Faculty call. He luwn In his
the roads movement of this for England the first week in April. : us a pleasant came week but lie will return to Tltusvlllo! today tile coming summer. '
good two months In this country, of Rollins College request the honorof 81111 bOla t. to attend the Mavonlo! banquet at
e, and a most energetic worker in They spent the of Hotel Ormond Ormond under the I ,
k field. and they as well all Mr. Zimmerman your presence at Inauguration -The Rose ll\rle.lo command of Joo. the Indian River hotel tonight (Friday). t,
William Fremont Blackman. Ph. D., as able and popular managementof Messes .'
(the father of the Duchess), are delighted / :M. Lntlln which Is soon to moot Mesurs.Chas. nrTh": ADVOCATB has opened a '
President of the College on Thursday Anderson & Price, still has a large number
-Ir. John II. Qulnlan special agent with: Palm Beach, as it had attractions F. Nothing and W, J. Hizlewood, I Icorne. '
hundredand branch ollloe at 404 Atlautto avenue, III .
of and the I I. "Still "
the second of April nineteen guests they
|he Northwestern Mutual Life Insure what. cry l
and charms far beyond they of New York Miami will leave Tltus)
at Boston Mass. and literature of the East I
three at half three and eight For some weeks tourist have 1'
who had been trip to be past
e on a expected. It Is hoped this will not vine\ to day. Capt. Laflin hits engaged of Florida will bedlstrlbuted there / 'I "
o'clock at the College. The favor of a had some difficulty In getting room at .r 1
Sana northnd and : 1 'S
was among Saturday's their last visit here by any means, Captain\> S. Martin and his launch to tow hotel whose ads are In I
route to his home reply Is requested, addressed to the Hec- from managers the Ormond but were accommodated at :ii,,I'(I 'J"
passengers, en that they will next time bring little Lady tile Rose Marie to Miami. The objectof this will be remembered and contracts ; "'"
of Rollins College Winter Park. paper, various houses within a radius of a mile '
Is retary ,
aIntl .
N. Mr. this "
J-ewburgh Y. Qulnlan
who has been most popular the Is
Mary, trip tarpon. for advertising; will be made by and the Coquina hotel on the beach hadto s j I
of Mr John Aspinwall, formerly "season." By the time we !get that new Among those who passed through Claude C. Walton .,' '
-Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. &; A. our representative, be opened to give tourists. place to 'i '
'au and "
Gallie. hotel built In Titusville the Duke Tltusville on Monday were the Earl and M., will have special work to attend ton at 401 Atlantic avenue Boston. sleep The Ormond-which I Is one of 1( 'I'4k f ,

J-Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman of Duchess will bo prepared to pay Titus Countess of Radnor, the Countess of their Lodge-room at the Indian River -Miss Annie W. Armstrong, corresponding the: most( popular resort hotels on the 'I'
Jrcester Mass. left Daytona Saturfor ville a visit. Lathom and Major Wlngneld, of the full East Coast has. had banner 1, >t
Guards which Hotel this (Friday) evening and a secretary of W. M U.. auxiliaryto certainly a ,.
Famous Coldstream are ,
!bt: Augustine to spend a few -Prof. James Oresham, chemist, phil London., attendance of members I Is requested. S.: B. C.; and Miss J, L. Spa ding, cor- season. Ormond with It. admirable r I
stationed In In
i*. From the Ancient City they left osopher and story teller, drifted Into the eneially conversation The Cocoa. Masonic Lodge! has been In. responding secretary of the W. M. U, of road, bicycle path, golf links, surf .' II ;I
1 their home in the above named city, Florida House last night bin favorite with Radnor nn ADVOCATE said had) representative been vited and the Masons will have a ban. Florida, expects, to arrive In Tlttisrlllo on lathing, fishing I eto'L I la a deIghtful ,;4 Itv ,I IlI

t will return to the East Coast in Sep- abode while here, and left for Port Orange Earl they Miami and enjoying quet In the dining-room of the Indian the 2li8: train Saturday afternoon, March and attractive pace. The plcturenqiia -
the winter at
Jiberor October. They report a de- ; on the noon train to-day. In many Beach and their to River hotel. 2Sth: and will hold mooting at the Bap- ) Tomoka river, upon which the ,
Bitfiil time while down hereawayIn to Palm were on way Princes lions make I la also '11I\\"
ways the professor is a mystery even St. Aug istlne but would soon return to -We acknowledge receipt of the following tint. church as soon as the train arrive. trip,
| Ice and snow. friends. Brooklyn New" York, ODe> of the feature of Ormond affording
his closest All the ladle and children are cordially
their respective homes In England. Theyare Invitation from Mr. W. It. Peters .. .
-A big real estate deal has been made which has known him BO well now knows a right jovial party and made many a well-known resident of Dnyton "The Invited to attend this meeting. .ourUti splendid opportunities for seeing .
his Lures and Penates alligator and various plume birds The 1
wean Me "rs. U. A. Worley and II. L. him no more firmly, as established In Florida. friends while on the East Coast. Social Committee of Halifax River Yacht HHOE4- I SIIOKH!: 1 I A LARGE!: line In Ormond Oilman In the way of an exchange: ; of are now Club requests the presence of the company transit All kind.. All prices JohnR. '
down his house patronized by young and old from all I ,,
He has not only brought lit
parties at Miami Mr. Worley trad- but he of Mr. Chas. II. Walton and ladlesto Walker: Co., Titusvllle. of the United? State. Whether
hold goods, his wife and family t his residence on the boulevard and : a Scramble Dance at Keating' Casino itJ
that Is a mystery to are going north or couth do not fall ; ,
tone back haw built a factory you 1 \
of Mrs. Quar- Tbur March twenty-sixth If'I.tal
occupied by fi\yevenlnll': ,
he Intends to do yet to. atop off at Ormond. Hotel Ormond.
the native What Tract of Land for Sale.
man, for the Hoffman home at Buena nineteen hundred and three at eight JIg
| remains to be seen but It Is certain that New embroideries, laces ginghamseto. ; this season Include-Mr, i,. II. t tllinglsam
>ta, The made ain o'clock. Admission only curd. Present "
on by
excbaDje'was "something' doing" else the fan Nat nsook, worth lOc, special+0. chlet room clerk; Mr. CharlesJavlM
there is << "
of 14,000 valuation for the Hoi!- baskets eto. Medallion this at door. The Casino was I offer for sale the Thomas Fitch '
dye candy
machinery would not Easter egg cashier; Miss Gardner, assistant '
and Its costly 111
in place and $10,000 for the Worley be tory there. This much may: be told however embroidery fine quality, 15c. eautlfully\ decorated, and there were Grant In Voluiln county Fla.. near Or- cashier; Mr. W. 1:1.: Kenney mall; clerk .

fixes,I the difference of $4,000 being that when the (factory once started Ladles' muttlios, special, gowns and several hundred present at the ball momi, on the Halifax River, designated; Mr. Hny Harwell alglltcleriC; Min Kennedy 4,. f

If. Mr. Worley will build an elegant not heretofore dreamedof ,skirts GOc, drawers 19 and 30c. on the map of publlo survey a* See. 42, at.nograprier, ; Miss. Mary M. Fal- ',;: h
uience I' this summer and with his fam- possibilities 13 8. Range 32 Ea*', containing '
elsewhere will be dev l- To IniveatorM. Township' vey, superintendent of the telegraph demrtment. 'Ii" I.,
l will make their future home there, In Florida Just or watch out-The Reo4d.Is C. A. GAJiDifBB, Tltusville, Tla. 587 Mange .; and Sec 3', Township All the employee. at Hotel I "" i I '

fore they will\ have one of the finest oped.It brick are going; to make out of With ten year. successful pineapple 14 S., iU: East, containing Jrmond are white; and the dining-room "I '

f'pertlos in the county.-Miami Me- sand and cement you Friend Gresham Umbrella Lost. growing which hat paid 25; per cent net ;J.'CI.VHO.: : ; acres, and together embracing ha HM obliging and good-looking a setof ,' ,,,I

Ipolls. profit we Invite capitol to co-operate Inn :JfMM! : :'M acre.. Till tract of land I III an waitresses a* could be found at any i I I Iflrstol"

Silk umbrella, crooked handle silver the development of one hundred old Spanish grant, which was cultivated ( ". northern resort. Mr.' A. J. "- a''" I '

Wagons for Sale. Waitresses Wanted.<< tipped with monogram J. T. Leave acre. Best of references I given(I and a In cotton and sugar before the Indianwar "Fitzgerald I the head waiter; Mr. Wit"I""t I
of 1HJA, and has since boon unoccu lard Ilarnwell and Mr. Carl
with Jerome Feaster or O. F. Duren, Titusvllle thorough Investigation "
I White waitresoos wanted. All year HABUBB linos. pled. It has a frontage of four mile, oMlatanta. I I
now have oa hand a large stock of and receive reward, or express to : : ..
ich tire and 3-Inch tire one-horse wag round situation. Address Jerome Twlchell. 213! and VM:! West 3rd Imo, Jensen Brevard Co., Fla. lacing east on the west aid of Halifax r
P. BEWAN, River, and within a mile or *o of the At- 4: I
s that be street Kansas City Mo. Hotel La Cala.
can dellreied at once. Fla. ,
Hotel La Casa,Orlando antlo ocean \ open to the Invigorating ,. i
R. E. MIMS, JaTitusville., Winter Home for Sale lea breeze which form so Important a id

Fla. Home Wanted. feature of health In this climate. The Newly furnished, clean, comfortable. ) ,
Land For Sale. A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 Halifax: River I Is here a half mile wide Centrally located and up-to-date. The t

Tax Notice. -the Hanson Grant, Correspondence solicited with north acres, small 3,room cottage 200 orange and the bluff along the margin of the beat tourist hotel In Orlando. Rates, t4
12.000 acres of with Florida ern party owning winter home In Florida and grapefruit tree, LSD bearing; O.OOO river Is sufficiently elevated to always Insure to '2.r.0. Special per week.

The tax books for State and County fronilnjl; St. Lucia running River through; it. desiring a first claws tenant during pineapples, under good, cypress shed; a dry soil for residences. and cultivation. .Address, CAPT. P. BICWAN,

the year IWJ! : win' close April 1,190.1:;, East Coast Railroad their absence, Address, Japan persimmon. mangoes, guavas' An open pine forest of second Orlando, Fl*.
I order of the A choice property.C. '"Caretaker" and other fruit. Good water, protection. growth pine covers nearly all the northern e
Comptroller .
E. W. HALL Jacksonville\ Fla. Care ADVOOATK, 1 Andre, Box 6,' portion of the tract, and a considerable To Grove Owners and Others ", '
Georgians, Fla. of hammock the southerly 1
Tas<< ollector Brevard Fla. 4t Titusvllle Fla. ,
portion. On the west<<' side of the tract

Horses for Sale. Notice of Drawing tile Jury. 'low* the Tomoka River, a deep has utl- Orange grower' ,thoroughly experienced
For Sale. A Goo<< Investment.The fill' stream a favorite resort of the 10 raining orange and other fruit, also '

If want some good, gentle workor The Judge of the County Court and fishermen\ and picnic parties from 'egetablen all kind, desire Immed. "f '

The best combination pineapple,orange saddle you horses, now" I. the time to buy Walton Self-Locking Block Co., the Sheriff of Brevard County, Florida, the Ormond and Daytona Hotels, navigable late employment. Competent> to take I
1 d,1 vegetable property on the lower them. season Is nearly over Boston, just capitalized for $100,000.00)( will meet with the Clerk of the Circuit for every description of 'vessels entire charge or will accept work oa I 'i e

f st Coast Will pay handsome Income and these horses will be disposed of very las a few more shares for sale at par- Court, at the Ierk'* office In Tltiisvllle and a safe anchorage. For winter homes. either grove or farm.Addreo "II." ,

1 'rear, For particular. address cheap. For particulars, '/IteI .(;W' the share. Patents on this block are Brevard County, Florida, on Monday these land possess very great advantages Tituavllle*. Fla. .11
WILL L. FHAJTTZ, onto secured all over the wOrldr and at present the 6th day of April, A. D. 100.1) at 111 ; high, healthy and accessible, care ADVOCATE, j

Ankona, Brevard Co., Fla. New Smyrna, Fla. they are being in the New o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of drawing< ring In the region of orange grove and I
England states, but will soon branch out the jury to serve at the Spring Term of I aemt-troplcal fruit. The vicinity of For Hale Cheap. : .'
and Orange Land. Into other states. The profits will be Circuit Court In and for Brevard county the Hotels at the favorite tourist resorts -
Uockledge Indian JUver, Pineapple -' large, so now Is your time to Invest, before Florida which said Court will convene of Ormond and Daytona will furnish a '
land on all the share are sold on the 27th day of April, A. D. lisp: be- I' refined society. The East Coast Railway Th Flannery place, at IfauloverCanal 'v. ,
(Ins anc of Choice pineapple and orange The I leading from Jacksonville and St. 31 acre of land and a hous*. Fine loca- j
the most attractive and beat Waveland and Sew- From 15 to 2tt per cent Interest per lag the fourth Monday thereof. ''i
luJijatoi> along the East Coast of peninsular, between both the Indian annum Is promised by this company mbllo will take notice and to governed Augustine to Palm Beach and Miami 'lon for aClub-houw; ;2.0UO feet water-
3' \**' You can find everything youJ71 all'. Point, fronting on beautiful A sample block may be seen at the accordingly. Witness my band and theseal passes. through the southern portion of front on the Lagoon, also fronting on .r

i at this store. All kinds of fine gro- St. Lucie inLt. Sold in 5 sad ADVOCATE office, Titusvllle, Fla. I of the Circuit Court this the 2<>lh be tract, which embrace a beautiful the Canal. Excellent fishing) and hunt-
l and western meatt.I Gilbert'' Dar three-room cot- Full particulars of day of March, A. D. 1003. hammock' growth suitable for orange ng. Also 10 acre of fine hammock landat i m)

Particular attention paid to the needs 10 acre low. Also new' CAPT, J. O. WALTOJC, [[Ct. Ct. Heal.] A. A. STEWART, pawing. Enquire of, Shlloh.! Apply to t
fiachtamen and cralilng parties. Cage to rent Apply to 404, Atlantic Ave., Clerk Circuit Court, Brevtrd Co., FI. Joii.t AHDKHWO, jft'l K. J. W nn, 'I 1 I

Gr.o. N. HATCH, Prop. C. U. RjiCfr Waveland, Fla. Boston, MM*. By O. A. STEWAnr: I>. C. tf Ormond, 10 la. bpi Tltusvilla, Fla.

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i,i 2GOOD I F<>:R. S,4.LE.

tlon decreased in thrifty agrIcultural
over 20 per cent In Illlno Free Medical
counties ..
with Seven Cottages
fR Indiana, Michigan New York and otb- Hotel a ," d.1 ld

2 IIQa er states on account of baa roads" Acres of La.nd.
w e of the road will probab Women
' Qt The route Advice to ,
'y c lie from New York up tile Hudson rlv. ,
er to a point yet to be decided upo i'ir\ \,.' -:--- --.
4r(4T ,
( either Nyack Newburg or KIngsto: .
t whei '" ..
to Blnghamton.
From there
r, ho of tbe
flourishing branch
sT there Is a
'ds3 to Kim Ira. to Owe o, to
W"> .association;
II 1 Corning, to Ilornellsvllle, to Jume

I town to Conneuut, to Cleveland them ANt
I Ia through I'errysburg to Chicago, prob '

I bly by WilY of the old relay road.

: : ; '
So Sweet and lousing In Tot% Dedcr ( ?o
Mrs C. Peterson, 023 Lake St., Topek, ,
Kan., speaking of Billiard'8 llorehour
Syrup, says. : "It has never failed to g\\ve ; 1 ? 4 '
and of all cough I'em'
entire satisfaction, .
adios It Is my favorite, and I must con- ) : ';..
will, dQ + aw'
fens! to my many friends that it \ 0\
and has done, what Is claimed for It-to I
{ speedily cure a cough or a cold; and It III .. I IIr
HO sweet, and so pleasing! In taste." 20; C -
50 and $1 bottles at Wilson's drug stor, i

w Dark and Oooa Culture.It .
requires" twenty-eight days to F ; al ,r s

THE PROPOSED HIGHWAY FROM NEW batch both goose and duck eggs./ Duck 2i

j. YOflK TO CHICAGO. should be kept shut up over night In ? -< Located at 8ARNO, three quarers of a mile Youth of EAU GALME!!: nOR:'

laying season, as they lay very early lithe DA, on the Eau Onllle River, let.s than half a mile from the Indian River, andu"!
to them In the '
$ flmn at Amnoi'lMloii OrurnnlMul morning. Keep: pen
their and a half' miles from the Ocean. The property is two hundred miles south,<
w Dalltl H-Cost. rind l\nntu rio until they have deposited eggs:/ 'eJfricfti
'a Sacli a H .J_SU-oiiw Arifumrntm li If permitted to have their liberty, they Jacksonville, on tbe Florida, East Const Railway,,with toe Railroad Matloni

Favor of It. sometimes drop thelr'eggs/ In the grass joining the property. BiiildinRn/ erected In 1S1H) and some of them have

r d' A boulevard between New York an<3 or lu the water, which then cannot be been occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their ,"mpletlo

free ouj clear through aU found. On the other hand, geese will A fbe; hotel was opened for abont two months,prior to the owie, '*. 'Ioathan!
Chicago, seek a nesting/ place in buildings or;: ft erected in the iubsta'imanner
of the haw lontf b'c1COil.. has not been uH since. All].the buildings were moat
seasons year around stacks of straw. The eurlj;
condition. The hotel and
toniplutvd. HuKi mi uvoiiuu, slmdvtj broods. of ducklings and goslingi and are now In excellent cottars m ""IOIIlel) <

a 'With treys, lins boon" \ the drenui of goof should be hatched under liens. Aftei .. ""' ly: fllrDl bcd, and very little of the furniture him ever been used 'I huiaarehrl

! roads promoters. The first real step; they are hatched keep them .In a small Every sick sad ailing woman, artesian wells* twenty cisterns connoted, with sewer etc.

d toward the culmination of UIFHO hopes I yard in which you have placed a coop Every young girl who suffers monthly, The property cost the original owner i8OOJ und will be suit) u t 18icrlllw|

? war taken recently when the New for shelter. They do much better 1i If) Every woman who Is approaching maternity, The above cur fnlily represents the proper ty. .

York and Cblcugu Hoiid association this is done for about two weeks thai Every woman who feels that life Is a burden For particulars apply to mlthoas,

i was organized. Men with money arc It allowed,their liberty. See to it that health without success. EXRA F. HATCH. D. L. (HAU.U( )<;S, WM A. WAUNOt: ( K
to regain
they have plenty of water while (eat Every woman who has tried all other means ,
i interested lit the venture. Caretaker) on premises, Attoiney for Owner, Agent fin uwnor
often, four or five critical time -the change of
Feed them that
Thli road would reduce the distancebetween Ing. Every woman who Is going through Eau Onllle, Kloilda. Titusville, Kl.v. ,liiniiticu" X,'pw
New York and Chicago from times a day, when,young. Keep: young cr Is Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., In regard to her trouble and
and ducks from puddling
D87\) to 850: miles, says the riilludelphiuI geese swimming In cold water. They should the most expert advice telling exactly how to obtain a CURE will be sent absolutely

p ,,". Fully 400 miles are good rouds. not be allowed on ponds until the dowr free of cost.

There aro many strctchc'shlrh are In bus changed, and even then it is not

r bud condition. Tliu links of road.. necessary they should have a pond The one thing that qualifies a person to give advice on any subject

1I. Which uiiiHt bo Improved and constructed When hatched, feed nothing for twenty exjierieiice creates knowledge.
will bo turned over to localauthorities. hours. Their llrst: food should con' such
female ills
with nor
has wide au experience
I slat of breadcrumbs soaked In milk Xo other person so

t John It. Uhle of New York, president Hard boiled eggs" mixed with cooked a record of success as Mrs. Pinkham has had.

of the Highway alliance, In vice president corniueal Is excellent for a few days, Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each ,year. Some
It of tho new nnaoclatlunn In an interview which feed they- will for twenty
after anything poraonallyothers by mail. And this has been going on years,
r recently Mr. L'hlo Bald: "It oat. It is conceded by those who have ;
Will take a great deal I of time, but bit had the experience that ducks andgorse day after day, and day after day.

i 'L by bit the neccHHiiry energy will bring are more easily raised than Any Twenty years of constant success-think of the knowledge thus

the results.Vo expect to meet with kind of poultry and are quite as profit gained t Surely women are wine in seeking advice from a woman with

I r Iowa setbacks. If tho local authorities nble. It is Indeed surprising that 80 such an experience, especially when it is free.Dirs. .
} refuse to be beueCted. by the proposed many poultry raisers are without these
highway, we will auk the legislature to profitable birds as an addition to theIr Hayes, of Boston, wrote to Mrs.' Plnklmm when she was! r, y

compel tbetii to build the roads. It will business.. -J. It. Itrabrazon in Farm In front( trouble. Her letter .shown the result. There lire actually

cent about $5,000 a mile to build a and Itanch.ITourlHtV., thousands of Much letters In Mrs.' IMnklmm's possos.slon. .
j j macadam roo 11. For a road wide LYMAN GYMNASIUM one of the seven ROF.UNS COLT-KOK buildings,thlrtfj
enough for two wagons the cost will be DttAB Mils. l'INKIIA..MII have been under doctors', treatment for female feet above Lake Vlrvinlit'" ( ne of a chuiii of mile 'local lakes In lilgtt
double. A single road will be the main: Attention. troubles for some time but without any relief. They now tell me I have a and bviiiirifiil. Winter P...ik )
While visiting Florida, we' ask that you fibroid tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain, and the soreness extendsup Tvio Physical DIJ ector for (}>mna"lum. Best Florida/ lolf Links, Fine Cycllifl!
f object. lo not tall to buy a bottle of Comfort, my spine. I have bearing!! down pains both back and front. My abdomenIs mid Boating ICOLLKGE
"Almost one-half of the rond along" he; wonderful kidney, bladder and then swollen, I cannot wear my clothes with any comfort. Womb is dreadfully PKKrARATOKYSI100t. ( |
n ( the 000 mile of the proposed route, nazism remedy. For sale by all drug swollen; and I have had flowing spells for three years. My appetite is not MimUi, School. TiATTTMO tI 8 I I ImV. :?ch.s.a. ..f, fci'-ciitloD; ,
j t Mid Mr. Uhlp, "Is In good condition. tints.. U. It. Wilson & lion, agents aTitusville. good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time. School \ 1 B I | I"ch."I..r D..n..1I1 imlAit
i r I Much of It has been macadamized, but "The symptoms of Fibroid! Tumor given in your little book accurately Business! S'liiMi. V .J. lllllllKUllIlML,
.i I tbeie macadamized strips are not con. describe mv case, so I write to you for advice."-Mus.: E. F. HATES, 253

t tinuous. Later, as tratttc Increases In the Fruit World.A Dudley t't. (Boston. ), Roxbury, Mass. TtCIII" Its' i O'T"K UEOIN 'IMT S 1 1. IMKI.\ : Bookleli

t k u It la certain to Increase, and additional flue new shipping/ plum deep gold- DeAn Mits. PINKIIAM :- I wrote to you describing my symptoms, and Twenty' PiofuRH Hlofi' i InHtn rtor-t Send D.for President.l'ndrrs..r Catilotfntand.
outlay will appear) Justifiable, en yellow with crimson lush is reported asked advice. You replied, and I followed all your direction carefullyfor Wll.UYM F. BLACKMAN, ,
your ), 1H03
Yale 181)\ )
I at ,
t all It surely will, with the expenditure from Luther Iturbunk. several months, and to-dav I am it well tvomiin. ( WIN; I ll'U I-.UJK, FhLIleve [
t COLl.Ki-K.I "; -
u of $10,000 more on each mile the roud Better grading of apples was urged The use of Lydia I:. iMnkltam't Vegetable Compound to'lethe"with ROLLINS
$ cnn bo widened and placed In Ideal it the meeting! of the National AppleIitlppers' your advice, carefully followed, entirely expelled the tumor, and strengthened -- .. -----------.- -- -- - -. -- -
eoudltlon.f the whole system. I can walk miles now.
# t' "Aside from tbe road's commercial I association "Your Vegetable( Compound U worth five dollars! a drop. I advise all Taber's Trees
Mr. O. O. Husman. an authority on female trouble to write for
It will be a big object lesson to women who are afflicted with tumors, or any you
value tuch matters. Is convinced that Florida advice, ..lIon.R'lve\ it a faithful trial."- MKS. K. F. HAYES, 252 Dudley bt.
I feel
+ other parts of country. certain
'j :nn grow a One table grape for the (Boston), Uoxbury, Mass tlnlltv. >1..llrU8 r"' nameVI'I" > -
that if tbe rood were built It HU i nvlnl.i., ) repiitnituu 1"1'11..1111& ""blll-I..II. |
would be a surprise to the people the early markets.. Dirs. IIn3'cM will gladly answer! any and all letters that may be Ini, ,i'1'nn' nsulerstioim'' to the planter.' Among "ur tl h 'u" mls >f 8atllrlCUlllun"I.III" veclhyhot..n '
Michigan's apple crop Is only "fair I Uhi \(1 lhiiiic'' Governnieur, for wlmm, we' ate nio\ltnu
would result for Piiikhain
benefits that and how Mrs.
many adclrt"MIlef.l to her asking about her Illness! 'XleD,1 l"Oichaid
) I according to the secretary of the State ci'intuf 'tioih Hi nursery and oioliind. Our twenty velUM
I authoritiesIn
classes. The local
a, many Horticultural society. helped lier.$5000FORFEIT. aid lNmiti I ''\ t xl'el'lt bee Is at jour service. Fruit tieen, bhado trees,gate
other parts could not but recognizethe
I success of the project and the profits Wlckdon plum shows up well among W w.. ..mnnot forthwith produce ohrl..1l1lelter and .lg..ltt".1 and Uinninuijtiti Kieivjhi 1'.ep" nd. Caialottue tied
he late kinds. & which will prove. Its nl>M>.lut.. ""....h'.-...-... 1'\UEHI'IWPHlETUlt,
the Investment and would ; .... GLEN SAINT :MARY NURSERIES, H. L.
r paid on ..)'.11.. 1::. l..k"1..111.: .* Co., Lynn :M Fluridr.
r follow our example. Black knot may be held in check by Glen Saint:::\ Maiy. .

"Tbou a11l1s upon thousands of dollars cutting! out diseased branches In win --_- -

are expended on roads. every year, der.
to but the result Is not appreciated be- The number of olive trees la Califor.ila The Best is Found the Cheapest. Utiloial Supply Uouse of The lllinoU Fisherman's Asaooiatiuu

9 i it'"d cause each community looks after the Is estimated at 2.fOO,000.Uirhine ) ) .

"d roadways lu Its particular locality mid The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
thinks of no other; contiuiiiioiitly for a

Y distance of n few miles perhaps out UNITEDPineapple

:t fr, 4 of a prosperous town the traveler Telling
'up finds good roads and then ho comes to

I / 'the boundary of that commissioner's. d lees. not take into consideration the one
psi! Jurisdiction uud Unds the roads almost SHentiul to woman's. b"ppine88-wom-
I Imllll KnlJle. The people would like to lily health. There is many a woman ofI CQo
see some road that commences somewhere ",those future seems absolutely uncloudedvho
I' I' and gore somewhere, is oiiirked by her' own condition for
') iit "Retter schooling for the children of uture disappointment and distress. :I
farmers would be another result of The woman who ,
t her health
a 1' better roads. At present many country neglects
i folk are unable to send boys and girls Is neglecting the t: : '

.1 41 U to school, especially lu rainy weather, aU very good foundation fortune.of FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlption

y'; + because of the condition of the roads.If For without health ) f Dealers In Seine 1 1..lne.. Maitre ('ora1, Rope, Ktc. ,

travel were easier, the little coun- ove loses its lustre WRAPS Originators Wholesale Prices direct to- the Fishermen IUWf \)1..nrlnn .
try schoolhouses would not have to be I nul gold is but 79-8l-8.: K.; Indiana. ,_ Clii<'''U"'

scattered along every mile of the road i dro s. ... ''.. The ADVOCATK. In ,your leUer... _

k but thoy could be consolidated, better I Womanly health AssClatim .
am Members of the FUliarmen's _
be retained oregained
facilities could be had, better teachers nay
*i ,4 employed, and the results would be bet- use of Tierce's the Arc the 35est. Ask your Neighhor. -
t ter. The farmer would ttnd another CC'
I favorite Frescrip- I27
benefit in the greater frequency of the ion. It establishes

t i rural free delivery of walls." egulurity dries I We Make Them in all Colors. ",.. anew. B..y ,!it., JACKSONVILLE. PLA
r' In speaking of the project recently he drains which
1 another member of the association veaken women,
t said: teals inflamraa-
"We have in America 2I OO miles of ion and ulcera- 4A
rannU The estimated cost of these is ion and cures fe- For Tomatoes try a FULL FULL
tale weakness. It
$ I t $17dN:! >vIsa( ). Of this $52.00OOOO Is the nakes weak Lf
p wornn -
It cost of the Erie canal alone, and the sick //f ,. ,
strong, EXPRESS
I120.00O.OOO:! was spent for the remaining voiiieu well. ,fel I fXPRrSS (
twenty-nine waterwaysA bill Is Sick women are invited to consult Dr. .UNITED D Vegetable Paper. : PaEPAIo

now pending' for the appropriation of Pierce by letter fret. All correspondence .. ,. PRfP IO o o7N.

$: .OOOOOO more fur the Erie canal In meld as strictly private and sacredly -u '
3SS'J- confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce J $$1.
1804 the total cuuul tonnage was $ .
Buffalo, N. V. One trial will malfo :you our customer AZO .
COO, but It has been decreasing yearly
i "1 have taken nix bottle*of Dr, Pierce'* Favor
since then. Thin tonnage comparedwith it. reacriplum.."write Mi a M Kyfr. of OrilU.tltncoe t.
rs If dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Tapers write to
the annual railroad tonnage la Co., l>nt rk>, ".ncl two bottles of the :your ... lla"v 6QtS
Ple..antl'elleta'as .IvNed for congmtion _
f1 innignifIcant.,: o f utrnut, o.nrim, ana you: w..n.... aal can ..'.Iy . I4r\! I'I
Every' pound of this. railroad tonnage ..T thnt your nteiliciur hu been the rnrnu of UNITED: PAPER, CO.,
.MtoritiK netc' goal hralth which 1 had .i Sf
n in. ?
!r 'I bus been hauled over a rOil,I. tot hurt for over three :yean, until taking your I Doz ;. .
What greater argument do you want ",neiticln I thank yon very, much for your kind iOUTHERX OFFICE, ATLANTA, GA. -g c 'I .
md r t
h b" for rood roads Governor Campbellf prompt .
favorite has the ti- '
DfllVtRfO y
Ohio said, The farms in Ohio have nony of thousands of women to its complete the fOR J J2 k ilccreased lu market value $220,000,000)la ) cure of womanly disease Do not Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all

4)1 # : tea years owing to bad roads. Governor accept an unknown and unproved ratwti- $"22.9' $90..9
I 1 Stanley: of Kansas saUI The :ute in its place.
Li )' a 'M t of Kansas lost $53,000.000 In Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet. clear the News of the East Coast every week I

&Y! .1c1II bad toad' rooula- iompltxion and swectea the breath. Agents for, the Pabst Brewing, Co.


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: I -- EAST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 27. 1903. 3 1 ,J', I Irofessional

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Garcia.IEO. Notice. I '

V I Women as Well as Men V :

ROBBINS, \TfltIe. I. h."y gIven l that the '' The Orlitlnator. Who fmrm It l>f>** the
> IlKheit b. |l..w will lie \prflwntwl't. 1 ,. the H"anl. setting out an orchard keep) together Are Made Miserable by '
of 1-ubho InMriictlnu , with connecting park of till trees of the name variety.Good Work, Tells Plow t 0 Make it. I,
TTORSEY AND COUNSELOR a .Jlee"<1 ."...1.,... cor the BcmrU. to la held at <110> acres subdivided, bimlvrtnl by beautiful E. A. :McNcar of :\II'II'OH"la"II.: .,
TIIIII.\"I1I.. 'lnrhla g.irilen soil Is good for pot Kidney Trouble. ,
un Uis Uth day of April,A.D. lake gOon baas Hailing bunt h tuse Rends. Poultry Keeper plmiu of a liriMHl-
AT-LAW. 111"3.The plants. Init Cull be Improved by the addltlon -
unilerxlirneU q.iaKfleil elector billiards, pool bowling, tennis golflinks of er which Is his own Idea and which ltN .

practice In State and United States I a tax on real or nfmoiml. Ir.Pt.ry' | nun' are that *twy",. spring of pure water (identical leaf mold. he claims will raise every chick put Kidney trouble the mind discourages '
preys upon
U-nt" In the Mil> aivlHlou or with Poland Weak roRcbuKbes .often lx madeto ,
Hruvnr SO
I ) h. tuny
county bo- pumped by engine,
Cl>urt. low.lusrri l>..d, Petitionour / Into It. It ran tx mmlo any length and lessens ambition; beauty vigor
U..llorabl.lIorly to p.boi ler lauiidryMJO)( feet b.v them occasional '
piazza,spring grow giving an
order an election ti> be held in the territory partitioned off antI the chicks cnn <> and cheerfulness soon ,
FLA. : house KIn ;;;;
Office herein ilmprlliiiil. to ileterinlin, whether: anil $2,000 steam pump !gaa watering with liquid manure. dlaappeuwhenthekld- ,
iiliMllvlBK.ii, of the county Khali becomo. throughout ohnpel with seats KM( and out of the skies Instead of the
a MI"'I. One with small fruits
advantage Is
.1) tAX ipluml UUtrlct for th.. vnriHuw or levying en<1. neys are out of order
GAULDEN ami ciollecclntc: a tllHtrlrt' iichiHil hou8t'/ completely furnished stable SOX that they bo nmile to furnish or diseased
L. % tax, for the ex.: / cnn n
Take box :3 feet 1 foot wide
CIIlOh'.IIM" of puhlio free iirliiMils. within vate car track to station. .Price, n long, "V
tho trouble has
said diatrIt .cud l to elBnt three $23,000() including supply long before trees come Into bear and feet round hole In ) .: Kidney
person to be furniture bouts VI'I I 16 ileep. Cut n P'-a become
f' ATTOR EY-AT-LAW. School Tru.leeii of said iHstrlct, anil to autlinrU hides horses lug. ;; so prevalent
tho Rum of throe tnllla, car and car shed, perfectrepair FIICU end six or eight indies in circum thatitisnotuncomnmon
ill In all the Courts of the State I levl.I &"m" the property within uinxlmum saul tax. to be one of th, lovllewt spots in Flor- In planting a border don't plant everything I ferencenccordlug ta lie size of the for a child to be born t .

oricla practice and the United States Courts. ml.forlh I 101"htl>io..t tax two tllntrlct yeur* after the .. dlRtrlcti hilL Price, $2.1,000:\ part cash. In rows. A row of hollyhocks : : ; afflicted with weak kld-
rr the
TITCSVILLE FLA. of iiubl 10 mihoolit. therein." tine PEAK ORCHARD. At Green Cove for Instance. Isn't half ns attractive its neys. I lithe( child urinates I

U I nox.3II.. : '{lie ImiinilniloNof, the proponed Special Tax Springs, 20 acres, 1,000 I ainviulment Bohool Dintrli't by the to Hoard l lie. an of follows. ....bject to heifer pears' sold l.noo) bushels last the outline. urlno scalds the flesh or If. when the child

j. before! orilBrlug the elOLtlon,1'uhlio us la permitted Instruction by I1I-ason. cottage of 4 rooms piaz/.as on With! pot plants In a general too roaches an age when It should be able to .
law: three nidt'9,8urrouii" with pine trees. way control the passage it Is yet afflicted with .,
ATTOR EY-AT-LAW, follows All that part of {Count le.crll>eil\ as Barn, carriage house and granary. little water la better than too) luuch. bed-wetting depend. upon It. the cause of I
: Coininnnolnir. at the Northwest " I nor o 1' Heotlim 2. grape arbors -
In the Courts of the 7th Township 32 South Range) -
Lit.111|]i practice for non-resident Kant:. run thence Kant t07 Atlantic Ocean. thence over 1.OO:! feet. Price only :$1,100), wore vuslly remedied thnu yellow step should be towards the treatment of
Taxes accounts pnld collected. I scmlh line of...n.titrly ftlfiflg>:the Ocenn head, to the north *;iN( ) cash. Apply to H. W. Hancock leaves the result of being! kept too these Important organs. This unpleasant V V

[ rents and precinct'lownnhlp.14 line o( I'ractnct, tlmnre No.we 12.t In to Iniiiau the present Klver owner, Abbey hotel. St. Augilstine or wet. trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
SyILLK, -' FLORIDA. ibonco northwesterly' i In said" River to point, of to Chapin's Farm Agency Boston. I In preparing pots for plants the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
beginning( ;. Including all iHlands In nalrt River most people suppose.
within the boundary lines of freolnut No. 1 1, "THE2 memo one of the beat' I pieces of l broken pots or crock PENNEY Also, at tim known ", in the vicinity of St. as well as men are made miserable -
D. oonuuimUiiK Northwest! cornorof groves bottom should never be omitted an
Huotlou lit, rowtiKhlp 31 south, Kiinice 3B Kant. Augustine beautifully located on King with kidney and bladder trouble V I
run thence east to Uuniie linn between Ranges street, within 15 minutes walk from without proper drainage the soil becomes and both need the same great remedy. ,
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW 3Tan.l an. titmice south on said Range line to the and Tha mild and .
Hour, plants languish the Immediate effect of ,
north line ofTowimhip ::111. thence east. on nald 1 Ponce de Leon hotel, about 4 acres land :MR. M'NRAB'H rnoonnn!: j' -
,R USVILLE, FLORIDA.. Townnhlp linn to lUnitu; line h"tweon I Iand ltanl3K; with orange trees and rare llowering the leaves become yellowish. Bto\eplpo. I una' eight Inch common Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is, sold '
311, thence south: on said Uaiiico line to plants and shrubs 110115,? by druggists. In fifty. ,
t : 2-story ft high
In all the courts of the 7th north line of Township 37, thonce., east Oil salt ; tin! llii)1tile same ns they use on a and
cent dollar
1 practice A Good i
line rooms, double piazzas stable ot Thing.German
Tuwnnhip, to llnnne line between Ranges 40 ; good furnace to heat a houmThe cover "
Judicial Circuit. 1.11."I.\ thence north on sakl lianire line to size, carriage house, ete.Vas valued Syrup Is the special sizes. You may have a[

southunot. and bottom cnn bo on hinges so they "i' p
corner of Bectton 12. iWsouth. sample bottle by mall .
Township at $12,1)00) () a few price now of Dr.A lloschee celebrated \
years ago; a German >
Range 40) east thence west
tosoutliwext bo
:f FROST corner ot said Huutlon II, thmusu,, north to northwest *:2r>oo(); $300: ( cash balance $:JOO()( a year. physician and is acknowledged to can let down or lifted up and free also pamphlet tell- name. of s___
A. corner of Section 1 I.. Township H6 south, /5 per.cent Interest. be one/ (,j the most fortunate discoveries cleaned i two minutes. Ing all about It. Including many of the ,
Range: 40 east, thence thousands of testimonial letters received
en t to the Atlaiitlo Ocean. The.pipes should have two cltiows.
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, thence southeaMtetly along: the Ocean Roach. to FUUNI HED SEASHORE Cottage, In medicine. It quickly cures. coughs, from sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmer
south line or county thence west to Range linn near surf bathing and excellent fishing, colds and all lung troubles of the severest The ono at the buck ,aliouldvturu down writing
ill practice In all the Courts: of the 7th between lUn "a J4 ami 35. thence north on said fronting Light House avenue. 2storyhous nature removing_ It does, the cause. of and the one at tho other end. pboulil U Co., pinghamton N. Y., be sure and
Range line t ..f mention this
tt Judicial Circuit. point lwgiiiiiing. double piazzas, f) rooms, which( the nlloction and leaving the pnrts In n turn up so there can be a cover to It. paper. tjI
IrrisviLLE FLORIDA. Alton W. I. O.V. alone cost :$2f>00, stable 2 lots land strong and healthy condition. It Is not with two or three small holes punchedIn 4 Ir'i'' V
s Maker H. Backus, .1. C.Karker Price $1.200: with furniture; $100( cash an experimental medicine but has stood the cover so as not to waste too
Mvrrt. 1 \V.Coon J. \4''. balance t2 per much licnt. I burner oil I
<<: [REDBRICK A. MORGAN, DrawiU.A. 1. lawsuit.", L. H.Froilrli "HAXHAKA HALL," upon which every case, which ltd rapidly inoreanlngoale stove. Tills stove will heat a brooderten ;
Hflwnnls, W. I). 'knon. I'. 1. Baron de Bara much every season confirms. >Two million
Abstracts of Title. 're.lrlck.o'i.V.' I..,., krauts X W. expended money. bottloHRoM! ann nally. lioMcheo'sClaimantSyrup or twelve feet long. 111
I Importing mansion grounds
lulus .1. : rol"t-cll. K.: .
E.\T. ESTATE AND INSURANCE Hair, Ii. A. Holmes, H. A.Hardoe corner lot on King street,. i in perfect was Inrroiluceil In the United States '"
Haiuor. A. K. W. R.Holmes. repair. Price only *4.0:; (>; t,0nn) 'ash. In 18><8, and Is now sold In every town( Children's Coughs: and Colds.!
I Hake it. I). .) Jutne and vlllnco in the civilized world. Throe
1' Loans Notary Public. Hull II. F. Hull. J. W.. Apply to owner, Kev Martin\ Hancox[ doses will relieve Mrs. JooMoOrath|: !m: E. 1st St., lluthinson. -
llnrrtdV. H. HII'I....... .v. >r.Harrla. .-It. Augustine. any ordinary cough. V : Kan writes: "I have given hlitl.lard' I
flections Typewriting
Stenography. ,.
Price 23 and 75ots.T .
IIarrl. .J. A. J.f"'IsHardee. 'I If
H.irrls. (2li..,. M. "l\A\ <1XOLIA. the attractive residence ,. Syrup to my children ,
TITUSVILLK FLA. .Jenkln..J. 1'. .loiies' ,.1. K. on King street with iron fence for coughs amt colds for the past four '
Jennluu: : ; lit 'i""ll's: and Boy Fountain. Nearly opposite It In if No ChCn.e. years anti fltliitthe best medicine I ever ,

IA. FROST. WADE II. JONES. I..I.lIurneau.Kemp. W. HMntter. I...... J. M. Sansnru Hall. A gem of a house.: Price "Do( you IUCIID to say thAt t you don't u.ed.. Unlike many cough: syrups It f

K. Mo.lor..J. "-. only $2,800< not Imlff-ost; f8/<)K() cash.A want a railway through Crimson 3ontaini,,:no opium but will euotho and
FROST & JONES, Miller JohnMurray Munch. <1. H. WELL ESTABLISHED and profItable Gulch?" naked the aatoulslicil sur hen) any :disease of the throat or lungs .
J. C. Morgan! J. M .':'11
Moore C. S. Mccarty, C.T. Florida business, building in veyor. quicker than any other! remedy. :'Mo.! (it llo

|EAt ESTATE AND INSURANCE, l'a.ltfitt.T.: 8.Poiipell. Pranir. 11'. C. good repair double store postottloe "That's exactly what I mean to( say. and $1 at II. K. Wilson .Son's.
Loans and Collectlon8.TITUSVILLE I'arker, H.II' L.C. Potneroy Had Kelt,,Jaji.Win.J. etc. Buyer would probably be appointed young feller." unsu-ercd llroncbo Dob. l l"it.

Kluoit. It. R. Reams C.JRaulerson postmaster; hall above rented to "CnetuMvlllc", gota railroad didn't It? TAX ASSESSORS NOTICE. '

FLORIDA. Resins, W. N. H.H. church good clean stock at cost or appraisal And they hiidn't It two weeks before a Vl' ,'h' I
RaulurMou, W. H. -
Swats J. M.Rugger Sw..I.Raulmon. ., T. M.Haecer Jno.. ; also a small store building couple of lut-n won half the money In I will be at the following place for the Miss Ida. M. Snyder r
which always rents well. Few minutes .
A. K. O. A. e' the
EO. A. cold feet took the train and '
WORLEY Hlintenuk E.J. Horenson J. walk from Ponce de Leon Hotel. Priceof camp got purpose of Assessing Taxes for the Itrooklyn, KM: End Art Club. \ k 1 P P'I
Stewart H. C. fk-hultz, H.J. real estate : cash. was "gone forever and e\"or. Crimson year 10O3.Ktuart : 1// \
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "n"Ion. W. C. Tancre. W. M. $3,800, part Gulch ain't fukln' sut-U clmnces." Monday March a.inl..lansnn If women would pay more attention to 4
: ,
any I
Wulf.W.F. Wal..r..J.T.We8tflel GREAT SACRIFICE. Dr. Lindsey .' Tuesday anil %Wednesday, \\/4, 15.Aiikma. their health wa would have more happy
ineral! practice in State and Federal 1'ourts. All business entrusted will Winter,.! H. I!.. L. "Oriole Villa" of the most charming *'<>rr Pierce Monday anil Tuesday, :SO, 81. would obicrv multi would find 1'
Walker K.V. 4t-apr3 one thty
White ) '
City, Wmmesilay, April 1st.
receive prompt attention. I St. Augustine/ residences, formerly of Colds and Grip. rortOriini, Friday! ". aril.Ouay that the doctors prescription* do net I 4

Ineral! Counsel for the Tuttle. Estate Notice. valued at$7,600/ -now I perfect repair, The greatest danger from colds and // Mon 'ia', April" nth. perform tht many cures they are flvca (,4 4 g,. f

Miami. not a dollar to expend-the same is now grip Is their resulting In pneumonia. If Narrows Hehiutlan. Woilmw.lay.TuMilay 0 8th.Orant Ttb.. credit for. ,,' t I

MIAMI, ..FLORIO.TEPIIEY .'\.. offered for $2,700; $SOO) cash, balance reasonable care I Is used, however, and Friday, >. loth.Malabar. "'lit consultlnc! with my drugilut! he ad. ,
CONCERNED: TAKE: NflTICK THAT :$100() a Yt'ar-the( caretaker now pays Chamberlain' Cough Remedy taken all Batiinlay' April, 11th. vlied McElrci's Vine of Cardui .nd Thed. 7 I
ALL ... f. Hrown. as Sheriff and ex-ontoto / Melboiirna, Tuesday anil Weilnemlay", M, t5. ford'l Black-Onught. and I took It and I \
E. FOSTER, Ailmlnlsrrator thekatateofj.C.!: Prink I 9 per cent on the price with taxes and danger will be avoided. Among the tens itatI; iallle, Thtirailay .. Hlth.lianyan to ill 4"
deceased has tiled his su Kestlnn In writing ofthe will be glad to remain until you of thousand who have used this remedy Friday. .. 17th. have every .reiion to thank. him for a new 1
A TTOI NEY--AT-LA Insolvency of the estate of said ( ...etl1'hurelorua l. care to occupy?) Undoubtedly the best for these disease'* wo have yet to learn 'f""lIie. Monday and Tuesday, April !80, 81.Hhlloh Ufa opened up to me with ....o.d health, If I
I lur.on> Imvlnir, clil'in. against:. sal.luue bargain ever offered here.' Imposingtwo resulted In Thursilay. .". and It only took three months to cur me." ;':
> "'0 hereby ruqimed. to appear\ and tile of a (tingle case having pneumonia lover, "rllla,. 34th. j '
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. them. propurly authnntlcitted In tu> Court on or story house of nIne high rooms, which shows conclusively that It Minis, ., Monilnv r.rllll7.h. WIwofCanlu1Iaareguiiatorofthe! J'I:
bernie the 4th day of -Irl!, 1IMJ.' surrounded, with noble old trees! choice l...'.rnniie, Tuesday, I '
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. | la a certain preventive of that dangerous .> menstrual functions and is a most as- l. it' 1 ,.
(Ity 1'iifnt WodneniUy, 211111.
Urdereil this HM day of Meiteiulier| A. !> 1WJ.! and "hl'ubs-Flnillfl"ll In natural \
plants dUexse. It will cure a o.>ld or an attack ) tonixhlng tonic for It -
[!t4eall. ) A. 1>. 1'': 3.EY. Merritt. Thursnay; Rllth.I women. cure : j'V
lam-27iuar County Jnde.Kxecutur's | wood-hundreds, of .orange, peach of the /grip In less time than any other I riaorfcinna. Saturday, May :ilnil.Onavetal scanty, suppressed( frequent, Irregular I' .
S. BURXHAM, M. D. and other trees;! -beautifully situated treatmen''. It In pleasant and safe to ; Tiinday Bth. and painful menstruation, failing I'i' V

V opposite) Sit usara Hall-extending takd. For/' sale by all druggists and medicine Would be pleased l to meet all the taxpayers of the womb whites and Hooding, It

SURGEON and SPECIALIST : Notice. from King street to the water near dealers. of the
-- post olllce and school. dates anti have them make a return during pregnancy after childbirth .

Ear, Nose and Throat. To all whom It'may concern POULTRY PECANS ft RAPES.The To Tin.pnil a lIsle 'riiroaiih a Walnut.lo of all their personal and real estate) and in change of life. It frequently Ii.. I

BIST PALM BBACH: FLORIDA. NOTICK: HElt.JIIH"E'i\! THAT SIX Cordovo, vlnl'yard-on shell roada IUIHH. a hair tliroiiuli" II walnut property. J. l"". WOOTKS brings a door baby to homes ,' t I ,1 '
from the date of this notice I will Tax Assessor for Urevurd ( '
County. that have linen bnrrnn for
short drive from the Ponce de I-eon year All ,
present my final noioiints to the I Honorable. without holing hole II"-'Iua un ImportHlblllty. .. '
I A. D. r..nney,County.Indue! in Boil for Hrevard Hotel upon which the syndicate expended l but the tell bus often been druggists! have 1.00 bottles of Wineof .oj;' ," .ft-
\R, OUGUTO County, State of Florida" and apply for Lettersof over $15,0K: ( ). is now offered for A .."ydcIRIIVrltelf.. Cardui. .1 ..\ 'II "'
'S'I done. The hull of the walnut when _
Dismissal as Executor of tie: hstate of HansJenpseu ;/
tlOOO-Ilalf() cash balance 4 cent- ; V = VV VV = V
I lute of the County of llrevan. State of per exuuilix'd "I desirous of if the ::1 t.
I fenceHcuppernong with a strong glass Is ceeato am knowing proCession -
lorida.I deceased. 41) acres! enclosed with high -
DATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon : JOHN ()R ENS! KN.Kxecntor ': grapes in fine bearing have Innumerable small openings can obtain llerblnti In bulk fur WI3E"CARDUI 4

the of Estate of Hans Jeppsen.\ clJn.llt1IJ11-thousands of niagaras-can some of which lead entirely throughthe prescribing purposes It has been of ; r .
"Deutos Fla Nov. 18 11"14' I tt-mo II
Jensen a-ui I great; use to me lu treating canon of dya-
i grow pecans between the grapes- nut. The trick consist In using avery
| Now PALM BEACH. chance for mammoth 'peJ AT
great flop hair and Infinite r
!\ poultry an amount -
OVER FIVE / I have never known It to fall In PVt'l I t ;
plant-house, barn, etc.-high, healthy of Pass the hair into of '
Rapid Calking Tools now In use patience. one I catering the organs alTeoted, to their
M. MASON. by boat owners In the United Slates. locatson. these minute crevice: and urge It gently I healthful activity" COo bottle. at It. It. ,f
Information to
For further apply
Price :$4.00 and $3.(X)) each. at the ADVOCATE OKO. H. UKAPIN along. Sometime It will appear on Wilson &: on'a drug store.lotunleitl vs

office Tltusvllle! Fla. [Florida House' $t. Augustine., the other side at the first trial but If \ I L1

DENTAL-SURGEON ._ _. It cornea out at the hundred and Oral Iful' *. I
J1Io. -- -
... .. 1g
-er- Notice of SpecialTVTOTICK18HEREBY Legislation. you will be very lucky. A fern In a jardiniere and two little -

SANFORD, - FLORIDA prout.. In tin cans. If put In a window .V,'

r OIVEVTHAT A 1'PLIr HOW'M This! are sufficient to give the woman who I.
u. \ tuition will 'M> mule. to the Legislature of We offer One'Hundred DolUrs Hewan owns them the ,right to use the word Seeds I

oley's Kidney Cure : mCD" Reunion the for BUM the passage of Florida en. .Hfwcla tlt" gppifHtchlnii act nuthorlilnit for any case of Catarrh that cannot be .terDcry.-A tchlHon Globe. act a... pl.nt.....,1> f.....hal..... V jjPbii..sleai..rims,111fl5 'II I ip

likes kidneys and bladder right. the formation of the Fifth Road l>..trlot cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. sierilce' ; .IN ij"

: 8 or district Jlrenrfl, fur county the Into *of special oonntruotlnir Improvement floodromlit F. J. CHUNK & Co".Props, 'Toledo O. Some met, are like tele.cope-j'on' or'.Zi'0"g:: : IP
purpose: We the undersigned have known F. J .../ ,......." ........ "
In mtlil Ulatrlot anil, lashing' I bontli and draw them cut, see through them SlId m" '
l ...... .._
DO YEARS = f levytiiir taxes on the property In ..aid, illntrlot to (Cheney fur 111* last 10 years, and believe then shut thim ......I...",d ...1.... '0"" .PIII"A..I...... ,t

EXPERIENCECOPYRIGHTS () .. 6; II \pay lor e"lIIer, 'miMBt. 31. kUl8IO.4 to vote AND of the CXTH IIBOI.IO.fcl 8. |ilm perfect! honorable) In all business ---up. -- -- -. D. M. .......Y .. 00.. I 1 .,

.., 0 Is CoiiiiCtee.Tiblials Irannnctlonn!( and financially able to carryout Cures Sciatic ItlieumittlMii. D.trolt. Mloft. ,
< ..-) Florida,March IS. IINKI.Whrat aDV obligation made nv their firm. 1 i I

EE2fl! (' Welt & Tina, Wholesale DrugglaU, To- I Mrs. A. K.: Simpson, SOOCralgSt.( / Knox- .. _
S", 0 I..Uo, 0., Waldlng, Kinnan .t: &Marvin vllle, Tenn writes, June 10th() lMUt: "I .V VV ;'
anti n...n"..... I have been I the baths of lot t..t .
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. trying Springs The Largest and Most Com.
:u I "I : -_ 'r There is not a Kioat deal of difference Hall's Catarrh Cure I I. taken Internally, Ark, for sciatic rheumatism, bin' I got I
: ... TRADE MARKS ) In the feeding value of buckwheat and acting( directly upon the blood and mu- more relief from Mallard' Snow. Liniment olate Establishment South 1 lj Ii-

't;. -M DESIGNS wbcut. l>oimd for pound the buck cons surfaces of the system. Price, 7":>o, than any medicine or anything I j
101 &C.A.fl.1Iig a := wheat being/ a little more fattening r<>r bottle. Hold by all druggists Te- have ever tried. Enclosed find pogtofllre GEO. S, HACKER & SON ,t.

V; .n;>.:in: our a skelrh oMnlon j and(ncrlptlnn roe w hut her m an r a oz e than wheat It Is a good winter feed menials free. order for '1. Send me a large bottle by _
,m.pnthnlily pfic<*ntahl... <'1omniunl**. 0 (jJ and be fed as one feed two or Hall's Family Pills are the bent.Trvutlncr Southern' Kxpre.a." !Sold by It. K. Wilson 'f'
c J may
'intliloiitlnl.I Ilanilhonkon TatenU
: : ife !Hon, druggist!\ *. "
M'lmt* .
jBiii-r for urltiir pal nu> .j three days In the week It It II not too
,., .. usuii thmnirh Runt ACu.. reo." Horn
""k.. "*."""ut abR..... lath* Q J high priced. We would not pay more
*T Cold water with Ice In It In the thingto DO YOU WANT ;.;.rjfflcrst Jlmerlcan. for a pound of buckwheat than we UMU wlii-n an occidental burn from V estate agent endeavoring todUpime of

.. .id wn.klr.. ..I.. would for a pound of wlwut.-Commercial acids or ulL .llx In oiM-ounttTpd. Nitric any property you may have for sale or ic
._, ,'?.?'' Bn"."'.ntldo. journal. 'J'erm.3.. : g'flg Poultry. Bold gets Hj>,lt at times or even vitriol exchange ? If so, semi full particularsof jo; :

MUJIN? M"1"1'd halt Ti r <1 Drk 1111 $ A limb burned with acids must' what you have to I.. It. Bonjiimln
& Co.38"-, New TVKUn ATTACK: OFGKII*. may. Hanoverton, O. _
Branch om"", fet r at, washiiiin. lilt:: CD IIaItt be plunged In cold water and kept
there. so that the witter dilute
Cured by On. Hottlo of Chamberlain'. may
ANNER SALVE --i Coach K oi.dy. the trace of the acid In the skin a* Some Special Offers. .

|"* most healing Salve In the world.. ( E" "When sn attack of the grip last win much n.* possible. When acid burning -

4 *. Jt ter (the second one) I"actually cured my- causes Injury, tbe water should be rendered The Florida Fruit and Truck Grower

> self with one bottle of Chamberlain' alkaline by adding soda to counteract the new monthly journal devoted especially V
BY DISEASESthe 0 Cough Remedy says Frank W. Perry, tile acId.Anyone to the Interests of the fruit and vegetable

1 Editor of the Enterprlne, 8hortsllle N. grower of the State la publishedat Doors Blinds P'
'b Y. "Thl Is the honest truth. I at In South Floridacame Ocala. at $1 a year. Single copies 10c. _

times kept from coughing myself to make In their leisure time For a limited time a six month. trial

most fatal of all d1I- .sQh.a c pieces by taking a teaspoonful of this dlatrlbutiog/ money the product of a lame manufacturing subscription will be sent to new subscriber Me aiding & Building Material.

es. remedy, and when the coughing spoil tb Ir neigh. for 25 cent*. Or both the Fruit and ,
F would come on at night I would take a bors. Our company goods have among bad a steady sale Truck Grower and Semi-Weekly Tlm_ Office A Warerooma. King, opposite _____
: K- = dose and It seemed that In the briefest Union for $1.25.; Or with the Tbrlce-a- Cannon Street. "
for :25. which ban been wholly by
two ,
lll IDNEY CURE If Ifiuaraotaad UIiohj years
the would off and
interval cough pas I our local agents (men and women) who Week World of New York, both one year
1 S. C.
ULI. I would to perfectly free from Charleston ,
i O Ramad; r go sleep earn !good wage the year round. If you for '1.2.1. V ___
cough and Its accompanying pain To wish a good profitable bosloes without L. J. DRUM BY, Pub. Ocala' Fla.

lefuncled. say that the remedy acted. a moat risking money, send a self addressed return Sash Weights Cord and : .
money Contalni U It
agreeable surprise putting ,
: very onvelupe for full particulars to, A. _
dies emlt mildly. I had no}Idea that It; would or Lea Wade Gen! Agt. ( : Boston Mas t
recognized by could knock oat the grip simply because ( j 75)) Virginia Homes Hardware. 4 :

physicians as the best for 3.ii I bad never tried It; for each a purpose -SKVKIUirPERSONS: or CHAR- _
y and Bladder troubles. built; did, and U seemed withthesecond WAVTER sell rnoil rvtxitatlon. In ecb. stats Window and Fancy Glas ,e V ____
L attack of coughing the remedy (one In tbfieoanty re |ulredo$ reprMwfit Ton learn all about Virginia Lands,

PRICK SOe. aS $'.00. eauaed It to not only be of leas duration. and booa.draw..of enlld old financial established<<. standing.wealthy Salary! busies(41 00. IU resource, product, mode of cultivation A SPECIALTY. h J. ))4 .

n. Ie. WILSON & 8ON.O1ey' j f but the pains were far leae severe, and I weekly wltHxp_ .ddltlonal.* all payatiW' In price. etc., bjr reading the -_ ''II _
had not; used the content of one bottle ....h. direct sect Wwlimrfay from bead omc... Virginia Farmer. Send lOcta.
11.8 before Mr. Grip bad bid me adieu." For lion soil .crrtan farnl.hxl. ..... aecwwary.I for 3 month subscription, to the Foley's Honey and Tar V V1
11.1.lf4dd.1: _
Honey Tar ( ferenoe* envelop __
llres and _-4 ale by all druggists. Colonial; Cu.3J4 Uemrljorn 11'.,( bcao) Farmer" Co., Kmporla, Va. tor blldn oM/.un. No oplllla. / _
f old V
$ V
\ prevents pneumonia. .
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, I'' 4S JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. Bnowx: v ,

t kf C. S, SCUUTI.KH, Cashier. W. S. BRANNIUO, Asst,


.."..*LT,JODBMAL DSIVOTCD TO TB. D.VIOPHCKT comments very strongly upon the
01 tam 1XDIAH BIVBR, LAEBWOBTB in which the Florida East Coai Malarial COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Railway officials are running capital t ; OOf
winter. We do not believe Weakness Paid up capital
EVERY FBIDAY.CBA. trains this $75,0,
? ; communications will do ,,, deposits.Transacts .
such ,taken Average s'
delicate x)0,0
and ,
( men 11. WAWOS Editor Jc Publish any good, for we are confident the the terror strong tnd the system to di eue.
of lifeaway opens
officials! would not have the train the Joy Treatment i
made! Assist Naturt,avoid strong drugs,ass a gentle a General
I; Discontinuance of sdvls must be per- delayed if they could possibly avoid f ?. .-..- Banli'
wally at this clHro or by writing.! stated tbat ,-
it. We have heard it O 7a'S1tVER

Obeott.eto.,may be made payable to CHA.Lal hot boxes, poor coal, waiting for )V\ IllS Business.

B. 'WALTOK' ,publisher.BOSTON northern connections, etc., were the c

AIM cause of said delays; but our dow I L Largest and Oldest Bank on the RJy

CATit:bas opened OFFICE-TUB" an .dice. Bt4 EAIIT:<>4 Atlantlo COAUT avonue, river friend would be able to get and Tonic Pellets will help the natural forces tow tor* 1 Exchange bought; and sold 'i VenialTHE
for .
Boston, wliloh will 1 be In charge of Mr. Claule what satisfaction is looking perfect health, feed the blood and paint the roses f +r, +, Countrlus.rtttronftire
O.Walton. by dropping a line to Mr. J. R. Pai that actually '
r on the cheeks. A Treatment t' ; appreciated Prom'" for Inforrt. rott, Mr.\ J. P. Beckwith or\ Mr. IT. cures without unpleasant IICDaa oaLSample ... -.t treatmeutund favor'orn" 1taiit liik1s :...!p.*
to the AOVOCATK rvative bankinn granted
In writlnn
t fY will oblige by encli'" GolF.It and Booklet Fr... +irk4d:
I, tlon of any kind,the writer i III A CORRE8PO.DE'ffi'Soaboarl :
ammpedaddressed envelope. seems to us that someone Treatment t I:National Hunk .of i (New turf,.
y, iIritii I e toga always ready to pitch into the news 4b Complete 3'1Y'3' ,tom ftyy-- a' National Bank of Jacksonville flu :

i'k ; Address all communication to paper or the railroad companiei .l 4' '" '.C'ITU VILLE, ]C'LA.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, However far off from the truth, or New ywa aea as
---- -
lh I TITDBVIU.B. FLOBIDA. even common sense, it does not -

L---- ---- -.--- ----- -- matter, as long as they are not SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY|

V U. S. Department of Agriculture accused of anything good. Th

Weather Dureau-JlIplterl fact never seems to impress eon

a :. : people that the Florida East Coast Sold by JJ. B. WILSON & SON,TITU8VILI.E. Wood Coal. Coke Brick Lime Cement
The following/ is a comparative stat Railway is one of the beat manage* -- ,
and rainfall for 1 1r the ------
week went of ending temperature Tnesday, March 24, 1003.lOOil : roads in this State, and better thai Vero.II. I
: -1902- a good many out of it.--and this we Eau Gallie. :
and Sidewalk Brick
.} :DATB. MAX. MIW. MAx Mil know from personal experience s of Vitrified, Paving .
4 ,' jg' 70 08 70 IH some northern railroads. T. Gifford spent Friday last at Fort

1 9 HO 70 71 07 fiB 73) 1\2 4f\! This road is doing its best'; it i Is Mrs.Capt.Sherwood Colby, Mrs.all leave Colby for and the Mr.north and Pierce. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Jfo,2tj

'"' k 21 20 79 73 73 602'J giving employment to thousands of this week. Henry here.Hyne, of Fort Pierce, spent J. K. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager.;

*, 80 74 84 6i men along the East Coast, anrils! Rain and heavy winds for the past Saturday removed his fish
,' a:J 81 '71 7) 07; steadily adding to the wealth of week ha raised the water In the Eau Geo. \V. Scobie bas .
01 to-Grant.
a& 83! 08 80 While Mr. Flagler i is Oallle river to fall levels. camp
} Total rainfall for the week 3.85 Dade county, Chas. Gifford Is the proud father of a
Departure from normal rainfall for the making these many improvement Mrs. Brown and Mini* Edna Brown bouncing buy since Sunday.Mrs. MeMurray & Baker
2.72 Inches. Departure the East Coast are left for Buffalo, Friday last, after a ,
week: plus along many W. R. Watts, of Waba llo; spent
R normal rainfall since January :I, pleasant visit at! Mrs Stickneys.Mrs. :\ .
from : reaping a rich harvest from same Sunday with ber husband and sons, who

;:r, plus 7.71 Inches.HAL.. P.. HARDI' Observer. If any plaoe ought to complain, i it James Maokte, of Miami,' Is the are in the fish business here. 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida

t "1 is the end of Brevard county guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brewster who and little son, Carl,
--- -- upper nave a winter home at this place. .Mrs. F. C. Prang: with -Makers and Jobbers of-
; but we believe in giving bone of Paradise Island, spent Sunday
BUKVABD'S pineapple crop is goIng where honor is due, and we wisl The Pluta, Capt. Colby's new yawl, the family of her father, II. T. Gifford

to be the largest; on record 'the Florida East Coast ily., its own The will work have some alterations done at her hull. Large quantities of beans are being Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materi

If f this eu nmer. It will bring to t.hls er.atxd officials continued success i shipped daily from here and are bringing; ,
dollar Mrs. Sherwood left for Grand Messrs. Prang, Once and
thousands of Mr. and good prices. Tires.
: ; county many Rubber
i Saddlery,
d -- Rapids, Wednesday, After a pleasant Roberts are our principal shippers.

'd li Disnop-Huntington says that I Iit i In NORFOLK, Conn'., a non-licensi visit In Eau Oallle, at the residence of Mr. Baas, of Fort Pierce, who owns a First-Class Repairing and Painting? &c. &c.
1 vast. quantities of Capt. and Mrs. Colby.
he hal town, consumes Itvrge tract of land here Is up with a .
1 view of some marriages bay rum, witch hazel and Jamaica W..II. II. Gleason Is still at St. Augustine force of laborers this week, with a viewto -- ---
t known, he Is very mush dispose ginger. Temperance beverages like v but is expected home shortly., clearing/ the timber from the same.

to believe that old paida and bachelors these 'mllst be soothing to the The hotel Is closed for the season except boom In the real ft C
; very We are having quite Coast Lumber. |
may be a blessing; and thai, inner man, for it is claimed the for lodgers, who are still 'occupying the estate market now,and as a result we East Supply

n t at any rate, the size of families i 11 do not eat insides like some rooms. anticipate the settlement of quite a colony .
not worth worrying about; upyour Capt. Symmonds, and a party of of Dakota farmers here .in the near
of,the stronger waters do. friends, returned from a trip to Palm future. Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.

Beach and Lake Worth this week;shells Alex.Thompsoo, Frank Bond, Andrew General Office at Eau Gallie, Fla.
} SENATOR Tillman has succeeded : and marine curiosities galore, are partof and liobt. Edwards, who have
4 in collecting from the Federal treaa Cocoa.i the cargo. spent Downey the past four months here In the We carry everything in building material including sash and doors, builders' hard

ury the sum of $89,327 for t.h'e Dr. C. C. Booth, Mrs. Booth and Dr. oyster business, departed for their home, ware, Masury's Paints and Varnishes Ciders,promptly Parold and attended Neponset to.Hooting

l'' State of South Carolina, being the I i Palmetto Club met this week at Forester and Mrs. Cline are expected :Stratford, Conn., last Thursday.La and Building/ Papers.

amount due the State on a war the residence of Mrs. Battenfleld. back from Lake Worth this week. The -
Dr. Booth's new grippe coughs yield quickly to the
south in
to 11; claim in the war of 1812. Senato A front many attend the song service party went wonderful curative qualities of Foley'sUoney
t Joe Cannon declared that the Gov it the New Rockledge, to hoar MrsBlood launch, the PI urn a. and Tar. There Is nothing else i Hodges <& O'Hara)

owed but 34 cents to South sing. The Pirate, with J. K. M. Hodgson, "just as good." Sold by Wilson & son
44 0 eminent A we would ask the Mayoi Capt. Joo. Oothout, the Misses Hodgson ...Manufacturers and Dealers in.,.
t.he question
Carolina still, Tillman got went to Canaveral -
; board
and Dr. Sharpe on

a I' cash"only, even bluffing.if he" was, aa .some said, and arrested fired a Marshal revolver promptly.of In Cocoa C K>ooaIf they, they lire a would persot a can b< MondaThe:\on Saturday party last'visited returning the lighthouse on Boarding.Desirable E.D Ld: CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

I ion, will they during the trip. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. MouldlogeShingles,eUl.
Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
the six months Mr. Ledra- and Miss Fannie Cartel
DURING past who wish a pleasant Buffalo muff,FlL
people & O'Uara,
Address Hodges
of the State.
Averted. to part
a Miss Cartel Tragedy any
', married Monday.
i so the ADVOOATB hal been suggesting were plane to stop at while In West Palm _
vlll be remembered as a teacher In the
Bobt. W. Davis "Just In the nick of time our
Congressman loooa school. Since: she left the school W. Watkins \Beach, will find MINARET COTTAGE,
for governor of Florida; and, with the has conducted a curio store and boy t}f Pleasant was saved"City writes, Ohio.Mrs."Pneumonia aa Olive street, between Evernla and The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In tbeguu.

t reference to this, a letter baa beet warding bouse. Mr. Ledra In from had played sad havoo with him and a Fern, just such a place. Nice, clean
from Mr. Davis which I III Jhlcago and noon after he came here besides Doctors
published errlble: cough net In comfortable a YA t1
1i and Mrs. Ledra rooms, neatly furnished; "" Co,
he lout his wife. Mr.
he 'VV'm. A. Sours:
but worse every
regarded aa making;the fact assure treated: him grew ..
will make their horn In Chicago after t a tried Dr. King's Newdiscovery I beds; good, wholesome food; VERY
1 lay. At length we
that "Colonel Bob" will become a '''old home and
halt Mrs. Ledra's
to recommendations.
for Consumption, and our moderate prices, are the
i candidate! for nomination to the lends In Georgia. Monday night a taring was saved. He's now' sound, and !I Only a limited number of room- wj GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
office of Governor. If this is real lumber of the young people of Coooa well." Everybody ought: to know, It'stbe aocommqdated. Table board ,
ua jm can
and to celebrate
is with' Kockledge proceeded for Cough, Colds and
fact the ADVOOATK only sure cure
ly a
the wedding with tin horns, and and Fertilizers
pans all a specialty. Flour Meal
Congressman David from beglnn. I Anything that would make a noise. With ill Lung diseases. Guaranteed by ........ ... Grits
50o and $1.00. Trial MRS. FRANK DARLING,
ing to the end of the political raced a i OHnnoo, they made the night hideous, drull>bottles West Palm Beach, Fla. nnwu aT. LOVUI.I!.MJa. 112 East Bay' Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and battered the nerves of the sensitive

J eople. The attain ended in climax.. ,- ------ --- Igts. for funna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S..A. L. R'y. and Plant Syatel
,+ f TUB building of good, hard roads The cannon bursted. The result, a good N. C.
and bridges maybe postponed with woman, Mis. It. B. Holmes, looses a11mb AS1IBVILLK.

t, 'only inconvenience and temporary; amputated, and It Is hoped herlife
; material loss result the [ may be spared. W. (i. Patterson and HVLh.lmaxi & Co.
aa a says P.
Arthur Lapham are unable to walk UIHTueaday N. C. c
Southern Educational Notes; but inorolnff, but otherwise not THE OAKS HOTEL8UEVIJ.JE ,

J1 '1 to postpone the building of good erlously hurt. Mrs.W. O, Patterson wan CAR LINE.
schools brings; eternal loss In know mocked down aa.l a young man Injured, 261 Washington St .1 NEW YORK.
h culture and the but> not seriously. The whole affair 113 Murray Street.' J N. Y.
1 ledge, intelligence, rua.. a most deplorable one. What credit '$8.00) to $15.00 per week. *2.00 to .2.>:>0 per day.
1 highest interests of life to the boy, Is there In such an affair, and what eyed

and girls fast growing; through the I It tU. there to a community or town that 80\ Steam and Hot Water Healed Room. : I -HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-
educable years of childhood and rill allow It;

'I f youth to manhood and womanhood... 'I'onrtat'Patronage for engagement. F1orl.: et '<>r.aJl.ges:
t,; t A people sometimes he Justified .
may -The following letter' from A. J. Nus- Boooklets. WM. I.. McCOY, Proprietor. aJl.CI.: c.r.apexru1t:
ln_ postponing the one, never baum> of Batesville, Ind., tells Its own .
in the other. "I suffered for three months ----.---.--- .- ---- '
postponing IItury. wish to
rlth a severe cold. A druggist pre- NEAT YOUK: We represent several of the largest shippers in your,State: and

)iiired me some medicine, and..a physl- you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established SO) years.
Wx: fail to understand, flays the Ian pre orlbed for me, yet I did not imrovo. -
Gainesville Sun, why an editor's > I then tried Foley's honey and -
t ticket to an entertainment should Tar, and eight doses cured me." its Hotel Marlborough ESTABLISHED 1870.

; be marked complimentary.." II uiie substitutes Sold by It. R. Wilson' ,
: _''Ii k: Son, Tltusvllle.
P '' any person in the world gives value Broadway, :iiOth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.

s i received for such tickete, it is the A CORRECTION. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con- M. Lane & Son

r editor. How would the manager of ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal ,
entertainments like to have each
: ST.Lucu:, FLA., March 25, 1003. supervision of the owner.
one of the notices given them marked E. S. CROWELL, Manager.; 230 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
J ,
'complimentary?" If it Is nee ,?ifttor/ East Coast AJroraUsDoat

y, t the new Sir-We wish to correct a mistake -
to distinguish
essary paper made St. Lnele correapondnt Broadway and 41st :Street, Southern Fruit 'and Produce
'f man's tickets from others, It seems by your Hotel Vendo'
41 In last week's Issue of the ADVOOATK
that the word "press" would be NEW YORK CITY. ,
lade In regard to Mr. Pleosnntoa. I am
.ut ]dent. This, to certain extent,, ,,uthorlzed to correct this by Mr. Duram -
also applies to passes on railroads. > who save there was nothing: of the FIREPROOF :300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toile ::: : Merchars.ts: .: .
i.4 U EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms 1.RO rooms $2 and with
kind. Mr. Pleasanton leaves) the Club rooms ;larpp" ;

t' aa the best of friends with Mr. Durham private bath $2.50: per day and upwards.. The management Is under the per
anti the St. I.ucle Club. This was sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager

r 41 exhibit space in all departments Is brought about by a personal matter. .. .
such that it will undoubtedly be all Mr. PleOHanton baa buen with us for - Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
ti, 'era year; he has many friends, and .
taken months before the {opening -
leavea) the same. It was through himth't.
day. Allotments are being/ made our school was extended fur three
; rapidly. The value of the annual lonths by the Club. Mr. 1'leoaanton
1 t+ y product of manufacturing Indus ras supervisor of our school, and hetook Mason M., Clark,
an Interest In those matters, andre .
tries In the United Statea has increased
wish him success wherever he goes.T. .
fifty per cent since the Columbian A. RoauN"oa.
Exposition at Chicago Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
Ys the far
Notwithstanding greatei Working. Overtime. HYDRA, SAMSON.
exhibit for the Louis
area of space Eight hour laws are Ignored/ by those ,SPECIALTIES : '
ai:: y lana Purchase Exposition in com. Ireless, little workers-Dr. Kings XewLifo

parlaon with the Chicago Fair, It f II Pills.\ Millions are always at work, BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORIS Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
really less in proportion to the, Igttt and day, curing Indigestion, Billl.

probable demands from the manufacturers Lenses.., Constipation, Sick Headache ALL RIGHT.
-, nd all Stomach, Liver and Bowel trout Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
and producer in the lea. Easy pleasant, safe.. sure. Only ,
L rU/ United States and foreign countries, 2 So at I all drug stores. Geo. R. Wallace, West Palm Beach. 110 Murray Street; and 100 West Street, BEAST yoRK1 -


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widp J Jf Stuart. GEORG MARX. j
RELIABLE Eldred.Stewart JOHN MARX '.' to i'Y1
Mr. and Mrs. ,.".. "1II::::: "1II:2: .r=. 'I

f] baby left Arthur Hogarth and Ankeny Is home from Stetson ...L..IL.. ........, :::::P.. ". '.\ 1 ,
', Monday, for this home In LaFayette University. ) ; '
Ind. "
It.: Daniel Moore\ Is having wind mill and WHOLESALE GROCERS 4,; ( !.. ,:

: his Wm. D. McFarland left, Tuesday, for tank elected. t

'0,0(1 will northern find it chilly home.up his We are afraid Mao The pineapples are very piomislng fura 2
( way.
H Joseph Muller and daughter, of Philadelphia good and early crop. Fruit and Produce Jobbers 'j ,

o.ool yk are sojourners with us for a few Mr.\ and Mrs. Edwards will sail for a ,
days. Mr. Muller is In the real estate Visit to England next mouth <
business. Corner Buy and Julia Ste., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
Mrs. Blanchard, of Eustls, is expectedhere
nil laaao Craig and sister Mrs. Marie to make Mrs Joseph Ankeuey along LOOK TO JOUR EVES. '
1 visit. If suffering from WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
G PO Johnstone, visited the thriving town of any eye defects or weak ,
Fort Pierce, Saturday business sight call army new well-appointed optical ;
and Mrs. Odel), the wife of a banker and
pleasure bent. II Institute. Special, complete lense PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. '
i I capitalist, of DesMolnes, Iowa, Is guest/: grinding outfit In connection. ,
: BJr Chas Dixon and wife, friends of Mr\ of Mr. and Mrs. Abdlll. Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.11R"1'e ',' a
and Mrs.
Robert McPherson, have re- Mr. and Mrs. :Mills: of northern l1ch. V '
solicit consignments, of Fruits and Vegeta leu 'R
Jl.Lniiru bt.
turned to Jacksonville Flo.
Daytona. Mr. and ,
JMp Mrs. Dixon lean, have returned to their homo after

are from Iowa. .spending/ three months hero with Wm. --------._--.-- ,-- --- ----------- ---------

e, JIll IPOWDER )(1'. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock, Ross 1'omeroy. v Melbourne. o "I ,
-JIllillia Leggett and Mrs. Leggett I left, Tuesday :Mr.\ and Mrs Daniel Moore\ Rave' been White City.

Absolutely Pure evening, for Palm Beach, to spend a few entertaining Mr. I.. Kent, of the Chicago; -
days sightseeing. stock yards, and Mr. and Mrs. btouder A HEALTH POLICY '
-;: IS NO SUBSTITUTE and daughter, of Chicago. Mr. !Stouder The dance on Saturday night was well Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, '
f/Tf Mrs. Agatha Thomas has purchase I In Improving land that he owns here and attended and enjoyed by all. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
lot 1, of block II I) The system! la from natural
on avenue D, from Stanley received at the Melbourne Postofllce.C1OODK .
has two acres of pineapples'planted... Mesdames Fransen and Lamont who t'' debilitated\ run-down
Kltchiug, who is agent for the E. \ causes, or ..
Stypmann, pioperty. Mrs. C. T. McCarty Is driving a fine have been on the nick list, are around A nOODH.-Ita l Eetllte and Loan". both iif the ftprlug/ nnd fall. The '... ,
horse again. Agent for VKtna, JxmiUm knit Liverpool niutaoohe soason..' changes always a tax ,
Beach. a recent and Is :: :: are
Palm purchase, taking
' est Isaac Craig and sister, Mrs. ;Marie, M. thovldence Wajthlniftoti, and Aim t IraInmirunoa.
iNYa Johaston have solid comfort with It. Mrs. McCarty has Preparations are In progress for the 8|>eoi,,l attention paid to the ou the human orgnulsiu. The ,, ;
\ -4 D purchased lot 5, corner of been very efficient getting new mem- observance of Easter at the Sunday Interests of non-reatdente. blood becoiuea Impure In the i i.IIprlngr i. ,

n, E. Bradley/' of Brooklyn, JT.I begin avenue to "build and shortly.third street. Mhey\ will bers to the Floi Ida State Horticultural school. DR I.. A. PElt PHVSIOIAIT Aim Bt'miicotcItnulilHtme and vitality Ings In the fall. ., kt r

bran guest of Dr. and Mrs. N. Society. Everybody should be ready to The ADVOCATE: has a large number of Mnlbnnrne. Ku OaJllw, 'r"eela1 e care a little assistance,
Hrnlmm* for 1 the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. OMIara, "f Buffalo Bluff, attend the meeting In Miami next month. subscribers In this section, but there area and Friday.nfternixmii. and nature will do the rest, as It la
Fla., was registered/ at the !Stuart house few whose names should like to always trying to maintain health. "
I, Eleanor Clark,'of Daytona, paid Wednesday. Mr. O'llara Interested 1 In, Hal. S. Thomas and son, Elwln, of Carrollton on the list.Several we see Mrs R. W. Goodaha been very iii fur Frequently the weakest organ will J." '
Im' visit to West Palm Beach, and the cypress lumber business. Ill., have been visiting Grandpa nearly two weeks but under the skillful show the must disorder, and this ., '" 1
Intliony household was conespond- Eldred. Mr. Thomas was here four years launch parties have been up care i'f Doctors IIulmex.and Peak, Is now often leads to wrong treatment. ,
happy John Domini, E. Stypmann, Otto Styp- ago and owned a pineapple plantation, the St. Lucie river, as far as this place; Improving. For the debilitated conditions '

and tourists mann and U E. Stypmann: went down to which he sold. lie says he Is homesick and no wonder, for the scenery along the Charles F. Conkllng passned away tn of spring or full, or AllY other

winter residents the hotels thtLe arEn the Inlet, Sunday: afternoon, In Mr Dom.Inl's for the Indian River and Its pineapples, banks Is beautiful. Tuesday, at his home, surrounded by time, for that matter the right I

I daily comtortably, although tilled as yet.on The handsome launch, the Ju tlua. and and we all hope he will buy here again, i Ira Lamont and Fred Price, of Jensen, loving friends. Ills' Illness was only fu thing to do Is to build l up the

Slid particularly, has enjoyed a very T. T. Welch route agent of the Southern return to be one of us. came up to attend the danoe on Saturday two weeks.. We extend our heartfelt whole system.*It Is not your stomach 4$ .'

tar,8'iason. Express Co., WAil a pleasant visitor Mr. and Mrs.\ I.. B. Abdlll have been night; and while here Ira was taken sympathy for the bereaved ones In their or liver, or nerves alone that d,
here Friday. Mr. Welch stopped off to entertaining) at their elegant mansion ill, and unable to return on Sunday, as sad loss. cause t.he'trouble you are weakened 1 I
regret to say that ex-mayor WhtllKi8 chock up the agent/ Stanley Kilchlfig. Governor A. B. Cummings and wife of Is her usual custom. Mrs. John FurJlerson and little daughter / all over and must have rt'i' i iP.
1 : been confined to the house for Iowa, and Mr. Clark, a bunker of Newton arrived from Cincinnati; last Saturday : mewed strength: and vitality. These :, i M
Leeks or more, with a severe Illness. Walter Kltchlng 1 ,our leading merchant, IOWA Is Mr. Dediloh l I. moving a number of you cannot get BO
making a long winter visit She was called here on account of
favorable and for Is having a lot of improvements made 1 In trees from Mr Lamont's place which quloklyornuitily r y ,
are more his
(reports daughter, Mrs. Abdlll. They have her father, Mr. Frank Robertson, but at
the big store this week. Mr. latching makes It look unite bare; but wben Mr safely as by using "
peedy recovery. beautifully fitted grounds with tropical this to know he I Is
up writing we tAre glad
believes In keeping up with the times lowers Jj. ban It set f in pines. In the near future, .
1 and Mrs. M. E. Gruber made a plants, and fruits. II will look all right. Improving.It / Ore BARTER'S
*'I visit In Jacksonville, during the Peter Christensen, a truck grower and Mr. and Mrs.\ Edgar Lewis will enter was with sad hearts we read the notice I
id Lodge K. of P. Mr. Gruber made strawberry raiser, of Starke, Fla., is here tain Mr. and Mrs. .F'. M. Hubbel and Mr. What has become of the telephone of the sudden death of Dr. H. D. ''i. r
*e run for the office of Outer Guard.II looking lor a pineapple location, and i I. F. C. Hubbel, of DesMolnes, Iowa, who company f Their poles have been on Brown, at VlytoO'Ills' bereaved TONIC

lID deserved compliment to his pop- very much pleased with the prospects. have recently returned from a trip around the ground for several weeks., but there mother, wife and daughter have tin When Dr. Harter's tron' i. \ ,

ty abroad, as well as at home. Miss Rosa Walker and Stanley Kltch the woild. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbel's two does not seem. to bo anyone here to erect heartfelt sympathy of their host of Tonic you are use helping to renew ,,I
them. We you
ure anxious to have the line
Brefttenlng weather prevented the ing sailed down to the Inlet, Sunday, In sons are being tutored by Mrs. Lewis, completed. Melbourne friends: this vigor of every fiber of jour r t ,
H Worth Band from carrying out a Mr. Kltchln 's fast racer, the 23.( As and having the benefit of }t'lorlda'loll- The sale of work given In the tastily; hotly, You\ are cleansing and l pleasant program last Friday even- usual, the 23 went by all the sailing craft mate while their patents were making Mr. I'oppell killed a large: rattlesnake trimmed parlors of the Hotel Carle'nn lohlng your blood; you meitrengtheulug ,',p

Refreshments were to be served, that were out. the world tour. last Friday In his. ht'm l : patch. It measured Tuesday afternoon, March 10th, by Mrs your stomach and t
time was in antlclpar about four tout in length, and had Kate: R. Oilman, of Youngstown, 0., for increasing the digestive fluids :'
general good Mrs. J. Rhodes and Mrs C. H. Clow, Mr.\ and Mrs. Edgar Lewis. have been ; you I l
ten rattles and the benefit of the church of
button. Mr.
rain the pleasure a Ganson Episcopal are building and renewing the '
Owing to heavy who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. entertaining Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Green up I (
LoBtponed until the of Frl nailher has the skin, and, Intends having made this >place, wan a financial suocemt activity of kUluoj-s and liver !
evening of DesMolneH Iowa also Mrs. your ; ,,
Chas Woodward, left, this week, for !:It. ; Buyer
into a belt. Most of the articles sale made I
j fftbe were and are fording and rt-vltnllz- I
a0iad 27th. Augustine$ from where they will return daughters, Miss\ Pearl and Miss Ruby, you r
by the hands of this lady. The sum of
s Palsted and Miss Hopkins, of to their home In New Castle, Pa. and son, Joe, and Miss Grace Burch, of The now freight house that has been $130 was realized The Is to he hilt your iiervoua 'lIt"m. You '
Detroit Mich. have returned looked for and talked money cannot do this without getting! ) 1
They of is well s
just so long, i
|or, Me., two very charming young ud In fitting the wlnows of the church I 1
I well and cannot tithe Dr. Ilnr- '
from a to Havana Miami and Palm and when finished you
trip underway will be
s, who have occupied the Jenkinson Raw or Inflamed lungs' yield quickly); i advantage; ..Imllar to the ones In chancel-the balance ter' Iron 'l'onlo without doing it. .''j.w 1t
Beach and will visit Melbourne and ,
St. quite an to our shippers and
the lake front left for their I to the wonderful curative and healing to be applied to a stalling silver ,
,D ou the 23rd, full of.enthusiasm for qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar. It Augustine next week. those who receive freight here; but we communion service. The lady's efforts

, feenial climate, and promise to return prevents pneumonia and consumptionfrom are*pot' sure of a station agent yet, were greatly helped by the generous aid CHICAGO, ILL., Nov. 2fJ, 11101 "110 ;

I season with relatives to make a a hard cold settled on the lungs AFTER LA ORIPPE-WHAT ? Unusually tour, little village was shocked the extended to her by old, personal friends' FVut?OENTI.BMBNI:fff. Hartff-MtitMnt-! Or.)..tlnnly, fn inns, rurom-, O f

[cr stay. B. R. Wilson & Son, Titusville.Jensen. a hacking cough and a'' general other night when Mr,, Drlggers entered also, on the day of sale by the cheerful, mend Ur. llarter's Iron Tonlci, as 1 "f'f I '
feeling[ of weakness, often leading to fatal the store and threatened to kill Mr. and willing bands of her saleswomen, firmly believe It In the bent ton loon the I Imiirket 1
II. alayberry, one of the leading results after the patient Is supposedto Traynor If he did not get out; as Mr. Mrs. MoLnln, of Plttsburg; Miss Gill, of today Every iiirlntf and fail I J."' ,
bets men of Birmingham, Ala., arSaturdayeveningto iiy system aam to be In need of a I .
l Mrs. May- have passed the danger point. Foley'sHoney D. had a huge knife In his hand, Mr. F. Washington, and MlssSpangler, of Phil tonic, and for the punt, three years 11 "II: ,
fc join and Tar Is guaranteed to cure the did not wait to argue/ the matter. On adelphia. For the past ten years Mrs\ have taken bottle of your tonlo twice I 'a 'jayeer. J 4
and the children, who are winter "grippe cough" and make you strong and Saturday, Mr..D. appeared before a JustIce Gilman has been a most generous work. HON. JOHN ... KIIBI.ONO' I IliintrenntaKut 1(, 1 ;
Hu l of Mrs. J. It. Anthony on the to tht JIUnott Lrpulaatwe.last \
F. J. O'Hara and wife of Satsuma well. It fulls to if ;
I a cough It
stop of the Peace, and was bound over on er for the Melbourne church. Koch Ungooil ""., Chicago. I
I shore. Mrs. and Miss Anthony have Fla., are In the city. : taken In time. Take no substitutes. For a charge of assault, with attempt to kill. winter she comes from her New York t t
fifthtful( coterie for the winter sea- sale by B. K. Wilson A /Son. 1'01SALE E.VEI\YWIIJt ,41 i 'i ,
: home
] Bind their hospitality is proverbial. Our efficient County Tax Assessor, J. lie will appear before Judge Jones at laden with beautiful attlolos, "
Wooten was in the city this week.L. the t Circuit Court.Pneumonia made by her own busy hands

a d Kiev's. Honey and Tar cures, coughs .S. Eldred,of Eld re o, and the Messrs Fort Pierce.W. follows a cold but never Foloy's Kidney Cure makes flab kid. i r 1 \ I ,' '
cold Cures bronchitis and asth- Thomas of Illinois\ were in town Friday.
a. follows the use of Foley's Honey and neys and bladder right.! .Contains nothing Georgiana.Mr. '

Cures hoarseness croup and and bronchial whooping troubles cough. Erastus Foote, of New York, was the B. Cross left for Savannah, Sunday 'far. It stops the cough) -heals, and / Injurious.. /Sold: by 11. It. Wilson ''i.. 1
FI of Sewall for a few days this strengthens the lungs and affords Son, Titusville. ( t
Sold guest Capt. night, on a business trip.Quite per
8 pneumonia and la grippe. week. fect security from an attack of .I pueunionloa. ? Wm. Bell left Tuesday. for his e' I
B. R. Wllsou & Son: Titusville. a uumber" of mackerel were Jieruse sutmtltutos. borne In South Carolina.
Sold by Ir
J. S. Keck and wife went up the roadon Rockledge.The ,
caught outside on Tuesday B. R. Wilson & /Son: Titusville. left 1 last. 'l. a {
Friday to visit Mr. Hoofnagle at Fort Mr. Daggett Tuesday of week I ,. i f
Hobe Sound. Pierce for a few days.,. Louis Stockel, brother and mother, of for Atlanta, where he has a good pOll I- \1 A 11,
the Narrows, wore visitors to town on chapel service was well attended 1
The directors of the Indian River and Tuesday. St. Lucie. lout Sunday morning, and, also In the tion.J. J.!: '4\\' I P.
Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association the New W. Ilruiier made a business trip to ;
lie evening, at Kockledge Hotel. j' t
Norseman'returned from
yacht held a meeting Jensen on Wed Rev. Mr. Weatherwax, of Jenson, held Titusville and Coaoa, for several days j lI
Lucia Inlet and sailed to Miami.rn. '. nesday. The outlook is goo4 for a Congregational services In the Baptist A merry party of St. Lucle young people Wm. Kindle was InKockledcce lost week taut week. I ': "' I

A. L. Shuler, \fr C. B. Jeilern splendid business this year. church, /Sunday: to large congregations. took a pleasure trip Pelican Island embalming and preparing the remains ol : t '
number of t.
whose death Dcourwd Quite a our people enjoyed 1"1'
rs last unday.A a lady, at the
mother succumbed to la grippe, A pleasant party consisting of W. A Arthur Jennings now has charge of Rockladge, to be taken north for Inter a good trip to the beach a few days ugo t B..

'is very 111. Nlmick, wife and two daughters, from the St. Lucie Club-bouse., We congrat- II\uncl110ad of young people from ment at her home. The bathing line now r't.,t.' I r''
rs. C B. Jefferson Mrs. Shuler and Plttsburg, and Mr. and Mrs.\ C. A. Robinson uUte: Arthur on his appointnient,.and this place, took In the ball at Fort Plaiceon P
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wish him success. Friday night. The Hotel Indian 1 River closed for theseesnn Quite a number our people attended ", ,'t
'I > Carey will spend a month In Or- and some friends from Eden, went the picnic at Indlanola. Said they had 1: if!' '' ''
- d prior to going north. down to enjoy the fishing at our Inlet on The dime tea, held at Mrs. Nesbltts, Mrs. Richard Quay and party have re- the' Hotel on has Tuesday.done The business and of a glorious time up there" ,:
Tuesday. As might be expected, they last Thursday, was) quite a social success. turned from Nassau, and are now enjoy fairly good, considering \ J.
amp Comfort" will not be "warmed"lemton. enjoyed the day exceedingly. A literary programme was given that ing their St. Lucie home. everything, (he managementhave Mr. Hervey Bower has been quite sick f, !
Sickness hae Interfered withy scored A success. The hotel has with lung fever for several days. But '
was enjoyed by all
plans of a pleasurable nature. Our esteemed friend, C. A. Robinson, present, Capt. Richardson of the Sliver King, the reputation of setting a mONt excellent was reported better Monday. '.
of Eden, came down on Friday with a Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of Titus- was an agreeable caller on the Indian table during the season. Many v. '
ra.'F. A, Snider, who continues In8ed most pleasant party, consisting of Chas.M. yule\ held services In St. Andrews church River Boat & Launch Co., a few days stopping their have remarked that the Mr. Ezra Simmons and wife arrived R J ;
from effects of la grippe, has COBS and eight or ten others: to celebrate on Friday evening to a fairly large coup "go. table service-was good Indeed. Monday of lost week and are comfortably '(
pond their house warming until the 70th anniversary of the birth gregatlon. The magnificent altar fur fixed in their oosy cottage. It ;
T. A. Robinson and wife "
launch "Minnie
are again The which
of a lady from New York, by a dinner at the church arrived on ,Friday.St. with us. We are pleasud to note their from Kuokledjte; to Fairyland, mot with runs.a E. Visoy Hall has Mr. Simmon's I$' )j
r, Edward Wllbernj; who has made a the Al Fresco hotel. It was kept a pro- Andrews Episcopal church has an sweet little son Charles has fully recov- bad accident last Saturday evening, It launch nearly ready 10 put In the water f f
by visit as the /guest of Mr. and Mrs. found' secret from the lady until dinner excellent choir, with Mrs. Elizabeth flue being late returning/ from Fairyland. where she skim. like a tbl g of life. i
and the moisture that ered.The
Snider announced P
cgs. Va., leaves this week for Hot was would come to; the eyes of the good as the efficient organist, and Miss Frances members of the St. Lucie Club There were aboard the launch Mr. and Mrs. Hempslead and children, and ''. .',

mother told the story of the emotions of Moore, a trained singer, leader. Mr. who still remain In St. Lucle, expect to i Mrs.. Horace Stokes Tattle Robinson, rllnn. Lily Carter, were calling on Mrs. ,
r. and Mrs. T. A. Snider entertained the heart within at this pleasant markof Ufford Hlne possesses a voice rich and be ready to return North, Thursday the S. A. Abbott, J. II, Hedl r. The soot hail and daughter, Saturday afternoon,
t and Mrs. C. B. Jefferson on Friday and effectlon. Everyone sweet, and Is quite an acquisition to the itftb. dent happened about mld-rlver, and was ,I
log i their esteem choir. The choir will rende some fine unfortunate. While In this condition the "Uncle llughle" was calling on Mr.\ tI 'IHalll..ln
tD' last the occasion being Mr. Jef- themselves thoroughly, and over Two Indian Chiefs have arrived In St. .
enjoyed anthems Easter Allen them but did take them and Ur. Wltlfeld, Monday at.t.rnsnn. ,
un'a Easter on Sunday.Ankona. punned not
wished! the honorable Lucie from the far West. They seem to '
I and over again In tow lining chartered and having Ha was, sorry to /find his good t '
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Hows Davis, of New York, who Is a lady many' fond returns of the day. be enjoying the sports here very much. board the Esrlanal Countess; Radnor, friend, the genial Doctor, suffering with \
tot It has not been leainnd when the other '
Augustus Pitou. Is enchanted and the Countess. of IH thorn. The heumatlsm. ;;

I ding> our the Island frequent and rains.climate, notwlth- Eden.The quite Indian fashionably Chiefs will dressed arrive., like They the appear pale Minnie reached her port after much de A. I.. Uruner, wife and daughter, '-::e 1

mother-in-law. Mrs. UDbrealli anllllle"8
Wing to the recent floods In LouisMr Charles Haeger: of Allentown, Pa., face. lay.Mr.. and Mrs. Oeo. E Sebilng gave a Miss!| Uurohflel\, went over to,the beach r I

Joseph Jefferson has abandon- card club was entertained by Mrs. president of the Allentown Cement Co, Arthur Jennings, of' Fort Pierce, has delightful afternoon party for their little at Ocean Friday: to spend a week or ,
its vUlt to his plantation. Conse- W. F. Wolfe last week. I I. visiting his brothers here. been placed In charge of the Ht. Lucie daughter, Ethel, Monday Mch Gird, at two In rest and recreation. I

otly, Mr, C. B. Jefferson is spared to'ntil Saeger Bros., are putting In electrical Club House. We congratulate Mr. Durham their pleasant winter home "JCthel- .
conducted Miss Winnie Dixon
Brown presented Mr. C.
Archdeacon B. F. on his making so !good a choice. The children entertainedwith 4 \
April the ninth. for lighting tbelr mansion, aiao more. were
services last Sunday at St. Paul's church. apparatus Mr. Jennings Is a reliable, trustworthy D. Prevatt with a mammonth guava ',' IfC ,
B. a windmill for pumping water and various games, and a launch' rideon .
Allen and C. B. Jefferson made whom have Saturday. It measured 1111&1 l\\ Inches
: man, we reasonto
Webb several youn-r I be Indian River after which elegant
and Mrs. S. F. spent awing wood. an
'I''Ho' Lake and weighed 10 ounces. It was of the b
Worth inlet, fishing, on believe will give satisfaction to all
of the with relatives at lunch was nerved In the dining e
rd the Mallard, Saturday, thence tore days the This school district has been fortunateto concerned.A room, the decorations) being of Spanish :! white, sweat variety, and a beauty. ,

Beach, and dined at the Club. re Stuart. secure the services of Miss. Frantz) an and cut /I.werll./ Those Mrs. Newman who has been bOardag!
tourist boat moss present
110 feet
ling home F. B Richards and family took a pleasant teacher from Iowa daughterof large long, 25:;
Joseph experienced ,
Sunday evening. to St. Lucie river laIC feet wide, to be elaborately: finished, were: Daisy Pick, Carrie Taylor Mme at the a"lCutlIouse, was. taken .serloiiDy -
''J Joined them on the fishing trip. sailboat visit trip Harry Thompson.J. our postmaster, to teach our school. and equipped with five propellers driven, Ilorlae, Allie Hughlotr., Elm Cook ill\ last week; tier husband was. sent

l Private car was sidetracked here on week, to P/-D. .token Is building a commodious by five electric motors, wljl) soon be Mazle Porcbar. Helen JefTrls, Myrtle andllelen for at once. lIe missed. connections and a ;

,iurday r!> bringing Mr.' A. G. Yates, B. Walker, of Orlando, and A. C. house on his plantation. He Is also commenced. The' boat Ii Is to he built for Paine. At 3 o'clock they returnedto did not get here until Monday morning, ,
','aent of the Buffalo, Rochester and Tisher, of Boston were pleasant visitors : Improving his orange grove and preparing Captain Richardson owner of the Silver their homes, carrying with them dainty he found his wife out of danger, but t ,
"b"erg railroad. Others In the party to this place the first of the week. : the ground to put in a few more King The boat will be about forty-five souvenirs as a remembrance of the till very sick. They have the sympn-.

r re Mrs, A. G. Yates, Mr. and Mrs.t4 Mrs. James Hudson, accompanied by acres of pineapples. feet longer than the Silver King. Of all happy occasion. thy of all In their sad affliction. They ,

Yates, Miss Teresa Yates, Mr. and her daughter and grandchildren, were the applicants to build the boat, the The entertainment *f the New Rock-- have found many kind friends among j 1 1
'I f- H Eaton, Miss Eaton and Mrs. lalllog In this place the first of the week. contract was given to the Indian RiverBoat ledge Hotel for the benefit of the Avllab trongers In a strange land. ,

Wood The day was spent at the Viking. and Launch Co., of St. Lucle. Library Fund, was well attended on last tIt
nesof Messrs. Fred and Russell Yates. Rev. F. W. Weatherwax will preach at Captain Chose wo not aware that the Thursday, of lost week. The *
program +
*'Mi, A G. Yates. the Congregational chapel next Sunday boat was to be built, until called on by I; was good/ one, and well carried out. Saves III LeJC. i "

i evening. It Fort andhEden C. T. McCarty and son, Dan, were In Captain Richardson. A look At their ,The special feature of the occasion was. P. A. Danfortb of LaGrange Go. J
divide It between Pierce town on business the other day. line launch and of the beautifully II: t
:More Itlote.'Isturbances in the the music by the orchestra, and the uttered for six months with a
reaching at the former place Mr. Strande expects to do some carpenter structed, and elaborately finished boats singing by Mrs. Blood, daughter of < sore on his leg; but writes, that % i iBucklen'
: of strikers are not nearly morning.We work at Eldred this week. for Senator M. S. Quay and his !son, Judge Nauobaffer, of New York. She Arnica Salve wholly cured It ''i
pave'elll as an |Individual| disorder. of the hope nobody will ask us this year Richard, was enough. Captain Chase has a line cultured voice and has excellent In live days. Fur Ulcers, Wound*, Tiles, a.' 1
T Overwork, loss of sleep, ner- season begins. We used A fine baby boy has come to bleu the and son Lionel, will go tp Cocoa to e
,I when the rainy control of It. C. It. Marsh commanded Its the best salve In, the world. Cure 'r ,
tension will be followed by utter but we think It began home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Helsetb. build the boat.COUGU .
apse, to think we knew, the attention of all who beard !uaranteed. Only 25 cts. Sold by allrugglst. -w;. q
t1atel unless a reliable remedy is IraW last year at the usual time, and forgot to Park Stanford and Mr. Daniels are letting him as) his Instrument unfolded the ro d .J ,

employed. There's) nothing stop. If this Is not a rainy season It IIIat on nicely with their gardens SETTLED ON HER LUNGS. mance. The orchestra, consisting of I
ITgr'ant to cure disorders of the Liver moist. had terrible ,Fred Stout C. I). Marsh violinist
kidneys least well My daughter a cough pianist; e
[ Mr. Ericksen Is doing In the fish Irayliif.Draylng .
as Electrlo Bitters. It's ;
nderrill and his mother and sister which settled on her longs," says \. and Mel Wilson ccllolst; Is a 'very
Edison business and enjoying good health.
the J tonic, and effective nervine Tvery delightful party who have Jackson Danville, Ill "We tried a able one, and they are each beautiful '

down greatest all around medicine for at the Netherby, left, Mr. and Mrs. Mosquito and relative i great many remedies without\ relief, nn- players In their art. The ladle of the or hauling of alt I Inds prompty .' ] I
.. Rheumatism IYlltemll. It dispels Nervous-, w'nt the Beacon for Palm Beach for a who have spent the last ton summer til we gave her Foley's Honey and Tar Avllab are thankful and appreciated the attended to. Meats all trains. Stove g' I' 1 ,

!tlt> Malaria and Neuralgia and short stay night before, leaving for their home months here, have decided to spend the which cured ber. Refuse substitutes. help thus given them by one and all In wood supplied

<*''> germs. Only SOc, and Island. coming summer with as again. Sold by B. K. Wilson' Son Titusville. their. way. The receipt aggregated $:]0. AUJuD: 1IADLST, TUnsvUle. I r
guaranteed by all Drug at. OD Long



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hand played the deud marcn In -Saul;: !;t IS PARADISE REGAINED! r.f.?'

f and Thoinpwon. at the bead of the firing I ',Itoo;; ,laI!
u squad{ marched around tbe three I nj' ;tJ

1 sides of the quore< with the coffin In
which be was to be !Inclouod carried Immediately fr..a FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY JJ
C aa behind him. Reaching tbe \ I
the cotlln waa set down.
Thompson open spare seated himself on the end\It LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan 14 19

It. facing the tiring !sued about twelve ,, ,r 4pF ,
puces distant The death warrant was ;v, R .OUTH80UN -READ DOWN. N0RTN8OUNI4.REIDO

i, read and thexchuplain tied his handkerchief .' :. Spp Ff No.OB No.3S No.29 No.23 No.SO NO.-79
over the prisoner's eyes. 1 '4t' Dally. naUy. Dally. Dally. Dally Dnlly. naliy
.11H wu u'IJt'1J ThouipMon' curious to note If a W :IDellyII

he would hear the reports of tbe muskets ',' n 137 5 p O 40 T 66 a Lv.JacksotlV1 le.A T 110 n 7110 1'1 7 to I 1es3i 1
that killed hlw. Presently I beard Y't' ll +, cy4 yOGr e. .. .. 0454 ... .... .110. Jack.on.Ule.Lv 74111 T83p Iii
r .1 eOO".8t..o\ugu tino. 840a
book 8201"
Our money winning the llcutennnt'H low voice: 'Ready! IItllv..1I00.10M. 1128 .. .... Hsa.laga! ..... ..... .. II tll' e'OPe.I! eJ'
who know tell 040 .. .E.Palatka.. .. .
11 written by men Aim! KlreJ?: ,p foie' 'a4Op1t44n: 65da sBDpy6841_ I, act"'
r y e .. 15 01S :..Palatka ..Av ... ---.I
all about ... 8 16 P' 11 a II 001 II
you In the nest Instant Thompson toppled I........ IIO6p1107I1006s"4r63pI .1..IMk.... ..Ar .. .I I SGOj .

buck Into his collln u deud man. ... .. .. an l"',.. ----:.:. The reports of the mimUeta be never r I. 7051' . '" E 13 atr. .. .. Mateo.. ..IvAll I.806n., il-B8fJ/-e-O. /, $ ; C5"'

heard "us I saw him swiftly fall over A- ..... .. .. ... .. v . pl--- --'.::..!
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They are needed hy every man before. I heard the jClIIIII' crack and soI tr o .. 13 t1 .. .Dupont. ... t 201' .
who owns a field and a plow, and I settled. this dlsputtdobit( to my own nul' Slip 110p1047. ...Ormond. ..... .tiea 3ta" tC3PI '
the most out -l A48p. 3t5p l 3I'IOlltla..D..ton... ...... 12111. 3'SI' ODIjd
who desires to get oatNT'ictlon. and to that' extent tbe execution ; : .. .. 18 p. ..Por&Or.nge.... ....... 801p..t 4441,
of them. of TliompHOii IntereHted mo and P. Z 1910 4 bp 1831' 7150 ....:N..w rillun.... O td a 313 4 8ap, s'3f 1
They HtifrH, Send poital card. Post. ::1 .... .. .. .. 183 {. ... .. ...: .. dmL 81111'Scii
no won -\Vanhlngtou 1011. 000 .081 1801 .....ltnsrille..0o0s. .. S18i'
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.OFIIWAW.... .RAM WORK"Klrml. ><." VorbA.ccented I I ....... .. ... 851. .. . .. .Ovens ..... ........ 140p. :
/ .1 > I, ARK TAKING ........ 01101 p ato i 12001' ....Rnekledito. ..... ........ 1301' 3171'1 ( i"P.J
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ,7:J ........ 8801' 4 801' 1 841 ..... .. ..... ........ 13 80 p DS:
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tri-Weekly Sailings S .. 088p 83" lU .....Melbonrne. .,.. ........ 13tl 10S1 i11 j
because the formula Is plainly ...... ... .. .. .... .....8"b&.tt..n .... ........ U OLI' .
Tonlo that it Is ..... .. ... ... I OTpp ..... .. ..... Lu'to..... .....1tUo.
printed on every bottle showing NEW YORK. a 4 7 a 145 I' e 06 11.0 I' ..... Ft. Pierce ..... 1216 a 11 IIi n lUII,1 3''Jq DO
Free and slmgly Iron and Quinine In a. tasteless BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and .....t.. ........ e 0D J. ........ .......Tlbbal.......... ....... 10 I" .,.
No cure Ko OOcts.Aeronnloil ........ ........ 33 1 .... ........ .... ........ 10 loT . ', ... ..
: ( Masons. To.-m. pay. C. both ) ........ ......? a 33l" ....... ...... ...den' .... .. 10 ua" .. .....
Calling at Charleston, S. ways ....... ......... II 47 i ........ ..... .. B .... ........ 10/:10.: : .. ... .
For" No.21S .... 7113 1' ........ ....Hobe bound .. .. ...... U bOa .. :
11111'III'II-1'b"I' 'IM'" $In \'f'ra. I neveixnw The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe Drl..7. A WeeiJupiter.': ..: 040.. k
,, 40 '; 80 p 816 p .r".p4I: Poinciana..10 20'p 8 55 n 'l1 o5 IDai1180a
I fad!an No. 90Tltusvllle nnyliody who could stand the IllIOa a tO 8 88 4 3S r.y..Th" Breakers.. 101'1'' 8 Oa 11 00., 110 n9 -
( hnrd knocks ot 'Ilrp be He'ti and Southern 'Lines. 8S II II 6.9 a a tIS I' 8 30 I' 4 to .Ro'all'olnelana.Ar 10 CO I' 8 40 n )0 10( o 1 u I !:
as can. a Clyde New England 94b. 606a 011II1' 8 tOp' 1I0i .W.l'alm Bea.ob.Lv 11031' SBOa 10 too IU
River i p ,, mil of iron.BoarsThnt. Direct Service Between 1014 .. ..... ........ 9oop .,...... ...... .,. ..... ..... 1101111. .. ..... I''
027 u .... ... ........ 910 I' ........ ....... ..... ? ...... ..
Florida. accounts for It. 1 and all Eastern Points It Oil. ........ .... ....10001. ....... ....FE1aDellriauderday e... .. .. .::;:;
Lodge thought hi looked rather rusty.-Boston Jacksonville Boston Providence 11 25.. ....... ..... 10 up. ....... .....n..llandal.. .. .........?. 6 54u... .. ......:: I
HIIII, Ito mmtinicK the K ncinil and fourth Krl- 1143 .. .10 41 P' .... .,' .. .
day of niwli, : month, a t.1I'IP'roolll.ln.II.! .." River )'I'U nlcrlpt. (Calling at Charleston, S.,c., both ways) 11M. B 10 w11 101S0 o 6 10 ": A .Len'onCity..8. : 8.W.jj'p'p'i I I
Hotel Tltim tile, at I,tan: u'ulork p. in. SAILINGS .
.J. L. Carrutlter WoMhlj.rul .M.-wier. TO CURIO A COLU IN ONE WAY Hniithbnund........ ... .. ... . . . .. .. .. .from I...WMI Wharf Boston Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustin
I IS.'T. W.H. .it.ilnr Carroll.,.Inillor Him lor Wariltm.TVirden. Take Laxative Bromo t ulnlne Tablets.All Northbound. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. .from r cart of Catharine Street Jacksonville

J. M. ill xoa, Tr | surer drugKlnln rbfund the money If it fallsto I .TACKSONILLEJ TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

.r.,,. F A.. Muritaii OlmplHln., t'aorelary I cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on St. Johns River Line. No.31 No,31I, No.15
Bniwii :: Clyde No. 23 No. 27 No. 29 No. 36 No.43 Dally 1Ial1y No.93la
J. It. Walker Mentor lieaoon. each box 2.>cts. I I I I I ) I, lit
d+ .1'.. M.W.Taylor,140n1or Rnliurta. .liiiuor Steward.l)au..,on.V. \ (DoHary Lino.) Dally. V..11. V.Uy. Daily V"'ly. Mon E. 1\on.Ex( I Laby." I )1"xt.. I D&1
Her Call.
1 1 fK. A. LoNlny, Junior Steward. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLK: AND-SANFORD. L.. J""kloo.W"" TMs i 1:0 00 040. Ilnl! P p 88 I' topaCS811pt, ,",
( ...\1.. II:. EiiKllxll, Tyler. "I rap l Into town today to do some Stopping Palatka Actor, St. Francis Henmroril,l (OalJinU, intermediate \\nA- ArSi.Auguelno BMs)100. ) a''l03ts lISp 1130" 3311) 001' J 80SI' IGjII II

shopping. d<>ar," said Mrs. Subbubs Inns nu the StJohn'4liver. ST. AUGUSTINm 1'0 JACKSONVILLE.I .
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\ :, entering her busbuud's office and STEAMER "()l'l'Y OF ,JACICSO VILLl:"

CARPS, THEN ..DEATH.A I"- 19 APPOINTED TO SAIL. .. .AS. ..FOLLOWS. .. Sundays: Tiiemlay and T3nr lay. I, No. 98 No 02 Dully No16No.38 I Dally. No.38 flatly I No. 44 No. 30 No.
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Leav Toot Catherine Street JaokRonvlllo 8::JU p. in I I 7411"
-; "I see! be interrupted, "and you' Just leave Banfonl DHIOa. in... ... .., .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .. ..'MoltdayslVrdneedlaysandFridaysSouthboundI Nortulnmnd.Iloati Daily. DaUy. Mun.Ex. 8.n.Ex. 8un.E. fla11y 1'ly.. >> I ILv.I )
ran In here because you ran out/ HClIUOUIjIS
./ DOOMED DESERTER WHO CLAYED down. : Read 11 p G.AulCUltlno I 840" IIOas III a J"" lit "').. 11210 I' 8 t 0' C20p'Slos ii
"Ran out? Leave 8 30 p. m. .. .... . ....JArKSOVVILLK' .... .... . .........Arrive 2.00 ..10 Ar.J.ekson vlllo. I Ibi 1\ 90011 141Sa III 1 1> 40 l' P 710r 730p,743 II Ir
POKER. AND WON. "Yes; of money." Philadelphia 8.4Sp.m.. . ... .. ..... .. .. ...PALATKA .. ... . .. ... .... .... Leave 8. 8.Ha.tii.. . ... .. ... AftTOR .. .. ... .... .. .. .. 2.30 p.m SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
Press. ______ __ ...30..11I.... ... .. .. ...... .R.r.FItAS'.IR... .. ... .. ... ....... .. 1.'0 p."
'" .o.AII a Preliminary His ISsecntlon ..... ... ... ... .I1EHhMFUItUIDaLAND.: ( ) .... .. .... .,.. .... .. .. 12.IH n'n
Tourists Try Comfort. ArnveS.30 a. m.... .... .. .... . ..... SANI"'RI| |> .... ... . .... . 9.30 a.1Il'pI SANFORD BBANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCK.No. .
f II.. lint Ills Winnings DistributedAmo.E It Is what Its name implies. If you .. .. ...... ENTb-IU'UISK ....... .... .. ... .. 10.00..10 I.No.tZ 'No. .No. I'No.II.1t
the Members of the SfltiaJ B7A7IOxe.
are troubled with your bladder, kidneys Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. D.IIy_ f 1)Iz.Dally'! Daily I I DolIIDoJ
1 That Shot Him to Doath. rheumatism or heart trouble, take Com tOIl ......... Titu"villo....... pO p
, fort. It Is pleasant to take and harmless.All r. M. IRONMONGER AsHt Gen Pa". *. 204 Went Hay St.,JankHonvllle. Fla. T1a ............ .. .....,.....A.I 07p 15 p 10 lOa L..N'.8myro..Ar 1 I CO
I "It la a curious fact, snld a member JR. Agt. Jaoknonvllle. .83. IS........... O.t.en ............A.r 1111:1: a IS 9p I 11111 a I L.. Lake He en Ar12lipIMa
COcts bottle. B. R. Wilson THO9. D. Ix>oal Frt.Agt. JaekHonrllla. O. P. LOVKI.L Aunt. Hupt. i
S of CompTiuy A Third Maryland druggists: a HALKY JOHN. L. liOWARD.8ul.rilltendent. Foot Hoiran Ht..Jacksonville, Fla.A. ......,... .......... .' .. 580 \\.1\ SOsLvOrangoClty.Ar124D&i&
& Hon agents; at Titiisvllle. For O. HAOKHTY, n..n'IE""I'n Pan*. ARt. New York ('LYDE M II.NK, den. Frt. Agt.; New York. .. ... .. /J..n'.rcl ..... ...L.' 10011 515 p 11Sa1r.. CII) Ju..L. La to
, t 4'UJat military execution bad a peculiar further particulars/ write your troubles THEO. O. KUKK. General Manager. WM. P CLYUIC.a CO.: Oaneral Agents. 9 lit
No. II
, : fascination for men who were dally to the Afoo Chemical Co., Jacksonville, Cheaebroitgb HullditiK. 1U State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York. sun No. n I fatAYPOBT :BBANOH. I Dally ((1)i

Fla.) _ C. If. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvllle, Fla. Only Dally
accustomed slain
to nee hundreds In ?rW .8 p v. ... ... .. ....... .. Jaoll.on.llle .................... ..Ar salls' I !
yattle. Men who shovel a breastwork'In The fool s'ts down and worries about .- 11 oa 463p A.....,,,..,,..,,...., 80uth Jaeksonvill. .................. ..L. 81'.1.It n
: trench full of slain comrades '0 .1 at p I Ar ....................Pablo B..ob....................... ..Lv t o.
on a the living the world owes him but the 8 U p A...........,......,.....Atlantic Beach......................Lv t 45. I$4
tend chow hardtack or eat "aIt pork wise guy bustles around and collects SE. .B<> I> -646 P Ar.. .. .. .... .. ......... .May-port ... .. ..... ....... .... ...Lv 730a U

while nt the Job with a cnltoimiieHS tbe Interest on tbe debt. Chicago Trains do not stop at statlo';e opposite which no time Is shown.
which only Such frequent nceni'8 or oo News AIR LINE RAILWAY. Those T'me Tab'..iiiihOTr icurrt'iicvg would make possible In the from the n-voral' stations but their .\valor departure at the Ones stated II not sums'
und nor ..s the Company hold Itself reapoiiglb e for any delay or any conaequeace in*
I diutunn heart tiecauit' pecullarlr scnaU For CoiiHtlpntloa IiullfrcstlouTry -FOR- the froll\.
tl( tire and nllvpto the solemn parade a bottle of our world's )laxative Afcolets -
Jinil formalIIleu ors military execution. at all druggists: B. )t. Wilson & SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at IliaBETWEEN :

II, -" Hon agents; for Tttusvllle or mailed to WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
( I(;; 11) our regiment we n private'aoldler ......
of Ktcts In ... HAVANA AND NASSAU.For .
l', gen traced to be shot for denert.Ing any address on receipt stamps.Address MIAMI. KEY WEST.
; ,' The A'co Chemical Co., Jack- Three Elegant Trains Dally .
{ to the oneai.v. Ills imiue was bonvllle. schedules of Peninsular & Occidental) ask agent of F E.C.B
__ _________ Steamships any
and lie to Com-
.t t Thompson ImloiiKei/ ) Seaboard New York Limited.
, ) puny I.:. This aunt Tl.oiiipnoii had dt-- One of tbe hard things to under J. D. RAHNER, ,Asst. Gen. Pass Agent, ST. AUOUSTIXE.::;

ii'+ exerted off vrtlettp pimt onu nl :ht and stand Is bow such nice grandmothers Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. .

some two tnontlm ul'lcrward l'nme Intoour as everybody has ever could have been

1 lines, where members of bill own motherlulaws.WEEDS. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. IF YOU WANT A... _
be I The Seaboard New York Limited Is a vt-mibuled train composed exclusively of
company Impiwneil to on picket ,
lury Tbomp+nll did not calculate on Pullman Equipment!: : ,Dlninp:\, Compartmont, Drawing Room, Sleepers and Obaer-
vatlon Cars, operated solid HC AneiiHtlim and Jacksonville to New York via Washington
.this. Hla Idea In ruining In won to stir! ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10: p. m. and Jiicknouvllle at 1:20::.! p. m. South Lot '
render ..01 a Confederate soldier, and bo .Building
bound thin trAIn U known an the Srsilmaid Kloilda Limited. .. ,
.ttent north. It linpprnod near to tint ONLY LINE Operating Dolly 'Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
AVelJon railroad where our division of
the Nluth corps) wee then posted. Of For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

course, on being roeognl/.ed. he was Consumption is a human Seaboard or write LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

f( taken martial to was lieadijuarterH Immediately, convened.and n court It weed flourishing best in weak A, O. MACDONELL, Astt. Oen. Puss. Act. Jacksonville, Florida. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDE

1 l leaked. out somehow that Thompson lungs.,. Like other weeds it's ---- -- .. --- -- -- .--- ----- Ve probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

' was not the humble soldier he seemed. destroyed while Settlers there Is room. II JOu
easily young ; are flocking In but still

P I, had lint a been Confederate an ollk-or oftlccr In tbe and United spy.. States lie when old sometimes im Atlantic Coast Line R'y. looking this way, drop a line to

before the He I't'lIlglI'cllllll1 i possible. .
imvy war I JAS. E. .INGRAHAM 3rd Vice.Pre<,ident,
went !south where he secured the commilsslon ,
Strengthen the lungs as
; you
of colonel of Infantry FLORIDA! EAST COAST R'Y,
"B lngr a Marylander of family efforts would weak land and the The Great Through Car Line from Florida. FL
were wade to save his life but Inn weeds! will disappear.The I. lo..idn'M FnUUHIM r.l..niJl ST.
his relatives feared todisclose -
quiet way us
best lung fertilizer is.
his real Identity for fear he .
) 'would bo hanged na n spy. Instead of Scott's Emulsion. Salt porkis "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL.

11 shot all a deserter Friday, the day good too, but it is very hard. Between St. Augustine and New 12-.0: Yoik. Leave St. Augustine 11:10 a. m.; Jacksonville SOUTHERN RAILWAY
: p. m dally except Sunday
net for execution In the Army of the
to digest. ,
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I'otoninc came around 1 too soon for

TbompHon' and his relative The night The time to treat consumption "CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

previous he hud been Informed that ull is Between St. Augustine and l Chicago and St. Louis. Leave St. Augustine:\ 8 a. m., In ConnectIon with Florida East Coast Railway Effective January 14,1dlt !(:

Ii efforts bad failed nt Washington. I when you begin tryingto Jacksonville 0:05: a. m. These trains: ore the n'lmlard of perfection In passenger t -- ---

, tvas on Kiinnl duty over him, and my hide it from yourself. service consisting of Pullman Vestlbuleil Drawing-Room, SleepIng 3.01NorJiNo,341BK7'WEENJACKSONVILLEANUNEIYYORK I I I > ': I No.thlN1)y. : ''

ill brother was one of the detail of twelve Others it won't. Compartment:, Lining and Observation Cars. 1 : rap 3 4S a Jacksonville.. 9Is. -Houtbero: 9 20 a'' l NP: ;
see you 12: MP/I:1 i / 20p I U MI'I, Lv&van"ab.lla .Southern n..IIW..Ar'' //I loa 10. 5 I
( mien selected as the firing! squad. My Don't wait until can't To the WEST MONTGOMERY, leave St. Augustine 0:10 p. in., lackson- 0 : .0 .a 92111' A.Charl..tte.N.C. Southern 111101' 420a"

brother didn't like the Job. and came you villa 8 ::05 p m, Day Conches and Pullmnn Sleepers. 5251: III ., .. I 855a I Arfteh"rondV* ..? Solhern Ita way Lv 12dq, _

to the tent where I was ou guard to deceive yourself any longer. 9 11II1' tU lb a 1 AI. a Ar'\Yaahingkrn. ll. C. Railway. ".J.v 1051a a :1)I..pp/le T 1
consult with me how to get out of It. Begin with the first thought "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED." 113111'. II 11a IlIIOR Ar\tl\ltlr..ore., 1id. ....J..nnlylvaolaK.y. J.v l 62'11:111I1. \ ti'' .'
: I.5p 1112a: ArPhdudelhlaPa 3 11.14: : PI, '
Thompson. overheard! our conversation, to take Scott's Emulsion. If Between Jacksonville and New York. Leave St. Augustine 0:10 a m Jacksonville 13 a 4 1.1 I I Ar New York .. .. ....Pennnylvan/a/ ... I.v I 1210512.I --I!" i
and knowing lilY brother by name, be I 8:35: a. m., carrying DAy Coaches and Pullman Drtiwlng-Koom :Sleepingand N.o.31and31-< "The&nnhernlhlm L ; leave' ; '

broke lu: 'Say, Tip, you must not back it isn't really consumption so Dining Cars. cel't Nas.29 fllto" ""and., 30-=" 01.11:1"Washington alld M-"N..w allll York Florida andFiondaExpress.. LlllIlte.I." Dsly) DailyDining -'

out I want you In the squad as I much the better ; you will soon "ATLANTIC COAST TINE: EXPRESS." Between Jacksonville and New Yoik. _Nn,61 1 No. 131 1 JItotwoeo.Jank.nnvllle and flm North .anil Went. |_N" 1-1-3,

know you are u dead shot and will it and be better for the I..eaveIt.. Augustine 0:10: p. Jacksonville 8:05! ; p. m., carrying Day 9 W a 7 40p Lv ",Jaukitonvltla Fla .Souther Hallway ... .-.ATJv. 8 JOa !III''
cave me from the sergeant' forget Coaches and Pullman Sleepers 3 Bftp 304)5 ArMacon, OaAr ...,.... . .. Houttern Railway .. .. ... I l I" a l 61
If it is 6 lOp 520a Atlanta. .. ... ... . .. .. .Lv 10 M pliO
FRAN KC. 80"tJomH.ollway.
treatment. Commercial
W. D. Tra
BOYL8TON Agt. Pass. .t
"It was the practice for the sergeant consump- STARK Agt. 10 45p tt 4A a Ar Chattanonira.. Ten.... .... Honthern Railway ........ ..Lv 6 I''P fI'
tt It the tiring squad failed to kill the tion can't to be- 1 IMS West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. 7 Ma _7_a-ip .. .. Queen A: Creweiit. .... ... .Lv 81. l a --
ly .doomed man with a volley to place the you expect U. M. EMERSON:' Traffic Manager.; W. J. CRAIG Gen'l. Pass. Agent.WILMINGTON. Sea 8 3Ap L.V Clncilunatl .. ....... .. . I Ar'Ina la'
muzzle of bin ride against the tcaiple cured at once but if you will N. C. -L _710 a Ar Chicago, 111...... .. .... ]Jlg.our..J... ..... .. ." 83f1P .
; in 9 in a 3.1 p I.Clnctaril Ohio... ...... LineA .... Ar 8 45 a 4630p
time and will be .
of the prisoner uu "After Tip bad consented tbe officer rigidly regular in your treatment -s .10: f -8 4A-a Lv Cincinnati I Ohio ............ -- --.JO. I*
I. of the guard permitted u. to play card i lI D6 J"! 7 as Ar Chicago, 111.\ .. .. .... .. Cllal-l\fonou..L.... .. 3 (Mp- 18Tt
with the prisoner. lie bad a roll of you will win.Scott's 'l:. alar- B 2t)a 9 P Lv .lnclnnatl.Obl.. .... ........ .C H& Michigan. Central ArC f 6S a' rr41u
2 2Op 5 10 a Ar Toledo. Ohio.... ., ... H Michigan Central Lv wl'
bill, and we were soon lu a stiff poker Emulsion, fresh air, f _730_a_ Arl_triilt, Mich.... .. .". ."...C II Jt: D-Michigan Central I 1/1" 00-t.a.'f/J J*

;';. *;ame. Two guard, Including myself rest all all Is a veritable dragon of tll-healtb B: a S OOp LvClllclll1latl.Ohla......... .. Penn"ylv nlaIJnaa., ... .....Ar 31SJ.. "
toy brother Tip and Thompson comS 'ou can, eat you more physical wreck. than probably Ii leave. In Its patD .!. ..J!!.. _S /MJj, Plttatmrif Pa ... .. .... .. 1>..onHylv.nlaUn........... .. LV' T*

>os< d tbe quartrt. Wit played until can, that the treatment andthat's ease Iss'tlllsrtoAmerlrena any other one die. : ;:: a Y 30 p Lv Cincinnati, Ohio .. .. .... ... Rig Four......... .... .. .. Ar 810 a I >
D 4 of the WHY? blmi.Ly berauseupon the Ant lodicatlon _..J!.. _d 45_ a ArClo.oland.Oblo. .. .... .. ... Blif Fonr.. .... ,.... ........Lv 930J.in4A- -I Ije a
stray daylight. and Tbouipsou skinned the best treatment.We y q/llolne.malady or hut the sy.tem is usually swur g01I! wits T 30 a 5 30 p v Lexln ,, Ky .... ......., Southern Rallw..y.. ... ..... Ar I
the patty of every dollar lie had Don't deadly mloorallom.1 1096a t16p ArLnulsillaKy.... ... ... lIo..tb..rnRaIl-1.....".. .. 74ea Ti
U phenomenal luck and watched theKarne will send .-' ascee.eryeither.Do .t. We It's tlU."I.1I1".raaCeo D..rou.. h laD" a' all ...p732a: Ar 8t Lool. \10........... ... .. Southern Hallway............J.Lv lp -ootp"- _, ._ .:
youa . > Lv Lexington, K v T".. .... .... Southern Railway... ...Ar.. I 104 I
closely. little of the Emul- HERBINEII. .. .. .. I sop .LonI..U"'. K7............... .. Penn I van la Lines........ .t. 740. I '....
',; "In the afternoon be was to die and sion free. .. ... TWk: Chicago, III.................. l'en..yl..n'.LI..M......... 8.*dalllrf'Sundays ). s "
about noon be asked to see the lieutenant IItftl1lftn..1 arrive
say er amh,4a ? dally "'
......... form r. Y dale "
PU"ly V.nIDIr
II. u NOII.13.nd .
r thai this In 14-"Th Florida Limited "
dirt .
of the firing squad. Handing the picture
t'i,s fotm of a label. on the errm.d ealom.l-ant..Y.u liver bld..nd of --"aI'r: ; ::: No. .TET irougli: Land of the flk '... JfoTS No.6 No. 13 .1Ie&.:,..-.11I.'5'K 4t-
him divide
officer $;)01). be asked to It mnm.ea T
wrapper fcumUwa. of every boltle ol .500 awe bottJ.. All DruggL s.oual.a..... 65p IEV'it.acktt00Y1110' k. k>y....Ar 2 92aaTf-1tti; .' .Ar 1
equally among tbe men detailed to you buy. 2 ?sex ....80. RT ...Ar 5 10* a Mp a 01'& Ar .. "Li
1 .hoot bJui. SCOTT & BOWNE / J!0p Ar Anherllle ....toRy t. 4 oop elOp A r chamiRyR7'.. 1i 8ti"' "
"The division drawn and 23TpArNotSpHngsSo.R.Lr124da: : II 8 a 11 ."". At ( : !!
was up Chemists 1 e S0. Ar Cincinnati... farmed three side of a square, the 439! Pearl St., N. Y. .. 7 41. AV Kansas C/tf...PrlsetrNo.
r fourth sidle being open, where tbe grave ..H and U.Tb. Florida TJmlt.0." Dally. Dining _re.

of Tbouipnou was freshly dug. The 5oc and It; all druggists I "XVILSON SOX. II. F. CART Diet. Pass. Agt., 108 \V. Bay St. Jacksonville' f1'


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oOf""O\ RIVER: : :: ::aO'JEL: : : :: t I 1 r

' .....-:I:.. TITUSVILLE,. I v, World's Famous Hotel Victory, i


Put-in- Bay Island, Lake Erie, Ohio. 'J:
O. BAST, Pro.rletor.DUCK 4
91'u (
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r- r and FISHING ?
The views show just a few of the many environment posed by this, the Oicutest anti (Frand4st1r
;> '* Kates 1 I : $J 50 per day.
; J k of all Summer Hotel. It I III renowned tho social standing$ of ltd patrons, dimensions, excellence ;;,
110 aud $12 )lul week :
of food, service, and the lavish amusement of IU guest Situated l on a Inrge Island In mid-lake, in' L:
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JACKSONVILLE.JNDSOU h l"e a+ ,may a park of twenty-onr.iciea| of shaded lawn. The scenes and envliouments are enchanting! conducive ;

of rest and comfort. :
If you send your address we will mail you our souvenir folder, rate card and toctnmonUI book. ,
.rACiK';()NVIr.LE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S They are VERY ATTUACT1YK I and the rates nro most 10 'itonablo. Address, :

':I:'. W. McCREARY:: :: Gen_ : ; '; \\11'
:t Ii,

s Toledo Ohio. 'i ,

'fywr Au N .. ,
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A ter Juno 1st, If 0 ., Put-lu-Bay, Ohio.
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-C,' i' P'y r .' .
I Part of South Fionr. Hotel Vlotoif.iclnii Luke Kile showing 1
"l4 A y I Nntaroilnm in foieutonmt Season f r r
a A1S Open .,
,: y'''$ 1' l i
5 of 1903
1 !1
fevyr 1} Si 4a

'11 Jane 18th ,

Why not spend
1 a

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I I Ir
T HoteVictory ,lh
Opposite postoilloe. Centrally located.: Thoiougbly repalied and 10Inovated. -
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" Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . ?
A i.sual, morning sumo nt the bunt houses llotnl Victory guests startingfor

I II Rites 12.50 per day and up. e Plaza and! Tel'l'RcedVltlk to Lake for spin on the Hay, .
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t B.V.. SPERRY, Proprietor ItCJJ I:Ig. \VI'S": I'A1.1i IIEACII;
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STMORELAND HOTEL, West'. Bay' and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Hotel Indian River, ROCKLEDGE, FLA. The Palms, VVKST: PALM BKACII, FLA." f

AND COTTAGES. OPEN': JAN IOTA A large, homo-like hotel, well appointed and; bountifully located, giving the'
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened of the Situated LAKE
comforts without the cost morn expensive on" on
JUST THE PLACE WORTH oppoNlte the I Royal rolucliun Ho el. White wnltrossem.! Eleotrlo
tills season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water
HOME OF THK ORANGE. Rolls Good Fishing, Hunting and Boutlnif. Rates. *2. *:J LO and |3 per

Bathe, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED, HOTEL: HEHR.ACCOMMODATIOVS ,!ay. Special rate by the week. TILE: PALMS, West Palm Beach

I street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. FOR! r()0 GUESTS. l'AI lU It 12 AII. '


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HAMMANT & CO, Pioprtetois. A, L. MARSH, Manager. j ItT ,

AcoomiDodateH fiOo. Located Palm Beach
proper, butweou the Ocean and Lake, ,Worth.
Remodeled under new management. Rooms en suite with private baths : : ; I Within a minute's walk of I lie Palm Ueaoh Railway -
Mora sun exposure than auy hotel In St. Augustine./ Located on tbe Plaza r PlazaHotel. Station and ltoyall'olncli.nlOarllenll.. Rate, )
M. B. MONTGOMERY, Owner and Propr.iluestia .
I $:.) 00( per day and upward Hultes with private

(louse, Saratoga Springs. I II s" bath extra Booklet and weekly rates on applU
I INDIAN RIVER, :ROOhClodgo.: F1a. :
cation. Opens December 20th.

san "
Overlooking the ocean. This bouse Is under the management J. Richards, A handsome modern hotel, locutnrt on the bunks of the famous Indian
from Ohio, and will remain open until May th. Everything homelike and River, In the midst of an 80,acre bearing orange grove. Steam beat In
com.ortable. American J. RICHARDS. I I every room, unite with bath; filtered rainwater; location ccpceded by 'THE TTTRfSCiriS. UNDERhNEW' MANAGEMENT.
plan. II'' everyone the best In Kockledge; East Const Railway\ depot In the hotel .
grounds. Oranges free to the guests. rlborallllanllgement and rates. Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. Excellent
I Accommodations for 21"< ). Tab)... Courteous: bervlce. Home Comfort Rates, ....r..' per day and upwards -
MAGNOLIA SPIUNGSdnOII'a I S. If. PECK, Manager., I Flist-Cla Restaurant attached to hotel.A. .
r l Snninifr Ronort-Th* Now Arlington Ifnl..I, l>lo k..y, Mich. lMu\tng' resort W. KIUTHCH, Proprietor.
<>C the Ureat....1<... UIMIII June tu Uutolier.t'j j

Springs Hotel, MAGNOLIA(St. hnssRier.FLA.) i> I :Beach. Club Cafe.Incorpolared. .

:.:8 miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Const Line R'y., and river steamr .
<, Opon fireplaces In all roomv. Steam heat. Elevator. Electric Lights (I .)
ji Pure spring water. Dry climate No lDolfultoellVellkept Golf course. New Rockledge Hotel KOOKLEDGE, KLA.
fenale and baths $!.CO<)) day Palm. Buuch the north.
Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools per INDIAN RIVER Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclana, on
feal weekly rates O.D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. ,

------- Situated In midst of full bearing or"npeCrove; / overlooking Indian River, Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.

ENTEnPIUSI Unexcelled, bunting and fishing Casino, Billiard and Bowling. Livery. i .

Steam Heat, and many unites with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by first- Flrwt-Ciass Chef, Cuisine anti Mel vlc.
IOCK ENTERPRISE, FLA. class.oicliBittra. Rates, :1.00: per day and. uf>wHr HOUSE, On Lake Monroe January 20th. i :pr1.-v.a"to: :x>1.n.Ln.g: :JarJ.ors .
II. R. SHAKES:: Proprietor. I (
Tourists going to or returning from the East Coast can break journey( here, Orders! received for Dinner Parties of any number' all bourn.MIAMI. .
sail) Clyde Steamers on the picturesque &t Johns! stop at Enterptlse., Summer Hotel: New Weir, Lake Wlnnlpesqukee, N. II. .. .. --'
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I'irst-class accommodation for either casual/ visitors or families wishing to . -- -

Florida.enjoy the beauties of the locality, and the very best hunting A. s. BENISON and fishing: In Mi;Kit ITT, MerrlttH hl Jld. .

Riveryiew ON INDIAN( RIVER, ,
8EABRECZR. Hotel MERHirr, FLORIDA. Remodeled end Enlarged. Newly. Furnished. Centrally Located.E. : .'
A. KOK.HSKI.L: Proprietor
Health and No better Hunting i
On High Pine Land. comfort sport. _
and Fishing In Florida. Sulphur Swimming B. th. Fine Yachting.
he Colonnades NOW OPEN. Now Open. E. CRUSIUS, Proprietor. ICILY AVIHT. \ j

SEABREEZE, (Daytona) FLA. ___ _. .. __-, H _. .-
The Jefferson KEY WEST, FLA. j
JES'SJ.SnA.. j
FOR RATES, BOOKLETS, ETC., ADDRESS: Center of_Pineapple Delt. !':. I'. VINING, Manager IfJA:4. .
Stopover allowed on all Havuna. tickets via 1'. A O. B. S. Co. .. "
CHAS. A. CKKIGHTON, Manager. prettiest location on Indian River Larye, beautiful ground Near .
the Ocean. Fine Fishing. and Hunting. Term. reasonable. Letters and '
LlIEt Telegrams reserving room will receive prompt attention. :
JOHN.,S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. .

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he WEST New, Modern. First-clan. 'Bu meet all\ Steamer. natee, '::1.0'1 pet day
Inn .SEABREEZE, FLA. and upward*-.Commercial Special. :

HOTEL LaGRANGE LaGrange Columbia Hotel .._-. -- -. --. -----.

Direct Ocean Front and Park Avenue.ARVERNE .
the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new manalt&- Fronting Lake Worth. THE BELMONT ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
meat Best by the week and for the season WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. !: BY THE SEA, L. L Opened November 10th.
Northern Service. Special rate On the west shore of Tampa Bay. Tbe most healthful winter resort city In the I'Atate
C1aren'loD Inn base meet all train at Daytona Station. Address the Claren- Now Open for Gue.U. Grand Opening; on Decoration Day. On high< ground pore water, perfect drainage; spaclou piazzas, rooms '. : )
don POTTEP., Prop.C. large and newly furnished, papered and painted. Rate, *-' per day; W f)Ito 913.00)( ',
Inn, Seabreeze, Florida. E. I Mrs. Geo. C. LaGrange, Manager. Mrs. Geo. LaGrange, -, Manager. per week. W. U. TIPI'ETTS.I"roprletol'. .



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J' ll r (t; sr As the season advances the heat further (Incorporated.)

Justice and Mrs. Shlras, of Washing south drives the pleasere seekers .
JEWKMSKS: AND'SU.VEHIMITIIS! ; log, are at the Ormond for the season. northward. Every train and boat Is leaving PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This '

t' 41 West Bay Street, Dr. C. E. Clark an expert golfer, and Springs.large numbers The house of l is guo Magnolia to the company owns We have a full line at... ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLOBIDA. Mrs. Boal, of Lyon, .aIa s., are again,at limit of its capacity. Mr. Seavey has I-t .A. JST ID S,
the Ormond for the season. Improvements this year. At Rock Bottom Prices.Prices .
stock in thla section of countKdtnblU'l.od made many On the St.
In'1808. Mr. and Mrs. Chas !McCarthy promin no time during the year is Magnolia In the Indian River Country;

( ent residents of Portland, Me.t are still\ at Springs more attractive than at present. Lucie River; at New River and on Bay quoted on application.A .
for descriptive catalogue. still retains It. sway
Send euchre
the Ormond., where they are always gladly ; Progressive .
welcomed by their numerous friends. over the guests at Magnolia. The parlors BIscayne. Prices to suit the times. full stock of all kinds of Jewelry, Alarm Clocks,

THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Smith, of Louisville on of Monday fairy land evening; the decorations/ had the appearance of log Send for Land List. Chains, Table Silverware Etc., Etc.

III Ky., seem to take much pleasure wood and Clue llllies, the women In their Offices Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. 'ratcb

In bicycling; while Miss Olmstead Mr. charming frocks all lent beauty to an G. L. MANDAVILLE,
Brewing Asso's.ramoul8t. Jonks and others are experts at the enchanting scene. The prizes were woo

shufllo board. by Mrs. Tumls, of New York, Mrs. C. I. East Coast Meat Market Jeweler and Optician Titusville, FIn. 8

.touts Keg and 1 SJt- Mrs. Boothroyd and son have boon at Travelll, Pltthburg Pa., Mrs; D. P. Rust, ._ -
and Senator r--
s tlie Ormond the whole season, and like Boston Mr. Morse, New York,
trod Huor Mr. Hathaway, brought their automobile and Mrs. Woodward, Connecticut. G. F. DUREN, Agent. F'ZJ' ::Se.C: : Y'c :seODEALERS
Bold by Meior F.A. L.nleyK i and with tbem. Mrs. Bootbroyd Is very The dance last Saturday evening wits ra:: awl- -

L. ;MotlowTltuvllleFli: popular, find halls from Newburgh one of the prettiest of the season. Two CD oc13 IN- ,

By Mr. R. C.. Motlow,C)0oa'r'Ia. K.In V.conversation with some ladles at woro pretty Miss girls Mary dancing A. Frlshmuth who are new of arrivals Philadelphia GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODO

1 JOSEPH ZAP the Ormond on Monday, one remarked I and Miss Alice Brown, of Salem c-:> p:>> We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FEKTIL1;
"Whenever we come south we make it a Mass have found Magnolia = We deal exclusively ia the above line of goods and' solicit the trade of i II) ;1 o
the ADVOCATE and Yachting parties Grain and all Groceries, your station,
to for
point get 'fatlerr this Write us prices
: ers.
Springs a pleasant stopping/ place .
two newsy journals that keep along the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cumuier K. L. BRADY BRO. FLA,,
the happenings
posted upon with
down from Jacksonville apar-
t 6M West Bay Street, came
010 to East Coa.t.
and Mrs.
r Mr.
tv/of friends, Including _.
JACKSONVILLE FLA Mr. and Mrs.! Seamans, Miss Mabel W. Mitchell and daughter, ,.Mr. and Mrs. = -CD W. CARROLL
I Heamans, M Ins Dorothy Seamans. !lira..J. D. F. Dlggln, Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Haskln, y ,
V. Whiting! Miss Butler and Miss allot Michigan. 2 Cy .-Dealer In-

I .. I,. MOTIa0 7I Heiners, of Brooklyn are spending the Frank U. Boylston was here Wedne... TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA...
r season at the Ormond. Mr Seamans day, and among the people enjoying his GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND YEGETAB1
I who Is very popular-has horses teal hospitality were'Mrll. W. L. Uouley, 1\lIss w Your
H ages, boats, eto., to amuse! his party. Myrtle Douley, Nashville, Teun ; Mrs. J. v Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Patronage SollciteTITUSVILLE
/ t several weeks. at Da; C; Barbour and Miss Ruby L. Barbou, FLORIDA.
After spending I
Rockford, III.; Miss Edythe L. Tat( Mla ''If
J. F. Hathaway, T
tuna Mr. and Mrs. ; -----
Fred P. Lowe, -
Washington, D. C., and
and well known
4r .. prominent
have retained to 'Stoubensvllle, Ohio. r INDIAN ICE FACTORY
West Somervllle, The concert last Sunday evening Wllfl k DRIVER
v, tho Ormond. Mr. Hathaway Is an en. p
thuslastld Automobilist, and he Is one of again one of the most enjoyable events 01 TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

the principal movers in getting; up tliOrmondDaytona the week. Mr.orchestra Harold sang Powers"The acconpunted 1I0ly- ,, prepared to furnish Ice in any qUI\Dtlty-8acked or loose. Special ash
by tho ,
automobile races, thll.! him mlloh sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
which paid
won .
before the City; Inn manner : .t
week which will commence .
applause. The piano playlug of I' E. .- WETMORE, Proprietor.
ADVOCATE/ goes to press.Mr. Put tore, a guest Iron New York has __ _.... -
and Mrs. B. W. Currier promh been much appreciated by the people I In Ij -
t .y ants resident of Lynn Mass, who have the hotel. Mr. Portere is acoompnnie TXTUS-V-Xx.J.E: : LXV'E E Y STADLI ;

been spending tho winter In California, by his sister Mist Portere. ------ .
I are again being warmly welcomed by .As the season grows older the golf It I-

'CO err their many Ormond friends. They fou terest grows; stronger./ The putting and FEED AND SALE it,, SADDLE HOBSBUGGIES
the weather very cold In California, and approaching tie,, it. result of the r icon

Fine Liquors Wines Beers, wore glad; to return to their first love- annual tournament between C. I .Towne. ...STABLES... ,
Etc. the Ormond. Miss Helen Currier and of Chicago, and B. H. Barnett of tbe If Your House Goes up in Smoke(
Ales, Stout, Musters Donald and Frank are expsctei Florida Country Club, was played off 00 BAGGAGE,, = 8URRE\

.K3T: 'Send me.your ordevnl from Lynn, this week, to join tbelr! Monday; the victory and cup being wo and you'loose everythingIt
by Mr. Hal nett Is your own TRANSFER T, and TURNOUTM ,
parents. _
Mr. and Mrs. James Crate and tbelr! The Florida Country Club sent down : Xn.S'1.1raD..oe.Bnffiolent : 7

twp charming daughters, the Msne! two teams of players on Monday-one of to cover the value of the property HAULING, ETC.tlTUSVILLE .,, ..all kinds..
J The most'pocuilar and InterestIng Mary and Adelaide Orate, of Buffalo, N. ladles and one of gentlemen, to pla;. and household effects should be car *

I t' -I WIT sight In America . Y., who had been spending some time at against the Magnolia; Club's teams rled. Hates are not high. The companfet .' J. M. OSBAN & BRO.
: the Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach stayed Fur the first time in its history, the men we represent are solvent, reliable and lib '. -Back of Grand View hotel.- FLOR
r THE FLORIDA over at the Ormond about a week, en of the Magnolia Club lost to the Florid;; eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.Don't ;
north. The young ladle are not Club on the home links- the Florida take out a policy.
route neglect to

(Ostrich Farm nCo. only expert horse-back riders, bat considered excellent Club however winning.out The defeating Magnolia the Florid.ladles. SCHUYLER A; 3KANN1NG,
dancers, and Miss was won Summer
Marl served at tin FLORIDA Seeds For Crops.
fl one of the the ball at Club. A dainty tea was TITUSVILLE, -

the Ormond on Saturday night. She Club house-after which the guesti Correspondence Invited. ,
JACKaONVILLE. will be abe to show her Buffalo friends were escorted to the tram oar, and witt
, Mills Lottie Woodward as charioteerwere .
some pictures of the ..plrlted.bor.ea sh will Soja Beans' Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chutes, Teoslnte, CBeggarweed
rode on the Ormond beach Mr CraU driven to the station and A NEW INVENTION.Recently Millets, Sorghums, '
\)- I.I a member of the big lumber firm ol many good wishes were soon on their ,; ,,clean.
'Taylor A Crate, Elk street, Buffalo.A way to Jacksonville.The \ .
". event Saturday afternoon was the cc.1IT :IE.A.S:
,( \ kind of farewell party gathered; ot match "Col. Bogle." Mr,
golf against
Patented all Over the World. Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown Ladyflngers.
the ,
f'I the front porch of the Orntond It, after It and Mrs. Wni. Nichols, of New York Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, Sooner;:; qt.. Postpaid; 4eck i
lance on Saturday nltfht. ollered four beautiful silver cups-"n
of Mr. and Mrs. John Shepard, of at theSpring > ; $433; bushel.
honor Invited tho ladles and gentlemen Garden IOO.H. Fertilizers.
Boston, who have a host of friends ot to participate In the match Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides,

I the; East Coast. Light refreshment The tenults were' for the ladles-Mrs. P. The Walton L. CAMERON. The Seed Store.

I '". were partaken of, and tho party were S. Houeymau, Lenox, first, with the remarkable 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
entertained In the Casino by J
iftorwardN sooi* of eluht U|>-Mis* MarjChllda
VIr. and Mrs. Duncan, of Portland, Me.,. Brooklyn, second with one up... Tackle Block.
::;! with a tine selection of vocal and Instrumental The men's cups were taken by C T. Self-Locking

.t, music. Among those In the Travelll, of Pittsburg with two up- EXAMINED FRET
ibove party were : Mr. and Mrs. John the second going to Frank Turner, of Made in various shapes and sizes, of YOUR EYES
thepnrd. of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. J. F Plymouth, Pa.
Hathaway' of West Somervllle, Mass.;:: Mr. and Mrs. Nichols are noted for WOOD IROS'ROd BRONZE. Will

i, t'Ii Miss Brown, Mrs. Boothroyd, of Nuw. their hospitality, and the tea after the work' equally well with rope, chain or I have a complete line of Optical Goods, and
I N. Y. Mr. Mayer, of (Columbus, of the most
burgh ; match was finished was nee wire rope.
of Glasses
kinds of
do all Fitting Eye
Chall. Titusvllle. and ,
Walton of
)ethers.; whose II. names, have slipped our delightful occasions the season. Will work at any height upside down, and Spectacles.

horizontally, or at any angle, and will Guaranteed.
Memory. Your Eyes Examined Fee. A Fit
/ < V PRESS.
Mr. and Mrs.! John Shepard! Boston, FLORIDA.STATE stop and look a any point. G. L.-:MANDAVILLE, Jeweler and Optician
r ifter a lengthened stay at the Ormond Invaluable for every kind of business TITUSVILLE FLA.

___ 110ft for St. Augustine, Sunday, much to The Florida State Press Associationheld where a block! Is needed frequently saving _
its annual meeting at Seabreezu
Nary INK!gigantic bird standing S to in fiw( regret of their many friends. Mr. the labor of one man or more.
high, weighing lino ti>4 U ,eggs,ustrlulie .ltt\iiK and baby otrlohe> Norwell A Co., Boston, is a member. bad great time, notwlthstand. Nothing like it for hanging or stretching E. C.

June luiilen hatched.curtvl.irore, through tin farm,ex treat lover of horses and !good roads. In ing the unpropitious weather on Wednesday wires. JOHNSON .
I>)alnlng all about the bird,tbuir beets, haulta a recent conversation with Mr. Shepard, The members of the Association Address all communications to the
Vlnuiage,eto tie said: "Florida people are taking a were the guests of that whole-soled

t I. treat Interest In 'good; roads,' and talk'olnaklog gentleman; Col. C. C. Post, Mayor ofseabreeze. Walton Self-Locking Block Go Groceries and Fresh Meatsof
r. a boulevard the entire length ol The meeting was fairly well
:. E. Vcsoy Hall, the State. Nearly 140 year. ago the attended by editors from all parts of the (Incorporated.) .
Government, during its possess- State, and Titusvllle was represented by ,
Kngllab Office and Wareroom,. Opt Atlantic Ave all kinds.
on of Florida, constructed a military Mr. Chas. U. Walton of the ADVOCATK.
t that Near Rowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.
Boatbuilder oad upon almost the same route

;his boulevard la proposed to follow. Bought,ao Orange OroT BOSTON, MASS. Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
. When this grand highway In the wilder- -
Is completed Florida will warm with Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.oooouOa. .
t tees Sample Block can be seen at the ADVOCJATK -
GKORGIAXA FLA. from November to May. Mr. M. S. Sums; a prominent orange:
led Devils
:. I build a special launch hull 20 feet by ,What a trip that will bed! Four hundred and pineapple grower of Courtenay, andwhile wits office, Titusvllle. ... r=am.
In town Tuesday and Wednesday,
ft\feetO Inches beam,steam beut white oak titles through the open pine woods, palmetto north
i '1 frame, cypress planking' cupper fastened Jungle, live oak hammocks where here purchased the owned orange by the la*.H. Macneal,Prei.. Jaa. E.Tate, V.Pros
of about ten acres,
vine deck v bent combing,lockers un the great; trees are draped with Spanish grove Canada .
late Major Tiffin, of Montreal, : !
der all seats. Inside finished In varnishfor nose, crossing winding streams like the of Attention
There are about 27 acres In the piece Special
'I l23.:! Complete with:I H. I'. engine, Tomoka, or wide sounds like the Halifax land bought Mr. Same which adjoinshis b r
all ready to run. Price, $:fcs.: to, take a spin of twenty or thirty miles\ by The Judge U. L. .
Other sizes built to order.Hodgsoll upon the ocean beach again running fir property. agent,
miles along the bank of some tropical la- Gaulden, made the sale. ( .4I\\ : OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR3ardware -

toon, pushing orange grove. laden I tb .
Bros. fruit or fragrant with blossoms, plneap- Houseboat For Sale or Kent. *".; \ \ Tinware Crockery, Glasswa

pi" llelds or the luxuriant garden of the -
ruck farms of southern Florida: stop- !; (
A 3.1-foot cruiser houseboat, now Stoves.Our
new, Harness and
of the East .
EAU GAU.IE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. >dog off at the famous resorts la commission. Address .
2oast) and having as an event of central
Marine, Railway. Interest of the season an auto tournament GKO. A. RowE,Fla. 4S ,; Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promp
It Daytona,
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. lusting a whole week, upon thereat I',.
; thirty mile speedway of the Or. 7 .p .
..Special Facilities. nond-Dnytona beach" Dade County Land For Sale. ;. Jas. Fri.tch.ard & Seal

k For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing )l"g

K Yachts and Launches. CHURCH NOTICES. For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof Postoffice Box 212, I
southeast quarter of section 3, township The beet cheapest and most duralile for rnofiof
Mention the AnrooATt when writing. close to all klndu, boiler,amokeiitaok, bridge. Ironwork Titusville :Florida: :
38outh of 41 east
range ; dif
The Titusvllle Presbyterian Sunday ,ete. Anyone can apply It. Unit coat .
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on fident. Reaxly-mlxetl for nee. Fire and wat i -
school will meet at 3:00: every Sunday leak Used all over this State tot
: St Lucie River; 40 acres.. ronf. Hto|
7 To Musicians.
afternoon.Rev. fifteen Rend for ctrcnlar Price In
Also, the northeast quarter of northeast peat year barrel. M eta:: }'
I non half ;
narrota cent perRr i
N. I.M. Bogert will preach In the I quarter of section 18, township 38, ten aa.l ll1O tlre-fiallon paurn.,60 cent.. fiend orlenwFtortdHar.lwanso..Jaeaa.wvtllel Peninsular and Occidental Steamship
A baritone: horn for sale, nearly new; Titusvllle Presbyterian church every ; Knight
south of range 41 east; on south fork of
coat $23.011< will sell for 1J.OO.: Can be Wall Co Kennerly H.rdwars Co.
t Tampa
; o'clock. Also
at 7:110 at >
Sunday evening :
Lucle River 40 acre.PP1.1 to -UnIted States rut Hall Route For-
seen at the store of St. ; I'alatka; Moi..r.'Ii. Ataokay,< .,al.:Oso.H. Ver- COIDPaj
J. R. WALK KB & Co., Rockledge every Sunday morning. CHAS II. WALTON, nald. Sanford;S. F.TrmvU A Con Cocoa: Fla KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES VIA. PORT TAMPA
will hold Divine Titusvllle, Fla.
Archdeacon B. F. Brown
Titusvllle, Fla. ropoMd tailing In effect M shown below. Subject to chang and pO"t1K>
service on Sunday next at 10:30 a. MIAMI-HAVANA LINE.-Commenclng March 8.1003LE.A VINO

m., at Courtenay and at 3ti:( p m. in Application for Tax Deed. Monday.Fridays... : .....10-no am LT. Miami Ar a-00 a m,..... '
Land For Sale. Orace church Merritt. Lenten servicesIn WOEMSrMoat Tuendayi,Saturday......... a m a m Ar lUvannaLr la-.UK: noon.......Tneadajr*,SatUrd'j
St. Gabriel's church, Titusvllle, next rlorid. MIAMI-KEY WEST LI SE.-Commencing Leaving Miami March 3. 1903.

17>fJ acre flrst-clasn pineapple land week: TuesdiiTjjl'iO:: p.m.; Wednesday, Under B fl.B,Chap.44M, taws of TneThnr*..Bat.... .......... sjo: am !., Miami Ar 6:30: p m....... ..... Wed..rrl,."L.-
desirable front, on St. Lucie river at a 10:30 a. m., and Thursday, 3:30: p. m. (' IS HEREBY: OIVEV THAT JOHN Tues..Thurs.,aaL............. a:W p D& Ar Key Wast Lv T.00 a m........ .. .Wed.rrl.
bargain.. For reasonable terms write.W. lpurah..erofTaxCenlacat.No.2r ta Quantity. :Beetle Quality. TAMPA-KEY: WEST-HAVANA UDJI.-Commenclng Dec.2ltOO'lx.&nojf! FORT TA!
W. Lt-cg, Blurt said tUudih evrtlltnate.. Irk dayvt In ofrtow July. A.and I>ha law*mail, ham ''VV .*;;.L.J..cli1'S: Bun' ,Te.....,Thins.. ........HiOOpm Lr Port Tampa Ar 1:90: p m... ..... ." VrsU.Fri.,
L Tlbbals\ Fla. BAD ON TOMATOES. for tax deed my to issue In aoeordanc Mon,Wed., Frl............. 8-JO pro Ar Key Weal LT0)5m: .... ... ... rues..Thtu.,..
applloation .. .. ... ....., .. ..Thar
with law. maid mrtlflca embreom the follow. Moo.Wed Fri. .. TrSOpm Lv Key West Ar .'' pm. Tn a ..-1
The Miami :News that the tomato Inn ilmorlhe pr"|wrty tltnatml.BrcTard Cream Vermifuge! _rue..,Thon.,8at..Iaroan. Ar Havana L H:OO M. .... ....Tues..Tlmr.MlAMINASSAU
:53T-::: OLD :NEWSPAPERS For Sale says : Lot a. Block IT.Tlt""lIIe" UNKCommencIng rebruary.1903.Mon. .
I" Cheap, at this office. crop Is gone. Rain fell several hoursevery ,. .' 3.'Ilowomhlp.::: W 8., Rang 851L.the! : FOR so -TILVH .,W d.. Frl............ 1:00: P IU Lv Miami Ar 0;eon a m......... ....W... M..*"=
day during the early part of the land. hetng aiw week. The largest crops, those of T. J. o'such mrtlitoau In the name of Tb.ndnre Ti. all WORM Remedies.; .
tu.. Unless. laid rcrtiltrat shall b* redeemed Has Led March 10. 19OB.
tubes for sale
UFilter are now at Peters and the Easterllng Bros. Company according to lswtas deelwill iuu thereon on BOTTLE GUARANTEED.: Mon.Jf.. this office, price Stats: ; postage extra.J3T" are an entire loos. Many small planters the 34th day of April. A.U.lets.. EVIMV: BOLD BY ALL. DHUOOISTS. Tnee,Thur., Sat........... Sdoam Ar Kaaaau i.r 2sopus.: ...........TTbnMAbove .
while do not lose much Witness mr omolal ilKnatnr*and Mal this th* ,U I b*
they as as hnnni baM on with Meridian Standard Tim for "
: Reading notice ads on this page the larger growers, suffer as much In 9Tth! ( day. Ct of March,A.I).A.| vi.ICt. A.. BT1W: RT. n.r.uo.rJAMES BALLARD. ST. IXtna< Nu time. For rate and other Information,apply to ao/iujlTold Ticket Agent,or m. r'''
e are live cents per line per week. proportion. Clerk Real t Court of Bnvard County,Bla. w-vvw r. CHAS. L. UTERS: Manager JaduHtTlll

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