East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
April 17, 1903
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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NEWS -Mt s. A. A. Ctewart left here, yesterday -Miss Sanders of Cocoa, arrived .1 In Sl'KCIAL SALE EASTER IN TITUSVILLE AMONG THE;; HOTELS.
LOCAL for Pineda, on a visit to her son' town yesterday. -
Mr. C. R. Stewart
nd Topic of General Interest -Mr. Richard Gladwin loft for New Monday, April 2Oth. at John II. Easter Sunday Ju Tltnsvtlte was a He. The ADVOOATK: Is on file every week rat
OCALA LAUNDRY-Basket 'will leav York yesterday lightful day, the thermometer being/: 71'1 the American Club, Havana.
Tuesday. Your solicIted. Walker 1C Co's.We degrees in the shade. The day that wa
every patronage Miss The ADVOCATE Is file at all ,
THE ADVOCATE, Maggie Grnber Is visiting; Mr now on ,
Ralph Halle offer observed In commemoration of the
Agent. make the following special resuiroctlon -
In advance. Ben Pyles, at West Palm Beach dawns the best hotels In New York city.
t1,50perannum of tho Divine Christ
c. Ings: ,
Attorney F. J. Webb has returned,
;,100 1Ilx months, countries. from his to Melbourne where he -Mr. Wm. Praetorlus, of Canaveral, A beautiful solid mahogany/: library table In marked and ple.isnnt contrast to.sum Where to stop In Tltusvlllef See Tl'
$2.00 per an. to foreign had law trip business was among the callers at this office 00 worth $::10< ; Monday's price, *:2i.OI: of Its predecessors Clear, blue sky, tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page. ,
Then you subscribe for the ADVOat Monday. A Veruls-Martin and Green Center table .- lovely sunshine; picturesque bonnets,
Where to along the East Coast
by the year, It does not coat you -Mr. L. C. Moore\ of Roseland, stop- table; fl I) 110 I" a close price for It- hats and gowns of the fair BOX, all com stop and ,
FOR GOOD FRESH OHOCEIUKS AND See 11.tof hotels on 4 7.
,roo cents per week, postage Included., pert over hero from Tuesday until Wednesday tbls sale only fl.73.I.adlelt' biped to prudnceanEaster': unmlxp. pages
Vote date of expiration printed upoi en route to Tampa. Vegetables, at the lowest. prices, try, Underwear, worth 83:l \0 at enjoyment and social brilliancy In Tltusvtlle. Visitors to Jacksonville\ are advised to
W. E. Goldsmith
,"ar paper or wrapper every week. Tai SEE E. A. WADDELL MIAMI( MANager 1'ltu vllle. $2.80! ; worth *::1 at :*2 12:. ; worth Ji.r.O: ) at As usual, the AnvooATH 1'0- stop at those hotels whoso ltd, are on r

.receipt for your money. No need of Cutler estate,if want, tc -Dr. Chas. Hill\ passed through here, $1.01)\ ; worth *2 at $1.42: ; worth $1.75 at delved several pleasant callers on Kitste: our 7th page; .

recto Send receipt for subscriptionhe choice bits of real yesterday, en route to Scranton, 1'..., #1.27: worth $1.50 at :1.03. Monday. The Clartndon Inn Sonbreeze, under "
date elves I It to you. buy where he was suddenly called by wire.Mr. An up-to-date line of spring :and sum Knster; services wore held In the Episcopal tIle management of ir. C. It. Ku.tppo, ,,e
COAST ADVOCATE In 01 --Mr. T. J. O'Brien, Fort Plerce'i mer dress goods-a discount of 10 percent : church on Sunday DornlnlC.buore. "
EAST will remain, all the Write
TUB Wm. M. MacKenzie of New open summer. .1.
news-stands, at fly< well-known fish dealer, was In town onall purchases Monday.A tho largest congregation/> we have seen
le at the York who hall been Fur summer rates at this cosy, up-to-date .
on a trlpusfnrai d
desk in Gabriel's church In whileevery .
ii St.
Monday, for the purpose of opening t a substantial ladies' writing quite a ; '
nta copy : Miami returned to Tltusville hostelry on the ooenn beach.
per B. R. Wilson & Son. branch fish business here. yesterday golden oik, worth $10.00 at $S (00.) sent was full of wortthlppers. The .

tiuv- -Duval hotel. -Mr. Gen, W. :Scoble, jr., who spent a A limited number of shoes broket chancel and nliiir were beanrlfullydeenr. Hotel( St George, St. Augustine,, has
Jacksonville.. News stand, Union depot -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Bead and c c.1aullh- two weeks' vacation at Dnytona and lock And sizes! at cost to clone them out alee with (Illlfos and roses. of vnrlou just cloned after a very prosperous sea 71f.!
ter, of Columbia, H. C., who have beer hues HIM ladles to whom much credit sonMrs.. and Mr. IluestU -
GoocUll: returned to Tltusville, /Sunday:: Winter ircm goods, cash by Montgomery
on a visit to sir and.Mrs. J. Mendel, LaGrange ettan ore at 25; per cent off of regulaiprice. Isduu. Arclulenoon it. V. Ilrown preached and family will now leave for Saratoga; ,
y Reading,: notice ads. are ten cents left forborne on \VedneMd"y.AOE -Miss Louise Giles, of Atlanta, Gale one of his muvli appreciated' Mormon'* tn open the IIuostls house for the sum\ I i

T line on this page. T8 WANTED. Either sex. Bit l on a visit. to her brother, Mr. W,1'. New Home-Standard, and olliei suitable to the ocoHxion ; and the hail r }

-Mr. Geo. M. Robbins has been It line of new specialties, offering large, i Giles, of 'J'ltll \'lIIe. She: Is making1 hei makes sewing machines, cash or east did remarkably well In their service of mer.Mr.. Leland Storry assistant manager r
headquarters with Mis. Soil ,
COIII't.Tbe mgeuurMrs ; On this occMMloii. the christening'
week attending sellers. and sung.
tills returns. Quick Catalogue
leLand ; payments.. of Hotel Breakers Palm Bench, has gone
usual monthly meeting/ of lir1Lrd clrculats tree. Address, Lewes Racj' S. E. Harbour, who bas beet J. R. WALKER CO.TItuevllie IIfIr.. and Mrs. S. J, Norlon'M little) to Bryn Mawr, 1'"., to got his fine sum

Board took place on Monday Novelty Co., Dlnsmore, Fla. spending/: the winter at her lovely home Fin daughter took place. mer hotel. In readiness for the coming
School 'were hold l In
Services lu the evening
at Eau Gallle left yesterday for New
The Breakers did an excellent
MessYs. Glen Strohm and Gus An season.
with amid the Presbyterian and Baptist churches,,
offer to'men York. She Mrs,
was accompanied by
-Pineapple ), business the winter
ipltal. Look) sha-ply for W. W. J uCA'," thony, two former popular residents of Friend DEATH OF CAPT. KENAN. which were tidy well attended.On tout' t past

8. Tltubvllle, but now well-known mer Easter Monday, Manager J. G. Manager Itobt. Murray, of Hotel l'once
LooP chants of West Palm Beach, were passengers -Mrs. Rowe and her daughter/: Mini Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler Vice- Kant, of the Indian River hotel, "'UusvII I de Lean, St. Augustine, has gone: to Clar
-Mr. H. L. Holmes, of Canaveral, af on Tuesday's. train, en route tc Nenee, who have been at Indlanola foi President J. B. Parrot, Third Vice- Ie, kept open bouse, and Invited all endon Springs, Vt., accompanied by his t

r a viMt to Eau Oallie, THusvllle and the West Coast. some time past, were passengers, on yea President J. E. Inaraham, General dupe the. school children In town to his placeto charming/> sister, Mrs. Fletcher Mr.

tber points, left for home on Monday.F -The Fernandlna correspondent the lerdav's northbound train, en route tc R. T. Golf, and Trafllo Manager J, P.. enjoy an egg! bunt, while goodly !\Murray will remain subs Springes while

YOU WANT TO BUY A (HOME, A Times Union says: Mrs. K. Fitzgerald,, Gainesville. Beckwith, on a special train, passed number of the Indies and !gentlemenwere ere leaving for Shelter Island, N. Y.. '

Grove, Pineapple Plantation or Vegeta a daughter of n. Muller, of this city, wan Messrs. A. V. O'Neal and W. P.. through Tttnsvllle, Monday, rn route to Invited to the delicious whore where. he will manage the Manhansnt,
table Farm see E.A. Waddell, Miami. married recently to Pierre S. Titus, who Giles, of Titusville.\! who are doing bukl- St. Augustine, from a trip to Cap Sable they were regaled with egg house and cottages the coming summer
East Palatka Mrs. Flagler receiveda nogg. Ice cream and cake. The school line 20th Is the date sot for the opening.
Is one of the engineers; of the SeaboardAir ness under the firm- name of W. P. Gibe At /
,-Mr. Wm. M. Merwin, of Milford, Line, with headquarters at Ocala. & Co., have quite a nice stock of bicycles telegram, from Baltimore, stating children were In charge of Profs. Teeter Head the ad. on our: 7th page
and Rockledge/: Fla., Is now so- and who bad them all drawn
onn., on baud-for sale or rent. that her father was worse, and upon Maoy, up
rarnlng at Atlanta for awhile, and.thOVOCATB < -Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfleld,, their arrival at St. Augustine, Mr and In line, and at a given word, they scat
!: follows.Mr. prominent winter residents of Hock ledge, -Mr. Thomas J. DeSteuben, a prominent ) Mrs. Flagler made hurried preparation tered all over the lawu, egg! hunting. It FISHING ONTHE EAST COAST.

Wm. M.Brown, president of the were passengers on Friday's northbound cltlzbn of Gosllngvillo, was In town to leave for Baltimore early on Tuesday was a picturesque sight to see the little -
ank- of Bay Biscay, Miami, has been train, en route to their summer home at Sunday and Monday. While here he morning to be at the bed side of Capt.. tote; peering Into every nook orauny or Tuesday,O. W. Parks and Chas. Woodward .
Delaware Mr. and Mrs. Battenfleld bought small house and lot on Hopkins bush to discover the, hidden the mackerel
town a couple of days this week, en- Kenan ero he departed this life. UnforianatQty trying ; went down to grounds
a visit with bis family. have a beautiful home at Rockledge. street, upon which he Intends to have a they artlved to late, as the following places of the eggs.! As some children and spent the day fi.hlnfor/ the shining
ylng The ADVOCATE follows to their northern larger house erected. telegram) from Baltimore states.!: Uncovered two or more, and others none, I beauties. They returned In the after

RUT AND VEGETABLE LANDS home. -Mrs. W. R. Walker and little daughter Captain William R. Kenan, of Wilmington the varl-oolored eggs were all collected, noon with a large catch) of fish and a .

for sale Improved and unlrnprbved -Dr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Ilentz. who Winifred, who have been with rein. N. C., former collector of customs and each .scholar presented with one, as plentiful supply of sunburn, says our
lands. Prices to suit all parties. Call have been the winter on their tires at Melbourne duuingthelate Illness at than port, and father of Mrs. hey matched: past, by Miss Willie! May Utiart correspondent.

write. E. A. Waddell, Miami, Fla. place at City spending Point/,: left tot the north on and death i>f her brother and mother, returned henry M. Flagler,; wife of the Standard Jould, who was assisted l by. Miss\ Flora At Merrltt there Is a dog-owned by

-School Board members, Messrs. R. N., Wednesday.. Mrs. Ilentz will stay with to her home In North Tltnnvllle 0,1, mllll'malie, died at the John Hop- H'ulion; and thus no child I nd.'ljlPttinj( Mrs. E. J. Illair-tlmtn catches live fish

Andrews, of Cocoa; and J. E. Fultz, of her relatives In Boston, while DrIlentz on 'Thutsday. last w ek. She::: has the king Ilimpltal on Tuesday, where, he had a colored egg./ The pi Wilson htlltol.ltln egg was the river; but that dues not come up ,

Iprucobluff, were in town Sunday: and will return to Klo de Janeiro, Brazil, to sympathy ot all lu her sad bereavement.Mr. been III for three weeks, having undergone Uncovered by Ethel who little'oiks to the Indian Rivet hotel oat, that goes: l'
Monday; also, :Supt. R. E. Mini, cf Bon look after his big dental practice. They and Mrs. J. Mlddleby Mrs. T. a surgical operation. All his chil a box of fancy stationery to the river bank and catches live ducks. '
had time
dren with him at the time he died a royal many staying on
were .
venture. will\ return to Indian River next winter. Mr. 0' the. hotel olerk, SAW this oat
and Miss| E. M 011
B. Dooley Dooley, Mrs. Flaglur. Tho body will\ be the lawn" until nearly dark. Nealj I
-Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Currier, Mist The ADVOCATE follows to Brazil. Malden, Mass., who have been spending sent except to North Carolina) for burial. The Indian River Bund, In uniform, catch duck: the other day, but before i

Weu Currier, and Hasten Donald and Friendship Chapter No. II, Order of hd winter at City Point, arrive at the under the leadership" vl 61.r. J, C )Ion he could get near her, she scampered

enjamlu Currier, of Lynn, Ma ll., who Eastern Star, liada called meeting at the Indian River hotel Tltusville, on Tuesday ham, rendered a choice selection' of music oft with the duok, holding It securely by
weeks Ormond their! and left to-day for the north viaSt. CHURCH NOTICES. the lawn of the hotel which the neck.
pent a few at on Indian River hotel on Tuesday evening, on east ,
turn from California, have left for when there was a good attendance. Johns River steamer to Jacksonville, was much enjoyed by a large concourse Capt. McNeil, Gen. Wilson, B. O. Ball a
nme. There will be a capdidate to be Installed and by train to New York, There will, be preaching at the Methodist of visitors, who tendered a vote of thanks and Stanley Kltohlng went down to Santa

-Capt. Smith Weeks, of Middletown, on Tuesday evening next, when all memo -Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Hathaway, of church, Titus"llle, next Sunday at to Mr Hast for the pleasant time they Lucia Inlet, one day this week In Chas.

onn., writing us this week, says: "In- bets are reqties'td to be present. There West Somervtlle, Mass.: who have been 11 a. m. and 7MO:: p. m. All are cordialy and their children had had that afternoon Voodward's launch on a fishing trip
losed find money order to renew sub will be refreshments after the Initiation, spending the winter at Daytona and Or I Invited to attend. ; They went out on the ocean and spent

rlptlon to your newsy ADVOCATE, and a pleasant social gathering in antici- mond, have!gone homewards. Mr. Hathaway Rev J. B. Hawk, of Melbourne, will MARRIED AT DAYTONA the day and trolling blue lUli.for Spanish They returned mackerel In,

lilch I like, and which has not failed to pated. Is an enthusiastic automoblllst, and hold divine service at City Point, Sunday trouper
the tired but
gulurly come to hand." -Mr. Maurice Walsh, a former resident he wan of much assistance In getting up April IDth, at 10:30: a. m. A full evening, a:tl8ltm, happy mackerel,
: The palatial winter residence of Mr. having caught Spanish ,
automobile .
who has been at Tam. the; Ormond-Dayton' races.Ile
-Mr. and Mrs. T. F Kevins Mr. QoaldMrs. of Tlnisville, in Tltusville from made a fine record with his machine. attendance Is expected and hi re. Calvin l.Christy, of St. Louis, II! Ibs. grouper: and l O Ibs. bluefish, says
Nevlns father), and Mr. F. J. Nay pa all the winter, was his return : Rev. N I.M. Bogart/: will preach In the at Daytona, was the scene of a very pretty our Stuart correspondent. ,
i",of Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been Monday until Tuesday, orj Mr. Walsh left -Senator Camden and his friend ritusvllle Presbyterian church every I bridal party Wednesday, tho 8th Inst.,
pending the winter at their place at from a trip to Havana. New General Spllman, have just caught a taro Sunday evening at 1JO:: o'clock. Also att.ickledge when was celebrated the marriage;
visit to DEATH AT MIMS.
[mitt, panned through Tltusville, Sat- here Tuesday for a pon weighing 187 pounds, near Caesar's every Sunday morning. their daughter Ellen Christy Spencer, to
rdayla t, en route home. York and New Hampshire, ere resuming Creek. The above !gentlemen are stopping Joseph Kdmund Mouiella, a prominent -
his duties as ticket agent for the Atlantic the Senator's lodge Soldier's The Ladsss( Aid Society will meet at
at on butt builder and tachtuman, of Greenwich On April the 2nd Mt I. F. Thompsonand
.-Mr. .1. J. Jacob, of Clinton, W. Va., Coast. Line and Florida East Coast Railway Key. We would now like to know how the Methodist )'arsonag'",T\tusvlll\ *, next Conn. The bride Is .a noted beauty family, of Rome, Oa., arrived. In

he';>: "I cannot think of doing without at Sanford, on May 1st. many tarpon Messrs.. Cbas. F. Naethlng, Wednesday at 3 p. m. All ladles Interested belonging to one ol the oldest and ritusvllle, and In a few days left for
ADVOCATE. I was very sorry I could J. Hazlewond and J. M. Laflin, of are requested to be present. I resided In the Bow-
it down -The ecllpse-of the moon on Satur- W. wealthiest families of Ht. Louis, and Mime, where they'
-RO and to my favorite State-Flor-rode day evening last was witnessed by a New York, have caught? They went Arcffdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine came south un the F. E. C. fly Co'I. man cottage. Mr.\ Thompson was suffering -

by the enjoy myself with that gun the and Messrs.aethlng large number of our people. The curv- south from Miami a couple of weeks ago. services In bt. John's church, Eau rain on Monday, the Oth Inst from consumption, and died on

llazlewood pint paper and Laflin have ed shadow of the earth upon the moon CUllle, on Sunday next, at 10:30: a. m. The Christy mansion drawing-room, In Saturday, leaving a wife and six children -

one south to Hah for Success was plainly seen from about o'clock until Gardner' Flyer*-Monday Only. and 7 :::11)!< p. m. Holy Communion at the while aud green, under a bower of mal to mourn his loss. Deceased's remains
'them. Remember all oldI'UinUncos the conclusion of the eclipse. Many morning service.HORTICULTURAL. nollasand orange bloxsoms, was where were Interred Ip the Ls Grange
me to my who had not beard of this coming event the marriage was solemnized by Itll.... cemetery on Sunday. The ADVOOATMxlends
on the East Coast. were quite surprised to see only part of White Sandals,Oxfords and Shoes. W. A, Myeis, of the M. E. Church. A Its sympathy to the bereft family -
the moon, which ought to hive been full Screen Cloth, yard or piece. profusion of La France rosebuds were ,
Are You Going North ? on that evening. However, it eventually Mosquito Canopies, Turnover or Dixie. clustered about the room, and the msn-
I dawned upon them that it must be an Big variety of White Dress Goods. The annual meeting will be held In tie and flre-places were banked with ONIONS FOR NERVES

Get your tickets over the Clyde Line, eclipse Straw flats Children's, Women's, Men's. Miami May B,0, and 7th-excursion tickets erns and lowers, mak Ing a most be-
Furnliuie Mattings, boos: Brooms.C. 11th. by taken for the fair bride
oro Jacksonville to New York. good May Sid to May snoring frame young ,
CLOTHING AND DRY ..8$ There. nothing medicinally speaking
CIIAS. 11. WALTON, Agent/: EH TO GOODS MERCHANTS -For A. OABDNBK' Tllusvllle Fla. In by any responsible, white person of who was as "pretty as a picture" la her so ufulln cases of, nervous. prostrations ,
I either sex. Simply send one dollar to superb wedding robe. ,
Tltusville, Fla. Bent, a Fine, Corner Brick be secretary, postoflloe box 521, Jacksonville Uer two little sisters, Mary Belle and the poor and humble onion, says the
Titusville. the county 'To musicians.A What to Eat." They are almost the
Store In Fla., and ha will mail you a cer- Virginia Christy, were the only sttenlants. \
Boat Wanted town of Brevard, on Indian tlllcate of membership, good for one year, Their hooks were pure white beat nervine known, and maybe used Inoughs
River. Suitable for clothing/:, baritone horn for sale, nearly new; which ,,11aecure\ you the low rates, rail organdies! sod lace; they carried baskets colds and Influenza, Inoonstirop-
Good gents furnishings, dry goods, tenet ,25.00: ; ; will\ sell for *12.00.:. Can be and hotel, free excursion at Miami and a of flowers, scattering them before the lon, scurvy and kindred diseases. White
'rg' '> twenty-rlve to thirty feet etc. Rare chance for a good: ''Ieen st the. store of copy of the elegantyearbook when Issued. bridal 1 party In entering the drawlng- unions overcome sleeplessness, while red
r thereabouts-sailboat might do. business man on J. R. WALKER Co., nee are an excellent diuretic.. Eaten
up-to-date the
mlla each on
aTO : lates, one cent a way room The wedding was private,
lulldescrlption, exact length, beam, the East Coast. Immediate Tltusville, Fla. very day they soon have a whitening
'ra h age G. 8. A F. and F, E. C.. one and one-half Iwo families and Intimate friends alone
construction and condition In fiat, the complexion.
Full particularsof
ret letter possession. rents on the other roads. A rare oppor- Ming present. After congratulations upon
rite- together O. with W. PrjnDT lowest cash Geo. M. Robolns,Titus viii., Dlcyclea and nepatring.i Inuly to see the mat Interesting and and the wedding breakfasts, Mr. and
B5T" Fla. of Florida.SEABOARD Mrs Moutells took the afternoon train
Ilobe Sound Fla. __ novel part DROWNED AT STUART.Last .
i Various makes of for sale ando fur Washington, L). C., to spend their
Wagons for 8ale. ; rent. A full line sundries AIR LINE. loneymoon. Sunday, John Qulnn one of the
Kockledge, Indian lllver cycles repaired, and repairing of all Judge and Mrs. O. MoutelU.the parentsf elners on the diving boat, fell overboard

I now have on hand a large stock of rinds; done neatly, cheaply and xpedltlously the groom accompanied young and was drowned. It seems the man
Han and 3-Inch tire one-horse wagons W. P. OILIU.t Co., The Seaboard will continue to operate ouple ss for u Washington. Judge
one of the most attractive and best 2-Inch tire by ell overboard aol tried to swim back taie
be delivered at once. Tltusville, Fla., heir Seaboard ExpressTraln No. 24 and loutells I Is a shining legal/: light of Greenwich
along the of that can boat but the tide ebbing
/ East Coast a. was very
re8 >
which trainsare and Mrs. Moutells Is leader
MM a. 'ou R. E. Mare, JR., Seaboard Mall Train No. 00, Conn., a -
could make
find he not headway
*4 ? caD everything you Tltusville, Fla. scheduled to leave Jacksonville\ dally of that. city. trongly any
at thlll cods
tore- All kinds> fine :, was done to save his
of gro- Investment. and Mrs. Mootells ) >;
1 Mr.
Tie5 and at 8:13: a. m. and 7AO: p. m. respectively, After May They
western meats. fe.. of Quinn was recovered
Part with drawing-room bufl'etsleeperll will their newly-bullr and beauful
[.ac ic ''a'attention paid to the needs. Land For Sale. The Walton Self-Locking Block Co., quipped, Jacksonville\ to >New York and occupy summer home at the Sound at on Monday, k
en and cruising parties. I Boston, Just capitalized for $100,000.00) .estlbule thoroughfare coaches Jacksoo- Greenwich, where their friends wish -

ORO. N. HATCH, Prop. 12,00) acres of the Hanson Grant, i bas a few more shares for sale at par- .villa to Washington, via Richmond. them; much joy and a happy return next Accordion Plaiting,

Barton Ave., Rockledge. fronting St. Lode River, with Florida I iS: the share. Patents on this block are Cafe cars are aUo operated on the 8ea- season to the. sunny South. -

East Coast Railroad running through It. ecu red all over the world, and at pre- board Express from Jacksonville.For Judge Mootoll and wife have been Any' width up to 4* Inches. Agents
Dade eat they are being sold only In the New, reservation and other Inormatlon of the winter at the Royal
County Land for Sale. A choice property.C. sleeper pending part ivsnted. Clara F. Rich, :231: W. Duval
BUCKMA, ngland: states, but will soon branch out write to, A. O MscDonnell, Palm, Miami; sod later went to the t. Jacksonville, Fla. ISm
Por sale Jacksonville, Fla. nto other states. The profits will be A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Kla lsrendon Inn, Hesbrerev! where they .
f cheap, th northeast quarter arge, so now is your time to Invest before tad many friends.
Ip antheaet quarter of section 3, town. all the share are sold.. Cane Syrup For Hale.
.It 38, south of range 41 east; close oI'Lucia Horses for Sale. From 15 to 2O per cent Interest per For Saje. Notice. -

JUdI pineapple plantation on gentle workor annum Is promised by this company. Floe cane syrup put op In 1 and 0 !Raton
40 acrell. If yon want some good, block be s eo at theIDVOCATta The best combination pineapple,orange -- \
A sample may while hot and hermetically
Ilex to buy forbid all trusting cane
the I. the time the lower This Is to persons
horses on
nortn east north- saddle \ Fla. and vegetable property
of Tltusville
quarter office ,
ed the mill. As good as just
is nearly over, account as I shall pay no at syrup
? season handsome Income anyone on my
tourist \
of Will
quarter section 18, township 88, them. of Full particulars of Cast Coast. pay nade. Write for prices
disposed verycheap. debts contracted
will\ be so
I t Lucie range 41 east; on south fork of and these horses write to CAPT. J. O. WALTON this year. For particulars address O. 8. Dun:, WHIT TOWBIW PLANTATION.
Rlrer; 40 acr_ Apply to For particulars, DoaN 404( Atlantic Ave., WILL L. FHAXTZ, 2t Jlasllng Fla.
1 1MM.
C. L. Fort PUrce Via. April ,
Cites, n. WALTON' New Smyrna'Fla. Boston, M&M. Ankoni: Brevard Co.. Kla. ,

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kk THE GREAT HIGHWAY.Antonioblloi .

I What It Means When They Ar n '-
mirfavrCa1Ri and the (sew Vork-CI r
Into mt Half M....

"' CUKO lload, The dying of tinge over the capitol at

The owners of racing automobiles halt mast 18 l regulated by the .trlcteat t
machine, wblcb ,
dare brought
rules. Whenever these flags are .eeo hp7oit
Into such dlwept!
might be useful. half down the mast It II Yr
\ flouting way _
of them ti
orgrEI to find one
1 that It is pleasant: Indlcntlou that a vice president I
service. Co! a
engage/ 1 in useful public dead
Is lying
I hONast rich DI.-kliiKoii of d! urhugfleld/ Man., senator or rc'in'em-ututlvo I
In taken in !
f. to or that the action
automobile trip
on an
left recently
which promises to strength'( to a renileiitlnl! proc-luniatlon? orderli It'
li Chicago bulldliiks at halt
the UIIBH on
the movement for good roads, says tUrooklyn
mast In respect to the memory of eonprominent
Kng\v.\ lie In treasurer e
t olllclnl of the soveJ'nmentwho
I the New York; and Chicago Itond use .
have a line e of811100th. huts pnxHi'il away. 7f,1
elation which hopes'
When the sergeant at arms of the .Heii t

,"', cities.. hard The highways! distance connecting.tltwo Is some SO: senate or house of 'l'prt'H'ntattvt'slelirlill <= J
member ot
of the death of a
miles, of which only ii-'O miles are ot
either of tli'oHC bodies, he at once \ \
good macadam. The association. fIJ'I
the senate l
wl11l1lk orilpi'H that tilt flags over
\ numbers some 2.0UO
to bond the state chumlicr ot hall of representatives bit and pain '
the next legislature half /Iloflltt'tl. This is often done befoi The suffering
Y of New York to build a good state I.

Yf Yi.. confident highway, of and state Mr.! help Dickinson In Ohio. seen lad .. the ofllclally deal houses of discretion notified of coiiKroBH of la the exercised themselves death.. A in goo are the! endured .bY many workingwomen j Y ,4/I/ II

ana he regards as the enemy's.countrThere ; I!
USING OIL ON ROADS. Is no question that smooth manner of placing the news of a death is almost beyond ,
before the sent
of this kind officially
hard highways would be of imuieni l
Bxp.rtnt.n<. With Petroleum on th. benefit to farmers and not be merely a or the bouwe. Upon such an announci m I
.U.h....". In Ueorvlm. convenience for the owners of automobiles mont It Is customary for the houses 1 to belief.

The experiments with oil on some c and bicycles.! It huh beeo adjourn in respect to the deceased set \\\iv\

da roads In the vicinity of August, shown over and over again that the ntor or rcpreHcntatlve, and in order to woman struggling to earn a livlihood
How see
cnrrentlmnlneHs may not be ,
Ga., are proving very satisfactory ond farmer could draw four times as heav that tho

/. farmers. coming Into the city are blgl. loads to market with the same spun of stopped early |ii the day the announce- her household duties when her back and head are aching!
before the
!In generally just or perform
ly plea Mod with the work. The IIl'ltt horses over a properly made road al

experiment. nays the AuffiiHtn Jleralc; over the average roods. through ever houses work.Otlleers are. ready to Conclude tbelday's She is so tired she can hardly drag about, and every movement
to be
[ Jud The roads ought
was mada Kovenil weeks ntc) by level country.
Eve nt the tli Ol'ltllll .', but he though made and kept In repair from local of the 'senate and house the origin of which is quickly traced to some derangement
the flags-vat half must I In, causes pain
the experiment had not Ix'en given a taxation \by the towns and countlc when they tly ,
\ under slivlte lint cooper.otloa response"' to a proclamation by the prei-
proper tent wliiMi used through which they rim. of the female organism.
div ident regard their action as one ot
end decided\ UK noon. nil practicable to between such neighboring
1 Ret on the road In the open with the'' slons lu the matter Is wore difficult to courtesy, as they do not recognize thpower
I ; secure than uniform divorce taw of the president to order eon-. When the monthly periods are painful or Irregular, when backaches and

oil.The expcrluiout at the Blockade wa among the states uniform trust leg grexs! to do anything except to nsserr- all ambition when "I-can-hardly-drag-about" sensation
drive out ,
,uch a success thut the grand jury; i l Islutlon. One long fine road as an ol. bio In extraordinary session. 'l'hey;; headaches "so-nervous-it-seems-as-though-you-would-fly it

recommended the use of the oil on tbe Ject lesson might be worth even stat have always responded to the requestof attacks you, when you are ,

roods, and the \VrlKlt l oro thorough I co-operation for Its effect upon othe ( such proclamations. It would be i a is certain that some female derangement is fastening, itself upon you. Do
" fare wan selected an the first to lie> co ui in iml tit'''. nice question, It one could Imagine tha make headway ; write your symptoms to Mrs. PInkhamfor
given the treatment. Farmers coming If the automobile can be used to promote It could 1 ever be raised, to know to not let the disease

Into the city over that portion alrend; Interest that movement It is a what extent the president's) authority;; her free advice, and begin at once the use of

covered nay the travel has been greatly good thing, but farmers are not going would allow him to order flags at bal

Improved. They notice nt once the nb. to vote taxes. for ronds which would be mast on the capltol. While his authorIty PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COHPOUND

st'uce of the hint usual on a dry, hot practically speed courses for these machine would 1 not extend over the era- LYDIA E.

day and nay their horses seento really wagons and on which It would ployces of the senate and house, 3'et

enjoy traveling over It. be dangerous to drive their family cmryiilla. the capltol Itself for many years wa Profit by the Experience of the Women Whose Letters Follow :

Where the nun strikes the w.rlt the< Colonel Dickinson and his msoflutlon in fact controlled exclutilveTy by him I have t bats
have done for >
for all me.
oil percolates with surprlHlnj. rapidity. should take the racers of so far us the cure of the building I Is "DEAR MHS. PINKHAM :-I wish to write and thank ;you you but found no relief. I
and tricu everything
of the road Is In concerned and superintendent of with womb and ovarian troublo for about, four years ,
p and in a couple days their favorite machine In hand. If suffering at times I would I
I thought go oriizy.
good condition for traveling. After the they could MiippreHH those public nulBunco the building Is today appointed by him went to the best specialists in St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago. and ovaries taken 'out,
> have operation my
would lio to an
with kind ot action tbe The doctors told me the only thing 1.
bath the surface In left a *, their good road movement without fonllrmatory on suffered so. remedies n. trial I used both Lyrtln K. l'lnk.Imm' -
spongy covering, yet of a nature Into would, thrive better. part of the senate. I at last decided to quit the doctors and pivo Mrs. Pinkham's' find cured. I had: tho doc
which the tires of the vehicles' do not :. As a mutter of'fact, the capitol hu( Vegetable Compound And Sanative ash, and now myself completely remedies have
for what
link or cut, as'might! be expected. .Ihe. for years been under the direct contra tor to make an examination sand he said I was cured. I cannot sny enoujrh with 2sr.your.1'. & sat. Express
experiment period Is practically over Iteauty and Strenth of the committees on appropriations o If done for me, and have advised all my friends to try it.-1ns. <':LARA MA.LL,

now, and the now material will bused < Are desirable. You are strong and the two houses of congress but that Co., Ashland, Wis. '

on road Improvement throughout when control has been accorded them by tin 74 Institute J'lacc, Flat 5,
vigorous, your Street : Ire. Lou Davis, :
114tU ,
!IIi the county thin year. 1\Iany-oay. most-, fall to properly dl. failure of the president to give any orders Mra. Frances Stafford, 243 East
gust their food, and so become pale sallow to the architect or more lately tithe New York, 3f.Y.: says> Chicago), Ill., says :

ERRORS IN ROADMAKING. thin and weak, while the brightness superintendent of the capitol. It: "It affords me great pleasure to tell you of the "August 2J, 1901.
freshness ROIl beauty of the skin For the good of others I -vLh to testify tc' the
he should order that official to fly flagi benefit I have derived from taking Lydia 12. Pinkhunt's -
Tim and Mane oared by ISnipIoyIn and complexion depart. Remedy thla over the capitol at half mast and the Vegetable merits of your wonderful medicine i Lydia K. I'ink'

.n ICnirliicer. unpleasant evil, by eating nourishin( order should be disobeyed, he would Com liaiu's' Vegetable Compound.

Vast waste of time, energy and mon food, and taking a small dose of what Herbln have power to dismiss him and' appoint IN' '' 2 pound. I am 441 was certainly in it very I-ad condition. I suf
after each meal, to digest yoiiave head.
.y have been caused by errors In road. eaten. IMa) at It. li. Wilson fc Sot. some one else In his place without the now enjoying fered terribly with a continual backache and
unking. In many canes the loss re I concurrence of either branch of con better health ache. I had pleurisy in my right side bearing-down

suits from running/ roads straight over press, except so far as the appropriation than I ever did. pains,and those dizzy, sinking or fJ.il1til1gpclll, was
I l hill and through dale, with little regard Bin. In $li. lI"dr.a.. for the ofllclnl's salary would be It seemed tome nervous, peevish ana (81)On) <1Cnt.

for Bleep grades or tor soft American Gardening expresses: the Involved. These ore practically moot fi that I had "I was advised: to try your medicine, mind was

ground; In others, from making unueCooealltlry opinion that the color of Hydrangea questions!' but they occasionally forum "sr cGl no strength at greatly surprised at tho benefit I derived from its
or badly placed detours, ; In yet Uortensls around New York and a fey interesting subjects for fireside talks -1 all. I could use. I am now entirely cured of these; nilmenK: and

.. other Instances, from following lines neighboring cities was this year mon when (lag* are half masted In response drag'' consequently feel .and look like an entirely new per
far from materials tit for road purposes generally blue than had been noticed! to pi-enklentlnl proclamatlonsWash.lagton kL about I was son.

for some years previous. The normal Star. in pain all over. "I shall always bo pleased to influence ,sufft-nnj

Ou a Mingle trip of one team the color Is (a clear, light pink, not by any "'I began to women to try your Vcylablo: Compound. It" has:

waste may not eiiuul thu cost of a perceptible moans definitely fixed but seemingly 1 feol setter done wonders: for me, ana I am very thankful
Improvement In the way, but having a certain degree of intensity In Ilerbino Cure, ky b' after tains!

that waite, multiplied by the number Individual plants fly many gardenen Fever and ARIIC.; A dose will usuall;; the first dose

of trips that team will make and the anti indeed most amateurs the blue ttop a chill, a continuance always oared, I and am now "ORFI'IT I f we rnnnot
product multiplied>> by the whole number color In regarded as the acme of per Mrs Wm. M. Striiud',! Tex, like new fiG & I 1 the
of tuuuis which will use the road, rectlou. Mine lit a flower always calliForth IB, Mar 31, 1301)\ writes: "We have n A l 1 woman.a I S t'l'\G1O! 00 forthwith letters 1I1'oduI' and
used Net bine In family for original
Is the of our eIght
admiration. It rarest .
will glvo a surprisingly largo aggregate ( \ I
and know th *. if of above testimonials
found It the best medicine wi I signatures
Good Roads Magazine. Jn ill floral colors 01111Jl\ sthctiralue < :rears
Bays have ever used, for la grippe, bilious to'or' other 8UUfrir: which will prove their absolute
cases It will equal the cost of \ nerves a purpose which renders Would{
and malaria. 50o at B. It. Wilsoife M..... fRANCCm STAFFORD. women : 'geuuluencss.
relocating, regrudliiK or rebuilding the It 1)lIrtl'lIll1rly'nlllllblt' In small gar.
whole of the defective/ highway. lens. The effect of blue as Is well Son. only try it, it would help them. Ly-la K. IMiikLum Bled. Co.,
" .* with all heart for what your JIass.
I chunk my Lynn
uiown. Is to I Increase the apparent dls.> you
Maurice O. Kldrldge nays truly, "The OIL FOR STREET SURFACES.It .* or v.. ** -
f right course Is to call in the engineerand Lance: ; thus blue tu n landscape seems

throw the road round the cud or to add enormously to the depth of the I Lays the Dual and U a PowerfulDlalnfectant. '

jo along tho Hide of the steep hills instead vietythereore; In n garden blue gives I ; er:8:: :

; of continuing to go over them or the: effect breadth\ and depth which A corresiioiidetit contributes the fol- Official Supply !louse of The Illinois latlOn, I

f to pull the road up to dry, solid ground : Is otherwise lacking lowing to the Itiikersneld Callfornlaninonx : n

instead of Hplanlilnrf\ through mud and \ the many advantages arising'rom i The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

water of creek ami-swamp." 'I the use of oil In the manifold

Cull In the engineer. Thus old errors \vn.VH tn wliioh It Is being made to eon ''r.- I Manufacturers of-
may be avoided or corrected without' THE MAN IN ARMOR! rlbute to the welfare of the people of 5:

risk of making new and costly ml s. he .state 1 have never yet seen liTcludvlmt. :!
taker The capable civil engineer id Was( no match for the microbe. Giants (d 1 \ from one standpoint; may be d r w F-o :
but this microscopic organism 5I
h te might slay ,
of hire. 11
wel'corlhy bis defied him, and in many a cam- onskloi'cd the most Important of all. 0a .
I I; refer to the Increased; henlthfulness O.ts .
uiign more men were destroyed by camp ,-
a-.. Seed ftvedril Fur good 1I..uo..1 Uaeasei than by the enemy's sword. ;hut Is certain to tie observed In those :Z: 1 I'.' I
DiHcuKHlng the growing of melons ut'' (I)
The one way to oniiiiiinltlcs whore oil Is used as a & 0
Rocky Ford a correspondent of Urungo arm against mlcro- reusing[ for street nurfaces. J asM I 5
Judd Farmer cuiplrtislxua, the \liuportnuco I )ic disease U to The street him always been anil but 151" !

of seed selcctlou and says: ,V, keep the blood pure, tor crude' petroleum would always re- ii n.J tI: 2o

perfect cantaloupe for sued must first ireeds mpure blood and fee both
come from Held whero the : H
a generaltype ..
the dirt the filth and the disease ; Dealers In Spine I wine Maitre Cord, Rope, Eic. ?
was good. It must be of the
proper The signs of Impure ;:enu.( only to turn them back Into the Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
size; the netting must be fine and blood atmosphere bearing more of poison andtanger Ilentlon 11.
are easy rpi 79-81-83: E. Indiana St. > ChlcARo,
r' closely laced. The apace between! the tD read. Pimples, 1 than when first deposited with .J ...\ The ADVOCATE ID your letter...
',.. slight ribs must be smooth and well rolls, and eruptions he result that humanity, cooped up In <. I

detlqud from stem to blossom end*. generally; proclaim owns and- cities, has had to .struggleor We are Member. of the Illinois ri hermen' Assl>cI.\Uon., -
The! ribs must all be of equal width. the blood to be ini- life Inhaling air which Is charged ct.I

f The blossom ends must be well )are Scrofulous : ,
'very breath of It with Illness and ---- -- --'
t strengthened by small raised cores and swellings, r.S
I I' a button leath.I .i o .s.---zvM 0 0.,
and the weight should be nearly 1V4 etc.:alt-rheum, are other eczema signsf Au Important change Is about to be -tct.I CH., :: : : cScSIT.

1 ounda. Then the color should 1 be a ,> a corrupt con l.- irnught about In thin regard unwit .a> SIB TV. n.y St.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
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( light gray showing a very little orange ion of the blood. Ingly and entirelyIthotit design: by B 4 c c' 0-1 .

between the netting. When cut the Doctor Tierce's tht' discovery that crude oil will lay Ii: ; lees.Est:1 -
meat should be light\ green changing Golden Medical>ls- I he dust more cheaply and more effec- Ii ,, !!:

slightly toward yellow at the center- overy purifies the Ively than nny other means. The >15
fine grained and 1 deep, that but load anti cures dis- .i FULL FuLi
so avery nll\t thou In being adopted merely be- : i
caused the rt1
small seed cavity remains.W area by 0C
cures: scrofulous. sores, boils, pimples, act that the oil la one of the best dlsiifectants i b 1
.rl'r..f and known science .ct.I :
eczemA and other defiling diafigurug to accotu- r EXPRESS .
To make waterproof glue, soak It In discuses.It allies It and will finally bring to the CD r PREPAID

water until softened thoroughly/ butt r.1Vh"m* great pleasure to citpreM m ortunute people who live In localities ) f PREPAID
preserve the shape. Heat slowly lu lith virtue of Dr. Plcrcc'ii OoMcn Med.u.t -
there the moUVru dust methodS >
I)ueovtry. write Mr. Eickirl: Hlaro. of killing I/r/ $$3Q
linseed oil until dissolved, then mix (iraytown ott..* Co.,Ohio. "I ulTerc every. practiced a greater measure of

thoroughly./ To make fireproof glue, :tiintr rhich' for barred two the yearn"kill with of humor Mime of on the my most fee*, ealtu than has ever been their store 4?9I ..,

pour water over good glue and let It oteil phvmcuuiL.: nt once mlviwtt to tree et ore. 2jj1Jj :
remain over night, then slowly melt he hu>|>ltKl was rtocloreil there for '
lonth without .u"" ..*. Came home dmaeotu.eed. V I
and add white lead to make the right Then began to doctor with a 'cheioUt.' \Loved Ones! 1 .!
This. will .le atno fatted to help me. Then I beinn Or.
consistency. withstand Ore
! 1',,,,,,,,,'s OoKlen Mi-Jlcnl Discovery, with no Mrs Mary A. Vllet, :Newcastle, Colo., i>
but not boiling water. To1 fasten labels lith whatever In It. Dut it only to plean* my rrites: "I believe Ballard's Horehound A I Doz t4
to tin, take good yellow glue rife but I am happy to tell you that after Ukaf r
aye botUta I ant entirely. cured.* Syrup II superior to any other cough .
break It into suiull pieces, cover will/ I'REB. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense f' medicine, and will do all that Is claimed 8"0 1 DEllVtRCO % $
ati FOR
water and leave three or tour .hours. :Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt lor it, and it Is so pleasant to take. My 1' L 12 Qt
Tour off the water, place the glue In of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. little girl wants to take It when she haso a .. g$
m wld mouthed bottle or pint can and Send at one-cent: stamps for the book in need for It." Bs.lUrd's Horebound Sy. $ ::1229
t J rover with acetic add. Set In warm paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound rup is the great cure for all pulmonary ] r $9 -
water until dissolved and incorporate volume. Address Dr. R. V.Pierce, llmenU. 25c, !SOo and $1.00 at B. R.

,. ttLo two by Urrtnjj. JuttUo, N. Y. Patton .\ Son. Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.

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professional Oards. Application for Tax: Deed. POULTRY HOUSES. CONVICTS AND GOOD ROADS -. Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble t


-----:- Under Sou. 8, Chap. 4SC8 Laws" of Florid... If You Knorr How, You Cnn M.kfiootl IHirhnur Work Proves Very D.... : and Don't. .!1ow it. t t
: KOBBINS, Itea.uuable Coat.; A Few hints as to Their Proper r.
; &0. M. 18 HEREBY) GIVEN THAT JON: Ones nt nclal to I'rlnonern. I How To rind Out.
For the ".Klnn.
purcimerofTaxl'orUfeatoNo.ffi. ;1. .\,. thin la the thus of the J'wir to b dated the 4th day or July. A. U I*\\I)$. hi... ot
COUNSELOR loot three full
'ATTORNEY AND : tiled Raid oertlHuare tn my ottlce. and baa. iiia.application I con51de1'IOg. jiliuis for a good poultr; ,of rei'('I1IIl'. In figures" the nniouut I III I If n beginner.:: i or valor and let It stand twenty-four hours; a 'i'i

AT-LAW. for tax deed to Imue In aroonlam I hO\l"I', UUP that U durable, coiufortnbl the best sin piil hens you run tlml lu i a e.e sediment or settling
not t-oimldered large, but the clrcvtustauci'x -
with law. Said curtlllca a embrace :
the loll and to gobbler troll
large tlook luuto Indicates an ,
and United State. lug described prnpertysltuatodln. Hrevard coltntJ. and oi-oiiDiuk'iil, u word along this lint< In which It lei derived lire vonskitfed v1 c.rI',: '
Inil State rolutcil tit the condt-
practice In Florlila to-wlt: Lot 3, blouk 111'ltna'lIIe we think will not be out of lWllt'r.8 another Hock that !In not 0 unhealthy '.
Court. heotion a,Township, w 8.. Range 36.... The aahl fomuieiiuiible by the ':1'1'lItl'1'portiOIi lion. :Never (libretti turkeys.'' It 3'ou tlon of the kid ,
land belagassessedat the date or the l 18"U"1I'8 have In mind n poultry housev saw of tax ITS. the New nil from th noys ; If It stainsyour ," ,
pay oa.vs mine birds ut .
at TITUSVILLE FLA.L. of such oortlfluateIn the nmne e.r Theodore- last winter. The poultry house lu quoitlon any yovng linen It is
Office tint, llulenil salil corlltlcat shell be ""leeIll8tll antI York Tribune. Tho Income U dl'I'I't'tlfl'OIU inbred stock;:, they will lit worthU-nx" aliretHlern '
aoonllna to law tax deed will issue tlwreou wall between the railroad 1'nevidence of kid-
ilay of A. n.11x,3.Wltnexs oil i ithe27th dwelling h0115e.1'1) could very clean; the toil of 01.11110 huve beeiseiiteiio for the next scnwm. .\.. to the ney trouble: too

h OAULDEK, 2"th day of lIlY March olllolallllltn..tllN, A. 1). 11)03..) and Real this tile wi'Ltlio! dwelling house through tbt! d tu the peultutlury for short! 'ge of bl'Pt''hlIIltJt'k.' / yearling ami two- frequent desire to

'' t\'t Ct Seiill A. A. STEWART. poultry liouwo by r'lIl\on of the cruel;: terms of liniirisoiniKMit and who 1 by; ,ycnr-ohl hen produce the must vigorOUS ,, pass It or pain In
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Clerk Circuit Court of Uravartl County Fla. olTHprlug, and hens of thut Huevll ----- the back Is also ,
und opoulu; lu the poultry house' lx- being forced to work have lnvii ('UII'V'I.tpli
Courts of the Stat lily more eggs lu a HOIIHOII. tliiin olvlobirds convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
., in all the
We to
,,1-nujtlca lug so prominent. venture fllIJI; from .1111"'Olhwl'l'" Into liidiiNtiloua '
United States Courts.r.O Application for Tax Deed feeding thu breeding took liueverything tier aro out of order.
florid, beforeeiprlUK tho owner was wrltln wage earners for the! couuty''tbenefit. ; What to Do.
with the number ot .
to do
Box 235TTTUSVILLK, FLA. to some poultry journal and luqulrln They are vmploywl lu break ; There la comfort In the ktiowledgs so

Under Seo.8 of Chap.4HSH, Laws of Florida of some neighbor that he knew WIIS lug "xtM'.a that will toe used later lu Iw.1)ro'lnl. Plot K, !' laid II lid tliolr fortuity.; Feed vary; often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- i

J. WEBU, N'otlcie Is. hereby given that John W. Mont- reading a poultry pilfer and had been .: two of the most lugwrlnuthighwuyis 8iurliiKl.v of grain, UK fat turkey do< Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every !
Kiimery piirohimer of Tax rertlHoate %n. uot lay for tlio nor tunny of nay
F aw: dated the 2nd day of July. A. L>. 11HI, BiicooBsful with poultry 111 the past liS lu the counts''. eggs" wish In curing rheumatism pain In ths I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, has mod .earl fertillcate in my olllre' ,an.l In.... to what wns the caiiHe of his hens not The offoct ou the convicts" baa beei kind, 'live lit III' or no corn to tile back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part '
made appllcatlnn for tax> cloud, to Innnelna.. brooders lliu-kwhoiit will keep th*>uIn of the urinary pas. age. It corrects Inability' I
in the Courts of the 7tIrciilt. nonlnnre. with law. Stud, oertlllcate einbraot laying, giving A description of dlsl'usl'lIthnt benellclal. A number of m'l1110 entered ,
Will practice the fallowing dunrrlbed. better (vondltlon nod cut clover: I Is to hold. water and scalding pain In passing tit I. I
property situated I In '
for non-resident were attacking them. the peulteulliiry lu u wilikciicicuudltloii
Taxes paid ) llrevard county, Florldu. to-wlt: K. lOarreac. very Ittoml. A hold of oubbiiijo U art'lIt1yrt'll..hpll : ; or bad effects following! use! of liquor ;:
nd rents and accounts collected. Lot 1, gootii>n 81, 'Township) Houth Range i At another place we saw a poultr;; from CXl'l'dllltlJ'luldn IJl"tore ) tlioni IU\llloI olle of tho IKHtliliiKH wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant I
I IITU8VILLE East The. anti laud lrolula..o"B.,1; at the date house that was good enough for i n they loft tho Inxtltutlon Wt'I'Ustfong necessity of being compelled to go often .; .
r of the iBiiiance of such certificate In the n'me can teed tliom through tli
I of J. w. AIontKumury. Unless eald certltlual: dwelling. There was enough extra nniunnoceHmiry and healthy uml able to do a you the during! the day, and to get up many times \
shall redeemed accord inir to law, tax due, ( expense ou It to have bull hard day's work. Several have reformed winter uionths. .live thorn JI'ltt1It'Y during the night. The mild and the extra- ,
D. PENNEY, ; fATTORNETATLAW thereon on the 211d day of :May, A. D can cat once u week keep yowl; ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is 'I 1
A. 11)03.Vttneee: niv oillclal/ si.nature and see! another g K>d, comfortable) houwe. Some and working steadily, .. soon I
thin the 2nd day of April, A. !>., IHl.1.CtCD.Sral breeders seem to have the Idea thn t earning good wages ut other kinds of turkeys us" tamo aa posslblo; they art realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful I
[ ] A. A.STKWAnT.: vimlor cured for ami will not wuiulor (pt cures of the most distressing cases. i:
they must have n two or three hundrei manual labor. Tho enforced work required O
Clerk Circuit Court
County Florldi far nwuy. Do not keep( turkeys with or If you need a medicine you should have the
FLORIDA dollar houtm If they hare been MU'Ct'SIltul of themvus just. whut thejneeded
'rrcsviLtic: near other oiiltry. l>o not let then best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$1. sizes.

kill\ practice In all the courts of the 7th Notice of Special Legislation. at Rome of the bowa\ In securing i n to build up their constItutloui run around the Imrnyurd or farm build- You may have a sample bottle of this f
first prize and placing a value on Rome and develop their enfeebled will pow wonderful discovery """
Judicial Circuit. hugs I niul keep them n way from etng
IS 1IEKEBY OIVKV THAT APPL1 of their! birds from $i3 to JflOO. A er. and a book that tellsi

NOTICE will Ha luau. to the Legislature or twenty-five dollar house will protect i a Another good effect of the plan U mint pools of water. more about, both sent I h ,t'
the State of Florida at U" aiiproaohlnRenalou An open shed with: wire lIt'ttllltrront ),
A. FROST, for the pannage ot a uppclal act author one hundred dollar bird just ns com- tho dt-crease In the number of tramps absolutely free by mall

G icing, the formation; : of the Fifth Road UiRtrlc Portably ns a two hundred dollar house. or "hoboes," found In Ituffulo's street, faolnn the south and lt\iutod In address Dr. Kilmer & n,>m.ot munpoo.Co. .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, or Mrevard county Into a otl Riienlul In'I'rtlvementdlatrlot. The tramps have learned of tho workand ail upland pasture", makes an Idea ., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
for the purpose oiiiiHtructlnx goo; On the other[ lid ml some have the' <
IrIll practice In all.the Courts of the 7tl roads. .. In Raid. district anll.la14111111b..IIII.;' ..nd, idea that most any old thing will do arc ,giving lluffnlo n wide berth plnce for raising. tlll'kl''II.Iay, 15 h lion reading this generous offer In this paper. \
levying taxes on the property In said illHtrlct to early enough to hutch the first' pottltilu '
Judicial Circuit. pay lor Rii>>ject to vote of the 'itoople.' for chickens and never lJ't'linr' fo In consequence most" of the Irlloll'rsare It. 1'
al\lIIeF the northern IItll tPII. The ground
.M.HUDSON AND OTHkltS.Coimnittee.. them recclve111I3.tblllg actual residents of llulTulo. lie-
Tm-gviLi.K:, FLORIDA.. ; consequently they never ,Wll..rlllly'pry cold and damp previous.
Tlbbals, Florida,March IP\. 1903. lilt may!22 In return. It would be ,very; cause of the the supervisors required tlmo. Feed the for the
to that young
that the should not be forced to i'
dlilk-ult to give a definite plan for i a men

FREDERICK A. MORGAN, Kxecutor'H Notice.To poultry house. that would stilt nil pouf- work In 11111011:1I1'U./ Each primmer' la first time when thirty-six bourn RTlt'lt old.

tryiiK'M' nnd elrfuiim'.ances: '', as iichantascs attired lu blue overalls. iind 11 jumper,, und tho first food should bo
Abstracts of Title. Home form. SeimholU make the host| 1fiiEDFORD"S '
nnd disadvantages of location:!' so that n casual otmN'vcr Is not aware! ;
all whom it rutty concern 1NOTICE : kind of for the and crushed'
REAL, ESTATE AND INSURANCE, H HEREBY (IVEV THAT SIX: would! iieoessHrlly call for n vnrlntloi that prlMonei-H'' nod not free men art grit young ,
wliou the
.. from the daunt this notice I will of plnns. Hut tho houses most breaking the stone.PROTECTS rlurn eholls 111'9'pry good Mi
Loans, Notary Public. my, tinal accounts' to the HonorabhA gonerally turkeys are four months old or older BlACffDHliU6JfJ !
D. Present.t C onnty Judge In and for Hrevar: used among the average cities! / or hut little
Elections, Typewriting, Stenography. (,,troy'',Stats of Florida and apply for I..etleuor 1.ouIU'3'lIIl'lI is the single! and double- THE HIGHWAYS.Law The young Should hiivo very
IJlHinlHsal. ss. Kxttvntor of tile Estate" of ManTeppsttn water until after they, are two month

TITUSVILLE, FI.A. \ ., late of the County of Brevarv, State oe'Inrlda colony plun. We have the double eolony -' Ilcitnlmlnut the Width o' TI... old. I have raised' 73: per cent of n THE GREAT
deceased. and and to vrhlclla
"single colony, say
1 1G JOHN' 8OIIKN9BN: In Ma..achusett.. dock of young turkeys to muturltythat

,A. FBO"T. WADE H. JOJTESA Fla.Kxeoutor, ovIS'of, 1902.Estate! of Bane Jappsen.Jensen I" IIIti-mo. are best utterly Impossible as both In 1000! ) the legislature of the state of did not hare a drop of water until FAMILY MEDICINETheilford's

JONES, st4 Massachusetts passed an' act to regulate they were over a mouth old. A tea
FROST For the double colony house we make
the width of tire on draft wagons Spoonful of DoiiKlan mixture: lidded to i
Notice. theta 10 by 311 feet with a fourteen fooHcrntc'hint
whll'h'us to tako effect on Jan. 1. every REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, ; shed In the center, whlclgives
1002. This law Is one which\ should hetiotlclal. It |irovontn cholera and
Loans and 19 HEREBY OtVEN' THAT ON; us a 10 by 11 foot house on each
Collections. It Is help lu de-
other states. diarrhea n great
NOTICE be widely copied by
tll day of May, l1t! i.or as soon then end. Roost poles are placed in the Black-Draught has j
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA after&11 can Int heard, 1 Intend to appl; clmrcoa provides that: straying tapeworms. Tapeworms killmore saved luctora' bills for more than
east end and nests grit and
to the,J iidge of the Circuit Court for I1revar.1Cunnty
In the tliiin most people have
Jan. turkeys
1. )
"Ou nod after year sixty For the common famIly -
I for a license to manage take charge ol. boxes) are placed in the west end. Wi yearn.
EO. A. WORLEY and control my property, and become a free, end because ai- 1002. It shall be unlawful, except a* any Idea of. Jround pumpkin sods. atlmimts, such as constipation,
east and west we
f dealer In every respect. say provided In section 4 of this act. to mixed with their food are as good a indigestion: ,hard cold, bowel comI'lalnb |
I IATTORNEYAT. RATA B. BaWB.VANrEUSEVERALVEIt5t have our houses facing the south
.LAW. ways use upon any road street or way In : remedy as I have ever tried for tapeworms. chill and fever, bilious
The studding In rear of building Is In Is nose, hnudnuheir and other like
this commonwealth a draft wagon or Cleanliness every way
General( practice In State and Federal [ OF CH AH- li
eight feet, and the front studding complaint no other medicine i*
In each stat steel of Ueniove the
\ cart having tire of Iron or or absolutely necessary.
Courts. All business
entrusted will feet. This house be bull It and .
twelve can Invigorates
In this
(one county requiredto) represeu 1l0000011ary. fell"ulatel
receive prompt attention.. and Advertise old established wealthy btisluesbousH for $20, all finished up in good shape. any substance equally<< hard which are droppings at leinst three times a week.Always the liver, assists digestion,
of solid financial standing. Salary S41' 00 less In width than one and ont ..balt cover the dropping hoards:
General Counsel stimulate action of the
the Tuttle Estate, weeklv with additional all payable li The single colony plan Is just the kidneys,
Miami. sash direct each expanses Wednesday. from head olilcei. cutting on laying room on times the din meter of the axle measured with road dust or dry earth Have a purifies the 1 blood, and purges the

MIAMI, FLORIDA.CTEPIIEN Horse and carriage, furnished when necessary same only at the shoulder thereof but In no dust box five or nix feet square anda bowels of foul accumulations. It

References Enclosed self-addressed. .envelope, west end. The single colony we use case shall a tire more than tour Inchesin foot deep with a roof or cover tb twill cures liver( complaint (indigestion, ,
Colonial Co.. 3J4 Dearborn St.,Cbluago.TAX
for stock In the full. '
E. FOSTER principally young width be required. and wagon or keep out all storm. A good dust our stomach! dlsxinen*, chills,
will be found tho cheapest -
cart built wltb wooden or hollow ax. box la of untold value in keeping down rheumatic pains sideauhe, back.
I ASSESSORS NOTICE. of houses built and are dura trouldes ,
any ache, kidney constipation!
TTOUYEY-A-LAW lea shall have tires not less in width lice. Lice are sure death to younlltUI'Iys.
'- ble. Fifty hens cnn be wintered. In diarrhroa biliousness, piles, hard
Dyal-Upchuroh Building, Jax I will b. at the following. / places' for the them with satisfactory; results.V than the diameter of the axle measured anti every Mesas. of ke'pingthcnl col J.i and headache. Every druffftUthaThi l
nt the shoulder thereof. down niuttt he iisiil. Nee that the
of Assessing Taxes for tin >lford'i BlackDraughtin
purpose hens n
fifty )
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. year'I 001.Tltu.vllle; never place more" time then "This act flinll apply to all wagons sitters lire free from them. and trust 15! cent packaged' and in lam-
It in for short
Monday and Tuesday, April 2021. them unless a ; anti carts, the axles of which are two threo or four times willie 1 Incubatingwith moth size( for $t.0)0. Never accept

8. BURNHAM, M. D. Hlilloh, Thursday Friday, "" Hani.Haulover 24th.. we sometimes place' 1UO hens or moro Inches or mure India. motor, measured' Strut good Insect I powder. liemeniher a substitute.[ Insist on having the

N. JMIuis, Vonduy" : April 27th. in them but for winter quarters fifty ns aforesaid, and to all stagecoaches!\ that you tiara easily overfeedthe orllnn.lumd.t. by the Chattanoo.ra.l'r1et.1lclno

... 2Mth.: .hens enough. The roost poles In
Tuesday, are Company.
barges and other passenger and that meiinit death
1'Iut tuilyhaeouchts onon
:BURGEON and Wednesday illlth.Merrltt
SPECIALIST City about thirty
Thnrsuay With.nBoriclitnu these !houses' ere placed vehicles not built to run ou Ironor to them. In u good dry sensor Insects I believe Thcdford'i.. Black-Drsoght

Ear, Nose and Throat. Saturday, May" 6th.2nd.Canaveral Inches above the lloor.-J. C. Cllpp InPoultry Mteel rails and constructed to curry ure IIlwny" plt'nty. and the young turkeys .li the but medicine on earth. It I is

WE'T PALM, FLOHIDA. Would be, pleased;Tuesday to meet alljtlie tax's. eight or more persons surd no feed<<1 at all after the first good for any and everything. I have,

puyem of the County on the above mentioned "Whoi-ver violates any provision. of week,-"H. M. IV In Hum I New a family of twclvs children: and for i
i This! four I hsve kept them on foot I
r\R. dates and have them make a return this act shall b<> punished by u Quo not Yorker. yean
IIOUGUTOVS and healthy with no doctor hut BUck.
of all their personal and real estAte We offer One Ilundnid Doll us Rewardfor exceeding. $100." ,ywr --- GREEN U.
Florida" Draught. A.J. Illewara.
property J. F Woo'TEN, any case of Catarrh that cannot be Anyone In Houtli I .

?.O.VTIN'O DENTAL APARTMENT.S Tax Assessor for Brevard County. cured by hairs Catanh Cure.F : Maintaining timllr. came make money In their leisure time, ''

J. CHENEY &: Co",Props, Toledo, OWe A pullet that molts out well OH a llstilbntlng the product of a l",r
on the "Dentos," HUKVAllU COUNTY TIU ASU ER'8 the undersigned, have known F. J, hen-that U. showing\ as good quality<< in nfacluringceimpanyamongtheir neighmrs. -

STATEMENT. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe color of plumage a* when she was a Our goods have had a stttudy sale

__ Now AT PALM BEACH Murohlst, 1003. him perfect!) honorable In all buslnesi lulI.t.-11i more valuable u* a breeder for :2.1: years, which has been wholly by

Balance cash oil hand,Mar 1st 1003.: ..$ 3,012: 4.1 transactions and financially able to carryout In our local, agents (men and women) who
M[. MASON, Amount received Mar 1UO.I.,. .._... 3,204,5: any obligations made by their firm than If she shows a falling quality mrn good/ wages the year round If youwish
R. Toledo and If in her second year us n hen business without
Total........... ........ .... .. ....$6,21841 West A: Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Is retained. her value a good profitable For nearly
Rinnan .''k: Marvin her good quality risking( send a self addressed return -
Lens warrants. paid fn Mar. 11O.1, 0., Welding:, money,
DENTAL-SURGEON and delivered to County Commission, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. I 18 even greater as n breeder than the : envelope for full pnrtloulars to. A. halt a centuryfflciy's

era and School Hoard. ,. .... ... ".". 3.2H2 Oi: Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,, year before as she hits shown a powerof Len[ Wade, Hen I Agt. (O. 75)) Boston, Mass.

SAYFORD Balance on band. Apr. 1st 1'HK! .....,* 2.WU 41ABOVK acting directly upon the blood and mu retaining quality that In a very desirable ---- -.Iu.aomoh.--- ." s
FLORIDA.Foley's Poultry
Price 75o
COW surfaces of the system. ,, element to establish In any
BALANCE IS HELD AS FOLLOWS I IDnjioriileil Hold all druggists. Tes We used to think that we could raise
bottle. by
In Brevard Conntv ritate per Htraln. The same Is true of a male "

I J ank,all per Cashier's:. certirtoate. timonials free. bird. Too many birds full off in qualIty young turkey better whoa we hatched Seeds
Kidney Cure Cached to monthly report and cash Hall's Family Pills ore the best. them under good old motherly hens ,

makes Inaafe... .. ... ... .. ....... .. ....... 2,902, 41 In their second year showing a lack hun when we put them under the hen MVII...... /rtwInKfiunnasliKtvsrrBJliil
: kidneys and bladder right. : ut ,li ) ". Mold tow
d USTtirjwlM
KAtANCBS BKLO.X01.N-0 TO BACH FUSD AS lie'" of "staying/ quality, and are not us IltO'Annu..
LOWS: ... turke: ). Now the Maine comesout aud.a ........
1I 1- Ills Soc slrablv as breeders<< ns birds that retain .*.\o.u.ppl.
I Revenue-flenerai, Fund ... ... 8 8Ux wltb the opinion of a poultry expert J!
60 YEARS' Bounty Road and Bridge Fund. .. .. ...... 2T 4HKiilldlnir A writer In Country Gentleman gives their quality to u good! old age. It 1 Is chickn'...", ....
1I EXPERIENCE .. Fond ... .. .. ...... .. 1/ Ml these rciiMjim( for his success with artificial that birds showing this trait do who says better and larger .
'Flue anon Forfeiture Fund.... .... tan 0"i true > cnn be ruined by letting the turkey
I '< reeilingPrisoner'Fund .... 113"i.eo. : niftlioilsKeeping( chicks In inn- not always prove good breeders but the WJt2
for them
} Rllall"nud.ow, ; Wist.No. 1.. .. .... 4:4m: culmnt IfiiHt thlity-Klx hours after; all tendency Is In the right direction end !len butch them out and tare
>i u 14 i. 2... .... 24 1M: erliapw lKth were right for we think
.. .. u u 8....... IIIMI0.1 were lintched; feeding only when hungry should be cultivated<<1 to as great an extent
a u ii ii 4. .. ... 1.7IM/ 47 nixl not too much: grit and bone- Poultry, Herald. he; old turkey often gives tho young The Largest and Moat Com..
'.. ,i ii a ., a A.. ,. .... 3ia: OH feed from as possible. ilea too much travel, and perhupn the
flame Warden Fond .... 33! 00 meal mixed with till soft nlete Establishment South.
Bounty doe not the chlckenx enough
leu << give
Fund. .... 180 reducing heat In brooderas
of Deleased" Persons the Ili'Ht' day; The Winter l.nrer.
t TRADE MARKS Pruperty CountyPcho.ol-llenurallimit| ... .. ...... 1 29 vlieu they are forced to get their living
1J DESIGNS Tax School Ulst. ..... .. .... 2 711 quickly OH poMxiblc and as soon as The good summer. layer i I" the good Domestication and JEO S HACKER & SON
COPYRIGHTS Ac. Special" '. .. .. No.I.".''.. .. 111II21 chicks;: could stand It; plenty of fresh winter Inyer when the condition can 011> an open range. .
l. 3'.. ........ 3257 ireedlug have reduced the propensity
Annnq.ndtne e "
a.kMCh and di.TtDtlnn I
l1' : mar lie and exercise and as noon as possible be controlled. A good, warm bouse
n'1' urertnut ourfroe I wheth.r antlun If not the ability of the hen for travel
1 q:>tni' Ilioro.OUauilnltll.ndMMk: : : : :: nYnMop: ; : Total... .. .. ................. .... ,$2x1449 lifter bring placed In brooder with plenty of grain 111111 an abundant and catching Insects, especially if she I

MII.r.g: .C Jose HIt R", County Treasurer. father permitting. of 'feed with a small
; ' supply green ,
tnten m:: tJoXI'\r: \:: & t: recavs of meat anti bone and plentyof nd her parents werorear..1 in limited
without chnraa.. In tbe AVANT500 RUSTLING REAL I quantity yards, while the turkey I III many Me II-
DO YOU rrotluelloB. and shell will produce egg! It
Scufitific of !%..w .rk' I'I&'M' grit and
Htnerican.smut endeavoring to dispose ration nearer the wild
estate agents
that In18HI l he made to exercise
The lust fcuciUH report say the hens can
A property you may have for sale or Ikea, to roam over niuhy acres or, In
h.M.'A'. IIIn..tAd "A""'. dr. any the prjMHictlon of poultry In New enough to keep III good health and wltb .So
'I"'UlI 'J
t .1' ,.r An, Intentl! jOllrnal. Termer f3 a exchange ? If so, send full particularsof act, will not endure confinement at nil
fnlr r ,$L Scld gall what jou have, to 1.. R. Benjamin, York state, amount to $11.791,401. of Rood appetite only for a short time while fattening

MIJNN Co.3S/Bro.dwq) New .Derk il.moverton, O. which ZU; (>vr cent was for eggs/ and 41per SKVKItK ATTACK OPOItll*. nd<< then not In close quarter It thus

B'Mob omoa. sib r BU W..bbgwn ft U ----- cMit for poultry. There were more
-- my be that chicken wltb the turkey

!3a1ER SALVE Sonic Special Offers. hun: lU.UUO.ouu more eggs In 18U9 than Cured by On. HotlU of Chamlwrlaln's rouM range farther and forage more I;;
In 1S.S9. gala of nearly 30 per cent. nash liAmfHfy.' ..
ban with the' hen thus! growing more
tits! most "When an attack of the grip last winter 4 J
healing salve In the world. cured npldly. But we still adhere to our old
ble (the second one) I actually my-
Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, An ...
The self with one bottle of Chamberlain oHltlon. that we can grow chickenstiter MANUFACTURERS OF/'
be new monthly journal. devoted espec- How handy it will be for the good Frank W. .
and 'lough Hemedy, says Perry, aid faster in yard that are kel.tunder
JNEY DISEASES ally to the interests of the fruit vesr- housewife to be able to change the Hie. N.
of the State Is published Editor( of the Enterprise. Shortly proper sanitary conditions than Doors Sash Blinds
table for fresbhlckeii
growers meats
Single copies 10o.( jionotony of salt Y. "This Is the honest truh. I at hey will grow If allowed to run at
at Ocala at $1 a year. and how easily this Is accotnllsbed from coughing myself to
six month trial kept wltb either their mother or the
limited time a irge \ & Material
Ire For a of thisremedy aiding( BuildIng
the Journal. taking a teaspoonful
most fatal of all di* ubscrlptlon will be sent to new subscrlbrs ) !-Farmer* pieces by turkey hen.-\.ruf'rlcun Cultivator.
and when the coughing spell
wes.fl for 25 cents Or both the Fruit and would come, on at night; I would take a COIca: Wareroorna, King, opposite

truck Grower and Semi-Weekly Times- Danger of CoM and Grip. I lose and U seemed that In the briefest Walk Without Crutch. Cannon Street.Charleston .

; KIDNEY CURE Is iUL.L Union for $1.25.; Or with both the Thrlce-a-one The greatest danger from colds and. nterval the cough would pas off sad I I wan much afflicted with sciatic, S. C.
World of X w York year Xud Hedgwlcko
vlc Week Is their resulting In pneumonia. If I would go to sleep perfectly free from 'rites Ed. C. lowavllle ,
aranlssd Recjdj ff or $1.23.L. ; rip; To Kan., "going about on crutches, and
easonable !Is used however, and tough and Its accompanying! pains.
., J. BRUMBY, Pub. Ocala 1 Fla. iiamberlaln's: care Cough Remedy, taken all (!lay that the remedy acted as a most offering a deal of pain. I ....a" l loduced ash Weights Cord atiu ,

money refunded. Contains I anger will be voided A mong the tens etrr., able surprise' la putting it very II> try Mallard's Snow Liniment, which ,

of thousands who have used this remedy nildly. I bad no idea that It would] or rell.,1> me. I was Induced to try lial- Hardware.

snedies recognized by emir Homes I for these diseases we have yet to learn could: knock out the grip simply. be. laura Know Liniment which relievede

nt Virginia I resulted In I had never tried it for such a> pur* I used three HOo bottles. It U the
physicians as the bed lea of a single case having pnoulonia lanes: used have Window and Fancy GJaa-
,. which: shows conclusively that It lose, but U did, and It seemed with the reatet liniment I ever ; ree-

Mney and Bladder trouble Land la a certain preventive of,that dangerous IHIcond attack ol coughing: the remedy rnmended it to a number of persons, all A SPECIALTY.

PRICK SOc. sad $..00... You learn all about Virginia mode of cultivation ,- isease. It will cure a cold or an attackof aused: it to not only be of less duration. cpress themselves as being benefltte'lfit. .
walk without crutches --- --
". Its resources, products the grip In less time than any other tot the pains were far less) severe, and I I now -
_ ; u. WILSON & soy.IOCK'S prices etc., by readlnff the reatment. It In pleasant and safe to lad not used the contents of one bottle .hie to perform a great: deal of light labor "oley's Honey and Tar

Vlrirliila Farmer. Send lOcts ike. For sale by all druggists abd med before Mr. Grip had bid me adieu." For on the farm." :ftc.; Mo and 41.00 at

Honey end Tar for 5 months subscription to the clue: dealers. ale by all druggist ;. Ii. WllscD A SOD. for chl/drensafeurc. No opIAtes.
(colds prevents pneumonia. Farmer Co., Emporia,

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4 I JAMES. PHITCBARD, President; WM. M. BRow, 'Vice.P ""dent.INDIAN .

C. S. SCHUTI.KK, Cashier W. S. BHANKINO, Asat. Cnshu



It l is about time that some rear

i A WISELY .00..10 DBVOTBD TO TH. DSV.... onable amendments were made i in ,

OFMBIfT Or TH. IMD1A1I BIVBB, LAKBWOBTU the Florida newspaper libel law ForBiliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY

.... .AV8BOTIO.H.
which is certainly a very Authorized capital, $1 I ir.f

FRIDAY. law to the newspaper publish! 1"r- Paid up capital $.fOioJJ
KVKRT: bile
should be gently stirred so that
Newspaper publishers cer r The liver must Average deposits.( $150,000 t

O>ABs: U. WALTOH Editor &: Fublluhe tuinly be relieved from the annoyance will be thrown off in the right channel; the system

and expense of some action at the tame time should be invigorated.

Discontinuance or adrti. mnstbem.depei Ht law which are, it seems to us, t -- Transacts a General Banking
aally at this' ofllce or by writing. removed from black N,5IVER
only O
men of FlorIda cPILlS Business
CHAKLHB. mail. The newspaper
ObORk,*to., may be mado payable FJ\1
WALTO*,publisher. are not asking that protection

J be removed, which a just libel law Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
CoASB>> ADVl : tt, ,
OFFIC'C TUB EAST malicious attacks
BOSTON afford against Mild Power Cure that t Exchange bought and old on all K.,.
nefoavenueBosom the
form reiim
OAT ban opened: an ofllneat*'*Ah should not be prejudged and Tonic Pellets 1
but they Countries.
which will lia In charge of Mr. ClaulluO. guilty of malice and have the< completely does the work without shock or Injury --

.Walton. for unscrupulous to any part of the system. 1'stronatteappreciated.: Prompt erv ice. nolit.
made easy treatment,and favor oonsUtan'
way every with
aul and DoohUt Fr... _.:LM rvative banking top
fff-: In writing to the ADVonATQllor Infornia persons, who feel like bringing SampU ? s granted

tlon of any kind tile writer will nl>liue l hI onoloH when the newspaper publisher i Is e COHREBPONDENT8Seaboard :
ttainpnil blame. wan _
tugs _.
not actually we ,- IS days 2S cu Ma ,cva -r wsJ National Bank of Jacksonville. Flu

all ooramunloatloDS to nothing but fair and the square following deal 't.f (fa_ pew )........,. IO"-_as P.r1TTJSVILL FL4.A..
TlTUlVILLB FbOHtDA. bill, prepared by the Florida Fresi -

.-- --. ---- .. Association, Is an improvement upon FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
o.v.. 8. Department of Agriculture .tbe one now in force, for we an TilE
that men
of the opinion newspaper
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. should not be put to trouble over Sold by II. n. WILSON A: SON TITU VILLF..
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
libel law ,
comparative such an unprincipled as ,
The following is a slate- B P Hranch int on warrants ... BO
went of temperature.I'nd rainfall for the we now have: SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. IndluaRlverBtateKank.lntonwar-inoh B 0Teuoters *

weekending Tuesday, April 14, 1003..1903 An Act Relating to the Publication of,: .. salary.. special.. d'Bt.. No..2.1....... KM 4210: n Sidewalk Brick
-. : -*"'"'1- Libels in Newspapers, Magazines and The Board met Monday morning, April, .. o .. .. 3....... IIaO 00 Vitrified, Paving and ..."

PATH.! MAX. MIW. $AX. MIN other Periodicals this State. 13th, 1U03. Present: J. M. Dixon, chal The Board adjourned to meet in regular -

8 70 tO 80 08 Be it Enacted by the Legislature of th man; It. }T. Andrews J. E. Kultc and 1 no session Monday morning May 4, 1003. Offices foot of Dogan Street Jacksonville, Florida.' Telephone No. 202
I 0 71) 08 73 CO State of Florida: E. Mime, secretary. The minute. of laat

10( 81 08 76:1/ : tlectlon 1.-That before any suit ahal meeting were read and approved. TlTreasurer' CHATTANOOGA DRUO'QIST'i J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
11 80 71 81 62 be brought for the publication of a libel report for month of Marc A
STATEMENT. Robt J. Miller, proprietor -
12 81 077.J 85 01 or periodical was received read found correct and redeemed -
In any newspaper, magazine of the Read House Drug Store of,
13 77 : 8(1( 08 In this Plate, the aggrieved: party warrants duly conceited.
"There II
I Tenn. writes:
14 85/ 74 83 71 five before the bring. The County (Superintendent and Chairman Chattanooga ,
shall, at least days Honey and Tar & Baker
merit in Foley's
Total] rainfall for the week: 0.37 I of such suit serve notice upon thepublisher of the Board of Public Instruotlo more Tin MeMurray
Departure from normal rainfall for the I log or publishers of said newspaper having duly examined and canvassed the than In any other cough wonderfully syrup.and we< ,
calls for multiply
week minus 0.20 laches. Departure magazine or periodical, at their petitions (or notice of Intention to ca 1I
of It than all other cough lIyr-
from normal rainfall since January 1, of specifying an election for !Special: Tax: School 1)la- sell more
principal office publication combined." Sold by B. R. Wilson 401-4:13 East Day Street. Jacksonville, Florida
plus J0.34() : Inches. the article and the statements therein trlot No. 4, and In conformity to law. ups

HAL. P. HABDIS Obierver. which be alleges to be false or defamatory caused to be published the said petition Son. ___________ -Makers and Jobbers of=::

ffl.1 --.------------ If It shall appear upon the trial of said with qualified signatures thereto, for the
article published In of four consecutive weeks, as evidenced Eau Gallie.Our .
action that said was space
WHEN a man anplrea to ofllce, let good faith that Its falsity was due to by the affidavit of the publish) Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

every man carefully atudy his character mistake or misapprehension of the facts, of the KABT COAST ADVOCAT.,, and has for ,
with the law bel'tltorelatl winter visitor. are faIt leaving
before voting for him. or that there were reasonable (grounds Ing fully complied
for believing that the statements in said ve to Special Elections. their\ northern ho Ties. Saddlery, Rubber Tires

arUole were true, aDd that a ull and fair On motion It was resolved that a Spa Another little dance came off, Thur
THE pineapple crop of Brevard retraction of any statement therein alleged lal Election In accordance with Section ;2, day last, at McM ll11an'a ball. First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

county U going be to very large this to be erroneous was published within Chapter 4678:, No. 17, Laws of Florldi .
the ten days after the service of said no session of 181 >, be held on Saturday, May Mrs. Caine and daughter. Miss Jessie,
summer, so just watch big pile tice. In case the publication ocoured In alally lUb( 11)03 for the purpose of voting upon will leave shortly for their home In Chicago

of dollars that will roll into the I ; or weekly newspaper, or In the next the levy of a Special Tax as petitioned HI. Screen Door & Window Frames.

j pockets of pineapple growers in a regular Issue In use of a magazine and the election of three trustees for Mr. and Mrs. Rossitter and family an

few months. other periodical as conspicuous place said district, and that necessary steps. t e In the Aineaworth residence on Uoustoi

r end type us was the article complained of ,. taken by the!:Ieoretar)' tooumply with all street for the summer months. We bave just Installed special machinery for tbe manufacture of screen door
\ the In such case legal requirements pertaining to 1I.ld all sizes styles and designs.
allibelo..tben plalntlll Miss Bessie Ilodgsot tnd window frames and can make them In ,
How would the newspaper men if a civil action, shall recover no more Special election. Miss Hodgson Can cover them with plain green wire galvanlved wire or POMFEIIAN
of Florida like to see ,Mr. W. L. than actual damages and If In a criminal The boundary lines as made for Spei -. and J. E. M. Hodgson were calling upon BRONZE Screen wire cloth. Write for prices. '
verdict of shall lal Tax School District No. 4, are an fo friends at Bonaventure on Saturday.
and guilty
candidate for proceeding a SUPPLY COMPANY
Palmer come out as a EAST COAST LUMBER AND ,
>e rendered the defendant or defendants lows: All that part of lirevard count O. W. Hopkins has just completed an
1, the office of Congressman of the hall( be fined a penny and coast: Pro Florida, commencing at the northeai artesian well on his ranch west of Eau General Office at Eau Gallie Fla.

Second District? It seems to us tided, however that nothing: In the provisions corner ol Sec 2, Tp. :32) S., R. 31) E., run Oallle. Alex. Near was the contractor Yards at EAU GALLIE, TI1USVILLE and FORT PIERCE.

that Mr. Palmer is a pretty good of this act shall be held to applyo thence east to Atlantic ocean, thenc the
Gleasonbaa to
:Mrs. S. O.
of and he has a great : any libel published of or concerning southeasterly along the ocean beach to
sort man, after extended visit at
Granada an
34 thence west to
line of
of female. the north Tp. ,
friends scattered over this any with Mr. and Mrs. O. G. & O'Hara.
4 many Sec. 2.-That the words "actual dam- the present precinct line of Precinct Nc. St. Augustine Hodges

. .State. iges" In the foregoing section shall be 12, In Indian River thence northwester! Uleiison.Mr. .
'. lonstrued to Include all damages that the In said river to point of beginning It- and Mrs. O. W. Hopkins and Dr. ...Manufacturers and Dealerstln...

is stated plaintiff may show he has suffered In. re- eluding all Inlands In said river within! /S.:! C. /Sharp left on Thursday of thl R '
IT by some newspapersthat pact to his property business, trade the boundary lines of Precinct No. 12; week for Mr. Hopkins' ranch west of :fiRed: CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
the South does not one
" possess rofeHslon or occupation, as the case maybe also, commencing at the northwest, cot'- Eau Gallie.

I r millionaire. This is not a fact, for and no other damages whatever. ner of Sec 19, Tp. 31 S., R. 35 1C., rUD' _Mr. aud Mrs.: E. W. Stickney were Orange Box '!eMH, Fruit aDd Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles; etc.

we have one of the beet and most See. 8.-That In any civil action for libel thence east to range line between range guests of Admiral and Mis. Glllis this Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write UII fur prices deliveredto

progressive millionaires the United covered by the terms of this. act, the ,17 and 38, tUence south on said rang may allege and prove In millatli line to north line of Tp. 3d, thence earn at Melbourne Beach
States, living in our sister coun said line to line between -
>n of damages that the plalntlll bun un township range
ty of Dade, and he is I Mr. Henry M. already; recovered damages therefor, or ranges :38: and ill), thence south uO Manager; S. B. W hi lac re, of Eau Gallie Tbe Oldest Estahllaheil Grain and Seed House In the Bute.

Flagler, a voter of said county. has agreed to recelvectiinpennatlon In re- said range line to north line of Tp. 37. Ramie farm, waa In town on Tutsd.vy on

be live to on' his pact 10 substantially the lame libel and thence east on said township line to rang his launch tue Falcon. Miss Mable
Long may carry tubllshed In the same county aa that for line between ranges 40 aud 41, then Whitacre was also on board. a'' YA ltt

great work on the East Coast. r4oh said action was brought. north on said range line to southeast corner ( ll1l11. Marthlnson,' who Is Interested -J\Tcl.: ::: A.. E30"C1.rS: & Co.

, 8eo. 4-That any person who wilfully of Sue. li, Tp. 30 S K. lO E., theuc.. In lands and lumber In South Carolina,

TUB: United States Government tates, delivers or transmits by any means west to south west corner of said Sec. 12, was the guest of Geo. W. Hopkins! for a
has last to the conclusion rhatever, to the manager, editor, pub. thence north to northwest corner of Hue. few days last week. Mr. Marthlnson Is GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
at come of I 30 S., H. 40 E., thence east to thAtlantlo < ,
Isher or reporter any newspaper, mag- Tp. a resident of Washington L>. C.
that the several million acres of cine or periodical within this Mate for ocean thence southeasterly
land lying in and adjacent to the ublloatlon therein any faille and libel. along the ocean beach to south line of S. K Watts, who has bad charge of Flour, Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers
line between the F. E. C. R'y station at this point, bas
thence west to range
statement concerning or County
I Is the of the OUI any person
Everglades property orpoiatlon, and thereby secure the ranges 34 and :35, thence north or resigned the position. and will .open upa aT. 1,15zK. MOo 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
State of Florida. Now, if all this of the shall laid line to point of beginning.On general business. We extend our btlllt
publication same, range
land la drained and placed under pon conviction thereof, be punished by motion It was. resolved that a wishes for every success In his venture.A .gts. for Jfuima Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'yand Plant System.

cultivation by homesteaders and a tine not exceeding five hundred dollars, ipeolal election In accordance with Section jolly' dance took place at McMillan's

others, what is to become of the or Imprisonment not exceeding one year, 8, Chapter 407(1( No. 17, Laws of! hall on Thursday evening of last week.
or by both tine and Imprisonment In the Florida, session of ItstH, be held on Hat and
whose homesare About 35 were present a most enjoyable
Seminole Indians '
poor Isoretlon of the court. urelay May lth(! 1WXS In Special Taxichoul evening spent. A delicious sup P. Ruh1 nan <& Co.

In the Everglades ? bee. 5.-That this act shall take effect Dlstijots Now. one, two and three,,, per was served In the dining-room of the

Immediately upon Its passage and "ap : for the purpose of voting upon the mil Indian River Inn, about 11 p. m. Quite'
' WK have seen our friend Crom proval by the Governor. age to be levied In said dUtilcu for the a number of the guests wore from Mel. 261 Washington: St J l NEW YORK.
,. next ensuing two years, and the eltlO- bouruet \03 :Murray Street. J r N. Y.
well Gibbons elected to the olflci& Lion of three trustees In each respective

1 he was after and now we want to Fort Pierce. lUtrlot seal tUat necessary steps be ta- Capt. SyrnmondH floe sloop, the Mattle
II will be hauled out on the and
ways .
with the
j f see "Our Hob" elected Governor of legal keD by the,iliomeuU Secretary pertaining to comply to said \given a coat of copper! paint thin week. HEADQUARTERS FOR FAYCY-
leq .
.. Florida, and Senator Taliaferrc Capt. SymmomU believes In taking the
mackerel ls of
, elected to succeed himself in tin Ity The; It mure than season compensates one prosper.for the The bound arle* of the respective d is- best possible care of any craft owned by loridaa: c::>rL1.J:1.ges: : .
I himself. The Captain Is living on bill
r United States Senate. It must be lull winter. :rlois, tine, two and three are the sameis
" admitted that both these gentle. originally adopted at tilt special eleo- vessel since the departure of his family. and: : C3ir r apecru:1: : 1;.
The bazaar at the Tyler house, was' Ion hold Juo l3th,1901, when said dUilO' for Kenmtha, Wis.
1 men made a splendid record In both well attended and many useful and pret wish represent
a were formed. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and to
houses of Congress at Washing ty things were sold. We noticed several Application from pupils residing at

t:hj l ing and now we want them to be prominent people from down the river ileriliu, requesting the appointment oft Rockledge.C. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established' 30 years.
present, and everyone seemed to enjoy that declined, It
installed in teacher at place was
duly again the above
themselves. The of about $SO .
sum, was In the limits of Indlanola,
wing( legal Cogglns made a down river trip
respective o lces. 'Ve doff our hal realized. .
I rbeie .. school now In successful opiratluu Monday la his launch. ESTABLISHED 1870.

; to "Gov. Davis" and "Senator Tal. The Hall lot and house has been purchased and some of these. same pupils E. Day* left for his plantation at Oak

iaferro." They are as good as In and I. being fixed up fur a parsonage ittendlug.! Ulll on Monday to look after his Inter-
the above oillcel.I for the Methodist minister, Mr. Dr. Leon A. Peek''' appointed Su- tats there.A. .
Tompkins Mrs. C. T' MoC'arty has the lervlsor of the school at Melbourne.It M. Lane & Son
L. Hatch Is putting an addition to
I : matter ID hand and we feel assured that was ordered that the following be ,
HABITUAL drunkards have hard In minutes and copies its residence A. II. Smith bas the
noorporated our ,
I, I a when Mr*. McCarty undertakes a thingno
btI mailed to each teacher In the county: work In charge. I
time of it in England The British matter how seemingly 250 W WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
Government will be brought to a successful issue "The teachers example is all Impor- A. D. Merwin and wife returned to ,
recently passed a tern Let ua all give Mrs. McCarty our hearty ant before the community In which they Eden. after a few days .pent with \Vm.U. .

perance law, which has gone Into support; she Is a true and earnest Christian Ihe; best fruits can only come where I I Merwln'a family. Southern Fruit Produce

effect. Under its provisions the worker, and too much praise cannot heir actions accord with healthy popular O. Currier S. B Aldridge and A. 1.. and

habitual drunkard is shut out of be accorded her. Bailment, attending dances of mixed )riarsh made a the beach this

every licensed public house (saloon Easter service at St. Andrews Kplsoo- oiupany, entertaining of late where It Involves reek In Mr. s .
the hours or excess
p keeping any
), and the police may arrest pal church was a most Impressive sermon ending to excite adverse criticism or Impair Bennett J.. Johnson's black horse be- : ::: : :

him anywhere except in his own by Archdeacon Urown. The little their usefulness must of necessity ama fractious last Saturday and broke

# house whether church was tastefully and artistically decorated finder and dwarf the Iniluenoe for good; tbe shaft and dash board to his road FLORIDA PINEAPPLES SPECIALTY.Stencils
disorderly or not. for the occasion. with banks of here/ore they should bear In mind that rsgou. OUR .
td' After conviction, the drunkard is Easter Illlles and and
roses evergreens, the Hoard,of necessity CUD'only continue The service last Sunday morning at
blacklisted for three years. If he the muslo was excellent. The solo by to assign such as give promise of the he Chapel were very well attended. : Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
L Miss Frances !Moore was greatly appreci "
attempts to get a drink, he ia liableto Blest measure of success Trustees DM Harwell presided at the organ. The
ated. Mrs O. 8. Dine presided at the
a One, and the saloon keeper who iipervlsors and patrons will render aster preached an Easter sermon
and her of those
organ rendering deep srvlce reporting to the Board such
sells him liquor may be fined $50 sacred hymns was sweet pure and .i violate there requirement. David Martling Mrs. Tynan and Mrs. Mason M. Clark
for the first offence and $100 for rounded and fell on the hushed congregation The bills read and John Tynan who have been occupying
following were pass1
the next. It is the duty of the like a. benediction. Mr. Ulll made the Powe for the season left for ,
for rMetiers cotta
some fine photographs of the decorations. payment .he for N. Y.
police to furnish the black list to wl.rlM... .....................9 in nK Congress, ,
R Mlm. &ut.for March....... ....... 74 OOMUlxon Thursday.'
all venders whether In saloons or J per dleia. ................. 00 The Vagabonds; W. L. Mellon'a house Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
> OO
in aristocratic cluba. The first Makea a Clean Sweep.There' E 1A ultdarew., ,: and mileage" :.:: as 40 oat, came up on Monday morning and I

person to be posted under this law .Mwa A Rockg News,pub stat.ment... a 00John anchored 011 Rockledge; Tuesday It pro- i
in London la the wife of a knightedmember nothing Uke doing a thing Henry, a'fwrlUng Olin for pub... tooTS eeded! to Cocoa, and Thursday for SPECIALTIES :
all a
thoroughly. Of the Salves you ever k Mims ptg.lao.exp. i
acksonvllle and the north.
of the aristocracy. They heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve la the =PHran ich, One exnat lbunme...:' tan Extra Beans
W.J Mobltt, ..,...... S 48 Early and Vegetables.i
have and burns IUPr.1forNo3 Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield left for
blacklist clause In the license best. It sweeps sway euros l+ Hun, SSmertcu
law In Massachusetts: but it Is sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcers, akin Book Co<< tree books : ::::::: 84 SOPCobb the north last Friday. They atop overi
not .. *or No 8,....., ,..... 70MABuwul Florida
and piles. It's on112:1o.: and supplies St. Augustine for a few days, and will Oranges and
eruptions .. .. Grapefruit.
in force with the vigor that the J' tat... ... ... S tIOG
guaranteed to give satisfaction by. Sold Duran.inaesp ". .. 2........... SCO pend a few days visiting other places
clause is in England. by all Druggist rntchar* .... Sun,tip to pump (o2.. .. *" before reaching Delaware, Ohio. 110 Murray Street and 163 West Street, NEW YORK.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 17. 1903. 5 t ,.;

Hobe Sound. Jensen. jj j


Mr. Snider made a hurried trip to E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, was In town
Palm BURch
on Saturday.
ou Wuduesday.

I Mr. and Mrs. Iliissell-Yat leave for George Doernor, of Cumberland Md., .
I their home In Buffalo, N. Y., on Satur was In the city Wednesday.

day.All T. A. Parrott, traveling freight >
; : agent ,
residents of the East Coast IhouldIUbscl'lbe for the Florida East Coast Hallway, was ; ;:.
DYAI for the ADVOCATE, the only here for a few days I his week.
pink paper in the South.
John Sorensen Is erecting a new packing ...
Fred Yates and his charming family houses It will\ be large and commodious -. 1;\

0bNr family take leave, on !Saturday: morning, \ and conveniently arranged for LOOK TO '

for their homo iu Rochester. N. Y.T handling his very Urge crop. If Buffering from ;', -j
P ,
Newton Banner remains at Hobo The Easter services at our Sunday! sight: cull at my
Sound this summer, having In charge School rooms was enjoyed by the large cal Institute., i ;
Messrs.( Hardy's Osgood'n! and Thomas audience in attendance. The floral decorations grinding outfit In 1' [\
Jeilersou'tt I
places. were elaborate and beautiful.
flu K. II. ::
Dr. G. W. Padarle, Mrs. Yates'/ father, The music and exercises by the childrenwere 11 Laura st. ; ] f
who has made himself quite) popular this enjoyed by all. .. !:

winter, will\ resume practice In Kochos- Dr. J. M.\ Samuels: of Punta Gorda, t.\ :
povrnERPuro ter, N. Y. lie journeys to that city on has been In the city for a few days lookIng I "

Saturday.O. the ground over for a drug store at r { 1

Absolutely B. Jefferson Is having an acre ol this point. lie Is thoroughly convince
ground cleared on the Allen that this Is the best section of the State, T P Howes 1' ". I
WERE I* NO SUBSTITUTE he purchased this winter, preparatory property to and will close out his affairs and locate Fort. Pierce on a !
here at : ;
putting out another grupelrult grove once. Rob Roberts has I

next year. Our station agent, Mr. Anderson, Is Melbourne, much I 1:1

Next" week closes our columns In the away for a short visit to his parents In many friends here. :

West Palm Beach. "pluk paper uf the East Coast." Alack Alabama; and In the meantime his place Mackerel fishing .

aday.LDd[ the ADVOCA.TK lose the is ably fllled by C. T. Harper, a most day, just now, .
bent. respondent it ever had at Hobe pleasant and agreeable gentleman. Mr.. They claim that It
Marjorie Potter had an egg hunt, sound. Editor.] Harper Is here with her husband, enjoy
MIRR afternoon, for.her little Mends ing this Invigorating climate.W. Miss Anal ;
uturday Mrs. F. Hlmliz, the genial and whole- to Georgia this
Whlllden Is said to be con- E. McCllntock, of Owatonna, Minn,
Ft.Mavor souled wife of Mr. Solder's. landscape<< birds are flying,
alencent, but has nut been seen In publicS gardener; Is a busy housewife these days" is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Backus. lie

She:: leaves May 1st, foi Chicago, to-visl comes down every year to get the need- W. C. Braddook
F Worthington has been callI her son and daughter, fur the amm ier. ed rest and rich enjoyment that can be enjoying a visit .
business. !Mrortbingtou obtained so fully\ In no other clime that of Seville, she is !
'I north on will Important follow la a few week. Visitors dining the week just ended ours. We miss his pleasant family this four children.

were: Mr. and Mrs, Hendertum. of Palm time, however, and hope he will\ not Mr. and Mrs- !:
Mm. R J. Fuller, 'mother of Mrs. Ar- Beach, who have a home hers on the leave them behind any more. interesting little
mr JudsOn, who has been her guest mainland. In the same party were Mr. Ing Mr. and Mra. !
urinif the winter, loft for her home In and Mis. McFarlane and Alt ana Mrs. The new crop of pineapple Is beginning returned to
eveUnd Ohio, on the Bth. Maddock, of Palm beach. to move now, and very soon will be
going off at a lively rate. The buyersare The Methodist l
Hiss Leila Anthony Is visiting Miss The Mallard will\ welch anchor, Wed. beginning to come In to get safely In decorated on :

lark st her legion oftfrlendN nesday morning, bavlng on board Mr. the swim at the start, and soon things Easter, and Mr. I ,
ready missed by and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Miss Heaver. will be humming up and down the river. most impressive ; I
ho are wishing; for her speedy return. Their stay In Oak Hill will b6 of short There Is a large crop, and the "apples gregation.
observed duration, plans having been matured for never looked better. Prices will be good \
generally Nearly
Easter was very an early leave-taking on May 8th for right from the start. everyone
and of
wtlcularly\ the Cathollo Eplacokl NewYork. vantage these "
The decorations at Holy We are pleased to learn that our fellow evenings to visit !
trinity church were very much In keep- Mr. Kennedy, of Cincinnati, 0., who townsman, R. D. Hoke, will reach home moonlit suit Is
ij with the day, and the little church has spent the winter at Palm Beach with In about a week. He has had a pros- home till\ morning.

taxed to its utmost capacity. his family, was a visitor to the Island perous season this year, but is glad to Misses Ruth and

the 15th the Uto- last week. It was his niece, Miss Drake, get; back again. lIe will commence workat little Miss Julia
evening ,
Wednesday ;,
who has done some beautiful photographic once upon a magnificent boat to cost of their ;
iaolub gave a Poverty work the different pearly $10.OOO\ to river young
on pictures ply our splendid hunt K.wter
appeared In ragged costumes, tat- on / ;
lie homes here. the coming tourist season. Mr. Hoke
red shoes and "slob like." A costume son found the ( !
; Is certainly the right man In the right
sucks of the novel- A. Goode-ever courteous and i
r fertilizer was one Capt. place in this work, and our northern Mm. M. L.
... A jolly good time was passed. obliging-is soon to wed. Congratulations. friends know It. short time ago for :

Mrs. Henry Phlpps and daughter, Miss Captain Goode has been, for the writes that she Is
past two seasons, In the employ of Fred that Her
Mrs.MPP8' city.
of Mrs. Schaffer,
m;, are guests ,
Yates and will that gentleman CURED
mother at their winter home one accompany are, however,
to Rochester to act as chasseur for "For ten years I had oUronlo bronchitisso ward to her return.
Lake shore. Mrs. and Miss Phlppswe
Yates for the bad at times I could not speak above
Harry season. l
and will :
from India
just returned Mr. and Mrs. i
a whisper, writes Mr. Joseph Coffman,
main In West Palm Beach a few weeks. The Buckeye Mr. Snlder's palatial ,
os Montmorencl, Ind. "I tried 1'1rome\ winter In our )
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. will\ hold house-boat, arrived at their dock from a dies available, but with no success. Fortunately prairie home In
lawn party in the City Park, Friday southern cruise last Saturday. On Mon. my employer suggested that J I pressed themselves
enlDg, the 17th. A large attendance day, Mr. and Mrs. T. A' Snider, accompanied try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its effect ed with our climate !
elicited. The ladles will\ serve iceearn by Dr. Geo. Purdy and little Miss was almost miraculous, and I am now so that they Intend
cake and other dainties, the Lake Edith, left for a week's: trip up the Indi cured of the disease.' On my recommendation Our
orth Band will furnish the music, and an River, as far as Rockledge. many people have used Foley's ing, has added ; /: ,

good time Is anticipated. Platt Conkling, a prominent businessman Honey and Tar, and always with satis making it look '
of New York and a resident of faction." For sale by Wilson &; Son:: his .
has been transfer- moving store
E. n, Rhodes, who !
dtoSt. Augustine, much to the regret Freeport, D. I., came up from Palm lot opposite the \
Bench a few days ago, to call on the free."I
thinks of moving "
hosts of friends, will occupy a good I
Jefferson's. Mr. Conkllng'a son, Dr. Eden.John .
anion In the F. E. C. Railway Corn- the object of :
ay, as he Is said to be one of the most Carman, was physician in Mr. Jefferson'sfamily He has an excellent |
when their
liable conductors In the! employ of the for several seasons, a* well as '
mpnoy. Success attend him. summer home was at Meriick L. I. Fort Miller made a business trip to treatment of .
Pierce on Tuehduy. worth your

The universal popularity of our State Pneumonia is robbed of Its terrors by Mrs. John Miller entertained the card An ,
Qiitur, E. N. Dimlck, Is confirmed by
It the club last Thursday evening.
and Tar.
II being appointed on Mix different coraittces Fuley's Honey slops school house last
In the present see.don of the leg- racking cough and beals' and strengthensthe Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merwin returned Funds to continue
aiuro}; awl all\ of them important coraittees. lungs. If taken In time it will pre from Kockledgo last Wednesday.Mrs. the school house
We well be proud of our vent an attack of pneumonia. Refuse large crowd did .
may substitutes bold by B. R. Wilson & Son. W. F. Richards took a party of cream and cake and
apuiu, as he Is known at
friends driving, to Fort Plerue, Monday, evening coveted :

Harry Pitcher, of Philadelphia, whoa Mrs. Dumond I'. Merwin arrived! Mon walk. Much of the .
been a guest of Henry 1'etltt and Stuart. day evening, to spend a few days with lug ,was due to
no. W. Bacon, of Pelican Lodge, for her son. airs Geo. Hall, I
eleattwo mouths, left for his home mont of the
iterday, much to the regret of the E Stjpmann:: returned from Miami on C. A. Robinson Las been at the Inlet slated by Mrs. Geo. ;
Joy friends he has made during his Sunday. Uncle Ernest reports a very flailing for Spanish mackerel, several James A. Groves. : .
.>; here. Mr. Pitcher Is a young man enjoyable time In the Magic City. times lately.Meadaones. needed addition to

rare attainments; as a pianist he Is an Shipments of tomatoes, beans, cucumbers Schuyler, Richards and I.e- and an :
iplratlon.Mr. pineapples and fish are going out Tourneau were visiting Tlbbals neighborslast est It ban met with.

and Mrs.( Guy Livingston and Mrs. daily, and the checks come In on every Monday the Hood affairs" of To man be
urlotte Brooks, mother of Mrs. LI vKstoo mall. Mrs. Hilda Rooks arrived last Thursday for a,Village- /: ,

have closed their home on the II. W. Bessey's three launches are kept evening for a visit of ten days with ;
wt aide, and left for their northernme and as her friends the l
busy hauling freight passengers on ridge.It We !
Chicago, 111. on Tuesday. There ID.r: cannot
the river life Is very active for this time I
sound Incredible but had turns that do not
rumors that the family will not rem may we
here another! year; If so, Mr. Living of the year. aUght Frost and a heavy Fries here noon on Thursdajs. /
af's genial face and courteous mannerIII Mr. and Mrs. Robert McPherson left, Saturday, with the I thermometer at tlOCl :

be /greatly missed in the ticket office Monday morning, for Seabreeze, to takea Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins, W. K. Hur-
the Royal I'oinclana Bon fqw weeks vacation before the shipping /
voyage. dee, Frank Fee, Cia"". S. Hubuyler, J. O. .
Tbe special train of Mr. Henry M. Flag- season begins.Capt. Fries and G. A. Frost spent part of Sat

', ells, and party of railroad official, Jew McNeil has the contract to urday in I this place. F. O. MaMullen:

awed, through here OQ Monday, 'northa paint the Stanley Hitching/ building. The The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. grove on Sunday.Miss "
"> as fast Is Hrst-class painter, and does
as steam could carry them, Captain a
G. the of charm-
James We.v was scene a L,gale
fellpunlle to a telegram from Baltimore, his work quickly and well.J. little home wedding last Wednesday
log Saturday
"fling of sen on :
r'a father critical \Illness of Mrs. Flag. C. Hancock and A. 1... Lane made a morning, the high contracting parties
> The party had made a trip business trip to Hobe /Sound, Monday being our popular merchant, Mr. Otis A number of
al tape' Sable, and Intended making. sev- In the launch Corporal. They report Curetoo and our lovely little "school ed a trip I to the
stops on their return, but for the the sound. Miss Beulah Hawortb who Is
d Dews things booming on ma'am, Mr. and Mrs. \
steadily the dear friend of Mrs. Frederick (J. Mo- .of Fort I'lerce,
A are going
petition has been presented to the Building preparations A. L. Lane has Mullen, of this place. Rev.. W. Weath- Mra. Orrell on /:
D avenbe.
f*& rd of Uenlth to out the on down The house
wipe erwax, officiated. was a verItable -
wed his building blocks set; Mrs. C. S. B. J. Jensen and F. |
on the East side and ( bower of bloom, flowers of every /: "
own BII the "::!tyx" as a menace llaney Is having her lot cleared description, palms, moss and fern In employed\ at Stuart:: ; !
ealtb and safety, and prays that this I grubbed; Isaac Craig Is hauling building luxurious abundance, arranged by the Jensen, were
cable body be solicited to ask the material; and O. W. Thomas expects a loving hands of the girl friends of tbe Mr. Larson has .

*Illalure now In season to give therd car of lumber this week. bride. The bride was attired In a very mill\ by freight; with .

'Dd Increased power In this direction, tasteful traveling costume.and looked out lumber for .
7 that' the whole State of Florida Lotus. as sweet and fresh as a rose. The cere blade measures 42
iL tbat your Honorable body aid in followed by a very dainty
'I y> auiaiinorallly." beautiful and They paper of the East
costly presents.
Beans are moving out freely, but markets many
left on the eleven o'clock train fora shot more district news .
Still\ are good.
Foley's Kidney Cure If taken< In time declining. wedding trip, and were escorted to the 11 paper In Florida.

'uws all kidney' and blad-l While the ADVOCATB circulates this : train by nearly the entire population of The Easter
r dl"ei"-t fold by Wilson A Son:: section largely, there are yet a few residents the place and were' deluged by showersof School were \
who have. not subscribed? for It. rice and slippers. The best wishes of rendered everyone / I, ;

Tomatoes will\ begin to move shortly. the entire community go with them and well. Tbe tichool- .
Viking. The bushes are loaded with bloom which, the hope that their future will\ be as decorated with ,
bright and cloudless an the day. such an .
If It holds good, will make large crop. palms to ; I
northern neighbor
Mr, Danel) left here, Toesday, for At- We have a good Sunday School officers here AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT 1 Unusually reason to be jealous : \ 'I' .
nta while the
Ga., after a visit of two or three and Is quite ; who a hacking cough and a general the year In tbelr
entbe at this plMOe. take especial pains to Instruct those feeling of weakness, often loading to fatal /South: friends, and

The AIVOC4Ta attend.Dr. results after the patient Is supposed mer.
: desirous of ob- launch
very the
fiug/ a few Capron has purchased to have paused the danger point. Foley'a1l0Dey
more ubcrlber at the A Great I
, of Georgian
kln A. B. Carter,
? postoffice. Send owned by and Tar Is guaranteed to cure the
on your names. and will\ use her for hauling pineapples 'grippe cough"and make yon strong and There was a big

TbeCandy slog party given 'last Thursday from his place on St. Lncle Klver. well. It never falls to stop a cough If Ind., when W. ll.

success teacher, Miss Martin, was Easter Sunday was a very pleasant taken In time. Take no substitutes. For who was expected: I

'nya guests prey and much enjoyed br: the. day here. The school-honse was decor- sale by B. R. Wilson: Son. saved by Dr. King' ,

4 nt. at d Inside with white miles, oleander Consumption. He I

Jolly party of Vlklnglte enjoyed a and palms. Two or three hours were For Sale. Insufferable
0 On and church New Discovery
the Sunday your
ocean beach on Easter Sun- spent there In ;
r -
minis relief and soon
There able
were thlrty-Mven In the sirvlce. Rev. }Ir. White an .
f. and l a pleasant day was spent. ter, who U well liked by all, preached an 34 miles south of Fort Pierce, a 14 plate cure."
excellent sermon. acre pineapple plantation, 4 acre bear- Ion, Pneumonia, :
'Gley' log, 2 acres 1 year old, 4 room house are numerous. It's
honey and Tar contain DO for kid- overlooking river. Some orange tree*. for all throat and
uy ail llandhwill DOt.oonstlpate like The surest and safest remedy!la Fole's W* Apply to, R. L. Goodwin SOo, and $1.00. : ; .
""""dleine... Reubsututes. and bladder bottles
III ? ney Wilson A Son. Tort Fierce, 1'Ia. stat.; Trial
Sold by Wilson Son. Del Cure. Sold bj B. B.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. APRIL 17. 1903. __-' ,_ -

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; :, p'tix, aJ
3 S + ,

| A Golden Rule When w. Will .lave Good III..rbIn w.ya

I of Agriculture: Ibis Country.A k''
will nave
period when roodinakern
I Be (good to your land and your crop reached the heavenly state nays the
I will be good. PlentyorPotash roads of New I
commissioner! of, public J llwt
Jersey will be when crushers! furnish

the stone hi uniform size, wbeu contractors ;
will leant to use the proper /7y C

material, when woruout dirt, red era oryr f a

in th.fertilizer spells quality P Bbule and stilt clny for binder are .

and quantity In the harlcj[ ( shunned an the righteous shun evil
vettt Write us and rr. 1 sand ferruginous -
ways'!, when only course ,
we will end mail you, hour k L1' p k gravel, molding sand and stone ,-- t I kCG
free, by winning ( scruonlngH". combined with stone are allowed -

money to enter the composition of the

book t roadbed. / LYMAN GYMNASIUM one of the .seven ROLLINS COLLEGE: bnildinKfl,' thirt,,
GORMAN KALI WORKS m.4:' When freeholders will establish a feet above. Lake Vlnjlnltno of n chain of mile Ions: lakes in high '
91 MMUU Slnet, flq P.nk
and )
for the care and repair -
fit* York. uniform system
freeholders Directors' G mn."llIrn., Best Florida Golf Links Fine Cyclln,
of the roads when Two Physical
I ) and BUllllo!:. .
r r will cease to each care or not care for I % SrQ

I the roads in their respective townships, ) COLLEGE School' of Elocution"iClIOOL,
ROLLINS.School ,
I so that when a roud runs through several Business School, Domestic and
freeholder covers
townships one Art Sohool, Industrial Ant
sand another his portion
with ,
I his portion and another does TEACHERS' COURSE BEGINS APRILS I, llot.! :!

1 A .I llri nothing with until gravel he gets through with hisfarm Twenty Professors and Instructors. Send for Catalogue and Booklet

S work thus. allowing it to ravel Tri-Wcokly Sailings WILLIAM F. BLA.CKMAN Ph. D., President
Yale 1803-1002.!'
Piofessor Sociology at )
and lume
of stones
: and loosen millions

Free and When freeholders will appoint a supervisor -

Accented. v'Il' ri, Mason.: for each county whose whole at Charleston, )
time by constant -inspection'! shall be is Found the Cheapest.
the Coastwise The Best
break in or. Service
devoted to watching very The Steamships in
der to remedy it as soon as it occurs

Indian No. 00 and not wait until a more convenient New England and Southern Lines.
The Clyde
business Is disposed
when personal
t River TltUSVllllLodge. \ ,I of. Direct Service Between UNITEDP.ineappl

1 and all Eastern Paints.Calling
rjrFlorid..*, For Constipation ami Iiullffcstlor Jacksonville, Boston, Providence .

Hold It* meeting the ",,,,,,,"1 and fourth Fri. ( at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
day of eanh month, ,a* their room Indian Ulvi Try a bottle of our world's laxative, Atcolets SAILINGS

!Hotel Tltu Mile, at 7 1:54): o'ol.iclt p. in. at all druggists. B. U.: Wilson & SEMIWEEKLY. .. .... from Lewis wharf Boston!
Southbound ...... .... ........ .. ... .
J. Carruthnra Wornhlpful, Mauler.. Son Agents for Tltusvllle or mailed to Northbound"..... ......."........... ..1. .. ...-... .....fromtotofCathertneStreetJackeonvtlllClyde
T. H. rtnr.dern.Senior Warden. address on receipt of loots In stamps. .. '
any -
S. W.Carroll, Junior Warden.J.
.M. IHxon, TraHiirer.F. AddBSD, The Arco Chemical Co., Jack
A. Morgan' : ,. hOU v lite. St. Johns River Line. e
:: : ::
H. f.:Brown,chaplain I ; ,
J. R. Walker, Senior /).l&Oon. (ItoHury Line.)
P. W. Kohtirti.. .'nnior l>euunn.. Thumb l\.ll Picture BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD.
F. M.Taylor Senior Steward.F.
,; A. Lonley, Junior Steward. In collections, centuries old to bo Stopping:at Palatka, Astor, St. Pranrln. BerenforeLandJ, intermediate land
M. 11:. English, Tyler. .seen In both China and Japan are ing"ou tile Ht..lohn'a' Klver.

-- --.-- -' .- .- specimens) of the most remarkabledl'U'IIII'8 STEAMER "CITY OF .JACK8ONVIL.I.K."

THE HOLLYHOCK. world pictures Foot Catherlne Str et,Jacksonville S: Leave
kinds drawn with the thumb null. The Leave Hanford OulO a. in. ....... .... ........ .............. Momlajn Wednesdays and[ KrldayiSouthbound.
KovorltVarMlu Grown nails of the thiiuibt ou the left hands 8CIIHOULJ3.< Northbound.Itsad
Tile Old Tlmo head up.

and ..............r Than Kvrr. or the aitluts of there ore allowed to Leave 800 flown.p. m. .. ....... .... .. ....JAfKSOVVILLK!: ... ......... .. ... ......Arrlve200 ani
grow to an enormous length, sometimes .. 845p.m..,... .... .. ..... .. ..... ...PAC.ATKA........., .. ... .......... ..Leave 8.1(0 p.mIt
Of all the old time garden favorites. 8.I O ... III... ... ..... ....... .. ...ASfOK ............ ......... ....... 2JO p.m
plants which are *o commonly love] to a foot or i'l. litpfii Inches and .. ..3U .. in ...... ...... .... ST.KKANria. ....... ... ...... ........ 1.t O'p.m the Best. A sk your Neighbor,
lire then pared down to a pen shaped ............ ...,,11ERhRFOlI1): rUaLAND) ..... ............... .. 12.00 n'n
that they are known to everybody ArriveB.30. m.... .... ...?...... .... .. .. HANK. RU .. ..................... ... .. .. 9.30 ".11I
j the point. 1)11>i>:nu/ this oddly constructed 10.00 a.m .. .. .. .. .... ..........KNTKIirHISE .. .... ....... ........ .. "lo.DOa.m
there la not one surpnsslng hollyhock In beautiful> blue
or sky
I pen
of In dignity and cfTeotlvenoss and Ink. the only kinds of hlk lined In these Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. We Make Them in all Colors.

1" (were It not ft.r the dread dlneaso which wnciuil. thumb null\ drawings, the artist F. IRONMONGER JB., A..t. Oen. Pan.Agt. 204 Went Bay St..J..k onvllle. Fla.
almoat annihilated the plant some tlilr. gracefully outlines bin work. THO9. D. HALEY, Local' Krt.Agt. Jackionville O. P. LOVKI.I! Aat. Supt.. Jacksonville. r
Foot Hoean .fackaonTille., Fla.
ty years ago Its appreciation would! OccuxlonuUy the bold touches from A. C. HAGRRTV JOHN.Oen'l L. HOWARD Kiut'n Pan Superintendent*. Agt New York CLYUK MILKK.:, dun. Frt. Attt., New. York.

surely never have waned. Luckily the tho studio of a master In this department THKO. O. KOKK General Manager.VM.; I* CLYDK CO.. General, Agent. For Tomatoes try
Park New York.
Cheaebrongb) Building 19 State St. Opposite Battery
of "high art" lire life size and
trouble U much less nowadays.
Titusville Fla.
C. II. WALTON. Agent, ,
sketched few of the .
II are by u sweeps
The) disease seems to have lost Hi ,
artists arm. Like other pictures and
virulence and once again the holly

hock can Into with comparative safety b( thumb sketches! null of pictures the orient are:, mounted these sacred and SE. ..:B<>..A. I> .UNITED D Vegetable Paper."

brought our gardens. rolled up Hive scrolls.Tourists :

American Gardening directs attention AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

as above to the quality of the One tiljl l will make you our customer.If .
Try Comfort.It .

Is what Its name Implies. If you your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers write to
are troubled with your bladder kidneys SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, :SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND

hennmtUm' or heart trouble, take Com- WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
I 1 4 ort. It Is pleasant to take and harmless.All TJIVIrriJET: > VlIPIETt.. CO.,

l { druftizlsts; flOcu a bottle. B. K. \VH- ,. Three Elegant Trains ally .

on A Son agents at Titusville. For SOUTHERN OFFICE, ATLANTA, HA.
further particulars. write your troubles; Seaboard New York Limited. :

to the Afco Chemical Co., Jacksonville,
: Fla. Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.

L'' u : Tli* Moutmomirr. Cherry. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. .IF YOU WANT A...

varieties The Seaboard New York Limited la ,a vestIbuled train composed excliiilvely
This Is one of thefavorite
: Pullman Equipment : Dining Compartment Drawing Room Sleepers and Observation
f : In tllhll'OIJUU'y. rerhnpti It l Is the most Cars operated solid Ht. Augustine and Jacksonville to Now York via Washington

popular of all the sour cherries, taking ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10 p. m. and Jacknonville at I::o p. m. Southbound .Building Lot

the whole country over. This very this train known aa the Seaboard Floitda Limited. ..
popularity and the wide range of territory ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.

over which the variety is planted '
naturally Introduced confusion In For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent : or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

the naming and In descriptions given Seaboard, or write : LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

by nurserymen. It Is hardly to be expected JacksonvilleFIorida.Atlantic PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN,
A. O. MAoDONELL Asht. Oen. Pass. Agt. | I PINEAPPLE
that all nurserymen will use the I
.. .. I
sane name even for the best known -- II I We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

. IXWIIMC JlOLL YHOCIt. variety. In this Instance we have the Settlers are Hocking in but atill there Is room. If you an

,1 favored modern hollyhock with tl1l&.tytwol1.Unct and says it has forms been names llnnlre Moiitmoreucy., Montmorcncy Montmorency Extraordinaire Or., Coast Line R'y. looking this way, drop a line to

of the siiine through the courtesy of Mrgo Montinorency, etc. Professor JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Pre-ident.
Powell, who has been giving very careful -
the owner of a delightful garden. I Ii
i study to the sour cherries says ILORIDA! E4ST COAST IVY
A. a fancy flower tho double varieties -
that In his opinion there f is only ollelontmOl"t'ncy The Great Through Car Line from Florida. FLA
are superior to tho single; they ST. AUGUSTINE.
are much more offectho and endure .: cherry, In this country 11'lol..i.ln.;'"""4 Pn.Jl1.0IlN: ".I. l.n.illfo l. .-
mud tlmt the undoubted variations __ _. __ H'
)longer. An average type of bloom Is
which urn; found due to the normal
<< are
shown In the uoi-oinpanjlng illustration "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL."

of one of the best kind of pinks. mtlir lmlplty: ( | !anch of mlvevHo the varietyhon conditions.grown*- Exhnn Between St. Augustine and l New' York. Leave St. Augustine11:10 a. m., Jack. RAILWAY.

There were many others! some of re- '.':iLike, sonville: 12:.">( |>. m., dally. except Sunday SOUTHERN
I, murknblo dark-almost black-similes,

. while others again ranged Into the purr "CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

t out white, clear yellows and vurlogutloiut Between St.'AtiffiiMlne and Chlcapo and St. Louis. Leave St. Augustine 8 a. m., Florida Effective January 14. 1'KM:
In Connection with East Coast Railway
of white buT( and claret red were
I' Jacksonville \U :05 a. m. These trains are the standard of perfection In passenger .
a also'seen.. SOfT COR service consisting of Pullman Ventlbuled Drawing-Koom, SleepIng \u.3t
No. 30) |INn. MXi| .. 341| HE1WEKX JACKSONVILLE' !ANO NEW' YORK I Ko. 2111| MLJ?
As a garden plant the hollyhock 1s Compartmen*, Dining and Observation Cars. :7nIl'rPVa :
19 .4)1a) LvJeekeouvilleYIa.SathernRellwsy.Ar///92Oa
It valuable for the height to whIch It 12 tA5p:l a ,:, ::101'fop 1.1: Mp I Lv lIavannab, ( '" ..Southern Itallwa1'.. ..Ar/ II loa 11110"1.. 3011111II
grows for It can be until effectively To the WEST VIA MONTGOMERY leave St. Augustine 6:10: p. m., Jacksonville a 123:1.: 11211 P Ar Charlotte: N C. .. Southern hallway ....Lv 11 100 P '-=-,

,1 lit .breaking the skyline It In not o>er- the running brook};, the 8 :KXj p. m, Day Coaches and Pullman Sleepers. 6 II I I II M a At t1.hmolld., Va .... Ronthern Its way Lv 11:1.lIo: .J 1_ .::: 11
U lilli' IU III a 7 11,51 Ar lveahington. O. l j..S.anhern: Rallwiy..Lv 10 n 31 I' 94: :
I fastidious \but will amply rojuiy for red blood that flows through "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED." 1131\1' 11 lea II 118 a I ArJi"tlmore.Md. ....J..nn..ylvanlaH.y. Lv lillO'' I12'JPIl sMa '
good feeding and abundant waterings 2 I.lp 11 1:1: a Ar I'lula".lphl... I'a ..PenneylvaulaWy..Lv 3 \ >
he veins has to from and New York. Leave St. 0:10 Jacksonville ,
a m.
during dry spoils, especially In the come Between Jacksonville Augustine S13.a ..lap 1..11' Ar..It.wVork .... Penn.yivanla .. Lv U: IJ"'R--:
somewhere.The 8:3.1: : a. m., carrying Day Coaches and I Pullman DrlolwlngRoomIecplng \oe.31Iota-"Theiknlthern: t7im L mltotl" ani excrtMnnJaveleaveed.ilrtx
early growing IItUgl'lII.I.'or and Dining Cars. Expreee.. Bally Care
e"I't Sundays :"o. M) and 34-"New York and Florida Uinlng
best results i>luut !should be put springs of red blood are "ATLANTIC COAST I.IXE EXPRESS: Between Jacksonville and New York. N.e'.29and3v'Wa.lltngunlandFlorida\ Limited.. Dally. _____ --'-.

out into well prepared deeply dug soli found in the soft core of the Leave St. Augustine t:10): pvm., Jacknonville b: ))5 p. m., carrying Day X..II I r"x"U' tweeiiJakmuivllleand the Nortliancl Went No. Ul snip.::
giving manure ut the time of planting. 11 20 T 4M1 I' I..v Juck.unville 'Ia ... S"thern Railway ... Ar a ::10 a
called the and Coached and Pullman :bleepers. 311II1' 311.1 a ArI.fllI.OI\, .... .. ... ..... ... Hout erDltallway. .. .Lv 11" A i OOP
Stet; them three feet apart and at about marrow FRANK C. ROY LSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Tray Paas. Agt. 6 1111'.I II 20.. Ar Atlanta. ..... .. ...... Southern n"lIway. .. .... .Lv 10 M.. I U k t
\ thin time of year. Plants mixed from red blood also JACKSOXVILLE FLA. P '9" a Ar Chattanc.Iga. Tonn ....... Southern ltallway .. .. .. ..I.v S 17 I r
. :oinc say comes M8: West Bay St., Astor Buildmc. 1f17"II 7 31 I' ArUnetm.t1Ohto.... ........ 'pteen&Crewent; ... ..... .Lv sari.tl3na JJit.
seed in will the
l 1 sown spring tlower :from the spleen. Healthy bone II. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.: W.' J. CRAIG, Uon'l. Pass. Agent. S31p; LvCincinnati I ... .,.... .. .. .. I'A--- -r 7II) II *j I'II' :'

R following suiuiuer. Once planted the WILMINGTON, N. C. 3111' 710. ArCIII""II.III.; ..... .. ... ..... .RIK Four........ .......... Lv I an.p., la1P_
I,' old stools will continue throwing ur.: :narrow and healthy spleen ... -1Ilf1'f I an: P Lv Chnlnust Ohio .. .. ........ Lln. ----\i 's 45. 1 1*
-- ------ i"00 .
flowering shoots as the root is perennial full of fat. _1I.allp T 31) a .r Chicago,111\ ... .. .... .. .. .. 1.ennsytvanta. Lines.:.. ..... Ar ems'
, ; stock of any particular varieties .re 3,9110 411aa J.v Cillcinnatl, Ohio........ .. -CHaD-Montt.-- ..... .. .. ..Ar 7 ...' 8 our we
Scott's Emulsion: makes new t sea -'y3 a ArhlolOJl.JII. ..... CH..1)-\'onon._ .... .... ..Lv 9W i I.-.,,-
be Incrvnsotl l> cuttings,
; may y_ al .P- 21 ---.p Lv..lnelnn..tI.Olllo.' ,.......... CH. nMlchljraoentr..IAr 1It.\ \ /"
! which root easily in [IOtL jloocl by feeding the bone a21)p 510aArToledo! 01110.. ., .,..,. .. CHal"-'IIloblllaa"eotr..1: LvII1.1/ 1S 1'3'\P V
t and the spleen with -.' _4_:nti1.T Ju__a Arl"'trolt.M.h... .. ..... C HS 1)-Mlchlgan Centtal v III- IJO ,P -*'
marrow ;:b a amt Lv ('ht cinnat Ohla ... .... ... .. -'ensvlvanlaLne.-- . .'-e S1) **
The Ditch Frail the richest of all fats the 1 lsaverltubindrnaonorill-health Itleavr.inltspath e4p_ _. .35aAr1'Italoorgl9. ..,. .. .. .. .'onll."lvanl. Line....... Ly 13 I.' ;
I When the leaves are off the berry pure 1 t more Pb""llka. r biiDlies. cut out all superfluous canes cod liver oil. eseeWHY: ? tIn l ,IlYbe csu nth Gr.t. indtddonquinine. S _00 p... a t a r v..n.I.Ohlo. ...... .... Big .ollr..... ....... .... ... U. 31! I't
i I and all tart' dlnensod or affected For school girls and of the malady line "e1 with T ::vl 5 31)p ) v tez:ingto/ .. ... .... .... Kou.heruHallway.... ...... Ai 10 4S ,: I I'r:!
, pale : orutatdeadly' mineral-calomejwurgud 1 o9aa SIS p Arlnds.tlleKy.... .. . .. SonthernRellway. .., .. .. ... Lv 743'u"
by borers and burn every stalk taken invalids and for all whose z: Don' Do II. It. Danlleroull. it Ian" at all 7 ;;l s Ar tit' 14,111.. .." ... ..... .. Southern Railway...... ... Lv I4)04e --
out When tbU In done, work the e aeeew.ary: tlllh"r. 118 pesltlraly guaruaWeRERBINE ::s) I' t"I.lnttlon.I5., .... ..., Smth.ntltalwr' y. ... _... .. .. rIO iS a.
ground: free from weeds or crass and blood is thin and pale Scott'sEmulsion ..': .in |. fif Lmrlavltlp. K1'. .. ....... .... l' .. .Lv 7'is
: give: of around .... i :. a UrChlrago., 111... _. ... Fennxylvanl Llnea...... .Lv 841 I .VI
; a 1t00011U1I1l'hlng manure
is and rich ,. '
a pleasant SIGI -"Chicago .and FlortilaJUx'. .. ;lG leavee 'u '
tie hills, to Increase the growth ofwood blood food. It not only feeds po." h. r1aL 11". all the..Ine..xfaMWne. t.b "_.n. au. .'Inlnl jean. >;op. 13 and 14-"The Florida Lhnited'du11'. DiningAo.5Nois.Re..Jax'villedkKan.l'Ity cirnNg.30 -___ ,'.-
and size; of fruit fur next a d., '. .0.1 I r.' .'f ,. :-;' 1.
'l aadr .
year.I d.adlr Thruuith Land of ..
... e" n. IIr | the Bay NO.JU, iif
.., ., .
eo. Iii. I.k."Q'.not i .. .......
i' the blood-making} organs but SOoperbottlo. All Dru..I n.eel.a_... 'J Gap' iIT2 eb?onvllle.I\c.Ry.- Ar 20, l lII ,T ana -7 4Ap:Lv JaikM>nvill. ..So. Ry ,Ar ;,,: ta4'
,.!.. "Mlh> Pla.tlag."I'lant them strength to do I ** 8 "- AocaArMacon, ..'So.Ry. .Lv : tla"
gives Ia1pArA.h.vllle.troR-.i.v 4nph( ,< .. ..So. Rv 11*'
In October" Is the advice of t/ 2Y.1Arlint ? .. riSjP": : :: ..'Ita;'. s'nssAtonh.! .."'.":Ky. .p'SwlOaAr ,
the soednmn on bulb planting but their; proper work. i ) .... OCp1'I... .. I I /I ", .
much planting Is done lu November bend fur tree ample. I 'I. T Kon..._ l"lt.FrllICfI tlgNoa. -
SCOTT A BOWNK, CJirmht; ., 13 and l(-"The Florida LImited." .
after the first light frost has left the .Dally. Dining(ran
I'c"rl........ z.cwYork.,
409-413 U. 1C. AVII.SON.V SOX.
ground free of autumn growths. jut. alit|i ou, all druggiata. II. F. CAItV, Dlst. Pass. Agt., 108 W. Bay St..Jnckllou\'I11t',



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 17 1903. 1 ..;; :t, t


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[Copyright, 19O:!. by C. B. Lewis THE OAKS HOTEL ASHEVILLE, N. C..

1 TITUSVILLE, When the conductor of the U. P. train \ OX OAR LINE.
FLORIDA came bad to the parlor cars and sail

that the train was stopped by n. snow- I
I $8.00 to I5.00: per weak 2.00 to *2.0; per day
drift twenty feet high and half a mile \
.1. O, BAST
ProprietoiLA long and that It might be throe day In ills! vest pocket for a troche. As be 80( Steam and Hot Water floated Room.

( i fore i we wore OUR out hoi's wen dropped It Into bis(; tuoutu he snld:

J'nUCK SHOOTING. considerable wearing among the male I "1 tell you the utory been line of the Select Tourist Putron.igo. Rooms open for engagement, 6
It I
morn lesson conveyed. There
passengers and weeping nnd ,
f _,;;1; and FISHING. lug among the women and children w ,irt.e thins/ than being snowed. up\ 13000k]lots. "'JII. L. McCOY,

: ..: -. ; 100.... Hate: $t .10 per day. Night came down with a wild wailing here.! I For 'Instance, we might/ bestrangled .___. -- .. __ __ u.. ... .. .. Proprietor- _.___ t1. !
,- -----. -t s In our beds M, <;IV An.
:-: < (l10 and 913 per week' of wind and everybody kicking and SHELTER ISLAND, OFF LONG ISLAXI: N Y {

_. ready for a quarrel and then the Chicago YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKIN '
--- --- ---------- ------------ -------------
.JACKSON VI 11.12.': drummer showed what kind of a When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill

-- --- .- ------ man be was. In a quiet, gentle way Tonlo because the formula Is plainly!
he drove the passengers Into the last' printed on every bottle showing that It Is Manhanset House and Cottages.
WINDSOR HOTEL . imgly Iron and Quinine In a tostolosfoVm. .
coach kissed all the children smiled
cure, No pay i oots.
ONVILLE'S FINEST at all the and bowed to the '
"Ladles and gentlemen, this Is a '
simple Incident of railroad travel In The Inti, From the Snm !Sonrcehp an Two and one-quarter hours from New York via Long. Inland R. R. Healthfully E

the winter. In a few hours we hall; < \onV>II Known HI nil. situated on Magnificent bay, nnili.! beautiful ncenoiy. 18-holo golf links.

be steaming ou our way again, and this So experienced a pomoloKlst/ as It. E. New York Yacht Club station. No malaria. No mosquitoes Pure water.
the Yen In Ultra]
detention will be remembered only asa Van Denian present Dry atmosphere Dilves and groves, boating, bathing, Hulling, dancing/ ,
New Yorker us one of the latest and
pleasant adventure. Three years ago l best of many varieties of sweet cherries beautiful music", hall, elootrlo lights, Otis elevators, suites with baths, etc.

business called me to Manitoba. It began originated by 8. Lewelllng, n devoted For terms and Illustrated pamphlet Rddl'l'IIR l ,

snowing one day, and In the experimenter: with'frllits In Oregon ROBERT MURRAY, Manager: Hotel Ponce do Loon, !St.: Augustine Fla. t

4 course of tbree hours our train had It Is from the same source as the -
come to a standstill: We were caught Blnur, which la now quite well distributed -

between stations twenty mils apart, and fast winning Its way into NHW YOltIC

I and within ten hours engine and cars popular favor. The cherry Is not /small! ,
as may be scon by the two sectional "
were burled out of sight. There was
views that show the edge and side of Hotel
only food enough for one meal, and by Marlborough .
the seed. In size the Yen may he .
next the fuel had given out. ,
noon day Ml
culled a large cherry. The shape U daYAX
There were more than a hundred of us,
Broadway, :With(\ and :171 h Streets, NK\V] YORK 1 I ti
and death by freezing' ; and starvation
400 Rooms. stared us in the face." 2 tonmx." Lliihtud entirely light
r' : duolod 011 AmOl'lcnullull Kuropoan': plans( and is managed under the persona)
"Seeuis! to me I heard of that Incident '
of the
_.r supervision owner
," said the redheaded man from E. S, CIIOWKLT, Manager.
--,-- -'-- '-'-' -'-- "
"Of course you did-of course, replied

the drummer, "as the details t I Hotel Yendome Broadway niul 41st Street::: ,

were published fur and wide. We ,;0\"
were in that drift for sixteen days. I !

have always felt !sorry for the ten little FIREPROOF .100 room, single and! en unite with private baths and toile

children, but under such circumstances rooms EUROPEAN PLAN Good rooms t1.I'IO); large rooms ti: ; !and with

what can you do? It is a case of the private bath $;J,Bit per day' and l upwanlH. The management (sunder the personal
Opposite postofSVe. Centrally locatetL-! Thoroughly repaIred and lenovated. -
attest. Yes the
survival of the supervision", of the owner FUANK ORUEN Managerliotel

children hud to go. There came a day _._ .. ... .. .
furnished --- --- ---- ----- -- ----- -- --"'- -- ---
Newly throughout. Libeially conducted, , when we had eaten the last of our

shoes and gloves, and we had to begin /
Rate $2.50' per day and,up. on the children." \ s / F'c>jL 1Y1. S LEJ_

,"You don't mean that you turned i '
----- -- -- ---
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor cannibal! exclaimed the mother of a i
--- 1 with- Seven an.d.lo
four-year-old boy. : \ .
"Ah, madam, when men are dying of
Acres of Land.7
have sentiment," re-
hunger they no
(ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. plied the drummer. "The last of the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. children bad disappeared when we -'- -, __'_._ -'
; '' 4 ,
were rescued. I am sorry, deeply THIS rriEiuiY. : pI
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and -
opened sorry, but I feel myself blameless. I cldedly conical], and each fruit bus a x

this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water had eaten my shoes, gloves, hat and tllxtlnct suture on one side only. Its i. I 1 l ,
the velvet .collar of my overcoat first. color Is dark purplish red outside, flesh
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All I had even tried to eat the plush cover I bl'lnl"treu\ k'd and flecked with light M

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.iiO per day. of the seats, but the stuff got tangledIn I red and It Is very firm. Mr Van De- } 7, 1i't
my teeth and wouldn't go down. I : maim this no cht'I'rylmown to him that i t, 1' M4 Lt

Mrs. A. WALKER, Proprietor. knew that,there were ten fat children Ix better able to endure long shipment

aboard, ranging In age from one to thnn this Moeius to ]m. The flavor U
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seven years, but I was not the first to very mild suluicli, ). but not so much HOus l lt
ST. AUGUST propose it. No, believe me, I was not.I properly' to lie oallril Mwei-t. To his ,, b
had Intended to keep right on and taste It Is excellent, liuvlng a very die .,4 a

starve to death, but the others were ll net l'III"'I't1n\01'. The "stone, U noue W, Vl # w wa4 *0 ,

fierce to live, and live they did. The too large for no image cheiry.
lotel St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. first child selected was a beautiful little 1

boy. Ah I remember"' Tourists Attention.While 'Irt t
The drummer wiped tours from his
Remodeled under new management Rooms en suite with private baths. eyes with his knuckles and was overcome visiting Florida, we aRk that you
could rlo not fall to buy a. bottle of Comfort
More sun exposure than auy hotel In St. Augustine: Located on the Plaza. for a moment. When he the wonderful kidney bladder and iheuniatlsm -

control his voice again, he said: sale nil druggists -
For by
M. B. MONTGOMERY Owner and Propr. remedy.
"I cannot go on. I refer,you to the U. U. Wilson A 1 Hon, agents at
>l 180 Iluestl House( S'rlLto1Sprinls./ : papers of that date for further particulars. Titusvllle.

I brought up the Incident for Its
--- --- moral effect alone. Always remember, llnln and Sun Proof Coup. 1 1ets'

SEAnn.BEZI. my friends, that no matter how bad I have a chicken coop which I think Located SARNO, three iiintrrt| of n mile south of EAU HALfJE. FLORIDA -

things are they might lie worse." suits me better than any other I have I on the RAil Gallic Itlver, less then half u mile from (tIle Indian River, and two>

]Most of us bad mentally set him tried before, says J. C. Becraft of Marshall and a half! mile from the Ocean. The property IH two hundred miles south of I

down as a bold faced liar, but forgave Mo., In a letter to Poultry Keeper Jacksonville, on the Kln'iliU. Ki:: ..t Cn.uit. Hallway with lie Railroad Station adjoining -

[he Clarendon Inn SEABREEZE, FLA. him on the ground that he was lying In the property. Buildings erected In ISIld( and some of them have never
Is made out of cheap 111111-
Interests when he cleared his This coop
died few month. after their completion.The .
been occupied, the original owner having/ a
throat and resumed: ber. TIll bottom is hinged at the back
hotel wan opened! for about two months prior to the owner's death, and
OPEN THROUGHOUT TUB YEAR. "I was In the Blank hotel in St.
Louis when that terrible conflagration has not been used ulnco. All the building were erected In the most substantial ,

Facing,: the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished! and under new management ,: broke out. As I am a Chicago man, manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel anti cottages are completely 1
be- and little of the furniture IIIK over been lined. There are two, >
and as there is a bitter Jealousy furnished, very
Best Northern Service: Special rates by the week and for the season.
tween the two cities I was stuck awayup artesian wells, twenty' (d...ferns connected, with sewer eto.
Clarendon Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona; Station. Address the Claren; on the ninth door In a small room. The proper ..l Mif olginalowher I .11|
don [Inn, Seabreeze, Florida.. E. I'OTTEI, Prop.C. It was midnight, and I was sleepinglike the above cm fairly rornfMnm the, prop"ity.
babe' when the smoke and flame
a ,
II. KNAPPE, Mgr. and confusion aroused me. Hastily For piirtlcnUio apply to oruldess, ,
I dashed out J/.KA: I'. IIA'rCH. II. L. GAUi.1 FN; \\ M. .\. WAHNOI'K' ,
---- -------- --------- throwing on my clothes. (Jui,<>tnk r mi prfiiilHiii. A It.', I"'Y fur O. lii-l., Agent" for Owner' ,
JENSISN.VL Into the hall. From a window at the Mil. II&CHAr'r's COOP. Eau l IiIlle, "'1'i."\', IhiifVilh', Kin. Jamaica, X. Y. I, C CIt

back end dangled a ropo-n single to the upppr part. At tile front I drive .. .
There Just time for one per --
rope. fasten the down soBB
two staples to coop
FRESCO HOTEL JEVSEX, FLA. .!son to slide down before the rope It van be moved about. The upper EAST COAST ADYOCATh PRINTING OFFICE
Center of Pineapple Bolt.Ica would be burned In twain and rendered part comes down over the floor all the
useless while there were forty women I
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.( Tl way so that you can put a null through
'and myself to be saved. In this emergency" -
The location Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near the staple. J
on -
in the front Is to keep the
the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and "You saved the forty women, of The shade .r-'r 1 Vfr
sun and rain out. These coops are very '
Telegrams attention.
reserving rooms will receive prompt course," Interrupted an old maid from
easy to clean.
JOHN :S.:: PARK, Owner and Proprietor. iowa.

-- "No ma'am; I am happy to say ISldn't. TO Ct'HK!:: A COLD HAT ?

." replied the drummer. "With .
WEST PALM BEACH ARV} UNE, L. I. their shrieks and screams ringing. In fake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet 1v e
refund tbe If It falls
All druggists money .I- ,
my ears. I caught tbe rope and descended to; cure. E. W. Grove's signature !Is on

HOTEL Columbia Hotel In safety and every one of each box :2':)cU.,
LaGRANGE LaGrange them perished."
"But that was worse than cowardlyn ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER ? If

Fronting Luke Worth. Direct Ocean Front and Park Avenue. your part. A man who would do you ore, get! one of Walton'III'atentCalklnj
hat"- Tools Invaluable to boat-
WE.>T PALM BEACH FLA. .VERNE BY THE SEA; L. I. "I acted for the best I assure you builders( and owners of bout Calks 'Ii' N ..

;ma'am. Those ladles were delegates boat more rapidly tllI'O'any other
Vow Open for Guests. Grand Opening on Decoration Day. to a Christian Endeavor convention. calking tool] ID the world.[ Price $/I.K( fY,
\Ira.\' that and **,00 each, at ADVOCATE oflice, ,' 1t'
meeting day. u
Ieo.> C. LaGrange Manager Mrs. Geo. C, Lagrange, Manager. They bad attended a Tltuivllle Fla. i ,
'They were ready to go. On the contrary ,. '
-- at tbat time a sinful man ..
-- ------ I was
KEY WIHT.: and needed at least two years to even ,4'' !3.r 3.
atop swearing. There bus never been r .
the slightest doubt In my mind where WORMS I

TIle Jefferson the forty went to, but If I hadn't
J FLA. .
KEY escaped by the rope my whereabouts -- -.--- --
to this day would be a subject of |Jto.t la Quantity. Jle.t la Quality. "
The moral leson wIIITI3r::
anxiety to my friends. ;. ,
JAS. P. V1NING Manager. I seek to convey Is that none of u. ;r-" ,

t0 v lr "owed on all Havana tickets via P. A: O. 8. S. Co. should ever stand In the way of somebody "- Cream Vermifuge !
else getting bold of a good thing.
Two or tbree of tbe men sold something -. FOR .0 TE. R"

I LAND CITY HOTEL, KEY WEST, FLORIDA.W. and three about or punching four of the some women one's looked head, Has KVtRY Led BOTTLE all WORM CUARANTCBO.Remedies. Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the 1

:upon the drummer as a monster. OthTS SOLD .Y ALL O U CCI STlt.
J. PALMER MANAGER. looked horrified and some tried to r..r.---....-.w- Hews of the East Coast every week.

Se*, 3.00 pee day, and It ,
Modern. Flrst-clas 'Bus meets all Steamers. Rates smile In a doubtful way was apause JAMES T. BALLARD. ST. LOUIS.v
sad painful a* the drummer bunted I
upwards_Commercial( Special.

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8i I EZ. S D &: ::e
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DRAIN- Robbins
d' : it AGE. j More Than Forty Million Dollars Available GROCERIES GRAIN FOOD
for .n Eiponltlim Buit Sot On (Incorporated.) ANDdHAYeaANDnALL! ;PRODUCTS

JEWELERS AND blLVKKSMITHS, Dollar for MuteU. PAID UP CAPITAL 2300000. We handle PRODUCE of NAPES ,.izn>!
From the Tlme ..Voioo.I the We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade ..; III, *'
41) Went llty Street Such Is the situation confronting This company owns; and all Orocerle. delivered :?? u"
letters the Grain at :
have noticed several on of Ht. Louis, when too late to era. Write U8 for prices on yom M I ?
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. subject of the drainage; of Lake Wash obtain the construction of anything of ft ZLA.. asr :ID s. E. L. BRADY & PRO. TITUSVll.i I n., "I.A I ,'

Block In this section of country. Ingtou Into the Indian river, by cuttinga permanent nature for the housing and
Largest canal connecting It with Elbow creek their expected visitors, that In the Indian III vet Country; On the St.
feedlnc of
Established In 18
Send fur J dUKcl'rptl catalogue. 1st at Eau very Uallie.correctly The states.Florida In a Agricultur recent article cis the Exposition down, are ofllclala appealing, from to the Oov.public-Fran- Lucle River; at New River.and on Bay S. W. CAEtBOLLDeater: ,

"- that about all drainage schemes In spirited capitalists of the city to do BIscayne. Prices to suit the times. In-
Florida have been failures. and points the situation.
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH ,lOUt that there are thousands of acres of something to alleviate In to Send for'Land List. FEED AND
.. To do what they can. response GROCERIES GRAIN FRUIT VEGETABLES '
valuable land ready for use without any the a few well-known gentlemen Offices at TituBvllle" and Miami, Fla. ,

Asso's drainage being necessary, at least only ot apf.el\l. have scoured a Kite Immediately Crockery, Glass and TinwareTITUSVILLK Your Patronage s.holted

Brewing superficial work (.small ditches). adjacent to the. Fair Grounds, and FLORIDA.

This soema certainly true for attemptingto and I can. have organized a company for the purpose East Coast Meat Market _. _. .._ -_.._.._r ------ -----.--.-
Famuli St. Louts. Keg and Hot not HOC any good reason of erecting and equipping an hotel -- -

tlnd lluer. drain and build up one area In and the to accommodate all those Intending to < INDIAN RIVER ICE FA CTOIIY
State at the expense of another; visit the.ExpOHltlon and who desire to G., F. DUREN Agent. .
!Bold by Meaim. F.A. LuMley am this would surely bo the cane In the In advance.
secure their quarters 151::
It. L, 'oUow.TltIlRYIII.,Kla.By event of a canal being cut to drain Lake All those to whom tbls appeals can be eta: 0c TITUSVILLE, FLA.

,.. I Mr. II. f.. Motlow Coooa, Fla Washington. Into this, our beautiful positively assured of reservations' being p O -. I* prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked: or loose. Special attentl
healthful Indian river. At time when made for them In such an hotel for the f=a.. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
destined ;:
JOSEPH ZAPF] such a canal would be doing Its "bank extremely low rate of two dollars per c:> T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
river would be already +. a G,
work our day for board and lodging; for as many Nrc ;: .
of high water then ------------- -
fi full, and at a stage desire to remain. The only = ----- ---- -
Sole Agent. menacing our low hammock with the lands.waters The of days condition as being; that they so Dignify sg-;: A : -rrT"C'S"V'Xx.x.JJ: LI'VI3RY: :: S"r" .A.nx,1i1:

rise that must come their intention at once and as a guarantee ; 0

4 610 to MO: West Bay StreeJACKSONVILLE ,, Lake Washington turned In upon valuable us at to the Company that they will come,
such time would destroy. many the Cook Hotel & Excursion., baR eo
low ham- Bend to -. FEED!: AND SALE SADDLE HORSES
on our ,
FLA. beating orange groves of St.:! Louis, the sum of two dollars who b av-
would duter
mock lands along the river; forward receipt of .. '
a -
will Immediately w' BUGGIES
the use of such additional lands that we lCA C= .
membership card. This card, upon presentation -
Xt. x... MOTLOWI have, and that now need only a little at the hotel any time during the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.If BAGGAGE P SrRRETS
to make them the fluent orange ,
I ditching
I II' Fair period, upon one wook's notice I'I'
I lunds and would ruin the
producing ,
will entitle members to accommodations and
whole of the Narrows-vegetable i
mentioned, and be credited to i heir account ?
Fruit growing section-not 10 speak of as BO much ,cash paid on total bill. ULIN G. ETC. = ..all kinds.
the thousands of dollars of damage to Thin two dollars: advance payment Is i inquired ilsl; lo ,1IaLm ,
the whole river !
river front property along .
of Insuring
for the
and the Inundating and washing out wholly purpose at this low rate J. M. OSBAN ,& BRO

of our couutry. road) (just being put Into sufficient the patronage expenditure of so largean '.. TITUSVILLE, -Back of Grand View hotel.i FLORIDA
line shape with marl, rook and shell), at to warrant for ; ..", ,
amount as necessary ,'o. t# ': '--
several pultun just north of hero. ,. 'h's

Now, an I understand it, thin drainage: as must and bu equipment'ap", ient of to buildings all. will,be which a total ..........:'It',,,,Qr. f..:.:... t......

scheme In being donu by either aa IndiIfluitl ofmaking loss at cloHo of Exposition, or nearly i iso w } rnr Seeds For Summer Crops

1 or a company for the purpose .........1- ./ '
and ..culling laud now submerged, .. .
The hotel will be but two stories high, s. itsva w. ti
and alHu for the purpose (posslbl)) of < -- 'j
and practically the proof, located on the -- -
getting at cypress timber and fetching i it highest and most delightful; Kite In the Millets Sorghums Boji Beans Velvet Beans Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte (bane 4

scheme(uoHslbl)U) not to Eau in the Uallie Interest for milling.of the State The city, and being I In tho''Immediate vicinity, ------- ,--- Beggarweedclean.
will be saved tho
of tho its patrons
rrr 01 boom the people of the at scarcity large; f It of l Is land not devised to give ordeal of gutting to and. from the Fair by' CC2I.T::
taxed ftuj
Fine Liquors, Wines Beers, new" settlers room. Ir. Is an Individual other the already ovr- companies.The street. oar Whtpp", Clays, Wonderful: Black Unknown, Ladyflngerti.;

Ales, Stout, Etc.B2r en'eiprUe for profit and will work great transportation hotel will be conducted by Mr. Your House Goes up in Smoke Clean Bright Block; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 3*>o ;per qt., Postpaid; IU l
and ruin
harm to many on our as of peck; $425: bushel.
-Seod orders? of now valuable Chas M. Hill formerly manager Insecticides Garden "i>.).Fertilizers..
me your have sulci many sores Midland Hotel Poultry Supplies Stock Food \
this scheme, Grand Hotel. Cincinnati I ; and you loose everything
.TITUS VI LLE'and COCOA FLORIDA. permitted Why hou at such d coat drainage to u..? Kansas City, and Windsor Hotel, Denver It Is your own fault L. CAMERON The Seed Store,

Another .point is the danger from all leading hotels attention, thus and insuring comfort its Xn.a-uraXLOO. 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA

k Jaa II. Mauneal, ,1'1"... JIM. E.Tute,V. ITessMF malaria arising with the volume afresh patrons every. sufllolent to cover the value of the property -
water and. such fresh waterpouring possible.Mo will and household effects should be car
into this river. Another point further advances or payments the ried. }tale are not high.; The oompanel
until arrival at
> Is the danger we would have of startIng hotel be asked and or should required any be unable to come we represent are solvent, reliable and lib- Special Attention !

the growth of grass In our river, because of sickness or other unavoidable' eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
as was had some years back, priorto Don't neglect; to take out a policy.SCIIUYLER .
tii3m\ :\ ol. the liaulover canalat causes. their receipts or memberships
the opening new may be transferred by giving notice, aa & 3KANN1NG,
the head of our river connecting with GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
./f'L'i ,e salt water. only those holding such receipt will be TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

( ,' brackish I have soen'thl water.ttr4ll.ltrowlng fresh water,in or our rather river rates entitled the privileges It must of be the apparentto hotel at Correspondence Invited.! Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glassware!

\1\Un11NXj all that the memberships will soon be
e \ where the water was six feet deep worth premium, and all are therefore Dig Tract of Land for Sale. Harness and Stoves.
\ ; and so thick at to make the use of launches Clubs of ,
This would later advised to act quickly. twentyor

\I break Impossible.lours from bottom grass and drift In on more will, be allowed discount often I offer for sale the Thomas Fitch JDtVOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly!

-.....;=;.,,;t' .... our shores CHUBnit! us to have offensiveodors per cent. on their entire bill. Grant, in Voluela county, Fla., near,Or-
ift1. with and address
I 't., .f'alvltl.t1p. dining the time It was rotting Make remittances, name mood, on the Halifax River, designated
4h all
of each arson and addles Son.
ArIJ1'S .v We have no such grass In the river | to on the map of public surveys an bee. 42, Jas. Pritchard cfcc

T now, but we would return to these b,. oouimublcatlons HOTEL, EXCURSION Township 13 S., Range :82 Kas con
with this affliction of the water, TILE COOK talnlng 5U7! acres IndIeO.: a' Township
> -
times ; ;
The bud,olinapniit} .".I..o.t. tiimbla for routeo gone CO. 12JO; Holland Building SI. LouisWe Postoffice Box 212,
/ all klmlt., lirillorii,ninoliHHtiiuk. bridges" Ironwork grasses If this flow hum Lake Washington of the 14 :0.., Mange 32: East, containing
1 etc. Anyonncan niulvlt| One, tmat suf.ItiilBUt. Is let In. Another point, and one of refer wlilt pleasure to any :WU.VHO!:!:.I acres, and together embracing
Hiiiulv-mixed' fnrus. Fire anil water Exposition otflcUU or to banks And leadIng Titusville" FJ.orid.a.:
vast importance to the city of Juokaon- 200:18(1; :! ( acres. This tract of land U an ,
proof At 'I|'a Iraki U..cI..1I 0tI.l"State for business men throughout; the couu-
pant flftfltm' yuan Nuiiil fur filrniilnm. Price in yule, I le the matter of depth of the St. old Spanish grant; which was cultivatedIn
barrel*.Ml;gents, |ie> im'ton' ,:i h il f l:arr,la.50 lit* ; JuhuR bar. No one oau quenllon the tr)', whose names will bn given upon cotton and sugar; before the Indianwar
tell anllIvII'Il.lIolIl'klf.| lluumt... Mend. orilerato the application.TO and has since been
of 1833
statement that the more water, great unoccu
Fliirtiln' Iliinlwikra Uo.. Ji tIIvlll"l||| Knight
I .fe 1V.111)0) Tnni| 'itt Kminorlv: It rilwnia| <)<>., er volume flowing outward. even but at pied. It has a frontage of four miles The Buffalo Gasoline Motor
5 ,' ralatke1MnI..rl \Vlnrknv 'alt; ; (n..<>. II. ".r- oerta n pel lods of the ;year the better PROTECT T.HE BIRDS.t1C1leS'I.IAN. ,lacing; east, on the went side of Halifax.
naldtlanlurdl..4Vi'v.v/stten.'ouuah'Iu| / the opportunity for sonirlng out the River, and within a mile or BO of Il be At-

channel. If there Is only an e'll1allll and lantic ocean; open to the invigoratingsea
14 11)0) :).
outflow debits will be brought In with Fl.A April breezes which form BO Impoitanta Not the Cheapest.

the tide and deposited just as readily Editor East Coast ..Atlourate feature of health in this ollm"te."rbe

Boarding. with the out-How of the tide. Dear Sir-Will you kindly give spaceto Halifax River Is here a half mile wide the Best
But if we have the accentuated forceof the following for the information of and the bluff along the margin of the But

a volume of water pressing out to sea, your readers ? Yours truly, river is sufficiently elevated to always insure -
In Wext Palm Beach. the outgoing title will rush with such P. KMOKOEL.: a dry soil fur residences and culti Four Cylinders.

Desirable people. who wish a pleasant force, especially; between the fine jetties Pelican Island K>nervation.-Under itn vation. An open pine forest of second Shifting Spark.
at the !St.: Johns bar, aa to most surely President March growth pine cover nearly all the north.
the on
plaoo to atop at while In West Palm order signed by
scour a channel to full depth desired and has been ern portion of the tract, and a consider
Ueach will find MINARET COT TAGE give to our metropolis, Jacksonville, all 14th, 1003 as ,a Pelican breeding Island ground for native reserved able body of hammock on the southerly t w Free from Noise

on Olive stl'eet. between Everola and the water she needs. birds under the charge of the Department poitlon. On the west side of the tract
A correct method for draining flows the Tomoka River a deep beauti- Vibration.!
Fern, just such a place Nice, clean more of Agriculture.No and
Lake Washington will\ be to out a canal will be allowed on the ful stream, a favorite resort of the
roome furnUhed comfortable I shooting
; Into Lake Winder thence to Lake Poln- and will fishermen and picnic parties from
island or In the vicinity, no one
beds; good wholesome food ; VEUY I sott and then do a little cutting at certain be allowed to land on the Island without the Ormond and Daytona Hotels navigable Geo. R. Wallace West Palm Beach.

moderate prices, aro the rocommendatlous. points between Lake Polnsett and from the Department, or from for every description of vessels Agt.
a permit
f Lake and the drainage of Lake and a safe anchorage. Foi winter homes
Only a limited number of room. i Monroe the Warder P. Kroegel of Mebasllan.
Washington will be effected and the kill the birds or to these land possess very great advantages "'
ers can be aocommoitat id. Table board I It Is unlawful to
whole volume of water allowed to flow birds from the 1. ; ; high healthy and accessible
take or eggs
n specialty.MKS.. by your city and to the sea, and Insure land young the same being punishable by tine lying in the region of orange groves and 1 'THB EAST COAST or FLORIDA

I FRANK DAULIN'O, the depth on the bar that is being sought and ,Imprl." semi-tropical fruit. The vicinity of u PARADISE REGAINED." -

Went Palm Beach, Fla. and will surely come, with this water The publlo Is eainently requested to I the Hotels at the favorite bullet. resortsof .
and l the completion of the fettles. with the Warder In preserving Ormond and Daytona will furnish a ,11 \
We are told that only the surplus water these birds, IM they are one of the 'refined society. The East Coast Railway -

E. Ycscy Hull "f Lake Washington will be let Into great attractions of Indian Kiver. leading from Jacksonville and St. 1 FLORIDA EAST .COAST RAILWAY.
our river. Will some one kindly explain Jly order of Augustine to Palm Beach and Miami ,

how this canal can be controlled, JAMBS WII.NON, passes through the southern portion of
how the lush of water through It and the tract which embraces beautiful
Boatbuilder > Hecty. of Agriculture. a TINE CARD No. 41. EFFECTIVE APRIL 2, 1903.
the consequent cutting of the canal hammock growth! suitable for orange 'LFor I
banka can be prevented To what depth growing. Enquire of, -.
will his i canal scour out, and what volume Dr. O. G.of Green Green's, of Woodburr Flower, N.and J. JOHN AjfDEKHOH, Agt., 70.!Bally ool Nu.Dolly 29 I 8TATIONS. I 11'10. )f.i 1,, yo silt!!".

OEOROIAXA FL.\, vf water will It let In upon uk? It proprietor IloHchee'a German Syrup August, whose advertisement tf Ormond Fla. Glio) p 9 >iiI alLv ...... .... .. ... ...... Jack..nvlll.. .: ...?......Ar 716II l ::
appears that the area from which water e 1111) 10 60 Lv.... .... ........... .....Sr. Augnsnae..v.. ................". Ar 600a 8 f
I I build a Ipeclallauoch) hull 20 feet by will be drawn approximates 1,000,000acres. recently appeared In this paper a hip I 14p L'... ,.. .. .... .: .. .......... "' .......... .. ......... ....... 32a 1M!
.' 5 feet6 Inches beam steam bent white oak regularly; will Bend to any one malting a Application For Tax Deed. 908p 121pl.'.. ........ ..... .....i..U..ytona... ............. ...........Ar 31 IT a 3 6P
frame from a bottle of August Floweror 9411p 1ICNlpIL.......... ............. ...NewSmyrna ............... .. .. ..Ar 1I.jI\a 3l
cypress planking, copper fastened With high water In our river and this wrapper In lid P 11 lid .... .. ..... .... .... ..... .....Tituavllle,..........,..............Ar I 3-1 a 'I"t I
pine decks, bent combing'! lookers under va.t area surohraged. with water Is h German Syrup and a two-cent stamp Under 8 o.8, Chap; !\Wg, Laws of Fla. 1:123a: ... ........... .... ....... .J\loIIKmrne.. .. .. ..... .. ..Ar 19: rem nw I : r
all seats. Innlde flnlsliml varnish claimed by that we would not to pay postage, one of his new German I3HERBHY OIVEN; THAT ALBERT 4 W a T 46 Pi' ...;:.. ... .. ..... ... ....W.Palm eacb......., .............. Ar 641 P ?S'
for .12 Complete with a H. I'. engine ) suffer an Immense anyone rise of the water In Syrup! and August Flower Puzzles, made NOTtCR 1 I ."", purchaser of lax CertiHuata TOO. 9 M .... .. .... ....,.. ........ ....Miami...... ... ...........Ar p .. -

all ready to run. Price $:.1 h:3. Indian river, and that the effect wouldbe of wood and glass. It amuses and I er- flap ban NO.flied 434,"aid dated cirtlttcaM th.. 2ml il.y my of July.once A.aDd U. 'schedules of Peninsular A Occidental Steamships ask any agent of F E, R'"'

Other size. built to order.Hodgson disastrous In the scouring out of this plexes young and old. Although very baa mate application for tax deed tales,. la aa-
canal, giving It a depth and flow that difficult, It can be mastered. Mention ciirilanco with law. Bald certlltoat embraces J. D. RAIINER Asst. Gen Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTISE. _
j the' following dfwnrlbeil iltiiatoil
the ADVOCATK.Draylng propaitv In
would make an end that no one oau fore Hrevanl: County,Florid*,to-wlt i Lot 3..uhd.of::
Bros. tell. In the matter of damage and danger rote 5.4.5. Section 19, Township: 1EI don'b. ofHang
t to valuable Interests already established .:*'M East. The laid land Iwinir aiwmMil at
Draylnll. the date of the laananre of luchoertlfloat la the E.
'' EAU (1ALLIE INDIAN RIVER FI.A. here I'Wlt.h name of Mra. Laura Ha I (Katat) Union laidrcnlfloat JOHNSON
careful Investigation by the or hauling:. fit all! Inds promptly shall be rweiiiml! according to law .
Marine War Department I feel sure that the attended to. Moots all train Stove us deed will tun thereon on the luth day or
Railway. .
Mv A. D.leyxWit /
present Injunction secured by the Hoard wood supplied. ( ,,;,.. my:official alienator and seal this the
I General Merchants and Ship: Chandlers. )Trade of your city will be made per R. R. PTLKS, Titiuvllle. Itfth clay. of April.A. I). tiNM.CCt. Groceries and Fresh Meats
ur manent. Ct, Snail A. A. RTBW: ART, vfx
" -Special Facilities. The Clyde Line will also fight this Clerk Circuit Court of Bravanl County Florida. ."r .

\1 For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing drainage sheme, and It Is certain that the For Sale. of all kinds.

Yachts and Launches. Times-Union should lend Its powerful TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. )
aid In thwarting this scheme which 4 bearing black
' acres pines, one acre
\\10' Mantlou. the .ADVOCATE wbou writing; means so much to Jacksonville. rlcb soil for trucking, almost frost proof, The following are the times of arrival Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

Down here we will do our full share to 5 room house fronting on river beautiful and departure of passenger trains to and
', ; Land For Sale. the best of our ability In preventing this view located 3 mile south of Fort from Tltusville Mall Order Receive Prom;>f Attention.Taber's .
anal being out out but we must rely Pierce on shell road. Packing house I OCTBBOCTHD.Lar -
174' acre flrst-clan pineapple land, largely upon your Board of Trade the and platform stop. Price :MOOO.OO; with 000<:>.4.. :JiwX.A-

t desirable fr.u on St. Lnola river at a Clydea; and the Tlmts-Unlon. crop estimated 801) crates. Apply to, ..Tttnsvlll for Miami and 1 I ?611;=99 p P inintermediate m --. --=
tt4 bargain. For reasonable term write, E. P. PORCHKR. R. I.. Goodwin Fort Pierce, Fla. points | 1008; p mNo1T.DOCNn.
W. W. LUCK, Cocoa Indian River Fla. .

,I Tlbbala, Fla. I home for Sale.A Lea TltuaTllt for Jacksonville 1 1'JJ "> Trees
. Tliouirlitfill Man. and tnt rm..uat point at} 3W:; P m
t. Cheap, at this office. M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., nice little winter home for sale; 11 TinnTtll for Sanford > 1:OB a.m Have an enviable reputation for being well grown thrifty and true t-> narnftto
I knew what to do In the hour of need. acres, small, 3-room cottage 200 orange Arrive TltiuTlU* from Sanford 1:13 Terj important consideration to the planter. Among oar thousands of .

Ills wife had such an unusual case of and grapefruit trees, l.V bearing; 9,0110 customer the United State Government, for whom we are growing s1!:t,
Itr: Filter tube are now for sale at stomach and liver trouble, physicianscould good cypress shed; I OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-, Orchard on Nurrery both In nursery and orchard. Oar twenty year '***%#

this office price 3Jets; postage extra. not help her. lie thought of and Japan persimmon, mangoes, guavas ton' Rapid Calking Tool. now In use and experience I III at your service: Fruit tree. Shade trees
tried I>r. King's New Life Pills and she and other fruit. Good water protection. by boat: owners In the United State and Ornamental. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.

CJT" Reading notice ads. on this page got relief at one and was finally cured. Andreua Box 0, Price $4.00 and $8.00 each at the ADVOCATE ULEY T MARY PROPRIETOR

are live cents per line per week. I Only 23c, at all drug stores. Georgians, Fla office, Tltusville, Fla. 01st Saint Sal URSERIES. G. L. _TABER, r.

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