East Coast advocate

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

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LOCAL NEWS SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI MANager -Dr. B. R. Wilson, of this place, madea -The dance in the Opera house las NEW LINE GENTLEMKN'S SHIRT AMONG THE HOTELS. ?

of Cutler estate If you want to professional visit to Quay Tuesday. night was largely attended. here to-day. J. R. Walker A Co. -
buy choice bits of real estate. .
|ud Topics", of General Interest. -Pineapple offer to men with small -Take note of the new time table of -Mr. C. II. Racey of Waveland arrived Hotel Ormond Is still open and has a ,

-Dr. and Mrs D. J. DIBol, who have capital. Look shaiply for W. W. Luoe'i the Florida East Coast Railway on our In town yesterday. goodly numbor of guests t
been spending the winter at Cocoa, have ad. 8th
THE ADVOCATE, returned to their home In New York. on page page; DRY GOODS, THE SEASON'S LATEST Hotel Ponce de Leon St. Augustine

H 1,50 per annum, in advance. -Mr. E. A. Waddell Miami's well -Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Collins and fam effects at J. R. Walker & Co'.. will remain open until the lOtu Inst. w
11.00 1()() six month. -Senator M. S. 'Quay and family, wL known real 'estate dealer Is said to be ill have moved Into their residence on ?
countries. have been The Royal Palm, Miami managed by The Royal Poinolana Palm Beach,
J an. to foreign at their winter home at St. doing a big business this winter. Julia street
00 per '
12 for the ADVCIrt Lucie for some time, went north yea tel'- Mr. Henry W. Merrill: has cloned for the closed last Saturday morning after
linen\\ you subscribe does not cost day. -Mr. K. B. Raulerson of Fort Pierce,, -!Mrs. Josiah Thompson jr., of TIard season. breakfast 'I
by the year It youlie was in Tltusville, Wednesday en routeto evllle, was a pleasant visitor to Titus-
Included. Geo. M. Robbins has been Hotel Continental Atlantic Beach,
-Attorney ,
cents per week postage Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of his vllle yesterday
I date of expiration printed upon Eastern Star will hold their regular orange grove near Maytown.IF spending a couple of day s-or so at 1\11. Fla., will open !May 2th: under the management 'l'aY

I tote paper or wrapper every week. This meeting next Tuesday evening. Members YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME, A Representative Wade II. Jones and amt, this week, attending to law bus of Mr. Jaa. P. Vining. v e

[.receipt r for your money. No need are requested to be present.R. Grove Pineapple Plantation or Vegeta- Capt. E. II. Rice left here, Friday last. ness. The Alcazar St. Augustine, under the )

T m to send receipt for subscription.' E. Mlms carried a party over to table Farm seeE.A. Waddell Miami. for Tallahassee -Mis. II. A. Drown, who has boon a management of Mr. Joseph 1'. Greaves, '

Jj date gives It to you. the beach last Saturday in his beautifuland -Dr. R. M. Mason, wife and little son, -Miss Geiger/ of Green Cove' Springs/ guest of the Indian Klver hotel all the will remain open until the let of May, t

BTBK EAST COAST ADVOXJATK U on swift little launch the Laura. They after a visit of about two weeks In Titus Is visiting her cousin Miss Emma winter, loft for Oak Hill.\ Wednesday tb Notwithstanding reports to the contrary

bit, the following news-stands at five returned In the afternoon and reported i a vllle, left for their home at Sanford on Wright of Tltusville. join her husband. Manager least says he will keep

Bnii per copyTitnevllleB.:. R. Wilson & Son. grand time. Monday SHOES I SHOES!II! Received to-day a -April Fool's Day passed off very : the Indian River hole), Tltusville, open ,

BjMksonville-Duval hotel. -Mr. John A. Fritz, of Indianola, ac -Mr. E. V., Stratton, the popular full aqd complete line. We can tit and quietly In Tltusvtllo; and beyond a few I all the summer. '

.. News stand Union depot companied the members of the Cocoa Railway, agent has been of the enjoying Seaboard a Air visit Line at please you John R. Walker A Co. louocent jutes nothing worth comment Hotel St. (leor.-o, St. Augustine Is to .,

\Masonic Lodge to Tltusville last Friday Hotel Oimond this week. -Mrs. C. II. Swain of Columbia, Fla:. Ing upon occurred. be enlarged; thU summer. Forty more ;"

Reading notice ads. are ten cents and was present at the banquet given at I. In town visiting Mrs. Jno. H Walker -Capt. Poter Nelson, of South Titus- rooms and bath rooms !are to be added
':f this the Indian River hotel. -Senator E. N. Dlralck Palm Bench and Mrs. W. E. Goldsmith l She will remain yule left here Wudnesday, op a buslnen and Mrs.\ Montgomery the owner, Intends ,
?line on page. will, leave next week for Tallahassee, a week or so longer trip to Perth Amboy N. J. He will return making It one of the best tourist
Dr. Harwood Huntington of New SEWING MACHINES. Standard New to take his seat In tbe Florida Legislature ho do hotels in the Ancient City
as soon as can so.
Irk, was among the pleasant callers at Home, New Koyal and other makes which convenes on the 7th lust. -Contractor J. A. McDonald! of Miami i
Monday. ranging; : in price from $17.50 to $(U:>>.OO. baa been on a trip to Nassau this -Mrs L. C. Brannlng! who haw been If you want a fine piece of hotel prop. nlr
,office on Cash or easy payments. J. R. Walker -Gardner and Kline have been getting week to attend to business in connection spending the Winter at Palm Hunch returned city cheap, road the ad. on our second

-J8I. Mobley returned to town Tues- & Co., Tltu vllle. In big stocks of goods of late. Tltus- with the !Florida East Coast hotels to Tltusvlllo on Wednesday even.. page. This Is a snap for some hotel man "j o l

>; night: having finished a ..paintingjitracc vllle's stores are now well stocked with tog, milch to the pleasure of her friends who wants a good location on the East a
<-We are pleased to note that Mrs. LOOK OUT FOR'MOSQUITOES AND '
at Shllob.)11'1. goods. No need to send away for any Const of Florida-one of the greatest
R. B. Holmes, who met with a serious Inspect your scieen doors and windows AGENTS WANTED. Either sex. Big I
thing. the
winter resorts Ira south.
N. Saunders has returned to accident a week or so ago-a report of See our ad. on page 4. East Coast line of new specialties offering large -
lea,after spending; several days at the which was published' in last week's ADVOCATK -Mrs. A. Treutler, one of Eau Gallle's Lumber & Supply Co Eau Gallle, Fla returns. Quick sellers. Catalogue and Hotel Breakers closed Its doors after

hllan River hotel, rttu vllJe. -in getting along nicely. prominent. and popular residents woe a olrculais free. Address, Lewes Racy breakfast on the 2nd lost., having had > J
-The Western Union Co.
recent pleasant caller at this office. Mrs. Telegraph: record
Novelty Co. Dlnsmore Fla. the most successful season on ,
OR GOOD, FRESH GROCERIES AND -Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagle Treutier's many Titusville friend are New York has just sent an order for oM( not as to number of guests but In t* b
Vegetables, at the lowest prices try passed through here early Wednesday always pleased to see her In Brevurd's of the Walton Self-Locking: Tackle -Mr. J. Wesley Bowen of Pblladel only tile ADVOCATIC'S West "

7.E. Goldsmith, Titusvllle. morning on board a special train, en county town. Block The company wants them for phi, has returned! home, after a lengthened Palm popularity Beach, says correspondent. That state J

of this has route to Baltimore, where Mrs. Flagler's: stretching wires. stay at Rockledge. Mr. Bowen lean
-Mr. J. G'; East place of affairs must be very gratifying to Mr. ,
the late automobile the
wo down at Eden this week rusticatingtithe father is seriously ill, having: undergonean -At Mr.races J. F.on Hath -Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Simmons of Detrolt expert amateur fisherman and made Leland Starry:\ the popular asalstant- i.,'
with operation In the John Hopkins hos Ormond-Daytona beach some good catches at Rockledge.Mr. .
pineapple plantations away one of our Boston subscribers, ran Mloh., who have been guests of the manager
pital. his steam motor over the beach In one New Rockledge hotel, Rocklodge all the Chas. M. Conn a former manager The Clarendon Inn, Seabroeeo, located 1
-Mr. Louis Happ, one of our valued =Mr. Wilson Godfred was called here. minute thirty-eight seconds to the mile. winter left for home on Wednesday. of the Seaside Inn, who has been directly on the beach front and 1H( feet

rooklyn subscribers who has an orange for a week or so, to relieve W. R. Walker and This beats all records. for that kind of The .AOVOCATBlfolloYs. trough the winter at Eden passed of the ocoan. deservedly a very popular ly ,

loveaml winter home at Micco was a manager of> the Indian' River automobile.Mr. CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic hero Wednesday on his way to hotel having a patronage of guests each
nt visitor to Titusville. Lake Worth Fish Co. Mr. Walker went DeLand. He reports having had a deiKhtful year that return bringing either tbelr .
to Melbourne to attend the sick bedside and Mrs. B. F.) Ives Miss Gertrude Gallery Tltu vl1le. and see time In the pineapple region relatives or friends to enjoy the hospitality -,

-Sir. John Macdonald, of Indlanola, and death of his brother-in-law C. F, Ives, Mr. Bert Ives Miss Laura his samples Photographs) Flashlights The ADVOCATH follows and comforts to be had there. as the
ho was a recent pleasant visitor to TI. Conkling.Mrs. Ive 'and Miss Elsie Ives, who have been ; by appointment at any time. r'
liberal and excellentculslnecannot ,
rill,, did not leave town without sub spending the winter at their lovely home Always something new, -Mr. W It. Bubo, general freight and management
and be of too Mr. C.El. .
J. G. Miss Gerry spoken highly.
of the and
bribing for the ADVOCATK.BEIT !:. and ( left for agent Georgetown
Miss Schaeffler who have been spending orange grove at LaGrange -Capt. C. II. Hall, of New York who Western Hallway whose headquartersare Knappe Is the genial manager and
their summer home In Camden N. J., onfuesda hits! been spondiiig the winter at the ,
AND VEGETABLE LANDS the winter at Rockledge, were passen at GenrgeOwn S. C., was In town Dr. E. I.. Potter, proprietor, g
(for sale. and unimproved v. Our people will be glad to see Breaker, Palm Bench was a passenger I
Improved '
on Saturday's northbound train, en' from, until! .
gers Monday Wednesday ncoomanled II
There In tile air of
them here next winter. are many rumors ,
northbound I
land Prices to suit all parties. Call home Beach on Wednesday's train en
route to their at Rockaway by his two sons. They left here.
changes to be made In
quite Important
or-wrlte. E. A. Waddell Miami, Fla. L. I. Mrs Gerry has leased the White -Mr. and,Mrs. B. W. Currier and famIly route to New Smyrna for a while. kVednemlay. afternoon for Miami. Mr. the Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm leach, '?'

-Mrs. R. H. Lalmbeer jr., and her o"ttoge, Rockledge for next winter. of Boston are again/ at Hotel Or- -No matter what you want, just read Bole Is a brother of Capt. A. W. Bole, during the coming summer. Mr A. W. 4

wilier, Mrs. Maefoy of Brooklyn N. -Little Miss Williard Hall celebratedher mond-among their many friends, 1\1 rand the ads. of Titusville's! prominent merchants of Titusvllle.Senator Frltoli, of Hotel Hibiscus, also contemplates h ''

1 who have many friends on Indian fifth birthday at the home of her Mrs. Currier have been to California; In the ADVOCATE.: When a merchant Dwight W. Tuttle of Newlavrn forming a syndicate, whereby

rer, have left for home. They have parents In North 'Tltusvllle on Monday this winter but they could not resist" Is doing/ any kind of a business he [ Conn., was among the pleasant great Improvements can be madras to ,,
WD guests of Hotel Ponce de St. the temptation to return to their first generally advertises the local paper I IMra. the and the
Leon last by inviting: nine of her little friendsto callers at our office yesterday. Senator enlarging house beautifying ty ,
gu tlne, the past two months. The the afternoon with her. A love-the Ormond. They are now en- ground The Hibiscus scored an enviable .
upend jo themselves on the Orraond golf J. C. Noiwood of Ooala, with I Tuttle Is largely Interested In land and 1
DTOCATK follows. most delightful time was had, and the links.> her two children Laura and Usher who other property on the East Coast lie reputation during the season just

-Hrs. E. L. Potter wife of Dr. Potter children were served with Ice cream and I had been on a visit to Jensen and :Sebas.: left for Eau Gnllle' yesterday but will return closed, says the ADVOCATI'W West Palm

''Seabreeze' left for the north on Saturrlatt cake before departing for their home. -:Mr. W. A. Snider, of Columbus, 0., tlan. stopped over awhile In Tltunvllle to Tltusvlll to.dayor tomorrow.Ills Jonah correspondent

> her husband accompanying her I -Mrs. M.\ N. 'Martin, one of our Paris who bad been on a delightful cruise of last Saturday while en route to Oak many friends are always pleased to Hotel Colonnades Seabreeze, continues ',

if Gras St Augustine/ Mrs. Potter was I I (France) subscribers owns a fine orange ten days in the yacht Siren, from Palm Hill and Daytona. see him on Indian River. to make a good showing of names of

wmpanied north by her mother, and This season Capt. W. Beach to'l'ltu vllle, was a pleasant caller and left prominent citizens from all parts of the 1b.
grove at Sharpen. at this office on Monday lie was accompanied -Mr. Geo. It. Wallace, of West Palm -Mr. Mrs. W. II. McFarland
HReolal doctor will soon follow when I I. Sharpe sold her oranges a tan average by Mr. T. C. Hayes who had Beach, agent for the Buffalo marine engine here yesterday, for Jacksonville en country, and owing to tbe large patronage -

be trio will\ leave for a trip to Japan and of $3 per box. There Is a heavy crop on been badly burned by the sun. They : has sold a 25-horse power Buffalo route to Columbus, 0., to join Fore. / Manager\ Chas. A. Crelgbton has ex-
foreign countries the trees for next season, and a prospect tbelr homewards. The motor to Mr. E M. Ooodall of Sanford pan ;h'l & Wells:: Circus. Mr. and Mrs.ifclTurland tended the time of closing.; A !good booking *

-Mrs. E, F. Crosby Vanaman of. St. for more than three times as much as yacht were on was commanded way by Capt. Wells Me., whose tine auxiliary launch is now who expect to make a pileof Is ihvad" for this month which IsSeabreeze's '

!Kustlne; and Mrs. R. A. Ashley of the past season. We understand the on :Nelson's) ways, Tltusville. money on their tour through various most delightful month-lots
hampton N. Y. for grove is being/ well taken care of by Capt. -Never has Tltusville had a better and states, will probably return to Titusvllle going on, something doing all the time, .
were passengers all who hats and -Mrs M. S. Jones, jr., of Quay met for the jolly crowd will have It so. 'ti
Urn Beach on Monday. :Mrs. Vanaman :Sharpe and Is much admhed by more varied supply of Easter In November. Mao' has a host of friendson young
"been conducting lad lea' furnishing have seen it. dress goods than this season. John It. with quite severe accident In 'l'Itn vllle Indian River who will always give The house Is fairly filled with young peo-
reatSt. Walker &.Co. have an Immense stock of last week by falling/ from her bicycle him a glad welcome on his return. pie who keep a moving.
and Palm Beach
Augustine metwith
T. H. Sanders of Indlanola and her ankle.
-Mr. and dislocating: fracturing
and the
all the latest and design
a" styles .l.
winter; and as the season Is neatly accident on Friday h Manager( Horace Stewart of the'Sea.
an unfortunate ladles enthusiastic over the tine \Urs. Jones returned to her home last Messrs. Chas F.Naetbtng and W J.
'trlbe went south to close her Pahncb last. He had been to Stetson Unverslt.y.DeLand. are of quite millinery In Walker's show Saturday, where she Is Improving.Mrs. lazlewood, two prominent and wealthy side Inn. Oooc'all, gave a ple&lll&o'lm-
store. to see his daughter; and on his display New Yorkers .passengers on y slerlay's -promptu dance on \Monday. Quite a 41
windows. The window have been very 'it. D. Pritchard very pleasantly of resident attended
driveto number Daytona's
about to seat himself to southbound train en route to Miami
-Writing return was
the ADVOCATE from Hotel decorated and the fine show
artlctlcally ; the ladles of the
entertained Progressive
round, City Junction when the driver to Join Capt John M. Lailln on the dance. Palms, "ergreenaaod lovely
Orange ,
Cal. Mrs. Wm. II. not only
of attracting
up-to-date Club her home
Culture at on Washingtonavenue
/lowers the decorations to-
The sudden were among/ ,
*.of suddenly started the horses. beard their houseboat, the Rose Marie
Mass., says: "I have the attention of our townspeople, but of
Tit afternoon.
1I"lIIe. on Monday
breaking gather with bouquets of beautiful red 4
etw on a tour Jerk threw Mr. Sanders out, They are going/ to New River and other /
with of friends residents.I. .
a party many down-river After spending the afternoon In games hibiscus making the reception ,
it attended pretty
Trough Mexico and await- ; his wrist. After having places In Dade and" Monroe counties otter -
'"h- arrival Of am now here to by doctors he left for home accompanied F. Thompson and family of etc., delightful/ refreshments were served. .tarpon, and they said they would not room and parlors IInll..uallyaUractle. j
father from Wor-
ter. lone' my by his son. It was much deplored Rome, Ga., accompanied by Mr. Thom pson's The hostess was assisted In entertaining return to New York until they joC! some Fruit punch was served during the even
; hear of Or"H
to some news by her mother, Mrs. E. W. Hall, and I Ing and dancing was Indulged In until 4 '
for I think as Mr. Sanders fully Intended being brother L. L. Thompson of Montgomery of them The Rose Marie left Titusvllle /
**on earth and one of tbe sweetest present at the Masonic banquet at the Ala., arrived In Tltu vllleThur.- ill88 Alice Sanders, of Indlanola.Mr. for Miami about a week ago. midnight. }lr. and Mrs. Stewart have
I anxious
; am very hotel night. of last week and are stopping/ the Glad win of N. always been popular with their guests
ADVOCATE Indian River on Friday day A.11. Bberburne.: I
J"be learn something Mrs.C. C. Post's elegant home In City
and when they p:1'Ie": or musicale
Mlms House. Mr. I. Y Thompson came been the
has at
y who spending
friends at that lovely resort. -The guests of the Indian River hotel to Florida for his health; he has secured Miami, has returned to Tltusville, wherehe I Beautiful was thrown open for a reception .' people 'Hock to the Seaside Inn In large j

ilXP3'!; ::! Down to date patterns, at Tltusville have been regaled of and late a house at Mlms and will locate for an made big catches of flub ere leavingfor In honor of the Florida Press Association i numbers d:
musicales afternoon. The
I prices. John U. Walker Co. with sumo very enjoyable Indefinite l of time. Me ll,.. last Thursday
; dances In, the parlor. Mrs.J. length the metropolis of Dade. Mr. Glad- harming/ hostess was assisted In recelvng I The reason for tourists is drawing/ to a
impromptu Thompson are delighted with our country win went fishing/ yesterday morning on lose on the East Coast but Hotel Ponce ,
is the leader fheorche.- by Mrs. Klttlg and Mrs. Bergman
C. Denham and It Is probable they will buy. and In hours he hookedten
Wagons very Indian River If de Leon has been keeping/ op Its usua
for has been acting There
Sale. H. O'Neal were people present among
and Mr. A. many
tra, L. I.. will return toMoot- :
Mr. Thompson home fine
of ceremonies at the trout and brought seven them number of 'visitors from the ho- record, for crowds of tourists have been 1
r sow have on baud a large mock of dances as, with master Mr. Denham and Mr. G. L. fomery as soon as his, brother I* settled. ones out of them. He says there are : els, the reception being one of the pleas- arriving and departing/ dally. Mr. Robt.

''och,tire, and 3-Inch tire one-horse wag- Mandavilta as II alstanlrs\ W. II. plenty of fish In the river now. anted affairs of the season. Dainty re- Murray, the popular manager Is always yon

"i'" call be delighted at once. McForland assisted in receiving and entertaining Gardner's Flyer- Monday Only. -Dr. E. T.I. Mayo who spent several i reshments were served in the dining/ hand to greet all comers with a hearty

R. E. MOMS JR., the visitors. On the whole weeks at the Indian River hotel Tltus aom. A great bouquet of lilies and land-shake; aod, a lady'said to our representative '

Titusvllle, Fla. these Impromptu entertainments are wills making quite a record at dock and roses In the dining room attracted a on Sunday"' }Ir. Murray U a 1r
a.OIl( ( Corsets ..91.4! real Lord Chesterfield. He certainly
affairs and we understand All B $: quail shooting-writes ns that he and great deal of admiration.The .
with his and he ban
$100 ,91.1V
S popular guest,
Partnership Dissolved. they will be given occasionally throughout of New- 5 $1.00 .7\) Irs. Mayo have just reached their homeat St. Augustine oorrespodent of an able assistant In his charming sister
Mrs. Brown, DeKalb 111., after most pleasant
the summer 5 .73 .6i the Florida Times-Union nays: "Among bits, Fletcher. There were about UWuests
I Tb York will probably take an important 0 91.0O '. .71\ visit to Titusvllle and other points along the many arrivals at Hotel Ponce de lit the hotel on Sunday, and the
blp under of entertainments the East Coast. Dr. Mayo bas subscribed \ a
S.'a a JCtSoaB the name part In these Impromptu Goods Furniture Shoes, Mattings. Leon on Saturday were: Mr. I. Ewing line concert the orchestra In tbe t
\ Dry ,
at Fort Fla. River hotel. for the ADVOCATE, to keep posted on
1111( Pierce at the Indian Jones, a capitalist from Columbus, 0.; evening was enjoyed by large and fashionable
ti"tay. (April let, 1903)) dissolved by TRU KS. Ours are the best. Prices C. A. GARDNER, Titusvllle Tla. the happenings/ along the East Coast. Dr Harwooil Huntington, of New York mndtence. The gentlemen were

hereafter' The business will be conked down. John R. Walker A: Co. --.-.--- -Mr. Charles Edason of East Willls- and Hartford, Conn.| and Mr.\ Charles II. In evening dress while the ladles) looked

by O. S. Hlne. away To I live*torn. ton, N. Y., who has been spending the Walton, of Tltusirllle. Mr. Jones Is a' resplendent In their} handsome gowns) of

Horses for Sale. winter at the various East Coast resorts prominent and wealthy resident of Col many hues. Ther. were many guests

For Sale. With ten successful pineapple ended his visit at Hotel Alcazar.St. Augustine umbu.; I>r. Huntlugton Is a government from other hotels, and they showed tbelr ',

good gentle workor years bas 2.1 cent net the fiat of the week, and left for expert analytical chemist, who owns an appreciation by marked attention to the
want some which paid per
Th beet Com blnatlon If you is the time to buy rowing, to co-operate Inn bome. Mr. Edason says he has made" orange grove and a large; body of land a music rendered by the Ponce de Leon's
invite capitol
pineapple. saddle horses now we
orange [ profit the East and few" miles north of Titusvllle; and hi.old here there
vegetable friend along rchestra. Mr. Murray was ,
season Is nearly of hundredacres. many
Property on the lower The tourist the development one
Will pay handsome Income them.these horses will be disposed of very Best of references 'given: and a think, the beat -way to keep In touch friend, Mr. Walton U the editor and and everywhere, making bin guests) feel
1I1eat'F and
or particulars address For particulars write to Investigation Invited. with them I. to subscribe for the Anvo- proprietor of the EAST COAST Ai>vi>- at home. The personell of the office

WILL L. FRANTZ, cheap. C. L. Do ex, thorough HARMEE: liaoa., OATS, which will follow him to East ATE." staff loam undergone but few changes. since

Ankona Brevard Co.,Fla. New Smyrna Fla. 3010. Jensen Brevard Co., Fla. yvilllston. L'RVITUREf FURNITURE I I ALL last season and Is as) follows; Mr.Rob,.

ARDIXIKHS. A large line to select kinds. We meet all competition and Murray, manger! ; Mr. Simeon Leland,
John R. Walker fe Co. room clerk; Mr. W. J. Fleming aulntant
nd freight.
Itotkledge, Indian Itiver Pineapple and Orange Land. To Grove Owners Others from. J. Jt. Walker 4 Co., Tltusville. pay room clerk; Mr. H. J.. E. Smith, cashier;
&Ir. W. B. liutterlield, assistant cashier;

ked" 'Of the most ttractivsand best Choice pineapple and orange land on thoroughly experienced Land For Sale. Cane Syrup For Hale. Mr. II. W.Warner night clerk; Mr. D.Ca ,
stores between Waveland and Sew- Orange grower, Jo'.nn.' key clerk Mr. M.O. lUwson mall
.rid? along the East Coast of peninsular and other fruits, also ;
ucaa find everything you all'a Point fronting on both the Indian 10 raising oranges of all kinds desire ImmedIate 12,000 acres of the Hanson Grant Floe cane syrup put op In 1 and 6 gal clerk ; Mr. H. W. Warner, night clerk;

: at this store An kinds of fine gro- and St. Lode Rivers beauUfullooatloD! vegetables employment. Competent to take routing St. Lucie River. with Florida Ion cans while hot and hermetically seal &It. J' F. Wilson bookkeeper. Manager:

'uticular ealnd meats war Gilbert' Bar Inlet. Sold In ban entire charge or will accept work on East: Coast Railroad running through It. ed at tbe mills. As !good as syrup just Murray' has a floe hotel for the summer
attention paid to the need 10 acre lots. Also new three-room cot.tage farm. A choice made. Write for prices.WHITE season, and our readers wORld do writ in
T1eh omen to either grove or ,, property.C. make a note of the ad. of the Maulunnotonse
and cruising parties, to rent. Apply Address, "?' BtrcKMAic : TOWEKS PLANTATION
GEO. N. HATCH Prop. C. H. BAC.Waveland!. Fla. o.,. ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. 7s pi Hut Ings, Flo. .., on our ith page.
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menu But tbe dead IbM of tile Fred 9Id i;
erlckitbnrg slaughter pen was not Jet -
soldiers. wbc IDEAL FLORIDA HOTEL whlcl
reached by tM gallant
T.V0; with connecting park of
Marye's billHancock's ot
ordered to storm
had been
tc R bordered by beautiful -
e O acres su'idfvided,
'ar4i took the
division next up
tHus flahing boathouse
Satisfies lake,good
fight unappalled by the fate ot billiards, pool, bowling, tennis, gol '
French' mem. Zook's brigade of water (Identical
taste and appetite links, spring pure
along acrnM tbe canal and over the with Poland), pumped by engine 80( b. A

/ ridge gathering up the prostrate sot -- -----.-- p.boller.Uundry.ftOO( feet piazza,aprlnK)

1 1h aliens of French' regiment to replace loss was Incurred chiefly In the twenty house with a,000:. steam pump, ga.

tbe men soot down on tbe march up minutes It faced the stone wall. throughout, chapel with seats IItable, 100 room 80x t' ,,.. r t:a rti ,
recoiled at tb( hon54completely" furnllhed. 4
Zooli's line
h j. f tbe slop The reliitlve IOHWS among officers under track to station, Price
J 4s wall after getting within pistol 4D, private car
stone South Africa wereMZAODJR
fire In
the $2.>,0(11)/ including furniture, boat, ye--
range. hides, horses, car and car shed perfec
On tbe right of Zook marched tbIrlnb repair, one of the lovlie spots in FlorIda -

brigade' chewing/ at every step,, i Price, fl: :;,ooo. part cash
tbe green dog of Erin plainly visible tt. I PEAK ORCHARD At Green Cove

the ready gunner on tbe height 1,000 La Conte ant ROLLINS COLLEGE bnlldintrs.
I"prlng9,20 acres, GYMNASIUM, one of the seven this,
Meagher, the chief, rode at tbe head heifer pears, old 1XK) bushel last LYUAN teat above Lake VlrHnU (one of a chain of mlle-lond; lakes In hlgi,
of the gallant SUty-nlntb by tbe .Ide season cottage of 4 rooms, piazzas or and beautiful Winter Park.)

of Colonel Nugent. At the outskirts of three sides,surrounded with pine trees! Two Physical Director for GyronaMum. Beet Florida Golf Links, Fine f veil

/ the town that morning, a* tbe lips Barn, carriage house and granary, and Boating

passed a boxwood hedge. Meagber took Scnppernongand Thomas grape ar COLLEGE "

a sprig of green and placed' it In bill bon, over 1.20O feet. Price only $1,100, MOIIIIJ School ROLLINStPREPARATORYirf109

cap. Every man In tbe rank Imitated *50) cash. Apply to II, W. Hancock, DUlllDeM School,
Augustine or
tbe example, thu** unconsciously put. I owner Abbey hotel. St. Boston. Art s.hool,

ting on a badge by which the dead to Chapin's Farm Agency, TEACHKRS': COURSE BEGINS APRILS 1. 1\,0:1.:
would be recognized a* member of "THE FLO RIO," one of the best and Instructors. Send for Catalogue; and Booklets
tt tt it tt ** 8 8"THE 'known In the vicinity of 8t Twenty Professors
the Irish brigade, and In tbe end a beautifully located on King WILLIAM F. BLrKMA5T Ph. D., President
good line of them lay among the foremost <, street! within 15 minutes walk fron (Professor Sociology at Yale, 1803-1902.! : )

DEADLY near tbe atone wall. Ponce de Leon hotel,about acres land ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK FL

After the wearer Of the green the a with orange trees and rare flowering/( -

brigade: of Caldwell swept onward, plants and shrubs, 2-story home.O high

gathering to Its ranks men from tile rooms, double piazzas; stable ot Boot
other command and pressing up tt size, carriage house, etc. Was valtjec The Best is Found the Cheapest.

STONE WALL within twenty and even fifteen yards at $12.000 a few years ago; price now,
of the deadly wall. There was the $:2,3 5 cent interest.FURNISHED .
dead line Not that to cross It meant
SEASHORE Cottage,,
8888888Copyright death; none crossed It. It was a line near surf bathing and excellent fishing, UNITEDpineapple

of dead at the point where the Confed I fronting Light House avenue, which

( 1::<)J. by a. U. Kilmer. crate fire smote without sparing. There house double piazzas.. 0 rooms,

11, 1S2.\ dawned with the the dead of four- brigade*-Kludball's,, tl alone cost $2,.>00, stable, 2 lots land,

Ie" of Lee and IlunmliJe Zook's Meagher1 and Co Id well'*-were Price, $1,200 with furniture; $.&00 cash, .

OleO. the opposite bunks of thee found! at tbe time of burial. After the balance *:2iX) a year, 5 percent interest, '

e Ituppnlmimock. A bridgelPM repulse of French and Hancock, How- "SAXSARA'! : HALL- upon which

awl utifordublo' stream rolled ard's division of the Second corps Baron de Bara expended much money,

between the hostile cnrnptt. Leo'sguns SykeH anti Humphreys' of the Fifth Imposing mansion, extensive grounds! ,,
k Hturgl of the Ninth charged; ov..rtho corner lot on King street, in perfect
frowned from Afnrye's bill, during pad
repair. Price only *4/00; $1,000
same Held, marking with their dead
tlio Federals to attempt crossing Apply to owner, Rev. Martin Hancox,
the river Into Krcdi-rlcksburir. Burn- the limit of the )o'eell'I'ullld\'Dnce. St. Augustine' ,

Ide's cannon stood in grim row on llnueocU root unscathed through that "MAGNOLIA," the attractive residence -

r Fuluiouth 'heights with their muzzles awful tire, but tbrex of bIll aid weru on King; street, with iron fence WRAPSl.rc

trained on the town and the Mouth shot down In utteiiiptlng to follow his and Boy Fountain Yearly opposite
1' cnught the ,bnrp- Hansara Hall. A of a house. Price
bank of the river. The Hltimllou wan fortune* IIIn division : LKADfNO 13' THE IB18B DRIOA1 gem -
a deadlock Iturnsldu liiiil marched est (Ire, for by the time It appeared only $2.800, not half cost; $8110 cash.A .

Iila troops to the crossluir place expecting within range' the. Confederate murkx- 'Insignificant/ In comparison with the WELL ESTABLISIIKirand profItable -

to parr over arid march bo- men bad got the bearings. Lee and1.u1lA'lItr"I.t destruction of Hancock's battle leader Florida business, building Ir the Best. Ask Nciglib
the height at .'rl"t1<'rlekalbur/t./ In his I command good repair, double store, poMtolllce, your
yond on the rond to Richmond before were together! on ;
of eighteen regiment nineteen etc. Buyer would probably be appointed
Federal advance. Lee
of fats movements. watching

Lee But the became pontoon awuro boats' for bridging' the was alarmed at tbe persistence of the regimental'commanders down' beside tbe colors. were Caldwetr shot church postmaster, good clean: hall stock above at,cost rented or appraisal to- We Make Them in all Colors.

Rappnluinnovlt had not arrived ut the Federal masses. but Ixmgstreet said brigade carried Into action 110 officer, ; also a small store building

date fixed, and although the troops "If they put every man now on our and killed or wounded which always rents well. Few minutes
sixty-two were
wore ready, they could not ('roil II. side of the Potomac on that field, .I'll walk from Ponce de Leon Hotel. Prici
In lens than hour's flghtlog.
While the Federal waited for boat kill them all." an of real estate $3,8Of, part cash
the Confederate manned men and Over 0.000 men fell In the attack on In over a score or regiment In the GREAT SACRIFICE. Dr. LIndgej For Tomatoes try
attack on the stone wull tbe death lOlls having foreclosed hia mortgage the
BUD on the heights! buck of the town. the atone wall "Hancock' division lost
was exceptionally high. There wa Oriole Villa," one of the most charmIng -
Only a handful of men, I arksdalo'sllul over 2,000. Zook'a banner regiment none of the excitement of a hotly contested :St. Augustine residences, formerly

) slpplanr' ,, were stntloM 1 at the that day was tbe Fifty-third Pennsylvania ,: battle to Inspire those men no valued at$1,)() -now in perfect repair, D
the crossing of mustering 283: men and 14 oQcers. Vegetable Paper
river bank to dispute dazzling prize balanced l In the air to not a dollar to expend-the same is nov
the enemy. The MlMilsfttpplnns. known The casualties of tbl regimentwere be seized by the bravest and the quick offered for $2,700; $8
a. "Hornet," took cover In and around 63 per cent. Of tbe officer 8 est. They had no chance for' victory. $300a) year-the( caretaker now pays
bavoc with the shot down and 15-1: killed or 6 cent on the price with taxes andwill
the house and played were men Before them lay the stubborn heights.the per One trial will make you our customer.
be glad to remain, until yon
workmen who attempted to lay pontoon Wounded. .
gaping and the relentless en-
9 bridge AH day tbe 11th the engineers The Sixty-ninth New York (Irish brigade gun care to occupy?) Undoubtedly the bes write toTJIVITJET
emy. Marching upon them, they marched bargain ever offered here. Imposingtwo If your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND Papers
labored In carried Into battle 238 and
and poutonler ) men
Into tbe jaw of death as freely and story house of nine high roomssurrounded ,
vain to lay the bridge. Even showers officer Among the officer! only 3 escaped
r as grandly 118 ever men did In any with noble old trees, choictplants > PAI'IJT2 CO.,
of Federal shells could not dlxlodgo out of 10 In action. Tbe *total clime or for any cause. Fredericksburg and shrubn-Finished in natural -
the MlHslsslppIuns. Ion wa 128, about 53 per cent. In wood hundreds of
t was one black disaster unrelievedby orange, peach A ATLANTA\
E At the clown of the day a forlorn hope the name brigade tbe Eighty-eighth anything except the heroism of Its and other trees-beautifully situates SOUTHERN OFFICE, -

rompoM-d of throe Federal regiments New York lost CO per cent. victim GEORGE: u KILMER opposite Sannara Hall-extending ._- -- -- --

marched down to the river under lire Cn Id well's brigade, marching up after from King street to the water neat OFFICEAll
otJl bad been checked pOHt
E and embarked In boats, which werepoled <'r'rlgudt'll' Tourist Attention. PECANS: GRAPES!,
l arrows In the teeth of the "Hor met with tbe heaviest loss, evidence
ask that The Cordovo vlnl'yartl-on shell road kind f Com meclill Stationery printed at the above office,
' nets." After It lively battle In tbe that the struggle In front of the stonewall While visiting we you "
short drive from the Ponce tie Leer
do not fAll to buy a bottle of C.mrort. a
streets the Mlsslsslpplim( were pushed grew fiercer every minute. The the wonderful kidney, bladder'anri then Hotel upon which the syndicate experidetl -

; back out of sight of the bridge builder Confederate threw fresh muskets Into mat Ism remedy. For sale by all drug/ over .1 ,O"I). I I.* now offered for

*. During the night three bridge tbe frny and concerned themselves glut U. H. Wilson & Bon, agents aiTltusvllle. .1 IUX* >-Ualf cash, balance 4 per cent- Taber's Trees
were laid, and the right wing of Hum- little .good keeping cool and firing 4(1(. acres enclosed with high fence-

' .Ide'* army tinder Oenernl Rumner low The foe was at their mercy. scuppernong grapes in flue bearing
r' crowned Into the town. It wa believed CaltIw"11'8 Seventh New York. led by stray I"ft aim. condition-thousands of nlagara -cai H,ivo aniitlabl" reputation for being well grown, thrifty Trod true of to nanvert atliciii
t' Colonel Bchnuvlc lost 10 officers grow pecans between the grapesgreat Imi ortniii' cniisliienitlons to the planter. Among: our thousands >
that Leo only made feint at von
a novelties
Salmon U of the
r. Queen one '
for mammoth .. whom are growing spy
killed and 8 wounded out of 25 In the chance poultr; >tomeri> l the Unl'ud htHtt-H Uovernmeot for we
'. topping the enemy front crossing for 240 killed and woundedout In dahlias plant-house, barn, etc.-high, health; hybililti, on ntrxci, both in nursery and oichard. Our twenty years exist
. the advantage In a battle for him fight men Tilt tuberose I I. already produced iii ioeataoui. Orchard Rod :Nurjierv experience' Is at your lervlce. Krult tre ", shade trees, K
1 would be to have Ilnrimlile on the of a muster Hint morning of 488 large, quantities on n commercial scale For further Information apply>, and OinammuaU. Frelulit Prepaid. Catalogue iree.

south 'bank under his guim on the effectives. In this brigade/ tbe One In North, Carolina. Gro.: II. CHAPIN,
t heights. Meanwhile the left wing of Hundred and Forty-fifth Pennsylvania Goldmine Is a chrrmintbemum of Florida House, St. Augustine. GLEN SAIXT MARY. NURSERIES. G. L. .TABER, Flat:
lost 43: cent thy Fifth New Hamphlro Glen Saint Diary,
J'..r t the Federal army under General per of rich color
large : ttoldeu yellow
led by the heroic Cross, C3 per
Franklin had crossed a few mile below
outer |I"'tllill rellexed. and those of the
t the town, and on tbe 12th llurn- cent and the Eighty-first Pennsylvania
I : side gave bin order for a desperate 07 per cent The Seventh New York center Inclined In 11 whorl. .g 8 r Official Supply house of The llllnola Fishermen's Association. -
; The newer cactus d.-thlln are tnngtilllient ;
Y attack by both wing on the 13th.Loci marched 1.700 yards under fire but Its it
" tar a. perfect, In form and tinhdi. I s Co.
marshals were all In the field The Chicago Net and Twine
rich iiml lii-llllinit I' \ In color. Dahlias
Lougntrut't! on the heights confronting Ira-
-- are em t the. top \vuve of favor again.
8umn..r and Jackson defending the 'iTUI.. =
I Itlcbmond road iigulimt Franklin. Prlticeps' Is a hew large flowering :1ut =

Franklin' attack wn gallantly made Itlud JOhlK. :

. by General Monde's troops, and for af The d.ihlla; In sold to be a native of r r.e q

moment Jackson's line woe broken, the tropics of America and will not e

f Hut thlt gap wn cloHi-d by the heroic ,. Htund front.Tbe ] 5.o

11 fighting of Jackaun'n men. On the V COURTING Crimson ItnmMcr\ rose may be
'f' right, French' dl'Isimt. led by Klin- V U called hardy In ordinary exposures, but .gDer, B" moo Q::

bull's brigade, Hindu a flnsb from the DANGER In n bleak, wind swop': place It ma: oo 1. I>

L 1' town through the suburbs to the Liaise winter .kill. (J n eat:

of the hill where Leu'ii troops lay. It Is courting danger to stand under lso1J b O... tIit

After marching 2(10 ,yards Kliuball' icy eavea. Not a few have learned this llcrltlno Cure flffi a = FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description 0 '

line canto to a wide en mil. which could to their cost Every winter Injury and Fever and Ague.: A dose will usual)] !Ei 1-0' Dealers in Seine : wine :Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.

not be vroHHcd without brenklug the even death are reported as the result of stop It chill, a continuance always cures, E CDQ Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.

.I. formation into column. this carelessness. But there is a far Mrs Wm. M. Stroud, Midlothian, Tex: 70-81-8J K.I! Indiana St. Chicago, III.

During tbe Federal delay at the more popular way of courting danger.; a". May 31, limo, writes : "We have ;;j t'e Log, I ...Mention The ADVOCATE in yonrletter... j I II
canal Washington artillery, stationed Every man or woman who neglects a used Ilerblne In our family for eight :t
I III hill rained hot and cough 1s inviting/ sickness, and many a )tears, and found) It the best medicine we I We are l\(8Inburottl; e Illinois Fishermen's A"MioOl"UOD
on ryo'
fatal sickness has its beginning In a slight have used for la bilious fover'
ever grippe! en
sht'li111011 the itssnlluiits. Beyond the I:
cou b.The and malaria" SOo at U. Ii. Wilson 11 t _. -
. canal I KhnbuU'a men reached a alight timely use of Dr. Pierce's Golden A Son. a 0 -
. rise of ground, and all their bead Medical Discovery will cure the cough.: cA.. S. Ir + dc CO

bowed above the crest' the COlltl'd.'rllleItllnn..r. Even when the cough Is obstinate and r:
: FLA.
a .
A Unldc In TarBlasr.II. 117, ," JACKSONVILLE
there is hemorrhage with emaciation and b 519 B., ut..
redoubled their fire But In ? !
8. In Farm
weakness "GvUlen Medical Discovery Thompson Poultry 1
pile of the Morenmlng shell 1ll11bnll'lIUno U
always helps and almost si ways cures gives! this pointer: Cut two narrow ClG !aEi .
rushed down
on, battering fence
C I WM troubled with a but tout which settled cardboard strip for each of your egg! -=s -
with clubbed rllle all they ran. The m my limit end 1.1Ine with a miserable trays. Write or print "Night"=" oh one >' 11. FULL 4I
. h Confederate changed from shell to cough" write. Mr. Joseph u. Burn, of 318HticMI < : FoN Fuld.
street' Ithncn. New and! ;\Iornllll on the other. Tack
canlBter nnd cut grout &t1l p* In the during York. "I used l two bi ranks, but the survivor pushed' your Oohlcu Mrdlcnl nbaroe.cry >

, forward until ntaggeri-d by n volley oft daseppesred; alter l which I cou cullnot .h. show turning through your eggs the, glass see that door'b'n tbe traysare ) Irs ) = EXPRfSS E>
tired Into their fuvt. recommend: medicine I
musketry your ( PaEVaI
tin highly,* shifted around BO tbat the Iln"Night" Y PREPAID
The second obstacle to the march up ,
ahow at night and "Morning"In "Ei
Accept no substitute for
the height was u sunken road and "Golden Medical Discov the morning.. Tbla will insure the d ; 1b 3
tone wall M> well screened by the od- There is la 1
ery. nothing even nppllcaUon of beat so
std terrace that from the Federal aide "jimt as good" for diseases important. ?9I I5
it looked to be one smooth stretch of 0 f the stomach -

1 ground. Behind the wall luy Cobb's blood, and lungs. Substitution JJcRut)StrenthAre c:; iil: '< 6Qw

Ueorglu legion, holding Its fire until means a little
tbe to those Half l more profit to the dealer Are desirable You are strong and
enemy range but a Iou to vigorous' when your blood Is pure. .sl i> C 4
of Klrubull'n men had fallen and the you. I Dz.
tr a
The Common Sense Uany-nny, most-, fall to properly dl-| irS? '
shattered regiment planted their color '
F Medical Adviser 1008 test their food, and so become pale sal- 8 e
In the ground and lay down to escape large pages, in paper ow, thin and weak, while the brightness : [ 8 ji 1 1 DfUVtRtO: fOil
the withering fire from uWve. covers, i* sent Jrte on freshness and beauty of the skin : If ( r
Following on the heels of Kimball 1 receipt of 21 one-cent and complexion, depart. Remedy this N < tJ9
the brigades of Andrew and Ialmer tamps to pay expense of unpleasant evil, by eating nourishing I Jj $.12 Or

suet the Mine Ore at the canal the mailing only.. Address food, and taking a small dose of Ilerblne lr .

IUe. W, b\I": truck awaiting te-enfprcei : falo, N. Y. have eaten. OOo at B. R. Wilson Son. Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.


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pro e""", """'iona.l Oards. PICTURESQUE BRITTANY.A IN THE WINDOW GA tDEN. SOOTHING SHOPPING.A I Women as Well as Men ''t

e" r) Market !5cn.! In Thin ()aMlnPrpnvk A Qnnrtet of K'nnillliir l'..*. nn. l**.crfful K.i'.rlt n.*v at th. BAN Are Made Miserable by : j
SO. M. BOBBDJS, Pru,'ln".. I Mow to T....* Th.-i IVorley (inx-rnl Knipurlnni. ;

: ' nan Hour) Brittany la a land where the peasant Green nphU) black I fljon.) white ,,worm Tile oxhniiHtod: shopper slInk upoi Kidney Trouble. :11

ATT0ItNEY AND COUNSELOR new pastry delight! till the eurth In oimve trousers, torvfl and neutral tinted. nhigs are iiu ntsured the sofa, whlta from the OIXMI mont ,e i

AT-LAW. dor Jncki-ts covcn-U with nrnbestiuciuliroidorlcs nuiwince to the window gaidewr. of hot reversed llaston. bag poured ;a .:t.I i

and United State -. and green waistcoat cascade of little "",,',' >1,' freshly utrng F Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. discourages : ,
whether considered 111.lh'lI1ulllly!
In State ; and lessens ambition .
SIll practice around which run linen of ci'lninon Fled tor at the Monday bargain cow ; beauty.vigor !f 'U
1 Court. The women wear abort red skirt tprs.
Office at TITUSVIIXK, FLA. great tncdlcl collars null coifs thnt flul this artistic iiuartc-t IH often a prohler "Oh" she (cried "why does one hl1"eto ; l- disappear when of thIS order kldnrys '. I I
are out ;
---------- T In lieroby !given that the petition pnl,. ter about tlielr heads like tli*> wings! ot outside of greenhouses, for living room shop In the city( ? Kverythlutf Is so I \ or diseased. ,:. J'"

GAULDEN, Notice bvliiw will be prenenteil to tliu lI rtl doves. From bcuvatlt the points otlitlr lIFO not open to the wholesale treat hurrltnl co'ifuM 'd, complex:, dlntractlninnd I ,' Kidney trouble has .' '; *:' 1

L. a upeclul of I'uhllo aoiMlon Inntructlim of the Itounl of ItravaritaCoiinty. to ho. helil at at blnck cups the children gaze at mont given clsewlitroi says n writer I In norve, destroying! It 1 wore onl,;' ;.. .__.,become so prevalent "' ,

9win ATTORNEY.AT.LAW, 'rlttisvw5, *>1("'Iunt\ Kant, N'orU'yl< ii that It Is not uncommon ;
IUH8. of anlninls. while I there 1 \ for a child to be born 1-
<< lice. hand 11IdllIDud/ fro [.IIlIt suiiHiH'r was I
III all the Courts of the 8tate The nncterttlgned qnallHetl xloctora' tbaturn> These people live In houses built or \ hull to buy n yiirtl of' dark blue ribbon, I 1ll.e: afflicted with weak kid. f.. I
a tax on real, or I'prM..uall'rolnrty., ami ar. r*... quont showering are often all tlmt 1 1uecexHiiry 18 If the child urln- t t
Plol Pld a,and' the)' United Btat" too'often. the
low d""rlhool. I'otklon Your especiully fIr _,. aiM If ,
VLA. Kimorable
r.o B,,,,rn an eluctl.iu to 10" held In tlie terrltor Hotly I IorIer to clouds cnrved Mice the. uioucharubleks sonpHuda are used In the sprinkler. tho crossroads to get it. It took sonn(' urine scalds the flesh or If. when the child '

iMtreln IerIIod to ilutennlne wliother mipmilMllvliuoii ot Egypt| live minutes to convince the imiutubiPilrtetor roaches an age when It should be able to t' \4.

J. WEBB, al tax Kfhool or Harriet the county for tlm Minll|IlIrI.uKe$ beuonie| i>f a lovylnami spot: {. In Rjjlteof the "Itreton Interiors" am \.elll.Hut nheu tho vermin lie thick on thnt I really wanted dan( control the passage!: It Is yet afflicted with 1.. i ;::

onllpctlnic adlntrlrt ituliiMil tax, for tho eioliiHlve "Heturus of the FlHliprtuen" wit crevice or fold tobacco fume blue and could not be persuaded to accept bed-wetting! depend upon It. the cause of ..; 1.

ATTORNEY.A T.LA W, use of pul.liu free "h..lo) within tilnal.l ) .. which pntnters SlYliliii|) the market Uili alone are equal to the occasion; tbe light IiiHtend. which he conslderei the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first 'I 11 ;'j' :
llttrlflt, and to elect t\irvo\
I liHchnol
In the Courts of the 7th 'f'uNteoM..f &Kltl illiitrlre anil liernonn to aulhi.", race is still unknown or tulAiindor. smoke however must be confined cIt more fiultnble mill IxK-omlng to a full step should be towards the treatment of I .. '

Cult will practice paid for non-resident Ize the sura of three mill, niiixlnuim tax, to Ioe10vlr..1 stood for they should 1 IIP, Keen not. In U of little use. I often group a number comploxloned IHTHOU of my years; hi these Important organs. This unpleasant I. '" '., \ !f
Taxes the wlcliiu trouble diseased ,
( upon property saId dlHtrlo Is due to a. condition of the ;
ad Hints and accounts oollected.V1LLIC for the next two yearn afri-r the formlnff I of paintings, but In their homes In th.-li of ntlllcted plants on u table closely added reassuringly that anybody untie kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ; : j I

FLORIDA.ATTORNEY.ATLA of Bald 1'"III1C Rpeolal 50111,11.4 tux l clUtrict therein., for the exclusive use old time streets, on murUet days and covering the same with newnpaperi. forty was not too young for baby blue most people suppose. ... :11'1 I:' ,

The bouuilui les of the proposed Special T,,. when In fair time the tents are pltchet cone fashion leaving Rpnce' nt the bottom "Another five tnlntites were given m Women as well as men are made miserable \ /

School Dintrlct to be a* follows subject I tamendment In the village tunrket places., to introduce the smoke; a cigar or; to Mil Incredulous reluctance to bellevt with kidney and bladder troublo If "

D. PENNEY, ordorlnn by the the Hoard election ot Fiililio as la permitted ItiHtructlobefore by Fiery little horses draw to mnrkel two may be thus couifQrtnble utilized that two InclieH wldo would not do ni and both need the same great remedy. '',:'.,

law: : fish flue vegetables anti fill the early or the tobacco uuij- IMI burned on coal III well as three OMpectoIly as tho thre The mild and the Immediate effect of \ '

W, followH AU that I part Coniinnncliitf; of Hrevard at Count the .Vorthwent dimrrlbed cor... produce of UoMcoff. They are gpreac if due precaution Is um-d. The pnpt'/ Inch width had been nilxlald on a tov)) Swamp-Root Is aoon realized. Itis'"" sold ;ji r '

FLORID4 ner of Heotlon, Townxhlp 32 Routli It.inm: :SU out upon the sidewalk. Chicken* 'should 1 be left on twenty-four hours to shelf Silt) be would have to get a stepladder by druggists in fifty- '\ I'i i.
UCCTIU.EI Kant;. run thence Kn.t to Atlantic Ocean. thencsouthennterly cent and one dollar 0:::. ": :
In all the courts of the 7th al"n|{ the Orean Ixiuoh to the n"rUI cackle; goats bleat; pigs tied by tin prevent possible! resuscitation of tin to get It down. Several mon sizes. You may have a I, I 1.111' .'!"
nil practice line of Township: thence we t to the pronen Nig ptrnln toward vegetables. sniff narcotic victims. minutes passed, In'the search for the bottles mall t"I!' ...
Judicial Circuit.) line of 1'recinrt N.,. In Indian Kivei sample by
precinct 12.:
thence. nortliwenterly In oalil River to point"I IIIK at the fresh greens. The bUick tiles 11 nil white nn ladder Its laborious portage from the free. also pamphlet tell- n m. ol swIng ........a-e.

I beirlnnlnic, Including nil iHlaniln In Raid' Hive. Karmers In sabots carrying great moro cloHcly, related than nppcaranci! cellar, Its erection and repair with 11 all about it, Including many ot the

r* A. FROST, Also within oonimpnulnie the boundary at the linen Nortluveat of I'rorlnot corner No. 1.of. blue umbrellas under their arms wltl: or habit would lillIit'll te. It tho soil Is: piece of twine. the braces bclntf broken, thousands of testimonial letters received

J' H..otl"nll.( Townnhlp 811'10nth.' Itunite 3A KIIB the two ribbons of their felt hats 11 outing badly infested It In well to repot the nnd his final nsctMit to tbe dim mul from sufferers cured. In wrIting Dr. Kilmer

ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, run thence east to Range line bctwuun nanles down their backs pick their wa) plant If It Is Hiuiill. but tbo large dusty upper region, whence the box ol & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be aura and]
37 and 3K. thence south on said lUnne line I tl) Ii
fill practice in all the Courts of the 7t1 north line of Towmthlp 30.! thenoe mint on sal<1 among the Dlnan china displayed on growths will not boar llI1'lntllt'lr/ wide ribbons wna nt length produced, mention this paper. .

Judicial Circuit. TownshIp Him to Range line between Ranges 311 the ground-capacious o\jf, tureens roots Bhuken trt" >. A twiHpnonful of "I found a shade that would do and -
and 30.! thence-SIlILt i on said Run e Una to
north line of Township 37. thence eii. ,"t on Hal. cider Jugs and plates covered with); saltpeter In n quart (It water used nt he leisurely measured off a yard, tin- I' .

TRCIVILLE, FLORIDA. Township Una to Range line between Ranirea old painted flowers and grotesque figures. Intervals of It few days speedily ICHHCIII gered It. then paimcd( to rub n perplexed k
and 41, thence north on .said hangs I lino tBoiitheaHt o
corner of Hoctlon 12. TownHhlp The peasants converse with but few and OAontuiilly quiets the pests ant : ear and! smile Ingratiatingly _ I ii

A. MORGAN1, Honih Range 40 east. thence west to southwer gestures; they bargnln In gutters serves ns n fertlllxor; nn' well. Ilaiu ."1'IIC't In." he 'onfltll'tl sweetly, '1 1
FREDERICK corner.. alil. Suction li, thnnoe north to nortl
went onrnur. of 8 crlon I. TowiiKhlp! uttHotitlKanue tones.Tliohe. picking Is first In order( for the slURH. sold tile hint pair of m/lsHors In tht'' j,41

Abstracts of Title. "40 euHt theineeat to HIM" Atlantic Oomirthence < taciturn people forget/ themselves which never In life or denth relax: tholihold. store J lIst liefoiv .you came I II. nnd l'\e
Houthuiwtei alonir the IEA1 ESTATE AND INSURANCE, line or county'ly thonce we.t, to Kaiiue 'Mn" In tlie. barroom on fair days I found a IUIt hll'llhnlr tern thin forgottpn my jllc'l( kill roo I It's kind of 1 ?

between lUiiiKmi !j4 anil HA, thence north on Rilid The. taverns are full or iiolue. You Infested nnd 1 after cltllrhltill/ Htlpci" nwUwnrd cutting It I off lint I'll man- r ,

Loans, Notary Publlo.flections ItuiiKe line t j point of Uliiiilni| limy bear the sound of nn accordion( I showered freely with wbalo oil !sudt ave Hoinehow.I KUCHM. there's an ax I

Typewriting, Stenography V. I. Signatures.A1en. ilonker n. V. n lid the plaintive I note of tIlP blnlou ((11 and have not since been troubled.A .. 111 t tho shed.'

TITUSVILLE, FLA.. lIyr.l.14aker IY.H. Ihu'kuo..J h..rk..r. J. W'C., sort of bugplpe) li-iidlng nionotonoutilnnces. "Me carried the silken roll away -a) ,

Co..n. n. E. ('loaull..l'1I. J L.Urawlly. Good Thing. with him art lu Htnrleil with comfortn1 .

.\, J. 1I0w.nn L. H.I Into the harbor come hosts ladeii German Syrup Is the special preHcrlp > deliberation to (find I the ax. which .
WADE H. JONEsFR0ST& Freitnicliion .
Knurr. 1' G.
;,A. >;1i.lwar.I. W. I)
'N..lrleksoY.. L. Y.antz. N. W.Fultz with fish; other bouts go out. Tin1nxhcriDcn tlon of Dr. A. Hoachee, a celebrated German though the hunt for ItVIIH lonp; and

JONES, I. 11:. Hillt-eb. .:. F. are full of buHlnexs. Nest' physician and U acknowledged/ tc IWI'1''I'IIII'I' < 'iitly i could not he

Hair. B.. A A., B. Holmes.Ilardee W.H. A.Ilanur. R.. week. will tuvur the departure for the be one OJ the most fortunate discoveries found for we cnuglit n glimpse< of him ,

REAL: ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Efoke R. I). Holll1eo. JameeHull. new ,'Oulltr)'. There are women who In medicine. It quickly cures coughs, nt lust through tlu luilf open door to __ ,
8. F. Hlill. .,. 'V. colds and a\ll\ 1 n ng trou bles of the severest back : tieverlnK the requiredyard _
the shop
Loans and Collections. Harris. W. H. Hudoon.4'lIr.. w eep.( nature removing as it does, the cause ol
Harris J. A. JlIl..rla. LewiS Above alt this agitation the smoke ot i of rlblion\ with 1111 old ('bl"I.i .
1tarnlsChas.. Ilardee H..Ienkjns. the affection and leaving the part. In a Miss Ide. M. Snyder
TrrusviiLB FLORIDA. with the i nnd ,
J. t. .IiIne.q. J. iii.Ientflng. the village( chimneys mingles/ strong and healthy condition. It Is not "It was nil so Herciie, so soothing .
., It. .TefforiT. W.Keinp.W. ". great white cloud.. The quiet sen mirrors experimental medicine but has stood so IIlIth.rnt'tnrI! believe I shouldn't Tw-NM. el .fM !t
: : :, an Ilroohlyn t.ut; Lad Art riantI .
Kcit .J S.IorournsptuJ.
A. WOR LET, B. II ,...... J. H. the sun.-.1rtl Cuiitalgue in Cen the test of jours, giving satisfaction In be II wreck before New: Year's every I If women would more attention to | I
G .
Matter. R. ]Mualer J. W. tury. every case, which Its rapidly Increasing winter If I could only do my Christ. would pay
JATTORNEYATLAW. _ their health wa hava more happy
1IIunoh. (:. H. .
Miller. John Two million
tale every season confirms. inim shopping at the ICant I Norley general
wives mothers and I If they I
Murray. .1. C. ]llo'lCan. J.l\I. Comfort.It ,
Tourists Try Oermam
oernl practice In State and Federa Moore C 8. MuCarty C. T. bottles sold annually. Bonchee'a I f.'lI1p\'luIII.-\'OllUI'S Companion. would obierve results they would Ind
Courts. All business entrusted will Patlltttt.J.8. J'rallll.lI'. C.Poppeii is what Its name Implies. If you Syrup Introduced In the United :HUtoia that the doctors' prescription. do not ]
.t.. C. I'omeroy Wrn.I'arker are troubled with your bladder, kidneys,, 18A8, and Is now sold la every town
receive attention.
prompt H. I... 1..lltelt. .Jas. J. perform many cum they are given
Com world. Three '
take thecivilized Ones:
trouble the Loved
In Save
heart and
;oeral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate Rico,.. R. R. RealD" C.J. rheumatism or credit ror. v ,
Ream ,. W. N. Itaulenson. II. B. fort. It Is pleasant to take and harmless doses will relieve any ordinary cough Mrs. A.Vllot Newcastle Colo. I In consulting with druggIst h. ad. ,
Miami. Mary my
n..ule..n. W. H. Itaulenino. .Ino.8walli. bottle. I). R. Wil and
AH oOcts a rice[ 23 7 cts. '
druggists lIorehoun.1lIyrup Carduf
vlied Mc lre. Vina of and Tried
MIAMI, FLORIDA.TEPHEX J. H. S. T. H.Saeger Titusvllle. KOI writes, : "I believe Jtallard's
A. K. i'seger. H. A.. son & :Son agents at : Is superior to any other cough fords Black-Draught and 10 I took It and
8h..tluck.. E. J. 8".on. J. farther particulars write your troublei Thumb Nail rietnm.In hava to thank him for MW I
medicine and will do .nil that i Is claimed every reason a
E. FOSTER, Stewart B. C. 8cbulr.. H J. to the Afco Chemical Co., Jacksonville. ,, collections centuries old to be hits to with restored health. !
!'Sneden W.C. Tancre. W.U. for It, and It Is so pleasant to take. My opened up me ,
WolA, W. F. Waters.. .1. T. Fla. _ seen In both China and Japan Are little girl wants to take It when she has | and It only took three month. to cure Into** '
ATTOKNE Y-AT-L A W,, w..n..I..T.. W"lth. S. F. GovernmentVlillewaah.. specimens of the most remarkablodrnnlng no need for It." OalUrd's Ilorehound Sy.
Winter. .P n. Wluter. E. L. Wino of Carduhlearegulatorofthe|
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jai. Walker, E. V. 4t-apr3 The government recipe for white- '* In the world p'ctuivs of nil up ls the great cure for all pulmonary monttnial functions and is a most as-

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. wtisli which Is um>d (Ill !lighthouses kinds drawn with the thumb nail. The ailments. 25o, BOo and .1.M( ) at 1). R. toninhing tonic for women. It cures

Application for Tax Deed. ami other government buildings where nail. or the thinnliM) Oil the' loft bands Wilson & Son. scanty,sllp'roM""J. too frequent, Irwjrularaud -

wliltpwuxh Is /Ulrf.d.! Is mild to be of the artists of these sire allowed to painful ninnatruation fallinff
BURJTIJAM, M. D. DO YOU WANT 6110 II UWfUNG REAL of the womb. white anti flooding. It
N.s Under Sue. 8. Chap. 4$*$, Laws of Florida. tilt best fonuula there is. It is as follows grow to an enormous length sometimes when
todlspoMa is .
estate agents endeavoring helpful approaching womanhood -
IS HEREBY HIVES THAT .KHS : Put two pallfnU! of boiling water to a foot or eighteen/ Inches and
SURGEON and SPECIALIST NOTICE No,257datedlhelthday any property you may have fur sale or during after child
nun'liiwernf Tax ertlnnaie III n barrel and iidd one-half bimbel of arts then pared down to a pen slinpud proHnanry
or July. A. D 1HUM. hat exohsnge ? If so, aoiul full particulars birth and in change o. life. It frequently
Ear, Nose and Throat Shell Raid rertlHuate In my olllce and bus m""
for tax deed to Issue. In aoo"ancewlth'aw. ) one peck of common, salt die. In beautiful vermilion or sky blue llnnovorton, O. that have boon barren for years. All
EST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA.R.HOUGUTOVS oertlflca embraces the lollow
Maid e
Ing ileHcrlhed' "' pMI.ertyslt."te,111I llrevurd oonnty" solved hi hot water and coVer the Ink, the only kinds of IlIk used In these dru "I.t. have '1.00 bottles of Wineof

Florida. to-wlti Lots, Block 17., Tlnuvllhtaent barrel( tightly to keep In the steam bocred thumb nail drawings the artist lardul.WI: .
on 3, Township. K 8.. lUnne; K.!!: The pal,, TAX ASSESSORS NOTICE.
lime Is Blacking. U'lien the gracefully outlines his wiyk.Occasionally .
D land being asxmKud at the Hate or the Issuance while! the
such certificate In the name of 'rhnodore! TltnR. violent bubbling lit over stir until well the bold touches from |
Unless paid certificate shall lie redeemed I will be at the flIowlnltplaoe" the N
DATING DENTAL APARTMENTS according to law tax deed will, issue thereon onthe27thdayof ml.led together and If neceHxnry add tho studio of a master In this department Taxes for the
Ai.rll A.t.IIN'3' more boiling water so as to have the of "high art" are life size and purpI.ef Assessing '---5--- -
the '; olUclal 1 and seal this the ear )KKKi.fnsv ) );'. 1
on "Dentos Witness inv slunutiira ,
27th day of March. A. 1>. IWK). mutts like thick creniu. strain through are sketched by a few sweeps of the ( Momlar, April, nth. :
Now AT PALM BEACH. [nt. <5t Seal A. A. STEWART. a sieve or coarse cloth. Make a thin artist's arm. Like other pictures and Narrows, Tns"lar, 7th.Hehiutliui *
"1. "Rth.
Clerk Circuit Court of Hr.vard County Rtnrcli of threlIJOunlls of rice flour ketches of the orient these sacred Orant weilnniKMr Prl.isy, Ilith.

anil one pound of strong glue having bumb: nail pictures are mounted and ]Malalwr, Hattirilar. April I lIet,.
R M. MASONS, Notice of Special Legislation. ]Melbourne, Tuvsilnv and WeolnMday"| | 14, II//I.
first soaked. the glue in cold water and rolled up like scrolls. Kan 1I..lIIe. Tlinrsilmy, Hull.llxnyan p
to the latter mixture add two pounds I FrliUt. L 17th.
19 HKRKBV UIVEV THAT APPLI- Tltii-vllle Moydnv and Tueu'lay! April 1'l.' :ill.Hhllnh .
DENTAL-S UKOEON, NOTICE will n.. "' .....e to the nlslature ol of whiting. Add this to the lime wash 110"'" Tills ThurmlMv. V.lnl.Maiiliiver .
the State of Florida at Us approachingsession and also sufficient hot water to diluteto We otTer Doe Hundred Doll trs Reward Krlilny !V4th.
for the passage o; a special ace authorIzing Minis. Vinniluv. April 27tll.IjHintnge .
'"'ORD, .' FI.O IDAKidiwoue 1 the format.ion. of the Fifth Itoml District : the proper consistency. Keep hot for any case of Jatarrh that cannot be ,; TuMday. \SMtli.
or ".ev&rlo..lll1ty. Into a sperlal II1'prov.m..lleoIll1lrlct. while applying. It will require about ured by Hall's Catarrh (:ure. I'ltyl'.I"t, Wmlnesilaf, Kith.Merrlft Seeds
for the purpose of oonRtructlna gno.1roads ( ] Thursuajr SOth.nm .
In saul district and, IsmiinK bonds and all 'Quarts of the mixture to 100 square f. J. CHEXRV: Co.rroj, Toledo O. >rKluni>, Hntunlay, May 'Jnil.Csna ... planlNt by r.-
oley's evylnK taxes on the pro.ertyln! said district' to feet of surface, and It may be mad We, the undersigned have known F.J >v..ial, Tuesday .' 0th. and lisr'hewv, who b.ctoi.poi
of the people. and believe ....."..-olln.. I Sye
lor for lb. last IS
pay Cheney year, be meet all the taxpayers .. .
uameRuRUIIMON; : AND trtHfclW.Committee.. any color desired. Would pleased to IA, P.'." 5 ilIute IIHiI.
*ta kidneys and bladder right. : him perfect!) honorable In all business of tlie County on the above mentioned ... Y.tT, ,.,.. e enI -P ato J- lire.

Tlbhals, Florlda.Marcb Iff, 1U03. lot mayW ransactlons and financially able to carryout dates and have them make are .eo. ;* =A" '
For Constipation : .. .. ,, .........
any obligations' made by their firm. and real estate ... ... -so"II .p "
BO YEARS of world'* laxative, Af. urn of all their personal D. M. .IIIt" 00.. ,
Kxeciitor's Notice.To Try a bottle our West &: Truss Wholesale I Druggists, To- J. F. Woori1: A
ropertv. Detroit,
EXPERIENCE c<,(ets, at all druggists. B. K. Wilson& "edo, O., Welding Kinnan fc: ,Marvin, Tax Assessor for Drevard County.
Son agents for Titusvllle or mailed to Wholesale Druggists Toledo, O.l1all' Mia".J

all whom It may concern : BIX any address on receipt of Ktets In stamps.. Catarrh Cure l Is taken Internally, I> -rof- --CoUl--and Orl[). ___ ___ ,_ ._ I
OIVBV Jackoonvllle.
YOUCE It* HERKHV Address, The Afco Chemical Co., e.lng directly upon the blood and mu-
i.l months from the date of this notice I will the Price 73c The greatest danger from colds and The Largest and Most Comnlate >
present my final.oioiinu to the Honorable _ _ ous surfaces of syatatn. ,
A. D.: Penney.. County; Judge In and for HrevardCounty. per bottle. Sold by all druggist. Tes- (rip U their resulting In pneumonia.' Ifea.sonable Establishment South.
State of Florida" and apply for.Letters Horn DleeotnfortB."No Imonlals free. ( care Is ,,"Itd. however and
; TRADE MARKS r>f Dismissal as Executor of tne tstate .f Hanseupsen of the husband In aspasm Pills the best. (ybamberlala'a Cough Kemedy taken, all
t ,.1' late of the County of Brevarv State : grumbled hails Family arp EO.)! S. HACKER & SON
,. DESIGN Florida. deceased. of confidence to a friend. "I anger will be avoided. A mong the teo.of

A.."..".""''nl,[ a_"I,WI..COPYRIGHT, and doacrlptlon AC.mat : JOHN Estate of BORBJf9BJI.Fxeeutorof Hans Jeppsen.Jensen :. jare no place at all for my books. Quslli" .... Pr5r.. thousands who have hare used this to remedy learn

,I"""up!,.>n"i""n" "p "I"1". "" '". wn.tb..r an Fla., Nor. 18, IWM. I &w IImoWASTED8&VERA.L room Is kept exclusively for Quality IH essential to securing good for these diseases we resulted yet .
r ."'...""'.". nilOTtlal.'YlanrthnokonpiVinUlm We sltould nliu Mirror of. single/ case having pneunonla
'.. wi te tbat It
(".. ..... ray which shows conclusively
I' '1 a 'r, ro. "a''''' .putilunn PERSONS OK :"'" I.'k... "...waiii oa> C... rica.. .. In each state "Ob. she puts away those things that aDd l-'artuer to have the chicken asull I. a certain preventive of that dangerous

lt wl'hout" Chnrgp, In (one In thl*connty requlnnlt representnd are a trifle too good to be destroyed on the breast as the turkey and Its llaeaae. It will cure a cold or an attackf

cjcntific i.itan. advertise old established. llnir.wealthy Salary biiKlne$2l the grip ID leas time than any other
... solid Hnar.cUl an<
.A."""""'""..If Illnatrated .....IrI,.. T........ rtr- hOIl. *of with IIltl"'smI aildltlonal all payable. In. Itrooklyn Life.SEVERE thown by comparison o' the Games reatmenr. It la pleasant and safe to
....kI," 0.' "fly, i.'ieltISd' !" "ial. Tarmi. t3 i38iB" direct each Wednesday. from head offices.Torse and Dorkings' with the Asiatics.. As w. ake. for' sale by all druggists and mod-

1IJii' &flu D,. Sold I.II lilewYoB'aahlnstoo. and carriage Knolnseil furnished self....ldre.sed when necessary.tofences envelope. ATTACK: OF GUlP. leer fuse, the Inclination III fowls to ftywe cine' dealer .

*" St.,Chicago. muscle In the. breast.
..... Colonial; Co. 334 Dearborn reduce! tbe
011I.... .. ,
QI r $ .D. ti 0..10. I. P1cm.
The( Brahma, which cannot fly at all.
(Ills Rottlsi of Ch mb rlml a' m1
-NNER? SALVE Some Special Offers. Cured by Coach Rero...,.. las a sharp prominent breastbone for The Octolwr 1'iirpl1. M recent odd kind! _a.5 __-
Ion) to tile lint. Is a liitv Japanese p
"" attack of the Trip lut winer as the wings are seldom used the I
., "Wben an j. -- ,
ast and market. It Is large.
i healing salve In the world. 'or the. table -
In although
(the second one)) I actually cured ray' reast Is deficient went
Fruit and Truck Grower, Chamberlain oundlsh. slightly point**!. with a thick MANUKACTUMCllS OF
The Florida .elf with one bottle of be frame exists, while the Maine.
( be new monthly Journal devoted espeo-. Cough Remedy," says Frank W. Perry, which uses Its wings for flying and t doom ovi-rsprvadlug Its purple color

MEY DISEASESthe ally to the Interest of the fruit and Testable Editor of the Enterprise, Shorti! lll N.Y. ilso offensively when necessary has a and dotted with green and white spots. Doors, Sash Blinds, I

grower of the State Is publishedt 10o. This is the honest truth. I at renst Oiled with muscle: yet It is farxblnd The quality tt claimed to be excellent I

Ocala, at *1 a year. Single months copies trial tlmetJ kept from coughing myself to the turkey In that respect. and the tree Is vigorous and a good flcnlding & Building Material.Office .
time a six of this
limited teaspoonful .
For a taking a
most fatal of all di* pieces by jesrer.
will be sent to new subscrlo- There is room for improvement In this
the couighingspeilrould
iibHcrtptlon and when : f
emedy, & Waieroom King oppoalU
the and and be done with
both It
Or characteristic can
would take
era for 25: cents. come on at night I a Walks Without Crutches.I Cannon Utreet.Charleston .
Grower and Semi-Weekly Times- seemed that In the briefest careful selection without In any manner '
Track and It

OlEY'S KIDNEY CURE Is I Union for $I.2j.of New Or York with, both the Thrlce-a-one year. lose oterval the cough would pass free off and from I Impairing the laying qualities. rrltea' was Ed.much C. Nod afflicted, lowavllle with, Hedgwlolco acidic, S. C. "
World perfectly
' Week to sleep
Buarautitd go ., Kan., "going/ about on crotches and
for tl.2j.L. J. BRUMBY. Pub. Ocala. FI a. ough that and the Its accompanying remedy acted: pains.M a most To Anyone In South Florida offering; a deal of pain. I was Induced lash Weights Cord and

say In their leisure time, to try Uallard's snow JJnlment, which ,
*r It make money
money refunded ContalmJjf urreeable surprise is putting very came of a Urge mao- elleviNl me. I was Induced to try Bal-.
mildly. I bad no idea that It would or istrlbutlng! the product relieved Hardware. j
*'es recognized by eml- knock oat the grip, simply be- featuring company among ,lbs Ir nelgnors. ard's Snow Liniment which
Homes ..alefor I used three 500 bottles. U I I. tie
steady me
had ,
t tried It for such a Our goods have a ,
Virginia I had mver purpose > VIndow and Fancy Glas
Physicians as the best for case which ban been wholly by reateat liniment I ever used; have reo
seemed with the 25
and It ,
did yean
bat It who mended .It to umber of all
ldiiey persona :
and women) :
and Bladder troubles. Lands mcood attack of couching the remedy our local agents (men themselves being benefltted A SPECIALTY. .
If as
Ton learn all about Virginia be of lew dnratloo rn good wages the year round you press ____ ____
not only >
used it to '
cnitlraflon walk without -4
SOc. of I
and $'.00. product, mode and I Ihad profitable business without b1 It. now ,
resources, far less severe I wlah good
Its a :
n. n. reading/ the mt the pains were addressed ream -: wble to perform. great deal of light I.II ht- '
by self
WILSON &; SOX. prices etc., Dot used the content of one bottle eking money, send a otey's Honey and Tarrchlldrenaat.aure.
and 1.00 att.
25 CUo '
lOct the farm.
Send bor
Farmer. adieu!' For envelope for full particulars to, II on e.
Virginia had bid me
to the before Mr. Grip Mass. K. Wilson .t Sop. fo No opiates
subscription :; Boston
'Ofeysjj00y and Tar for 3 months Va. ale by all druggists.! Lea Wade, GeaR Agt. (Q 1 ) ,
Co. Emporla,
Colds Farmer ,
prevents pneumonia. ,


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JAMES. PIUTCHABD, President; WM. .IlL. BROWN, V ce-Prenid

C. S. SCHUYI.KK, Cashier. W. 8. DRAINING, Asst. Cashle.


Much\ Interest of late has bee INDIAN BAN]

a W..JELt'JOURNAL DZTOTD TO TBS D.T.I IBKT .- taken in tree planting and the preservation -

t .. : Or THB IHDIAM BIVBB, LAKHWOBTH of our forests At a recent ForBiliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
AND BISOAYNB DAV.100TIONI. of members of the
Authorized capital, $100 I
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I In
Foresters -
BVBKT FBIDAT.DISABLE Society of American '' $25'Average
Paid /
f up -
Roosevel stirred that the bile <
Washington, President The liver must be gently so
I ,
j\},' H. WALTON, Editor & PubHsheiDiscontinuation said that the object of the forestr; fwill be thrown off in the right channel; the system. deposits, $100,0; (
was to make prosp'erouhomes the time should be Invigorated.
.. policy at ume
... "
of mivts. roust be made 4
and to see that they wen Transacts a General Bank

Bklly at this ofllc or by writing. kept BO. Homes, he said, could be N'1VER

Obeok,oto.,may he made payable to CHABLBH. made temporarily prosperous by; } jILLS Business
Fl I
I! WALTONpublah.r.BOSTo / forest destruction, but could not be It1 1

AIIVO- :. made permanently so except by thi '' Largest and Oldest Bank on the R]
Jo.u' CUAST wise
( OVF1Ck-Tun preservation of forests by a
cillim t404 Atlan tlo avenue. the Mild Power Cure that Exchange bought; and sold on all Fred
OATH bus opened an use of what they afford. The mos and Tonic Pellets forni, .n d ,
Boston, wblub will bo In chnrKO of Mr. Claude without shock or injuryto q rry -j Countries.
hopeful sign In the forest situation, completely docs the work

C.Walton. the President believed, is that the< soy part of the ystem. 44 Patronage appreciated. Prompt nervice t.
i Lff nuU favor n i wi'ius
treatment every ci> "'tani
in writing to the ADVOC-ATB for Informs lumbermen are appreciating tb< Sample and Booklet fro*. I. jrvative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .

tlon of any kind the writer will oblige by enoliHM benefits of forestry and are pratIng :
a .tllml'e
t 1. It.One. 1w.p 25 days as cts. ", ,,.. .. "pA't ;: .y0" National\ Bank of Jacksonville, Fla '
e 7
r of the United States foresters -.,si "'=
Addreis all communications to IV., .11-- L TUSVILLE FLA.
p( EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Mr E. A. Sterling, has beer uh MU r.L ,

BLOamA. on a visit of inspection at the upper -
I end of Indian River, as a guest
.- .- -' -- -- of Dr. Ilarwood Huntington, al 1 TilE: SOUTHERN

u. S. Department of Agriculture Lyratta and a large amount of

Bureau-Jupiter, Fla planting has been proposed by him Sold by U. B. WILSON A SON, TITVgVIIXK.Lo ".11., I ,; :::: : '
Weather __ Wood Coal Coke Brick Cement
-long leaf pine and other treesin ,

The folio wing is a comparative state an experimental way. Generally Geranluuu in the lion.... *
rainfall for the considered thai .. Dee to Sad 'nostdm..
went of temperature and It has been single! und double fjfruulnins' or.

I. weekending Tuelday,March 31, 1003. pine tree planting was useless, except Professor' J. A. Holmes.state geologist among the .best winter bloomers. But Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk BrickOffices .....,.
I" _100U- -1002DAM. by the largest landowners ; and of Norm Carolina, In discussing do not expect geraniums to bloom In ,
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIW. be done for the Item of expense chargeable to the winter without plenty of sunshine and Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. '
83 68 even by them only to t ; foot of Hogan Street, ,
compelled to .

f 2.1; 7t fact of farm horses being will and make -- '
warmth. They grow
c(;t" :In 7(1( 0:1: tt 08 the third and: fourth generation. lie Idle when they-should be profitably In cool room with very 'J. JC.ilUNNERL.YN, General Manager.
27 70 70 75 07 This old rule will bear modification,, engaged la hauling the farm productsto thrifty plants a such
on! but bloom under
70 little sunshine,
4. 28 77 71 because, as turpentine and resin mark on account of bad roads,
77 OJ!) 84 72 conditions? Ob, no!
21.: 78 08 HS 71 continue to advance in price, it will places the loss due to this cause in fif
31 75 (13 I; 75 (1:1f : eventually happen that a small I ty-six middle and western counties of The ADVOOATK l Is on file every weekat MeMurray & Baker

Total rainfall: for the week: 3.15 holding of pine trees will yield good that state'at $1,000,000 per annum. the American Club, Havana. ,
,) Departure from normal rainfall for revenues. :Moreover, the time between The ADVOCATE Is now on :file at all

\ from week normal plus rainfall 2.52: inches.since January Departure 1, planting and the first crops I A permanent A Perm"D.nt rond Is one Ro..tbat... is l well the be hotels In New York city 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

"'"'.. pins 11.23 Inches. I but one generation, and everyman laid out upon the best available grade, Whore to stop In Tltusvllle? See Tltusvllle -
.. \ UAL. I'. IlAnmN, Observer. is expected to do something that has a foundation and drainage for \ hotel axl on our 7th page. :?:="-w -Makers and Jobbers of-
: ,
.- .. for' his heirs. : all time so that everything on wheelsof Where to stop along the East Coast. 1iS: "
l Horticultural The pine trees make no demands'or all sizes kinds and weights In use See list of hotels on pages 4 and 7. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materiaijj '

I' THE Florida State fertilizer or cultivation.. All ''at tbe present lay can (be accommo- ,

Society will meet- at 1\I1amiin May. hey ask is to be planted, and they ,, dated In a, creditable1! and satisfactory. Notice of Drawing the Jury. 1 I'J" BT 5? gl Saddleiy, Rubber Tires,
Good toads Magazine.The
vlll do the rest-provided the bush manner* says
IT Is said to be a foregone conclusion ires are kept away from them At surface of a permanent road The Judge of the County Court and First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
Itobt. W. should be pat In the bent condition the Sheillt:\ of Brevarcl COI.nty, Florida, .
that Congressman the growth Is said to be 1 with the Clerk of the Circuit -- -
: present practicable for wear, but so long as will meet -- ---
Davis will be tbe next governor'ofFlorida. about forty-four trees to the acre; I, horses wear metal shoos or have hoofs Court, at the Clerk's office la Tltusvllle,

f i j :Much success to him. but this can be readily increased to I and wagons have metal tires, many of Urevnrd County, Florida on Mondaythe 11 Screen Door & Window, Frames
Oth day of April, A. D. 1003, at
two or three hundred per acre, If : which should be wider some work o'clock a. m., for the purpose of drawingthe
HKEVARO'S pineapple growers are tbe seedlings are allowed to grow. must bo done at short Intervals on to serve at the Spring Term of
the fine the is their surfaces. Hut that Is the only jury lirevard Ve have. just installed special machinery for the manufacture of screen II!<:
elated and for
f feeling highly over The scant forty-four to ,acre Circuit. Court In county and
and window frames and can make them In all sizes, styles designs.
,J outlook for one of theargest} cropsof lue to the fires which devastate the part of the ronabed of a permanentroad Florida, which said Court will convene Can cover them with plain green/( wire, galvnnived wire or POMPEII:
that should require the expenditure the 27th! day of April, A. D. 1903 be-
will (In
: pineapples in years :Money natural wealth of Florida. A fireguard thereof. The I TIKON/E Screen wire cloth. Wilte for prices.
] of or labor. As the manner ing the fourth Monday.
be !flowing into their coffers of six feet in width would """ COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
;: freely ;; of constructing permanent roads public will take notice and be governed EAST
:! this suminer. reserve the seedlings until they must vary considerably under varying accordingly Witness my hand and the General Office at Eau Gallic, Fla.
get; tall enough to take care of conditions they should be classified l seal of the Circuit Court this tbe 20th Yards at EAU GALLIE, T1TUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.

Commissioner hemselves. defined. Mall routes should bit day of March. A. D. 100i.; .
I of and
FLORIDA'S Agriculture -
[Ct. CoJeal.1/ A. A. :
: Mr. II. E. McLin, has our It seems to us that our pine for- along permanent roads. As many''' of Clerk Circuit Court, Urevard Co., Fla.

thanks for a copy of the "Report eta are surely disappearing from the Bchoolbouses as practicable durable.should" By 0 A. STEWART, D. C. Hodges. & O'sHara,

of the State Commissioner, State: of Florida' and tt would be well for be on them. Culverts ran be
( ..Manufacturers and Dealers'in...
landowners to carefully con.klertheimportantmatterof -
Florida for the period beginning our
\ ,
;, '' Jan: 1st, 1901, and ending Dec. 31st, plant. SIIELTKIt ISLAND, OFF LONG ISLAND, N Y Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBEI'

I' 1902. It is brim full of useful in- )''g more pine trees in this State. Dressed

formation.No Orange Box Jeads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc],
t / A Thoughtful Man. Manhanset House and Cottages. l\llllllllnd otlice located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
to any part of tbe /State. Address: Hodges A 0'JIara, Buffalo Bluff. Fla
MATTEU how superior an article M. U. Austin, of Winchester, lad ,
In the hour of need.Is -- ------ -----
what do
how may bet kne\Y to '
may be, or great [ wife had such an unusual case of SHELTER ISLAND, OFF LONG 18LAND,) Y.
the State.
the people's advantage in dealing The Oldest EalabllBlied Grain and Seed House In
omach suit liver trouble, physicians
I. at a particular store, the storekeep. oouM not help her. He thoiiKht of and
i. er'g business will not reach anything trlod Dr. King's New Life Fills and she Two anti one-quarter hours from New York via Long Island R. R. i Health'

like its possibilities unless lCot relief at once and WAN finally cured. fully\ situated on Magnificent bay, amid beautiful scenery. 18-hole golf links,. 'CT7m.: :: .. -. ZQcru-rs:: cSc: Cq

the public shall be informed of the Only :25c,;; at all drug stores New Ytrk Yacht Club station. No malaria. No mosquitoes Pure water,,, Y"

facts through the local papers. Dry atmosphere Drives and groves: boating, bathing, fishing, dancing,,, GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

There can be no large trade with I r TO CLOTHING AND DRY .4U beautiful music hall\ eleotrlo lights, Otis elevators, suites with baths, etc ,
. out publicity ; and as to the methods Kent, H Floe, Corner Brick For terms and Illustrated pamphlet. address., Flour Grits Meal and Fertilize

I of publicity, all experience e of Store In Tltusvllle. the county ROBERT MURRAY, Manager, Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Fla. ,

wealthy advertisers shows that town of Brnvard on Indian .. eP0IZM MlJo 112 EsatBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
River. Suitable for clothing ------- -
newspaper advertising is not only Rents/ furnishings/ dry Roods, Lgts. for PUrina Feed. Warehouses on tracTTs o'f 8. A. L. R'y., and Plant Sjst
the most direct and effective, but etc. Rare chance for a good, E. C. ..

also the very cheapest way to reach up-to-date business man on JOHNSON .

the people. The ADVOCATE is a the Kant Count. Immediate
well-known medium possession... Full particulars & Co.
advertising P.
of Coo.M. Roboins,Tltusvllle,
I along the East Coast, and those ',:nr- Fla. -<<::I ,'" Groceries and Fresh .Meats
merchants who carry ads., in the .
; 251* St > :NEW YORK.
pink paper are well aware of the Visitors to Jacksonville are advised tostop of all kinds.
1)3 Murray Street. J N. Y.
whose ads
fact.I I nt those hotel. are on
.)ur 7th page.
Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Tuesday, April -
of for Sale.I .
lUg Trnct liiiul
I Legislature will convene, and, Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. .
& ,
E'lor1: la.: <>ran..gesan..d.
as usual, the Governor will read offer for sale the Thomas Fitoh OOOO.A.. I. :3ET: TsA.

t f his message to the members. We Grant, In Volusla county, Fla., near Or GrApexrui: = :
understand that the message will\ monet, ou the Halifax Hirer, designatedon ---

contain several excellent reconi- the map of publlo surveys an Sec. 42, We represent several of the largest shippers\ in your /State, and wish to represc
! mendations and the suggestion aito Township 13 S., Range 33: Kast, containing EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE
; 5U7H acroB; and Sec,::1'1, Township you also. Give us a trtat shipment. Established 30 :years.
, what to do with the money received 14 S., 1 sage Hd: Kant, containing

1 by the State from the United :2:13.5.80: : : acres, and together embracing -.
S States will\ not be by any means 2DOIUIO! : : acres. This tract of land Is an / J .. ESTABLISHED 1870.
! old Spanish grant, which was. cultivated tr
lost light of. Some want the
f.' money
In cotton and- sugar before the Indianwar
I d for good roads and others want it of 18:1.1: : and bits since been unoccupied.

I for school purposes, but we are It has a frontage of foifr miles, M. Lane & Son
told that Governor Jennings Is in lacing east, on the west side of Halifax ,
\ River, and within a mile or so of tie Atlantic .
,', favor of getting rid of It by paying
ocean to the Invigorating
; open
'' off tbe bonded debt of the State. sea breeze which form so Important a 250: WASHINGTON STREET: :NEW YORK.

Of course, there will be many members feature of health In this climate. The tit '
fojr and against this Halifax River Is here a half mile wide
I, ; but whlcheverwaythemoDl'Y'I' and the bluff along the margin of the .. Southern Fruit and Produc
river I III sufficiently( elevated to always Insure y
goes, we hope our people will derive a dry soil for residences and cultivation. tJ

lomelaltlng benefit from it. Among An open pine forest second r"= cl y
other things to come before the growth pine coven nearly all the northern Ooro.t'D..iSSiOD.: Merchaza.ts.:: :
portion of the tract, and a consider 5
legislature will probably be an ex
able body of hammock on the southerly .. .+ "i .Lij S4+, .{ :; : i FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
tension of time for the Const Line portion. On the west Bide of the tract ;may. aP { kaIt' .

Canal and Transportation Co., so llows the Tomoka River, a deep beautiful ;; :.

I that they can complete the work stream, a favorite resort of the sd3LA'.Y.fFVf.Q' a ,l yLq VlritS9LrFFr EI Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application. .

4 which they have in hand. This fishermen and picnic parties from tu I .
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tbe Orraond and Daytona Hotels,
company has spent large sums of for every description of vessels

I money in dredging the inland water- and a safe anchorage. For winter homes Mason M. Clark

ways along the East: Coast, BO wet these lands possess very great advantages t
high, healthy and accessible + at ,
; i
# hope they will get an extension of and
lying in the region of orange groves
time without any unnecessaryI semi-tropical fruits. The vicinity of
squabbling among the members of the Hotels at the favorite tourist tesorts Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
the legislature When the work of of Ormond and Daytona will\ furnish a
refined soclet,. The East Coast Rail-
k dredging between the Toinoka and
way, leading from Jacksonville and St.Augustine SPECIALTIES :
i Mantanzas rivers is completed, our and
to Palm Miami
Indian River people will soon de- passes through the southern portion of Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
rive some benefit from it, for there the tract, which embraces a beautiful
will be from St. hammock growth, suitable for orange

Augustine an open to Miami waterway for all sorts of growing. Enquire JOHN ASDERSOX, Agt., News of the East Coast every week. Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.

pleasure craft. tf Ormond, Fla. 110 Murray Street and 100 West Street, E YORK.

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White City.Mr. .

guarding. 15..i: <>S.-
The .
Bcsaey hotel closed OB Wedi Ringdahl:( shipping some venice
; day, after the most prosperous Bellson celery from this
who wish A pleosa; for several years WHOLESALE GROCERS |
Inble people Palm Mrs. Davis was a !guest of Miss JenGustafaen '
In West Peter
,I while Chrlatenson of Brooklyn, FIn. afternoonMr. t
tO t Ind' 1iINARET COT rAGE: has purchased the Fred :Miller place. J Mr' Sunday : '

will 1 Evernla and Chrlatenson will make this his peman: Latnont shipped quantity of 10' f Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

Olive'' ears(, between Nice clean ent home. mato plants to Gvorgja last week. ,
place. ,
j just such' Mrnlsned a oomfortalwholesome Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyler and frlenlh We are grieved to learn that Mrs: 11. ui: I
neatly ; of Fort Tierce : Larsen ls confined to( her bed with lheu. "'... 1
TL food; VEILte on us this week niatism. .... _.__. Corner Buy and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : ,
The .
ood. party were out on a cruising and '

;t prices, are the recommend. fishing trip. Quite a number of our young peoplo] I LOOK: TO SOUR EYES. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED :
' number of room If suffering from defects or weak
pnlys limited Mrs. C. S. B. Ilaney ban purchased I Iwill lot attended the dance In Fort Piece 'I'I. any eye ,
*' accommodated. Table board 5 block 3, on avenue E. Mrs. llaney day night. sight call nc my new well-appointed op SPECIALTY.I ''t
bo oal institute. Special, complete lense PURINA FEED OUR ,
build a two-story residence in the ,'.
Fred Christensen was home from F'nrt ""
outfit In
grinding connection.Dit. .
I.elalty.liBS. future. Seed Seed and Cow Pens In it
DARLING near Pierce, Sunday lie has given up 1 bls; Potatoes Peanuts eason.Wo

FRANK Beach Fli. Miss Rosa Walker visited Palm Dench job of driving for Mr. Michael, and III E. II. ARMSTRONG, t' solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables. 'f ''
Palm Laura Jacksonville Fl 1J
11 St.
this week, and is, of course, dellgbled now at work for H. I. Klopp, loarul ._ ...
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the carpenter's trade. --- -------- ------ --- -----
with the place but says she likes :stuart

best of them all. Last when Mrs. A.
Sunday morning
I South Rockledge.
West Palm Beach. Mrs. Geo. Pearson and Mr. and MrR. Christensen opened her door she fouml Eau Gallie.

Rhaney, who have been stopping with a nloe new washing; machine standingthe lu CURE
Mr. and Mrs. Clms. Woodward left I for kitchen, which proved to be a Oeo. Sebilng' anti family w"'o. calling
I III still confined to Showers aid. cool weather. In this dls.
yorV1.illdon. present from some of her friend 1II0n.
Ei-M> the north on Monday.\ on Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Johnson. ou
who had noticed that the old trlct for the \past week.
bOil,",. one was day. There Is no disease no Insinuating -
sub. ROBS Leggett/ has purchased the Ed.] wearing out and as Sunday was the iniveraary n' cllseiM -
lm numerous The Canaveral will make trips on tbe an slow but sure, as kidney
ADVOCATE ward Olntcli Rev Dr. NororoHs wife :and their t'daughters '
bl place. Mr Leggett will of her birth a number of frier I'
this section of D de. Indian River dues times a week after or so wido-s'trend. The *ymp- J
with, :JII
penio grow piuen, extend the and Ibe spent Wednesday I'll. I
her In
acreage, gave; a very pleasant surprise this date, until further notice. tom! are w> Blight na to generally
lank Jefferson, the celebrated acts otherwise improve\ this haudnoinu prop. afternoon, bringing many presents with Salmon. notice.

t' for bis annual dramatic tour.on tbe erty. We extend the light hand of :fel.loshlp them and after enjoying some very a v' W. J. Xesbittis! Helling/ out his jcro'ery; Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten Is rallllnit escape The drat Indications I appear In ,

dial to Mr. Leggett. preprinted refreshment, departed \\'I"h. and dry geode! dote at this place. Tbe some of the beat celery on his place that the urine with varied effects. The '

Brois, the popular proprietors Mr. and Mrn. (C. Fred Oalllchur 1 loft ing Mrs. Christensen! many happy re- building will be occupied by other parti we ever SAW. quantity may be increased or tie

n-jlev Piilm H"1"'. Club,. have mnde Monday morning for their boniest. Cairo, turns of the occasion. Mrs. Marietta Ives, of Grand Rapid C. W. Blakesleo Is putting on blind creased; It Is likely ,to be highly colored *
A.valuable puicliaHes In real estate III. Mr. lAud Mis. Ualllglier have a host Mich., will leave for her home this wet painting the Inside and otherwise I 1m. and soalUIng; It may be |pale

firm of Dlmlck & friends here who regret(; to sue them AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT PUn- Mrs. Ives Is building/ cottage; at Mac improving. bin tine residence. or thin, or thick aDd milky with asetihueut.
\ C. Reilfd falwr lea.e. Ml. Gallagher purchased a choice usually a hacking cough and a "eneral tawa Beach, Mioh., for the summer. Later on more pro
del<< I IMS III* Lewis Relltel'. viM. river taunt lot before leaving. feeling/ of weakness, often leading to :fa. and bland Would It not be n wise thing for 0111' noil need symptoms will lie present,
fjhim. He Is a druggist in New< tal results after the patient Is suppoa !-r. and Mrs. Oscar Blattner next Legislature to /give a bounty for tbe such as dizziness: bloating, etc.,

lit,r!!city. Since J. O. Hancock has settled here to have passed the danger point. Foley; Mra. Abbott, of Chicago, were call.and killing of rattlesnakes P Other stat with marked bladder and urinarydlsordera.

X nimlck of Palm Beach ; he has lect-lved no many enquiries about Honey and Tar Is guaranteed to cure tbe ers In Eau Gallic this week. Mr. llnd it a good thing. .
<.i.tor E. Mrs. Abbott upend next winter bere.: rnllactod
property and real estate In general tbat stay Poisonous want matter Is
O. W. King, of Ojus, Dade "grippe cough" and make you strong and much In evidence at. .
J Jthetrim. The AnvooATK Is by the blast from nil purl of th sys-
he has real n
opened estate aud Insur. .
will leave In rt few days for the a well. It never bile to stop a cough; )[1'. and Mra. lll'geBSot Louisiana Rockledge, fur It Is not only full of I ICerent hi. tens and aiirrleil to the kidneys, whew.
oty which meets on tbe unce office. Mr. Hancock( IK Hating all taken In time. Take no substitutes. Fur are hero on a visit to Mr. and Mrs U. 'V. but U of the largepapers It !II Nftpartttoil, and <*UMt nut ttirnuirh the
e Legislature, the **foi' salt," property In this end of 1 tbe, sale by B. K. Wilson & Son. Hopkins lilts Huigess is daughter ofAir. Ing items one urine. The kidney* deal with the blood o
the East Ckmst. nourlnliniut there
April. and will for lIeveral on only rlertving
county, act an "gent
<.. Hopkins. Tin young people from llettua, If the timid I* had the
tr. aol Mrs.\ H. II. Maybery arid of the leading life ana tIre Insur.iuco com. be here for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs It. W. Matthews and ktiltiAvs. uro not only overworked, bu
children leave for their home I In parries of the world.II. St. Lucie. Henry Ueinbolt left for their home I 10 iin.l..rfnil. Honeounxiiry III It, th re<.
much Your correspondent was shown n Cllt- tore. that. the purity nnd i vitality 0' the
Ala. this week, I to O. 'We will mills
Baxcom Tuesday
,MlDgham, I. Klopp, the Fort Pierce contractor curried this 1 by on blood should ha luitlntiilii e that to
have wan country
regret of the many friends they Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, as they were why the vreat hlood pother and :
during their three months' stay. is here putting upa two-story bullIng It is reported that Saint Lucte will' an ancestor of the present owner In tMayflower. charming neighbors. strengthener .1)r. Ilnrter'. Iron Tniiln II I ,
It '
20x30 for Stanley Bitching Mr. used. In treutlngkMner !
authentic I I
dance hall before next white The necessary pa. hit b01l1l HuiHiuK.ftilly I' "
II. B. Aultman has sold his buslneiti. Bitching will carry a full line of fishing have a new peril are also held by the owner. Mrs. Inea'Smltli: and daughter, Elsie, itlxoiiHi'it. and In rr"vf', are .

.'furnishings and shoes to a newt: tackle, stationery candles, soft drlni Sisal hemp has been placed for deoo. have returned to their home at Pom vrimtly In purifying rollaved the, while blo..t| at the thcBitino kldnps time, '
teed firm, with J. C. Harris as&gor fruits, tobacco, cigars, etc., and will put ration on the grounds of the :Saint: Luole Messrs. Phelps and Renfrow, of St. ton Lakes, N J. Mist Uesale :Smith will new irciimtli. and vitality'ar HlvenlliaHH .I
Associated with him are John in a handsome soda fountain at once. Club: House. Joe, Mich., left; for their home In the remain n short while longer, atteudli nrll'''.. The followln.lett.r tall i
Bach T. J. Grier and Oeo. C. Curi Part of this building will be used for the north ou biiinUy! last. Mr l'helps III to some business matters. a v.ry old. story t 'r'
will incorporate with $15,000 cap I. Southern Express Company's business Owing to the demands of buslneiITon. ", now tne owner ut it comfortable winter "'11911I KNOT, Kr.. June ia, 1003.Th .
o mil prepared to enlarge; the busIV.A. Richard Quay' expects to return I to home on lloniatou street. and we ex.t"Jld M. C. Salmon has commenced the TV. //rti ,' MtMeinf (b, Dayton, O.
are his Northern home In about two week U hearty welcome to our new chi"ell. erection- of a largo residence for H. L. UKNTLUMKNI I had. a severe eaie of
Pneumonia Is robbed of Its terrors I by Johnson. It will bo a.Hz-.MIft.:! :20ft..! high; typuotd fever al*: year ago which left

Alticb, of Baltimore, Md., who Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops tracking There week was for but mackerel one favorable flailing owing day the I to Koley'M Kidney: Cure if taken in time with porches and bay windows. It will my kidney In bud order. I have tried

u been a guest of the Earman hour cough and liei's; aud strengths too pant much wind. Most of those wbo] affords security from all kidney and, blat be an ornament to this place .a. number of remedies and taken treatment

11 number of weeks, went to the the lungs. If taken In time it will pre. were out were well rewarded. der diseases. :Sold by Wilson (c Son.:: Oeo. Baker and wife, of Brooklyn, N. from doctors Out I>Ilarter's, Iron '
m tot his dally surf bathing, Jast vent an attack of pneumonia. Refuse Y. arrived here last Friday, and are 1 It). Tonlo bas dona me more good than
i mhy. Ho got beyond his depth, substitutes bold by 13. K. Wilson &: 80n. Mr.\ Clarence Summerlin, of }'OI.t Gated, In the Uarvey cottage. Mr. Baker ey.rJ'loblollel.",. C. Cont>_rx, '

Jthe surf being very rough; ; called for Pierce has placed an order with the Indianola. will at once commence the erection of R Merchant and Mine Operator. I

Finance, and was helped to the shore Indian River Boat 4 Launch Co., for a line residence on his lot adjoining! such
im he expired. Death resulted from Eden.John nice launch, before going to Atlaut There are thousand of just I
tot fallurn. Mr. Alrlch had no rely I Im City for the summer. Sirs. J. R. field and son, Joe, bl\Ve Herring's.The Cl\tI i''tI a* tlio above that are treated I
with Mm, but the many friends serious time with la gel without romilu because they are
been having/ a ; ,
of ladles arrived here 11'001
A number Corilt-H'
here and safest remedy for kl'' wrongly treated. Mr.
he had made during his stay Miller spent Monday last In Fort but lire recovering. surest
affected by his "sudde Pierce. the South several days ago, to spend a. toy and bladder diseases Is Foley's Kl< conditlonresulted! 1 from an extnuint

deeply 011;; and the body was loving] few days visiting/ at the Saint Lucle CIllb Mr. and Mrs.\ J, O. Somers, and MrL. noy Cure. Sold !l>y U. R. \Vltnjn A :So log fover; tho kidney, a* wt'II't18the
Jig fur and shipped to Baltimore for E. A. Ireland Is building a tenant bouse House. Mr. Durham is a very prom J., Mathews have returned! to tbelr) rest of the system, bad been
It. ou his property here. nent member of the Club. home In Columbus, Ohio.J. wasted by dlwoiiHe. No wonder Dr.Ilnrter'sIron .

Mrs. E. J. Luce was a welcome caller '.rheJobn S. Powell with Capt. Powell List Crawford and wife, started M icco. Tonlo and promptlyenrod enriched" ) the,

,KB FIVE THOUSAND OF "WAIJB'I ... In this place last Monday. owner and commander, and a large part North on Monday, but do not expect to because blood and It purified such blood carried new!'
aboard made a brief visit at our fa New York for son: ,
Rapid; Calking Tools now In use F. Webb entertained the Card reach their home, Rod directly to the
S. vlWlty
famed Inlet several days Capt, to Urant :
IT boat owners In the United States. ago. weeks. Miss\ Louie Comstock went all I
club last Thursday evening. Powell we learn ban been a regular visitor last week Intending to stay a couple of kidney and to the organ
Viet 4.00 and $3.00 each at the Aiociig John FritzVm.. Auld and the Dn. ..
. office, Tltusvllle, Fla. Mayo Dade stopped over here a day: every year for the past fourteen yean. Hill, havo gone down to Fort Ploice to weeks. i' FOR SALE BVBRYWBKRK. I !

on his return home from Jamaica. enjoy the sport ot mackerel fishing In the The Wheeler children have been quit '

Hobe Sound. J. II. I.oTourneiui has the lumber on A CHATTANOOGA DItUGGtST'ISTATEMENT.Rubt Joe an. Ill, but under Ur. Ham's care are DOW .. -- ,I ;
J. Miller i
proprietor 1
he ground fora neat three room cottag of the Read (House Drug :store tf Mrs. Gel non and daughter, little Thor'. Improving., FOR GOOD ROADS.

J. F. Wooten was shaking bands with Chattanooga, Tenn., writes: "'!'here I I III othy; Mrs. I'llllo and her sister, Mrs. We are still shipping beans nnd tonne. -

Adams, of Oak Hill, Is here erect all his Eden friends last Thu1'8day.and more merit in Foley's Honey 'and Tar Winter, have returned to their liuinti I Iiurantou In lues. The crops iuive been largo and' In an interview with a St. Augustine

;ulnd mill for T. B. Allen. trrlday. than In any other cough syrup. TliMills : l'n. the prices good no far. Record representative, Senator McWIlllam I

ward Wllbern has gone to New Orsi Mr. and Mrs. A. D. ivferwln and Mr for It multiply wonderfully and we. La&t week Eminitt Field was buddln Mr. and Mrs. J. K.: Bottler, of Rod. *, on being nslcid all to his Idea on

,en route to Hot Springs, Ark. lammond left, on Tuesday, for a short8tay sell more of It"than all other cough It. WIlsuft syrups grange trees, the knife slipped and wlnt ledge made a short visit to Mr and Mn. the subject of pood", roads, fapllrd: I
at Rockledge. combined. Sold by B. Into the leg just above the knee I lie E. W. Schuyler lust week "I am In favor of any reasonable proposition .
red Yates proposes to build a new :Son. whole depth of the ki.lfo blade, citusinL + that will secure, an toon a* posil.
,house next \ feet Holmes and McClii. .. The missionary meeting was at Mm.
year, sixty: long, Mesdames James painful wound. At lust uccouutlu blot' an adequate system of good road
this L very lam's[ last week but owing to bean pickIng ,
Qenussee. ton were pleasant callers In place on Georgiana. was doing very well. for the State. A* you know and have
londay afternoon. the attendance was Bm.lIl.'rlle announced In the Record I have I
If. and Mrs. T A. Snider and Mr. Ed ilready
d W'ilberu went to Daytona last Wed Miss McCormack, sister of Mrs. James A Belles of accidents Indianola seem and to vtclnty have' young ladle had u very pleases' Framed lllo bill which, Intend to Introduce ;

'ty to attend the automobile races. G. Wey, left last Saturday for her home, Mm.( Newman Is getting: much better, struck the people of tame of tennis on Friday taut. Three with the hearty assent of the Hoard of
was so
and hopes soon to he able to return bel'' Some day ago Mr. Gurney gentlemen from Grant came up to pla: County Comrolsslonrm; which amend
II. Richard Ernst and Miss Sarah, ougton tier a very pleasant stay. tome In Kenosha, Wls. i nf or lunate all to have a barrel of gins a md attend the Reading/ Club In the even the present" law on the subject of tax

Ky., are guests of Mr. and : Mrs. F. O. Williams, after a very pleasant oil upon his foot causing/ much pull Ing. They, report a pleasant time. levle, which will' enable County *
(Snider, having returned with then visit of three weeks with her parents, We wonder how many people saw the anti> discomfort, but not breaking any In such counties not now .

,Dayton a. left, last week, for her home in Jackson strange: and marvelous halo It around had all titIan the !lones. Our school teacher" If to give; another working/ roods under special law, to levy

oKUstns Piton closes his house next ille. on Sunday at noon ? On Friday of last week, as Thomas mturtalnment In the near future Hli m additional tarn not to exceed 3 mill,

way and leaves for New York, ac. E. II. Walker, of Orlando, who hoiany colors of the rainbow. ::landers was getting Into a bus at De promises us something good this tint to be used and appropriated by such
+'pooled by his guests Fellows Davit friends ou the Ease Coast, Is the Mr. and Mrs. Bruner and daughterteth and to go to the station to return home and a little outof the usual order. There County Commissioner. for te exclusive '

'.Q. Moore.tebavealnost. proud father of another boy who cam Mrs.( Ollbreath and Miss Burch the driver struck the horse with the oeinn to be a groat air of mystery among purpose l of constructing/ paved, or other
to make 1 him happy last Friday.Mr lei returned from the beach last Tuts. ship, throwing Mr. Sanders to the he children. Some one tell the mos wise hard surfaced roads. Whatever RC'tlnn
concluded that whoop lay The saw a large/ steamship on :tint: round, breaking I his left; wrist; he Is al jultoes to stay away a while longer, be may lie taken Inweferenca to !State::
'Hugh baa prevailed Jiere Instead of: and Mrs. 0. T. McCarty were very, irday, the 21st. When first seen. It wa well.City. Hose the entertainment Is to be an out aid, this will enable such counties all are
%e. Do people contract whooping pleasant visitors to this place last work week.. far out at sea, and seemed to be saillni/ au doing very uf door affair. There, the cat U out of anxious to have better roads (o go ahead

second time trs.. McCarty U a very enthusiastic Mouth; then It drifted in until it was It he bug. and build them.. I am also In tavor of

tight, winsome Fannie-our Fannie< er for the Horticultural society, and se. lit la beyond the Breakers, where It ap Point. mil will advocate a resolution memorial.

v-bade> us adieu last after ured many new members. ,eared to be anchored. Then two smal' zing Congress/ In behalf of the llrownlow
on Friday -
''rtitayof/ nine days. She Charles M. COKS, who. has spent four alls were hoisted and the steamshl) A CORRECTION. till: and asking our representative In

keen In Brooklyn reopens months at the Netherby left, Wed new la; rioted slowly towards Canaveral. Ieemed 0. Carroll I III one, of the latest aritval R>tli IIonsen to give It their hlartyaup.. ,
his sob i Isattendlnlt be disabled and we are all lort." l'
where to ,
morning/ for DeLanJ, Newbold called home by ur March Snth lfMfililur .
i. Snider' Mr. was SAINT Lucre:, Kr.A., ,
and C. B. Jeffereon'IuithotandlRngtithese school. Mr.Coss will be great- axioms to bear more about\ < steam.
business. .
river to ocean .Iy missed by all of the Edenltes, who hip. /;exit 1i:'ul Count Aileucutet Itoltheil the Or live. ,

!a Capt. Hoke a contract gentlemen for an have 1m< hope to have him here another winter. Rev. J. B. Hawk wife, and son came requent Mia Alice visitor Caperhart at this place.of Cocoa, I II 11 i iloha. Under date of March 2.'>th, T. A. Rob A startling Incident, Is narrated by .'

111 lank and wind mill. Owing; to the violent rain storm Mn. up from Melbourne on Saturday, and nail, state time lie wishes to iorreoflon .olin Oliver of Philadelphia, a* follow :
'ITolfe's tea on Wed nesday afternoon wall re comfortably settled In the parsonage Joe :Mlddleby won first prize atMr. of your ttalnt Iiiicle corre 'I wan. in an awful eomlltlou. if y skin 'I
}I'a Lanretu' Snider and Miss Mary not well attended. One sure thins. for a month's stay hoping that a change *. Stockton Burton* euchre partj.MUs I louclnnt. He state the extra. three "tae, almost yellow, eye sunken, tongue r

'a,who have been entertained at the If r this very rain Is going to keep np we will pill be beneficial to Master Fritz who Edith I>ool"'yliall been spending lonthit school hero was through the of- ooatld. pain continually In back and .

sot T. A. Snider, took their depart take to covered conveyances, or bathing has been quite ill, but was much better at the New Rockledgu hotel,, arts of Mr. Pleannnton. Hold on, Mr. Ides, no appetite, growing weaker day
!Yesterday Miss I.eBar will stop It'igUm lits-one or the other-In which to at. a I few day ago. Monday evening, about a few days Eoblnson; not qulteno fast, until you are by day. Three physicians had given map. .
.' for a week en route home, tend our social functions. two dozen people assembled at the Pro ockledge.; better posted. Mists Eulalle Chase col Then I was advised tn use Electrlo flitters

'aider proceeding to New York.'adsesday and oat store, and buying numerous pack. Fishing ha been good: off Hatches'' acted the first months salary and I paid IIver ; to my great Joy, the first' bottle ,
}[r. and Mrs. George E.Krebs son gee and bundles, started for the parson. dock. The pant week the boys Wrought to our teacher; while Mrs Pleasant ; made a decided Improvement. I confined
tiers morning when the Snider urne,who have been stopping at James age, prepared to give the minister add home large strings. Ion collected the lat two months salary '. their use for three week, and am

'h[ a gust starting of to the depot In open G.Wey's for the past two months leftit emily a "good pounding;" and they got been and not Mr. Pleasaoton. It 1s true after ow a well man. I know they robbed ., .
wind tore Mrs. Snider'otf for Southern Pines, N. C. The big Fishing parties frequentid .1. "
old-fashioned style. been consulted No
Saturday one
rr otf her It; In good, Veomet very one else here had. the grave of another victim.
head, pins and all, and will spend a few days in Jackson tilled high with many quite successful out to the and refused that CO cent
'd Tbey dining table wa to act an Supervisor .liould fall to try them, Only ,
ream'a the most
and of
'Alice of (( handsome creation of vllle and :St. Augustine en route, Ilood thing; to eat, and the merry crowd ,ake. Dr. llentz being one Mr. PlnaHanton accepted It. We have a uaranteed, at all drug stores.
I C river, Yew York) was blown In. will reach their borne In Baltimore, Md., did not stay and eat It up, either. It lucky ones. cry efficient teacher, and bright pupils
was not recovered. ) 1st. hard to tell whether Bro. Hawk and Newbold a dinner folwed to Saint:\ Lucle that
aboutay was' Mr\ *. John gave: and It l la a disgrace advertisements" ,A
; school closed on Tuesday; hi. estimable wife were more pleased by whist Tuesday evening, Mrs. we are the only place on the river wlth- gypWhen answering would I
h I, Honey and Tar contains no of r 1 Our this public week, mnch to( the regret of pu.plls ban surprised. They will have an I orton and' Mr. Cresson getting highest out a respectable school house, but are III these column. you saw the advt. in theAHI airor
by saying
i i and will not constipate like who- hoped to i amonth abundance of good things to eat during acore, being partner impelled to put up with any make .hlft. liy doingou I
and patrons I E. CoAST no
tall other bas. and some to carry home with title was brought
cough medicines. Rebbetitntee school. This heir stay, Mr. says
subscription has been entertaining better attention from
Mrs. Mlddleby\ will
Sold by Wilson & Son. successful school year. The hem, a* they were all thing that would and bout by personal matter We are most
been a very efficient. The pu kef'p until wanted. The evening: waspent I < 'Bite extensively this winter- I&nY'1 sppy to state we have no matters with ; the advertisers. '.
rasher has been very will Und a large party
and 8aw In a very pleasant manner. The I nlltht you l\r.\ I'UaJianton, personal or otherwise. :
fine progress watch-
Lotus. pllll have with mucb regret. Mini minister and wife completely won the arouod' her flue swimming pool W. received our Information direct' A baud IltV NtlllCllt. .

the school has close the best wishes of the parents hearts of all by their cordiality as host I log the batbers. trough a member of the Saint '..uel.Club. -
aworth future under. and hostess. !Such:: affairs are good for We are' very sorry to be drawn
Tai 1 of and children In any I make. kidneys The Walton !Self:: .locking Rlnek Co.,
the friendships Kidney Cure this.
visitors cement matter
much Foley'a ,
"" neighbors were wishing her all 1 concerned; they : Into i any controversy over
all for 100OI)O.OQ
"'"o IIIIt king, and Join and blessing Don't delay taking. the uston, just capitalized { ,
week. romote good feeling, are a /; and bladder right. and do not care to continue argue
..Ronaii\ ipplness wherevershe goes. to i all parties concerned. Let n* have Sold by B. li. Wilson &; Son. tent, unless driven to the wall. Thene haA a few more chare for sale at par-
Galli spent several days in of fact wblch were ':id i the share. Patent on this block are
e iast week: A Great Sensation. more of them. are In possession able substantiate which .toured all over the world l. and at pre-
to ,
I I>ade County land 1'or Bale. amply sold only In the New
'Pllleni tnt they are
s..f beans In Leesville, will be to some -
dal. sensation doubt a peopis.
14 WagniK are going out There was a big CH&ONIC BRONCHITIS CURED no ogland states but will soon branch oat

fancy prices. Ind when W. II. Brown, of that place life,, for ten years I bad chronic bronchitis IDto other *tate*. The profit will be
I. had
Pro! '"" and w Bisbee, were wb'; wan expect a J to die, foronsompttion.KHe BO bad at times I could not speak above For sale, cheap the northeast quarter large, so now I* your time to Invest before -
loathe Sew Discovery Coffman.tA of r southeast quarter of section 3, to"n.Bhlp Makers a Clean Hweep.
Wilkinson brothers, Sun endured a whisper. writes Mr. Joseph all the shares are Hold. '
writes: Asthma"I Montmorencl, Ind. "I tried all reme- 38, south of range 41 eat; close to There's nothing like doing a thing From 16 to :iiU.! per cent Interest per
onSli n
G saw been Insufferable agonies from Immediatelief did available, but with no success. For. o. K. Wood's pineapple plantation oroughiy. Of all the Halve you ever mum I Is promised by this company.A .
Plentiful for several Discovery gave: me suggested that 1try I Lucle River; 40 acre. be at theDVOOATK
sad your New mately my employer heard of Bncklea'si Arnica Halve: )Is the sample block may Men
tomatoes effected a com.pletft of north ,
have about all thereafter northeast quarter
got and Tar. IU effect Also the Fla.
reUef and soon office TltuaTllle
ao Foley's Honey and cure burn, : ,
of Consumpm. 38 beae. It sweep away
although they are not In Similar cures miraculous and I am now quarter of section,18, township of
cure. Full
10 fareland, and Gripare waa almost south fork oft IOr88. bruise cuts, boll, nicer. skin particulars
Pneumonia, Bronchitis Cl1md of the dlaea e. On my recommen- ; aootb of range 41 east; on aaet pile It'* only 23C, andIfusranteed CAPT. J. O. WAt/rox, 1
l remedy options)
*'llke left for New York last numerous. It's the peerless Price dation many people have used Foley's Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply to : to |give satisfaction by. Sold 4U4, Atlantic Ave., .
troables. II. WALTOW
otter and lung( with stir Casa Boaton Mas :
a throat
pleasant' with Mr. rail :oney and Tar, -
I stay Guaranteed by All Drug.gilt. I Tltusvllle, Fla. t b1 all Druggist
A Son.
$1.00. sale
dforshereeveralweeks. He WM much 600, and faction. For by
Trial bottles free.



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kept sprlnkletl during the final rolling. 'I. .TMH! EAST COAST OF FLORIDA 't..t

When sand t I.. uw-d on cRYO/ is PARADISE REGAINED." '

annuity secure n* K'xnl results. 08 bypitttlna I' litG' .

clsy In mind, for. It doe not :

A Chain prevent mud when the ground
it no stronger than its .U extremely unit. A clny

weakest link, \be well piked with (fofxl oliJedltilien.

which IIIIIIIt quickly take the

deficient In wiitiT to Itw nenroHt mi turn I .autlet LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14. |19

POTASH which In turn inunt tilwaya b., so

well kept. us to take the water tat once SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-.READ UNO.89WO'NO.29NO.23

from the road allowance. Hand.
WilY No.83 N3.7aI
should l he iipplled\ to clny after the STATIONS oUINO.28j I'
Dall, Ddl, Dalty. Dally.: Dally.TOO Dully.39p : iiv.a .
ilckliift,\ Is tjone, without forming nnydcpreniilon 710'r n.

U just us dangerous as ahain for Itn reception as bOil TIIS.L..J&ckIlOIlYlle.Ar a : \

<: with a cracked link.nty l leii recumraendetl for icruvvl. Bnnd S a3 !r. .. .. .. \) 48 *..... .So.Jackson vl lle.Lv 7 4,1 II 7'' 23 I ... HPa .
I 8 .0 00 10 900 a'o'io'ii .. 8e. Au ustln ... 6 40a) II 20 I e t .
should nuver tiu npilled| at n WHSOII of .. .. .i. .. ....I'. '128 .....Has.inn. ..... ..... II tl" .. cop
the ycur when a 'fonpc dry npell in cxpmtcd 101151 8t'_ I ....JI.alatka.: ... 8MRII.201.LU! > att.i

., but rather lujmeillalel/ before ... .. .f' I PI H 6' l> i3av..PaUUa| .Jv|. . .i t a7. C'--IJ....
........ OSEL07 11oohr..| ._\\J>_COjH .I i
wvl full weather and winter wts In ..... .. IIII .... .. H..tlI&1 )I" .. 801> aDJI aGI'
winning honk no tlidt by the next Mention It may bo- 7' 0' 1'1..1 1111 J.1 1lS ", '''I M al..o. .Jvl. ..'j .. .. :' C pI

tmry man who own come milUflcntly! mixed with clay/ to ...... .. .. ... 13 RJ .... ...Ly.. .. ./Oo..u..Lv ... .. ... 4 13 | -
plow, Hnd who t ........ .. ..... 311 .. .... .... .. ... ... .... ... 43ip . .
most out n( them, produce the condition already referred ........ .. .. ... 13 41, r ... .. ..... Dupcnt....... ..... .. 4 illu .. ... I
Solid piiMnAccented to. 'I'lic Hiuneprnctlce uliould l>o einployctl :I 3 1101.10.78 ...... Ormond...... 4 SOa 3 I3p t 83 PI 0
aurMlOa Up1 ..... ...... 4 3
connlderablcr 8 1 22 | 10 06 aIt Daytona 101 t81' t U I' ..83-
when allY depth ""ad ... ..: ..... .... 1 3Jp. ...... ....Port Orange.III.'oak .... ..... ... 3 33 p .... .
of (none irruvel: U applied to a clay soil :.0; 4 Up 1 03 p 20a ... OMa's'66'a 3 13 i U pI 8 30
with the expectation that travel will .. / :; ... ... ..... ... 1131. .. ... tUtU?!!... 1111 I. .. ... .
SOlS 108.lOOp IllS I U07p..Tltu..Ule. .... 317 l u'
make It hnrd. ,.:& ........ .. .. ... 5p .. ... ...... ..Ouooa........ ........ llI33f\ \, .. .... .
of sand and! gravel ........ II !, 40 7> U II .....Rookledtfit.. ..... ........ J' (8f'
The application T.'i.Weekly Sailings "" ........ a 2 p 4- 30 p IMP .....JI.u:: Oalllo..... ........ 11 M p IU t :.Q
to clny as above dewrlbed can! be done ........ a 3a" 183 i. 1 89 p .....Mdlbniirna..... ........ M 412 2 C8p t Ii :
..' time for the Unit layer ........ .. .. .. II 07 pill .. .M,.. ..... Sebastian ..... ........ OLp .
In layers, glvlntf and NEW YORK ..... ... .. .... .. IS! It .. .... .. .....St. .... .. 11 tin .
to puck .before the Hecotul la applied.U BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE 847aA '7 to I' aos .0J1..l"I.Plero. ..... 13 IS a U (Ma 131111' 3COp"
Free and J often advlxuMe to .,alt till the I ........ ........ II : ........ ...TlbttaU....... ........ 10 41 n I
C. both ) PI ........ ........ a ......0'. ........Eden ........ ........ 10 :111" .. : ."...
Masons. next full before the sex-ond layer lit1I(11'1I'd. Calling at Charleston, S. ways ........ ........ ........ ....*..J.n..o ....... ........ 10 ItJ-ii .. . : ... .
thus giving time to watch re- ___ ....... ........ e t7 r ........ .. Btuart.. ..... ........ 10 :an.> . . ... .
,; Finest in the Coastwise Service: ...0.25. ....... ........ 7' 13 ....... ....Kobe Bound ... ........ t/ 60 B .. . : .
f nulls and IIHC JiiHt tlw depth required The Steamships D"Ir: .... .. ... .. ... 7'AO ....... ....Wist Jupiter. .. .. .. 9 4Ur ... ..
to IIL UfO tho best effect as well as to I 40 a .! 30pI !, a t 10 l>) 421J3Sp p Ar.Rnyal Pomolanii' 10 110 p 8 5a 110,1) aII I H
Indian No. 110) 50a .I 40 a as .T..The Breakers. 10 l' 8 Ma 00
and Southern Lines. U 311. & p I' aJOBOa 110!
, economize material. After all tills la The Clyde New England 8M. 6B8aeoo Ots au Pp .Royal Polnclana.ArW. 10CS"" 1I.0a 10)
done, we have not secured n permanent bervlce Between 9 4h a Hp a to t 60l> Palm Beach.Lv a IIJ P 80 a 10 40)ala) jJ.
, River Titusvllle, /Direct lul ........ ........ t oip .... ... .....Bnynton.... :....... 806a. .. ..
roncl milted to heavy trafno unit we and all Eastern Points. 10 ........ ...._.. 5p ........ Del r..y....... ........ 7 68 a .... .. ..::
LO'/lCe./ Florida. Nhall In' obliged! to look to tliu better Jacksonville Boston Providence 11 OI'a ........ .... 10001. ....... ...FI.I."d.'dal..... ........ 'lOa .. ......
II 25 a ........ .....X.. 13 "> ....... .....Hitllandala.. .... ........ 6 fila ..... .. .....:
t, Hold* It* itiAflMnicft tlm aiwondand fourth Friday gnitli's of Krnvcl and broken xtoue to (Calling at Charleston, S. O., both ways) 11 411 ........ .... 10 41 ji J ..... .. ..Lemon City .... ... .. ... 6 :U9a ..... . ..
of eaiili. iniiriih, '" Ihi'lr roiini', Indian W.o r 'proiliicc any roads that may really be WEMI-WEKKLY!: SAILINGS 11 f>O. 810" 11 48 p 10 BO p a 10 P Ar. .. Mlarot 8 OOp 11:10: a R Mi It 00.

\' Hotel,Tims 111..11:HO o'olook. p. in. culled permanent. Honthhound... ... ...". ... .... .. .. .... . .'.. ..... .... .tmta Lewis Wharf, llo ton:
,> J. L. Cairiithor* Worshljifnl' Mauler.T Northbound .. .. .'. .. .... .. .... ... . ... .from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. August!
( K. Hni.dnr' Hnnlor Wurdmi.H. .
,/ J* M. nlx"lI. Tr'axnrer
F. A, Morgan, Chill St. Johns River Line. .
Henretary Tasteless Clyde
When take Grove's
I. you No.31 No.37 No.n
II, .K. llrciwn.Oliaplaln.. because the formula Is plainly No. 13 No. 27 No.29Dally. No. 33J No.43 Dally Dally\ No. 93 lia. I
Tonic ly N
I J, R. Walker, Hnnlor Ihiluinn.P (Denary Line.) I I ::1 I I 1 I
: ,,
, ,I F,, M.W.'rarlor It'ilmrts.Hnnlor Junior'. Hteward.F. IJiuuion, >rinted Iron ou, every and tH Quinine>ttle showing in a tlmt tunteloss it IsImgly BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND 8ANFORD.Btonnlne "'ally. "' '''1)' > Dally.U Mon.Ex. Mon.Ex. al.y. Bli n. j I I..

A. r nley. ,( Junior Steward.M. ; at Palatka Aitor, Sb. TraiiolK, Kerenford (DeLand), and intermediate. landInics Ly. Jaukaonvilln. 7 M a 9 00 a / 4Uit 11 fi5 P 2 p ao ID8 p | 8 05 ii 8 U TtBT. I i'sAr.
, : E. Knitllsli, Tyler. Oi'iu. No cure, !No pay TiOcts'. ; <>n the t'l..''ohn'. Kivxr. 81. Antrim Inp 8 M.. ll 00 a111 MJ, L' I' II 30" 3 3' I' j 8 08 p a 15

Willi".. to n. Sued."I APPOISTUn TO SAIL At''! FOLLOWS!
t : I 1U IXG: onci threatened to sue an old fel- IAlav.I Foot Catherine Btnec 19 Jaoluunvllle 1/:30: p. in. .. .. .. .. .. Bnndsyv. ., Tijswlsys and TlnrrlaylUeava : Nu. o. No. 38Dully
HIGHWAY H I .. ... .. .. .. .... and No. 98Dally. No. 92Daily. Dally Dally No. 44Dally. No. 30 No. 78 No.74Dally. N
low In Vermont fur flu that ho owed a fI.mtllbound.Hanforil /:;IO a. in.... .... .. .SCIII:1. ; >ULI Momlaya WeilnenUayd l"IuIhbuuod.It. Friday. 1 I I Bun.I Ex.. 8 EO(. Sun.S*. Daily.TToT. & 1'.11

tuld New York luwyer .. .. helOd up. in. I
client of wine. n .. n.
EARTH ROAD3 WITH CLAY [Leave SIM: ... .... .. .. ....JACKSONVILLE. .. .. ...... .... ..........Arilve2.IK) ..m Ly.llt. u u.tlne ." .. I 8 <*>aB I 13li .. Ill I > u III 40 i, I e so i. jj lapis
IMPROVING "but tb threat did not Bocro. to Imirunu 8.4ft p.p.m.m... ...... .. .... .. .. .. .PALATKA .. .. .. .. ... .. ........ ...Leav. 8.00 1"11! Ar. Jaokaonvlll. 7 e>1.. | mi a II B |U U: p IH 40 i. 110 j. MO {j. _730p_ 7 40p-|
.AND SAND. him much.Vliut '. 8.1111"11.. . .. ... ... ... .. ASrolt . . ........ .. .... ... .' l.80p.m
..30a.II1... ... ........... MT.F/tAN'IS... ..... .. .............. .. SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
\ Rood will It do you to .ue .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .IIKRC.HKOKK (IiuLAND: ) .. .. . ........ ........ M.OOn'r
?' ho uskfd."It HANK' Ri> .ao .m
How to His *Bd Apply Th.m to Mv me' will get the money," 1. anawerl'CJ.I imvDR.8na.ra" m.QO .m:::'.:::" "'::'::::::::':EiNTbRPIHSIC :::::::: ::'::::::::':.'::::::: lO.QOa.niSen'l : : SANFORD BBAITOH.No. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
Lao; ol
evro tk n at
* I "((ere the fellow came up clone to mo Ticket Office 2O4 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. '! 111Dally STATION NO..INo.; 3 I'NoTTDally I STATIONS, '
\ < Road Mmchlu.a lu llnlldlnw T..rIllsikwaye. >. I Passenger and ] I D"IL! I I Dally I Dall.11

and suld 'Say, if that'* so 8UO me for .. ... Fla.rtlOB. t MaMa' 'Y" .........Ar, pO p
M. IRONMONGER, JR.,, Gen. Ag 204 Went Hay St.,Jacksonville. ""'"
.20, won't you, and give me the other F.. II ALKY Lonal Frt. Jacksonvlllo. P. LOVKLL. Aut. Supt.. Jacksonville. ,. Ly..Mlmtl..A., 1 07 p t iSp 1O lOa I Lv..N. Smyrna.I I 40 p
iJ( i In on Interesting ndilrrsH delivered at '10.' D. JOHN.: L. HOWARD Agt., Superintendent; l'ooeOH Ht., Jacksonville, Fla. 83 a Lr. Oiicen..........Aril 6,* aLv 0 09 p an Lv. Lakwlle en ....rU tip 1
64 a .KnMrprlM: .Aril, BO aAr 0 99 .> 11 8Ua Lv.Oranun City.Aril tap
CLYDK: M ILNK, lien. Frt. Ant.,New York
the Orvenvlllo (Mich.) good roads. conTcntlon "I gave up hope of collecting that k.TIIKO.C. HAOKHTV!; U. KOHK Inn'l General Ewt'n PUD Manager.* Aat.l"Iew: Vork WM. H CL.TDK ft ('0.. General Agentt.CheseliroiiKU 80 a .... Brtuf-rrt ... ..Lv It OO a 8 5p 11 44 a"Ar, .Or.City JO"LyIU U PNo.

'; Frank F, Ilogors O. 10., hod lalni."-New York Times. : HuUdiolf..| state St., Opposite Battery Park. New York.C. .n'.8 Mo.17 No. 18Dally :

tho following to say regarding the Improvement II. WALTON Agent TltiMvllle Fla. I Dally: I tUATPOBT BBANOH. I ()
of eiirtli roiida: -.- -- 1 1 00 a !13 Lv....................... Jacksonville ......................Ar 83" a ,
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 11 08 a i B3 pAr.................... South Jacksonville....................LvAr 81 .. I
i It.:jon must nlwnys/ Imve an earth All drugKlta refund the money .If It falls 1 40a tl p .................. .....Pablo Baiieh........................ 7(0 a I
rand and cannot /get grnvcl or stone otA to cure. K. W. Grove's signature In. on SE ::J3<> ::D 11 45 aaoom 0 13 p Ar.......................Atlantic B'auh ......................LvAr T4 5.. II
0 IS p ... ... .. .. .... ......., May port ... ............ ... ........Lv 7 80 a .
reasonable. cost put chi)' on thc miud ooh box. 23ots:\ ,
AIR LINE RAILWAY. Trains do not stop .Ut.tle'-soppoilta which no time Is shown.Thru .
nod sand ou the clay \Vben thene be- Only tbe Drat.When T'ma Tab'e* (how. >h- tl-ne.* at which trains may: be expected to arrive and como suitably' mixed they nil) .form a l'ock..relstbllt mID the aoveral utatlonl. but their an Ival or departure at thn tlm.. stated Is not ffumnnor
sort 1 1)K the young KOR rine tlie Oompany hold ItMlt raaponslb e for any delay. or any coniequgncei 'r
ort of hiirdpiin. umklngva very good are to be kept as breeders, do not therefrom.Peninsular.

road sui'dice lit moMt seiiBoni of the wltb crooked breast, SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,
ake" those wry
Of tlie 'liiy In rood I wlii-n PIIILADEIP IA NEW and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mia
)"nr. conrHt', alls!, lontr slender slninkg or nuy other WASUINOTON, BALTIMORE. YORK .
hard and ,dry uud llu Hiind njulte im ..miblo bodily defect Indicating a lack of rigor.

(, whiMi tli, wi'iitlu-r In ,HO wet that Like begeU Ilko. Save tmly tbe best Three Elegant Trains Dally BETWEEN MIAMI. KEY WEST. HAVAKA. AND NASSAU.

nobody wiiulw to tnivcl. but to m>cure for stock birds. Seaboard New York Limited. For.schedules of Peolnitular A Occidental) Steamships ask any agent: of F E. C.

( a uivdluni, ( iirth rond, icuod tin great .. ,J. D. RAIINER, Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE.IF .
vst II 11I11 tJ"I' ot days In Ihl'.1.. ''.... tluit It 1..711.: ..., .1..11. ... Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. .
U |)OHHlbl to uiiili It, thiN In tlio \host When the worst comes to the "worst I -.--

method Unit\ WI' ciiu prrHi-rlU- we have to make tbe best of It.-Pbllaelphln WODKKN: PULLMAN EQUJl MENT. YOU WANT A.

It shoulil ln lioriiiIn.jiilnd! that neither Ite"ord.WffDS. The Seaboard New York: Limited In a ""lItlbllled train composed exclusively ofnllman ..

Improvement 1.0 very Rood until l Kqulptnentl I Dining, Compartment, Drawioic Koom Sleepers and Observation

nultably inlxctl, uud rlny should lio ap- Cam, operated mil Id 8t. Auifiixllne and Jacksoavllle to New Yoi'k via \Va b
ngton ; loavlnR St. Augustine at 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville at 1J20! p. m. Sou ili
11\11..1\ to mi ml In n milliner to secure Lot
bound this train In known a* the Ueat>oar that mixture us Mpi-fdlly. a* possible ..
ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
uud vice' VITBU.Dvchlo .
ou tho width of given/ rood or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
between < tl'hv.-.II'y twenty to tweutyfour -
Seaboard, or write LAND FOK AN ORANGE GROVE,
foct. not much narrower nnd Consumption is a human .
not much wider. These are economical best in weak 1. O. MACDONELL, Attt. Oen. Puss. Aut. Jacksonville.lFlorida. PINEAPPLE} PLANTATION or TRUCK GAR

widths, and the luck of uniformity In weed nourishing -- -- -. ._- ---
-- --- -" -
it's -- We probably have for sale Just what are
Like other weeds you seeking.
thU pnrtlculur of the givntost lungs.

evils of our luck of system In rond easily destroyed while young ; Settlers are flocking in but still there is room. If yo

building. road all to over n suitable thin IJrlnjjtb from when old, sometimes im Atlantic Coast Line R'y. looking this way, drop a line to

twelve to eighteen Inches above theIde possible. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd YicePrf'liIident.

gutters. Thin. however, will have the
L to bo varied to ntfl-t" the H 'eclnl ncMlsof Strengthen; lungs as you TIM Great Through Car Line from Florida.I"1"orlln.I JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
weak land and the
draliiHK for tliolm-nllty nud should would ST. AUGUSTINE FI
,.. FnnlO'.'" .rt.uiu....
a lurgo ditch, be requlrcil on n narrow weeds will disappear. .

road It Hliould IH entirely otitsldv the The best fertilizer isScott's
regular Duller which will protect the lung "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL."

vehicles from tho danger of tipping Emulsion. Salt l pork lletween St. AugUHtlnp nnd New York Leave St. Augustine 11:10: a. m., Jaok-

over. is good too, but it is very hard unvllle riM: j.. m., dally except Sunday.: SOUTHERN RAILWAY

prepare the 1'l'Cllt may have to be

SUojkved) toward the center, but.' If sis to digest. "CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

tld'not disturb the old rondlivd unlemi The time to treat consumption Detween St. AuguMlna and Chicago and bt. Louln. Leave St. AutciiKtlne 8 a. m., ,4 In Connection with Florida East Coast Railway. Effective January 14, li!*
0 Ctt These trains are th. atandard of perfection in pasaenger -
absolutely necessary. After plowing is when begin trying Jacksonville : a. m. ,

IIIUTOW thoroughly, take n rand milchlno you service, conslntln of Pullman Ventlbnled wlnR-Koom, Sleep- No. 30 IN... 3'.1 I o. HII:1'WE\: : JACKRONVILLICASI Nn.31 ,-
to hide it from yourself. and Observation Cars.To 311 > N\W: YURK I No.AI: I
lug Coropariment
and slntpo the whole bed to n 7611 P 1If111 It '" L. J""kIlOIIVtll 1I'la. ....tlmtl.ern Rall..y.... .Ar 9 ::10 211p
Others it won't.Don't I :III... II. 20 1:1: M L.. lia .. ._. .0 III a I
perfectly rounded shnpv and roll till sec you VIA MONTGOMERY: leave St. Augustine O':10 m. Jacksonville P P Havannah. .Soulhero It U".y. .Ar II III. ,
the WEST p. ,
liMa : :' .. 11201' ArCb..rlott..N C. .. 8<,,,lhemU.U.y ....Ly 9M ,. :!Oa
no more compacting Is possible with Kruller wait until you can'tdeceive 8 :KXS p. m. Day Coaches and I'ullmun Sleepers."FLORIDA 8 p ....... 8M..IArltlohlllolld.V.. .. .... clllth..ruRa.I..a, LY l:1: 1Jpl. I IIII'

weighing four tons or more A )( '" 1 ... <>nlh rn'Rallway. .Ly l 31plIIMI
: .' farm roller ht of llttU use for this pur yourself any longer. AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED." > 11111. 1t00. Ar.\v..hllllltooiO.C..8''. I.y '
: with the first thought Jacksonville :I 6... / 1m p 1I ajAr I'h.lad..ll.hl..1'a. ..I'ennoyl"lUIla R.y..Ly 8 6la/8: /
1)O(11 between Jackaonvllle and New York. Leave St. Augustine : a ro 6 U. .1:11': 14.11,1 Ar Ne,.,. York .... ....nn.ylyan'a W,. ..L. : / 1111'1
i" After tbe bed Is properly shuped and to take Scott's Emulsion. If 11:3a.:\ in., carrying Day Coaches and Pullman Drawlng-Room, Sleeping N..31'"l3'J-.Th 8<>nthern Pal,," Lhulted ..rrlvell do&Uy eIo"I>I Alonta,.; leave. ...'
rolled as deiicrlbed take a roud ma- and Dining Cam.ATLANTIC eept S..0.la1.. NOtt. 8:1.nd M'N.." York .ncl Florada E"--.... Ialll IJlnilig Can.N.AI .
china and crowd enough earth to each it isn't really consumption so COAST LINE EXPRESS." Between Jacksonville and New York. : an.I"W..bln n ..nd rlorlda Llwlted." Dall,. .

'side of a central strip of such width a* much the better ; you will soon Leave St. Augustine 0:10: p. Jacksonville 8:03 p. ro., carrying Day 1\.11 Nu. 18 lIutwetto J""k"unvllle and the Non" "041 Wlllt I No. 1-1-:,
\ 1III\ aT"" I.. JackeoovUle.1'1a ....... .., 30 a
Coaches and Pullman I' lIouth..r. Rail""'. Ar It
l lie Sleepers.fRANK
It lenlrable to with
may cover clay forget it and be better for the 86111' 8.11I. Ar I'ol.cuo. Ga ......... .. .. RouLt-.rn Rall".,.... ...L.. 1 to a
or grn\'ci. This being dono clay should C. nOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Tra. l>as8. Agt. 1I'lIp II UII.. ArAtI"nta. ..... ..... ....... 801lihern Rail...,. .. ..... .LY 10 1161' II I
\ lie applied on sand to the! depth of tlvo treatment. If it is consumption 1.18: West Bar St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 104 p .., .. ArC'h..naa'-Teno.......... l'Ioutb.rnRaU' _' .... . ..LY 6Up
.! MS'I. p Ar Uhlo. ... ... .. queeo"* Cnnl ... ... .Ly !.: a
Pass. -i-i8lOa
'. or six Inches where no gravel U used can't expect to be II. M. EMERSON:! Traffic Manager. W. J. CKAIO, Gen'l. Agent. -: 8311p- LYl'ln"lnnati ... .. .. lOa :
you .... .. .. ............... ... 1
and to the depth of three or four Indies cured at but if will WILMINGTON N. C. lOOp Till. A.CbloalC".III..... ... .. .. .. .. RIIt Fo..L.. 8 SOp _

wbt'ro.a tinnmlng of as much gravel once, you --.- .. .----- -.-- --------- t 8311 p Ly .......... Pen"I"anla LID.... . .Ar ., ,
, I can bo plurwl upon the clay. After tbeI begin in time and will be _30_ ArChloago.1I\......... .. .. .. l'ennayl..Lloe.' ........ .. r ""'.!..l.I!'

30. : : Ly ............ C II ,., I )f..non..... .... ....Ar 1411 a
.r' clay Is applied. It may be leveled with rigidly regular in your treat 6 1 C'lnetno.LI\Ohl. .... ...... CII..U-MDnoo.... .... ....L.. Ooop:11180 II:

a road mnculn If well pulverised, or, ment will win.Scott's aIaF- -'-: It p Ly "lnolnnaLi. Um.. ............ 1r Mlcblll6n ('eatral..r 8M.
If lumpy. It limy be leveled by first you I. P & BON a A. Toled... Uhlo.... .. .. ... ... C H .. D-IIt1cbla.... Central Lv liMp '
I r rolling to rriinh the lumpH, then burrowing Emulsion fresh air _:"'J!.. _1_ o. ArDtttrolt.Mlch... .. ... CII&U-Mlchllf..a <:entral YlllOO.J!. ,'I..:
: : : ::: p L.. <'Inclonat. .nhl. ... ....... Penn."h..nlaLinetl.. . .. ..Ar a
till smooth but In each case It rest all can, cat all you more I a veritable"hy.leal' dragon"me",of lll-n..alth It lea.... '0 lte INub, ArPlttab..rlt.I" ...... .. . penn.'IYllnl..LloH..... .. 1.91.1'_ _.
you thaD
must be mlliHl. till hard after a smooth '0 Amerlean..probabl7 O l81' _.d'.E'"lar .-- 30... ::3IIp LYrh..lnn.LI.Ohln. ....... ... RIll; roor.... ..... . . Ar ..',
;-1\ surface 1ms been secunM.Vhor can, that the treatment and l.h'YI; ASlml"J' """au1Ij'l n .he fire' Indlca"on 8001' ArCleYel..Dd.Ohlo. ....... ...., RI.. Foor...... ..... ........L. 11301'- .
\ *> no gravel U used the clny that's the best treatment.We of ..., 'he .:r.te... I. II.DAlly 800"i tJa 13--311 p L.. Le"lollto.. K, .... .... .... flClother" Ranwa,......., Ar 10 .,,1 a I'to '
qqlnla..orlba'd I'Dllnerallom.1. Il1p ArL..1..1II8.K) .... _.:. .. SOotb.naRan_'..... ... I... 1..a32
must be rovtred with from one to two Do... Da..rou.. ia baa.. a' an = .! Ar 8' Lnnl.. Mo.... ....... .. .. Roatbera Rail...'........... L.. 10 041. _
i.r luchea of s machine nml crowding little of the .. 311 P Ar Lotal..III... Kl......... .. .... J'eon"I..nla LInN... .. .'.y T... .
' a little of the Emulsion ...... 1 3'J a Ar rbi..lC" III.............. .... J'enn.yly..nla. LlaH...... ..L.. 8... _
surplus Mind from the sides to the free.n w>nwvmT..and....A..tlfft.y N..II.nclll-.Chlcal1'O ..0.1 Florad.8.lal.. .rYlvH dall, ........ Munda,; I...... ...../ r

from becoming uiuddy at the II rut wet I l4b tM l picture U an In laIt .....-..............a.lIII..r........1.n..Irld.q.of ._.....__I,. b.rr cor'l"lId.__bl_.. :ooo. ..Tb..oIIoIh I..nd of the "Il,. .. 13j.liet.'Ju'riJle J&u' H

! >IL drpMMliitf of snivel Istiiied. flOo ... 1 ""' .. .. Ar)2tIa, ? :
PIE It. top v> tpi-er' ol .ve" bolt If olfe.mnl p r bo. All Dru.... .. ,F I1oa 10111PILy.lae..nylU..IIo.R' ; ,:
.ano.h. .. .
It should If applied to the thin "'HM >ou bu,. I ArA.llevlll.-.R'.r.y.OOI R' .Ar > 8111'p"Op .8IArlll."n.. ...IIn.R'.Ly.IIn.R.LYOf.I'

cost of clay Immediately after rolling.tlien SCOTT: & UOWNB 2 I tIIa, ..' ArJllnulaabam..IIooRy..Lyi .I.IOaArcloClnaatr..q&C..LY
.truo'aurfnl' . Arl\lempbl..rnoco..I..I.1
be to
brought a- by Chemists 1 .'" A r K.a..... ("itr.: ..TrI""" J
it t'.e ue or a road machine and rolledt.I 43? Pearl St.. N. Y. ,foe. .?anti i-r-"iuw i lonua .
umiteo.IJally. Dining cars.If.
) It Is compactetl. If the
, thoroughly :
L; W Wft' Is dry, the crawl should be 5v. and $t; all druggists. 11. It. WILSON .. SOX. P. CAltV, I>i.t. Pass. Agt., 1O8 TV. DR y SU Jacksonville, J

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: : RIVE:: :eO'JELO : : ., .

1 :I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. World's Famous Hotel Victory. ,


I J. O. BAST-, Proprietor. ,' '-* Put-in-Bay Island, Lake Erie, Ohio. .... ,

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U \ ,. .. ;
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.Sw.=s and FISHING '. .. ,.I
Hates: $2 50) per day. ?i 'I Tho vlowa show just a few of the many environments posed by this, the Greatest and Granilost,. r ,,l
''- $10 and $12 per week s of all Summer Hotels. It la renowned for the social standing of its patrons, dimensions, excellence- I:

k of food, service, and the lavish amusement of Its guests. Situated 1 on a large Island In ml
JACJ80NVll.I.I:.' a park of twenty-one acres of shaded lawn. The scenes and envlionmonU am enchanting, con 'I ,',: \It.

YVrti4a ducive of rest and comfort. \ "
INDSOR HOTEL . R. i. jt jt't
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S If you send your address we will mall you our souvenir folder, rate cud and testamonlal book. ...... \yi!

LARGEST: AND BEST -ROUND: HOTEL. They are VERY ATTRACTIVE and the rates are most lenionable. Address, "". :t t i II i:'

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: T. W. McCREARY., G11. Mar: .gr_ :'". '1 :, .,\ it'

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f Toledo Ohio. ) j.1
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3&J&* A',., Juno1st| UOI, Put-in-flay, Ohio' M.I .I'> jIj. :I I It
'a f,l'
x Part of South Front, Hotel Victory, f.iolng lake Kilo-showingNat.itoilum : -t
: : In foreitround ::1 :,,'; ', '\\1,
Open : \: {-

a ? dj of 1903 ': $11 (

.1 II :tr
Jane 18th. I

i* ..,. r Why not spend : ; \ f: !:
a ;
4 4t \
Your Summer '! '
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1 t t r ,I ''I:

Vacation t ;. I '; f


Opposite po toffioe., Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired.and re- Rote M : t't'Yictory

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . ?
The Celebrated Hotel Victory Orolientrn: appearing! twice dally, and at all 4$ k f,+ ,

Rates 2.50 per day and up. The Plaza" and Terraced Walk to Lake! evening function. In a tepeitnlre, the rendition of which made them famous.

.- -.- -- .
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. 1- !
JENS1N. A811. Vn.r.'C, N. (J., I.



American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened The prettiest. locution on Indlnn River.'E, beautiful grounds. Near .
the Flue "Fishing and IInlltln Terms reasonable. Letters and 10<
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. 18.00) ) to *15.0": per week .U: .00 to *:2.fiO per (J' '!" ";
JOAN b. PARK, Owner and Proprietor, .. .1, ',
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from, any wharf or depot. All '
--- 80 Steam and IIot Water Heated Room. ': t' ",'
Street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. WEST PALM U12AC1C AItVIUtNI I. '
Select Tourist Patronage. Rooms open for engagement.HoookleU. ,. \ < : ? Gk
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. l

_. -- --- _.. Columbia; Hotel WM. I.. McCOY, Proprietor ,1// 4
HOTEL LaGRANGE LaGrange .. .. "
ST. AUGUSTINE ------- ----- - -- -
', .
Direct Ocean Front and Park Avenue.

oM St. George .ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. WEST:Fronting PALM .\II( FLA.. A ItVERNE BY THE SEA, L. I. Hotel Marlborough :

Now Open for GUt8to1. Grand Opening on Decoration Day. / h ,

Remodeled under new management. Rooms en suite with private baths. Mrs. Oeo. C. L-vOmnne, Manager Mrn. Uno. C. LaGrange, Manager Broadway :With and :87th Mtreets, NEW YORK. j

Mara sun exposure than auy hotel In St. Augustine. Located on the Plaza. ---- --------.. --- .. ---- 400 Room. :200!()( bath rooms Lighted entirely with electric lights Conducted -* d
M. B. MONTGOMERY. Owner and Propr. WKST I AL)I IU\Cn 1 on Ameilann and European. plan, and IK managed( under the personal. !
BupervUlon of the owum. '
oEueetU House, Saratoga Springs. E. H. CROWELL, Mitnager.! +


t Ceaa View Hotel ST. AUGU 1'1'INOn FLA.BAY STREET. Hotel ValId one Broad wity and "Ie!1 tilleet: i

A larsre homelike hotel well appointed and heiutlfnlly, located, giving the NEW YORK CITY,
Overlooking the ocean. This house is under the management of J. Richards, comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKE ..
from Ohio, and will remain open until May 13th. Everything home-like and WORTH, opposite, the Royal Poinclnnl IIo el. White waitresses. Electric FIREPROOF, :(00( ) rooms, ulngle and en suite, with private baths and toll* '
Mimortable. American plan. J. RICHARDS. Bells Good 'I>.hlnlt, Hunting and lloarlnit. Rates $:l. $2 60 and $::1 per rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. flood rooms tl.AO; large rooms 12; and wIth r
day. Special rate by the week. THE PALMS, West Palm Beach. private bath $2.LO: per day" and upwards. The management I. under the per Ir, 1 t R

n__-___._ _n -____ -.---- -- -- -... Honal supervision of the owner. FRANK l ORUEN, Manager ; t
SEAURKCZC.w r PALM UI:AJII. ____ ..._.______m__ : ; f.FC f.

Colonnades NOW OPEN Beach: Club Cafe. >JB'':. S.A..LE'. ;' I!' 1 1I
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SEABREEZE, (Daytona) FLA. ,1- "
([Incoipmaled) Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 ;

SPECIAL RATES UNTIL JANUARY 13TII. Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Tulnclana, Palm Belch, on the north. Acres of Land. I I. 1 1epNs

FOR RATES, BOOKLETS ETC., ADDRESS: Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.FirstClass .:

Chef CuUlne and, Service.
L 9Ea & SHARES a. .
:prl."V'a"te: :DI.n.I.c.g: : : : :larJ.ors '

Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hour.

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Clarendon -T----
e Inn ,
KEY: .WI S'l'. .. \
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OPEN THROUGHOUT TIIE YEAR. M'ri y ie e a I ;l( \1 If
The Jefferson KEY: ,WEST, FLA. : I.,
Pacing the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new management .*, Ii4,4':_ $ b d'h
!t. Best Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the season w
JAS. P, VINING, Manager. 'T9 $$1 tiia
Gawndon Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the Claren '
don Stopover allowed on all Hav ,na tickets via }'. A n H. S. Co. .-, It
Inn, Seabreeze, Florida. E. J.. POTTER, Prop.C. -- '
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W. J. PALMER: MANAGER.New. r 1 'H'HLocated 'i' .' ,.
xlerp. First-clans. 'Bus meet. all Hteameri. Rates $3.00 pet day, I "

Rockledge Hotel ROCKLEDGE, FLA. and upwards-Commercial Special. at 8ARNO:. thrne <|init.r* of a mile south. of EAU OALLIK, FLORI- '.t .,
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INDIAN RIVER. -- ------- u' on the Eau Gallle River, lens tJ.alllmlf" from the/ Indian River, and two 1 I.;
ARE YOU A BOAT-BUiLDER f If and a half mile/ from the Ocean. The property I I. two hundred miles south of / .
Situated In midst of full bearing orange grove; overlooking Indian River. you are, !get one of Walton's Patent Jacksonville, on the .JI'lorltJ..C. Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adJoining t"i .
r'" welled 1 hunting and fishing. Casino, Billiards and Bowling. Livery. Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat- WOBMS1 I the property, Buildings/ erected In 18JM), and some of them have never : !'
Steam neat, and many suttee with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by tlr t- builders and owner of bouts. Calks been occupied, the original/ owner' having died a few, months after their completion. r. .!. vW
class' orchestra. Rates, $3.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates until boat more rapidly than any other Kern 1..G:entity. ...IB Qumllty.Cream The hotel was opened'for about two months prior to the owner' death, and ... : I '
January 0th.:!! calking tool In the world. Price *1.00 "w.IIITrsP13: : : : hat not been used since. All the building were erected In the most substantial ,,f {, i
H. R. SIIARES, Proprietor. and $3.00 each, at ADVOCATE office, manner and are now, In excellent' condition. The hotel and cottages. are completely ft \
Iller Fla. furnished, and little of the furniture has been nred. There .
notel' New Weirs, Lake WInnipesankee, N. IT. Tltuslll, Vermifuge very ever are two 4 t ,
---=- artesian wells twenty cistern connected, with sewer eto. ) 'aa." k
Draying.Draylogorbanllagof rats .0 TKAH: The property cost the original owner *.....,000 and will be sold at sacrifice 1

Inscribe and get all the Has Led all WORM Remedies. The[ above cut fairly represent the property. 1 ,
for the ADVOCATE .
all ind prompt-: EVEMV BOTTLK: OUASIAMTCKO.: For particular. apply to or addrena, 'I
y attended to. Meet all trains. Store .., 8OI.P.. BY ALL 0ItUCC.ST8. EZRA F. IIA TCII. D. L. OAULDKN, WM. A. WARVOCK, 4 .f
News week. wood supplied.AI.VBKO. I nrr.rra e. Caretaker on prlml_. Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner, I
of the East Coast every iLkSLKY, TltUSTlU 'I -TAMES!:....r.-BALLARD.- --ST. IX>tn3.J Ella OalUe. Florida.[ Tltunvllle Fla. Jamaica N.:T.r ",
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Coastof GRAIN
Tim town of Tltnsvllle is situated on The tourist season on the East It has (Incorporated) GROCERIES, PRODI

of the far-fatned Indian Florida is practically over. of all kinds. We are agents! for MA f'K;' ,
AND BlLVKMSMITHS, the bnnk record PAID UP CAPITA $25,000.00.This We handle PRODUCE 'r, ,, I
bent on
JBWKLKJib seasons
of uers.
; )line of the Florida been one of and solicit
Uiv<*rand is on the traveled the We deal exclusively In the above line goods! tin 'I, "
'. 41 West Bay btieet, East ('Ol\ t nail way, )rib miles southof more people having this over winter company ownsZrAN17S Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered HI v, ''lI ,. c''
miles from bt: Augustine Florida East Coast Railway atl
FLORIDA. Jacksonville. 118 BRADY BRO. TITt il i I.. ][
JACKSONVILLE, 145 riles north of I'alm He u'hand than ever before. ::I :: ,, E. L. FG1t
stock til thl, section of country. 212 miles north of Miami. The Some of the trains have boon taken off, "--.0::
largest the St.
and the time of arrival and departure of In the Indian River Country; On
Kstablished: In 1818.x Titiisvillf branch of the defunct :J., T.A .
catalogue. K. W. Ity., now controlled by the other trains changed. A new schedule Lucle River; at New River and on Bar; S. W. CARROLLDealer
tho 2nd Inst.
Send for descriptive Coast Railway Co., also went into effect yesterday, ,
Florida East .1 : anddepart
the times.
and the trains now arrive Prices to suit 10-
runs into the town this fifing the terminal passenger -- :

'i t '' THE ANHEUSER BUSCH point of that branch. Thereare from Tltusville as follows: Send for Land List. GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND

: ,. .. about ten trains running into:Tl- OUTHBOUKD. at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, YEGETA!

tusville daily. from Jacksonville.Beach; and /Inter.mediate .Leaves TittiSTllle for Miami and *::ft pmlutermedtate in Offices Crockery, Glass and Tinware. + Your Patrtnu) AiiicitFLOUI1 ,
Asso's. ford Miami, J'alm at F
Brewing point fi;j J ,? T.ITUSVIl.LE > t.
points. during the winter season rreorxD.p

4ti i Titimille is one of the divisionsof K o ar '\ East Coast Meat Marke

Piunou St. Loulu Keg and Hot- the V. K.C. lliiilway Co. Leave Tieunvllle: for Jacksonville 1 I 9blpm8N lnl::;, !; :!!:: "INDIA.N.RIVER'ICEFACTORY.
tied liner AH. the county beat of Brevard county and Intermediate point*at T ; p m
DUREN Agent.
: J G. ,
:. ft has a court house and a modern ,
l'' Bold'" by Mennrs. 11'. A. Losley arid brick Jail building, but rarely any Tltnsvllle for San ford .* e 1:08 a.m 135: TITUSVILLE, FLA.
It. L. MntInWTltnMvlneVia. in It. The population lit Arrive Tituavllle from Sanford C'1O copI
r.r.I I prisoners :: to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or loose special:
FIN.'a ) Illness is so rare, that oats The merchants of Tltusville are pleased -- Is prepared au
." p By Mr It. L. Motluw, Cocoa, about 1,01)0. for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is im motto"T.
r doctor finds time to act as Justice of to learn that the management of the U2co pI:: paid sacking

.'. JOSEPH ZAPF the I'enee and Notary Public, besides F. E. C. Railway are considering the T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
medical the division ., c pIeo ::
attending to his practice. matter of making this town -
The Circuit Judge and the County headquarters for the trains' running be. ---
a Sole Agent. Judge reside' here. tween Jacksonville and Miami', and are TXT1TS"'V"XLDE :xrvmEl.: : .or ST13a

Thin. point U virtually the head of trying/ to so arrange their schedule to
010 to OM: West Bay Street, the famous Indian River, and the favorite that effect. The AUVOOATK has been Informed h ''I'
1 point of fitting out and starting that TltuHvllle will be the headquarters _. 4 .C't .." FEED AND SALE H U 'I'' r SADDJ>: HORBUGblEa
'; l u JACKSONVILLE, FLA. numerous cruising! parties during our If the train schedule can be so :::' -

i balmy winter months; as everything arranged; but nothing has been definitely y ...STABLES. : ,
necessary comfortably equip pleas : decided upon. The summer schedule e=
:3PL. X*. MOTLOW.Iu ure yacht or hunting party can be obtained Is oot yet in order, but the official are : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAf BAGGAGE lRRE:

i In THiisvillo at the most reasonable wojklng" upon it. Should the management u
prices. This is evidenced by the of the above road decide to make I.l I. + TRANSFER, and TtrR\OC':
fact that the same parties have been Tltuavllle their headquarters, the merchants

corning to Titutiville annually for many of this town will consider it a HAULING, ETC. ..all kind,,
winters 1'or that purpose, in preferenceto much-appruciated move on their part

any other point along the East for it will bring quite a few families to J. M.- OSBAN & BRO.

Coast. the county town of Brevard as well as TITUSVILLEBack of Grand View hotel. FLO
To the southeast of Tltusville, lien a, place considerable extra dollars In the
magnificent sheet of salt water about exchequers of our merchants, hotel and
six miles wide, formed by the waters boarding houses.

I of the Indian lUver. Here fishing, w 'Fv t vl
I I' 6as wild duck shooting, sailing and row 4.lgrT: ) ry Seeds For Summer Crops
lug 1 canbe Indulged in to the hearts THE EAST COAST CANAL.

content of the must fastidious sports. -

man. Mr. George( F. Miles, manager of the
On the Atlantic Ocean beach nearlyin Florida Coast) Line Canal and Trarmportutloii Millets, Sorghums, Sojiv Bonus, Velvet Beans,Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte,

a direct line with Tltusville, is Canaveral Company, Is pushing the work gym.. Beggarweed, clean. --...JSWhlppn
Club which! is surrounded by now In progress by the two dredges/ at '
over 10XK)( ) acres of land. This property work on the canal which Is to connect c<> AT :IJE.A.S: :

I la owned by some of the most promInent the waters of the Mataozas and Halifax Wonderful Black, Unknown Ladvftngers.

M' Fine LIquors Wines. Beers, and wealthy residents of Boston, riven.. The dredges of the company Smokeand Clean Bright, Clays Stock Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 85o: |er qt., Postpaid;
in ;
Ales. Stout, Eta. who come to TiCusvlllo every winter to commenced work lust fall, and\ have been [f Your House. Goes up peck; *42.;; bushel.

52T Send me your orders! House.l board their launches for the Club now making cutting eioellent through piogress.what is They known are as you loose everything Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides Garden 7o
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. The cool, refreshing, health-giving1, the divide, strip about eight miles it Is your own fault. L. CAMERON The Seed Store,

ozone-lndeii. breeze wafted across from long.: This Is the most difficult work ITMxro s'Ur.a.E10o.: : 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FL
the Atlantic Ocean And the broad Indian along" the entire length of the canal l, and lufHcient td cover the value of the property -
VISIT The most'pecullar and Intoren River, are among the enjoyable It Is not likely that it will be completed and household effects should be car-

Ing sight In America ; features of this phenomenal locationon until next winter. led. Hates are not high. The companies
the East Coast of Florida. With the waters of the Matauzits and we represent are solvent, reliable and lib- Attention
TIlE FLORIDA There is a large area of primeval Halifax rlveis connected, the Inside ral. Claims are promptly adjusted. Special

forest and prairie land in this section, waterway from St. Augustine to Blscnyoe Don't neglect to take out a policy.
where the hunter delights to go after bay will be finished. All that will remain -

i OstrdhFarmOo1JACKSONVILLE.! wild turkey, det-rquail, English snipe to be done will be that of keepingthe SCIIUYLER 3RANNING, GIVF.N TO MAIL ORDERS .FOR-
etc., eto. ; and where the thrifty settler channel its required depth and flTUSVlLLE FLORIDA.

may find some of the finest hammock width. One dredge moving from place Correspondence Invited. Hardware Tinware? Crockery} Glassvi:
land in the state for the growing of to place will do this work. When a por- ,
fruit and vegetables. There are some tion of the canal was open to navigation

very line orange groves in the neighborhood i few years ago, the boats of the company A NEW INVENTION.Recently Harness and Stoves.
of Tituaville and it would
did a good business running( between .
the visitor to these parts to go and Tltusville and other
pay Lake Worth
D0 Our Stock is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prom
view them. points on Indian River. When the entire I
Titusvllle has shelled I'trf't'tll.' electric work is finished It is proposed to
lights a very reliable bank (the put the boats on the entire route. The Patented all Over the World Jas. Pritchard <& Son

Indian nlv"" Slate Hank), two good mual, or Inland waterway will also bl
newspapers( (the EAST COAST Auvo- pen to all aorta of light draft pleasure
I CACHand Florida Htar), tine brick, raft, and for leisurely emitting theo Postofflce Box 212,
well-stocked stores a Board of Trade; The Walton.
: u rite will utter exceptional advantages.
five white churches two colored churches t"l.L.s-v11o Florid
The company is operating. under a : ., -
large. fisheries, a tannin acid factory Hate charter, lecelvlng from the Inter-
(l Florida Extract Works), an ice Impiovement trustees certain giants
factory well organized band) an opera of land for every ten mile. of canal competed Self-Locking Tackle Block.

: Noose, an armory raw and real estate and accepted. Before mine land The Buffalo Gasoline Moto
olilccs, an excellent school an up- ian be obtained the entire project mum
to-date. shooting: club, a large and comfortable lie finished. This the company Is proared Mude in various shapes and sizes, of

hotel (the Indian River), and > to do as speedily as possible.APPROACHING VOOI, IKON'and: BRONZE Will
a number of boarding houses There
are flue drives along the banks of the work equally well with rupe, chain or Has demonstaa

Indian Klver, and through the 1min- WEDDING. the rope.

mocks and orange groves. Will work at nny height, upside down, its superiorityoall
The facts presented, should have a Mrs. Thaw and Miss Thaw, of.Washington and will\
at angle
I orUontally, or any ,
tendency to direct the attention ol D. O., who spent a portion of the others for th
prospective settlers: and visitors! top and look n any point.
many season In Florida, and whose weddliv, ,
to this cosy town of Tltusville, on' the to the Earl of Yarmouth will\ take place' Invaluable for every kind of business waters.

Nearly J"O) ul antlrt lilnln tmiillni 8 to 10 fee banks of the Indian Klver. on Thursday April :ST th, have gone to rhere a block is needed frequently-
high, welKhliiK ifio to 4ml) 'a"uiols| ciu-h." Oittrlol and Miss Thaw were
Menu,BKUKi imtrliiUe ultUiiK anil baby ottrluhw I'ltt burg. Mrs. lOll the labor of one man or more. ...
Jam liatoliBil.Ounlen CHURCH NOTICES.The Accompanied by the :Karl of Yarmouth, LIGHT DRAFT. HIGH SP
like it for hanging or stretchIng -
... .. Nothing
.o..rt vl lfor throiiKli the farm ex who appears to be very devoted to
1,1"lnln.c all shout the lilrUa, tbulr ....ta. habllepioudge accomplished fiance The wedding wires.
.etc.a Reliable,,
Titusville Sunday Absolutely
: will take place at the beautiful Address all communications to the
I school will meet at 3.00: every Sunday home of the Thaws, at Plttsburg and Is

E. Vesoy Hall afternoon. likely to prove one of the social event Yalton Self-Locking Block Go 3eo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Bea
There will be pleaching: the Methodist of the after Knster season. Quite\ number '
church Tltusville next Sunday at 11 Washington people will go to (Incorporated.) :
a. m. and 7::iO p. m., by the pastor. All nttsbuig upon the date tiled for the
illlce and WarAroom 404 Atlantic Ave
Boatbuilder It will ,
are Invited. wedding although It is said that '
be conducted very quietly. The wedding Near Kowe's Wharf, Elevated Station. 1 Tm EAST COAST OP FLORIDAis
Hev. N. I. M. Itogert( will preach In the
will be to the Prosbyteil- PARADISE "
church : according BOSTON: MASS. REGAINED.0 ,
Titusvllle Presbyterian
ritual that being the faith of Miss\
OEOROIANA FLA. at 7:1)0:) o'clock. Also at an
Sunday evening
Thaw. Among those who will be at the
feet Hocklodge every Sunday morning. father and mother Sample Block can be seen at the An-
I build a special launch hull 20 bi wedding will be the
r 5 foot Inches beam steam bent white oak The Ladles'' Aid Society of the Methodist of the Earl of Yarmouth Maiquls of OOATK: office, TltuHvHIe.M. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. i

frame, cypress planking, copper fastened church, Titusvllle will\ meet at the Hertford, and Lady Herfoid, who will

pine decks, bent combing,lockers tinder parsonage next Wednesday at 3 p. m. A come to the United States to witness the J.. U. Macneal.TTsn. Jan. E.Tate V.rre TIME CARD No.4T.
I I all seats. Inside finished In varnish full attendance Is very much desired. ceiemony. After the wedding the couple ...- EFFECTIVE APRIL8.1903.
,I of the ., 8OUTHBpUN It-READ DOWN XOKTH HOC7S I)-T E*5.1
for tl2.Complete with 3 II. V. engine,, will go to England, the home
all to I'rlce $IJ5.;I Deaconess Palmer will hold service a O'J .:311 No.20 u. tJ8 Yo Tr
ready run. '
In Gabriel's church Titusvllle at 11 groom. INT/! )ally I Dal l DaIlLJ I
j, Other slzet built to order.Hodgson St. L-I Ikaliy! _STATIONS l>!ally
,I a. m., on Sunday next: and give a lectureon !lOOp 1J p'9 di.' "L" .. .... .. ...... .JllckMonvl1t. ? .. . ....Ar 1-1'00 30P620p
\ .Mission work especially of the Woman > 200., JIIMaLy..l le.Aopu, ................ 140a Sze PliMp
" The ladles. MASONIC BANQUET.The A/SjnPS&B\ : seep 114pLv....... .. ..........Ormoud. ......,.. .. ......Ar 8)$4s 3MP10p
Bros. Auxiliary work. are .001. J2T..Lv.... .. ...... .. .. Daytona ... ......... .. .Ar !llIla 3HI'9Mp
II l especially Invited. Archdeacon H. F. ; > Ji' *- t2 p 20IlPLv.: ... ..._..,. ... ..... Hntyrna............ ...Ae 2/lia 31 P15Np
Blown will\ bold divine service with Holy members of Indian River Lodge v \ 1 Slip SOOpILv.. .. .... .........Tltuavllle........ .........Ar tMa :214Pus
i'd. Communion Sunday next, at 11 a. No. IX, }" .% A. :M., held their usual I I' a Slip 4 i5 p Lv. ... .... .. ... Melbourne.. ... ......Ar l t Sop U M P I
on lIa .... .. .. .... 921"701'a
I KAB CALLIIS, INDIAN RIVER, TT.A. the ( Slflp f4.1pL. .W.l'alm eaoJb..A.r 7o.p
d. m.. In St. Mark's\ church, Cocoa, and In meeting In their Lodge-room at Indian \1\UU1N r) ,\.. JOOloop TI t6 I
',: Marine nail 3&. Gabriel's church Titusvllle\ 7:30 p. River hotel, Tituavllle, on Friday \
way.I m. Next week holy week services ttt. evening last.! The\ attendance much \ f"J For schedules of eolnllular A Occidental Steamships ask any agent of F E t
I 'I General Merchants and Chandler. than and Mr. A. K. Wilson.
Ship usual
: Gabriel's church will be as follow.: Mon\ larger J, D. RAIINEH AUGUSTISE.
ASllt. Gen. PUll. ST.
\l Agent
took his third Several members
" .Speoliil Facilities.. day 330p.: m.;Tuesday :.1:110:: p. m.; Wednesday degree. y
of the Cocoa lodge I4"f1 I- _
7::<0 p. m.; hood Friday 1010 a, were present. among '" -- h
Fur Hauling Out, Storing and UepllrlngYachta m. and 7tO:: p. m. Sermon Friday evenIng them being,' Bros. John Macdonald, D. ;1 f 1nlV\ 1/
and Launches. "Christ In I'aradlne." St. Clalr Nlsbet John Heed, F. Iteraman. : rU\';' .:i: 'Peninsular and Occidental Coinpa
After the closing of the Lodge, Bro. M.

Mention the AIIVOCATB when writing. S. bams, of Cotirtenay, invited the mem- The bent,cheapen and mom. durable for roofs
NEW RAILROAD. bore to an excellent supper, prepared by of' all klnol.. boiler, amokeHtacka, bridges.; Ironwork -United States rant Mail Routes For-
-- Bro. J. U. Bast. The tables and dining eto. Anyone can apply It One coat unf- KFT WEST CUBA AND! THE WEST INDIES, VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI Tropoeed !
To MislcG411s.t ,
Ik'.nt. Reaily-inUod I for use. Fire and water
Letters patent have just been issued room were beautifully decorated, and proof. St ..>a Irak. Uwil all over this State for aaillngv effect aa shown below. Subject to change and postponement withoutMIAMIHAVANA
for the building of a railroad In thisState about forty brethren o sat down to a re- wt flfttwn years. Send. for circular. Price Inkrrels.oooentiiner LINE. IIILUII.Mon.I"'s.Frlday. .
t A baritone horn for sale nearly new:; from Melbourne In Drevard county cherche spread, which was done ample & ga non; half barrels, M eta.; ; ..... .... Commencing March e,19O3.-LEAVINO ",
: .10:00: a III L" Miami Ar Sooam..wedneedYS'
Head omen
oost $JA.OO; will sell for U.OO. Can beseen to Orlando, In Orange county. justice to by all present. Beers and wine te to i n"'lorld..lI..r.I and flve-irallon_.IIKKS... Co..,er JacksonTllle eenta. ; Knight Tuesdays, Satunlaya.... ... a:00ama Ar Haranna L.. 100 noon..:.. Saw
at the store of Among the lucorporators are K. O. were also ou the table for those who caredto ,''CI Wall Co Tampa' Kennerly H rdware Co.. MIASII-KEY WEST-LINE:! ...Commenolnic. Leaving Miami March 3. 1903.:

J. R. WAI.KKH A Co., fainter of Jacksonville; J. n. Jenkins. partake of them. After few speechesby ilatkat %Holier ;t.oka"llOala euo0a: Heo. H. Fer. Tt..Thnra..8at.............. 1:80 am Lv Miami Ar a:30 p m.... ........ w-"? '.. I
1 Tltusvlljo, Fla. jr., Frank Jenkins, Wru. T, Wells, E. P. the members, the affair/ came to a conclusion ...kid, Siiifonlj 18. r.Tr..v't! Co., Fla. To..TbDra..8a&.i. .,......... :*> pm ArKeyWestLv7.00amu.. ., ... ... .Wed..FrI.! I
w llranch, Edward Morrison and :Stanford: about li:.10, all voting It one of 'ORTTAMPA.&CTWEST-HAVANA: Ll -Comiuencing Deo.2819M-LeavlnePl3STf!
Land Fur Sale. Wells. the most pleasant Masonic meetings In Application for Tax Deed Mun. \vZt''I5iar*... ... ....ll-nopm:: LT Port Tampa Ar 7:30pm.: ...... Wed.. Frt..
Mon, : .............. : Ar .. ... .:.Tnee.Thnr4.f
d time. Much !!' i-I-I; S'iU1"1 Key West LT 10:30 p m..
road Is to be known the Cen- some regret was wi
The a. Mon. \ 'd. "........ ... :Wpm Lv Key Went Ar S'Wnm.... .. ...Tues- Thur.
17J$ acres llrst-class pineapple land, tral .Florida Indian River Railroad, the absence of Bro. T. II. Sanders, who Under Seo.II ol Chap.4.4sa, l.awa of Florida Tu...., .., Sal. ... ........ a.00am Ar Havana Lv U-oo: : M. .... .....Tue,Thnr.
dI desirable frunt, on St. Lucle river, at. and will have Its headquarters at Mel- had met with a bad accident while comIng \' otlce ,la hereby. "rvu" that John W. MontX MIAMI-NASSAU LINE. Commencing February 2.1003.
For reasonable terms write bourne. The capital stock Is .:!J,000iX)); from DeLand, .1. turnery! iturchaner or Tax, Orllflcat wo. J\lon..W..J'rI...,. ..... ..,8:00pm: Ly Miami Ar .:311.10'........ ...W..Jrt..
bargain. 'V.V.. Lrc and as the law require. that 10 per cent 2.H dated.the {tail day of JulT.. A.D. rte e. To... .Tb..r.Sa....... ...... 110. 10 Ar N..lau Ly 3:00pm.... .... ..'..To"l"or
:, Iou filed Mid ...rtllt..ace my office, and has
must be paid In before a charter la granted lade for tax: dew to leans la Commencing March 30,1003.
Tlbbsls Fla. Sale.A ordAnce
Winter Home for application
started Mon,W.... Fri.. .. ,........ 2:00 .. ..Wed.. Frt ',
U is likely that work will be > with law. Said eertlfioat embracesle : P m Miami Ar 1:30: a 10.. .. .. ;
j Just as soon as the necessary arrangemeats following uencrlbed proixirty situated In Tues.Thur. W......... ... S:30 a m 55 Nassau Ly ::1:00: P 10.. ... ...Tu..... ThoI
::Jt- OLD NFAVSPAPKIW For Sale,, can be completed.The nice, little winter for sale; 11 reranl county Florida to-wlf E. 10 acre of Above bou. based on IIIItb Meridian Standard Time.except that shown for Naessn. i I
oil, Hectton 31, Township: South Range, aant. : N wan tlm. for rates and other or Cd
inturtnanon Agent
this office. apply to Itallroed Ticket ,
hasp at road will run through a rich section acres, small 3 room cottage, 200 orange }; The said land. being: ameiiaed al the UM any .
of country In lirevard, Osceola, Polk and grapefruit trees, 190 bearing; 0KH of F the laiuanc of such certificate In the mime CIIA8. I. MYERS, alanager.JacksIutlle
Filter tubes are now for sale at under shed of J. W. Montgomery.: ITnleaa said certificate
counties.We good
and ,
r: Orange plneApplea cypress ; Iball be redeemed acooril Inc to law. tax deedill
this office, price :Jots; postage extra: Japan persimmons, mangoes, !guavas ISAiie thereon on the 2nd day of May, A. D.
cannot guarantee to publish and other fruit. Good water protection. 'ma. Witness my ofllclal nUnatnre. and sealas. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFIC
the Sud of April.A.D., 1\10\1.
::r Reading notice ads. on this psgre Item. that do not reach this office before Andress, Box 6.Oeorgl:1n:1, (('.. Ct. Sean day A. A. STB WART. l
r the cents per line per week. noon on Thursdays.: P't.a. Clerk Circuit Court Bard County Morida. AU kinds of Commercial Stationery; printed at the above office> ,



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